Articles Posted by Kerry Shorr
Articles Posted by Kerry Shorr
Nicole Munder brings her gift for event planning to a boutique space off of Worth Avenue.
Here are 19 things to know about cosmetician of clout, Deborah Koepper.
25 things to know about the multi-faceted maven.
25 things to know about the creator of Hampton Water
18 things to know about the local quaintrelle
Interior designer, lifestyle entrepreneur, artist and bon vivant Tracy Stern creates lavish and modern spaces that reflect her passion for bright, juicy hues, convivial prints and lots of razzle-dazzle.
While her days as a Dallas elementary school teacher and First Lady may be in the past, Laura Bush is proving that advocating for kids and putting education first are feel-good efforts that never get old.
While panned as an elitist pastime, chamber music has a rhapsodic charm Michael Finn believes everyone can enjoy.
Design a space of solitude to disappear and decompress
Interior designer Lori Feller transforms a Mediterranean-style home into a contemporary abode with plenty of wow-factors and cool splashes of Miami heat
Buying and selling secondhand affords myriad benefits, like snagging last season’s Chanel single flap leather handbag for 70-percent off or recouping some of the investment spent on a bespoke gown that now fits snugger than O.J. Simpson’s glove. And while some consider consignment and resale “icky,” the $17.5 billion industry, according to a recent profile conducted by D&B Hoovers, has grown into an environmental movement, keeping others’ times-up treasures away from landfills and oxygenating small businesses. Here, four successful consignees share their insider experience for giving consignment a go.
Meet six local students who are changing the notion children should be seen, not heard. From hosting beach cleanups to organizing charity walks and 5K races, these young adults are living proof that Anne Frank was correct when she wrote, “No one has ever become poor by giving.”
by Kerry Shorr Nov 01, 2018 04:50 PM
This year’s Culture & Cocktails series by The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County is going to be legendary. In its 14th year, this season will focus on conversational evenings, hosting the most dynamic fixtures in art, cinema and music, with the theme of “Legends.”
With swanky restaurants, en plein air activities and gold standard attractions popping up every minute, it’s no surprise Palm Beach County is in constant flux. That’s why we’ve assembled a curated, insider-approved list of some of the best things to do, drink, eat and shop right now.
It’s said if you don’t have your health then you don’t have anything. Here, six of the county’s top health and fitness experts weigh in on everything from feeling sexier in your own skin to tippling nutritiously.
by Kerry Shorr Feb 23, 2018 01:18 PM
After months of speculation, the Grandview Public Market officially opened on Feb. 20. Those waiting to get into the renovated, mid-century warehouse for a quick peek, a cup of Rabbit Coffee or a sushi burrito stood patiently in long lines that traced through the parking lot to Grace Street.