July 24, 2014 RSS feed / Top News

Oceana Coffee to open café in September in Tequesta

Oceana Coffee, a specialty grade coffee roaster and café, is expanding and will be opening a new café in the Fashion Mall at 150 U.S. 1, Tequesta. This is the previous Bikram Yoga studio space. More...

Local brokers conclude sale of Miami Riverwalk property

Brian Webster, broker of Webster’s International Realty, and Chris Deitz, Senior Sales Associate of Fite Shavell & Associates, have closed the sale of 6.5+ acres of prime Miami riverfront property east of I-95 in the Brickell area of Miami More...

The Gardens Mall names assistant marketing director

Erin Devlin has joined the marketing team at The Gardens Mall. Ms. Devlin recently worked for the Northern Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce as a marketing and events coordinator. More...

Good security

If you are anything less than a centenarian — and certainly if you were born during or after World War II — I doubt you have ever seen a prominent federal politician or high-level appointee who was not surrounded by steelyeyed, grim-lippe More...

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Business News

Business interests line up for piece of pot pie

What does the founder of a marijuana business training school, the CEO of an agriculture technology company and a guy who works processing credit card payments all have in common? More...

Arts & Entertainment News

The good, the bad... the swede

Festival revels in bad remakes of iconic films

At swede fest, it’s good to be bad. That’s the premise of the third annual film festival, which brings together the creators of 35 laughably bad 3-minute remakes of iconic films. More...

Inside Baseball:

Scott Lyman plays the scientific game

Conviction and consistency — those are the keys to Scott Lyman’s success. More...

COLLECTOR’S CORNER

Drive over to Arcadia for the antiques fair, or head to West Palm Beach the first week of August for a major antiques show. More...

New owner vows to continue legacy of True Treasures

Judging from the dozens of television commercials True Treasures has broadcast over the years, one could say the North Palm Beach antiques and fine consignments business is for the birds. More...

Turning the page

Summer is ripening this year like a golden peach, every bite of leisure sweet to savor, a welcome respite from things that otherwise dominate our worker-bee attention spans the rest of the year. More...

Angel Forum of Florida adds Jeff King to board of directors

Angel Forum of Florida, a nonprofit that facilitates interaction between Angel Investors and Florida entrepreneurs, has added Jeff King, a Palm Beach Gardens resident, active investor and retired CPA to its board of directors. More...

Temple Beth Am names president

Mark Slifkin has been named president of the board of directors of Temple Beth Am in Jupiter. An active temple member since 2002, Mr. Slifkin joined the board of directors at the synagogue in 2008 as its treasurer. More...

Coastal Sotheby’s opens new office at Driftwood Plaza

Coastal Sotheby’s International Realty has a new office in Jupiter. More...

Real Estate News

Elegance in the Loxahatchee Club

PALM BEACH ELEGANCE IS TUCKED away in the exclusive Loxahatchee Club in Jupiter, in this elegant four-bedroom, 5.1-bathroom, spacious home that allows for resort style living and casual entertaining. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Rookwood pottery continues its American tradition

Rookwood pottery probably is the most famous of the art potteries made in the United States in the late 19th and 20th centuries. It was started by Maria Longworth Nichols of Cincinnati in 1880, the first of many art potteries founded by women. More...