September 29, 2011 RSS feed / Top News

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SeaRobotics to present at venture capital conference

Palm Beach Gardens firm one of 17 statewide

SeaRobotics Corp., the Palm Beach Gardens developer of leading-edge autonomous robotic marine systems, is one of 17 companies selected by the Florida Venture Forum to present at the Early Stage Venture Capital Conference, Oct. More...

Investing doesn’t have to be a rollercoaster ride

MONEY & INVESTING

Last week saw serious price declines in equities and precious metals. How did your portfolio fare?  Some investors felt as if they were hit with a 2-by-4. More...

Marshall Foundation names champions of the Everglades

The Arthur R. Marshall Foundation has announced the recipients of the nonprofit organization’s Fourth annual Champion of the Everglades Awards: Palm Beach County Commissioner Karen Marcus, Charlie Pelizza of the U.S. More...

Cancer scarred Aunt Cleo, but cherished memories remain

Breast cancer awareness month

Each Christmas, my siblings and I would ask our Aunt Cleo why she went home to Georgia for the holidays. And each year, Cleo would answer that Granny was getting old, and that she wanted to spend as much time with her as possible. More...

Real Estate News

South Florida living at its best

345 Kingfisher Drive, Jupiter

This lovely five-bedroom Devon model house in sought after Jupiter’s Egret Landing, offers more than 3,300 square feet of living space. More...

Florida home prices creep higher

Sales activity and median prices for Florida’s existing home and existing condo markets rose in August, according to the latest housing data released by Florida Realtors. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

REINTERPRETING A MUSEUM

Norton renovations highlight collections, surrounding neighborhood

THE NORTON MUSEUM IS EMBRACING ITS neighborhood. The 70-year-old museum, south of downtown West Palm Beach, has been closed three weeks for construction to reinstall its galleries, reinterpret its collections and redesign the lobby. More...

Maltz gets set to swing into season

The Maltz Jupiter Theatre is making its first foray into season with three shows in October.  First up, the Glenn Miller Orchestra will perform a show at 8 p.m. Oct. 9 as a benefit for the theater’s guild.  More...

‘Judy: A Legendary Film Career’

By John Fricke (Running Press, $30)   More...