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    Is condo living for you?

    By Cierra M. Robinson | September 3, 2021

    The best questions to ask before choosing your new condo and the Surfside tragedy According to Reuters, Shell-holes appeared by the pool deck and just above a garage next to the 1981 Champlain Towers South structure. Two cavities in these earthen structures began a partial building collapse, leaving 98 residents dead and a postapocalyptic heir... Read More

    Jupiter Celebrity Owned Restaurants: 1000 North Meets The Woods

    By Cierra M. Robinson | August 19, 2021

    Two of the greatest forces in sports history take a quantum leap restaurateur glory– with a slam dunk and a whole in one respectively. The living icons Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods did just that, opening their equally legendary, palate-tingly haunt homes in Jupiter’s back yard. 1000 North is waterfront overlooking the Jupiter Inlet and... Read More

    Membership Community Spotlight: The Club At Ibis

    By Cierra M. Robinson | July 27, 2021

    Photo By The Club At Ibis A sanctuary, a sacred space, seclusion, and safety, The Club At Ibis is loaded with everything you need for a life you don’t have to vacation from. Three private Nicklaus golf courses–check, premiere cuisine all remarkably distinct, homey, and set to adorn your palette with lavish flavors–check, and a... Read More

    Where are the top 5 marinas in Jupiter?

    By Cierra M. Robinson | April 22, 2021

    What’s living in paradise without having a functional and safe marina to dock your boat? Or a gorgeous ocean to sail whenever you feel compelled. We’re listing the top 5 marinas that check all the boxes providing shelter from wind, low boat traffic, easy land access, dock utilities, security, and other exclusive amenities. Read More

    Where are the 3 best public golf courses in Palm Beach Gardens and North Palm Beach?

    By Cierra M. Robinson | April 20, 2021

    Palm Beach Gardens is still the epicenter of golf. You want to be amongst the best of the best and rub shoulders with champions of the game? Maybe you’ll even settle for a drive on the same green they stood on. Whatever your reason for being in the golf city, here are the best and... Read More

    Where are the 3 best public golf courses in Jupiter?

    By Cierra M. Robinson | April 20, 2021

    Let’s be honest, you’re not thinking about moving your wife to Jupiter for the Treasure Coast. You’re moving her here (or maybe she’s moving you) for good golf but not just any golf. You want crazy close access to the best public golf courses in Jupiter, Florida. How better to do that than to be... Read More

    From Glamour to Gators: Five Things to See in West Palm Beach

    By Heather Hernandez | January 1, 2021

    Whether you’re a native Floridian or a prospective one, there’s always something new to discover in the wonderful city of West Palm Beach. Settled in 1894, West Palm Beach is sitting pretty at 126 years old with a history to match. Here’s a list of the top five things to see and do in the... Read More

    4 Homemade Ornaments that Hearken Back to Simpler Times

    By Heather Hernandez | December 1, 2020

    People have really geared up for the holidays this year, and it comes at no surprise considering the year we’ve had. The ingenuity of the American spirit persists despite obvious limitations, and that sure is noble. To hearken back is an old-timey way of saying to remember, to recall, or to think back on. The... Read More

    Home for the Holidays: 4 Southern “Floribbean” Recipes to Try This Holiday Season

    By Heather Hernandez | November 1, 2020

    Traditional Southern cooking in the United States comes in many unique and distinct styles across various regions, but perhaps no other style of Southern cuisine matches the ingenuity that is the “Floribbean” style of cooking. A mash-up between “Floridian” and “Caribbean,” this style of cooking offers a tropical twist on traditional Southern dishes, combining the... Read More

    Poltergeists and Playhouses: The Top Spookiest Places in Palm Beach County

    By Heather Hernandez | October 2, 2020

    With Halloween fast approaching, it’s not unusual for curiosity regarding the dark and macabre to arise. Although October festivities this year will be different thanks to Coronavirus, there’s no doubt that the ingenuity and perseverance of Floridians will ensure a memorable Halloween. In the great spirit and tradition of sharing ghost stories, let’s explore some... Read More

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