October 9, 2014 RSS feed / Top News

7th annual El Sol ArtFest set for Nov. 2

El Sol’s 7th Annual ArtFest will return on Sunday, Nov. More...

Girl Scout troop donates signs to MacArthur Beach State Park

Members of Girl Scout Troop #21045 recently installed signs that they designed and paid for at John D. MacArthur Beach State Park to make the park easier for visitors to navigate.  More...

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Business News

2014 MOST DANGEROUS CELEBRITIES

These famous people are most often used by scammers as click bait

The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers about the “Most Dangerous Celebrities,” whose names and photos are most often used by scammers as click bait.  More...

Online voting underway for 2014 Providencia Award

Online voting is underway for the 2014 Providencia Award, a campaign by Discover The Palm Beaches and its Providencia Committee of local tourism representatives.  For three weeks the public may vote among three finalists — Delray Beach Mar More...

Arts & Entertainment News

LIFE IN “OUR TOWN”

Thornton Wilder’s play remains deceptively simple in its message on the fleeting quality of time.

Palm Beach Dramaworks probably will not win any awards for an elaborate set design or props for “Our Town.”  But that is as the 1938 play’s creator, Thornton Wilder, intended it.  More...

Symphonic Band offers a “caliente” season opener

Careful! The Symphonic Band of the Palm Beaches promises its seasonopening concerts will be hot.  As in “Muy Caliente.”  The band’s concerts, set for 7:30 p.m. Oct. More...

SPILLING IT

On Adam Levine, she likes tattoos

This interview is with West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio. We met at City Hall.  Emily Pantelides: What did you have for breakfast?  Mayor Jeri Muoio: (Laughs) You’re really going to ask me that? A protein shake. More...

West Palm Beach Rotary delivers dictionaries

More than 50 members of the West Palm Beach Rotary Club delivered 2,400 dictionaries to thirdgraders at 20 schools in September. It is the 10th year that the Rotary participated in the Dictionary Project. More...

Nonprofit AAU volleyball club seeking players in Jupiter, Gardens

A nonprofit AAU Volleyball club has formed in Jupiter and is seeking players and volunteers.  Jupiter Sharks Volleyball is for girls ages 11 to 18 who would like to learn and play volleyball.  More...

4th annual Delray Bash supports American Lung Association

The 4th Annual Delray Bash, featuring food, wine, beer, spirits and rockin’ live music will be held Oct. 18 from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at Old School Square Park, just off Atlantic Avenue in downtown Delray Beach. More...

Events, fundraisers and education sessions in observance of breast cancer awareness month

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...

Real Estate News

Magnificent Montsorrel model in Old Palm

OFFERED IS AN EXQUISITE MONTSORREL model on half an acre in exclusive Old Palm Golf Club, Palm Beach Gardens. The home at 11733 Valeros Court features five bedrooms, 6½ bathrooms, an office, two lofts and 6,480 square feet of living space. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

George Nakashima’s modern masterpieces in demand

George Nakashima created a special type of modern furniture sometimes called “free-edge.” He designed very simple legs and other furniture parts and created the famous tables topped by a slab of wood with original edges that often include More...