November 11, 2010 RSS feed / Top News

Chabad sets writing of Torah scroll

Chabad of Palm Beach Gardens will be writing an authentic Torah Scroll from scratch on Nov. 14 at Centre Court at Downtown at the Gardens. More...

Bazaar to benefit Make-A-Wish

An art show and holiday bazaar at the Captain’s Club, located inside the Sugar Cane Island Bistro, will benefit the Make-a-Wish Foundation, Southeast Florida chapter.   More...

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A look at the world of furniture consignment

A new sofa? That’s divine.   But why pay retail when you can buy something that’s been consigned?   That’s the philosophy that’s echoing around northern Palm Beach County.   More...

Plug in to social media at chamber session

Need to learn about social media for your business? The young professionals’ group of the Northern Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce hosts Social Media Mania at the PGA National Resort & Spa on Dec. 1.  More...

What a difference a week makes

MONEY & INVESTING

Whether you’re a Republican, Democrat or simply a person who enjoys tea parties, there can be little spin on election results other than to say the voting was a referendum on the current administration’s policies — and these policie More...

Mayor’s golf tourney to hit $100,00 for veterans

The fifth annual Mayor’s Veteran Golf Classic, hosted by city of Palm Beach Gardens, should meet its goal this weekend of totaling $100,000 in donations for the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in West Palm Beach.   More...

In tough times, philanthropy becomes a “first responder”

GIVING

It’s been a wild ride in the stock market of late and gazing into a crystal ball to gauge the future of investments has become a national pastime. More...

Downtown lighting festival is Nov. 27

Downtown at the Gardens will kick off the holiday at Centre Court on Nov. 27.   The “Downtown Lights Up the Night” event is 6-10 p.m. More...

Concert, free meal on tap for Veterans Day

A concert in Palm Beach Gardens and a free meal at Applebee’s are slated to honor local veterans on Nov. 11.   The city of Palm Beach Gardens will present a Veterans Day ceremony and concert with the U.S. More...

Real Estate News

Furnished offering in Mirasol includes 5 suites, golf membership

A home designed by Paul Courchene, decorated by Mark Michael Interiors and fully furnished, is available in the Mirasol community in Palm Beach Gardens. The house includes five bedroom suites, a library/office and theater room. More...

Realtors survey: Homeowners still see value in their investments

Homebuyers today have affirmed a long-term view of homeownership, the typical seller is experiencing positive returns and the vast majority of homeowners see their property as a good investment, according to the latest consumer survey of homebuyers More...

Bioscience firms get tax credits, grants

Seventy-seven Florida firms — including eight in Palm Beach County — were awarded more than $26 million in federal tax credits or grants under the Qualifying Therapeutic Discovery Project Program for research and development of new produ More...

Arts & Entertainment News

vices: a love story

REFINED, AWARDWINNING ‘VICES’ RETURNS TO CALDWELL THEATRE IN BOCA RATON

I N JULY OF LAST YEAR, THE NEW ARTISTIC DIRECTOR of Caldwell Theatre Company began his tenure with a bold move. More...

Art in the Gardens offers family fun, food

See original art by more than 70 local artists, listen to musical entertainment and sample food from some of the area’s top restaurants during the fifth annual Art in the Gardens, at Midtown.   More...

Mentoring memoir provides joy for the spirit

FLORIDA WRITERS

.. “Eddie and Me” by Saul Cooperman. Intermedia Publishing Group. 256 pages. $15.95   BY PHILIP K. JASON Special to Florida Weekly   More...