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The second phase of the Clematis Streetscape project launched last week, Monday, May 7th. The second phase of the project will redesign the 200 and 100 blocks of Clematis Street in West Palm Beach. The project is estimated to cost 7.25 million and will prioritizes outdoor dining space and pedestrian areas over cars.

The new redesign will look similar to the 300 block of Clematis Street which was completed last year with curb-less sidewalks, pavers instead of pavement, wider sidewalks, and fewer parking spaces to leave room for outdoor dining space.

The second phase is expected to be completed by the end of the year and the project will be paid with the money from the Community Redevelopment Agency bonds. The construction began at 9 am on Monday, May

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This weekend there is an outdoor movie and a music event going on in Palm Beach County. Bring your chairs, blankets, popcorn, snacks and friends to enjoy some of the latest movies and music playing under the stars.

This Friday, the Waterfront Commons in downtown West Palm Beach is hosting their free Screen on the Green event starting at 7 pm. The movie playing will be “Mary Poppins Returns”, the latest hit starring Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda. Decades after Mary Poppins original visit to the Banks Family, the magical nanny returns to help the now grown Jane and Michael Banks and Michael's three children during the Depression era in London. Through her magical skills and friends, she helps the family realize and rediscover the happiness missing

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Palm Beach County is seeing the new sugar rush trend of piled high milk shakes and ice cream sundaes filled with cotton candy, cakes, candy, crepes, and every ice cream topping that you can think of.

Here are three new dessert spots for you to try out.

West Palm Beach:
The Sugar Milk Dessert Bar opens this Saturday, April 27th in the Grandview Public Market in West Palm Beach. The new dessert bar is scheduled to open at 11 am. The new food hall stand will feature everything from Taiwanese style bubble tea, Hong Kong style bubble waffled filled with soft serve ice cream and fruit, chocolate sauce and toppings. The menu will also feature a colorful drink called the Milky Unicorn which is made from blends of Thai butterfly pea milk and fruit flavored pink

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New to 2019, the Palm Beach Zoo has announced their Big Cat 5K Race that is taking place on Saturday, May 4th. The Race and the proceeds support the Palm Beach Zoo’s partnership with the Wildlife Conservation Society to protect the animals in the wild.

The race is Saturday, May 4th at the Palm Beach Zoo in West Palm Beach. This run is a chip-timed run and your running bib will have an electronic chip that starts its timer once you pass the starting line. Walkers are allowed to join in on the fun and are asked to stay behind the runners at the starting line to allow for a runner pathway. Runners and walkers who registered before April 1st will have their names on their bibs.

The race begins at 7:30 am with check-in beginning at 5:30 am to 7 am in the

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The Coral Sky Amphitheatre at the South Florida Fair Grounds is an open-air music venue operated by Live Nation in West Palm Beach. The amphitheater is used for live music events and shows featuring some of the biggest musical stars and events.

The music venue is run and operated by Live Nation, the largest event promoter and operator in the world. The amphitheater seats roughly 20,000 people under the awning and on the lawn surrounding the stage.

This Spring and Summer some of the hottest concerts are coming to West Palm Beach.

Coral Sky Amphitheater Schedule:

Saturday, April 27th at 6 pm: Newsboys & Michael W. Smith: Surround and United Tour
Saturday, May 11th at 6 pm: Slayer
Thursday, May 23rd at 7:30 pm: Rascal Flatts: Summer Playlist Tour 2019

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The West Palm Beach Food Tours are happening now until Tuesday, April 30th. Those who participate in the food tours may have a chance to meet the chefs, taste the dishes that have been featured on the Food Network, learn how to open a coconut, hear entertaining stories about the area, view the colorful murals throughout downtown West Palm Beach and much more.

Last year, the organizers for the Food Tours expanded the tour to include more restaurants along the Dixie dining area and Cooking Classes. The best way to experience the downtown is through its food because the food tells the stories of the neighborhoods, culture and history.

The West Palm Beach Food Tour consists of 15 tasting from some of the best locally owned restaurants downtown. You’ll

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Next week, West Palm Beach’s waterfront will transform into the popular 4-day musical festival, Sunfest. Sunfest brings some of the biggest musical stars performing live to South Florida every spring. The Sunfest Music Festival starts next Thursday, May 2nd through Sunday, May 5th.

The first Sunfest was held in West Palm Beach in 1983 and has been an annual event ever since. Sunfest mixes musical styles and bands featuring a mix of different genres including pop, rock, rap, country, reggae, indie rock and more.

Earlier this year the musical lineup was announced for the 4-day festival and includes big names like One Republic, Earth, Wind and Fire, G-Easy, Keith Urban, Bebe Rexha, Diplo, and much more. More than 50 bands and acts will perform on three

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This Saturday is the last Green Market in downtown West Palm Beach until the fall. Since October, the waterfront of West Palm Beach hosted their weekly Green Market every Saturday for the past 24 years.

The Green Market has been the ideal place to gather fresh foods and local goods from more than 90 vendors and this Saturday, April 20th is the last Green Market until October 6th. The local vendors offer a variety of special foods, fresh local produce, plants, herbs, spices, gourmet foods, baked goods, home made crafts, artwork and much more.

The market runs from 9 am to 1 pm and since Saturday is the last one until October, the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability will be giving away free trees on a first come first serve basis. The free trees are

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No need to splurge on an expensive plane ticket to travel and experience some of the best ethnic cuisine. Food is the connector that brings everyone together. Luckily for us, Palm Beach County has many award-winning restaurants that bring some of the best international cuisines to the area.

Agora Kitchen is ranked the Number 1 restaurant in West Palm Beach according to TripAdvisior, the popular website that features that latest reviews on hotels and restaurants. Agora Kitchen opened in 2013 and is a Turkish restaurant brought to West Palm Beach by Semih Arif Ozdemir. The restaurant celebrates Ozdemir’s mother’s cooking and food that reminds him of home. The restaurant has a loyal following and the menu features warm hummus, grilled octopus, spinach

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The Lion King is coming the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts at the end of the month as part of the center’s “Kravis on Broadway” series.

Disney’s The Lion King is hitting the stage Wednesday, April 24th through Sunday, May 5th. The popular movie turned Broadway show has been played to more than 95 million people around the world and this is the first time the musical will be in West Palm Beach. The Lion King has won 6 Tony Awards including Best Musical during the show opened on Broadway in 1997. The Lion King is one of the longest running shows on Broadway.

The musical is based on the Disney classic and is about a young lion and his quest to win back the title of King of his kingdom from his uncle. The film and musical features musical hits from

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