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Giving Recycling A Green Light

Giving Recycling A Green Light

Having just observed Earth Day on April 22, it’s a good time to re-think recycling, that is, why it’s important and how we can improve our recycling habits.

May 2019
Drawing On Inspiration

Drawing On Inspiration

Meet ageless artist Barbara (“Everybody calls me Bobby”) Holleman, who has been drawing and painting for as long as she can remember.

May 2019
Junior Scientists Make Waves

Junior Scientists Make Waves

Hanisak leads the Junior Scientist Fellows Program, begun in 2013 to secure research opportunities for exceptional high school students.

May 2019
Like Mother,  Like Daughters

Like Mother, Like Daughters

The all-women-owned and operated family business — now three generations deep — thrives today while so many neighboring retail establishments have come and gone in that same period.

May 2019
Sea-Inspired Respite

Sea-Inspired Respite

The home — built in the Georgian Revival style, the roots of which date back to a look popular in the 18th and 19th centuries — originally sported interior appointments that bent toward the traditional, and understandably so.

May 2019
Weaving Her Magic

Weaving Her Magic

The history of the cherished baskets, including how they got their name, is as fascinating as it is integral to the life of the residents of the former whaling community.

April 2019
Advantage Mr. Fish

Advantage Mr. Fish

With 32 titles to its credit, the U.S. Davis Cup team has set the standard for team competition for more than a century, its alumni including not only Fish, but Arthur Ashe, John McEnroe, Bill Tilden, Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi.

April 2019
Yamato’s Legacy

Yamato’s Legacy

Today, there appears to be no trace of either the beaverboard camel or its antlers. Nevertheless, without either one, Boca Raton has become a thriving, vital community in one of the most developed population centers of the state.

April 2019
A Boardwalk  Shaped Like Florida

A Boardwalk Shaped Like Florida

It is easy to see why National Geographic magazine named McKee Botanical Garden as one of 22 international secret garden retreats of sanctuary and surprise.

April 2019
Unbridled Beauty

Unbridled Beauty

Unlike the majority of Windsor’s two-story residences that reflect the private community’s signature Anglo-Caribbean architecture, the Evanses’ single-story home bears a distinctive Latin American flavor.

April 2019
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