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Hollywood gazette
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By Caron Conway Lead Correspondent When Mort and Carol Schomer dance in the streets of Historic Downtown Hollywood, their smooth moves, exuberant style and from onlookers. But the North Miami Beach very active 80 years old and Carol is 78, and they go dancing just about every night of the week for the sheer fun of it and to stay active and young at heart. The Schomers, who celebrated their 57th anniversary July it, Carol said. A few times a month, the Schomers enjoy dancing their way through Downtown Hollywood, live music include Chocolada and La Piazza Pasta Cafe. They also frequent the outdoor Hollywood Beach Theater along the Broad& Sushi and Nikkis On the No matter where we go, we just have so much fun. etrist, said, You have to have a for dancing grew through the years, so has their inventory of dance costumes, which have SPECIAL SECTION INSIDE Call 954-962-8180 for a FREE subscription PAGE 8 HOLLYWOOD GIRL 'MAKES THE CUT' FOR CHARITY GET ON THE BALL! Dynamic duo dance their way through DowntownBy Caron Conway Lead Correspondent Hollywood, Florida, once routinely confused with that fa mous West Coast city that shares its name, is making a name for itself throughout the U.S. and internationally, thanks to the ag gressive marketing efforts of the citys tourism agency. Now entering its fourth year of existence, the Hollywood the Hollywood destination and its many natural, cultural and historical assets to an ever-growing number of leisure and business travelers, tourism and travel in ists from around the world. Thats no easy feat at a time are tighten ing their belts and forgoing vacations, and limited market is Judy Erickson, Hollywoods director of tourism, attributes the of factors, including an enhanced interactive Web site and various online initiatives, strong industry EricksonT ourism vital to Hollywood economyCONT. ON PAGE 21 CONT. ON PAGE 24 ROBERT STOLPE PHOTOGRAPHY PAGE 10 Hollywood Wildcats fall soccer season register.THINK YOUR BUSINESS IS THE BEST IN HOLLYWOOD? Details at hollywoodgazette.comPAGE 8 3363 SHERIDAN ST. SUITE 209 HOLLYWOOD, FL 33021 POSTMASTER: TIME SENSITIVE MATERIAL. PLEASE DELIVER BY AUGUST 5. IN THIS ISSUE YOUR ULTIMATE SOURCE FOR ALL THINGS HOLL YWOOD www.hollywoodgazette.com

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ART & CULTURE BUSINESS COMMUNITY EVENTS FOOD HEALTH MONEY OPINION PEOPLE PETS FOR DAILY NEWS UPDATES, VISIT 8 2009 E-mail hi-res photo with the following information: Name of Parents; Name of Baby; Age; and Special traits to brett@hollywoodgazette.com DO YOU WANT YOUR BABY TO BE HOLLYWOODS BABY OF THE MONTH? Three-week-old Michael Jose Vargas vidson and Michael Vargas. They said their son, and so hungry when hes awake. Michael Jose VargasBABY MONTH of theHollywood resident Lielle Morr knows a thing or two about giving back to those who only 6 years old. Last month, Lielle entered the Hair Lounge Salon in disadvantaged children suffering from hair loss from illnesses. child. actions will encourage others to donate to Locks of Love, too. hOURL Y RA TES FOR ANY EVENT $55hOURL Y RA TES FOR ANY EVENT $45 Hollywood girl donates hair to Locks of Love THINK YOUR BUSINESS IS THE BEST IN HOLLYWOOD? Deadline to enter is Monday, August 31. Online polls open Tuesday, September 1 and close at midnight October 10, 2009. Winners will be announced in the November 2009 issue. Nomination includes a business listing, photos, ratings and reviews on Hollywood Gazette's online directory listing in one category (over 80 categories to choose from) for 12 months at hollywoodgazette.com, ofcial Best of Hollywood promotional postcards for your customers and potential bragging rights. Some of Hollywood Gazette's 2008 winners. Will you be next? Enter online today at www.hollywoodgazette.com or call

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Three months ago, three Florida students decided to make a difference in their community. They decided they wanted a charity of their own where they could utilize their Cuts For a Cause commenced. Hollywood-based Cuts For a Cause to give back to the less fortunate, as well as give back to the individuals who devote their time and efforts to charity, We really wanted to give back, and we really wanted to do something unique, Freeman said. and Freeman called it a huge success. salon and the haircuts; Zenagen, a Hol will give everyone a boost both externally and internally, according to its Web site. Over the three-day event, those in need and volunteers received haircuts at great interaction between everyone. Were really making a difference, Freeman said. involved with the Ronald McDonald traveling and seeking treatment for their sick children, and the Chrysalis Center, mental health services to children, adolescents and their families. The COSAC Foundation, which runs a homeless, and Women in Distress, tic violence with safe shelter, also received free cuts. Instructor Anthony Ortiz and Assistant Director of ASM Letti Milazzo orchestrated the entire event, and Freeman said they were similar events each month with vari ally nationwide. They intend to host their next event at the International Freeman said he would also like to have a mobile unit, so they can bring the stylists to the charities instead of the charities coming to them. For more information on Cuts For a e-mail info@cutsforacause.org. Cuts For a Cause creators Jared Reynolds (left) and Sam Freeman (right) with a happy customer at the charity's first event last month at ASM Beauty.Hollywood start-up charity launches rst event FINANCIAL SERV I CES INC .Member FINRA/SIPC SO HAS PLANNING FORRETIREMENT Pa trick F. Rober ts SafecareMedical Center Richard J. Wilbur, M.D.Board Certified in Internal Medicine ART & CULTURE BUSINESS COMMUNITY EVENTS FOOD HEALTH MONEY OPINION PEOPLE PETS TO ADVERTISE, CALL 954-962-8180 OR VISIT 20099

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By Brett Daly Associate Editor Waving their orange and blue their musical instruments, the Hol lywood Hills High School band and drill team kicked off the Park with a bang last month. businesses in the Park Sheridan joyed a store-to-store treasure hunt, for the night Bob Wallace, games The event turned out great, said Mari Diaz, a volunteer at the event. It was a great and I think it should be done again. Every one said theyd come again. learned a lot about After hunting and collecting all the clues for the treasure hunt, a three-night stay at the Doubletree Castle Hotel in Orlando. It was a good time and a good community event, said Sergio, on his face when he was It was a good fam ily thing to do, Orlando added. Tim Harrises, of TH Design Event and Theme Party Decor, and Marika You Event Planning and Coordinating, organized the event along with the Holly you bring the residential communi local businesses," said Hollywood the whole neighborhood. Treasure hunt event promotes Park Sheridan Plaza Find more photos on Hollywood Gazette's Facebook page. Become a fan today! understand, and agree to the above statements. Parent / Guardian Signature: _________________________________Date____________________ Fee for the Fall 2009/10 season is $150.00. (Non-Hollywood residents must pay an additional $15 fee per player.) All new rd check our website at www.hollywoodwildcats.com Visit our website regarding our travel / competitive program Receive a Soccer/Book back bag when you donate $ 50.00 Male Female Male Female Male Female Would you like to coach a team? ( circle one ) Yes / No Hollywood Wildcat Soccer Club2009 FALL REGISTRATION RECREATION LEAGUE (Fall season September 2009 February 2010)www.hollywoodwildcats.com Save $10.00when you register online Jennifer Sandomir with grand prize winner Sergio Barrantes. Tim Harisses announces the raffle winners with Mari Diaz. Avi Frier and his family, seen regularly at Park Sheri dan Plaza, came out to participate. The Hollywood Hills High School marching band inspires the crowd.ART & CULTURE BUSINESS COMMUNITY EVENTS FOOD HEALTH MONEY OPINION PEOPLE PETS FOR DAILY NEWS UPDATES, VISIT 10 2009

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the art of living.... Dom and Melina invite you to experience their homestyle, finger kissing soups, specialty entries, seafood, poultry, pasta and pizza or a aged Angus Sirloin Steak. We are open for Happy Hour Wednesday through Friday from 5 -7, it includes food tasting and 2 for 1 cocktails. Lunch and Dinner available 7 days a week from 11 a.m. Sundays from 4 p.m. 1833 Tyler Street, Hollywood 954-927-6704 Mickey Byrnes Irish Pub & Restaurant 1921 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood 954.921.2317 www.mickeybyrnes.com www.annstorckcenter.orgRistorante Conca DOro Mickey Byrnes Irish Pub & RestaurantAn authentic Irish pub experience. Traditional dishes such as corned beef and cabbage, beef and Guinness stew, and shepherds pie are complemented by American favorites. Open from 11am 2am. 1921 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood 954.921.2317The Little BakeryIf youre in the mood for breakfast or lunch on a budget, The Little Bakery of Hollywood has you covered with a simply delicious menu baked fresh in our oven every day. What make us special are our daily fresh baked bread and pastries, tasty breakfast, delicious crepes, appetizing sandwiches, real fruit smoothies and a mouth-watering espresso bar. www.thelittlebakerysite.com 2033 Harrison Street. Downtown Hollywood, Fl. 33020 Ph. 954-3918504Yoga OneYoga One is a community-oriented local yoga studio with highly trained instructors. We offer classes every day for students of all levels, from beginners to advanced practitioners. We also have great Mommy and Me yoga classes and Kids Yoga. Cultivate more peace and happiness in your life and become part of a fun, healthy community. Open Monday to Friday 4pm to 2am Saturday & Sunday 11am to 2am TO ADVERTISE, CALL 954-962-8180 OR VISIT 200911

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the art of living....WORRIED YOU COULD BE FACING FORECLOSURE? Ellen Bithell & Agnes Stalmach (954) 862-2631 Ellenbithell@remax.netDONT LET TIME RUN OUT! RE/MAX Executive Realty 1939 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, FL 33020 The Tillamook Cheddar Mid-Career Tillamook Cheddar is a Jack Russell Terrier who is widely regarded as the worlds preeminent canine artist, using a dynamic color transfer technique to create her work. Tillie has had 19 solo exhibitions in the United States and Europe and has been featured in press and television worldwide. Artist book available.1650 Harrison Street, Hollywood, FL ArtAndCultureCenter.org 954. 921. 3274 Beads & Crystal Dreams See store for details.Enjoy our wide selection of natural stones, pearls, crystals, sterling beads, findings, and more! Select your own beads for a LILLIAMs custom design created especially for you, or indulge yourself with a LjSantamaria original design. Unique, beautiful and exclusive necklaces, bracelets and earrings. Hablamos Espaol. 120 S. 20th Ave, Downtown Hollywood 954.374.BEAD (2323)Beauty of Wax Let the experienced technicians at Beauty of Wax introduce you to a comfortable almost painless experience as we use only the finest European wax with essential oils in a lovely private Feng Shui suite. *Expires 8/31/09 1926 Hollywood Blvd, Suite #203 Downtown Hollywood 954.620.7040 Specializing in Bikini Brazilian Wax and Perfect Eyebrow Shape FOR DAILY NEWS UPDATES, VISIT 12 2009

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the art of living.... Szondi Institute Harmonize your body, mind and spirit practicing traditional TAI CHI with us. Regain your positive attitude and get back in shape. Our mission is to make everyone strong and healthy through our classes. ArtsPark Bldg at Young Circle 1 @ Young Circle, Hollywood Blvd & US 1 7 ArtsPark at Young Circle FREE live entertainment Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Demonstrations by resident artists, splash pad for children, and more. Voted Best Park New Times BrowardPalm Beach Best of 2009 Readers Poll. Free Wi-Fi!For information www.HollywoodFL.org/ ArtsPark or 954-921-3500 By Caron Conway Lead Correspondent In the years before Hollywood founder high school students living within the 68mile stretch between Miami and West Palm dale High. Today, Hollywood boasts three local range of educational choices that include Marine Science, Finance, Fashion MarketConstruction and Engineering Technology SOUTH BROWARD HIGH SCHOOL The original site for the school was the current Dania Elementary site. It was conto make it suitable for high school students. High School, it served as a regional high County. South Broward High, home of the Bulldogs and a Marine Science magnet Extracurricular activities include service, ball, softball, basketball, volleyball, soccer, wrestling, cross country, track, swimming, South Broward offers a wide range of curriculum choices such as Family ity & Management and Culinary Marine Science Magnet Program Marine Science offerings include the Shark Club, which works with researchers in catching, tagging and releasing Vehicles) Team, which builds underwater robotic vehicles; Marine Mechanics, which focuses on the workings of engines; and the Program, a dual enrollment course offered through Broward College. This year, FCAT math scores increased, earning South Broward "Our success comes from a lot testing." Strauss said the goal for the coming scores. He added, however, that FCAT ated coursework and SAT/ACT/CPT test scores. For more information on South FCAT ratings improve for Hollywood High Schools CONTINUED ON PAGE 19 TO ADVERTISE, CALL 954-962-8180 OR VISIT 200913 2009 SPECIAL SECTION

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A t r a d i t i o n o f q u a l i t y e d u c a t i o n s i n c e 1 9 5 7 Marware Montessori Academy announced that it is enrolling students Construction on the school wood Blvd., is well underway and is August. Marware Montessori Academy and Maria Martin, owners of Mar ware, Inc. in Hollywood. They are dren and the children of others. Marware Montessori Academy tury. Its staff of teachers is committed to offering the a caring, nurturing environment that allows all children to Marware Montessori Academy rates. For further information or to at alan@marwaremontessori.com. www.marwaremontessori.com. Koesten TO ADVERTISE, CALL 954-962-8180 OR VISIT 200915 FLORIDA INTERCULTURAL ACADEMY OPEN REGISTRATION 2009-2010 SCHOOL YEAR Enrolling now for: Kindergarten 1st through 6th Grade Experience a whole new world of learning 1704 Buchanan Street, Hollywood, FL 33020 954-924-8006 www.interculturalacademy.co m FREE PUBLIC CHAR T ER SCHOOL CALL TO DA Y! New Montessori academy opens on Hollywood Blvd.

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FOR DAILY NEWS UPDATES, VISIT 16 2009 8/31/2009 8/31/2009 TO PAY, CANCEL PAYMENT, OR BE REIMBURSED FOR PAYMENT FOR ANY OTHER SERVICE, EXAMINATION, OR FOR THE FEE, DISCOUNTED FEE, OR REDUCE FEE SERVICE, EXAMINATION, OR TREATMENT.

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TO ADVERTISE, CALL 954-962-8180 OR VISIT 200917 Kevin S. Rieth Licensed Funeral Director proudly announces the opening ofHollywood s Landmark on Presidential Circle4200 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, Florida 33021954-989-8220 Fax: 954-989-8599www .landmarkfh.com kevinrieth.landmarkfh@yahoo.comPlease update your records accordingl y. All funeral pre-arrangements are transferable.Pre-arrangements Burial Crematio n Ve terans Packages Cemetery Propert yKevin brings with him nearly 20 years experience as a licensed funeral director ,at this former Panciera Memorial Home location. Landmark Funeral Home is independently owned and operated and is not af filiated with Boyd-Panciera. Francesca and Alexandra, Diane and Irving Panciera, Va lerie Panciera-Rieth and Kevin Riet h Va lerie Panciera-Riethproudly announces the opening ofVa lerie Panciera-Rieth Bereavement Services, LLC A member of the Association of Death Education and Counselin g 4197 South Circle Drive, Hollywood, FL 33021954-989-7439V alerie Panciera-Rieth is a native Hollywood Floridian and has been a valued bereavement resource since 1990. V alerie is a certified bereavement specialist, author school teacher and speaker both locally and nationally She and her husband Kevin Rieth live in Hollywood with their two daughters Alexandra and Francesca. V alerie has a wealth of hands on experience in all areas of counseling and motivating. V alerie brings with her over 20 years of involvement and experience in bereavement support, funeral service, pre-need development, marketing, counselor training, public relations and community outreach at the former Panciera Memorial Home. V alerie hosts bereavement support group meetings on the second Thursday of each month from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm. The meetings are held at 4200 Hollywood Boulevard, free of char ge and open to the community Y ou may contact V alerie at the following new telephone numbers and e-mail address.Va lerie Panciera-Rieth Bereavement Services, LLCSupport Groups*Celebration of Life Services*Grief Counselin g Motivational Speakin g954-989-7439 office 954-614-7718 cellvpanciera@bellsouth.ne tV alerie's of fice is located on the S. W. comer of Presidential Circle. V alerie Panciera-Rieth Bereavement Services is not af filiated with Boyd-Panciera.

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FOR DAILY NEWS UPDATES, VISIT 18 2009 $10.00 OFFany service with this ad AV ENTURA HOME DECOR, IN C17 1 00 W Dixie Hwy No rt h Miami Beach FL. 33 16 0 Mon. Thurs. 9:AM 6:PM Fr id ay 9:AM 4:PM 10 :AM 2:PM Ph:305-945-6304 ax:305-945-5303 av enturahomedecor .hdspd.com Av Permanent drop-off locations open every Friday & Saturday* 8 a.m. 3 p.m.(Proof of Broward County residency required) Miramar North Lauderdale Oakland Park Pembroke Park Plantation Sea Ranch Lakes Southwest Ranches 954-765-4999www.broward.org/waste FREEDISPOSALSunrise Tamarac Unincorporated Broward County Weston West Park Wilton ManorsLauderdale-By-The-Sea Lauderdale Lakes Lauderhill Lazy Lake Lighthouse Point Margate Coconut Creek Cooper City Coral Springs Davie Deereld Beach Fort Lauderdale Hillsboro Beach Hollywood Free Earth-Friendly Disposal of Household Hazardous Waste and Used ElectronicsConvenient drop-off location in South Broward!Pompano 2780 N. Powerline Rd. (North of Copans Road)West Park 5601 W. Hallandale Beach Blvd. (East of State Rd. 7)Davie* 5490 Reese Rd. Open Saturdays only (Davie Rd. exit off I-595)BRING: Paint Solvents Motor Oil Pesticides Cell PhonesDO NOT BRING: Explosives Biohazardous Waste Business-Generated Waste Government-Generated Waste Needles and Sharps Containers Larger than 5 Gallons Televisions Computers Monitors Auto Batteries Propane Tanks Tires (limit 4) Household Cleaners Lawn & Pool Chemicals Mercury Thermometers Rechargeable Batteries Fire Extinguishers Printers & Keyboardsthis ad is 4.875 (wide) x 6 high and due date is June 23 to the Hollywood Gazette.

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McARTHUR HIGH SCHOOLThe second high school built in Hollywood was McArthur High. In early for what was then McArthur Junior High School, named for J.N. McArthur, a former founder of McArthur Farms acres of his farmland for use as a school site. The facility, was soon converted to a high Agriscience Program includes courses in Environmental After several years as a this year. "The school grade the hard work and dedication of the staff in working on the classroom," said McAr Roland, who recently retired. "With activities like FCAT and educating the students on their individual achievements and goals, the overall school achievement increased." She said FCAT goals and school year will be increasing of each of the students reaching high standards. For more information on McArthur High School, call mcarthurseniorhigh.com.HOLLYWOOD HILLS HIGH SCHOOL school is Hollywood Hills The school has an active alumni association that meets monthly, as well as a student body that is active in the comcommunity service hours and winners and six honorable mentions, more than any other school in Broward or MiamiDade counties this year. tinguishes Hollywood Hills High is its Small Learning Communities, whose data-driven curriculum is designed to challenge students Small Learning Communities are the School of Business and Human Resources; the Communications; the School of Liberal, Creative and Performing Arts; and the School of Health, Science and Engineering. riculum features interesting course offerings such as Advanced Cartooning & Animation, Court Procedures, Education, the Academy of Fashion Marketing Program and the Vocational Health Hollywood Hills football, baseball, softball, basketball, volleyball, soccer, cross country, swimthe school earned enough again this year, "we did not lowest quartile of FCAT readOsborn said. "We were, therefore, This year, the school the mastery of the standards necessary for our students," Osborn said, with FCAT readiness assessed by numer ous mastery checks. Osborn said content-area teachers will be trained in reading strategies, and writing the curriculum. Hollywood Hills also has been assigned three additional academic coaches in reading, math and science. For more information on Hollywood Hills High or visit www.hollywoodhillshigh.net. Apollo Middle School Principal: Lourdes M. Gonzalez FCAT School Grade (2009): A Eligible for participation in State & Federal Title I Programs Extracurricular programs are offered in soccer, basketball, cheerleading, new principal will host a meet and Attucks Middle School www.attucksmiddle.com Principal: Carletha B. Shaw FCAT School Grade (2009): A Eligible for participation in State & Federal Title I Programs tions & Broadcast Arts. Under the schools Digital Learning Education is assigned a laptop on which most work is completed.Ben Gamla Charter School www.bengamlacharter.org Principal: Sharon Miller FCAT School Grade (2009): A cludes language, culture and history, and serves students in kindergarten through eighth grade.Driftwood Middle School FCAT School Grade (2009): A Eligible for participation in State & Federal Title I Programs the Alternative Education Program, which provides small-class instruction for students overwhelmed with the demands of a six-class schedule. Florida Intercultural Academy www.interculturalacademy.com Principal: Lori Bitar Charter school offers multicultural in tegration, providing an understanding of heritage and cultures, and serves students in kindergarten through sixth grade. Hollywood Academy of Arts & Science www.hollywoodcharter.org Principal: Donte Fulton FCAT School Grade (2009): A in a residential building offers an enhanced, traditional curriculum with a focus on the arts and science, and serves students in kindergarten through eighth grade.International School of Broward www.isbcharterschool.org FCAT School Grade (2009): A Charter school offers a two-way immersion language program in French and English, and serves students in McNicol Middle School Principal: Darren S. Jones FCAT School Grade (2009): B Eligible for participation in State & Federal Title I Programs Year-round school on a multi-track calendar offers Science & PreEngineering and International Affairs & Business magnet programs, as well as the Advancement Via Individual non-magnet students.Olsen Middle School Principal: Kim Flynn FCAT School Grade (2009): B Eligible for participation in State & Federal Title I Programs Various academic programs are offered at Olsen, one of Browards to the Mainstream Program.Paragon Academy of Technology Principal: Dr. Steven Montes FCAT School Grade (2009): B Eligible for participation in State & Federal Title I Programs Charter school emphasizes technol ogy in the middle school curriculum and art in education in the elementary curriculum, and serves students in kindergarten through eighth grade.HIGH SCHOOLS CONT. FROM PAGE 13 Hollywood's public middle schools make the 2009 'FCAT honor roll' TO ADVERTISE, CALL 954-962-8180 OR VISIT 200919

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Obesity is one of the most seri century. Health care obese Americans billion, an increase Obama take note). of obese Americans increased from were obese. Obesity is a condition where excess body fat has accumulated to the extent that it adversely affects your health. A medical degree is not necessary to make the diagnosis, on sight. A good estimate of obesity is to calculate a number called body mass index (BMI). You obtain this number A normal, healthy value for BMI ered morbidly obese and anything Many common diseases are strongly associated with obesity, osteoarthritis. It is estimated that obeIn addition to health risks, obesity is also a leading cause of two to four years, and a BMI of more A combination of excessive dietary calories (eating too much), In the American society, the increased rates of obesity are thought to be a result of the easy accessibility to food and an increased reliance on cars and mechanized manufacturing. The alarming increase in childhood obesity correlates with increased American diets contain an increased and sugars, and less whole grains, fruits and vegetables. have trouble doing both. weight off requires making exercise Jenny Craig, Weight-Watchers or achieve weight loss. military training with no dietary re strictions, obese military recruits lost If diet and exercise alone fail, two drugs for long-term use: Meridia basis, usually three months or less. For morbidly obese individuals, the last resort is Bariatric surgery, which reduces the ability to eat large quantities and absorb calories. These Obesity is an extremely common concern. It goes far beyond cosmet ics. It is an excellent reason to visit your doctor and begin a discussion. energy level and your health.Dr. Wilbur practices at Safecare Medical BY RICHARD J. WILBUR M.D. Obesity: An On-going Epidemic Products, Inc. as the winner of the Radius American alligators in South Florida, legaltor skin into leather and manufacturing of to retailers and wholesalers. named retail store this month. We are honored to have been selected base. As Downtown Hollywood continues the areas success. other resources. commitment to growing its business, said but also demonstrated knowledge of their solid. Local business owner wins $96K rent waiver in Firm Realty contestRobin Robins hands over the keys to the vacant 1,741-square-foot space in the Radius mixed-use development to AAGP president Brian Woods.ART & CULTURE BUSINESS COMMUNITY EVENTS FOOD HEALTH MONEY OPINION PEOPLE PETS FOR DAILY NEWS UPDATES, VISIT 20 2009 XL 20I up to 20 SEER State of The Art Coolin g ** Free 2 Night/3 Days Hotel Cercate For meeng with one of our comfort consultants Free in home consultaon & no obligaon Simply an opportunity to show you the savings and professionalism of Pride.

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Did you know...The original site of the current Westin Diplomat Resort location on Hollywood Beach consisted of Tomato Farms.Trivia submitted by Michelle Shulman; Westin Diplomat Resort Do you know something about Hollywood that no trivia to brett@hollywoodgazette.com. tions, as well as an effective television ing materials that showcase an affordable destination with much to offer visitors. has received great results from a TV commercial that recently began airing, which focuses on in-state drive visitation to Hol will be distributed at Port Everglades, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Air FLORIDA Welcome Centers throughout the state, the Hollywood Beach Welcome Center and any interested businesses. Hollywoods tourism Web site, www. visitHollywoodFL.org, recently intro duced a Travel Trade section, featuring Web sites Facebook and Twitter. Our hoteliers are saying that these son said. So are the Beach CRAs efforts with of the Broadwalk. said. Visitor reaction to these changes is very good. ing times. hotel market continuing to suffer through a challenging year. Room revenue, which Dade. free listings of HOT Deals, inclusion in ity to attend tourism sales events with us at reduced rates and also access the con tacts we establish at these trade shows, Erickson said. FLORIDA Industry Relations Committee, has resulted in invaluable contacts for the city. Hollywood also hosts FAM (familagents, including recent FAM tours for tors. Erickson said other key markets for at Land Shark Stadium and local and instate residents seeking a fun, affordable staycation. As a function of the Hollywood Com of Tourism is funded through the CRA budget and receives no bed tax dollars. a tourism board, the HoTMAC (Holly the Tourism Marketing Plan. Erickson said shes looking forward wood. We will be addressing a number of strengthening Hollywoods brand identity and using it to motivate new visitation, she said. or go to www.visitHolly woodFL.org. and Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce will present a tourism luncheon featuring an update on Roy al Caribbean International for more information. ART & CULTURE BUSINESS COMMUNITY EVENTS FOOD HEALTH MONEY OPINION PEOPLE PETS TOURISM CONT. FROM PAGE 1 TO ADVERTISE, CALL 954-962-8180 OR VISIT 200921 Since 1978 954-444-7708 305-444-7709 FOR RENT LabelleApartments Motel Efficiencies with Pool Weekly / Monthly / SeasonalStarting at $155/week $600/Month 600 N. 20 Avenue, Hollywood(Pierce St. & 20th near Downtown)Drive By or call 954-609-1445for Info and Showing DA YLIGHTAUTO FINANCING LLC.PHONE 850-215-1769 FA X 850-215-0759 2816 W HWY 98 P ANAMA CITY FL 32401 $695 down 98 P ontiac Grand Am $895 down 99 Chevy Cavalier $595 down 95 Jeep Cherok ee $695 down 95 Chevy Silverado Xca b 0% INTEREST 954-923-4882

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CALENDARof events FOR DAILY NEWS UPDATES, VISIT 22 Email your Hollywood events to calendar@hollywoodgazette.com by the 18th of the month for inclusion in the community calendar. ONGOINGCASTAWAY ISLAND All ages can experience the aquatics facilitys (1 water park session & all-day lagoon YOUNG ACTORS & YOUNG ARTISTS DOG-THEMED ART EXHIBITIONS Exhibitions running through Aug. 16 include UNLEASHED Pavilion Gallery, ArtsPark at Young Circle, JEWISH WAR VETS SOUGHT MOMS CLUB mothers with monthly daytime meetings, activities, playgroups & special events. Call SCORE VOLUNTEERS individuals in business or those who want to SENIOR PROGRAMS Chi, Meditation, Current Events, Painting, Jewelry Making, Brain Aerobics, Bridge & WALKING CLUB reaching distance goals & bandanas for ca GOLF IN NO TIME Learn the fundamentals of golf in 6 weekly lessons; various days & times available; Or PARENTS WITHOUT PARTNERS outdoor activities for both children & adults & MONDAYSKINDER CHEFS HATHA YOGA CLASS BLOOD PRESSURE SCREENING Stay aware of your cardiovascular health; PRENATAL KUNDALINI YOGA Strengthening postures & breathing tech niques safe for all trimesters assist relaxation BEACH MEDITATION MONDAY WEDNESDAY & SATURDAYMUSIC & DANCING UNDER THE STARS Live music varies from easy listening to line ater, Johnson St. & the Broadwalk; free. Call MONDAY & WEDNESDAYKUNG FU CLASSES KUNDALINI YOGA & MEDITATION ATEMI-RYU KARATE CLASSES MONDAY, WEDNESDAY & FRIDAYMOMMIES IN MOTION Fitness class features cardiovascular, strength TAI CHI MONDAY & THURSDAYKARATE CLASSES DANCE CLASSES MONDAY & FRIDAYSCRABBLE MONDAY THURSDAYTEEN LOUNGE HOLLYWOOD BRIDGE CLUB Featuring duplicate games, with free lunch MONDAY SATURDAYAEROBICS AT THE YMCA TUESDAYSROTARY CLUB RAJA YOGA MEDITATION OPEN MIC JAM SESSION LAUGHTER YOGA Participate in a blend of playful breathing tech niques & stretching exercises that stimulate GERMAN MOVIES BREAST CANCER SUPPORT GROUP BEGINNERS YOGA p.m.; Visual Arts Pavilions aerobics room, DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP BLOOD GLUCOSE CONTROL Learn how to use your daily self-monitored blood glucose to improve diabetes control ADULT BALLET CLASSES YOGA WITH SARASWATI lywood Beach Culture & Community Center, TUESDAY THURSDAY 3HO KUNDALINI YOGA Postures, Breathing, Meditation, Chanting, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY & SATURDAYDANCE CLASSES TUESDAY & THURSDAYGROUP FITNESS Adult classes; 6 p.m.; ArtsPark at Young Circle FILM FLAM noon; Fred Lippman Multi-Purpose Center, WEDNESDAYSKARATE CLASSES THRIFT SHOP PEE WEE TENNIS LESSONS SOUTH BROWARD BUSINESS COUNCIL Browards oldest networking business INTRO-TO-POLE Bring heels & a small towel for pole-dancing RAJA YOGA MEDITATION MENS GOLF GROUP MUSIC THEORY CLASSES CHICAGO-STYLE STEPPIN MEDITATION STUDIO Features aromatherapy, mantras & sacred WEDNES DAY & THURSDAYTAI CHI lywood Beach Culture & Community Center, ZAMAR SCHOOL OF PERFORMING ARTS Piano, boys violin & band classes for ages 6 & older, with scholarships & family discounts WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY & SATURDAYCARDIO P.A.R.A.D.E. Dance your way into better shape to the rhythms of salsa, samba, merengue, konpa, WEDNESDAY & FRIDAYSEA TURTLES AND THEIR BABIES One-hour slide presentation & lecture followed by a release of hatchlings on the beach; THURSDAYSBLUE MOON THURSDAYS Performances by local blues-inspired LAUGHTER YOGA CHEERLEADING CLASSES Little League cheerleading classes for ages BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP BNI HOLLYWOOD SYNERGY CHAPTER business & professional networking organiza breakfast meeting; Orangebrook Golf & Coun OJIMA ENERGY EMPOWERMENT CIRCLE Noninvasive, relaxing mind-body technique in TAI CHI CLASSES ADULT JAZZ/EXERCISE BEGINNERS YOGA lywood Beach Culture & Community Center, FRIDAYSFUNTASTIC FRIDAYS FOR KIDS bounce house, clowns, arts & crafts, kids KIDS EAT FREE DOWNTOWN meal when accompanied by an adult ordering Bakery or Sage Caf & Oyster Bar. Call the TIKI SUNSETS HAPPY HOUR Features live music & entertainment at the Ocean Dr.; no cover charge & free valet parkPLAZA PERFORMANCES entertainment in a variety of musical genres; FL. POP SHOP Interactive pop workshop with master instruc tor Aquaboogy exposes students of all levels to the hip-hop art of popping & locking in RAINBOW ART CLASS for fees. SINGLE GOURMET Provides upscale gatherings for singles to GROUP SALSA CLASSES CLASSIC MOVIES NIGHT FRIDAY SUNDAYDOG BEACH OF HOLLYWOOD Dogs must have current rabies tag & owners North Beach between Pershing & Custer SATURDAYSIMAGINATION HOUR Storytelling & interactive activities for children; TAI CHI FOR SENIORS Improve balance & strength, help prevent os teoporosis, weak bone density, hypertension & FITNESS BOOT CAMP ADULT YOGA CLASSES for times & fees. ABCS (ABS, BALANCE AND CORE) Creative exercises focus on all abdominal muscles, followed by back-strengthening, core ArtsPark at Young Circle (aerobics room, INTRO-TO-POLE Bring heels & a small towel for pole-dancing SATURDAY & SUNDAYARTSPARK FUN SHOP Interactive childrens arts & crafts activities; AQUARIUM: BEHIND THE SCENES SUNDAYSORGANIC GREEN MARKET PALM COURT JAZZ TAI CHI BALLROOM DANCING Includes free line dance lessons, Music by

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SAT., A UGUST 1PROGRESS IN THE PARK A parade will be followed by a celebration with music, games & free back-to-school supplies & im munization services (children must be accompanied by a parent & have p.m.; Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. KAYAK FOR BEGINNERS Skills include basic stroke, longdistance paddling, sea-kayaking & FAMILY EXHIBIT HALL TOUR Learn about the mangrove swamp & its fascinating creatures, then explore along one of the parks boardwalk trails; 11 a.m.-noon; Anne MEDITATION STUDIO screen in a meditation setting; 11 SUN., August 2DREAM CAR CLASSIC music, a bounce house & awards; 10 Young Circle; free for spectators. Call COIN & COLLECTIBLE SHOW Presented by Gold Coast Coin Club David Park Community Center, 108 TUES., August 4SOUTHEAST REPUBLICAN CLUB lywood Beach Culture & Community TAI CHI THURS., August 6FULL MOON JAZZ Featuring performances by Madd Jazz and Oriente with special guest Broadwalk; free. Call the Beach BOOK CLUB Sponsored by the Broward County lywood Beach Culture & Community PROPERTY TAX OUTREACH Broward County Property Appraiser staff will assist taxpayers with FRI., A UGUST 71ST FRIDAY NETWORKING PARTY Biz to Biz Networking event for BROADWALK FRIDAY FEST St. & the Broadwalk; free. Call the DATE NITE Journey to Africa themed activities TAI CHI SAT., A UGUST 8STUDENT HEALTH FAIR Offering school physicals, immuniza tions and vision and hearing screen ings. A copy of the childs current immunization record is required. Immunizations will be provided for Medicaid patients and those without health insurance, for newborns up to MEDITATION STUDIO HOLLYWOOD WEST SUMMER FUN MEDITATION STUDIO Features aromatherapy, mantras, guided meditation & sacred music TUES., A UGUST 11JUNIOR CHAMBER MEETING Blvd.; Special Guest Speaker Judy Erickson; Call Executive Director WED., A UGUST 12PROPERTY TAX OUTREACH Broward County Property Appraiser staff will assist taxpayers with AN EVENING OF ART & CULTURE lywood to admire local artwork from THURS., A UGUST 13HOLLYWOOD ART GUILD Monthly meeting open to the public PROPERTY TAX OUTREACH Broward County Property Appraiser staff will assist taxpayers with FRI., A UGUST 14TRAVEL & TOURISM LUNCHEON bean International Update with vice president John Fox; noon; Charnow BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, JR. Summer campers in the Art and CulBROADWALK FRIDAY FEST Cezar Santana Band performs Broadwalk; free. Call the Beach FAMILY FUN NIGHT Castaway Island aquatics park fes tivities include games & activities for all ages both in & out of the water; SAT., A UGUST 15ARTWALK complimentary refreshments at all galleries & participating businesses; MEDITATION STUDIO Features aromatherapy, mantras, guided meditation & sacred music ECO-ROOM ANIMALS Explore the interesting creatures a.m.-noon; Anne Kolb Nature Center SUN., A UGUST 16FAMILY DAY Features a hands-on art activity for all ages based on a current art FLASH RACE IN DOWNTOWN HOLLYWOOD Jaycees Charities Fund; For more information contact Jamie Mardis at MON., A UGUST 17 HOLLYWOOD GARDEN CLUB All ages are welcome to learn about gardening in S. Fla., share tips & MON. FRI., A UGUST 17-21SPECIALTY WEEK CAMP through imagination, interdisciplin TUES., A UGUST 18BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP Basic Bookkeeping for Your Small Business & Economic Development, DEPRESSION GLASS CLUB South Florida Depression Glass Club promotes awareness & appreciation of depression-era glassware through p.m.; Fred Lippman Multi-Purpose WED., A UGUST 19CONSTANT CONTACT SEMINAR THURS., A UGUST 20DOG PARK PETIQUETTE CLASS perience with their canine companion PROPERTY TAX OUTREACH Broward County Property Appraiser staff will assist taxpayers with FRI., A UGUST 21FREE LUNCH 2 LEARN ence for all ages featuring the Citys a.m.-1 p.m.; Fred Lippman Multi BROADWALK FRIDAY FEST GOOD MORNING HOLLYWOOD Breakfast features Education and the Strength of Business Partner ships with guest speaker Lynn GoldSAT., A UGUST 22BACK TO SCHOOL BLOCK PARTY INDOOR FLEA MARKET antiques, coins, household items & MEDITATION STUDIO Aromatherapy, mantras, guided meditation & sacred music chants; SUN., A UGUST 23SHALOMFEST 2009 turing music, face painting, balloons, Judaic gifts & crafts, plus information on adult education, preschool & re WED., A UGUST 26MUSIC APPRECIATION CLASS Multidimensional program introduces ages 6-10 to the classical composers & music theory basics; 10-11 a.m.; BUSINESS AFTER HOURS Ginos Italian American Deli & Meat THURS., A UGUST 27PROPERTY TAX OUTREACH Broward County Property Appraiser staff will assist taxpayers with FRI., A UGUST 28BROADWALK FRIDAY FEST CLASSIC CRUISE NIGHT lywood Beach Broadwalk; free for CPR CLASS Presented by Nanny Poppinz; 10 S. 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jackets, a few The Schomers one day a week coordinating week of dining and dancing excursions. After a night on the town, theyll 5 a.m. watching TV. The secret to their seemingly boundless energy? We take a lot of vitamins, said Mort, whose strict daily regimen vitamins. A heart attack and call, and Mort has since lectured on vitamins and nutrition and is writing a book on the subject, Mort and Carol, who met back in years ago from Cleveland to South Florida, regularly hit the South Florida dance scene. Long after their friends have called it a night, Mort and Carol can often be seen dancing the night away in Downtown Hollywood. are very good to dance, Mort said. Its a great area.DANCING DUO CONT. FROM PAGE 1 Mort Schomer is a very active 80 years old and Carol is 78, and they go dancing just about every night of the week for the fun of it and to stay active and young at heart. When Mort wrote a charming letter to Mayor Bober acknowledging his affinity for Downtown Hollywood, the duo stepped into the spotlight and captured the attention of the Downtown CRA and Hollywood Gazette. ROBERT STOLPE PHOTOGRAPHY cling and sweating through early-morning workouts, Chantal Fuhrman exercised Body Challenge at Synergize gym last month. She walked away with Eyes. It was exciting and amazing to win, Chantal Synergize owner Shondelle Solomon-Miles created the contest as a way to reach out to the community and Transformation contests are good Nineteen-year-old Chantal decided to give the contest a try after hearing about it from her mother, Christine. She Everything was kind through it, she said. In addition to all the of everything she ate. dedicated, Christine said. It takes a lot of hard work, Other winners included Sue Carlozzi, who won tha Rastagh, who won third will not be the last. The second contest terly. For more information about Syn ergize or the Best Body Challenge, call Fitness challenge winners announced Fuhrman ART & CULTURE BUSINESS COMMUNITY EVENTS FOOD HEALTH SCHOOL OPINION PEOPLE PETS FOR DAILY NEWS UPDATES, VISIT 24 2009 DOWNTOWN HOLLYWOOD Enjoy an enchanted evening strolling Downtown Hollywoods quaint, tree-lined sidewalks while being serenaded by the sounds of a jazz saxophone, or the soft strings of a violin or harp. Look over the shoulder of an artist painting in the street and visit the art galleries and businesses showcasing local, regional and international artwork .3rd Saturday of Every Month (2028 Harrison St)PARKING: Park in one of our municipal garages from 6am10pm. The first two hours are FREE! $1 per hour thereafter. Garage Parking: 20th Avenue Municipal Garage (between Harrison Street and Van Buren Street) OR 19th Avenue Municipal Garage (between Tyler Street and Polk Street).Info: 954.921.3016 or HCRA-1318-11-HollywoodGazette-AW-AD.indd 1 7/16/09 10:35:17 AM

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