June 8, 2017 RSS feed / Top News

LLS fundraising campaign raises $1.2 million

The Palm Beach Area chapter of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society recently celebrated its record-breaking 25th anniversary of the Man & Woman of the Year fundraising campaign. More...

ON THE LINKS

156 players make up 100th Florida State Amateur Championship field at The Bear’s Club

We first heard the claim “Florida’s oldest, continuously operated sporting event” in 1963 when the Florida State Amateur Championship was first played at the St. Lucie Country Club in Port St. Lucie. More...

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Business News

Rhythm remains

Ballroom dancing continues to thrive in Florida, and it’s good for the body, the soul and the economy

LIKE A MAGIC GARDEN, PERHAPS, BALLROOM dancing is a world unto its own — but one open to all comers and thriving in Florida.  More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Only quick, strong leadership will keep Illinois from a financial death spiral

I believe, as a whole, politicians are good people. Sure, there are a few bad apples here and there but for the most part, the ones I have met are hard working, caring individuals who truly want to help those they represent. More...

Jupiter lighthouse shines again after rehab

For more than 150 years, it has been a beacon. And as of June 2, the beam of the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse once again guides sailors along northern Palm Beach County after a $152,000 restoration project. More...

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Turbochargers, stick shifts and hatchbacks are what make a Honda Civic great

One year can make all the difference. Last summer we were introduced to the new Honda Civic. It felt like a solid mix of style and features that stayed within the $20K-$30K range for well-equipped examples. More...

Habitat for Humanity honors volunteers

Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County recently recognized nine of its volunteers and one organization at its fourth annual volunteer appreciation ceremony.  More...

Junior League announces board of directors

The Junior League of the Palm Beaches, entering its 77th year, works to improve local communities, promote volunteerism and develop the potential of women.  The organization announced its 2017- 2018 board of directors and its volunteer executive More...

Real Estate News

Redone and ready at Aero Club

This stunning Wellington Aero Club home is completely redone and ready for your arrival. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

How does one get to Carnegie Hall?

Pianist Yoko Sata Kothari has the answer

Yoko Sata Kothari knows how to get to Carnegie Hall.  “Perseverance. That’s the real answer,” Ms. More...

ArtCenter is drawn to illustrations

The Lighthouse ArtCenter’s current exhibition focuses on children’s book illustrations. But the gallery’s curator, Janeen Mason, promises that the show is anything but silly kids’ stuff. More...

HAPPENINGS

Hot days offer green screen, green market

Ah, summer in South Florida!  Season may be over but there’s still a lot to do.  On June 9, the Great Lawn turns into an al fresco theatre for Screen on the Green, free screenings of hit, family-friendly, PG-rated movies under the sta More...