October 1, 2015 RSS feed / Top News

Rocco’s Tacos hopes to raise another $50,000 during ‘Tacos and Tatas Tuesdays’

The entire month of October, all six Rocco’s Tacos & Tequila Bar locations in Florida will donate a percentage of their famed Taco Tuesday sales to breast cancer research via Susan G. Komen for the Cure. More...

Loggerhead Marinelife Center Go Blue finalists announced

The 2015 awards finalists for the Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s Go Blue awards were named.  Winners in each category will be revealed at the Seventh Annual Go Blue Awards Luncheon on Nov. More...

Kia Soul EV makes everything electric

BEHIND THE WHEEL

We all know what the car of the future is supposed to sound like. Movies that peeked into the crystal ball showed traffic whizzing by with a soft electric hum. More...

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Business News

Striking the balance between inflation and deflation

MONEY & INVESTING

I own a business buying and selling estate jewelry and diamonds, and so I hear some wild stories. More...

Looking ahead

Consumer sentiment reflects lingering effects of stock market correction, survey shows

Consumer sentiment among Floridians fell almost three points in September to 87.9, according to the latest University of Florida consumer survey. Among the five components that make up the index, four declined and one increased.  More...

Executive Women of the Palm Beaches adds four new members

Executive Women of the Palm Beaches announced the addition of four leading businesswomen to the organization.  More...

Arts & Entertainment News

museum mash-up

Summer’s over and that first inkling of season is here, at least at area art museums.

Ask any business in South Florida and its management will tell you the cruelest month is September.  But the ninth month of the year has its perks for art and history lovers because September is a time when institutions across the area get ready More...

Opening week for markets, art, theater

HAPPENINGS

It’s a week of big openings.  The area’s oldest outdoor marketplace returns to The West Palm Beach Waterfront on Oct. 3.  More...

Individual tickets to go on sale at Kravis

Want to see a show this season at the Kravis Center?  Oct. 3 is your day.  Public ticket sale day starts at 9 a.m. Oct. 3.  You can stand in line. The Dreyfoos Hall lobby will open at 7:30 a.m. with breakfast treats and coffee. More...

Mounts Botanical Garden plans next show, brick by brick

The Mounts Botanical Garden plans to LEGO this fall with the largest exhibition in its 30-year history.  Beginning in November, the garden will host “Nature Connects: Art with LEGO Bricks.”  The show, which opens Nov. More...

‘The threat is always looming … I will use it to share my experiences’

Life has been good to me. No, make that great. More...

Try a tulipiere for showing off prized hyacinths, tulips

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Tulip mania, a strange financial “bubble” in Holland in the 1630s, made a tulip bulb cost up to 10 times the yearly income of a skilled craftsman, according to some writers. More...

Real Estate News

Secret paradise on Manalapan

Newly constructed, this spectacular estate sits on 3/4 of an acre with 351 feet on the wide Intracoastal Waterway. More...

Holden Luntz Gallery

Pioneers of Photography: Classic Images from the 1920s to the 1960s

¦ Oct. 3 through Nov. More...

Cramped condo kitchen becomes expansive waterfront respite

Designer Giovanni Di Stadio brings in the ocean view and makes room for friends and family

Giovanni Di Stadio, founder of Interiors by G in South Florida, has become one of the area’s go-to designers for stunning makeovers. More...