e-Editions 2014

DECEMBER 2014
Front Page: Curtain rises on new arts district: The new Arts & Entertainment District in West Palm Beach will connect 20 cultural partners with free trolley transportation service. Ring in the holidays at the Palm Beach Zoo with a special breakfast with Santa and Mrs. Claus.
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NOVEMBER 2014
Front Page: Medical marijuana supporters have had a singular focus in making their case to voters: sick and suffering patients. Many backers also see the money at stake in the debate over Amendment 2. Green Market returns to Royal Palm Beach.
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OCTOBER 2014
Front Page: It’s time again to do the Chicken Dance as the American German Club of the Palm Beaches presents the 41st annual Oktoberfest. ‘Boo at the Zoo’ returns to the Palm Beach Zoo for family-friendly fun.
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SEPTEMBER 2014
Front Page: SOAKED FOR CHARITY – Ice bucket challenges to raise money and awareness for ALS are going strong in Palm Beach County. The long-anticipated Feast of the Sea seafood festival lands in West Palm Beach’s Downtown Waterfront Saturday, Sept. 13.
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AUGUST 2014
Front Page: BACK TO SCHOOL – Whether your child is in elementary school or beginning to think about college, proper planning goes a long way toward success. As the run-up to this year’s Oktoberfest, the American German Club will host the Second Annual Miss Oktoberfest Pageant Aug. 16 and the public is invited.
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JULY 2014
Front Page: In early June, Gov. Rick Scott’s veto pen spared $6 million earmarked for the first phase of Palm Beach State College’s newest campus at the corner of Southern Boulevard and B Road. The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society recently hosted a birthday party for zoo volunteer Esther Bondareff – who just turned 99 years young.
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JUNE 2014
Front Page: Six years after The Palm Beach Photographic Centre relocated to downtown West Palm Beach, its future looks very much in focus. Third Annual Craft Beer & Burger Bash returns to PGA National.
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MAY 2014
Front Page: More than 250 families with hospitalized children benefit from the affordable room-and-board of Quantum House every year. Palm Beach County lawyers to offer free help by phone for three days as part of Law Week.
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2014 SUMMER CAMP GUIDE
Featuring summer camps throughout Wellington, Royal Palm Beach, West Palm Beach and Loxahatchee. Includes camps specializing in sports, theater, equestrian, tennis, golf, music and animals.
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APRIL 2014
Front Page: Until Wellington Children’s Theatre founder Karen Braunstein can find a permanent home for her theater, all the world’s a stage. Wellington homes open backyards for garden tour thanks to the Wellington Garden Club.
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MARCH 2014
Front Page: Give local actress Candyce Tiffany Lewis 45 minutes and she’ll transport you back in time to World War II-era West Palm Beach. The King’s Academy wins state cheer competition.
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FEBRUARY 2014
Front Page: As Northwood University celebrates its 30th anniversary in West Palm Beach, new projects are on the horizon. Wellington music store voted No. 1 in nation. Royal Palm to host West Fest.
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JANUARY 2014
Front Page: By adding “Conservation Society” to its name, the Palm Beach Zoo aims to highlight much of what they do behind the scenes. Wellington Idol returns for another exciting year.
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