Mario Batali had logged a busy day, giving a cooking demonstration for Publix Apron’s Cooking School at The Morikami. The Food Network favorite was hungry, and he wanted someone else to do the cooking. He also wanted a place where he co
Lantana Town Council members have said it before and they’ll say it again: Don’t ask to drive construction equipment over our $1.5 million seawall.
Palm Beach sought permission to send a bulldozer, a front-end loader and two dump truc
Deck 84 is finally a reality, and Burt Rapoport’s new restaurant on the Intracoastal in Delray Beach appears to be a hit. After a soft opening in mid-November, the veteran restaurateur held two opening parties Nov. 18 and 19 and went pub
By Mary Thurwachter
If you’ve just returned to the barrier island after a summer away, a short jaunt to Palm Beach’s most fashionable shopping district promises to be well “Worth” the drive.
While you were gone, Worth Avenue was undergoing a $15
By Thom Smith
Colonel Sanders was the chicken king, but Michelle Bernstein may be the new queen, andif enough of her subjects seek an audience, it could be good news for the troubled Omphoy Resort just north of the Lake Worth bridge.
By Thom Smith
Heads turned. Hands waved. Horns honked.
Motorists and pedestrians from Sebastian to Boca Raton had no trouble recognizing thefamiliar cyclist during the first week of June. Steve Weagle was at it again, biking north to south to rai
We appreciate restaurants with scrumptious food, good service and a pleasing ambience. But if a dining spot comes with an ocean view, we’re really cooking! Fortunately for us, our islands are blessed with several such gems, where
Reproductions of Laura Woodward’s work can be seen at the Boynton Beach City Library, 208 S. Seacrest Blvd., through April. A similar exhibit at the Delray Beach Historical Society, 3 NE First St., runs through May. By Ron Hayes In the 1890s, that
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