August 31, 2017 RSS feed / Top News

The Arc of Palm Beach County seeks volunteers for Band Together event

The Arc of Palm Beach County, which supports children and adults with developmental disabilities, needs help from the community from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. More...

Balloons to be prohibited at beachfront parks starting Sept. 1

The use of balloons at the following county-operated beachfront parks will be prohibited starting Sept. More...

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Lincoln’s MKZ is more for owners than enthusiasts

Don’t read the car magazines if the Lincoln MKZ looks appealing to you. It doesn’t have the moves of a German sports sedan or the technology of a Japanese luxury machine. More...

FLORIDA WRITERS

Harper McDaniel a welcome new protagonist from a much-admired writer

Add James W. Hall to the list of premier mystery/thriller authors who have jumped tracks from a classic series featuring a male protagonist to a new series featuring a female character. More...

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Business News

A decade of Flavor Palm Beach

September dining promotion turns 10

A decade ago, Briana Beaty decided Palm Beach was worthy of a restaurant month similar to those she had seen in other, bigger cities.  More...

MONEY & INVESTING

High productivity, low energy prices contribute to stalled inflation

Would you rather pay more for something or less? I think the vast majority would prefer the latter in almost any situation. So it can be confusing when the Federal Reserve, in its last meeting, indicated its worry regarding constant low inflation. More...

Caped crusaders to converge on Roger Dean Stadium

It’s a descendant of Norse gods! It’s a mutant mercenary! It’s Super Hero Night at Roger Dean Stadium! More...

Ballpark collecting donations for those affected by Hurricane Harvey

The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches is a spring training home for the Houston Astros and the Washington Nationals.  So it’s only natural that the park would want to help people in Texas who were affected by Hurricane Harvey.  Donations w More...

St. Mary’s launches $10 million trauma center expansion

An Aug. 22 groundbreaking ceremony marked the start of construction for St. Mary’s Medical Center and the Palm Beach Children’s Hospital’s latest improvement project: a $10 million expansion of its Level I Trauma Center. More...

Everglades symposium and cleanup coming up in October

The South Florida-based conservation and activism group, Love the Everglades Movement, will host its fourth annual Everglades Symposium on October 7, 8 and 15.  The symposium includes a series of talks, lectures and workshops presented by local More...

ON THE LINKS

‘Pro’s pro’ tees off for a final time

Take your hat off when you enter the clubhouse… put on a jacket for lunch in the grill-room… and maintain a strong left hand grip on your club. More...

Part 2: The Florida Weekly Writing Challenge

Round two of the 2017 Florida Weekly Writing Challenge continues with the photo prompt you see here. More...

Real Estate News

Rite of Passage on Jupiter Island

This beautifully renovated four-bedroom, 4½-bath apartment at Passage of Jupiter Island is perfect for the buyer who wants it all.  The apartment offers spectacular ocean or Intracoastal Waterway views from every room.  More...

Arts & Entertainment News

BUZZ!

OMNIPRESENT AREA music promoter and PureHoney magazine publisher Steev Rullman often wears both of those entertainment related hats simultaneously, and never more so than during the annual festival thrown for his publication’s anniversary. More...

Culture, cocktails and Metallica, too

Come to The Colony and raise a glass. Careful, though: You just might learn something. More...

HAPPENINGS

Pop, rock, soul, country on tap for Clematis

School is back in session, Summer in Paradise has been packed away until next June, and things are definitely slowing down around town, right? Wrong. More...