May 22, 2014 RSS feed / Top News

Palm Beach State College Foundation raises $101,000 at annual Golf Classic

Thirty golf foursomes gathered on May 9 at The Country Club at Mirasol in Palm Beach Gardens for The Palm Beach State College foundation’s annual Golf Classic. More...

Ibis Charities awards $100,000 to local charities and foundations

Ibis Charities Inc. has awarded grants to six locally based charities. Ibis Charities also supported the Breast Cancer Research Foundation through Play for P.I.N.K. More...

Memorial Day ceremony set at National Cemetery

The 7th Annual Memorial Day Ceremony will be held May 26 at the South Florida National Cemetery, 6501 State Road 7, south of Lantana Road in unincorporated Palm Beach County. More...

All My Sons Moving, owner host charity event May 28

As a major sponsor of the Steve Weagle Ride for the Red Cross, Spero Georgedakis and All My Sons Moving & Storage are hosting a Truck Yard Happy Hour at their Jupiter warehouse at 15827 Guild Court in Jupiter on Wednesday, May 28, from 4:30 to 6: More...

Special Sections

Business News

Employee cynicism can kill your company’s culture

Try these strategies to build trust instead

Hipness, snark and cynicism are hallmarks of modern culture. But what about your company’s culture? More...

MONEY & INVESTING

How dirty money is laundered

Dirty money is not old and worn paper currency. It is money that was earned through criminal activities.  More...

Arts & Entertainment News

The Shape of Things at the movies

It’s going to be a busy summer at the cinema.  Among other things, Earth will be taken over by Godzilla, Transformers and Apes; Spider- Man, X-Men and Hercules will be our heroes; Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel will show us a sex tape; and S More...

Norton resumes its Masterpiece of the Month series

Taking a cue from Britain’s National Gallery during World War II, the Norton Museum is once again offering its Masterpiece of the Month series during the summer.  More...

COLLECTOR’S CORNER

Summer is here, and events have slowed, but there still is shopping to do across the state, including a couple of auctions:   More...

It’s kitten season. Time to remember – Mother (cat) knows best

Kitten Season 2014 has begunn in Palm Beach County, and here is what you can do to help save lives.  This is the time of year when newimal newborn kittens start to flood animal shelters and rescue groups across the nation. More...

It is a grand old flag

Memorial Day weekend marks for many families and communities the unofficial beginning of summer. More...

Volunteering at Quantum rewarding, fun

Families who stay in the house sometimes leave home with little – not expecting a lengthy stay. Quantum House provides most everything they need for day-to-day living.  More...

The chromosome X dilemma

Women.  And I say that as a man.  The fact is, women really aren’t from Venus, and men really aren’t from Mars, as John Gray suggested in his best-selling 1992 book, “Men are from Mars, women are from Venus.”  H More...

Protecting Our Protectors

Wounded Warriors of South Florida nonprofit benefits from The Gardens Mall gifting campaign

It’s early on a Thursday morning and the temperature is rising fast in Lake Park’s bustling industrial corridor.  You wouldn’t know it by looking at Robert Chelberg, who appears cool and relaxed in a crisp, white, button-down s More...

Real Estate News

Luxury in Mirasol Country Club

OFFERED IS THIS RARE HALF-ACRE, CORNER lot with a spectacular three-bedroom, 3.2-bathroom home in the Quantera subdivision of the Mirasol Country Club, Palm Beach Gardens. The house at 202 Via Quantera is on a private cul-de-sac. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Judge collectibles by their appeal, not their price tags

One-of-a-kind collectibles are interesting and often not expensive. In the 1980s, a Navaho Indian decided to make a stuffed toy from a Pendleton wool blanket. More...

Northern Rotary Club honors north county fire rescue officers

The annual Rotary Club of the Northern Palm Beaches Fire Rescue Recognition breakfastst was held at the Doubletreetree Hotel on May 6. More...