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  • Slain Israeli teens remembered

    Slain Israeli teens remembered
    The mood was somber as more than 500 members of the community recently gathered at Oxbridge Academy in West Palm Beach to publicly honor the three slain Israeli teens, Eyal Yifrach, Gilad Shaar, and Naftali Frenkel (a dual Israeli-U.S. citizen), whose...
  • Artpop: Paper creations

    An exhibit of creative art made of paper is on display in Delray Beach. Curator Melanie Johanson put together the "From Ordinary to Extraordinary: Paper as Art" exhibit, which runs through Aug. 24 at the Cornell Museum of Art & American Culture. She...
  • Go down the rabbit hole at the Delray Beach Playhouse with summer children's theater's production of "Alice In Wonderland Jr."

    The Delray Beach Playhouse kicks off its summer children's theater July 12 with "Alice in Wonderland, Jr." The one-hour show takes the audience on a trip down the rabbit hole as Alice chases the White Rabbit, tangles with Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum...
  • Art Projects to DIY

    If you're feeling creatively blocked, try one (or all) of these suggestions and let the inspiration come to you: MUNDANE: cook/bake; do laundry; re-pot plants; check out a book, from your local library; go for a walk, sans your phone - maybe bring a...
  • Hadassah sponsors heart-health seminar

    Heart disease is the number-one cause of death among women worldwide, according to Hadassah's Heart-Health Program. Moreover, one in three women over the age of 20 has some form of cardiovascular disease. The Florida Atlantic Region of Hadassah and...
  • Boynton police chief asks community to help veteran

    Boynton police chief asks community to help veteran
    A Boynton Beach artist and veteran owes more than $9,000 in code compliance fines. Because of health and financial issues, Giovanni Caliendo, 69, is no longer able to keep his property at 916 SE First St. up to the city's code, so on Monday Police...
  • Boynton city meeting rescheduled

    Boynton city meeting rescheduled
    Boynton Beach’s regular City Commission meeting has been rescheduled.   This week’s meeting will be held on Wednesday July 16 instead of Tuesday July 15. The meetings are usually held on the first and third Tuesday of every month, but at a...
  • Where was justice for three teenagers?

    An Arab-American teenager is allegedly beaten at a protest by Israeli police which, if correct, is wrong and the State Department immediately issues a stern warning to Israel to conduct an investigation into the matter. A member of the U.S. Embassy...
  • Newspaper headlines never mention why Hamas fired rockets into Israel

    I am appalled at the manner in which your newspaper presents facts concerning events in the Middle East. On July 8, the headline reads "Israel bombs targets in Gaza Strip." Why is the cause for this action buried in the article? To define the true events,...
  • Judge rejects DUI manslaughter defendant's travel plans

    Judge rejects DUI manslaughter defendant's travel plans
    In December, Drew Blazure was allowed to visit family in New Jersey for the winter holidays despite his charge of DUI manslaughter failure to render aid in the death of a Boca Raton bicyclist. But Circuit Judge Glenn Kelley on Tuesday made it clear...
  • Boynton man's all night cocaine binge ends in standoff, deputies say

    An all night binge of cocaine, Xanax and other drugs led to a four-hour standoff between a Boynton Beach man and authorities on Monday, according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office. Deputies and Palm Springs police responded to the 4100 block...