September 15, 2011 RSS feed / Top News

Here is a look at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s 2011/2012 season:

¦ “The 39 Steps” — Nov. 1-13 — The show, based on a 1930s Alfred Hitchcock thriller, was a smash-hit comedy on Broadway. The cast plays more than 150 characters in the tale of an ordinary man on an adventure.   More...

Service set to remember victims of ’28 hurricane

A memorial service to remember more than 1,600 people who died in the 1928 hurricane will be held Sept. 16 at 10 a.m. More...

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Business News

Symposium will feature talks by bright thinkers

The Pine School will host some of the nation’s brightest thinkers at the area’s first-ever TEDx symposium, scheduled for Sept. 23 on the school’s Hobe Sound campus. TEDxThePine- School is from 9 a.m. to approximately 4 p.m. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Vintage artwork celebrates the Greatest Show on Earth

WHEN THE CIRCUS CAME TO TOWN, everything stopped. Stores locked their doors, businesses closed and schools gave children the day off. “Circus Day was (comparable) Christmas and the Fourth of with More...

Shows advance museum’s vision for regional growth

For 48 years it has been the little museum that could.  But this time, could Tequesta’s Lighthouse ArtCenter be on the verge of making it big?  It is Executive Director Katie Deits’ vision to make the place into a regional force More...

The Circus Museum gets bigger and better

The John and Mabel Ringling Museum of Art’s Circus Museum in Sarasota is about to have 24,475 more square feet of fun, in a $7.5 million addition set to open Saturday, Sept. 24. More...

Juno and Jupiter sea turtle nesting counts up despite storm

August was not the best of months for the sea turtles that nest in South Florida.  First, Andre the green turtle, who was released after more than a year of treatment at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center for life-threatening injuries, turned up d More...

PGA of America golf day raises scholarship funds

Nearly 1,000 people participated in the 5th Annual Patriot Golf Day hosted by PGA of America in Port St. Lucie, and the event raised about $20,000, according to a preliminary count. More...

Ibis cheers kids with tennis

Hurricane Irene skipped Florida’s coast, but her wide storm system, with strong feeder bands and hurricane winds in New York spoiled a trip to the U.S. Open for 35 local kids. More...

Real Estate News

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Frenchman’s Reserve estate offers luxury, view of 12th hole

Tiger Woods sightings are likely to become more commonplace around Palm Beach County. Now that his tony Jupiter Island compound is complete, Mr. Woods has found a new home for his ETW headquarters in Jupiter. More...