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Apr 2017

What to do, see and lust over this season

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by Melissa Puppo Feb 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Here's what to do, see and lust over this February.

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Jan 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Your guide to spending January 2017 in the Palm Beaches. 

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Dec 2016 Also on Digital Edition

What to do, see and lust over this month in the Palm Beaches. 

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Nov 2016 Also on Digital Edition

Each room in the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens Gallery will transform into a space that depicts design through the ages. “Eye on Photography: A Survey of Contemporary Themes” opens Nov. 9 and will feature iconic images including Berenice Abbott, Robert Farber, Massimo Listri, Michael Massaia, Robin Platzer, William Witt and others. (Tickets from $15; ansg.org)

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Advertorial Jan 08, 2016 12:39 PM

What’s better than a decadent steak dinner? How about an elegant six-course meal paired with a selection of bourbons. 

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Advertorial Dec 08, 2015 03:32 PM

If you're not hitting the town this month, you're missing out on dozens of fun-filled events. 

Among the venues offering a multitude of entertainment options is Seminole Coconut Creek Casino, whose December lineup includes smooth musical performances, bands playing our favorite tunes from the '60s and '70s, and late-night DJ sessions perfect for dancing the night away. In other words, there's something for everyone.

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March Events Also on Digital Edition

Palm Beach County youths star in the Tony-Award winning Broadway “The King and I,” produced by Maltz Jupiter Theatre. Sing along with classics like “Getting to Know You” and “Hello, Young Lovers,” among others. A classic, professional and authentic show at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre. Tickets can be purchased online

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March Events Visit Website Also on Digital Edition

Celebrate the changing way of life along New York City’s historic waterfront through paintings displayed in this unique exhibition at the Norton Museum of Art. Leading artists have painted the modern waterway’s bridges, cranes and ocean liners with ideals from the Machine Age. Artists include George Bellows, Robert Henri, John Marin, Reginald Marsh, Georgia O’Keeffe and John Sloan, to name just a few.

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