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Buccan is famous amongst Palm Beach and South Florida locals but recently it has gained recognition from one of the most popular reservation services, Open Table as one of the best in the nation. 

Open Table just published its “100 Best Restaurants in the Country 2017” list and it compiled the opinions and reviews of more than 12 million reviews submitted by Open Table users for over 26,000 restaurants in the United States. Buccan is on that list and deservingly so. Head Chef Clay Conley has become a celebrated artist of food across the southern part of Florida for his incredible small plates, stunning displays and multi-cultural dishes. Chef Conley has been called “masterful with his raw and seafood dishes” as well as a master of his handmade pastas,

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World renowned, British artist, Gordon Cheung has his newest exhibition on display at the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens in West Palm Beach. “Gordon Cheung: New Order Vanitas” is the artist’s most recent curation of inspired floral master pieces which in total he calls “Breaking Tulips.” 

Cheung drew his inspiration from some of the most prized art pieces in the world, 17th Century Dutch and Flemish paintings. Vanitas are still life paintings from the Dutch Golden Age. 

This body of work Cheung has created is called “New Order” which pays homage to “the financial crisis of 2008 and its precursor in western economic history, the “tulip mania” which wiped out many fortunes in 1637. Cheung graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2001 and he exhibits

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South Florida is full of fine resorts and hotels from Palm Beach to Miami but during the holiday season, there is one that rises above the rest, The Breakers Palm Beach. Each year, CNN composes a list of the "Top Ten Resorts That Go All-Out for Christmas."

According to the research done by CNN, the Breakers “carries its lavish traditions right through the holiday season.” The world-class resort lights up the grounds and gardens with over 160,000 lights. The Christmas Brunch that is offered is quite possibly one of the best across the globe. The brunch is served in the famous Circle at the Breakers. The Circle is a breathtaking, circular, ballroom with soaring ceilings, detailed columns and chandeliers to leave you speechless. The Circle is the perfect

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Image Courtsey of SoulCycle 

SoulCycle, the popular spin cycle fitness class is setting up a pop-up store in Palm Beach this December. The pop-up shop will last just a short time, starting from December 15th through January 1st.

SoulCycle, is a New York based company started 11 years ago, as a way to help people get in shape without spending too much time working out. The company has now spread into 9 states and in major cities such as Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Washington D.C., and Boston.

SoulCycle is known for their stationary bike class, led by a motivational leader playing loud energy pumping music throughout the room while getting a good workout in.

This December the pop-up shop will be located in Royal Poinciana Plaza in Palm Beach for

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In October 2017, Americans purchased homes at the fastest pace in a decade- a 6.2% monthly increase nationally, and a 16% monthly increase in Palm Beach County, according to the Florida Realtors Association.

Why are people buying?

One contributing factor could be the result of the national interest rate on 30-year fixed mortgages continuing to drop. Last week mortgage rates dropped from 3.95% to 3.92% in comparison to 4.03% in 2016 (National Association of Realtors). Historically, lower mortgage rates have helped drive home sales and those looking to refinance the market.

A healthy job market and low national unemployment rate of 4.1% could also be driving people to purchase homes. Palm Beach County currently has a strong economy with areas

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Tonight, after years of preparation and work, a ribbon cutting ceremony will be held to reopen the renovated Palm Beach plaza. The event takes place in the east courtyard of the plaza at 5 pm.

‘The Royal’ is located on the intracoastal waterways, just over the Flagler Memorial Bridge in Palm Beach. Many of the tenants and locals are hoping that the new revamped plaza will become the anchor for Royal Poinciana Way and the north entrance to the island.

Royal Poinciana Plaza was built in the 1950’s, and today stands a landmarked property in the heart of Palm Beach. The 180,000 square feet property offers retail and office space, gardens, and courtyards.

Along with the revamp comes a mix of 30 new international and local tenants in addition to the current

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Worth Avenue Association has announced that they will continue the tradition with historic Palm Beach walking tours.

The walking tours are led by Rick Rose, who is dressed to impress for every tour in his colorful suits and hats fit for the Palm Beach lifestyle.

The informative and fun tour occurs every Wednesday (non-holiday), starting this December 6th and will continue through April 2018. The tour last approximately one hour and fifteen minutes.

The walking tour covers all of the history of the famous Worth Avenue and the important influence the avenue has in the fashion world. In addition, the tour includes facts about the architectural designs and importance by Addison Mizner and his famous monkey friend, and the development of the popular social

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President Trump is returning to his home at the exquisite Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach for the holiday. He is expected to arrive today around 5:15 p.m. and stay until 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, November 26th. 

Residents can expect traffic changes in West Palm Beach and Palm Beach near the Lantana Airport at the times of his arrival and departure. The county closes State Road A1A in front of the Mar-a-Lago which means residents to the south on Billionaires Row have to detour through West Palm Beach if they want to go to restuarants or shopping at Worth Avenue. Marley Herring, President of the Worth Avenue Association said the changes took some getting used to after Trump's first few times visiting but now merchants and townspeople have gotten used to the

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Sandi, the world's only 600-ton sand tree, is returning to West Palm Beach! Sandi has become a magical tradition in the area, carrying a story every time she comes back into town, telling us about where she's been and what she's been doing the whole year. She sings, lights up, and tells stories every night. The 35-foot tree is currently being sculpted and will be finished and lit along with an unveiling on November 30th.

Sandi's return to Sandi Land will be celebrated at 6 p.m. with the Valerie Tyson Band, an exhilarating group notorious for getting the part started, performing today's hits, classic rock, R&B, and reggae. 7 p.m. will be the lighting of Sandi and she will tell her new story of the adventure she's had, this year's story entitled

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The "Insane Inflatable 5k" is coming to West Palm Beach tomorrow! This is the world's largest inflatable obstacle course. It is a super fun 5k (3.1 mi) run that challenges participants with 11 blow-up obstacles throughout the track. They aren't small obstacles either- it's just something you have to see- you can check out a video here. Runners are sent out in increments because surely the obstacles will surely be time-consuming for some! However it's not about having the fastest time, it's about having a good time! It is hilarious watching family and friends try to overcome these bouncy barriers. The fun doesn't stop at the finish line either. The midway and post-race celebrations include games, bounce houses, food trucks, and DJ's. The Insane

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