January 22, 2015 RSS feed / Top News

Shopping event raises $100,000 to fund bladder cancer research

Last year's Palm Beach Shop and Stroll to benefit the Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network has raised $100,000 to fund a Young Investigator research award named for the late Stephen Hale Gushee, an area resident, the organ ization announced in a statement More...

Zoo accepting applications for Youth Volunteer Corps

The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society is accepting online applications for its Youth Volunteer Corps.  Teenagers 14-17 can apply by printing an online registration form and sending in the application, along with all required material, th More...

Award-winning iPhone photographer holding class at Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse

The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum will offer “iPhoneography,” an iPhone/iPad shooting and processing workshop Feb. 7 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. More...

Pinnacle Kids charity names members to board of directors

Pinnacle Kids, a Jupiter-based charity that helps public schools and their classrooms by meeting special needs, has announced its new board of directors.  More...

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Business News

BOSSES

The 12 types and how to deal with them

There are 12 types of bosses, each with a different management style, says Geoffrey James, author of “Business Without the Bullsh*t: 49 Secrets and Shortcuts You Need to Know.” And every employee needs a field guide to identify which type More...

Arts & Entertainment News

A GREEN AND PLEASANT SHOW

Norton explores paintings in the British landscape tradition

There is a decided change in the landscape at the Norton Museum of Art. More...

Cultural series highlights pianist’s talents

You may have heard pianists known to tickle or tease the ivories. Charming the black-and-whites is another talent, entrancing the audience as the artist bends the keys to his will, forges an electric pause, then invites the very air to breathe. More...

THEATER REVIEW

Maltz puts lavish new spin on classic “The Wiz”

It would be exhausting to watch “The Wiz” if it weren’t so enthralling to see what comes next.  More...

Volunteer finds reward staffing ‘Lost Children’ booth for 50 years

Darline McGehe has volunteered at the South Florida Fair for 50 years. Jan. 29, she will celebrate her 78th birthday there.  She grew up a half-mile from the fairgrounds, when it used to be all cow pastures and farmland.  More...

Jewish National Fund contest celebrates New Year for Trees

In celebration of Tu BiShvat, the Jewish New Year for trees that will be celebrated on Feb. More...

Frenchman’s Creek golf tourney raises $315,000 for JMC

With 230 golfers participating and 35 nongolfing guests, Frenchman’s Creek raised $315,000 to benefit Jupiter Medical Center during its annual Men’s Health Day Golf Tournament last month.  Joe Taddeo, chairman of the board of Jupiter More...

Trump renovates Doral, Red Tiger course open

Renovation of Donald Trump’s Red Tiger golf course is complete, the Trump company announced in a statement.  Joined at Trump National Doral, Miami, by golf course designers Gil Hanse and Jim Wagner, as well as 88 contestants of the 63rd An More...

CONTINUUM WPB is two weeks of free arts and performance events

The art and culture scene in downtown West Palm Beach is being showcased this month at the CONTINUUM WPB Arts pop-up gallery and performance space.  Presented by the West Palm Beach Arts & Entertainment District, the large pop-up gallery wil More...

Palm Beach Zoo sets this year’s Conservation Leadership Lecture Series

The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society has announced the 2015 Conservation Leadership Lecture Series, supported by presenting sponsor Bank of America. All lectures are 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Zoo’s Tropics Café. More...

Real Estate News

Exceptional home in Mirasol

A GOLF EQUITY IS AVAILABLE WITH this exceptional Calabria II model at 138 Viera Drive in Mirasol in Palm Beach Gardens. The professionally decorated pool home has been impeccably maintained. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Charles Hart’s articulated decoys continue to fascinate

Carvings of birds, especially ducks and other wild species, are collected by those who consider the best examples to be art, while other examples are to be used as decoys when hunting. More...