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Brightline has officially resumed service throughout South Florida, and now it’s been announced that holiday magic will be returning to the rails as well, with its annual “Polar Express” rides set to kick off early next month. Based on the beloved children’s book that was adapted into a blockbuster animated movie in 2004, the rides […] The post “The Polar Express” Returns to Brightline This December appeared first on Boca Magazine.
Laurence Leamer chronicles the rise and fall of America’s most glamorous women—and the author who betrayed them Author and Palm Beach resident Laurence Leamer has immersed himself in the glories and pitfalls of the rich and powerful, with subjects ranging from Johnny Carson and Arnold Schwarzenegger to the Kennedy political dynasty. He is a particular […] The post From the Magazine: Swan Dive with Laurence Leamer appeared first on Boca Magazine.
I love writing for Boca magazine because of the opportunities I get to meet extraordinary individuals. L’Agence Fashion Director Tara Rudes-Dann is a perfect example–extraordinarily candid, introspective, authentic, and warm. L’Agence, a brand embodying empowerment, fittingly headlined this year’s Saks Fifth Avenue Fashion Show at the Junior League of Boca Raton’s 34th Annual Woman Volunteer […] The post An Interview with L’Agence Fashion Director Tara Rudes-Dann appeared first on Boca Magazine.
The most festive time of the year is here, and that means sweet treats will be gracing your tablescapes alongside friends and family. So where can you buy decadent desserts and holiday pastries that will make everyone joyful? Here are three to check out. Just Baked When you want gooey cookies in a variety of […] The post Where To Buy Decadent Holiday Treats This Season appeared first on Boca Magazine.
Compared to pre-pandemic levels, enrollment in Palm Beach County’s traditional public schools is down by nearly 8,000. But little of that decline is in Boca Raton. Indeed, based on the school district’s preliminary figures, public investments and other actions have begun to resolve some of the issues regarding crowded campuses. Boca Raton has more students […] The post Boca Student Enrollment Holds Firm Through County Decline & More appeared first on Boca Magazine.
The most legendary rock band still in existence tours Hard Rock Live, an Oscar hopeful opens in Miami, and Christian Finnegan brings the funny to Mizner Park. Plus, Mannheim Steamroller and more in your week ahead. TUESDAY What: The Rolling Stones Where: Hard Rock Live, 1 Seminole Way, Hollywood When: 8 p.m. Cost: $859 and […] The post Your Week Ahead: Nov. 23 to 30, 2021 appeared first on Boca Magazine.
Cooler fall weather (or as cool as we can get in South Florida) is bringing us new seasonal flavors, and 1000 North is celebrating with its new menu. With a variety of international influences, you can look forward to dishes like caramelized scallops, hamachi tiradito, Korean grouper cheeks and grilled Spanish octopus. For a taste […] The post 1000 North Debuts New Menu appeared first on Boca Magazine.
If you’re looking forward to Thanksgiving but not interested in cooking, here is a list of restaurants where you can happily dine with family and friends and then not worry about the mess in the kitchen. Wherever you do decide to celebrate Thanksgiving, we hope you have a delightful and delicious holiday! PALM BEACH COUNTY […] The post Don’t Want To Cook This Thanksgiving? Here’s Where You Can Eat Out. appeared first on Boca Magazine.
Husband and wife team Matthew and Aliza Byrne have relaunched Prep Kitchen Grab & Go Lunch. They first opened up the original Kitchen location in 2013 and then opened Kitchen North late last year. Now this exclusive menu of lunch treats, which first debuted in 2017, is back for the season with deliciously healthy salads, […] The post Grab & Go Lunches Are Back at Kitchen in Palm Beach appeared first on Boca Magazine.
Peace, love and hope are all over the walls at the Cornell Museum’s recently opened “Heart of the Square” exhibition, but so is anger, when appropriate. Susan Romaine, in the poem she wrote to accompany her painting “It Seemed Beyond Repair,” voices the latter: “It seemed beyond repair, the old school thirty-two years ago Today, […] The post Cornell Museum Exhibit Celebrates Old School Square in Time of Crisis appeared first on Boca Magazine.