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…

[As seen in West Palm Beach Magazine] The City of West Palm Beach authored its first book and while it is a great marketing tool to reach investors, developers and business owners interested in forming a business relationship, “West Palm Beach: a City on the Move” is also about us—its…

[As seen in West Palm Beach Magazine] Grilled. Spiced. Seared. Small & Large Plates. Avocado Wedges. Avocado Spring Roll. Jumbo Lumpcrab Avocado. Avocado & Crab Toast. Oysters on the 1/2 Shell. Octopus. Chorizo. Nutella Avocado Musse. White. Red. Rosé. Ginger Lime Creme Bruleé. Avocado Grill is that and so much…

[As published in West Palm Beach Magazine’s Winter 2018 Print Edition.] With projects like Clematis Streetscape, Northwood, Currie Park, Brightline Station, CityPlace and US1 redesigns, our city is creating changes that propel us into the future. People have to see change in order to welcome it. And the best way…

[As published in West Palm Beach Magazine.] By Maritza Cosano An aspiring astronaut’s dream is to explore, seek, and find new life and civilizations in other planets, and their training can begin not too far from home. The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium is featuring an interactive exhibit designed…