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The Palm Beaches offer year-round opportunities for golfing as well as some of the best courses in the country. But just because the courses are great, it doesn’t mean your game will be. So here’s a guide for those of you in South Florida who want to improve your golf skills.

John Webster Golf Academy

The John Webster Golf Academy at the Breakers in Palm Beach has a world-class team, two championship courses and a golf curriculum that’s second to none. Devoted to excellence and driven by a deep, authentic love of the game, the Academy team offers private instruction, clinics, club fitting, junior programs and corporate outings personalized to fit any need.

David Leadbetter Golf Academy

The David Leadbetter Golf Academy in Palm Beach Gardens

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There is lots of convenient transportation in and around downtown West Palm Beach. Here’s our guide to getting around in CityPlace and on Clematis.

Molly’s Trolleys

Riding one of Molly’s Trolleys is a great way to explore downtown West Palm Beach without tons of walking between Clematis Street and CityPlace.

There are two routes you can take: the Yellow Line and the Green Line. Both routes are free of charge as well as handicap accessible. Grab the Yellow Line for travel between City Place and Clematis Street at the stop marker in front of Macy's on Rosemary Avenue- seven days a week starting at 11 AM and going until at least 9 PM. The Yellow Line stops on Clematis can be found in the center of each block from Rosemary Avenue to Flagler Drive,

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CityPlace is South Florida’s premiere outdoor mall. It is designed like an Italian Plaza and blends perfectly a shopping, dining, and nightlife district along Rosemary Ave. that connects to Clematis Street, a few blocks north linking other areas of the downtown West Palm Beach district.

The CityPlace Mall in Palm Beach is quickly becoming the place to be when it comes to shopping, entertainment, and food. You can get every drop of shopping done that you need, watch a movie, bowl your best game at Kings Bowling, and finish out your evening at this amazing restaurant. Here's a guide to a few of our favorite things to do in the CityPlace Mall.

AMC Theater

When it comes to movie theaters in Palm Beach County, you have plenty of options available to

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Check out The Manatee Lagoon this Thursday, December 13, in West Palm Beach where Manatee Masters will guide you on a walking tour of Manatee Lagoon’s exhibits and will provide insight on all things manatee as well as information about the area’s Lagoon ecosystem. The tour can last anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour.

Manatee Lagoon provides engaging opportunities to learn about the unique Florida manatee. The Lagoon’s exhibits offer insight into South Florida’s coastal ecosystem. On cold days, like the ones we’ve had recently, the Center is the ideal spot to view wild manatee herds basking in warm-water outflows from Florida Power & Light Company’s adjacent Riviera Beach Next Generation Clean Energy Center.

Admissions to the Manatee Lagoon are

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Everyone knows West Palm Beach is famous for its golfing, fishing, and shopping. But you may not know the area also has great museums, zoos, and restaurants. Here are a few of our favorite places in West Palm Beach.

Norton Museum

One of South Florida's largest museums, the Norton Museum of Art includes more than 7,000 works spanning across Europe, the Americas and China, plus plenty of contemporary art and photography. The museum is currently under renovation but still open to the public. On Thursday nights, check out “Art After Dark” when the museum stays open late and hosts gallery talks and special lectures, art workshops, live music, happy hour and more Admission is free.

John D. MacArthur State Park

Located at the north edge of Singer

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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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Tis the season to spread holiday cheer - and what better way to do that than by enjoying a few cocktails with hundreds of revelers dressed up in ugly holiday sweaters!

This year's Ugly Holiday Sweater Crawl is expanding and will take place in both downtown West Palm Beach at CityPlace (Dec. 8th), and in Jupiter at Harbourside Place (Dec. 15th).

Grab that ugly holiday sweater grandma knitted you, or throw on a Santa Suit or elf costume, and join us as we bar-hop among all of the great bars and restaurants of both CityPlace & Harbourside Place.

Each crawl is its own separate event and requires its own ticket, however, the crawls will work the same in both locations...Your favorite bars & restaurants in CityPlace & Harbourside Place will be offering

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A premier park located just west of West Palm Beach. Okeeheelee Park is a beautiful place for relaxing adventures with kayak rentals and outdoor activities.

The original site for the park was purchased in 1973, and at the time only about 10% (90 acres) of the area was in its natural state. It encompasses two lakes; with access for boating, fishing, water skiing, and radio-controlled boating, the park also has tennis courts, a playground, and a dog park called “Pooch Pines.”

At the north end of the park, situated on the original 90 acres of original natural habitat, is the Okeeheelee Nature Center consists of more than 2 miles of trails, which travel through the Pine Flatwoods habitat. The trail includes interpretive signs, trailside benches, and an

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The Clematis By Night Concert series continues this Thursday with Bobby McClendon who, along with his band “the Dirt Road Cartel,” are the total package — great vocals, a unique look and a touch of charisma and charm result in a world-class, energetic live show. For the past ten years, Bobby has toured the country, honing his craft on stages large and small, developing one of the most dynamic live shows in any genre of music.

There is always a great lineup for West Palm Beach Clematis By Night every year. There are bands that have played multiples times and new performers too. Performing bands come from all over the State. Clematis by Night at the Centennial Square is a must-do event in West Palm Beach.

Clematis Street features some of the city’s

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The Chabad of West Palm Beach is presenting its annual “Chanukah Family Festival” this Wednesday, December 5. Admissions are free and the event begins at 4:30.

The City of West Palm Beach is happy to celebrate its Jewish residents at the beginning of Hanukkah which stated on December 2 and lasts until December 10.

Hanukkah (aka Chanukah or Ḥanukah) is a Jewish holiday commemorating the rededication of the Second Temple in Jerusalem at the time of the Maccabean Revolt against the Seleucid Empire. Hanukkah is observed for eight nights and days. The festival is observed by lighting the candles of a candelabrum with nine branches, called a Hanukkah menorah. Other Hanukkah festivities include playing dreidel and eating oil-based foods such as latkes and

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