September 22, 2016 RSS feed / Top News

Tender memory begs question: If you don’t like candidates, why vote?

I’ve been thinking a lot about Fay Joyce as of late. Fay was one of the great political reporters of my generation. I got to know her when we both worked at the St. Petersburg Times (now the Tampa Bay Times). More...

Marinelife Center academy to give students field experience

Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s new Marine Science Academy program will provide Palm Beach and Martin County high school students a firsthand opportunity to enhance their education and gain field experience in marine science. More...

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Image is as important as ability to the Infiniti QX80

The Infiniti QX80 takes a long history of a celebrated and capable SUV and adds a dose of luxury. More...

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Masterfully restored El Cid jewel

This historic landmarked El Cid jewel has had its original beauty preserved and enhanced. The property has an artfully restored artist’s cottage. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

FLORIDA WRITERS

Punta Gorda author works for fair, full, informed voter participation

¦ “Make Democracy Work Again: A Blueprint for the 2016 Election and Beyond” by Teresa Jenkins. Book Broker Publishers. 362 pages. Trade paperback, $15.99. More...

GROOVES

A not at all comprehensive survey of some of the best original rock ’n’ roll coming out of South Florida, where to hear it, and discover more of it.

JUST AROUND THE CORNER AND down cover songs bars and beaches, legions of genre-bending musicians are creating work that fuses themes and styles of rock ’n’ roll in new ways. More...

Artist glorifies the ordinary

You may have been mesmerized by reflections on the waterway, but have you ever paused to admire the beauty of an I-95 overpass? How about the back alley view of downtown shops? Until Oct. More...

Coach Jake shares his secrets to being fit as a fiddle at 85

What does 85 look like? For Jake Jacobson, or Coach Jake as many call him, 85 looks pretty darn good. He’s healthy as an ox. More...

Bread and raises

We can’t pinpoint the moment in time when the wage gap experienced by women in the workforce first became a policy issue. It is just one of multiple barriers women face in overcoming gender inequality. More...

The Clinton diagnosis

With the Clintons, mistrust always pays. A couple of weeks ago, Hillary was yukking it up with Jimmy Kimmel over the absurdity of rumors that she was hiding something about her health. Look, she can open a pickle jar! More...

John Marshall Everglades Symposium to address toxic algae, other threats

The Arthur R. Marshall Foundation for the Everglades will host the John Marshall Everglades Symposium from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8, at the Marriott, downtown West Palm Beach, 1001 Okeechobee Blvd. More...

Business News

HALO effect

Tech firm opens 3-D print shop to create everything from models to body parts.

It’s hard to wrap your head around future technology changing so fast that even engineers feel overwhelmed with possibilities. So it is with 3-D printing, which has come to a storefront in Palm Beach County. More...

Opera announces promotion, new hires

Palm Beach Opera has announced a promotion and three new hires. David Walker has been promoted to managing director. More...