Boca Beat, 02/05/2022 – Boca Raton’s most trusted news source

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  • Terranova Corporation, a leading commercial real estate company, and Chairman Mindy McIlroy represented Shadowwood Square, a shopping center in Boca Raton, in the recent signing of two new tenants – Carter’s Retail Inc. (NYSE: CRI) and The Great Greek Mediterranean Grill. Carter’s Retail Inc., the largest branded distributor of baby and children’s apparel in the United States, will occupy 4,442 square feet at 9831 Glades Road. The Great Greek Mediterranean Grill, a cross-generational Mediterranean dining experience, which will occupy 2,700 square feet at 9961 and 9963 Glades Road.
  • Delray Home Movies and Lake Worth Movies will welcome moviegoers to the big screen with discounted admissions to kick off National Movie Day on Saturday, September 3. Sponsored by the Cinema Foundation at 3,000 locations, the one-day event will feature exclusive previews and indoor promotions for no more than $3 a ticket.
  • Palm Beach State College is expanding its partnership with the Palm Beach County School District to improve cybersecurity and information technology education and prepare more students for growing workforce needs, through a grant of over $1 million from the Florida Department of Education.
  • Two Florida markets hobbled by dramatic rent increases over the past year finally appear to be relieved, but much of the country remains in the crosshairs of a crisis, according to the latest monthly analysis from Florida Atlantic University researchers. and two other schools.
  • Generating a record $1,029,800 in scholarships to support Florida Atlantic University’s newest class of medical students at Schmidt College of Medicine, the annual White Coats-4-Care (WC4C) Grand Fundraiser of the College was held this week at the Schmidt Family Complex for Academic and Athletic Excellence.
  • Barbara Cipriano has been chosen as the new provost of Palm Beach State College’s Lake Worth campus beginning Tuesday, August 16. .
  • The Boca Raton Junior League (JLBR) has announced the 36 local women who have been nominated for the 35th annual Female Volunteer of the Year. Nonprofit organizations across South Florida have nominated one of their top volunteers to be considered the Female Volunteer of the Year. The winner will be named at the annual luncheon on Friday, November 4 at the Boca West Country Club.
  • Boca Raton’s Temple Beth El will present a remarkable three-part series on anti-Semitism featuring guest authorities on the subject: Dara Horn, Jonathan Greenblatt and David Friedman. All programs are held in person at the temple’s Schaefer Family Campus, east of Boca Raton, beginning in September with our Selichot service through December 2022.
  • Florida Atlantic University Schools (FAUS) recently received the Javits Gifted and Talented Student Education Program Grant to increase the number of students from underserved groups, including students with disabilities, who apply and are accepted at FAUS.
  • On Sunday, September 18 at 3 p.m., the Trillium Piano Trio will perform for Music at St. Paul’s in a concert featuring Franz Schubert’s Piano Trio in B-flat Movement, D. 28, Piano Trio No. 3 in C minor by Beethovens, Op. 1, no. 3, and the Piano Trio no. 3 in F minor by Antonin Dvoák, op. 65, B 130. Consisting of pianist Yoko Sata Kothari, violinist Ruby Berland and cellist Cornelia Brubeck, the Trillium Piano Trio has been part of the Music at St. Paul’s series for several years.



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