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Flipping the Script on Mizner Park, Again By Nicole Danna Restaurateur. Creative. Relationship Broker. These are all words to describe Vaughan Dugan, one part of the South Florida hospitality masterminds behind the Boca Raton-born restaurant Kapow! And — coming soon — Penelope and Shaker & Pie. To those outside the industry, however, Dugan is also …

All Things Connected by Water By David Rolland “Not a week goes by where I don’t get two or three texts from people saying ‘I’m on the water and I’m passing by your artwork,’” artist Dennis Friel says in amazement as he takes a break from his studio to chat with The Atlantic Current about his life …

Shaping Her Future, One Board at a Time By Darien Davies It’s almost one of those stories of “who found whom?” or “who saved whom?” but this version involves the ocean, longboards and purpose. Catherine Girard spent the beginning part of her life in Québec before moving to Florida at the age of 19, where she began …

Passion. Community. Progress.  By Rhys Arden Sobriety can be a difficult road, especially if you have to go it alone. In fact, according to American Addiction Centers, recent drug relapse statistics show that more than 85% of individuals relapse and return to drug use within the year following treatment. So what makes those practicing sobriety …

Oceano Kitchen in Lantana Delivers Big Taste From a Small Space Words by Darien Davies / Photos by Dustin Wright   Tomato and watermelon gazpacho with cucumber, jumbo crab, avocado and olive oil. Date Night Pizza with mortadella, blue cheese, date, pistachio, mozzarella and Parmesan. Wood-fired Japanese A5 wagyu, Robuchon potato, crispy shallot and bordelaise. …

Tequesta Brewing Company’s Beloved Der Chancellor  by Nicole Danna You could say Tequesta Brewing Company’s Der Chancellor is the original craft beer of Palm Beach County. In early 2011, the light German-style Kölsch was just one of a handful of local, small-batch brews you could get your hands on across South Florida. Beer lovers recall …