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  • April 15Tiger Woods wins the 2019 Masters Tournament

  • April 15No School Friday 4/19

  • April 15WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange arrested in London on U.S. extradition warrant

  • April 10JHS Drama puts on Mary Poppins Jr. at 7 p.m. on April 11 & 12 and 2 p.m. on April 13

  • April 10SGA Voters Registration April 11 at lunch. Must be 16 and have a government ID

  • April 10Yearbooks available for purchase cash or check in room 4-203

  • April 10JHS Talent Show May 2

Here’s what replaced Nick’s Tomato Pie

Here’s what replaced Nick’s Tomato Pie

Story by: Amanda Mikulski

April 11, 2019


Filed under Dining, Lifestyle

In Aug. of 2017, Nick’s Tomato Pie, a Jupiter favorite, closed its doors. The restaurant was located in Sims Creek Plaza on Indiantown Rd., just east of Maplewood Dr. This vacancy has created opportunity for the plaza to welcome new businesses such as I Heart Mac-n-Cheese, Bolay and Urgent Care. Soon...

Spring break vacations

Spring break vacations

Story by: Katie Kleinman

April 8, 2019


Filed under Lifestyle

Jupiter High students had an exciting spring break, traveling to popular destinations like Rome, the Caribbean and Montana.   Junior Paige Disher ditched the heat and headed northwest to her family cabin in Big Sky, Montana. Disher and her family visit the cabin a few times a year to enjoy...

Day trips and stay-cations to enjoy in south Fla. for spring break

Day trips and stay-cations to enjoy in south Fla. for spring break

Story by: Amanda Mikulski

March 14, 2019


Filed under Lifestyle, Showcase

Spring break begins March 18 for Palm Beach County students and teachers. If you don't have any plans to travel, consider making the most of your break from school by enjoying local activities. Jonathan Dickinson State Park Open 365 days a year, this state park is the largest in southeast Fla. T...

Sunfest Lineup 2019

Sunfest Lineup 2019

Story by: Gianna Blefary

March 8, 2019


Filed under Lifestyle

Sunfest is an art and music festival located on Flagler Dr. in West Palm Beach held May 2-5. On Feb. 12, Sunfest released its official lineup, with an array of musical acts that will perform on three stages throughout the festival. “I love Sunfest. I went last year, and it was so much fun to be...

Rib Round Up comes to Coral Sky

Rib Round Up comes to Coral Sky

Story by: Gianna Blefary

March 4, 2019


Filed under Lifestyle

On March 2, the annual country festival known as Rib Round Up was held in West Palm Beach at the Coral Sky Amphitheatre.   An entire day of music included big-name stars Kip Moore, Chase Rice, Morgan Wallen, Chris Lane, Riley Green, Maggie Baugh and Ryan Montgomery.   Rib Round...

South Fla. Fair is back in town

South Fla. Fair is back in town

Story by: Kayla Grudinsky

February 13, 2019


Filed under Lifestyle

From Jan.18 to Feb. 3, the South Fla. Fair took over the South Fla. Fairgrounds in West Palm Beach, with roughly 500,000 visitors experiencing all the Fair has to offer: shows, parades, rides, food and games. This year the theme was “superheroes.” Every day included a hero parade, courtesy of...

South Fla. Fair is coming to town

South Fla. Fair is coming to town

Story by: Kayla Grudinsky

January 15, 2019


Filed under Lifestyle

It’s that time of year again: South Fla. Fair time. With a new superhero theme, attendees are gearing up for two weeks of fun. From Jan. 18 to Feb. 3, the event will take over the South Fla. Fairgrounds in West Palm Beach. With roughly 200 rides and plenty of yummy fair food, like funnel cake, fried...

Healthy for the holidays

Healthy for the holidays

Story by: Amanda Mikulski

December 10, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle

As you celebrate this holiday season, think of little changes you can make to create healthier meals and active days. Bake healthier Use recipes with unsweetened applesauce or mashed ripe bananas as a plant-based, healthier butter alternative. Try cutting the amount of sugar listed in recipes in ha...

Holiday gift guide for your pickiest friends

Holiday gift guide for your pickiest friends

Story by: Amanda Mikulski

November 29, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle

The holidays are upon us, which means it’s gift-giving season. Friendsgiving, White Elephant, Christmas, Hanukkah and Secret Santa gift exchanges are popular in the months of Nov. and Dec. Here are a few gift ideas in a variety of price ranges to help you have a stress-free holiday shopping season. $10 and und...

Acai 101: Local places to grab an acai bowl

Acai 101: Local places to grab an acai bowl

Story by: Amanda Mikulski

October 5, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle

Acai is a berry that grows on palm trees from the Amazon rainforest in Central and South America. It can’t be bought in its true form in the U.S.; therefore, it’s picked, frozen and sent to the U.S. Acai bowls are not only trendy but also healthy. Acai berries are high in fiber and antioxidants,...

Coral Sky concert season has begun

Coral Sky concert season has begun

Story by: Syndey Peters

September 26, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle, Showcase, Student Life

Coral Sky Amphitheater in West Palm Beach is the concert hot spot for those living in Palm Beach County. The outdoor venue holds 19,000 seats and includes a special lawn section with cheaper ticket options. “Coral Sky is cool because it is convenient for everyone in our area to go. It is fun being...

New businesses set to open in Sims Creek Plaza

New businesses set to open in Sims Creek Plaza

Story by: Lindsey Fine

September 12, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle

Last fall, Nick’s Tomato Pie in Sims Creek Plaza closed its doors after 25 years of business in Jupiter. Since closing, the building has remained unoccupied, but that will soon change. The plaza on Indiantown Rd., just east of Maplewood Dr., is about to become a lot busier. New businesses in the...

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