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Editor’s Note: Embarking on 2018 with lyrical hopes

It’s a new dawn

It’s a new day

It’s a new life

For me

And I’m feeling good

I’m feeling good





The often-recorded song Feeling Good is in my iTunes mix as 2018 begins.

Nina Simone’s 1965 version charted decades later when heard in a Volvo commercial, and Michael Bublé’s 2005 cover has been used…

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Health & Harmony: Harbour’s Edge residents find inner peace through meditation

ABOVE: Harbour’s Edge residents practice satsang, a form of meditation that focuses on breathing. From left are Ellie Landesman, Shirley Krug, Ann Carballo and Laurel Herman. BELOW: Instructor Tom Notarianni says one goal is to…

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On the Water: Boats left at anchor creating problems ashore

ABOVE: Part of a trimaran sailboat broke loose during Hurricane Irma and wedged under floating docks at Gateway Marina. The incident caused $90,000 in damage to the docks. Photo provided by Gateway Marina…

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Secret Garden: Designers merge indoor, outdoor spaces with creative use of natives

ABOVE: Silver saw palmetto and a single thatch palm define the sidewalk area in front of the Lake Worth studio of Debra Yates and her son Benjamin Burle. BELOW: Staghorn ferns and a large mirror adorn the back patio. Photos by Jerry…

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Paws Up for Pets: Tended cat communities succeed in reducing stray euthanasia

The Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League provides food and works with volunteers to keep community cat colonies fed and healthy all over the county. Arden Moore/The Coastal Star

By Arden Moore

Hidden in the lush…

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Finding Faith: Palm Beach Quakers looking for new Friends

By Janis Fontaine

How often do you stop to listen?

And even if you do, how often do you encounter silence?

If you don’t, how will you ever hear the “still small voice” of God?

Silent worship is one of the hallmarks of the Quakers’ beliefs, and the Palm Beach Quakers invite you to learn about this topic and more during a “Meeting for Learning” each Sunday this month.

The Palm Beach Religious Society of Friends, as the local Quakers are known, will…

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