In The Magazine

MARCH/APRIL 2012

Table of Contents

Features

Case Closed

By: Marie Speed

John Walsh, host of “America’s Most Wanted,” speaks to Boca Raton about the final chapter in son Adam’s murder case and how dealing with an unspeakable nightmare led to a lifetime of activism on behalf of children.

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Odd Jobs

By: Lee Garris

Entrepreneurs in and around Boca have developed businesses that, in some cases, defy description. Meet the innovative owners of some of the area’s most intriguing services.

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Zen and Now
Spring fashion soars amid the tranquil outdoor splendor at Delray’s Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens.
photography by Danny Cardozo.

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Articles

Currents: 

Boca Raton keeps you connected to South Florida with the latest trends, tips and news in five categories.

Shop - Navigating the retail gems at Royal Palm Place

Body - The latest fitness innovations; managing allergies

Home - Jazzing up your sleeping quarters with bedside table decor

Travel - The Ritz redefines luxury in Cancun; exploring St. Pete

A&E - A familiar face at Delray’s Arts Garage; the latest cultural news. For more, click here.

Florida Table:

Lamb dishes take center stage as Boca Raton’s expanded culinary section celebrates spring. In addition, we check out the local restaurant scene and put Cobb salad to the Challenge.

Faces

Meet a local couple responsible for a throwback green market, the founder of a charity that, with the help of an area school, is helping the people of Uganda, and a legendary journalist still shooting from the hip.

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Our Town

Spend time with the local people who make our community so special in our expanded Our Town section—including a community health center advocate, an authority on Jewish rock stars, an award-winning and straight-talking songwriter, and a family making a difference through a charity that honors their daughter—one of the Lynn University students who died in the Haiti earthquake.

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