Few things stir the soul like an expensive car. And if you’ve got the wallet for it, in Palm Beach County you can get as much luxury as you want, from Jaguar to Mercedes-Benz to Rolls-Royce. Braman Motorcars of Palm Beach offers the most expensive cars. The dealership, located on [...]
The rooming house on Belle Glade’s S.W. Avenue B has only two bathrooms, one for women and one for men, for 60 residents to share....
Shooting for the Palm Beach Post, Dallas Kinney won the 1970 Pulitzer Prize for photos of migrant workers and their housing in Palm...
Lloyd Breckenridge shows off his “clean and serene” tag. Substance abuse runs transparent with homeless veterans. “Homeless....
Photo by: Kayla Viaud Bad enough to learn that in Belle Glade, Fla., some 2,000 people live in rooming...
Nine students were honored Tuesday as the outstanding graduates of their schools and 45 others received...
- David Balza Named Head Men’s Basketball Coach at Palm Beach Atlantic
- Departing Seniors Speak in Chapel About Lessons Learned
- Founding Chairman Dr. Warren to be Honored by Chamber
Few things stir the soul like an expensive car. And if you’ve got the wallet for it, in Palm...
The rooming house on Belle Glade’s S.W. Avenue B has only two bathrooms, one for women and...
Shooting for the Palm Beach Post, Dallas Kinney won the 1970 Pulitzer Prize for photos of migrant...
- Should you give a handout to that ragged homeless guy on the corner?
- Homeless vets find help & hope
- Island homes draw billionaires
Honduras has soccer in it’s life system, which makes sophomore tennis player Leyla Taracena’s...
“Unity, freedom, and work” is the motto for Zimbabwe. Even though Zimbabwe, which means “House...
It feels like it was yesterday when Gary Carter took over as head coach of Palm Beach Atlantic University’s...
- The men’s soccer team takes the NCCAA National Championship over Cedarville in 2013
- PBA Comeback: Scott Urbanek
- Coach has triple-bypass surgery
Just back from a softball tournament at Eckerd College last weekend, the Palm Beach Atlantic University Sailfish are once again heading out for a busy weekend tournament. “It’s very exhausting, but it’s very fun at the same time,” said pitcher Amber Johnson, a freshman from Royal Palm Beach. “It [...]Read more ›
This season, Palm Beach Atlantic’s lacrosse team will be facing the toughest schedule to date, said head coach and offensive coordinator Chris Southard. But this did not intimidate newcomer C.J. Lucarelli from joining the team. “This will be my first year in general ever playing,” said Lucarelli, a sophomore. “I [...]Read more ›
Derek Gover is the Beacon’s biggest fan. Don’t agree? Just look at the wall Samaritan Gardens – it’s filled with past issues of the Beacon. “I’ve always wanted to be in the Beacon, so I figured if I hung them on my wall, you guys would feature me,” he said. [...]Read more ›
Ben Katzaman Like many teenage boys, when Ben Katzaman turned 15 he bought a sound system. Unlike most teenage boys, by the time Katzaman graduated high school, he had DJ’d for over 180 events. “I started playing music at parties, and before I knew it, I was playing a [...]Read more ›
What did Christian mean to me? How about what did Christian mean to this school and this entire community? You would either see him in the café sharing the Word of the day or buried in the scripture on a bench. Christian had a love for God like no one [...]Read more ›
PBA senior Cameron Moreau, who will release his EP this Spring, vents his triumphs and struggles through music. The cold weather was an excuse to stay inside and write. “If it was so easy to change the world, why are we allowing it to change us? Little children are [...]Read more ›
Ethan Parker Born and raised in the U.S. music capital of Memphis, Tenn., Ethan Parker has already had some of his musical dreams come true. In addition to singing, Parker plays the guitar, ukulele, banjo, mandolin, piano and drums, with the guitar as his main instrument. Since his first CD’s [...]Read more ›
Talking with Roget Pontbriand is like downloading 40 years of music in half an hour. Pontbriand, the founder of Palm Beach Atlantic University’s popular music program, has performed with Aretha Franklin and Natalie Cole. He has composed for Firestone and Goodyear Tires, and has founded four collegiate music programs, including [...]Read more ›
Many have been concerned over the years about where the recording industry is going. Some say it has been fading away; certainly it is rapidly changing. YouTube, Vimeo and other sites dedicated to entertainment have provided an easy and affordable way for artists to put their music out for others [...]Read more ›
Loud headphones are alarmingly decaying the hearing of America’s youth, says a recent study. From the minimalist Apple earbuds to the increasingly popular Beats by Dre headphones, students at Palm Beach Atlantic University are plugged into their personal listening devices. Headphones are a fun, cool, and convenient way to listen [...]Read more ›
Editor’s Letter “Isn’t the newspaper industry dying?” asked a newly met acquaintance in the Fresh Food Company café. “It depends on how you look at it,” I replied. “But with everyone getting laid off, how are you going to get a job? Thought about switching your major?” he asked. I [...]Read more ›
Honduras has soccer in it’s life system, which makes sophomore tennis player Leyla Taracena’s passion a little different. Taracena went into a different direction when she needed a better solution for rehab from a broken elbow when she was 4 years old. “I broke my right elbow going down a [...]Read more ›
“Unity, freedom, and work” is the motto for Zimbabwe. Even though Zimbabwe, which means “House of Stone,” boasts a literacy rate of 91 percent, the country’s unemployment rate is as high as 95 percent, according to the Heritage Foundation. The African country, which lies between South Africa and Zambia, has [...]Read more ›
It feels like it was yesterday when Gary Carter took over as head coach of Palm Beach Atlantic University’s baseball program. While it’s been a little over a year now ince he died of brain cancer, his presence, and impact are still felt. “It still gives me chills,” head coach [...]Read more ›
Hard work pays off. It’s what we’ve been taught all throughout our lives, and it’s the motto that led the men’s soccer team to its first ever NCCAA national championship this past season. “NCCAA nationals is always a goal of ours and we’ve been blessed to get there year in [...]Read more ›
Urbanek was given a 3 percent chance to live, but made a spiritual comeback. In the summer of 2008, Scott Urbanek went to Nigeria to minister to kids in an orphanage. While he was impacted by the experience it wasn’t until after when he felt something was different about him. He found himself battling for [...]Read more ›
Give me the mic, Granddad from ReadMyBeacon.com on Vimeo. At one volleyball match last semester, Palm Beach Atlantic University coach Bob White gave a post-game interview with his big-eyed grandson in his arms. White’s players looked on, smiling, basking in the glow of a record-breaking season. They had no idea [...]Read more ›