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(PRESS RELEASE)_WEST PALM BEACH, FL – Executive chef Emerson Frisbie is putting his spin on the ancient art of bao-making at Bao Down, a new ghost-kitchen pop-up tucked inside Palm Beach Meats in West Palm Beach.
Crafted from fresh farm produce and flavorful combinations mixed with Asian ingredients like gojuchang, kimchee, and sudachi ranchi, the six-bao menu includes:
(2 pieces per order)
Yuzu Aioli, Kimchi, Grilled Scallion, Crispy Garlic
KFC (Korean Fried Chicken)
(2 pieces per order)
Honey Gojuchang, Fish Sauce, Pickles,
Sudachi Ranchi, Scallion, Celery Leaves
Bo Ssam Pork Belly
(2 pieces per order)
Red Curry Sauce, Onion, Radish,
Cilantro, Thai Basil, Mint
Char Siu Mushroom
(2 pieces per order)
Sriracha Truffle Sauce, Pickled Carrot, Shaved Radish
(2 pieces per order)
Passion Fruit Aioli, Mango,
Cucumber, Red Onion, Cilantro
(2 pieces per order)
Fried Bao Bun, Caramelized Banana,
Chopped Peanuts, Nutella, Coconut
Bao Down hours are Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. To dine in or carry out, call (561) 623–7471. Delivery is available via DoorDash, Uber Eats, Grubhub, and delivery.com.
Palm Beach Meats is located at 4812 S. Dixie Hwy, West Palm Beach. For more information, call (561) 623–7471 or visit palmbeachmeats.com
(LOGGERHEAD MARINELIFE CENTER_We are thrilled to announce the return of our annual TurtleFest event on April 2, 2022 coinciding with the grand opening of our newly expanded campus!
More than 10,000 guests are expected to gather at Loggerhead Park in Juno Beach, FL to enjoy TurtleFest 2022. Free parking and shuttle coaches from FPL in Juno Beach.
This free-admission, family-friendly event focuses on promoting ocean conservation through educational activities and up close interactions with marine life, as well as live music, art, shopping, games, and much more!
We will also showcase our newly expanded 27,500 sq./ft. campus, and welcome guests to come explore our new facility and offerings!
Your help is needed as the Village of North Palm Beach looks to install a new playground in Anchorage Park. Here are details from the Village of North Palm Beach website:
Anchorage Park at 603 Anchorage Drive is getting a new playground!
The new pieces will replace the existing equipment, in the same spot. The only piece of equipment that will be staying is the new merry-go-round that was installed a few months back. The small pavilions will also be staying.
“We are really excited to be bringing a new playground to Anchorage Park, especially one that is full of shade, shade, shade!” says Village of North Palm Beach Director of Leisure Services Zak Sherman.
“During the Needs Assessment that was conducted last year, we heard residents voice their concerns that shade for playgrounds is a big priority.”
“That’s why our final two designs have massive amounts of shade.”
To help move the process forward, the Village is asking residents to select their favorite playground design through a community survey, and the winning design will be constructed in the upcoming year.
Families can view the two design options and vote via online survey or in person at Anchorage Park Activities building, 603 Anchorage Dr.
The survey is open until 8:00 p.m. April 18, 2022.
You can take the survey HERE, where you can see pictures of the two proposals.
The purpose is to gather feedback which will help to ensure that the new playground meets the needs of the community, so please spread it to any and all that you know who use the playground. The survey should take approximately 5-10 minutes.
Thank you for taking the time to share your input!
For more information or questions regarding this project, please contact Stephen Poh, Superintendent of Parks and Recreation, or Zak Sherman, Director of Leisure Services, by email or phone, (561) 841-3386.
Two options (below) are proposed for a new playground at Anchorage Park. THANK YOU for your interest in the future of the Anchorage Park playground!
(PRESS RELEASE)_West Palm Beach, FL (March 28, 2022) – Bringing more than a decade of experience successfully litigating felonies including traffic homicide cases - including more than 100 trials - at the State Attorney’s Office in Palm Beach County, Danielle A. Sherriff has joined the law firm of Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith for the next chapter of her legal career. Sherriff will utilize her well-honed leadership skills and vast traffic homicide experience to exclusively represent injured clients and their families throughout the state of Florida.
Danielle served many years as an Assistant State Attorney and served most recently as Chief of the Traffic Homicide Unit of the State’s Attorney’s Office for Palm Beach County. Her Traffic Homicide experience there included DUI Manslaughter, Vehicular Homicide, Leaving the Scene of a Crash Involving Death, and similar cases. Danielle received her Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice, minoring in Political Science at Florida International University in Miami, then earned her Juris Doctor in 2008 from Florida State University.
Bilingual in Haitian-Creole, Danielle moved to South Florida from Queens, New York during her high school years. She is the first attorney in her family. Throughout her college years, and still to this day, Danielle serves as a mentor to high school and law school students, educating them about the law, ethics, and civics.
By GERRY BARKER
Some say customer service is a thing of the past. Many times, as we all know, that's true. But when you do experience exemplary service, it should be acknowledged and praised. And that's why we say, "Great job, Nuri!"
We met Nuri in Belize City on a shore excursion during a Celebrity Apex cruise. He was one of three tour guides who took us to the Lamanai Mayan ruins, located in the jungle northwest of the city. It's a one-hour bus ride, followed by 30 minutes on a high-speed boat on the Belize River.
With the sun bearing down, Pam had a wide-trim, straw hat for protection, and held onto it tightly during the boat ride. When we got off the boat, we had to cross a bridge. That's when a sudden gust of wind blew her hat right into the river. We watched in dismay as it slowly sank to the bottom of the crocodile-infested waters. C'est la guerre, as the French say.
So our first order of business was finding a shop and looking for a replacement hat. It was slim pickings, and pretty much all they had was a hat that was a better suited for kids. But it was something.
We caught up with the tour group, who were admiring the Jaguar Temple (incredible how the Mayans built their cities and temples by hand). As we stood listening to the guide, Nuri came up to Pam with -- we couldn't believe it -- her hat!
After we left the bridge, he took off his shirt and dived into the water to retrieve it. Now I think you can agree that redefines going above and beyond.
For his efforts, Nuri scored a big tip and our admiration. And the hat Pam bought is now going to our granddaughter, Cate.
If you ever get the opportunity to go to Belize and want a tour, by all means ask for Nuri. He's our hero.
West Palm Beach, FL – In celebration of National Empanada Day, April 8, Barrio's executive chef Rolando Anoceto will roll out his street food-inspired beer braised empanadas ($11) stuffed with dry-aged Spanish chorizo, house-cured manchego, and drizzled with smoked sweet pepper aioli.
A beloved culinary treasure in Latin America and Spain, empanadas are easy-to-eat pastries layered with meats, vegetables, and cheese. Tracing back to ancient Persia, the crescent-shaped empanadas (Spanish for "to wrap in bread") takes its ancestral cues from the samosa, a triangular treat loaded with spiced beef, peas, and potatoes.
Feeling cheersy? Snag a seat at Barrio's plein air bar and enjoy $2 off Happy Hour quaffs from 4-7 p.m. daily.
Barrio is located in The Square at 700 S. Rosemary Avenue, Second Floor, West Palm Beach. For more information, call (561) 366-0071 or visit barriowpb.com.
(PRESS RELEASE)_(West Palm Beach, FL – March 29, 2022) The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is proud to announce the 2022/2023 Regional Arts MUSIC “At Eight” and MUSIC “At Two” Classical Concert Series, now in its 48th season, sponsored by Leonard and Sophie Davis.
Phillip Bergmann, the Kravis Center’s Artistic Advisor for Classical Music, promises, “Next season will feature some of the world’s finest orchestras, ensembles, and soloists, including the return of both The Philadelphia and The Cleveland Orchestras, as well as artists we haven’t seen in 20 years like the one and only queen of violin, Anne-Sophie Mutter and the Atlanta Symphony!”
“As the presenter of the largest orchestra series in the region, the Kravis Center continues to draw some of the world’s most sought-after artists. The 2022/2023 season is no exception, as you will see with our line-up of classical music superstars. I look forward to sharing these artists with our community,” says the Center’s new CEO, Diane Quinn.
The 2022/2023 season will include eight MUSIC “At Eight” concerts and four MUSIC “At Two” concerts in the series. All Regional Arts Classical Series concerts are held in the Kravis Center’s Alexander W. Dreyfoos Concert Hall.
JUPITER, FL (March 25 2022) The Town of Jupiter Art Committee is calling all lighthearted souls to its upcoming gallery exhibition: “Town Foolery – Celebrating the Lighter Side of Life.” The public showcase runs April 1 – May 31, 2022 at the Town of Jupiter Community Center Art Gallery. An opening reception with light bites and beverages takes place April 1 from 6 pm to 8 pm, and is open to everyone.
The mix of two and three-dimensional mediums of art focus on the lighthearted, absurd and lovey aspects of life. The Art Committee welcomed applications from all artists, with preference given to local resident artists. Paintings, photography, sculpture and more will be on display daily at the Jupiter Community Center located at 200 Military Trail in Jupiter. Public hours are Monday through Friday from 8 am to 9 pm, and Saturdays from 8 am to 4 pm.
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(PRESS RELEASE)_(Palm Beach, FL – March 28, 2022) The Society for the Preservation of the Great American Songbook is hosting its 2022 Benefactor Gala on Friday, April 29, at 6 pm. This year’s event will be held in a private mansion in Palm Beach and will honor three amazing musical talents:
Lifetime Achievement Award
Artist of the Year Award
Young Artist Award
Next month’s gala and honorees were announced today by the Society’s Founder Dick Robinson and Event Chairman Bob Merrill. Tickets for this exclusive black tie event—including cocktails, dinner, and musical performances—are $1,000 for Platinum Benefactors and $750 for Gold Benefactors. RSVPs are requested by April 19 by phone (561.469.6703), by email (Annette@SPGAS.org), or online at www.preserveourgas.org/donate,php.
Steve Tyrell is a GRAMMY Award winning producer and vocalist. The definition of a renaissance man, he has achieved success as a singer, songwriter, producer, music supervisor, and radio host during his five decade career. His breakthrough performances in Father of the Bride and Father of the Bride II helped Tyrell reinvent and re-popularize classic pop standards for a modern-day audience. His hits, The Way You Look Tonight, The Simple Life, Crush On You, Georgia On My Mind and The Sunny Side of The Street have launched millions of romances and been played at thousands of weddings. All nine of his albums have achieved “Top 5” status on Billboard’s Jazz Charts, and he can be seen and heard in the film 20 Feet from Stardom.
+ Previous Lifetime Achievement Award winners include Vic Damone, Jack Jones, Connie Francis, Steve Lawrence, Mike Renzi, and Pat Boone.
Exploring what to see and do in North Palm Beach and the South Florida area. Your hosts are Pam and Gerry Barker.
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