Celebrate 15th Annual Groundhog Day On Hollywood Beach Saturday February 2!

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It must be time for the 15th Annual Groundhog Day on Hollywood Beach, a time-honored tradition celebrating hope for a warmer tomorrow – or at least a significant warm-up by noon. The event will take place on Saturday, February 2nd, 2019 from 6:30-8:00 a.m. at Ocean Alley Restaurant and Beach Bar, located at 900 N. Broadwalk (at A1A & Indiana Street) on the world-famous Hollywood Beach Broadwalk. The legendary Groundhog Swim will be at 7:30 a.m. A $12 donation includes breakfast and a free souvenir T-shirt for swimmers. Shirts are available for non-swimmers at an additi...
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Dream Car Classic Car Show

Dream Car Classic Car Show December 2nd from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm Downtown Hollywood The Downtown Hollywood Dream Car Classic Car Show features dozens of classic cars, trucks and other vehicles of interest. Attendance is FREE. Vehicle registration is $20. To pre-register for the Dream Car Classic, visit CobraJoeProductions.com. Vehicles also will be registered the morning of the show as space permits. Participation limited to 85 vehicles. Awards for the Top 30 vehicles and the People’s Choice Award. Information: 954-825-1027 or CobraJoeProductions.com  
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63rd Annual Hollywood Beach Candy Cane Parade

Welcome to the 63rd annual Hollywood Beach Candy Cane Parade. The parade is scheduled to roll down the Hollywood Beach Broadwalk on Saturday, December 8, 2018 at 7pm. The Candy Cane Parade on Hollywood Beach is one of the longest running holiday parades in the country. It started back in the mid-1950’s by a group of Hollywood merchants as a way to draw patrons to their shops and businesses. Today it features dozens of lighted floats and vehicles along the parade route entertaining the thousands of spectators who line the Broadwalk. The parade begins at 7:00 p.m. on the Hollywood Be...
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Waterfront Publix coming to Hollywood?

Publix, where shopping is a pleasure for boaters? Mayor teases a waterfront market By Howard Cohen hcohen@miamiherald.com November 17, 2018 10:30 AM Updated November 18, 2018 03:01 PM The only surprising thing about having a Publix supermarket on the water in South Florida, with a boat dock and outdoor cafe tables, is why didn’t they think of it sooner? According to Hollywood Mayor Josh Levy, this scenario may be reality within two years. Levy posted on his Facebook page on Thursday that the Florida grocery giant proposes to build a new store on the Intracoastal si...
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Street lights along State Road A1A are not working.

The electrical service to the City street lights along State Road A1A, between Balboa Street and Evans Street (approximately 9 blocks) are not working as of yesterday.   Evidently, the FPL transformer that feeds the A1A street lighting was inadvertently removed as part of an FPL project along State Road A1A.  Additionally, all associated wiring from the transformer to the City street lights was also removed.  Because there is no overhead feed or transformer, there is no electrical service to the City-owned street lights between Balboa Street and Evans Street along State Road A1A. ...
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