December 1, 2011 RSS feed / Top News

Parades, tree-lightings kick off the holidays

Two parades — one by land, one by sea — a huge craft fair, tree lightings and a marathon festival help kick off the holiday season in Palm Beach County Dec. 1-7.  More...

St. Patrick Church presents annual concert

St. Patrick Church in Palm Beach Gardens presents its free annual family Christmas concert, “How Great Our Joy,” on Dec. 11 at 7 p.m.  The concert features St. Patrick choirs and soloists. More...

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Business News

Lobbyists are big winners in S. Fla. gambling debate

The only winners so far in the effort to allow luxury resort casinos in South Florida, which has widespread implications for every form of gambling in the state, are lobbyists.  More...

WPBF posts year-over-year newscasts ratings growth

WPBF 25 has posted strong ratings results and improvement over last year as it prepares to close the November 2011 Nielsen measurement period as the 2nd most-watched station sign-on to sign-off — Monday-Sunday from 5 a.m.-5 p.m. More...

OMG, financial shorthand for U and your BFFs

MONEY & INVESTING

Each year brings new financial innovations, phenomena, disasters, etc. Along with these changes come new words, acronyms and phrases to describe them. More...

Q&A with Sid Kitson

Here are Mr. Kitson’s responses to eight questions posed in a conversation with Florida Weekly:  1. Are the engineering plans finished?   More...

Seaview Radio hires a beach-loving morning drive host

South Florida drivers looking for their morning cup of Joe will find themselves listening to the tender tones of Terry. That's right. More...

State of the Hospital: An Update to the Community on Jupiter Medical Center

Advertorial

In America’s turbulent health care environment, “certainty” is in short supply. More...

Real Estate News

Fabulous Frenchman’s Creek

This light and bright Frenchman’s Creek lakefront home is nestled on a large, tropically landscaped .66-acre corner lot at 3073 Miro Drive N., in Palm Beach Gardens.  More...

Arts & Entertainment News

IN LIVING TECHNICOLOR

Maltz production of ‘Joseph’ combines big-scale flash with heart

Take one Andrew Lloyd Webber musical. Give it a cast of 17, and you have a full show.  More...

Palm Beach Jewish Film Festival returns for 22nd season

It is one of the biggest film festivals in Florida, and it is returning this month for its 22nd season. From Dec. 7-18, the Palm Beach Jewish Film Festival will screen 35 films from seven countries at six venues across the county. More...

Dramaworks extends “All My Sons”

West Palm Beach’s only resident professional theater, Palm Beach Dramaworks, is extending its production of Arthur Miller’s play “All My Sons,” with an additional week of performances, due to overwhelming popular demand. More...