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  • Report: Rory McIlroy pays $2 million for Singer Island condo

    Report: Rory McIlroy pays $2 million for Singer Island condo
    Rory McIlroy, the world’s top-ranked golfer, paid $2 million cash for a condominium on Singer Island, according to the Gossipextra website. McIlroy, who already owns properties in nearby Palm Beach Gardens, picked up a 3,100-square-foot unit at...
  • Sub shop opens in Boynton Beach

    A Jersey Mike's Subs has opened for business in Boynton Beach. The restaurant is at 1780 N. Congress Ave. and serves wraps, cold and hot subs. The chain opened its first storefront in 1956 and now has more than 1,300 restaurants open and under...
  • Jacobson stars as Fanny Brice in tribute show

    Jewish singer Melissa Jacobson teams with singers John Lariviere and Jon Zimmerman in the cabaret show "You Made Me Love You," a tribute to singers Fanny Brice, Eddie Cantor and Al Jolson now through Sept. 14 at The Plaza Theatre in Manalapan. The show...
  • Jewish school celebrates official opening

    More than 100 people gathered on Friday for a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the official opening of the new home of the Arthur I. Meyer Jewish Academy located at 5225 Hood Road in Palm Beach Gardens. Situated for decades on the Jewish Federation...
  • Tunie's Natural Grocery opening in Fort Lauderdale

    Tunie's Natural Grocery opening in Fort Lauderdale
    A Tunie's Natural Grocery & Vitamin Market is opening in Fort Lauderdale next year, becoming the third store for the Coral Springs-based grocery chain. The shop is slated to open within the first three months of 2015 at 900 N. Federal Hwy., within Park...
  • Boca's Most Fascinating People: Carina Kazandjian

    Carina Kazandjian started singing at age 10. Five years later, she picked up a guitar and her life was never the same again. "I started playing guitar and writing music at 15," Kazandjian said. "I have several pop singles out now on iTunes." Now 20, the...
  • CAFCI awards scholarships to college-bound students

    Recently the Royal Palm Beach-based nonprofit Caribbean-Americans For Community Involvement had a ceremony in which they presented 22 awards to local students bound for college. This year's theme was The Future is Yours. The 21 graduating seniors who...
  • Laughs, fun times highlight Palm Beach County Media Day

    Laughs, fun times highlight Palm Beach County Media Day
    The last time Andrew Prince set foot onto the Palm Beach Central campus, it was the start of something special. Prince and his Palm Beach Gardens teammates' improbable run to the Class 8A state semifinals started with a 45-28 win over Central in the...
  • Behind the scenes: Palm Beach County Media Day

    To say Palm Beach County Media Day didn't have it's fun moments would be a bit of a lie. Around 50 or so football players showed up to Palm Beach Central to have their photo taken for Media Day. The players invited were named to the Sun Sentinel's Top...
  • Boynton artist selected for 63rd annual All Florida Exhibition

    Since relocating to Boynton Beach this year from Lexington, Ky., to begin her new position as assistant professor of art at Florida Atlantic University, Sharon Lee Hart has become fascinated by the sea. "Not as in fun in the sun," the photographer is...
  • Amateur golf event crowns a champion who survived near-fatal accident

    Eddie Kenny doesn't feel any stress or anxiety when he is on the fairways, especially since his experiences in golf are nothing close to what he went through in 1993. The 44-year-old from Lake Worth survived a near-fatal motorcycle accident that year...
  • Free lunches for first day of school

    Free lunches for first day of school
    So long, summer. It's been swell. It's time to go back to school. With children returning to South Florida public schools on Monday, this week will have its challenges. Here are a few deals that will help make the transition a little less painful...