Former GOP Congressman tackles Climate Change

Former South Carolina Congressman Bob Inglis tried to tackle the climate issue in Congress during the 2000’s and now is leading an organization looking to facilitate free market solutions to the intensifying climate crisis. His ideas have special resonance here in Florida, where the climate situation is deteriorating rapidly. Congressman Inglis More...

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By Kartik Krishnaiyer On Sunday, December 3rd, 2023

An overview of Florida’s role in the American Revolution

This is an excerpt from the introduction in my new book Florida and the American Revolution. which is available via in paperback or Kindle format. We learn as young children in school about the American More...

By Kartik Krishnaiyer On Sunday, November 26th, 2023

FAU wins ESPN Events Invitational and other south Florida college basketball news

Last Saturday, FAU stunningly lost a home game to little Bryant College. But the Owls bounced back in a big way winning the ESPN Events Invitational at Disney World on Sunday afternoon. In the final the Owls More...

By Kartik Krishnaiyer On Thursday, October 5th, 2023

Before Brightline there was the USAir Florida Shuttle

In early 1993, USAir (later known as US Airways) with newly-minted investment from British Airways launched the USAir Florida Shuttle to link cities within the state to one another. The shuttle featured hourly More...

By Kartik Krishnaiyer On Sunday, October 1st, 2023

Remembering Jimmy Buffett’s Florida which we’ve lost

NOTE: This story originally ran on The Florida Squeeze Jimmy Buffett’s passing is symbolic of the Florida we once had and have now lost. Buffett was the greatest symbol of the unique Florida culture we More...

By Kartik Krishnaiyer On Saturday, September 30th, 2023

Boca Raton’s Pondhawk Natural Area

During the 1970’s and 80’s much of Boca Raton’s economy was stimulated by IBM. The 79-acre Pondhawk Natural Area was once part of the huge IBM campus. The Palm Beach County-managed Natural Area More...

By Online Staff On Thursday, September 28th, 2023

YMCA of the Palm Beaches Announces $1.25M Funding from State of Florida in Support of New Community Facility at Lake Lytal Park

Earlier this year the YMCA of the Palm Beaches announced a $46 million capital project, in partnership with the Palm Beach County Parks & Recreation department, that will relocate and dramatically expand its More...

By Online Staff D On Friday, February 3rd, 2023

William H. Pitt Foundation Donates $1 Million to Center for Creative Education Generous Gift Kicks off Phase 2 of CCE’s Capital Campaign for New Campus

(Front Row) Pelham, Jackie Breckenridge, Esmeralda, Namiko, Kate Gubelmann, Kahlani – (Back Row) Pauline Pitt West Palm Beach, FL -Thanks to a generous gift from The William H. Pitt Foundation, the Center More...

By Online Staff D On Thursday, February 2nd, 2023

Locals Give Back: Sunfest 2023 Calls for Applications to the “Helping Neighbors” Program and Extends Fresh Local Artist’s Deadline

West Palm Beach, FL – Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) has announced it is underwriting two important initiatives at SunFest 2023. Thanks to the support of the company, more locals can experience a More...

By Online Staff D On Tuesday, December 13th, 2022

Palm Health Foundation to Double Up to $150,000 in Donor Gifts for Nursing Scholarships

Foundation seeking donors to support low-income and first-generation students striving to pursue nursing careers as shortages grow West Palm Beach, FL – Palm Health Foundation announced today that More...