February 11, 2016 RSS feed / Top News

Rotary needs 400 volunteers to help club help the hungry

Rotary needs your help.  Yes, the Rotary Club is a networking organization.  But it’s also a service group.  More...

Gross to leave JCC leadership

Paul Gross announced he will step down as head of the nonprofit Mandel JCC, which has locations in Boynton Beach and Palm Beach Gardens.  Mr. More...

Sports writer John Feinstein to lecture at FAU in Jupiter

Florida Atlantic University’s Lifelong Learning Society Jupiter will present a lecture by award-winning columnist, sports commentator and author John Feinstein at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. More...

Gardens Medical Center re-accredited as primary stroke center

For the fourth consecutive time, Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval and the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Heart-Check mark for Advanced Certification for Pr More...

BEHIND THE WHEEL

The fashionable face of the new Jeep Cherokee can’t hide the rough and tumble off-roader underneath

The Jeep Cherokee of the 1980s was one of those vehicles that instantly clicked with buyers. It gave them a convenient size while avoiding the stigma of driving their parent’s station wagon. More...

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Business News

Self-Published

Indie writers and booksellers get more respect in this DIY culture, but also face a market flooded with new authors

Self-publishing a book used to indicate a more distinct line between good and bad, amateur and professional writing. More...

PB boat show to bring more than $1 billion in vessels

The Palm Beach International Boat Show is one of the biggest events of the year. This year, the 31st installment of the annual show docks March 17-20 along the West Palm Beach Waterfront. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Looking Ahead

Maltz plans season of classics, plus new plays

It has a queen, a corrupt Broadway producer and a stripper. So it’s fitting that the Maltz Jupiter Theatre has titled its 2016/2017 season simply, “Let Us Entertain You!” More...

HAPPENINGS

Enjoy lunch from EmKo with Ann (Norton, that is)

The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens are now open for lunch from EmKo. More...

Jupiter Island artist inducted into the Florida Hall of Fame

You might not know her name, but if you’ve ever been to an airport, she has helped you find your way. More...

Norton breaks ground on expansion

The Norton Museum of Art is marking its 75th anniversary by expanding.  The museum, which opened in 1941, officially broke ground Feb. More...

Benjamin School students to help Adopt-A-Family

Students at The Benjamin School are a busy bunch. They held a Thanksgiving food drive that brought in more than 3,800 pounds of food. That led to a toy drive for the hundreds of children benefiting from Adopt-A-Family’s programs More...

Rotary buys wheelchairs

Life will become more accessible to 10 people in Palm Beach County, thanks to the Rotary Club of Singer Island.  The group raised $750 and secured a dollar-for-dollar matching gift from the Honda Classic to buy wheelchairs for 10 adults or child More...

Kenny G to serenade Honda Classic audiences

A smooth tradition will continue at this year’s Honda Classic. Saxophonist Kenny G is set to return to the golf tournament Feb. 25 to perform a free concert as he headlines after-play entertainment on Military Appreciation Day. More...

Flagler lecture explores legacy of legendary lawyer Darrow

Clarence Darrow inspired a character in the play “Inherit the Wind.”  And he probably is best known as the defense attorney in the Scopes Monkey Trial of 1925, which inspired the play.  More...

Real Estate News

Luxury home, large lot at Old Palm

This magnificent former model home by Courchene Development, at 11765 Calla Lilly Court in Old Palm Golf Club’s Grand Estates, is situated on a half-acre lot surrounded by lush landscaping.  This five-bedroom, 6.2-bath Royalton model featu More...

MONEY & INVESTING

America’s puzzling financial outlook

This is a very weird time for the U.S. economy. Usually when things are good, like in the early part of this decade, things feel good. People are spending, the stock market is booming, real estate prices are rising and wages are growing. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Nash and Tiffany’s histories artfully entwined

Today, the name Tiffany may mean leaded glass lamps or a jewelry store started by Charles Tiffany. But the name Tiffany is on many different types of art. More...