• County Campaign War Chests Grow, Mayor Glickstein Helps Host a Rally

  • True Food Kitchen Brings Tastebud-Tickling Health Food to Boca

  • Podcast: SoBe Wine & Food Festival is Back

  • Community Plans Events to Benefit Stoneman Douglas Victims

Around Town

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The Arts

Inside the Boca Museum’s New Look
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Inside the Boca Museum’s New Look

Change continues to be in the air—along with the cranes supporting it—for Palm Beach County’s most esteemed museums. The Norton’s multiyear transformation continues apace, and the Cornell Museum at Old School Square reopened this winter with an all-new interior. To this list of beautified spaces we can soon add the Boca Raton Museum of Art. […]
Podcast: SoBe Wine & Food Festival is Back
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Podcast: SoBe Wine & Food Festival is Back

Back in 1997, FIU’s School of Hospitality & Tourism Management teamed up with local chefs and wineries for the humble Florida Extravaganza. Twenty-one years later, it’s now known as the premier South Beach Wine & Food festival, drawing more than 65,000 attendees over five days at more than 85 events throughout Miami and Miami Beach. […]
Your Week Ahead: Feb. 20 to 26
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Your Week Ahead: Feb. 20 to 26

Palm Beach Opera stages Bernstein’s operatic masterpiece, and a one-man show mourns “The End of Journalism”—while visiting pundits from the New York Times and Washington Post help keep it alive. Plus, Jerry Seinfeld, Colin Quinn, the Florida Ren-Fest and more in your week ahead. WEDNESDAY What: Thomas Friedman Where: Broward Center, 201 S.W. Fifth Ave., Fort Lauderdale When: […]
Pulling More Out of the Man
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Pulling More Out of the Man

In the March issue of Boca magazine, I interview actor Bill Pullman about subjects such as his onscreen persona, stage acting, his acumen for presidential roles and his off-camera life. But the conversation went other places, too, and Pullman was generous enough to continue the dialogue for a few additional questions. Here is the remainder […]
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