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Art Palm Beach is back again in Palm Beach County for another season. Next week the art fair comes to the Palm Beach County Convention Center in West Palm Beach.

The Annual fair is in its 22nd year and will feature more than 75 local and international galleries. The number is up from last year that featured 60 galleries. The fair is run by Next Level Fairs and they are reshaping the art fair concept for this year by connecting the exhibitors and collectors in new ways. Next Level Fairs are also the founders of Art Miami and Art Asia Hong Kong.

The pavilion will house animation art, video installations, pieces from collector Elayne Mordes of WhiteSpace Collection in West Palm Beach, and performance art by Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen in the FLOW pavilion.

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According to the residents in Palm Beach County, here are some of the best local breakfast spots to grab a bite to eat before starting the day.

Boca Raton:
Tom Sawyer’s- a cozy little diner in Boca Raton that serves the ultimate comfort food. The menu features hearty meals such as Breakfast in a Pot which includes biscuits and gravy, and eggs and cheese, or also try the Breakfast Skillet which includes eggs, home fries and cheese all in one skillet. Don’t forget to grab one of their delicious home-made chocolate chip cookies on the way out for afternoon snack.

West Palm Beach:
Johan’s Joe – a Swedish coffee house and café located in downtown West Palm Beach. The menu features a variety of Scandinavian inspired dishes such as smoked salmon with cream

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The Thursday night tradition continues tonight with the weekly Clematis By Night series in downtown West Palm Beach. The free outdoor concert on the waterfront has been running for 23 years with the area’s best food and drinks, bands, entertainment, special happy hour prices and much more.

Clematis By Night has been the hot spot for years and they have also added to their event by including an Antique and Flea Market that debuted in August of 2018. The market includes local vendors displaying a variety of crafts, antiques, clothes, and jewelry. The market will take place at the same time as Clematis By Night from 6 pm to 9 pm.

Tonight, the musical guests will be Biscuit Miller & The Mix, starting at 6 pm. Biscuit Miller & The Mix add a fun spin to

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Every year the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center in Wellington hosts its Winter Equestrian Festival. The festival is the world’s premier equestrian event. The festival offers competitions for professional equestrians, adult, junior, and children amateur in 70 unique divisions.

The competition and festival runs for 12 weeks and participants range in age from 2 years to 70 years old with more than 6,000 horses and more than a half a billion dollars in prices. The festival is the longest and largest running horse show that only sees the best riders of their class from more than 42 countries.

The show’s week start on Wednesday and end on Sunday, with the major competitions featured on Saturday nights in the International Arena. The festival starts

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For 17 days the South Florida Fair Grounds transforms into pure fun. The South Florida Fair is considered one of the top fairs in Florida filled with great food, rides, tribute bands, and much more. The Fair is coming to our area Friday, January 18th through Sunday, February 3rd. 

For 2019, the theme for this year’s fair is Superheroes. The fair honors the superheroes and features character appearances by Thor, Captain America, Spiderman, Wonder Women, Batman, and more.

The popular Fair has been running for more than 100 years and has been entertaining the fair goers in South Florida. The fair in Palm Beach County draws hundreds of thousands of people for the 17 days. Throughout the fair there is more than 200 carnival rides, some of the greatest

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While many people in the United States only think of December 26 as the day after Christmas, to some, especially people in Great Britain, its known as “Boxing Day.”

Boxing Day started in the UK about 800 years ago, during the Middle Ages. It was the day when the alms box, collection boxes for the poor often kept in churches, were traditionally opened so that the contents could be distributed to poor people. Some churches still open these boxes on Boxing Day.

It might have been the Romans that first brought this type of collecting box to the UK, but they used them to collect money for the betting games which they played during their winter celebrations!

While the origin of the name “Boxing Day” isn’t entirely clear, usually one of the following

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The beloved Christmas movie is coming to the Harbourside Place Amphitheater tomorrow Friday, December 21st in Jupiter. 

The holiday favorite came out in 2003 and stars Will Ferrell, Bob Newhart, Zooey Deschanel and James Caan. The movie is about a baby boy that crawled into Santa’s bag at an orphanage in New York and travelled with him to the North Pole. The young boy was discovered at the end of the night at Santa’s workshop and was named Buddy and spent his childhood being raised by elves. Buddy then travels to New York City to find his real family after overhearing he is not an elf and bring Christmas cheer to his family and New York City.

The movie is playing tomorrow night after the Jingle Jog and Walk at the amphitheater at 6 pm. The cost to

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The former Macy’s department store in CityPlace has transformed into the “Downton Abbey” exhibition based on the award-winning and extremely popular television series.

The entire space has transformed into scenes from the show and has been transported into post-Edwardian England featuring the beloved English castle, show sets including the servant’s quarters and Mrs. Patmore’s kitchen, characters exhibitions, costumes, and history of the time period and culture.

Downton Abbey: The Exhibition opened in West Palm Beach in early November and will be at CityPlace until April 22nd, 2019. The exhibit is open daily from 10 am to 7 pm with tickets available until 6 pm. Visitors are expected to spend sixty to ninety minutes exploring the space.
Tickets can be

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 Palm Beach County is the largest county in Florida with more than 49 miles of Atlantic coastline and includes 39 cities and towns and has been on the list for some of the best resorts and hotels in the world.

Here is a list of the new planned hotels opening soon in our area.

Amrit Ocean Resort and Residences on Singer Island: The new oceanfront hotel is expected to open in late 2019. The hotel will feature 351 hotels suites and condos that is spilt between two towers. The resort and residences are being designed and developed with the Himalayan Institute. Expect the hotel to have a meditation garden, outdoor yoga studio, and an outdoor spa. The Amrit Ocean Resort and Residences is located at 3100 North Ocean Drive on Singer Island. For more

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Every weekend throughout Palm Beach County there are several Green Markets in the area for you to bring fresh produce, baked goods and homemade items from local farmers, artisans, and growers. These markets occur rain or shine and run until late spring.
Here are some of the local markets happening this weekend in our area.

Jupiter:
Jupiter Farmers Market at El Sol:
El Sol, Jupiter’s neighborhood resource center located on the corner of Military Trail and Indiantown Road is hosting their weekly Sunday Farmers market from 9 am to 1:30 pm this Sunday, December 23rd. The market has a variety of fresh produce, imported cheeses, organic fruits and vegetables, Guatemalan crafts, fresh farm eggs, baked goods and pastries and much more. The market is free and

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