August 6, 2015 RSS feed / Top News

Gardens Medical Center receives a top award for cardiac care

In recognition of Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center’s commitment and success in implementing a higher standard of care for heart attack patients, the hospital has received the “Get with the Guidelines Platinum Performance Achievement Awar More...

Overall Florida consumer sentiment ticks down in July

Consumer sentiment among Floridians fell slightly in July to 89, down less than a point from June, according to the latest University of Florida consumer survey. Of the five components that make up the index, one increased and four decreased.  More...

Honor Flight hosts film to raise money for flight

To boost critical funding support for their scheduled October flight, Southeast Florida Honor Flight is presenting a movie night event featuring the film “Honor Flight: One Last Mission” at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter on Aug. More...

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Business News

Three ways to shift your thinking in the Brilliance Age

We have now entered into the Brilliance Age, where a culture of invention is created by the individual imagination. More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Advice for the newbie investor

Recently, I sat watching TV cuddled up next to my wife, relaxing after a hard day’s work. All of a sudden, I heard a blood-curdling scream in my left ear. My wife was in a panic as a relatively small insect was climbing up her jeans. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

KRAVIS’ 24TH SEASON

Expect a mix of the familiar – and unfamiliar – this year

The Kravis Center marks its 24th season with a little bit of everything, from Broadway to ballet, with some classical music in between. The season gets underway in earnest Oct. More...

Tennessee comes to Jupiter; kids present “Menagerie”

Odds are we all read “The Glass Menagerie” in high school.  It no doubt remains a rite of passage for many students.  But this summer, we actually can see ambitious teens tackling the Tennessee Williams play, with a little help More...

HAPPENINGS

Dramaworks set to open red-hot musical

It’s “110 in the Shade” in downtown West Palm Beach.  Now, there’s something we Floridians can relate to!  And what better way to spend a sweltering Saturday than a cool, beautiful theater with soft seats and a power More...

County Medical Society, clinics put out urgent call for help for uninsured

Cuts in Medicaid. Cuts in food stamps. More...

Loggerhead Marinelife Center benefit fashion show, gala Aug. 27 at The Gardens Mall

A fundraiser for Loggerhead Marinelife Center, titled #LMCFashBash, featuring a fashion show, gourmet food, creative cocktails and a luxury raffle, will be held Aug. 27 at The Gardens Mall from 6-8 p.m.  More...

Indian Pygmy Goslings at the Palm Beach Zoo beat the odds

The newest residents at the Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society are baby birds that are beating the odds: four Indian pygmy goslings born to mother Dhati and father Madhu on July 15.  The harsh reality is that the mortality rate of this s More...

Real Estate News

Tropical paradise in Lake Worth

This tropical paradise features a twostory, three-bedroom, three-bathroom, Key West style home that opens out to a separate guesthouse, two tiki huts, outdoor kitchen and bars, swimming pool, spa, waterfalls, beach, firepits, volleyball court, in-gro More...

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Horseless eCarriage: Vintage goes electric in our own backyard

South Florida thrives on the idea of old city charm mixed into a premium setting. We celebrate a modern twist on the old downtown from Worth Avenue in Palm Beach to the River District in Fort Myers, but something is still missing. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

A snuff-sniffing primer for modern collectors

Staffordshire potters in 19th-century England liked to depict humorous people in everyday activities. The figurines were the only way to see what a brave lion tamer or important political figure looked like. There were no photos and few prints. More...