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Palm Beach Social Diary: Road Trip — Billionaires Row, Part I

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The Gold Coast, Millionaires Row, Mansion Row, and now Billionaires Row; now we’re talking Palm Beach real estate history. Augustus Mayhew delivers the facts and tales of PB from the 1890s to 2020. Part 1 of 3... READ MORE
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Schulenberg’s Page: Capturing a cross section of life in the big city

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City life, country life — Bob’s sketchbook (and social life) is brimming, and easy on the eye... READ MORE
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No Holds Barred: Covidly speaking

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Blair does some Covidly speaking about the here and now; and about the sage Seinfeld on stage with reality’s guffaws... READ MORE
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Debbie’s “Drive-By” Week at a Glance

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Debbie Bancroft’s Week at a Glance out east where many have relocated during the lockdown and where many artists have contributed to “Public Art in this Time of Social Distancing.”... READ MORE
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Palm Beach Social Diary: FORE! Golf Greats @ Seminole for COVID-19 Benefit

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In case you missed it: Today, the Seminole Golf Club is hosting a competitive charity golf event to benefit COVID-19 relief workers. Augustus Mayhew gives us the history of this great golf course with photos from the Ellen Glendinning Ordway Collection... READ MORE
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No Holds Barred: Viral Shedding

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Blair Sabol notes that in these “times of massive furloughs and viral shedding” there ain’t many places to escape it, But she finds one message for all of us... READ MORE
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What to Wear Where: Saving Face

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Those What To Wear girls, Karen and Hilary, have joined the ranks of mask fashion, embracing the trend... READ MORE
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Schulenberg’s Page: Owned by my cats

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Schulenberg’s Page today sets aside the sketchbook memoir for a look at the felines in his life. Bob has always had a cat as long as I’ve known him, but now he has more than one, or two, or three ...  and they’re the light of his life... READ MORE
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Give Them Shelter, and They Will Rock Your World.

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Almost everyone loves animals. And animals return that love in spades. Rescue animals, and the organizations that save and rescue them, are under pressure these days, just like most everything and everyone else. Barbara Hodes reports... READ MORE
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Big Old Houses: Very Rich, and Very Quiet

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We accompany John Foreman through his tour of one of the great old Fifth Avenue mansions from the Gilded, still standing, the Harkness mansion at 1 East 75th Street... READ MORE
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No Holds Barred: Different strokes for different folks!

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Blair Sabol takes inventory of where we’re all at with the changes wrought by Covid-19, and her handling of the matters at hand... READ MORE
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Big Old Houses: Refugee from the Gilded Age

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The late, great John Foreman sets his eyes and his camera on a refugee from the Gilded Age — Stone House Hill House of Ames family in North Easton, Massachusetts built in 1905 by 29-year-old Frederick Lothrop Ames a year after his marriage to New York Society belle Edith Callender Cryder... READ MORE

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