May 12, 2016 RSS feed / Top News

Honor Flight to give vets a day in Washington

They fought in Germany, France, Japan and Korea, and came home to a grateful nation. But 81 veterans from South Florida and the Treasure Coast still have one more mission to make — this time to Washington, D.C. More...

Which sex invests better?

A tendency to shake things up can make men less successful than women with investments

WHEN IT COMES TO INVESTING, MANY WOMEN TAKE A STAY-the-course approach that research shows can give them an advantage over their male counterparts. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Authentic medieval armor very rare, expensive

Medieval armor was one of the prized purchases by Americans taking the Grand Tour of Europe in Victorian days. And, clever metalsmiths made copies of the armor that were able to fool the average tourist, even some experts. More...

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Business News

MOVING ON UP

Name: Theodore “Ted” Peroulakis Title: Certified Financial Planner at Bank of America/Merrill Lynch City of business: West Palm Beach

Hurricane season is right around the corner and Certified Financial Planner Theodore “Ted” Peroulakis is ready — and not just with shutters and emergency cash. Mr. More...

Housing market booming, but younger people aren’t buying

Last month, as my wife walked outside of our house on her way to her CrossFit class, I heard her cry out a blood-curdling scream.  Thinking she had stepped on another snake, I ran outside looking around her feet, but instead she was fixated on t More...

Florida Weekly names new publisher, editor

It is a time of growth for Florida Weekly. The newspaper, which publishes eight editions in five counties across the state, is making some staff changes. More...

Cancer Society grant to expand women’s health screenings at FoundCare

FoundCare Inc. recently received a $34,643 grant from the American Cancer Society to help fund women’s health screenings at its health center. More...

Friends of Jupiter Beach to hold 7th annual Food & Wine Festival

Friends of Jupiter Beach will hold its seventh annual Food and Wine Festival from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday, May 14, rain or shine at the Jupiter Riverwalk Events Plaza under the Indiantown Road Bridge. More...

BEHIND THE WHEEL

All new 2016 Clubman – can there really be a biggest Mini?

This is an oxymoron on wheels. How else can the biggest MINI ever be described? But aside from driving a contradiction, there is some genuine appeal behind the new Mini Cooper Clubman. More...

Real Estate News

Enchanting El Cid home

This one-of-a-kind jewel is in the heart of historic El Cid, at 204 Sunset Road in West Palm Beach. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Satchmo at the Waldorf

story tells his Armstrong ‘Satchmo’ Louis in Terry Teachout’s

If his résumé wasn’t already unusually diverse for a theater critic, it might seem strange that Terry Teachout is adding “director” to his hyphenated professional description when his play “Satchmo at the Waldorf” opens More...

HAPPENINGS

Crowdfunding, cocktails mix for downtown event

It’s a little like a “Shark Tank” for local businesses. Crowdfunding and Cocktails returns for round two from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. May 13 in the Lake Pavilion, 101 S. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach. More...

‘Voice’ finalist to sing at Waterfront

Michigan-based singer/songwriter Joshua Davis, who won third place on NBC’s singing competition show “The Voice” last year, will serve up a recipe of groove-based folk-rock during West Palm Beach’s upcoming “Sunday on th More...