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  • 'Hooray for Hollywood' to cap concert season Sunday

    Vince Zabik is comfortable at the keyboards and sings, so he's a regular in the Community Cabaret at Willow Theatre. He was curious when complete strangers, maestro Lorraine Marks-Field and manager Bob Field approached him to sing with their orchestra....
  • Calvary Chapel takes comfort in Easter's message of hope, healing

    Calvary Chapel takes comfort in Easter's message of hope, healing
    As South Florida enters the holiest week on the Christian calendar, the Easter message of hope, healing and rebirth is resonating with new insight for the parishioners of Calvary Chapel. Still reeling from the sudden departure of its popular founder,...
  • Program features superheroes in training

    Local youngsters were recently read stories about superheroes and tested with fun exercises before earning Superhero ID cards. The program, staged at the Hagen Ranch Road Branch Library west of Delray Beach, started with a reading of "Do Superheroes...
  • Goldstein refuses to see governor's good work

    Op-ed columnist Stephen Goldstein recently wrote a scathing piece about Gov. Rick Scott. But on March 26, business writer Marcia Heroux wrote an article, "Florida's recovery leads US." In it, she comments how Florida is experiencing an increase in tax...
  • Boca appoints newcomer to cultural board over community activist

    Boca appoints newcomer to cultural board over community activist
      Some have thought that  Boca’s Mizner Park Cultural Arts Center should be on the map as the place for a swinging, eclectic feast of music, visual art and theater as Delray Beach’s Arts Garage is. The city, after all, owns the 90,000...
  • Many faiths join to celebrate Earth Day

    Many faiths join to celebrate Earth Day
    A coalition of religious groups will gather in West Boca on Saturday on an ambitious mission: to save the Earth. The groups say they are taking small steps toward a sustainable and socially just planet, starting with a performance on Saturday of...
  • Delray boy, 10, missing since Wednesday found safe, police say

    UPDATE: The ten-year-old boy from Delray Beach missing since Wednesday has been found, Delray Beach Police said. Taye Watson was found at Orchardview Elementary School by School Board Police Department, police said. The mother of Taye Watson told...
  • Popular SoLita Las Olas restaurant closing, relocating

    One of Las Olas Boulevard's more popular restaurants is leaving the street by the end of the month. SoLita Las Olas will serve its last meal April 27 and reopen elsewhere in Fort Lauderdale this fall, said Steven Dapuzzo, director of new business...
  • Don't impose your abortion views on others

    Regarding the March 27 article, "House Committee moves abortion bill forward": What happened to the 1973 Supreme Court ruling in Roe v. Wade? Are we supposed to forget the ruling and tell women, "Sorry, but it is no longer your choice whether you...
  • Gambling bills are off the table, House speaker says

    Gambling bills are off the table, House speaker says
    TALLAHASSEE — House Speaker Will Weatherford put a lid on any gambling legislation this session, including a proposal that would require tracks to report greyhound injuries and deaths. "I would say at this point the lights are out," Weatherford,...
  • Woman arrested for calling 911 with no emergency

    A Delray Beach woman was arrested for calling 911 and making up a story about her husband hitting her, then calling 911 again, according to police. Stacey Vuono, 38, was charged with making a false 911 call after she told police just after 2 p.m. on...