January 10, 2013 RSS feed / Top News

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SETTING STONES

Students learn the art of diamond-setting at Jupiter school

“Big girls need big diamonds” – Elizabeth Taylor   More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Liquid Sunshine

Maltz pours on the joy with “Singin’ in the Rain”

When writing about the Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s 10th anniversary season, two words come to mind: jubilant and joyous.  The theater opened its season with the rarely performed “Amadeus.”  It followed that up with a pitch-per More...

KOVELS: ANTIQUES

Mission phones dulled down with copper to match the drapes

Mission style, often called “Arts and Crafts,” was first popular in the early 1900s. Heavy wooden Mission furniture made of dark finished oak was introduced by Gustav Stickley. It was soon copied by many other firms. More...

Husband and wife play lovers in Verdi opera

In real life, they are husband and wife.  But onstage, David and Sarah Joy Miller will play opposite each other in Palm Beach Opera’s production of “La Traviata” at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach.  More...

Fair features nation’s capital, patriotic ice show and “The Price is Right”

The South Florida Fair, Palm Beach County’s largest and oldest event, is starting its second century on Jan. More...

Real Estate News

A stunning compound in Loxahatchee Club

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

They found multimillion-dollar homes — opportunity is there again

The perception of today's real estate market depends upon whom you are speaking with, but there is a general consensus that the market is certainly coming back. Will it ever be the same as it was? More...