July 6, 2017 RSS feed / Top News

Women voters to host event on opioid, sober home crisis

The League of Women Voters of Palm Beach County will host a luncheon July 19 on the opioid and sober home crisis.  This Hot Topic Luncheon is being held in partnership with HCA Palm Beach Hospitals, including JFK Medical Center in Atlantis, JFK More...

Negron rejoins Akerman practice in West Palm Beach

The law offices of Akerman LLP has announced that Joe Negron has rejoined the firm’s West Palm Beach practice in its litigation group.  More...

Armory names new director of drawing, painting and 2D media

The Armory Art Center has named Spence Townsend as its director of drawing, painting and 2D media.  Mr. More...

ON THE LINKS

Bidding farewell to some of golf’s senior players

It’s been a tough few weeks for the golfing community, but probably no more so than for any other group of folks in South Florida.  More...

Step up to the Florida Weekly 2017 Writing Challenge

That’s great advice from the prolific novelist and short-story writer. Keep it in mind as you draw inspiration from the accompanying photograph and craft your entry in the 2017 Florida Weekly Writing Challenge. More...

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Business News

Loud & clear

Every corporate public relations crisis has a common thread

EVERYWHERE WE TURN LATELY, THERE SEEMS to be a new corporate crisis in the headlines. More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Studies of Seattle’s minimum wage provides ammo to pro, con arguments

Generally, people don’t get too passionate about economic theory. More...

This ‘Kid’ knew ‘Buddy’ before he was ‘Bandit’

The first time I set eyes on “Buddy” Reynolds I was walking down the hall at Palm Beach High School (now the Dreyfoos School of the Arts) in West Palm Beach.  More...

Love your pet? Share a photo and you could win FW contest

We know our readers love their pets — those furry, slithery, slobbery, whiskered, feathered, hoofed, amphibious or otherwise non-human companions that help make your lives complete. More...

West Jupiter Community Group announces strategic developments

The West Jupiter Community Center has appointed Cary Stamp as its new board president. Mr. Stamp is president of Cary Stamp & Company, an investment management company in Tequesta, who has volunteered at the center for the past five years. More...

Oxbridge Academy honored with top Green School Award

The private college preparatory high school Oxbridge Academy has received top honors at the Green School Award Program. More...

BEHIND THE WHEEL

BMW i3 is the good kind of nerdy

There’ a new crop of nerds. Not the old-style outcasts of high school, but instead, the new age definition where brains are worn as a badge of honor. And this is their car. More...

FLORIDA WRITERS

A handy, compact guide for the would-be true crimes sleuth

With this title, Fort Myers resident Stephanie Hughes begins a series that will please both true-crime addicts and more restrained followers of crimes that have become markers of our crime-riddled times. For the most part, Ms. More...

Real Estate News

Luxury, with a view

This condominium at One Watermark Place in West Palm Beach offers spectacular Intracoastal and ocean views.  The four-bedroom, 4.5-bath home also has a rare poolside cabana/guest suite.  The waterfront unit includes marble flooring, firepla More...

Arts & Entertainment News

LABOR OF LOVE

Where there’s a Will, there’s a play for Shakespeare festival

Palm Beach Shakespeare Festival’s upcoming production of “Love’s Labour’s Lost” promises generous helpings of witty repartee, amusing puns and a recognizable resemblance to modern customs and failings, according to direc More...

Cultural groups receive $3.89 million in grants

The Cultural Council has recommended $3.89 million in grants to 22 major institutions and $481,000 in grants to 11 mid-sized arts and cultural organizations in Palm Beach County for fiscal year 2017-2018. More...

HAPPENINGS

New Happy Hour at CityPlace

CityPlace is your place for Happy Hour on Wednesdays this summer with “CityPlace On Tap,” a patio-hopping party featuring cheap drinks at many of your favorite eateries and watering holes. From 5-8 p.m. More...