Where did I put my keys?
In a busy world it’s easy to be overwhelmed with the minutiae of life. But once you’ve been exposed to the stages of dementia, fear that this instance of displacement may foreshadow future stages of memory loss hovers beh
I’ve lived near the beach for more than 25 years so my house is a testament to my love of the shore: seash
On April 6, a 38-year-old Boca Raton man was killed in a collision with a truck along A1A in Delray Beach so
“If you ever want to feel good about yourself, go help someone else.”
— John Ferber, Secret Millionaire
As season begins to wind down, so do the numerous charity events that keep our coastal area hopping through the winter months. It seems this season
We honeymooned in the Bahamas, then r
By Scott Simmons, managing editor
When opportunity knocked, I hesitated. Agonized, even.
But when a newspaper in northern Palm Beach County offered me a position to write full-time, I decided to accept.
But acceptance doesn’t mean abandonment.
There’s a certain sparkle in the air — regardless of whether you are celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, the winter solstice or Kwanzaa.
And that sparkle symbolizes hope. It symbolizes faith. And it symbolizes family and friend
One is the return of season and all of our favorite snowbirds. And with them, the return of our favorite advertisers, plus several new ones. So many, in fact, that you’ll see a second section in this November edition. We are calling it Coastal Life
Another season is upon us, and that’s cause for celebration.
As writer Hap Erstein underscores in his report on the state of the arts in eastern Boca Raton and Highland Beach, our cultural leaders are cautiously optimistic in these times of econom
As I walk into my home I’m greeted with an original encaustic painting of a palm. I love the textures and colors. It puts my mind instantly at ease after a hectic day at the office.
Encaustic (or hot-wax painting) is an ancient art form, but the art
The Lilly Pulitzer dresses worn by our local models in the August edition were provided courtesyof C. Orrico, 1218 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach. 278-5353. The store is open 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 11 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Sunday.
I don’t think I’m a snob. But, except on rare occasions, I don’t go west of I-95 or south of Linton to dine or shop.
I have friends who live south and west, but I don’t see them very often. I can’t explain it. I used to work in Miami Beach and
It’s home to me — from the sweet stench of the Glades to the bracing spray of the ocean and everything in between.
I was born here, grew up on Florida’s west coast, and returned to Palm Beach County to attend Florida Atlantic
I’ve worked under university grants that were discontinued for lack of funding, forInternet start-ups that failed when the hi-tech bubble burst and for an industry that needed to purge itself of well-paid middle management when the real estate bubbl
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