July 9, 2015 RSS feed / Top News

New JMC Foundation president begins launch of $300M campaign

Jupiter Medical Center has named Liv E. Vesely as president of the Jupiter Medical Center Foundation, the fundraising arm of the nonprofit Jupiter Medical Center. Ms. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Recycled art popular with collectors

Being “green” is not a new idea. Our ancestors recycled and reused precious pieces of fabrics, broken dishes and glass, iron, tin and more. Textiles often were woven on a loom at home until the mid-1850s. More...

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Twelve tips to creating a strong résumé for a first job search

Maybe you’ve had a few summer jobs or worked parttime while attending college. Or perhaps you’ve never received a paycheck at all. More...

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MONEY & INVESTING

People often ask me what I miss most about working at an investment bank structuring derivatives. Was it the fancy dinners or hobnobbing with CEOs? More...

Riviera Beach plans $30 million permanent, year-round market

Riviera Beach is positioning itself to become the go-to spot for a year-round market offering fresh local produce and unique arts and crafts.  As part of the town’s $375 million waterfront redevelopment project, town officials are envision More...

Quattlebaum named chairman of Center for Famly Services board

The Center for Family Services announced the appointment of Greg Quattlebaum as president of its board of directors.  Mr. More...

It’s time to enter Florida Weekly’s annual pet photography contest

Share your best photos of your dog, cat, bird, turtle, emu, pig, snake or that other special critter with Florida Weekly. The first-place winner will receive a $250 gift certificate to his or her favorite pet supply store. More...

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Ritz Carlton lifestyle with amazing views

One of the most beautiful condominiums available, this residence has a warm, inviting atmosphere that is defined by casual elegance and an open floor plan. More...

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LOOKING AHEAD

New director steers Armory Art Center to its 30th anniversary

For nearly three decades, the Armory Art Center has been a hub for exhibitions and classes.  And with new leadership, the museum and art school looks ahead to its second 30 years.  Kim Harty, who came on board as the Armory’s new exec More...

Dramaworks offers “A Little Night Music”

“A Little Night Music” is a story of love lost and found.  But most of us know the Stephen Sondheim musical for one song, and it’s a biggie.  “Send in the Clowns.”  Isn’t it rich?  When the cast More...

A French twist for Norton’s Art After Dark

Instead of Art After Dark, say “Art aprés la nuit tombée.” Once a year, the Norton Museum of Art gives a proper nod and très bon to our French brothers in recognition of Bastille Day.  More...