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Category Archives: Florida Living

Hidden Gems and Antique Stores in Micanopy, Florida

During a recent trip to Gainesville, I had the opportunity to check out the numerous Antique Stores in Micanopy, Florida. There were a few antique stores that stood out among the rest, and one in particular that took my breath away! I thought for…


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Refreshing your creativity

Often, just being in a creative environment will inspire you and refresh your creativity. The power of stepping away from your work is well documented.

Last evening, I had the pleasure of people watching, window shopping and just breathing in the beautiful fresh air in…


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North Palm Beach Resident Art Show – A Splendid Success!

The North Palm Beach Resident Art Show awards ceremony was held on March 15, 2018. The Obert Room at the North Palm Beach Library was overflowing with artists, guests, and friends from the community.

The judges for the event were Mayor Aubrey, Cynthia Maronet, Karla…


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North Palm Beach Resident Art Show

The first North Palm Beach Resident Art Show is currently on view in the Obert room of the North Palm Beach Public Library!

The show features paintings, drawings, photography, sculptures, stained glass, jewelry, and mixed media art, by artists residing in North Palm Beach. All…


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Art Show “Continuum” in City Place

There is always so much going on in West Palm Beach with the Convention Center and Cityplace in close proximity  We have been busy visiting the art shows in the downtown district

This past weekend we attended the Pop up show Continuum at City Place….


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Palm Beach Antique & Design Center

Antique Row is located in the heart of West Palm Beach on South Dixie. It is a very exciting district with fabulous antique and vintage shops, funky restaurants and a design center.

We love to visit this area  often as possible. I am always amazed…


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Recharging in the Florida Springs

Florida has 33 first-magnitude springs, including such well-known swimming holes as Rainbow, Weeki Wachee and Wakulla Springs. There are between 100 and 200 second-magnitude springs statewide, discharging anywhere from 6.5 million to 64 million gallons of water per day.

Florida’s springs provide immeasurable natural, recreational and economical…


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