May 8, 2014 RSS feed / Top News

KDW Classic set for May 31

One of the largest Kingfish-Dolphin Wahoo fishing tournaments in Florida returns to Riviera Beach Marina this month. The 12th annual Palm Beach County KDW Classic is set for Saturday, May 31. More...

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GreenMarket opens May 11

The popular Palm Beach Gardens GreenMarket starts its summer run at STORE Self Storage on May 11, providing the produce-picking public the opportunity to shop in the shade while the sun swelters.  The city and the storage facility have, for the More...

May 14 Palm Beach Chamber breakfast set for the Kravis Center

Internationally renowned speaker Dr. Mohammad Bhuiyan of the Yunus Creative Lab Inc. will speak about micro-financing at the May 14 Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce breakfast. More...

Girls II Women

Program steeped in success stories recognized by The Gardens Mall

The sixth-, seventh-, and eighthgraders in the Girls II Women program have worked for weeks preparing poems and letters to honor their mothers, grandmothers and, in some cases, their guardians.  More...

Arts & Entertainment News

THE MOVIES ARE FULL OF DYSFUNCTIONAL MOTHERS WE LOVE TO HATE... MOMS from hell

MOTHERS ARE WARM, LOVING, nurturing and self-sacrificial. Unless, of course, they’re Moms from Hell. Then all bets are off. More...

PUZZLES

WHAT THEY SHOULD HAVE STARRED IN
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HOROSCOPES

TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) You still need to work out last-minute snags in your dealings with a rival. Hold your ground despite a perceived lack of support. Things should turn around before you know it.   More...

County History Institute receives achievement award

The Palm Beach County History Institute, a consortium of local nonprofits, will receive an outstanding recognition in organizational achievement by the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation at its annual conference.  The award recognizes outst More...

Summer camp

Too often, parents and grandparents simply accept the status quo when it comes to imprisoning their children in summer camps.  They commonly buy themselves a kidfree week by shuffling their young charges off to the usual art camp or science camp More...

Science center exhibit offers twists, turns of “Mazes”

The South Florida Science Center’s latest exhibition offers a bit of a twist and a twin.  “Mazes,” open through Sept. More...

Real Estate News

Timeless resort-style residence at BallenIsles

THIS MUST-HAVE CUSTOM GOLF COURSE estate is exquisitely designed and decorated with only the finest appointments offering formal and informal living at its best. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Faux finishes meant to fool can fetch a price in their own right

Expensive woods like teak or mahogany, marble, stone and other materials used to make expensive furniture are often imitated by a painted surface. Faux finishes have been used since the days of ancient Egypt. More...

LIVING IN FLORIDA

Termite colonies function as one organism

More closely related to the cockroach than the ant, termites share a common ancestor that scuttled about the earth 300 million years ago. More...