September 11, 2019

THE ICE HOUSE

In the late 1800s, ice was valuable cargo. Ships docked in New England ports where large chunks of frozen lake surfaces were cut out, loaded up and covered with sawdust. The ships then made their way down the east coast…
June 5, 2019

HOWIE FRANKLIN: A LIFE IN THE CLOUDS

Howie Franklin spent 29 years in the United States Air Force, reaching the rank of Chief Master Sergeant. 24 years at Andrews Air Force Base in Special Missions Operations. 18 years on Air Force One. 25 years as Operations Manager…
May 27, 2019

ANCHOR BEADS – STYLE + SOUL

If you had asked Amber Godwin 10 years ago what the next decade would bring her, the prediction would have been a bit off. Through some heartache and some faith, she has launched, set and anchored down in her unique—and…
April 10, 2019

SAVING CORAL REEFS WORLDWIDE

By Shea Huse Over the past two years, Szmant has been transitioning from being a researcher and professor to an entrepreneur after she and colleague Dr. Rob Whitehead received a grant from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration which provided…
January 15, 2019

THE FOXES BOXES – EMPOWERING COMMUNITIES

By Lauren Krouse The Foxes Boxes was always designed to empower and connect community. Rachel Bodkin-Fox, co-owns the casual, counter-service restaurant in the Brooklyn Arts District with her husband Randy, a 25-year hospitality industry veteran. They opened the restaurant in December…
November 26, 2018

BEAU RIVAGE GOLF & RESORT – A FAMILY AFFAIR

By Debra McCormick Beau Rivage Golf & Resort is a cohesive, family-run endeavor with Jake Walker at the helm as General Manager, assisted by brother Adam Walker as Director of Operations and mother Ellen Walker as Events Director. “What we want…