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
Friends of the Boca Raton Museum of Art kicked off the season of events with a viewing of the documentary ‘Art and Craft’ – a chronicle of the escapades of notorious art forger Mark Landis – and a discussion of French artwork with Chief Registrar Mar
Florida Atlantic University President John Kelly was the Gold Coast Tiger Bay Club’s special guest at the monthly meeting. Kelly discussed his background, changes implemented since his arrival on campus and plans for the future. Questions from the au
A moving and powerful documentary about temple member Michelle Brandfon’s family’s experience highlighted the monthly series. Titled ‘No Place on Earth,’ the film shares the story of Jews ages 2 to 78 who survived the Holocaust by going underground a
Dr. Story Musgrave, a NASA astronaut, spoke to students at St. Joseph’s Episcopal School’s Live Green Campaign to encourage real-world learning and problem solving. Musgrave shared his life’s journey and scientific achievements as an astronaut, medic
By Ron Hayes
Five hundred years ago, a Spanish explorer named Juan Ponce de Leon set sail from Puerto Rico, in search of new lands to conquer.
On April 2, 1513, he discovered what appeared to be an island, and named it Florida.
By Christine Davis
No muss. No fuss. Unlike many interior decorators, Suzanne Rheinstein prefers to keep decor pretty, comfortable and simple.
Sharing the development of her design style, she’ll be speaking at the Crest Theatre in Delray Beach
By Tim O’Meilia
South Florida whistled past the hurricane graveyard last summer and nary a stormhowled in return. Only three hurricanes formed last year and none sent anyone scurrying to Home Depot for plywood.
Don’t expect to sneak by aga
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