October 13, 2016 RSS feed / Top News

Junior Achievement names board chairman, members

Junior Achievement of the Palm Beaches & Treasure Coast has made changes to its board of directors, including the appointment of Pete Bozetarnik as new board chairman.  Mark R. Osherow of Boca Raton, Ryan Thompson of Palm City and Dr. More...

Author Edwidge Danticat to lecture at FAU Jupiter

Florida Atlantic University’s Jupiter Lifelong Learning Society and the Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College will present a lecture by award-winning author Edwidge Danticat on Monday, Oct. 24, at 1 p.m. More...

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Business News

Not easy being green

The fight to save Florida’s citrus enters decade two

WHEN THE BACTERIAL DISEASE KNOWN AS greening collided with Florida’s huge citrus industry in 2005, nobody imagined that 11 years later the state’s annual production, now worth almost $11 billion, would have dropped from a once-high 240 mi More...

Biotech firm moves to Jupiter to work with Scripps

A Long Island company has moved to Palm Beach County to work with The Scripps Research Institute in Jupiter. BlinkBio Inc., a privately held biotechnology company has entered into a use agreement with The Scripps Research. More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Right now, gold is not a pleasant market for the faint-hearted

You wouldn’t think that there would be a connection between gold prices and Donald Trump, but it seems like truly all of the rules have changed during this political cycle.  More...

swede fest: Good people, bad films

Movie buffs will meet movie buffoons at the film festival-turned-cult classic that prides itself on low-budget lousiness. The fifth annual swede fest returns Oct. More...

BEHIND THE WHEEL

How to take advantage of the ‘Mazda Loophole’

For those hoping that this column would be about tire-screeching hot laps, we have that coming next week. More...

Real Estate News

A Wellington equestrian delight

This spectacular 20-stall barn on 5.62 acres in the sought-after Grand Prix Village has it all. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Let's get Botanical

Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens offers a piece of history to hang on your wall

Every once in a while, one has the chance to glimpse a treasure from the past, or even to own it. Then, discovering the stories about the artist make the piece even more fascinating and valuable. More...

Dramaworks presents the ‘other’ Tennessee Williams play

“THE NIGHT OF THE IS THE other” Tennessee Williams play, the one most theatergoers have heard of, maybe even seen the Richard Burton-John Huston film, but likely have never gotten around to seeing on stage.  Palm Beach Dramaworks is More...

HAPPENINGS

Science Center exhibition offers lesson in anatomy

Everyone has one, but to most of us it’s a mystery. More...