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Fitness Through the Ages

Health and Fitness Fitness Through the Ages By Cheryl Alker Physical fitness is one of the most important factors that influence longevity in life, However, the exercise...

April Mayor’s Column

Mayor’s Column April By Mayor Anne Gerwig Spring is the season of new beginnings. We are kicking off this month in high gear, as we prepare for...

April, 2018 – Tiptoe through the Tulips with Me

April, 2018 – Tiptoe through the Tulips with Me When was the last time you tiptoed through the tulips?  Welcome to another fun month of...

What are Antioxidants?

Natural Insight What are Antioxidants? By Sabeen Faquir Antioxidants are the natural residue of unicorns, what rainbows are made of and what the Easter Bunny brought you...

Water and Sky

Living Green Water and Sky By Bryan Hayes Do you remember a time when across the skyline of pretty much any city there was a cloud of...

The Society of the Four Arts – Your Cultural Destination

Cultural Corner The Society of the Four Arts – Your Cultural Destination By Angela Shaw It was one of those picture-perfect Palm Beach days in March when...

And You Thought I Couldn’t Get Any Crankier (1)

Cantankerously Yours And You Thought I Couldn’t Get Any Crankier (1) By Wendell Abern A few days before Valentine’s Day, I awoke to see a few nurses...

Diabetes in Pets

Paws-itive Press Diabetes in Pets Cristina Anzures Diabetes, is a condition that occurs when the body can not use glucose (a type of sugar) normally. Glucose is...

Spring

Mommy Moments Spring By Melanie Lewis I recently watched an episode of American Experience on PBS about Rachel Carson. Carson’s “Silent Spring” was published in 1962. It...