March 26, 2015 RSS feed / Top News

3rd annual Peace, Love & Wellness music fest at Midtown is April 11

Yoga for kids, mural painting, “play-aninstrument” children’s tent and more will join the Mainstreet at Midtown’s 3rd Annual Peace Love & Wellness Music Festival on April 11 from noon to 4 p.m. More...

Benjamin School celebrates opening of new theater, educational complex

The Benjamin School will celebrate the grand opening of Benjamin Hall, its new, 849-seat performing arts theater and multipurpose educational complex in Palm Beach Gardens at 4 p.m. Saturday, March 28. More...

Saved by SEAL Team Six

Navy SEALs to be honored at Mar-a-Lago

Jessica Buchanan was plucked from harrowing captivity in the middle of the dessert night, thanks to a daring rescue by members of Navy SEAL Team Six. “They saved my life,” she said. More...

Hospice foundations appoint 2015 board officers

Hospice of Palm Beach County Foundation and Hospice by the Sea Foundation have announced its 2015 board officers. More...

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Business News

BASEBALL’S BIG IMPACT

MID-MARCH IN THE SUNSHINE STATE: FOR 102 years the spring air has grown fragrant with (not just orange blossoms) Grapefruit League blossoms — the scents, sounds, sights, tastes and bottom lines of baseball’s annual lift-off for 15 teams, More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Don’t pour money down the drain

Continuously wasting money eventually creates deeply embedded bad money habits. Money wasted above one’s means results in debt and a destructive financial cycle. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Dysfunctional

Dramaworks examines a troubled family in Sam Shepard’s seminal “Buried Child.”

You truly cannot go home again. Not that you’d want to, at least in Sam Shepard’s world. More...

Film festival looks ahead as it turns 20

It’s hard to believe it, but the Palm Beach International Film Festival turns 20 this year. “Isn’t it? How crazy is this?” said the festival’s director, Randi Emerman. More...

SPILLING IT

‘Most problems … are a long game not a short game’

Nancy Brinker is the founder and chair of Susan G. Komen, the largest breast cancer organization in the world. It’s named in honor of her sister, who died of breast cancer. Brinker received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, served as a U. S. More...

Upturn sparks expectation of strong boat show sales

Five hundred floating vessels clustered off the seawall along Flagler Drive will greet showgoers at this year’s Palm Beach International Boat Show. More...

Dr. Oz, Lisa Oz and Clay Conley to star at WPBF 25 wellness fest

M. OZ |align=left|width=158|height=200|link=node]Dr. Mehmet Oz, Emmy Award-winning host of “The Dr. More...

Furry Friends Adoption & Clinic hosts Spring Fling at Harbourside

Furry Friends Adoption & Clinic will present its first annual Spring Fling on Saturday, April 4, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Harbourside Place in Jupiter, 200 U.S. Highway 1 Jupiter. More...

Science Meets Music series April 1 at Max Planck

Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience will host the last of three lectures in its popular Science Meets Music series on Wednesday, April 1. More...

Annual gala raises $750,000 for Maltz Jupiter Theatre

The Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s 12th annual gala, “The Dream Ball,” raised nearly $750,000 for the nonprofit theater. Nearly 450 guests attended the benefit and live auction, held at The Breakers Palm Beach, according to a statement. More...

Entrepreneur uses Airtab — send a drink to a friend — to market vodka

Entrepreneur Dennis Cunningham has developed Airtab, an app that he believes will spur sales of his Perfect Vodka. |align=left|width=248|height=250|link=node]Yep, there’s an app for that. More...

Boys & Girls Club benefit raises more than $175,000

When the star power of polo icon Ignacio "Nacho" Figueras, and "America’s Most Wanted" host John Walsh partnered as the honorary event chairs for a fundraiser to benefit the Neil S. More...

Real Estate News

Magnificent in Mirasol

Enjoy one of the most beautiful, private water views in Mirasol from this fourbedroom, 4½- bathroom Amante model. This home at 119 Via Verde Way captures the most spectacular of indoor/outdoor living experiences. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Fortunes rose and fell, measured and reported on ticker-tape

Collectors are searching for antique and vintage items related to discontinued technology — old computers, transistor radios, early television sets, computer games, and even old typewriters, fans and ticker tape machines. More...

Meals on Wheels elects Alyson Davidson chair, and Susan Kirkpatrick vice chair

Meals on Wheels of the Palm Beaches has elected Alyson Davidson to chair the board of directors and Susan Kirkpatrick as vice chair. More...