There’s a new hot spot in town: West Palm Beach’s Warehouse District. Aside from the incredible food and clothing vendors at Grandview Public Market, Elizabeth Avenue Station is serving us yet another sample of what to expect with the area’s revival. The space is just south of Clematis and encompasses a series of seasonal markets, workshops, and events that showcases our local talent. It provides opportunities to the city and its people, and helps cultivate and grow the community and its art. The Station is bursting at the seams with creativity and is now attracting South Floridians far and wide.
Many Floridians can expect higher energy bills over the summer. We crank up the air conditioning as temperatures skyrocket, washing machines are put to good use with extra loads of bathing suits and towels, and, during the afternoon showers, kids spend all day on their electronics. However, with a little preparation, you can save energy and money in your home. Here are 7 tips that allow you to cut down on utility costs throughout the summer:
If there was ever a time to move to Palm Beach County, it is now. There are plenty of reasons to buy a house or condo in the area. If you want to live in a city with lovely weather, sandy beaches, and diverse culture, but cannot afford the high cost of living in Fort Lauderdale or Miami, West Palm Beach may be perfect for you! The vibrant area rests along the Intracoastal Waterway and offers an urban lifestyle full of great shops, eateries, and nightlife. With breathtaking views and no shortage of things to do, it is no wonder Palm Beach County attracts people of all ages. If you need more convincing, here are a few more things you need to know about life in the Palm Beaches.
Gumbo Limbo Nature Center is a coastal and marine experience that is not to be missed! Located in Boca Raton, Gumbo Limbo offers 20 acres of beauty that provides refuge to many varieties of plants and animals. Enjoy a walk on the boardwalk, get up close and personal with thousands of fish in the aquariums, relax in the butterfly garden, visit with the turtle patients in the rehab facility, and enjoy the tranquility of nature, right here in our backyard!
Jupiter is home to over 3.4 miles of breathtaking beaches along its coastline. Thanks to the Gulf Stream, the ocean’s temperature is in the upper 70-degree range year-round, which is perfect for swimming, snorkeling, paddle boarding, or simply relaxing. Jupiter’s beaches are known for their crystal-clear waters and shores teeming with natural dunes, mangroves, and sea grape trees. Here is a list of some of our favorite spots for fun in the sun so you can decide which strand of oceanfront gets your top spot.
If you live in or near Jupiter and love handmade sweet treats using the finest ingredients, then you must meet Nina of Nina’s Fresh Bakery and Matty from Matty’s Gelato Factory. Both of these culinary artists keep Jupiter and the surrounding area smiling. Read on for [...]
It’s a Grillin’ Affair you don’t want to miss. Mark your calendar for July 13th because after seven amazing battle years, the BBQ Grills are firing up again for the 8th Annual Boca Burger Battle Competition in Sanborn Square Park in downtown Boca Raton.
The Palm Beach Shakespeare Festival is proud to present another enchanting summer of Shakespeare under the stars. The 29th year of Shakespeare by the Sea brings the timeless take of star-crossed lovers with “Romeo and Juliet.”
Palm Beach County is celebrating the fourth of July in a star-spangled way! Enjoy summer’s favorite holiday with these fun and festive events. Don’t forget to wear your red, white, and blue!
As schools close, and the calendar turns to summer with longer days and balmy nights, Jupiter and Palm Beach Gardens celebrate with two free concert series. Pull up a lawn chair or a blanket, pack a cooler with some snacks and beverages, and sing along to your favorite tunes.
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