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Olympic Heights, 26 Other District Schools to Serve Free Breakfast and Lunch During School Closings

Olympic Heights, 26 Other District Schools to Serve Free Breakfast and Lunch During School Closings

PBSD Press Release

Schools throughout Palm Beach County will open their doors on Thursday, September 14 and Friday, September 15 to share a healthy breakfast and lunch after Hurricane Irma. Twenty-seven...

September 13, 2017No Comments

Schools to Remain Closed Through Friday; Reopen Monday, Sept. 18

Schools to Remain Closed Through Friday; Reopen Monday, Sept. 18

  UPDATE: With a majority of its schools still without power, the Palm Beach County School District made the decision to keep all its schools closed through Fr...

September 10, 2017No Comments

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NFL Blacklisting of Colin Kaepernick Continues

NFL Blacklisting of Colin Kaepernick Continues

Andrew Kaye

The start of the 2017 NFL regular season is just days away, and controversial quarterback Colin Kaepernick is still without a team. Many know Kaepernick...

September 4, 20172 Comments

Growing Number of Injuries Calls for an End to the NFL Pre-season Games

Growing Number of Injuries Calls for an End to the NFL Pre-season Games

Cole Smith

The National Football League’s (NFL) preseason games span four weeks and gives each organization time to warm up their starters before the beginning...

August 23, 2017No Comments

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Entertainment

IT May Be Best Horror Film in Decades

IT May Be Best Horror Film in Decades

Cole Smith, Social Media Editor

You'll float too. IT is the first cinematic adaptation of the 1986 odyssey of a novel of the same name written by legendary horror author Stephen King. Taking place in...

September 18, 2017No Comments

Netflix’s $20 Billion Debt: Not So Chill

Netflix’s $20 Billion Debt: Not So Chill

Giana Toussaint 

It’s a Friday night, and you’re sitting down to watch TV. When you ask yourself what platform you want to watch. The answer is obvious: Netflix. But as you stroll through...

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The Rigged Market of Selling and Buying Art

The Rigged Market of Selling and Buying Art

Megan Foster

Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder, but what force determines the worth of art? The process of pricing a piece may confuse those who are not involved in the art market....

August 20, 2017No Comments

Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue Uses Athletes to Feature Different Body Types

Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue Uses Athletes to Feature Different Body Types

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The Aftermath of ACA Repeal Remains Uncertain

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