January 27, 2011 RSS feed / Top News

Robb & Stucky hosts fundraiser

The Robb & Stucky fundraiser for Cancer Alliance is Feb. 17 in Palm Beach Gardens.  More...

Florida philanthropy should provide leadership for positive change

Philanthropy is an important source of funding for local communities throughout the state of Florida. More...

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North county chamber kicks off science programs

The Northern Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce will host a new series of monthly programs promoting the north county life science cluster beginning Feb. 1 at Frenchman’s Reserve in Palm Beach Gardens.  More...

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Business News

Franchise featuring buff butlers opening soon in Boca Raton

It's bold. It's cheeky. And it's oh, so British. We're talking Butlers in the Buff. No Jeeves — he'd just bring up the rear at auditions. No tux. No polishing silver, either. A bowtie? Yes. And maybe some cuffs. An apron? Well, that about covers it. More...

Before seeding your portfolio, watch commodities

Through last spring and early summer, the prevailing belief was that the North American 2010 summer crop of wheat, corn and soybean could be recordsetting. The first six months of 2010 saw an approximately 20 percent decline in grain prices. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

MEL BROOKS SPEAKS FRANKLY

YOU’VE PROBABLY NEVER THOUGHT of the musical “Young Frankenstein” as dinner theater, but Mel Brooks sounds like he has.  More...

5th Jupiter brewers fest includes family event

Fran Andrewlevich, founder of the Jupiter Craft Brewer’s Festival, is super excited. He speedtalks. “This is going to be great. More...

Lifestyle museum celebrates Ken’s 50th birthday

Egad.Egad Ken gets his AARP card this year. The Ken doll was introintroduced by Mattel in 1961961 as the boyfriend of Barbie, the Teen- AgAge Fashion Model. He is ttwo years younger than his gal-pal. More...

Traffic remains snarled on the road to Prosperity

That eastbound commute on PGA Boulevard.  You’ve almost come to hate it.  Traffic is heavy, and PGA is under construction at Prosperity Farms Road.  The center turn lanes are hard to see and the side lanes are piles of rubble.&n More...

Robert Stickle voted Jupiter doctor of the year

Jupiter Medical Center’s patient care staff named Robert Stickle, diagnostic radiologist, as “Physician of the Year” for 2010. Dr. More...

Smith moves to local Gobbell Hays office

Mark L. Smith has relocated from the Nashville office of Gobbell Hays Partners More...

Turn-of-the-century toys made with iron and whimsy

Iron toys made in the late 19th and early 20th centuries are so interesting and attractive that they are collected today to be displayed as decorative objects on a shelf. More...

Real Estate News

A salute to old-world charm

Admirals Cove home weds romantic design with modern conveniences

This Mizner/Tuscan estate home at 462 Mariner Drive in Admirals Cove in Jupiter sits just seconds from the Intracoastal Waterway. The house has coffered wood ceilings and checkerboard travertine floors. More...

JTHS Board of Realtors Networking Social at Gulfstream Café

1. Amanda Gunter and Sharon Nikolas 2. Don Urschalitz, Denise Craig, Michael Ferguson and Charles Bratten 3. Deb Naylon and Cory Marin 4. Alyse Porter and Beth Hanlon 5. More...

Lang Realty Open House Extravaganza

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