May 3, 2012 RSS feed / Top News

Diane’s Voice, Gilda’s Club set ovarian cancer symposium

Diane’s Voice, a local ovarian cancer awareness organization, is working in conjunction with Gilda’s Club of South Florida to host a symposium entitled “Ovarian Cancer Prevention, Education and Warning Signs.”  More...

St. Mark’s labyrinth walk offers time for peace

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church will host a labyrinth walk open to the community on May 5, at 1 p.m. in its Youth Center/ Gymnasium in support of World Labyrinth Day.  More...

Ibis POA named 2012 Community of the Year

The Ibis Property Owners Association was recently named the 2012 Homeowners Association Community of the Year.  The announcement was made at the Florida Communities of Excellence conference and awards ceremony among several hundred representativ More...

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Business News

Get the facts before hiring a contractor

Whether you are looking to have your home windows replaced, new siding installed on your garage or a pool built, it’s important to find a home contractor you can trust.  More...

Chinese have a vastly different language — and agenda

MONEY & INVESTING

China is important. Understanding (or at least attempting to understand) the ways of the Chinese when it comes to business should be a big priority for any U.S. investor. China is expected to surpass the U.S. More...

Swimming dog, decisive executive all in a day’s work for real estate broker

A day in the life of a real estate broker is never typical and always exciting. Recently my workday began with a famous NFL football player and his wife. They were in town for a short time and were looking for their third residence. More...

Lighthouse ArtCenter names two new board members

The Lighthouse ArtCenter Museum & School of Art has named two new members to its board of directors, Jane O’Neill and Roseanne Williams.  More...

Jewish service group receives $25,000

The Palm Beach Country Club Foundation recently presented a check for $25,000 to the Alpert Jewish Family & Children’s Service.  Palm Beach Country Club Foundation Board Member Lionel Greenbaum presented the check to Alpert Jewish Fami More...

Dr. Claudia Hillinger to receive German American award

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14th RIMS golf tourney is May 12 at PGA

The 14th Annual RIMS Classic Golf Tournament will be held on May 12 at the PGA National Resort and Spa on the  Squire  Course.  The tournam e n t begins with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start and is followed by a luncheon and awards.  More...

Real Estate News

A designer beauty

This exceptional, totally rebuilt Hollywood Regency is “Palm Beach today meets Palm Springs back in the day.” The sleek, modern and sophisticated home is at 126 Casa Bendita. More...

Doorstops become show-stopping antiques

KOVELS: ANTIQUES

IronI ddoorstops are among today’sd ’ topselling collectibles. They are probably not propped against a door to keep it open but are instead displayed like rare porcelain figurines on a prominent shelf. More...

Statewide survey salutes Florida’s best buildings

To commemorate its 100th anniversary, the American Institute of Architects- Florida Chapter conducted a monthlong survey of the Top 100 building in the state. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Watching in the dark

David Edelstein on the art of film criticism

DAVID EDELSTEIN SPENDS MUCH OF HIS time in the dark, watching flickering frames of light.  Then he writes about what he’s seen.  More...

Tribute to POWs/MIAs to debut in band concert

A POW/MIA march written by band member and trombonist Chris Horn will be debuted by the Symphonic Band of the Palm Beaches during its concert on May 5 at the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens.  The march is a tribute to Mr. More...

Limited engagement tickets on sale May 7 for Maltz

The Maltz Jupiter Theatre is kicking off its 10th anniversary season celebration with a lineup of concerts, plays and special events.  Tickets to the theater’s 2012/2013 season of limited engagements and two special productions go on sale More...