Dec. 3: Attendees will kick off the holiday season at the Naoma Donnelley Haggin Boys & Girls Club’s social, featuring signature spirits, gourmet hors d’oeuvres and a silent auction to help t
Wanda Harrold, Lindy Harvey, Debbie Anderson, Lisa Mulhall, Mark Larkin and Susan Diener attend a reception at Boca Raton Regional Hospital’s Christine E. Lynn Women’s Health & Wellness Institute to announce the nominees. Photo provided
Nov. 8: Gues
The Rotary Club of Delray Beach announced the award winners for October: student Stevencia Estime and teacher Darren McManus. Stevencia is a17-year-old senior at Atlantic Community H
By Janis Fontaine
In a rhinestone-studded skater’s dress, hair smoothed into a tight ballerina bun, Emmi Merhi uses long arms and legs to carry her with a luminous grace acro
By Amy Woods
Delray Beach’s Old School Square will be the site of Picnic in the Park, an Oct. 20 fundraiser where businesses, clubs, families, friends and organizations can each throw a picnic on a 12-by-12-foot square.
Making its debut, Picnic in
The red carpet was rolled out for Rotary Club Downtown Boca Raton’s fashion-forward countdown to the fifth-annual Boca Rat
By Amy Woods
The Junior League of the Palm Beaches is recruiting middle school students from South County to sign up for the 2019-2020 Cotillion Academy.
The academy — one of the league’s oldest legacy programs as it enters its 62nd year— teaches dan
The third-annual benefit featured savory bites from a variety of area restaurants along with live entertainment. More than $75,000 was raised fo
St. Joseph’s Episcopal School had its 61st-annual auction — the institution’s signature fundraiser — to benefit the Jaguar Fund. The Jaguar Fund is used to provide scholarships and financial aid to eligible students; it also is used to make improveme
More than 100 golfers participated in a dynamic day on the course to support Sacred Heart School’s scholarship fund. The 10th-annual charity event raised $154,000. ‘The weather was amazing, and the greens, as usual, were impeccable,’ Principal Candac
By Brian Biggane
The combination of changing demog
including a 2-foot-wide kinetic sculpture metal butterfly.
Photos by Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star
By Deborah S. Hartz-Seeley
The next time you are near the
Gold Coast Tiger Bay Club’s October meeting featured ‘Dirty Politics’ as its theme and presentations by Jamie Miller and Gregory Wilson, of the Tampa Bay Tiger Bay Club, on both Democratic and Republican viewpoints. ABOVE: (l-r) Joanne Epstein, Danie
By Tao Woolfe
A massive kapok tree dominates the walking path behind the Boca Raton Resort and Club. Its raised gray roots, covered with thorns, stretch toward the walkway like a dragon in the sun.
Longtime golfers and members of the club sa
Photo courtesy Marcela Viglianchino
By Cheryl Blackerby
In early morning, a gray fox peeked out of dense foliage by the Little Club golf course in Gulf Stream and trotted with its distinctive
Community Invited To Help Underwrite The Festivities Presented Annually By The LCPL. Justin J. Wilson Detachment 1045, Marine Corps League, and Navy F.M.F. Corpsmen of 4th
ANGLICO (Air/Naval Gunfire Liaison Company) of Palm Beach
Broken Sound Club, a P
Our private clubs: An occasional series
By Mary Thurwachter
Jet-setters flocked to Manalapan in 1952 when the La Coqu
By Jerry Lower
I have been a photographer and picture editor for most of my career and a teacher for a small part of it. I
By Steve Pike
David Bent wants you to know that croquet is more than just a backya
The vertical garden on the wall of Saks Fifth Avenue on Worth Avenue
in Palm Beach is a green form of public art. The garden is illuminated
by spotlights after dark. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star
By Deborah S. Hartz-Seeley
On a busy corner
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