March 31, 2015 8:00 pmBoca West Country Club, Boca Raton, FL
April 1, 2015 10:00 amThe Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, Lake Worth
April 2, 2015 6:00 pmWest Palm Beach Waterfront, West Palm Beach
April 2, 2015 6:30 pmThe Breakers, Palm Beach, FL
April 4, 2015 9:00 amCultural Council of Palm Beach County, Lake Worth
New York is a focal point for fashion, and February is one of the city’s most stylish months, as celebrities and fashionistas from around the world flock to get an early peek at the newest styles from the world’s biggest designers.
PBG Lifestyle had the opportunity to visit New York during this year’s Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, where we sat down with a pair of up-and-coming fashion designers to peruse their newest collections. While we were there, we also got the inside scoop on some of the latest beauty and skincare products, and stopped by one of Manhattan’s newest and most luxurious hotels. More…
Americans are notorious workaholics. Last year we took less vacation time than we have in the last four decades, and according to travel website Skift, almost 42 percent of Americans didn’t take any vacation days in 2014.
If you think you’re increasing your productivity, think again. Dr. Mark Rosekind, researcher at Alertness Solutions, found that taking that taking time off can increase productivity by 80 percent.
So get out there and enjoy some good ol’ R&R – you’ve earned it!
Too busy to work out your travel plans? Not a problem – PBG Lifestyle has found some great escapes both near and far that should get you started. More…
For nearly half a century, legendary rock band Chicago has proven that rock ‘n’ roll is here to stay.
The band formed in 1967 with a dream to “integrate all the musical diversity from their beloved city and weave a new sound – a rock ‘n’ roll band with horns.” Since then one could argue that they have surpassed that dream by racking up record sales exceeding 100 million, 21 Top 10 singles, five consecutive No. 1 albums and 11 No. 1 singles. The band has a total of 47 gold and platinum awards; 25 of their 36 albums have gone platinum. They were even hailed as one of the most important bands since rock ‘n’ roll began by former President Bill Clinton. More…
Kelly Leary would like to put an end to the belief that “all of the good ones are taken.” The founder and chief matchmaker of Revolution Dating knows firsthand that this negative statement simply isn’t true.
“I meet amazing, available people in my office every day,” Leary said. “They’re nice on the inside and out.”
The thousands of clients she has served in the matchmaking business have also seen for themselves that there are plenty of good men and women who are still looking for love – and with Leary’s help, they are finding it. More…
For 50 years, one of rock’s greatest groups has electrified audiences with songs like “Who Are You,” “I Can See For Miles” and “Baba O’Riley.” And they’re celebrating this milestone with their “The Who Hits 50!” tour, which includes a U.K. leg, a North American leg and a European leg.
Presented by AEG Live, “The Who Hits 50!” will have special guests Joan Jett & The Blackhearts.
The tour has stops in Tampa and Jacksonville, but for those South Florida fans who don’t want to drive too far The Who is playing in Miami April 17 at AmericanAirlines Arena. Prices range from $36.50 in the upper levels to $136.50 in the lower levels. More…
Statistics show that one in every four Americans will have an alcohol or drug problem sometime during their life. This means that the chance of addiction affecting you or a loved one is greater than you might have thought.
“The Hanley Center Foundation Golf Classic raises critical funds to help people get the quality care they deserve by offering scholarships to those who could not otherwise afford addiction treatment,” notes Hanley Center Foundation CEO Dr. Rachel Docekal. “Access to quality care with financial assistance is one way the Hanley Center Foundation brings hope into the lives of patients and their families. I hope golfers will join us for a great day and a great cause at the Hanley Center Foundation Golf Classic.” More…
My parents always claimed that I had great survival instincts. They said that I could be put on a block of dry ice and set adrift in the middle of the Arctic and would have no problem finding a way to generate heat and income and grow palm trees while having a manicure and massage. My brother summed it up a little more succinctly: He believed that no matter what situation I found myself in (be it by choice or circumstance) I would always end up smelling like a rose. More…
You recognize that feeling – crash and burn – and now you can hear your stomach growling to you in four different languages. It’s 3 p.m. and your body is calling for a “pick me up.”
Unfortunately that “pick me up” is a “never should have picked that up,” high-fat, high-sugar snack grabbed from the notorious dealer of afternoon garbage, the vending machine.
It’s 2015; finding healthier choices just got easier with Fresh Healthy Vending. More…
West Palm Beach saw a sea of yellow when the third annual Ducky Derby came to town. This event brightened up everyone’s day (literally) as 10,000 rubber ducks floated into CityPlace. As a fundraiser to support Adopt-A-Family, an organization that provides families with children resources and services to achieve stability and self-sufficiency, the race allowed families to “adopt-a-duck.” A single duck was available for purchase for $5. The “Quack Pack” of six ducks was $25 and the “Flock of Ducks” included 25 rubber racers and was offered at $100. Families had the option to choose from 1-100, depending on how “ducky” they felt. This year, 6,000 ducks were adopted! More…