September 3, 2015 RSS feed / Top News

‘Honor Flight Movie Night’ rescheduled for Oct. 7

The “Honor Flight Movie Night,” presented by Southeast Florida Honor Flight, has been postponed to Oct. 7.  Tickets will be available for $15 until the Oct. 7 makeup and may be purchased via ticketmaster.com. More...

Kravis Center seeking volunteers

In preparation for its 24th season, starting in October, the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is seeking volunteers.  More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Tractor toy recreated life on the farm

Toys are fun to use, but they also are learning tools. What child wouldn’t want a toy tractor that looked exactly like the big one used on the farm? More...

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MONEY & INVESTING

Lemmings aren’t really hysterical, investors shouldn’t be either

I’m sure that everyone reading this column has heard the expression about acting “like a lemming.” It basically means to follow others blindly without thinking. More...

Before the drop, a rosy August: Consumer sentiment reading might be erased by stock market activity

Consumer sentiment among Floridians rose less than a point in August to 91.2, according to the latest University of Florida consumer confidence report.  Of the five components that make up the index, two rose and three declined. More...

Electronic shout-outs

More and more, good reviews on websites bring big business

Reuben’s Smokehouse, 11: Eleven Café, McCarthy’s Wildlife Sanctuary and other local businesses are benefiting from the power of the online customer review and the celebrity shout-out. More...

FWC challenges public to bag Burmese pythons

After a three-year hiatus, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has reprised its Python Challenge for 2016, encouraging hunters to capture as many invasive Burmese pythons as possible between Saturday, Jan. 16, and Sunday, Feb. 14. More...

500 helpers sought to pack meals for hungry children in Haiti

Over 500 participants are being sought to help pack food for the second annual Food Packing for Haiti event scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 17, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church and School.  More...

Harbourside Place wins ‘Project of the Year’

Harbourside Place, Jupiter’s multiuse project developed by Allied Capital and Development of South Florida, was named 2015 Vision Awards Project Winner at Urban Land Institute’s Southeast U.S. and Caribbean Awards ceremony. More...

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Maserati GranTurismo is endangered Italian wildlife

Maserati has long been a brand built on passion, and the GranTurismo Convertible Sport might just be the last great infatuation. More...

Real Estate News

Four Realtors join team at Waterfront Properties

Waterfront Properties & Club Communities has announced several key additions to its brokerage team. More...

Resort-style estate, stunning views

Two luxury homes make one grand estate. Stunning panoramic views are offered from the Intracoastal resort-style estate, which includes fully equipped docks for yachts up to 80 feet, with easy access to the ocean. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

New soul

The next generation of singers keeps the emotion strong

SOUL MUSIC IS FAR FROM DEAD.  It might not be played as much on the radio nowadays, but musicians — and listeners — are still lured to it.  As long as people possess a heart that can break and emotions that run deep, there will More...

How swede it is: Film festival set to return

It’s so bad it’s good.  The film festival that refuses to take itself seriously will return to Palm Beach County Oct. More...

HAPPENINGS

Library highlights life of pioneer educator Bethune

Do you recall the Matt Damon line from the film “Good Will Hunting?” It went like this: One day you’ll realize you spent 150 grand on an education you could have gotten for $1.50 in late charges at your public library.  It&rsqu More...