March 21, 2013 RSS feed / Top News

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MONEY & INVESTING

Sharing, caring and relationship financing

Successful romantic relationships require commonality in financial attitudes, behaviors, habits and goals.  More...

Tunie’s opens in LA Fitness Plaza

Tunie’s Natural Grocery & Vitamin Market is now open at 7170 Fairway Dr., located in the LA Fitness Plaza on the corner of PGA Boulevard and the Turnpike, in Palm Beach Gardens. Store hours are 7 days a week, 9 a.m.–9 p.m.  More...

Oil & Vinegar at Gardens Mall hosts a grand opening

Oil & Vinegar, a high-end retailer of olive oils, vinegars and other gourmet products, has opened its first Florida store at The Gardens Mall, 3101 PGA Blvd., in Palm Beach Gardens.  More...

Rebecca Miller follows in father’s storytelling footsteps

Rebecca Miller takes a fly’s-eye view of life in her latest novel, “Jacob’s Folly.”  And by that, we mean insect.  She transported 18th-century valet Jacob Cerf from Paris to 20th-century suburban Long Island, where More...

Real Estate News

Exquisite home in exclusive Loxahatchee Club

This home, built in 2007, offers spectacular views of the golf course and lake. Impeccably maintained, the home at 117 Hawksbill Way in the exclusive Loxahatchee Club in Jupiter offers endless attention to detail. More...

Whether buying or selling, the most important choice is your real estate agent

In today’s real estate market there are several items to consider when you are buying, selling or simply looking for an overall property evaluation, including price, location and size. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Double the Fun

Constantine Maroulis takes on two roles in “Jekyll & Hyde”

Constantine Maroulis is offering a two-for-one at the Kravis Center.  Buy one ticket and see him test his chops as the title characters in a touring production of “Jekyll & Hyde,” set for March 26-31.  The tour ends with tho More...

Armory marks a quarter-century of creating art

The Armory Art Center will mark its first quarter-century on March 23.  But if fate had intervened, there might not be an Armory Art Center.  “I’m just so happy it’s still here,” said David Smith, who helped lead the More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Garden decorations evolve through the generations

Don’t forget to look in the backyard when you go to a yard or house sale. If the house is old, you may spot a concrete birdbath, an iron garden gnome, old tools hanging on a fence or even a log cabin playhouse. More...