The Jensen Beach Art & Craft Show is back in town showcasing incredible art in various mediums. Every year for the past 12 years, locals have come to celebrate the new year's first art show in the area. 

The show features 125 fine artists and crafters displaying art in disciplines including oil, acrylic, and watercolor paintings, mixed media, photography, sculptures, pottery, jewelry, textiles, and much more. Enjoy great food from local restaurants, live music, and beautiful masterpieces on the waterfront. 

The free event takes place in the streets of downtown Jensen Beach on Saturday and Sunday, January 13th and 14th from 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. 

For more information call 772-334-3444. 

The event takes place in the streets which will be closed…

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A new French-inspired restaurant is expected to open this January on Royal Poinciana Way in Palm Beach. The new restaurant is taking over the former location of Nick and Johnnie’s, which ended its nine-year run in the fall.

The restaurant will be called Maven, and is a collaboration between Chef W. Scott Osif, Nantucket restauranteur David Silvia, and Kevin Anderson, the director of operations.

The trio are known for their work at two popular Nantucket restaurants, Gallery Beach and Afterhouse. Silvia, also founded Lola 41, and Lola Burger, both in Nantucket as well.

The menu for Maven will feature oysters, 2.5-pound Maine lobsters, Nantucket Bay scallops, and more on their main menu and raw bar menu. The menu will also feature local fish, fresh cut…

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As the new Offshore Drilling Plan just passed in the U.S., President Trump has taken the state of Florida off the list of offshore fracking sites.

The original plan was to largely expand oil drilling in the Atlantic, Arctic, and Pacific oceans. This included several drilling operations off the coast of Florida, however drilling is now blocked.

The reason is to preserve the clean waters of the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean off the southern coast of the country. 

Florida is also important economically, with a multibillion-dollar tourism business dependent upon its miles of sparkling blue water and white sandy beaches.

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who propsed the plan, said “Florida is obviously unique” and the decision to remove…

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The 2108 U.S. Houzz Kitchen Trends Study finds that most homeowners and buyers prioritized storage over all other kitchen uses. Of the 1,700 interviewed, 63% chose storage as the number one desired function of the kitchen. 

Homeowners preparing to sell are remodeling their kitchens to add more storage and organization, with features like revolving corner trays, deep drawer organizers, swing-out shelves.

Houzz also found that another common feature among those remodeling is countertops. Engineered quartz is the new favorite kitchen countertop material over granite. Many are opting for an island- to show off more of those beautiful counters and for added storage. 

Houzz also says the trending color is white; white backsplashes, white quartz…

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Ever feel like going out but not sure where to go? No worries! Craft Food Tours has you covered.

Craft Food Tours is a unique business in Delray Beach. Founded in 2016, the tour takes you around to the best food and drink spots in the area. The business was started by a pair of friends who traveled sampling some of the best food in the world. When the two were in Austin, Texas they had the idea to share their passion for high quality, locally sourced food with others. They started their business in the fastest growing "foodie" town they could think of- Delray. 

Taste your way through this lively beachy town one of two ways- on an afternoon tour or a happy hour evening tour.

The afternoon tour- The Craft Food & Drink Tour, is 3 hours long…

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Join Palm Beach County archelogist Chris Davenport this Saturday and explore the Loxahatchee Slough Natural Area by kayak!

The Loxahatchee Slough is a 13,000-acre site preserving nine Florida ecosystems. Learn about the natural and cultural history that shaped and changed the area.

This event is totally free including the kayak rental. Wear clothes that can get wet and water shoes. Don't forget water and sun protection. The paddle tour is from 9 - 11 a.m.

Participants will be meeting at the Karen T. Marcus Sandhill Crane Access Park, 8175 PGA Boulevard, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418.

To RSVP call 561-233-2400.

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Image Courtsey of Treasure Coast Mac and Chesse Festival

Calling all Mac and Cheese lovers. Bring the entire family for a day of fun and great food. This Saturday, January 13th head to the Tradition Square in Port Saint Lucie for the annual Treasure Coast Mac and Cheese Festival.

Here you’ll find over 20 different flavors of mac and cheese for you to try and enjoy. You’ll find flavors of mac and cheese such as buffalo chicken, creamy veggie, fried, lobster, pesto, sun-dried tomato, roasted pepper, traditional mac and cheese, and much more.

Besides the delish cheesy noodles, there will also live music starting at noon from local bands, bottomless beer, a mac and cheese eating completion, and you can get the chance to watch or participate in a homemade…

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The second Friday of every month, Downtown Abacoa hosts their Food Truck Invasion. Where food trucks are lined up ready for you to try their specialty cuisine. The trucks roll onto Town Center Drive in Jupiter for a night of fun and great food.

The next Food Truck Invasion is this Friday, January 12th. The Food Truck Invasion starts at 5 pm and will go until 9:30 pm, rain or shine.

Food Trucks specialize in a style of cuisine to develop a perfect dish to stand out against the others. At these invasions, there is a variety of food choices from some of the best food trucks in South Florida featuring everything from tacos, to burgers, to cupcakes, ice cream, and more.

Feel free to bring with you folding chairs, blankets, and an empty stomach to enjoy…

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Every day from the end of November through the end of March, the Flagler Museum in Palm Beach offers an elegant afternoon tea party! Featuring an array of delicacies and refreshments reminiscent of the Gilded Age, you'll feel as though you were taken back in time.

Guests enjoy a variety of gourmet tea sandwiches, traditional scones, sweets, and Flagler Museum’s own Whitehall Special Blend tea, served in gorgeous Whitehall Collection china.

The tea party is held at the Café des Beaux-Arts in the beautiful Flagler Kenan Pavilion. The pavilion is designed as a nineteenth-century Beaux Arts railway palace, giving visitors outstanding panoramic views of the West Palm Beach skyline over Lake Worth.

Tea is held Tuesday through Saturday from 11:30…

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A gem of Palm Beach County and prized possession of Jupiter, is the artful and lively Maltz Theatre. The theatre may look small in stature but it has packed a punch in the culture and arts scene of Palm Beach County for decades. 

Playing all month in January is the eight time, Tony Award winning musical “Hairspray.” “Hairspray” is perhaps one of the most iconic American musicals that has been transformed into books, movies and plays across the globe. In true 1960’s style, “Hairspray” is a play that brings Technicolor stage scenes, jaw dropping dance and song to life. The story of “Hairspray” depicts the life of a vibrant young woman who wins a role on a tv-show that soon changes her life. Overnight she becomes a celebrity and even more so America’s…

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