Articles Posted by Amy Woods
Articles Posted by Amy Woods
The Executive Women of the Palm Beaches Foundation has tapped Lara Logan, a TV personality whose name is synonymous with CBS News, as keynote speaker for the April 17 Women In Leadership Awards.
Tracy Butler, director of education at the Kravis Center, says the performing arts hall’s education programs change lives. Funded by the Palm Beach Wine Auction and aimed at elementary- and high-school students, they enable youths to tap into their creativity.
Liv Vesely, president of Jupiter Medical Center Foundation, balances the demands of a $300-million campaign, an upcoming Ironman race and an 8-year-old daughter.
Jillian Michaels of “The Biggest Loser” made the audience laugh out loud—and look within—during a powerful presentation at PGA National Resort & Spa.
Stephanie Cassatly is a first-time author with a telling tale of forgiveness titled Notice of Release, which chronicles the fatal shooting of the Jupiter resident’s mother and the research-rich road to redeeming the dying killer.
Ashley Busch has begun bumping, hooking and knocking now that the start of polo season in the Palm Beaches has arrived. The 27-year-old team leader of Altair Polo plays her first match this month at the Grand Champions Polo Club in Wellington.
Mariel Hemingway will share her secrets to success with the sold-out crowd at KidSanctuary Campus’ fashion-meets-philanthropy fundraiser next month.
Born and raised in North Palm Beach, local lawyer Steve Mathison cares for a community coming of age as large-scale developments unfold.
New Yorker-turned-Palm Beacher Judith Ripka is a jewelry designer for the stars who celebrates the 40th anniversary of her eponymous brand this year.
Dr. David Lickstein spent eight post-graduate years developing the sensibilities and skills a plastic surgeon needs to provide patients with a personal and professional approach.
Meet eight TV personalities who deliver the morning, afternoon and evening news to homes throughout Palm Beach County.
Planning a wedding can turn the most calm, cool and collected of brides into sleep deprived ones dithering about the details—and rightly so. The bonds of matrimony are not to be taken lightly, and neither is the ceremony leading up to them nor the reception that follows.
Dad’s workplace is a thing of the past. Today’s companies are evolving rapidly as millennials dictate new working conditions brought about by social media, technology and the importance of personal time.
Revelers looking for what to do and where to go during the biggest nocturnal celebration of them all have a lot of options in Palm Beach County. These fêtes include everything from face painting, to fine dining, to fireworks, making the momentous move to 2018 a memorable one.
Few aspire to own tens of thousands of square feet with beat-up buildings in an industrial area of West Palm Beach. But when an investor bought it, big ideas began to sprout from dilapidated buildings, leading to a promising project that will redefine the local retail, restaurant and recreational experience.
Spa & Wellness Month has arrived. For the second year during the month of October, Discover The Palm Beaches, in conjunction with local salons, spas and health and wellness centers, will present promotions of the most pampered persuasions. To celebrate, we’ve rounded up some of the most innovative, trending treatments offered in the Palm Beaches.
We’ve been polling Jupiter Magazine and The Palm Beacher readers since fall on everything from their favorite beaches to the best brunch spots. The tallies are in! Everyone knows Palm Beach County has a lot to offer. But now, we present the definitive guide to the best of the best.
The Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation and Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals have formed a fundamental bond that benefits little ones in Palm Beach County and beyond by ensuring first-class health care.
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