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August, 2011 – Summer Swap Meet

The Wellington Marketplace will be the home of a big swap meet on Saturday, August 6th and everyone is invited to participate…either as a seller or a buyer.

2017 WEF Begins

2017 WEF Begins By Lois Spatz   The Winter Equestrian Festival 2017 season at Palm Beach International Equestrian Center and the Adequate Global Dressage Festival have begun....

June, 2010 – Interviews with Lisa Loeb and Marco Ramirez

City Theatre’s Summer Shorts Festival   Interviews with Songwriter Lisa Loeb and Playwright Marco Ramirez   By Marla E. Schwartz     This summer marks the 15h Anniversary Season for Miami’s...

September, 2015 – The 1st Annual Surf Dog Classic

The first annual Hang 20 Surf Dog Classic was a beautiful morning of dog surfing, demonstrations and fundraising for Furry Friends in Jupiter. And yes, there will definitely be a 2nd Annual event too, says President of Furry Friends Animal Adoption Clinic Patricia DeShong.

10 Tips for Taking Action on Your Big Ideas!

10 Tips for Taking Action on Your Big Ideas! by Travis Thomas and Donald Kelly     It’s easy to think that living your passion, bringing an idea...

The Battle of Two Cakes at Toojay’s

https://youtu.be/G0U_C8XGd7c The Case For Two Pieces Of Cake On One Plate By Frannie Sheridan The Flufendorfs of New Jersey had been happily married for twenty-four years. To...

November, 2010 – The Naked Stage

AW Story of the Month The Naked Stage By Marla E. Schwartz   Three shining stars. Three shining stars of the utmost significance. That's what I think about...

August, 2009 – Facebook Tips

What is Facebook? And how can I use it for personal vs. business uses? "Facebook is a social utility that connects people with friends and others...

September, 2014 – Alex Shaw, Overflowing with Talent

Alex Shaw has been playing guitar for just about six years, but he has come as far as some adult guitarists will ever travel in their musical success.

“Do the Right Thing,” an essay by Jaydon Hood

"Do the Right Thing" By Jaydon Hood 7th Grade Crestwood Middle School "Pop, pop, pop, pop" the sound of guns firing and people screaming. "Pop, pop, pop" more...