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Mick Jagger and The Rolling Stones

By Liz Sterling

I just cannot imagine what it was like for Mick Jagger to come to the conclusion that he and The Rolling Stones would have to postpone their upcoming “No Filter Tour” of the U.S. and Canada.

On the Bright Side

Are you my mother?

By Jonna Shutowick. M.S. Ed.

Do we ever stop wondering if we are doing it right? For the last 52 years I have relied on my mother to answer that question. Now she’s gone. At the end of the day, I suppose we are all meant to be our own final judge, jury, guru and muse.

Healthy Living

10 Must-Try Vegan-Friendly Restaurants and Cafes in South Florida

By Karen Ellis-Ritter

South Florida is really becoming a hot spot for the vegan lifestyle. Between the endless meetups and events, VegFests and dining experiences, not only is it easy to be vegan - it’s a joy! Here is my list of must-visit spots in Palm Beach and Broward Counties.

Feature Articles

Mother Nature´s Message for Spring

By Susan Hargreaves

I can hear the baby birds in their nests waking and asking for food as I write this in my banyan tree home. Spring is my favorite time of the year. In Florida some may miss the difference in the air if you don’t stop and appreciate the sweet fresh smell of Spring.

Pet Articles

Three Surprising Ways to Save Money on Pet Care

By NewsUSA

According to the ASPCA, owning a dog or cat can cost up to $1,000 in the first year, and many people end up spending much more. The good news is, you can cut your pet care expenses without compromising your pet’s health and wellbeing. Here are a few tips to save money on pet care:.

Sports Feature

Redemption Thy Name is Sports

By Mark Tudino

About seven years ago, when I first began this column, I wrote about the saga of the then world’s best golfer who was discovered to be a serial philanderer, was soon separated from his wife, and in the process, lost not only an estimated 100 million dollars in the subsequent divorce, but also the adulation and respect of many a sports fan. He was vilified as a phony, lost countless endorsements, and was relegated to alsoran status following a series of injuries. Still, I wondered: If his family could forgive him (which they did), why couldn’t the sporting public? That was Tiger Woods’ life.

Earth Talk Q & A

Dear Earth Talk:

There’s a lot of talk about overfishing and pollution wreaking havoc in marine ecosystems, but has anyone act

By Earth Talk

Environmental advocates do spend a lot of time harping about threats to our oceans, but sadly for all of us the facts bear out the concern. According to the World Wildlife Fund, population numbers for the majority of marine wildlife species have declined by half since 1970, with many species down as much as 75 percent.

Dog World with Tina

Dog First

By Tina Valant-Siebelts

Dogs are loyal and extremely forgiving — even when they have been abused or neglected. People often don’t consider what’s best for the dog’s health, safety and happiness before their own human selfishness. “But I love her so much”, “I could NEVER give him up!” we hear.

Recipe of the Month

Festive Mardi Gras Smoothies

By Peta

Ingredients 3 cups banana chunks, frozen 1 large can pineapple chunks in juice 1/2 cup kale or spinach 1/2 cup raspberries 1 cup blueberries Instru

Happy Motoring

Do I really need auto repair insurance?

By Teresa Aquila

Owning a car offers us freedom and the ability to be very mobile. Along with owning that vehicle comes a responsibility for repairs and maintenance. In order to get those wheels turning on the road, one must purchase automotive insurance. What about auto repair insurance?.

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Restaurant Reviews

Delray Grille

For Classic Gourmet Cuisine at It’s Finest

By Arnold Leir

There is always a place in Delray for a first class grill, especially when the current crop is over priced and nor quite up to par. At the recently opened Delray Grille, cooking is a disciplined art where the inventiveness and refinement of classically modern cuisine shines through.