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GolfBeer Brewing Company, a Lakeland based brewing company founded in 2014, has teamed up with professional golfers Freddie Jacobson, Graeme McDowell, and Keegan Bradley to start the initial line of GolfBeer.

The beers were created to meet each golfer’s preference and taste profile. Freddie Jacobson’s Scandinavian Style Blonde Ale is a beautiful blonde ale brewed with Crystal malt and a variety of European hops. (4.5 % alcohol by volume), G-Mac’s Celtic Style Pale Ale is a crisp, refreshing pale ale with a floral nose and a snappy finish. (5.0% alcohol by volume), and Keegan Bradley’s New England Style Lager is an easy drinking lager brewed with two-row barley and a variety of North American hops (4.5 % alcohol by volume).

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Plan an evening under the stars Saturday, March 7 from 7:00-9:00 pm for the Friends of MacArthur Beach State Park “Moonlight Concert Series”.  Doors open at 6:00pm.  No reservations are required to enjoy an evening of folk music with Bill and Kate Isles.

John D. MacArthur State Park, north end of Singer Island, was the only state beach park in Palm Beach County in 1989, now there are many more. The 438-acre state park is nestled between the azure blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the Lake Worth Lagoon.  The purpose of the park is to protect a very rare and beautiful piece of our coast.

John D. MacArthur Beach State Park has been nominated for the “Best Florida Beach” with 10-Best Readers’ Choice Award.  “The boardwalk at this state park takes…

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Photo: 2014 Sea Turtle Nesting Count

Sea turtle nesting season has legitimately taken place on March 1st and along South Florida’s coastline, locals have already stumbled upon several sea turtles sightings on the naturally pure beaches. “In the dark and out of sight is where South Florida’s sea turtle population literally comes to life.” Seasonal lighting regulations have taken into effect which entails waterfront residents and nearby businesses that are close to the Atlantic Ocean to faint lights in order to help prevent female turtles from being scared off and aborting the natural nesting process.

Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach, has been working very hard to educate and rehabilitate sea creatures all while tracking, researching and…

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There are plenty of great restaurants to be found in Juno Beach!

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Thirsty Turtle

Located in Juno Beach, Thirsty Turtle is a popular local restaurant featuring mouthwatering wings and fresh fish. Large televisions are available to view the latest sporting games, and there are also billiards tables and gaming machines. A wide selection of Craft Beers is also available. The atmosphere is light and fun, with friendly service and generous portion sizes. Happy hour is from 2-7 every day, and during these special hours, wings are only 75 cents each, an amazing deal! Stop by for live music on Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday nights.

Hurricane Café

Opened in 2001, Hurricane Café was voted Best Breakfast in 2010, Best Lunch Spot in 2006, and “Excellent” by…

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Experience one of the undisputedly greatest musicals of all time right here in cozy Jupiter, Les Miserables. No need to travel to Broadway to see the Tony Award winning Les Miserables, you can enjoy all of its astonishing sounds and sights with ease.  

Based on Victor Hugo’s classic novel, Les Miserables, this awe-inspiring play captures the survival of human spirit. Discover a tale of a nation and its people’s struggle during the French Revolution. The story is based on an escaped convict, Jean Valjean, and his decade long run from the police. This blockbuster drama depicts a story of “compassion and destruction.” This brilliant rendition of Les Miserables includes the classic songs “I Dreamed a Dream,” “On My Own,” “Stars,” “Bring Him Home,” “Do You…

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Boca Raton Arts at Mizner Park

 

A nonprofit association will show off its 8th year for the Festival of the Arts BOCA on March 6-15, 2015. Well-thought-out by criticizers to be “an important and impressive addition to the artistic landscape” held in Boca Raton, Florida. The festival will tune up the most supreme classical music, dance, jazz, film and authors, all to support an extraordinary list of international artists.

The Festival of the Arts BOCA will be reveling on the unique quality of life in Boca Raton and Palm Beach County as well as the venue, Mizner Park, which was handpicked as one of the ten best urban places in the United States according to the American Planning Association. The venue creates a special vibe and the opportunity for young and old to be exposed to…

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Photo courtesy of Eduardo Buchin, Jupiter.

This is the last week to catch “CONTEMPO: PUSHING THE LIMIT on ART” exhibit at the Lighthouse Art Center, Tequesta.  This exhibit features juried art of contemporary art across all media.  Expect to see the unexpected and use of innovative materials. Anticipate “unusual treatment of subject matter, unconventional mediums and edgy techniques – this is not your parent’s art exhibition!”

Guest curator Nelson Hallonquist, co-director of the Gavlak Gallery in Palm Beach, selected 34 works of art.  Artists from 18 states submitted works on featured art.

The Lighthouse Art Center, a member-supported nonprofit organization, which provides visual and performing arts for the community through unique collections,…

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Daniel Berger is no stranger to PGA National. The 21 year old PGA Tour rookie grew up in nearby Jupiter, played and worked out of the Dye Preserve, and went to high school at Dwyer.

At this point he has probably played there more than most of the pros that were in the field this week. But, when he made his run in the fourth round, erasing a nine shot deficit when the final round started Sunday, all everyone could do is just stop and watch.

Berger took on all the top guns ahead of him on the leaderboard and beat them. In fact, he beat everyone in the field except for one (champion Padraig Harrington), and he took Harrington to the second playoff hole before succumbing to a bad tee shot.

Berger shot a final round 64 over Sunday and Monday, the…

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Hypoluxo is a fun town bursting with things to do!

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Banana Boat Restaurant and Lounge

Located on the Intracoastal Waterway in Boynton Beach, Banana Boat offers both indoor and outdoor eating options with gorgeous views. One of the many great things about Banana Boat is the boat dockage, with many patrons arriving by boat for their meal. For those not arriving by the water, complimentary valet and self parking is available. Since its opening in 1978, it’s estimated that over 12 million customers have frequented Banana Boat, and many in the Boynton Beach area consider it a staple as an “Authentic Florida Experience.”

Old Key Lime House

Just a short drive from Hypoluxo, Old Key Lime House was voted one of the best casual party destinations in the area.…

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Photo Location: Loxahatchee River in Jupiter, FL.

South Florida’s moderate climate does not offer much disparity from the seasons compared to many areas of the country that are in snow and freezing temperatures right now. When Floridians talk about the change of season they are more likely focused on hurricane season, love bugs and manatee or sea turtles seasons. Don’t get us wrong, South Florida does get a few brisk mornings with chilly breezes, but we don’t have to shovel snow, we don’t have to “winterize” our boats and we are able to fish all year round, if you catch my drift!

Snowbirds flock to South Florida for the winter months and fish still enjoy the mild waters and have the need to feed as the changing conditions occur, but even in the coolest…

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