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A very special and very colorful art installation is making its way to the Waterfront in Downtown West Palm Beach. “The Pool” by artist Jen Lewin is a gorgeous, interactive art installation that has made its way around the nation and will now be right here in sunny, South Florida for a few months. West Palm Beach Waterfront is calling the summer activity “A Summer in Paradise.”

The Pool is comprised of glowing, concentric circles that are supposed to be stepped on. Lewin’s idea is for people to come and play on the installation, which will change colors as you step on the different circles. That way everyone can make their own art depending on how you step on them. It is an ever evolving art piece.

“A Summer in Paradise” is also offering other unique

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It is summertime in South Florida and that means those long lunch lines at school are replaced by lines at the popular Rapids water park, as families jump their summer escapes. Temperatures will not reach their peak highs until July and August, but you'll certainly feel the seasonal warmth. A great approach to beat the heat is at one of South Florida’s top family waterpark!

Located in West Palm Beach, Florida, The Rapids Water Park has been making waves for more than 30 years. This giant wet playground is the biggest water park from the Florida Keys to Orlando! As one of the top family oriented water parks in South Florida, The Rapids offers tons of water slides on 22 acres, along with tubes, wave pools, children’s water play area, lazy rivers, the Big

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May is here and bringing in the heat along with warmer water temperatures!

Offshore- The big bite happening offshore this week in South Florida is definitely kingfish, averaging in at 30-50 pounds. In the range of 100-200 ft. of water, the best bait to use if you are trying to target these silver kings are live goggle eyes or sardines. However, if you prefer trolling the offshore waters, break out your downriggers and run a split tail mullet or artificial ribbonfish to attract the fish’s attention.
Dolphin and Wahoo are in a little deeper of 200-350 ft. of water and anglers may have to work a little harder to find these fish at these depths and some reports say dolphin are in much deeper as 800-1200 ft.  Mix up your bait spread a bit with natural and…
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The Norton Museum of Art has internationally grown into its perpetual and everlasting collection of American, Chinese, Contemporary, European Art and Photography. Within its marvelous and divine location of West Palm Beach, Florida this exceptional museum offers retrospectives, lectures, excursions and platforms for adults and children all throughout the year. 

Now, the Norton Museum of Art is offering free admission to residents of Palm Beach County every Saturday for the next two years! A very special thank you goes out to the generous family of Damon and Katherine Mezzacappa for their donation to the museum. “Starting June 6, Palm Beach County residents will be admitted to the museum for free every Saturday. All Florida residents will be admitted for…
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Join along with about 175,000 other attendees as music meets the waterfront at the largest waterfront music and art festival in South Florida. SunFest, was founded in 1982 and held annually ever since in downtown West Palm Beach, Florida. The festival and the supporters have such a positive impact on the local economy. SunFest of Palm Beach County, Inc., a private 501 ©3 non-profit organization and takes place in downtown West Palm Beach along Florida’s Intracoastal Waterway, extending along Flagler Drive from Banyan Boulevard to Lakeview Avenue.

SunFest has a full lineup this year with 5 days to fulfill all the live acts. There will be more than 50 live musical performances including, Fall Out Boy, Lenny Kravitz, Paramore, Pixies, BOSTON, Eddie Money,…
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Once wealthier than Oprah, Folorunsho Alakija, is another strong female power of the world and she is making her way to West Palm Beach, Florida. Alakija is a Nigerian billionaire who made her money in oil.

According to Forbes Magazine, Folorunsho Alakija’s first company was an upscale fashion label that catered to Nigeria’s elite including the wife of the former military president, Ibrahim Babangida. After her immensely successful careers in fashion and real estate, her journey would begin with oil. Her connection to the former military president paid off: the president later gave Alakija’s company a prospecting license for one of the most lucrative oil fields in Nigeria. The drop in oil prices dented the fortune of Alakija, one of just two women

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