June 1, 2017 RSS feed / Top News

Watch out for black bears, cubs on the move

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission reminds the public to be aware that black bears, the state’s largest land mammal, become more active this time of year. More...

Loxahatchee Guild donates to lighthouse at luncheon

It was a bright and sunny afternoon, April 6, when the Loxahatchee Guild, “a vocal proponent for preservation of local history,” held its annual meeting and spring luncheon in the Ibis Room at the Wyndham Grand at Harbourside in More...

Save the sales tax on disaster supplies this weekend

June marks the start of hurricane season and a time for Floridians to stock up on qualifying disaster preparedness supplies exempt from sales tax. The 2017 Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday begins at 12:01 a.m. More...

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Business News

Cyber Security

Protect yourself and your business by keeping up with trends

IT’S BECOME NEWS THAT’S NOT UNEXPECTED any more. More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Bitcoin is gaining in popularity

If you could go back in time, say, seven years ago, what one thing would you invest in? Maybe buy Apple? That would have been a good move, you would have made a nearly 350 percent return on your money. Or maybe purchase some Amazon? More...

Charity banks on canned food sculptures

Can a mall have a can-do attitude? Well, perhaps. Especially if it is The Gardens Mall, which from June 5-17, will host Canstruction 2017, with seven colorful, large-scale sculptures made from nonperishable food. More...

FLORIDA WRITERS

Searching Florida’s past for the beginnings of human life

For 100 years, the human and other remains of Vero, Fla., have engaged the skills and imagination of professional and amateur archaeologists. Just what was the region like during the Ice Age? What grew there? What were the geological features? More...

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, the brawny coddler

The classic styling of today’s Jeep Wrangler is part of a slow design evolution from its WWII founding father. Retaining the visual connection to an American hero has been so successful that it sustains an entire brand. More...

NOAA predicts above-normal hurricane season this year

Forecasters at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Climate Prediction Center say the Atlantic could see another above-normal hurricane season this year.  More...

Real Estate News

Luxury with a view

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. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Books & Books @ THE STUDIOS

Author Judy Blume moves beyond writing books to selling them at Books & Books in Key West

IT’S JUST AFTER 6:15 P.M. IN KEY West, when a family of three pulls to a shuddering stop atop their rented bicycles. More...

Maltz to host reading of play by South Floridian

Audiences have come to expect a song and a dance from the Maltz Jupiter Theatre. After all, the theater is known for its productions of musicals. But the Maltz’s creative team also likes to encourage the creation of new works. More...

HAPPENINGS

Mandel library plans summer of activities

Hey, parents. Are you looking for something fun to do with the kids this summer? You may find the answer to that question (and more) at the Mandel Public Library in downtown West Palm Beach. More...