April 28, 2016 RSS feed / Top News

Special Sections

Pet Tales

Annual dog, cat vaccinations not always the answer

How often do you have your dog or cat vaccinated? If you’re still following an annual schedule, you may want to reconsider. Vaccines save lives; there’s no doubt about it. 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...

Healthy Living

Never underestimate the pain of losing a pet

Editor’s note: This column ran previously. Gina blinked twice and did a double take. The neighbor’s new dog looked just like Fluffy. But, of course it wasn’t Fluffy. (Details have been changed.) More...

Great Give to raise money for nonprofits

May 3 is the day local nonprofits come together to raise money in the Great Give. So what is it? More...

ASK THE VEIN EXPERT ASK THE VEIN EXPERT

THE MANY MISCONCEPTIONS OF VEIN DISEASE Question: I have very severe bulging veins in both of my legs. My doctor told me to just wear support stockings because there is no treatment, and no reason to treat. Is this correct? More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Shakes Rattles and Rolls

Alabama band brings a blues inflected close to SunFest

ALABAMA SHAKES HAS boldest sounds have come out of the South in recent years. More...

DOWNTOWN

Waterfront to come alive with art, music

There’s no Clematis by Night on April 28 — Yay, SunFest! — but your favorite weekly outdoor concert returns in May with stellar acts. The stage is just feet from the Great Lawn at the West Palm Beach Waterfront, 101 N. More...

It’s Act 2 as The Wick buys its home

Three years and one month ago, Costume World founder Marilynn Wick announced she would lease the former home of the Caldwell Theatre Company and open a new producing company in the Boca Raton venue in a four-year deal with Legacy Bank. More...

Cuisine

In the kitchen with... JOHN BIEDER WOLF,

This Is It Café, West Palm Beach

If ever there was a “go-to” place for breakfast and lunch in the Northwood Village section of West Palm Beach, this is it. Owner John Biederwolf said the key to his This Is It Café’s success lies in one word: Freshness. More...

SCOTT’S THREE FOR 3

Mother’s Day brunch spots A trio worth noting

1SPOTO’S OYSTER BAR PGA Commons, 4560 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; 776-9448 or visit spotos.com. Reservations recommended. More...

THE DISH: Highlights from local menus

The Dish: Horiatiki salad with chicken The Place: Aladdin Mediterranean Grill, 3896 Northlake Blvd, Palm Beach Gardens; 622-1660 or aladdinmediterraneangrill.com. The Price: $10.95 More...

Silver Alerts help locate seniors lost on the road or on foot

You’ve probably seen the electronic message signs on the interstate lighting up with a “Silver Alert,” displaying the characteristics and tag number of a car and imploring motorists who spot it to call #347 or 911. More...

Opinion

It’s a Southern tradition

The South is famous for many things but progressive policies or enlightened political leadership are rarely among them. More...

All (not just politics) journalism is local

There’s a lot of talk about the decline of journalism these days, but none of it’s true. More...

Alabama a harbinger of Trump or Cruz election?

I have glimpsed the future, and it is Alabama. More...

Money & Investing

It’s time to be cautious about buying Microsoft, Google

One of the most frustrating things about being an individual stock investor is how quickly a stock can go from hot to not. More...

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Jaguar’s new XF is a wild, rocking sports car, but is still an adult

Jaguar infuses driving passion into every car, even a responsible midsize sedan. How else can you explain a supercharged 380 horsepower rocket ship that has more trunk space than a Toyota Camry? More...

Business News

Adding the bloom

Landscapers beautify as Southwest Floridians embrace groomed surroundings

NATURE untutored, and Floridians in particular like to look at it or even step into it, on occasion. But most of us are not looking at untutored nature, in general. More...

Real Estate News

Intracoastal elegance on Flagler Drive

This stately traditional manor house at 7301 S. Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach boasts six bedrooms and five baths on a large, .83-acre lot with deeded 169 feet of beachfront east of South Flagler Drive. More...

What To Do, Where To Go

Calendar

Please send calendar listings to calendar editor Janis Fontaine at pbnews@floridaweekly.com. THURSDAY4.28 More...

Society

Sunday polo at the International Polo Club Palm Beach, Wellington

1. Kayla Mosley, Connie Qia, Rebecca Klee, Lauren Gard, Rachelle Hacmac and Ashley Jurassic 2. Winning Team, Audi 3. Jeronimo Bidegain, Valentina Bidegain 4. Farley Rentschler and Kyle Johnson 5. More...

Palm Beach Symphony’s season-ending concert, Kravis Center

1. David McClymont and Dale McNulty 2. David McClymont, Ramón Tebar, Lola Astanova, and Dale McNulty 3. Carol Hays, Nancy Parker and Ellis Parker 4. Paul Goldner and Sandra Goldner 5. Adolfo Zaralegui, Isora Sherman and Steve Sherman 6. More...

Palm Beach Writers Group, The Chesterfield, Palm Beach

1. Sally Ann Nisberg, Sonia Cooper, Marilyn Murray Willson and Betsy Kohlus 2. Cathy Helowicz, Joanna Elm, Robert Bailey and Melanie Cabot 3. Jim Grabler 4. Amy Tilley, Howard Bruns and Phyllis Hoffman 5. Bobbi Shorr and Jim Gabler 6. More...