The inaugural Shakespeare by the Palms production of Twelfth Night will come to life in a delightful, music-filled show during the Palm Beach Shakespeare Festival’s inaugural Shakespeare by the Palms production of Twelfth Night. The beloved comedy will be performed live August 19-22 and 25-29 at the Commons Park Amphitheater in Royal Palm Beach.

Twelfth Night is special to the Palm Beach Shakespeare Festival. It was the first show performed when the festival launched its productions in Carlin Park, Jupiter, 31 years ago. This production also introduces a fresh beginning for the festival, with the first two-festival summer season.


Location is Commons Park Amphitheater in Royal Palm Beach.

Showtime is 7 pm to 9 pm.

This event is…

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The Boca Raton Chamber is hosting a “Midsummer Party and Last Look” party. This event is part of Boca Raton Chamber Festival Days. It is a series of fun-filled events held at different locations during the month of August.  Monday, August 30, 2021 @ 6:00pm at the Boca Raton Museum of Art.

Enjoy a “Last Look” at current exhibitions before the Museum closes for Machu Picchu and the Golden Empire of Peru opening Oct. 16, 2021. The event will feature light bites and cocktails. 

On view through Sep. 5, 2021, at the Boca Raton Museum of Art:

• An Irresistible Urge to Create: The Monroe Family Collection of Florida Outsider Art 

• Vickie Pierre: Be My Herald of What’s to Come 

• “Glasstress Boca Raton 2021” 

This event is part of Boca Raton…

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Did you get sunburned in Palm Beach County or elsewhere?  Did you go to the beach, out on the boat, or in the pool and you didn’t bring the sunscreen?  Bet it was cloudy outside and what were the chances you would need sun protection and now you look like a “lobster”.

Getting “fried” is a rookie blunder that even a long time Southeast Floridians make occasionally.  Clouds do not completely block off the sun’s UV rays. You are at greater risk to get sunburned on a cloudy day than on a sunny day because you are not as aware of being exposed to the sun. Always check the UV Index before you head out on your outdoor activities.

The best sunburn remedies maybe in your cabinets at home.

1. Anti-Inflammatories:

The redness associated with sunburns…

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For 30 years, the Busch Wildlife Sanctuary in Jupiter has been responsible for the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of thousands of animals back into their natural environment since opening. Busch Wildlife Sanctuary, the largest such facility in Palm Beach County reintroducing endangered and core species back into our fragile ecosystems. Since the opening of the sanctuary over 1.7 million guests have participated in the free education programs.  These educational programs help inform visitors about environmental conservation and protection.

Currently the sanctuary is located on 11 acres and has been leasing the land from the Loxahatchee River Environmental Control District since 1997. The shelter has remodeled and expanded over the past few…

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For a reasonably priced family fun day consider taking the kids to the Palm Beach Zoo during the month of August.  The zoo will be offering free admittance for kids under the age of 12 during the month of August. The August special at the Palm Beach Zoo includes admission to the Splash Pad. The Palm Beach Zoo is located at 301 Summit Blvd, West Palm Beach just minutes away from the prominent island of Palm Beach.

The Palm Beach Zoo offers two free child admissions per full-price adult ticket, is valid when they are attended by a paying adult.  Children under 3 are always free.  Parking is free.

Masks are required for anyone, including children 2 and older, who is not fully vaccinated in these areas:

-        Gift shop and restrooms

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The State of Florida only has a few remaining Dog Friendly Beaches in the entire state and the Town of Jupiter is proud to have one of them.  The town adopted the policy to allow dogs to roam on the beach in 1989. Since then, the stretch of sand where dogs are permitted has grown to 2.5 miles long.

The Dog Friendly Beach area stretches from Carlin Park at Beach Marker #57 to Marcinski Road at Beach Marker #25. In this designated area, dogs are allowed to roam freely while being supervised by their owners.

In order to keep Jupiter a dog friendly area, the town has a set of rules, they wish everyone would follow when bringing your dog to the beach.

Dog-Friendly Beach Area Rules:

  • Only behaved, obedient, well-socialized dogs should be brought…

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The little beach town of Hobe Sound has quite a few interesting elements you may not known about. Of course, it is well known for Jupiter Island, Home of some of the wealthiest of wealthy, as well as its gorgeous Atlantic Ocean coastline. But delve a little further into the history of the quaint small town and discover what surprises exist!

Here are 3 interesting facts about beautiful Hobe Sound:

In the early 1900s, Hobe Sound was also known as "Olympia" because the 12,000 acres of the Gomez Spanish Land [land in Hobe Sound granted by Spain to Don Eusebio Gomez for his "services to the crown"] was bought by the Olympia Improvement Corp. with the goal to create a Greek town where movies could be filmed and produced. They built a Greek-style…

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The Boca Raton Museum of Art glass exhibition entitled “Glasstress Boca Raton 2021” will be on display through September 5, 2021, in Boca Raton. This exhibition showcases over 30 international artists who have created works in glass in collaboration with the master glass artisans at Berengo Studio on the island of Murano in the Venetian lagoon. It is a sequel to the 2016 Glasstress exhibition at Boca Raton Museum of Art. 

Some of the world's leading contemporary glass artisans have been invited “to breathe new life into centuries-old glassmaking in Venice ― maestros of glassblowing from the legendary Berengo Studio residency help artists manifest their visions.” 

The “Glastree Boca Raton 2021” is a “tribute to the resilience of Venice’s…

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There are several venues offering music on a variety of nights and various hours within the Village of Tequesta. Tequesta was founded in the 1950s as a planned community centered on the Tequesta Country Club.  The Village of Tequesta was named after the Native American Tequesta people.

Located just 18 miles North of West Palm Beach, Tequesta has quick access to all the towns along the coastal route. This riverfront community features both single family Tequesta homes and condominiums. Golf course communities such as Jupiter Hills have gorgeous, elevated lots with views of the fairways and a nature preserve. Tequesta waterfront homes in communities such as the prestigious, Bay Harbor, boast waterfront views, private boat lifts and docks for their…

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If you’re from Southeast Florida, you already know fresh fish is incomparable.  If you are new to the area, you should experience all the area has to offer. You should at least try to catch and eat what the locals catch and eat. Many of the top fish to catch are regulated by the Florida Wildlife Commission. For current fishing regulations, please visit the FWC Website.

Fish delicacies are a matter of personal preference.  Try many and experiment with different varieties cooked, such as baked, grilled, fried or sushi.  Here are some of the top 5 fish to eat in Southeast Florida!


Wahoo, also known as Ono, gets its name from the Hawaiian word which means “good to eat”. It is a delicious, white flesh delicacy.  It traditionally served as…

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