Delray Beach Market to open in the spring

Delray Beach’s newest attraction isn’t your run-of-the-mill food hall. It’s a community destination for art and events. The Delray Beach Market is scheduled to open this spring in downtown Delray, becoming the largest food hall in Florida. The $60 million project from Delray Beach-based Menin Development and Clique Hospitality at 33 SE Third Ave. draws

The Gift of Giving: Caitlin Stella and David Jobin

Caitlin Stella CEO, Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital Backstory: Stella joined the renowned South Florida pediatric hospital in the summer of 2018 after serving as chief administrative officer for University of California at Los Angeles Mattel Children’s Hospital. In addition to the American Heart Association, her personal philanthropic interests include local nonprofits that serve the needs

Caitlin Stella
South Florida Hanukkah Delights

MK Takeaways The ghost-kitchen concept delivers straight to you with a menu inspired by co-owners’ Michael and Karen Stanley’s Hanukkah trip to Israel last year. Menu: 8 Days of Sufganiyot offers a selection of jelly and cream-filled donuts Raspberry Lemon Pie; Dulce & Dulcey; Vanilla Bean Crumble; Blueberry Coconut; Matcha & White Chocolate; Appley Ever

A&E Roundup: History Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton Museum of Art and more

Art is Business. Business for the Arts Broward hosts a free virtual talk with international artist and sculptor Nilda Comas as part of its Arts Mean Business Speaker Series. The Puerto Rican native’s career has spanned nearly 50 years, highlighted by exhibitions around the country as well as the United Kingdom and Italy. Dec. 16,

Fran Drescher in Living Color

Though her successful television career in sitcom comedies, along with her unmistakable staccato laugh, suggests that she understands how to find the humor in situations, Fran Drescher is the first to share that she knows when to take life seriously. Look no further than her association with ColorOnly, the game-changing beauty treatment for which the

Fran Drescher ColorOnly Coral Springs
Restaurants give back in Coconut Grove

Restaurants losing business amidst the shutdowns and restrictions and cash-strapped locals struggling to put food on the table. Filling in the gap with help for both is the Coconut Grove Business Improvement District’s Grove Stove program through which restaurants are paid to provide meals for the community. Through a $150,000 contribution, the Grove Stove program

The Shows Must Go On

The Wick Theatre in Boca Raton raised the curtain on a monthlong run of the musical A Chorus Line back on March 14. After an opening night performance and a Sunday matinee, the production shut down. Roughly 50 miles to the south, on Lincoln Road, Miami City Ballet was rehearsing its Program Four, Don Quixote.

Miami City Ballet performing The Nutcracker
The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach announces new model unit

Few brands conjure images of luxury living like The Ritz-Carlton. Through its hotels and residences throughout the world, the company has made itself synonymous with groundbreaking and unique amenities that attract visitors and residents from all over the world. Case in point: the new model unit at The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach. The unit is

New luxury home community coming to Davie

Those looking for more room for their families may find what they’re looking for at an upcoming Davie neighborhood. Luxury home builder Toll Brothers recently acquired the final eight home site at Stillwater Shores. Sales for the single-family home community will begin Dec. 12. The gated enclave of 20 estate homes, located off Stirling Road, just

Kreps DeMaria Public Relations & Marketing spins into two new agencies

One of Miami’s top PR firms is embracing disruption to create innovation. After almost 30 years of representing Miami’s hotels, banks, law firms, and real estate developments, Kreps DeMaria Public Relations & Marketing announced that it will spin off into two new agencies: Cultivate PR, led by Sissy DeMaria-Koehne, and Israel Kreps PR, led by

Miami Art Week brightens South Florida

We may not be able to enjoy Art Basel this year, but Miami is still celebrating all things art. Check out some of the activities going on below.   Digital Art Month Miami Contemporary and Digital Art Fair (CADAF) Dec. 5-Jan.5 The Contemporary and Digital Art Fair (CADAF) returns to Miami with Digital Art Month, an

Museum of Discovery and Science announces re-opening

Families and discoverers will find excitement this holiday season at the Museum of Discovery and science, which re-opens Dec. 5. The museum will be open to the public on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Sundays from noon to 5 p.m. Among current attractions is the Expedition: Dinosaur exhibit, presented by Joe DiMaggio