History/Culture

Mandel JCC to Host a Series of Eclectic Art and Culture Events

Mandel JCC to Host a Series of Eclectic Art and Culture Events

Ellen Wedner, Vice President of Arts & Culture at Mandel JCC and Director of the Donald M. Ephraim Palm Beach Jewish Film Festival, today invited the book buffs and movie fans to several literary and cinematic events this fall in Boynton Beach and Palm Beach Gardens. At many of these events, the author of a […]

Flagler Museum Announces 2017 – 2018 Season Programs

Flagler Museum Announces 2017 – 2018 Season Programs

The Flagler Museum continues to provide the community with unique experiences and learning opportunities during the 2017 – 2018 Season. Please include the following events and dates in your calendars. Fall Exhibition: Knights of the Air: Aviator Heroes of World War I October 17 – December 31, 2017 Included with Museum admission The first museum […]

Storytime for Grownups: Friday the 13th

Storytime for Grownups: Friday the 13th

What’s in a day? What’s in a number? Well, if the day is Friday and the number is 13, there are histories and superstitions that go back centuries. Whether you’re lucky or unlucky, check out some of these titles on this famous day that everyone has an opinion about. (List compiled by Adam Davis, director […]

Faces Behind the Fear: Renata Rodrigues of Fright Nights at the South Florida Fairgrounds

Faces Behind the Fear: Renata Rodrigues of Fright Nights at the South Florida Fairgrounds

Ghastly ghouls and scary creatures of the night will come out to play starting this weekend, as Fright Nights at the South Florida Fairgrounds celebrates their Sweet 16! One of the characters you’ll be drawn to this season, Massara, is the personification of why sometimes it’s better to stay in the shadows! Recently, Palm Beach Happening […]

Storytime for Grownups: Hurricane Aftermath

Storytime for Grownups: Hurricane Aftermath

As we drive around the community, looking at piles of debris, downed power, cable, and phone lines, damage to roofs and more, we are reminded of the fact that part of the price of living in paradise is the occasional hurricane. In many ways, we were lucky. Just look at the damage in Puerto Rico […]

Tampa Theatre Announces ‘A Nightmare on Franklin Street’ 2017

Tampa Theatre Announces ‘A Nightmare on Franklin Street’ 2017

Tampa Theatre is as excited as Norman Bates at check-in time to announce the return of A Nightmare on Franklin Street for a freakish fifth year! Tampa’s most historic – and most haunted – movie palace is expanding its signature Halloween series to include ghost tours and special screenings throughout the month, plus 12 nights […]