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    - Christie Galeano-DeMott

    In this month’s edition of our Blogger Bite series, we’re heading out on the town with Modern Boca Mom writer and Boca contributor Michelle Olson-Rogers. Hailed as the pioneer mom blogger of our community, Michelle is a native Boca Ratonian who started her site as a way to rediscover her hometown after she had her […] The post Blogger Bite with Michelle Olson-Rogers appeared first on Boca Magazine.

    - Robin Hodes

    The season of sun, fun and pool and patio living is here RIGHT ON CUE Boynton Billiards’ South Beach Outdoor Pool Table does double- duty when you choose the dining package. The 7” balcony design comes with cushioned benches and a hard top, making the transition from game time to mealtime totally effortless. $13,995, available […] The post Florida Style & Design: Summertime Trends & Toys appeared first on Boca Magazine.

    - John Thomason

    The contributions to “Art Vision | Back Together,” the current group exhibition at Delray Beach’s Arts Warehouse, share a common link: They are made by, or represent, LGBTQ+ individuals. But perhaps the highest, if most counterintuitive, compliment I can pay the show, which was co-curated by the LGBTQ arts nonprofit ArtsUnited, is that I quickly […] The post Group Exhibition Chronicles Year of Tumult, Hope at Arts Warehouse appeared first on Boca Magazine.

    - Christie Galeano-DeMott

    Atlantic Ave. welcomes another steakhouse into the mix. The corner space across from Cabana El Rey, which has undergone several iterations, is now a contemporary chophouse with crisp white tablecloths that complement its clean, sleek décor. The enticing reasons we all go to a steakhouse are present here—boozy cocktails, a diverse wine list, dry aged […] The post Restaurant Review: Avalon Steak & Seafood appeared first on Boca Magazine.

    - Randy Schultz

    Old School Square long ago reached iconic status in Delray Beach. But Old School Square for the Arts—the non-profit that runs the city-owned complex—is getting much less love from the city’s elected officials. The flashpoint at the July 13 city commission meeting was the construction project underway to enhance the interior areas of the Crest […] The post Delray At Odds With Old School Square & Masks May Re-Emerge appeared first on Boca Magazine.

    - James Biagiotti

    For decades, RJ Boyle has been one of the faces of South Florida’s fishing community, but there’s more to this local mariner than meets the eye. It’s easy to get lost in the fables of RJ Boyle. Born and reared in South Florida, Boyle is the man who could throw a 90-mile-per-hour fastball, book cutting-edge […] The post The Boca Interview: RJ Boyle appeared first on Boca Magazine.

    - Michelle Olson-Rogers

    Were those backyard upgrades during quarantine worth it? Being stuck at home during most of 2020, I–like many local moms–had to get creative to keep our Boca kids entertained, especially over the summer. Some parents decided to install swing sets. Others sprung for new swimming pools. I went the inflatable slide route myself, even though […] The post Boca Parents Underestimate Backyard Dangers for Kids–Here’s How To Avoid Injuries appeared first on Boca Magazine.

    - John Thomason

    Three professional theaters in Palm Beach County have slated their 2021/2022 seasons in just the past week, marking a flurry of encouraging news for one of the final cultural sectors to return to “normal.” Here’s what we have to look forward to. Theatre Lab at FAU To Fall in Love (Nov. 20-Dec. 12) This production, […] The post Three Local Theaters Announce 2021-2022 Seasons appeared first on Boca Magazine.

    - Robin Hodes

    There is a renewed emphasis on balconies and terraces as people open up their homes It’s challenging to find the silver lining behind the dark storm cloud of a global health crisis, but then again, it’s hope, optimism and resilience that see us through. Hopefully, the valuable lessons learned will stay with us forever. One […] The post Florida Style & Design: A Breath Of Fresh Air appeared first on Boca Magazine.

    - Christie Galeano-DeMott

    I attended the Up-Rooted pop up dinner at Palm Beach Meats this past Saturday, and it was a brilliant culinary experience. Chef James Cruz, formally of Manhattan’s Michelin-starred Le Bernardin, and Palm Beach Meats chef Emerson Frisbie teamed up to create a six-course locally sourced dinner with wine pairings that delighted my palate and awakened […] The post Up-Rooted Kitchen Pop Up Dinner Series appeared first on Boca Magazine.

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