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22 DEC

Historic Palm Beach | Little Red School House

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The "Little Red Schoolhouse" had its first day of classes on March 1, 1886 in what is now West Palm Beach and was the first and only permanent school building in all of southeast Florida at the time. When import opened, Dade County consisted of an area the size of Massachusetts, stretching from the southeast tip of Florida, north through Stuart, and was nothing more than a swath of scattered settlements.Read More The "Little Red Schoolhouse" had its first day of classes on March 1, 1886 in what is now West Palm Beach and was the first and only permanent school building in all of southeast Florida at the time. When import opened, Dade County consisted of an area the size of Massachusetts, stretching from the southeast tip of Florida, north through Stuart, and was nothing more than a swath of scattered settlements. Read Less

22 DEC

Ving Rhames' Double Mansion Home

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American film actor, Ving Rhames, perhaps best known for his role as mob boss Marsellus Wallace in "Pulp Fiction," and for his work in the Tom Cruise "Mission Impossible" movies, makes his home at two adjoining estates in Los Angeles. The actor, from New York, purchased the estate in 12935 Vicente Boulevard with his wife Deborah for $4.75 million in 2000, but not content withonly owning one mansion on the block, he bought the property next door in 2005 for $6.5 million. Read More American film actor, Ving Rhames, perhaps best known for his role as mob boss Marsellus Wallace in "Pulp Fiction," and for his work in the Tom Cruise "Mission Impossible" movies, makes his home at two adjoining estates in Los Angeles. The actor, from New York, purchased the estate in 12935 Vicente Boulevard with his wife Deborah for $4.75 million in 2000, but not content withonly owning one mansion on the block, he bought the property next door in 2005 for $6.5 million. Read Less

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22 DEC

Ving Rhames' Double Mansion Home

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If you are looking for authentic and delicious Thai food, look no further than the Malakor Thai Cafe, located in the Historic Northwood district of West Palm Beach, just a short drive from Palm Beach Gardens and Jupiter.

Read More If you are looking for authentic and delicious Thai food, look no further than the Malakor Thai Cafe, located in the Historic Northwood district of West Palm Beach, just a short drive from Palm Beach Gardens and Jupiter. Read Less

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