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Photo: Jerry Rabinowitz

Elevated Italian, Made Comfortable By Darien Davies Elisabetta’s in Delray Beach is what Italian food should be. It’s inviting, comforting, and meant to be shared with friends, family, and even those hungry for camaraderie. The dishes are handmade, the portions are plenty, and the menu is vast, making it a restaurant that requires multiple visits to …

West Palm Beach Musician Matt Brown

Prolific Multi-Instrumentalist Brings the Soul By David Rolland Photos by Alexis Paige When Matt Brown rattles off what he’s been up to lately, you wonder how the local soul, funk, and R&B musician has the time to conduct this interview. Besides keeping to the strict schedule of writing, producing and releasing a new single the third Friday …

Kelsey Witkay FAU Swim

Meet FAU Swim Captain Kelsey Witkay By Sean Gordon Photos by Alexis Paige Kelsey Witkay is not only a senior at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) who is studying exercise science, but she is also the captain of the women’s swim team. “I actually hated the pool until I was 6,” said Witkay, which is not …

John Garza

Three Local Photographers Capturing the Beauty of the Bahamas “Being based in South Florida, I feel pretty lucky to be a hop and a skip away from the Bahamas. I’ve traveled to every clear-water location in the world and the Bahamas is up there with the best! Being a photographer who creates many of my …

by Tom Greene This time of year, and for the next 2-3 months everybody’s chasing the elusive wahoo, and sailfish. The fish are biting and therefore much easier to catch. I’m getting calls from fishermen who say “it’s just too easy”. The bite is so good you can actually predict what you’re going to catch. …

City Oyster Stone Crabs

Top Local Restaurants to Get Your Stone Crab Fix By Caroline Bell Photo: City Oyster Stone crab season is upon us, and that means plenty of local restaurants are offering deals on this classic Florida fare. Stone crab season typically runs from October to May, which is when commercial and recreational fishers can legally harvest …

Tucker Duke's

Let’s Get Vegan With It By Caroline Bell Veganism, gluten-free and keto diets are taking the country by storm, and many restaurants are encouraged to follow suit. Even the hamburger, a staple of the American diet, isn’t safe from this rapidly growing movement. Vegan burgers are seen as more environmentally friendly than traditional hamburgers, which …

Lisabet Summa

Learn How it’s Delicious, Why it’s Delicious, and When You Can Get More Deliciousness By Darien Davies Feature photo: Christopher Summa Get to know the culinary master behind Delray Beach’s newest Italian restaurant, and understand her desire to make the menu appealing, approachable and absolutely delicious. It’s Italian food, made comfortable. You are now the executive …

Pierce Gainey Drone Photo of Stingrays

  My name is Pierce Gainey, a.k.a the Florida Drone Dude! I am a drone pilot, photographer, aquaholic and devoted vinyl collector. I currently reside in sunny South Florida, where I call the beach my home and the ocean my muse. My passions and hobbies are diverse, but every since drones were introduced, this has …

Beer at 3 Sons Brewing in Dania Beach

3 Sons Brewing Co. in Dania Beach is Feeding the Craft Beer Community Something Special By Nicole Danna Photos: Jose Alfonso Spicy tuna tacos. A house-roasted turkey club. A delicate watercress salad. Even artisan-style charcuterie and cheese boards. No, this isn’t the latest menu rollout at some hot, new South Florida establishment. Instead, they’re just a …

Crossing for a Cure paddle out

To Inspire Every Breath for Those Who Suffer with Cystic Fibrosis By Darien Davies For Travis Suit, it’s all about fighting for the cystic fibrosis community and families. He feels that he owes everything to all of the “CF Warriors” who have come and gone, fighting every day, for the future of cystic fibrosis. This …

Arilton Pavan of Dixie Divers in Deerfield Beach

Dixie Divers Spearheads World’s Largest Underwater Cleanup at Deerfield Beach Pier 633 Divers Removed More Than 2,500 Pounds of Trash in 2 Hours By David Rolland Photos: Snap Photography and Cinema  When asked how he got the idea for a world record trash removal, Arilton Pavan, the owner of the Deerfield Beach dive shop, Dixie …

Death or Glory Bar in Delray Beach

Death or Glory, Not Just Another Story By Adam Sheetz Photos: Libbyvision  If you don’t know about Death or Glory, you should, and I’m about to tell you why. It’s one of the hippest haunts in town and sits just off the beaten path in Delray Beach, making it a little hidden, a little mysterious, …

Team Responsible for Giving Back

Bahamian Evacuees Were Welcomed to Driftwood in Boynton Beach for a Homemade Sunday Dinner by Darien Davies Driftwood restaurant owners, Jimmy Everett and Illia Gonzalez, opened their hearts and their kitchen in an effort to feed the stomachs and souls of displaced Bahamians. They closed their restaurant on Sunday, October 6 and welcomed local chefs and …

Flight at Tarpon River Brewing in Fort Lauderdale

Hooking craft beer drinkers one pour at a time By Nicole Danna Photos: Chris Carter Riverside Market founders Julian and Lisa Siegel had been looking for years for the perfect location to open their own brewery. When they finally found the old, baby blue building just off the train tracks at 280 S.W. Sixth St., there …

Bolay Bowl

Which local company packs the best? Grrrr. No, that is not a bear behind you, that’s your stomach signaling for sustenance. But, before you start to choose between healthy and quick options for food, finish reading this article. It’s 2019, damn it, and you don’t need to compromise anymore! With three great options to choose …

Death or Gory Cocktail at Death or Glory in Delray Beach

Enjoy a Scary Good Time By Darien Davies If you’re looking for an escape from the same ol’ bars and restaurants on the Avenue, in search of something spooky and scary, the good people at Death of Glory have you covered. From now until Halloween, they’ve turned their 100-year-old home into a Death or Gory …

Pineapple Grove in Delray Beach

Changing the Climate on Climate Change Through Art Delray Beach has always been the artsy city with a small-town vibe filled with people who simply care. That is why it’s the perfect host for Rise: Climate and Art Weekend, an event that aims to bring awareness about climate change through the arts. Coinciding with the …

Fright Nights at South Florida Fairgrounds

Inviting all freaks, ghouls and goblins to the South Florida Fairgrounds for a scary good time. By Darien Davies It doesn’t matter if you scream, shriek, screech or squeal. All that matters is you go. Fright Nights is back to provide you with the greatest annual Halloween event that is guaranteed to get you scared …

Cable Wake Rider at Shark Wake Park 561

CABLE WAKE AND AQUATIC WATER PARK PROVIDES FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY By David Rolland Photos: Dante Weston Just like his famous namesake dad did for golf, Greg Norman, Jr. is trying to popularize his sport of choice: wakeboarding. With the June opening of Shark Wake Park 561 in West Palm Beach, Norman hopes to …

South Florida Sunshine Soul By Adam Sheetz Local musician, Jakob Takos, has been bringing good vibes across South Florida with his particular sound of sunshine soul. Bright and beachy, with a tinge of soul and blues and an undertone of folk, Takos has created a unique sound of melodic instrumentation and tight rhythms.  Takos has …

DADA EXECUTIVE CHEF CUT HIS CHOPS AMONG DELRAY BEACH’S FINEST By Nicole Danna Jessie Steele is the new face behind one of Delray Beach’s most beloved restaurants, Dada, but there’s more to the inked-up chef than meets the eye. Steele, 39, is laid-back cool with tattooed arms and a calm, stoic gaze. Over the years, …

Jenny Kiker of Living Pattern painting artwork

The Natural Artist By Darien Davies Photos by Coviello Photo There’s a good chance that when people are checking out their environment, they notice a tree, a leaf, a dog (if they’re lucky!), or a puddle. But, for Jenny Kiker, she notices the living pattern in each piece of the environment. “Making art has been …

Peter Agardy Art

Bringing Art Large Scale By Darien Davies Picture a teenager in school making pages of fish doodles during class instead of actually taking notes. Teacher yells, kid scoffs, notebook closes, opens back up, kid finishes detailed snapper scales. Repeat. That kid is Peter Agardy. Fourth generation Floridian and son of an artist, Agardy always knew …

Carly Mejeur Marine Art

Makes The Ocean Her Canvas By David Rolland Photos by Ben Hicks  Growing up in South Florida, the ocean was always on Carly Mejeur’s mind. The longtime surfer and one-time lifeguard for Palm Beach County Ocean Rescue was unfailingly inspired by the big blue expanse, even if it took a while for her artistic skills …

By Nicole Danna The O.G. The O.G. Delray is today’s new breed of the neighborhood bar. Think nostalgic charm mashed up with an urban cocktail scene and a hearty dose of counterculture. You’ll find this quaint bar located in the city’s fringy SoFa district just south of the Atlantic Avenue hustle. From the original Ms. …

BARTENDER AND CO-OWNER OF SWEETWATER BAR & GRILL AND SAXON IS MAD ABOUT SLINGIN’ DRINKS AND CRAFTING A GOOD TIME By Darien Davies Photos: Ben Hicks  This self-described hospitality “lifer” loves what he does. Whether that means designing the unique drink menu at Sweetwater, helping to make a memorable experience for a diner, or creating …

A lot has happened since 2013 when we featured you for the first time. What have you been up to, personally and professionally? It’s been one hell of a ride since then. In 2014, my dad sold his bike shop business and moved our family to Hoschton, Ga. to be closer to our extended family. …

In an effort to fill a void, Cash put fingers to keyboard and wrote his first book. Not only is it a major accomplishment for him, it’s a book documenting major accomplishments of children with autism. “I attended Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach, studying journalism, from 2010-2014,” said Cash Lambert, 27, author …

A Smokin’ Family Tradition By Adam Sheetz Allow me to introduce you to Anthony Barber, owner and operator of Troy’s BBQ. For the past 23 years, Troy’s has become a landmark for good, quality barbeque in South Florida, and there are now two locations, in Boynton Beach and Boca Raton. The concept first began in …