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 Jupiter Farmer's Market Harbourside Place

A spectrum of colors, beautiful views and friendly vendors will welcome you every Sunday to the Jupiter Farmer’s Market at Harbourside Place in Jupiter, Florida. Live music will flow through the air played by local bands. The market will be taking place every Sunday from December through April, from 9am to 2pm. 

The “just harvested” fresh produce comes from local farmers all over South Florida. As you peruse the different stands you will find seasonal harvests varying from winter to summer fruits and vegetables. You will be able to select things like: organic, locally grown kale, chard, squash, beets, star fruits, citrus and berries. Fruits and vegetables aren’t the only things to buy at the Jupiter Farmer’s Market. You can also buy gorgeous,

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Located among the best of Palm Beach Gardens Real Estate, is Evergrene. Evergrene is a new, gated community constructed by WCI featuring gorgeous, Mediterranean style homes. Homes in Evergrene range from large two-story, single-family homes to townhomes, all equally impressive. Homes for Sale in Evergrene wind along manicured streets and feature views of the lakes and natural preserves. Some of the varieties of home styles are custom; estate homes resting on lakefront, smaller homes and charming town homes, and the options go on.

As a resident of Evergrene you can enjoy all of the luxurious amenities that are featured. The Evergrene Clubhouse spans 20,000 square feet and offers a state of the art fitness center and aerobics room with scheduled

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West Palm Beach slip n slide
Event: 'Slide the City'

Have you ever wanted to glide and skid down a slippery water slide through the eminently fun paths of Clematis Street in West Palm Beach, Florida? Well, your chance has finally come! What is publicized as “The World’s Largest Water Slide” which technically is 1,000 feet of water slide is making its first arrival to the east coast, on Valentine’s Day!

Slide the City is an event that attracts massive amounts of people and will not cost the city any money. The slide is the size of three football fields and the hill down Clematis Street has enough slopes to help for a smooth ride down 500 and 600 blocks of downtown. This event will help show off a different side of the city that is taking place by the pleasant waterfront location. It

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Jupiter Waterway Changes

Next week, February 12, 2015 at 5:30pm The Town of Jupiter will hold a public meeting regarding changes to marine facilities regarding their regulations. The marine facilities the workshop will cover include structures like retaining walls, seawalls, docks and boatlifts. The new additions and updates to be made will benefit owners of waterfront land in Jupiter. The town is seeking to update marine facility regulations to give waterfront property owners more options when it comes to stabilizing shorelines and vessels. “The intent is also to balance the impacts by preserving and enhancing Jupiter’s natural shoreline to promote a healthy marine environment for all to enjoy,” say the members at The Town of Jupiter. 

The Town of Jupiter has opened the

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On Saturday, February 7th from 11am to 5pm, Jupiter Jubilee will be held by the town of Jupiter for local residents at the Jupiter Community Center. The event has been taking place annually since 2002, when Jupiter’s 75th Anniversary Celebration was held a couple years prior. The event was such a success that town leaders set about putting together an annual event, usually on the first week of February.

The Kids’ Adventure Area offers fun for kids of all ages, including toddler activities, face painting, rock climbing, and bounce houses. There will also be a Chalk Zone for kids and adults from 9am-5pm and a 3D anamorphic street painting by renowned local artist Jennifer Chaparro, as well as a Jubilee Local Business Fair, at which local business can

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No one knows for sure what Lost City, found deep in the Everglades, was used for throughout history. Rumor has it, however, that Al Capone may have used it to produce moonshine in the 1930s.

Others claim it was used as a hideout by thirty to forty Confederate soldiers running from the Union, only to later be killed by Seminole Indians.

This enigmatic three-acre site is located about eight miles south of Alligator Alley. One thing on which experts do agree is the origins of the area. Apparently, it was a prosperous Seminole Village that was later abandoned. Exactly why it was abandoned is still unknown, causing experts to scratch their heads.

State wildlife officials and archaeologists have inspected the area countless times over the years, finding old

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south florida fishing

2.6.15 Fishing Report

Another bumpy weekend ahead in the weather, as another cold front will be passing and sweeping South Florida with high winds. Good news for those anglers participating in The Sailfish Challenge taking place this Saturday in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The high winds should bring fire to the sailfish bite to South Florida!

Offshore- Sailfish bite should do well by the weekend, recent reports have announced the sailfish have been swimming around in pods and packs of about 4-5 sails. To highlight the attention, put out goggle eyes or blue runners that are hanging under a kite, putting out more bait gives you the best chances of catching several at a time. Mixed in with the sails have been occasional dolphin and kingfish located in

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All you need is love, especially so close to Valentine’s Day.  However, a little chocolate cannot hurt; it may even help you feel better!

For years, scientists have been trying to unwrap the mystery of chocolate.  What makes it so irresistible? Is it the cocoa beans, caffeine, sugar or any of the hundreds of combinations that raise our spirits and libido? 

Scientists at Cambridge University have conducted MRI’s of the brain and concluded a rather modest explanation.  Neuroscientist, Adrian Owen, of Cambridge University‘s Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre said, “The scientific data suggests that the mood enhancing effects of chocolate do not appear to affect the brain via a direct biological action.”   Scientists concluded that chocolate is linked to

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The National Association of Realtors (NAR) has released an infographic depicting the 2014 Profile of Homebuyers and Sellers. The report unveiled a great deal of information about who is buying and who is selling their home here in the U.S. and why. The profile includes statistics about their age and income, the home search process, the characteristics of homes purchased and how buyers financed their purchase. The following is a summation of NAR’s findings. 


As of 2014, only 33% of homebuyers across the nation were first-time homebuyers, the lowest percentage since 1987. The year before that, 2013, only 38% of buyers were first time. The other median numbers given by the NAR report include the median home size of 1,570 square feet

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Boca Raton is a fun city with lots of things to do with kids!


Boomers is a family fun location filled with a variety of rides, games, and entertainment for people of all ages. Some of the exciting things to do include batting cages, miniature golf, go karts, bumper boats, laser tag, rock wall, and game room. Laser tag is especially fun, as visitors are transported into a dark room filled with smoke in a maze-like setting and must “shoot” the other team in order to gain points. As far as the game room, which some argue is the major draw of Boomers, there’s horseracing, dancing, snowboarding, and more. Collect tickets to earn prizes.

Children’s Science Explorium

Children’s Science Explorium, situated in Sugar Sand Park, is a science

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