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bo

So, What Does Bo Know? Interview with Bo Diddley photo by László Zoltán

carabba

Interview with Chris Carrabba - Dashboard Confessional

buckingham

Interview with Lindsey Buckingham photo credit: Fred Seibert via photopin.com

madigan

Interview with Kathleen Madigan photo by Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff via photopin.com

Goos

Interview with Robby Takac of the Goo Goo Dolls photo by Nicole Abalde via photopin.com

Interview with Bobby Ingram of Molly Hatchet

Hughie Thomasson

The Outlaws - Interview with Hughie Thomasson

Piscopo

Interview with Joe Piscopo photo credit: Galaga Gal via photopin.com

charo

Interview with Charo - Cuchi-Cuchi – She’s NOT! photo by Castles, Capes & Clones via photopin.com

WW2 Horn

Son’s musical composition honors POW experience

roger mcguinn

Artist, Guitarist and Techie - Interview with Roger McGuinn photo credit: zioWoody via photopin

Dog Days of Summer brings four-legged fans to Roger Dean Stadium

Kristi Yamaguchi

From the Girl Next Door to Momtrepreneur! Interview with Kristi Yamaguchi photo by U.S.-Japan Council via photopin.com

Ben Prestage

Mississippi Blues - Interview with Ben Prestage photo by Queen of the Universe via photopin.com

Armed only with a spatula, Chef Beverly Romear-Doukwah fights childhood obesity.

Chalk it up to Jennifer Chaparro, as her art hits the streets

Read On!

Guinness here we come!

Steep Canyon Rangers

Steep Canyon Rangers - Interview with Woody Platt photo by Highline Ballroom via photopin.com

Haunted Theater?

Local Teen off to School of American Ballet in NYC! Photo by Thomas Cordy / Palm Beach Post

Paley Institute restores hope on a daily basis

My interview with EDM God - Steve Aoki!



Let Them Eat Cake – SunFest lights up with Steve Aoki’s brand of entertainment: dancing, crowd surfing and flying confections

May 1, 2016 on 4:24 pm | In As Seen In..., PBG Lifestyle Magazine | No Comments
Let Them Eat Cake - SunFest lights up with Steve Aoki’s brand of entertainment: dancing, crowd surfing and flying confections

Steve Aoki can’t actually be human; the 38-year-old DJ, electro house musician, record producer and music executive must be running on some endless supply of adrenaline as he moves through this world in a blur of constant motion. And forget about his onstage energy – that’s another story.  Over the course of just 48 hours, […]

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Wellington’s top student hopes to one day make technology easier

April 20, 2016 on 5:07 pm | In As Seen In..., General, Palm Beach Post | No Comments
Wellington’s top student hopes to one day make technology easier

MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: DAVY YUE, 17 It’s not every day that the principal shows up for English class.That’s when 17-year-old Wellington High School senior Davy Yue suspected something. “Mr. Crocetti, the school principal, visited my second-period English class, made a small announcement congratulating me for becoming Wellington’s 2015 -16 valedictorian and gave me a formal […]

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Glades Central valedictorian wants to focus on environment

April 13, 2016 on 5:12 pm | In As Seen In..., Palm Beach Post | No Comments
Glades Central valedictorian wants to focus on environment

MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: Lauren Diaz, 18 Glades Central High School valedictorian Lauren Diaz wants every high school student to know that getting to the top isn’t necessarily just for the smart kids. Lauren Diaz is the 2016 valedictorian at Glades Central High School. “I wasn’t always at the top of my class. I was a […]

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Wellington Garden Club hosts garden tour

April 4, 2016 on 4:11 pm | In As Seen In..., Palms West Monthly | No Comments
Wellington Garden Club hosts garden tour

Spring cleaning is for the birds, so dump the disinfectant and sweep those dust bunnies under the rug – it’s time to get outside and enjoy the wonders of the season before the summer heat bears down. What better way to surround yourself in spring’s lushness than by exploring some of Wellington’s very own backyard […]

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North Palm ramps up for 60th with festival, parade

March 30, 2016 on 5:01 pm | In General | No Comments

Turning 60 isn’t usually all fun and games, but for the Village of North Palm Beach, let the party begin. The village is celebrating on Saturday with its 17th Annual Heritage Day Festival and Parade, which is set to take off from Village Hall at 11 a.m. and end up in Anchorage Park with a […]

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Break from the Everyday with these Extraordinary Escapes

March 28, 2016 on 4:16 pm | In As Seen In..., PBG Lifestyle Magazine | No Comments

There’s a wonderful quote from an anonymous source: “We travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us.” Any of us who have traveled across the globe or across the country can attest to it. It’s no secret that travel soothes the soul, but according to scientific research, travel is also good […]

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Loop the Lake co-chair overcame adversity, now helps others

January 27, 2016 on 4:45 pm | In As Seen In..., Palm Beach Post | No Comments
Loop the Lake co-chair overcame adversity, now helps others

MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: Liz Cayson, 45 Acreage resident Liz Cayson speaks from experience when it comes to overcoming adversity. This past June, the 45-year-old Acreage resident was honored with the 2015 YWCA Grace Dodge Award at the YWCA of Palm Beach County’s Purse & Passion luncheon at the Bear Lakes Country Club in West Palm […]

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Supplying the teacher

January 26, 2016 on 5:05 pm | In As Seen In..., PBG Lifestyle Magazine | No Comments

  The Education Foundation of Palm Beach County knows that sometimes, an apple for the teacher is just not enough, so they dug deep and came up with a way to help. The Foundation recently opened their first pop-up store, Red Apple Supplies at Rosenwald Elementary in South Bay. The store is in the business […]

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Meet Wellington’s own paperback writer

October 31, 2015 on 4:19 pm | In As Seen In..., Palms West Monthly | No Comments
Meet Wellington’s own paperback writer

The visitor was escorted through Florida State Prison’s first set of thick steel bars. One by one, the heavy metal doors swung open and then clanged loudly shut behind him. He finally was deposited inside a small interrogation room with one small window. There he waited to meet the convicted serial killer. Silence soon gave […]

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Need to make a difference led former corrections officer to teaching

October 1, 2015 on 1:10 pm | In As Seen In..., Palm Beach Post | No Comments
Need to make a difference led former corrections officer to teaching

MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: Terreca Mincey-Walkes, 39 Award-winning teacher Terreca Mincey-Walkes grew up in Pahokee, graduated from Pahokee High School and was Miss Pahokee 1994, so there was no question where she was going to bring her skills when she decided to become a teacher. “I wanted to come back and instill my pride in the […]

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Literacy is personal for Grown Up Spelling Bee participant

September 10, 2015 on 10:24 am | In As Seen In..., Palm Beach Post | No Comments
Literacy is personal for Grown Up Spelling Bee participant

MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: Amanda Lundergan, 32 Attorney Amanda Lundergan has faced her fair share of pressure as managing attorney for Ice Legal in Royal Palm Beach. Lundergan has argued hundreds of foreclosure, complex litigation cases, trials, depositions and appeals. At age 26 she was one of the youngest attorneys to argue a case before the […]

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District’s math resource teacher wins prestigious presidential award

September 3, 2015 on 10:27 am | In General | No Comments
District’s math resource teacher wins prestigious presidential award

MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: Robin O’Brien, 39 Robin O’Brien had waded through the paperwork, dotted the i’s crossed the t’s and submitted her video to be a candidate for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching, and then just got on with the business of teaching math at Seminole Ridge High School. Later […]

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Animal-loving couple volunteers time to help shelter animals

August 27, 2015 on 3:07 pm | In As Seen In..., Palm Beach Post | No Comments
Animal-loving couple volunteers time to help shelter animals

MEET YOUR NEIGHBORS: Lorrie Browne, 46; Tim Chance, 43 Lorrie Browne and Tim Chance of Wellington run a business together and keep busy with their four furry friends — 12-year-old Weimaraners Roxie and Gunther; Cash, 3, a border collie mix; and foster dog, Tasha, 7, a mixed breed — all while spending time volunteering for […]

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Fire-rescue veteran turns to CrossFit to unlock his, others’ potential

July 2, 2015 on 7:00 pm | In As Seen In..., Palm Beach Post | No Comments
Fire-rescue veteran turns to CrossFit to unlock his, others’ potential

What do superheroes do when they take off their capes? They fight for other superheroes. That’s what firefighter/paramedic, John Lupoli a 13-year veteran of Palm Beach County Fire Rescue, plans on doing this weekend when he kicks off his fitness challenge War Games to benefit veterans charities 22 Until None and I Am Adaptive. War […]

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Glades Central valedictorian eyes politics as way to help community

June 11, 2015 on 3:47 am | In As Seen In..., Palm Beach Post | No Comments
Glades Central valedictorian eyes politics as way to help community

Karen Benitez has been on a roll of firsts lately. As valedictorian at Glades Central High School, Benitez is first in her class, which came as no surprise as she was notified in her junior year that she held the top spot. “When I found out I was really the valedictorian, I did feel a […]

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