ANTIQUE ROW

Evening highlights West Palm Beach design district’s 30-year history on Dixie

Billed as a night of street theater, where artists, entertainers and musicians, along with stylish food and drinks, combine to bring West Palm Beach’s historic district to life, Evening on Antique Row returns March 4.  More...

Liman Gallery closing; Dreyfoos to benefit

The Liman Gallery in Palm Beach is closing after 14 years.  More...

Elements that make a house your home

That which was old is new again with some of the objects we found this month. Some items are gorgeous enough to be works of art, while one literally is a work of art.  Sit back and savor. — Scott Simmons   More...

Culture and Cocktails at The Colony in Palm Beach

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Remembering three decades of Antique Row

I remember my first visits to West Palm Beach’s Antique Row.  It was in the mid-’80s, and South Dixie Highway was more like the Wild West than the pockets of calm we’ve come to expect.  But Antique Row represented one litt More...

N.S. Merrill & Company

Store marks 14 years of selling home accessories

Lois Schmidt moved to South Florida more than 20 years ago, eventually settling in Palm Beach Gardens. More...

Opening of James Hutchinson art show, MacArthur Beach State Park

1. Abby Axelrod, Jeff Wunderman 2. Amy Woods and Andy Preston 3. Don Bane, Leni Bane 4. Eve and Jett Beres and Vivien and Park Manager David Dearth More...

Shell-ebrate winter

with a Captiva getaway

If shell seeking is your thing, you’ll want to visit Captiva or Sanibel, two connected west coast barrier islands where more than 250 species of shells can be found.  More...

Tequesta takes a trendy turn

Tequesta is starting to come into its own as a hub for decorative accessories.  More...