September 26, 2013 RSS feed / Top News

Red Tapas set to sizzle with Beyond Blind benefit

Red Tapas Bar & Grille promises an evening that will sizzle for a good cause.  Literally.  From 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Oct. 13, the bar and restaurant will host the Sightless Chef Sizzler to benefit Beyond Blind Institute.  More...

Rooney companies to hold annual golf tourney at PGA National

Hit the fairways and help several notfor profits.  The 12th Annual Rooney’s Golf Foundation Charity Golf Tournament, set for Oct. More...

Babes host Sunday Funday at Jupiter Pointe Club & Marina

This year’s Bluewater Babes Fish for a Cure fishing tournament is sold out, but a Sept. More...

ArtyBras fundraiser back, with uplifting goals

ArtyBras will celebrate, entertain and inspire with whimsical ArtyBras creations, with festive pink décor, pink dresses, pink drinks and pink hors d’oeuvres in abundance at the 4th Annual ArtyBras Fashion Show and Exhibition on Oct. More...

3D Mammography: Revolutionizing Breast Imaging at Jupiter Medical Center

Jupiter Medical Center is dedicated to finding breast cancer early, offering women in Palm Beach and Martin counties access to leading edge technology and innovation in the fight against breast cancer. More...

BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Sept. 28   Pink the Night — Honor Martin County’s community of First Responders who have stood strong through breast cancer personally or as a co-survivor. It’s 7 p.m.-11 p.m. Sept. More...

Sign-up is open for the 2014 Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

It’s never too early to sign up for the Susan G. More...

Special Sections

Business News

Departure, hiring, promotions announced at Roger Dean

Lisa Fegley, Roger Dean Stadium assistant general manager, general manager of the Palm Beach Cardinals and director of group ticket sales for the past eight seasons, is leaving the organization, Roger Dean announced. More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Income inequality is a domestic and international issue

The issue of income inequality polarizes. It seems to divide groups between those who believe that income inequality in the U.S. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Before plastic, iron toys tickled imaginations

Old toys are very different from those made today. Toymakers of long ago did not try to encourage creativity. More...

Chemotherapy gets easier for Florida patients

Susan Kristoff has a demanding full-time job, fighting the mutant cells she’s lived with for 11 years. More...

Local businesses face tax deadline

Tax deadline is looming for local businesses.  Anne Gannon, constitutional tax collector, says Sept. More...

Smelling Like a Rose

The charitable sector is large and growing in this country. GuideStar, an agency sometimes characterized as a charity watchdog, calculates there are more than 1.8 million registered nonprofits in the U.S. More...

Palm Beach Heart Ball soiree kicks off social season

Nearly 80 supporters of the American Heart Association’s most established Heart Ball in the nation gathered on Sept. 11 to officially launch the 2014 Heart Ball season at the second annual Summer Soiree, a gala kickoff reception. More...

Jupiter Medical Center offers October lectures, classes

Jupiter Medical Center offers lectures and classes. All require registration by calling 263-4437. October events include:  More...

BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

Chemotherapy pills could cost more than $1,000 a month. The price should decrease dramatically once new legislation takes effect. More...

A different approach to breast reconstruction

Breast cancer.  The two words strike fear in the hearts of women.  And the fear multiplies if a cancer patient requires a mastectomy, or surgical removal of the breast.  Dr. More...

Treatment needs to be individualized

Breast cancer is often publicized when a celebrity is diagnosed and undergoes a particular treatment, which can sometimes influence the public as to how they should proceed with their own treatment. More...

Real Estate News

Expansive estate, magnificent views in Mirasol

This exquisite estate provides one of the most magnificent water views in Mirasol in Palm Beach Gardens. It offers approximately 120 feet of frontage and a southern exposure. More...

Mother-son team join Lang Realty

Susan Peppler and Steven O’Neill have joined Lang Realty’s Jupiter office. The mother and son team are well known for being the “Beach to Barn Real Estate Team” (www.beachtobarn.com), according to Lang.  Ms. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

‘Anna Nicole’

delivers opera’s 21st centur y tragic heroine

It’s the perfect and blend low of art, high pageantry art trashiness. and tabloid “Anna Nicole,” Anna the opera Nicole about Smith, made debut its at American the Brooklyn of Music in Academy New York Operas on Sept. More...

ArtCenter’s guild set for Midtown Bash

Call it an opportunity for the Lighthouse ArtCenter to shine a beacon on its own.  The ArtCenter will present “Midtown Bash,” a show of work created by members of its guild. The opening reception will be 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Sept. More...

Plaza Theatre’s “You Made Me Love You” will enchant senior patrons

Theater Review

Before the lights went down at The Plaza Theatre on Sept. 18, the 82-yearold Brooklynite was telling his seatmate in the audience how the world was going to hell in a handbasket. More...