Sunday, December 16, 2018

Dress to Make a Mess at artNEST Delray

There’s a certain level of stress that naturally comes with young children and wet paint. I’ve felt it firsthand with my little artist at...

Reserve Now for Dine Out Downtown Delray

It’s the start of the slow season for area restaurants, which is good news for you. Because, really, it’s all about you—and eating and...

June/July/August 2018 – Delray Beach Magazine

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Delray CRA Unveils New Arts Venue in Pineapple Grove

The visual arts community of Delray Beach, which has faced the brunt of rising rents and vanishing studio space in recent years, will soon...

New City Manager for Delray, Boca Election Updates and Other News

New city manager Delray Beach residents can be proud of how their elected officials chose the city’s next CEO. In a special meeting late Tuesday afternoon,...

Post-Irma Blues, Ocean Breeze, Delray’s City Manager Woes

Hurricane gouging legal Hurricane price gouging is illegal in Florida, but the Boca Raton City Council and the Delray Beach City Commission just legalized it....
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Irma Updates (Including Debris Pick-Up), the Downtown Boca Campus and More

Debris removal Just as Florida Power & Light asked customers to be patient while the company restored electricity, officials in Boca Raton and Delray Beach...

Boca Raton Nearly Back to Normal After Irma, Debris Remains a...

Cleaning up and restoring power As of Monday morning, according to Mayor Susan Haynie, only 140 homes in Boca Raton still lacked electricity. Traffic signals...

Petrolia Announces For Mayor, Budgets in Boca and Delray and More

Petrolia's announcement Delray Beach City Commissioner Shelly Petrolia will run for mayor next March. Petrolia announced her decision this week on the TakeBackDelrayBeach Faceboook page. Petrolia...

The Facts About Midtown and Tri-Rail, Remembering Carol Hanson

Midtown in perspective There are meetings today and Wednesday about a second Tri-Rail station for Boca Raton. Discussion of the station likely will lead to...
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