‘Paint & Wine’ this Father’s Day at Joyful Artist’s Studio

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Take a break from the family festivities this father’s day Sunday, June 15th, with an afternoon wine and paint session at ‘Joyful Artist Studio’ located at 7000 S. Dixie Highway, right behind ‘A Couple Gals Full Service Salon.’

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April 5th: ‘Dark Sky Party’ at the South Florida Science Center and Museum

On Saturday, April 5th, from 8-10 PM, the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium will be having a ‘Dark Sky Party’. The event will give visitors an opportunity to view astronomical objects through telescopes, learn about the solar system, the night sky, galaxies, and the universe with fun hands-on activities.

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NEW: Check Out Our Southend Local Business Directories!

Despite the abundant neighborhood resources available on the internet, it has come to our attention that a directory of neighborhood businesses has not been made available online for the Southend. Soso News has taken it upon itself to rectify the situation and ‘Voila!’, here you have the first compiled online directory of local businesses in the Southend!

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South Olive Elementary News: Florida Teacher of the Year Nominee

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The teachers and staff of South Olive Elementary have nominated Ms. Kristen DeLuca, the school music teacher, for the Florida Department of Education Macy’s Teacher of the Year award. Results will be out at the end of the school year. Let’s hope it goes to our local nominee Ms. DeLuca!

Saturday, March 8th: Evening on Antique Row

This Saturday, March 8th, from 6-9 PM the ‘Young Friends’ of the Historical Society of the Palm Beaches will be hosting an event on S. Dixie Hwy, ‘Antique Row’. There will be music, special entertainment, food and drinks, an antique appraisal tent, shopping, and more!

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We’ve All Been Wondering: What’s replacing the old IHOP?

After the closing of the IHOP in 2009, the lot on 8011 S. Dixie Hwy has remained undeveloped. As the years have passed, we in the Southend have been wondering what will replace the old restaurant. Initially, there was talk that a Walmart would be built on the site, but the deal never closed. Originally, the land was re-zoned as residential in 2005, for a proposed new 110-unit residential property. However, that project was never built. Continue reading