February 18, 2016 RSS feed / Top News

WHAT TO LOOK FOR THIS YEAR

Nine things to look for in spring training

The Grapefruit League is not a league in the normal sense of leagues. Nobody sets out to win the Grapefruit League, the catchall nickname for the 15 Major League Baseball teams who train in Florida. More...

Can Mattingly help Marlins break losing streak?

The Miami Marlins keep changing things and keep getting the same results. They lose. They moved into a new stadium and changed their name from Florida Marlins to Miami Marlins in 2012 They lost before and after the changes. More...

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Cadillac CTS-V is a 200 mph brute in a finely tailored suit

Cadillac is an iconic American brand with an American sense of luxury. So even when it comes time to build a super sedan in the style that’s been made popular by the Europeans, Caddy still does it on its own terms. More...

Special Sections

Business News

Gardens firm looks west

Kitson & Partners to break ground on 18,000-acre town at Babcock Ranch, east of Fort Myers

Kitson & Partners has set Earth Day 2016 as the official birth date for the new town of Babcock Ranch in Southwest Florida. More...

Visitor total in 2015 for Palm Beaches sets record

Discover The Palm Beaches, the official tourism marketing corporation for Palm Beach County, has released the year-end hotel performance dashboard for 2015. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

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Rising art star bares her soul through paintings that are

Artists often create because of a passion for someone, a place or a cause. More...

HAPPENINGS

Sunset Lounge to hold tribute to R&B musicians

With season fully upon us, there are dozens of great activities happening. Your biggest problem is choosing where to go, what to do and whom to see.  Got plans to celebrate Black History Month?  More...

Future of Arts Garage may be in jeopardy

The future of the Arts Garage in Delray Beach is in serious jeopardy, its executive director said, because of a nearly depleted cash flow, crucial operating funds being withheld by a funder and an impossible-to-meet March 15 deadline to buy its home More...

‘Harry and Snowman’: A Cinderella horse story

As love stories often do, it all started with a look. When an 8-year-old Amish plow horse being loaded on a truck bound for the glue factory caught the eye of riding instructor Harry deLeyer, it changed both of their lives forever. More...

Impact 100 gears up for $500,000 in grants

Impact 100 Palm Beach County invites women who want to make a big impact on their community to join them by March 31 as part of an organization dedicated to awarding grants to nonprofit groups that rely on donations.  More...

Cardinals may still maintain winning lineup

The St. Louis Cardinals just continue doing what they almost always do — contend for championships. That will almost certainly be the case again in 2016. More...

Roger Dean aims for home run with Bullpen

The Washington Nationals and Houston Astros won’t start training in West Palm Beach until 2017 but their $135 million complex under construction has already affected Roger Dean Stadium.  More...

Real Estate News

Palm Beach chic on Ibis Isle

This home is Palm Beach chic, designed to bring the outdoors in.  The unit, at 2155 Ibis Isle, 5, is in Tower Vallencay, a small boutique building with a 24-hour doorman.  Two master en-suites offer stunning sunset views of the Intracoastal More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Patient prison artists used resources at hand

There are many kinds of folk art, but some of the strangest collectibles are called “prison art,” which is art made by prisoners in prisons or jails using the very unorthodox materials that are available. More...

Cultural Council to honor Kretzer-Sayler with Muse Award

The Kretzer Piano Music Foundation has announced that the nonprofit organization’s founder, Kathi Kretzer-Sayler, has been named this year’s recipient of the Muse Award for Outstanding Civic Leader.  Given by the Cultural Council of More...