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Robin Kerr Drulard

Editor in chief

Robin is a freelance writer, editor, sales and marketing genius and all around great gal! Seriously, her publishing (autocorrected to punishing !) background spans 40 years (!) working with Fairchild Publications, Advanstar Communications and Universal Press in New York, multiple local national and international industry publications and expositions, and the Miami Herald and New You Magazines in Florida. Commercial realtor, artist, coach, volunteer, teacher, learner and traveler.

Latest Articles

Civic Association Report: What’s Happening in Hollywood Hills?

The first post-summer meeting of the Hollywood Hills Civic Association was well attended and exciting, with guest speakers that went beyond the...

October 12 Sunrise 5K to Benefit the Wounded Warrior Project and the Fort Lauderdale Sea Cadets

On October 12, about 500 runners -- hopefully more -- will greet the sunrise at Charnow Park on the Broadwalk for...

The Real Mobsters of Old Hollywood

If Al Capone was actually in as many places in old South Florida as the legends say — and for as many...

Morningstar’s Jewelers — Five Generations of Making the ‘Diamond of the Gold Coast’ Shine

On 20th Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard is a giant mosaic diamond engagement ring.  Is it because Downtown Hollywood, with its canopy...

The North Central Hollywood Civic Association Welcomes New Leadership and a New Voice

Change is afoot at the North Central Hollywood Civic Association. Longtime president Cliff Germano, recently left Hollywood for greener pastures (North...

Hollywood Historical Society — Keeper of the Tales of All Old Hollywood

Jean Morford, Board Member, Researcher, Membership Chair Patti Clempson, Board Member, In-House Local Historian

Highland Gardens Civic Association — Sowing the Seeds for a Better Community

Highland Gardens is a mostly residential subdivision of Hollywood, bounded by I-95 and Dixie Highway, from Pembroke Road to Hollywood Blvd. And judging from...

Shenanigans Hosts Live Mural Painting Event to Support Ocean Conservation

When Shenanigans East needed to spruce up the wall next to its drive-thru window, owners Patrick and Christine Utter knew that a...