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DECEMBER 2019
Front Page: Key West wants to ban sunscreens containing chemicals that could harm its coral reefs. Some state lawmakers want to outlaw the ban. Redesigned Clematis Street worth the wait.
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NOVEMBER 2019
Front Page: Superpowers abound at South Florida Science Center’s Superhero Exhibit. Dog racing supporters challenge amendment constitutionality.
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OCTOBER 2019
Front page: Mental health specialists say it could take months to determine Dorian’s psychological toll on the residents of the Bahamas. Ballet Palm Beach kicks off season with “Cinderella.”
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SEPTEMBER 2019
Front page: Spread by a plant-hopping insect, lethal bronzing has gone from a small infestation on Florida’s Gulf Coast to a nearly statewide problem in just over a decade. Countdown 2 Zero returns for 6th year.
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AUGUST 2019
Front page: Amid a potential nursing shortage that threatens the state’s healthcare system, Florida’s universities get creative to meet demand for nurses. “Streetcar Named Desire” kicks off Dramaworks’ upcoming season.
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JULY 2019
Front Page: As pythons eat their way across the state, there is 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 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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