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Yes, that’s correct. The sailfish capital of the world, no, not the state, not the nation, the WORLD, is right here in our local community. A beautiful, seaside town in Martin County just north of Palm Beach County, Stuart is the fishing destination for millions around the world. 

According to an article in Harbour Ridge and Florida Sportsman Magazine, “Stuart, Florida sits right in the middle of Sailfish Alley on the Treasure Coast which encompasses Port St. Lucie, Palm City, Jensen Beach, Stuart, and Jupiter, Florida. The Sailfish is the most sought after sport-fish in the world and although prime time is the colder winter months, off the coast of Stuart, they are caught year round. Sailfish stack up along the Treasure Coast and start moving again

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Busch Wildlife Sanctuary

The Busch Wildlife Sanctuary is an incredible safe haven for the wild animals of south Florida. Here you will find bald eagles, Florida panthers, red foxes, turtles, snakes, bobcats, owls and so much more. These stunning animals make their way to Busch if they have become injured or misplaced among a suburban area. The staff at Busch Wildlife prides themselves on taking great care of these creatures with a goal to get them back into their natural habitat. What makes its fun for kids and adults alike is the unique experience of being up close and personal with them.  Everyday there is a different activity-taking place at Busch Wildlife, from hikes, to scavenger hunts, kayak tours and bird watching. http://www.buschwildlife.org 

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BrickTop’s is Palm Beach Garden’s newest and most popular waterfront restaurant in town. The famous building was home to the beloved River House for over 30 years and surely left some large shoes to fill for the new restaurant. BrickTop’s, open since February, has filled those shoes and then some. 

Bustling day and night, BrickTop’s is accessible by car or boat. Overlooking the beautiful Intracoastal Waterway and studded with palms you can sit inside or outside on the covered mezzanine. With a contemporary coastal design the bar offers incredible cocktails with endless views of the water. So, not only is the ambiance enough to entice you to visit, but the menu is even more impressive. 

BrickTop’s has made its name in several other locations, with

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Life in South Florida is really the best; it offers its resident’s pristine beaches, blue waters, championship golf, lux shops, critically acclaimed restaurants and so much more. However, those of us who live here also know the hustle and bustle of business, earning the living to afford the home here and just the overall stress of life can still affect people in even the most beautiful of places. So, when its time for relaxation you need a place to regroup and to recharge your batteries. These hidden gems in our area are tranquil getaways right in the middle of it all. 

The Morikami Museum and Botanical Gardens

Transport yourself to another country the moment you step foot onto the grounds of The Morikami Museum and Botanical Gardens in Delray

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Whether you’re a long time resident or transplant of Palm Beach County, there is a rich history and interesting stories that many of us might not have known about our charming home county. Palm Beach’s history is full of fun factoids. Check some of these out to see what you know.  

1. A Rail of a Tale

The entire stretch of Florida’s East Coast Railway ran from Key West to Palm Beach opened access to travel and shipping throughout the entire state. Originally called Flagler’s Folly, this stretch of railroad is what earned Henry Flagler his title of the “inventor of modern day Florida.” 

 2. Humble Beginnings

1909 is the year that marked Palm Beach as the 47th county in Florida. Today, our beautiful county is home to 1.3 million residents spread amongst

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Held each year, during the summer months at one of the most prestigious golf courses in the nation, PGA National, are the PGA Junior Golf Camps. South Florida and Palm Beach County in particular are known nationally and internationally as one of the best golfing destinations in the world. The area’s array of championship courses, elite golf clubs and world class, golf champions who are local residents are just a few of the reasons why. 

PGA National is home to the celebrated Honda Classic Tournament and many more renowned tournaments. Its nationally acclaimed facilities make it a golf destination for avid golfers from around the globe to visit. Locally, it is home to some of the most prestigious courses and one of the best country clubs. 

The PGA

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A jumbled, jam-packed closet will stress you out every time you get dressed.  It’s important to constantly manage your closet so that you only keep the things you love.  Instead of having a ton of things you don’t like or won’t wear.  Having less in your closet means having more, because when you only have good-quality pieces that you know how to put together you will always have something to wear. Decluttering can be daunting.

If you are trying to sell your house, an organized closet, not one overstuffed with junk, is important. If you have a home in Jupiter may be time to bring out caftans and beach cover-ups and store the wintry weather clothing days.  Although if you live in Palm Beach County you know we only get a handful of sweater days

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Summer 2017 is quickly approaching, and for those of us who have kids and grandkids its important to keep them entertained when school is out for summer! An all-in-one place for the kids in your life to have fun, exercise and refine their sporting talents are the Summer Sport Camps offered by the Town of Jupiter’s Recreation Division.

There are 9 different sport camps offered all summer long at the Jupiter Tequesta Athletic Association (JTAA) and Jupiter High. The sports include, Baseball, Basketball (beginner and skilled levels), Cheerleading, Football, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Volleyball and Wrestling. There are multiple weeks available for each program and each program accepts kids from the age of 4 up to 15 years. The kids will be

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Although, for most of us who live or visit Jupiter we would rather be on the golf course, on the water or out on the beach to soak up the warm Florida weather, it is not always perfectly sunny here. During the summer we have clear blue skies and crystal clear waters but we also have our summer showers.

So, what do you do when it’s rainy and grey? The movies are a popular destination for families, couples or just a group of friends to beat the rain. Do it in style and with the upmost in luxury at Cinepolis Jupiter.

At Cinepolis your theater experience will be changed forever. The oversized, leather recliners lay completely flat for the ultimate in comfort. There are small reading lights at each seat so you can see the full menu of delicious dinners,

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The Rustic Inn Seafood Crabhouse restaurant on the Jupiter Inlet closed last Saturday night, May 20, 2017. Rustic Inn opened in January, 2015, in the previous location of the Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. on the Jupiter Inlet just south of U.S. 1, next door to Jetty’s restaurant.

Charles Modica, local Jupiter developer, bought the four-acre restaurant property last November for $8.3 million. The other two parcels owned by Modica, all are on the Jupiter Inlet. The other two projects are known as Love Street and Suni Sands.

Love Street: The town has approved a plan for retail/offices, restaurants, a boardwalk for the four-acre parcel overlooking the Jupiter Inlet. The Love Street project has been scaled back in size because of residents’ complaints about

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