January 29, 2015 RSS feed / Top News

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Pet Tales

Gone astray

Crucial tips for finding lost pets

My stepmother called me in a panic. She had left the sliding door open in the guest room so a visiting cat could get some fresh air, and the cat clawed a hole in the screen and disappeared. More...

Pets of the Week

To adopt: The Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League, Humane Society of the Palm Beaches, is located at 3100/3200 Military Trail in West Palm Beach. Adoptable pets and other information can be seen at hspb.org. For adoption information call 686-6656. More...

Healthy Living

Bipolar disorder affects all members of a family

The front door slammed. Seventeenyear old Blake stormed through the house without saying hello. Blake’s mother, Karen, took a deep breath and braced herself. More...

Thousands expected for 24th Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

Thousands of runners, walkers, family members, friends, supporters, pets and breast cancer survivors and patients will hit downtown West Palm Beach on Jan. 31 for the 24th annual Susan G. Komen South Florida Race for the Cure. More...

“ForEverglades Benefit” features Bryant Gumbel, Steven Tyler

Award-winning television journalist Bryant Gumbel will serve as host for the Everglades Foundation 10th annual “ForEverglades Benefit” at The Breakers Palm Beach on Saturday, Feb. 14. More...

Networking

Smith and Moore Architects’ anniversary party

Bob Silvani, Jonathan Moore, Michelle Noga and David Fite More...

Hedgefund marketing event reception at The Sailfish Club, Palm Beach

Kevin McCluskey, Lee Cooperman and Bobby Leidy More...

Florida Legislative delegation reception at the Kravis Center

Don Smith, Marty Kerner, Scott Kerner, Don Smith and Lori Kerner More...

What To Do, Where To Go

CALENDAR

Please send calendar listings to calendar editor Janis Fontaine at pbnews@floridaweekly.com. THURSDAY01.29 Undo by Holly Arsenault — Jan. 29-March 1, at The Studio at Mizner Park, 201 Plaza Real, Boca Raton. $35- $40. More...

Group pushes to wrest control of solar power from FPL

For a couple of decades, Debbie Dooley, a Tea Party activist and founder of the Atlanta-based Conservatives for Energy Freedom, traveled from Georgia into Southwest Florida to visit her parents — her father had retired from another career and b More...

10-year staffer at Place of Hope ‘mother to many’ foster children

When Theresa Peak joined the staff of Place of Hope 10 years ago, she had no idea she was about to become a mother to many. But over the course of a decade, Ms. More...

Opinion

A hard sell

Earlier this month we celebrated the national holiday honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. We commemorate the day with thousands of civic events. More...

The return of the war hero

Clint Eastwood’s new movie, “American Sniper,” marks the return of the American war hero. More...

State of the Union: Imagine something different

“Imagine if we did something different.” More...

Business News

Women have different needs than men for their financial security

Nearly half of all American women, no matter their background, share a fear that may seem odd given the wealth of some: They are afraid of losing their financial independence, otherwise known as “Bag Lady Syndrome,” according to a recent More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Take a little time to handle a few matters that could generate big returns

Some of the most important things in investing are the least considered, the least planned and the least put into action. But a 10 percent time allocation in these matters can make a 90 percent improvement in your portfolio’s performance. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Dishes provided a special place for Victorian desserts

Some serving pieces used in the 19th century are no longer needed or made. More...

Real Estate News

West Palm Beach’s historic Scuba Club

The Scuba Club, 4708/4718 N. Flagler Drive, is for sale for the first time in more than 43 years. It’s located on approximately 1.15 acres — this includes the 150- by 200-foot adjacent parcel, 4714 N. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Dangereuse territory

Deceit and intrigue reign in Dramaworks’ production of “Liaisons”

“Les Liaisons Dangereuses” shows people at their worst. Literally. The 18th-century novel by Choderlos de Laclos is a tale of terrible people who do terrible things. More...

East meets West at Art Palm Beach

The East is rising in the art world. Works from Asian artists distinguished this year’s Art Palm Beach at the convention center. More...

COMMENTARY

Florida, make my day

Two guys walk into a bar, sit down and order drinks. A few minutes later, the manager of the bar comes by and begins joking with one of the patrons about the patron’s tattoos. More...

Cuisine

In the kitchen with... MATTHEW MILLER,

BurgerBar

You could ask Matthew Miller about the mechanics of automobiles. But he probably would be most comfortable talking about food. Now executive chef at BurgerBar in Palm Beach Gardens, he had envisioned a career in the automotive industry. More...

Café Boulud plans wine dinner

Café Boulud will host a dinner featuring Bergström Wines. The event, set for 7 p.m. Feb. 19, will highlight the winery, viewed as one of Oregon’s best. Bergström’s focus is on handcrafting small lots from its five estate vineyards. More...

Too Bizarre moves to Harbourside

Too Bizaare gets a little bit of a stretch in Jupiter with a new location at Harbourside Place. The restaurant, located for years on Indiantown Road, literally had outgrown its former location, between the Intracoastal Waterway at Alternate A1A. More...