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Two Palm Beach County cities have made the list of the “10 Best Places to Visit” done by Livability.com. Livability.com is a website that showcases some of the best cities to visit and live throughout the country. The website ranked more than 2,000 cities across the United States and both Boca Raton and Jupiter were ranked in the Top 10. Boca Raton and Jupiter were also the only two Florida cities to have made the list.

Jupiter is ranked number five and Boca Raton is ranked number seven. The website ranked the cities based on their relaxing and adventurous attractions in both cities.

The list highlights Jupiter’s culture, expansive nature preserves, beaches and parks, baseball stadium, iconic lighthouse, golf courses, and other tourist attractions.

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Throw on your favorite shade of green this weekend; there are lots of St. Paddy’s Day parties happening throughout Palm Beach County.

Jupiter: Abacoa's St. Patrick's Day Block Party

The Abacoa community is throwing a full-on, all-day block party on St. Paddy’s Day from 1-9 p.m. It'll be happening on Town Center Drive featuring beer pong, corn hole tournaments, a DJ, face painting, lots of food and drinks, arts and crafts, kids games and more.

1203 Town Center Dr., Jupiter. 

Palm Beach Gardens: Paddy Mac's St. Patrick's Day Festival

Paddy Mac's restaurant will be throwing a celebration on St. Paddy's at noon. There will be live music by Irish bands, competitions and prizes, and awesome food and drinks served by the fireplace and at

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Four authentic Mediterranean restaurants just opened up in Boca Raton and Delray Beach. If you're looking for a new spot to try, you have a few great options:


Olive Pit Athenian Grille

Olive Pit is a kosher spot using imported ingredients from Greece and serving only imported Greek wine and beer. The Olive Pit gets its name because the restaurant uses olive pit briquettes for grilling. Olive pit briquettes are popular in Greece and Europe because they produce smoke-free, chemical-free heat. Try Greek specialties, favorites, and desserts at this new 84-seat eatery located in the Shoppes at Village Pointe. 

6006 S.W. 18th St.; 561-409-2049.


Prezzo was recently re-opened by Boca Raton's "Big Three," award-winning chef Mark

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Bolay, an increasingly popular healthy food eatery, just opened a new location on Okeechobee Boulevard in West Palm Beach. 

The unique restaurant opened its first Palm Beach County location in Boca Raton's Polo Shoppes just over a year ago, and has already grown fast enough to open a new spot off I-95 in West Palm. 

The secret to their success, according to co-founder and president Chris Gannon, is both the food and the staff. 

The restaurant is centered around clean, nutritious eating, offering a selection of grains, vegetables, and meats for customizable bowls. You don't have to go with a salad; choose a base like rice or noodles, and add nutrient rich veggies and proteins like quinoa, roasted butternut squash, smoky cauliflower, chicken,

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Happening in Boca Raton mid March is one of the most beloved happenings for the art community in South Florida, the Boca Raton Contemporary Art Fair 3rd Edition. This well curated event will host some of the finest works in contemporary, modern and emerging art at the 65,000 square foot International Pavilion of the Palm Beaches on the Florida Atlantic University campus. 

The art fair is put on by David and Lee Ann Lester of Next Level Fairs and is to take place March 15 through the 18 of 2018. There will be an elegant opening gala on the eve of March 17 to showcase a preview of the fair and to benefit the Boca Raton Museum of Art and School. The gala will be hosted by some of the most educated and knowledgeable art collectors and connoisseurs in South

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Starting tomorrow, Pavilion Grille in Boca Raton will be hosting Ballroom & Latin Dance Night every Wednesday through March 28th.

Try something new and take this once-a-week "class" for the next month. Or just come one night and have a good time! There will be two hosts/instructors, Axel and Elyse, leading the dance for those who want to follow them. Come early for dinner at 6 p.m. then head to the dance floor at 8 p.m. Admission is $15 and includes a free house drink and light snacks and sweets. 

Plan a night out with your spouse or a friend and head over to the Pavilion Grille for a fun evening of eating, drinking, and dancing. If you like it, take advantage of the event going on for the next 6 weeks. 

For more information call

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The Florida Youth Orchestra is a nationally acclaimed orchestra of 400 members ages 6-19. These kids are incredibly talented and have performed in front of crowds of 70,000+ playing at events like the World Series and at the Dolphins Stadium. Many of the students go on to some of the country's most prestigious colleges, consistently receiving the most coveted scholarships, honors, and awards. Come see them perform a free concert this Sunday, February 18th at Mizner Park Amphitheater in Boca Raton.

The Youth Orchestra will be playing "Classics in the Park," featuring the Principal Orchestra and the Flute Choir. Show your support for these students celebrating the art of classical music. Bring a blanket or chair to sit on or you can rent one for

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Have some fun relaxing, socializing, and painting at Uptown Art: Boca's wood pallet painting event this Friday, February 8th at 6:30 p.m.

Learn how to paint the above beach scene from the night's instructor. Get hands-on direction, paint supplies, an apron, and everything else you'll need all included. Just bring yourself, your friends, and some wine. The studio is BYOB, so you can bring your favorite beverages and snacks to enjoy while you paint. Cups are provided but you can even bring your own stemwear and ice!

Wood pallet paintings are favorites because of the rustic look it gives to finished art. The pallet is 17"x21" and classes last 3-4 hours. 

For more information call 561-218-4557.

6018 sw 18th st., Boca Raton.

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Cheer for your team at one of the many spots in Palm Beach County celebrating Super Bowl LII with a watch party and specials. Check out these places below and see where you choose to watch the game this Sunday.

1. Grato

Grato is hosting an all-inclusive Super Bowl party with all-you-can-eat and drink specials. The buffet menu includes crab nachos, meatball spring rolls, sliders, buffalo chicken pizza, and Buccan’s hot dog panini. Drinks specials include Grato’s signature frozen Moscow Mule, endless draft beer, and endless wine on tap. On top of this menu, Grato will be roasting a pig at the outdoor BBQ pit also serving up baby back ribs and sausages served with housemade pickles, sauces, and breads. The event will be from 5:30- 10:30

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Come to the popular live music venue and bar, the Funky Biscuit, for a night of fun featuring the local band Twocan Blue.

Twocan Blue is the musical duo of Richie and Tess Schmidt. They're a hot couple known around south Florida for performing at clubs, concerts, parties and more. Locals love their sound and their style- playing a wide variety 50s, 60s, 70s, and country, blues, and originals. 

They'll be jamming at the Funky Biscuit tonight for happy hour from 5-7:45 p.m. Besides discounts on a nice wine and beer list, try one of thier specialty rock-themed drinks like Three Little Birds (Malibu, Melon Schnapps, and pineapple juice topped with 151), The Joker (Appleton Rum, orange juice, pineapple juice, and a Myers floater), and Wastin' Away in

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