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Spring is just around the corner here in the Palm Beaches. Spring-cleaning and decluttering go hand in hand, and with warmer weather on its way, it’s time to get a jump start on decluttering. If you are trying to sell your house, an organized closet, not one overstuffed with unwanted items, is important.

If you have a home in Jupiter it’s time to bring out the bathing suits, caftans and beach cover-ups. Put away the cold weather clothing.  If you live in Palm Beach County you know we only get a handful of sweater days there shouldn’t be much to organize. No more need to wear socks with flip flops…lol.

It is important to declutter your house, it will appear to have more storage space. Most potential buyers want to feel like they can effortlessly

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South Florida is known as the Sunshine State, nonetheless it has its share of sun showers.  South Florida weather is tropical, breezy and warm all year long! It's considered semi-tropical or anequatorial climate which means the weather in South Florida is that of a tropical environment.  If you need a raincheck for a beach outing postponed by an afternoon shower, try something enchanted and mythical.

When it comes to mermaid history, there is historical evidence that mermaids are real. Before you doubt the evidence, keep in mind that more than 95% of the ocean has never been explored by humans. Could mermaids be hiding in the deep sea?

For centuries, there have been tales of beautiful mermaids seducing sailors with their songs and countless

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South Florida loves the arts!  The Art in State Buildings Program attains artwork for new public facilities built within the Sunshine State with state funding. This program requires “that up to .5% of the construction appropriation be set aside to acquire artwork for permanent display in, on or around the facility”.

The Florida Division of Cultural Affairs is Florida's state arts agency and the division feels culture builds Florida. Arts and culture support jobs, tourism and education while contributing to an exciting South Florida.  The Division of Cultural Affairs provides programs, funds, and other resources including grants for: arts in education, museums, theater, dance, and other visual arts programs.

Since the program began in 1979, more

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February is the month for love and romance as well as one of the busiest times for tourism in South East Florida. It's understandable since the average daily temperature reaches 70 degrees Fahrenheit and it is a popular destination for a break from the blistering cold up north. Many visitors fall in love with the area and ultimately buy a home.

February can be the toughest of winter months in the Northern United States to cope with the elements. The excitement of the first winter snow has long faded, but there's still a month to go before spring begins. The Valentine month marks the home stretch. It is the last schlep through snow-filled sidewalks and wind chills that make us want to stay in under the covers.

The abundant beaches in Delray Beach

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If you are looking for an elegant escape for Valentine’s Day, consider Eau Palm Beach Resort and Spa, 100 South Ocean Boulevard, Manalapan, will surely melt your sweethearts’ heart. Escape to romance with your special someone at the intimate ocean retreat. The sophisticated resort is situated on a private beach on seven acres of the Atlantic Ocean coast with breathtaking ocean views and lush tropical gardens,

The AAA Five Diamond and Forbes Five-Star Resort has been recognized as one of Florida’s top resorts in 2015 and 2016 by Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards.  Upon check-in, guests are escorted to luxurious rooms designed by Jonathan Adler. Many of the suites feature private balconies with hanging chairs to relax and delight in the

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A home furniture and décor superstore, At Home, is expanding into Palm Beach County by locating shop in the former Gander Mountain building off Northlake Boulevard, North Palm Beach, this spring. The next big box superstore moving into the Palm Beaches is aiming for an April 4, 2019 spring opening

It’s understood that furniture and home décor have the potential to be expensive. Spending big bucks on your home’s décor may cost you a small fortune.   Most believe the cost will pay off and might even be one of the best decisions you will make. Investing in interior design may demand a lot of your time and energy, but its transformation from blah to beautiful may be worth it.  As we know, our home is our sanctuary.

At Home is a big box retail chain

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The new United States Polo Association Clubhouse was opened January 26 for the 2019 equestrian season with rave reviews. The clubhouse, located at 3667 120th Avenue South, Wellington is a unique experience for their clothing brands to be showcased. The designs are inspired by the sport of kings and the shop offers merchandise from the USPA's official licensed brands, U.S. Polo Association and Gauntlet of Polo.

Polo is considered amongst the oldest organized sports ever played. It was a sport played by royals and noblemen. In 1876 the sport emerged from England and introduced in the United States.  It didn’t take long for America to take a liking to the sport. Throughout the twentieth century, enthusiasm for the sport was rampant.  During the decades

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The 44th Annual Greek Food & Wine Fest is slated for February 15 – 17, 2019 at St. Catherine's Greek Fest, 110 Southern Boulevard, West Palm Beach.  The location is at the corner of Southern Boulevard and Flagler Drive.

According to an expert source, Greeka.com in the Greek culture, food and wine is an important aspect of life, family and friends. The Greek food and wines are famous for their good quality and remarkable taste. Some dishes are shared all around the country, whereas some other delicacies are local culinary specialties and can be found only in a specific region or Greek island.

Sample a variety of Greek food and wines, as well as enjoy the people watching. Live music and entertainment throughout the weekend with a Greek orchestra band

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 The husband-and-wife team behind the popular Yakitori Sake House in Boca Raton have opened a much bigger restaurant just a few miles away. Tina Wang and Jason Zheng held the grand opening for Saiko-i Sushi Lounge & Hibachi in late 2018.

Saiko-I is located in The Shoppes at Village Pointe  and comes with very reputable history.  The corner location was home to the very popular Gatsby’s Bar for more than 20 years. Now Jason and Tina are making their own history at Saiko-i.  This over 7,000 square foot space has 11 Hibachi tables, a sushi lounge, seafood bar, indoor/outdoor bar and quaint patio! The restaurant has a beautiful ambience and the food is quite delicious.

With Jason as the master of sushi and sashimi and Tina guiding customers through a

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 Martin County’s Kai-Kai Farm, located at 8006 S.W. Kanner Highway, Indiantown, FL 34956, is the largest vegetable garden in the county.   Kai-Kai Farm makes its home on 40 acres of mother nature’s beauty in western Martin County.  The picturesque farm is surrounded by charming pastures and soaring eucalyptus trees, rows of vegetables run extensively with brussels sprouts, beans, broccoli, and 80 other assortments of grown-in-the-ground vegetables.  This farm is sought out by chefs and discriminating home cooks.

Carl Frost and Diane Cordeau are the owners of Kai Kai Farm.  At the time when they first met, the two University of Florida lab technicians with the Indian River Research and Education Center fell in love and married in 1988. It was a match

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