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With 47 miles of beachfront, you can go snorkeling in the Palm Beaches year-round. Here are some of our favorite spots.

Phil Foster Park

Constructed as a part of Palm Beach County’s Environmental Resources Management’s Artificial Reef Program, Phil Foster Park was completed in August of 2013. The park is an 800-foot-long tract of artificial reef incorporates more than 600 tons of Anastasia rock boulders. Loosely strung together in easily accessible depths ranging from six to ten feet. Snorkelers will encounter a variety of species of fish, from colorful tropical-like angelfish and parrotfish to reef dwellers like snapper, grunts, and grouper. Lucky snorkelers may glimpse one or more of the six species of seahorses that have been observed in this

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The height of stone crab season just so happens to coincide with the holidays, so you know the two are going to pair well in South Florida around a time of year when everyone is looking to celebrate and indulge. Stone crabs scream celebrate, but they also scream I love living really, really close to the water. Walking into a restaurant or holiday party and seeing a platter of stone crabs or shrimp is a tradition everyone in South Florida can get excited about. Here are a few great places to get stone crab in Palm Beach this holiday season.

Leo’s Crab Shack

Leo’s Crab Shack is a carryout shop that’s perfect for those looking to add stone crab to their family’s holiday menu or for anyone looking to be the most popular person at the party: Let everyone

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The Palm Beach Zoo and Conservation Society at Dreher Park in West Palm Beach is a fun and interesting place for those who live in South Florida to visit, especially when it’s cool out during the Winter. The zoo houses more than 550 animals, many of them endangered, within 23-acres of lush tropical habitat.

While The Dreher Park Zoo (which was eventually to become “The Palm Beach Zoo and Conservation Society”) was technically founded in 1951, it didn’t come up on most people’s radars until at least 1964, when a locally famous animal known as Joey the kangaroo became a resident of the zoo. Joey was a pet that was infamous for escaping from his home and wandering around the city. Joey was featured in two issues of Life Magazine in October 1961 and April

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Every Thursday evening for live music in The Royal Poinciana Plaza courtyard with alternating programming by our community partners. You can also enjoy discount pricing on the following foods:

- Coyo Taco:  Set of 2 tacos + Guacamole + Chips + Fountain Drink (choice of Pollo al Carbon, Hongos, Al Pastor, or Cochinita Pibil) $12.99

- Sant Ambroeus: 10% off on to-go sips + nibbles from the cafe counter

- TooJay’s Gourmet Deli: 10% off

- Virginia Philip Wine, Spirits & Academy: $15 – $20 chilled bottles of Virginia’s favorites with to-go glassware (including a $19.50 bottle of Domaine Ott by OTT Rosé)

Where: The Royal Poinciana Plaza. 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach, FL 33480.

When: Every Thursday (through April 18) from 5pm to 7pm.

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Palm Beach County is a great place to live if you like to keep in shape. It has great gyms, year-round workout-weather, convenient healthy eating options, and lots of great places to do yoga. Here’s our guide to a few great places to do yoga in Palm Beach County.

Breathe Salt & Yoga

As the name suggests Breathe Salt & Yoga has a unique salt room. They describe it as where the ocean meets land. Breathing in salt helps accelerate mucus clearance and improves lung function while killing harmful bacteria caused by pollutants and stress while also soothing the respiratory system. The studio also offers hot yoga classes.

Native Yoga Center

Native Yoga Center is way more than a yoga studio. It's a Palm Beach destination where authentic yoga classes

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We love our dogs in South Florida – and South Florida, for that matter, is a great place to have a dog, its great year-round weather makes it the perfect environment. For those of you who live in Palm Beach, here are a few great parks to bring your dog.

Pooch Pines

This park, designed for off-leash recreation, is fenced and features several areas, including a wash station, shade, benches, and fountains.

Pooch Pines Dog Park Address: Eshleman Trail, West Palm Beach, FL 33413

Cinquez Park

Cinquez Park is located immediately north of the intersection on Indiantown Road and Center Street at 2183 West Indiantown Road in Jupiter, Florida. In 2008. Cinquez is a new park, the construction of which was finished just this year. It’s Jupiter’s first

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It’s back, and it’s better than ever! Runners entering the FITTEAM Palm Beaches Marathon will experience a brand-new route this year, racing down Flager Drive and along gorgeous waterside views. This premier winter weekend event begins with the Bill Bone 5K race on the night of Nov. 30. Running beneath the glow of holiday lights, racers start and finish under the watchful eye of the world-famous Sandi holiday tree. Enjoy a pre-race dinner at 5 p.m. on Dec. 1. Then sleep well, and return to catch the sunrise while participating in the marathon, half-marathon, 10K or relay race, all taking place on Dec. 2. Afterward, tuck into the “World’s Biggest Brunch,” with complimentary mimosas. The party runs all weekend long, with live music and brilliant fireworks

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Florida, especially South Florida, is known for its beaches. Here are a few of the best, most beautiful beaches in Florida.

Delray Beach

Delray Beach at Ocean and Atlantic avenues is a charming village by the sea. Each year, nearly 1 million visitors flock to this family-friendly, 2-mile-long beach ideal for sunbathing, swimming and sand-castle building. When the sun goes down, visitors take a stroll on festive Atlantic Avenue, enjoying the boutiques, seafood restaurants, cool architecture, and the Pineapple Grove Arts District. And if you’re looking for a worthwhile splurge, check into the Seagate Hotel and Spa on Atlantic Avenue, just a short trolley ride to the beach and the private Seagate Beach Club.

Palm Beach

It may have more than 47

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There’s a lot to do in South Florida during the Winter. Here are a few fun things to do during the Winter.

Palm Beach Symphony

Palm Beach Symphony kicks off its 45th season with Symphonic Tales at the Kravis Center, a spectacular selection of lively suites spanning the Romantic Age to the early 20th century. Conducted by the Symphony’s Artistic and Music Director and world-renowned maestro Ramón Tebar, this concert features works by Strauss, Kodaly, Ginastera, Wolf-Ferrari, Borodin and Tschaikovsky, with a special guest performance by The Master Chorale of South Florida performing the Polovetsian Dances from Borodin’s Prince Igor.

Hoffman's Chocolates Winter Wonderland

Hoffman's holiday displays include a lighted gazebo, cascading fountain, an

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Come test your wine knowledge with a fun brown brown bag tasting Wednesday, November 28th from 6-8PM benefiting Easterseals Florida! Hosted by Salute Market! Join Frances Sullivan from Augustan Imports, along with Michelle as you blindly sip through different, and then attempt to identify the wines! $75.00 per person with appetizers.  Proceeds will be donated to Easterseals Florida and Salute Market will donate 10% of wine case purchases back to Easter Seals! Limited seating for this event. Please call (561) 425-5651 for reservations!

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