October 2, 2014 RSS feed / Top News

Loggerhead Marinelife Center names Go Blue Awards finalists

A panel has selected finalists for the Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s Sixth Annual Go Blue Awards to be announced at a luncheon on Nov. More...

Walks, talks, pink parties — all kinds of fundraisers

Want to help fight breast cancer? Or learn the latest medical news? There are plenty of opportunities in October. Check out our list below. Did we miss your event? We’ll publish a calendar of events each week in October. More...

Making Strides Walks this month in West Palm Beach, Boca Raton

Making Strides of Palm Beach and Making Strides of South Palm Beach will draw thousands of walkers for the annual American Cancer Society events.  The West Palm Beach walk is Oct. 16 at 9 a.m. More...

Annual Pink Ribbon Luncheon for Komen Oct. 15 in Boca Raton

The Susan G. Komen South Florida ninth annual Pink Ribbon Luncheon on Oct. 15 is “Breast Cancer 101,” with talks from a panel of local guests. More...

Literacy Coalition seeking teams for annual Grown-Up Spelling Bee

The Literacy Coalition’s annual Great Grown-Up Spelling Bee is Oct. 16 at Harriet Himmel Theater at CityPlace, 600 S. More...

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Business News

Church Mouse reopens, traps high-end merchandise for charity

In Palm Beach, there are a few ways to tell season is here.  One is the longer lines at Publix and in restaurants.  The shadows of the town’s namesake palms grow longer, too.  And, for savvy shoppers, a sure sign that season is h More...

Women’s business council names finalists for Woman of the Year

The Women in Business Council of the Northern Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce announced finalists for Woman of the Year, to be presented Oct. 2 at the Wyndham Grand Jupiter At Harbourside Place.  More...

Neurologist David Silvers opens office in Palm Beach Gardens

Dr. David Silvers, who for the past 20 years practiced neurology in Hartford, Conn., has relocated to Palm Beach Gardens. Dr. More...

Kids help kids through program for homeless shelter

A 12-year-old’s bar-mitzvah project took on a life of its own after he began volunteering at a homeless shelter in West Palm Beach. More...

‘You need people who have gone through it’

Before Adrianne Weissman survived breast cancer, she was an avid supporter to the cause. She chaired the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in 2009, donated generously, and promoted breast cancer awareness in her line of Evelyn & Arthur boutiques. More...

JFK Medical Center offering patients e-IORT, latest alternative to standard doses of radiation

Advances in surgery and radiation therapy make breast cancer treatments safer and more convenient than ever before. Standard radiation therapy usually involves as many as 33 treatments given five days per week. More...

South Florida Race for the Cure set for Jan. 31 in West Palm Beach

The Susan G. Komen South Florida Race for the Cure attracts more than 18,000 participants and supporters. More...

JMC wellness bus offers mobile mammography, health checks

Jupiter Medical Center created a way to save women time and energy when it comes to health care with its Wellness in Motion Bus. More...

Real Estate News

West Palm oasis offers beach, dock on Intracoastal

THIS SPECTACULAR INTRACOASTAL WATERFRONT property is one of only eight in West Palm Beach with its own private beach and private deep-water boat dock.  More...

Tiger Woods to open restaurant at Harbourside

Harbourside visitors soon will be able to put a Tiger in their tanks. Literally. Golfer and Jupiter Island resident Tiger Woods will open The Woods Jupiter: Sports and Dining Club at Harbourside Place. More...

Donate used cell phones, chargers to help domestic abuse victims

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and for the ninth year, Clerk Sharon Bock asks for Palm Beach County’s help to support domestic abuse victims. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

VISITING THE NORTON? GET IN LINE

Museum unveils its new lobby installation and rethinks its display of Old Master paintings

Visitors to the Norton Museum literally can get in line to see the latest lobby art installation.  That installation, by British artist Terry Haggerty, is something Norton curator Cheryl Brutvan promises is completely different from what the mus More...

Maltz team takes audiences on final journey “Through the Looking Glass”

Andrew Kato lives and breathes theater.  There are few who would deny it.  And perhaps the best way to experience that life of theater is to see something that is Mr. More...

SPILLING IT

“Don’t worry about tomorrow ….”

Emily Pantelides: You quite possibly have the best skin I’ve ever seen on a man or woman. What’s your secret?  Vanilla Ice: Vegetarian. 12 years.  EP: That’s really what you attribute it to?   More...