An entertaining look at the region's response to the upcoming Tutankhamun exhibition in South Florida, for which tickets go on sale in late October: "King Tut fever has struck. And soon it will be hard to avoid. At Trina, the restaurant on Fort Lauderdale's beach, a cocktail called a Tutini will be served. Starting in mid-December, the Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa will offer several new spa packages: The Sphinx, Queen of the Nile and Pharaoh's Ritual. And at the Day's Inn Bahia Cabana Resort, a King Tut Crab Cake Oscar will make its menu debut. While we're still three months away from the opening of Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs at Fort Lauderdale's Museum of Art, the Egyptian king is proving to be a regional marketing bonanza". See the full article on the southflorida.com website.