October 18, 2012 RSS feed / Top News

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Business News

Pitching angels

The Angel Forum hooks up wealthy investors with entrepreneurs who need cash

JASON BROWN STRIDES TO THE FRONT OF THE room at the Abacoa Golf Club, clutches the sides of the dais and leans into the crowd. More...

Federal Reserve’s money printing inspires readers’ inquisitiveness

MONEY & INVESTING

Readers often call or send e-mails after reading my column, but I’ve never received as much response from a column as “Does the Federal Reserve print money?”, published the first week of October. More...

Veteran New York, D.C. anchor Todd McDermott joins WPBF

SPECIAL TO FLORIDA WEEKLY

A veteran reporter and anchor who worked in New York City and Washington, D.C., is the new co-anchor for WPBF 25 News at 5, 6 and 11 p.m.  Todd McDermott will join WPBF veterans Tiffany Kenney and Mike Lyons on weekdays, the station said in a pr More...

Scripps scientists in Jupiter awarded $2.1 million to test potential ALS treatments

A team lead by scientists at The Scripps Research Institute in Jupiter has been awarded a $2.1 million grant for research that has the potential to greatly improve the lives of those with Lou Gehrig’s disease.  More...

Real Estate News

A bit of heaven in Hobe Sound

This beautiful waterfront home was custom built by a builder as his own personal residence, with upgrades and finish work of the finest level. More...

In the real estate world, referrals are paramount

I spent last weekend with a lovely couple relocating to the area due to the husband receiving a job transfer. We viewed more than 15 homes on Saturday and Sunday, while also touring the Jupiter/Tequesta area.  More...

Low appraisal valuations causing contract glitches

The real estate market is recovering but still faces hurdles, notably from tight mortgage credit, but problems with a sizeable share of real estate appraisals also are holding back home sales, according to survey findings by the National Association More...

Arts & Entertainment News

KOVELS: ANTIQUES

Fitting the furniture to the room

Most furniture is made to fit in almost any room, but sometimes furniture is made to fit the room — to look as if it’s built into a wall. Today we install builtin kitchen cupboards, bookshelves and perhaps a niche for ornaments.  More...

SEASON PREVIEW

Society spotlight

Four Arts offers expanded programming and campus (plus a Surrealist or two)  C all it Palm Beach’s little corner of culture.  The Society of the Four  Arts, known for its galleries and concert and lecture series, also serves as t More...

Twin piano men Mark & Clark play a benefit for Eissey

The Original Twin Piano Twins are back.  Mark & Clark are breezing into town Oct. More...