Hollywood gazette

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
Hollywood gazette
Abbreviated Title:
Gazette
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jennifer A. Sandomir
Place of Publication:
Hollywood, FL
Publication Date:

Subjects

Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved by the source institution.
System ID:
AA00025512:00039


This item is only available as the following downloads:


Full Text

PAGE 1

PRSRT STD ECRWSS US POSTAGE PAID PERMIT 1498 SO FL, FL 3363 SHERIDAN ST. SUITE 209 HOLLYWOOD, FL 33021LOCAL Postal Customer Party with a Purpose moves to Hard Rock The City will add sand to Hollywood Beach to prevent further beach erosion. CITY ADDRESSES RISING SEA LEVELS PAGE 8 9BY MIRIAM CRONKHITE(l to r): Donna Bochack, Young Professionals for Covenant House; Sara Lavenka, Hollywood Jaycees President; Jennifer Davis, Hollywood Womens Club President; Susan Renneisen, Director of Special Events at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino; Shelley Goren, Gildas Club South Florida President/CEO; and Nadine McCrea, Community Enhancement Collaboration (CEC) Founder/President. ARTISTS A TTEMPT TO C RE A TE ARTS DISTRICT DOWNTOWN PAGE 27 PAGE 262012 ELECTION UPDATE

PAGE 2

WHEN YOURE SMILING the whole world smiles with youWe offer the best in: $ 85 $ 65 $ 125 $ 250 Off Off First Visit Value $250 Childrens Exam Teeth Whitening w/ ZOOM System Invisalign Inc: Exam, Oral Cancer Screening, 2 Bite Wing X-Rays, Cleaning Includes: Exam & Cleaning New patients only. Cannot be combined with any other o ers. With coupon only. Exp. 1/31/12 New patients only. Cannot be combined with any other o ers. With coupon only. Exp. 1/31/12 New patients only. Cannot be combined with any other o ers. With coupon only. Exp. 1/31/12 New patients only. Cannot be combined with any other o ers. With coupon only. Exp. 1/31/12HG HG HG HG FREE Implant 2 JANUARY 2012

PAGE 3

HOLLYWOOD GAZETTE | 800-683-3187 | WWW.HOLLYWOODGAZETTE.COM3

PAGE 4

FREE ConsultationAnsel & Miller, LLCpersonal injury attorneysareas of practice THE LAW OFFICE OF 4 JANUARY 2012

PAGE 5

HOLLYWOOD GAZETTE | 800-683-3187 | WWW.HOLLYWOODGAZETTE.COM5

PAGE 6

MUNICIPAL NEWS Downtown Hollywood gets cleaned up Block by BlockBY BRETT DALY | Editor brett@hollywoodgazette.com Safety Precautions for SeniorsLunch & LearnWed., Jan. 11, 2012 11 a.m. 1 p.m.Presented by: Elaine Terner 954.989.1550 1.800.723.3233 Save the Date 2/8/12 Lunch & Learn The Lonliness Solution 6 JANUARY 2012 HOLLYWOOD GAZETTE | 954-962-8180 | WWW.HOLLYWOODGAZETTE.COM

PAGE 7

MONTHLY FEATUREE-mail a hi-res photo with the following information: Name (owners/parents); Pet (breed and name); Age & Gender and Special traits & talents to creative@hollywoodgazette.com.DO YOU WANT YOUR PET TO BE PET OF THE MONTH?of the monthpetRustyRusty is a lhasa apso, and was a birthday present for our daughter, Amy Bustamante. Rusty will steal him! He loves to be on your lap and is incredibly sweet, smart and will never let anybody knock at the door without us knowing. He is the best! Dear Editor, We think in todays economy when so many families in Hollywood are struggling to make ends meet, the City of Hollywood decides to increase beach parking at the meters AGAIN. When will the City stop increasing beach parking? We read in the newspaper that the beach parking rates were increased due to the free pull in parking now effective in Downtown Hollywood. Why should the people living in Hollywood support free parking in Downtown Hollywood? If you took a poll, many more people would rather spend time at the beach and on the Hollywood Broadwalk than Downtown at the bars, lounges and restaurants. Make beach parking affordable for the working families of Hollywood! Judith and Charles Geanuracos Dear Editor, Hollywood commissioners spent at a time of economic turn down more than $700,000 on a water tower repaint that should have been done for $400,000. Their logic was to have an icon for travelers to remember and hopefully visit Hollywood. The highlight was to have the temperature and time for motorists to look at while traveling 70 MPH or more down I-95. Unfortunately it does not work. Last week, I happened to be coming southbound on the turnpike in Pompano and what do I spy? A common billboard in the middle of no distinct location with both the temperature and time boldly displayed and working properly. Looks like our commission has had another boondoggle and we taxpayers are footing the bill. Jim Stoodley Francesca and Alexandra, Diane and Irving Panciera, Valerie Panciera-Rieth and Kevin Rieth4200 Hollywood Boulevard www.LandmarkFuneralHome.com Kevin S. Rieth, Licensed Funeral Director Valerie Panciera-Rieth Bereavement Services, LLC. Landmark Funeral Home and growth, we open our doors and offer ourselves to you. With no beginning... and no end, our commitment to excellence is unsurpassed. As the circle of life continues, so does our care for you... 954-989-8220 EMAIL YOUR LETTERS TO THE EDITOR TO MIRIAM HOLLYWOODGAZETTE.COM. Join s!Entrance fee includes: DATE: TIME: HOST: R.S.V.P. COST: only $10PARTY WITH A PURPOSECOMMUNUITY LEADERS NETWORKING FOR CHARITY AND FUN NEW VENUE!Bngos Cubn Cafe n Ho yw Gae e nvite ou 7

PAGE 8

The City of Hollywood faces a 2 to 5 foot sea level increase by 2100, said Dr. Nancy Gassman of the Broward County Department of Environmental Protection and Growth Management during the Dec. 7 City Commission meeting, an increase which could have a profound impact on the City. Gassman made a presentation to commissioners in an effort to raise awareness about the issue and to jump start discussions on ways to prevent damage caused by rising sea levels. My hope is that this is the beginning of a conversation between the county and the City and to help you start thinking about the future of your community and how to make it more climate resistant, she said. According to data collected by the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Compact, the sea level in Southeast Florida has risen 8 to 10 inches over the last century which would mean an additional 4 to 5 inches by mid-century if it increases on the same pace. However, the compact believes it will accelerate. Gassman said a 1-foot rise could occur as soon as 2040, a 2-foot rise could occur as soon as 2060 and a 3-foot rise could occur as soon as 2075. Implications of rising sea level, she said, include saltwater intrusion into the aquifer; drainage and flood control problems; impacts to public and private infrastructure; beach erosion; and impacts to coral reefs and to the Everglades. Gassman said a 1-foot rise in Hollywood would affect local parks such as Anne Kolb and West Lake, local roads (Lakes area) and lowlying tidal areas. A 2-foot rise would affect even more local streets, lowlying communities especially near waterways, low-lying areas in golf courses and beach erosion. A 3-foot rise would affect communities near the Intracoastal and tidal water bodies, utility easement and major roadways. The cost in property damage would range from $403 million to $828 million for 1 foot of increase and from $6.9 billion to $12.1 billion for 3 feet of increase. Time is on our side to start making plans to address these issues, Gassman said. We have opportunity to look into the future, know that these issues are coming and take action. She pointed out that the City has already taken steps to combat the issue of rising sea levels. For example, it passed on ordinance stating that new construction in Hollywood must be 18 inches above the roadway, and it also raised Hollywood Boulevard. In addition, to address beach erosion, the City began a beach renourishment project, which it will complete in February. The project will occur in two phases. In phase one, 27,000 tons of sand between Sheridan and Carolina Streets will be added to restore the dune between Sherman and Thomas Streets. In phase two, 97,000 tons of sand from approximately Foxglove Terrace to the southern boundary of the City will be added. The sand will extend the beach from a few feet to more than 50 feet depending on the location and existing condition of the beach, according to the City of Hollywoods website. Gassman recommends that Hollywood continue to develop strategies to protect and maximize the useful life of existing properties and infrastructure as well as amend plans to address more vulnerable areas like public infrastructure and future land use. I think this is a wake-up call for us to really being thinking ahead, said Commissioner Richard Blattner. For more information about the beach renourishment project, visit http://www.hollywoodcra.org/news. html. BEACH NEWS City addresses rising sea levelsBY BRETT DALY | Editor brett@hollywoodgazette.com To address beach erosion, the City began a beach renourishment project, which it will complete in February. The sand will extend the beach from a few feet to more than 50 feet depending on the location and existing condition of the beach. Photo courtesy of the City of Hollywood. Ta A1 Ta x Bureau 954-234-4567Call for free consultation www.MercuryAutoTransport.com 954-687-0099 Need to Ship Your Vehicle Anywhere in the Country? Call the most reputable name in Auto TransportFrom beginning to end my experience was exceptional. Mercury Transport was professional and helpful taking the time to communicate clearly the process & cost involved with shipping my vehicle. I would highly recommend Mercury Auto Transport to anyone needing a similar service. Tonya G. Hollywood, FL www.MercuryAutoTransport.com 954-687-0099 Need to Ship Your Vehicle Anywhere in the Country? Call the most reputable name in Auto TransportFrom beginning to end my experience was exceptional. Mercury Transport was professional and helpful taking the time to communicate clearly the process & cost involved with shipping my vehicle. I would highly recommend Mercury Auto Transport to anyone needing a similar service. Tonya G. Hollywood, FL 8 JANUARY 2012

PAGE 9

Nonprofit organizations are vital to the health of a community; unfortunately nonprofits now face critical financial hardships and need help from the community. As federal and local grants become increasingly more challenging to secure, nonprofit organizations are relying upon grassroot, communitydriven efforts to raise the capital needed to meet their objectives. The Urban Institute 2010 National Survey of Nonprofit-Government Contracting and Grants found Florida nonprofits are experiencing severe declines in revenue, projected to continue in upcoming years. The Hollywood Gazette has joined forces with the Seminole Paradise and the Hard Rock in 2012 to network, fundraise and increase awareness within the community. Hollywood Gazette has organized monthly fundraising events, dubbed Party with a Purpose, since 2008. Dave & Busters has generously hosted the Party with a Purpose (PWP) events for the last three years, along with publisher Jennifer Sandomir and event coordinator Marika Guyton. Their combined efforts have helped make each year more successful. Last year PWP events raised more than $33,000 for 11 different nonprofits. This year, due to the change of venue and the expansion of the team at the Hard Rock coordinating and promoting the events, our concepts have vastly expanded to involve the community on a much greater scale, Sandomir said. At the 2012 PWP, attendees donate $10 at the door and can expect appetizers, drinks specials, raffles and networking. This year additional efforts such as a fundraising flash mob, comedy festival and karaoke-a-thon and being coordinated to coincide with the events. Murphys Law, Renegade, Bluepoint Ocean Grill, Tequila Ranch and Rock N Hookah have committed to hosting PWP events, usually at 5:30 p.m. on the third Thursday of the month. We anticipate doubling what was raised last year at a minimum, Sandomir said. Hollywood Gazettes Party with a Purpose is an extraordinary charitable initiative that brings awareness to 12 local philanthropic organizations, and it gives us great joy to be the official venue for 2012, said Susan Renneisen, director of special events at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, With 12 full-service restaurants and 12 bars and lounges, it was an obvious decision to serve as the location for the monthly mixers, where these commendable organizations will have the opportunity to bring awareness to their mission while enjoying South Floridas ultimate entertainment destination. National, state and local reduction of general-fund revenues means cuts in community development programs, education and environmental programs, mentoring programs, legal assistance, public broadcasting and health. Private funding and individual contributions are essential to the future of many community nonprofits. The 2011 Fundraising Effectiveness Project, conducted by The Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy at the Urban Institute and the Association of Fundraising Professionals, found that for every $5.35 that respondent organizations raised in gift dollars in 2010, $5.54 was lost through attrition, a negative 1.9 percent growth-in-giving ratio. The first 2012 PWP event will be held at Bongos Cuban Caf on Jan. 19 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. to benefit the Hollywood Jaycees. Since 1994, the Jaycees have supplied clothes, food and training to local families. Goals for 2012 include increasing volunteer/membership in order to expand their reach in the community. According to the president of the Hollywood Jaycees, Sara Lavenka, the majority of the funding comes from donations and fundraising events. The Community Enhancement Collaboration serves the community with such programs as Adopt-A House that helps restore a house to code compliance and a program that donates blankets to sick children at Washington Park Community Center and the homeless. The fundraising events are very vital for the day-to-day operations of CEC. We have no administration, and with funds being cut from the City of Hollywood as well as government funds, we rely on the support of the community, said executive director Nadine McCrea. The Ann Storck Center currently serves 300 children and adults with developmental disabilities through its specialized Residential Services, Preschool Early Intervention Program, Developmental Training Program for adults, and a nationally acclaimed Expressive Arts Program that combines fine art and music therapy. Funding for programs provided to people with disabilities has been cut drastically over the years, said Director of Community Relations Elisabeth Glynn. The Anne Storck Center relies on community support. Contributions from members of the community, foundations and corporations are greatly appreciated, Glynn said. CasaBlanca Academy provides children with autism and other developmental challenges an educational setting with unique methods. Private contributions are integral to our continued success, said Lizzie Bicknell, vice president of Administration and Development. We are a small, nonprofit school, and we strive to keep our tuition at an attainable level. This year, CasaBlanca Academy hopes to raise money to increase training and technology among staff and families. The Hollywood Womens Club is the worlds oldest and largest womens service organizations, dedicated to serving the community through events like their 2nd Annual Bicycle Project. The HWC Day Group raised money for five bicycles that they awarded to deserving, economically less fortunate youths, based on merit and educator recommendations. According to Day Group Coordinator Hermine Vogler, They are all children of great need and are all innocent victims of their circumstances. A total of 12 organizations will benefit from this years line up in 2012, which will culminate with an additional holiday event and opportunity for the organizations to raise even more. Nonprofit organizations interested in being considered for the 2013 PWP agenda, should mail a press kit to 3363 Sheridan St., Suite 209 Hollywood, FL 33021. Visit www.hollywoodgazette.com or Hollywood Gazette on Facebook to stay up to date on monthly details. Those who would like to donate raffle items, expertise or talent to PWP can contact Miriam Cronkhite at miriam@ hollywoodgazette.com. Party with a Purpose: Hard Rock StyleCOVER STORY BY MIRIAM CRONKHITE | Managing Editor miriam@hollywoodgazette.com Jan. 19 to benefit Hollywood Jaycees from 5:30 7:30 p.m. at Bongos Cuban Caf Feb. 23 to benefit Broward Outreach Center at Murphys Law March 15 to benefit Ann Storck Center at Renegade April 19 to benefit Russell Life Skills and Reading Foundation Bluepoint Ocean Grill May 17 to benefit Art and Culture Center of Hollywood at Tequila Ranch June 21 to benefit Boys & Girls Club of Broward at Rock N Hookah July 19 to benefit Gildas Club at the Improv Aug. 23 to benefit Covenant House of Broward at Murphys Law Sept. 20 to benefit Community Enhancement Collaboration Renegade Oct. 18 to benefit CasaBlanca Academy at Bluepoint Ocean Grill Nov. 15 to benefit Hollywood Womens Club at Tequila Ranch Dec. 15 to benefit Bess Route Foundation at Rock N HookahNONPROFIT LEADERS GATHER AT THE HARD ROCK TO DISCUSS 2012 PARTY WITH A PURPOSE: (l to r): Donna Bochack, Young Professionals for Covenant House; Sara Lavenka, Hollywood Jaycees President; Jennifer Davis, Hollywood Womens Club President; Shelley Goren, Gildas Club South Florida President/CEO; and Nadine McCrea, Community Enhancement Collaboration (CEC) Founder/President.THE 2012 PARTY WITH A PURPOSE LINE UP INCLUDES**DATES, VENUES AND NONPROFITS SUBJECT TO CHANGE, REFER TO WWW.HOLLYWOODGAZETTE.COM FOR THE MOST UP TO DATE INFORMATIONLast year PWP events raised more than $33,000 for 11 different nonprofits. We anticipate doubling what was raised last year at a minimum. HOLLYWOOD GAZETTE | 800-683-3187 | WWW.HOLLYWOODGAZETTE.COM9

PAGE 10

CHAMBER NEWS SCENES FROM THE CHAMBERS RECENT BREAKFAST MEETINGMarc Jacobs (left) and Matt Moritz of InTown Map & City Guide exhibit as part of the business expo held in conjunction with the breakfast. Breakfast attendees Trisha Price, Felipe Cortinas, Karen Renzaglia and Iveta Rietschel explore the business expo at the breakfast. New members (front row, left to right): Jennifer Judice, Maureen Scanlon, Kerry Millhiser, Chai Chen, Iveta Rietschel, Nelly Abreu, Karen Renzaglia and Darren Kiley (back row) are recognized at the breakfast. Grapes for Grades committee members present a check for the proceeds from their recent event. Pictured from left to right are: Donna Dickey, Marty Jacobsen, Diana Pittarelli, Pat Chukerman, Robert Rentzer, Carlos Jimenez and Shekar Reddy. Ed Walls, General Manager of The Westin Diplomat which sponsored the breakfast addresses attendees. Guest speaker Cathy Swanson-Rivenbark with some of Hollywoods finest Chamber Golf Tourney Mixes Business With Pleasure David Kout (left to right), Beth Tobin, Shawn Derosa and Steve Baker prepare to tee-off. Chamber Executive Director Anne Hotte thanks golf tournament chair Bryan DeCort for his outstanding service. Tournament chair Bryan DeCort and his teammate, Debbie Savage.The Westin Diplomat Golf & Country Club played host to the Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerces 28th Annual Golf tournament recently, enabling 120 participants to enjoy a gorgeous day of mixing business with pleasure. This years tournament was held in collaboration with the Greater Hollywood Family Y. Congratulations to the Hillcrest Golf and Country Club foursome for bringing home first place; foursome members included Lewis Rissman, David Cage, Howard Hulsebosch and Tom Pace. Tournament committee members worked diligently to ensure the events success. Special thanks to chair Bryan DeCort of AAA Parking and his committee members: Rich Aube, Phil Cooke, Jenna Chamberlain, Cynthia Evans, Debbie Furslew, Gayle Goodman, Anne Hotte, Mark Johnson, Alan Koslow, Rhonda Ludwig, Michael Oestreich, Heidi OSheehan, Roxanne Rossiter, Mark Rowe, Patty Sacco, Debbie Savage, Marie Suarez, Jamie Summers and Julie Sundstrom. The chamber is grateful to its corporate sponsors for their support of this tournament: 123 LumpSum, AutoNation, AAA Parking, Bacardi, Becker & Poliakoff, Calvin Giordano, Heineken USA, HEICO Corporation, FPL, Hollywood Beach Marriott, JetBlue, Magners Irish Cider, Mickey Byrnes, Seminole Tribe of Florida, Sun Credit Union and The Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa. Plans for the 29th Annual Golf tournament are already underway!This happy foursome includes Tim Bowers (left to right), KC Jones, Mike Allen and Russell Mackie. 10 JANUARY 2012

PAGE 11

CHAMBER NEWS FRIDAY, JAN. 62011 Hollywood Business Woman of the Year Luncheon11:30 a.m. 2 p.m. Hillcrest Golf & Country Club 4600 Hillcrest Drive, Hollywood Keynote Speaker: Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman SchultzFRIDAY, JAN. 13Good Morning Hollywood Breakfast7 to 9 a.m. Hillcrest Golf & Country Club 4600 Hillcrest Drive, Hollywood Guest Speaker: Mayor Peter Bober Topic: Annual State of the City Address Sponsored byWEDNESDAY, JAN. 25Business After Hours5 to 7 p.m. SpareZ 5325 South University Drive, Davie CHAMBER OF COMMERCE UPCOMING EVENTSREGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR ALL EVENTS! Call the Chamber at 954-923-4000 to register for all your Chamber events or visit www.hollywoodchamber.orgFor information about joining the Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, call 954-923-4000. Cong. Debbie Wasserman Schultz Keynote Speaker at Chambers Upcoming Woman of the Year LuncheonPublic Safety Day a Hands-On Experience for Leadership Hollywood ClassOn Friday, Jan. 6, the Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce will welcome Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz as its keynote speaker for the 2011 Woman of the Year luncheon. The event will take place at Hillcrest Golf & Country Club beginning at 11:30 a.m. and advance registration is required. This years nominees include: Lifestyles and Changes LLC WELCOME NEW CHAMBER MEMBERS211 Broward or First Call for Help is a 24-hour helpline for all Broward County residents who need health and human services. Laurie Sallarulo 954-390-0493 Beauty by Reyna is a Dominican salon specializing in all types of hair. Rosario Tavarez 786-942-2996 Blue Star Taverna prepares Kosher, Mediterranean cuisine in the restaurant located at 2221 N. Federal Highway. Daniel Setton 954-588-3701 La Clinique Soleil is a walk in urgent care clinic providing prompt, cost-effective treatment to local and international patients. Ana Sanchez 954-842-8800 Hollywood Health and Wellness provides chiropractic care, massage therapy, lipo laser and HCG weight loss, nutritional counseling and personal injury care. Dr. Matthew Wilson 954-961-7400 Kerrys Papery specializes in invitations and social stationary for all of your events. Kerry Millhiser 954-547-3165 Medallion Paint Center is a family-owned paint center and has been doing business in Hollywood for the last 40 years. Darren Kiley 954-792-3900 Music Club of Hollywood, formerly known as the Tuesday Morning Musical, has invested in the future of music through scholarships and has provided music appreciation classes free for the public for more than six decades. Robert Coopman 678-516-0500 Nat Bank offers a wide range of banking products and services suited to the needs of individuals and businesses. Marie Claude Lebel 954-923-4933 Original Brooklyn Water Bagel Co. uses a proprietary water treatment technology system to replicate Brooklyn water the key ingredient necessary to create the nations finest bagel anywhere in the world. Brian Bowdish 954-965-5920 Iveta Rietschels Bookkeeping & Financial Solutions brings 20 years of experience in accounting for small and large businesses, has professional bookkeeper, Quick Book specialist, and tax preparer certifications and is State of Florida Public Notary. Iveta Rietschel 305-775-5294 Maureen Scanlons Massage Therapy provides personal therapeutic massages in your own home. Maureen Scanlon 516-443-3435 Success Through Enhanced Performance assists companies with increasing revenues, profits and productivity through the development of their employees by training, coaching and employee evaluations. Class member Sharon Kaplan tries out SWAT gear. Leadership Hollywood class member Trisha Price experiences fire fighting gear first-hand. Save the DateWe heard it through the grapevine March 2nd, 2012 GHCC Gala and Installation DinnerGet Ready to Rock and Roll! HOLLYWOOD GAZETTE | 800-683-3187 | WWW.HOLLYWOODGAZETTE.COM11

PAGE 12

GREEN ENVIRONMENTS We are available to answer any questions or handle special requests, so feel free to give us a call at (954) 583-5100 or email us at GreenEnvironmentsInc@yahoo.com OUR WEEKLY SERVICES New to the plant world? Getting an estimate is FREE and easy! First we meet with you at your home or ofce and take a look at your or space. Together we decide what type of containers, style and color, best suit your needs and compliments your current decor. We have catalogs of plant photos for viewing and can explain which ones will thrive under your avail able lighting. After your initial consultation, well work up a design that ts within your budget. Once the installation is complete, youll enjoy a beautiful plantscape for many years to come. Live Interior Plant Landscaping & Weekly Maintenance for your Commercial Space! HOW GREEN ENVIRONMENTS INTERIORS WORKS FOR YOU schedules available applying the proper amount of Water each plant 12 JANUARY 2012

PAGE 13

Se Habla Espaolzfortho.comSPECIALIZING IN ORTHODONTICS & DENTO-FACIAL ORTHOPEDICS Braces & Invisalign for Children, Teens, & Adults Quality Gentle Care with a Personal TouchFALL SPECIAL Mention this ad for a Complimentary CONSULTATIONLimit 1 per patient. EMERALD HILLS MEDICAL SQUARE 4480 SHERIDAN STREET (NEXT TO PEDIATRIC ASSOCIATES) HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA 33021Call Today 954.961.2695 ALSO IN WESTON During its annual meeting and luncheon, the Hollywood Historical Society will honor Jean Disher, and Diane and Irving Panciera with its Hammerstein Award. The event will take place on Jan. 15 at the Hollywood Beach Golf & Country Club, 1600 Johnson St. Mingling and cocktails (cash bar) begin at 12:30 p.m. with lunch beginning at 1:30 p.m. The event will also feature the induction of the new board. Tickets cost $25, and people interested in attending should mail a check by Jan. 10 to the Hollywood Historical Society: P.O. Box 222755, Hollywood, FL 33022. Free parking is available at the event. Hollywood Historical Society to host annual awards luncheon EVENTS HOLLYWOOD GAZETTE | 800-683-3187 | WWW.HOLLYWOODGAZETTE.COM13

PAGE 14

The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supported in part by its members, admissions, private entities, the City of Hollywood, the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council; the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture; and the Kresge Foundation. We welcome donations from all members of the community who wish to support our work. Image: Photographs from the exhibition Artist Unknown/The Free World pairings, anonymous images collected by John D. Monteith and Oliver Wasow.Arts Education for All for children beginning in late January starting in late January appointment for Guitar, Piano, Recorder or Flute, Violin, and Voice Visit ArtAndCultureCenter.org/education or call for more information and to register.1650 Harrison Street Hollywood, FL 33020 9 54. 921. 3274 ArtAndCultureCenter.org 2012 Family Performing Arts Season Florida Youth Orchestra: Major Music Presents Saturday, January 21, 2 pm Atlantic Coast Theatre: City Mouse Country Mouse Saturday, February 18, 2 pm Julian Toha: Infinite Potential Evening Concert Friday, March 16, 7 pm Childrens Concert & Workshop Saturday, March 17, 2 pm West Broward High School: HANDS Saturday, April 21, 6 pm Fantasy Theatre Factory: Gordon Gumshoe, Fairy Tale Detective Saturday, May 26, 2 pmTickets may be purchased at the box office 45 minutes prior to showtime. All seats are general admission. Fantasy Theatre Factory: Gordan Gumshoe, Fairy Tale Detective 14 JANUARY 2012

PAGE 15

DENTAL EXAM ** DENTAL CLEANING Dr. Marc Frankel has been serving the Hallandale Beach area for over 25 years! You will nd a professional and friendly sta waiting for you! Come Visit Us! Get a Sizzling Smile! $89 DENTAL EXAM** $ 89**If patient is not deemed a candidate due to periodontal disease or any other complication, we reserve the right to deny this promotion. www.DrFrankelDDS.com | drfrankeldds@aol.com TEETH WHITENING (BLEACHING)** $ 225**If patient is not deemed a candidate due to periodontal disease or any other complication, we reserve the right to deny this promotion. Dr. Marc Frankel D.D.S (954)454-4949 2100 East Hallandale Beach Blvd. Suite-305 | Hallandale Beach New Age Cycles has recently expanded from its Downtown location to also include Hollywood Beach. Located in the lobby of the Hollywood Beach Resort (101 N. Surf Road behind OMalleys Ocean Pub), they rent bikes by the hour, day or week. They will even deliver them to hotels or homes. Every day I ride an electric bike, people stop me to ask questions about it, most from the window of their car, said Mary, owner of an eMoto electric bike. People are fascinated by the simplicity of use and effectiveness of the motor. Owner of New Age Cycles, Reed Wallace, started the business in Hollywood to provide an alternative to soaring gas prices with inexpensive, dependable, green transportation. As the demand grew for the bikes Downtown, the next logical location to open was the beach, explained Wallace, and additional expansions are coming very soon. Upcoming locations include Miami Beach and Key Biscayne. Electric bikes provide power by means of pedalassist (a combination of the motor and pedaling), torque thrust (a switch that allows the bike to advance via the motor) or simply by pedaling. Much of New Ages rental fleet consists of the durable eMoto line of bikes that can travel 20 plus miles per hour, with a range of approximately 20-40 miles. The motor charges on a simple outlet and they are equipped with puncture-resistant tires and self-sealing tubes. Bikes are maintained and checked daily to ensure safety and comfort. Electric bikes rent for $30 daily, $100 per week and for the month of January, New Age is running its Snowbird Special of $299 for 4 weeks! It comes with a charger, a basket for groceries, a lock and helmet. Ten dollars a day! Clients of all ages come from all over the world as the popularity of electric bikes grows at a rapid pace. With the ease and convenience of an electric bike, even business professionals are discovering it to be a viable alternative means of transportation. New Age Cycles is also equipped to rent and service bikes at the Downtown location at 1901 Harrison St. (corner of 19th & Harrison). For more information, call 954-921-1311 or visit www. newagecycles.com. New Age Cycles expands to beach locationBY MIRIAM CRONKHITE | Managing Editor miriam@hollywoodgazette.comLOCAL BUSINESS PROFILE Wallace UFC star Jeremy Stephans stops by New Age Cycles for a ride.ADVERTORIAL HOLLYWOOD GAZETTE | 800-683-3187 | WWW.HOLLYWOODGAZETTE.COM15

PAGE 16

Holid ay Sale Going on N OW! $9 28 $9 28 $39 8 $6 28 $6 9 8 $89 8 $228 $228 3PC SOF A, LOVE SEA T & CHAIR 7PC BEDROOM SET 10% OFFVaccinations & Veterinary Services* Robert D.Schachner, DVM Animal Medical Center & Bird Clinic of Hollywood 9.95 (washable) And Much More...10% OFF anything in stockIncontinence & Medical SuppliesPersonal Bottoms Sage Plaza 800 E. Hallandale Beach Boulevard Suite 19 FREE DELIVERY! Mon.-Fri. 9am-3pm Sat. 9am-12pm Not valid with any other offer.4-7pm Everyday at the Bar with the purchase of a beverageshenaniganseastsidepub.com Two locations: COME TRY THE$5 Hamburger w/ French Fries & Pasta Salad 10% OFF with coupon$21.95 Not to be used with any other special offers or couponsEnough for two people!Oceans Eleven on the Beach treatments! SPECIALHoliday Special70% off rst 3 treatments! 16 JANUARY 2012

PAGE 17

Hollywoods unique one-stop boutique for all your pets needs! We Carry Natural Balance, Taste of the Wild, Canidae & Halo Food Products SweatersAll Sizes from $4.99 and up Cute Inexpensive Styles for Cooler Weather! After Chrismas SALE on ALL PRODUCTS !! BIG!! On Jan. 11, in accordance with citizen participation requirements set forth by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) at 24 CFR 91.105, the City of Hollywood will conduct a public hearing before the Community Development Advisory Board (CDAB) for the development of the Citys One Year Action Plan for Fiscal Year 2012-2013. The purpose of the public hearing is to receive comments regarding the housing and community development priority needs and specific objectives proposed to be addressed with federal funds expected to be available during Fiscal Year 20122013. The action plan resulting from this process is to serve as the Citys planning document and application for funding under HUDs Community Planning and Development formula grant programs, including Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnership (HOME), during the consolidated program year (Oct. 1, 2012 to Sept. 30, 2013). All interested agencies, groups and individuals are invited to attend the public hearing to be held on Jan. 11 at the City of Hollywood City Hall Room 219 at 6:30 p.m. Written comments on community development priority needs can be submitted to the Department of Community Development, 2600 Hollywood Blvd. Room 203 Hollywood, FL 33020 on or before Jan. 10. Records and information related to the Citys Consolidated Plan, including the Citys use of assistance under the CDBG and HOME programs during the preceding five years, are available to the public at the previous address, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Call 954-921-3271 for more information. City to hold public hearing on one year action plan Lonna and Lisa: BANK APPROVED SHORT SALE! 4201 Fillmore St. 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, with pool. Asking $299,000 VICTORIA TOWERS 211 S. Ocean Dr., #405 2/2 Condo. Low Maintenance $162/mo. Asking $237,800 HOLLYWOOD OCEANFRONT 851 N Surf Rd. #203 $415,000 DOLPHIN MOTEL322 McKinley $1,875,000 OCEAN PALMS3301 S Ocean Dr., # 3308 $1,285,000HOLLYWOOD BEACH FOR SALESOLD SOLD SOLD HOLLYWOOD HILLS1706 N. Park Rd., 3/2 Pool $200,000 4806 Grant St. 3/2 $230,000 1519 N 46 Ave. 3/2 Pool, $215,000 1705 N 41 Ave. 3/2 Pool $225,000 5001 Roosevelt St. 4/2 Pool $225,000 SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD EXPERTSLisa Kennedy 954-815-4024 lisa.eliterealtor@gmail.com Lonna Spitaleri 954-921-2800 lonnasells@aol.com FOR SALE MUNICIPAL NEWS HOLLYWOOD GAZETTE | 800-683-3187 | WWW.HOLLYWOODGAZETTE.COM17

PAGE 18

By Marcy Gordon Expanding, remodeling and updating property requires training and expertise to do it properly. Reality television often portrays massive design and construction projects as simple, requiring only a couple of days and a few words of guidance from an expert. However, successful, efficient and gratifying remodeling results from experienced collaboration and planning.Save Time, Save Money, Have Your Own AdvocateHiring a trained design professional can save a lot of time and money. The designer becomes an advocate to assist homeowners throughout the entire process. Designers are aware of new materials and are trained to find the perfect products for a project, within the balance of a wants versus needs analysis and within a budget. They then integrate the result of this analysis with the technical components required for the project. Color, finishes and furnishings are usually considered during the concept of a remodel, but things that are often not taken into account are plumbing, HVAC, electric, energy and structure. Aesthetics is only one component. At the conclusion of a project, everything should function comfortably and safely according to specific needs. Having a design professional trained in all of these matters is crutial to avoiding pitfalls. Professionals know the right questions to ask about safety and code specifications. They are trained to analyze and design with appropriate measures for electrical, plumbing, A/C and structural support.Have a PlanDesign professionals are trained in space planning and will ultimately prepare a set of plans for the project. Investing in a set of design plans is probably the most important decision one can make before hiring someone to remodel any part of their space. It is a road map to get started in the right direction. Without proper plans, one cannot solidify the outcome of the project. A set of schematic design plans also allows for an itemized list of selections in each area and can be independent of the construction itself, which is often perfect for those who just want to explore options.ArcUrb Design Build, Inc.ArcUrb Design Build is a fullservice Florida licensed architecture and interior design/build business, servicing both residential and commercial clients. ArcUrb works with their clients to conceive the best project for their needs, reminding clients to Design Smart Build Efficient. A design professional from ArcUrb will meet with potential clients on site to learn more about goals for the project in order to provide different design solutions aimed to achieve and exceed expectations. ArcUrb Design Build will take the project from concept to completion in an affordable fashion. For more information visit their website at www.arcurb.com or call 954-874-6424. ArcUrbs offices are located in Downtown Hollywood at 2012 Hollywood Blvd. Florida Licenses: AA# 26002262 & ID# 5819. LOCAL BUSINESS PROFILE Remodeling: The advantages of hiring a trained professional 2012 Hollywood Boulevard | 954.874.6424 ADVERTORIAL 18 JANUARY 2012

PAGE 19

Schedule Your Childs Physical Today! English | Italian | Spanish English | Spanish English | Spanish English | Spanish Antonieta Schettino MDAdriana Castro-DAscoli MD Nazly Montano MD Erica Gonzalez ARNP Scheduled Appointments Seen within 15 Minutes Walk-ins Welcome! Accepting New Patients!4018 Sheridan St. | Hollywood, FL 33021 | 954-374-8789 www.Allied-Pediatrics.com Y our South Fl orida P edia tric P artnership All Major Health Plans Accepted NCQA Accrediteda division of MONTHLY FEATURESean McCoolSean Colin McCool, grandson of Lyndsey and Kathryn Murphy, is 9 months old. He loves people, his doggie and of course his bottle! He loves to climb furniture and pull himself up to look at the world from a different point of view.WANT YOUR BABY TO BE BABY THE MONTH?E-mail a hi-res photo plus the name of the parents and your babys special traits to dusty@hollywoodgazette.com. of thebaby month Y our South Fl orida P edia tric P artnership a division of $10.00 OFFany service with this ad $10.00 OFFany service with this ad $10.00 OFFany service with this ad $10.00 OFFany service with this ad $1500 rebates are still being issued toward the purchase of a new Energy Star system through Dec. 31 or until the money runs out. To get the rebate, you'll also have to have your home's duct systems tested and show that outside leaks are less than 15 percent. you qualify for this rebate. E.H. Whitson. The name Hollywood homeowners trust.We have been serving residences and businesses since 1936. We have maintained an excellent reputation for quality work and superior customer service. HOLLYWOOD GAZETTE | 800-683-3187 | WWW.HOLLYWOODGAZETTE.COM19

PAGE 20

Call today for a FREE ESTIMATE (305) 827-8468or visit www.SolarControl.com Why? Reduce Your Electric Bill & Stay Cool with Window Film! Air Conditioning Costs GOT YOU HOT? Theres no reason to live with VARICOSE VEINS any longer. Varicose veins generally worsen over time, so call today and set your appointment. Call today love your legs again! 954-372-6703 View real Before and After photos at 20 JANUARY 2012

PAGE 21

NEW BABY BEGINNING RATE:*Only$40.00per day *This is an introductory offer valid for our infant program only, from 6 weeks to 18 months of age. A $150.00 non-refundable registration fee is required at time of enrollment. Rate is based on our annual tuition for a full day schedule of 9:00am-3:00pm, and excludes early care and aftercare. Offer valid from January 2, 2012August 17, 2012. License No. 45429 Cinema Paradiso may be coming to Downtown Hollywood if the City can determine the terms of its lease, said Community Redevelopment Agency Executive Director Jorge Camejo. Although unwilling to discuss the reasons the lease has not been finalized, Camejo said they are doing everything possible to solidify the terms. Until the ink is on the lease, we dont want to jinx anything, he said. The City may not want to speak on the issue, but Cinema Paradiso has already updated its website to include its Hollywood location, stating keep your eyes open for Cinema Paradiso-Hollywood! The Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival or FLIFF, which operates Cinema Paradiso, currently has a theatre in Ft. Lauderdale and it functions as a year-round art house, according to its website. The 230 seat stadium cinema is open 365 days a year with the ability to project in 35mm, 16mm, HDCam, Digi-Beta, BetaSP and DVD. It also contains a cafe with three full bars serving wine, beer, mixed drinks, soft drinks, coffee, concession candy and popcorn. The theatre is available for rent. For more information, visit http://www.fliff.com/. Beauty of Wax, a Downtown staple for over a decade, has recently relocated to a new 1,800sqare foot space at 2029A Tyler St., doubling the size of their Downtown location. Recently they also opened two additional locations in Miami and Plantation. For more than 10 years, Beauty of Wax has provided The Best Hair Removal services using European Brazilian wax techniques for men and women, residents and guests in the South Florida area. The new location boasts new enhancement services such as Vajazzling, which is the application of glitter and jewels to a womans nether regions for aesthetic purposes. Their mission is to offer you a personalized and comfortable experience, providing a close-to-no-pain service that will leave your skin silky smooth for approximately three to six weeks. They are known for high-quality, professional hair removal wax services and affordable prices. The experienced echnicians at Beauty of Wax introduce guests to a comfortable, almost painless, European Brazilian body waxing, while using the best techniques. Their new location is welcoming and relaxed in a private feng shui atmosphere. For more information, visit www.beautyofwax.com or call (954) 922-2252. City attempts to finalize terms of lease for Cinema Paradiso in Downtown HollywoodBeauty of Wax relocates, doubles space DowntownBY BRETT DALY | Editor brett@hollywoodgazette.com BY JENNIFER SANDOMIR DOWNTOWN NEWS The new storefront on Tyler Street offers the same service as their older location, plus new ways to enhance your smooth skin like Vajazzling and Lucky You temporary tatoos. The Beauty of Wax team HOLLYWOOD GAZETTE | 800-683-3187 | WWW.HOLLYWOODGAZETTE.COM21

PAGE 22

at one place in Hollywood! For leasing information call FIRM Realty licensed real estate broker 954-926-2510 or email Robin@FIRMRealty.com Limit one coupon per customer. No valid with other offers. Restrictions apply. Valid at above-listed location only. The UPS Store centers are independently owned and operated. Mail Boxes Etc. Inc.2 3 OFF SHIPPINGWhen you ship 2 packagesOFF SHIPPINGWhen you ship 3 packages $ $ 3 MONTHS FREE for all yearly mailbox rentals. Private & Business Mailbox Rentals now Available with a Real Street Address New customers only. Sheridan Street Found from Website PDF (Recreate PMS) Hunan Wok Hiro Maru SUSHIHOLLYWOOD CollectiblesAND FRAME SHOPShop N SaveDr. Justine ChenOPTOMETRISTSheridan DRY CLEANERS Dr. Richard Topolski O.F. Jewelers Bagels & More Emerald Hills Animal Hospital Number One Nails South Broward Tag Agency Skylake Insurance HOMECARE AMERICA Everything you needFor leasing information call FIRM Realty, licensed real estate broker 954-926-2510 or email Robin@FIRMRealty.com Space for Lease Available!CARE PHARMACYEZ N. Park Rd. A Nose for Clothes (954) 963-0030 AT&T (954) 894-2926Crown Wine & Spirits (954) 987-9463Hollywood Collectibles (954) 986-0707Homecare America (954) 962-1433O.F. Jewelers (954) 965-0200Shop-N-Save Available for Lease Retail Personal ServicesBeltone (954) 963-1934 Coldwell Banker (954) 963-1600Cool Cuts 4 Kids (954) 983-5437Dr. Justine Chen Optometrist (954) 962-6627Dr. Richard Topolski (954) 963-6668Emerald Hills Animal Hospital (954) 983-2300EZ Care Pharmacy (954) 981-0614First Service Realty (954) 963-4808Kumon Math & Reading (954) 963-2774 Number One Nails (954) 989-3092Quest Diagnostics (954) 281-3500S. Broward Tag Agency (954) 889-0265Sheridan Dry Cleaners (954)964-8824Skylake Insurance (954) 965-6233The UPS Store (954) 963-2222Valley Bank (954) 962-2265Xanadu (954) 983-0100 Available for Lease Bagels & More (954) 981-0656 DLites Ice Cream (954) 961-7007Grande Pizza (954) 446-0100Hiro Maru Sushi Hunan Wok (954) 241-0054Levys Kosher (954) 983-2825Shenanigans (954)981-9702Starbucks (954) 894-3863The Market Place (954) 963-3880Tijuana Flats (954) 987-5509Yogurtland (954) 987-3412 Available for Lease Dining 22 JANUARY 2012

PAGE 23

at one place in Hollywood! For leasing information call FIRM Realty licensed real estate broker 954-926-2510 or email Robin@FIRMRealty.com Limit one coupon per customer. No valid with other offers. Restrictions apply. Valid at above-listed location only. The UPS Store centers are independently owned and operated. Mail Boxes Etc. Inc.2 3 OFF SHIPPINGWhen you ship 2 packagesOFF SHIPPINGWhen you ship 3 packages$ $3 MONTHS FREE for all yearly mailbox rentals. Private & Business Mailbox Rentals now Available with a Real Street Address New customers only. Sheridan Street Found from Website PDF (Recreate PMS) Hunan Wok Hiro Maru SUSHIHOLLYWOOD CollectiblesAND FRAME SHOPShop N SaveDr. Justine ChenOPTOMETRISTSheridan DRY CLEANERS Dr. Richard Topolski O.F. JewelersBagels & More Emerald Hills Animal Hospital Number One NailsSouth Broward Tag AgencySkylake InsuranceHOMECARE AMERICA Everything you needFor leasing information call FIRM Realty, licensed real estate broker 954-926-2510 or email Robin@FIRMRealty.com Space for Lease Available! CARE PHARMACYEZ N. Park Rd. A Nose for Clothes (954) 963-0030 AT&T (954) 894-2926Crown Wine & Spirits (954) 987-9463Hollywood Collectibles (954) 986-0707Homecare America (954) 962-1433O.F. Jewelers (954) 965-0200Shop-N-Save Available for Lease Retail Personal ServicesBeltone (954) 963-1934 Coldwell Banker (954) 963-1600Cool Cuts 4 Kids (954) 983-5437Dr. Justine Chen Optometrist (954) 962-6627Dr. Richard Topolski (954) 963-6668Emerald Hills Animal Hospital (954) 983-2300EZ Care Pharmacy (954) 981-0614First Service Realty (954) 963-4808Kumon Math & Reading (954) 963-2774 Number One Nails (954) 989-3092Quest Diagnostics (954) 281-3500S. Broward Tag Agency (954) 889-0265Sheridan Dry Cleaners (954)964-8824Skylake Insurance (954) 965-6233The UPS Store (954) 963-2222Valley Bank (954) 962-2265Xanadu (954) 983-0100 Available for Lease Bagels & More (954) 981-0656 DLites Ice Cream (954) 961-7007Grande Pizza (954) 446-0100Hiro Maru Sushi Hunan Wok (954) 241-0054Levys Kosher (954) 983-2825Shenanigans (954)981-9702Starbucks (954) 894-3863The Market Place (954) 963-3880Tijuana Flats (954) 987-5509Yogurtland (954) 987-3412 Available for Lease Dining HOLLYWOOD GAZETTE | 800-683-3187 | WWW.HOLLYWOODGAZETTE.COM23

PAGE 24

BY BUDDY NEVINS www.browardbeat.comCritics charge that the new casino bill will bring too much gambling to Florida. Bunk. Weve already got it, folks. There is gambling from Pensacola to Miami. I was astounded by the number of gambling facilities I found that were already authorized by the state: 24 Cardrooms 5 Slot Machine Facilities 16 Greyhound Tracks 6 Jai-Ali Frontons 3 Thoroughbred Tracks 1 Harness Track 2 Quarter Horse Tracks There are other facilities, including the Seminole Hard Rock, which is not governed by the state. Dont forget the Florida Lottery, which is expected to provide $1.186 billion for education in the 2011-12 fiscal year. Gambling currently employs thousands. The handful of slot parlors in South Florida are expected to pump $154 million into state coffers in 201112 not the $500 million annual take promised when the referendum was passed, but not peanuts, either. Parimutuels provide nearly $30 million more. Take a look at the map below. Do you really believe a handful of destination casinos being debated in Tallahassee now are going to ruin Florida? No, new casinos will be a job generator that will employ thousands. These new casinos will pump tens of millions into the state general fund. If investors are willing to spend more than $2 billion the current requirement to gain a license in the proposed bill let them. All that money will be spent right here. (Disclosure: My son Aaron Nevins is senior legislative aide to state Sen. Ellyn Bogdanoff, who is a sponsor of the destination casino bill.)Gambling Already Everywhere In Florida, So Welcome New Casinos OPINION Need your Apple product repaired or you are purchasing a new Apple product? Learn how to save money and get the most out of Apples generous policies and desire to be the best in customer service. Tech support, training and education for all Apple hardware, software, applications and services. Need Apple Advice?Call Miriam at 954-526-9999 Pensacola Greyhound Track Ebro Greyhound Park Jacksonville Kennel Club Orange Park Kennel Club St. Johns @ Bayard Raceway Creek Entertainment Gretna Ocala Poker & Jai Alai Daytona K C / West Volusia Sanford Orlando / Penn Sanford Orlando Jai Alai Melbourne Greyhound Park Sarasota Kennel Club Fort Pierce Jai Alai Naples Fort Myers Greyhound Palm Beach K C / Greyhound The Isle at Pompano Park Mardi Gras Gaming / Racetrack Dania / Summersport Jai Alai Gulfstream Park Calder / Tropical Park Flagler Dog Track and Magic City Miami / Summer Jai Alai PMW Northern Region Office PMW Southern Region Office 6 Jai-Alai Frontons 3 Thoroughbred Tracks 1 Harness Track 1 Limited Intertrack Wagering Permit (550.6308 F.S.) 3 Division Regional Offices 2011 December 12 Hamilton Jai Alai C C C5 Slot Machine Gaming Facilities C24 Cardrooms C C C C C C C C C C C C Ocala Breeders Sales Tampa Bay Downs Derby Lane Tampa Greyhound Track PMW Central Region Office 16 Greyhound Tracks C C C Key S S S S C C C S C 2 Quarter Horse Track Hialeah Park S C *Facilities where two permitholders operate Jefferson County Kennel Club C Pensacola Greyhound Track Ebro Greyhound Park Jacksonville Kennel Club Orange Park Kennel Club St. Johns @ Bayard Raceway Creek Entertainment Gretna Ocala Poker & Jai Alai Daytona K C / West Volusia Sanford Orlando / Penn Sanford Orlando Jai Alai Melbourne Greyhound Park Sarasota Kennel Club Fort Pierce Jai Alai Naples Fort Myers Greyhound Palm Beach K C / Greyhound The Isle at Pompano Park Mardi Gras Gaming / Racetrack Dania / Summersport Jai Alai Gulfstream Park Calder / Tropical Park Flagler Dog Track and Magic City Miami / Summer Jai Alai PMW Northern Region Office PMW Southern Region Office 6 Jai-Alai Frontons 3 Thoroughbred Tracks 1 Harness Track 1 Limited Intertrack Wagering Permit (550.6308 F.S.) 3 Division Regional Offices 2011 December 12 Hamilton Jai Alai C C C5 Slot Machine Gaming Facilities C24 Cardrooms C C C C C C C C C C C C Ocala Breeders Sales Tampa Bay Downs Derby Lane Tampa Greyhound Track PMW Central Region Office 16 Greyhound Tracks C C C Key S S S S C C C S C 2 Quarter Horse Track Hialeah Park S C *Facilities where two permitholders operate Jefferson County Kennel Club C Source: Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation 24 JANUARY 2012

PAGE 25

Jennifer A. Sandomir PUBLISHER jennifer@hollywoodgazette.comMiriam Cronkhite | MANAGING EDITORmiriam@hollywoodgazette.comErin Scissors | ACCOUNT EXECUTIVEerin@hollywoodgazette.comBarbara Pellicano-Tisi | ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTORbarbara@hollywoodgazette.comBrett Daly | EDITORbrett@hollywoodgazette.comDusty Garon | CREATIVE DIRECTORdusty@hollywoodgazette.comCaron Conway | LEAD CORRESPONDENT caron@hollywoodgazette.comMarika Guyton COMMUNITY EVENT COORDINATORmarika@hollywoodgazette.comCourtney Ortiz | PHOTOGRAPHERwww.courtneyortiz.comTom Olsen | PHOTOGRAPHERwww.cre8mephoto.comDenise Nieves | CONTROLLERSoutheast Offset (305) 623-7788 PRINTER All Service Now! DISTRIBUTION Gilmore Associates DIRECT MAIL SERVICESHollywood Gazette Copyright 2011. All rights reserved. The entire contents of the publication shall be the property of Hollywood Gazette. No parts hereof may be reproduced without prior written consent of the publisher. Hollywood Gazette is not liable for errors appearing in advertisements beyond the cost of the space occupied by the error. The views and opinions expressed by our advertisers and columnists do not necessarily reflect those of the Hollywood Gazette. Established in 2001, Hollywood Gazette is Hollywoods only free, independent, community newsmagazine available by subscription and at hightraffic locations throughout Hollywood, Florida. For more information, call 800-687-3187 or visit www. hollywoodgazette.com. VISIT HOLLYWOODGAZETTE.COM TO IMPORTANT DATES SIGN UP FOR E-NEWSLETTER PLACE CLASSIFIED ADS READ BLOGS FROM LOCAL EXPERTS FLIP THROUGH ARCHIVES FROM THE PAST 10 YEARS FIND THINGS TO DO Since 1978 954-444-7708 305-444-7709 H&L Electric Motor Repair, IncSales & Services to Motors & Pumps AC/DCPOOL PUMP BROKEN? Lewis Holmes 954-925-6233 2327 N. 21st Ave.Hollywood, FL 33020www.hlelectricmotor.com 10% DISCOUNT WITH AD On-site Service JAN. 4: City Commission Meeting, 1 p.m., City Hall Room 219JAN. 18: City Commission Meeting, 1 p.m., City Hall Room 219JAN. 3: Joint Meeting of The School Board of Broward County, Florida and the Broward League of Cities, 10 a.m., KCW Administrative Building, 600 SE Third Ave., Fort LauderdaleJAN. 3: Public Rule Development Forum, 5 p.m., KCW Administration Building Policy 5004.1, Innovative Programs/Parent OptionsJAN. 4: Superintendents Listening Tour, 6:30 p.m., Coconut Creek High School, 1400 NW 44 Ave., Coconut CreekJAN. 9: Superintendents Listening Tour, 6:30 p.m., Flanagan High School, 12800 Taft St., Pembroke PinesJAN. 10: School Board Members and Superintendents Workshop, 10 a.m., KCW Administration Building CCC Annual Status Report Policy 1100B, Lobbyists (2) Timely Exec. Of Contracts & Agreements School Board Members Requests for Workshop Items/Current EventsJAN. 17: Superintendents Listening Tour, 6: 30 p.m., Cypress Bay High School, 18600 Vista Park Road, WestonJAN. 18: Regular School Board Meeting, 10:15 a.m., KCW Administration BuildingJAN. 19: Superintendents Listening Tour, 6:30 p.m., Dillard High School, 2501 NW 11 St., Fort LauderdaleJAN. 23: School Board Members and Superintendents Workshop, 10 a.m., KCW Administration Building -School Boundaries #4 Policy 5004.1, Innovative Programs (#2) Policies 5.8 & 5006 -Class Size Compliance Plan Budget/Legislative Update School Board Members Requests for Workshop Topics/ Current EventsHOLLYWOOD CITY COMMISSION MEETINGS BROWARD COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MEETINGS HOLLYWOOD GAZETTE | 800-683-3187 | WWW.HOLLYWOODGAZETTE.COM25

PAGE 26

Residents of Hollywood will have a chance to support leaders and implement change in November, during the 2012 General Municipal Election. Voters will decide on their mayor and city commissioners in six districts. Mayor Bober will run for re-election, unopposed for a second term. The city commissioner candidates include current Vice Mayor Patricia Asseff in district one and current district three commissioner Heidi Marie OSheehan. Central Broward Water Control Commissioner Kevin Biederman will run for city commissioner in district five. Timothy Burton and Ralph Kenol will be running in district two. Richard S. Blattner will try to hold his position against Justin Leif Serian for district four. In district six, Edward F. Holodak and Freddy Manuel Suategui will run against current commissioner Linda Sherwood. The City Clerk provides updated election information at http:// Hollywoodfl.org/election/election.htm. New changes to city commission terms and limits mean the mayor and commissioners from even-numbered districts will serve four-year terms beginning in 2012, while oddnumbered districts will serve a six-year term beginning at the presidential election in 2012 and then four-year terms on the gubernatorial election cycle beginning in 2018. Term limits will not allow anyone to run for mayor if they have served 12 consecutive years as mayor by the end of their current term. Commissioners serving 12 consecutive years in a district will also not be able to run for re-election in that district. The critical role of city manager may soon be filled as well. After a national search, choices have been narrowed to six candidates. At the Hollywood Art and Culture Center on Jan. 5 there will be a public meet and greet with candidates and a public Special City Commission meeting will take place Jan. 6 for interviews. The new city manager will be will be chosen by the city commission. Citizens can register to vote at the public library, the DMV, government offices, post offices or social services. New Florida voters must be registered at least 29 days before an election to vote in that election. The voter registration application can be found online and mailed or delivered to the Supervisor of Elections office. A voter identification card is generally received about three weeks after it is processed. 2012 Hollywood commission race heats upBY MIRIAM CRONKHITE | Managing Editor miriam@hollywoodgazette.com View and participate in Hollywood Gazettes online election poll on our Facebook Page or visit www.hollywoodgazette.com Free parking Downtown: Time Limits for day parkingThe Art and Culture Center of Hollywoods Hot Topics Discussion Series continued with internationally known art critic Jerry Saltz last month. A judge on the Bravo TV show Work of Art, Saltz is the senior art critic of New York Magazine. A three-time Pulitzer Prize finalist, in 2006 he was named Best Art Critic by Time Out New York for his work at the Village Voice, where he wrote from 1998-2007. The remaining Hot Topics speakers are Prospect New Orleans Biennial Founder/Artistic Director Dan Cameron and documentary filmmakers Julie Lara Kahn and Hayley Downs. The dates and times of these lectures are as follows: reception 5 p.m., lecture 6 p.m. Kahn with a screening of their documentary film Swamp Cabbage, July 28: reception 5 p.m., lecture 6 p.m. The lecture by Cameron will be presented at the Center, while Downs and Kahn will present Swamp Cabbage at the Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center, 1770 Monroe St. For more information, call 954921-3274. After listening to the suggestions of Downtown business owners, the City of Hollywood approved no time limits to Downtown parking between 8 p.m. and 8 a.m. A three-hour time limit between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. remains in effect. Back in November, the City Commission approved the removal of 82 master meters and 373 single-head meters from Downtown Hollywood after a 4-2 vote. The switch to free parking began Dec. 1 and received high praise from Downtown business owners. We have a true consensus here of the community, organizations, developers, retailers, restaurants, real estate firms, etc., said Chris Eberle, owner of the Big Easy Bar and Grille and the president of the Downtown Hollywood Business Association during the Nov. 16 City Commission meeting. Im aware of no one opposed. We believe that in itself is instructive. The switch, however, will come at a loss of about $1.4 million of revenue for Hollywood a revenue source the City has not yet found a way to replace. While talks include raising parking fees on Hollywood Beach, Director of Parking and Intergovernmental Affairs Lorie Mertens-Black, said they are still discussing ways to develop new sources of parking revenue. In addition to revenue loss, the switch eliminated three full-time positions and four parttime positions, but the CRA strongly believes the switch will help attract much-needed traffic to Downtown businesses. Parking is perceived as a major impediment to Downtown, said CRA executive director Jorge Camejo. Creating the opportunity where we would be able to market free parking Downtown and affirmatively state to the public that by visiting Downtown Hollywood you would no longer run the risk of being ticketed, I think that is a huge, huge value and a tremendous opportunity that we can take advantage of. BY BRETT DALY | Editor brett@hollywoodgazette.com Art and Culture Center continues Hot Topics series DOWNTOWN NEWSArt and Culture Center of Hollywood Executive Director Joy Satterlee with Jerry Saltz. EXHIBITOR TABLES 6' Tables-$125 8' Tables-$150 12' Tables-$200Summer Business Expo Monday, June 6th 5pm 8pmSheraton Fort Lauderdale Airport Hotel EXHIBITOR TABLES 6' Tables-$125 8' Tables-$150 12' Tables-$200Summer Business Expo Monday, June 6th 5pm 8pmSheraton Fort Lauderdale Airport Hotel EXHIBITOR TABLES 6' Tables-$125 8' Tables-$150 12' Tables-$200WINTER BUSINESS EXPO Mon., Jan. 16thSheraton Fort Lauderdale 26 JANUARY 2012

PAGE 27

A group of Hollywood businesspeople and dozens of artists have a farsighted vision for the Downtown District, and thanks to their united efforts, visitors to the area can also see the big picture. The smART movement is a volunteer campaign launched in midDecember thats transforming drab building facades into eye-catching works of art. But smART organizers say the real big picture is so much more than what meets the eye that not only can a colorful mural bring a large blank wall to life, but visually stimulating outdoor art can bring an entire neighborhood to life. Longtime Hollywood resident, event organizer and realtor David Erickson, one of the movements founders, said smARTs ultimate purpose is to create economic vitality through the restoration of Downtown Hollywood to a true arts district. Erickson said the redevelopment effort starts with the street art creation, which inspires the local community and generates traffic to the area which in turn leads to art sales and increased sales of goods and services at existing local businesses, as well as interest from new businesses in vacant Downtown properties. Money will follow the art, said Erickson, who is spearheading the smART movement with Alex Terife, owner of the Downtown Pizza Rustica on Hollywood Boulevard, and Terifes business partner Nick Pereira. The artist activity will bring successes. Downtown becomes an interesting village again, and we all support the cause of creating new art all year long. Every Tuesday evening, artists from throughout South Florida gather Downtown to volunteer their time and talents and share their inspiration with curious onlookers. SmART, a Florida nonprofit organization, provides equipment such as scaffolds and ladders and some of the supplies. Mobile Stage Network, a company whose locations include Downtown Hollywood, donates the use of stateof-the-art, remote-controlled stage lights that illuminate the artists wall canvases. This is supporting the community. Whatever the duration [of the smART movement], were here, said company co-owner Mike Fish Michaels. Finally, Downtown landlords like Ben Cohen, who owns four properties in the district, offer up their exterior building space to the creative process. Adorning Cohens Ramada hotel on Harrison Street are 30 colorful works of art contained within rectangular and oval-shaped frames. The timing of the smART movement could not have been better, with the Downtown Hollywood Business Association in the process of trying to brand the Downtown area, said Cohen. This part of town needs a character. Its up to the community to develop an identity. We want to get a community spirit here to welcome people here. Terife said its exciting to see the community coming together to transform its Downtown into a cultural and art-infused destination to be shared by locals and visitors. Some 50 artists have participated in the movement so far, between the street art and displays inside local businesses and a new gallery housed in Cohens Harrison Court building. Multiversal/smART Studios curator Cassie Kazilla Williams, a diverse artist and arts mover-and-shaker known for her multiversal exhibitions, introduced most of the participating artists to the smART movement. I love Hollywood. I love the diversity and the culture. Theres a lot here. Theres just not a lot of traffic, Williams said. Theyre really stimulating a lot of interest. Its really a great platform for all my artists. These artists include Trek6, who has been involved in Miamis prestigious Art Basel art show and famed Wynwood Art District. The more of these type of events that the City sees, the more they can see the potential, including the potential to generate revenue, he said. Art is coming to Hollywood at last, said artist Mary Duncan, whose work adorns the exterior of the Ramada Inn and the interior of Harrisons Wine Bar, which she and her husband Richard have owned for 10 years. This is a good start. The launch of the smART movement happens to coincide with the Citys decision to provide free Downtown parking beginning Dec. 1, which Hollywood Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) Executive Director Jorge Camejo called a catalyst for future economic growth. There is no charge for on-street parking between 8 p.m. and 8 a.m., with free parking permitted in three-hour increments between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. SmART organizers said the movement will be expanded to include other arts and culture elements such as live music and special events Downtown. Erickson, who has organized numerous annual events in Hollywood, is working on resurrecting the Fat Tuesday celebration that was part of the former Mardi Gras Fiesta Tropicale festival. Watching Downtown Hollywood transform itself in the next few months will be a memorable experience, he said. Cohen hopes the grassroots movement will make Downtown Hollywood an example for other communities. The potential is definitely here. Were sitting in a great location, he said. It can be done. Hollywood artists seek arts district for DowntownDOWNTOWN NEWS BY CARON CONWAY Lead Correspondent PHOTO CREDIT: CMGSHOWS.COM HOLLYWOOD GAZETTE | 800-683-3187 | WWW.HOLLYWOODGAZETTE.COM27

PAGE 28

954-924-8211 Call today for a free estimate! Tile Floors (Labor & Materials)...from $2.95/SF Impact Windows from.......$450 Installed Additions and Rennovations954-922-4625Century Structures www.CenturyStructures.comCall today for a FREE estimate Starting at only $950 BATHROOM RENOVATIONSLicensed & Insured CGC 032765 CLASSIFIEDS Place your classified ads online starting at $25 at www.hollywoodgazette.com PROFESSIONAL SERVICESBUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL Reiki Training classes for wellness and spirituality. Reiki is a healing way of living with wisdom and compassion. It includes ways to get and stay well. It also includes meditation and mindfulness. Learn more and contact Pamir at www. reikihelp.com / www.reikihelp. com/blog or 954-661-4263. $20 discount with this ad. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES If you need your Apple product repaired or you are purchasing a new Apple product, I can advise on how to save money and get the most out of Apples generous policies and desire to be the best in customer service. I also provide tech support, training and education for all Apple hardware, software, applications and services. Simple repairs and upgrades can be completed within a reasonable time frame, they shouldnt have to take weeks. Call Miriam at 954-526-9999. 1720 HARRISON STREET 10E FOR SALE $124,900.00 BEAUTIFUL CORNER UNIT FACING NORTHEAST WITH OPEN BALCONIES. WALK TO RESTAURANTS AND SHOPS BIKE TO THE BEACH UNIT IS IN PRISTINE CONDITION BUYER HAS RIGHT OF REFUSAL ON STUDIO NEXT DOOR OWNED BY SAME OWNER. CONTACT ROBERT FUERST KEYES REAL ESTATE 954-347-6831. I BUY HOMES FOR CASH $$$ 7-10 DAY CLOSINGS. OFFERS MADE ON THE SPOT IF I LIKE THE PROPERTY. BUYING SINCE 1985. CALL MARTIN HOFFMAN P.A (954) 987-8672. MARTIN HOFFMAN PA CELL (954)605-4823 THE KEYES COMPANY 4700 SHERIDAN SUITE P HOLLYWOOD FL 33021 MARTINHOFFMAN@KEYES. COM http://martinhoffmanpa.live. keyes.com Have the body you have always dreamed of. You deserve to look and feel your best now! There is no better time to start losing weight! Call for Complimentary Consultation. See if this is the program for you! (954) 989-3730 or (954) 213-1493 Beehive Project ESL, GED, SAT prep, TOEFL, Subject tutoring Best rates in the state. Visit: 1926 Hollywood Boulevard Suite 215 Email: TheBeehiveProject@ yahoo.com Call: 954.620.7049 REAL ESTATEJOHNS PLUMBING ********SERVICE TODAY******* COMPLETE PLUMBING SERVICE *SEWER AND DRAIN CLEANING *REPAIRS AND REMODELING *TOILET* TUBS *SINKS *LEAKS & CLOGS *******FREE ESTIMATES******* 954-639-9404 HOME IMPROVEMENTPersonal Assistant/ Companion available to elderly persons; will consider some live-in if required. Own reliable transportation for errands, doctor appointments, shopping; also record keeping, travel scheduling, etc. Prefer Hollywood, Ft. Lauderdale, Aventura, Bal Harbour & surrounding areas. Very professional and extremely reliable. Will furnish references. Please call 954430-7080. 28 JANUARY 2012

PAGE 29

5 0 0 N F e d e r a l H i g h w a y H o l l y w o o d F L 3 3 0 2 0 9 5 4 2 3 7 3 5 0 0 w w w j o t h i v i t a c o m Safety Precautions for SeniorsLunch & LearnWed., Jan. 11, 2012 11 a.m. 1 p.m.Presented by: Elaine Terner 954.989.1550 1.800.723.3233 Save the Date 2/8/12 Lunch & Learn The Lonliness Solution 1/2 OFF Dance Class Registration New Location Grand Opening!South Florida Ballet Theater School (954) 929-4601 3829 Hollywood Blvd., Suite A, Hollywood, FL Ph 954-961-7400 www.hollywoodhealthandwellness.com70% off rst 3 treatments! New Year SPECIALHoliday Special70% off rst 3 treatments! The Miami Dolphins Foundation and Special Teams Program driven by Chevy partnered with Rebuilding Together to renovate a home for a military family in need during the holiday season. Leslye Lea, a Navy veteran, lives with her 79-year-old mother and 16-year-old daughter, an aspiring soldier and ROTC student. The home has been a part of the Lea family for the last 33 years and has experienced significant deterioration in the last several years. Of the three bedrooms in the home, only one of three are being used and shared by Leslye and her mother, as the other two have buckets in them to catch the water during the ongoing rainy season. I am doing the best I can with the means I have, said Leslye Lea. I am proud to have served my Navy well and I am just so grateful and blessed for this miracle. My mom is battling colon rectal cancer and trying to take care of the house and juggle everything has been really hard, but miracles happen. The living conditions will be a lot better for my grandmother thanks to the help of the Miami Dolphins and Rebuilding Together. Members of the Miami Dolphins, including current players Will Allen, Ryan Baker, Dan Carpenter, Tyrone Culver, Anthony Fasano and Brian Hartline, the Miami Dolphins Womens Organization (MDWO) and members of the special teams volunteer program painted, landscaped and provided household items for the family, including bedding, window shades, and other items. Ive had opportunities to go and visit troops in the past, said Defensive Back Tyrone Culver. Just the sacrifices they make in their daily lives putting their lives on the line and being away from their families out fighting so we can do the things we do over here, we really appreciate them. COMMUNITY NEWSMiami Dolphins help renovate home for Hollywood homeowner EXHIBITOR TABLES 6' Tables-$125 8' Tables-$150 12' Tables-$200Summer Business Expo Monday, June 6th 5pm 8pmSheraton Fort Lauderdale Airport Hotel EXHIBITOR TABLES 6' Tables-$125 8' Tables-$150 12' Tables-$200Summer Business Expo Monday, June 6th 5pm 8pmSheraton Fort Lauderdale Airport Hotel EXHIBITOR TABLES 6' Tables-$125 8' Tables-$150 12' Tables-$200WINTER BUSINESS EXPO Mon., Jan. 16thSheraton Fort Lauderdale HOLLYWOOD GAZETTE | 800-683-3187 | WWW.HOLLYWOODGAZETTE.COM29

PAGE 30

30 JANUARY 2012

PAGE 31

HOLLYWOOD GAZETTE | 800-683-3187 | WWW.HOLLYWOODGAZETTE.COM31

PAGE 32

Stunning Mediterranean Style home, newer construction, built in 1988 on highly elevated lot, gorgeous Italian tile oors, impact glass, huge master bedroom, large open eat-in kitchen with custom wood cabinets, french doors open to tiled screened porch, fenced in backyard with parking spot for a large boat, storage shed, just a few steps to prestigious Southlake, minutes to beach.Offered at $439,900. Lovely, fully furnished 1 bed, 1.5 baths in desirable gated complex just 1 mile from the beach! Beautifully decorated, Zen-like sanctuary, immaculate, upgraded kitchen, baths, tile oors, move-in ready! Two heated pools, tennis, clubhouse, low maintenance, pets allowed too. Publix, shops and restaurants across the street. Super place to enjoy South Florida lifestyle. Offered at $134,000.henryteam@bellsouth.net Call the Multimillion Dollar ProducersJoan Henry954-849-4936Robert Henry954-260-7531Ray & Lucy Miccio The Preferred Team!954.270.2163 Direct micciol@comcast.net www.floridamoves.com/hollywood 3319 Sheridan Street| Hollywood, FL 33021 PRISTINE 3 BEDROOM WITH GARAGE IN HOLLYWOOD LAKESSHERIDAN BY THE BEACHBernard Shapiro954-830-3275 www.bernardshapiro.com Call us today for all your real estate needs! JUST LISTED3 bed 2 1/2 bath home in gated Greens of Emerald Hills.2 car gargage. Large pool.Wood burning replace. Home shows great!This is a Fannie Mae HomePath property. Purchase this property for as little as 3%down!This property is approved for Homepath Financing & HomePath Renovation Mortgage Financing. Close by October 31,2011 & receive up to 3.5%of the nal sales price to be used for closing cost assistance!Eligibility restrictions apply.Tenant currently occupies the property. Price $254,900 Brian Hausfeld Realtor/ Property Manager p:954-632-8038 brihaus11@aol.com GREENS OF EMERALD HILLS Ellen Wrubel954-966-7734 ellen.wrubel@ oridamoves.com JUST BRING YOUR TOOTHBRUSH!Fabulous 2 bedroom 2 bath free standing home. Totally redone, shows like a model. Just bring your toothbrush and move in. Must see to appreciate! Full size washer and dryer, storage room off carport, low maintenance. Complex has a lake with shing pier. Close to shopping, restaurants, Hard Rock, beach and airport. Ideal for a vacation home. Only $125,000 Unobstructed view of golf course at Emerald Hills Country Club. Beautiful, bright, updated 2 bed 2 bath with den or of ce. Spacious rear patio. Features include huge 24x27 ft. great room, kitchen with granite counters, breakfast area, formal dining, laundry room, vaulted ceilings, wood oors, extended master. approximately 2000 sf. New barrel tile roof and new A/C. Community pool. Offered at $289,900.Linda Rose/ Elaine Hedleston Team Linda cell: 954-559-1680 Elaine cell: 954-629-9105 www.Floridamoves.com/linda.rose, www.Floridamoves.com/elaine.hedleston RENAISSANCE ON THE OCEANFABULOUS SOUTHEAST CORNER/DIRECT OCEAN 3 Br/3ba +den. Glorious views, excellent condition. Offered at $795,000. EXQUISITE 2 STORY PENTHOUSE HOME 3300 sf. two master suites, huge kitchen, multi balconies. panoramic Intracoastal, park and city light views. Offered at $910,000. Whether buying or selling HOMES or CONDOS please call us for a consultation.BEAUTIFUL GOLF VIEWS EMERALD GREEN VILLAS AT EMERALD HILLS COUNTRY CLUB Over 100 years of Bringing Buyers and Sellers Together $10 Fish N Chips SpecialAll Day Fridays