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#TerrorTuesday – French Quarter Phantoms

#TerrorTuesday – French Quarter Phantoms

More than ten years have passed since Hurricane Katrina disrupted the routine of daily life in New Orleans, changing the crescent city forever. The horrors of that day, as well as it’s aftermath, still loom large over the Big Easy, and residents both living and dead have had to adapt to a new reality.   […]

Get ready for the Riverwalk Fall Festival

Get ready for the Riverwalk Fall Festival

It’s nearly time to send summer on its way and usher in the glorious fall. It’s got everything you need: cool breeze, crunchy leaves, the occasional chill at night. Why not throw a festival in its honor?  Join us on September 23rd from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm at Esplanade Park for our 3rd Annual […]

Make a Splash Grant will help provide reduced cost swim lessons to children in Boynton Beach

Make a Splash Grant will help provide reduced cost swim lessons to children in Boynton Beach

The City of Boynton Beach Recreation & Parks Department received grant money from the USA Swimming Foundation to offer lessons to children who wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford them. Boynton Beach is one of the 114 partners to earn a grant from the USA Swimming Foundation, which has awarded $474,000 through its 2017 Make […]

Tips for Turning A Small Dorm Room Into A Great Space

Tips for Turning A Small Dorm Room Into A Great Space

Tips and Tricks from ModularClosets.com   The average dorm room is about 110 square feet. Assuming it’s a shared space too, that’s not a huge footprint in which to spend time studying, sleeping and getting ready for the party down the hall! Dorm rooms, as they come, are pretty bare. A bed, maybe a desk […]

Lynn University’s Conservatory of Music launches season with 14 concerts in September and October

Lynn University’s Conservatory of Music launches season with 14 concerts in September and October

Jon Robertson, dean of Lynn University Conservatory of Music and Philharmonia Guest Conductor, today announced the launch of the 2017–18 season with 14 concerts in September and October. Lynn Conservatory of Music concerts run from September through May in the Keith C. and Elaine Johnon Wold Performing Arts Center, the Amarnick-Goldstein Concert Hall or the […]

League of Women Voters of PB County Invites Public to 2 Thought-Provoking Events in September

League of Women Voters of PB County Invites Public to 2 Thought-Provoking Events in September

The League of Women Voters of Palm Beach County is inviting the public to two issues-oriented, thought-provoking events next month: Hot Topics Luncheon Wednesday, September 20 in Atlantis WHY COURTS MATTER ‘The Impact Federal Court Decisions Have on Daily Lives’ The main speaker is Nancy Abudu, Director of Legal Operation for ACLU of Florida. This […]