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Tale Of Craft Beer Enlightenment By Doug Fairall Photos by Ben Hicks Five years ago, a brewing renaissance was born in a little tea and hookah bar in Boca Raton. Ryan Sentz, along with brother KC Sentz, moved their years old college-age-oriented lounge down the street a few blocks to formally begin the Funky Buddha …

By Savannah Sheehan Photos: Kelly Coulson Out of many? Out of what? Popular questions for food truck owner, Haiz Miller of Out of Many Cafe. “Food with a Caribbean twist” is the slogan for this Jamaican truck.  The thought provoking name is the “motto” of Jamaica, “Out of Many, One people.” The name allows Haiz …

Kepa Mendia is 9 years old. He likes Instagram, socks, GoPros and drones and he’s the son of renown pro surfer Peter Mendia. Which has many perks… like going on sponsored surf trips and scoring. Or having free professional surf instruction. But there’s one underlying advantage that’s cherished far above these, and Kepa – even …

By Savannah Sheehan Photos: Kelly Coulson “To look into someone’s eyes when they bite into something you made for them, well, that’s very important,” beams food truck owner Scoti Sabatino. The tenacity and passion he has invested in Parabas Grill is apparent in the versatile, constantly evolving menu. There is no one genre Parabas falls …

By Doug Fairall Laser Wolf Chris and Jordan Bellus have been slinging beers off Progresso Drive in Fort Lauderdale since 2011, where the brothers have managed to create something special. Situated in an older off-white stuccoed building with a clay tile roof, from the outside the place looks straight out of Southern California. On the …

About the Photographer: Tony Arruza is blessed to have a passion for his work and with this comes a commitment to perfection. While perfection is never attained the challenge remains and it is in this challenge that Tony blends his visual sensitivity, his compassion for humanity and his love for nature into images that captivate, …

Skaters, up for a fun and relaxed skate contest?  Then show up at the 5th Annual Skate and Grind on November 7 at the “505” Teen Center in Delray.  The action starts at 3:00pm and all age groups (5-adult) and skaters of all skill levels are welcome to come out. According to the Skate Park …

  Island Indie rock coming to you from Jupiter By Ashley Zimmerman Photos: Jack Bates Named after their high school’s old mascot, The Helmsmen, a group of twentysomething guys from Jupiter are bringing their own brand of what they refer to as Island Indie to the local music scene. Though the band’s inspirations vary across the …

P.S. 561 by Savannah Sheehan Photos: Kelly Coulson The hot dog stand, once an American tradition found on street corners throughout New York City, never seemed to translate well to the tropical Floridian metropolitan areas. That is until Aaron Merullo took matters into his own hands and created P.S. 561– a 16 foot kitchen on …

By Steven Gonzalez The Florida Atlantic Owls lost on Friday night to the Miami Hurricanes, 44-20, in an intra-state rivalry matchup. While the final score may have read a blowout, the hometown Owls were still able to walk away with their heads held high. FAU Stadium was at full capacity with over 30,000 fans celebrating …

Photos: The Woods Jupiter Relaxed.  Sophisticated.  Comfortable.  These are just some of the words being used to describe Tiger Wood’s new venture into the restaurant game with The Woods Jupiter. The Woods Jupiter opened on August 10 in Harbourside and features New American Cuisine consisting of great American dishes that are uniquely modified to make …

By Giana Pacinelli It’s greasy. It’s messy. It could never come in a “low-calorie” version. But whether it comes from a bucket or served up on a bun, there’s something comforting about that first bite of fried chicken. No doubt you’re now wondering: “Where can I find some authentic fried chicken?” Would it surprise you that the answer is …

Lake Park’s Central Hub For All Things Craft Beer, Music and Art By Susanna Arntz Photos: Nathan Hamler From a streetside glance or a stroll past, people see a cafe and bar setup through the large storefront windows. The name Brewhouse was cleverly appointed to the space to lend credence to its local beer and …

Just Like Home 3rd and 3rd’s Unique Culinary Experience By Savannah Sheehan Photos: Ben Hicks They say there’s no place like home. But a second-best option can be found by seeking out one of Delray’s best-kept secrets: 3rd and 3rd (on the corner of Northeast Third Street and Third Avenue). This is a place where …

Like Father, Like Son Although Greg Norman Jr. isn’t following his father’s golden footsteps on the PGA Tour, he is taking a page from the Shark’s book and pushing a sport – kiteboarding – to new levels in skill and popularity in South Florida. By Cash W. Lambert Photography by Ben Hicks I’m sitting at …

Rain is No Match for Dave Matthews Band Beats By Giana Pacinelli I was crouched in a corner of a Tiki bar, one of hundreds hiding out as the rain came beating down on the lawn chairs and blankets that were holding our place on the lawn of Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre Saturday night. The show …

By Dana Krangel Photos: Dave Earley If you’re going to bother putting on actual clothes and leaving the house after 7 p.m., well then all be damned if you’re not going to have a good time. The goal, no doubt, is to end up with a smile on your face and a cold beer in …

By Natalya Jones Imagine this scenario: You and your friends are about spent and ready to call it a night after a crazy time out. Some members of the group are carrying their shoes, everyone is drenched from the South Florida humidity, and your one friend keeps incoherently belting Taylor Swift lyrics way too loud. …

After Their First Rebuilding Season Under Coach Partridge by Steven Gonzalez Photos: JC Ridley The Florida Atlantic Owls enter Head Coach Charlie Partridge’s second season following a tumultuous, and somewhat unexpected 3-9 initial campaign. What looked to be a promising season and a squad ripe for bowl eligibility turned into a mess of mismanaged play-calling …

Photo: Ben Hicks Freesurfer and Owner of Living Water Surf School The struggle is real growing up surfing in South Florida. What was your experience like? Well, obviously here you have to surf every time there’s waves, even when it’s like knee high. What I’ve found is, if you can get good in the stuff …

Street Style Mexican, Minus The Street Photos: Kelly Coulson Walk into El Jefe Luchador, and one of the first thing’s you’ll notice is the Mexican wrestling masks hanging on the wall. As you approach the counter, your eyes will probably wander to the old school posters tiled as wallpaper. The theme is evident, but once …

By Doug Fairall Photos: Ben Hicks It all started with Europe. The country of Belgium, to be precise. Almost ten years ago, Bill McFee, his wife Maria, and friend Keith DeLoach found themselves 4,600 miles away from home in a world where dozens of beer styles were common, including those brewed by Catholic monks. This was …

Photo: Aurelius Ordway When it comes down to it, there are numerous forms of art. From scholarly Monet-esque painting to graffiti murals, this form of entertainment ranges from technique, colors used, and even preference. One can look at tattooing the same way. A more permanent form of art, it requires intense concentration, unique style and, most importantly, …

Photos: Jack Bates If you have been to Leftovers, you’ve probably been to Food Shack, Mike Moir’s first establish-ment. Mike had no problem rattling off the exact date of Food Shack’s opening, January 24, 2002. About five years later, it was time for Leftovers. A chef first, Mike said “It was a dream, and I …

Photo: Jack Bates Guanabanas is in a league of its own when it comes to South Florida restaurants. It’s one thing to serve 100% locally sourced seafood, but it’s a whole other ballgame when serving a restaurant that can seat approximately 300 people and is six tenths of an acre in size. Top that off …

Photography by Ben Hicks Papa’s Raw Bar is a local spot through and through. Their motto, “Eat, Drink, and Be Local” says it all. And if you don’t want to do all three of those things, you’re probably in the wrong spot. They just hit their one year anniversary, and things are booming. Being under …

By Cash W. Lambert Photography by Ben Hicks There’s a 20-acre plot in Boca Raton where nature’s happenings aren’t stopped by man. And because of that, its name and its creatures are guaranteed to bring you back to your childhood. Experience is quickly reminding me that you only have two options when you smell a skunk in …