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The What the Punk Fest goal is to provide secure spaces, with dance and music being the common denominator, to as many people as possible regardless of sexuality, gender, age, race, or experience level. Concluding the year's outreach, What the Punk Fest weekend, is scheduled for October 1-3, 2020.

This is Florida’s 1st and only International Gay Urban Dance Festival. What the PUNK is a rare and bona fide resource for education and preservation of urban dance cultures born in the 60s, the 70s, 80s, and today. It explores how they are done, and how to teach them. Guest instructors and performers are innovators of their craft. It serves as once-in-a-lifetime access to these dance icons, to learn from them firsthand, and express their personal growth

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The Palm Beaches are home to the best beaches in Southeast Florida.  Nearly 30 tropical beach parks span 47 miles along the Atlantic Ocean, from Jupiter to Boca Raton. Explore all the beautiful sandy shores and find your perfect beach whether you are looking for a beach to let your dog run, surf, picnic or just sit under a coconut tree and read a book.

The Palm Beaches are home to top beach towns, top beach resorts, and top-rated beaches in the area. After all, we have “beach” in our name. With 47 miles of pristine Atlantic coastline and expanses of gilded sand to pick from, it would be impossible to name the best beach. Instead, here's a list of some of our favorite white sand beaches for sun and fun so you can decide which oceanfront strand gets

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The Palm Beach Photographic Centre is a hidden gem in Southeast Florida! The museum is in the heart of downtown West Palm Beach, at 415 Clematis Street. The five thousand square-foot museum gallery is respected throughout the United States, offering world-class exhibits and a free museum experience for all. Throughout the year, the museum exhibitions explore the entire spectrum of photography, from the historic to the forefront.

The Palm Beach Photographic Centre is presenting a Juried Exhibition opening on August 27, 2022, and through October 29, 2022. This exhibit provides a glimpse into the diverse work and the unique perspectives of the members of the Palm Beach Photographic Centre. Admission is FREE. There is an In Person Opening Night

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Summer in Southeast Florida would not be complete without a watermelon cocktail or mocktail around the pool. Enjoy summer light cocktails before they lose their enticing coolness. Sizzling summer temperatures call for a batch of refreshing drinks. Whether enjoyed poolside, on the boat, at the beach, or on the front porch, fresh and flavorful, watermelon cocktails can help keep you cool.

Capture that sweet taste of summer in a fresh watermelon martini. The recipe uses fresh juice, which is easy to make in the blender, or you can go the low-tech route and mash it up with a muddler. Choose a great vodka and be sure to use fresh lime juice and homemade simple syrup. Shake it all up, and you will have the freshest, fruitiest martini possible.

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Southeast Florida anglers catch more than 84 percent of the nation's supply of grouper, pompano, mullet, stone crab, pink shrimp, spiny lobsters, and Spanish mackerel. Seafood is sustainable when the population of that species of fish is managed correctly. There are wonderful and delectable seafood restaurants all across the Palm Beaches.

Listed below are three top favorites.

The "Seafood Bar" at The Breakers Palm Beach

Located within the iconic Breakers Palm Beach is the Seafood Bar, the seafood bar truly deserves its reputation as an unforgettable dining experience. Featuring a beautiful aquarium bar, nautical yacht theme and a to-die-for view of the Atlantic, this is the place for freshly caught and freshly prepared seafood dishes. The

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A sweet tea sangria combines two of the Palm Beach County favorite things, sweet tea, and wine. A traditional Spanish libation, sangria is a wine-based “punch.”  It includes seasonal fruit, a sweetener, brandy, and sometimes a splash of soda water, Sprite, juice, or tea.

Wine takes the center stage in this pitcher cocktail, so choose a wine that is fruity but dry, has good acidity, and is lower in tannins, then just add some sweet tea in place of soda water and pour over ice.

All you will need to make it is sweet tea, white wine, raspberries, peaches, and mint for a garnish. This sweet tea sangria recipe will quickly become of your favorites. Whenever you have fresh summer fruit lying around, whip up a quick batch of sweet tea and mix it with a

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The Brightline rail system was first launched in 2018, with service between West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale before extending south to Miami, giving both residents and visitors a faster, car-free alternative for exploring all three Southeast Florida.

As you enter a Brightline station for the first time, it is noticeable that this rail experience is unique. The facilities are expansive, innovative, flooded with natural light, splashes of Brightline's yellow branding, and a fresh, citrusy scent fills the air. For pre-or post-trip cocktails, each Brightline station has a full bar.

Brightline offers two types of tickets: Smart and Premium. After going through a brief security screening, passengers can scan their tickets using a QR code on their

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Southeast Florida is filled with top art destinations where aspiring artists can unleash their creativity. The Palm Beaches’ leading art schools are open and willing to guide ambitious artisans to achieve their vision.

Armory Art Center is established in a magnificent 1939 Art Deco building, just south of downtown West Palm Beach. It offers a rich local history. It was once the site of a municipal market at the turn of the 20th century. The building served as a National Guard Armory and popular community event space before opening as an art school in 1987. Today, the nonprofit art center features three buildings of artist studios humming with activity, with locals taking part in classes and open workshops.

The Lighthouse ArtCenter is in the

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Yesterday we honored may fallen heroes, wearing a red poppy, lowering the flag to half-staff, and observing a minute of silence at 3:00 pm. It is also important to honor the service animals that have given their lives in supporting our great nation. We ask that Southeast Floridians think of the trained service dogs and remember them as well.

Before it became a federal holiday in 1971 and its observance moved to the last Monday in May, Memorial Day was called Decoration Day and took place on May 30th. This year, the last Monday in May falls on the original Decoration Day date.

The roots for Decoration Day go back to shortly after the Civil War when citizens paid local tributes to those who had died. In 1868, Maj. Gen. John A. Logan, commander in

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Florida has seen an influx of new residents during the pandemic. In 2020, 167% more people were moving into the state than those moving out., according to the 2022 Migration Report.

Floridians already knew that this is one of the best states to live in and now U.S. News & World Report has confirmed it! Florida ranked No. 10 in U.S. News & World Report’s rankings of best states in the country. 

Southeast Florida is an excellent place to raise a family. Top school districts coupled with countless educational and recreational activities ensure children can stay active and engaged year-round. Florida’s southeast coast is home to some of the nation’s most sought-after beaches and preserves, which are frequented by residents and vacationers year-round

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