January 26, 2017 RSS feed / Top News

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Is this the year of the car?

Cutbacks in production, emissions scandals start off 2017

We’re not even done with the first month of 2017, but if January is any indication, this year will be the most tumultuous time the auto industry has seen in quite a while. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Staging ‘Butterfly’

Palm Beach Opera stages ‘profound’ tragedy of Puccini work

With distant roots in a real-life incident and contemporary resonances in a blockbuster musical, the fictional Japanese geisha Cio-Cio-San has held the imagination of theatergoers for more than a century, drawn to her story of passion, betrayal and t More...

Something old, something new

Maltz offers mix of classics, contemporary shows for 2017/2018 season

The Maltz Jupiter Theatre has announced its 2017/2018 season. Expect a mix of new and classic shows — with a twist. The season opens Oct. More...

HAPPENINGS

Society helps visitors understand area’s history

The Historical Society of Palm Beach County brings history to you. All you have to do is visit.  More...

Thousands expected at Race for the Cure

On Jan. 28, downtown West Palm Beach will be in the pink. That’s the day thousands of breast cancer supporters, survivors and their loved ones will come together at the Meyer Amphitheatre for the 26th annual Susan G. More...

FLORIDA WRITERS

Imperiled newspaper industry sets stage for desperation and doom

¦ “Unpunished” by Lisa Black. Kensington Books. 320 pages. Hardcover, $25. More...

Real Estate News

New with a view at Frenchman’s Harbor

Within this prized setting in exclusive gated Frenchman’s Harbor, lies a rare scope of quality new construction, luxurious one-of-a-kind designer finishes and unparalleled Intracoastal views.  This custom transitional home has gorgeous mar More...

Flagler Museum plans Bal Poudré and Soirée Poudré

The Flagler Museum will host its biennial 2017 Bal Poudré and Soirée Poudré on Feb. 17. Proceeds from the two events provide support for the museum’s education programs for children. More...