Christian Riera and Marcela Viglianchino pose with a few of her candelabra.
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A couple that does everything together, stays together. That’s what…Continue
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Daniel Herrick, who lives at St. Andrews Club, got his MBA while serving in the Navy for 20 years. His long civilian career in finance included stints at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the National Gallery of Art. Tim Stepien/The Coastal…Continue
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Ocean Ridge resident Matt Gracey shows a rendering of his latest transformational idea, Art House of Delray. The community art center, which opened in September, benefits artists and art enthusiasts. Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star
Delray Beach has a new arts…Continue
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Marsha Love is a descendant of Delray Beach pioneers. She will participate in the Delray Beach Historical Society’s ‘Christmas at Cason Cottage: A Designer Showcase House.’
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If you’ve heard the name Larry Rosensweig, it’s probably because of his longtime association with the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens in Delray Beach. He was, after all, the founding director of the museum and remained at the helm for 28 years. He has traveled to Japan many times, speaks Japanese…Continue
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Beekeeper Bradley Stewart minds his own beeswax, although you’ll find him doing that in other people’s yards.
Condos just aren’t the place to set up beehives, he points out, so thanks to friends and neighbors throughout the county, he farms his 17 hives out for production of his “Backyard…
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You could say that Ken Kaleel was following a path…Continue
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It’s spring training time. All around Florida’s Grapefruit League, fans are gathering to cheer on their favorite ballplayers, watch the up-and-comers, and drink in the excitement about another baseball season in America.
Pam Carey of Gulf Stream looks back with fondness at all the…
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In the late 1990s, internationally acclaimed artist Diana Nicosia of Gulf Stream was waiting at the Rome airport for a delayed flight when she struck up a conversation with a man in a black suit sitting next to her. He turned out to be Cardinal John Foley, a former Philadelphia priest who…Continue
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If there’s one character trait that runs through Harold “Sonny” Van Arnem’s life, it’s determination.
As a teenager, he was determined to make the football team even though he’d never played the game. He achieved his goal, playing alongside future football great Roger Staubach and catching the eye of Ohio…
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Pamela Murphy has two hobbies that she loves: cooking and exercising. It really does make a good combination. When you put it on, you just take it off.
Here’s some background on Pam: She’s been coming to Florida for years, attracted to the warm weather and the beaches. She and her husband, John,…
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Sid Walesh traded corporate life for an artist’s life. Boynton Beach City Hall is hosting an exhibition of his work, titled “Metamorphosis.” Works also will be included in an exhibition at the Boca Raton Museum of Art.
A divorced father of two adult sons, he…
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It’s not every day you meet someone who competed against tennis ace Arthur Ashe, owned a corporate monopoly and custom-ordered a painting from Salvador Dali.
Today is the day.
Meet 77-year-old Don Thompson — athlete, entrepreneur, musician — whose success in business has enabled him to share his love for the…
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Frankie Stevens, 67, helped organize the Sacred Heart Angels to raise money for Sacred Heart School north of downtown Lake Worth. The group also helps with paperwork, answering phones and bandaging knees. Photo by Jean Hart Howard…Continue
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