In The Magazine

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2012

Table of Contents

Features

Let the Debate Begin

By: Kevin Kaminski and Marie Speed

Boca Raton presents an insider’s guide to the local event of the year as Lynn University prepares to host to the final presidential debate of the 2012 campaign season.

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Pursuit of a Poltergeist

By: John Thomason

The paranormal chase is on for teams of local investigators who visit haunted houses and spooky venues in search of supernatural phenomena in South Florida.

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Center of Attention

A mischievous model, reveling in the latest fall fashion, has the night of her life after hours inside Town Center at Boca Raton.

Photography By: Billy Coleman

Articles

Currents:

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

Shop - Must-have school style; back-to-work wear

Body - Local specialty workouts for kids and teens; nutritional tips

Home - The latest trends in South Florida bathroom design

Travel - French lessons on the island of St. Barts; local travel buzz

A&E - The next big thing in radio; catching up with a rock photographer

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Florida Table:

Grab some drawn butter and mustard sauce as we crack the case on lobster and stone crabs in the fall edition ofBoca Raton’s expanded culinary section. In addition, we check out the local restaurant scene and kick off football season by putting chicken wings to the Challenge.

Faces:

Meet a local photographer who honors the spirit of breast cancer survivors, the new school board superintendent, and a heavily tattooed Boca artist renowned for her needle work.

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Q&A:

Commentator, author and part-time Delray Beach resident Dick Morris weighs in on the upcoming election, the Clintons, and his life in the political arena.

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Our Town

Spend time with the local people who make our community so special—including a firefighter on the front lines during 9/11, a recent Diamond Award recipient, and the founder of a nonprofit that gives adults with disabilities a chance to shine in the workplace.

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