February 20, 2014 RSS feed / Top News

Pain relief, and then some

I learned what I am about to tell you from a report in the New York Daily News, of all places — that’s the one I used to see with The New York Post blowing across windswept Broadway or Amsterdam Avenue, or clutched in the paws of some ble More...

Arthur R. Marshall Foundation names state rep. new CEO

The board of directors and staff of the Arthur R. Marshall Foundation for The Everglades announced that Mark S. Pafford has been selected as chief executive officer, the first CEO of the 15-year-old environmental education foundation.  More...

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Business News

‘One ring’ cell phone scam rings up charges

A new scam targeting cell phone users can be very expensive, resulting in unauthorized charges appearing on their wireless statements, the Better Business Bureau warns.  More...

Bank of America adds Danielle M. Crouch as project manager for Palm Beach County

Bank of America announced the addition of Danielle M. Crouch as project manager of enterprise marketing and local delivery in Palm Beach County.  More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Entering and exiting movie theaters and equity markets

Equity investing is similar to going to a movie — not the movie itself, but the process of the entering and taking one’s seat and, ultimately, exiting the theater. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

FOR THE LOVE OF JANE, ANDY AND DAVID

Norton exhibitions explore the impact of Pop Art icons and jewels that dazzle

She was Andy Warhol’s earliest muse.  But ask Jane Holzer if she knew she was making history and she shakes her head.  More...

Maltz production traverses “Other Desert Cities”

Every family has its secrets.  But not every family has a writer ready to spill the beans on those secrets.  And that is the premise of the Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s current production of Jon Robin Baitz’s “Other Desert Citi More...

CONTRACT BRIDGE

Bizzare is the word for it

Declarer is sometimes called upon to make a play that might at first appear bizarre, but which, upon subsequent analysis, proves to be absolutely essential. More...

Recognizing stroke helped save his mom

When is a little knowledge NOT a dangerous thing? That’s easy: when that little bit of knowledge is enough to save your mother’s life. Just ask Alicia Didia and her sons, John and Scott.  More...

How can we keep from singing?

Just before the president was due to give the annual State of the Union address, Pete Seeger died at the age of 94. Given his long life, Seeger had front row seat on many a watershed moment in American history; but he was not a spectator. More...

Jump for the Children Pony Derby to benefit Friends of Foster Children

Young riders from across the country are invited to saddle up for foster children on March 7 at the FTI Consulting Winter Equestrian Festival ’s first annual Jump for the Children Pony Derby, benefitting Friends of Foster Children .  More...

Real Estate News

Exclusive in Breakers West

Offering almost 3,800 square feet of living space with an open, split floor plan, this impeccable custom home is located at 1909 Flagler Estates Drive, in the exclusive Flagler Estates section of Breakers West. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Collectors’ tastes skewing to newer artful items

Collectors and collections are getting younger. So the old 1950s favorite, Chippendale furniture, has now been replaced by 1950s Eames pieces. More...

John Bradway named marketing director for Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa

After a long career in South Florida and more than a year in Manhattan, veteran hotelier John D. Bradway has decided there’s no place like Palm Beach. More...