Dwight Shrute, of “The Office” fame, said, “A hero is part-human and part-supernatural. A hero is born out of childhood trauma, or out of a disaster that must be avenged.” Villains, in many cases, are mirror images of their superhero foes. I think there’s a lesson there. While you ponder this quandary, check out these […]
It’s almost Oktoberfest time, and the 44th Annual Oktoberfest is slated to be the biggest and best yet. The question is, would you like to rule over it? The final date to enter is Friday, July 21, 2017, so download the application today!
The MPO study of potential improvements for pedestrians, cyclists and Palm Tran service along a 42-mile stretch of US-1 began in May. The study area extends from Boca Raton’s Camino Real to Jupiter’s Indiantown Road. The Saturday workshop will include an introductory presentation, a walking tour to audit existing facilities and needs, followed by group discussions […]
The Palm Beach County Youth Services Department will be hosting the third annual Super Summer Spelling Bee on Thursday, July 20, at the CMAA Therapeutic Recreation Complex in Lake Worth from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. More than 300 students in the Summer Camp Scholarship and Summer Food Service programs will be participating. The spelling […]
Starting this July, the Palm Beach County Library System is proud to offer the Bridging Faiths series. A series designed to encourage awareness and understanding of the diverse community that makes the Palm Beaches a great place to live. Through July and October, we’ll explore topics of fasting, religious attire, pilgrimages, tolerance, respect and forgiveness. […]
At the June 20, 2017, Board of County Commissioners meeting, the board took the following action: District Park – approved a conceptual master plan for North County District Park and authorized staff to negotiate a long-term contract with the city of Palm Beach Gardens for the funding, construction, operation and maintenance of an active […]