September 17, 2015 RSS feed / Top News

BEHIND THE WHEEL

What do you really get in Florida’s lowest cost convertible?

The least expensive convertible in Florida also is the cheapest drop top in the country, but it has more value in the Sunshine State. More...

September is Hunger Action Month

This month, Feeding South Florida, the food bank with the largest service area in the state, is taking part in Hunger Action Month to raise awareness of hunger in America. More...

Got time on your hands? Try volunteering

Retirement and downsizing can throw people into a tailspin. More...

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MONEY & INVESTING

Preferred stocks not the miracle equity they may appear to be

I absolutely love late night infomercials. More...

Employ the art of oratory to boost income

TED talks, YouTube rants and Mr. Peanut, the mascot for Planters Peanuts, are all signs of just how highly valued the art of oratory is today.  More...

Class of 2019 breaks attendance record at FAU’s honors college

Florida Atlantic University’s Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College welcomed the largest freshman class in its 16-year history when school last month. More...

The Waterford offers free computer classes to its employees

At The Waterford, a local independent retirement community, a portion of the workforce either comes from countries that don’t have computers or lags behind the overwhelming majority of us who do.  More...

Holocaust Museum raising money for education efforts

The Florida Holocaust Museum has launched its second annual Teaching Trunks fundraising campaign on IndieGo- Go to raise $10,000 to keep the service free to educators nationwide.  More...

KOVEL : ANTIQUES

Ceramic figurines captured slices of life and celebrity

Figurines and prints were the “photographs” and “news” of past centuries before the invention of the camera. More...

Real Estate News

Ritz Carlton Residences

Where luxury meets the Atlantic

IMAGINE LIVING IN MORE THAN 4,000 SQUARE feet on the 20th floor overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and sandy beaches. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

FLORIDA WRITERS

Poisoned soil and souls threaten an island in the Gulf of Mexico

¦ “Isolation” by Mary Anna Evans. Poisoned Pen Press. 288 pages. Hardcover, $26.95 (other formats available)   More...

Book ’em

Local authors find inspiration in history, murder, helping others

For some authors, it’s all about the history of things.  That was the case with Susan Gillis, Richard A. More...

Lecture series explores the work of Ann Norton

Her monumental sculptures peer out from beyond the fences and hedges that line the property along Flagler Drive that once was her home.  But how did Ann Norton develop that distinctive style, which at once is ancient, yet shockingly modern?  More...