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The Sunset Social Farmers Market will be taking place every Thursday evening this month at City Place in West Palm Beach and include musical performances. This Thursday, enjoy music presentations from local Palm Beach County students. 

This is more than your average market. The Sunset Social is a gathering of the finest foods, arts, plants, and more. Vendors include fresh produce straight off the farm, imported cheeses, French bread and pastries, raw local honeys, oils, fresh seafood, gardening and plants, Moroccan-made baskets, all natural dog treats, and more.

Next week's entertainment will be the Palm Beach Symphony and the last Thursday in December will be DJ Gabo & Nico. 

The Sunset Social takes place from 5:30 p.m. - 9 p.m. 700 S.

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Enjoy breakfast with Santa this Saturday at BRIO Tuscan Grille at City Place in West Palm Beach. A plated breakfast will be served from 9 - 11 a.m. and there will be fun holiday festivities going on. Santa will be stopping by each table to collect wish lists and spread holiday cheer. 

Breakfast options include French Toast served with maple syrup and fresh fruit or scrambled eggs served with bacon and fresh fruit. All meals include choice of coffee, tea, soft drink, milk or juice, muffins and yogurt parfait.

Reservations are required so make sure you get a seat at this event soon. Call 561-820-0074. Costs are $12.95 for adults and $6.95 for children. 

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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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The waterfront, artisanal farmers market that takes place on Saturdays in West Palm Beach is a beloved event that brings people from all over the area together. This weekend, on December 9th is a special version of the Green Market for “Sandi Paws.” 

“Sandi Paws” at the West Palm Beach Green Market is a special day dedicated to several of the largest local rescues around Palm Beach County and the animals they have up for adoption. Some of the local rescues include: Big Dog Ranch Rescue, Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League and more. During a time of such great holiday spirit, this is the perfect event to bring out your family and friends for a fun day of delicious food, fresh produce, artisanal products and furry friends. “Adopt a furry friend on site at

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Beginning tomorrow, December 8th, is the second Biennial “Artists of Art Salon” Exhibition at Montgomery Hall Gallery at the Armory Art Center. The exhibit will feature an incredible array contemporary works of art. Artists of different mediums and styles from all over Southern Florida will have their works on display. 

The “Artists of Art Salon” Exhibition has been known to display the best and most “influential” artists from Palm Beach to Miami.  This year, there will be 24 artists from our area displaying their contemporary pieces. Only the best and freshest ideas and trends of contemporary art are displayed during this exhibit. 

The Second Biennial “Artists of Art Salon” Dates and Times:

December 8, 2017 - January 6, 2018

Opening Reception:

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                                                                          Image Courtsey of Ugly Hoilday Sweater Crawl

It’s the holiday season and downtown West Palm Beach is putting together the third annual Ugly Holiday Sweater Crawl.

For the past two years, hundreds of adults gathered together dressed in ugly holiday sweaters and other festive holiday gear to head out for a night of bar-hopping and fun to celebrate the wonderful holiday season with friends and neighbors.

The event is taking place Saturday, December 16th at the bars and restaurants of CityPlace and downtown. Your favorite bars and restaurants will be offering food and drink

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On the second Friday of every month, the City of West Palm Beach shows free movies on the waterfront! In downtown West Palm at the the Waterfront Commons, the city turns the huge lawn area into an outdoor movie theater under the stars. They project free family-friendly movies and offer a special memory-making experience. 

This month, there will be a double feature on Friday, December 8th, airing "Frozen" and "The Grinch." The first movie starts at 6 p.m. Bring a blanket or chair and get cozy on the soft lawn under the evening sky. Concessions are on site including popcorn, snacks, and beverages. 

Mark this family or date night event on the calendar and get in the Christmas spirit!

100 Clematis St., West Palm Beach, FL 33401. For more

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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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Get ready for this year's winter beer fest taking place this Saturday, December 2nd, at the South Florida Fair Grounds in West Palm Beach. Check out a curation of 40 breweries both local and from around the country. Some Florida favorites like Saltwater Brewery, Twisted Trunk, Islamorada, and Funky Buddha will be there along with out-of-state breweries like Kona Brewing Co. from Hawaii, Left Hand from Colorado, and Founders from Michigan. 

V.I.P. tickets are $100 and include early entrance (noon-1 p.m.), line skips, and 2 food vouchers to participating food trucks. General Admission is $55 and gets you a custom beer sampling cup with unlimited sampling throughout the event from 1 p.m.- 4:30 p.m. There will be a silent disco as well as live music on

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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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