e-Editions 2017

JULY 2017
Front Page: The Florida Trail is one of 11 national scenic trails in the U.S. created by Congress that stands as a dare to hikers to travel deep into the heart of the state. Meet West Palm Beach’s Philosophers Club.
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JUNE 2017
Front Page: Area artists put creative spin on Aesop’s Fables. The King’s Academy in West Palm Beach proudly unveiled its new 23,000-square-foot Page Family Center for Performing Arts in May.
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MAY 2017
Front Page: County commissioners consider special tax for Trump’s Mar-a-Lago visits. Check out what’s new at SunFest as the music and arts festival returns to West Palm Beach’s Downtown Waterfront May 3-7.
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APRIL 2017
Front Page: Thirteen years after a 2004 feasibility study and $30 million later, the Dennis P. Gallon Campus of Palm Beach State College has officially opened in Loxahatchee Groves. Intellectual comedy comes to Dramaworks.
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2017 SUMMER CAMP GUIDE
Featuring summer camps throughout Wellington, Royal Palm Beach, West Palm Beach and Loxahatchee. Includes camps specializing in the arts, tennis, swimming, equestrian, golf, music, photography and more.
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MARCH 2017
Front Page: Since Donald Trump’s election, activists have pressured charities such as the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute to move or cancel their galas planned for Mar-a-Lago. FPL’s Manatee Lagoon turns one year old.
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FEBRUARY 2017
Front Page: South Florida is home to some of the country’s oldest animals who live in the spotlight in our area’s zoos and entertainment parks. John Prince Park to host 18th Annual Garlic Fest.
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JANUARY 2017
Front Page: The death of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro in late November offers Cubans throughout South Florida a hope for change. The 2017 South Florida Fair brings its own version of Mardi Gras to life with a New Orleans theme Jan. 13-29.
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