February 27, 2014 RSS feed / Top News

Muse Awards honor “Best and Brightest” county arts and cultural programs

The best and brightest in the world of arts and culture in Palm Beach County will be recognized by the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County and the arts community at the Kravis Center’s Cohen Pavilion during the 2014 Muse Awards at 6 p.m. More...

Tropical Fruit Tree and Edible Plant Sale March 29 at fairgrounds

Avocados, bananas, Barbados cherries, black sapotes, canistel, carambola, citrus, dragon fruit, figs, guavas, grumichama, jackfruit, jaboticaba, longan, lychees, macadamia, mamey sapote, mangos, miracle fruit, mulberries, papayas, peaches, persimmons More...

Irma Anapol to be unveiled as “Grand Matriarch” at “Portrait of a Woman” luncheon

Renowned portrait artist and event founder Renee D. Plevy, and co-chair Kim Champion of the annual Portrait of a Woman Luncheon, announced that Palm Beach philanthropist Irma Anapol has been named the Grand Matriarch of the third annual luncheon. More...

Place of Hope clinical director Gina Fazio a ‘Dare to Be’ winner

It was remindful of the movie “The Blind Side.” Gina Fazio of Palm Beach Gardens was in a position to do something special to change a life. She didn’t win an Academy Award for her work, but Ms. More...

Palm Beach couple honored for launching Chamber Music Society

Chris Kellogg and Vicki Kellogg of Palm Beach were honored at the 4th Annual Classical South Florida Leadership Luncheon on Feb. 7. The couple received the Dr. Sanford L. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Goat carts good for work and play

Energy use and cost are big problems today, but our ancestors found some simple solutions. Conestoga Auction Co. in Pennsylvania sold a goat cart in 2013 for $236. Was it a toy? A farm tool? Animal power was important in past years. More...

St. Mary’s surgeon first to use new limb lengthening system

Dror Paley M.D., medical director of the Paley Advanced Limb Lengthening Institute at St. More...

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Lighthouse Cove Adventure Golf tees up for business in Jupiter

South Florida native Patty Bartoli knows exactly what she envisions for the new Lighthouse Cove Adventure Golf miniature golf facility she opened in Jupiter.  More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Other Dimensions

Exhibition at Ann Norton explores alternate space, time

A visit to the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens’ latest exhibition, “Vanities, Metaphors & Frolics,” is a little like a journey into another dimension.  The show, open through March 9, combines the work of Geoffrey Bradfield, C More...

Dramaworks plans ambitious 15th season

Fifteen is a great number for looking backward and forward, especially for a theater company.  “This is our 15th anniversary season. More...

CONTRACT BRIDGE

A tactical approach

It might seem that South should go down one against proper defense on this deal, but actually three notrump can be made if declarer plays his cards correctly.  South wins the heart lead with the queen and is immediately faced with a crucial deci More...

Seeing Green

Philanthropist Roe Green prides herself on making a difference in the arts

Roe Green is no wallflower.  Ask anyone in the business.  More...

COMMENTARY

Who is afraid of the big bad wolf?

The aftermath of the housing collapse is still with us. Eight of the country’s top 10 metro areas for foreclosure activity are in Florida. More...

Eva Schloss, Anne Frank’s stepsister, to speak in Palm Beach Gardens

Everyone knows the story, the book, the movie. More...

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Angel Forum of Florida names two new board members

Angel Forum of Florida, a nonprofit organization that facilitates interaction between Angel Investors and Florida Entrepreneurs, announced the addition of two new board members. More...

FP&L history subject of Historical Society program

The Palm Beach Gardens Historical Society has announced that Don Kiselewski, Jr. will be the guest speaker on March 12, for the society’s Enrichment Program Series. More...

Meals on Wheels of the Palm Beaches names three board members

Meals on Wheels of the Palm Beaches announced that Alyson Davidson, Phillis Jones and Susan Kirkpatrick have joined the organization’s board of directors.  More...

COMMENTARY

The treacherous Fibahatchee River

The state legislative session is about to begin. Although you may know that, you probably don’t know what a state legislative session really is or how it works, do you? More...

Real Estate News

Oceanfront contemporary in Palm Beach

This is a spectacular direct oceanfront, contemporary home. It offers four bedrooms and 5½ baths and floorto ceiling windows. The home is very light and bright, with high ceilings. More...

Leopold Law merges with Washington, D.C. firm

Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC, a premier national plaintiffs’ firm headquartered in Washington, D.C., and Leopold Law, a leading national and Florida statewide firm based in Palm Beach Gardens have announced a merger. More...

Robin Gliboff named executive director of Devonshire at PGA National

There’s news at PGA National — but, this time, it’s not about golf. The announcement: A new executive director of Devonshire at PGA and the community’s continuing care neighborhood, Chatsworth at PGA National.  More...