February 6, 2014 RSS feed / Top News

Annual “Lights Out” gala benefits Loggerhead Marinelife Center

When the Loggerhead Marinelife Center says “Lights Out,” it’s not about bedtime.  What it is about is the Center’s premiere fundraiser, the Seventh Annual Lights Out Gala, scheduled for Feb. More...

Mini-conference “Autism Initiative 2014” is Feb.8 at Florida Atlantic, Jupiter

On Saturday, Feb. 8, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Autism Society of Palm Beach/ Martin County will present “Autism Initiative 2014.”  More...

Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center Names new Stroke Medical Director

Dr. Arun Talkad, M.D., joins Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center as the new Stroke Medical Director, the hospital announced. More...

Stuart Bernstein, Wilma Bernstein Honored at 2014 Scopus Award Gala

The Scopus Award, named for Mount Scopus in Jerusalem, the historical site of The Hebrew University, recognizes extraordinary support from American residents to the university.  In January, the American Friends of The Hebrew University (AFHU) ho More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Plan your estate, no matter what the size of your assets

Whether you are wealthy or not, you need a basic estate plan. You need a plan that gives directions for distributions of your assets upon death and gives authority to make financial and medical decision making should you become incapacitated.  More...

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THE IT CROWD

Information technology jobs increasing as online security concerns deepen

Every weekday, George Taylor drives about an hour to and from the Immokalee Technical Institute, where he is completing coursework and certifications in computer systems and cyber security.  The commute from Clewiston is worth it for the job opp More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Palm Beach season preview 2014

Act II

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Full Gallop

Dreyfoos alumnus takes the reins as “War Horse” comes to the Kravis

For years, Michael Wyatt Cox dreamed of playing the Kravis Center. More...

Fine art fair returns to convention center

It started out as an antiques show.  But the American International Fine Art Fair, open through Feb. More...

Two Florida men challenge the norm to find new pathways

Try this: give us a new kind of housing or new way to get around. A new way of building and producing. A new approach to work and recreation. More...

Practicing the art of the possible

Last month, several of the country’s largest foundations announced a jointly funded initiative to help the city of Detroit overcome its bankruptcy troubles.  More...

3rd annual Carousel Concert-thon set at Downtown at the Gardens

The event is all about music, music, music: The Sandra Baran Grace Notes Music Foundation is hosting its third annual Carousel Concert-Thon, on Feb. 22 from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. More...

The American money parade

It’s been an extraordinary couple of weeks — either that, or it’s been an ordinary couple of weeks and I just happened to pay more attention than usual.  More...

Downtown at the Gardens furniture, construction sale set

Downtown at the Gardens is holding an Overstock Construction and Furniture Sale on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 7 and 8 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. The sale is open to all contractors and the general public.  More...

International Polo Club Palm Beach debuts Veuve Clicquot Airstream Lounge

New Year’s Eve is past, but you can still raise a glass to the new Veuve Clicquot Airstream Lounge, which was ushered in this year at The Pavilion – with an alternative to the veranda champagne brunch and polo package offered every Sunday More...

Real Estate News

Luxury residence,

Indulge each day with a beachfront stroll, a tropical endless edge pool and lush garden landscaping, panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Valentine’s Day cards evolve throughout the centuries

The history of valentines can be traced back to St. Valentine, who died a martyr. A feast was named for him by the Catholic Church in the year 496.  More...