November 3, 2011 RSS feed / Top News

Gardens mayor’s golf tourney to benefit Veterans Center

Event at PB Gardens Golf Course on Nov. 12

Golfers are invited to join the City of Palm Beach Gardens in honoring veterans at the 6th Annual Mayor’s Veterans Golf Classic. The tournament will be held on Nov. More...

Mall fashion show helps Hoke program

A donation of $24,500 was made to the Kristin Hoke Breast Health Program at Jupiter Medical Center following the “Fashioning for a Cure” event, staged by Friends 4 Cancer Research and held at The Gardens Mall.  The Kristin Hoke Breas More...

Football toys date back to early days of NFL

KOVELS: ANTIQUES & COLLECTING

During football season, fans shop for T-shirts, banners, nodding heads, glasses and other souvenirs of the game. Through the years, many football toys also have been made. A 1930s iron mechanical place-kicker toy actually could kick a tiny football. More...

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Business News

BETTER than FICTION

Possible movie deal in the works for ‘super lawyer’ Todd Allen who beat Bank of America

IT READS LIKE ONE OF THOSE JOHN GRISHAM NOVELS. You know the kind we’re talking about: Idealistic young lawyer — fresh out of law school — takes on a seemingly impossible case on behalf of regular folk wronged by a large, powerful entity. More...

Specific suggestions to address Occupy Wall Street’s broad complaints

MONEY & INVESTING

Occupy Wall Street occupies our minds, news coverage and conversations.  For some, it is an unorganized effort with an amorphous agenda that has an ultimate socialist aim to redistribute rightfully earned wealth.  More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Intimacy, in a LARGER space

Palm Beach Dramaworks set for 11/11/11 opening

Downtown West Palm Beach’s little theater that could is not so little any more. More...

El Sol show to highlight art of Guatemala

El Sol Center provides social services to the area’s Latin American community. It also is a haven for art, and on Nov. 6, it will host its Fourth Annual Art Fest. More...

Young Artists Series set at the Kravis Center

The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts Young Artists Series 2011-2012 will open on Nov. More...

Outgoing Marcus mentors a new-generation activist

At the age of 17, Jenny Bakcsi started working at the River House restaurant in Palm Beach Gardens. Over the years she moseyed from cashier to hostess to bartender. More...

Parade, services set to honor veterans on 11-11

Events scheduled for WPB, PBG & NPB

A parade in West Palm Beach and services in Palm Beach Gardens and North Palm Beach are among the observances set for Veterans Day.  President Woodrow Wilson began the tradition of Veterans Day when he established Armistice Day in 1918, to remem More...

Youth golf tourney to benefit First Tee

The First Tee of the Palm Beaches will hold its first Par 3 Junior Golf Tournament at the Jupiter Dunes Golf Club in Jupiter on Nov. 19. It begins at 8 a.m.  The format will be four-person teams for young people ages 7-17. More...

Fashion show to benefit PACE Center

The Eileen Fisher Store at The Gardens Mall is staging a charity fashion show on Nov. 19.  More...

Pay your county tax bill by Nov. 30 and you get a 4 percent discount

Palm Beach County property tax bills have been mailed, and property owners cangeta4percentdiscountiftheypay by Nov. 30. More...

Real Estate News

Mirasol manor

Expansive home offers golf, water views

This stunning single-story home in Mirosal in Palm Beach Gardens offers water and golf views. It features five bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms in 7,043 square feet of living space, and 10,565 total square feet.  More...

Jupiter walk raises $3,000 for MdDS

Charity walks raised thousands of dollars recently for the MdDS Foundation.  MdDS is Mal de Debarquement Syndrome, a balance disorder.  In Jupiter, the Team Jupiter Walk held Oct. 16 raised nearly $3,000. More...

34 area nonprofits receive Quantum grants for meeting basic needs

Thirty-four nonprofit organizations from all over Palm Beach County are receiving their shares of the Quantum in the Community small grants initiative.  The $500,000 will be used by these small, grassroots organizations in their daily mission of More...