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Palm Tran Hosting Summits for Public Comments to Improve Bus Service

Palm Tran Hosting Summits for Public Comments to Improve Bus Service

Palm Tran is hosting several summits throughout the county to get public comments that will help guide bus service changes in the future. The Route Performance Maximization (RPM) project seeks to utilize public feedback to create improved travel times, more direct bus service and an overall better customer experience. More than a thousand surveys were […]

III Forks Steakhouse announces their Savory Summer Specials

III Forks Steakhouse announces their Savory Summer Specials

III Forks Steakhouse debuts their summer dining, and wine specials, available every night from June 1 through September 30, 2018. Dinner for Two, a three-course prix fixe dining experience for $80, and includes: ⦁ 2 – III Forks Signature Salad (garden fresh salad greens, toasted pecans, blue cheese, Granny Smith apples, maple pecan vinaigrette) ⦁ […]

Happening People: Jay Levin Joins Kaye Bender Rembaum

Happening People: Jay Levin Joins Kaye Bender Rembaum

Jay S. Levin, Esq. has joined leading Florida community association law firm Kaye Bender Rembaum as an Associate in the Pompano Beach office, where he will focus on general civil litigation for condominium and homeowner associations.   Levin has experience in community association law, as well as in estate planning and tax and corporate law.  “Jay is […]

#TerrorThursday – Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights 2018 to have The Most Haunted Houses in Event History

#TerrorThursday – Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights 2018 to have The Most Haunted Houses in Event History

The world’s premier Halloween event is about to get even scarier… Universal Orlando Resort is making this year’s Halloween Horror Nights the most intense ever by adding a 10th haunted house to the event. This is the first time in the event’s 28-year history that 10 haunted houses will be featured – giving guests more scares […]

Science Center Expands Aquarium with New Mangrove Exhibit

Science Center Expands Aquarium with New Mangrove Exhibit

The South Florida Science Center recently debuted the newest addition to its 10,000-gallon aquarium, “Mangroves and the History of Our Ecosystem.” Thanks to a gift from the Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties, the exhibit combines science and history to educate visitors about South Florida’s unique environmental habitats and how they directly impact […]