June 9, 2016 RSS feed / Top News

Run 4 The Sea hits road for Loggerhead

Hit the road to help the sea turtles. Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s fifth annual Run 4 The Sea benefit race is set for June 18, and runners can run along A1A to help keep the oceans clean. More...

BEHIND THE WHEEL

The Audi TT: A coupe that’s more than just an angry face

Owning a coupe like this is a declaration of style. After all, in Florida most personal-sized sports cars like the 2016 Audi TT are convertibles. More...

Florida panther released back into the wild at Big Cypress National Preserve

A 2-year-old Florida panther is now back in the wild at its new home in Big Cypress National Preserve. The U.S. More...

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Business News

Overtime Shift

As many as 4 million workers could start receiving overtime under new federal rules.

IN LESS THAN SIX MONTHS, EVERYTHING in the American workplace will change for employers and millions of salaried workers who will be bound by new federal wage laws. More...

Chamber seeks cover art for 2017 guide

The Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce Guide has traditionally featured original art on its cover and 2017 will be no exception. The chamber will accept original artwork submissions through Aug. 15. More...

MONEY & INVESTING

What do the Saudis know about world energy that we don’t?

What does Saudi Arabia know that we don’t? More...

Roger Dean combines BBQ, baseball

Roger Dean Stadium will turn into a meat-eating mecca June 11 during the Lip Smackin’ BBQ Fest, billed as a night of baseball and sticky fingers. More...

Kravis board elects new chair, members

The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts has a new board chair and four new board members. The board elected Michael J. Bracci as its chairman, effective July 1. Mr. Bracci succeeds Jane M. More...

Business group plans speaker, events

The Palm Beach Business Group plans a few events this month.  John Browne will speak about “Brexit & the Economic and Financial Market Divergence” during a breakfast set for 7:45 a.m.- 9:15 a.m. More...

Monster crocodile could be Florida’s newest invasive species

Spotting native alligators and crocodiles in Florida is common, but anyone who sees a large reptile might want to take a second look: Man-eaters that can grow to 18 feet long and weigh as much as a small car have been found in the Sunshine State. More...

Metropolitan Community Church dedicates new food pantry

The Metropolitan Community Church of the Palm Beaches, which has been serving and supporting the local LGBTQ community for 35 years, dedicated the new, expanded space for the MCCPB Food Pantry on May 29. More...

Real Estate News

Palm Beach prestige with a view

This is one of the most spectacular oceanfront units in Palm Beach.  It has direct ocean views from every room.  The newly renovated unit has three bedrooms, plus a den/media room and 3½ baths.  More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Enjoying the JOURNEY

Band hits the road sans Steve Perry

JOURNEY IS BACK ON THE ROAD THIS SUMMER, WITH STEVE Smith returning on drums and with Arnel Pineda singing songs that former vocalist Steve Perry made famous in the late 1970s and early ’80s (as well as other material). More...

Pop musical ‘Seussical’ to be staged at Maltz

It will have The Cat, the Hat and Horton. And the musical “Seussical” promises to be a fun summer diversion at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre. More...

HAPPENINGS

Maks and Val to dance their way onto Kravis stage

If you plan your Mondays around “Dancing with the Stars,” host watching parties or have been inspired to take a dance class, you’re in good company. More...