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  • Soprano stars in 'Bernstein on Broadway'

    Jewish soprano Lindsey Johr stars in the musical revue "Bernstein On Broadway," a selection of songs from composer Leonard Bernstein's Broadway shows, running from July 10-27 at Plaza Theatre in Manalapan. The 24-year-old Johr will showcase her vocal...
  • Adults join students for March of Living

    The March of the Living has been traditionally considered an educational trip for high school students. Every year, students from all over the world travel to Poland to take the March — a 3-kilometer walk from the Auschwitz concentration camp to...
  • AmeriCorps VISTA volunteers to aid survivors

    Thanks to a historic partnership between the Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA), the Corporation for National & Community Service and the Association of Jewish Family and Children's Agencies, AmeriCorps VISTA members will be placed in Jewish...
  • School board, judge candidates talk key issues

    The Coalition of Boynton West Residential Associations recently had a Meet the Candidates Forum June 26 at Jamaica Bay for school board and circuit judge candidates. In attendance were District 3 candidates Karen Brill, John Hartman and David Mech and...
  • Green market pops up on Glades Road

    Vendors at a pop-up green market on Glades and Boca Rio roads are hoping the visibility will make locals stop by for fresh produce, baked goods and other green market staples. The location seemed to work on a recent Saturday morning. The white tents on...
  • State group takes over PB teachers union

    State group takes over PB teachers union
    The turmoil that has rocked Palm Beach County's teachers union in the last few weeks has left it without a president at the helm and forced the state organization to take control. The term for the president of the Classroom Teachers Association...
  • Pump prices likely to dip this week

    Gas prices Gas prices in South Florida are expected to keep declining this week, as concerns recede over supply disruptions in Iraq. But prices spikes could occur later this hurricane-season, should a storm in the Gulf of Mexico affect oil refineries...
  • Scripps Research Institute eyes pact with USC

    Scripps Research Institute eyes pact with USC
    The Scripps Research Institute is considering a partnership with the University of Southern California, but Scripps' president says the arrangement wouldn't jeopardize the Jupiter campus. "Any agreement with USC would maintain Scripps's unique...
  • South Florida Jewish community mourns teens killed in Israel

    South Florida Jewish community mourns teens killed in Israel
    The South Florida Jewish community held several Bring Back Our Boys rallies and prayed for the safe return of three Israeli teenagers who were kidnapped as they hitchhiked home from school. Now, the community is coming together to mourn them. The...
  • Boynton Beach improving customer service

    The doors are open a little longer at a few more Boynton Beach municipal buildings. For five years, residents who came to City Hall on a Friday usually found a lock on the door, because of the city's Monday through Thursday schedule. But starting on...
  • Delray officials offer counter to city manager's proposed resignation

    Delray officials offer counter to city manager's proposed resignation
    Suspended Delray Beach City Manager Louie Chapman Jr.'s nearly $70,000 proposal to resign wasn't a good enough offer for commissioners. Late Tuesday, commissioners voted against settling their employment dispute with Chapman in light of an...
  • Republican optimistic about governor's chances

    Republican optimistic about governor's chances
    Leslie Dougher, the new chairwoman of the Florida Republican party, exudes the optimism that's endemic to her job as a real estate agent. And there's no subject that puts her in selling mode more than Gov. Rick Scott. Even in overwhelmingly Democratic...