October 30, 2014 RSS feed / Top News

‘Cars Under the Stars’ benefits Place of Hope

Recognizing 50 years of racing in Palm Beach County, the Palm Beach Driving Club and the Palm Beach International Raceway are inviting car enthusiasts to celebrate “Cars Under The Stars,” a fundraiser for Place of Hope, the county’s More...

Clerk’s office now accepting electronic official documents

Clerk Sharon Bock has announced that the Clerk & Comptroller’s office is now accepting electronic documents for recording in the Official Records of Palm Beach County. More...

Make sure your little goblins are safe celebrating Halloween

Halloween can be great fun for the whole family. Parents and children dress up and get free candy. But with hundreds of children walking around at night, everyone is responsible for having a safe holiday. More...

Quantum House honors volunteers for hospital hospitality house

The families and staff of Quantum House held its annual Volunteer Appreciation event, which celebrates all the community does for the area’s only hospital hospitality house. More...

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Business News

MONEY & INVESTING

End of the equity market’s happy story hard to predict

The equity markets have been telling a largely cheerful story for the past five years. There have been some hiccups along the way … but not too many. More...

Designs on CHARITY

Competitors vie to create the best room in Storage Wars

Storage Wars is returning to STORE Self Storage for a second year with designs on raising money for Gulfstream Goodwill Industries. For the event, set for Nov. More...

PGA Country Club to open as St. Lucie Trail Golf Club Nov. 1

With a special focus on the local community, PGA Country Club will open to the public as the “St. Lucie Trail Golf Club” beginning Nov. 1. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

THROUGH THE FOOTSTEPS of Alexander

Artifacts in Ann Norton show travel the empire of Alexander the Great

ART REVIEW Alexander the Great had it all. At the time of his death in 323 B.C., he ruled over an empire that stretched from Greece to India and Egypt. And when he died, after a feast in Babylon, he was all of 32. More...

Fort Lauderdale focuses on 29th film festival

Filmmakers from around the world will converge on the Fort Lauderdale area Nov. 7-23 for the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival. More...

SPILLING IT

Ridding the world of puppy mills would bring him joy

Philanthropist James Berwind sits on the Humane Society national council and this year is co- chairing the Humane Society’s annual Palm Beach gala. We conducted the interview at his new, Bermuda style home on Palm Beach. More...

James Ponce busy keeping history alive at age 97

Each Tuesday, a limousine rolls up to James Ponce’s home in West Palm Beach’s Northwood Hills neighborhood to whisk him away to work as a tour guide at The Breakers. Mr. Ponce is 97. More...

14th ‘Run 4 the Pies’ set for Thanksgiving Day in Constitution Park

The 14th annual “Run 4 the Pies” will commence at 8 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 27, at the Village of Tequesta Constitution Park. More...

Wanted: A few good items for Boynton kinetic sculpture

A historic tree in Boynton Beach is about to go from kapok to kinetic. The giant kapok tree will be transformed into a living, kinetic sculpture during Kinetic-Connections. More...

Third Festival of Trees in Jupiter set for Nov. 20-23

The 3rd Annual Festival of Trees will be held November 20 through 23 at the Jupiter Community Center. The fundraiser for the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is being organized by its docent organization with cooperation from the Town of Jupiter. More...

The Lord’s Place Ending Homelessness Breakfast is Nov. 20

The Lord’s Place Ending Homelessness Breakfast will be held at 8 a.m. Nov. 20 at the Cohen Pavilion at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts in West Palm Beach. More...

Gardens Historical Society holds meeting Nov. 2

The Palm Beach Gardens Historical Society will hold its regularly scheduled monthly enrichment program on Nov. 12. More...

Real Estate News

Spectacular estate in The Cove

“THE COVE” IS A SMALL PRIVATE GATED WATERFRONT SUBDIVISION on a navigable canal just off the main Intracoastal. This magnificent waterfront estate was a custom home built in 2005 with many spectacular upgrades inside and out. More...

Scott Turnbull named to Florida Oceanographic Society board

Scott Turnbull, a partner at Crary Buchanan Law, has joined the Florida Oceanographic Society board of directors, Mark Perry, executive director of the nonprofit organization and Florida Coastal Center on Hutchinson Island, has announced. More...

Science Center announces partnership with B/E Aerospace, $250,000 naming rights

The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium announced an agreement with B/E Aerospace to serve as the presenting sponsor for the SFSCA’s Discovery Plaza. More...