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There are ways to expedite the sale of your Palm Beach County home, without sacrificing profit.  Real estate markets vary drastically depending on where you live.  If you are considering selling your home, it may be a good time. However, before you call the Realtor and put the “for sale” sign  in the yard follow consider the following 5 tips to help you sell as quickly as possible and for the best price: Click here for more ideqs.

 1. Spruce up your curb appeal. Prospective buyer’s critic a home before entering it.  Remember what Mom always said about first impressions. Plant fresh flowers, spruce up the lawn, put out a welcome mat. Get them in the front door.

 2.  Depersonalize.  Few things deter buyers more than a cluttered home. They need to

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Arts Garage, 94 NE 2nd Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33444, is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization.  It is a renowned multi-media arts venue situated in downtown Delray Beach. Delray is known as a cultural hub for the arts.  Arts Garage proudly presents Grammy award-winning musicians, upcoming artists and musicians, as well as arts education and outreach programs.  Browse through the spacious visual art gallery, which displays emerging local talent. 

Arts Garage has something for everyone!  In the past year, they have hosted Parisian musicians, a Haitian orchestra, an Argentinian folk singer, and other worldwide artists. This year they will be highlighting internationally celebrated performers that have had an

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Jupiter residents have been noticing the latest, state-of-the-art food truck around.  Guanabanas Island Restaurant and Bar is now on four wheels.  Cruising around the northern end of Palm Beach County, the Guanabanas mobile kitchen is offered for festivals and events in Palm Beach County. 

In the United States, the Texas chuck wagon is a pioneer to the modern day food truck. In 1866, a Texas cattle rancher tailored a sturdy old United States Army wagon with interior shelves and drawers.  It was stocked with kitchenware, medical supplies, water, dried beans, coffee, cornmeal, bacon, salted pork, beef, and other easy foods, which were easy to preserve.

A food truck is a large truck equipped to

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Mounts Botanical Gardens of Palm Beach County, 531 North Military Trail, West Palm Beach, FL 33415 is the oldest and largest civic botanical garden in the Palm Beaches. The beginning of the Garden traces back to the University of Florida’s Cooperative Extension Service, “providing free and low-cost agricultural education to the broad local community”.

The Garden exhibitions assess materials that are environmentally suitable for home, commercial, and public landscapes while providing opportunities for people of all ages to learn the art, science, and joy of gardening. The Garden is full of orchids. Orchids are known for their ease of care and beauty, Phalaenopsis orchids throughout the seasons; add exactly the right touch of style to any decor or

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While the weather is warm and summer is in full swing, try one of these waterfront restaurants with excellent food and endless views of the Atlantic Ocean or the Intracoastal Waterways of Southern Florida for an incredible experience. The number of local eateries on the water in Palm Beach County are plentiful, so here is a short and sweet list of some places you may not have been to that are consistently good! 

Prime Catch
700 E. Woolbright Road, Boynton Beach
561-737-8822 

For a waterfront meal watching the boats go by, Prime Catch offers guests fine dining, a polished atmosphere and great service. Specializing in local and super fresh seafood prepared simply but skillfully, Prime Catch boasts dishes like local grouper, corn meal dusted oysters,

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The arts and culture scene in Palm Beach County is as sophisticated as any one might find in a large metropolitan area. This area offers museums, theater, opera and other performing arts. Families with children will find local a science museum and planetarium, zoo, sporting events, parks and playgrounds and more providing tons of family fun. Grown-ups have their own playground to enjoy with numerous golf courses, tennis, boating and spectacular natural beauty to discover.

The Cultural Council of the Palm Beaches is a body art advocacy suggesting things to do in any of the 39 cities and towns like Palm Beach and Jupiter. In Addition to the 47 miles of beaches in Palm Beach County, appreciate the cultural scene hitting high notes at the Kravis

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The history of the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens is a romantic one.  A wealthy industrialist, Ralph Norton, and head of the Acme Steel Company in Chicago, retired in 1939. He and his wife had acquired quite an art collection over the years.  They decided to move to West Palm Beach, Florida.

Upon moving to South Florida, the Norton’s decided to share their art collection with the community. The Norton Gallery and School of Art was built on their property. The location of gallery and school was linked to the early pioneers. Today that location is known as Pioneer Park, named for the early Lake Worth pioneers that gathered there on occasion.

Mr. Norton contracted to re-design their home and later had a special building designed to house the

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Peanut Island is a favorited destination for boaters.  It provides lots of fun with fishing, snorkeling, and camping opportunities within the beautiful clean waters that surround the it.  Take a casual stroll on the paved pathways which wrap around the Island as well  as the guarded and unguarded beaches for a day of fun in the sun. 
The island was created in 1918 as a result of material excavated during the Inlet construction. Its name comes from a peanut oil production plant which its primary function was to serve as a shipping terminal.  It wasn't a success. In 1946, the government abandoned the plant retaining the name of the island. They then turned it into a "spoil site for the inlet maintenance and shipping channel".  With  a
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Have you ever wondered why we celebrate the Fourth of July or how the Fourth of July holiday came about? Many folks think we celebrate the Fourth of July because it is the day we received our Independence from England but it was signed by Congress on July 2, 1777. Fireworks have been a part of the Fourth of July since the very first anniversary of the Declaration of Independence.  The custom of fireworks on the Fourth spread fairly slowly. They spread through New England and New York in the decades after the Revolution. But the firing of cannon and muskets and parades were much more common. In addition, fireworks at the time were very expensive, tricky to manage safely, and not nearly as impressive as the fireworks displays now.

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Hurricane Café, 14050 U.S. Highway 1, Juno Beach.  Hurricane Café restaurant offers a diverse and ever-changing menu selection using only the freshest ingredients paired with outstanding wines by the glass. Try the home-style American cooking, served morning to night in a cozy diner setting with island décor.  Zagat Rated 'Excellent' 2004 ~ 2013, Voted 'Best Breakfast 2010' Palm Beaches & Treasure Coast and 'Best Lunch Spot 2006'.

Juno Beach Cafe, 13967 US Highway 1, Juno Beach.  This restaurant is a longtime favorite in Juno Beach, serving breakfast and lunch. Try to grab a table outdoors but be ready for "first available." Breakfast at Juno Beach Café is a family-owned business open for breakfast and lunch located at the corner of US Highway 1

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