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Your Guide To 4th Of July

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Comprehensive Guide To Lake Worth 4th of July

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Papa’s Raw Bar Annual Craft Crawl THIS SATURDAY

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Fireworks for the Win By Darien Davies Who has two thumbs and is ready to get fired up this Fourth of July? This guy. You and your friends can handle the pre-parties, but we’ve got you covered for the local city parties. So don the red, white and blue, be safe and go ‘merica.   …

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Fired up about fireworks By Darien Davies Lake Worth is where it’s at for 4th of July. Enjoy music, family fun, food vendors, fireworks and even a raft race. It’s good small-town fun and everyone’s invited. Dates and Info: Star Spangled Band Showcase, July 3, 5 to 10 p.m. The Star Spangled Band Showcase was …

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by Doug Fairall Papa’s Raw Bar doesn’t skimp on anything.  We know this. Does $40 (pre-sale deal) for unlimited pours from over 25 craft breweries serving up over 50 beers get your attention?   Papa’s Raw Bar, adjacent to Seafood World, the more than 40 year old local hangout and purveyor of outrageously awesome seafood dishes is …

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Thanks a Latte By Darien Davies To say that Subculture’s instant departure was a shock would be an understatement. None of their coffee- and good-vibe-loving customers knew the owners were battling with the landlord over a lease disagreement. But, it looks like it will work out best in the end. So take your espresso and …

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A Look Into Farmer Jay’s Pursuit For Growth  By Savannah Sheehan Photos by Ben Hicks Welcome to the 21st Century. Food is accessible at any hour of the day and a meal can be found for as little as one dollar, but the content of this readily available cuisine is often debilitating to our health. …

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Mora Surf Boutique Down to Earth Fashion  By Stella Alves Summer days are meant to be spent on the beach, catching a tan and relaxing. When not on the sand, you can still be sporting fashionable beach wear in style and comfort. Dynamic duo sisters, Romi and Claudia, have reinvented beach fashion to be both …

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It was a perfect Valentine’s Day this year, with sunshine, blue skies and a crowd of over 400 people who cheered on sub-adult loggerhead sea turtles Reilly and Mayor Mort last Tuesday, Feb. 14 as the animals made their way to sea. Both turtles received months of treatment, antibiotics and fluids at Loggerhead Marinelife Center …

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 By Darien Davies Picture VolleyGirls, a VIP lounge, live music, local artists, parties, and some of the best up-close-and-personal tennis you’ll ever be privy to. It’s the Delray Beach Open, and you’ve got 10 days full of fun in the sun. Regardless if you’re a tennis novice or familiar with the courts, here are your …

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MOMENTUM CONTINUES AT LAKE PARK ARTS DISTRICT Mural fundraising continues which will be capped off with the Back Alley Arts Festival on January 28th The new Lakes Park Arts District, spearheaded by the gang at the Brewhouse Gallery and later by the opening of the Kelsey Theater is in full gear.  Henry Rollins, a (very) …

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by Hannah Deadman Photos: Melanie Bell Over 1000 onlookers gathered on Juno Beach Tuesday, Dec. 27 to bid farewell to loggerhead sea turtle “Nicklen,” who was released into the Atlantic after two months at Loggerhead Marinelife Center. Nicklen was found last October floating in the Jupiter Inlet near DuBois Park with numerous barnacles covering the …

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Over 500 conservation-minded individuals gathered on October 28 at PGA National Resort and Spa for Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s announcement of its 2016 Blue Awards winners.  The winners are: Eleanor Fletcher Lifetime Achievement Award went to Louie Psihoyos, Executive Director of the Oceanic Preservation Society Blue Business of the Year went to Palm Beach County Parks …

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The Controversy Continues As Press Dies Down You’ve seen the news.  Green slime clogging inlets in Stuart.  Dark brown flumes of water in our ocean.  Once pristine beaches threatened.  Reporters from CNN getting so grossed out they can barely hold it together.  Fish kills.  Tourists and other visitors going back home, or to a different …

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by Paul Christopher of Gravity + Oxygen Fitness Photos by Carl Dawson These healthy tidbits of advice from Paul Christopher, co-owner of Gravity + Oxygen Fitness in Boca Raton, are can’t miss suggestions to help you make the most of your summer season. Whether you follow each one of these just a little or follow …

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It’s not often one discovers a company that can boast of transforming and making us rethink the way we use an everyday product. How many testimonials just from the daily act of washing our hands brim with the words, “love, love,” and are followed by one more “love” for appropriate, even measure? Introducing Florida Salt …

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Where Business Becomes Family by Cash Lambert Photos by Ben Hicks On Ocean Blvd (A1A), next to a tiny sect of land known as Briny Breezes, sits a piece of history within the community. But the property isn’t a museum, and it doesn’t require payment for admission. The exterior of Nomad Surf Shop, the oldest running …

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The Brewhouse Gallery is absolutely one of the coolest places in our area.  Wonderful art, all of it local, fills every inch of wall space.  The craft beer area is superb with a great vibe and a wide range of selections.  Local singer-songwriters and musicians occupy the stage, which is surrounded by antique and vintage …

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We’ve all seen social media posts with a variation of “We live where you vacation.” Look, we have it pretty darned good here, and while some friends will hate us as they freeze their butts off up north or are landlocked nowhere near the beach, they can’t deny the truth of that statement. So what’s wrong …

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A gem in the heart of downtown Delray Beach, the Delray Beach Children’s Garden was built with the help of local civic leaders, landscape designers, horticulturists, and most importantly by kids and community neighbors that will learn from and support it for years to come.  The long-anticipated Grand Opening is Sunday, January 3. The vision …

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Coming November 21—Register Now! Yup, runners and walkers of all ages and skill levels, it’s Turkey Trot time!  Hundreds of trotters will descend on Anchor Park on November 21 for this extremely popular 5k run/walk, entering its 29th year. According to Danielle Beardsley from the Delray Parks and Rec Department, everyone’s looking forward to another …

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Dylan Cabot, Lucas Cabot, and Joey Valenti Nail First Place At 5th Annual Fall Skate and Grind Competition A 45 minute rain delay couldn’t dampen the spirits of 25 stoked skaters and over 125 fans at this year’s Fall Skate and Grind Competition at “505” Teen Center and Hobbit Skate Park in Delray.  “We got off to …

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Skaters, up for a fun and relaxed skate contest?  Then show up at the 5th Annual Skate and Grind on November 7 at the “505” Teen Center in Delray.  The action starts at 3:00pm and all age groups (5-adult) and skaters of all skill levels are welcome to come out. According to the Skate Park …

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By Natalya Jones Imagine this scenario: You and your friends are about spent and ready to call it a night after a crazy time out. Some members of the group are carrying their shoes, everyone is drenched from the South Florida humidity, and your one friend keeps incoherently belting Taylor Swift lyrics way too loud. …

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By Cash W. Lambert Photography by Ben Hicks There’s a 20-acre plot in Boca Raton where nature’s happenings aren’t stopped by man. And because of that, its name and its creatures are guaranteed to bring you back to your childhood. Experience is quickly reminding me that you only have two options when you smell a skunk in …

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Photo credit Emiliano Brooks Photography

Delray Craft Beer Festival Sells Out! Around 1800 craft beer aficionados converged at Old School Square on May 8 at the Delray Craft Beer Festival to swill the latest creations by some of the most innovative brewers around and groove to Spred The Dub. Over 120 different beers were represented in 40 tents, including local …

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Surf History Museum

(Interview With Tom Warnke Palm Beach County Surfing History Project) TAC:  Tom, how did the organization get started, and just as important, why was it started? Tom:  In 2008 there were 2-3 of us in Palm Beach County taking pictures and collecting old stuff related to surfing —we all started surfing in the mid 60’s …

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By John Englander Miami Beach recently installed $15 million dollars of pumps to keep the streets from flooding on peak high tide days. Miami Beach Mayor Phil Levine says it’s just the first phase of a $300 million dollar plan to keep that tourist mecca a viable community. Periodic flooding every 28 days occurs from the Florida Keys, to the Las Olas Isles in …

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Thanks to Mora Surf Boutique and Delivery Dudes for sponsoring our latest issue release at 2 Georges!

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“Constant Pressure, Endlessly Applied” That’s the calling card for the Surfrider Foundation, celebrating their 30th anniversary as a major voice to protect and conserve our oceans and everything in it.  Since 1984 the efforts of over 250,000 supporters, volunteers, add activists have made a real difference, and we thank them.  Surfrider Communications Manager Katie Ferguson …

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Here are some snaps from Slave to the Wave’s Art On The Slide event at Jump The Shark. The event brought out some great local artists, musicians, and more. Enjoy! Photos: Carl Dawson livingexposure.com slavetothewave.com  

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