HOLLYWOOD — Before Maroon 5, before Sting, and before Billy Joel, there were two Seminole brother music acts which christened the new 7,000-seat Hard Rock Live in Hollywood. Seminole brothers and musicians Doc Battiest and Spencer Battiest became the first performers to play at the new Hard Rock Live on Oct.
The pools at the Rock Spa & Salon, described by Hard Rock as a 42,000 square foot oasis. (Photo Beverly Bidney) The promenade of boutique storefronts. (Photo Beverly Bidney) The Oculus bar, centrally located in the hotel lobby, features an open layout where guests have prime sightlines to the resort’s showpiece attraction.
HOLLYWOOD — As a small gesture of appreciation, representatives from the Nova Southeastern University women’s basketball staff gave Hollywood Councilman Chris Osceola an NSU pullover and hat on Sept. 26 in his office at Tribal Headquarters. During the visit, the possibility was discussed to name the team’s Nov. 18 home
In preparation for the fall festival and Halloween, the Hollywood Senior Center hosted a pumpkin carving event Oct. 25. Above, Joe Paul Billie works on his carving skills. (Photo Analicia Austin) Patrick Doctor Sr. gives a thumbs up as he carries a pumpkin. (Photo Analicia Austin) Naomi Seymour and Cornelia Osceola pick
MIAMI BEACH — The second annual Celebrity Soccer Match, presented by Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood, will be held Nov. 23. The matches will take place beachside between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. at the North Beach Bandshell Sand-bowl at 7275 Collins Avenue in Miami Beach. The fundraising event
Fry bread being is cooked at the Fort Pierce Indian Day celebration Sept. 26 at Chupco’s Landing. (Photo Analicia Austin) It’s ready, aim, fire at the Big Cypress Indian Day’s archery competition Sept. 26. (Photo Beverly Bidney) Josh Sneed and Lance Tommie take part in the horseshoe toss competition in Fort