October 23, 2014 RSS feed / Top News

Quantum Foundation provides $150,000 to Catholic Charities’ Healthcare for the Homeless

The Quantum Foundation has provided another $150,000 grant to help Catholic Charities’ Healthcare for the Homeless project address unmet health services for Palm Beach County’s estimated 1,500 homeless people. More...

Michael Aiello — master of fright

Michael Aiello has been brewing up fear as the creative director of Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios in Orlando for over a decade. Here, he spills his guts. How do you scare the bejesus out of someone? More...

Traffic ticket assigned to collections? Clerk’s office cutting fees for one day

If you’ve got an overdue Palm Beach County traffic ticket, the Clerk & Comptroller’s office is giving you a break by putting the brakes on collection fees — for one day only. More...

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Spotlight goes out on the Plaza Theatre

Citing a lack of donors and lagging ticket sales, Plaza Theatre founder and artistic director Alan Jacobson has declared bankruptcy after two seasons and suspended operations at the 246- seat theater in Manalapan. More...

You’ve Got MAIDS providing services to women fighting cancer

You’ve Got MAIDS, a cleaning company, has teamed up with Cleaning For A Reason, an international nonprofit foundation, to provide cleaning services to women battling cancer. More...

Harbourside Place donates $50,000 to Jupiter High for new track

Harbourside Place and its parent company, Allied Capital and Development of South Florida, LLC, presented a $50,000 check to Jupiter Community High School at homecoming Oct. 10 to support the construction of new athletic facilities. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

meet “the foreigner”

Play challenges notions of exactly what the word means

The play is called “The Foreigner.” But another title for the Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s season opener could be “The Outsider.” Larry Shue’s tale follows Charlie, a shy British man who adopts a persona as a non-Engli More...

Ballet Palm Beach breathes life into “Giselle”

Classical ballet is whipped cream on legs of steel … More...

SPILLING IT

He’s waiting by the phone to open that $1,000 bottle of scotch

Earl Stewart owns Earl Stewart Toyota. We met in his office inside the dealership. Let’s start with an important question; what’s your favorite drink? More...

$4 billion in boats to anchor at 55th annual Fort Lauderdale boat show

More than $4 billion worth of boats — runabouts, sportfishers, high performance boats, center consoles, cabin cruisers, flats boats, skiffs, express cruisers, sailing yachts, motor yachts, bowriders, catamarans, ski boats, jet boats, trawlers, More...

Jewish Federation Innovation Fund accepting applications for grants

The Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County has launched The Innovation Fund, a high-impact, multiyear grants program that represents a new, forwardthinking philosophy embraced by the organization’s board of directors, the federation said in a p More...

Palm Beach Zoo volunteers break records for service

The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society’s volunteers have broken two records for the second consecutive year — total hours volunteered and the amount of money they have saved the zoo . More...

When your wife has breast cancer

When a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer, her husband should make sure to provide her with support and comfort during such a difficult time. More...

Women’s group to hear from analyst

The Northern Palm Beach Chapter of the American Business Women’s Association will host its monthly meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 12, at the PGA Embassy Suites Hotel. Networking will be from 6 to 6:30 p.m., and the dinner/program at 6:30 p.m. More...

Real Estate News

Luxury new home on West Indies, Palm Beach

OFFERED IS LUXURY NEW CONSTRUCTION AT 225 WEST Indies Drive, Palm Beach — on an exceptional street. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Halloween collectibles scare up high asking prices

Halloween is the second most popular holiday among collectors of holiday memorabilia. Christmas comes first. More...

Palm Beach County foreclosure filings up slightly in September

The number of new foreclosures in Palm Beach County increased slightly in September, but remains lower than at the same time last year, according to the latest statistics from the Clerk & Comptroller, Palm Beach County. More...