April 4, 2013 RSS feed / Top News

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Business News

Investors shouldn’t ignore the yin-yang of China’s economy

The yin-yang symbol represents the ancient Chinese perspective of life. The two shapes form a whole and represent life’s “all.” The black shape is yin and represents the dark, cold, contracting and, for some, the negative. More...

Don’t get scammed using Bluetooth

Cell phone users are increasingly turning to Bluetooth technology to talk — hands free — on their phones. More...

St. Mary’s names director of memory disorder center

Paul Acevedo, M.D., has been named medical director of the Memory Disorder Center at St. Mary’s Medical Center, the hospital announced. More...

Ahoy! Fresh seafood, great music and nautical wares on tap at Abacoa’s fest

The 2nd Annual Jupiter Seafood Festival returns to Abacoa Town Center April 6 and 7, offering two days of fresh seafood, live entertainment, nautical vendors and kids’ rides.  Taste conch salad, fresh oysters, seafood paella and fish tacos More...

Real Estate News

Exquisite Venetian estate

VILLA MEDINA, BUILT IN 1923, HAS BEEN meticulously renovated using exquisite textiles by William R. Eubanks Interior Design. The home, at 2420 Medina Way in West Palm Beach, has been transformed into a Venetian private-walled residence. More...

Environmental stewardship will live on as the legacy of Josette Kaufman

The River of Grass lost a friend last month. Josette Kaufman, executive director of the Arthur R. Marshall Foundation, passed away unexpectedly at the age of 53. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

What was old is NEW AGAIN

Society of the Four Arts rethinks ’20s school building to teach future generations

The Society of the Four Arts is closing its season larger than it began. That’s right — larger — thanks to the opening of the 20,000-square-foot Fitz Eugene Dixon Education Building. More...

Norton exhibitions highlight two different worlds

The Norton Museum of Art’s two latest exhibitions could not be stronger studies in contrast. The first, “The Radical Camera: New York’s Photo League, 1936-1951” documents life on the streets of the Big Apple. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Antique honey pots make a classy decoration

Honey has a history going back to 2100 B.C. It is mentioned in some Babylonian writings. It was used for sweetening food, for medicine, for religious ceremonies and even as a form of money. More...