e-Editions 2016

DECEMBER 2016
Front Page: “Our Body: The Universe Within” is a startling, intriguing and strangely humbling exhibit of a dozen actual human bodies at The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium. Mounts breaks ground on new garden.
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NOVEMBER 2016
Front Page: For four hours every week, seven area honors students watch, help and listen to find out if they want to be veterinarians. The inaugural West Palm Beach Arts Festival will be held Dec. 3-4.
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OCTOBER 2016
Front Page: Regional theater Palm Beach Dramaworks prides itself on doing “edgy stuff,” inspiring the company motto: Theater to think about. Oktoberfest returns for 43rd year on the 10-acre campus of the American German Club of the Palm Beaches.
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SEPTEMBER 2016
Front Page: With three of the nine sculptures featured at Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens cleaned and restored, the remaining six are awaiting donors to underwrite the work. West Palm’s Historic Northwest Neighborhood experiences summer of peace.
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AUGUST 2016
Front Page: Not only does this 5-year-old Palm Beach Gardens golfer play without a right hand, but he does so with such energy and enthusiasm that it overshadows his disability. Event to offer free school supplies to local students.
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JULY 2016
Front Page: Nearly seven years after kid reporter Damon Weaver from Pahokee became the youngest person to interview a sitting president, he’s setting his sights on college. Three MacArthur Beach State Park employees were recognized with the prestigious Award of Valor for saving two lives.
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JUNE 2016
Front Page: On the first weekend of every month the Expo Center at the South Florida Fairgrounds transforms into a massive bazaar featuring a treasure trove of history from another era. West Palm Beach does summer right.
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MAY 2016
Front Page: One year ago the street drug flakka, also known as $5 insanity, ravaged South Florida. Now it seems to have disappeared. The Palm Beach Photographic Centre unveils “Pulitzer Back Stories” on May 13, honoring the 100th year of Pulitzer Prizes.
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APRIL 2016
Front Page: The biennial garden tour sponsored by the Wellington Garden Club returns Saturday, April 9 and features five unique gardens. State to give PBSC $9 mil to complete new campus.
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2016 SUMMER CAMP GUIDE
Featuring summer camps throughout Wellington, Royal Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, Loxahatchee and Lake Worth. Includes camps specializing in the arts, tennis, theater, swimming, equestrian, golf, music, photography and more.
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MARCH 2016
Front Page: State legislators speculate on next great Floridian for Capitol statue as movement to replace Confederate leader grows. Palm Beach State College veteran to head Loxahatchee campus.
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FEBRUARY 2016
Front Page: Gay marriage is biggest Florida story of 2015, poll says. The heart and soul of West Palm Beach’s Northwest neighborhood – the Sunset Lounge – is being brought back to its glory days.
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JANUARY 2016
Front Page: Some of the world’s greatest operas from The Metropolitan Opera and the National Theatre of London can now be enjoyed live and in high definition locally, all in the comfort of The Society of The Four Arts’ 700-seat theater. With the holidays behind us, it can mean just one thing: the South Florida Fair is ready to roll into town.
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