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HOLLYWOOD HISTORY : WHO WAS HERB TULK?

Forgotten Hollywood Resident Owner of Historic Destroyed Home Unheralded Supporter of the Arts in Hollywood Like so many of my stories for the Hollywood Gazette, I start...

Broward Celebrates Black History Month With Dozens of Free Cultural Events

Throughout the month of February, Broward County agencies will celebrate the rich history and contributions of African-Americans. The 2019 theme, “Black Migrations” is the focus of...

Who Owns Sailor’s Point and Other Questions Answered About North and South Lakes

There’s a beautiful little spot on a corner jutting into North Lake in the Lakes area of Hollywood and everyone calls it Sailor’s Point....

History of T.Y. Park: Hollywood’s Gathering Place for Half a Century

PHOTOS COURTESY OF HOLLYWOOD HISTORICAL SOCIETY Over a half-century ago, on the north side of Sheridan Street just west of the I-95 highway -- which...

Hollywood Historical Society Pop-Up Museum Installation Set for Jan. 19

“I don’t think any other South Florida city has as much old advertising material as Hollywood,” said Clive Taylor, self-styled Hollywood historian, collector of...

Private Property, Keep Out: The Phantom Property Owners of Hollywood’s West Lake Park

Hollywood is fortunate to be the home of West Lake Park, which occupies a three-mile strip immediately west of the Intracoastal Waterway, and is home to...

Hollywood History: The Rise and Fall and Rise Again of the Downtown Hollywood Art Scene

Between the opening of the ArtsPark at Young Circle, the Downtown Hollywood Mural Project and the current Intersection/Crosswalk Art Project, Hollywood has worked hard...

The Fascinating Tale of Hollywood Bread Founder Eleanor Hansberry, Hollywood’s Own Mid-Century Glamour Queen

This article was originally was supposed to be about the Hollywood Bread Building on Federal Highway just south of Young Circle, about to be...