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

Ten Fun and Artsy Things to Do in Hollywood

Got Art? Want Art?  Need your fix of Seeing, Hearing, Doing or Making Art?  Hollywood's Got Art! To see and experience amazing art, there...

Beam Furr Named Honorary Chair for Hollywood’s Diamonds in the Rough Golf Tournament

Hollywood's Diamonds in the Rough, Inc. has announced that Broward County Mayor and District 6 Commissioner Beam Furr will be the host and Honorary...

The Beachcombers Bring Centuries of Music Making to the Hollywood Broadwalk

Between them, the musicians of the Beachcombers have hundreds of years of experience in making music.  Maybe thousands, if you count all the Beachcombers...

FirstLantic: Offering Peace of Mind in Home Health Care since 2000

Perhaps you have an aging parent who needs some help in order to stay at home and take care of themselves. Or maybe it’s...

CanadaFest for 2019 Moves To ArtsPark Weekend of Feb 8

The 36th edition of CanadaFest will be held for the first time at ArtsPark in Hollywood, on Feb 8-10 10, 2019.   Previously held in January...

Vintage South Florida Festival Returns to Hollywood

Sunday, February 17 will mark the triumphant return to downtown Hollywood, after a 10-year hiatus, of Vintage South Florida, an all-day event celebrating the...

Q & A with Former Hollywood Mayor Peter Bober

Most of us know Peter Bober as the former Mayor of Hollywood.  Bober served from 2008 to 2016, and as a City Commissioner from...

History of T.Y. Park: Hollywood’s Gathering Place for Half a Century

PHOTOS COURTESY OF HOLLYWOOD HISTORICAL SOCIETY Over a half-century ago, on the north side of Sheridan Street just west of the I-95 highway -- which...