Anne Beatts died at 74. It was a life well-lived. Although many people may not connect the dots to her comedic influence, her fingerprints are all over the map when it comes to paving roads for other women in the entertainment industry.
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How does a couple properly celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary, besides the usual fancy dinner and gift-giving? How about going back and time and trying to recreate the scene?
Miami-based photographer George Kamper shows how he’s using creativity — and a really large inflatable ball to maintain his sanity in these trying times.
Stephanie Davis, aka The Downtown Diva, is a fixture on the Southwest Florida arts and social scene. Beloved for her witty and interesting regular columns in Florida Weekly, she also is involved with the Fort Myers theater scene, both on stage and backstage as a director.
Dealing with grief is something we will all most likely experience, yet, we all have different ways of dealing with it. Belenda Cypress of Polk County never saw it coming.
The Tampa area just may be the thrift store capital of the state. But how do you know which ones have what you need?
Bubble wrap as pop art. Who knew? Bradley Hart has found his artistic muse in the pop-pop-pop magic of bubble wrap.
As we celebrate International Women’s Day, we would be remiss not to acknowledge the power and the wisdom of Oprah Winfrey, now 67. She is a rock star in every sense.
We are all not in the same Covid-19 boat of challenges. Everyone, every business, has a different story of struggle to share. In the arts industry, the pain is quite profound.
As she prepares to turn 60, award-winning actress Sela Ward explains why she feels more confident and fearless than ever. She explains how she tapped into those traits for her most powerful role yet: starring as the president of the United States in a major summer blockbuster.
When actor Pierce Brosnan saw a painting of himself that’d been created by an artist who paints with her mouth he knew he had to meet her. So he invited her into his home, where they bonded over their passion for painting, particularly through life’s toughest challenges.
In an instant, Miriam Paré went from being a college art student to a gun-shot victim and quadriplegic. She thought her dreams and aspirations were dead, until she discovered the magic world of mouth painting. Now, James Bond himself is a big fan of her work. She shares her incredible story of hope and inspiration.