March 10, 2011 RSS feed / Top News

Register now for Gardens Games

The city of Palm Beach Gardens parks and recreation department welcomes amateur athletes of all abilities, ages 50 and up, to register through March 21 for the Gardens Games. The events will take place from March 25 through April 10. More...

A tale of high tension in today’s Turkey

FLORIDA WRITERS

While asking readers to accept more than the usual amount of improbabilities and questions of motive, first-time novelist Walt Breede has fashioned a rousing story of international intrigue and mayhem. More...

Women’s club hosts “Yankee Doodle Tea”

The General Federation Women’s Club Palm Beach Gardens Woman’s Club will hold its 29th Annual Tea Event on March 19. The event, the club’s main fundraiser, is 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Burns Road Recreation Center. More...

Knights of Columbus gets combat flag

An American combat flag that was flown at the 86th Combat Support Hospital of the 101st Airborne Division COB Adder, Tallil, Iraq, was presented to the officers of the Palm Beach Gardens Knights of Columbus Council 4999 and Assembly 0155 at their rec More...

Special Sections

Business News

North County’s art cinema books a new owner

ALIVE AND INDEPENDENT

Mos’Art Theatre may be one of northern Palm Beach County’s best-kept secrets. New owner Erin Coley aims to change that. Mrs. More...

CRAB CLAWS

A GREAT SEASON FOR Stone crab claws plentiful at Palm Beach County markets

Stone crab claws — those luscious, Florida-sunset colored crustacean pincers that draw tourists and natives alike to the seafood bars — are in full dine-in mode. More...

Oil price surge exacerbates uncertainty

MONEY & INVESTING

Through mid-February, the U.S. equity market had risen, unabated, some 25 percent from August 2010’s lows. It felt like a free lunch. More...

Jupiter water taxi takes to the waves

to use in Point Pleasant, N.J. The 40-foot, 30-passenger Saltwater Safari runs a route from 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. seven days a week, from its dock at Jupiter’s Seasport Marina, just off State Road A1A. More...

Part of Bluegill Trail opens March 19

Palm Beach County’s Department of Environmental Resources Management is putting the finishing touches on the first phase of the Bluegill Trail, the first multiuse trail to open within the 165,000-acre Northeast Everglades Natural Area system. More...

Traditional news models shrink, but should foundations fill the gap?

GIVING

My board chair and I recently attended the third annual conference on community information initiatives hosted in Miami by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. More...

Marine association names Beacon of Light winners

The Marine Industries Association of Palm Beach County has named five individuals and organizations as recipients of the Beacon of Light Awards for supporting the county marine industry. More...

Sales of ties, totes benefit Marinelife Center

Vineyard vines ties one on for sea turtles this month — literally. The Loggerhead Marinelife Center is the clothier’s Tied to a Cause partner for the month of March. What does that mean? More...

Real Estate News

find your dream home

Florida Realtors sponsors statewide open house

IF YOU’RE IN THE MARKET FOR A HOUSE, THE weekend of March 26 and 27 is made for you. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

National tour West Side Story production stays true to 1957 original

It was originally conceived as a clash between Jews and Catholics, sort of a musical version of Abie's Irish Rose. More...

Tenors, anyone? Trio sings mix of Celtic, classical and pop

It’s a great day for the Irish. But it’s nice to know St. Patrick’s Day is one thing Americans do right, green beer and all. More...

Trumpeter Botti keeps the show simple

When Chris Botti places his 1939 Martin Committee Handcraft trumpet to his lips, it’s like a siren singing. It’s a compelling sound, haunting and beautiful and moody, impossible not to listen to. More...