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by Eric Barton Jan 2018 Also on Digital Edition

South Florida is doing something very Japanese, combining public and private-public transit, for the first time ever.

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by Paul Sisolak Jan 2018 Also on Digital Edition

If golf isn’t your game, try your aim at one of these sport shooting events that are trending more and more as fundraising alternatives to traditional golf tournaments. 

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by Amy Woods Jan 2018 Also on Digital Edition

Dad’s workplace is a thing of the past. Today’s companies are evolving rapidly as millennials dictate new working conditions brought about by social media, technology and the importance of personal time.

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Dec 2017

A look at our December photo shoot.

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by Kristen Desmond LeFevre Dec 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Since the 1950s, malls have been destinations—magnets attracting Americans in need of more than just the latest in ready-to-wear fashions. Malls have meant first jobs, blind dates, holiday photos and ear piercings; they’ve been America’s public squares for the last 60 years. And while it seems that in the face of online shopping there’s a general downturn in the retail sector, South Florida’s malls are reinventing themselves—not only to survive, but also to thrive.

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by Amy Woods Dec 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Revelers looking for what to do and where to go during the biggest nocturnal celebration of them all have a lot of options in Palm Beach County. These fêtes include everything from face painting, to fine dining, to fireworks, making the momentous move to 2018 a memorable one.

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by Heather Graulich Dec 2017

The ins and outs of collecting, storing and enjoying fine to rare wines.

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by Kristen Desmond LeFevre Nov 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Take a deep dive into South Florida’s artificial reef system that’s turning rigs and rubble into underwater jungles of corals that are the perfect playground for marine life and humans alike.

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by Kristen Desmond LeFevre Nov 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Life is “damn good” for the craft brewers serving up samples along the route of the Damn Good Beer Bus, Palm Beach County’s newest drinking diversion.

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by Amy Woods Nov 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Few aspire to own tens of thousands of square feet with beat-up buildings in an industrial area of West Palm Beach. But when an investor bought it, big ideas began to sprout from dilapidated buildings, leading to a promising project that will redefine the local retail, restaurant and recreational experience.

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