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Sean Scott likes good coffee. He is part of that culture that doesn’t mind paying $10 lattes both for a purist’s pleasure and for a good cause. Now, if you love a good cup of coffee—or a great adventure story—you’ll love this up-close look behind one of the most popular…

The House of Blue Leaves, enacted by a talent-stuffed cast, might have been written 40 years ago, but looking at today’s celebrity and fame obsessed culture, it could have been written yesterday. First staged in 1966, American playwright, John Guare’s comic play, The House of Blue Leaves is an absurdist black comedy…

In A Streetcar Named Desire, American playwright Tennessee Williams created characters that bring love and hate to a feverish pitch on the stage. Such is the effect of a magnificent play, so magnificently done. And at Palm Beach Dramaworks, the production is the result of J. Barry Lewis’ searing direction. [As published in West Palm Beach Magazine’s digital edition.]…

Three years ago, I interviewed Mayor Jeri Muoio in her office on 401 Clematis Street. As part of the story I was writing, I accompanied her to an open space in the building where she showed me all the plans she was working on for the city. The oversized map…

Brittany Reilly is not your typical boutique owner. For one, her store, Bohemian Groove on the Move, is not enclosed in a shabby chick enclave but in a 1972 silver Airstream Overlander, which is parked on the lot of Elizabeth Avenue Station in The District—West Palm Beach’s trendy new shopping…

Audrey Farrelli’s tea house in West Palm Beach, which she’s had for almost five years, looks like just what one would imagine a cottage along the Irish coast would be. A place where islanders gather, grow up, and are well-versed in helping people have a good time and make good…

hShe does good hair and make-up. She is an expert on beauty trends and knows Elle and Marie Claire inside and out as if they were her best friends. On the corner of South Dixie Highway and Vallete Way, you’ll find that girl. Now all grown up with a business…

The Spitfire Grill is an incredibly heartfelt folk musical about redemption, but more than anything, it’s a profoundly human story. It’s also a universal experience for people because we all understand longing, yearning, wanting more, and not getting what we want. Best described as a play with music rather than…

August Wilson’s play “Fences” is a must-see. The play brings an energy on stage that’s palpable, never disappoints. The cast of “Fences” give a riveting performance, and Lester Purry’s imposing presence fills the stage with the delivery of his lines that have both comedy and drama in it. Fences is…

The House of Blue Leaves, enacted by a talent-stuffed cast, might have been written 40 years ago, but looking at today’s celebrity and fame obsessed culture, it could have been written yesterday. First staged in 1966, American playwright, John Guare’s comic play, The House of Blue Leaves is an absurdist black comedy…

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