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by Kerry Shorr Apr 2018 Also on Digital Edition

While her days as a Dallas elementary school teacher and First Lady may be in the past, Laura Bush is proving that advocating for kids and putting education first are feel-good efforts that never get old. 

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by Darla Parris Smallwood Mar 2018 Also on Digital Edition

A lifelong love of cars sets Scott Shrader on a serendipitous course.

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by Christie Galeano Dec 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Fighting for justice is what Nellie King lives for. The fiery redhead, known for her emphatic work ethic and philanthropic heart, has been practicing criminal defense for 21 years.

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by Amy Woods Dec 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Mariel Hemingway will share her secrets to success with the sold-out crowd at KidSanctuary Campus’ fashion-meets-philanthropy fundraiser next month.

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by Christiana Lilly Nov 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Rob Thomson is not only a master of waterfront real estate; he also has a knack for selling property that floats. 

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by Amy Woods Nov 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Born and raised in North Palm Beach, local lawyer Steve Mathison cares for a community coming of age as large-scale developments unfold. 

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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 Kristen Desmond LeFevre Jul 2017 Also on Digital Edition

West Palm Beach’s Brandon Rinker takes the helm of an up-and-coming lifestyle brand that celebrates the state his grandfather helped build, block by cement block.

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by Kristen Desmond LeFevre Apr 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Keri Morrison wants to ensure that not one more child drowns. But in a state with the highest rate of childhood drownings in the nation (approximately 80 each year, enough to fill four Florida preschool classrooms), she’s got her work cut out for her.

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by Kristen Desmond LeFevre Mar 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Matthew Raptis doesn’t judge a book by its cover alone. He also judges it by its publication date, its condition and its relative rarity in the antiquarian book marketplace. Think print is dead? For avid collectors of rare books, it’s anything but.

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