February 4, 2016 RSS feed / Top News

Flagler lecture to examine the basis for segregation

The next installment in the Flagler Museum’s lecture series takes a look at segregation. The Flagler’s 31st annual Whitehall Lecture Series will present “Plessy v. More...

Charity makes a difference $100 at a time

A local charity is making a difference $100 at a time. The premise is simple: 100+Women Who Care South Florida meets quarterly and members donate $100 per meeting, then vote on their charity of choice to receive the money. More...

Special Sections

Pet Tales

Looking for Mr. or Ms. Right? Your dog or cat can help

Remember the meet-cute scene in “101 Dalmatians,” where the couple’s dogs bring them together? It happens in real life, too. More...

Pets of the Week

ADOPTION SPECIAL! Name your own adoption fee. The average cost for Peggy Adams to prepare and care for an adoptable animal is $300. More...

Money & Investing

Japan’s venture into a black hole could be good for the U.S.

I think it would be pretty cool to live in a black hole. First, you would never have to feel guilty about that second helping of ice cream as the gravitational forces would stretch you out so everyone would look like a long piece of spaghetti. More...

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Florida auction is crossing new oceans

We are fortunate to have one of the world’s largest automobile auctions taking place in our backyard, in Kissimmee. After all, even if you’re not a bidder, having more than 3,000 vehicles in one place is still one heck of a car show. More...

Business News

Convention Center Hilton brings 400 rooms to downtown West Palm Beach

The long-awaited convention center hotel finally is open. The 12-story Hilton West Palm Beach has opened next door to the Palm Beach County Convention Center. More...

Blaze pizza to open locations in Royal Palm, Gardens

A pizza chain that believes it’s hip to be casual is opening two more locations in Palm Beach County. Blaze Fast-Fire’d Pizza plans locations in Royal Palm Beach and Palm Beach Gardens. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

The Interview

Maltz looks behind the scenes in ‘Frost/Nixon’

One was a man trying to rejuvenate his television career.The other was a disgraced former president trying to rebuild his reputation. And when they came together on screen, David Frost and Richardd Nixon made history.Pet More...

DOWNTOWN

Book examines slave trader, emancipator

Daniel L. Schafer, Ph.D. will speak about his book, “Zephaniah Kingsley Jr. and the Atlantic World: Slave Trader, Plantation Owner, Emancipator,” at 7 p.m. Feb. More...

Local mom inspired two Broadway babies

Belinda Sykes, a teacher at U.B. Kinsey/ Palmview Elementary School of the Arts, can proudly claim that she has not one, but two grown children doing phenomenally well in professional theater. More...

Cuisine

In the kitchen with... CHRISTOPHER SCHAEFER,

Brandon’s Palm Beach, Tideline Resort

Inspired early on by his mother’s cooking expertise, Chef Christopher Schaefer caught the culinary bug as a young boy. More...

SCOTT’S THREE FOR 3

Places for Thai fare A trio worth noting

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THE DISH: Highlights from local menuss

The Dish: Shrimp n’ Grits The Place: Captain Charlie’s Reef Grill, 12846 U.S. Highway 1, Juno Beach; 624-9924. The Price: $10.99 More...

Show to offer Washington’s hair (but not teeth)

George Washington may have lost all his teeth, but you can own his hair. More...

Courthouse museum celebrates hosting 100,000th visitor

If the walls of the 1916 Palm Beach County Courthouse could talk, no doubt they would share the joys and sorrows of a century. More...

Junior Achievement hopes to take talent to next level

You never know where you might find the next star. That’s the premise of Junior Achievement of the Palm Beaches & Treasure Coast’s 14th annual Watch a Rising Star event. More...

Opinion

Don’t worry

Imagine for a moment your tap water was the color of a rusty nail. It tasted terrible, it smelled like the bottom of your garbage can and bathing in it gave you a rash. More...

Mortal Music

Note: Violinist and teacher Karen Romeo writes this week’s commentary about the impact of music. Ms. Romeo lives in Boulder, Colo. More...

The battle for the soul of the right

At the moment, the Republican establishment is relevant to the presidential nomination battle only as an epithet. More...

Healthy Living

Women Go Red for heart health

Heart disease is a silent killer. And it is the No. 1 killer of women in the United States, taking the life of one in three women — almost one woman every minute. More...

Jupiter Medical opens De George pediatric unit

Jupiter Medical Center hopes to make it easier for young patients to heal. More...

Breakfast in Red to highlight cardiac health

The Mandel JCC of the Palm Beaches and Jupiter Medical Center will hold Breakfast in Red, a morning of lifesaving education, at 9 a.m. Feb. 18 at the Mandel JCC in Palm Beach Gardens. More...

Real Estate News

Cottage style, island living

If you ever wanted to live in a beach cottage with all the trimmings, this is it. More...

Outside the Lines

Amie DeCapua and Julie Lashinger dial in clean lines and functionality in Bonair model.
Full Story

Finding the fun in decorating: Throw fear out the window

Susanna Salk is famous for encouraging even the most timid of homeowners to have fun decorating. More...

What To Do, Where To Go

CALENDAR

Please send calendar listings to calendar editor Janis Fontaine at pbnews@floridaweekly.com. FRIDAY02.05 More...