March 5, 2015 RSS feed / Top News

Juno Beach Shred Fest March 12

The Juno Beach Civic Association annual free shredding event, 2015 Shred Fest, is Thursday, March 12, from 9:30- noon at the Juno Beach Town Center parking lot, 340 Ocean Drive, Juno Beach. More...

Group donates to buoy program

The Palm Beach County Fishing Foundation (PBCFF) has donated $5,000 to Palm Beach County’s Mooring Buoy Program.  The PBCFF is the charitable affiliate of the 80-year-old West Palm Beach Fishing Club.  More...

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Business News

Rabbit Coffee Roasting Company: A unique blend

Java junkies take note. There is a new coffee roasting company in the area and its trio of owners has a fervor for culling flavors from coffee beans that match their customers’ love for the rich tastes they produce.  More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Making sense of GDP reports

The Gross Domestic Product for the U.S. final quarter of 2015 was released on Feb. 27. Most investors do not understand what it means and they look to commentaries to tag the announcement as good, bad or neutral.  More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Epic musical

Maltz offers tale of redemption with “Les Misérables”

In the mid-19th century, Victor Hugo was the John Grisham of his day, turning out epic novels that sold in the millions.  The French novelist’s tales included “The Hunchback of Notre-Dame” and one that, for contemporary audienc More...

SunFest brings rockers, artists along waterfront

Forget the jazz fest of yore.  SunFest shed that label decades ago.  But what it is bringing for its 33rd installment, April 29-May 3, is a mix of alternative and classic rock, reggae and blues, as well as works by vetted artists from acros More...

SPILLING IT

‘We think business should be fun’

Emily Pantelides: You are easily the smartest person I know.  Suzy Welch: You need to get out more!  EP: I’m serious. I say that because smart, powerful women sometimes come across as nasty and you don’t.  More...

Peggy Adams sets goals for 90th year; offers pets, people fun at annual walk

This year marks a milestone for the Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League. Not only does the grassroots group founded on the porch of a Palm Beach home celebrate its 90th anniversary, it also fetes the fifth year of its new building.  More...

Resource Depot fundraiser offers casino-style games

Resource Depot, a nonprofit organization that provides materials for educational and art projects through creative reuse, hopes Friday the 13th will be its lucky day.  More...

Cancer research luncheon draws 250 women to Frenchman’s Creek

Over 250 women attended the recent Frenchman’s Creek Women For Cancer Research annual luncheon at Frenchman’s Creek Beach and Country Club.  More...

Real Estate News

Ocean’s Edge luxury home with amazing views

Ocean’s Edge is one of the most beautiful buildings on Singer Island. It is resort style living at its best. Immerse yourself in luxury where there are only 40 lavish residences offering the most extraordinary comfort and sophistication.  More...

Prodesa breaks ground on Ocean Eighteen, on the tip of Singer Island

Palm Beach Shores town officials came out on a chilly South Florida day for the Ocean Eighteen groundbreaking.  Sitting at the southernmost tip of Singer Island, Ocean Eighteen is a secluded oceanfront community of only 18 boutique-style condomi More...

Whole Foods opens 42,000-square-foot store in West Palm Beach

Whole Foods Market opened its West Palm Beach store on Feb. More...