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[As published in West Palm Beach Magazine’s Summer 2017 edition.] Photos by Maritza Cosano A  writer who writes from the heart is not always easily found in this age of mass produced and often recycled communication. In a rare interview, South Florida writer and creator of the blog “Oh, Dear Drea!” Andrea Duclos talks…

[As published in West Palm Beach Magazine’s Digital Edition.] “The artistic journey is an ongoing process of discovering who you are, and I’m still searching. You may have been dealt an odd hand, but instead of walking away from the game, keep playing. Magical things can happen.” — Charles Busch Since…

[As published in West Palm Beach Magazine’s Digital Edition] Photos: Addiel Photography See, smell, touch, and taste this region’s favorite foods, wines, and other cocktails as you hear about our town’s history. “When in Rome, do as the Romans do,” said Saint Ambrose, a bishop of Milan. Meaning, when you are visiting…

“The serious fiction writer will think that any story that can be entirely explained by the adequate motivation of the characters or by a believable imitation of a way of life or by a proper theology, will not be a large enough story for him to occupy himself with. This…

[As published in West Palm Beach Magazine.com] Photos: Addiel Photography The exhibit caters to Floridians’ love of butterflies and it is a new discovery the whole family will enjoy at The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium. Given our fascination with butterflies, it is rightfully fitting that we would be curious about…

Let’s face it, people love hotels, especially those with overwhelmingly good reviews. We often associate them with the best times in our lives—great vacations or quick getaways to coastal towns with beachfront communities or exotic and historic places. But hardly ever do we expect the same life changing experience in…

[As published in West Palm Beach Magazine.com]   “West Palm Beach is committed to being a leader in shifting away from our dependence on cars and moving toward embracing innovative methods of moving people…” —Mayor Jeri Muoio “Charettes are a good way to engage people into making our city better,” said…

Fort Lauderdale Marriott Pompano Beach Resort & Spa, which is in the vicinity of a cluster of other boutique-style hotels and mainstream restaurants, is an enduring favorite for travelers and locals. By Maritza Cosano [As published in West Palm Beach Magazine.] Most of us at some point or another long…

Subculture Coffee, the up and coming coffee shop on 509 Clematis Street, has a cool, good, and fun vibe; and now they also have a high-quality innovative gadget: a short story dispenser. By Maritza Cosano [As published in West Palm Beach Magazine.] The sights, sounds, rhythms and art continue to…

[As published in West Palm Beach Magazine’s Digital Edition.] Once a sleepy area, Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard is undergoing a real estate makeover, attracting young professionals and millennials. By Maritza Cosano The largest-ever construction undertaking in West Palm Beach since CityPlace broke ground in 1998, the Banyan Cay Resort &…

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