It's getting close. The workweek is almost over. What on earth can you do with all of that free time? Well, fret not, friends. This weekend brings along a number of food-related events to keep you out of trouble. Or not. Check out the special events featuring Oktoberfest, beauty queens, Korean danci ... More >>
Ever wish you could dress up like a Ninja Turtle and actually be rewarded for it? Well, now is your chance...This Thursday, Clematis by Night and Aaron Wormus -- AKA "A Guy on Clematis" -- are hosting a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Bar Crawl in preparation for the first annual Palm Beach Craft Beer F ... More >>
Summer in West Palm Beach has just gotten a little cooler with the announcement of the first ever Palm Beach Craft Beer Festival. On July 28 from 4 - 9 p.m., head over to the Meyer Amphitheatre and sample as much brewski as you want from a mind (and gut) boggling selection of over 100 craft be ... More >>
Care about the health of local waters? Got beef with how the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary is being managed? Don't want to see the Atlantic turned into a barren, polluted wasteland?Then pay attention to what The Nature Conservancy and the Surfrider Foundation are doing this week.
Singer Island just can't hold on to its sand. A decade of repeated efforts to stanch beach erosion there have failed, according to a report filed with the Palm Beach County Board of Commissioners.The board will consider a proposal tomorrow to review plans for "perpendicular structures along Singe ... More >>
Remember Garbage Island - that floating, toxic mass of plastics rumored to be twice the size of Texas? Yeah, well it's still out there swimming somewhere between San Francisco and Hawaii and getting bigger every day. If this isn't enough to make you want to go postal the next time someone asks ... More >>
flickr user: neeta lindBy the end of today, Florida drivers could have a new design option for their license plate: an image of a surfer inspired by the 60s surf flick, The Endless Summer. The state legislature is expected to OK a bill authorizing the new plate. Sounds pretty rad, right? But some ... More >>
For years now, the Surfrider Foundation, the Snook Foundation, and the City of Lake Worth have been fighting the Town of Palm Beach over its dream of renourishing a section of beach known as Reach 8. In 2005, the town asked for a permit to fill in the eroding beach with sand taken from offshore. The ... More >>
Our waterways need work - that's where you come in.
He jams out too.
Three! Three! Three surf clubs for you!
Letters for February 2, 2001
Dania Beach cramps the style of its board-riding bunch
The NRG 2000 East Coast Summer Tour