Feature Stories

Paley Institute restores hope on a daily basis

Bar none, Paley is recognized as the most experienced limb-lengthening and deformity-correction surgeon on the planet. He has developed more than 100 innovative surgical procedures that can either save limbs from certain amputation or reconstruct limb deficiencies in patients. …

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Broadcast Journalism class launched at The King’s Academy

It’s lights, camera and plenty of action for students at The King’s Academy since the private school launched its Media Studies and Broadcast Journalism class with a state-of-the-art, in-house studio known simply as Studio 70. …

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Norton Museum of Art to undergo $60 million expansion

Norton Museum of Art Deputy Director James Hall isn’t a fortune teller, but he can’t stop glowing about the future of the West Palm Beach museum. “We’re positioned to be the primary cultural voice in South Florida for the visual arts,” he said. But who can really blame him for his enthusiasm? …

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Vegas strip invades South Florida Fair

The 2015 edition of the South Florida Fair promises a “Jackpot of Memories” with its Las Vegas-themed expo along with all the dizzying rides, decadent food and as much family-friendly entertainment as you can pack into 17 days …

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Curtain rises on West Palm Beach Arts District

Art aficionados, culture vultures, foodies and fans of fashion intent on experiencing all that West Palm Beach and Palm Beach has to offer can now see and do it all. It’s all aboard as West Palm Beach and Palm Beach, each endowed with their own cultural attractions, come together …

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In debate over medical marijuana, some see dollars

Medical marijuana supporters have had a singular focus in making their case to voters across Florida: sick and suffering patients. Many backers also see the money at stake in the debate over Amendment 2. …

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