April 18, 2013 RSS feed / Top News

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Train your children early about money

We all want our kids to grow up and maintain fiscal security. There are at least two things that all parents should do in order to ensure that our children can succeed financially.  More...

Billions of dollars set to transfer to Florida charities in coming decade

Community foundations are a national network of public charities about to come of age. A gigantic transfer of wealth is underway that creates an unprecedented opportunity to build permanent sources for charitable giving for thousands of communities. More...

Carls Patio opens new store in Downtown at the Gardens

Carls Patio, Florida’s large outdoor and patio furniture retail group, has opened a new store in Palm Beach Gardens, across from the Centre Court in Downtown at the Gardens.  More...

Downtown at the Gardens set to bloom with annual event

Downtown at the Gardens is set to light up with a little flower power.  That’s right, flower power, courtesy of Downtown in Bloom.  The annual event, set for April 27-28, will offer displays and inspirational designs from about 40 ven More...

Real Estate News

Spaciously elegant in Abacoa’s Valencia

This professionally designed estate home is situated on an oversized corner lot in the desirable Valencia community. With 5,284 square feet under air, this five-bedroom 4.5-bath home is located at 142 Segovia in Jupiter.  More...

Networking during the slow summer results in an easy, multi-million dollar sale

Referrals in any business are very important. They create a successful environment for anyone trying to grow and maintain their business. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

QUEEN OF THE KRAVIS

“Priscilla” promises a fun romp for performers, audiences alike

Wade McCollum gets a workout every night when he glams it up in “Priscilla Queen of the Desert.” The show, which has been touring nationally, stops in West Palm Beach from April 23-28 for a run at the Kravis Center. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Leafy madness reflected in 1800s artwork

Most people have heard about the bout of “Tulipmania” that spread through the Netherlands in the 17th century, but few know about “Pteridomania,” or fern madness. More...

Smithereens stay true to the beat

The name comes from a catchphrase of cartoon character Yosemite Sam.  But expect something more melodic than that from The Smithereens when they play a free show April 21 at the Meyer Amphitheatre in downtown West Palm Beach.  More...