Palm Beach

Jupiter Medical Center: Making an Impact on Palm Beach County

In 2015, Jupiter Medical Center launched their historic $300 million Vision. Innovation. Impact. campaign to secure the philanthropic support it would need to deliver the region’s highest quality healthcare so patients wouldn’t have to seek care elsewhere. More than halfway to that goal, Jupiter Medical Center is opening a staggering six new facilities and programs in 2019: Comprehensive Stroke Center, Timothy & Jayne Donahue Cardiac Surgery Program, Mastroianni Pediatric Emergency Department, Five Story Patient Tower with the Level II De George NICU, Anderson Family Cancer Institute, and James J. Felcyn & Louise Brien Felcyn Observation Unit. 

Keeping it Classic at Renato’s in Palm Beach

In an age, even in tradition-bound Palm Beach, where some of the most recent entries on the dining spectrum can be categorized often as a crowded, noisy, and far-from-calming crush, there is a place that isn’t such a scene—that provides a civilized and relaxing atmosphere to savor fine cuisine and perhaps have a lunch or dinner that isn’t just for show, or for sharing on social media.

Honoring Palm Beach Architecture

Next month, on December 10, the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Robert I. Ballinger Award with an award presentation and luncheon at The Breakers. In addition to honoring this year’s Ballinger recipient, the event will toast the publication of the Preservation Foundation’s new book, Palm Beach: An Architectural Heritage, published by Rizzoli.

Bright Roads Ahead on Florida’s Brightline

The sunshine state is picking up more speed of late—in the form of Brightline, the intercity higher-speed rail system that began operations earlier this year between Miami and West Palm Beach, with a single intermediate stop at Fort Lauderdale. Orlando is the next scheduled destination for 2021 as the service expands in the coming years with a West Palm Beach–Orlando segment, via Cocoa.