Get outside and get some exercise.  Bike, run or walk the Lake Trail in Palm Beach. The Lake Trail travels from the south end of the Australian Docks at the Royal Palm Bridge at Southern Blvd and travels north, past the Flagler Memorial Bridge for several miles. It is a great walk, jog, or cycling trail.

The Lake Trail features a few spots for fishing as well as just sitting under a tree and reading a book. Admire the boats at the Australian Dock, they are from all over the world. The Lake Trail then crosses the bridge and travels behind the Society of The Four Arts. The Society of the Four Arts is a non-profit charity organization that was founded in 1936. Its campus on the Intracoastal Waterway in Palm Beach and is home to the Esther B. O’Keeffe…

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The Twisted Tuna Tiki Bar and Restaurant in Stuart, just up the Treasure Coast, has meandered and migrated down to the sunny coastal Town of Jupiter.  Jupiter is a welcoming little beach town with many laid-back tiki bars and great vibes.  The Twisted Tuna Jupiter joins the ranks of locals’ favorites such as The Square Grouper Tiki Bar, U-Tiki Beach, Guanabanas and Johnny Mangos Tiki Bar to name a few.

The owners have created a slightly “twisted” menu featuring the “freshest seafood dishes, just the right amount of traditional Italian favorites and the finest sushi and raw bar selections available today”.  Try the Conch Ceviche, Gator Bites, Edamame, Volcano Shrimp, Sesame Tuna Tataki and so much more.  They use only locally procured produce. Bake…

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Many cities throughout the United States have a selection of authentic ethnic restaurants that cater to adventurous eaters and those willing to try something new.

The Palm Beaches in addition to the award-winning dining scene offers several ethnic neighborhoods and restaurants that offer everything from Peruvian to Thai, Indian, Ethiopian, and more.

Here is a guide of just some of the best authentic ethnic dishes and restaurants in Palm Beach County.


Pho from Pho & Hot Pot: Lake Park

Bahn Mi from Inch & Ounces: West Palm Beach


Doro Wot from Queen of Sheeba: West Palm Beach


Coffee at Salento Coffee: West Palm Beach

Trinidad and Tobago

Curry Conch at Curry Tabanca: Greenacres

Indian and…

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Not only is this Saturday Halloween, but a rare Blue Moon will light up the night’s sky. A blue moon does not always appear to be blue in the sky, but rather when it occurs.

As many know, a full moon usually occurs once a month and when 13 full moons occur in one year instead of the normal 12, that is considered to be a blue moon. There are two types of blue moons, a full moon can be considered blue when it is the second of two full moons in a month, or when it is the third of four full moons in a single season.

This October’s blue moon will not necessarily appear blue in the night sky to us, but it does not mean that it is not possible. According to research, a moon can appear blue in shade if the atmosphere is filled with smoke particles or dust…

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Get primitive now that the popular Boynton Beach axe-throwing bar ‘Game of Axes’ has opened another location in Jupiter. The popular theme entertainment center and restaurant/bar is in Publix shopping plaza on 10160 W. Indiantown Road. If you have had an axe to grind with someone, here is the perfect place to settle the score!

What is all the “axe-citement” about you ask?  Humans have been throwing things at other things since the beginning of time.  Get back to basics – food, drinks, friends, and fun! The ‘Game of Axes’ will be an entertaining addition to the area as it will provide great alternative to the typical sports bars, mini golf or bowling alley. With the help of skilled axe-masters, safety measures in place, as well as secure surroundings…

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South Florida residents and seasonal residents remember the general election is Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there are daily changes to voting information. Please check  for the latest updates. Here is what you need to know to cast your ballot and make sure it is counted.  

First and foremost, as in years past, voter identification requirements will be strictly adhered to. If you are voting in person in Florida, you must present one valid form of ID that shows your photo and signature at the time you vote.  If you are not voting for the first time in Florida, you do not need to provide ID to vote by mail. Also, if you are a first-time Florida voter who registered by mail and you didn't provide ID when…

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This weekend is not only Halloween, but also the weekend that we turn our clocks back one hour to end Daylight Savings. Daylight Savings time ends this Sunday, November 1st at 2 am when the clocks fall back an hour.

This means sunrise and sunset times will be one hour earlier starting Sunday morning. This also means that there will be an extra hour of sleep starting this Sunday. Most of America expect those in Hawaii, most of Arizona, and the US Territories follow Daylight Savings Time.

Many believe that Benjamin Franklin was the inventor of Daylight Savings time, though he only suggested it and noted that the people wake up an hour earlier to enjoy more daylight and conserve candle wax. But the idea did not catch on until World War I when Germany…

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With public health concerns remaining top-of-mind, many cultural organizations in The Palm Beaches are offering virtual programs for the whole family. If you're participating in virtual activities, consider supporting local Palm Beach County businesses who are still working hard for you! 

With the Kravis Center, Dreyfoos Highschool of the Arts, and many other world-renowned dance organizations in our area, some incredible studios are making sure people can participate in dance classes from home! Here are a few fantastic options.

Ballet Arts Dance Company: Virtual Dance Classes

The focus of  Ballet Arts Dance Company is to teach, train and guide students dancers towards a professional career while allowing them the privilege to work with…

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The Town of Jupiter is home to one of the few remaining dog friendly beaches in the state of Florida. The town adopted the idea in 1989, that allowed dogs to roam on freely on the 2.5 miles of sandy beach in Jupiter.

The Jupiter Dog Beach stretched from Marcinski Road at Beach Marker #25, north to Carlin Park Beach Maker #57. In the designated areas, dogs are welcomed to roam freely and must be supervised at all times.

Dogs are allowed on the beach from sunrise to sunset. The Town of Jupiter has a set of rules they would like everyone to follow when bringing your pet to the beach. Being able to bring your dog to the beach is a privilege and The Friends of Jupiter provides free dog waste bags at every cross over along the designated dog-friendly…

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Tucked away, around the corner from the southside of the Roosevelt Bridge, Gilbert's Coffee Bar offers visitors a mini oasis just steps of U.S. 1. The coffee shop, named after the Historic House of Refuge at Gilberts Bar on Hutchinson Island, has quickly become a local favorite for locals and visitors in Stuart, FL. 

After just one year in serving the community, Gilbert's was voted the best coffee shop in 2019 by the readers of Stuart Magazine. However, Gilbert's offers more than just delicious cups of joe, the restaurant also has a variety of delicious food items ranging from avocado toast to home made pastries and pop tarts. They also know how to put on a show, as they host live music weekly while serving happy hour beer and wine with a trio of…

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