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  • Free Play Reading Every Monday Night This Summer

    Free Play Reading Every Monday Night This Summer
    Best part: Every Monday night through August you can attend a staged play reading. Better part: It’s free. The Summer Theatre Fest Reading Series will play out in theaters stretching from West Palm Beach all the way to Key West, including Fort...
  • Theater summer camps in South Florida

    Theater summer camps in South Florida
    They put the camp in summer camp. Now what kind of gay boyfriend would I be if I didn't help you parents get a little breather - in a fabulous way - during the summer? Breeders need a break too. If you have young, up-and-coming talent in your home...
  • No time for retirement: Two agents for Lang Realty selling homes into their 90s

    No time for retirement: Two agents for Lang Realty selling homes into their 90s
    At 91 years old, real estate agent Claire Abrams has a time-tested strategy for selling homes. "I take customers out on the golf course," Abrams said, "and if you don't beat them too badly, you might sell them a house." Woody Gorbach, a year younger...
  • Local stages expand, from cabaret in Manalapan to performance art in Pompano

    Local stages expand, from cabaret in Manalapan to performance art in Pompano
    There’s plenty of newness locally when it comes to theater and the performing arts. Where in other cities throughout the country the scene is shrinking, here stages are expanding. Here are three new spaces and a new amateur theater troupe...
  • Lois Pope buys DeVos' Manalapan mansion for $16.2 million

    Lois Pope buys DeVos' Manalapan mansion for $16.2 million
    Philanthropist Lois Pope is moving back to Manalapan. "My old haunting grounds," she said Friday. Pope, 80, the widow of National Enquirer publisher Generoso Pope, paid $16.2 million for the ocean-to-Intracoastal mansion of Amway co-founder Richard...
  • "Rags" musical tells story of Jewish immigrants

    "Rags" musical tells story of Jewish immigrants
    “Rags” yields riches at the Plaza Theatre in Manalapan. On the whole, the musical about Jewish immigrants in 1914 — from Old World customs and assimilation to sweatshop unions and political enfranchisement — leaves you with a...
  • Eau Palm Beach committed to building on its luxury brand, execs say

    Eau Palm Beach committed to building on its luxury brand, execs say
    The Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa is operating under a new name and affiliation, but management is spreading the word that it's as ritzy as ever. The luxury property parted ways with the Ritz-Carlton Co. in July. The ownership of the landmark in Manalapan...
  • Renee Taylor show about dieting is funny despite staging

    Renee Taylor show about dieting is funny despite staging
    If you stop and think about it too long, nothing about “My Life on a Diet,” through Feb. 9 at Manalapan’s Plaza Theatre, should work. The one-woman show with Renee Taylor — who famously starred as Fran Drescher’s always-...
  • South Florida resort spas rated among best in U.S.

    South Florida resort spas rated among best in U.S.
    Several South Florida resort spas are among the best in the nation, according to readers of Condé Nast Traveler. Topping the list of the top 25 natonwide is Spa Palazzo at the Boca Beach Club at Boca Raton Resort & Club, followed by the spa at Four...
  • FASHION

    FASHION
    Ball of Cotton trunk show: Manalapan's Evelyn and Arthur boutique will host Ball of Cotton trunk shows for the California-based fashion label known for American-made, limited-edition artisanal sweaters. Most styles are hand-loomed of luxury yarns such...
  • Boca Raton play satirizes assimilation through Jewish family

    Boca Raton play satirizes assimilation through Jewish family
    “The Last Schwartz” is the best kind of mix. Engrossingly staged by Parade Productions at Boca Raton’s Mizner Park Cultural Arts Center, the play by Deborah Zoe Laufer accomplishes much in 90 minutes with a 15-minute intermission. It&...