February 26, 2015 RSS feed / Top News

Who represents you in Tallahassee?

It’s OK if you haven’t been paying attention — if perhaps a few elections have passed you by and maybe you’ve fallen behind. More...

Special Sections

Healthy Living

Siblings need to be willing to work together

Liz was simmering with rage. She forced herself to take a deep breath. She then counted to 20. Liz knew that if she dared to say what she was REALLY thinking there would be a major war with her sister Marla. More...

New heart valve replacement available at Delray Medical Center

Delray Medical Center is offering Transcatheter Aortic Valve replacement, an advanced minimally invasive treatment option for patients with severe aortic stenosis. More...

Business News

The Billion-Dollar Art Economy

Surprising findings in new NEA reports on the arts

THREE REPORTS FROM THE NATIONAL Endowment for the Arts reveal new findings about the impact of arts and cultural industries on Gross Domestic Product, as well as how and why Americans participate in certain arts activities. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Setting the scene

Exploring the art of creating the look for theatrical productions

An important element in the overall success of any theatrical production lies in the talents of a scenic designer, whose task is to effectively depict a play’s location, mood and degree of reality — oftentimes before even a single line of More...

Next Dramaworks season mixes old, new works

Palm Beach Dramaworks continues its tradition of exploring the gems of 20th-century theater in its 2015-2016 season. Coming to the stage: Two Pulitzer Prize-winning, 20th-century works and three contemporary plays. The season opens Oct. More...

A showing of the fine and the rare

It was easy for me to conjure up an image of Teddy Roosevelt, sitting back in an elegant wicker chairs, boots up on the railing of an Adirondack lodge, the sweet aroma of woodsmoke in the air collaborating with the smoke curling from his cigar as he More...

Cuisine

VINO

Over the top, all in the name of a good cause

Not long ago, I wrote in this space about South Florida’s prominence in the field of charity wine events. More...

THE DISH:

Highlights from local menus

The Dish: Smoked Fish Dip The Place: Old Florida Bar & Grill, 250 W. Indiantown Road, Suite 101, Jupiter; 203-2302 The Price: $9.75 More...

Making the grade at Lifelong Learning Society

If you attend a class at the Lifelong Learning Society, chances are you’ll find a roomful of students who graduated long, long ago. More...

FWC, partners coordinate first statewide nonnative fish contest

As part of National Invasive Species Awareness Week, the Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission has partnered with other agencies to coordinate the first statewide Nonnative Fish Catch, Click and Submit Contest. More...

The art of the Highwaymen

“Fire Sky” by Harold Newton, date unknown. More...

Opinion

The highway less traveled

During February, the Grassy Waters Preserve, located in northwestern Palm Beach County, is hosting an art exhibit at its education center in celebration of Black History Month. More...

Creep meets girl

Thelma and Louise should be appalled. More...

Good people can’t remain silent

GUEST OPINION

It was Sunday, Sept. 15, 1963, late afternoon. More...

Real Estate News

Luxury on the Intracoastal

This magnificent two-story 1926 El Cid Mediterranean, four-bedroom, 4½-bath home at 2737 S. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach features fantastic Intracoastal water views. More...

Country club living in style

This exceptional home with hurricane protection has unobstructed views across two fairways and a lake on the south course of BallenIsles Country Club. More...

What To Do, Where To Go

CALENDAR

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