March 12, 2015 RSS feed / Top News

Auntie Anne’s matriarch to inspire women at Dress for Success luncheon

The women who walk into Dress for Success Palm Beaches long for livelihoods. They come from across the county looking for a new start at the social-services organization equipped to enable them. More...

League hosts new member event

The Junior League of the Palm Beaches will host a “New Member Mingle Event” Thursday, April 2, from 5:45 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. at 470 Columbia Drive, Building F, West Palm Beach.  More...

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Business News

Direct sales woman-ship

Direct sales.  Once, it was the domain of men only — and that usually meant door-to-door selling on a commission basis. More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Suze Orman gives good advice, but also leads by example

Just mention a personal finance topic, especially among women, and most likely Suze Orman’s name will become part of the conversation. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Just PLEIN pretty

The art of painting outdoors is a major draw for local festival, exhibitions

If it seems as though artists everywhere are flocking to the fields, the beaches and just about everywhere else in the great outdoors of South Florida, it is because they are.  Over the past few years, plein air painting has taken the area by st More...

West Palm gets its green on with Irish Fest on Flagler

West Palm Beach is seeing green.  That can mean only one thing: Irish Fest on Flagler is ready to return March 14-15 for another weekend of Irish food, drink, dancing and music in downtown West Palm Beach.  This year’s entertainment i More...

FLORIDA WRITERS

A psychological thriller with a valiant victim who escaped death

¦ “Cold Cold Heart” by Tami Hoag. Dutton. 390 pages. Hardcover, $27.95.   Abducted, beaten and raped, Dana Nolan is the ninth victim of a serial killer known as Doc Holiday. More...

Business booms as Antique Row gets set to party

Every district has its day. But each year, Antique Row has its night. On March 14, South Dixie Highway will be closed to vehicular traffic for the annual Evening on Antique Row. More...

Local Realtor wins Honda Classic 2015 volunteer challenge

Never mind who won this year’s Honda Classic — each year, the tournament hits a hole-in-one for charity.  This year is no exception, as one local Realtor topped the volunteer leaderboard with 534 votes to present a $10,000 check from More...

Salvation Army auxiliary luncheon honors Margaret Bradham Thornton

The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary will hold its 26th annual Hearts of Gold luncheon at The Beach Club in Palm Beach on Thursday, March 12.  This year’s honoree will be Palm Beach author Margaret Bradham Thornton, the auxiliary ann More...

‘Artists for Others’ benefit March 26 at Eau Palm resort

The performance line-up for the second annual Artists for Others, a benefit for Children’s Home Society of Florida, Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County and Holy Ground Shelter for Homeless, is shaping up to be an amazing night of ar More...

Real Estate News

Luxury and privacy in Mirasol

This exceptional Calabria II floor plan, four-bedroom, 4½-bathroom luxury home with 4,228 square feet under air plus office, second-level loft, and Golf Equity Membership, offers the finest details and is nestled in the desirable Riviera neighborhood More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Don’t mistake ‘Galli’ for ‘Nancy’ when it comes to glass work

Daum, Lalique, Majorelle, Delatte, A. Walter, and Schneider are some of the famous glass makers working in Nancy, France, in the late 19th and 20th centuries. A few still are creating quality glass vases and sculptures. More...

Scripps Florida, FAU, Max Planck form degree programs partnership

Florida Atlantic University, the Max Planck Florida Institute and The Scripps Research Institute have joined to transform the university’s John D. More...