March 3, 2016 RSS feed / Top News

West Palm Beach adds LGBT page to website

Members of the West Palm Beach lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community now have a place they can go to learn who can help them in the city. More...

A CLOSER LOOK

FPL’s next generation power plants: A positive step forward
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Teen artist unveils exhibit at Mandel JCC

The Mandel JCC Palm Beach Gardens has debuted “Unbounded: Bringing Art to Life,” featuring the works of 18-year old Zachary Rapaport. The exhibit runs through March 24 in the Bente S. and Daniel M. More...

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Retirement planning

New myRA plan tries to make things simple

CAN YOU JUST IMAGINE NOT HAVING TO WORK anymore? Your time, after a lifetime of labor, is finally yours. If you want to spend the morning kayaking, or barbecuing or shooting 36 holes at the golf course? Go ahead, it’s your time. More...

Honda extends Classic sponsorship 5 years

The biggest golfing event in Palm Beach County will keep its title for five more years.  More...

Four new professionals join Urban Design Kilday Studios

Urban Design Kilday Studios, an award-winning planning and landscape architecture firm, has added four planning and design professionals to its West Palm Beach office: Jan Polson, Sofia Garantiva, Brittany Bourgault and Kevin Kroll. More...

Pulling out all the stops: Kravis to debut organ

Musical history will be made at the Kravis Center on March 9, when rock star organist Cameron Carpenter performs with the Jacksonville Symphony and the Kravis’ own Marshall & Ogletree-commissioned Opus 11 digital organ makes its debut. More...

Feed Palm Beach County Day set for March 12

Hundreds of volunteers will gather at Gaines Park in West Palm Beach on Saturday, March 12, for the Third Annual Feed Palm Beach County Day, organized by the West Palm Beach Rotary Club. More...

85,000 expected at ArtFest by the Sea

Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center will present its ArtFest by the Sea on Saturday, March 12, and Sunday, March 13.  Stretching along the oceanfront on A1A, the event has become a springtime tradition for residents and snowbirds. More...

Power and money

In Florida so far, natural gas has become the most consequential cleaner energy source for the masses.  At FPL, the use of natural gas combined with steam-powered turbines has reduced polluting emissions by 90 percent in 15 years, including a 50 More...

BEHIND THE WHEEL

BMW M4 convertible is all your dream cars rolled into one

Choose one car to drive for the rest of your life. Chances are this is it.  The BMW M4 convertible is a droptop for the sunny days, a coupe for the wet ones, a luxury commuter and a 425 horsepower sports car. More...

Real Estate News

How ‘suite’ it is at Ritz-Carlton

Tower Suite 7A is one of only six Tower Suites at the Ritz-Carlton Residences on Singer Island. It offers more than 9,175 total square feet of direct oceanfront living at its best. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Ad signs in good condition, with great graphics, bring top dollar

In the 1980s, a series of restaurant chains started decorating with old advertising signs, figures, bottles and boxes to promote the idea of old-time menus and traditional food favorites. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Just plein gorgeous

Artists converge on Palm Beach County for Lighthouse ArtCenter’s Plein Air Festival

EVER WONDER HOW ARTISTS CAPture the shimmer of a breaking dawn so perfectly it seems to glimmer off their canvas? Or how they paint the translucence of a sparkling pond with such accuracy the water seems wet? More...

Maltz closes out season with ‘Kiss Me, Kate’

Better brush up your Shakespeare. Start quoting him now. Why? Because the Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s production of “Kiss Me, Kate” is as good a reason as any to savor the best of both worlds, courtesy of the Bard and Cole Porter. More...

HAPPENINGS

Lecture celebrates women who shaped Florida history

Celebrate Women’s History Month with a lecture by Doris L. Weatherford about her recent book “They Dared to Dream: Florida Women Who Shaped History,” at 7 p.m. More...