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Today is the first official day of the month of March and to many, March is a sign of spring and warmer temperatures especially those in the North. Luckily for us living in South Florida, the mild warmer temperature year-round makes it feel like spring and summer every day.

March is the third month of the calendar year and the month was named for the Roman god of war, Mars. In the early Roman calendar, March was the first month of the calendar year. Many years later, March became the third month after January and February were added.

Here are some more Interesting Facts about March:

Sunday, March 14th marks the start of Daylight Savings Time which begins at 2 am. Set your clocks an hour ahead during the Spring and Summer months.

The flower of

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Florida is known to be the “Golf Capital” of the world with over 1,400 beautiful and prestigious golf courses and growing in the state. Palm Beach County is known to have the most golf courses in the state of Florida. The county is home to over 160 golf courses both public and private and is home to some of the most famous golf courses in the world.

Golfers are drawn to the area not just for the beautiful beaches and numerous activities to do but because in South Florida golf can be played everyday due to the sunny, warm weather all year round.

The public golf courses in the area offer the same challenges on the course, with several hazards, beauty, sand traps, and water for your next golf shots.

Here are some of the County’s Public Golf Courses:

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Forbes Magazine wrote an article recently saying that West Palm Beach is the newest ‘Neighborhood to Watch’.  The city is often overlooked with its closeness to Palm Beach and Miami, but West Palm Beach is rapidly growing into the area’s most exciting neighborhoods.

The downtown area is bustling with restaurants, luxury hotels, and a dynamic shopping scene. Downtown is home to the 72 Arce Rosemary Square, formally CityPlace, that is an open-air area filled with luxury hotels, restaurants, luxury spas, and retailers.

Visitors can see that 2,000 feet of hand painted murals throughout the city painted by famous street artists like RETNA or stop by the Wishing Tree or any of the Water Pavilions located around the city. Near Rosemary Square is the new

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Countries around the world have their own unique New Years Eve and New Years Day traditions. Many of them are widely known and others get more creative while celebrating the end of one year and the beginning of a new year. This year, the holiday plans might be altered a little bit but certain holiday traditions will continue on into the new year.

Here are some interesting facts about New Years.

New Year’s Eve is America’s fourth favorite holiday. Number one is Christmas, followed by Thanksgiving, and then the Fourth of July.

In previous years more than 112.5 million people travel for New Year’s and the most popular holiday destinations in the United States are Orlando, FL, Anaheim, CA, and Honolulu, HI.

Roughly 360 million glasses of sparkling

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Palm Beach International Airport has rebranded one of its lounges for travelers coming to and from Palm Beach County. The short-lived Primeclass Lounge has transformed into the Escape Lounge at the Palm Beach International Airport.

The Escape Lounge opened its door to travelers in the B Terminal, right after the TSA Security Checkpoint on December 9th. The new lounge will have the same luxuries as Primeclass Lounge plus more. Primeclass Lounge opened in January 2020 and closed its doors in early March. Now the former Primeclass Lounge has transformed into the Escape Lounge.

The Escape Lounge is open to all travelers for $40 dollars if booked in advance or $45 dollars if paid at the door. The fee gets you unlimited food and beverages, high speed

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This holiday season, a rare ‘Christmas Star’ will light up the sky this month for the first time in 800 years. The rare shiny sighting will be visible from South Florida without a telescope and will kick off the winter solstice.

The timing lines up perfectly with the winter solstice meaning that December 21st is also the official start of the winter season. Luckily for us winter in South Florida consists of lots of sunshine and temperatures in the mid-70s to low-80s.

The last rare’ Christmas Star’ sighting happened in 1226, according to astronomers. As Jupiter and Saturn make their way around the sun the two planets will slowly grow closer together for the new few days until they are completely aligned according to NASA.  Planet alignments are rare,

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If you are still looking for something fun to do this Halloween. Here are some Halloween events and activities happening in and around Palm Beach County this weekend.

Boca Raton

A Spell on Broadway: The Wik Theater is offering three-course meal and entertainment featuring pop-culture references like Beetlejuice, Rocky Horror Picture Show, Little Shop of Horrors and more. The event runs through Halloween night.

Boynton Beach

Animal EDventure Park: The Park is hosting a kid-friendly haunted scares, a pumpkin patch, and animal encounters. The tours are available through this Sunday and cost $13 dollars per person. To make a reservation call 561-350-6948.

Delray Beach

Drive Thru Boo: On Halloween from 1 pm to 3 pm, there will be a drive-thru

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Its that time of year again for the 2020 Fort Lauderdale Boat Show. The popular boat show is in its 61st year and despite heat waves, hurricanes, and other natural causes throughout the years the annual boat show has never been cancelled.

While the number of exhibits has been slightly reduced, the show will still be the largest in-water boat show with over 1,000 exhibitors and over 1,300 boats on display to look at and tour. The boats on display range from pontoons, cruisers, fishing boats to superyachts and more. In addition to the boats, the show will feature marine products and accessories, exotic cars, brokerage yachts, and more.

Fort Lauderdale is known as the “Yachting Capital of the World” and is hosting the famous Boat Show this weekend. The

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Registered voters in the State of Florida have the opportunity to vote a few weeks early ahead of the 2020 Election. Early voting in Florida opens Monday, October 19th through Sunday, November 1st.  Hours and dates may vary based on where you live.

Early voting is when a person casts a ballot prior to Election Day at a location designated by the Supervisor of Elections. Early voting is required in any election that contains a state or federal office race. Early voting sites must be no earlier than 30 days prior to the election.

How to Vote Early:

Registered voter wishing to vote early must bring a valid photo identification and a signature identification.  Voters can vote at any early voting site within the county in which they live in.


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If you are looking for something different and exciting to do this weekend in South Florida, here is a list of fun things happening in our area.

Kane Brown: Fort Pierce

The popular country, pop singer is hosting a one-night only concert event that is being shown at the Fort Pierce Park tomorrow night. The concert will also feature Granger Smith, Jimmie Allen, and Lauren Alaina. Tickets start at $56 dollars per car and is happening Saturday, September 26th at 8:30 pm

Dine The Drive: Jupiter

The Town Center at Abacoa is hosting a month-long dining deal special at several of their restaurants. For a set price, diners can choose options from a three-course meal. The four restaurants participating in the month long special are Brick and Barrel, Das

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