Mizner Park Amphitheater turned purple as the Community united on Nov., 10th, Sunday, for the 6th Annual Walk to End Alzheimer's -Boca Walk. To date, $310,000 has been raised, and still counting. More than 5.8 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's. Director of Alzheimer's Association Southeast Florida Chapter, Stefanie Mardar, is optimistic that, “We hold our yellow flowers high, and hope to one day see this crowd filled with white flowers”. White symbolizes a cure for Alzheimer's.The Promise Garden was located at the front of the amphitheater's stage during the festivities. Each participant in the Walk, had the opportunity to purchase a colored flower to be placed in The Promise Garden in honor of a loved one, or family member.

The gold necklace gleams as bright as the sun’s rays lighting the ocean dawn; radiant and shining. Her eyes played with the light the way honey teases an unsuspecting sunbeam. Her eyes and complexion match her glistening luxe jewels; like tea mixed with honey, orangey-brown. If Ellie Vail of Ellie Vail Jewelry had ever known failure or hardship, it didn’t show in her lucent looks and personality. Everything from the way she held herself, to the way she spoke, to that look of unassailable confidence in her eyes said she could run a successful business.

Think about how lucky you are to be in Boca Raton. There's no need to be inside to exercise. I feel privileged to go outside and enjoy the outdoors and get a great workout, something we can enjoy all year. As a south Florida personal trainer, I like using what we've got in our parks to put together awesome workouts. One of my favorite parks to go workout at is Patch Reek Park. It's at 2000 Yamato Rd, Boca Raton, FL 33431.

It wasn’t until June 1938 when the Golden Age of Comic Books began with ‘Action Comics #1’ debuting ‘Superman’, followed by ‘Batman’ less than a year later. Over 80-years-later, superheroes, the comic book art, and industry have influenced generations. With blockbuster films such as ‘Avengers: Endgame’ becoming the highest-grossing movie of all-time, or more recently Marvel Studios-Disney announcing a sequel film to ‘Black Panther’, comic culture has gone mainstream and are more popular than ever. Now, the Boca Raton Museum of Art is getting in on that mainstream popularity and exploring the world of comics by going beyond the cape.

He can eat Italian food as if it were going out of style and inhale everything sweet, cheesy, and saucy to get his fix. When Florida Atlantic University alumni Bryan Rammel isn’t munching on his favorite tomato basil sauce with sprinkled parmesan ravioli dish or being active in the gym, Rammel has a hunger for entrepreneurship opportunities.