November 8, 2012 RSS feed / Top News

Oxbridge students break dress code, raise $500 for charity

Oxbridge Academy students broke dress code in October and chose to wear pink to create and sustain awareness for the fight against breast cancer. More...

Kennel Club Raises $13,000 for county cancer charities

More than 120 supporters came out in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy to support the Palm Beach Kennel Club’s second annual “Track Walk for Cancer on Oct. More...

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Business News

High tech

high sales

Jim Kirvin and his company, Platinum Properties, use the latest in technology and the increase in sales shows it’s working. More...

JA BizTown opening at Jupiter’s Beacon Cove

JA BizTown will open at Beacon Cove Intermediate School in Jupiter on Nov. More...

Annual events, free meals set to mark Veterans Day

A number of events and other tributes, including free meals for veterans and active-duty personnel at a variety of chain restaurants, are set for Veterans Day across Palm Beach County.  More...

Arts & Entertainment News

DESIGNS ON VICTORY

Norton exhibition examines how fashion and design helped Britain win World War II

War is hell. And long before World War II began, the British government understood that. More...

Catch South Florida actor in touring show

Stephen Anthony recently graduated from Florida State University, and he’s already engaging in a life of crime.  Well, at least onstage.  Mr. More...

CONTRACT BRIDGE

Eliminating the risk factor

Assume you become declarer at four spades on the bidding shown and West leads the K-A-Q of hearts.  After you ruff the third heart, it might seem that all you can do is draw trumps, play a diamond from dummy, finesse the ten and later lead anoth More...

Yachting exhibition sails into Flagler Museum

The Flagler Museum is in its cups.  And why shouldn’t it be?  After, it is the temporary home to America’s Cup — or at least Bill Koch’s “keeper” replica of the cup, which he won in 1992.  It is ther More...

Bring 2 toys for needy children, get food, drinks at Margarita Ball

The fifth annual Margarita Ball of the Palm Beaches will be held from 7-10 p.m. on Nov. More...

Lighthouse ArtCenter announces winners in D’Art for Art exhibition

A group of artists has donated works to the Lighthouse ArtCenter, only to have them “stolen.” That’s right: stolen. Paintings, ceramics, photographs and jewelry will be pulled from the walls and the cases Nov. More...

Real Estate News

KOVELS: ANTIQUES

A cute collectible to store one’s tobacco

The first U.S. Surgeon General warning on tobacco products was required in 1964. Tobacco was labeled as bad for your health. Americans were soon using fewer tobacco products, like cigarettes, pipe tobacco, snuff, chewing tobacco and cigars. More...

Intracoastal Tranquility

This luxurious waterfront courtyard home is in Courtyard Cay at Oak Harbour, a prestigious Intracoastal Waterway community with a private marina capable of handling yachts up to 60-feet. More...

If brokers aren’t prepared and professional, potential sale could vaporize

I am always telling my owners who have listed their property with me to put their best foot forward at all times with their home when we have a showing. More...