44th annual fundraising luncheon and fashion show.
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By Arden Moore
Meet Irwin Stovroff, an energetic 93-year-old from Boca…Continue
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and the impressive historic preservation and garden lushness of that famous Rhode Island enclave.
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Palm Beach International Boat Show
offers boats, yachts and accessories,
along with seminars for kids and adults…
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By Janis Fontaine
Haven’t heard of actress Alycia…
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T Toscana North in Highland Beach held a grand reopening party on Feb. 12 for its renovated fitness center. The fitness center acquired state-of-the-art cardio and strength equipment. ABOVE: Linda Schmer, Nancy Wilkinson and Paulette Dale, residents of the building. Tim Stepien/The Coastal…Continue
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Timolin and Casey Cole had such high hopes. The Grammy Awards show was going to honor their sister, Natalie. Her unexpected death New Year’s Eve had left a big hole in their lives and those of music lovers around the world, and the tribute dug it even deeper.
Death played a prominent…
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The Plate: Red Pizza.
The Place: Jerk Oceano, 201 E. Ocean Ave., Lantana. Daily menu is available at www.jerkoceano.com.
The Price: $20; cash only.
The Skinny: Looking for pizza in Lantana? If you’re at Jerk Oceano on the right night, it’s the place to…
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Story and photos by Mary Thurwachter
Mizner Park, with its Spanish-styled courtyard, 44 shops and restaurants, art museum, amphitheater, iPic Theater, fountains and large gazebos, has been around for 25 years and continues to enjoy wide appeal. Visitors can view art, attend concerts, take cooking classes, furnish their homes with beach-themed decor, score fashionable clothes and shoes, and mull over what to see next while dining on a gourmet…
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By Steve Pike
“If you can't fly then run, if you can't run then walk, if you can't walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.”
— Martin Luther King Jr.
True to Dr. King’s words, Lee DiPietro knows only one direction — forward. It’s what’s guided her through more than 30 years of racing — and winning — some of the world’s most grueling events, from marathons to ironman triathlons.
Whether it’s running along…
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By Steve Pike
Ann Purcell remembered the first time she met the maharishi Mahesh Yogi in Seelisberg, Switzerland, in 1974.
“I had to walk up eight flights of stairs to get to a meeting room,’’ said Purcell, whose book The Transcendental Meditation Technique and the Journey of Enlightenment was published last May and is available through her website (www.enlightenmentforeveryone.com) and Amazon.com.
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