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Situated between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway, Singer Island spans four miles and offers single family homes and condos sitting directly on the sugar-sand beaches. The views are endless, inviting, and nothing short of extraordinary, a true sanctuary for the soul. Each Singer Island condominium community offers its own amenities, many times including private theaters, covered parking, concierge service, fitness center, and more.

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Professional sportfishing magazine InTheBite is hosting the first ever social, "Brews With The Crews" for members of the sportfishing community on Thursday, September 14th 5 – 7pm at Schooner’s in Jupiter.

All are welcome to drop in during happy hour for some cold drinks and fishing stories with the industry of crews, captains, owners, fisherman, writers, and photographers.

Schooners is a relaxed seafood restaurant located at 1001 N Hwy A1A in Jupiter, Florida.

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Are you a PalmMom? If so, there's a convention just for you!

On Saturday, September 15th, the Palm Beaches convention for moms, by moms, is here to provide professional advice and support to parents overwhelmed by everyday life. 

The PalmMom Convention will host family fun activities, and showcase local experts, entrepreneurs, and passionate educators to collaborate with parents. Parents are encouraged to bring the whole family for a great day of fun, learning, and community connection.

This day long event is happening on September 15th, 2018 from 9am - 1pm at Mandel Jewish Community Center in Palm Beach Gardens, and includes on-going 30 minute workshops from professionals in related parenting fields, children’s activities, product displays,

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So you’ve heard the locals talk about Peanut Island, and seen the pictures of how much fun they’re having, but you’re not sure how to get there? First off, the 80-acre tropical island is located directly inside Palm Beach Inlet. Second off, the only way to get there is by boat, which is probably why you haven’t stumbled upon it in your car. If you’re looking for some fun in the sun with family and friends, here are a few ways you can set a foot on this social little island.

If you have a boat, you have a few options. The boat docks on east and west sides of the island have free daily slips you can tie up to on a first-come first-serve basis. The other option is to follow the channel markers to the west side of the island and pull up on the beach.

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The 80-acre island called Peanut is a local treasure where many families have built life-long memories. If you know how to get there, you’re welcomed by the social boating community. Once you get there, there are quite a few things to do besides lay on the beach. Here’s your Peanut Island bucket list if catching rays just doesn’t do it for you.

Go snorkeling. The clear blue water surrounds a reef and large lagoon filled with an abundance of marine life. Inside the lagoon, the snorkeling area is protected with life guards and strong currents and wake is kept out by the break walls. Reef dwellers from parrotfish and angelfish to starfish are common, and the water is an average annual temperature of 78 degrees.

Camp out. There are 17 campsites on

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Pictured: Snook Caught by Michael O'Connor

The weekend we’ve all been waiting for is finally here: the first weekend of snook season! Oh yeah, and it also happens to be Labor Day weekend. Not only do you have three full days to take home your snook-a-day bag limit, but you also have the notion of the “hard workers holiday” to validate your much-needed R&R time.

The name of the game is snook this weekend, but make sure you know the regulations and have your permit, because FWC will surely be out in full force. While the mullet run hasn’t completely caught fire yet, catch and release snook fishing has been plentiful lately, with the Palm Beach Inlet, Juno Pier, Jupiter Inlet, and Loxahatchee River churning with keepers ready to be your catch of

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From Jupiter Inlet to Palm Beach Inlet, fishing in the northern Palm Beaches is world class. Whether you're heading offshore in a 41' Bahama or you're fishing the south jetty at Jupiter Inlet, here's a listing of tackle and bait shops that have at least a 4-star rating by locals.

Jupiter/Tequesta

                Fishing Headquarters

                633 FL A1A Alt, Jupiter

                 (561) 743-7335

                

                Grand Slam Tackle & Marine Center

                261 FL A1A Alt, Jupiter

                (561) 746-0526

               

               Jupiter Bait & Tackle

               141 Center St, Jupiter

               (561) 746-2116

 

                 West Marine

                285

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Every 43 seconds, someone in the U.S. dies from heart disease, stroke, or another cardiovascular disease. Every 43 seconds, someone misses out on the chance to spend another precious minute with the people they love. Every 43 seconds, a family mourns at the loss of a loved one who is now gone forever. The American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association are working diligently to decrease the chance of YOU losing someone you love.

In the United States, heart disease is the #1 cause of death, while stroke is the #4 cause. This includes both men and women, young and old, no matter your ethnicity. These are scary numbers, but I have great news! Not only is death from heart disease 80% preventable, but there’s a big way you can help

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Look no further for a French bistro on the waterfront in Jupiter.  Cafe des Artistes French Bakery and Bistro,  318 South U.S. Highway One, is home to a revered classic Parisian bistro.  Set on the harbor of Jupiter Yacht Club Marina with al fresco dining on the waterfront or interior seating is idyllic. The perfect setting for a romantic meal.

French chefs are masters at their craft.  They understand the romance of a decadent meal and the importance of ambiance.  French chefs are rigorously trained as well as demanding chefs. French food is rooted in tradition and the superiority of the cuisine is based on the geographic good fortune that makes French agriculture both varied and rich in flavor.

The French people  are extremely passionate when

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Get ready to spice up your exercise routine Palm Beach County style.  Try a new challenge known as stand up paddleboard yoga it will bring you to a whole new awareness of mind, body and spirit.  This area is a magnet for the health-conscious.  Consider floating on the paddleboard as a metaphor.  It can alleviate some of the heaviness that life sometimes throws on you.  If you can stand on one foot, you can do yoga on the water. There are many different styles of yoga.  According to the National Institute of Health, “Mixing it up also helps to reduce boredom and cuts your risk of injury.”

It’s understood that the platform of the stand-up paddleboard is unstable, you must engage your core to balance and go through the poses.  Add a whole new element

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Sheltered from the Jupiter sun by colorful paint and tin roof is a chow shack right out of an old Gidget movie.  Dune Dog, 775 North Alternate A1A,  just north of Indiantown Road, is an after boating or being at the beach spot. It’s perfect for cooling down and filling you up. It’s a tropical, beach-inspired snack shack café you are going to fall in “Love at First Bite” with the award-winning food.

Dune Dog has been a favorite of locals and visitors alike since 1994.  The crowd-pleasing menu options and laid back “happy island” atmosphere has catapulted the little fresh-air cafe to become a landmark destination, like the Historic Jupiter Lighthouse,  in the Town of Jupiter. This is the spot where you can wear your flip-flops and your bathing suit,

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