June 18, 2015 RSS feed / Top News

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The Colony, Part II:

Renovations set to begin on Pavilion, penthouses, villas

The Colony Hotel — a center of Palm Beach Society since 1947 — celebrated a $9 million “re-imagining” by renowned decorator Carleton Varney less than a year ago.  More...

ABWA names Karen Dooley 2015 Woman of the Year

The Northern Palm Beach chapter of the American Business Women’s Association has honored Karen Dooley as its 2015 Chapter Woman of the Year.  The Woman of the Year program was designed so every chapter can annually recognize a member who h More...

Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center wins 2015 Women’s Choice Award

Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center has earned the 2015 Women’s Choice Award as one of America’s Best Hospitals for Heart Care.  The hospital is the only one in North Palm Beach County to qualify for this evidence-based designation, si More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Welcome to AJ’s place

One year after opening, AJ Brockman’s Brewhouse Gallery is thriving

If you like the idea of mixing a New York-style art gallery with the seductive accoutrements of a hipster lounge, The Brewhouse Gallery just might be your new place to hang out.  Gallery curator and resident artist AJ Brockman should know.  More...

Black film fest gears up for second year

The Boca Black Film Festival 2015 will return for its second year with a streamlined three-day festival at its new host hotel, the Embassy Suites Boca Raton, by offering more workshop sessions, panel discussions, and special screenings than last year More...

Photo Centre focuses on best of genre

How does the Palm Beach Photographic Centre keep coming up with such outstanding programming?  More...

With Florida’s bear population increasing, short October hunting season is considered

A BLACK BEAR HIT UP A SOUTH Fort Myers resident’s trash can twice last month in the hours before dawn, enjoying a used-up bottle of maple syrup, an ice cream container, and possibly some leftover seafood. More...

Greenacres ReStore opens June 20

Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County will celebrate the grand opening of its newest ReStore at 4639 Lake Worth Road in Greenacres on Saturday, June 20. The public is invited to the official ribbon cutting ceremony at 9:30 a.m.  More...

Real Estate News

A Palm Beach island classic

THIS QUALITY WITTMANN CUSTOM BUILT PALM BEACH TWO-STORY colonial with approximately 6,865 total square feet is ideally located on a large corner lot at Kenlyn and North Lake Way, convenient to the beach, bike trail and Intracoastal Waterway.  More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Sometimes, it’s better to do it yourself

I feel very fortunate to be married to my amazing wife, Robin, especially as I know that there are little things about me that tend to annoy her. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

An antique to keep your antiques in

Collecting is not a new hobby — there were cavemen and even birds that saw unusual or attractive items and took them “home” to save. More...