A private exhibition of 40 exquisite one-of-a-kind pieces at the new Sotheby’s pop up gallery in Palm Beach. It is a rare opportunity to view master jeweler Glenn Spiro’ high-end creations. The Sotheby’s gallery at 150 Royal Poinciana Plaza in Palm Beach will be exhibiting 40 one-of-a-kind pieces from the House of ‘G.’ Jewels typically reserved for Spiro’s private ateliers in London and Geneva will be on view starting December 9 through the end of the year via an appointment-only salon. 

The exhibition offers the perfect opportunity to pick up that last-minute holiday gift. Do NOT forget your Black Card!  Highlights include a jaw-dropping statement necklace, set with 27 Colombian cushion-shaped emeralds weighing 236.32-carats set in green titanium with…

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 The National Association of Realtors held its Real Estate Forecast Summit where several experts weighed in on projections of what the market may look in 2021. The following predictions (re-posted verbatim to avoid miscommunication) are either from a survey of more than 20 housing and economy experts, or the Residential Outlook panel held during the Summit.  Palm Beach County properties will most likely follow the predictions.  It is best to discuss the specific area of interest with one of the Waterfront Properties real estate specialists, who are knowledgeable of the market.  

Real Estate Market Forecast predictions that emerged at the Summit:

1. “Housing prices will continue to rise — Experts anticipate that prices will increase by 8.8%…

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Yes, indeed it seems just about every little thing has a national day.  So, it should come as no surprise to Jupiter residents that there is a National Violin Day too! There are more than 1,500 national days, weeks, and months to be celebrated each year, according to the folks who run the National Day Calendar website. Just about anything you can think of has its own day.

The violin, which comes from the Medieval Latin word “vitula,” meaning “stringed instrument”, has a recognizable tone and appearance. Some of the most valued violins have sold for millions of dollars at auction. National Violin Day on December 13 recognizes the impact and cultural contributions of a most versatile instrument. The violin family has four members and includes the…

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Every year Palm Beach County attracts Winter golfers with its beautiful 70-degree weather and clear, sunny skies. With its more than 150 public and private golf courses, Palm Beach County is known as the Golf Capital of the World. Unlike much of the rest of the country, PBC residents aren’t currently locked up indoors, waiting for the sun to return. We are just as active now as we are throughout the rest of the year.

The Palm Beaches have a lot to offer in the Winter. Salt and freshwater enthusiasts, for example, enjoy some of the best fishing in North America. Polo and equestrian events, including the World Cup and Winter Equestrian Festival, are particularly popular this time of year, draw large crowds and international celebrities. Our mild, cool…

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Picking a favorite dessert seems like a nearly impossible task, but somehow every state in the US has managed to have a different favorite listed as their state’s dessert.  Some remain loyal to the original classics like sugar cookies, peppermint paddies, hot chocolate, and gingerbread cookies while other states prefer a non-traditional holiday dessert.

Floridians have chosen their favorite dessert to serve this holiday season. The top dessert to serve at holiday is cheesecake in the state. Cheesecake was also a favorite in several other states. Cheesecake is one of those desserts that is a classic and favorite among many.

Cheesecake Recipe


For the crust: Cooking spray, 9 graham crackers (finely crushed), 6 tablespoons of melted…

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This past week, The Marine Industries Association of Palm Beach County hosted the 26th Annual Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade and Toy Drive to spread cheer to over 250,000 spectators on December 5th. The parade made its way up the Intracoastal Waterway from North Palm Beach to the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. Toys were collected along the parade route by a fleet of volunteer boats, many of which carried uniformed Marines.

Toys for Tots and Little Smiles are reporting that 5,500 toys were collected the night of the parade. Members of the community also made numerous monetary donations online, which will all go towards toy purchases for Toys for Tots and Little Smiles.

The stars of the parade were the dozens of decorated vessels and the traveling…

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The Coastal Conservation Association of Florida had an awesome “turnout” for their 2nd Annual Statewide Beach Cleanup this year by using an online app and a tournament layout.

The cleanup is run similar to a fishing tournament, but instead of submitting fish, participants submit their trash collections!

The event was managed through the iAngler Tournament App and website, and for each 5 gallon bucket of trash uploaded, participants received one entry for raffle prizes including Costa Sunglasses, Academy Sports + Outdoors Gift Cards and American Express Gift Cards provided by CCA Florida and iAngler. 

The event involved 98 total participants for one week straight, and was available in the entire state of Florida. Individuals could choose which…

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This weekend, three holiday boat parades are taking place throughout Palm Beach County. Boats will be decorated in holiday lights and decoration while blasting holiday music to get everyone into the holiday spirit.

Head to one of the holiday boat parades happening this Saturday night.

Lake Clarke Shores:

The boat parade starts at 7 pm this Saturday. Head to Lake Clarkes Shores for the 21st annual Lake Clarke Christmas Boat Parade. Those who attend are encouraged to bring an unwrapped toy for the Little Smiles toy collection drop box. The parade will begin at the lake and head north and turn around and come back to end in the same spot.

Royal Palm Beach Christmas Boat Parade

The boat parade will start at Todd A. Robiner Park on La Mancha…

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Just a few minutes from Jupiter, close to 11,500 acres of unspoiled Florida landscape called Jonathan Dickinson State Park provides outdoor enthusiasts with a wide array of activities to reunite you with nature. For those who want to get some physical activity and see the park at the same time, canoe, kayak, and bicycle rentals are available. If you prefer a more comfortable view, guided tour options by boat, canoe, horseback, and buggy are available as well.

Jonathan Dickinson State Park is the largest state park in Southeast Florida, and it's open seven days a week to visitors. The Loxahatchee River, Florida's first federally designated "Wild and Scenic River," winds its way through the park under a canopy of cypress trees. This campground is open…

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Throughout the month of December, Rosemary Square, formally CityPlace, in West Palm Beach hosts daily holiday activities for the whole family to enjoy.  Every night the outdoor shopping and lifestyle center hosts a Nightly Snowfall and Lightshow event to bring a little snow and holiday cheer to South Florida.

The Nightly Snowfall and The Wishing Tree Lightshow kicked off the holiday season in November and will continue every night throughout the month of December. Come and grant your holiday wishes on The Wishing Tree during the lightshow or experience snowfall.

Daily Nightly Snowfall and Lightshow Details:

When: Nightly (November 14th through December 31st)

Time: 6:30 pm, 7:30 pm, and 8:30 pm.

No reservations are required for the event,…

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