BY LIZA STROUT - Hitomi Gilliam, the world's leading edge floral designer, gave a presentation to the Boca Grande Garden Club this Wednesday, demonstrating new techniques in flower arranging and products that have become available in just the last few years.
BY MARY ANNE COLE - If walls could talk, what would the walls of the Beverly Hills Hotel have to say about the comedy of human relationships?
New and unusual two and three-dimensional works of five select Boca Grande artists will be featured at the upcoming seventh annual show, Art on Banyan: Five Women Exhibit at the Boca Grande Art Alliance Center.
BY MARCY SHORTUSE - Imagine a world where your primary focus is your next meal or, even worse, your child’s next meal. Where the only thing over your head at night is a thin piece of fabric, and your children sleep on the ground. There is no assurance of clean water, of proper clothing or a roof over your head in Haiti, and that is where the Boca Grande branch of Food for the Poor/Hope for Haiti traveled to last month.
The dance floor was packed under the tent on Saturday, Feb. 2 as the Boca Grande Historial Society held their first Bayou Blast ... and it may not be the last.
BY LIZA STROUT - Del-Bourree Bach is one of a rare breed. He is a full-time artist. It all began in Plainfield, N.J. “I had a nice, middle class upbringing,” said Del. No regrets, no traumas, it was very average.”
Smart Studio presents “Dueling Brushes” mother/daughter artists Wini Smart and Gail Cleveland team up to paint the popular icons of Boca Grande, each in her own individual style.
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