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Miles Davis, Nina Simone, James Brown, Marvin Gaye, Aretha Franklin, and Billie Holiday — several of these iconic artists performed in West Palm Beach’s Historic Northwest neighborhood, usually at the Sunset Lounge, which is now under restoration. Now the West […]
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Mural combines social justice, music. There's a new mural in downtown West Palm Beach celebrating culture. After years of planning, Street Art Revolution is shining a light on the role music has played in the fight for social justice. "We […]
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Mizner Park Pavillion

Boca Raton’s favorite downtown shopping center is welcoming some new faces to its dining and retail lineup. The new additions to Mizner Park will include juice bar Pure Green, local gourmet coffee shop Subculture, and sauna fitness studio HotWorx, all […]
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The single-story building off Georgia Avenue and Southern Boulevard, just east of I-95, is unassuming and still mostly empty. Its most distinguishing characteristic is the curious tin sign nearby, rusting around the corners, showing a peach expressing the “peace” symbol. […]
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"Rodney Mayo, a West Palm Beach resident and owner of Subculture Group, which owns 17 restaurants and bars, started Hospitality Helping Hands (H3) after having to lay-off 650 employees due to COVID-19’s impact on his businesses. The not-for-profit was initially […]
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"Rodney Mayo, whose 17-location Subculture restaurant group owns Howley’s, started handing out free meals in the diner’s parking lot on Saturday, March 21, after having to lay off 650 workers the day before. “They were asking ‘Where do we go? […]
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"West Palm more than doubles contribution to Restaurateur Rodney Mayo’s nonprofit to feed those laid off because of COVID-19 contagion and restaurant closings. WEST PALM BEACH -- With contributions flowing from cities and private donors -- from $3 to thousands […]
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"On Saturday at Howley's Restaurant the sound of music and the smell of ribs was in the air as cars lined up stretching three blocks down the street as people were welcomed by volunteers from Hospitality Helping Hands. The not-for-profit […]
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"By 4 a.m. Saturday, though, he had a plan: to turn his Howley’s restaurant at 4700 S Dixie Highway into a production line for free meals for hospitality employees, seniors and others laid off or otherwise squeezed financially by the coronavirus crisis. […]
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