More than a dozen Ocean Ridge Garden Club members made 63 floral arrangements that were given to shut-ins, first responders and recipients identified by faith-based organizations. ABOVE: (l-r) Sylvie Glickstein, Lynn Allison and Christina Benisch org
Coach Schnellenberger’s wife shares stories, letters that show the couple’s enduring affection
By Brian Biggane
He played end on one C
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By Arden Moore
Let’s be candid. Valentine’s Day dates can be hit and miss. Even if you are blessed to be w
Six couples share stories of devotion, telling us how they met, what ignited their passion and how they make love last.
By Mary Thurwachter
With Valentine’s Day this month and Cupid on the loose, we asked readers to tell us their stories of lov
Traci and Matt Woodall combine art and wine
at Vino Van Gogh in downtown Delray Beach.
Photos by Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star
Tom and Erin Craig have found the perfect prescription
for working together at Gulfstream Pharmacy in Briny Breezes.
This couple counts 69 years — so far — of married life. They were friends for a decade before he popped the question, and they remain best of friends today.
They got hitched in 1943, just four days after Mike graduated officers school, and only a cou
Living proof that opposites attract — Lia and Tyrone found one another in 2004.
“I like a beer on the beach and she likes classical piano,” Tyrone explains. She’s the introvert; he most definitely is not.
When they met, Lia was an Iowa farm girl with
The Sutton’s first met in 1960, at a family wedding. Roz’s sister was married to Lenny’s brother, and the clan was always getting together.
“I loved her husband and she loved my wife,” explains Lenny, a retired cardiologist with perfect diction and a
By Paula Dettwiller
When Don Draper of the hit TV series Mad Men needed a Valentine’s Day gift for his wife, his loya
By Jan Norris
Who knows when chocolate began to be associated with Saint Valentine’s Day? The history of that marriage is vague. Suffice it to say that toda
Photo model from 32 East in Delray Beach — Photo by Tim Stepien By Jan Norris Perhaps the romantics are right — the past is more dreamy than today. It was a time when linens and china dressed the tables, and more formal wear dressed the diners — w
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