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Jupiter Seafood Festival Set for April 4-6

Living near the ocean in Florida has its perks — you can spend your lunch break strolling on the beach, you can wear flip flops year-round, and you have access to some of the freshest seafood in the country! So why not don your sandals and celebrate your proximity to the Atlantic Ocean by attending… Read more »

4 Homemade Sunburn Remedies

We didn’t have much of a “winter” this year; nevertheless, the season is officially over. And right on schedule, I just got my first sunburn of 2014. As someone who usually slathers on SPF50, it took me by surprise. But luckily, I was prepared to treat it – not with drugstore creams, but with items… Read more »

4 Reasons to Love Snowbirds

They clog up the roads, restaurants, doctor’s offices, movie theaters and just about every other spot around town from November to April. And during “season,” we grumble and groan about the crowds and commotion. But in the interest of optimism and peaceful coexistence, I’ve compiled a few reasons why snowbirds aren’t all so bad after… Read more »

8 Valentine’s Day Date Ideas

Friday is Valentine’s Day (I’ll give you a moment to let that sink in if this is the first time you’re realizing that fact). There’s no reason to panic, though. Whether you just met or you’ve been married for several decades, Jupiter is packed with fun and romantic date spots for every couple. With these… Read more »

Shark Addicts – Lemon Shark Madness

Jupiter Florida Fans’ Cameron Nimmo & Mickey Smith diving with Randy Jordan and Emerald Charters on February 02, 2014 and conditions were great. Top to bottom viz and sharks everywhere. Shot by myself, Mickey Smith, and Cameron Nimmo with GoPro cameras. http://www.emeraldcharters.com

How to Escape a Rip Current

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It’s a frightening scenario. One minute, you’re splashing in the refreshing waters of the Atlantic – the next, you’re being carried away against your will. And no matter how hard you try to fight it, your strength is no match for the swiftly moving current. Rip currents are a real danger here in South Florida,… Read more »