Articles Posted by Amy Woods

by Amy Woods Jul 2017 Also on Digital Edition

New Yorker-turned-Palm Beacher Judith Ripka is a jewelry designer for the stars who celebrates the 40th anniversary of her eponymous brand this year.

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by Amy Woods May 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Dr. David Lickstein spent eight post-graduate years developing the sensibilities and skills a plastic surgeon needs to provide patients with a personal and professional approach.

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by Amy Woods Mar 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Mary Bonner lost a loved one to cancer and turned the tragedy into a personal mission to help not only those with the deadly disease but also non-profits that aid adults and children in Martin and Saint Lucie counties.

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by Amy Woods Feb 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Ann Savage lost a friend but never lost sight of the vision the two of them shared when co-founding BG Creative Marketing Solutions in West Palm Beach.

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by Amy Woods Jan 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Judy Mitchell has led the Kravis Center through a quarter-century of seasons and is not stopping now as the performing arts center rings in its silver anniversary.

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by Amy Woods Dec 2016 Also on Digital Edition

Julie Wang not only realized a childhood dream of becoming an aviator, but in doing so, she also made history by becoming the first Chinese pilot to circumnavigate the globe.

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by Amy Woods Nov 2016 Also on Digital Edition

John Couris and Jupiter Medical Center are synonymous. The president and CEO of the award-winning regional hospital is six-and-a-half years into the demanding position and loving every minute of it.

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by Amy Woods Oct 2016 Also on Digital Edition

Evelyn & Arthur prides itself on giving back to local communities, and so does its co-owner, Adrianne Weissman—a board member, businesswoman and breast cancer survivor from Jupiter.

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by Amy Woods Jul 2016 Also on Digital Edition

Joyce Gugel has overcome the obstacles of legal blindness for more than 40 years and is fulfilling big dreams for the Beyond Blind Institute.

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by Amy Woods May 2016 Also on Digital Edition

Jim Baugh crusades for a cause that could curb the current health care crisis and reverse the “inactivity pandemic” plaguing the nation's children.

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by Amy Woods Oct 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Spa & Wellness Month has arrived. For the second year during the month of October, Discover The Palm Beaches, in conjunction with local salons, spas and health and wellness centers, will present promotions of the most pampered persuasions. 

To celebrate, we’ve rounded up some of the most innovative, trending treatments offered in the Palm Beaches.

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by Amy Woods Jul 2017 Also on Digital Edition

We’ve been polling Jupiter Magazine and The Palm Beacher readers since fall on everything from their favorite beaches to the best brunch spots. The tallies are in! Everyone knows Palm Beach County has a lot to offer. But now, we present the definitive guide to the best of the best.

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by Amy Woods May 2017 Also on Digital Edition

The Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation and Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals have formed a fundamental bond that benefits little ones in Palm Beach County and beyond by ensuring first-class health care.

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by Amy Woods Apr 25, 2017 01:48 PM

The Coach store that South Florida women have come to know and love–its haute handbags coveted for their classic quality–has undergone a transformation in The Gardens Mall.

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by Amy Woods Mar 28, 2017 05:41 PM

Locals can now spin and party their calories away at the newly opened CycleBar location in Palm Beach Gardens. The local studio officially opened in Donald Ross Village on Thursday, March 23, following a ribbon cutting and ceremonial first ride.

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by Amy Woods Apr 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Happy hour. The words conjure up images of a cold beer in a laid-back bar or a frozen concoction on a sunny outdoor deck, both enjoyed after the workday has come and gone. Palm Beach County provides plenty of places for locals to indulge in low-priced eats and drinks, and live music.

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by Alyssa Morlacci by Melissa Puppo by Amy Woods Apr 2017 Also on Digital Edition

The Palm Beaches abound with culinary creativity, proving when it comes to food, the sky is the limit. Discover 12 gluttonous, creative and exotic dishes that will wow your eyes and taste buds.

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by Amy Woods Mar 2017 Also on Digital Edition

The grass is always greener at a garden party. Glorious weather, gourmet food and guests gathering to socialize as they soak up the South Florida sun make such alfresco affairs appealing. Sandals and sundresses for the women. Slip-ons and slacks for the men. Sparkling seasonal beverages. What’s not to like? From ours to yours, here’s how to put together a garden party in your own backyard.

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by Amy Woods by Melissa Puppo Feb 2017 Also on Digital Edition

In such a beautiful and bustling city, there’s no excuse for doing the classic dinner-and-a-movie routine. Get creative with these six date ideas that take advantage of all that Palm Beach has to offer.

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by Amy Woods Jan 10, 2017 01:33 PM

Extraordinary etchings and towering tapestries by Spanish surrealist Salvador Dali have taken over Onessimo Fine Art in Palm Beach Gardens.

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