September 2015

There are 44 blog entries for September 2015.

Superbly located in the heart of Palm Beach County midway between Boca Raton and Palm Beach Gardens, is the magnificent Wycliffe Golf and Country Club. Bordering the city of Wellington, this 600 acre resort style private community offers its resident members an exhilarating social and recreational lifestyle second to none.

From it's top of the line instruction by new head club pro Paul Rifenberg to it's top of the line ammenities, Wycliffe is one of the premier golf and country clubs in Palm Beach County. 

Wycliffe features an 80,000 square foot grand clubhouse where members gather daily to enjoy wonderful dining, first-rate entertainment and a full calendar of social activities all while overlooking the spectaculary manicured grounds of the

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Many people think of going on vacation and start singing the famous Jimmy Buffet song: “Wasting away again in Margaritaville.” Well, opening very soon is the newest Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort that resides in Hollywood, Florida that was completely inspired by the singer’s lifestyle and song lyrics!

A must see tropical lifestyle enthused oceanfront property will be taking reservations starting on October 1, 2015. This island resort will be scraping in an ample supply of tourism dollars at the start of season in South Florida! Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort is a destination for entertainment, relaxation, and a cool funky beach town vibe with plenty of unique character. The beachfront destination has an extensive amount of hospitality,

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Pull up a chair and get cozy for a night of spectacular proportions this Sunday! Across North America the night sky will show a “comic ballet” where you will be able to see a lunar eclipse. The moon will travel across the sky that will create a lunar eclipse unseen since 1982 and not to be seen again until 2033. 

A lunar eclipse like this one has only occurred five times since 1900. It has been named a “super moon.” It has been given the name super because of it is a moon in perigee- or the closest it will come to Earth in its orbit around the planet. The perigee is a monthly occurrence, however, Sunday’s perigee will mark the closest perigee of the year. According to Alan MacRobert, senior editor of Sky and Telescope Magazine, the moon will only be

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From magnificent close-up shots of manatees swimming through the inlet to stunning wedding portraits with Florida’s natural beauty in the background, Jack Bates’ breathtaking photography invokes a sense of tranquility and allure.

Jack Bates grew up in Jupiter, Florida and appreciates everything our amazing town has to offer. A Christmas present from his parents and the beautiful scenery all around him inspired Bates to learn more about the art of photography. “Since that first camera back in 2006, I have never stopped learning and researching,” Bates says. Bates began his photography career just 3 year ago, after graduating from the University of North Florida. Based in Jupiter, FL, he has combined his love for nature, art and people to produce an

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The Friends of Jupiter Beach organization “is a grassroots, volunteer-driven not-for-profit group dedicated to keeping a special section of Jupiter Beach clean & dog-friendly in northern Palm Beach County.” since 2006, the Friends of Jupiter Beach and all of their volunteers have cleaned up over 49,000 lbs. of trash off of our beaches! If you aren’t a part of this organization, join their team and make a difference!

The Friends of Jupiter Beach began in 1994 when the beloved dog beach in Jupiter was under threat of being closed. A small group of passionate, Jupiter locals banned together to change this eminent fate. The group started scheduling beach cleanups and started placing dog waste bags at the beach crossovers. Since then, the group has grown

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There is something about the sea that is magical to many, people are drawn to the sea, and they want to live by it, swim in it, and write poems about it.

When one is considering the next chapter or trajectory of where to pursue a higher education, the setting that surrounds that expanse plays a huge factor in consideration. College is about classes and degrees but also about the location where one would be spending the most important rising years of someone life. The location is vivacious, don’t you agree?!  

A compiled list of the 50 best sea-side locations for a higher education was formed on this methodology and determined the rankings:  
• Proximity to the beach (50%).
• Specific marine educational centers, degrees, or research facilities (30%).

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Fall is officially here and even though we don’t see the leaves changing or the sky getting grey, locals of South Florida love to celebrate this time of year. The weather stays mild and the skies blue and fall starts today. There is no better way to kick off the beautiful fall season than with the Jupiter Harvest Festival.

The Jupiter Harvest Festival offers its guest arts, food and an abundance of fun events for adults and children. This exciting autumn fest is taking place at the Plaza Down Under on the Riverwalk in Jupiter, Florida on October 3rd.

Make sure you bring your appetite so you can enjoy all of the delicious treats the vendors will have to offer. There will be a donut eating contest and so much more. While you stroll around the festival

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In the stunning location of Tequesta, Florida, a brand new restaurant has just opened its doors and is bringing a whole new Italian sensation to the area. This is not just your typical Italian eatery that serves normal pasta dishes; it is one of a kind place to dine where some locals say, “The dishes literally tasted so delicious, I felt like I was dining in Italy.”

Tiramisu, the name of this Italian gem, is certainly making a stir in the pot. It is situated on Tequesta Drive, in between U.S. 1 and Old Dixie Highway. Some locals may recognize that the restaurant occupies the same building that was once McCarthy’s Irish Pub, and now is a fine dining restaurant with white linen table cloths, entertainment and exceptional friendly service! For those that

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The concept of the FedEx Cup Playoffs isn't an exact science, but then again, very few things in life and sports are. The playoff system has had its issues in its young existence and for the most part, changes have been made to improve the system. 

When the FedEx Cup was first implemented in 2007, the points system was set up in a way where golfers routinely had the FedEx Cup locked up before the playoffs were even over. In 2007, the first year of the FedEx Cup Playoffs, Tiger Woods won the Cup by 12,578 points.

As a result, in 2008 the PGA Tour made rules changes to help make the playoffs more exciting. In February 2008, changes were made to allow more golfers a chance to improve their positions on the points list as the playoffs progress. The

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Palm Beach, Florida has been named the second best shopping destination in the country as a part of USA Today’s 10 Best awards, according to the Palm Beach Post.

It may be the year-round warm weather that satisfies the trend of strolling down the iconic streets of Palm Beach or the extraordinary shopping allure! From the established residents of Palm Beach to the young well-off shoppers to the fabulously prosperous that are from all over the different parts of the world, Worth Avenue is the place to grandly pamper  and dine immorally!

Palm Beach has even beat out the other shopping meccas of the United States such as New York and Chicago, for the “Best Destination for Shopaholics” award. Santa Fe, California took the top spot!

In the post about

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