September 28, 2017 RSS feed / Top News

International Coastal Cleanup

Staff and volunteers from Loggerhead Marinelife Center participated in the International Coastal Cleanup, Sept. More...

Luncheon honors Battle of the Bulge legacy

The Mighty 8th Air Force Historical Society’s Florida chapter will gather for a luncheon at noon, Saturday, Oct. 7, at Manero’s Restaurant in Palm City. The public is invited to attend.  George Fisher, U.S. More...

BEHIND THE WHEEL

The new Continental: The old Lincoln we’ve been waiting for

It’s been more than half a decade since the last proper full-sized Lincoln sedan was available. For some of us in Florida, that was too long.  More...

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Business News

New on the job

Tips can help interns stay focused, humble and passionate while doing ‘grunt’ work

YOU LANDED A GREAT INTERNship and couldn’t wait to get started. But as it turns out, it’s not as glamorous as you thought it would be. In fact, most of your time is spent on menial tasks like picking up the coffee and running errands. More...

MONEY & INVESTING

The Fed’s latest moves should serve as a wake-up call for us all

One of the most famous quotes about successful communications is attributed to the Greek philosopher Aristotle: “Tell them what you are going to tell them. Then tell them. Then tell them what you told them.” More...

New book tells the history of the Four Arts

The Society of the Four Arts quietly marked its 80th birthday during the 2016-2017 season.  But this season marks the 80th anniversary of its campus.  And to celebrate that, the society published a book to document its history and legacy.& More...

New JCC chief aims to ‘connect people to Jewish life’

Vicki Roitman is no stranger to the needs of the growing Jewish community. More...

Documentary highlights ‘smog’ of the ocean

Loggerhead Marinelife Center will host a free public screening of “The Smog of the Sea,” a documentary from filmmaker Ian Cheney with an original score by Jack Johnson, on Friday, Oct. 6 at 7 p.m. More...

ON THE LINKS

Minor League tour changes hands

Some of golf’s recent history is littered with tales of get-rich schemes by entrepreneurs who thought running a mini-tour was both easy and lucrative. It is neither, as several people in South Florida have learned the hard way. More...

Countdown 2 Zero adoption event rescheduled to Oct. 14

Countdown 2 Zero, the largest oneday adoption event in Palm Beach County has been rescheduled to Saturday, Oct. 14.  More...

Real Estate News

Gardens’ best new address

After years of intensive planning, Alton by Kolter Homes has taken center stage as the best new home address in Palm Beach Gardens. Alton is a landmark development, combining the best in recreation, business, convenience and residential living.  More...

Arts & Entertainment News

An eye for quality

Boca Museum show highlights the importance of a single donor’s gift

MORE THAN A DECADE AGO, BOCA RATON Museum of Art received a donation of 100 photographs, drawings and paintings that forever changed its history. More...

Norton plans Chinese festival; talk rescheduled

The Norton Museum of Art’s Oct. 5 Art After Dark includes the museum’s annual Chinese Moon Festival. The spotlight talks (15-minute discussions on art of interest held between 5:30 and 6:30 p.m.) look at Justin Guariglia’s work. More...

HAPPENINGS

MNM’s ‘La Cage’ to open with benefit for MCC

MNM Productions brings “La Cage aux Folles” to the Kravis Center’s Rinker Playhouse stage Oct. 6-22. More...