July 19, 2012 RSS feed / Top News

Sea-inspired stained glass installed at St. Mark’s

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church and School is in the final stages of construction on its new Peace Chapel, set to open to the community by early August. More...

Children of Place of Hope create photos for exhibit

During the school year, many of the children from Place of Hope, a faithbased, family-style child welfare organization located in Palm Beach Gardens, participated in a special program called “Picture My World,” provided by The Palm Beach More...

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Business News

Mollé Bridals to open in Downtown at the Gardens

Mollé Bridals, a by-appointment boutique, will open Aug. 1 in Downtown at the Gardens.  Jennifer A. Mollé is owner and operator. The boutique schedules private appointments hosted by Ms. Molle and the Molle Girl Consultants. More...

CREDIT CARD complaints now available to public

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has made its database of credit card complaints submitted by consumers available to the public. More...

New Subway opens in Abacoa Plaza

A new Subway restaurant is now open at the Abacoa (Publix) Plaza inside the BP Gas Station on the corner of Military Trail and Donald Ross Road.  It’s the first franchise business for owner Bobin Kabir.  More...

Florida Weekly is best in the state, again

Named top weekly newspaper for third year running

For the third consecutive year, Florida Weekly has been named the most outstanding weekly newspaper in the state, racking up 15 journalism awards at the Florida Press Association conference at the 2012 Southeastern Press Convention in Destin.   More...

Gardens Warriors T-Ball team places third in state tourney

Despite weather setbacks, the Palm Beach Gardens Warriors T-Ball All Stars earned third place in the Cal Ripken League 6-and-Under state tournament.  “It took a bit to gel initially, then once final team positions were set, they really sta More...

A century-old American dream come true

The founders of Terox have been importing high-quality footwear from overseas for the past five years. Two years ago, they asked themselves: Why not just build footwear in America? More...

Rare Fruit Council hosts tropical tree and plant sale

The Palm Beach Chapter of the Rare  Fruit Council International Inc. hosts its bi-annual Tropical Fruit Tree & Plant  Saleon July 21 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Agriplex Arena on the South Florida Fairgrounds in West Palm Beach.  More...

Real Estate News

A stunning Loxahatchee Club compound

This completely renovated, stunning family compound is located on a double lot in the exclusive Loxahatchee Club in Jupiter. More...

To sell in season or summer? Both have advantages

Sellers are always questioning, “When is the best time to put my home on the market?” The perception in the Palm Beach area is to wait until what we all consider “season.” Season refers to the months between January and May wh More...

Arts & Entertainment News

James W. Hall looks at what makes a bestseller

WHAT MAKES A NOVEL A BESTSELLER?  What makes millions of people buy one book and not another?  Writers, literary agents and publishers have grappled with these questions for decades, often mystified by the titles that succeed.  Even th More...

Hooked on reading by a dead nude woman

Author James W. More...

KOVELS: ANTIQUES

Famous-maker antiques are highly prized

Collectors prize furniture that is created by a famous maker, but antique furniture is often not identified with a label. More...