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Once upon a journalistic time— the 1970s—South Florida newspapers were among the most successful in the country. The Miami Herald, owned by the Knight Ridder company, had a statewide presence, with several bureaus, and influential readers in most major Florida cities. In Broward County alone it had a staff of 70 based in an office on Sunrise Boulevard.
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Tracy Butler, director of education at the Kravis Center, says the performing arts hall’s education programs change lives. Funded by the Palm Beach Wine Auction and aimed at elementary- and high-school students, they enable youths to tap into their creativity.
Buying and selling secondhand affords myriad benefits, like snagging last season’s Chanel single flap leather handbag for 70-percent off or recouping some of the investment spent on a bespoke gown that now fits snugger than O.J. Simpson’s glove. And while some consider consignment and resale “icky,” the $17.5 billion industry, according to a recent profile conducted by D&B Hoovers, has grown into an environmental movement, keeping others’ times-up treasures away from landfills and oxygenating small businesses. Here, four successful consignees share their insider experience for giving consignment a go.
A native of New York, Robert Durán Jr. decided to devote his life to professional boxing at age 25, relocating to South Florida in January 2015 to train full time with his eyes steadfast on the prize, becoming a world champion boxer just as his hall-of-fame enshrined father Roberto had in four separate weight classes.
When it’s time to graduate to collecting quality art, here is your guide on how to do it right