Preparing for The Big Day

 

You’ve been dreaming about wedding dresses and cake toppers since you were in practically in pre-K, but this is the real world and real decisions have to be made real fast.

Since the average engagement lasts about 16 months, you’ll need to hustle, and unfortunately there’s just no stress like wedding-planning stress, which can turn any blushing bride into a bridezilla.

Thankfully, PBG Lifestyle Magazine is here with a variety of vendors that offer the area’s very best in style, selection and personalized service. More…


On Stage – Maks & Val: Charismatic Siblings Pursue a Lifelong Dream of Dance

 

Their winning smiles, dashing good looks and jovial attitudes make the Chmerkovskiy brothers hard to forget, but it’s the way they command the dance floor that makes them truly unforgettable.

This June, you can watch them demonstrate these finely tuned skills live at the Kravis Center in their breathtaking new show, Maks & Val: Our Way. More…


JVC Broadcasting Brings Life to the Air

 

Misguided critics have been predicting the death of radio for the last 50 years. In the ‘60s, the advent of television was sure to bring it down. The ‘70s brought on the threat of cassettes and 8-track tapes in the car. The ‘80s intimidated with the Walkman, and the meteoric rise of the internet in the ‘90s gave it a scare. Since then, radio has weathered the onslaught of Sirius Satellite, the iPod, internet radio and Pandora. Truth is, radio has shown tenacity and versatility in its evolution. It remains a powerful and consistent consumer choice. Radio is here to stay. More…


Action-Adventure Comedy Showcases Palm Beach County

 

We’re all familiar with the process, even if we haven’t experienced it ourselves. First there’s the exciting announcement, followed by challenges and new experiences along the way, the labor pains, and in the end, a beautiful baby! Sound like a pregnancy and childbirth? For independent film producers Ron and Julia Stone, their baby is named “Ned Venture” – an action-packed, funny family-oriented movie that was filmed almost entirely in South Florida, much of it in Palm Beach County.

“This is our baby,” said Julia Stone. “We’ve nurtured this baby and we’ve had to overcome many obstacles along the way but … we’re here and we have persevered. This moment right now is so beautiful for both of us.” More…

Dr. Civin - Palm Beach Gardens Cosmetic Dentist

Families, teachers, staff and friends of St. Mark’s Episcopal School – 500 strong – turned out to support the school’s musical theater and drama students in their performance of “The Wizard of Oz” in late May.

Twenty-six performers in the seventh and eighth grade brought smiles and gales of laughter to the enthusiastic crowd. More…


Are you thinking that red may not be your color? Think again.

Red, the Steakhouse is an award-winning restaurant created by Brad Friedlander. In 2013, Forbes named this fabulous restaurant one of the “15 Most Memorable Meals” and named one of the top 10 steakhouses in national magazines such as Esquire, Playboy and Food & Wine. More…


When the finely trimmed grass of a golf course, manicured with an engineer’s exactitude, is the backdrop to expressions of joy and gratitude from a quavering voice, and the rays of an early morning sun rebound from the Atlantic water’s edge to a glint in teary eyes, it is barely imaginable to transport yourself to the backdrop of a war-ravaged jungle or the cacophonous streets of Saigon; and it is unimaginable to think that the emotional and physical pain of the Vietnam Era conflict can be salved to any degree by the game of golf. Yet, here we are at the Lost Tree Club in North Palm Beach, fittingly Memorial Day fast approaching and a group is gathered listening – rather mesmerized by – Vietnam veteran Mary Anderson-Kokell.

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Let’s play a game where we take a beloved film and change up something about the characters, setting, premise or outcome and then retitle it to better reflect what happens in the new and improved version of a Hollywood blockbuster. Since you can’t really do this without stepping in front of my laptop, I’ll go first. More…


Do you have a budding fashionista at home who just cannot get enough of shoes?

Say hello to Swicharoos. Designed for girls and teens, Swicharoos turn one pair of sandals into dozens of various styles. Rudy Stonisch, owner of Swicharoos, said his daughter Cate devised the idea, which was then patented in 2013. More…