A professional dot-connector, Boca Raton’s Greg Shugar created The Tie Bar and Thread Experiment after identifying two holes in the men’s fashion industry.
Ben Brafman, founder of Guardian Behavioral Health Foundation and three other programs—soon to be four—dedicates his life to serving those facing mental illness and addiction.
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.
Boynton Beach’s Lori Royce is letting people, instead of walls, dress in her art with wearable creations.
Deborah Silver is a singer and philanthropist who has a heart for helping others. With the recent launch of her organization SLAM ALS and her second studio album, “The Gold Standards,” she’s using her passions for something greater than herself.
South Florida’s Steven LoBue is one of about 30 men in the world who competes in the extreme sport of cliff diving.
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.
Ellen Latham took the Pilates studio she ran from the spare room in her Pembroke Pines home and made it the multimillion-dollar company that is Orangetheory Fitness.
When Victoria Fedden’s parents went to prison, the Fort Lauderdale resident decided to take her reality and make lemonade—by writing her memoir This Is Not My Beautiful Life.
It was all fun and games for Hall of Fame baseball player Mike Schmidt until he was diagnosed with stage 3 melanoma at age 63.
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