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#TastyThursday – Father’s Day Edition

#TastyThursday – Father’s Day Edition

On Sunday, June 17, we pause to celebrate the most important man in our lives: Dad! This week, Chef Zelicious offers up her idea for the ultimate breakfast in bed; Lemon Poppy Chia Seed Pancakes! Ingredients: ● 2 Cups coconut flour or whole wheat flour ● 2 Teaspoon baking powder ● ½ Teaspoon baking soda […]

New slate of officers: Paul Grose (Secretary), Robert Weisman (Treasurer), William E. Pruitt (Chair), Dennis Grady (Vice Chair), Michael W. Bubis (Immediate Past Chair), Richard J. Vymlatil (President/CEO)

Happening People: South Florida Fair inducts new officers, trustees and directors

The South Florida Fair has inducted a new slate of officers for the 2018-2019 year. William Pruitt is the new chair; Dennis Grady, vice chair; Robert Weisman, treasurer; Paul Grose; secretary; and Michael Bubis, immediate past chair. Additional inductions also were made. New trustees are Paul Allen, Dave DeMay, Don Dufresne and Kelly Smallridge. New […]

Dump the Pump on June 21

Dump the Pump on June 21

The Palm Beach TPA will greet transit users along with local transportation partners for the 13th annual Dump the Pump Day event on Thursday, June 21. Promoted by APTA (American Public Transportation Association), it is a day to highlight the many benefits of using public transportation. Drivers are encouraged to park their cars and skip the gas pumps! Click for Dump the […]

City of Boca Raton Mayor Scott Singer, surrounded by (L-R) Palm Beach County Commissioner Steve Abrams, Boca Raton CRA Chair Andrea Levine O'Rouke, Boca Raton Council Member Monica Mayottte, and Brightline representative Ali Soule. Both Mayor Singer and Commissioner Abrams also serve as members of the TPA Governing Board.

Quiet Zones Now in Effect in West Palm Beach, Lake Worth, Delray Beach, and Boca Raton

Quiet Zones are now in effect along more sections of the FEC rail corridor, meaning both passenger and freight trains do not routinely blow horns. While the elimination of train horns except in emergencies will improve quality of life for surrounding communities, it is critical for pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists to stay out of the rail corridor at […]

Uncorked…A DownRight ExtraOrdinary Evening of Wine and Food

Uncorked…A DownRight ExtraOrdinary Evening of Wine and Food

On Wednesday, July 25, you are invited to enjoy a variety of fine wines and food at The Wine Cellar Boynton Beach (1500 Gateway Boulevard, Boynton Beach, FL 33426) for Uncorked. The event kicks off the Gold Coast Down Syndrome’s 24th year of walking for Down syndrome with our newly named DownRight ExtraOrdinary Walk. Admission […]

Epic Moments Inspired by Characters from Favorite Universal Attractions and Some of the World’s Biggest Films Come to Life in the Heart of the Universal Studios Lagoon this Summer

Epic Moments Inspired by Characters from Favorite Universal Attractions and Some of the World’s Biggest Films Come to Life in the Heart of the Universal Studios Lagoon this Summer

Starting this summer, Universal Orlando will take its nighttime lagoon show to the next level in“Universal Orlando’s Cinematic Celebration.” The all-new lagoon show will give guests a brand-new, awe-inspiring way to cap off their day in Universal Studios as they enjoy an epic cinema under the stars on select nights. “Universal Orlando’s Cinematic Celebration” will seamlessly […]