Articles Posted by Eric Barton

by Eric Barton Apr 2019 Also on Digital Edition

Advice on how to spot the real thing, and maybe when to back off that organic promise

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by Eric Barton Feb 2019 Also on Digital Edition

Millions of gold coins went missing in 2010, right here, just waiting for somebody to comb the evidence for clues.

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by Eric Barton Dec 2018 Also on Digital Edition

When it’s time to graduate to collecting quality art, here is your guide on how to do it right

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by Eric Barton Nov 2018 Also on Digital Edition

After a tragedy comes an overwhelming, undeniable groundswell for something better

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by Eric Barton Jul 2018 Also on Digital Edition

The Galapagos Islands remain just like Darwin found them, full of the same discoveries that changed how we think of the world

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by Eric Barton Feb 26, 2018 04:23 PM

For most of the 37 years that Captain Jeff Ardelean has worked as a state wildlife officer, he has been on the hunt for something that sounds like a work of fiction. His prey for nearly four decades has been sea turtle poachers.

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by Eric Barton Feb 2018 Also on Digital Edition

State lawmakers consider a fundamental shift in the way Florida educates college students.

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by Eric Barton Jan 2018 Also on Digital Edition

South Florida is doing something very Japanese, combining public and private-public transit, for the first time ever.

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by Eric Barton Mar 21, 2017 05:09 PM

If you’re a fan of Lynora’s in Jupiter and downtown West Palm Beach, there’s good news. Soon, you’ll be able to get those same meatballs, pizzas and pastas to go.

Owners of the Lynora’s restaurants, the Abbenante family is aiming to open Lynora’s Market on West Palm’s Dixie Corridor in April. The shop will offer Lynora’s top-selling items, like eggplant parm and braciole, but as a grab-and-go market. 

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