June 12, 2014 RSS feed / Top News

Palm Beach Gardens hosts outdoor movies

The city of Palm Beach Gardens is launching a new event this summer — Summer on the Plaza: Movies Under the Stars.  Families are invited to attend the free movies to be shown at Veterans Plaza, 10500 N. More...

Rotary Club of West Palm Beach hosts reverse raffle fundraiser June 28

On June 28, the Rotary Club of West Palm Beach, a club serving the community for over 97 years, will host its 2nd Annual Reverse Raffle Fundraiser at the Lake Pavilion in West Palm Beach.  More...

Mandel JCC installs board members, honors past board chairman during meeting

The Mandel JCC of the Palm Beaches announced its new board members and presented three of its highest honors during its annual meeting. More...

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Business News

Unexpected finds in store at I Found It! in North Palm Beach

West Palm Beach lawyer creates business that features the vintage, renewed, refinished — pretty much always unusual

Everything from chests of drawers, coffee tables and curios to antiquated ashtrays, nude porcelain statues and something called a spaghetti lamp comprise the interesting inventory at I Found It! in North Palm Beach.  More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Classic oil cans make great gifts for car lovers

Men like cars, so plan to give a Father’s Day gift of a piece of automobilia. Can’t afford a full-size car? Try one of today’s most popular collectibles, a vintage motor oil can. More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Most paths to wealth require hard work and sacrifice

Many in the U.S. and around the world strive to achieve wealth. They ponder how to best create affluence. More...

When the temperature rises, hot deals are cooking at local restaurants

Now that the snowbirds have flown the coop, it’s easier for year-round residents to get into restaurants. It’s easier on their wallets, too, as restaurants concoct specials at their bars and in dining rooms for guests. More...

Monkey see, monkey do

One of the more notorious chapters in the battle by fundamentalists to suppress fact-based science occurred almost 90 years ago. The conflict came to a head in 1925 in the State of Tennessee vs. More...

Children’s hospital ranks among best

Nine Miami Children’s Hospital pediatric specialty services are ranked among the best in the nation in U.S. News & World Report’s 2014-15 “America’s Best Children’s Hospitals” rankings.  More...

MacArthur Beach State Park hosts second Citizen Science Program

John D. MacArthur Beach State Park is participating in its second Citizen Science Program. More...

Real Estate News

Luxury in Mirasol

This exceptional five-bedroom, fivebathroom home with a study has almost 5,000 square feet under air. The luxury home with the finest details is nestled in the desirable San Remo neighborhood of Palm Beach Gardens’ Mirasol, at 155 Remo Place. More...

Quantum Foundation approves $710,000 in grants to six nonprofits

The board of Quantum Foundation, under the chairmanship of local businessman and philanthropist William A. Meyer, approved six new grants totaling $710,000.  More...

Arts & Entertainment News

HOROSCOPES

GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Your creativity continues to run high and helps guide you to make some fine choices in the work you’re doing. Keep the weekend free for those special people in your life.  More...

PUZZLES

SWISHING SOUNDS

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Could author be the next Stephen King?

Port St. Lucie writer Keith Rommel’s horror novel is being made into a motion picture

The next Stephen King could surface in sunny South Florida.  With troubling titles such as “The Lurking Man,” “The Sinful Man” and “The Cursed Man” — now in production as a motion-picture thriller  More...