NOTE: Not all summer camp schedules have been set and some are tentative due to COVID. Please check thecoastalstar.com for additional information as it becomes available. Also, refer to listed websites for missing information such as pricing. If your
ABOVE: Doug O’Neal and Chris Deen hold a 30-pound bull dolphinfish, or mahi mahi, that Deen caught using a live goggle-eye near a large sargassum mat off Palm Beach in July 2019. Mahi mahi fishing tends to be good during July and August in the waters
Due to the current uncertainty regarding the coronavirus pandemic, all schedules and information are subject to change. Some organizations may add camps, some may cancel camps and some may change schedules, pricing and other important details. Altho
By Joyce Reingold
Fans twirl on the sidelines and from ceilings, supporting the work of A-list air conditioners tha
Sea turtle tracks are on the beach and TV weather maps already show suspicious-looking bright blobs in the Atlantic. The steady hum of air conditioners is all around and even the finest restaurants are offering enticing dining deals. It must be summe
ABOVE: Capt. Carl Torresson of the Slob City fishing team holds aloft the 47.2-pound kingfish that won biggest fish honors and $14,200 in the Boynton Beach event. Angler Chris Bradshaw of Kings Park, N.Y. (second from left) caught the big kingfish
By Willie Howard
If you’re a boat owner living in southern Palm Beach County, you understand that boating is a year-round pursuit.
But the longer, warmer, calmer days of spring and summer lead many boaters to more hours on the water as they fish, di
Slimming down for summer. Those of us who grew up in northern climates are quite familiar with the annual spring diet to prepare for swimsuit season. Of course, in Florida every season is swimsuit season. So here there’s no escaping the inevitable sq
Now that Easter has passed, winter visitors are beginning their journeys back to northern homes. As they prepare to leave, other visitors are getting ready to come. These visitors are just off shore and in an amorous mood. Soon, sea turtles will be c
By Janis Fontaine
In just a few weeks, another summer vacation comes to a close for nearly 200,000 kids in Palm Beach County. Before school begins, take advantage of one of the events planned to make the transition easier.
Make a short drive up A1A next month to cash in on specials offered at 14 Palm Beach restaurants during September’s Flavor Palm Beach. The restaurants will serve three-course lunch menus starting at $20 and/or three-course dinner menus from $30.
and crowds thinned,
reservations are a piece of cake at some of our
favorite restaurants. To sw
Note: Events are current as of 5/27. Please check with organizers for any changes.
June 4-July 2
6/6-10 - Fun 5 Camp at Boynton Beach Art Center, 125 SE 2nd Ave. Field trips, arts & crafts, games, more. Ages 5-12. 7:30 am-5:30 pm. $140/resident; $140/n
Summer’s here, and that’s when the South Floridians play.
Or at least don’t have to wait at the grocery or the gas station.
That’s right — restaurants.
The seasonal residents have gone North, and you can easily get reservations at
The transport carriers are loaded and gone, there’s room to spread a blanket at the beach, and the sea turtles have returned. Ahh … must be summer.
Of course it’s not really all that quiet: A “culture of cronyism” is being investigated in Delray Beac
By Jane Smith
For the first time in more than 19 years, Delray Beach will offer a summer GreenMarket. The question is where.
Market Manager Lori Nolan proposed the Block 60 parking lot on Northwest First Avenue, just east of the Tennis Center
By Jan Norris
The dress codes for fine dining restaurants relax in summer — and so do the prices.
Several dining specials are offered at restaurants throughout the area to make eating out more pleasant despite the humidity. It’s the perfect chance t
By Thom Smith
So much for slow summers. But then full timers know that South Florida is not just a great place to visit, it’
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