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Today on February 22, 2016, South Florida is celebrating the famous Margarita!

This refreshing alcoholic beverage is basically the unofficial drink of South Florida!
So tart and sweet, if you would like to partake in the celebration of the National Margarita Day, there are many places to go!

Some restaurants with in Palm Beach and Broward County will be shaking up the tequila and sour mix specials on this day! Rocco’s Tacos & Tequila Bar in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida will be enjoying “Tequila Time” and will offer $5 margaritas all day from open to close!  El Camino in Delray Beach, Florida is celebrating classic margaritas for $3 all day long! 15 NE Second Ave., Delray Beach. Call 561-865-5350, or visit


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Local Fresh Seafood + Live Entertainment + Nautical Vendors + Family Fun

Jupiter, Florida and all surrounding cities are getting ready and thrilled for this weekend that will be full of fresh seafood, live entertainment, and local vendors! Hosted by Grand Slam, this year’s event, Jupiter Seafood Festival is taking the family festival to the beach at Carlin Park on Saturday, February 20 and Sunday, February 21!

Located at a beautiful beachfront location, Carlin Park, is a great place for this year’s event. Fun for recreational activities, picnic areas, swimming, playgrounds, tennis courts and an amazing amphitheater! Jupiter Seafood Festival is mainly all about celebrating good seafood and gathering the community together, but there will also be some

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The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) approved extensive changes to restructure bass rules and guidelines as well as increase the effectiveness.

Operational on July 1, 2016, the new black bass conservation measures is authorized. On that date, freshwater anglers will be allowed to keep smaller largemouth bass. The perimeter of the bass’s length and many other specific rules for several different bodies of water will be reduced. “The intent is to simplify existing rules and increase abundance of larger bass statewide,” said Tom Champeau, director of the Division of Freshwater Fisheries Management.

Black bass are one of the most popular freshwater fish in Florida; they celebrated for its “trophy” potential.  These fisheries have

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Help the Jupiter Craft Brewers Festival become #1 beer fest in the entire country!
Click on the USA Today link and Vote Here --->

A competition for some of the finest craft brewers in America will be chosen by beer experts. According to the USA Today’s 10 Best readers’ choice survey for the best beers in the nation selected ‘Field of Beers as one of the finalists!

A Jupiter, Florida local beer event is running for recognition as one of the best beer fests out there, Jupiter Craft Brewers Festival is kept moderately small with only 500 tickets available. “It’s part of the quaintness, if you will, Andrewlevich said. It's held at Roger Dean Stadium in Abacoa where the

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Held at Arthur R. Marshall on February 20, 2016, theming for the Everglades Day Festival is “Song of the Everglades.” The festival will be celebrating its 100 years of the Migratory Bird Treaty and famous Florida singers/songwriters Dale Crider and Rod MacDonald, this festival is dedicated to learning and having fun.

The Everglades is full of life and serves as a protector for the numerous rare and endangered species such as the manatees, turtles and the Florida panther. This ecosystem foes back a few million years and is so unique and unlike anywhere else in this world. The unparalleled landscape in Miami, Florida’s backyard consists of wet land, hammocks, mangrove swamps and estuaries.  With all the abundance of wildlife, the area has so much

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Happy 91st birthday Jupiter!
(Founded on February 9, 1925)

“Probably no other location on the East Coast of the United States enjoys the international reputation for guiding ships throughout the centuries as does the area now known as Jupiter, Florida.”

Back in the earlier days, the Hobe Indian tribe used to lodge and settle near the Loxahatchee River in Florida. The tribe was very uniquely skilled hunters who based their meals on seafood and all things meat and were incredible craftsman, making useful bare necessities.

Later in time, the area was going to be included in the new world map and the name of the town was misspelled from “Hobe” to “Jove”, later with modifications being named, “Jupiter.” Jupiter is the Latin translation of God.

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The upcoming American Football game that determines the champion of the National Football League (NFL) is this Sunday, February 7, 2016! The Super bowl 50 kickoff will begin at 6:30 p.m. ET on CBS!
Not only with there be a lot of hard hitting tackles from both teams and a ton of excitement from those in the stands and those supporting through the television, there is also an extraordinary halftime show that will be sure to entertain all! Whether your into football or not, it’s a must watch to see Coldplay perform and be joined on stage by Beyoncé. The two artists will be collaborating music on two songs!
Plus, when do people ever get excited to watch commercials?! The most anticipated and absolute best commercials of the year will be streaming, which

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Did you know that “Snook are one of the many reasons Florida is the Fishing Capital of the World?!”

The harvesting of the well-known snook season is back open today on February 1, 2016 in Florida’s Atlantic coastal and inland waterways. All along the clear and very beautiful coastline from Miami Dade/ Monroe county line and north which also includes Lake Okeechobee and the Kissimmee River.

Fisherman and anglers are allowed to keep only one snook per day that is not less than 28 inches or more than 32 inches in total length. (Must measure the snook from the most forward point of the head with the mouth closed to the farthest tip of the tail with the tail compressed or squeezed while the fish is lying on its side.)
*Only hook-and-line gear is allowed

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One of the finest organic restaurants in South Florida, Christopher’s Kitchen is soon to open its second location. The first restaurant took place in the beautiful area of Palm Beach Gardens, Florida and in February the high quality food and service will be enjoyed by Downtown West Palm Beach too! “We will be opening hopefully sometime in February of next year,” Slawson said Monday. “We’re still waiting on the city to approve our plans.”

With high quality and certified organic plant based foods, the chef prepares food with the upmost techniques and ingredients to maximize real nutritional value along with delicious and healthful tastes.
Not only does Christopher’s Kitchen value healthy results, they have also created a place where South Florida can gather

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Food Yachts on the Intracoastal Waterways of Jupiter, Florida will soon be recommended for approval at the town council vote which is scheduled for January 19, 2016.

A 40 foot catamaran named: Food Yacht is planning to be moored near the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse.

“It’s always been my dream to cook and serve food on the water. The menu will have conch, seafood, shrimp and other Florida seafood infused with that Caribbean style. Plus, we’ll serve regular burgers and hot dogs,” said the 37-year-old Miami native who has cooked for about a decade at The Food Shack, a popular Jupiter eatery on U.S. 1 known for its long lines and lively atmosphere."

This take out only dining yacht wants to sell food and nonalcoholic drinks during the daytime

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