Fourth generation firefighter Rhoda Mae Kerr launched her career in Fort Lauderdale. And after being the first female fire chief in two other cities, she does it again as she returns where it all started.
Boca Raton local, chronic illness blogger and patient advocate Ilana Jacqueline published a self-help book this spring.
As an undefeated world champion boxer, Laila Ali knows what it means to work hard, stay motivated and keep negativity at bay. As Muhammad Ali’s daughter, she has led a surprisingly normal, and at times even difficult, life. Sharing her ups and downs, the South Florida native is inspiring us all to fight for our dreams and successes.
After nearly two decades in her dream job, Laura Saltman experienced a handful of losses that derailed her old life and forced her to start anew.
Renowned executive chef Blake Malatesta at MIA Kitchen & Bar plans to turn the rustic, dining and drinking sanctuary into a destination for art, cinema and music lovers.
Sheri Daye, a mechanical engineer and competitive spear fisherwoman, gears up for the annual Blue Wild Ocean Adventure Expo in Fort Lauderdale.
To Frances Antonio-Martineau, nothing pairs better with a cold one than art, culture and female empowerment.
While panned as an elitist pastime, chamber music has a rhapsodic charm Michael Finn believes everyone can enjoy.
Celia “CiCi” Turner Zahringer is the newest president of the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, which is celebrating 40 years.
Frank Sinatra’s manager and confidant Eliot Weisman separates fact from fiction in his new book.
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