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Thursday, May 23, 2024


Death of a Salesman Revival: In Tune with the Shortcomings of the American Dream

From the positive and negative aspects of love to the story of pursuing the American dream, it is a powerful performance.

The Cancellation of Lauren Fein: Another buttons-pushing play debuts at Dramaworks

The Cancellation of Lauren Fein by Christopher Demos-Brown is a fantastic play that reflects life and motivates the audience to think.

Dive into the fun at the South Florida Fair

The 112th annual celebration will showcase the diverse culture, agriculture, and industries of South Florida.

On Your Feet! arrives at the Kravis Center with world-class musicians

On Your Feet! at the Kravis Center features world-class musicians and Grammy winners.

Pig Beach Palm Beach: A new boss hog in town

Pig Beach BBQ Palm Beach is a fun and lively addition to the West Palm dining scene.

Daniel Newcomb shoots vanishing Americana in solo show at The Peach

Daniel has been creating photographic images around the world ever since he was young.

Travel Rally Day Celebrates the Future of Travel in the Palm Beaches

Equestrian Sport Productions won 30th Providencia Award.

Bow Wow! Doggy Bags art by Will Kurtz sniffs out The Square

Whimsical sculptures depict the absurdity of waste and the need to recycle.

Blockbuster backdrops blow CGI away in exhibit at Boca Museum

The exhibit features 22 scenic backdrops made for the movies between 1938 and 1968.

Best Stories from BAM Festival 2022: Storytelling. Creativity. Originality.

BAM Festival has ignited a passion for words and pictures in our community, making literature fun!

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A New Era Begins at the West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority

As Teneka James-Feaman steps into her new role, she brings a wealth of experience and a proven track record of enhancing the downtown community.

Carmela Coffee: A Hidden Gem in West Palm Beach

Discover Carmela Coffee, a cozy and pet-friendly café in West Palm Beach that offers delicious coffee and food.

From CityPlace to Rosemary Square to The Square to CityPlace again

While change is inevitable, we hope that CityPlace will always remain committed to being a symbol of community connection and cultural celebration.

Setting Sail into History: Recap of the Annual Sunset History Cruise

Recap of the Annual Sunset History Cruise, hosted by the Historical Society of Palm Beach County on the 1926 classic wooden motor yacht Mariner III.

Scott Jeffries lays down the law for art

Scott Jeffries' self-taught art has similarities to the work of Paul Klee and Purvis Young, a well-known late street artist from Miami.