November 1, 2012 RSS feed / Top News

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Jupiter Medical Center, Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center ranked high by Healthgrades

Jupiter Medical Center has been designated at the top 10 percentile in the country for treatment of stroke, overall pulmonary services and GI Medical Treatment by Healthgrades, a provider of consumer information on physicians and hospitals. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Jake Shimabukuro takes the ukulele seriously

Move over, George Harrison. And Queen, you have been dethroned. Because nobody plays “My Guitar Gently Weeps” or “Bohemian Rhapsody” on eight strings quite the way Jake Shimabukuro does on four. That’s right: Four. More...

Benise rocks out flamenco in his latest tour

Roni Benise’s flamenco music conjures nights in front of a gypsy campfire, with those gathered in the circle sharing mystical stories. More...

Photographs by Michael Dubiner exhibited at Cultural Council gallery

A solo exhibition of photographs by Michael Dubiner will be featured through Nov. 24 at the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County’s gallery, 601 Lake Ave in Lake Worth.  More...

Holocaust museum’s “Banned and Burned” opening at library

We have all seen the images.  Angry mobs gathered on a sidewalk or in a street and setting fire to so-called subversive books.  But perhaps most vivid of all were the images of books going up in flames across Germany in 1933, as university More...

Real Estate News

Elegance, exclusivity and nature at Old Palm Golf Club

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This custom estate, on more than an acre, features intricate moldings; a Downsview kitchen; Carrera Marble and onyx surfaces; and herringbone, wide-oak plank and limestone flooring. More...

Homes in Florida — all kinds of them — are built to withstand tough storms

There are several decisions to make when deciding to purchase a new or existing home. One of the decisions that come into play is the construction of a home and whether it will withstand the elements that come along with living in South Florida. More...

KOVELS: ANTIQUES

Vintage plant stands worth some serious ‘green’

Starting in about 1885, plants were among the decorations in a house because central heating kept homes — and plants — warm in the winter, and glass windows let light into most homes. More...