Have you been to an airport that has just about the best of everything?

“At Palm Beach International Airport, the gateway to Palm Beach County, Florida has been voted third best airport in the United States and sixth best in the world by the readers of the prestigious Conde Nast Traveler magazine again in 2014.”

The terminal includes many luxurious upgrades such as a spa, putting green and a kid’s play area, superior shops and restaurants. But to set apart from many airports we fly in and out of, PBIA has now enhanced the traveling experience for your traveling furry pet.

Now with two luxury areas to for your pet to relieve itself before and after their flight. Both pet relieving areas are just outside the airport’s east and west terminal buildings…

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Catch one of the newest waves rolling through Tequesta, Florida as a dining spot is creating much buzz on its sweet bistro. Ocean Bleu, a seafood restaurant, has created a delicious world in a small corner of the Tequesta Shoppes plaza. They offer most locally grown food or from kai kai farms. The chef prepares and create all selections fresh and made to order (with no microwaveable items), the ambiance is tuning with a hot jazz background music in the dining area and a comfortable outside terrace filled with friendly guests. Fish and seafood dishes are a must try according to most regulars.

Not only does Ocean Bleu have fantastic food, it is also a pet friendly restaurant and every Thursday they are promoting “Pooches on the Patio” where they feed your…

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Who doesn’t love pristine, gorgeous beaches and ultra-luxurious beach homes? If you do, Florida might just be the perfect place.  This year, two Palm Beach County towns were voted as Florida’s top beaches by the Travel Channel (a huge honor for Palm Beach County!). Palm Beach and Delray Beach made the top 10 beaches list. The local community works hard to keep Palm Beach County beaches and the surrounding real estate beautiful. We are very proud of our beaches and happy to know the nation is feels the same.

Palm Beach Island-

Palm Beach County was regarded for having over 47 miles of unspoiled seashore, but its “crown jewel” was without a shadow of doubt, Palm Beach and Delray a close second. Palm Beach Island stretches 14 miles long and a half-mile wide.…

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The much-admired International Hispanic Theatre Festival (IHTF) of Miami celebrates its 30th year of drama!

The live performances will introduce some of the best theatre corporations from Latin America, Europe and the United States within various location of the Miami, Florida and Key Biscayne area from July 9-26, 2015.

“Of the dozen productions that will be presented by the time the festival ends on July 26, just four will be done only in Spanish. Four will be performed in Spanish with English supertitles, one in English with Spanish supertitles, one in Portuguese with Spanish supertitles and another in Portuguese with English supertitles. And the Viver Brasil opener, Peace Transcends, is driven by music, dance and, says founding artistic director…

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The gorgeous Seabreeze Amphitheatre in Jupiter, Florida across from the bountiful beaches of Carlin Park, will be veiling with mystery to the influence of the Palm Beach Shakespeare Festival’s: Shakespeare by the Sea XXV. The Palm Beach Shakespeare Festival and Palm Beach County Parks & Recreation presents and celebrates the 25th Anniversary Season with the production of William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet.”

The Seabreeze Amphitheatre is a gorgeous outdoor professional theater experience and “Hamlet” will take stage on July 9-12 and July 16-19 with free admission.

"The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark," shortened to "Hamlet," which poses the famous question of "To be or not to be" is believed to have been written between 1599 and 1602.” The story tells…

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Ladies Wine & Design Paint Class

Start a healthy hobby at The Spa in PGA National, this month of July they will be hosting: "Ladies Wine & Design Paint Class!" “Can't draw a stick figure no worries in that case you will love this class at The Spa within PGA National located in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. It is two hours of fun and creativity with the some of the nicest group of ladies, led by our Resident Artist, Beth Williams.”

This design and paint class is often described as "art therapy" which is a practice of expressive remedy that uses the imaginative method of creating art to improve emotional, physical and mental well- being. This form of relaxation can achieve many different things for different people, for some it can reduce…

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A new site plan has been released for the upcoming new development, Reynold’s Ranch, in Jupiter. By the looks of the new rendering, there will be 30 lots, all spanning anywhere from 1.28 acres to 1.88 acres. The majority of homes will sit on a beautiful lake, and one of the major benefits of the community is that private horse trails meander throughout, with a public horse trail on the outskirts, as well as a Feed Store. Reynold’s Ranch will be conveniently located near a Publix shopping center, shopping, restaurants, and beaches. It can be accessed directly off of Jupiter Farms Road.

Before it was designated as Reynold’s Ranch Real Estate, this area in West Jupiter was rumored to be the gangster hideout of Al Capone in the 1920s, where the…

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For the second Women’s World Cup in a row, the United States met back up with Japan in the final. The two highest ranked teams in the world fought for the final cup once again.

This has been a hard journey with very different teams to get past. Until last night final game, U.S.A came out to start the final game with one of the most incredible starts in any sporting event!
Through the series of games, Japan got thrown into the easy bracket and had some rough performances. The United States, on the other hand, had to beat Sweden and Germany to get this far in the World Cup. These two teams scheduled with each other between some major competitions especially this final 2015 game last night in Canada.

Some will say it was a complete victory for the United…

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Around 6am ET on Monday morning, Rory Mcllroy posted a picture to his Instagram in a walking boot and on crutches. The post had a caption that said “Total rupture of left ATFL (ankle ligament) and associated joint capsule damage in a soccer kickabout with friends on Saturday. Continuing to assess extent of injury and treatment plan day by day. Rehab already started..... Working hard to get back as soon as I can.”

Rehab time can range anywhere from 10 days to 6 weeks depending on the severity of the sprain. That puts not just the next few weeks, but the remainder of the 2015 season in doubt for the Palm Beach Gardens resident.

Mcllroy was scheduled to play the Scottish Open this week and his name has already been removed from the published field…

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Golf.com and Sports Illustrated ranked all 50 states by their “Golfiness” and the state of Florida was given the top spot on the list. The list, compiled by Golf.com’s travel expert Joe Passov, was done by rating each state on a 0-50 scale in four categories: avidness of golfers, quantity and quality of courses, legacy/vibe, and Joe’s own rating.

Joe’s had this to say in his description of Florida:

“‘My parents didn't want to move to Florida, but they turned 60 and that's the law,’ joked Jerry Seinfeld. There are many reasons why so many PGA Tour pros from Europe and the U.S. make Florida their home: No state income tax, more courses (1,042) than any other state, terrific facilities and superb weather nearly year-round. The state also hosts a…

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