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Thursday, April 18, 2024

WPB Magazine’s New Edition: Spring Issue 2024

Dive into captivating city updates, explore the artistry of Laura Serna and DeShon Allen, and delve into Jonathan Duerr's analysis of local real estate. Plus, journey with Cassadee Pope from her roots to Nashville stardom. Don't miss culinary delights at The Jupiter Grill, as well as insider tips for Palm Beach County staycations and travel ideas for Phoenix.

The most recent issue of WPB Magazine covers a wide range of topics and diverse aspects of West Palm Beach. The magazine features city updates, a profile of a promising local artist, Laura Serna, an analysis of the real estate market in West Palm Beach by Jonathan Duerr, and a spotlight on the multi-talented DeShon Allen.

The cover story highlights Cassadee Pope, the first female winner of The Voice. Although originally from West Palm Beach, she now resides in Nashville. In the article, she discusses her journey in the music industry, her recent performance at the Sunfest Music Festival, and her upcoming projects.

Don’t miss a review of The Jupiter Grill, a well-liked restaurant near West Palm Beach. You can also find some helpful travel tips for staycations in Palm Beach County and discover hidden gems in our
backyard without traveling far, like Crane’s Beach House & Luxury Villas, DADA, Deck 84, and CAMPI. If you’re planning a trip, there is also a destination review for Phoenix, an exciting city in Arizona that boasts indigenous culture, luxurious resorts, and towering saguaros.

Lastly, our new signature cocktail recipe is available for you to try. This expertly crafted cocktail, made with premium ingredients and carefully blended flavors, is a fresh twist on this beloved classic cocktail that will take your taste buds on an unparalleled journey.

This edition includes Adam Revsen’s quarterly insightful column, a crossword puzzle that will challenge your mind and give you the chance to win prizes, and our popular section on seasonal trends–we bring you the latest fashion, food, and lifestyle hacks updates.

Enjoy a good reading!

Read the digital edition for free here or purchase hardcopies at local retailers or online at wpbmagazine.com.

Cover of WPB Magazine’s New Edition (Spring 2024)

WPB Magazine’s new edition is available now with feature stories, arts, entertainment, food, season trends, and more.

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Pedro Penalver
Pedro Penalver
Publisher and founder of WPB Magazine.

Death of a Salesman Revival: In Tune with the Shortcomings of the American Dream

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