August 28, 2014 RSS feed / Top News

Apostolic development centers conducts shoe collection drive

Apostolic Child Development Centers is conducting a shoe collection drive through Sept. More...

Braman Motorcars sponsorship helps build new zoo tiger habitat

The Malayan tiger habitat at the Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society will more than double in size, thanks to its newest corporate sponsor, Braman Motorcars Palm Beach & Jupiter, the zoo has announced in a statement.  More...

Riviera development agency names marina events manager

The Riviera Beach Community Redevelopment Agency has named Mark Blomeke its marina facilities operation manager, the agency announced in a statement.  Blomeke joins Riviera Beach from The Breakers Palm Beach, where he served for 13 years as conf More...

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Cinépolis set to open luxury theater in Jupiter

Cinépolis USA, known for its worldclass luxury cinema seating and gourmet menu offerings, will open a 1,460- seat theater, replacing the existing Paragon Jupiter theater, later this year.  More...

The Community Foundation appoints a vice president, development manager

The Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties has appointed Renee Constantino as vice president for community investment and Kati Erickson as development manager.  More...

Physician’s showcase raises $60,000 at show

The recent 3rd annual Physician’s Talent Showcase raised more than $60,000 for three local nonprofit organizations, the Kretzer Piano Music Foundation announced in a statement.  Eighteen doctors and others performed for the sold-out show a More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Rock Royalty Revisited

Kings of Leon tour leads band to Cruzan.

The last time Kings of Leon was on a U.S. tour cycle, things ended so badly that it looked like fans might have seen the last of the band.  More...

My Life in Cars:

White walls, pink carnations and another era

Bill Carroll’s black rose beauty soaks up the sun over the Pep Boys Parking lot like a shamwow. It’s early in the day; the Florida air is already burning and barely breathable. More...

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Donation through Palm Healthcare helps Caridad Center clinic

A 1½-year-old girl with strabismus in her left eye might have lost her vision had she not undergone surgery. The toddler’s family might have seen their little one grow up with a disability, had the Caridad Center not helped.  More...

Annual Highballs & Hibiscus benefits JMC Pediatric Wellness

More than 350 friends of Jupiter Medical Center will kick off the social season with Highballs & Hibiscus on Sept. More...

Web development nonprofit launches West Palm chapter

Girl Develop It, a national nonprofit organization for women interested in web and software development, is starting a chapter in West Palm Beach.  The GDI West Palm Beach launch event will be Sept. 2 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. More...

County Cultural Council launching website allowing direct donations to projects

The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County is deploying a new fundraising website called power- 2give, which lets people donate any amount of money directly to projects created by arts and cultural organizations in Palm Beach County.  More...

Real Estate News

Mediterranean elegance in Old Marsh Golf Club

ELEGANCE ABOUNDS IN THIS MEDITERRAnean style, expansive one-level estate home custom built by Casto Homes in 2003. With almost 7,000 total square feet, there are four spacious bedrooms plus a large study/den, five full baths and a powder room. More...

Meals on Wheels of Palm Beaches serving western communities

Meals on Wheels of the Palm Beaches, which has served homebound seniors in central Palm Beach County for more than three years, recently began delivering nutritious noontime meals to residents of the Cresthaven community and will soon begin providing More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Copies of famous pottery blunders hard to spot

Watch out for fake antiques, especially copies of well-known pieces. In about 1820, some potters in the Staffordshire district of England made portrait figures of famous politicians, actors and athletes to sell in local shops. More...