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The student chefs who put together the menu for the Children’s Home Society Ultimate Dinner Party. Photo by Capehart

Aspiring Chefs Thrive at Culinary Arts Academy

Students at Lake Worth Community High School receive professional culinary training and guidance from industry leaders
Gulfstream Goodwill Industries’ new executive chef Kevin Bell is helping to shape futures in the culinary field.

Chatting with Chef Kevin Bell

Gulfstream Goodwill Industries’ new executive chef is on the move and helping to shape futures in the culinary field
Food blogger and Boca Raton resident Maya Krampf turned a personal quest for improved health into a winning recipe for success. Photo courtesy of Wholesome Yum

Meet the Local Behind The Wholesome Yum

Food blogger and Boca Raton resident Maya Krampf turned a personal quest for improved health into a winning recipe for success
Katherine van Dell and Sebastian Clarke have brought their expertise in auctions and antique appraisal to West Palm Beach. Photo by Tory Benoit

Q&A with Sebastian Clarke and Katherine van Dell

The Antiques Roadshow appraisers size up people’s prized possessions with a keen eye for the extraordinary
The Witches of Delray Charity Bike Ride returns October 28. Photo by Ethan Dangerwing, Masterwing Creative

A Wicked Ride Returns to Delray Beach

The Witches of Delray Charity Bike Ride, benefiting Achievement Centers for Children & Families, will take place October 28
The Russells enjoy myriad outdoor pursuits with friends and family, including hunting and fishing. Photo by Nick Mele

Cheney Family Values

For Cheney Brothers CEO Byron Russell and his wife, Laura, the road to success is paved with hard work and integrity
Educator of the Year finalists, clockwise from far left: Kristina Hambrock, Adina Kerr, Megan Jones, Pranati Kumar Skomra, and Wes Lowe. Not pictured: Kate Sheridan. Photography by Carrie Bradburn

Meet the 2022 Educator of the Year Finalists

These six educators are dedicated to creating inclusive learning environments where students feel free to express themselves.

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