October 12, 2017 RSS feed / Top News

‘Dreyfoos in White’ event set for Oct. 21

With a secret location to be revealed to guests at 4 p.m. the day of the event, the Dreyfoos School of the Arts Foundation presents “Dreyfoos in White,” to be held at 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 21. More...

Oxbridge seniors named national merit scholarship finalists

Oxbridge Academy seniors Jack Maloney of Delray Beach and Brian Reinhart of Palm Beach Gardens have been named National Merit Scholarship Finalists by the College Board. More...

Grandma’s Place to host holiday season fundraiser

Grandma’s Place, the only emergency shelter for children removed from their homes by the Department of Children and Families, will hold its third annual luncheon at The Beach Club in Palm Beach at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 28.  More...

FLORIDA WRITERS

Terror thriller balances momentum, restraint

The fourth David Slaton novel keeps Ward Larsen on top of the spy thriller mountain. While it works well as a standalone novel, readers who know the series will gain even more from their longer exposure to Slayton’s character, skills and past. More...

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HEALING HEARTS

Veterinary coronary center recognizes that pets are no longer just ‘pets.’

When Giovanni Di Stadio’s beloved Shih Tzu Bella developed congestive heart failure, he searched everywhere for a veterinarian who could repair his dog’s faulty heart valve and possibly save her life. More...

MONEY & INVESTING

It’s not yet time to invest in Puerto Rican debt

There is no doubt that the stock market has enjoyed the Trump presidency. Equities have risen to new highs day by day. But the flip side to this euphoria has been sudden and sometimes dramatic short-term volatility caused by the president.  More...

Florida Weekly names new publisher

Florida Weekly has named a new publisher for its Palm Beach County editions.  Melissa Barton will oversee the business side of operations, including sales, marketing and circulation for the two papers, which launched in 2010 with a Palm Beach G More...

The Arc of Palm Beach County to unleash WILD Pants Party

The Arc of Palm Beach County is hosting its eighth annual WILD Pants Party at The Gardens Mall from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 20, featuring men dressed in the latest fashions. More...

ON THE LINKS

Treasure Coast Senior Tour speaks to cameraderie of players

Jerry Tucker, Mike San Filippo and Mark Mielke were declared co-champions — or should it be tri-champions? — at the Treasure Coast Senior Tour’s 14th annual Tour Championship. More...

Community Foundation announces $1.6 million in grants

The Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties granted almost $1.6 million to nonprofit organizations in 2017. More...

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Infiniti Q60: A touch of familiarity and a ton of power

If you’re a fan of Infiniti, this is the car you’ve been rooting for them to build. The company has consistently been building sporty and solid luxury machines, but the 2017 Q60 Red Sport 400 feels like the ultimate evolution. More...

Real Estate News

Island contemporary classic

This unique island contemporary estate, spanning over 9,000 square feet, is now available in exclusive Point Manalapan. This custom estate, at 1675 Lands End Road, was built with the finest materials. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Focused on quality

Photographic Centre opens season with its annual members’ show

PHOTOGRAPHY HAS GONE THROUGH immense changes in a short amount of time.  The 19th-century pinhole cameras’ use of lights’ reaction to chemicals capturing silhouettes is a far cry from our modern-day use of digital technology.  More...

Science Center exhibit journeys to space

They say that in space, nobody can hear you scream. And that’s a pity. Because the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium says its “Astronaut” exhibition is out of this world. More...

HAPPENINGS

West Palm scavenges at Bamboozle

Season has officially arrived, my friends, and there is lots to do! Bamboozle, West Palm Beach’s first and only adventure-style scavenger hunt, takes place from 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14. More...