August 27, 2015 RSS feed / Top News

LMC program allows visitors to view hatchlings going to sea

The first crawls for anyone, human or animal, are a magical thing to witness. More...

CarMax charity gives $10,000 to Place of Hope program

The CarMax Foundation has granted Place of Hope a $10,000 award for programs that help the children in its care. More...

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Real Estate News

Elegant living in BallenIsles

This exceptional home with hurricane protection has unobstructed views across two fairways and a lake on the south course. More...

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Cooling off at the country’s hottest car parade

The sizzling temperatures of August prohibit day-long car shows in South Florida. There will be plenty of worthwhile events to cover later in the year, but right now, it is time to take a lesson from the snowbirds. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Wooden art a hot commodity

Glass, pottery, bronze, silver and of course, paper and canvas, are all used to make important, and often expensive, works of art. But wood has been somewhat neglected as art, although highly regarded for useful furniture. More...

Flavor Palm Beach boosts restaurants’ slow season

The cost of dining out keeps going up. According to Zagat’s 2015 National Dining Trends Survey, the average dinner out costs $39.40 nationally; in the Miami area, that average is $41.35. More...

Communities, lighthouse going purple, marking Alzheimer’s awareness, walks

The Southeast Florida chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association will partner with the community to light the region purple. During its inaugural “Paint the Town Purple” week, Aug. 23 through Aug. More...

Chabad center sets holiday schedules

Chabad Jupiter Jewish Educational Center on Main Street in Abacoa’s Town Center will hold holiday schedules for the Jewish High Rosh Hashanah Sept. 13-15 and Yom Kippur Sept. 22-23. Rabbi Berel Barash is the spiritual leader of Chabad Jupiter. More...

Business News

Jeffrey Welch

FLORIDA WEEKLY EXECUTIVE PROFILE

STEP INTO JEFFREY WELCH’S OFFICE Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center, and the first thing of which you are conscious is the laughter. It’s the only thing that should be infectious in a hospital, and Mr. More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Oil, oil everywhere and what it means for fuel prices

When I was in elementary school, I went through a very extreme proenvironment phase. More...

Meals on Wheels of Palm Beaches names Calzadilla executive director

The board of directors of Meals on Wheels of the Palm Beaches named Pam Calzadilla the organization’s new executive director. Ms. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

images o f time

Reality and strangeness collide in Bill McDowell’s photographs

INITIALLY, THE PHOTO LOOKS LIKE A TYPICAL small-town scene: a public clock on a street, at 10:10 in the morning. Then you notice the big white wall behind it, and the watchtower at the top, and you realize it’s a prison. More...

Norton set to close Sept. 7-25; re-opens for Moon Festival

Enjoy the last Art After Dark before the Norton Museum of Art closes for a couple of weeks. The Norton will close Sept. 7-25, as it does each year around that time, for some upkeep and improvements. More...

HAPPENINGS

Multilingual society screens foreign films

If you love foreign films, the Multilingual Language and Cultural Society, 210 Clematis St., West Palm Beach, screens several movies each month. Screenings are free. For information, call 228-1688 or check multilingualsociety.org. More...