e-Editions 2019

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JULY 2019
Front Page: As pythons eat their way across the state, there is strong evidence Florida’s bird, native snake and iconic alligator populations are also suffering – but there is hope. Shakespeare Festival to perform “Romeo and Juliet.”
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JUNE 2019
Front Page: The Army Corps of Engineers has been keeping Lake Okeechobee’s water level lower than usual. Some say it will save the St. Lucie and Caloosahatchee rivers from toxic algae blooms. Others claim it risks a devastating water shortage.
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MAY 2019
Front Page: British billionaire Richard Branson drew an enthusiastic crowd for the public rollout of his Virgin Group’s partnership with Brightline. Mounts Botanical Garden’s Spring Benefit raises more than $145,000.
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APRIL 2019
Front Page: After three years in development, the $2.5 million “Journey Through the Human Brain” exhibit opens at South Florida Science Center. Palm Beach Dramaworks stages August Wilson’s “Fences.”
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2019 SUMMER CAMP GUIDE
Palms West Monthly’s 2019 Summer Camp Guide serves Wellington, Royal Palm Beach, West Palm Beach and The Acreage with camp write-ups, costs, dates and other information to help parents make informed decisions.
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MARCH 2019
Front Page: Transformed Norton Museum of Art reopens to rave reviews. Palm Beach State College provost returns to her college roots.
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FEBRUARY 2019
Front Page: Measure lifting state’s minimum wage to $15 may hit 2020 ballot. President George W. Bush’s art exhibit opens at Four Arts. Who wants to learn how to play Pickleball?
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JANUARY 2019
Front Page: Do you have what it takes to be a Zero Waster? The 4th Annual “Hero’s Toast” Champagne Brunch raised $35,000 for Forgotten Soldiers Outreach.
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