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These days, staying in is the new going out and what better way to enjoy a night at home is to have some fun.  Being at home is a creative way to mix up your routines and try something new. 

Here are our top things to do at home.

1. Board Games and Puzzles

Whether its playing Chess, Twister or putting together a 1,000 piece puzzle, board games and puzzles are a great way to keep your brain active and keeps you thinking. 

2. Baking

Research has shown that baking is a way for people to relieve stress and what better way to do so then with a tasty treat. 

3.  Stream your favorite movies and TV shows

Now is the time to download Netflix, Disney+, Hulu and other streaming apps and sit back and enjoy some of your favorite movies and TV

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Palm Beach County along with much of the country is in order to close non-essential business. This includes Beaches, restaurants (except for pickup and delivery), bars, golf courses, parks, gyms, marinas, schools are just some of the things closed in Palm Beach County because of the coronavirus outbreak.

Businesses considered critical and thus can remain open

Here are some of the types of businesses that will remain open as they are considered critical.

  • Hospitals, doctors’ and dentists’ offices, pharmacies

  • Grocery stores, convenience stores, liquor stores

  • Homeless shelters, social service agencies

  • Urgent care centers, physical therapists; mental health professionals; labs; blood banks, home health agencies

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Over thirty scientists at Scripps Research Institute in Jupiter are banding together to do what they can to help fight the Coronavirus.

Scripps Research Institute in Jupiter is a large biomedical research center that specializes in the research and development of many different types of drugs and medical services. Scripps also houses some the world’s leading experts in a number of different fields, many of whom are now working together to see if they can help the Coronavirus pandemic.

The Palm Beach Post interview Scripps scientist Michael Farzan on the story.

“We don’t know that anything’s going to be helpful but everybody’s trying to provide some helpful piece on the margins, hoping to pull everyone forward,” said Farzan, who is based in

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The spring season is upon us and there is nothing better than coming home to a clean and de-cluttered home. Spring-cleaning time is a way to give your favorite clothes, accessories, chairs and daily go- to’s a refresh. 

Here are some Spring Cleaning Tips from Good Housekeeping Magazine. 

1. Replace or clean your outdoor doormat. Doormats trap a lot of dirt that can be brought inside the home. 

2. Clean your windows and blinds with a glass cleaner and a microfiber cloth to get rid of all the streaks and dust build up. 

3. Clean your kitchen sink and garbage disposal with lemons.  Simply cut up a few pieces of lemons and drop them down the garbage disposal and turn it on to get your kitchen smelling like a fresh lemon scent. 

4. Your

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Research conducted by the National Summer Learning Association states that if children take a lengthy break from learning they will not only miss out on learning new information but also can lose up to three months of math and reading skills from the previous months. 

Here are some ways to keep kids engaged and learning all day long. 

  • Learn to Play Chess: Chess helps you focus, think ahead and work through situations.  For those who do not know how to play Chess, there are plenty of online tutorials and lessons for you to learn, chesskid.com is a free online website and app that can help you learn. 
  • Let the kids make dinner: By allowing kids to make dinner allows them to make healthy lifestyle choices and learn what is good for you to
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If you haven’t been counted in the 2020 census yet, do it! You may ask why it’s important- the 2020 census is important because it provides the government and businesses with a snapshot of our nation. Once complete, it will determine congressional representation, where hundreds of billions of dollars of federal funding is spent, and will provide data that will impact communities for the next DECADE.

Imagine you have ten years worth of lunches to plan, and someone tells you to plan it for 5 people, then 10 people actually show up. That wouldn’t make for very good planning, now would it? Count yourself IN so your community receives the funding it needs!

 

Congressional Representation

The results of this once-a-decade count determine the

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If you’re someone who loves to change, then hoping on the popular color bandwagon for your home can be fun and exciting. With the spring season upon us, everyone is in the mood to clean, organize and refresh his or her homes for the upcoming months. 

Whether your looking to paint a room, or change the theme of the room here are some paint colors and color scheme trends that never go out of style. 

White and Neutrals

Cool and warm whites and neutrals can suit whatever color scheme you are aiming for and is a safe choice for those looking to paint walls, furniture, cabinets and other large surfaces that is expected to remain in style for years to come. 

Blue

Blue is a color that works with everything, whether you chose to go a light or

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is asking seniors and anyone who has recently traveled down from New York to self-isolate and quarantine themselves for the next 14 days. This is critically important because when it comes to the coronavirus seniors are very at risk. New York travelers are being targeted as well because NYC has a very high (and rising) number of cases and medical experts are worried that some of these cases may spread into Florida as the Sunshine State is a popular destination among New Yorkers.

The governor’s requests came in the form of two executive orders issued late Tuesday.

The first order instructs anyone who has traveled from New York state over the past three weeks to immediately self-isolate for 14 days. It includes those who

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The Palm Beach International Airport in West Palm Beach is the perfect place to begin your vacation here in Palm Beach County. The medium sized airport sees roughly six million visitors each year and has been on the “Top 10 Airport” list numerous times by Travel + Leisure Magazine. 

The airport features every amenity you can think of. While waiting for your flight stop by and shop at one of several stores and shops including the PGA Tour Shop, practice your putting with mini golf, dine in at one of several restaurants and cafes, visit the shaded luxury pet area, children’s area, get pampered at the spa and much more. 

The airport sees more than 200 daily departing and arriving flights from more than 13 airlines from all over the United States,

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Located on the beach on Palm Beach Island is the iconic Breakers Hotel that is an island staple and popular destination for all that visit Palm Beach.  The resort is located on 140 plus acres of privately owned beach property in the middle of everything. 

The Breakers Hotel was founded on the sand in 1896 at the turn of the century as industry and business leaders began coming to Palm Beach for their vacations. The luxurious hotel was founded by Henry M. Flagler, one of America’s leading industrialist and known to have contributed to the founding of Palm Beach Island that eventually turned the island into America’s First Resort Destination. 

The Breakers Hotel was Flagler’s second debut on the island.  The Royal Poinciana was Flagler’s first

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