May 18, 2017 RSS feed / Top News

FAU Lifelong Learning awards $11,000 in scholarships

The Lifelong Learning Society at Florida Atlantic University’s John D. MacArthur Campus awarded 11 scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students at the Northern Campus Achievement Awards.  More...

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Kia Niro is the latest all-in-one hybrid gadget

The new Kia Niro feels like a vehicle that was built for the bonus generation. It’s for those people who got their best gadgets in the pre-internet era from late-night TV infomercials that screamed, “But wait! More...

Vita Nova ride program helps homeless youth

In the past decade, local homeless youth have indicated that if they only had a place to turn to for assistance, they would voluntarily accept help to end their homelessness. More...

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Business News

A STEAK IN NORTH PALM

Carl Von Luger’s Steakhouse and Seafood will bring its menu to the village’s country club

Big restaurant news for the little Village of North Palm Beach. A noted steakhouse from Scranton, Pa., will be part of the multi-million-dollar redo of the North Palm Beach Country Club. More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Out of time? Fitbit, Fossil can’t keep up with Apple Watch

What runs but cannot walk? What sometimes sings but never talks? What has hands but has no arms? What has a face but no head?  More...

Roger Dean Stadium brings home the bacon

If live music from three bands, a children’s area with inflatable attractions, a game between the Palm Beach Cardinals and the Florida Fire Frogs and a finale fireworks show aren’t enough to draw attendees to Roger Dean Stadium on May 20, More...

Fishing tourney expected to reel in 500 anglers

Organizers of the Downtown Showdown KDW hope 10,000 visitors will be lured to the third annual edition of the fishing tournament, set for May 20 at the West Palm Beach Waterfront. More...

FLORIDA WRITERS

An alliance of necessity in a world where loyalty is bought and sold

Billed as “A Lone Wolf Thriller – Book One,” William Schnorbach’s book is a piece of novelist history that sets several fascinating characters against the turmoil in Peru born of corrupt government and a brutal revolutionary f More...

Oxbridge students earn local, national scholarships

Seven Oxbridge Academy students have been awarded scholarships in recognition of their academic, athletic and community service achievements.  Oxbridge Academy is a private college preparatory high school, serving grades 9-12.  More...

Marinelife Center eliminates plastic bottles from campus

Loggerhead Marinelife Center has discontinued selling plastic bottles on campus, and sells only sustainably packaged beverages, including beverages served at its Tortuga Café. More...

Real Estate News

Magnificent lakefront residence at Mirasol

The motor court drive with entry gates leads to a four-car garage, which provides both security and privacy. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

'CRIPPLE' COMBINES HOPE, DESPAIR

To avoid spoiling the specific emotional U-turns, all that veteran theatergoers need to know about “The Cripple of Inishmaan,” opening at Palm Beach Dramaworks this month, is that it’s a classic exemplar of the Martin McDonagh oeuvr More...

Raise a glass to Friends of Jupiter Beach food, wine fest

Here’s an opportunity to eat, drink and help a good cause. Friends of Jupiter Beach will host its eighth annual Food and Wine Festival from 3 to 5:30 p.m. More...

HAPPENINGS

Raise a glass! Pairings event returns to downtown

The sixth annual Pairings Food & Wine Event takes place from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Thursday, May 25, at participating businesses along Clematis Street and Dixie Highway in downtown West Palm Beach. More...