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The 2018 FIFA World Cup starts today and 32 teams will compete in Russia to become the winner of the most widely viewed sporting event in the world. Though the U.S. Men's Soccer Team won't be playing in the World Cup this year after of their loss to Trinidad, true futbol fans can still cheer for their favorite international teams at one of the following watch parties around Palm Beach:

 Biergarten in Boca Raton

This German beer garden has high hopes for Germany so they're serving 1 Liter boot specials with $10 refills throughout the sporting event. Plus they have daily specials for each match like today when Russia vs. Saudi Arabia, you can try their $6 Baltika #6 Porter. For the highly anticipated Germany-Mexico match on the 17th at 11 a.m.,

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Recently, news media outlets like Forbes and 24/7 Wall Street have published articles galore about the incredible growth of South Florida, particularly Palm Beach County. The area is booming with business development and many are choosing to relocate for the low tax rates and sunny beaches.

Florida's low estate, corporate and capital gains taxes provide a business-friendly atmosphere that is rewarding to employees. More than 70 financial services with firms in the Northeast including SkyBridge and Universa Investments have moved to South Florida for the benefits. By moving to Palm Beach County from New York, for example, someone making $1 million a year could save $100,000 in city and state taxes alone, according to the Business Development Board.

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Throughout the summer season, Sailfish Splash Waterpark in Stuart hosts unique movie nights where you can chill on an innertube and watch a flick on the big screen.

For just $10.95 a person on Splash + Movie Nights, you get unlimited access to the waterpark from 5:45-7:45 p.m. plus a movie afterward. The best part is you can float around under the evening sky while watching the projected film. You can also purchase dinner and snacks from the concession stand.

This fun family event is happening next on June 29th featuring the new Peter Rabbit movie. 

Tickets to these events sell out fast so it's a good idea to buy in advance. Check the Sailfish Splash website throughout the summer to see if there's a movie playing you'd like to see. All movies

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The Hobe Sound Murals Project was started in 2009 by professional local artist Nadia Utto and her "paint the town" initiative. 

You can currently find about 20 murals around the small beach town created by Nadia and 40 other artists along with the help of 100 residents and visitors. 

The purpose of the project is to "beautify specific locations, enhance civic pride, encourage positive networking and plant seeds for future cultural accomplishments."

The murals will send you on a treasure hunt, as each painting has a hidden aspect somewhere on the wall. You have to go to the Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce to pick up a Mural Project Tour Map which will tell you what to look for.

The map lists nearly 30 locations including planned mural sites

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The Seminole Wars, also known as the Florida Wars, were a series of three battles between the Seminole Indians and the U.S. military from 1816-1858. They were the longest, most expensive Indian wars in U.S. history both monetarily and in human lives lost. 

They began in the early 18th century when General Andrew Jackson led excursions on the north and west sides of Florida, forcing the Seminoles and other tribes to move to one large preservation in the center of the state. The government began building forts and trading posts in native territories enforcing the movement of the Indians by treaty. Their resistance began the first Seminole War in 1816.

In 1830 the Indian Removal Act sparked the second war as it required all natives to move to

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Father's Day is right around the corner and it's time to start thinking about where to take dad. With hundreds of restaurant options in Palm Beach County, it can be a little hard to decide on the right one. Let us help with our list of 10 favorite spots that are all offering sweet deals for our awesome dads this Sunday. Check these out:

The Beauty & The Beeeef

This fun, quirky new restaurant wants your father to say the secret password "Han Solo" on Sunday for 50% off lunch or dinner. This spot is truly all about the beef with their gourmet burgers like the "Epic burger"- a quadruple beef patty, cream brie, smoked bacon, melted peanut butter, porto mushroom sauce, and crowned with a fried KatKat on a brioche bun. 

10300 W. Forest Hill Blvd.,

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This upcoming Sunday is Father’s Day and the Royal Palm Beach Commons in Royal Palm Beach is hosting a 5K run and Family Fun run to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The money raised will be donated to help with research and to help find a cure to end blood cancers.

The event is a family affair and has something for everyone to participate. This year the run enters in its 6th year and has moved from Wellington to Royal Palm Beach to accommodate more people for the runs. The Royal Palm Beach Commons has over 163 acres filled with great running trails ad paths, a large dog park, children’s playgrounds, picnic pavilions, golf, a 19-acre lake and much more.

Finishing medals will be rewarded to those who participate in the day’s activities,

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Trivia Nights are becoming an increasingly popular activity for friend groups who are looking for something to do. Many restaurants in the area now host trivia games at some point during the week. The top five rated Trivia Nights on Yelp in Palm Beach County just so happen to be on a different night of the week, so you can take a shot at winning some cool prizes whenever you feel like going out. Here's where you can exercise your brain and have a good time around town:

Mondays: Beer Trade Co. in Delray Beach

Every week at 7 p.m. get your brain on beer and win some free drafts.

145 NE 4th Ave., Delray Beach, FL 33483

Tuesdays: Dubliner Irish Pub in Boca

Starts at 8 p.m. There's also live music and entertainment til 2 a.m.

435 Plaza

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Every Tuesday and Thursday from 6:30-8:30 p.m., the Shaka pontoon boat heads down the Jupiter Inlet to party while the sun sets.

PonTiki in Jupiter rents out three super cool tiki boats for parties and events; the Charlie (holds 6) equipped with a waterslide, bar and rooftop for sunning; the Big Bamboo (holds 6) also complete with a waterslide, bar and a chipping green; and the Shaka (holds 40) a floating event venue with a bar, couches, a full bathroom and floating party pads.

The Shaka Cruise on Tuesdays and Thursdays is a public 21+ event including live music, sight-seeing and lots of fun. Take your special someone on a cool date or hang with friends at this unique night out. The cost $50 a person which includes beer and wine and you can

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Dancing with the Martin Stars is a charity event that benefits the Healthy Start Coalition in Martin County. The event will feature eight participants dancing onstage to raise money on September 22nd at the Lyric Theatre in Stuart.

The finalist will be partnered with professional dancers who will teach them the techniques and dance styles. The dance styles will include the Tango and ballroom dancing such as the Mambo, Samba, Charleston and the Cha-Cha.

Last year, the event raised over $143,000 dollars and the event plans to raise more than last year. The mission of the Healthy Start Coalition of Martin County is to ensure that every baby born in Martin County is born healthy. Some of the programs offered include Healthy Start Risk Screening, Nutrition,

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