November 26, 2015 RSS feed / Top News

Marlins, Cardinals set schedules for spring at Roger Dean Stadium

The Miami Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals will be back to Roger Dean Stadium in 2016 for a total of 28 games, plus two exhibition games, according to the teams.  More...

The Dr. Is In

IT DOES NOT TAKE A SILLY GOOSE TO FALL IN love with Dr. Seuss. His quirky folk always got the joke. Yes, the Cat. The hat. Things One and Two. But when you thought you had seen them all, Up pop new characters at the mall. More...

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DVIC trains veterans for life after war

THIS STORY BEGINS WITH FOUR MEN AND women bearing two names: Trippe and Pender. More...

May I have this dance?

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

The tango was introduced in Argentina about 1902, but didn’t become the latest dance craze until about 1916. It spread to Paris, the United States and Europe, and remained a favorite until the 1920s. More...

The 2016 Genesis is a revolution designed to leave Hyundai behind

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Look closely at the pictured sedan. There’s only one Hyundai badge on the rear (not seen here), and everywhere else inside and out only carries large wingspan logos with the Genesis model name. More...

St. Mary’s Medical Center names Gabrielle Finley-Hazle as CEO

St. Mary’s Medical Center has appointed Gabrielle Finley Hazle as the hospital’s chief executive officer. A South Florida native, Ms. More...

Inaugural luncheon to benefit Grandma’s Place shelter

Eat, drink and help kids who have no place to go.  Grandma’s Place, an emergency shelter for 16 children, will host its inaugural luncheon Dec. More...

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Vintage charm in Delray

This 1937 cottage is one-of-a-kind in the beach area of Delray Beach. Lovingly restored over the years, it offers spacious rooms, ageless details, lush tropical gardens and an oversized pool. More...

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Mining Magic

It was bleak and rainy.  The talk was of a miners’ strike and despair.  Only this wasn’t northern England, it was Florida.  And the Maltz Jupiter Theatre was preparing for its next production, “Billy Elliot The Musica More...

Seraphic Fire promises angel sounds for Christmas

The sound is heavenly.  But Seraphic Fire hails from Miami and plans to present a Christmas concert in Palm Beach Gardens.  Got that?  Good!  Seraphic Fire, the Miami choir, will perform “A Seraphic Fire Christmas: The First More...

Gardens come alive at Ann Norton Holiday House

Can’t shake the holiday stress? Take a walk in the garden. Watch the koi swims. Count the lights on the trees. Visit the happy family sculpture. The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens has the respite you need, and a few other things. Like shopping! More...