Discovering the Youthful (and Delicious) Side of Boca Raton

Boca Raton is famously known as a retirement community, but the city's younger residents are carving out a culture of their own. The words “Boca Raton" tend to instantly evoke images of retirees who spend their winters on the beach and pastel one-bedroom condos. But ask those who actually live in this South Florida city, … Continue reading Discovering the Youthful (and Delicious) Side of Boca Raton

The Town That’s the Heart of the South Florida Rodeo Scene

Yes, you read that right: the South Florida rodeo scene. South Florida: it’s a place vacationers flock to every year to bask in the sun from beach towels, watch mega yachts on the Intracoastal, and explore the booming nightlife scene. But just 30 minutes west of those world-famous beaches is an unexpected gem, a place where cowboys throw on … Continue reading The Town That’s the Heart of the South Florida Rodeo Scene

Miami Art Week events and installations that will be all over your Instagram feed

Art Basel is here, which means your Instagram game needs to be on point. Whether you’re swimming in a pool of sprinkles at the brand-new Museum of Ice Cream, wandering the Upside Down at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, or traveling through Kanye’s brain at Basel House, there’s no end to the exhibits for you to … Continue reading Miami Art Week events and installations that will be all over your Instagram feed

TAKE A CHEF’S TOUR THROUGH SUNNY ISLES BEACH

This year, the city of Sunny Isles Beach celebrated its 20th anniversary since incorporating. This beach boomtown is a 2-mile stretch of luxe condos, diverse retail and high-end hotels that draw visitors from around the world. Sandwiched between Aventura and Bal Harbour, Sunny Isles put itself on the luxury map with the 2003 opening of Trump International … Continue reading TAKE A CHEF’S TOUR THROUGH SUNNY ISLES BEACH

For Ben Brafman, Becoming A Leader In Mental Health And Addiction Meant Overcoming His Own Obstacles

It was supposed to be a normal day for one of Ben Brafman’s clients. But a simple trip to a meeting ended with the client in jail. The client, who was battling a mental illness, began acting out, which prompted a bystander to call the police. Brafman assured the officers that he just needed a … Continue reading For Ben Brafman, Becoming A Leader In Mental Health And Addiction Meant Overcoming His Own Obstacles

This ‘gas highway’ across the Southeast is angering everyone in its path

When Jeb and Bob Bell’s mother was diagnosed with bone cancer in 1985, she purchased 100 acres of land in Mitchell County, Georgia, to grow timber on. She wanted her sons taken care of if she didn’t make it, and for them to have something they could pass on to their own children. She survived … Continue reading This ‘gas highway’ across the Southeast is angering everyone in its path

How to fix Florida’s unbearable, sewage-driven algae blooms before they get worse

MIAMI—When Nadia Smart and her husband moved from Okeechobee to Stuart, FL, last fall, they were looking forward to spending the summer kayaking and swimming. A year later, they haven’t been able to do any of that. “We bought our house here because we like the beaches, we like the waterways, and we can’t use … Continue reading How to fix Florida’s unbearable, sewage-driven algae blooms before they get worse

This is where orphaned baby elephants go after their parents are killed by poachers

NAIROBI, Kenya—It was October, 2014 on the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya when a tourist saw a horrific sight on the plain. A herd of elephants surrounded a downed female with a poisoned spear wound in her cheek, her face cut open, and her two tusks missing. The elephants mourned their family member—especially a … Continue reading This is where orphaned baby elephants go after their parents are killed by poachers