Embroidered bi-material coat, slingback pumps, Louis Vuitton, Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Boca Raton,; swimsuit, Hunza G,; sunglasses, Saint Laurent, Palm Beach,

Kimberly Stewart is Rock Royalty

Growing up, Kimberly Stewart used organizing as a way to maintain a semblance of structure while touring with her father, Rod Stewart. Now, she’s spun her skills into a bona fide business venture
Solomon fellows Benjamin Thaw, Aidan Taylor, Ben Gao, and Maxime Touboul. Photo by Tom Tracy Photography

Solomon Leadership Program Paves the Way

The program is connecting teens with mentors and providing them with the tools they need to succeed, both professionally and personally.
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.
Butterfly garden

The Butterfly Effect

Philanthropy Tank awarded a grant to GNOME, an high school student-run organization planting butterfly gardens in underserved communities
Photo courtesy of Shea Stockman

Meet the Prince of Print

Shea Stockman is outfitting locals and teaching the art of screen-printing at Cyan Shores, his West Palm Beach-based company
Sophie Meridien has been recognized for her many accomplishments related to the library and books. Photo by CBS 12 News Photographer Chris Pollock

By the Book with Sophie Meridien

The Mandel Public Library of West Palm Beach librarian and novelist helps local kids connect to the stories of their lives.
Gopal Rajegowda and Sunil

Father Figures

Four local men reflect on what it means to be a father and to raise young sons in this moment in time
Chef Jeremy Ford. Photography by Alissa Dragun

Q&A with Chef Jeremy Ford

We chat with the Top Chef season 13 winner about life as a father and a chef

Focus on Water with Project Paradise

Florida’s water woes spring to life in a new documentary produced by Kent Anderson
Photo by CBS12 News Photographer Chris Hinson

Cleaning the Coast with Diane Buhler

The South Florida transplant is healing her heart and home—one bucket of trash at a time