August 22, 2013 RSS feed / Top News

Record numbers of turtles nesting on Palm Beach County beaches

It’s another record-breaking year for sea turtle nesting in Palm Beach County.  More...

West Palm rally to mark March on Washington

A march and peace rally to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington will be held from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. More...

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MONEY & INVESTING

All-cash real estate deals portend bad news for the long-term

Trends in real estate are important to the entirety of the U.S. More...

Granite Telecommunications gives $6,219 to The Lord’s Place

The Lord’s Place recently received a donation of $6,219 from Granite Telecommunications. The funds were raised from donations made by employees during two “dress down” days, the company said in a prepared release.  More...

PALM BEACH COUNTY COMMERCE

Consumers who haggle save money

Consumers who don’t haggle are leaving money on the table. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Ice stands stood to add flair to dinner tables

A Minton majolica centerpiece was auctioned in May 2013 as an “ice stand.” Minton & Polson was established in 1793 in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England. The company started making majolica in about 1850. More...

To be, or not to be

Maltz students find challenges and opportunities in producing “Hamlet”

The journey from Elsinore Castle to the Lighthouse ArtCenter will be a quick one as Maltz Jupiter Theatre teens stage Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” in the round Aug. 24 at the Tequesta museum. More...

Show is over for Jupiter’s Atlantic Arts

The Northern Palm Beach County arts scene dimmed a little at end of July as Atlantic Arts Theater rang down its final curtain.  The 170-seat Jupiter theater and its accompanying arts school brought in thousands of people over its 13-year history More...

Temple Beth Am drops fees in bid to be more inclusive

Leaders at Temple Beth Am say they hope to make it easier for Jewish families to come home to Judaism by eliminating traditional membership dues and welcoming everyone to High Holy Days services free of charge.  More...

The Work of Art

Several weeks ago, the Norton Museum of Art hosted a photographic exhibition entitled “The Radical Camera: New York’s Photo League 1936-1951.” The Jewish Museum in New York and Ohio’s Columbus Museum of Art organized the show. More...

Lilly named to Marshall Foundation board of directors

Leslie Lilly has been named to the board of directors of the Arthur R. Marshall Foundation for the Everglades & Florida Environmental Institute, announced Marshall president Nancy Marshall. More...

Real Estate News

Gorgeous home in Islands of Jupiter

This gorgeous riverfront estate is situated on a corner lot in the exclusive Islands of Jupiter. A boat ride is minutes from the Atlantic Ocean. More...

A wine collection nearly kills the deal on a $6.75 million home

I was at a photo shoot recently at a gorgeous new home I just listed in Breaker’s West. My client and I were talking about the good experience she had when she and her husband purchased the home. More...

Jupiter broker named state’s Realtor of the Year

Patricia “Patti” Fitzgerald, a broker associate with Illustrated Properties in Jupiter, was named the Florida Realtors 2013 Realtor of the Year. More...