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Local barbershop 'a cut above the rest' since 1946

Nestled at 110 South 20th Avenue, Hollywood, Florida, between the alleyway and Morningstar Jewelers, sits a cozy little barbershop called Downtown Cuts. Established in 1946...

Meet Angela Feyeux, the eyes behind the 'Humans of Hollywood' photography project

Angela Feyeux is a vibrant citizen of Hollywood and the vivacious, gutsy founder of Humans of Hollywood, Florida. "When I moved to Hollywood in June of 2013, I...

Don Cotton's story of transformation and hope continues to guide those experiencing homelessness

Don Cotton had hit rock bottom. He was homeless, on drugs, out of jail, and in prison. Most people would have given up, decided...

Hollywood Election 2016 update; qualifying period runs from June 6-24

As November draws nearer, the people of Hollywood find themselves faced not only with a presidential election, but with local elections as well. The vote...

Downtown Hollywood artist community offers studio space, art classes and exhibitions

L.Mercado Studios, a working artist community in Downtown Hollywood, has burst onto the arts scene with a full house of Artists in Residence, an...

Hollywood offers free field trips to seniors over 60

Thanks to the Elder Grant, seniors over the age of 60 can enjoy enrichment classes, cultural trips, fitness programs and recreational activities, all while...

Bollywood star and global human rights activist to be honored in Hollywood May 13

Bollywood star and global human rights activist Celina Jaitly will receive the Harvey Milk Foundation’s Lilla Watson Global Champion Medal at the second annual...

Hollywood native Robert Giacin takes us on a journey through Hollywood's history

Robert Giacin was born in Doctors Hospital (now Kindred Hospital, just south of Young Circle on Van Buren Street) by Dr. Elbert McClaury. “Mom...