Feature Stories

Loxahatchee Groves PBSC campus to break ground in October

Erin Franklin is a full-time nursing student at Palm Beach State College in Lake Worth. Her husband David, who attends part-time, has about 18 months to go to earn his associate’s degree. The Franklins live at the edge of The Acreage in Royal Palm Beach with their two sons, Drew, 8, and Connor, 6. …

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Palm Beach Photographic Centre future in focus

Marjorie Neu discovered Palm Beach Photographic Centre more than 10 years ago, never fathoming that it would end up being a life-changing encounter. Neu, who had always appreciated photography, chose a profession in social work and education. But after retirement she started shooting …

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Quantum House offers comforts of home to families in need

Eight-year-old Angel Carbajal is all smiles – twisting and turning a custom wheelchair around every corner of the well-appointed kitchen in the Quantum House. Angel’s mom, Monica Carbajal, breathes a sigh of relief, knowing the boy …

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For Wellington Children’s Theatre, all the world’s a stage

The girls eagerly arrive for rehearsal at the Wellington Children’s Theatre, some with Starbucks cups in their hands, others with backpacks slung over their shoulders and one with a furry costume on. They enter the glass doors of …

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Palms West Monthly’s 2014 Summer Camp Guide

Palms West Monthly's 2014 Summer Camp Guide

Summertime is fast approaching and it’s never too early to start thinking about matching your child’s interests to just the right camp. Remember however, summer camp is also the perfect opportunity to …

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West Palm’s Historic Trolley Tours helps drive
downtown business

Uniformed schoolgirls enter the doors of St. Ann’s on Olive Avenue. The owner of The Hut on Flagler Drive serves hamburgers and root-beer floats to teenagers driving convertibles. Servicemen departing for duty from the train station on Tamarind Avenue wave and whistle. That’s what actress …

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