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  • FOOD

    FOOD
    Feast of the Sea Chef's Challenge Series: "Fierce" may describe the seafood showdown unfolding Wednesday night at Delray Beach's Salt 7 Steakhouse and Sushi Restaurant (32 SE Second Ave.). The third in a monthly series of chef-versus-chef battles...
  • City commissioner gracious under fire

    On July 1, Delray Beach City Commissioner Jordana Jarjura spoke eloquently and passionately at the commission meeting about her role as an elected official. She explained why she voted that evening in favor of changing the zoning of a piece of the Old...
  • New efforts to loosen parking pinch in downtown Boca

    New efforts to loosen parking pinch in downtown Boca
      The war on parking scofflaws in downtown Boca Raton is going high-tech. The city will use license plate recognition software to replace the old-fashioned tire-chalking that used to determine which cars are sitting in the same spot beyond legal...
  • Lights, camera, action in Delray Beach

    Lights, camera, action in Delray Beach
    Delray Beach, get ready for your close-up. The city is set to star as the backdrop in a feature film called "After Midnight." The film is produced by Delray Beach-based media group Brave Man Media. Cameras are slated to shoot in Delray's Artists Alley...
  • Alligator Alley rest stop to open in August

    Q: When will the new rest stop at mile marker 63 on Alligator Alley be completed and open? Bernie Conti, Davie A: The rest area, which will include a new base for rescue workers, should re-open by the end of August. It's located about 13 miles west of...
  • Compulsive gambling conference in Orlando

    Compulsive gambling conference in Orlando
    The National Council on Problem Gambling is Friday and Saturday in Orlando, where experts in the treatment of problem gambling will gather from around the country and abroad.    Their focus: best practices, research and treatment developments, with...
  • Palm Beach Jews say travel plans to Israel continue

    David Pratt, of Delray Beach, was sleeping the first time he heard a siren shrieking through the walls of his Tel Aviv hotel. Following instructions being broadcast in English, he quickly got dressed and grabbed his cellphone, heading to the stairwell...
  • PARTY

    PARTY
    Sushi & Stroll: The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens' monthly garden party is fond of alliteration, but doesn't go far enough. Other highlights of the event include the sunset and sake. Sushi & Stroll is 5:30 -8:30 p.m. Friday (returning Aug. 8 and...
  • Magic show delights a big crowd at library

    Beginning with a handful of cut-up newspaper, Brent Gregory complained that someone had torn his morning paper into small pieces. Using some magic and deft sleight of hand, Brent the Magician put the newspaper together into a full-sized edition to the...
  • Local man hopes to create thriving music scene

    Phil Barnes was attending Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, but devastating news caused him to rethink his path. In June 2013, Barnes' older brother died after undergoing surgery at age 23. He was struck by a drunk driver while riding his bike...
  • THEATER

    THEATER
    "The Life": If you're of a certain age, then you might remember when Times Square was not so "Disney-fied." As a matter of fact, right up through the 1980s the area around 42nd Street was populated by pimps, prostitutes, addicts, dealers, runaways and...