Articles Posted by Lyssa Goldberg
Articles Posted by Lyssa Goldberg
Whether you’re looking to decompress with a relaxing spa treatment, reset with a new nutrition plan, or jump-start a fitness regimen, a stay at one of these 15 resorts is sure to get the job done with the best wellness offerings in South Florida.
by Lyssa Goldberg Mar 31, 2017 05:27 PM
Loggerhead Marinelife Center is about to see a new wave of progress. By 2020, the world-class sea turtle rehabilitation center in Juno Beach will feature a rehabilitation yard more than double its current size—only one new component of an expanded $14 million facility.
by Lyssa Goldberg Feb 22, 2017 12:43 PM
Spring is in the air, and so is spring baseball. The Miami Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals will kick off spring training games at Roger Dean Stadium with their first game on Saturday, Feb. 25.
by Lyssa Goldberg Feb 21, 2017 04:33 PM
A particular pink food truck will be rolling up to the shops of Downtown at the Gardens, but it won't be one of the local staples. The Hello Kitty Cafe Truck, which roves the nation selling sweet treats with depictions of favorite Sanrio characters, will make a one-day appearance in Palm Beach Gardens on Saturday, Feb. 25.
by Lyssa Goldberg Feb 13, 2017 03:24 PM
There's a new coffee shop in town for an afternoon pick-me-up, where the perks include more than a good cup of joe. At Perk Coffee House in Tequesta, which opened in mid-January, owner Megan Woodard is bringing a Southern California vibe to her new home in South Florida, with a focus on nutritional eats and alternative health drinks.
by Lyssa Goldberg Jan 23, 2017 03:13 PM
A tornado touched down in northern Palm Beach County overnight leading into the early hours of Monday morning. Initial reports say the tornado—identified as a high-end EF0, with winds of 80 to 85 mph—affected the Palm Beach-Juno Beach areas, according to the National Weather Service office for Miami-South Florida. A survey team is still investigating.
by Lyssa Goldberg Jan 13, 2017 04:57 PM
Jupiter divers could soon have access to a sunken Navy submarine as a new underwater dive site. Palm Beach County has approved $1 million toward sinking a historic Cold War submarine that would become an artificial reef off the coast of Jupiter.
by Lyssa Goldberg Dec 29, 2016 06:03 PM
Gain a look at rare works by the Surrealist known for his melting clocks when a unique traveling collection comes to Palm Beach Gardens in January. "Salvador Dali & Pierre Argillet: Thirty Years of Collaboration," an extensive exhibition of Salvador Dali's works collected over the years, will be on view at Onessimo Fine Art in PGA Commons through Jan. 31.
by Lyssa Goldberg Dec 15, 2016 05:44 PM
Now you can take a holiday tour of North Palm Beach's most decked-out waterfront homes—by paddleboard. Singer Island-based High Point Paddle Adventures is leading a Christmas Light Paddle tour launching from Anchorage Park on Saturday, Dec. 17.
by Lyssa Goldberg Nov 18, 2016 05:22 PM
As everyone looks forward to bellies full of turkey and a long Thanksgiving break from work, let's not forget we also have the greatest shopping holiday of the year to be excited about. No, not Black Friday—skipping out on family time to wait in line for a shopping battle royale has become super overrated and played out. We're talking about Cyber Monday, which falls on Nov. 28.