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Rachida Harper Skinner

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West Palm Beach, FL, United States

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Past articles by Rachida:

Town's latest native plant requirement has harvested concerns, support from garden experts

A landscape architect who works with native plants believes the town's recent native vegetation ordinance will restrict residents in several ways. → Read More

'Keeping history alive': At the site he designed, Palm Beach architect's life honored with 'The Volk Walk'

The Preservation Foundation and the Royal Poinciana Plaza partnered to create The Volk Walk, an outdoor exhibition honoring the life of architect John Volk. → Read More

The Florida cannabis industry is growing. Here's why Palm Beachers may want in.

At the Jan. 4 breakfast hosted at the Breakers Palm Beach, nearly 400 residents and business owners gathered to learn about Florida's growing cannabis industry. → Read More

Gas leak temporarily closes intersection of North Lake Way and Orange Grove Road

A gas leak near the intersection of North Lake Way and Orange Grove Road was closed Monday morning due to a gas leak. → Read More

Beach cleanup group to add trash-bucket stands at Phipps Ocean Park

Friends of Palm Beach has not been able to host a large beach cleanup event because of COVID-19. But beachgoers will still be able to make a difference. → Read More

Palm Beach Police: Woman stole handbag worth $3,550 from Valentino shop

The 27-year-old also was charged with violating her probation. → Read More

Elementary students plant native tree in honor of Florida Arbor Day

Students from local elementary schools gathered at Park Avenue Park Thursday to plant an orange geiger Tree. → Read More

Palm Beach Town Council looks to limit special events on public property

Memorial and Lake Drive parks may soon be closed to residents and visitors who wish to hold special events. → Read More

Bring Back the Glam: Renovated Via Bice debuts on Worth Avenue

New tenants and Mediterranean-inspired features grace the Via Bice along Worth Avenue following two years of renovations. → Read More

Nearly $1 million worth of handbags stolen from Worth Avenue store

One-of-a-kind Hermes handbags were taken from Only Authentics during a smash-and-grab the night of Dec. 14. → Read More

Man faces aggravated battery charge, two others, after argument outside of Sunoco gas station

An argument that broke out at Sunoco gas station on South County Road led to the arrest of a Deerfield Beach man. → Read More

Palm Beach gallery reopens but no word why it was raided by FBI, IRS

Danieli Fine Art and Galerie Danieli on Worth Avenue was raided by about a dozen federal agents on Wednesday. → Read More

Federal agents raid Worth Avenue gallery in Palm Beach

FBI and the IRS Criminal Investigation agents raided Galerie Danieli → Read More

Cox Science Center's new exhibit encourages everyone to 'rethink the future' of Earth

The exhibit emphasizes the importance of creating a sustainable future → Read More

Fire Rescue Department celebrates 100th anniversary on Public Safety Day

The Town of Palm Beach celebrated the 100th birthday of its Fire Rescue Department the same day as its Public Safety Day event. → Read More

Libertine Designer Johnson Hartig's Royal Poinciana Plaza tree a ‘celebration of fashion’

Designer Johnson Hartig has reimagined the Royal Poinciana Plaza's surfboard Christmas tree in an "edgy" style to celebrate the town's fashion. → Read More

‘The next generation of Marissa’: Naples-based Marissa Collections opens Palm Beach store

Royal Poinciana Plaza's newest boutique wowed new and loyal clientele during its grand-opening event Tuesday. → Read More

Several Palm Beach celebrations return for the holidays after a year of COVID-19 cancelations

While holiday celebrations will be modified this holiday season, many will make their in-person debuts after a year of cancelations. → Read More

About 1,400 attend first live Turkey Trot since pandemic

Bright and early Thanksgiving morning, runners dressed in their best festive attire took part in United Way's 13th annual Turkey Trot. → Read More

Palm Beach Synagogue Thanksgiving Drive to provide 1,000 meals to families in need

As a way to count their blessings, members of Palm Beach Synagogue's Project Connect program distribute Thanksgiving dinners to families in need. → Read More