History/Culture

National Ghost Hunting Day to feature ghost investigation, paranormal lectures and ghost hunt in Yesteryear Village

National Ghost Hunting Day to feature ghost investigation, paranormal lectures and ghost hunt in Yesteryear Village

As part of National Ghost Hunting Day, ESP team members (Explorers of Spirit Phenomena) will be hosting a ghost investigation in Yesteryear Village and conducting a ghost hunt to see if they can pick up any paranormal activity on the premises. ESP’s mission is to bridge the gap between the living world and the spirit […]

#TastyThursday – Zucchini and Cheese Latkes

#TastyThursday – Zucchini and Cheese Latkes

Over the past two weeks, those who practice the Jewsih faith have celebrated the High Holy Days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. The New Year and Day of Atonement are not only significant in their religious tradition, but are celebrated by enjoying foods that remind people of the past. This week, Chef Zelicious honors […]

#TravelTuesday – Touring the Napali Coast with Holo Holo

#TravelTuesday – Touring the Napali Coast with Holo Holo

When you think of visiting Hawaii, your thoughts travel to several different things – Fantasy Island (“The plane, the plane!”) Jurassic Park (“Life finds a way!”) Pirates of the Caribbean (“Where has all the rum gone?”) Indiana Jones (“Snakes! I hate snakes!”) and of course, Gilligan’s Island! (“Just sit right back, and you’ll hear a […]

Tampa Theatre Announces ‘A Nightmare on Franklin Street Lineup for’ 2018

Tampa Theatre Announces ‘A Nightmare on Franklin Street Lineup for’ 2018

Tampa Theatre is as excited as Norman Bates at check-in time to announce the return of A Nightmare on Franklin Street for a shocking sixth year, Oct. 19-31. Tampa’s most historic – and most haunted – movie palace is pleased to announce an all-new line-up of classic horror films, creepy cult favorites and an expanded selection of “Mummy […]

Storm of ’28 Memorial Event 90th Anniversary

Storm of ’28 Memorial Event 90th Anniversary

On Saturday, September 15, the City of West Palm Beach Community Redevelopment Agency in partnership with the Storm of ’28 Memorial Park Coalition will host a 90th anniversary community memorial event to remember the victims who lost their lives to Florida’s infamous and tragic Hurricane of 1928. WPB Mayor Muoio along with City Commissioners and coalition […]

Get a taste of island life aboard Cruisin’ Tikis West Palm Beach

Get a taste of island life aboard Cruisin’ Tikis West Palm Beach

We live in a part of the world where others choose to spend their vacations; think about that for a minute. With our pristine beaches, numerous attractions, and semi-tropical climate, millions of people choose to visit the state of Florida to spend their time off. However, as we’ve shown in our staycation columns, the touristy […]