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  • Early to Wed: A morning or daytime wedding offers plenty of perks. Here's how to make yours extra awesome

    Early to Wed: A morning or daytime wedding offers plenty of perks. Here's how to make yours extra awesome
    After watching Prince William and Duchess Catherine's recent pre-noon nuptials, you may now be finding yourself intrigued by the notion of I Do's that take place entirely during the daylight hours.
  • Civilized brunch with sweet rolls, bread pudding and granola parfaits

    Civilized brunch with sweet rolls, bread pudding and granola parfaits
    "Brunch is cheerful, sociable and inciting," wrote Guy Beringer in Britain's 1895 Hunter's Weekly, in an article titled "Brunch: A Plea." "It is talk-compelling. It puts you in a good temper, it makes you satisfied with yourself and your fellow beings, it...

    Review: Mission Inn in Howey-in-the-Hills excels at brunch

    Review: Mission Inn in Howey-in-the-Hills excels at brunch
    A lot of trends come and go in the restaurant world, but the Sunday brunch buffet is our leisurely survivor. Restaurants offer elegant to casual a la carte and all-you-can-eat versions, but local resorts and hotels are masters of the experience. It is...

    Dining scene: From rice balls to pesto mahi-mahi

    Dining scene: From rice balls to pesto mahi-mahi
    Sicilian Oven 21170 Saint Andrews Blvd., Suite #9, Boca Raton, 561-750-9772, SicilianOven.com This traditional Italian chain, founded in 2008 in Lighthouse Point, has opened its fourth location — its first in Palm Beach County — in the...

    Erika Ettin: Asking questions may be answer for online profiles

    Have you ever read one of those online dating profiles that just goes on and on and on? It's like a self-indulgent soliloquy you'd think was meant for performing a one-man show. And it's not like this person is trying to engage the reader at all....