December 20, 2012 RSS feed / Top News

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Business News

Roger Dean Stadium launches new, updated web site for 2013

Roger Dean Stadium has launched a newly redesigned website. More...

When sickness strikes

It’s cold and flu season, when the transfer of germs and illness in the workplace increases.

With cold and flu season upon us, the transfer of germs and illness in the workplace increases. The Better Business Bureau advises business owners to take initiative in preventing the spread of illness.  More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Comedy writer takes a serious look at laughter

David Misch takes laughter seriously. Or at least he takes it seriously enough to write a book about it. And the screenwriter will be in South Florida on Dec. More...

Broadway star Christine Andreas performs “Here’s to the Ladies” with Palm Beach Pops

Bob Lappin and The Palm Beach Pops are setting the stage for a tribute to the great ladies of the American Songbook with Broadway superstar and Tony nominee Christine Andreas, in “Here to the Ladies” Jan. 5-10. More...

Holocaust documentary “Paper Clips” set for free library showing Dec. 23

The West Palm Beach Library Foundation presents a free viewing of the family-friendly, award-winning documentary Paper Clips (rated G, 82 minutes), from 2 to 4 p.m. on Dec. 23 at the Mandel Public Library in West Palm Beach.  More...

Not just for the Birds

’Tis the season our feather friends will be numbered throughout the state

READY TO COUNT THE SNOWBIRDS?   Grab your binoculars and a notebook, and plan to get out in the bushes and swamps and get your feet wet. It’s the 113th annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count, and through Jan. More...

Researchers are optimistic, following record-breaking turtle nests

When an endangered or threatened species returns to nest in record-breaking numbers, it is cause for hope, says Dr. Charles A. Manire, DVM, director of research and rehabilitation at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach. More...

Real Estate News

KOVELS: ANTIQUES

Sleighs, planes and elephants: Santa’s modes of transport vary

Santa Claus has changed in appearance throughout the centuries. At first he was St. Nicolas, a tall, thin man with a beard. In 1823, the famous poem “The Night Before Christmas” was published. More...

Magnificent Old Marsh estate

This estate in Old Marsh Golf Club in Palm Beach Gardens features Brazilian hardwood and imported marble/stone flooring throughout the home. More...

Professionals can help homebuyers see a property’s potential

I have written about the importance of Realtors having a preferred vendor list for their clients. More...