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HOLLYWOODGAZETTE.COM VOL. XIII NO. 8 APRIL 2014 PRSRT STD ECRWSS US POSTAGE PAID PERMIT 1498 FT LAUD ,FL 3363 SHERIDAN ST. SUITE 209 HOLLYWOOD, FL 33021 LOCAL Postal Customer PHOTO BY COURTNEY ORTIZ | WWW.COURTNEYORTIZ.COM SUNSET GOLF COURSE PLANS ABANDONED P. 20 GREAT NEIGHBORHOODS CHALLENGE P. 25 gazette Do you LOVE your web site? Let us build a brand you LOVE. specializing in: start-ups non-profits rebranding publications 954-271-1131 www.JenniferAnnLove.com JE NNIF ER AN N L VE L VE Jennifer Ann Jennifer Ann JE NNIF ER AN N L VE JENNIFER ANN L VE JENNIFER ANN L VE JE NNIF ER AN N L VE L VE Jennifer Ann Jennifer Ann JE NNIF ER AN N L VE JENNIFER ANN L VE JENNIFER ANN L VE Hila Gaen CouNy Gae IniAte PAGES 12-13

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MUNICIPAL NEWS 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 A new residential and hotel facility will soon appear on the beach in Hollywood. During a recent meeting, the City Commission approved on first reading plans for the 460 foot tall Hyde Resort & Residences. The cost of the project is estimated at $240 million and it will feature 407 rooms and 40 stories. It will be located at 4111 South Ocean Drive on a 1.6 acre lot. Groundbreaking for the project is expected to take place during the summer and construction is expected to take 18 months. The building will likely be completed during the middle of 2016. The building will offer a slim appearance. Hyde Resort is an exciting new development on Hollywood Beach coming off the heels of a serious real estate recession, said Mayor Peter Bober. This is a positive reflection on our redevelopment efforts to improve the beach. Bober said the Hyde Resort will increase the citys tax base and improve the quality of residential units on the beach. It will also likely lift property values on the beach. I am a firm believer that we cant just go to the residents of Hollywood for general fund revenue. This will help fill the citys coffers with significant dollars. The project is expected to have many benefits for Hollywood. We are excited about its development. It is high end development that will bring a lot of jobs the City. It will generate more tax money for Hollywood. It is all positives as far as the City is concerned, said Joann Hussey, spokesperson for the City of Hollywood. Another major project in Hollywood is Costa Hollywood. This will be an upscale resort and retail shopping district, which is expected to be completed in 2015. Costa Hollywood will include 307 fully furnished studio, one and two bedroom units, a rooftop infinity pool, entertainment lounge, holistic space and gym and several shops and eateries in its Hollywood Beach Village complex and a synagogue and kosher deli. This condo-resort will be located at 777 North Ocean Drive (technically 342 Pierce Street). Prices will range from $220,000; studio, to $375,000 for a two bedroom unit, according to Hussey. The City of Hollywood is in the process of transitioning to a regional 911 system and implementing a phone routing system to handle nonemergency calls that used to come into the Hollywood communications center. When calling, the City of Hollywood non-emergency number, 954-967HELP (4357) users will hear a menu of departments from which to choose. After making a selection, callers will be linked to the appropriate department. Menu options include non-emergency police issues, public utilities, public works, parks and recreation, parking and building departments. Callers are reminded that if they need emergency assistance, to hang up and dial 911. Hollywood is fine-tuning this call routing system to assure those callers who require a non-emergency police response, can reach a call taker as quickly as possible, while after hours calls make it to the appropriate City department. This is part of a larger effort to regionalize the county emergency response system. In 2002, residents voted for a countywide emergency response system to address a fragmented system of emergency call processing and dispatching. As more people were using cell phones, a regional 911 system was found to be the best way to eliminate inefficiencies, reduce costs and to have a better emergency response because calls would not have to be transferred to many dispatch centers. Funding for the consolidation of 911 dispatch systems throughout Broward County was approved by the County Commission in 2013. The consolidation is underway and expected to be completed this year. Cities are working to unify 911 operations with Broward County and Hollywood is moving toward unification in June, according to Joann Hussey, spokesperson for Hollywood. Also, Mayor Peter Bober is expressing support for Chief Frank Fernandez. I think for someone who has been chief for eight months, he has accomplished a lot. More than 50 police officers have been hired in one year. He is employing a lot of technology and new equipment and he is working to restore more. I think he is doing a great job, said Bober. HYDE RESORT & RESIDENCES TO BREAK GROUND THIS SUMMER ON THE BEACH Hollywood consolidates 911 system with Broward County WANTED: Licensed engineer for the concrete restoration business Call 561-962-5123 BY DAVID VOLZ CORRESPONDENT dvolz@hollywoodgazette.com BY DAVID VOLZ CORRESPONDENT dvolz@hollywoodgazette.com 4

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Candlelight Procession Musical Presentation by 13th Army Band Florida National Guard Inter-faith PrayersSunday, May 25, 2014 7:30 pm 10:00 pmBoulevard Heights Community Center To RSVP or to include your hero on the Fallen Hero digital board, please email events@hollywoodfl.org by Monday, May 19, 2014. Please include your heros name, service branch, year of birth & year of passing. RSVPs are requested but not required for event attendance Want Younger, Healthier Legs? Hollywood & Weston..........954-965-4900 Aventura............................305-933-8465 Pembroke Pines................954-437-9116www.NoMoreUglyLegs.com FOR AN APPOINTMENT CALL:So why not call Dr. Fox and say good-bye to ugly legs?Susan Fox, DO, FSVM, RPVI,Board Certi ed in Vascular Medicine, Featured on Channel 10 News, is a pioneer in performing minimially invasive vein procedure. She has lectured extensively around the country on the treatment of varicose veins. WE TREAT Spider Veins Hand Veins Face Veins Venous Insuf ciency Varicose Veins Leg Edema WE PERFORM Sclerotherapy Phlebectomies Endovenous Laser Ablation Foam Clarivein Vein GoghAll done in the office in less than 30 minutes. Usually no scarring, no down time. Azalea Gardens | 1701 Mayo Street | Hollywood, Florida 33020 Ph: 954.921.5990 | Fax 954.921.8129 | Web: www.azaleagardens.net 2014 Timeless Life Care Family of Companies, ALF License #10106. Design by Chris SniderVA Assistance and Long Term Managed Care Accepted! Call Today (954) 921-5990Come visit Azalea Gardens Assisted Living Resort and discover a piece of paradise hidden away in Hollywood, FL that offers seniors a quality lifestyle, peace of mind, and compassionate care, all within a tranquil, tropical environment. Come and Discover the Assisted Living Community with a Resort Lifestyle!Thoughtfully selected Artwork Safe, Secure Gated Facility Shuttle Bus for Daily OutingsSpa Day and Walking Club Fully Furnished Suites Designer wood vinyl flooring 32 LCD Televisions in each suiteKoi Fish and Duck Pond HOLLYWOODSA S S I S T E D L I V I N G R E S O R T MOST ELEGANT Afternoon Social with Live Piano Music...Monthly Rates starting at $2,150W W W A Z A L E A G A R D E N S N E T 5

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GET LISTED! Visit HollywoodGazette.com more area happenings or to list yours. GOSEEDO WHATS HOT & HAPPENING IN HOLLYWOOD APRIL5EXHIBIT: FLORIDA INTERCULTURAL ACADEMYNoon-2 p.m., Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, 1650 Harrison St.Students show off their creations, led by instructor Nathan Eldred Banks.Information: 954-921-3274HOT TOPICS ARTIST SERIES: DAN FAUCI5-9 p.m., Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, 1650 Harrison St.Enjoy a discussion and Q&A with Dan Fauci, executive producer of web-based com edy television series Whole Day Down and former head of comedy development at Paramount Studios. Cost is $10; $5 for members, stu dents, teachers and seniors.Information: 954-921-3274TEMPLE BETH EL CASINO AND AUCTION7 p.m., Temple Beth El, 1351 S. 14th Ave.Enjoy a night of gaming as well as an auction, 50/50 rafe, and Brazilian BBQ. Cost is $75; includes $10 in chips, BBQ and a bar drink.Information: 954-920-82256FREE CONCERT AT THE NATURE CENTER3-4 p.m., Anne Kolb Nature Center, 1200 Sheridan St.The Music Club of Hollywood presents a classical, musical theater, jazz, and folk music variety show featuring local talent and students.Information: 954-357-5161 9EXPO ALFRESCO5-8 p.m., ArtsPark at Young Circle, 1 Young Circle Sample food and wine from 40 local eateries for $20. Kids under 10 can eat for free. A Kidz Korner will also be available.Information: 954-923-4000 or www.hollywoodchamber.org12SPRING MARSHMALLOW DROP2-6 p.m., Boulevard Heights Community Center, 6670 Gareld St.Enjoy entertainment, face painting, refreshments and, meet the Easter Bunny! All children must be accom panied by an adult. An egg hunt and games (ages 3 & under) start at 4:15 p.m. and the Marshmallow Drop (for ages 4-12) is at 5 p.m.Information: 954-921-3404ART INSTITUTE OF FORT LAUDERDALES ANNUAL ARTS FESTIVAL3-8 p.m., ArtsPark at Young Circle, 1 Young CircleThis annual event showcases the creativity of students, faculty, alumni and invited guests. This years festival benets ArtServe, a nonprot that supports the Broward County arts community with events, programs and services that help artists turn art into business. Admission is free. Information: 954-308-2370HOLLYWOOD WEST CONCERT SERIES7:30-9 p.m., Boulevard Heights Amphitheater, 6770 Gareld St.Enjoy a free show as part of the Hollywood West Concert Series.Information: 954-921-340414PASSOVER SEDER AND DINNER6 p.m., Temple Beth El, 1351 S. 14th Ave.Everyone is invited to join this Passover Seder and dinner. Information: 954-920-8225 CASTAWAY ISLANDOpen 9:30 a.m.-5:20 p.m. on weekends in April, and May 1-4 T.Y. (Topeekeegee Yugnee) Park, 3300 N. Park RoadThe park is open! Splash the month away at Castaway Island. Cost is $8 per person for the day, $5 after 3 p.m. The parks regular weekend/holiday gate fee of $1.50 per person applies (but no there is no fee for children 5 and younger). Find a kiddie pool, swimming lagoon with waterfall, funbrellas, concession stand and more. Coolers are now permitted in the aquatics area. Pizza deliveries are allowed for parties renting Funbrellas. Information: 954-357-8811 Fauci 6

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MOVIES & MUSICARTSPARK LIVE!8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, ArtsPark amphitheater, Hollywood Blvd. & U.S. 1FREE FRIDAY MOVIE NIGHTSApril 4: Despicable Me 2 PG April 11: Furry Vengeance PG April 18: Epic PG April 25: Spy Kids 4 PG SATURDAYSApril 26: Arts Park Live ArtsPark Live featur ing The Long Run (Eagles Tribute)Information: 954-921-3500HOLLYWOOD BEACH THEATRE MUSIC AND DANCING 7:30-9 p.m. Mondays-Wednesdays, Hollywood Beach Theatre, Johnson Street and the BroadwalkMONDAYSApril 7: Nat Kaye, dance music April 14: Andrea Garofalo, the Golden Voice April 21: Oscar Kay, international April 28: Poppy, dance music May 5: Bobby Kent, variety showTUESDAYSApril 8: Jaycee Driesen, vocalist/ standards April 15: Wayne L., Family fun show April 22: Billy Bones, sax jazz April 29: John Ricci, popular standards May 6: Party Express, dance/discoWEDNESDAYSApril 9: Simply the Best, Tina Turner tribute April 16: Driving Force, R&B, dance April 23: JD Danner, country April 30: Blues Therapy & JazzFRIDAYSApril 4: Dillard High School, jazz band April 11: Jay Blues Band, blues April 18: Jack Flash, classic rock April 25: Bobby Lee Rodgers, bluesSATURDAYSApril 5: Aces & Kings, classic rock April 12: Tommy Nehls, popular standards April 19: Stellas Basement, rock April 26: Cachi Velez, Salsa/LatinInformation: 954-921-3404ART EXHIBITS19D OWNTOWN ARTWALK 7-10 p.m., Harrison Street area Starts at 20th Avenue and Hollywood Blvd. at Anniversary Park.Information: 954-921-350025ANNUAL FUNTASTIC FRIDAY GOES GREEN5-8 p.m., ArtsPark at Young Circle, 1 Young CircleJoin the City of Hollywoods Green Team as they celebrate Earth Day and Arbor Day. Enjoy free family fun with a DJ, face painters, games, bounce houses, drumming, plant giveaways/ eco-exhibits and more.Information: MAY 1FRIENDS OF THE ANNE KOLB NATURE CENTER MEETING7 to 9 p.m., Anne Kolb Nature Center, 751 Sheridan St.Join this volunteer meeting for ages 13 and up.Information: 954-357-51612NIGHT HIKE BY THE SEASHORE7:30-8:30 p.m., Hollywood North Beach Park, 3601 N. Ocean DriveLearn techniques for observing creatures of the night and hike the beach and coastal areas. Cost is $5 per person and preregistration and prepayment are required. Information: 954-357-51613WEST LAKE PADDLING ECO TOUR9:30-11:30 a.m., West Lake Park, 1200 Sheridan St.See the ecology of West Lake Park from the paddling trails. For ages 12 and older. Cost is $35 per person, and preregistration and prepayment are required. Information: 954-357-51614MUSIC AT THE MANGROVE3-4 p.m., Anne Kolb Nature Center at West Lake Park, 751 Sheridan St.Enjoy a free concert provided by the Music Club of Hollywood. Information: 954-357-5161 ART AND CULTURE CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD10 a.m.-5 p.m., Tuesday-Friday, and Noon-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 1650 Harrison St.Agustina Woodgate: Rugs Sewn rugs from stuffed toy animals. Johnny Robles: Recreation Familiar objects that trigger emotion.Juan Erman Gonzalez: Over My Rainbow A mixed-media focus on migration, exile, and displacement. Toni Mena: Accumulations Studies of texture, form, color and more.Information: 954-921-3274ARTSPARK GALLERYNoon-6 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays, Visual Arts Building Gallery, ArtsParkHollywood Academy of Arts & Science Student Exhibition. Information: 954-921-3500HOLLYWOOD CITY HALL8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday, 2600 Hollywood Blvd.Renee Falsetto: Abstracts in acrylic, oil and mixed media. Charles Gibson: Color explosion.Information: 954-921-3500 HARD ROCK LIVE!Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, 1 Seminole Way April 18: Steve Aoki with Kate LaneApril 19: Fantasy Dreams-Asian Music ShowApril 26: Rob ThomasApril 30: Avenged Sevenfold-Shepherd of Fire TourMay 2: Carlos SantanaMay 4: Jason Bonhams Led Zeppelin ExperienceShow times: 954-797-5531FORT LAUDERDALE IMPROV5700 Seminole Way April 3-6: Huggy LowdownApril 10, 17: Marvin DixonApril 10-12: Sabastian ManiscalcoApril 16: Comedy Open MicApril 18: Steve-OApril 24-27: Greg FitzsimmonsApril 30: Comedy Open MicMay 1-4: Gary OwenShow times: 954-981-5653 6 DREAM CAR CLASSIC CAR SHOW 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Hollywood Boulevard between 19th & 20th Avenue This free event features dozens of classic cars, trucks and other vehicles. Special appear ance by Genevieve Chappell, The Queen of Cars. Also takes place May 4. Information: 954-924-2980 7

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Found from Website PDF (Recreate PMS) The Market Place Hunan Wok Hiro Maru Sushi Shop N Save Dr. Justine Chen Optometrist Sheridan Dry Cleaners Dr. Richard Topolski EZ Care Pharmacy N. Park Rd. O.F. Jewelers Bagels & More Emerald Hills Animal Hospital Number One Nails South Broward Tag Agency Skylake Insurance Apple ER ( 954) 367-5455 Beltone (954) 963-1934 Coldwell Banker (954) 963-1600 Cool Cuts 4 Kids (954) 983-5437 Dr. Justine Chen, Optometrist (954) 962-6627 Dr. Richard Topolski, Dentist (954) 963-6668 Emerald Hills Animal Hospital (954) 983-2300 EZ Care Pharmacy (954) 981-0614 First Service Realty (954) 963-4808 Kumon Math & Reading (954) 963-2774 Number One Nails (954) 989-3092 Quest Diagnostics (954) 281-3500 S. Broward Tag Agency (954) 889-0265 Sheridan Dry Cleaners (954)964-8824 Skylake Insurance (954) 965-6233 Sun West ( 954) SUN-WEST The UPS Store (954) 963-2222 Valley Bank (954) 962-2265 Xanadu (954) 983-0100 Available for Lease Dining Sheridan Street A Nose for Clothes (954) 963-0030 AT&T (954) 894-2926 Crown Wine & Spirits (954) 987-9463 Hollywood Collectibles & Frame Shop(954) 986-0707 Kitchen Ave (954) 589-5785 O.F. Jewelers (954) 965-0200 Shop-N-Save Retail Space for Lease Available! Everything you need at one place in Hollywood! Services Apple ER Bagels & More (954) 981-0656 DLites Ice Cream (954) 961-7007 Grande Pizza (954) 251-2533 Hiro Maru Sushi (954)987-1388 Hunan Wok (954) 241-0054 Levys Kosher (954) 983-2825 Shenanigans (954)981-9702 Starbucks (954) 894-3863 The Market Place (954) 963-3880 Tijuana Flats (954) 987-5509 Yogurtland (954) 987-3412 WWW.SHENANIGANSEASTSIDEPUB.COM | WWW.SHENANIGANSSPORTSPUB.COM Eastside Pub: 1300 S. FEDERAL HWY. 954-923-3008 Sports Pub: 3303 SHERIDAN ST. 954-981-9702 WATCH IT ALL HERE! YOUR NBA & UFC HEADQUARTERS Private & Business Mailbox Rentals now Available with a Real Street Address! 3389 Sheridan St. 954-963-2222 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 SHIPPING When you ship 2 packages OFF SHIPPING When you ship 3 packages 3 MONTHS FREE for all yearly mailbox rentals New customers only. EXP. 4/30/14 Kitchen Ave NOW OPEN! NEW! Hollywood Collectibles & Frame Shop European Wax Center COMING SOON 8

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A Nose for Clothes (954) 963-0030 AT&T (954) 894-2926 Crown Wine & Spirits (954) 987-9463 Hollywood Collectibles & Frame Shop(954) 986-0707 Kitchen Ave (954) 589-5785 O.F. Jewelers (954) 965-0200 Shop-N-Save 954-926-2510 ext. 23 www.FIRMRealty.com | Robin@FIRMRealty.com Park Sheridan West 3359 Sheridan St. Park Sheridan Plaza Shopping Center 3301-3357 Sheridan St. Harrison Executive Centre Emerald Lake Plaza 3107 Stirling Road Radius Sun Trust Building Sheridan Executive Centre 3475 Sheridan Street University Plaza Retail Center 2001 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD, SUITE #206 HOLLYWOOD We at FIRM Realty are proud of our 40-year history in Hollywood. Over the years, we have developed more than one million square feet of real 9

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The patient and/or any other person responsible for payment have the right to refuse pay, cancel a payment, or be reimbursed for any other service, examination, or treatment which is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free, discounted fee service, examination or treatment. Fees quoted are minimum fees only. Offer includes your hygiene visit and a complimentary home-care kit with instructions. Offer does not include periodontal (gum) therapy. (4910, 4341) Offer good for new patients. Patient must have an exam to qualify for the offer above. rfntbOffer includes your exam, a consultation, necessary x-rays and an oral cancer screening. Offer good for new patients. bnrbrrrReceive a no-cost, no-commitment opinion on your dental condition. Its a great way to meet our uniquely caring team!brnbr brrbrffntb r ADVERTORIAL BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT By Dusty Garon | Business Correspondent e goal of modern dentistry is to restore the normal form, function and aesthetics of the teeth. Each year, millions of Americans su er tooth loss primarily due to tooth decay, gingivitis (gum disease), or injury. For decades, the only treatment options available for people with missing teeth were bridges and dentures. Luckily today, advances in dental technology present another option: dental implants. When a patient has removable dentures they can only chew about 50% of what they could chew with normal teeth, explains Dr. Hans Sperling of Dental Care Center of Hollywood, % of the patients with removable teeth say they eat better without the partials or dentures in their mouth. If you restore their mouth with dental implants and anchor those partials or dentures, that helps tremendously with the way that they are able to chew. ere are numerous advantages to replacing teeth with dental implants. Studies have shown that patients that are able to chew their food properly are able to better absorb vitamins and minerals from their food, resulting in a 30% decrease in medication needed to maintain health. e inability to chew properly has a direct correlation to chronic illnesses. Another key bene t to the use of dental implants is to prevent loss of bone. Once you lose function in some part of your body, it leads to atrophy, says Dr. Sperling, the same thing happens in the mouth, so as the bones start to atrophy, the appearance becomes di erent. To be able to restore that function with implants is a tremendous service for the patients. Not to mention the psychological health improvements of the patient by restoring proper function again. Implants also virtually eliminate the need to use any adhesives or creams to hold the dentures place, which are for the most part toxic. Dental implants can restore from one missing tooth up to a whole mouth full of teeth. With modern technology, dental implants are placed in an easy and predictable way with options available to suit the individuals needs such as conventional implants and miniature implants. The procedure to place dental using local anesthesia. Conventional root form dental implants have been performed since the 197Os but it is until recently, due to the simplicity of the procedure and its predictability that it has become the standard of care in Dentistry. As more and more people are becoming aware of the advantages of dental implants, more people are getting them done, with more success stories. It is unfortunate that a lot of patients have unwarranted fears about dentistry. Dental implants can really improve the persons quality of life. Patient, Zoraida S. says, I broke a back tooth which had to extracted and an implant had to be placed. During the period of the process, I would arrive at the For more information on Dental Implants, call 954-989-5500 or visit www.dentalcentero ollywood.comDental Implants can improve the patients quality of life 10

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DOWNTOWN BUSINESS By Caron Conway | Lead Correspondent Honey Cat Vintage, a boutique offering unique vintage apparel and accessories in Downtown Hollywood, has been recognized as one of Broward Countys Must See shopping spots by BUST Magazine, a national publication that presents a female perspective on pop culture. I was definitely excited and astonished, said Honey Cat Vintage owner Dania Santana, whose charming shop is featured in the February/March issue of BUST. It just made me feel that Im doing something thats starting to bear fruit. Santana said shes received a warm and positive reception from the public as well since opening Honey Cat Vintage at 1896 Polk St. in November 2012. I get a lot of repeat customers. Everybody seems to like the shop, she said. Its been a really good experience thus far. Santana hand-picks her timeless, one-of-a-kind vintage pieces with a keen eye to quality, design and glamour. The boutiques selection includes womens garments, purses, belts, hats, shoes and jewelry, as a well as some furniture and home goods. Santana enjoys sharing her love of vintage apparel and accessories, selecting exquisite pieces for her boutique that exude timelessness and style and cannot be found in other stores. I absolutely value the way women in past eras would always look their best, even when their world was falling apart and/or the country was at war. I really admire that, she said. And through Honey Cat Vintage, Im giving these pieces a new life. People are able to enjoy them again. Santana said her boutique has found its ideal home in the historic downtown arts, music and entertainment district, with its homey feel, interesting architecture, and abundance of music and art offerings at the nearby ArtsPark at Young Circle and throughout the district. There is so much happening in Downtown Hollywood, and Im happy to be a part of it, said Santana, who also lives in the downtown district. Everybody here is so willing to help out, and I feel like Im really part of the community. I love it here. Honey Cat Vintage is open from noon to 8 p.m. daily except Mondays. For more information, call 954-281-2383 or visit http://honeycatvintage.com. You dont have to join the military to reap the fitness benefits of boot camp. T.Y. (Topeekeegee Yugnee) Park and MAG Fitness now offer Boot Camp Fitness Classes, for ages 12 to 60, in the open field across from the park office. Lose body fat and gain lean body mass while having fun. The classes help strengthen the heart and are suitable for all levels of ability. The schedule is 4 to 5 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Sundays, and 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. on Saturdays. The cost is $60 per month. WHERE: T.Y. Park 3300 N. Park Rd., Hollywood, FL 954-357-8811 WHEN: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Sundays, 4-5 p.m. Saturdays, 8:30-9:30 a.m. WHO: For ages 12-60. HOW: Fee: $60/month. The parks regular gate entrance fee of $1.50/person is also in effect on Saturdays and Sundays. For further information, call MAG Fitness at 786440-1790 or the park at 954-357-8811. T.Y. is accessible via Broward County Transit Routes #12 and #16. Downtown Hollywoods Truu Salon will participate in a Global Cut-A-Thon and Beyond on Monday, April 7, 2014. They will be offering $25 haircuts and $25 blowdrys. Truu Salon encourages all to bring a guest to the event to help Aveda reach their goal of $6 million. Funds raised by Truu Salon will benefit The Everglades Foundation a local charity that is dedicated to protecting and restoring Americas Everglades. Through the advancement of scientifically sound and achievable solutions, the Foundation seeks to reverse the damage inflicted on the ecosystem and provide policymakers and the public with an honest and credible resource to help guide decision-making on complex restoration issues. Truu Salon has set a fundraising goal of $2000 and will host APPOINTMENTS FOR CLEAN WATER throughout April. Aveda professionals in more than 30 countries have collectively raised more than $32 million for in support of Earth Month since the campaigns inception in 1999. We believe that good business is responsible business, says Truu Salon owner David Levy It is so gratifying to participate in a program like Aveda Earth Month that allows us to participate in a global initiative that directly benefits the community where we live and work. Social responsibility has been a pillar of the Aveda ethos since the brands founding in 1978, says Lisa Wilson. Aveda professionals are living proof that beauty and environment are connected their passion for Earth Month and achievements are truly remarkable. Truu Salon specializes in Avedas signature haircuts, hair color and conditioning treatments and was recently was named to the SALON TODAY 200 by SALON TODAY magazine, the top business publication for salon and spa owners. Call (954) 639-7798 to book your Appointment for the Earth today or visit http://www.TruuSalon.com for more information. Hollywood, Florida becomming a destination location for TV and film production Downtown Hollywoods Honey Cat Vintage recognized as Must See Shop T.Y. Park now offers Boot Camp fitness classes Truu Salon to participate in Avedas Appointments for Clean Water global hair cut-a-thon to support Earth Month By David Volz | Correspondent Hollywood is developing a reputation as a place where television shows and movies are made. It offers many beautiful locations, hotels, local crews, vendors and one stop permitting. When portions of films are shot in Hollywood, there is a positive economic impact as many are able to gain employment in the film industry. When filming is done here, it gets the name of Hollywood out there and exposes people to the City, said Joann Hussey, spokesperson for Hollywood. Recently, a film starring James Belushi, Virginia Madsen, and Gloria Estefan was shooting in Hollywood. The working title of the film is called A Change of Heart. Belushi plays a grumpy curmudgeon who needs a heart transplant. Once he receives the heart transplant, his life changes in unexpected ways. This film is still in production. TNT Network selected Hollywood as the location to shoot an unscripted series Wake U Call with Dwayne The Rock Johnson. Wake Up Call features Johnson lending a helping hand to everyday people who are facing enormous challenge in their lives. Residents are encouraged to look for an appearance by Hollywood Fire Rescue & Beach Safety Lieutenant Diana Deabreu. FX Network shot their television pilot Hoke in the Park East neighborhood of Hollywood. Hoke is a dark comedy-drama starring Paul Giamatti, and is based on former Miami Herald book reviewer Charles Willefords series of novels. If the series is picked up it will feature Giamatti as a homicide detective in what is being described as pre-chic Miami in 1985. 11

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OlLwOD EsINtS TaR CoMNY ArD A group of residents have come together and developed the Highland Gardens Neighborhood Community Garden. They are growing vegetables on property located on the 2300 block of Adams Street between Dixie Highway and 24th Avenue on land owned by the City of Hollywood. The Garden takes up roughly one quarter acre of a 6.8 acre City owned parcel of land. The City of Hollywood is allowing people to garden there on a temporary basis. Members of the Garden movement, now more than 120 people would like to expand the Garden because it is almost full. The City of Hollywood is hoping that the property where the garden is now located can be developed as a residential area. The group also wants to create a garden in the Washington Park, Liberia and Hollywood Gardens West neighborhoods. Currently the City of Hollywood is writing a citywide garden policy. Until this policy is in place, no new community gardens or expansion of current gardens can take place. The City is interested in having more gardens, it is just that at this time we want to have a policy in place before we move forward, said Joann Hussey, spokesperson for Hollywood. The City of Hollywood does pay the water bill for the property and the public works department has provided mulch. Currently the Department of Community and Economic Development for Hollywood is in the process writing a citywide garden policy that would cover the locations, maintenance, appearance and the size of gardens. It will cover items such as signs, how plans will be delineated and overall rules and regulations for gardens. Maria Jackson, the manager of the Garden is pleased with how it is progressing. I would like to see continued support until a developer breaks ground. We have an agreement with the city that it will be allowed. Then the local gardeners will be able to move to a more permanent garden. We hope the City will consider a developer who will want green space in the development which would allow for continued gardening, said Jackson. A wide variety of vegetables are grown including sweet potatoes, papaya, pineapples, tomatoes, okra, yucca, bananas, plantains, parsley, egg plants, beans, cucumbers, onions, squash and other vegetables. This garden benefits Hollywood residents in a number of ways. It gives them a recreational activity, an opportunity to learn how other people are growing plants and gives them an opportunity to grow their own vegetables. This garden brings a network of people together who have a common interest in growing healthy foods and share what they grow. When you belong to the garden you are connected to other people who have a similar interest, said Jackson. And it creates a general sense of community. Many individuals involved enjoy working together including local Izunome Association church members. People who are coming and going to the garden see what else is taking place in the neighborhood and may help stop negative activities such as drug dealing or dumping garbage, said Jackson. Romilson Candido, a minister of Izunome said about 40 people from his congregation are involved in the garden. Our purpose is to encourage all our members and people from the community to do home gardening. People go to this garden, learn and become inspired. Many people have never done gardening. They learn how to use dirt and dried leaves and lots of love to grow crops. This is the growing technique that was taught to us by our master Mokithi Okada, said Candido. Vice Mayor Patricia Asseff said she is favor of the community garden. I love the garden and I think they could be more successful and really make it a nice community garden. They will have to apply for grant money. Maybe they could get an operator who knows how to farm. I would like to see them get established properly, said Asseff. The Hollywood Gardens West Civic Association is in the beginning stages of starting their own garden. This would be another way to bring the community together to be empowered and solve local problems together. It is going beatify our neighborhood. It is consistent with a sustainable future, said the associations president Idelma Quintana. For additional information about the Highland Gardens Community Garden initiative, call Maria Jackson at 786-357-2197. COVER STORY PHOTOS BY COURTNEY ORTIZ WWW.COURTNEYORTIZ.COM BY DAVID VOLZ CORRESPONDENT dvolz@hollywoodgazette.com 12

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We would like to see a community garden in each of the six Hollywood districts. Community gardens help people understand where their food is coming from, gets people outdoors and helps them gain an appreciation of the environment. It provides an opportunity for the older generation to share their knowledge with the younger people coming up. In addition to finding land for the gardens, we need to find more people like Maria Jackson who have a passion for community gardens and can serve as the advocate for each of these district community gardens Barry Faske, Chair of the Hollywood Green Team Advisory Committee. wOD LE T SeE cOUnI gAEN iN HE IbEA NGhBHOr. T WfLd LW rEnDeNt tO bRoW Nd RvEn tHR Ow cRS wHH WfLd LoW HeM O SE ME MEY tH iF HeY bO T ThE bRoCY SREn. -Henry Grahm, Director of Liberia Economic and Social Development, Inc. Do you LOVE your web site? Let us build a brand you LOVE. specializing in: start-ups non-profits rebranding 954-271-1131 www.JenniferAnnLove.com JE NNIF ER AN N L VE L VE Jennifer Ann Jennifer Ann JE NNIF ER AN N L VE JENNIFER ANN L VE JENNIFER ANN L VE JE NNIF ER AN N L VE L VE Jennifer Ann Jennifer Ann JE NNIF ER AN N L VE JENNIFER ANN L VE JENNIFER ANN L VE 13

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BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT By Caron Conway Lead Correspondent Longtime Hollywood attorney Stanley G. Swiderski, P.A. has not only practiced law for the past three decades but has invested in the local community through his civic involvement and longstanding relationships with his clients. Swiderski has more than 30 years of experience assisting clients with personal injury cases, family law cases, wills, probate, trusts and estates, and he prides himself on his successful track record and attention to his clients needs. Ive had families that Ive represented for decades, said Swiderski, who has built his Downtown Hollywood practice at 1930 Tyler St. almost exclusively through word of mouth. Swiderskis firm has been predominantly based in Hollywood, where he has served for several years on the Citys Civil Service Board and is a member of the Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce as well as the Broward County Bar Association. This is my hometown, said the New Jersey native, who moved to Dania Beach as a youngster in 1971 and later graduated from South Broward High School. He pursued his undergraduate studies at Miami Dade College and then at Florida International University before earning his law degree from Nova Southeastern University, working his way through school the entire time. While hes handled hundreds of cases involving family law, wills, probate, trusts and estates, the primary focus of Swiderskis practice is personal injury cases. With a keen understanding that an unforeseen injury can cause confusion, frustration, pain and financial burden to the injured party as well as family members, Swiderski is committed to guiding his clients through the legal process and putting their minds at ease knowing their case is in the hands of a knowledgeable attorney they can trust. This process involves dealing with insurance companies that employ tactics to quickly settle a case at the lowest possible amount. This can result in unpaid medical bills, lost wages and other expenses that in turn become the injured partys full responsibility which is why it is crucial to hire a reputable, experienced attorney who will aggressively fight for his clients rights. Our firm is well-known to these insurance companies, and we will not let them diminish your claim and damages, Swiderski stressed. We prepare your case and invest our time and money upfront at no cost. If we are unsuccessful in obtaining a settlement, the client pays us nothing. We don't get paid until the client gets paid. Swiderski said there are definite advantages to choosing a sole law practice. My practice is not like a mill. With some large firms, the purpose is to get as many clients as possible. You call and sometimes get an answering machine or a paralegal, Swiderski said. When you call my firm, you can talk to me. Swiderski said his background gives him a unique advantage in effectively handling his clients legal matters. What I have to offer as an attorney practicing in the city of Hollywood is being involved in the community for 30 years and developing strong personal relationships over all those years, he said. Prospective clients can learn about their legal rights at no cost through a quick and confidential case evaluation. For more information, call Stanley G. Swiderski, P.A. at 954-966-0700 or visit www.swiderskilaw. com. My practice is not like a mill. With some large firms, the purpose is to get as many clients as possible. You call and sometimes get an answering machine or a paralegal. When you call my firm, you can talk to me.ADVERTORIAL Local attorney offers personal service to clients; civic service to community for over 30 years On Saturday, April 5, the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood will unveil Paper, an exhibition of sculptures, photos, and framed works by student artists in grades 3 through 8 at Florida Intercultural Academy in Davie. Under the direction of art instructor Nathan Eldred Banks, Florida Intercultural Academy students utilized paper in a plethora of ways. It was glued, ripped, painted on and painted with; it was used to create houses, stairs, bridges, and castles, as well as birds, beasts, and teacher portraits. It was the schools source material and lens through which to view, explore, witness, and understand the fundamental elements and principles of art. An artist reception is Saturday, April 5 from noon to 2 p.m., and the artworks are on view through Thursday, April 24 in the Centers upstairs Student Gallery space, located at 1650 Harrison St. The Student Gallery space is supported in part by BBX Capital Foundation. All public and private school teachers in Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties are invited to exhibit student artwork during the school year using the Centers state-of-the-art display system. Applications are approved on a first-come, first-serve basis and exhibition slots are limited. For an application and more information, please call 954.921.3274 or visit ArtAndCultureCenter.org. Florida Intercultural Academy Student exhibition opens Saturday, April 5 at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood WANTED:LICENSED ENGINEER FOR THE CONCRETE RESTORATION BUSINESS CALL 561-962-5123 14

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ART & CULTURE Gallery 2014 celebrates one year of bringing light and art to Harrison Street By Daniela Roeder | Business Correspondent Gallery 2014 is celebrating one year of bringing light and art to Harrison Street on March 29th. Hollywood native and life long resident, Elizabeth Sanjuan, knew that her passion for the arts would eventually bene t the Hollywood community. Over the years Elizabeth nurtured her passion for photography alongside her banker-turned-artist husband, Ken Brown. eir passion sparked the idea of opening a little studio to display their own art. However, during a year-long assignment in Hong Kong in 2012, the couple found their interest in art and in the art gallery business getting stronger, and they resolved to open a real gallery when they returned to Hollywood. e search for this gallery began, leading to their current location on Harrison Street. With a much larger location than they originally had in mind, the couple returned in 2013 to the challenge of getting the 5,000 square foot Gallery 2014 ready for its opening by the end of March 2013. By opening day, Gallery 2014 had a full retinue of 15 artists, an inventory of over 100 works of art, and a mission dedicated to bringing a ordable art and opportunity to the greater Hollywood community. We are dedicated to emerging artists who have limited exposure explains Ken Brown, we want to help the local artist, whether they are young or old, immigrants or long time residents. Gallery 2014 displays all styles of art, including sculptures and paintings, providing art that is a ordable and of good quality. While it isnt possible to represent every deserving artist, Elizabeth and Ken have tried to accommodate as many artists as they possibly can, since they understand the importance of exposure and gallery representation to new artists. Not only do they help their artists by displaying their art, but they also try to teach them how to be successful as artist business people while not letting go of their artistic passion. Gallery 2014 also takes an active role in educating the community in art appreciation. Last year, the gallery participated in International World Peace Day and Slow Art Day with special events. Slow Art Day will be celebrated again this year on April 12th, where the public will be invited to take the time to really examine and understand pieces of artwork on display in the gallery, and to join in a group discussion of their impressions over lunch. Gallery 2014 also looks forward to providing opportunities for student artists in the future. In cooperation with local museums and art teachers, Gallery 2014 hopes to sponsor twice-yearly student exhibitions to provide young artists with an opportunity to sell their work in a gallery setting. e gallery has already been working with local programs to o er internship and art as business educational opportunities to students. Last year, Gallery 2014 granted $20,000 in art education scholarships to students in South Florida to attend programs at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood and the Museum of Art Ft. Lauderdale. Elizabeth and Ken are great believers in the value of art education as a part of student development.. Both of them know how important it is to keep the dreams of young artists alive. In addition to their dedication to student art education through Gallery 2014, Elizabeth also shares her expertise by being a member of the Downtown Hollywood Mural Committee and the Expo Alfresco Art Committee. Ken has been a long-time board member of the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood and the Museum of Art Ft. Lauderdale. Gallery 2014 is located at 2014 Harrison Street in Downtown Hollywood. Hours are by appointment or open Tuesdays through Fridays from 2-7 p.m., Saturdays from 2-8:30p.m., and closed Sundays and Mondays. For more information, visit www.gallery2014.com or call 954-505-3291. 15

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ART & CULTURE Art and Culture Center of Hollywood presents four new exhibits through May 25 On Saturday, March 29, works by Agustina Woodgate, Johnny Robles, Juan Erman Gonzalez, and Tony Mena go on display at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood. The artists reception for these four exhibitions will be held on Friday, March 28 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Center. This reception is free for members and $10 for nonmembers. Donation bar and light refreshments will be served. These exhibitions will be shown through Sunday, May 25. Agustina Woodgate: Rugs is funded in part by a grant from Funding Arts Broward. Presented together for the first time in a solo exhibition, Agustina Woodgates Rugs series displays hand-sewn rugs made from recycled stuffed animal skins. The process starts with the artist accumulating these castaside personal objects, which had formerly been lovingly held by their previous owners. The rugs not only reference the personal histories of the toys owners, but investigate the rug as an object organizing and displaying memories and lineages. In Eastern cultures, the rug centralizes the living space in pattern, operating beyond utility to depict the spiritual and mental world in woven form. Woodgate is particularly drawn to the specific meanings in the arrangement of rug designs and how different histories of the rug represent stories of the past and ways of tracing archetypes in physical and material forms. In Recreation, Miami-based artist Johnny Robles presents a new body of work that repurposes familiar objects that now occupy a nostalgic, yet mystifying space in the memories of adults to trigger poignant emotional responses. He invites viewers to revisit the infinite, imperceptible world of childhood, and challenges them to re-define its context in the present. Juan Erman Gonzalezs Over My Rainbow is a mixed-media installation consisting of a variety of works that continue his thematic concentration on migration, transculturism, exile, and displacement. Using utilitarian methodologies such as assemblage, cut paper, ceramics, and sewing, and utilizing post production, recycled, and donated goods, Gonzalez will take us through Ozlandia and his personal permutations, observations, and adaptations throughout the trip. Toni Menas Accumulations series transforms the most common day-to-day objects found in the Salvadoran landscape, such as the typical beach sandals known as yinas or chancletas. These works are tropicalized ready-made versions. His process consists of selecting and collecting these sandals at river deltas on the Salvadoran seacoast. Then, in the studio, all these collected materials are cut, washed, classified, combined, organized, and assembled by nailing and gluing. The resulting pieces are formal studies of material, texture, form, color, and composition. In addition to these exhibitions, Gustavo Matamoros semi-permanent site-specific sound piece Poem (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. Gallery hours are Tuesday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday-Sunday, noon to 4 p.m. Free parking is available at the Center, which is located at 1650 Harrison St. General admission to the Centers galleries is $7 for adults; $4 for students, seniors, and children ages 4 to 17; and free to Center members as well as children under the age of 4. For more information on these exhibitions, please call 954.921.3274 or visit ArtAndCultureCenter.org. Agustina Woodgate, Milky Ways, 2013, stuffed animal skins, 18 x 11 ft., courtesy Spinello Projects. r f n r f n t b b t b b f r r f r r t b r 19

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BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT By Caron Conway Lead Correspondent Longtime Hollywood attorney Stanley G. Swiderski, P.A. has not only practiced law for the past three decades but has invested in the local community through his civic involvement and longstanding relationships with his clients. Swiderski has more than 30 years of experience assisting clients with personal injury cases, family law cases, wills, probate, trusts and estates, and he prides himself on his successful track record and attention to his clients needs. Ive had families that Ive represented for decades, said Swiderski, who has built his Downtown Hollywood practice at 1930 Tyler St. almost exclusively through word of mouth. Swiderskis firm has been predominantly based in Hollywood, where he has served for several years on the Citys Civil Service Board and is a member of the Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce as well as the Broward County Bar Association. This is my hometown, said the New Jersey native, who moved to Dania Beach as a youngster in 1971 and later graduated from South Broward High School. He pursued his undergraduate studies at Miami Dade College and then at Florida International University before earning his law degree from Nova Southeastern University, working his way through school the entire time. While hes handled hundreds of cases involving family law, wills, probate, trusts and estates, the primary focus of Swiderskis practice is personal injury cases. With a keen understanding that an unforeseen injury can cause confusion, frustration, pain and financial burden to the injured party as well as family members, Swiderski is committed to guiding his clients through the legal process and putting their minds at ease knowing their case is in the hands of a knowledgeable attorney they can trust. This process involves dealing with insurance companies that employ tactics to quickly settle a case at the lowest possible amount. This can result in unpaid medical bills, lost wages and other expenses that in turn become the injured partys full responsibility which is why it is crucial to hire a reputable, experienced attorney who will aggressively fight for his clients rights. Our firm is well-known to these insurance companies, and we will not let them diminish your claim and damages, Swiderski stressed. We prepare your case and invest our time and money upfront at no cost. If we are unsuccessful in obtaining a settlement, the client pays us nothing. We don't get paid until the client gets paid. Swiderski said there are definite advantages to choosing a sole law practice. My practice is not like a mill. With some large firms, the purpose is to get as many clients as possible. You call and sometimes get an answering machine or a paralegal, Swiderski said. When you call my firm, you can talk to me. Swiderski said his background gives him a unique advantage in effectively handling his clients legal matters. What I have to offer as an attorney practicing in the city of Hollywood is being involved in the community for 30 years and developing strong personal relationships over all those years, he said. Prospective clients can learn about their legal rights at no cost through a quick and confidential case evaluation. For more information, call Stanley G. Swiderski, P.A. at 954-966-0700 or visit www.swiderskilaw. com. My practice is not like a mill. With some large firms, the purpose is to get as many clients as possible. You call and sometimes get an answering machine or a paralegal. When you call my firm, you can talk to me.ADVERTORIAL Local attorney offers personal service to clients; civic service to community for over 30 years On Saturday, April 5, the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood will unveil Paper, an exhibition of sculptures, photos, and framed works by student artists in grades 3 through 8 at Florida Intercultural Academy in Davie. Under the direction of art instructor Nathan Eldred Banks, Florida Intercultural Academy students utilized paper in a plethora of ways. It was glued, ripped, painted on and painted with; it was used to create houses, stairs, bridges, and castles, as well as birds, beasts, and teacher portraits. It was the schools source material and lens through which to view, explore, witness, and understand the fundamental elements and principles of art. An artist reception is Saturday, April 5 from noon to 2 p.m., and the artworks are on view through Thursday, April 24 in the Centers upstairs Student Gallery space, located at 1650 Harrison St. The Student Gallery space is supported in part by BBX Capital Foundation. All public and private school teachers in Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties are invited to exhibit student artwork during the school year using the Centers state-of-the-art display system. Applications are approved on a first-come, first-serve basis and exhibition slots are limited. For an application and more information, please call 954.921.3274 or visit ArtAndCultureCenter.org. Florida Intercultural Academy Student exhibition opens Saturday, April 5 at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood WANTED:LICENSED ENGINEER FOR THE CONCRETE RESTORATION BUSINESS CALL 561-962-5123 14

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NEWS FROM THE GREATER HOLLYWOOD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Scenes From Our Recent Breakfast Meeting FRIDAY, APRIL 4 Good Morning Hollywood Breakfast Meeting 7:30 a.m. Orangebrook Golf & Country Club 400 Entrada Drive, Hollywood $15 members in advance online/$20 members at the door/$25 future members TUESDAY, APRIL 8 Healthcare Industry Group 8 to 9:15 a.m. Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce 330 N. Federal Highway, Hollywood Free for members WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9 Hollywoods Expo Alfresco 5 to 8 p.m. Hollywoods ArtsPark at Young Circle $20/Children under 10 are free FRIDAY, APRIL 11 Membership Orientation 7:30 to 8:45 a.m. Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce 330 N. Federal Highway, Hollywood Free for members/$10 non-members WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16 Real Estate, Construction and Home Alliance 12 to 1 p.m. Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce 330 N. Federal Highway, Hollywood Free to members THURSDAY, APRIL 17 Tourism & Entertainment Industry Group 2:45 to 4:15 p.m. Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce 330 N. Federal Highway, Hollywood Free to members THURSDAY, APRIL 24 W.O.M.E.Ns Luncheon 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Memorial Regional Hospital South 3600 Washington Street, Hollywood Topic: Fifty Shades of You! Hear from industry experts on how to expand your possibilities, dollars and wardrobe so you can build the confidence to dare and make an excellent first impression! Price: $20 members; $30 non-members Registration required for all events. Call 954.923.4000 or register online for any of these events at www.hollywoodchamber.org. Chamber of Commerce Upcoming Events Apollo Middle School was host to the chambers March Good Morning Hollywood Breakfast Meeting, which featured former NFL player and McArthur High School Alumni Errict Rhett as keynote speaker and The Salvation Army as sponsor. We hope you enjoy these photos from the breakfast, courtesy of Anton Hahna of Elegant Photographics. 22

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Welcome New Chamber Members NEWS FROM THE GREATER HOLLYWOOD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Auto Source of America Holly Wright | 954.270.3987 www.yourautosourceusa.com New and used car leasing and buying service of all makes and models Don Bailey Flooring Michael Callaghan | 954.963.4186 www.donbaileyflooring.com Family owned and operated for 37 years with experience in all types of flooring from carpet to the newest laminates, hardwoods and tiles Ginger Bay Caf Sharon Jones | 954.923.1230 A taste of the Caribbean, serving authentic dishes with live Reggae music regularly HCT Certified Public Accountants and Consultants, LLC Harvey Roderick | 954.966.4435 www.hct-cpa.com Experienced in all matters of accounting and taxation, IRS problem resolution, estates and trusts, business formation, financial planning and investment, real estate and business sales John P. Goshgarian, PA John Goshgarian | 954.843.9503 www.johngoshgarianlaw.com Proudly serving clients with professionalism and dedication Masters Medical, Inc. Austin Josephs | 954.474.2210 www.mastersglobal.com A global specialty healthcare company with a heritage of over 29 years working with manufacturers, hospitals, pharmacists, governments and patients with the singular objective of improving lives through patient access Organo Gold Gourmet, Healthy Coffees and Teas Craig Glover | 954.681.2209 www.james-gloverenterprises.myorganogold.com On a mission to help people improve their lives by reaching new levels of wellness, wealth and balance PharmaMed Global Distributors Julian Lopera | 954.282.9860 www.pharmamed.us Medical and pharmaceutical distributors committed to providing quality service to the community with a reputation as an honest and reliable business Scarletts Cabaret Macy John | 954.455.8318 Upscale adult entertainment nightclub State Contracting & Engineering Corp. Lazaro Villar | 954.923.4747 www.statecontracting.com Offering customers a broad range of construction services in markets that include commercial building, transportation, civil, institutional and sustainable construction Sun & Moon George Remington | 954.925.8111 www.sunandmoonhollywood.com Trendy womens fashion boutique featuring shoes, lingerie, bikinis, hosiery, corsets, jewelry and accessories Susan B. Anthony Recovery Center Muhammad Siddiqi | 954.733.6068 www.susanbanthonycenter.org Comprehensive nonprofit organization serving women and children, removing barriers, building healthy coping skills, providing guidance and counseling to stop the cycle of family dysfunction Viesel Fuel Sandra Poeppel | 772.781.4300 www.vieselfuel.com Biodiesel made from used frying or cooking oil collected from hundreds of local businesses in Florida Vita Sana & More LLC Martha Nino | 954.367.2187 www.vsmapparel.com Specialty and custom t-shirts for groups, functions and fun Voodoo BBQ Joe SloBoda | 954.987.9165 www.voodoobbq.com/hollywood The sound, soul and taste of BBQ New Orleans style with slow smoked meats, made from scratch sides and Louisiana legends like gumbo, jambalaya and rice and beans Attend 19 th Annual Hollywoods Expo Alfresco on April 9 th The Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce invites everyone to attend the Ultimate Food, Wine and Tradeshow Experience Hollywoods 19th Annual Expo Alfresco! It all takes place on Wednesday, April 9th from 5 to 8 p.m. at Hollywoods ArtsPark at Young Circle (where Hollywood Boulevard meets Federal Highway). One of the communitys most anticipated yearly events, Hollywoods Expo Alfresco showcases more than 100 booths representing South Floridas finest eateries and businesses attracting 3,000 plus attendees! Buy a ticket and youll enjoy dozens of free food samplings from some of the Hollywood areas most popular restaurants. Italian, Mexican, Asian, European, American, Cajun you name it and youll likely find it among Expo Alfrescos global assortment of tastetesting opportunities. Guests can also taste selected wines from around the world thanks to Hollywood Discount Liquor and Wine. While the food tasting is a big draw for older Expo Alfresco guests, its the Kidz Corner courtesy of Muzart Creative Art Studio sponsored by Billys Stone Crab Restaurant & Market that holds the attention of the younger generation. Your kids will love the interactive cooking booth, drum circle, games and live art show. And theres plenty of entertainment for grown-ups, too, including a wide variety of musical performances, dance exhibitions, celebrity appearances and even line dancing. And back by popular demand is the Firehouse Cookoff Showdown, an event that pits some of Browards most accomplished firehouse chefs against one another to compete for the prestigious 2014 Firehouse of the Year Cup. Those agencies that have already registered to compete include the Broward Sheriffs Office, City of Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue, City of Hollywood Fire Rescue, City of Miami and the Hallandale Beach Fire Department. While youre eating, drinking, dancing and playing, take time out to visit the dozens of business displays that define the true nature of Hollywoods Expo Alfresco as well as our new Art Corner, which will feature the colorful artwork of local artists! Its a great opportunity to learn more about local businesses and what they have to offer you and your family. To-date, the following organizations have partnered with the Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce to sponsor this event: Hollywood Gazette, Waste Pro, Hollywood Discount Liquor and Wine, Muzart Creative Art Studio, South Florida SunTimes, Hollywood CRA, Billys Stone Crab, Memorial Healthcare System, Kindred Hospital of Hollywood, The Pressroom and Color Reflections. Tickets to Hollywoods Expo Alfresco can be purchased for $20 per person (children 10 and under are free) at the chamber offices, located at 330 N. Federal Highway in Hollywood. Sponsorship and exhibit opportunities are also available. Call 954.923.4000 for more information. The Firehouse Cook-Off Showdown is just one of Expo Alfrescos many entertainment opportunities. Participating Eateries To-Date Over the Top Catering Boston Johnnys Ginos Italian Market Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen DiSalvos Pizza GGs Waterfront Grill Gigis Music Caf Ginger Bay Caf Jakes on the Beach Perrones Cucina Italiana Pincho Factory Pita Pockets Rivals Waterfront Sports Grille at the Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa Taco Beach Shack Tardes Calendas Bar Restaurant Il Posto Ristorante Mama Mia Italian Restorante Sals Ristorante Elements Bistro at the Crowne Plaza Hollywood Beach Sweet Tomatoes Popcorn Zone Sebastianos Restaurant Voodoo BBQ Sheridan Technical Center Culinary Arts The Taco Spot Pachamamma Peruvian Restaurant Novae Gourmet, Inc. BC Caf Brio Tuscan Grill 23

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In keeping with its commitment to improve and beautify the local community it serves, South Florida real estate development firm Fautz Associates donated new solar powered trash compactors to two Hollywood, Florida schools. Fautz Associates united with Attucks Middle School and Bethune Elementary and sponsored an ecofriendly art contest to help students gain a better understanding of the importance of recycling, advantages of harnessing renewable energy and maintaining a green campus. A variety of drawings from students at both schools were selected and will be enlarged, then permanently wrapped around the exterior of each BigBelly, a combination solarintelligent trash compactor and recycling station. Enhancing the quality of life within the community where we live and work is our core philosophy. The goals for this project are to promote artistic achievement, encourage lifelong environmental conservation practices and inspire students to take personal responsibility by instilling a sense of pride, said Robert Fautz, CEO, Fautz Associates. The BigBelly not only collects waste and recyclable products, it also leverages the power of renewable solar energy and utilizes information technology. High-tech SmartBelly components allow users to access real-time data from any computer or smartphone and monitor capacity levels. Each school will be empowered with knowledge to manage just-in-time collection, saving manpower and fuel, while ensuring there are no overflow issues. The double wide, 50 gallon units are 5 feet high by 2.65 feet wide and retail for $4,240 each. Our students are participating in Broward Countys Conservation and Climate Change Challenge so this was a perfect opportunity to showcase their talented creations, said Nicole Kasuboske, Science Coach, Attucks Middle School. We are grateful to Fautz Associates for their generous donation which allows us to display our students artwork, while teaching valuable lessons about conservation. Student Artwork to Adorn Solar Powered Trash Compactors Fautz Associates Donates New Eco-Friendly Units to Hollywood Schools 24

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By David Volz The Hollywood Great Neighborhoods Challenge II begins on April 1 and runs until July 31. Starting on April 1, property owners can submit an entry form with a photo showing the property in its current condition prior to improvements. Then they have 120 days to make improvements to their home or business property. After submitting a photo, the property owners can get to work and make those improvements. The improvements must be visible from the public right of way. They can paint, pressure wash, improve landscaping and lighting. They can repair their driveway, fix sidewalks, paint their front door, remove chain link fencing, remove invasive trees and remove junk. Also, they can install windows, fix the roof and install or repair awnings. The Great Neighborhoods Challenge II is a collaborative effort between the City of Hollywood, residents and business owners with an interest in working together to make all Hollywood neighborhoods better, said Joann Hussey, spokesperson for Hollywood. The last time the Challenge took place more than 250 properties participated and it spurred dramatic and positive change in Hollywood. The City wants to get more people involved to make a bigger difference. The last Great Neighborhood Challenge started in 2011 and ended in 2012 and was considered a positive program. The winner for the North Central neighborhood was Robert and Kristy Crawford. They performed extensive work on their property including pressure cleaning the sidewalk and driveway, creating a new private walkway, repainting the door, placing potted plants at the front door, installing a new decorative door and garage, painting the driveway, replacing the mailbox, pruning hedges, repainting the exterior, repairing fascia and trim, installing new windows, creating new plant beds, mulching the yard and other improvements. This is great. It encourages people to fix up their homes. We were happy to win first place, said Kristy Crawford. This time there will be 17 Civic and Neighborhood Associations participating. There will also be a category of businesses and the city-wide at large category for neighborhoods with fewer than 25 properties participating. If a neighborhood has fewer than 25 participants those property owners are part of the at large category. There will be a first, second and third place winner in each neighborhood. There will also be honorable mention. Each first place winner will receive $2,500, second place, $1,000 and third place, $500. The honorable mention winners will receive a $100 gift card. There will be up to five honorable mentions in each neighborhood. The top three neighborhoods will win a $25,000 Neighborhood Improvement Grant. Public space winners will meet with city architects to go over the design for improvements that members of the neighborhood want. This could include new benches, sidewalk or new cabanas. It will be a $25,000 project. On May 3, the City of Hollywood will hold a Great Neighborhoods Challenge II a design event and plant sale. That is 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at David Park Community Center at 108 North 33rd Court. Residents will be able to purchase plants for discounted prices. There will be architects and landscape designers and authorities in the field of home improvement. The same activity will take place on June 7 at the David Park Community Center, according to Hussey. Jean Morford, president of the Lawn Acres Civic Association served as the chairperson of the 2012 Great Neighborhoods Challenge for Lawn Acres. I feel that the Challenge serves as a stimulus for people to activate their curb appeal plans, she said. There is now a reason to get on with a project which has been waiting on the drawing board. It is fun to compete for a cash prize. Neighbors were encouraged to help each other and collaborate when possible. We had a group of volunteers, which included children, who spruced up the exterior of an elderly couples house so that they could be a part of the Great Neighborhoods Challenge. The Challenge promotes the spirit of community throughout the City of Hollywood, said Morford. For people who want to enter the contest, go to www.hollywoodfl.org/ gncII. Great Neighborhoods Challenge will improve Hollywood one block at a time NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS 25

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SCHOOL NEWS Jacob Herzek, a Hollywood resident and recent graduate of the Shepard Broad Law Center at Nova Southeastern University, has been named the recipient of the 2013-2014 Kaye Bender Rembaum Scholarship, sponsored by the South Florida community association law firm Kaye Bender Rembaum, with offices in Pompano Beach and Palm Beach Gardens. Jacobs outstanding academic accomplishments demonstrate he has the potential to become a future leader in the South Florida legal community and is well-deserving of this recognition, said Robert L. Kaye, Esq., managing member of Kaye Bender Rembaum. To be eligible for the $2,500 Scholarship, which is granted annually by the Firm, a student must be a second or third year full-time or fourth year evening student at Nova Southeastern who is in good standing with a grade point average above a 3.3, demonstrate community involvement and have prepared an essay on a topic relating to community association law. Over the years, Kaye Bender Rembaum has provided scholarship support to Nova Southeastern University law students and hired our graduates, said Elena Langan, Interim Dean of the Shepard Broad Law Center at Nova Southeastern University. The contribution of this Firm to the continued success of our students and alumni is a great compliment because it recognizes the quality of the educational opportunities at the Shepard Broad Law Center and our students accomplishments. Kaye Bender Rembaum Names Scholarship Recipient at Nova Southeastern University; Student from Hollywood awarded $2,500 By David Volz | Correspondent Sheridan Technical Center will open an online high school next year. A ninth grade class will enter in the fall and a grade will be added each year. Sheridan Technical School is based in Hollywood but the online students will attend classes in Fort Lauderdale. The high school will be part of the Sheridan Technical Center. The high school students will receive instruction via the Internet but will be supervised by certified teachers. During the first year, students will take Algebra I or a higher math, computing for college and a course in life management skills, according to Bob Beogli, principal of Sheridan Technical Center. Then the students will take courses on vocational areas such as automotive technology, culinary arts, court reporting, accounting and many other fields. Initially the students will go to the Sheridan Technical Center to take vocational courses, but eventually the courses will be brought to them. Cars will be brought to the high school campus for students in automotive technology. The first classes for the online high school will begin in the fall, according to Beogli. The official name of the new online technical high school will be Sheridan Technical High School. For more information contact: Lynn Goldman at Lynn.Goldman@ browardschools.com or (754) 321-5728. Sheridan Technical Center will soon have an online high school 27

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Hollywood Diagnostics also offers a full range of diagnostic testing including: MRIs, CT Scans, PET Scans, Xrays, Ultrasounds, Mammograms, Bone Density Scans, EKGs and Breast Biopsies Serving the community since 1984 4224 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywod, FL 33021954-966-9044www.carearoundtheclock.net HOLLYWOOD DIAGNOSTICS Urgent Care Center Now Open!Fractures Vaccines Simple Lacerations Abdominal Pain Abscesses & Skin Infections Neck & Back Pain Flu & Upper Respiratory Infections Toothaches Headaches & Migraines Non-Cardiac Chest Pain Diane Johnson Ansel joins growing Hollywood Beach law firm Account director at Westin Diplomat earns one of 31 CMP-HC designations worldwide Elizabeth Winstanley, a sales account director at The Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa in Hollywood, Florida has recently earned the Convention Industry Councils CMP-HC Designation, the only hotelier to currently be honored with this recognition. The CMP-HC designation is a certification program specially developed for those working in the healthcare meeting industry. Designed to identify those who have mastered the knowledge needed to be a successful healthcare meeting professional, this is a subspecialty of the Certified Meetings Professional program meaning only those who hold a current CMP certification are eligible to receive the recognition. Those who have the CMP-HC designation demonstrate that they know the subset of regulations, laws, and best practices specific to healthcare meetings. This distinction is the first of its kind and is only held by 31 people in the world. Voted Best Law Firm in Hollywood by Hollywood Gazette readers and Most Effective Lawyer by Daily Business Review, the Hollywood Beach law firm Ansel & Miller specializing in personal injury and wrongful death has grown tremendously over the past few years. Eric Ansel recently announced the addition of Diane Johnson Ansel to the team. Ill be the office manager and Im also Erics wife, said Ansel. Im very sad to leave my current job. I work for the best Orthopedic surgeon, but the firm is so busy and no one is going to care more than me. Ansel & Miller is located at 601 S. Ocean Drive Hollywood, FL 33019. For more information, call (954) 9229100. Cobra Joe Productions proudly presents our celebrity guest for our Sunday, April 6, 2014 "Dream Car Classic"event in Downtown Hollywood.Get it in gear and cruise on down to enjoy an open car show for all muscle cars, trucks, sports cars, hot rods, classics and customs. Enjoy a fun family day with your favorite, DJ Rockin Rich Bedford and much more!Cobra Joe Productions is South Floridas premier auto show, events, and live entertainment promoter. WWW.COBRAJOEPRODUCTIONS.COM954-825-1027 OR 863-899-4751 For more information on upcoming car shows and events, visit our website at www.cobrajoeproductions.com. Dream Car Classic at Downtown Hollywood upcoming of each month from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Top 30 Awards & Best of Show Trophies Diane Johnson Ansel Winstanley LOCAL BUSINESS 28

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