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WPB Magazine’s New Edition: Spring Issue 2023

Art, entertainment, culture, travel reviews, dining, and interesting feature stories to explore and discover the best of West Palm Beach this spring.

The spring 2023 issue is available now. There are plenty of feature stories in WPB Magazine’s new edition. These include art, entertainment, culture, travel, dining, and feature stories to explore and discover the best of West Palm Beach and beyond.

You can read the digital edition for free here. If you are not a subscriber and want hard copies of this issue, they can be purchased here.

Here’s a recap of what you can find in the spring issue:

In the cover feature, meet Tracy Guiteau, one of Northwood’s newest gallery owners. Guiteau likes the community vibe in Northwood Village, the mom-and-pop businesses that bring people together for art, poetry readings, and life celebrations.

On exhibit now at Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens is Harry Benson: Picturing History. We spoke with photographer Harry Benson, who has taken famous pictures of everyone from the Beatles to Presidents.

MADE IN WPB, a City on the Move | The Sequel, is a follow-up of a story that Maritza Cosano wrote “West Palm Beach: a City on the Move” Tells our Story. In this story, WPB Magazine talks to key players in charge of the explosive economic growth West Palm Beach is experiencing and the dynamic of where the city is heading to.

Don’t miss a review of Isla & Co., the newly opened Australian, all-day café in West Palm
Beach located at Grandview, the industrial-style market on Clare Ave. Discover this new concept which is creating an approachable dining destination in an elevated environment.

Making plans for a getaway this summer? How about the twang of luxury, the Guitar Hotel just an hour away from West Palm Beach? Sandra Schulman will give you a fantastic tour of what to do at the resort.

WPB Magazine's spring 2023 edition
Cover of the spring 2023 issue. (Photo by Addiel Perera)

And there’s a lot more to read: Adam Revsen’s quarterly column, season trends, crossword puzzle, recipes, and much more.

WPB Magazine is a must-read for fans of cultural experiences and things to do in West Palm Beaches. It is the premier local lifestyle publication in West Palm Beach. It is distributed on newsstands across the city and through online subscriptions. The magazine offers locals and visitors a look at the lifestyle of West Palm Beach (and the Palm Beaches), things to do, and places to visit.

You can read the digital edition for free here. Hard copies can be purchased online here.

WPB Magazine’s spring 2023 edition

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A New Era Begins at the West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority

As Teneka James-Feaman steps into her new role, she brings a wealth of experience and a proven track record of enhancing the downtown community.

Carmela Coffee: A Hidden Gem in West Palm Beach

Discover Carmela Coffee, a cozy and pet-friendly café in West Palm Beach that offers delicious coffee and food.

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While change is inevitable, we hope that CityPlace will always remain committed to being a symbol of community connection and cultural celebration.