Oceans apart but sill united: Celebrating Haitian Heritage and Asian American month

May is Haitian Heritage month but the month also shares its spotlight with Asian American and Pacific Islander month. It is a time carefully picked out on a calendar to celebrate and treasure these cultures. It is important to come together and lift each other’s culture up amid protests for racial equality, an end to police brutality and Asian hate.  And More...

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By Lauren Do Nascimento On Wednesday, March 31st, 2021

Ultimate 5 Squad: The New Avengers

In a time full of uncertainty and unrest, one wishes to have a crime-fighting team of superheroes to restore peace and save the day. This idea isn’t as far-fetched as it seems and a local entrepreneur was able More...

By Online Staff D On Tuesday, January 26th, 2021

Two Boca Raton Girl Scouts Write Recipe Book for Underserved

Kelsey Bonner & Analiesa Chavez Boca Raton, FL —Boca Helping Hands (BHH) will help distribute a new recipe book that two Boca Raton Girl Scouts put together that uses ingredients from the pantry bags More...

By Nadia Gordon On Friday, September 25th, 2020

FAU Palm Beach Book Festival Goes Virtual

Every season the Dorothy Schmidt Colleges of Arts and Letters at Florida Atlantic University hosts the Palm Beach Book Festival. Typically readers are able to meet and greet with acclaimed authors and gain inspiration, More...

By Online Staff D On Thursday, June 7th, 2018

‘Goodbye Danube’ illustrates one family’s struggle for life, love, freedom

Boca Raton, FL – A family and two dozen Hungarian citizens fled their country for Austria to escape a communist regime and start anew in author Rosemary Ryan Imregi’s new historical fiction “Goodbye Danube” (published More...