Find the Perfect Gift Mother’s Day Gift on the Next In Style with The Galleria Free Virtual Series on April 27 at 5 p.m.

Mother’s Day is May 9 and The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale has you covered with a great selection of gifts from the heart for mom! Join host Carlos Marrero and The Galleria’s Melissa Milroy on the next In Style with The Galleria free virtual series on Facebook Live on Tuesday, April 27, at 5 p.m. to get inspired!

In Style with The Galleria, produced by the mall to showcase fashion, beauty, health and other shopping trends/items, is a free virtual series to entertain and inform South Florida audiences during COVID-19 quarantine. This series joins the popular Cooking with The Galleria

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The ultimate guide to April trends 2021

In our Trend Report column, we’re breaking down all the month’s crazes and fads that are actually worth your time. Plus, we’ll find the best and most affordable ways to incorporate them into your own life — because living in style should never feel complicated.

If there ever was a time to get creative and take risks with your style, it would be now.

According to recent guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, fully vaccinated people can gather with other fully vaccinated people indoors, without masks or distancing. Plus, those same individuals can travel freely in the

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River City Roundup: April 5, 2021

Here are some happenings for the first full week of April. If you’re missing local baseball, you can visit the Diamond for a pop-up market, and Virginia Commonwealth University hosts an outdoor play called “The Dentist” that probably won’t hurt a bit. Plus, there’s some colorful outdoor artwork lighting up Short Pump Town Center, the Virginia Holocaust Museum holds a virtual ceremony to commemorate Yom HaShoah, and a furniture and decorative arts sale takes place at the Ellen Glasgow House. Enjoy your week! 

Discover vintage and antique finds and tour one of the few remaining antebellum homes in Monroe Ward

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Saturday 3 April 2021 – The Monocle Minute

If you started a restaurant, what would the concept be? A few of the team were pitching amusing – if bound-to-fail – ideas to each other when our managing editor Tom Reynolds offered up The Toast Office. Not only is it a good name, not only does almost everyone like toast but also, as he pointed out, his raw ingredient costs would be very low (you can see why he’s the managing editor) and you wouldn’t need to hire expensive chefs (as I said, you can see why he’s the managing editor).

He even suggested giving the slices of bread

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Business notes for April 4, 2021

Published: 4/3/2021 1:00:14 PM

Fischer Arts, an art gallery, was recently opened by Iris Fischer-McMorrow of Henniker. It is currently online, and specializes in antique, vintage, and contemporary art inspired by the beauty of the natural world. Fischer Arts has deep roots in the lakes and mountains of New Hampshire, and the business has a  mission grounded by a love for the natural resources around us – in the beautiful state of New Hampshire and beyond. It has a passion for conservation and preservation, and a deep appreciation for art and artisans. A portion of its proceeds are donated to

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