April 14, 2016 RSS feed / Top News

Honor Flight set to celebrate 80 WWII veterans

Eighty World War II veterans and two Korean War veterans are counting the days until April 16, the first Honor Flight of 2016. More...

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Hyundai Veloster – the outstanding, oddball virtues of being different

Daring to be different has a thin margin of error. It’s the line that separates a tech entrepreneur from your weird uncle Randy. But both will find appeal and value in the asymmetrical Hyundai Veloster.  More...

Science Center goes ‘gross’ for summer exhibition

What is and is not snot — that is the question — and many more that will be answered by the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium’s summer 2016 exhibition, “Grossology: The (Impolite) Science of the Human Body.” Base More...

‘Walk With a Doc’ set at Gardens Mall

Walking Your Way to Good Foot Health is set for Thursday, April 14, in The Gardens Mall’s Nordstrom Court.  Walking is meant to be safe, easy and fun. In order to reap all the benefits, you must have healthy feet. Dr. More...

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Hispanic Chamber turns 20

Organization plans Triunfo gala ‘Noche de Baile’

The 19th annual Triunfo “Noche de Baile” benefit gala will keep everyone dancing all night long.  More...

Attorney establishes scholarship for inner-city youth

Craig Goldenfarb, personal injury lawyer in West Palm Beach and owner of the Law Offices of Craig Goldenfarb, has announced the establishment of the Emmanuel McMiller Scholarship for Higher Education, which will be awarded to inner-city youth to help More...

Hammerheads, hops highlight Baseball & Brews

The tap of the keg will meet the crack of the bat at Roger Dean Stadium’s Baseball & Brews, an annual event that pairs America’s favorite beverage with America’s favorite pastime.  More...

MacArthur Park volunteer earns President’s Call to Service Award

Janet Heaton has received the Presidential and Lifetime Achievement Awards at MacArthur Beach State Park for her hard work and support of the park. Ms. More...

The remarkable story of John Doe

Mr. Doe, a Palm Beach County business owner, shared his story and a photograph with Florida Weekly — but asked that his real name not be used.  “I was adopted at birth, with my sister, who is three years older. More...

Marjorie S. Fisher awards grant to Palm Beach County Food Bank

More Palm Beach County families will learn about nutrition and how to stretch their grocery budget, thanks to a grant of $650,000 to the Palm Beach County Food Bank by the Marjorie S. More...

Palm Beach County exceeds expectations with Let’s Move! Challenge

Thousands of Palm Beach County residents got active during the month of March during Palm Healthcare Foundation’s Let’s Move! Commit to Change Physical Activity Challenge. More...

Real Estate News

Palm Beach classic estate

‘’Casa Vera,’’ a Marion Sims Wyeth-designed 1928 Mediterranean estate at 125 Via Del Lago, in the Estate section of Palm Beach, is on a lushly landscaped garden property designed by Mario Nivera. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Furniture made by earlier workmen often inspires later designers who create a modern version. More...

Welcome, spring

Hatsume Fair brings performances, artisan, craft and plant vendors and costume contests to the Morikami.

When spring comes to southern Palm Beach County, the Hatsume Fair is never far behind. The festival, held each year at the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, is a celebration of the first bud of spring.  More...

Palm Beach theaters sweep Carbonell Awards

The tent-pole theater companies in South Florida took home a majority of the Carbonell Awards for excellence April 4, with one major exception — although several up-and-coming troupes had been nominated in an unusually competitive year. More...