June 29, 2017 RSS feed / Top News

BEHIND THE WHEEL

A better Mazda Miata is just a flying buttress away

The 2017 Mazda MX-5 Miata RF was built to tug at enthusiasts’ heartstrings. After all, adding flying buttresses has been a tool to add fastback styling to legendary cars by everyone from Dodge to Ferrari. More...

4th on Flagler gets a little bit country

It’s time to show your colors! Put on your favorite red, white and blue T-shirt and head out to one of these local Independence Day celebrations. More...

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Business News

Lifting UP

July 4 travelers expected to set new record

MORE AMERICANS WILL TRAVEL THIS INDEpendence Day than ever before, according to a forecast by AAA. More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Housing sales report shows rich get richer, less-affluent can’t afford homes

With so much financial information available, it is impossible for an average investor to read it all. Many of us just scan the headlines to get a sense of what is going on in the markets. More...

Sit, Boo-Boo, Sit! Send pet photos to our annual contest

Our pets are part of our families — humans love their dogs, cats, snakes, chickens, birds, ferrets, horses — well, all the varieties of animals that love us unconditionally. More...

FLORIDA WRITERS

A towering techno-thriller achievement with a grim political vision

Book 21 in the Kirk McGarvey series by David Hagberg is, among other things, a story about super-luxury real estate, the investment strategies of the super-rich and the enormous vanity and sense of privilege that infects those who have virtually unli More...

Loggerhead seeks nominees for Go Blue Awards

Loggerhead Marinelife Center wants to honor those who make a difference in the world of marine conservation.  Nominations for the ninth annual Go Blue Awards luncheon will open nationwide on Saturday, July 15.  More...

Real Estate News

Paradise on Jupiter Island

Imagine living in one of the finest condominium buildings in the northern Palm Beaches, with your own private access directly from your ground level patio to the sweeping lawns of The Claridge on Jupiter Island and the Atlantic Ocean. More...

Operation Backpack collects school supplies for kids in need

The first day of school for children who are homeless and living at a shelter or children who live in foster homes can be filled with anxiety and fear because they will have few if any new school supplies, let alone a new backpack. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Hitting the MARK

Bassist Mark Telesca hopes to keep playing in the face of cancer treatments

If playing the blues means authentically channeling one’s trials and tribulations through music, then the next CD by Brooklyn-born, Boynton Beach-based singer, bassist and guitarist Mark Telesca should be a masterpiece. More...

Chamber music fest aims for harmony

We live in dissonant times. Whether you’re on the right or the left politically, or wealthy or poor, current events are stressful. Wars, human rights struggles, economic crises and terrorism tear at all of us in one way or another. More...

HAPPENINGS

Clematis gets a touch of paradise for summer

There’s plenty of entertainment on tap downtown in July, beginning with the Summer in Paradise’s super-sized Clematis by Night. The Thursday al fresco concert is an hour longer, from 6 to 10 p.m., with two bands performing each week. More...