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The Boca Interview (pg. 96)
Pop legend and Miami Beach resident Phil Collins may be enjoying a late-career renaissance, but home, not the road, is where the heart is. Web Extra.
by Sean Piccoli
Chefs Stock Your Pantry (pg. 102)
Three culinary maestros dish on the must-have ingredients for any home kitchen—plus a few things you don’t need.
by Libby Volgyes
Women in Black (pg. 110)
Seasonal fashion begins with a visit to the dark side.
photographs by Ernesto Sempoll
Second Time Around (pg. 118)
Move over, Goodwill: Boca’s upscale consignment shops offer luxury brands at a fraction of their original price.
by Nila Do Simon
Spanish Time Warp (pg. 130)
On your next trip to Spain, skip the touristy metropolises for a sojourn in historic, picturesque Aragon.
by Katie Wilson
Like the city itself, Boca Raton magazine is changing with the times.
by Marie Speed
Our brand-new section offers short takes on the best way to experience South Florida in November. We talk turkey with a top toque, spotlight the best A&E events of the month and uncover bartender secrets. Web Extra.
In this debut department, we showcase what to wear, carry and spray this holiday season.
For some local residents, Boca’s influx of student housing does not make for home sweet home.
Countess de Hoernle set the standard for giving in Boca.
Contributors: Allison Lewis, Randy Schultz, John Shuff, Marie Speed and John Thomason.
In the debut of our Biz department, the developer who gave us Mizner Park shares insights into his latest potential game-changer. We also chat with Palm Beach County’s No. 1 salesman and a local entrepreneur whose business model is up in the air.
by Gary Greenberg and Marie Speed
We break down why our pets really are our best friends, learn self-defense from a former SWAT Teamer and catch up with a philanthropist dedicated to living mindfully. Web Extra.
by Lisette Hilton
Our season preview highlights 30 cultural events through next May, from jazz legends to pinball wizards to an astrophysicist’s take on sci-fi movies. We also discuss the charmed but intense life of a classical dancer with Miami City Ballet’s pint-sized ballerina. Web Extra.
by John Thomason
Your guide to this season’s parties and fundraisers.
Don’t leave home without it! Our comprehensive guide to the best restaurants in South Florida includes reviews of Chanson in Deerfield Beach and Josie’s in Boynton Beach. Plus, our long-time food editor finishes his last supper for Boca Raton.
Reviews by Bill Citara
You might just see some familiar faces in our snapshots from talked-about social events in and around Boca Raton.
by Allison Lewis
Boca’s fashionistas are ready to take on the season.
by Marie Speed
In this month of thanks, the author reflects on the teachers and mentors who’ve had the greatest impact on his life.
by John Shuff