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  • Gift of Life supporters ready for annual walk

    Gift of Life supporters ready for annual walk
    The fifth annual 5K Walk for Life takes place Sunday on the campus of Florida Atlantic University, 777 Glades Road, Boca Raton. The event, which benefits the Gift of Life Bone Marrow Foundation, a bone marrow and blood stem cell registry, raises...
  • Natural grass vs. artificial turf report available

    The final report is in, reviewing the benefits and issues of natural grass vs. artificial turf on the sports fields at Patch Reef Park. It's posted on the Greater Boca Raton Beach & Park District website at mybocaparks.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=news....
  • People on the Move: ArtServe names board members

    People on the Move: ArtServe names board members
    Promotions, hiring and recognition at South Florida employers. Construction Joe Galinis has been named president of Itasca Construction Associates Inc. Galinis has been with the firm for 28 years. He started in 1987 as a project superintendent, moving...
  • Popular Young Artist Music Series at Bonnet House kicks off Jan. 22

    Popular Young Artist Music Series at Bonnet House kicks off Jan. 22
    Bonnet House Museum and Gardens is bringing back its popular Young Artist Music Series. The concert series, in its 19th season, features young talent from regional colleges and theater groups performing at the historic Fort Lauderdale estate. It kicks...
  • Boca Raton Bowl aftermath positive

    Boca Raton Bowl aftermath positive
    Boca Raton set aside $340,000 for the inaugural ESPN Boca Raton Bowl college football game from the city's economic development fund coffers. Three, 30-second ads broadcast during the game were done in-house, and designed to expose the city to a...
  • Boca rolled out the red carpet for Marshall University

    Boca rolled out the red carpet for Marshall University
    With its band, cheerleaders, dancers and twirlers, Marshall University put on quite the show at the Mizner Park Amphitheater pep rally the evening before the inaugural ESPN Boca Raton Bowl. But it wasn't just the hoards of visitors who came in for the...
  • E is for Elephant House

    E is for Elephant House
    When his longtime mentor and celebrated children's author Edward Gorey died in 2000, Kevin McDermott grieved for one week. Then he grabbed a camera and visited the Elephant House, Gorey's home in Cape Cod, a rundown place covered in a thicket of tree...
  • FAU seeks $41.5 million overhaul of Henderson lab school

    FAU seeks $41.5 million overhaul of Henderson lab school
    Florida Atlantic University's popular K-12 laboratory schools could be in for a $41.5 million makeover. The university is asking the state for money to rebuild the A.D. Henderson University School, which serves students in kindergarten through eighth...
  • People on the Move: Goldstein Schechter Koch announces promotions in Coral Gables and Hollywood

    People on the Move: Goldstein Schechter Koch announces promotions in Coral Gables and Hollywood
    Promotions, hiring and recognition at South Florida employers. Hospitality Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association, Broward chapter installed its officers and board of directors for 2015. The officers are 2015 president,Eduardo Fernandez, Sonesta...
  • It's the holidays — and the college kids are home

    It's the holidays — and the college kids are home
    Monica Wacks, who had arrived home from college, texted her mother: Can you go to the grocery store? The first-year University of Central Florida student rattled off what she wanted: protein bread, organic macaroni and cheese, Swiss cheese and...
  • Miramar girl, 17, among FAU's graduates

    Miramar girl, 17, among FAU's graduates
    When Joan Martin took on the task of homeschooling her four children, she was forced to learn algebra, biology and other subjects that many of us have long since forgotten. "I was clueless at first," she said. But she joined homeschooling groups,...