Articles Posted by Alyssa Morlacci

by Alyssa Morlacci December 2016 Also on Digital Edition

Bravo’s “Below Deck” star and official captain of this month’s Winterfest Boat Parade in Fort Lauderdale Harold Lee Rosbach talks his favorite charters, destinations and outlandish requests from guests.

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by Alyssa Morlacci November 2016 Also on Digital Edition

South Florida’s Steven LoBue is one of about 30 men in the world who competes in the extreme sport of cliff diving.

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by Alyssa Morlacci October 2016 Also on Digital Edition

At 26 years old, Hector Picard lost both of his arms in a work-related incident. But at 50 years old, the now triathlete will compete in the Ironman World Championship to support the Broward Children’s Center.

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by Alyssa Morlacci May-June 2016 Also on Digital Edition

Jen Glantz, a South Florida native, posted an ad on Craigslist two years ago that completely changed her life.​

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by Alyssa Morlacci February 2016 Also on Digital Edition

Boca Raton's Bruce Gipson recently set out to beat his own 31-year-old record for the fastest time crossing the Atlantic Ocean from Bimini to South Florida in a kayak.

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by Alyssa Morlacci March 2015 Also on Digital Edition

South Florida is making carbonated, locally brewed waves in its bar scene. And at the head of the current is an atypical craft beer distributing rep: Lauren Bowen.

 

Lauren Bowen sits beneath falling vines that decorate the patio awning at Sweet Nectar on Las Olas Boulevard – her blonde, pixie buzz cut and chunky black glasses remnants of her short fashion career. Her hands cup a honey jar filled with a golden liquid, but it wasn’t produced by bees. It was actually made by the company Bowen represents – Harpoon Brewery. And, it’s her favorite craft beer – UFO White.

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by Alyssa Morlacci April 2017 Also on Digital Edition

To open a restaurant, it takes more than inheriting mom’s meatball recipe and finding a deal on a building lease. These three branding, marketing, promotions and social media experts are the overlooked factors in many local eateries’ success.

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by Alyssa Morlacci April 2017 Also on Digital Edition

South Florida abounds with culinary creativity, proving when it comes to food, the sky is the limit. Discover 12 gluttonous, creative and exotic dishes that will wow your eyes and your taste buds.

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by Alyssa Morlacci March 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Interior design talent abounds in South Florida, this is clear. But when our local designers aren't accessorizing an oceanfront condo or mapping plans for an Intracoastal-facing villa, have you ever wondered how they design for themselves? We did. So we asked for a peek inside six local designers' favorite rooms in their own homes.

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by Alyssa Morlacci February 2017 Also on Digital Edition

From Iceland to Baltimore to our very own South Florida, these local couples got engaged in front of beautiful backdrops. Here, they share their proposal stories and photos from the special moments.

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by Alyssa Morlacci February 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Here’s what to expect on a luxurious wilderness retreat that’s—surprisingly—a bit adventurous. 

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by Alyssa Morlacci February 2017 Also on Digital Edition

When two event-designing professionals get married, the celebration is sure to impress.

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by Alyssa Morlacci by Melissa Puppo January 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Ms. United States 2015 Celine Pelofi puts the pedal to the metal sporting vintage 1950s glamour along Palm Beach’s scenic Worth Avenue.

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by Alyssa Morlacci by Melissa Puppo by Amy Woods January 2017 Also on Digital Edition

If our future lies in the hands of our youth, chances are we’ll be A-OK. From entrepreneurs to philanthropists to athletes, these 20 standout youth are making a difference and leaving their mark on our community. 

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by Lyssa Goldberg by Alyssa Morlacci October 2016 Also on Digital Edition

See the word “shark” in a headline or hear it in a television newscast, and it’s sure to grab attention. Few creatures on this planet are as feared yet revered. To help us understand these enigmatic creatures, we spoke with six local shark experts and conservationists, who are working to demystify the behaviors of the ocean’s most popular predators.

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by Alyssa Morlacci October 2016 Also on Digital Edition

We’ve heard of co-working spaces for creatives and startup entrepreneurs, but now the sciences are hopping on the trend. At the forefront is Nova Southeastern University as it welcomes its $100 million Center for Collaborative Research.

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