June 30, 2016 RSS feed / Top News

FWC votes 4-3 to postpone 2016 bear hunt in Florida

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission voted 4-3 to postpone the 2016 bear hunt. More...

Dates set for lionfish derbies

Reef Environmental Education Foundation will be hosting its 8th Annual Summer Lionfish Derby Series this year. More...

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Money & Investing

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Nissan Titan XD diesel most capable truck to come from Nissan yet

Anyone who has to take a car, boat, camper or other toy across country — or just a few states — needs a good tow vehicle. The all-new 2016 Nissan Titan XD can do the job. More...

Business News

Meyer Academy names new executive director

Arthur I. Meyer Jewish Academy at the Melvin J. & Claire Levine Center for Jewish Learning has announced Charles Cohen has been named executive director. More...

NEWS OF THE WEIRD

Getting fannies in the seats More...

The complex key to the present lies in the past of the Vietnam War

FLORIDA WRITERS

¦ “Someone Must Die” by Sharon Potts. Thomas & Mercer. 380 pages. Trade paperback, $15.95; Kindle ebook, $3.99. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Dramaworks Stages the Very Timely 1776

A DEEPLY POLARIZED CITIZENRY, partisans with irreconcilable ideas about the role of government, a stalled deliberative body, confusion, anxiety. Sound familiar? More...

DOWNTOWN

Independence celebrations across county

You wait the whole year for this! 4th on Flagler begins promptly at 5 p.m. on July 4 at the West Palm Beach Waterfront with entertainment on two stages. More...

‘Shrewd’ move: Shakespeare takes Derby twist

In northern Palm Beach County, it’s the year of the “Shrew.” Just brush up your Shakespeare and ponder this: Maltz Jupiter Theatre produced a critically acclaimed production of Cole Porter’s “Kiss Me, Kate” this pa More...

Cuisine

FLORIDA WEEKLY CUISINE

Duffy’s hopes test kitchen offers recipe for growth

Duffy’s has cooked up a new spot for testing recipes and training employees. More...

New boutique sells chocolates made by autistic adults

The Chocolate Spectrum Boutique and Academy has opened in Jupiter. Owner Valerie Herskowitz celebrated a birthday the day of the opening, so the shop is offering birthday- and Independence Day-inspired items that week. More...

Beef Jerky Outlet opens at Palm Beach Outlets

Hungry for something beefy? Check out the Beef Jerky Outlet at Palm Beach Outlets. More...

Star-spangled Mega Bash at Roger Dean

Roger Dean Stadium will celebrate its annual Mega Bash on July 3 and 4, welcoming fans from northern Palm Beach County and beyond to the spirited, star-spangled spree. More...

Isn’t that special? A look at summer dining options

Summer dining specials are a favorite for Floridians who don’t fly north for the summer. That’s also why we can get a table. More...

Author makes literary leap from English lit to rock ’n’ roll

Meeting Samuel Joeckel for the first time, most people would assume that he is more like one of the characters from his latest novel, ”Golden Notes” (Tressler Press, 2016) than what his résumé actually says. More...

Opinion

There will be blood

Three years have passed since the mass shooting by a deranged gunman killing 20 school children and six adults in Sandy Hook Elementary School. More...

Looking back at Marco

The day we drove into West Miami to see where Marco Rubio grew up — and where he still lived with his wife and four children only three blocks away, at the end of Southwest 13th Street — Osvaldo “Waddy” Padilla took me home to More...

Heed Trump’s warning

One of Donald Trump’s political skills is giving widely condemned speeches. His post-Orlando jeremiad fit the pattern. More...

Real Estate News

Bright, airy and large in Palm Beach

These may be the most luxurious planned townhomes in Palm Beach in the last 13 years. More...

What To Do, Where To Go

CALENDAR

Please send calendar listings to calendar editor Janis Fontaine at pbnews@floridaweekly.com. THURSDAY6/30 More...

Society

Cultural Council of Palm Beach County reception at Meat Market

1. The party drew several hundred. 2. Leonardo Karalas, Monica Kaufmann and David G. Weinberg 3. Joan Sargent and Camila Helander 4. Phil Gilbert and Dusty Dodgeat 5. Roger Amidon and Tina Amidon 6. Collin Albertsson and Jennifer Rodgriguez More...

Rock ’n’ Roll Summer at Downtown at the Gardens

1. Athena Lohf, Al Lohf and Tara Gilbert 2. Miguel Romero and Adrrena Quarov 3. Jonathan Cosky, Benjamin Cosky and Noemi Cosky 4. Angela Pykosz and Denny Welch 5. Bob Havlin, Avery Havlin and Tania Havlin 6. Arla Long and Jim Long 7. More...