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Weather Wednesday

Weather Wednesday

Hurricane Michael has made landfall near Mexico Beach, FL as a powerful category 4 hurricane with 155mph winds. A category 4 hurricane has never made landfall in the Panhandle, the last storm to make landfall in the Panhandle was Hurricane Hermine back in 2016, as a category 1 storm. Locally we’ve been feeling some of […]

Local Voters Invited to RALLY FOR AMENDMENT 4 in Downtown WPB

Local Voters Invited to RALLY FOR AMENDMENT 4 in Downtown WPB

On the day before early voting starts, they are all in it together. ThePalm Beach Chapter of ACLU Florida, the League of Women Voters of Palm Beach County, the Palm Beach Section of the National Council of Jewish Women Florida, and Palm Beach County NOW are inviting local voters to a major public event in downtown West Palm Beach just […]

Hanley Foundation Announces New Locations for Project C4OPE Opioid Overdose Support

Hanley Foundation Announces New Locations for Project C4OPE Opioid Overdose Support

Hanley Foundation, a statewide leader in substance use disorder prevention, education and advocacy for access to quality treatment, has announced several new locations and an updated schedule for its ongoing Project C4OPE (Connect for Overdose Prevention and Education): A Forum Series for Families in the Opioid Crisis. Hanley Foundation’s free-of-charge Project C4OPE forums – funded […]

Home Organization Expert Marty Basher Gives Advice For De-Cluttering Your Garage

Home Organization Expert Marty Basher Gives Advice For De-Cluttering Your Garage

Do you have any advice for prepping your garage for Fall and Winter? Cleaning the garage is a perfect first step to setting up for an easier and more convenient Fall and Winter. You’ll enjoy having everything from Summer out of the way and everything you need for the cold weather seasons organized, easy-to-access and […]

SOLD OUT: Lantern Festival at Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens

SOLD OUT: Lantern Festival at Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens

On Saturday, October 20, the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens will host its most popular annual event, Lantern Festival: In the Spirit of Obon.   Inspired by Obon, Japan’s traditional holiday honoring ancestors who return for a brief visit to the living, the festival will include an evening of traditional Japanese folk-dancing, taiko drumming, Ennichi street fair, arts and crafts, fireworks show, and […]

Celebrate National Dessert Day at TooJay’s With  Slices of Cake at Half Price

Celebrate National Dessert Day at TooJay’s With Slices of Cake at Half Price

To celebrate National Dessert Day on Sunday, October 14, TooJay’s is offering guests slices of cake from its famous bakery at half price with any purchase. Choose your favorite from the following TooJay’s gourmet specialty cake slices: Banana Dream, Carrot Cake, Cheesecake, Coconut Cake, Chocolate Layer Cake, Killer Cake and the seasonal and limited time Pumpkin […]