Boca Raton Museum of Art Executive Director Irvin Lippman announced two major philanthropic milestones at this year’s event. The first was n
The outdoor venue’s first gala in 10 years was a star-gazing success as nearly 200 guests strolled the exquisite grounds amid live music and taiko drumming. The al fresco evening co
Live music, food and beverages, a silent auction and a ‘Too Cool for School’ theme are on tap to benefit programs at the Boynton Beach museum. Time is 6 p.m. Cost is $110. Call 561-742-6780 o
By Deborah S. Hartz-Seeley
Por La Mar Park in Boca Raton is known for its large gnarly and sprawling southern buttonwood tree. In 1992
The Boca Raton Historical Society & Museum’s 23rd annual presentation honored four individuals and one institution for positively affecting the lives
By Jane Smith
Playtime hasn’t stopped even as work continues on building Boynton Beach’s new Town Square.
The Schoolhouse Children’s Museum & Learning
By Janis Fontaine
They’re back! There are more of them. And they look hungry!
Twenty animatronic dinosaurs have returned to the Sou
By Rich Pollack
When most people glance at the Boca Raton Resort and Cl
By Sallie James
It’s “game on” once more in the on-again, off-again legal wrangling surrounding a proposal to build an Orthodox synagogue and Israel museum east of the Intracoastal Waterway.
Local activists Gerald Gagliardi and Kathleen MacDoug
By Shelley Gilken
The first piece of art children typically focus on at the Boca Museum of Art is in the lobby. Towering over all, teetering toward the ceiling, is a statue of 13 oversized teacups and five saucers — with a teakettle on top.
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