May 26, 2016 RSS feed / Top News

King Solomon’s frailties threaten to doom his kingdom

¦ “The Judgment” by D.J. Niko. Medallion Press. 292 pages. Trade paperback, $14.99. More...

Special Sections

Pet Tales

Bee careful: What to do if a bee stings your pet

When my dog Harper was a young puppy, a bee stung her on a hind leg. I didn’t know what was causing all the screaming and running in circles until I saw the bee fall to the ground. More...

Pets of the Week

To adopt or foster a pet 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. More...

Money & Investing

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8: 475 hp packed into a family SUV

“That’s so cool, man!” The guy in the plumbing supply van was willing to hold up rush hour traffic just so he could make sure his feelings were known. “The exhaust is so mean, and the body is so stealth!” More...

Want to change your partner? Look at yourself first

Cindy looked at her watch with exasperation. Jerry had promised her he’d be home by 3, but she should have known she wouldn't be able to count on him. More...

Real Estate News

Carefree luxury in San Michele

Enjoy this San Michele luxury home at the end of a cul-de-sac in one of the area’s finest gated communities. More...

Sandy Days, Salty Nights

Calendar

Please send calendar listings to calendar editor Janis Fontaine at pbnews@floridaweekly.com. THURSDAY5/26 More...

Society

Bubbles and Bouquets fundraiser for Petals th a Purpose, Binks Forest Golf Club, Wellington

1. Melissa Varvarigos and JP Varvarigos 2. Rebecca Seelig, Kimberly Loux and Kim Lumpkin 3. Elle Rose, Bettina Gannon, Davina Siems, Lora Kozokoff, Lilla Ridley, Tim Gannon and Christie Gannon 4. Aaron Menitoff, Nicki Brower and Julie Menitoff 5. More...

Place of Hope Garden Party, Boynton Woman’s Club

1. Carmel Baronoff, Laura Frione, Neil Saffer, Melanie Riddick and Trisha Saffer 2. Bonnie Wintz Boroian, Andrea Reid, Eileen Needleman, Karen Baker, Laura Frione and Bonnie Judson 3. More...

Community Foundation awards luncheon, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach

1. Dee Wade, Allison Reckson and Dina Turner 2. Sarah Turner, Renee Layman, Samantha Whiteman, Jeff DeMario and Julie Swindler 3. Fred Barch, Tom Pearson and Ed Capitano 4. Allison Tardonia, Bill Hobbs and Doug Twohill 5. More...

Lottery sales hit all-time high for April — $513 million spent in search of jackpot

Lots of Bucks. Money Tree. $10,000,000 Fortune. Money Bags. The names of just a handful of the Florida Lottery’s nearly 100 scratch-off games entice players with the dream of an easy payoff. More...

Arthur R. Marshall Foundation merges education programs into The Everglades Foundation

The Arthur R. Marshall Foundation for the Everglades has forged an agreement with The Everglades Foundation Inc. to administer and continue two key programs of ARMF beginning in 2017. More...

Canstruction artistry benefits Palm Beach County Food Bank

It takes a can-do attitude to help end hunger in Palm Beach County. And the Palm Beach County Food Bank is hoping its annual Canstruction draws attention — and resources — to fighting hunger. More...

Opinion

Throw me a bone

Back in the day of the Great Depression, the Works Progress Administration launched a massive employment relief program to put Americans back to work. More...

The Nile croc comes calling

I’ve been waiting a long time for the Nile crocodile to invade Florida. You probably have too. Now it’s finally happened. More...

The bathroom putsch

The authors of The Federalist Papers neglected to explain the fearsome powers that inhere in the “Dear Colleague” letter under our system of government. More...

Business News

Fostering innovation

working, incubators and accelerators changing the way business is done in Florida

CONSIDER THIS: WHEN FORBES LISTS THE BEST for jobs in the U.S., you won’t hear Florida mentioned. More...

MOVING ON UP

“Keeping members happy isn’t hard. I just think of how I would want to be treated.” — Darrell Wilde, General manager/chief operating officer at Wycliffe Golf & Country Club More...

Arts & Entertainment News

In Good Company

Paul Rodgers creates a solid lineup for Bad Company’s summer tour with Joe Walsh.

ONE DAY AFTER ANNOUNCING THAT Bad summer with Joe Walsh, the group encountered an unexpected obstacle — guitarist Mick Ralphs had decided against doing the tour. Obviously, this came as a big surprise to Bad Company singer Paul Rodgers. More...

DOWNTOWN

Flagler marks Founder’s Day with free admission

On one day each year, admission to the Flagler Museum is free, thanks to the sentiment of Henry Flagler’s granddaughter, Jean Flagler Matthews. More...

COLLECTOR’S CORNER

Ready to let go of treasures? In Florida, wait until fall, if you can

Everything has its season, and antiques are no exception. Folks regularly ask me about selling sets of china, silver and crystal. But this would be my answer: Wait until fall. Why fall? More...

Cuisine

In the kitchen with... VINNY TRUPIA,

Guanabanas, Jupiter

Like so many chefs before him, Vinny Trupia started out at age 19 as a lowly dishwasher. More...

SCOTT’S THREE FOR 3

Places for al fresco dining

1BREEZE OCEAN KITCHEN More...

THE DISH: Highlights from local menus

The Dish: Salsicce & Rappini The Place: Pizza Al Fresco, 14 Via Mizner, Worth Avenue, Palm Beach; 832- 0032 or pizzaalfresco.com. The Price: $19 More...