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Blues at Boston's Tonight, Publix Cooking Classes This Month

Boston’s hosts “Blue Tuesdays” with food, music Tonight (April 18) kicks off Boston’s On The Beach’s Blue Tuesdays, with singers and bands and the blues. And food like garlic-braised short rib penne or marinated steak tips. And brews like Boston’s A1A IPA. Or a Nucklebuster Smash Cocktail.…
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Will Atlantic Crossing Soon Be Shovel-Ready? The Breakdown on Midtown, and More

Settlement reached   Since March 2013, the Delray Beach City Commission has regarded Atlantic Crossing as the ugly couch it inherited and had to keep. No one remains from the commission that approved the project in December 2012. Most residents who spoke at that meeting opposed Atlantic…
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West Palm Dining Events: Food Truck Safari, Specials at Pistache

Pistache’s warmer weather specials start with Moules Mondays Get your mussels on today with classic French bistro Pistache’s Moules Mondays, where it’s all-you-can-eat mussels with the purchase of any dinner entrée after 5:30 p.m. I’m a huge fan of their mussels and frites. That’s a…
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Your Week Ahead April 18-24

Literary luminaries descend on West Palm Beach, animals entertain you in Delray, and a sitcom star reinvents himself as a cabaret crooner. Plus, David Sedaris, “Waiting For Godot,” “Free Fire” and more in your week ahead. TUESDAY What: Popovich Comedy Pet Theater   Where: Crest…
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Taste of the Nation and Wine Gala Benefit Charities

Palm Beach Taste of the Nation returns to Kravis One of Palm Beach County’s largest food charity events of the year is Taste of the Nation, which benefits No Kid Hungry—and 100 percent of the profits here go to the charity, which is unusual. It’s April 20 at the Kravis Center for the Performing…
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Midtown Proposals Will Change, Dark Money in Boca, and More

The proposals for Midtown that go before the Boca Raton Planning and Zoning Board next Thursday will be different from what the board saw last December. Angelo Bianco of Crocker Partners, one of Midtown’s largest property owners, told me Wednesday that his company and others have worked with…
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Boca Mom Talk: Ideal Summer Venues for a Baby Shower

An original baby shower concept is hard to come by these days. I honestly dread the idea of cheesy games and the inevitable ‘oohing and ahhing’ over pink or blue baby clothes. And why does it take so long to open presents? Sometimes it feels like if you’ve been to one baby shower, you’ve been…
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Where the Fakawi? Ride Your Bike Through Who-Knows-Where Next Month

  The Fakawi Gravel Grinder is the annual mountain bike ride that takes local riders off-road to see remnants of Old Florida. The 50- and 30-mile routes meander through networks of levees, horse trails and abandoned farm roads. This year’s event starts at 8 a.m., Sunday, May 21, at Markham…
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Dinner and a Play in West Palm, and Drinking to Donate in Wynwood

Creative ideas are good ideas Jardin pairs with Kravis for a fun-filled night If you’re looking for a night full of good food, drinks, acting and laughter, you’re in luck. From April 12-15, the longest-running Off-Broadway romantic comedy, “Sex Tips for a Straight Woman from a Gay Man”…
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Midtown and Brightline Updates, Tragedy Hits Delray's Law Enforcement Community

Midtown update Proposed changes to Boca Raton’s Midtown area will go before the planning and zoning board on April 20. At issue, among other things, is allowing residential development where only commercial and retail are permitted. The city has designated the area, which Boca Raton annexed in…
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April and May Food and Drink Festivals

It’s Monday, and getting hotter, so you need something to look forward to. Here are two festivals on the books. Plan now, buy tickets and then count down to fun that includes good food and good drinks. May 19-21: First Après at the Beach – Aspen to Delray They’re bringing an Aspen party…
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Your Week Ahead April 11-17

“SNL” alumni perform a star-studded comedy tour, one woman recreates six seasons of “Sex and the City,” and a surf-rock legend amps it up in Fort Lauderdale. Plus, Panic! at the Disco, “Marjorie Prime,” “Rams” and more in your week ahead. WEDNESDAY What: Opening night of “Sex Tips…
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LLScene's Guide to a Delicious, Beautiful and Calming Easter Holiday

Still not sure what your plans are this Easter? Well, we’re here with Boca Mag to ensure your have a #SceneWorthy Easter in South Florida this year. Your trusted #SceneGirls are back and sharing our favorite Easter brunch, beauty and fashion spots to prepare you for one of our favorite holidays. Easter…
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Wynwood's Butcher Shop Beer Garden & Grill Opens Tonight in WPB

The Butcher Shop Beer Garden & Grill opens in WPB The first restaurant in the just-north-of-Quadrille-Street area in West Palm Beach opens today at 7 p.m.—the Butcher Shop Beer Garden & Grill. Owned by father/son team, Fred and Igor Niznik, it’s exactly what the name implies, a restaurant…
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Will De Jesus Stay, Update on Atlantic Crossing, News from Delray and Boca

“Should I stay or should I go…” Delray Beach Mayor Cary Glickstein wants to remove the “Interim” from Interim City Manager Neal de Jesus’s title. OK, but then what is he? In a city that argued for hours over a dog beach, almost everyone seems to love de Jesus. If he was popular as…
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Dress to Impress at Trainerspace This Saturday

Trainerspace, Boca's newest (sexiest) gym run by military veterans will host an All White Party at its facility in Boca Raton on Saturday from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. There will be food from Fit Foodz, cocktails and a performance by Adriana Foster and Digital Vibez, a nonprofit that helps children become…