June 2, 2011 RSS feed / Top News

Day reminds us to reflect on the ultimate gift by others

GIVING

Earlier this week, the nation hit a pause button and celebrated Memorial Day, first declared as a federal holiday in 1967 as an observance to be made on the last Monday of every May. More...

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Business News

Trying to get better at social media?

Five tips for small business owners

More than 600 million people in the world are on Facebook, including more than 150 million Americans, or one in two adults. Twitter just topped 300 million accounts.  More...

Honor roll

North County Chamber bestows leadership awards

The Northern Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce honored five business and community leaders during its 2011 Leadership Awards Dinner on May 23 at PGA National Resort & Spa.  More...

Over 50 and ready to marry? A prenuptial can defer problems

MONEY & INVESTING

Many a marriage will take place this coming June.  There are several critical elements to the success of any marriage and one of them is like-mindedness about money, given that money is cited as a top reason for divorce, ranking higher than sexu More...

Oakwood Grill to become Water Bar

Diners can say so long to Spoto’s Oakwood Grill and hello to Water Bar & Grill. More...

Deadline for veterans homestead exemption extended in Palm Beach

The Florida Legislature has approved an additional Homestead Exemption benefit for U.S. More...

Real Estate News

Luxury living on lavish links

THIS OFFERED HOME, BUILT IN 2002 BY BRENNAN BUILDERS, HAS NEARLY 7,000 square feet of living space, and 9,500 total square feet, at 188 Bears Club Drive in Jupiter. More...

NAR backs FHA, opposes higher down payments

The Federal Housing Administration plays a critical role in the nation’s housing financing system, providing safe, affordable mortgage financing to consumers in all markets during all economic conditions, the National Association of Realtors sa More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Of Prophets, Puppets & Horses

‘The Book of Mormon’ is expected to run away with this year’s Tony Awards

THE 2010-2011 SEASON ON BROADWAY did not go as expected.  More...

Boldly go where no geek has gone before

Norton Museum show features sci-fi, superhero costumes

The Norton Museum of Art is giving way to geekdom.  The venerable museum, known for exhibiting works by Van Gogh, William Kentridge and others, is going “Out of this World.”  The show is an exhibition of costumes from science-fi More...

Cultural group awards arts fellowships

Walter Hnatysh is the Palm Beach County recipient of the South Florida Cultural Consortium 2011 Visual & Media Artist Fellowship. Mr. Hnatysh will receive $15,000. Mr. More...