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 Boating and fishing are some activities Florida residents get to enjoy year round. Deep Sea Fishing is a sport filled with adrenaline; the age-old battle of man vs. sea creature. Whether you're brand new or are a pro angler, there's no doubt you'll experience the anticipation for a monster bite. Once the fish is hooked is when all the fun begins. Florida has some massive fish that aren't easy to take on, especially the Atlantic Blue Marlin, which can weight more than 2,000 pounds. Reeling in the catch of the day could end up being the challenge of a lifetime, but there's no feeling like finally seeing what you pull up from beneath the waves. In Florida, you're bound to catch something worth being proud of. More world-record breaking fish are caught

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Aaron's Table & Wine Bar located at 1153 Town Center Dr. Jupiter, FL 33458 is a new American fare restaurant and wine bar. The seasonal menu features daily specials prepared by the restaurant’s Chef de Cuisine, Marc Cela, which includes farm-fresh smaller plates, bar bites, entrees and delectable desserts.

Aaron Fuller, former executive chef at Mar-A-Lago Club, brings his commonsensical slant to food to Downtown Abacoa.  In a casual, farmhouse chic setting with chef-inspired dishes and unique wines. Fuller uses only the best ingredients and prepares them with love, creating seasonal menus of dishes you would find in his kitchen at home.

Fuller states, “This restaurant was born from a desire to provide good food and good times in a comfortable,

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Wear a comfy pair of pants to accommodate samples from all of the 20 trucks that gather in one the gourmet food truck invasions in the Palm Beach County area. Thursday,  at the Wellington Amphitheater sample at least five trucks, and enjoy exceptional and intricate dishes served up.  Don’t miss their fantastic food.  

Each Thursday, at the Wellington Amphitheatre, sample delightful food choices.  The trucks vary, by steady vendors remain at the Wellington Amphitheater.

After a brief courtship, two former employees of some of South Florida’s most well respected hotels and restaurants, decided to sidestep their professions and forge a new future together. They spent their wedding account money instead of the nuptials, but to purchase a food truck

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Have you ever been up close and personal with a long legged pink bird?  If not, the opportunity exists at the Palm Beach Zoo.  The impressive Palm Beach Zoo and Conservation Society,1301 Summit Blvd, West Palm Beach, FL 33405 has made the opportunity to feed flamingos a reality!

Each afternoon the 'Flamingo Experience' at the Palm Beach Zoo offers clientele an intimate encounter for just $35 a person.  A maximum of eight guests are escorted into a sequestered feeding area where the Chilean Flamingos come out to meet their fans. Touching the elegant birds is not encouraged, but the flamingos can touch you with their nares. Obviously, they don't have hands so they check out the everything with their mouths.

The flamingo snack/meal is on the menu

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Jupiter Island mansion sold for a drastically reduced price after nearly four years on the market.  International icon, Céline Dion, has finally found the perfect buyer for her multimillion-dollar home.  After trying to sell her Florida estate for $72.5 million for years it will now finally close for $38.5 million.

Dion and her husband, René Angélil, built the stunning oceanfront mansion in 2010.  Sadly, Angélil, died of cancer last year.

A Canadian real estate broker helped sell the property, along with a real estate broker in Florida. The identify the new owner has not been disclosed but said the American buyer wanted the property as a vacation home. The $38.5 million transaction finalized last week.

For more information on other homes

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When I grew up, Saturday entailed us mowing and weeding.  Not quite my American dream, or that of my brothers as young teens, but we had a lush green lawn and it was every suburbanites dream. To some, a lawn is the crowning glory of their South Florida home. Yet to others it is a tremendous hit on their checkbook.

Everyone loves the appearance of an impeccable lawn.  Don’t you enjoy the smell of fresh cut grass and the feel of it under bare feet.  The cost to maintain it, mowing, edger’s, mowers, aerators, chemicals and fertilizers.  This is the bare minimum to achieve a beautiful lawn or hiring a lawn service.

Lawn service can be a tremendous hit on the checkbook. Studies show that well maintained landscaping can add 15% to the value of a home. 

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The Israel Days Photo Exhibit will be on display at the Palm Beach Outlet in West Palm Beach from April 30th – May 7th. The grand opening will be held on Tuesday, May 2nd at 6 p.m. where you can view the photos and enjoy wine and cheese.
The exhibit is a powerful photo journey showing the discoveries of Israel that have influenced the world, making the country a scientific and technological powerhouse.
The 47 photos highlight contributions in agriculture, medicine, robotics, computerization, and space, to name a few. For example, Israelis invented the USB, have made major advancements in robotic surgery, and have done extensive research to help understand Parkinson’s disease.
This is the first time the photos will be on showcased in the U.S. They are

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Every Tuesday, at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach is a new program for seniors in the area, called “Science for Seniors.” Science for Seniors is an incredible lecture series discussing health and science. What makes this program so impressive is its leader, Dr. Brown of Harvard University and Tufts University of Medicine. Dr. Brown has some incredible knowledge and experience to share and some great tools to help get the participants involved in the lecutres. 

The Science for Seniors lecture lasts one hour and is free of charge. But make sure to reserve your seat because the lectures can fill up quickly. For more information please visit the Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s website www.marinelife.org or email Hannah Campbell at

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The newest picture-perfect restaurant in Palm Beach Gardens is BrickTop’s, a spot with a classic American menu, selection of sushi rolls, wine, and a splendid view of the Intracoastal. The dining room is bright with natural light, shining through enormous windows accented by white wood-lined ceilings and white furniture. The frameless glass windows are perfect to look out over the clear blue waterway. There is also outdoor seating and a waterside tiki bar that is already very popular.


BrickTop’s is based out of Nashville and has eight other locations nationwide. The newest site in Palm Beach Gardens is in a prime location, where River House used to be, right across from Seasons 52. It opened earlier this month and serves lunch, brunch, and

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The Norton Museum of Art is one of the most celebrated art museums in south Florida. It has become known for its incredible art collection but even more so for its fun events for the community. One of Norton Museum’s most popular events is “Art After Dark.”

“Art After Dark” has earned a good reputation from its diverse collection of art ranging from paint to film, sculpture to fine dining and the list goes on. The event is where “culture and entertainment meet” many have said and its certainly one event you will want to experience. Guests of the program will take a journey into different forms of art. At one “Art After Dark” event you may be studying music, the next can be dance, and other times it will be about fine art, historical masterpieces or

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