December 1, 2016 RSS feed / Top News

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Toyota Corolla iM — a Scion no more

Toyota has killed its Scion brand, and not everyone made it out alive. This entry-level marque shed everything from its microcar iQ to the tC economy coupe. More...

Children’s Healing Institute elects 2 to board

Two community leaders have been elected to serve as president and vice president of the board of directors of The Children’s Healing Institute.  The agency protects children from abuse by partnering with parents on a long-term basis throug More...

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Impervious Tervis

Southwest Florida tumbler company with revenue well over $100 million turns 70 this year.

Chances are you have one, two or 20 of them in your cupboard, your gym bag or in your car’s cup holder. More...

Sculpture gardens light up for Festival of Trees

Ready to be lifted by the holiday spirit? A perfect place to start is the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens Festival of Trees, which marks its 10th anniversary by transporting visitors back in time with its theme: Celebrating Design through the Decades. More...

Dr. Ruth leads Kravis Center’s Lunch & Learn Series

Sex therapist, media personality and author Dr. More...

Flagler Museum lecture series to begin in February

The Flagler Museum’s 2017 Whitehall Lecture Series “Metaphysical America: Spirituality and Health Movements During the Gilded Age” will be held each Sunday afternoon Feb. 5 through March 5. All lectures will begin at 3 p.m.  More...

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Ritz Carlton sophistication

Introducing one of the most beautiful residences available.  More...

Arts & Entertainment News

TRULY CAPOTE

Dramaworks explores the life of the writer in ‘Tru’

Sitting at a table in Palm Beach Dramaworks’ rehearsal hall, Rob Donohoe doesn’t look or sound a thing like Truman Capote. He’s taller, his hair is brown and full, his eyes are light blue and his voice is a warm baritone. More...

Maltz mining magic of ‘Me and My Girl’

Expect something joyous with the Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s production of “Me and My Girl.” That’s what the musical’s two stars promise. More...

HAPPENINGS

Opera plans afternoon of arias on the waterfront

Music will fill the air on West Palm Beach Waterfront the afternoon of Dec. 10, but it won’t be rock or pop or even Christmas carols. It’ll be opera. More...