May 1, 2014 RSS feed / Top News

Fortin Foundation contributes $500,000 to Caridad Center

The Fortin Foundation has contributed $500,000 to enable Caridad Center to expand its dental clinic. More...

Four families donate $5 million to new Meyer Jewish Academy

Nearly 16 years after relocating to its current location in West Palm Beach, the Arthur I. More...

Miami experts, county emergency staff to present hurricane forecasting session

With hurricane season quickly approaching, the Mandel JCC Palm Beach Gardens is inviting community members to attend a free presentation explaining the science behind hurricane forecasting and tracking on Thursday, May 8, at 7 p.m. More...

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Business News

Dealing with the downtime

The summer slowdown means different things to Palm Beach businesses

Like other things here, doing business in the subtropics is frequently counterintuitive, at least compared to challenges faced by other business owners in North America.   More...

New businesses move in at PGA Commons

Inspired by European architecture, PGA Commons melds residential space with best-in-class shopping, dining and entertainment.  Recently, the outdoor plaza has added several new tenants, or announced their addition, to its lineup:  More...

Good investors read good books and lots of reports

Good investors read multiple periodicals on a regular basis and good investors attempt to annually read several books for much deeper investment understanding. More...

Would you take a test that would predict your death in five years?

This is a simple, one-question quiz.  Well, OK, it is a one-question quiz, but it’s not so simple.  Here’s the question: If you could take a blood test that would predict whether you’ll be alive five years from now, would More...

Oxbridge Academy appoints three to its board of directors

Oxbridge Academy has appointed Robert Kaufmann, Darlene Jordan and Karin Luter to its board of directors. They join current board members William I. Koch, Richard  Callahan, Christina  O’Donnell and Robert Simses.  Mr. More...

‘I Died and Lived To Tell About It’ lecture to benefit Healing Touch Buddies

Ticket sales have been swift, but seats still are available for the opportunity to see author, inventor and researcher Mellen-Thomas Benedict, whose brush with the afterworld more than 30 years ago will be the focus of a daylong seminar at Florida At More...

Fundraiser for bladder cancer research to honor Stephen Hale Gushée

The Palm Beach Shop & Stroll will be held May 3 in Palm Beach to support the Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network. The event coincides with BCAN’s Walk for Bladder Cancer, held in nearly 70 communities across the country.  More...

Real Estate News

Amazing ocean views, luxury amenities

THE RITZ CARLTON RESIDENCES, SINGer Island, is the essence of luxury and sophistication with the aqua blue Atlantic Ocean as your backyard. The Ritz has unparalleled services and attention to detail with an amenity-rich lifestyle. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

American pottery portray real and romanticized animals

American art pottery artists often painted pictures on their vases, pitchers and other pieces. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Singer’s song

Palm Beach Opera will premiere “Enemies, A Love Story,” based on the novel by Isaac Bashevis Singer

A s survivors of the Holocaust go, Herman Broder walked away with no outward scars but a deep psychic gash. Juggling two wives, a mistress and a crying-outloud crisis of faith, he longs for a time “when the universe was entirely silent.” More...

Friends of Jupiter Beach plan next food, wine fest

Friends of Jupiter Beach is announcing its 5th Annual Food and Wine Festival, set for 3 p.m.-6 p.m. May 17 at the Jupiter Riverwalk Events Plaza under the Indiantown Road Bridge. More...

COLLECTOR’S CORNER

Just when you thought season was winding down, up sprung a crop of antiques and collectibles events, including a couple of favorites.   More...