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A spooky night at the science museum is a perfect way to kick off Halloween weekend. The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium, 4801 Dreher Trail North, West Palm Beach, is hosting a strange night of science Friday, October 30th from 6-8pm. See you tonight for Spooky Science Night at the Museum! Feel free to wear your scariest costume ever!

This event is mostly outdoors, but please bring your mask for areas where social distancing isn't possible or if you wish to explore the "Real Bodies" exhibit indoors. Spread out and celebrate all things spooky on the 5-acre Science Trail.  No need to worry about social distancing with all the area to roam  and run.

A featured special presentation at 7:00 pm of “She’s alive, She’s alive! The reanimation

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In the spirit of Halloween, here's a Jupiter ghost story on the Loxahatchee River. The tale of the haunted spirit of Trapper Nelson reportedly haunts the tranquil inland waterways of the Loxahatchee River running through Jupiter and Tequesta.  Years ago, in the early 1930’s until the late 1960’s, a strapping "casanova" known as Trapper Nelson made quite an impact on the area and the local area socialites!  He was nicknamed the “Wildman of Loxahatchee”. The ghost is said to roam Jonathan Dickinson State Park to this day.

Trapper Nelson lived deep in the wild, uninhabited land on the Loxahatchee River (which is now Jonathon Dickinson State Park).  He was born in New Jersey and his given name was Vincent Nostokovich. This man was the modern day “Croc

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The Cultural Council for Palm Beach County recently announced its third annual MOSAIC (Months of Shows, Art, Ideas and Culture), celebrating arts and culture in The Palm Beaches.  Commencing this fall with special offers and hotel arrangements designed to reopen and revive cultural tourism for the  2020  “season”. 

Experience more culture for less, with special coupons and offers.  Glance at a sampling of several of the unique arts and culture opportunities presented by the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County for their 3rd. MOSAIC celebration.


Arts Garage (Delray Beach): $10 off admission for virtual and in-person tickets to the “Music at Home & Live from Arts Garage” series now through December

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Get primitive now that the popular Boynton Beach axe-throwing bar ‘Game of Axes’ has opened another location in Jupiter. The popular theme entertainment center and restaurant/bar is in Publix shopping plaza on 10160 W. Indiantown Road. If you have had an axe to grind with someone, here is the perfect place to settle the score!

What is all the “axe-citement” about you ask?  Humans have been throwing things at other things since the beginning of time.  Get back to basics – food, drinks, friends, and fun! The ‘Game of Axes’ will be an entertaining addition to the area as it will provide great alternative to the typical sports bars, mini golf or bowling alley. With the help of skilled axe-masters, safety measures in place, as well as secure surroundings

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As we all know, a lot of our favorite activities have been put on hold for a while but that’s why living in Florida can be so great. With our fabulous year-round weather, one of everyone’s favorite activities, beach day, is almost always available. Friends, family, your favorite drinks and snacks, the hot sand and the calming sound the ocean. What else could you need? Well here are a few of our favorite items to enhance your next beach day:

Beach Cooler with Built In Speaker 

A beach cooler that can chill your drinks and also play your favorite tunes? It’s possible with the Dolce Vita Beach Cooler Box Sounds, an original two-in-one audio player and cooler box from Sydney-based beach lifestyle brand Sunnylife. This hard-sided model holds up to 16

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The Magic Kingdom reopened to the public today, May 11, 2020 with controlled capacity to the public, implementing enhanced health and safety measures.  Exciting news, however, it is not Disney World here in Florida. Thousands of visitors streamed into Shanghai Disneyland today for the first time in three months.  The Chinese theme park is the first park reopened by the Walt Disney Company since the coronavirus pandemic.  Shanghai is the first of the six resorts around the world to reopen after the contagion. 

All the Disney enchantment within all the Magic Kingdom’s came to a standstill with the virus.  Mickey Mouse joined other beloved Disney characters and welcomed the crowds. While it welcomed more than 10 million guests in its first year after

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Nothing feels better than a little rest and relaxation on an island vacation.  In the meantime, no one is traveling to exotic locations so bring the faraway lands to you here in the Jupiter area.  Get the “I’ve escaped to a tropical location” feel with a cocktail or mocktail that feels like a getaway!

Tropical drinks serve two purposes. They can help you mentally escape to a sandy coast for a carefree sunny moment and refresh the body and soul after a long, warm day.  Try a Martha Stewart drink recipe today.

5 delicious getaway beverages to lift your spirit and take you away…

Pina Colada

A very rich and indulgent frozen beverage, too much for every day, is a “must have” to keep cool in the islands!  The coconut concoction is delicious as

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South Florida needs to stay informed. We need to get the latest most valid information on guidelines for prevention by the media and then plan accordingly. Addressing the unknown is very difficult. In the face of an epidemic, we are uncertain how to respond. Let’s all take a deep breath and long exhale.

Threatened by contagion, alarmed by unknown risks, we move into survival mode. We need to relax.  We ruminate. We have the urge to connect and the fear of contamination. We become inundated with mass media warnings and alarming information. Fear can pull us into anger and uncertainty. It exhausts us.

Shutting off the news and taking a walk or make a puzzle help reduce stress. Daily routines like exercise of any type, biking, running, playing

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Tequesta residents know this is the perfect opportunity for some home bound fun.  Reconnect with the members of your household with basic fun you can do at home with the kids. 

Hire one of your “tweens” as a helper.  If you are working remotely at home, consider hire one of your” tweens” as a mother’s helper. School’s out for everyone, so hire your own” tween” to help entertain and help oversee the little ones or help with an elder in the home.  It’s a win-win for everyone!

Maintain a routine.  Children, especially those experiencing developmental disabilities may find schedule changes and unstructured time anxiety-provoking. Create a schedule that includes wake-up and bedtimes, meals, outdoor play, and learning and free time.

Try an online

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 Come nurture your body and soul with outdoor yoga. Sunset beach yoga is held at Delray Beach’s Atlantic Dunes Beach.  The intention of this gathering is to provide an opportunity to “come, slow down and connect with nature, while nurturing themselves with an invigorating physical practice that also liberates stress and tension from the body... or to simply sit on the sand and share the community energy, while enjoying nature without an agenda.” 

The next outdoor yoga class is Friday, December 20th at 4 pm. The class is taught every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, weather permitting by Wandering Heartist. The practice is led/guided by Jessica Om or other amazing and skilled local instructors.  Length of the practice is an 80-90-minute guided

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