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.
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.
What people don’t realize about being a celebrity bodyguard is: that the people we secure and protect have regular lives, families, personal issues and drama just like anybody else. At times we have to protect them from themselves as well.
With her signature fiery red hair paired with a silk jumpsuit and sneakers, Patricia Field is not hard to find in a crowd. The costume designer and fashion visionary known for her work with “Sex and the City” and “The Devil Wears Prada” exhibited the “ArtFashion” collection at the White Dot Gallery in Wynwood during Art Basel. We met with the Oscar-nominated designer during the pre-Basel event #WhatSheSaid at the W Fort Lauderdale to chat about her inspiration, best memories and what’s to come.
After compiling a remarkable 22-2 record in professional kickboxing including nine knockouts, Jarrell Miller made the decision to focus on professional boxing in the heavyweight division at age 19. As of January 2017, Miller remains unbeaten in boxing with an astonishing record of 18-0-1, including 16 knockouts.
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.
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.
Following the release of “Patriots Day,” a film based on the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings, real-life hero and former Boston Police Commissioner Edward F. Davis will visit FAU’s John D. MacArthur campus as a guest speaker in February.
H.O.W.’s “Time is of the Essence Luncheon” this month will welcome celebrity guest speaker Dr. Jennifer Ashton, a certified OB-GYN, author of three books and ABC medical correspondent. We spoke with Ashton about the mistakes women are making with their health and how they can make a difference today.