April 14, 2011 RSS feed / Top News

Mounts to auction native plants

Go native and help raise money for the Florida Native Plant Society.  The Mounts Botanical Garden will host the 2011 Native Plant Auction at 7:30 p.m. on April 19.  More...

The Essential Role of Nutrition for Children with Autism

April is Autism Awareness Month  Florida Weekly will feature an article on different aspects of dealing with autism during the month.   More...

‘Silencers’ puts a new Thorn in James W. Hall’s crown

BOOK REVIEW

James W. Hall’s recurring character, Thorn, is among my favorite reluctant heroes. More...

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Sweet dreams for sale

Kids’ Downtown boutique offers fashionable furnishings

JAANA MOISIO MAY HAVE THE COOLEST CRIB IN TOWN. No, we’re not talking about her house. It’s a crib. As in baby bed. Jennifer Lopez has one just like it. Julia Roberts also bought one. More...

Ride the bull but beware the burst of the bubbles

MONEY & INVESTING

A bull market is not necessarily a bubble.  More...

Elixirs’ pretty promotions continue to move product

KOVELS: ANTIQUES & COLLECTING

Deceptive advertising has been a problem for centuries. The “cures” of Victorian times were promoted with posters, trade cards, almanacs, recipe books, calendars and other testimonials. More...

Passover a reminder of freedom from oppression

It’s the time of the year when grocery stores are lined with Easter treats and Passover foods.  Your faith will determine which aisle you choose.  Imagine not being able to pick up a box of matzoh or carton of crème filled chocolate e More...

Interfaith Clergy Committee hosts forum on human trafficking

Law enforcement and military experts will participate in a forum on human trafficking. More...

Golf tourney benefits county safety council

The 13th annual RIMS Classic Golf Tournament is May 7 at the Abacoa Golf Club in Jupiter. The tournament, hosted by the Risk Insurance Management Society, begins with an 8 a.m. shotgun start and is followed by a luncheon and awards.  More...

We can all leave a legacy of philanthropy

My mother’s birthday was last week. I went through a mental calculation to figure out how old she would have been had she lived to celebrate the day with me. More...

Real Estate News

Toll Brothers unveils new models; discounts others

Toll Brothers has introduced two new single-story floor plans at its Wellington View community in West Palm Beach.  More...

Arts & Entertainment News

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The rarely staged Tennessee Williams play is produced by the Palm Beach Shakespeare Festival

WHEN TENNESSEE WILLIAMS’ ONE-ACT comedy, “27 Wagons Full of Cotton,” first met an audience in 1946, it was acclaimed for the author’s dark humor and vivid Southern characters.  More...

Big names come to Palm Beach’s intimate Colony

The Colony’s Royal Room will be home to R&B royalty this week and next as Marilyn McCool and Billy Davis Jr. More...

Maltz holds auditions for “Palm Beach Idols”

Are you talented? Do you have a need to dance or sing? More...