Kelly Leary At Revolution Dating is Making Matches and Changing Lives

 
Kelly Leary | Revolution Dating | Palm Beach Gardens Dating Service

“This is a private practice; we run our office like a law firm or a doctor’s office. Our staff is well versed in the true spirit of matchmaking, which is a science.”
~Kelly Leary

Kelly Leary’s happily effusive personality seemingly knows no bounds, and that is wonderful news for the clients of Revolution Dating. Her always stylish appearance is additionally cloaked in warm smiles, and welcomes entrants into an exclusive club with a single-minded motivation: to bring people together.

Freeway of Love
Inside Revolution Dating’s PBG offices, you will be drawn to a wall of success stories; there are magazine and newspaper clippings extolling Leary’s success and her clients’ journeys to love. This year marks Leary’s silver anniversary as a matchmaker, which will be celebrated in style by Revolution Dating and their clients.Integrity, attention to detail and a professional staff have pioneered the way for Leary and Revolution Dating to become the unrivaled experts and “go-to” service to navigate the tall grass of love.

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ArtiGras Ages Gracefully: 31st Installment to Bring 85,000 to Abacoa

 

In 1985, MacGyver and Moonlighting aired on prime-time television, Back to the Future and The Breakfast Club drew throngs of movie-goers, and Tears for Fears, The Thompson Twins and Wham! rotated on the radio. The iconic year also saw Coca-Cola shock its faithful when the company changed formulas. Then, Microsoft altered the technological universe with the release of the first version of Windows. In Key West, treasure hunter Mel Fisher found the Spanish galleon Nuestra Señora de Atocha 40 miles offshore, and a few months later in the North Atlantic, an expedition team located the wreck of the Titanic 375 miles southeast of Newfoundland.

That same year, Palm Beach County kicked off the inaugural ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival. More…


Meng’s Acupuncture Medical Center: Getting to the Root of the Matter

 

It’s hard to believe that Dr. YanHong Meng just had a baby. The svelte licensed acupuncturist and traditional Chinese medicine practitioner practices what she preaches. Not only is she a doctor, she’s an acupuncture patient.

Meng shed nearly 45 pounds just four months after giving birth to a baby boy in May. With her glowing skin, shiny hair and perky personality, she’s her own walking billboard advertisement attesting to what acupuncture can do: provide balance and radiant health. More…


Revel in Florida’s Rich History at the Flagler Museum

 

She stands boldly, one hand on her hip with chin raised and head tilted slightly to one side, as if inviting the viewer to beg an introduction. Her gown, exquisitely feminine and a bit daring, is offset by dark, upswept hair with a few escaping tendrils as if it, too, cannot be constrained by propriety. She is Nellie McCormick Flagg and her magnificent painting is on display through mid-April at the Flagler Museum as part of the exhibit, Beauty’s Legacy: Gilded Age Portraits in America, organized by the New-York Historical Society.

“She is full of attitude,” laughed Tracy Kamerer, chief curator at the Flagler Museum. “Her portrait is compelling because the artist captured so much spirit and personality!” More…


Frigate’s Waterfront Bar & Grill: An Oasis of Culinary Delights

 

Arriving at Frigate’s Waterfront Bar & Grill by boat offers all the amenities of a Key West dockside eatery – from the stunning water views to a delectable South Florida menu – and it’s a much shorter commute to North Palm Beach.

A large, elevated open-air pavilion containing a rectangular bar offers numerous TVs perfect for game night. Private tables with sun-blotting umbrellas pepper the stone terraces for patrons arriving by water. More…

Dr. Civin - Palm Beach Gardens Cosmetic Dentist

In March 2015, Quantum Foundation, a private organization that funds health projects in Palm Beach County, challenged the minds of computer programmers to help create a technology-based solution for real and current social issues, in a two-day hackathon at FAU’s Tech Runway. Teams had to meet with nonprofit organizations to discuss actual occurring problems and do their best to put their technological expertise toward solving this issue. The winning team, Tech Garage, created an app that seeks to offer resolution in feeding the hungry and prevents wasting food from restaurants, country clubs and catering services. This easy-to-use app just might boost social change. More…


The storied oceanfront hotel on Palm Beach that owes its existence to railroad pioneer Henry Flagler kicked off 2016 by celebrating its 120th anniversary.

The Breakers opened Jan. 16, 1896, on a prime piece of real estate in a budding winter-resort destination for the wealthy. It initially operated as the Palm Beach Inn and, at the time, was hailed as the grandest hotel in the world. In 1901, the landmark changed its name because Gilded Age guests repeatedly requested rooms “down by the breakers.” More…


Michelle's-blog-311Erin McGould happened to be at the right place at the right time; as they say, there are no such things as coincidences.

In 2014 this North Palm Beach philanthropist and mother of three was attending a conference that presents the very latest in medical advances in women’s health:

A Woman’s Journey.

“I was sitting at the luncheon at the 2014 A Woman’s Journey with a doctor from Johns Hopkins,” said McGould, “And I asked her if she had ever heard of trigeminal neuralgia, because that’s what my dad had, and she said, ‘You need to see Dr. Michael Lim at Hopkins.’”

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Unless you have avoided airports completely for the past decade, you know that air travel is not what it used to be. The long lines, lack of legroom and the general decline of service and passenger etiquette have been written about and lamented for as long as “food for purchase” and humiliating scans and pat downs came and slapped us into our current state of misery. On the rare occasion you get rewarded with TSA pre-check you almost always certainly get punished with being put in the last boarding group just to keep you humble. There is no rest for the weary traveler. More…


In fashion, this is the year to go bright, bold and beautiful!

With prints, “floral patterns and jewel-toned colors,” structural solids and layering still dominating the runways, designers are also pushing stripes in colors like yellow, blue, orange, green and violet to “dazzle you into spring 2016.” (Harper’s Bazaar)

The top designers are giving the public what it wants with creations that are showing romantic, eye-catching and ornate fashions, including all-over sequins, full sleeves, and high-gloss schmaltz in casual elegance. More…