Saturday, July 27, 2019

Demi Moore and Kathleen Turner: Striptease in Metro Miami and Body Heat in City of Lake Worth Beach.

Striptease starring Demi Moore. “The film is based on the novel Strip Tease by Floridian crime writer Carl Hiaasen. It was published in 1993 and was a bestseller.”

Striptease the movie, “[W]ound up winning
several Golden Raspberry Awards. . . . Among these awards given to Striptease was the Award for
Worst Picture of 1996.”

Body Heat, the classic film noir. “The film launched [Kathleen] Turner’s career — Empire magazine cited the film in 1995 when it named her one of the ‘100 Sexiest Stars in Film History’.”

A substantial portion of the 1981 thriller Body Heat, starring William Hurt and Kathleen Turner was filmed in Downtown Lake Worth Beach. Many famous scenes from this classic were filmed on South ‘J’ St., the backdrop being what is now called The Book Cellar bookstore at ‘J’ and Lake Ave.

Friday, July 26, 2019

Beach Scene in Lake Worth, 1921, Courtesy of FAU Library.

Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Today at 5:30: Public meeting at LWB City Hall.

FDOT will be holding a “Project Kick-Off Meeting” concerning the intersection of 10th Ave. North, I-95, and North A St. at Lake Worth Beach City Hall. The public open house begins at 5:30 and the FDOT presentation starts at 6:00.

This is a public meeting open to everyone from the public interested in this topic.

Click on flyer to enlarge:

For more information from FDOT about the I-95 Interchange Improvements at 10th Ave. North click on this link.

Press release: Road closure in Lake Worth Beach.*

Lake Worth Beach, FL — In order to install a watermain the City of Lake Worth Beach will be closing South A Street between 6th Ave S and 10th Ave S from Monday, July 22–Friday, July 26 between the hours of 8am–6pm.

During the closure hours, traffic will be redirected to South B and South C streets. Drivers are encouraged to schedule extra travel time if passing through this area.

For more information and media inquiries contact Ben Kerr, PIO. Call 561-586-1631 or send an email to:

*Located in Central Palm Beach County, Lake Worth Beach is a dynamic, multi-cultural City with an individualistic style. People are drawn to the City by its acceptance of different cultures and lifestyles, historic districts, hip downtown and colorful arts district.

Monday, July 22, 2019

Lake Worth Beach Library news in this week’s Lake Worth Herald.

Have you been to the public library in the downtown lately? Below is more information about this public facility. Here is the headline, the byline and an excerpt from the news in the Herald:

LWB Library CreatElab to Expand

By Cindy Ansell, Children’s Services Librarian.

The Friends of the Lake Worth Beach Library have been awarded a grant for $5060.00 from Healthier Lake Worth to increase the equipment available for use by the students.

“There are many more students using the Lab today than when we opened the Lab almost three years ago, “ said Kay Ralston, supervisor of Lake Worth Beach Public Library’s CreatElab. The Lab, located in the children’s area within the Library, seeks to offer support to Lake Worth Beach students. Students, who possess library cards, have access to desktops, laptops, and tablets to complete homework assignments or play computer games.

Currently, the lab has 22 seats, but only has equipment for 12 students at a time. According to Ralston, the Lab serves more than 350 students per month, requiring students to place their names on a waiting list on a daily basis.

The Friends of the Library will use the funds to purchase additional devices for student use, as well as a charging station and other Lab supplies. “We are thrilled to expand the Lab,” Ralston stated, “thanks to the generosity of Healthier Lake Worth.”

To follow librarian Cindy Ansell on Twitter use this link.

The LWB Library is closed on Sunday and Monday; open 10:00 a.m.–7:00 on Tuesday and Wednesday; on Thursday the hours are 10:00 a.m.–6:00; Friday and Saturday the library is open 10:00–5:00.

The address for the library is 15 North M St., a historic structure located just to the west of the Cultural Plaza in the downtown. There is plenty of FREE parking nearby. For much more information and all the services available click on this link.

To speak with someone at the library or to leave a message, call 561-533-7354; the email address is: