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PRSRT STD ECRWSS US POSTAGE PAID PERMIT 1498 SO FL, FL 3363 SHERIDAN ST. SUITE 209 HOLLYWOOD, FL 33021LOCAL Postal Customer PHOTO BY COURTNEY ORTIZ WWW.COURTNEYORTIZ.COM Comments? Suggestions? Questions? TEXT THE PUBLISHER (954) 880-3135(we wont see your phone number)LOCAL STREET PHOTOGRAPHER CAPTURES THE HUMANITY OF HOLLYWOODLAUREN BENDESKY P. 7WHO IS HOLLYWOODS QUIRKY BIKE GUY? DREAM CAR CLASSIC ROLLS INTO DOWNTOWN HOLLYWOOD SEPT. 15 WWW.HOLLYWOODGAZETTE.COM VOL. XIII NO. 1 SEPTEMBER 2013 NOMINATE YOUR BUSINESS NOW AT WWW.HOLLYWOODGAZETTE.COM PHOTO BY TOM OLSENTHE BALDBeautifulAND THE gazette

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MUNICIPAL NEWS Jace Cristiano Montes Jace Cristiano Montes was born on August 1, 2012, 7 weeks early. He just turned one year old and is doing remarkably well, although he spent 10 days in the Intensive Care, while his lungs developed fully. He is friendly and loves people. He smiles a lot and plays with his two older brothers well. Doesnt give Mommy and Daddy any trouble. MONTHLY FEATURE WANT YOUR BABY TO BE BABY THE MONTH? baby of the month E-mail a hi-res photo plus the name of the parents and your babys special traits to barbara@hollywoodgazette.com Frankie is a pug with the most amazing personality he is my everything. I got him when he was just a few weeks old and since then I have never left his side. Its been just me and him for the past 10 years. He is my support and savior. so many times I have felt like giving up but he was my reason to keep getting up and living. Since Im all he has and he is all I have, I couldnt let him down. My little guy is diabetic and blind, that is why he wears cool sunglasses to cover his cloudy eyes. MONTHLY FEATURE WANT YOUR PET TO BE PET THE MONTH? E-mail a hi-res photo plus the name of the pet and your pets special traits to barbara@hollywoodgazette.com pet of the month Frankie By David Volz Correspondent Kimley-Horn and Associates was recently awarded a $97,890 contract by the City of Hollywood Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) to complete a Master Conceptual Plan for the Dixie Highway/21st Avenue Corridor. It is also known as the FEC Corridor. An important goal of the project is the adoption of the Complete Streets Guidelines; a movement out of Smart Growth America. This means that a street is developed to be shared by bicycle riders, pedestrians, wheel chair users, cars and buses. There are also plans for a passenger railway station. You will see all types of transit users on the Dixie Highway/21st Avenue Corridor, said architect Susan Goldberg, Coastal Project Manager for Hollywood. Broward County has already adopted the Complete Streets Guidelines and Hollywood is in the process of adopting it. City of Hollywood of staff is preparing an ordinance for consideration by the Hollywood City Commission to adopt Complete Street Guidelines. When the project is complete, the downtown area be a place of energy and excitement. There will be trolleys, people riding around on bicycles, people walking and some individuals using cars. There will be bicycle lanes and wider sidewalks. There will be landscape buffer zones. This promotes a healthier lifestyle and reduces pollution, said Goldberg. This will bring further interest in economic revitalization to downtown Hollywood. It will be a desirable place to live, work and study. Barry University is here. This area of Hollywood will be live, work, study and play. The transit station will also attract people to the area. A second railroad track is being built by All Aboard Florida, a subsidiary of the FEC to encourage the development of passenger train service. All Aboard Florida will link Miami to Orlando with high speed passenger rail and will have a stop in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach. The Tri-Rail Coastal Link will share the new passenger track along the FEC and will serve 28 cities from Miami to Jupiter. It will stop in Hollywood. This will make it easier for someone to live in Hollywood and work in Palm Beach County. Hollywood has big plans for the Dixie Highway/21st Avenue Corridor. Once the Plan has been completed, the City will utilize the Plan to obtain funding from the Broward County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). Kimley-Horn also received a $95,000 contract to complete a Master Conceptual Plan on U.S. One/Federal Highway from Young Circle to Sheridan Street. This project will look for ways to make this corridor a more desirable place to locate office buildings and other commercial redevelopment. The goal will be to create a complete street and to make the area safer for pedestrians, bicycle riders and to be more attractive. Plans call for plants to be installed in the medians and the medians will be lengthened. We are doing this at the right time, said Goldberg. We will apply for beatification grants from the Florida Department of Transportation and federal grants. They want to see what we want to do and they want to see an economic analysis. Both studies are being funded proportionally by the City of Hollywood and the Hollywood CRA. Positive changes planned for Downtown Hollywood L. Kenneth Barnett appointed to S. Leadership Hollywood is an interactive program where participants experience the Hollywood community up close, work together and gain a unique knowledge of resources and services available in Hollywood, Broward County and the State of Florida. The nine-month program will kickoff on Friday, October 11, 2013 with graduation in June 2014. More than 750 individuals have graduated from the program including including Mayor Peter Bober, Vice Mayor Richard Blattner, Commissioner Patty Asseff, Commissioner Peter Hernandez, Commissioner Kevin Biederman and his wife Donna, Senator Eleanor Sobel and many others pillars of our community. Visit www.hollywoodchamber.org or call the Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce at (954) 923-4000 to apply. Leadership Hollywood seeks applicants Governor Rick Scott recently appointed L. Kenneth Barnett to the Board of Commissioners that governs the South Broward Hospital District. Barnett succeeds former board member Sara E. Wolfer, who leaves the Board after dedicating close to nine years of service. Barnetts appointment runs through June 2016. Barnett, 67, joins the South Broward Hospital District with decades of experience in insurance litigation and defense. He is an attorney at the Law Office of L. Kenneth Barnett in Hollywood, a member of the Broward County Bar Association and the Florida Bar Association. Barnett received his bachelors degree in political science from the University of Pennsylvania in 1967 and his law degree from the University of Florida in 1970. Barnett is a past member of the Knights of Columbus at Nativity Catholic Church. I look forward to working with this dynamic group of professionals, said Barnett, who is married to Carol Camp Barnett and has two sons, Andrew and Brian. Im pleased to be given the opportunity to positively impact the lives of many residents in the South Broward Hospital District. Barnett joins the other members of the South Broward Hospital District Board of Commissioners: Chairman Hobel Florido; Vice Chairman Jose Basulto; Secretary/ Treasurer Laura R. Miller; Commissioner Alfredo Avalos; Commissioner Kathleen A. Durham and Commissioner Albert C. Jones. 4

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COVER STORYThe bald and the beautiful: Annual head-shaving event raises money for childrens cancer researchSt. Baldricks Foundation event set for Sept. 21 at Mickey ByrnesBy Caron Conway Lauren Bendesky was a typical 14-year-old until one fateful day in May 2012 when a large mass in her stomach was discovered that would be diagnosed as Stage IV high-risk neuroblastoma, a cancer of the nerve tissues. After more than a year of grueling chemotherapy and radiation treatments, today Lauren is a cancer survivor whose tests and scans show No Evidence of Disease (NED). Lauren, now 16, is only one of 175,000 children worldwide who are diagnosed each year with cancer. Although its the number one disease killer of children in the U.S., only 4 percent of federal cancer research funding is for childhood cancers. Thats where the St. Baldricks Foundation, a nonprofit fundraising organization, comes in. As a show of solidarity with young patients who typically lose their hair during cancer treatments, volunteers at thousands of events held around the world have their heads shaved in exchange for pledges of financial support to help fill crucial funding gaps at medical institutions that treat young cancer patients. St. Baldricks is the worlds largest fundraising event for pediatric cancer research, contributing more than $100 million in grants since 2005. A local fundraiser, Get Bald at Mickeys, will be held at 4 p.m. Sat., Sept. 21 at Mickey Byrnes Irish Pub, 1921 Hollywood Blvd., which has hosted head-shaving events to benefit St. Baldricks since 2009. As of the end of August, some 54 local shavees, including event organizers Christopher Haggerty and Mickey Byrnes owner Mark Rowe, had raised more than 50 percent of the $30,000 fundraising goal. The family-friendly event, which takes place during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, will be hosted by WPLG Local 10 morning meteorologist Julie Durda and weekend anchor Todd Tongen and feature clowns, face painters, a magician, live music, a silent auction, raffle and guest speakers, including cancer survivors and cancer research doctors. Also on hand will be several young cancer survivors, including Lauren Bendesky, who has a team of shavees raising pledges in her honor. Laurens cancer was discovered by chance on the morning of May 26, 2012, when her mother Sharon happened to tickle her daughter and felt a suspicious mass on her stomach. Doctors at Joe DiMaggio Childrens Hospital removed the 15-lb. mass along with one of Laurens ovaries. On June 7 her parents told her she had cancer. The mass, lymph nodes and fluid all contained cancer cells, and two weeks later it had spread to Laurens bone marrow. Over the course of the next year, she underwent six rounds of chemotherapy, stem cell harvest and rescue with high-dose chemotherapy, radiation and antibody therapy. After her third round of chemo, a marrow biopsy showed no cancer cells in her marrow. After the sixth and final round, all tests and scans showed No Evidence of Disease (NED). Last January, Lauren was admitted to Miami Childrens Hospital for six weeks for high-dose chemotherapy and a stem cell transplant/rescue. The following week, she began the first of 12 radiation treatments, with daily platelet transfusions. With each test, the result was NED. But the final phase of treatment that began last April proved to be the most difficult and kept Lauren hospitalized longer than expected with months of high fevers and other serious symptoms. She finished her last round of inpatient treatment Aug. 23 and will continue at-home medication through October. Lauren said she hopes to inspire others through her experience battling cancer. Even with all of the bad that has occurred I have continued to persevere and look at the positivity, she writes on her Facebook page, Team Lauren. I hope to use this experience to be a role model to other teenagers faced with this difficult journey. My main goal is not only to inspire children younger than me battling cancer and struggling to win but also adults much older than me not even facing cancer. Laurens illness also has influenced her future career plans. I always knew I wanted to work in medicine and especially in pediatrics, and now even more I want to be a pediatric oncologist as a way to give back, she said. To participate in the fundraiser at Mickey Byrnes Irish Pub as a shavee or to make a donation, visit www.getbaldatmickeys.com. The St. Baldricks Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization and donations are tax-deductible. To learn more about St. Baldricks, call 1-888-899-BALD (2253) or visit www.StBaldricks.org. Chris Haggerty contributed to this report. Lauren, now 16, is only one of 175,000 children worldwide who are diagnosed each year with cancer. Mickey Byrnes owner Mark Rowe takes it all off every year for St. Baldricks.PHOTO BY COURTNEY ORTIZ WWW.COURTNEYORTIZ.COM 7

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8FIREF IGHTERS 5K R UN ON THE BROADWALK 6-10 a.m., H ollywood Beach T he ater, 100 Johnson St.Join fellow runners as they race from Minnesota Street, north to Charleston Street and then back again. The run is sponsored by the Broward Metro Information: 954-474-407410R I BB ON CUTTING F OR L EUKEMIA AND L YMPHOMA S O C IETY5-7 p.m., Ventura Corporate Center, 200 S P ark R oad, S uite 140Join this event to commemorate the phoma Society, a group that supports research, patient support and informa tion programs. Information: 954-744-530011 9-11 M EMORIAL CON C ERT7:30-9 p.m., A rtsP ark A mphitheater, 1 Y oung CirclePay tribute to those lost on Sept. 11, free concert. The event is sponsored James Perkowski; the Florida Police Guard and Firing Squad; and veteran groups from Broward County. Information: 954-483-928514BULLY P REV ENTION S EMINAR: BULLY IS A BAD W ORD1:30-2:15 p.m., H ollywood K ungFu Academy, 1864 P olk St. prevention using verbal martial arts. Friends are welcome and parents are also encouraged to participate. Information: 954-367-231017D OWNTOWN A RTWALK 7-10 p.m., H arrison Street area Information: 954-921-350018FULL M OON D RUM CIR C LE7-9 p.m., A rtsP ark at Y oung CircleMeet at the Palm Court (west side). Information: 954-926-020419P ARTY WITH A P URPOSE5:30-7:30 p.m., Location to be determinedlywood Womens Club, a group dedicated to improving the community through volunteerism. Cost is $10.Information: 954-391-530820A RTISTS RE C EPTION6-10 p.m., A rt and Culture Center of H ollywood, 1650 H arrison St.Join this free reception to mark the open ing of works by Francesco ren Goldstein, and Gustavo MatamGET LISTED! Visit HollywoodGazette.com more area happenings or to list yours. G O S EEDO W H ATS H OT & H APPENING IN HOLLYW OOD 8B RU C E B RU C E8 p.m. showFort Lauder dale Improv, 5700 S eminole W ay Information: 954-981-5653 S E P TEMBE R H ARD R O C K L I V E! Sept. 4: Sept. 15: Sept. 18:S ept. 22: L isa L ampanelli, 7 p.m. Sept. 27: Brian Wilson and 14 H OLLYWOOD WEST C ON CERT SERIES 7:30-9 p.m., Boulevard H eights Enjoy this free live music show, which West Concert Series. This months Elvis, oldies rock and more.Information: 954-921-3404 W ork by Francesco L oCastro 8 B RU C E B RU C E Fort Lauderdale Improv, 5700 S eminole W ay 8 p.m. Information: 954-981-5653 8

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A RTS P ARK L I V E!8 p.m. Fridays and 9 p.m. S aturdays, A rtsP ark amphitheater, H ollywood Blvd. & U .S 1F REE FRIDAY MO V IE NIGHTSSept. 6: Sept. 13: Sept. 20: Sept. 27:S ATURDAYSSept. 7: Sept. 14: Mixed Culture, reggae Sept. 21: Sept. 28:Information: 954-921-3500H OLLYWOOD B EA C H THEATRE MUSI C AND DAN C ING 7:30-9 p.m. M ondaysW ednesdays, H ollywood Beach T heatre, Johnson S treet and the BroadwalkMONDAYSSept. 2: FlashBack, oldies rock Sept. 9:doowop Sept. 16: standards Sept. 23: Sundown, country Sept. 30: Bevs backup band, dance musicTUESDAYSSept. 3: Marly Johnson, French songstress Sept. 10: Sept. 17: Sept. 24: Travis Bridges, sax/jazzWEDNESDAYSSept. 4: Sept. 11: Thunderhead, classic rock Sept. 18: Sept. 25:FRIDAYS Sept. 6: aSilva and the Chicago blues Sept. 13: Shakedown, rock reggae Sept. 20: classic rock Sept. 27: East End and bluesSATURDAYSSept. 7: Jay Blues Band, blues Sept. 14: The Pitbull of Blues Band, Sept. 21:ful swinging blues Sept. 28: sInformation: 954-921-3404A RT AND C ULTURE C ENTER O F HOLLYWOOD EXHI B ITS10 a.m.-5 p.m., T uesday-Friday, and N oon-4 p.m. S aturday and S unday, 1650 H arrison S t. The following exhibits start Sept. 21 Geometry series with a new body of mixed-media work and video animation. South Florida-based artist Jessy Nite explores bold narratives and speaks through a variety of con trolled substances. The exhibition Black Eyes features never-seen-before images by ac claimed documentary-style photogdraws inspiration from paintings, Gustavo Matamoros semi-perma (20130700), in the centers library is inspired by the idea of seeing with our minds ear. Matamoros is a sound artist and composer who lives and works in South Florida. Charles M. Schulz: Pop Culture in Peanuts continues through Sept. 8. Gallery visitors can also create their own works in the centers Peanuts play area and take part in other exhibition-related activities. driac Series appropriates drug ogy charts, and makeup kits found online. The exhibit continues through Sept. 8.Information: 954-921-3274A RTS P ARK AT Y OUNG CIR C LE G ALLERY N oon-6 p.m. MondayS aturday, 1 Y oung Circle self-taught artist who is featuring 21 of his oil paintings through Sept. 27. travels, surroundings, and his family in his creations. Information: 954-921-3500 bar and light refresh ments will be served. The reception will feature systems of South Florida and zine 1. 21D OWNTOWN H OLLYWOOD E N P LEIN A RIE10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.,various sites throughout downtown H ollywoodWatch as artists create artwork on-site at various stations throughout down at 9:30 a.m.Information: 954-924-298022H OPE F OR VISION 5K R UN R ace starts at 7:30 a.m., H ollywood Beach Broadwalk at Connecticut StreetJoin this 5K run from Charnow Park. Funds raised go toward treatment for registration available for teams of 10 or more. Information: 954-920-7741 or 305459-445028M YCHARITYR UN.C OM 5/10K5:30 a.m. load in, 7 a.m. start time, H ollywood Beach Broadwalk event starts at Tyler Street, heads to North Beach Park and then returns. The event allows participants to raise funds for whatever cause they want. Information: 305-741-8043ART & MOVIE S & MUSIC 20 11TH ANNUAL G RAPES F OR G RADES 6:30-9:30 p.m., H ollywood Beach M arriott, 2501 N. Ocean Drive provides college tuition assistance to high school students. Event tickets are $60 before the event and $70 at the door. Information: 954-923-4000 Catch Peanuts through Sept. 8. 21 S T. BALDRI C KS D AY FUNDRAISER 4-10 p.m., M ickey Byrnes Irish P ub, 1921 H ollywood Blvd. This event raises funds for the St. Baldricks Foundation, which helps to fund childhood cancer research. Shave others heads, shed your own hair or cheer on those who give up their locks. The event features a silent Information: 954-536-9515 W ork by Jessy N ite 9

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SCHOOL NEWS Enrollment Currently Open for Students in Grades Kindergarten through Sixth Somerset Academy, Inc.a Florida-based, nonprofit educational institution with a 15-year track record of successfully operating high-performing charter schoolsannounced today that Somerset Academy Hollywood is opening for the upcoming 2013-2014 school year. The new charter school will cater to students in grades kindergarten through sixth and be serviced by Academica, one of the nations leading charter school service and support organizations with a roster of more than 100 schools throughout the country. Enrollment for Somerset Academy Hollywood students is presently open. The school, located at 1704 Buchanan St., will host a meet and greet for parents and students on August 15 and officially open on August 19. With plans to eventually serve students through eighth grade, the new charter school and its staff of experienced teachers will present supreme educational opportunities through carefully planned curriculums. In technology-rich classrooms, all students will have access to computers, laptops and Promethean Boards (interactive, electronic touch whiteboards), as well as specialized software for customized instruction. The school will also feature a uniform policy and beforeand after-school care. Additionally, all teachers are trained in conscious discipline, which addresses emotional intelligence and promotes conflict resolution. Somerset Academy Hollywood will be led by veteran educator and administrator, Mary C. Stuart, who also serves as the principal of Somerset East Preparatory Academy in Miramar (an A school), and boasts a doctoral degree in educational leadership. It is with great pride that I lead this school into its opening year, said Somerset Academy Hollywood Principal Mary Stuart. As enrollment continues and we open our doors for the first time, the Somerset team is thrilled for the opportunity to encourage a new generation of motivated learners. Nationally recognized for its awardwinning education programs, Somerset was the first charter school system in the nation to achieve district accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS-CASI), the foremost organization granting external mark of quality and high standards to academic institutions in the Southern region of the U.S. As a charter school service and support provider, Academica serves in a similar capacity to a school districts staff and boards role in managing a traditional public school. The Floridabased organization has a proven track record of developing and growing networks of successful charter schools throughout the U.S. and currently serves the largest population of highperforming charter schools in the state of Florida. Academicas strategic formula of establishing schools in areas of great need has made it an instrumental resource in accelerating student and school performance nationwide for the past decade. Academica is honored to have been chosen to provide services to this promising institution, said Academica Founder and President Fernando Zulueta. We are delighted for the opportunity to further expand our relationship with Somerset Academy and assist this school in providing a world-class education to its students. For further information on Somerset Academy Hollywood, please visit www. somersethollywood.com and to learn more about Academica, visit www. Academica.org. Somerset Academy Hollywood charter school opens for 2013-2014 academic year 10

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DOWNTOWN NEWS Popular free monthly event is back on Hollywood Boulevard through May By Caron Conway Lead Correspondent Cruise on down to Hollywood Boulevard on Sunday, September 15 for the return of the Downtown Hollywood Dream Car Classic, where dozens of classic cars, trucks and other vehicles of interest will be on display from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. along both sides of Hollywood Boulevard between 19th and 20th avenues. The Dream Car Classic, a longtime popular event returning after more than a yearlong absence, is an open show, meaning vehicles of all years may enter. Following its reintroduction on September 15, the free event will be presented by the City of Hollywood Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) in coordination with the Downtown Hollywood Business Association, on the first Sunday of the month from October through May. Upcoming dates are October 6 and November 3. Car show promoter Joe Bevelacqua of Cobra Joe Productions said classic car owners and spectators alike are excited about the revival of the Dream Car Classic, which in the past has drawn both serious automobile enthusiasts and families looking for an entertaining way to spend a Sunday. Downtown Hollywood is the perfect location for a classic car show, Bevelacqua said. Hollywood Boulevard can accommodate a large number of participants as well as spectators, and the downtown area offers a great mix of businesses, from a variety of restaurants and pubs to unique boutiques and specialty shops. Entertainment will be provided by popular oldies DJ Rockin Rich Bedford. MAJIC 102.7 radio personality Mindy Lang will be on hand to sign autographs, take photos with fans and present car show awards at 1:15 p.m., including trophies for the Top 30 vehicles and the Peoples Choice Award. Car show participants also will receive discounts at select downtown restaurants. Car show registration fee is $20. To pre-register for the Dream Car Classic, email Joe Bevelacqua at jbevsr@msn. com and include your vehicles make and model. Vehicles also will be registered the morning of the show as space permits. We have space for 85 cars, Bevelacqua said. I think its going to be a really successful show. There is no charge for on-street downtown parking between 8:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. Free on-street parking is available in three-hour increments between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Garage parking is available for $1 per hour at the Municipal Garages located at 251 S. 20th Avenue (between Harrison Street and Van Buren Street) and 251 N. 19th Avenue (between Tyler Street and Polk Street). Dream Car Classic rolls into Downtown Hollywood Sept. 15 W e b s i t e D e s i g n S i n c e 1 9 9 5 B r o c h u r e D e s i g n B u s i n e s s C a r d & L e t t e r h e a d D e s i g n T r a d e S h o w D i s p l a y s S o c i a l M e d i a M a r k e t i n g T V A d v e r t i s i n g 9 5 4 5 2 2 8 7 7 2 | w w w A d E x c e l l e n c e c o m 2 4 5 0 H o l l y w o o d B l v d S u i t e 3 0 0 H o l l y w o o d F L 3 3 0 2 0 11

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HOLLYWOOD EYE INSTITUTE is located in the Sheridan Professional Centre: 11011 Sheridan St. Suite 215 Cooper City, FL 33026(N.E. Corner of Sheridan & Hiatus, just East of Winn-Dixie/Embassy Lakes Shopping Center) LASER CATARACT SURGERY IS HERE!Call: (954)447-0606 or book your appointment online: WWW.HOLLYWOODEYEINSTITUTE.COM HOLLYWOOD EYE INSTITUTEPHYSICIANS SURGEONS Laser Cataract Surgery is a technological breakthrough that allows for customized surgery. Utilizing this advanced technology, surgery is customized for your eye using a bladeless laser.Call Dr. Greenbaum to Schedule Your Consultation Today! Accepting All Major Insurance Plans Evening & Weekend Appointments Available! Se Habla Espanol! ~ Shareen M. Greenbaum, M.D. Board Certi ed Ophthalmologist ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS! HEALTH NEWS The Designation Aids Consumers and Employers in Choosing High-Performing Hospitals Excellence in quality and cost of care in cardiac surgery has earned Memorial Regional Hospital the Blue Distinction Center+ designation from Florida Blue. The Blue Distinction Centers for Specialty Care program is a national designation awarded by Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies to medical facilities that have demonstrated expertise in delivering quality specialty care and has recently been expanded to include more robust quality measures focused on improved patient health and safety as well as new cost-efficiency measures. Since 2006, consumers, medical providers and employers have relied on the Blue Distinction program to identify hospitals delivering quality care in bariatric surgery, cardiac care, complex and rare cancers, knee and hip replacements, spine surgery and transplants. The selection criteria used to evaluate facilities were developed with input from the medical community and include general quality and safety metrics as well as program specific metrics. Memorial Regional Hospital is proud to have met the rigorous selection criteria that have been set by the Blue Distinction Centers for Specialty Care program. Memorial Regional Hospital receives Blue Distinction Center+ designation 12

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HOLLYWOOD STARS By David Volz Peter Kratochvil is a man of various passions. He loves dancing and he loves complex engineering projects. Hollywood residents may have seen Kratochvil riding around the City of Hollywood on a bicycle with a plastic covering that protects him from the elements and acts as kind of sail. It allows him to ride without depending as much on pedals. He envisions a bicycle that people could ride using his engineering concepts that would take advantage of the wind and enable people to enjoy cycling without having to work so hard on pedaling. The plastic cover he uses for his bicycle works according to the same principles birds and butterflies use to fly. Kratochvil has had an interesting life but now he is facing some challenges. He is homeless and does not speak English. He speaks Czech. To earn money, Kratochvil dances from 8:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. at Club Tropical in Hallandale. The owner pays him $40 a night to dance with older women who come to the Club. He recently met a friend, Irena Roy, a native of Czechoslovakia, who is trying to help him. He was born in Prague, Czechoslovakia in 1952 at a time when the nation was under a communist government. My father was a doctor but he did not want me to be a doctor, said Kratochvil. I attended the Academy of Drama in Prague and I was an announcer on the radio in Prague. I would read stories on the air. Kratochvil also danced professionally. He was talented in the Waltz, Cha Cha, Rumba and Tango. He has won dance contests. He once won $1,000 in a dance contest. For Kratochvil life in a communist nation was not a bad experience. He avoided problems with the government and enjoyed life. Roy agreed that life was not so bad in Czechoslovakia during communist rule. My parents always insisted that I never discuss religion or politics. I never did and I never had any problems in Czechslovakia, she said. Life actually became more difficult when communism ended in Czechoslovakia. Then many people lost their jobs and factories that employed thousands of people were closed. People who were used to state health care, secure jobs and long vacations suddenly had to compete in a capitalistic economy. And many individuals struggled to adjust to a new way of life. Kratochvil decided to come to the United States in 2000. He arrived in New Orleans and then moved to the Hollywood area. I wanted to live in an area with an ocean, he said. I love it here. While being homeless is a challenge, Kratochvil believes it has allowed him to see the world differently than he would if he lived a more conventional life. He has been able to spend more time studying birds and butterflies and has been able to use this knowledge to develop his bicycle cover design. Kratochvil would like some help and has skills to offer. Those who want to help Kratochvil can contact Tom Olsen at (954) 927-8240. This interview was facilitated by Tom Olsen and interpreter Irena Roy. Who is Hollywoods iconic bike guy? How Much Is Your Home Worth ...Really? When you list your home with me, I pay for a professional independent appraisal so we can eliminate the guessing game and play to WIN! Ask about my 29-day guarantee.Cindy AbrahamVoted Best Realtor In Hollywood, Florida 2011954.895.1617www.ATeamFlorida.comcindy@ateamorida.com 13

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East Hollywood Medical Associates, Inc.EAST HOLLYWOOD MEDICAL ASSOCIATES, INC.2216 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, FL 33020 Quality Private Doctor in your Neighborhood Specializing in Geriatrics and Internal Medicine We have been serving the Hollywood/Hallandale area for 24 Years at the same location! Our Patients are alway seen by their assigned Physician. STOP BY AND SEE US TODAY!We speak English, Spanish & French! (954) 926-2900 NOW ACCEPTING MEDICAID COMMUNITY Volunteer Clean Up Day for Liberia set for Sept. 7 Local real estate development company Fautz Associates will hold its first annual Keep Liberia Clean Volunteer Clean Up Day on Saturday, September 7, 2013. Volunteers will meet at 9:00 am in the parking lot of Atlantic Meat Market at 2243 Simms Street, Hollywood. The clean-up will culminate with the planting of a sunflower field on an empty lot owned by Fautz Associates. This is the first of several beautification projects Fautz Associates has planned for the neighborhood of Liberia located in the City of Hollywood. The company is in the process of renovating single family homes to be more environmentally friendly, building new green homes, and seeking approval for the installation of murals. In the meantime, Fautz Associates is working with residents and other organizations to coordinate resume workshops, parenting classes, and programs for children. Robert Fautz, CEO of Fautz Associates, says, There is no point in going into business unless you can make a radical difference in other peoples lives. Fautz Associates is working in partnership with Joeys Kids Foundation as well as the City of Hollywoods Adopt-a-Street program. The city will provide trash bags, litter pickers, and final garbage pickup. Volunteers will receive a free t-shirt, protein/granola bar, juice and clean up supplies. Sponsors will have the opportunity to speak at the closing event just before the planting of the sunflower seeds. To receive a volunteer info pack, please email Volunteer@ FautzAssociates.com or call 954.874.0770. 14

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Beauty of Wax has 2 convenient locations to serve you: 2029 Tyler St. Hollywood 954-922-2252 700 SW 78th Ave. Suite-114 Plantation 954-478-0585 SKIN & BODY CARE WWW.BEAUTYOFWAX.COM Schedule your body sculpting treatments today!CHOOSE FROM:Ultrasonic Cavitation Radio Frequency Vacuum Therapy Body Slim Wraps Lymphatic Drainage Stimulation BETTER BEST THE WORKS BODY TREATMENTS VIP CLUB Body sculpting treatments to choose from: Ultrasonic Cavitation Radio Frequency Lymphatic Drainage Stimulation Vacuum Therapy Body slim wraps Payments plans available Free consultations available at any of Our locations. SKIN & BODY CARECALL NOW!!!OR VISIT US AT 2029 Tyler St. Hollywood FL700 SW 78 Av. Suite 114 Plantation, FLTWO BODY TREATMENTS PER WEEK FOR A YEAR$1499FOR ONLYONE BODY TREATMENTS PER WEEK FOR A YEAR$1199FOR ONLYONE BODY TREATMENT EVERY TWO WEEKS FOR A YEAR$699FOR ONLY *Some restrictions apply Payment plans available. 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He received the Best Male Model Award at Cuba Moda, an annual event in Cuba in 1998 and was pictured in Cosmopolitan for Greece, along with many other international magazines. In addition to modeling, Molina formed the group Dxero, which won five awards at the 2004 Lucas TV video clip awards show, including best video, best rap video and best Art Director. He also had cameo appearances in two movies, Havana Blues and Dioses Rotos. Once he arrived in the U.S., Molina appeared in several Spanish language soap operas, including Mas Sabe El Diablo and El Rostro de Analia. And Molina has written two books, including Morir Es Facil, which is sold on Amazon, Ebay and Barnes & Noble. His newest book, El Poder De Tu Nombre Mujer is in the editing stage. Molina is also a painter. Currently, he is working on his art portfolio and looking for a gallery to exhibit his work. Because even renaissance men have bills to pay, Molina can be found behind the bar at Cantina Laredo at the Village at Gulfstream in Hallandale. Bartending enables me to meet all kinds of interesting people. People are works of art, too, Molina said. For more information on Molina visit http://www2.exploretalent.com/ ariammolina1 IN FOCUS: SPOTLIGHT ON HOLLYWOOD ARTIST ARIAM MOLINA Smile Dental CenterGENERAL DENTISTRY FOR ADULTS & CHILDREN FRIENDLY PERSONALIZED CARE 20+ YEARS COMBINED DENTAL EXPERIENCE PAINLESS ANESTHETICS Afraid of the Dentist?We can ease your fears!We offer Advantage Dental Program for patients without Dental Insurance. This Dental Program was created to make Dentistry affordable! Annual Fee: Adults $139 Children $89. Includes: Comprehensive Exam, Full Mouth X-Ray and Oral Cancer Screening is included with the program. Reduces fees up to 25% o of most dental treatments we o er. 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Visit our website: www.waffleworks.net 3265 Hollywood Blvd. 954-963-9161 Were Celebrating OUR 10 TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY!! Subs Wraps Salads Crepes Burgers Turkey 20 % OFF Entire CheckMust present when ordering not valid with any other offer.one coupon per person. EXP. 9/30/13 Specials from $ 4 .99 Try one of our new Gourment Hamburgers (10 to choose from!) Starting October 1st THURS 7AM to 3PM FRI-SAT-SUN 7AM to 9PM New Hours! K e e p i t Spicy T aco Beach Shack at Hollywood Beach Suites Hostel + Hotel 334 Arizona Street, Hollywood Beach, FL 33019 On A1A one block north of Hollywood Blvd. T el: 954-920-6523 | www .tacobeachshack.com REST A URANTSPORTS BAR SAND L OUNGEVIP CABANAS LIVE MUSIC EVERY NIGHT 2 PING PONG T ABLES 20 FT BIG SCREEN TV Sip our v ariety of Domestic & Me xican beers Mar garit as and Homemade Sangrias!! Celebr at e y our F est a with us!! W e cat er!! ENJO Y OUR F AMOUS T A CO TUESD A Y MADNESS 2-4-1 T A COS!!** T H E B E S T G O U R M E T T A C O S O N T H E B E A C H 334 Ar izona Street, Holl yw ood Beach, FL 33019 954-920-6523 LIVE MUSIC EVER Y NIGHT FULL LIQ UOR B AR OPEN TILL 1AM T A COBEA CHSHA CK.COM T H E B E S T G O U R M E T T A C O S O N T H E B E A C H HG EXP 9/30/13 HG EXP 9/30/13$30 Custom Spray TanSmash Beauty Lounge is located at: 2029 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood (954) 923-1132WWW.SMASHBEAUTYLOUNGE.COM HG EXP 9/30/13 GET A FREE AUTHENTIC DANISH CINNAMON SWIRLLimit one coupon per customer per day. Danish Pastry Co. 2031 Tyler St. Hollywood, FL. 33020 954-362-4366 www.danishpastryco.com Art and Culture Center teams up with Women in Distress to raise funds for art classes From October to March the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood will partner with Women in Distress to provide 20 after-school arts enrichment classes for children ages 5-12 who have experienced domestic violence. The project gives children who are the youngest, innocent victims of family violence a chance to express themselves in positive, creative ways that reinforce non-violent behaviors. The Center is seeking funds to enhance this project by purchasing artist sketchpads and packs of coloring pencils, plus percussion instruments and puppet supplies. Approximately 150 children are expected to participate at Women in Distress. Participants are composed of youth who receive after-school care at the facility or are living temporarily in the 132-bed shelter. Your donation will pay for the sketchpads, pencils, instruments, and puppets. Donors will be named as an Art and Culture Center of Hollywood supporter in the 2013 Year In Review publication. Donations of $250 or more will be listed on the Donor Wall in the lobby of the Centers main gallery facility. To donate visit http://power2give.org/ Broward/Project/ Detail?projectId=2172 or scan the code on the right with your smart phone. HG EXP 9/30/13*Offer excludes grooming, food and productsCompanion animals & Exotics Robert D.Schachner, DVM Animal Medical Center & Bird Clinic of Hollywood 521 N. Federal Hwy Hollywood, FL Office hours by appointment (954) 920-2400 10% OFFVaccinations & Veterinary Services* 16

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rf n r f nntb r nt r r r f r fn tb r ff n fbf f ff n r fr r r r tbr rrfr f f ff r n r n n r r We Have Infant Care! FOR GOODNESS SAKE Hyundai Hope On Wheels and Hollywood-area Hyundai dealers recently awarded Joe DiMaggio Childrens Hospital with a $75,000 Hyundai Scholar Grant to Dr. Deborah Kramer for her work on the creation of a treatment history for childhood cancer survivors. Joe DiMaggio Childrens Hospital is one of 40 recipients of Hope On Wheels 2013 Hyundai Scholar Grant. Over the course of 2013, Hope On Wheels will donate $14 million to childrens hospitals nationwide through its Hyundai Scholar Grant and Hyundai Hope Grant programs. Since 2007, Joe DiMaggio Childrens Hospital has received $655,000 from Hope On Wheels. We are so grateful to Hyundai and Hope on Wheels for their continued support of Joe DiMaggio Childrens Hospital Foundation, said Dr. Deborah Kramer. This grant will enable us to create a program that will improve the lives of our pediatric cancer patients. The $75,000 Hyundai Scholar Grant to Dr. Deborah Kramer was officially presented during a Hope On Wheels Handprint Ceremony at the Joe DiMaggio Childrens Hospital on Wednesday, August 28. During the ceremony, Hollywood-area children battling cancer placed their handprints dipped in colorful paint on a white 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport. Hyundai and its dealers remain committed to helping children in the fight against pediatric cancer, said John Krafcik, president and CEO of Hyundai Motor America. While cure rates approach 80 percent for some forms of pediatric cancer, far too many children and families are devastated by the disease. Hope On Wheels builds public awareness about the importance of this cause and provides funds to nonprofit childrens hospitals across the U.S. for pediatric cancer research. A new Hope On Wheels program encourages the public to show its support and raise awareness by Giving Hope a Hand. To participate in the program, supporters can simply take a picture of their hand and post it on their social media pages using the hashtag #GiveHopeAHand. For more information about Hyundai Hope On Wheels, please visit www. HyundaiHopeOnWheels.org. Hyundai representatives from South Florida present a grant for $75,000 to Joe DiMaggio Childrens Hospital for a pediatric cancer clinical program Corey George Joe Dimaggio Childrens Hospital awarded $75,000 grant for pediatric cancer research 19

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I cringe whenever a woman says to me, I dont want to lift weights or strength is just not that important to me. Not so much because I think there is something inherently wrong with not enjoying strength training, but because of the REASON most women give as to why they dont. Most women are more concerned with how their body looks rather than what it can DO. Some may argue with me on this, and Im open to the debate, but in the realm of fitness, when it comes to the practical application in life, there are not many things more important than strength. If youre in an earthquake and the ceiling falls on your head, your six-pack wont do you one bit of good, but if youre strong enough to push a 100 lb. piece of cement off your body, you might have a chance of saving your life or someone elses. What if youre starving and all you have to eat is a bottle of almond butter, but you cannot open the jar? Your skinny jeans wont come in too handy then, now will they? Dont get me wrong. There is nothing wrong with wanting to look AMAZING and I love my skinny jeans just as much as you do. In fact, appearance is a significant component of your self-esteem, and consequentially, your quality of life. However if you look HOT (for most women that means thin and toned) but you dont have the functional strength to carry your own groceries-in a single trip, or God forbid, you have ask your spouse to help you open a bottle of spaghetti sauce, then who the heck cares if your clothing size is in the single digits? The opposite of strong is weak, and who wants to be weak? Not me, and I bet neither do you! Ironically, in a society where most women fulfill the same responsibility as their male counterparts, many still hold onto the belief that to be strong is to be masculine. Women have been conditioned to believe that strength is something only men need, and that women who can move their own furniture carry their own groceries and squat their own body weight are somehow less feminine. Im calling BS on that one! When did a strong woman become an oxymoron? Is it a sin that I dont need the young boy at Home Depot to help me carry my sand bags to the car AND I can put it in the trunk by myself? And guess what? When Im done lifting sandbags, I can STILL come home, take a bubble bath, put on a pretty skirt, paint my toe nails, and do whatever else feminine women are supposed to do. So heres the bottom line ladies: There is absolutely NOTHING wrong with having or wanting to have a six pack, and you should not be burned at the stake if you cannot open your own jar of spaghetti sauce, but strength is EXTREMELY important, especially as you age, because the weaker you are, the more dependent you become and the more likely you are injure yourself in the most mundane of activities (like walking). So ladies, being strong and having a few muscles to show for it, does not make you any less of a woman. It is after all 2013, and last I heard ladies, you can be slim, sexy AND strong! Shondelle Solomon-Miles is the Head Fitness coach and owner of Synergize Home of CrossFit 954. To schedule a FREE one-on-one consultation with Shondelle visit www. CrossFit954.com Shondelle SolomonMiles Slim, sexy and STRONG Broward researches use of processed glass for beach renourishment Broward County is known for its twenty-three miles of award winning beaches. Browards beaches attract an estimated 7.2 million visitors a year and contribute $548 million annually to Broward Countys economy. But, like beaches worldwide erosion is a problem and beach renourishment is necessary. Broward Commissioners have asked that county staff conduct research to determine if using processed glass, instead of natural sand is an economically feasible idea prior to funding additional environmental testing. The idea that we might be able to take something thats being thrown away now and turn it into silica sand, which glass is made of, and use it on the beach and find our own source I think is really exciting, said Mayor Kristin Jacobs who brought the issue forward for Commission discussion. Preliminary environmental testing was conducted in 2008 by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection but fell short of funding prior to completion and was inconclusive. Commissioners were told an estimated $1.5 million may be necessary to conduct additional environmental testing and monitoring over a three year period. How much source material is available? What is the cost of glass today as opposed to when we first looked at it? Has it declined? Im very much in favor of it because, after all, glass is sand, its silica, said Commissioner Sue Gunzburger. Our problem is we dont know if this is more cost effective. We need to determine the following: that this is the cost for beach sand. This is the cost of sand if its dredged up by the ton. This is the cost of sand from an upland source and this is the cost of sand if you got it from the glass project, said Commissioner Chip LaMarca. I too support the concept, but there are so many holes, Im not willing to authorize $1.5 million but I am willing to say: tell us how much money you need to get us what we need to do a comparison of cost, said Commissioner Lois Wexler. Its my understanding Palm Beach looked at this and its my understanding that they determined that it wasnt cost effective, and so Im wondering why they made that determination, noted Commissioner Martin David Kiar. Another concern discussed is the ability to recycle enough glass to supplement beach renourishment. My sense of it is, if it was economically feasible than currently there would be some private entity that would have stepped in and would have acquired some site to convert this glass into glass sand. The next step is, do we have a site in Broward County that is actually feasible to conduct such an operation, said Commissioner Tim Ryan. Commissioners agreed to consider funding for environmental testing once a cost analysis has been conducted and additional information brought forward at a future date. THE LIGHTER SIDE BEACH NEWS 20

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NEWS FROM THE GREATER HOLLYWOOD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Scenes from Recent Chamber Events The August Good Morning Hollywood Breakfast Meeting took place at the Marriott Hollywood Beach and featured keynote speaker David Shelley, Curriculum Supervisor from the Broward County Schools who educated our audience about Common Core Standards; Broward College sponsored the event and President David Armstrong gave the introduction. We hope you enjoy these photos from the breakfast. 24

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On Friday, September 20th from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., the Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce will present the 11th Annual Grapes for Grades fundraiser at the Marriott Hollywood Beach (2501 N. Ocean Drive, Hollywood). This wonderful event features tantalizing food, fine wine and live music, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the Hollywood Florida Scholarship Foundation (a 501(c3) organization providing college scholarships to deserving seniors from Hollywood public high schools and helping to finance their pursuit of higher education.) Since its inception, the chambers Grapes for Grades event has generated more than $250,000 for the foundation and has funded approximately 250 students! Attendees will enjoy delectable bites and a notable collection of wines and spirits from participating restaurants and vendors such as: Hollywood Prime at the Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa GGs Waterfront Bar and Grill Elements Bistro at the Hollywood Beach Crowne Plaza Latitudes on the Beach at the Hollywood Beach Marriott Brio Tuscan Grille at The Village of Gulfstream Park La Vendetta Liguoris Fired Up! Ginos Italian Market Over The Top Catering Taverna Opa Hollywood Disalvos Pizza & Italian Restaurant Menchies Frozen Yogurt Winn-Dixie Tijuana Flats Taco Beach Shack PARTING GIFTS COURTESY OF: Popcorn Zone Hialeah Products/New Urban Farms Sponsors of this years Grapes for Grades event include Hollywood Police Department, E.H. Whitson Air Conditioning, Plumbing and Electrical Services, Barker Animation, Hollywood Discount Liquor & Wine, Sun Credit Union, Community Bank, Calvin Giordano, Barry University, RentHollywood.com, Union Printing, The Press Room, & INRO Marketing. In addition to a silent auction featuring fabulous items, the Hollywood Florida Scholarship Foundation will also conduct a drawing for a magnificent 10 day cruise for two through the Southern Caribbean aboard the luxurious Oceania Riviera! Tickets to Grapes for Grades are available for $60 pre-event and will be priced at $70 at the door. Take advantage of the $200 wine and dine deal, which provides two event tickets ($120 value) and one cruise drawing ticket ($100 value), which saves you $20 in advance or $40 at the door. WELCOME NEW CHAMBER MEMBERS 1 Stop Public Adjusting SVR, Inc. Zachary Oppenheim 954.993.5589 Professional public adjusting Ad Valorem Title LLC Marcela Barrero 954.607.5324 www.avtitle.com Full service title agency AFLAC Georgina Scott 954.445.2146 www.aflac.com Supplemental insurance coverage American Fence Corp. Barry Mintzer 954.592.2440 Manufacture and installation Aventura Dental Group Harvey Rosa 305.935.4030 www.aventuradentalgroup.com Qualified, knowledgeable and friendly staff Bernstein, Chackman, Liss & Rose Nicholas Johnson 954.986-9600 Extensive experience in civil litigation and criminal law Bijoux Wholesale Jewelry Sully Ramji 954.456.2262 www.shelami.com Fine costume jewelry and gifts Biz4Moms Tera Faso 954.562.2838 Tips, Resources and Ideas for mom business owners Designer Discount Fabrics and Furniture Jackie Liriano 954.923.4229 www.desigfab.com Extensive fabric and trim selection EDMT Corp Enrique Aponte 954.670.9630 Non-medical transportation company Fine Fire Equipment, Inc. Michael Fine 305.945.9956 Regular service of fire systems GetOnlineQuotes.com Jeff Messett 305.423.9288 www.getonlinequotes.com Medical billing advocates and licensed insurance agents Green Light Staffing Group Ron Green 954.504.0082 www.greenlightstaff.com Staffing and industry-specific solutions for hiring Gulfstream Park Racing & Casino Nancy Berry 954.457.6287 www.gulfstreampark.com Slot machines, electronic blackjack, roulette and live poker Hanes Hurricane Shutters & Windows 954.458.6866 www.haneshurricaneshutters.com Installer of accordion shutters, storm panels and rolling shutters Insphere Solutions Mercedes Makarevich 954.817.4852 www.insurewithmercy.com Health, life, supplemental benefits and disability insurance KAMI Financial Consulting, Inc. Franco Fanith 954.394.1748 Providing business financial solutions Koosh Jewelers Miriam Sharaby 954.927.7777 www.kooshjewelers.com Fine jewelry, designer brands, expert repair Elite Coastal Lonna Spitaleri 954.921.2800 Residential real estate purchase, sales and leasing Lux Optica by Vio Viorica Peterson 954.456-3808 Experienced, licensed optician Martina Coriano Photography Martina Coriano 305.898.3664 www.martinacorianophotography.com Specializing in capturing emotions forever Pembroke Gun & Range Ron Ritter 954.989.6968 www.pembrokegunrange.com Floridas premier indoor firing range and gun shop Pizza Rustica 305.535.8882 www.pizzarusticahollywood.com Using only simple, high quality, fresh ingredients R.S. Davis Financial Services, Inc. Richard Davis 954.929.9506 www.rsdavisfinancial.com Fulfilling the financial demands of all Americans Ranieri Law LLC Sheldon Fishman 954.660.5026 www.ranierilawllc.com Restoring peoples credit and peace of mind Reliable and Quality Wood Flooring, Inc. Christian Samuel Tanase 954.924.1098 www.woodfloorinstalling.com Residential and commercial hardwood flooring installation and repair Sals Italian Ristorante Arturo Paz 954.929.4727 www.salsitalianristorante.com You will notice the differences that set us apart from other Italian eateries Shipman Law, PA Marquista Shipman 954.593.6900 www.shipmanlawpa.com Providing legal services in real estate and corporate and business transactions South Florida Radiation Oncology/ Hollywood Maria Jones 954.322.7200 www.sfrollc.com One of Floridas leading radiation oncology centers Suboni Technical Solutions Valentin Suboni 954.647.7787 Offering exceptional service, sales and maintenance of ATM machines Taverna Opa, Inc. TRUSTEE MEMBER John Theodore 954.929.4010 www.tavernaopa.com/hollywood Authentic food, great atmosphere and a lot of fun The Club at Emerald Hills Henry Olstein 954.961.4000 www.theclubatemeraldhills.com Providing the perfect setting for truly memorable occasions and events Virtuous Creations Sherrie Walton 954.689.2240 www.vcdecor.com Event planning and dcor for social, corporate, galas, wedding and charity events Grapes for Grades: Fine Wine and More to Aid Scholarship Foundation NEWS FROM THE GREATER HOLLYWOOD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FRIDAY, SEPT. 13 Good Morning Hollywood Breakfast/ Tabletop Business Expo Business Expo 7 to 8 a.m. Breakfast Program 8 to 9 a.m. More Business Expo 9 to 10 a.m. Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa 3555 S. Ocean Drive, Hollywood Keynote speaker: Hollywood City Manager, Cathy Swanson Rivenbark Sponsored by: Waste Pro $12 members in advance online/$15 members at the door/$20 future members Business Expo Table $100 members $150 future members Space limited-To reserve your table visit www. hollywoodchamber.org FRIDAY, SEPT. 20 Grapes for Grades 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Marriott Hollywood Beach 2501 N. Ocean Drive, Hollywood $60 in Advance/$70 at the Door WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 25 Business After Hours 5 to 7 p.m. Tipsy Boar 1906 Harrison Street Hollywood, FL 33020 $7 members in advance online/$10 members at the door/$12 future members THURSDAY, SEPT. 26 Chamber Video Day 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce 330 N. Federal Highway, Hollywood $135 for a 60-Second Business Video Shoot Chamber of Commerce Upcoming Events Registration required for all events. Call 954.923.4000 or register online for any of these events at www.hollywoodchamber.org. 25

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Since 1978 Residential Commercial Remodeling & RepairsWE DO IT ALL 30 YRS. EXPERIENCE Mold Certified & insured Licensed #CGC1506268 #CC1327798 Broward: 954-444-7708 Dade: 305-444-7709 www.AdaptiveCreations.com Carpentry Windows & Doors Painting Wall Texturizing Kitchens Renovations Tile Concrete We build attractive dumpster enclosures HONESTY INTEGRITY ETHICAL PROFESSIONAL Roof Coating & Water Proo ng Specialists (954) 654-4464www.LandisRoo ng.com Locally owned and operated by husband and wife team Joel & Christine Landis of Dania Beach, FL. Quality roofing work at fair pricesLICENSED & INSURED Broward County, FL CC#06-R1309-X Fl State Registered Contractor #29027382 International Code Council National Standard Roo ng Contractor JL22235 LOCAL STREET PHOTOGRAPHER CAPTURES THE HUMANITY OF HOLLYWOOD by Jennifer Sandomir Hollywood is filled with charming locals and tourists who are affectionally referred to as Hollyweird by locals. Hollywoodbased street photographer Tom Olsen captures the humanity of these people and posts them on the Hollywood Gazette Facebook page each week. Each month Hollywood Gazette will feature one of the favorites from the page. Olsen looks for the quirky, fascinating characters that are often seen throughout the city. Ive been a street photographer for as long as I have memory both with and without a camera. Without a camera I began storing images and scenes I came upon which appealed to me in some way, something I continue to do to this day. Very early on I had no conscious recognition this would lead to anything in particular. I was simply content in that the experiences associated with my observations were pleasing and intriguing all at once, explains Olsen. This has led to an insatiable curiosity with peoples changing expressions as they go about day to day occupying the private space that surrounds them and the visible effects arising from the most subtle changes in their stature one moment to the next. The slightest movement of the eye, the position of a hand, a change in posture, all register in my mind with curiosity. I see the progression from one moment to another taking place in response to their connectedness with their private library of stored memories and images all the while precipitating a corresponding change in how they seem to occupy their private space. What are they thinking I wonder: Can I afford to put my child through school?.. Will I be prepared for my next corporate presentation or something as prosaic as Do I need to buy milk? Capturing their stories with respect requires confidence and empathy when approaching a subject all the while without turning the action into something contrived but rather spontaneous and in the moment. It takes practice, courage and a level of comfort to get close. When people are the subject there is no alternative to becoming immersed fully in their culture. This is the only way Ive discovered to establish trust. Like Hollywood Gazette on Facebook to receive these photos, news and updates on all things Hollywood. For more informatioin about Tom Olsen, visit www.cre8mephoto.com FEATURE 26

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Party with a Purpose set for Sept. 19th to benefit Hollywood Womens Club at the Swamp Bar Party with a Purpose (PWP) is a monthly networker/fundraiser sponsored by the Hollywood Gazette and hosted at venues located at Seminole Paradise. Each month, people network and support a different non-profit in the community. Augusts Party with a Purpose benefitted the Habitat for Humanity. The Swamp Bar generously served an abundance of appetizers and attendees enjoyed the cocktail specials. Entertainment was provided by Scott Evans of Scott Evans Productions. The next PWP is on Thursday, Sept. 19th at the Swamp Bar to benefit theHollywood Womens Club. Fifty percent of the $10 admission fee and all raffle proceeds are donated to the organization. The public is invited to attend. For more information or to RSVP, visit www.facebook.com/ pwphollywood. FOR GOODNESS SAKE PHOTOS BY MELISSA DONALDSON 28

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How Much Is Your Home Worth ...Really? When you list your home with me, I pay for a professional independent appraisal so we can eliminate the guessing game and play to WIN! Ask about my 29-day guarantee.Cindy AbrahamVoted Best Realtor In Hollywood, Florida 2011954.895.1617www.ATeamFlorida.comcindy@ateamorida.com Jennifer A. Sandomir PUBLISHER jennifer@hollywoodgazette.com Barbara Pellicano-Tisi ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR barbara@hollywoodgazette.com Dusty Garon | CREATIVE DIRECTOR dusty@hollywoodgazette.com Tracey Carswell | EVENT COORDINATOR tracey@hollywoodgazette.com Caron Conway | LEAD CORRESPONDENT caron@hollywoodgazette.com David Volz | CORRESPONDENT Sherry Thien | CALENDAR EDITOR Courtney Ortiz | COVER PHOTOGRAPHER www.courtneyortiz.com Tom Olsen | PHOTOGRAPHER Melissa Donaldson | EVENT PHOTOGRAPHER Denise Nieves | FINANCIAL CONTROLLER Southeast Offset (305) 623-7788 PRINTER Gilmore Associates DIRECT MAIL SERVICES Hollywood Gazette Copyright 2013. 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 mailed to 25,000 Hollywood residents with an additional 10,000 available at over 100 hightraffic locations throughout Hollywood, Florida. For more information, call 954-962-8180 or visit www.hollywoodgazette. com. EVENTS Families invited to free Alzheimers training workshops Sept. 16, 23 Broward County families are invited to attend free Alzheimers CARE training workshops that will be offered in recognition of World Alzheimers Month. The sessions will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on September 16 and September 23 at the Community Center at Fred Hunters in Hollywood. Developed by Home Instead Senior Care, the Alzheimers or Other Dementias CARE program incorporates an innovative, hands-on approach to help families deal with the difficult behavioral changes that often are associated with Alzheimers disease or other dementias. During the workshop, program experts will teach caregivers how to: Manage behaviors Encourage engagement Care for themselves while caring for their loved one To reserve a spot, call Home Instead Senior Care at 954-505-7957. 29

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ENTERTAINMENT Music legend Barry Gibb will perform an exclusive concert at the 40th Anniversary of the Love and Hope Ball on February 15, 2014. To be held at the Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa in Hollywood, Florida, this black-tie affair will also feature fabulous food, spectacular dcor, dancing and surprises! Treat your Valentine to an unforgettable evening and support the curefocused work of the Diabetes Research Institute (DRI) at the same time. For decades, Gibb and his wife, Linda, have served as Love and Hope International Chairmen, as well as honorary members of the DRI Foundations board of directors. Following in the steps of their parents, the Gibb children, Stephen and Gloria, Ashley and Therese, Travis and Stacey, Michael and Jenna, and Ali Gibb, pledged to continue the Gibb legacy. The cost to attend is $600 per person, and ticket sales will be available online soon. Visit www.DiabetesResearch.org/Love-andHope-Ball or call the DRI Foundation at 800.321.3437 for more information. Riff Rockit, one of the most popular performers in the growing musical genre called kindie rock is coming to South Florida for a special concert to benefit the Love Jen Cancer Fund of Joe DiMaggio Childrens Hospital Foundation. The high energy performance will take place at Revolution LIVE in Fort Lauderdale on Sunday, September 29 at 3:00pm. Evan Michael, a.k.a. Riff Rockit, headlines the band which entertains kids and their parents with inspiring songs and positive messages. Born and raised in Fort Lauderdale to musical parents, the singersongwriters love of music began at an early age. Evan was clapping to the beat on his first birthday and by age 10 was jamming on a six-string guitar. At age 15 he was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia and underwent intensive chemo treatments at Joe DiMaggio Childrens Hospital. His cancer went into remission. Two years later he relapsed and required a life-saving bone marrow transplant. Music was Evans way of coping during this dark and difficult time. When I was in the hospital the second time, music was virtually part of my treatment because I had to be isolated from people until my immune system got stronger. Thanks to the care and treatment Evan received at Joe DiMaggio Childrens Hospital, hes been cancer free since 2001. After this life altering experience, he made a conscious decision to follow his dream. He studied at Bostons prestigious Berklee College of Music and graduated in 2007. He now lives his passion and tours the country entertaining, inspiring, educating and uplifting children under the alter ego of Riff Rockit. My songs are educational rhymes for rocking good times. I just want to make music that makes kids happy and also teaches them a thing or two in the process, said Evan. Revolution LIVE generously donated the space to host the Riff Rockit performance. Funds raised from the concert will benefit the Love Jen Fund of Joe DiMaggio Childrens Hospital Foundation. Admission is only $10. Contact The Foundation office at (954) 2653454 or email jjohnstone@mhs.net for more information. Barry Gibb to perform at the Westin in Hollywood Feb. 2014 Former Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital patient/cancer survivor headlines Riff Rockit, benefit concert Sept. 29 Donna and George Zoley of Hollywood with Love and Hope International Chairmen Linda and Barry Gibb 30

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