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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com delray beach www.DelrayPineapple.com Your Downtown Delray Beach Community Newspaper JULY 2012The Pineapple HYATT PLACE SET TO OPEN DOORS IN EARLY AUGUST DELRAY BEACH, FL Kolter Group, LLC is within weeks of opening its third Hyatt Place hotel, the Hyatt Place Delray Beach, located in the heart of the Pineapple Grove Arts District. We are close to opening our doors in this great city of Delray Beach, said Hotel General Manager David Cuadra. The Hyatt Place concept has been well received by not only the city of Delray Beach and our neighbors but also by the many business and leisure travelers that frequent this area. We are so excited to bring this dynamic hotel to such a great location in Palm Beach County and look forward to offering our travelers something new and fresh in Delray Beach. The all new hotel will boast the following features and amenities: sleeper with dedicated work station. a variety of fresh fruits, hot and cold cereal, hot breakfast sandwiches, wafes, pancakes, yogurt, breads, premium coffee and an assortment of juices. entrees. coffee, premium beers, wines and cocktails. The hotel is currently accepting reservations for bookings or inquiries or visit HyattPlaceDelrayBeach.com. Delray Beach Independence Day festivities include a sand sculpture contest, parades, live entertainment, music, food and a spectacular reworks display.HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY! The City of Delray Beach Parks & Recreation Department invited the public to the grand opening of the newly remodeled cutting ceremony, the American Little League Baseball Program The project included a complete renovation of the concession stand, bathrooms, storage areas, and ofces as well as new expanded public meeting space and the press box with a new ADA compliant elevator for access to the second oor. Funding provided by the City of Delray Beach and the Delray Beach contributed by Palm Beach County from a previous bond issue. new clay inelds, public address system, dugout improvements, and some furnishing for the ofces and meeting room. Completion of the concession stand marks the nal phase of the enhancements to the recreation center including remodeling the efcient lighting for all the baseball elds and tennis courts. participate in activities of all Kinds. Pompey Park was named and is currently home to the American Little League Baseball and the Delray Rocks Youth Football and Cheerleading programs. View a photo of ribbon cutting Page 6POMPEY PARK CONCESSION STAND GRAND OPENING Final phase of renovations funded in cooperative effort THE BOSS IN DELRAYExhibit kicks off at the Pop Culture Vault Gallery the Michael Ochs Archive, as well as rare images from Petruccio are included in the exhibit. The highlight of this exhibit is the world premier of the in concert. What makes this collection so signicant is that Denenberg did not have any press passes, special front row access, or backstage passes. He took literally thousands of shots from a pure fans prospective. Allowed printed on his tickets, Double Guest Room Continued on page 7 Workspace
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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com to live with host families and attend school. City of Delray Beach and participating in the local historically signicant gardens, temples and shrines and met with city ofcials while establishing a cultural understanding and link to The students (six from Atlantic Community Lakhia, Phoebe Wiener, and Danielle Zaros. Prior to their trip, the students met with city ofcials here in Delray Beach to gain a better understanding of the city. They also learned learned about spreading the importance of cultural understanding and acceptance. George later donated his land to Palm Beach County and today it is home to The Morikami friendship and understanding between the by encouraging cultural, youth, athletic and economic exchanges.Students return from Sister Cities International Cultural Exchange ProgramStudents returned to Delray Beach on June 17th from their Sister Cities International Student Exchange Program in Miyazu, Japan. Music highlights 4th of July party and its bigger than ever, as Bostons on the Festival. will showcase such celebrated blues artists as the legendary Bobby Rush, Tommy Castro and the Painkillers with special guest Magic Dick, popular practitioners of blues, R&B, soul and roadhouse rock. Back handling hosting duties for the festival is local blues icon Famous Frank Ward, the guitar sensation and lead vocalist for The Nucklebusters. Famous Frank is also the host of Bostons on the Beachs popular Blue Tuesdays, which presents a diverse lineup of national artists traveling through south Florida and special guests. tradition for performers and music lovers alike, said Mark DeAtley, General Manager of Bostons on the Beach. The spirit and energy entertain gives the festival an exciting vibe all its own. Whether you love soulful, heartfelt vocals, sessions, theres truly something for everyone. We are also thrilled to be able to help our limited availability. For those who plan on going pass, commemorative Red, White & Blues For more information on the Red, White & Blues Festival, visit www.bostonsbluefest.com INFO & EVENT SCHEDULE and live music in the Bostons tradition! Rain or shine. Friday with Pitbull of Blues, and a Blue Tuesday jam! Saturday and Sunday parking lot, along with live music at the new Monday Mooney, straight from New Orleans for an Tuesday wind up Blue Tuesday with Yo Mamas Big Fat Booty Band. Wednesday display in the evening, compliments of the City of Delray Beach, and the closing show inside on Third Annual Bostons on the Beach Red, White & Blues Festival
www.DelrayPineapple.com The Delray Beach Pineapple Museum and the Boca Raton Pioneer Club are joining forces with the Delray Beach Historical accessible back issues of the Delray Beach Raton News and the Pelican, Boca Ratons But much of Boca Ratons historic people, places, and events are captured in the pages of Delray Beachs old hometown paper, the Delray Beach News. The News microlm, and original copies of the DBN. the paper is not text searchable or OCR limits access to the paper. Together the three agencies hope to make all of the Delray Beach News text searchable. The Boca Raton Pioneer Newspaper Fund a donation in the amount of text searchable project. Archivist Dottie Patterson of the Delray amount will fund the searchability of the years of the paper, since they document the rise and fall of the Florida land boom, when Raton on the map and Delray Beach grew into a resort destination. Patterson comments, As archivist of appreciate the help of the Pioneer Club and searchable will be a wonderful resource for all researchers of local history. The three agencies welcome donations to this important project. To nd out more or help fund the Delray Beach News preservation and HISTORIC NEWSPAPER PROJECT A GROUP EFFORTBoca Raton Historical Society & Museum, Delray Beach Historical Society, and Boca Raton Pioneer Club help fundThe City of Delray Beach Parks and Rec reation Department has boat storage spaces available on the north end of the beach for sixty sailboats. The existing permit holders will be Before you purchase a permit, your boat beach.com to set up an appointment. which includes sales tax, and can be made by cants must show proof of boat ownership by providing a bill of sale. One permit per per son, per family, will be sold. All boats must exhibit a properly attached and valid City permit by Wednesday, Novem beach at the boat owners expense (i.e., towing For further information, contact Gail mydelraybeach.com.Mary Csar, Executive Director of the Boca Raton Historical Society & Museum accepts a check in the amount of $2,000 from Arlene Owens and Jolene Janes of the Boca Raton Pioneer Club to assist with the preservation of and access to historic issues of the Delray Beach News. PROFESSIONAL CARE : DELUXE SHIRT L AUND ERINGMens & Ladies Tailoring & AlterationsPICKUP and DELIVERY SAME DAY SERVICEAll work done in our plant Environmentally Friendly Processes No chemical smellsH O URS: Monday-F riday 7:30am-5:30pm S aturday 8am-1pm Closed S undays e Los 185 NE 4th Ave. Ste. 103 Delray Beach561firstname.lastname@example.org P INEAPP LE GRO VE CLEANERS 20% Odry cleaning onlywith this ad exp. 7/31/12 SAILBOAT BEACH STORAGE AVAILABLECity wants feedback on newly designed websitePost comments on City Hall forumThe City of Delray Beachs newly designed website, www.mydelraybeach.com, is designed to make it easier than ever for residents, businesses and visitors to communicate functionality and enhanced user friendly features provide useful information and easy all that the City has to offer, this new site will also serve as an engine to promote economic development within the community. The City is very interested in your comments regarding the new website. Give your feedback by visiting www.mydelraybeach. com and selecting Open City Hall in the Quick Link Box on the right hand side of the home page or by clicking on the following link: www. For more information, contact the Public
The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com Delray Beach vies for 3rd All-American City title with innovative new reading programDelray Beach, after submitting a comprehensive plan to increase the number of children reading at grade level by the end of third grade has been chosen as a nalist for year by the National Civic League. The plan, created by a coalition of community leaders that included civic educators, and City representatives, was Were honored to be a part of the National Civic Leagues nationwide conversation about school students are not reading at grade level said Mayor Woodie McDufe. Were hoping that through a unied community effort, we in the Campaign for Grade Level Reading Community Network that are adopting a collective impact strategy, engaging the full income children from birth through third grade. focus is on three key strategies: Ensuring children arrive in kindergarten prepared to succeed, improving attendance levels and increasing educational opportunities during the summer months schools make great communities, said Lula grade level reading initiative we are condent we can help to ensure that more and more of our students are prepared for a bright future ahead. Among steps included in Delray Campaign, which rewards good school Clergy communication strategy to encourage translation committee to help schools improve communication with parents. process to help identify our challenges and bring our community together to collectively nd solutions, Butler said. Becoming a that were striving to be. Representatives from Delray Beach, the winners will be announced. For more information, contact the mydelraybeach.com.Free compost for city residentsThe City of Delray Beach is offering free compost to its residents, available for pickup at the Delray Beach Memorial Gardens The free compost offered by the City, which consists of yard waste (wood chips, be available at the cemetery from Tuesday Please bring your own shovel and container. For more information, contact the City of Whitey found in Dade, Broward and Palm Beach CountiesThe whitey, a small winged insect that causes extensive damage to a variety of plants, has been found in Dade, Broward and Palm are experiencing infestation from these pests that feed on the underside of leaves, causing them to turn yellow and fall. The City of Delray Beach is proactive in its approach to whitey control and remains vigilant in protecting our parks from these insects. Plants and trees in public areas that show signs of infestation are being treated and staff will To learn more about the whitey and how you can protect your property, visit Palm Beach Countys Whitey Task Force Delray Blazers pass Ballers for titlePompey Parks home boys basketball recently in Fort Pierce. Coach Kevin Huggins saw his team upend and Tyrique Young.Delray Beach selected as 2012 Member City of the Year by the Palm Beach County League of Cities The City of Delray Beach has been Accepting the award at PBCLCs Annual Tom Carney, City Manager David Harden and Assistant City Manager Robert Barcinski. The PBCLC Member City of the Year award is presented to cities that consistently provide exceptional municipal services to its residents, businesses and visitors. As a result, the PBCLC identied and referenced the City of Delray Beachs community neighborhood projects, innovative programs and awards that help to enhance the quality of life within the City and continue to make Delray Beach a great place to live, work and play. during the award presentation by the PBCLCs Executive Director, Richard Radcliffe include: Award from the Florida League of Cities. compactors, electric vehicle charging stations, energy efcient retrots and lighting, recycling innovative cost savings programs, including by the Citys Finance Department that has led to signicant annual cost and environmental Reading Campaign, which works to promote learning and reading to the children of Delray Beach The Palm Beach County League of our City provides as well as the innovative initiatives we have undertaken, stated to represent the City and our community in receiving this prestigious award.Notice to water system customers of the City of Delray BeachTo ensure that the Citys drinking water Federal water quality requirements, the City is required to implement preventive measures that are safe and approved by the Florida Department result, the City is preparing to begin its water distribution line enhanced disinfection program The Citys routine maintenance program free chlorine as the primary disinfectant. During this preventive maintenance activity, water customers may notice an increased chlorine odor and taste in their tap water. This is a normal occurrence and will cause no adverse health effects. During this time period, customers with special needs should be aware of potential problems with their equipment and systems owners of tropical sh aquariums and holding tanks for sh and shellsh (i.e., this temporary change in the disinfection process may be toxic to aquatic life if not properly addressed. Any such side effects will diminish when the City reverts to the normal The City will also ush re hydrants during this period as part of the enhanced disinfection procedure. Customers may notice owing water in streets and swales, discoloration of their tap water. This is a safe and normal occurrence during this process notice ushing activities in your immediate area, please refrain from using laundry machines until activities have ceased. Help celebrate 10th anniversary of Delrays United State of FitnessLong before much of Pineapple Grove Fitness opened their doors for business. Owing to the success of their business savvy and tness The facility is planning a whole host of fun things to celebrate mark, as well as honoring every member who has been with them with a Free Companion Membership or with Free Personal Training. They are also upgrading the cosmetic facilities and recently purchased all new ellipticals equipment. Plans call for updating treadmills next month. For more info or to check out your unitedstateoftness.com. pineapple slices Community Improvement Director Lula Butler was part of a community coalition that drafted a new reading program for at-risk students. Photo by Gene Fisher
www.DelrayPineapple.com The Delray Beach Pineapple Summer Artists Series kick offDELRAY BEACH, Fla. Preservation Generation, a young networking and service group that supports history, nature and preservation in Delray Beach, House in Delray Beach May exhibit arranged by Delray Beach on the comics, writers, and artists who lived in the Delray Beach Artists and Writers guests, including Delray Beach Mayor Nelson Woodie McDufe and Commissioner Tom Carney, came out for the evening and House was interesting and a lot of fun, said Dottie Patterson, Delray Beach Historical is the material on the Artists & Writers Colony. friends who are enthusiastic about Delray Beach history. Attendees enjoyed cocktails and hors House gardens and natural swimming pool by General Manager Marco Pistella. Preservation Generation has two more Beach Preservation Trust. About Preservation Generation: Preservation Generation is a networking to generate excitement about Delray Beachs and to support history, nature and preservation Beach Preservation Trust. Past events have included Happy History Hours at historic hotspots in Delray Beach as well as volunteer activities. For more information, visit www. preservationgeneration.org.Jett Freider, Kurt Lehmann, and Laura SimonPreservation Generation raises over $600 for Delray Beach Historical Society Amanda Herrick and Clayton Peart C a day on the beach and a wide array of entertaining activities from morning til night! Festivities include a sand sculpture contest, parades, live entertainment, music, food and a spectacular reworks display. It all happens on and near the beach at the intersection of A1A and Atlantic Avenue. 8:00amnoon hosted by Rotary noontime on the beach. Free to enter! For more information, visit www. julyfourthdelraybeach.com. There will also 2:30pm 2:30:00pm Review and The Funkabilly Playboys 3:00:00pm wall, bungee jump trampoline and a water wheel. 3:00:00pm green screen video tent, caricaturist, ceramic painting tent, and face painters! 4:00:00pm Feast and drink at the Food Court and Beer Garden presented by Bostons On the Beach and Caffe Luna Rosa! MAIN STAGE CONTESTS 3:00pm Contest 4:00pm Eating contest MAIN STAGE MUSIC 5:30:45pm Featuring Big City Blues Band 8:50pm Pledge of Allegiance and 9:00pm Fireworks shot from the beach facing south. 7:00:30pm reception in the Penthouse of the Marriott Hotel with food, drinks and the best view in of spots are available. To purchase tickets, call City Commissioners Angeleta Gray and Al Jacquet join other city ofcials to ofcially open the new Pompey Park concession stand
The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com Delray celebrates its mango culture!What started as neighborly competition turned into a celebration in full bloom on mango tasting, arts, and history. Lisa Quillian could have never imagined the excitement that came out of planning neighborhood was a thriving mango orchard in the mid century. When Quillian started delving into the history, the event grew got her in touch with the founding fathers of Delrays Mangos. The Zill family. Walter Zill decided to join in the fun as a celebrity guest. He brought samples and stories of many varieties of mangos, and even one named Wally (the one he convinced his father treasures like the original selling homes in the rst completed residential neighborhood in Delray, Osceola Park. Further excitement that ripened at the last minute was a mango inspired painting Palm Beach. A local tiki signologist, Race Russo, made signs that celebrated mangos like Go Man Go or The Mango Maa lives in Osceola Park. Neighbors cheered for the Tastiest Mango winner and the Biggest Mango winner while others dined on pot luck mango recipes. Kids enjoyed homemade mango ice cream as well as enjoying mango bowling and A Sharon Koskoff painting sold at the Live Auction for the Mango FestivalDenenberg has documented his saga with Bruce and the band with an unbelievable selection of images taken urging to get his massive collection of negatives out of the basement and into is proud to bring his vision to life. of the Denenberg Collection will open on East Atlantic in downtown Delray Beach. Admission to the opening is free and fans Denenberg will be on hand at the gallery to meet with fans and talk about Tour to promote their newest release, Wrecking Ball. For more information, visit www. popculturevault.com.SPRINGSTEEN continued from page 1 Remembering hired by the Pineapple Grove Arts Nolan of GreenMarket fame, who was stepping down as our administrator. gregarious personality who was looking to get involved, and thought Pineapple Grove would be a perfect t. the responsibilities and possibilities of her new job, a new executive board was being formed. Having gotten her feet wet and learning this new board, and did she ever! updates on projects or administration work that needed to get done only to get wasnt long before my name was changed The ofce was not only Pineapple everywhere. Her life was intertwined with everything she was doing, with passion and dedication. mainstay of the board, forever present in our district, talking to merchants and anyone willing to listen about the attributes together numerous events (usually with and social gatherings promoting the Grove. At the end of the day she would often say, Hey Boss, lets get a beer at OConnors and talk about stuff. We were friends. our Administrator, but gained her passions as a member of our executive board (she vital part of Pineapple Groves success. tongue cancer. An irony not lost on her surgeries and treatments, which seem to weight loss and hair loss as opportunities looking forward and scofng at those with negative thoughts. of support at a fundraiser (at OConnors replied, You have already, thats why they are here. We both teared up. care at Bethesda Hospital. The last time an unconscious state and not responding. personality that she was. After spending dont want that as a lasting memory. A few minutes later, that voice, that whisper, that feeling we have inside, opened her eyes and with a smile starred head and said we all love you too. The Boss, the friend, the admirerOur Friend SueSue brought so much joy in so many ways Like a warm radiant sun that brightened the days. Her beauty, her confidence her spirit so strong All shined from within like a wonderful song. Her talent and grace all the gifts that Sue shared With faith and with wisdom the way she so cared. Suzy-q will be missed because right from the start She filled us with joy and put smiles in our hearts. Rachel Village StrollDelray Municipal BeachDelray Municipal Beach is one of the most accessible and beautiful beaches in South Florida. It was selected by Travel Holiday magazine as the top public beach in the southeastern United States for swimming and one of the top 35 beaches in the country. Sand quality, water warmed by the gulf stream current, and safe waves were all cited as factors contributing to their choice of Delray Municipal Beach. The history of the Municipal Beach began before the beginning of the last century. Sarah Gleason Park is named for a visionary local landowner, who, in 1871, sold the land along the ocean with deed restrictions identifying what is now the municipal beach. The Ocean Rescue Division designates specic use areas on the Municipal Beach for swimming, surng, volleyball, sailing, wind surng, snorkeling, with two recreational areas for kite ying, Frisbees, paddleball, etc. The Municipal Beach has ve parks with parking areas for automobiles in addition to parallel parking along Ocean Blvd. The City of Delray Beach contracts with a beach cleaning service and a cabana rental company to insure year-round enjoyment of the Municipal Beach for residents and visitors alike. The Pineapple bids adieu to its mascot a Pineapple newspaper event, passed on settling down in Delray Beach. As they say, Nothing like a dogs life! Well miss you.
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www.DelrayPineapple.com The Delray Beach Pineapple tasting and toasting Delrays sprawling restaurant scene has favorite hang out spot, cocktail spot, and of course those specic places you stop in to order that one thing you cant stop thinking about. these restaurants have other things on their menus, but my mind gets xated and thats it. of three things: a Margarita from Bostons new outside bar, a Kobe Beef Chicago style dog from BurgerFi or a yogurt shake from bar, The Sandbar, is such a great place to hang out after suntanning and swimming. Not to mention their drinks are delicious. How could a Margarita on a hot summers day be bad? And the Chicago dog from BurgerFi topped with mustard, neon relish, chopped onion, cucumber spears, tomato slices, sport When its too hot for a Margarita or even to Sandwiches By the Sea. Everyone must try this fabulous a blender with a banana, then top it off with pineapple juice and blend. You have to stop into this little sandwich shop and get one. You little sidewalk cafe, Ciao. They are only open spot and one of my favorite places for lunch in simplicity with greens, tomatoes, cucumbers, red onion, feta cheese, anchovies (if youre quiches for my trip to Ciao to be a satisfying daily quiche creation. On busy days they will run out, which is just another sign of how good they really are. And since we are talking lunch, another one of my favorites has to be the turkey and roast beef sub at The Shack. They do charge more for a deli combo of this sort but it is worth it. What makes this sandwich shop so good? The hot pepper relish. However you like your subs, fully loaded or plain, you have to add the relish. You will understand what youve been missing once you do. from Lemongrass. A little sushi, a dumpling or two, and vegetable tempura is my favorite way to have a light healthy meal. Grangers. Be prepared, it is a on shrimp are cooked in Old Bay seasoning with what seems to be a hint of sherry and they cant go without ordering the conch chowder, Deck 84s spinach dip always reels me in and never disappoints. For some reason, anything other than the sh tacos. They are just that good. The newly opened burger joint, Hi-Way Burger, really grabbed my attention. Their French fries are truly addicting. Fresh cut are my new favorite French fries. is Dadas graham cracker concoction with burnt meringue on top is so decadent and so perfect. And how could anyone go wrong craving Orange Leaf is the best spot other way? These are just a few of my spots. Go check them out for yourself. Maybe you will make them your favorites too! Christalyn Warner writes a local food blog. Find it at www.TheLocalKitchenBlog.comTry my favorite Delray go to spots CHOICEBREWDelray Beach is home to several of Boston Beers most prolic pushers of suds. Sam Adams has always supported the local nightlife scene here in DB and Im throwing a shout out. The rst time I had this stellar Red IPA was at the LamboDome and it is my current favorite in their small batch series. It gets its character from the Tasmanian hops that are full of grapefruit, pine and earthy depth allowing the bold avor to remain full throughout. The hops are balanced by a core of roasted malts that give this brew body and a subtle toffee nish. Dont eat your next steak or piece of fresh sh without one. Slainte.Matt OConnell bartends locally at Park Tavern most nights and is waiting to have a shot of tequila with you. PATS BEVERAGE & LIQUORSPATS BEVERAGE & LIQUORSFabulous Selection by ChristalynWarner
The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com Drink of the monthMarshmallow infused Absolut Vanilla, simple syrup served with a chocolate and graham cracker rim $9.00 TAP AND TAPASEvery Wednesday is Tap and Tapas all tapas are paired with craft beers influenced modern American cuisine restaurant in the heart of the Pineapple Grove Arts District. Old School Bakery makes move to main bakery site main bakery location just north of Atlantic Avenue on Congress. Owner Billy Himmelrich was trained at returning to America to found his rst bakery restaurants, country clubs and retailers benet from Himmelrichs culinary skill and experience. Visit the new location at: www.oldschoolbakery.com FLAVOR MURD ER O N THE B EACHa mystery book and entertainment store WRITERS W O RKS H OPS Touched by the Sun: Writing from a Florida Point of View Humor Me! Writing Funny Childrens Books Writing the Young Adult Novel Details, Details, Details: Get em Write! For more detailed info: www.Flauthorsacademy.com 273 NE 2nd Ave. Delray Beach561.email@example.com Reservations are required. 8 E. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach
www.DelrayPineapple.com The Delray Beach Pineapple t was the rst August of the new millennium. his private practice in Boca Raton. He quickly noticed an alarming trend. Almost all of the new patients coming in had a severe addiction to a medication called Oxycontin. in Miami, where everyone just used heroin and crack. He was then presented with the challenge to chemically detoxify these patients in an outpatient apparent that it would have to be on a weekend so they could make it back to work on Monday. Combining a number of techniques he had developed a new type of detox that he believed could meet the needs of these clients. He tried it for the rst time on someone and would be red if he called in sick one more by Monday morning when he went back to work. Encouraged by the success with the rst patient, he tried it on several patients that presented He kept doing it, adjusting it, perfecting it, and it the rst form of outpatient opiate detox that could have someone back to work in just two days. form of outpatient alcohol and sedative detox that also proved highly successful and even safer of performing outpatient alcohol detox, not a single one of his patients has ever had an alcohol These new forms of detox were very popular and his patient population grew quickly. were prominent in this population, especially eating disorders, anxiety, and treatment resistant to expand the clinical staff and therapeutic focus occurring conditions. The senior clinical staff pursued advanced training in the treatment of eating disorders as personality disorders and treatment resistant depression. A single building grew into ve From this point on the Delray Center for Healing did not deviate from the path of evolution into the integrative wellness center that it is today. The integrative wellness approach to treating severe clinical conditions was a dream in medical school that became a reality in downtown Delray Boca Raton to Delray Beach as one of the most critical decisions of his career. Together with who Psy.D., they assembled a team of highly skilled professionals to harmoniously deliver traditional clinical modalities such as individual psychotherapy, group therapy and psychopharmacology together massage, yoga, meditation, philosophical book studies, tness, nutrition, and expressive therapies. Patients found this combination to be stimulating, enjoyable and effective. Who is so much fun actually that almost all of the staff partakes in the very same acupuncture, yoga, circuit training, spinning, massage, and meditation modalities that are delivered to the instructors. This stems from his favorite pastime of road and mountain bike racing and his moonlighting gig as the general manager and owner of the Performance Fitness Racing Team. epidemics such as inhalant and Kratom abuse as well as lecturing at the national level on topics such as the psychology of addiction and implementation of urine drug testing programs. The Delray Center for Healing Alliance for Eating Disorder Awareness, the Walk, the Caring Kitchen, the DARE walk, Therapeutic Model, which educates the local recovery population on how to select appropriate housing and qualied treatment providers. Other outreach programs by the senior clinical staff have included involvement in the schools, free yoga for wounded veterans through the Connected Warrior program, providing support groups for the eating disorder community, and eating disorder educational programs for the clinical staff of other treatment facilities. Future initiatives include awareness and educational programs on new drug epidemics scale movement to implement drug testing in junior high and high schools. the already active Delray Center adolescent programs and introduction of the senior adult programs for tness, longevity, depression and that one or both of his sons will follow in his footsteps and keep his vision for the Delray Center for Healing alive into the next century. Delray Center For Healing 403 SE 1st Street, Delray Beach, FL 33483 The Delray Center for Healing Dr. Raul RodriguezMIDWIFE-ATTENDED BIRTH ON THE RISEPalm Beach Countys only licensed birth center delivers rst baby final licensing from the state of Florida, Palm Beach Countys only birth center Like more and more families, Laineys parents, Krista and Lucas Hand, wanted to avoid unnecessary and outdated hospital policies when welcoming their rst child. Their search led them to The Palms Birth House at The Palms Birth House is a freestanding Licensed Birth Center owned and operated by Licensed Midwife Miriam lead midwife, worked for over one year to qualify for licensing and bringing this safe of the first born baby in the birth center because she was attending a home birth of yet another client. Disappointed to have missed such a There are so many families looking for a safe alternative to outdated and unfounded hospital policies that our calendar is full that we had two babies just two hours and ve clients were in great hands. Midwife Christa West did a great job and insured yet another safe out of hospital birth. Both births were also attended by doulas and Beyond. The use of doulas for both in the rise as parents turn to a more natural approach to childbirth. Doulas help facilitate their wishes by acting as a support person and advocate for the patient. For info visit www.palmsbirthhouse.com
The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com Have you celebrated your life recently? Taken the time to acknowledge all the great accomplishments you have achieved? Or do you nd yourself always trying to get to the next level with no appreciation or reection of how far you have come? Everyone obstacles they have overcome and feel grateful always living in the future and waiting to enjoy your life. type of thinking is mentally draining and will get you nowhere in life. Learn to appreciate everything and everyone in your life and when you master that, you will discover the beauty in every situation and the positives in every person you meet. want, what they cannot have and how they do not want to look or feel like. How can you possibly be happy and feel joy in your life with this type of attitude? As a Wellness Coach, Personal Trainer and Nutritional Consultant, them to see the positive and brighter side in every situation. We are our own worst enemy and at the same time can be our best friend. Why not work with yourself, in a positive, upward direction, rather than constantly creating negative and disruptive thoughts that ultimately hinder your personal progress in life? This type of mentality goes with everything. For example, instead of focusing on what you cant have, focus on eating food plan, and always focus on the foods that will keep you from achieving your goal, you will not only create a false craving, but you will feel deprived. Work with yourself and think about all the food that you can have, that will not only help you achieve your goals, but allow you to feel healthier and more energy. Dont stop and stare at a bakery or taunt yourself with the mouth watering aromas of fresh pastries. Avoid the bakery in the rst place! This is setting yourself up for success. Do yourself a favor, and research all the wonderful foods that you can have while eating a healthy and balanced diet. Next time you are out at a restaurant, instead of looking at a menu and focusing on all the choices you know are not Healthy, discover the many choices that you can Have. Delray wonderful restaurants that offer a wide range of foods that will leave you feeling more than satised, and will not hinder your health and tness goals. No Need to Stay Home Just Because You Are Trying to Eat Healthy. One of my favorites, the Ziree Thai and Sushi Avenue, offers many wonderful and healthy options. You can eat a large volume of delicious foods that wont cause your waist line to bulge. My favorite light and healthy choices for appetizers are: For dinner, a few excellent, light and healthy options are: Another wonderful restaurant that offers many healthy and delicious foods in Delray Beach that you can enjoy while still eating Dadas, For healthy appetizers try: veggies, hummus, cucumber salad, tabbouleh, grape leaves and warm pita bread. For dinner, an excellent choice would be: with a blackberry mojito, over hobby horse salad, toasted sunower seeds, cucumbers, tomatoes and honey lavender vinaigrette. Union of tasty plus healthy menu items including Lettuce Wraps and Chicken Lettuce Wraps. Mmm! Caffe Luna Rosa right near Atlantic Ave. thats a combo we can all live with! My final suggestion of an excellent restaurant that not only has excellent service and atmosphere but allows you to stick to your healthy food plan is the House of Siam For healthy appetizers try: brown rice. is something that everyone should enjoy. Many people have such a negative connotation with dieting, because they are so focused on change that thought process and focus on all have, being healthy and committed to staying t becomes fun instead of a constant battle! Whether its food or life in general, never dwell on things that you have no control over and instead pour your thoughts and energy into positive situations and become a more grateful situation when you live in such a positive and trendy city like Delray Beach. Now make it your mission to get out and make the most of it!Taryn Shea Loughran is a Personal Trainer, Group Instructor and Wellness Coach. Visit her at www. TarynSheaFitness. com. Contact her at Taryn@tarynsheatness.com or at 561 542 9536 health & tness by Taryn SheaLoughranYES, YOU CAN EAT HEALTHY FOOD WITHOUT DEPRIVING YOURSELF facebook.com/loosenupmassage Visit our website for more details: 1-hour Massage $49 Expires 8/1/12YOGA MASS AGE Since 1996 YOGA
www.DelrayPineapple.com The Delray Beach Pineapple destinations Residence Inn gears up for Red, White and Blues celebration tickets to renowned music festivalDELRAY BEACH, FL Boasting six days of food, fun and live music in celebration & Blues Festival is a great destination for a spectacular holiday. And with Delray Beach hotel deals that include festival tickets and drink coupons, the fun is not only spectacular, free, as part of a package deal that includes gracious accommodations at one of the most sophisticated hotels in Delray Beach. Rates travelers and blues fans are sure to nd plenty of fun and remarkable sounds at one of the most exciting blues festivals in the country. Not only will there be six days and six stages of entertainment, but a portion of the proceeds from the event will benet the strength and courage to American soldiers deployed abroad. Hosted annually by Bostons on the Beach, this years Red, White & Blues Festival will include local and nationally acclaimed musicians, including the legendary Wildroots, Gypsy Blue Acoustic Revue, Bobby Rush, Tommy Castro & the Painkillers with special guest Magic Dick, The Fabulous Fleetwoods, Blues Dragon, Captain Reese The Funkabilly Playboys, Bobby and the Renegades, Big City Blues Band and many, many more. Festivities will culminate with a compliments of the City of Delray Beach and a Dixon and Rita Wilburn on the historical Blue Conveniently located among hotels in Delray Beach to provide travelers with inviting accommodations near festival events, all featuring fully equipped kitchens, pool or Blues fans wishing to take advantage of this exceptional holiday vacation package may book accommodations online at www. to advertise today! Schools out. Thinking of going on a summer vacation? Need some ideas to keep the kids busy and happy? Why not spend a day in Delray? Weve done the planning for you. 10:00 am Stop by the Sandoway House to see live shark feedings! and ray jaws. Free fossil dig to nd a shark tooth. Take a photo in a giant megalodon jaw! Live shark feedings take place all year Sandoway House Nature Center Noon Have lunch and spend the afternoon on the beach. There are several great restaurants located Avenue to nd cafes, bistros and sandwich shops. There are plenty of stores whether you want gifts or fashion. Beach chairs and umbrellas are available for rent down and the person on duty will approach you with rental info. For more information about the beach see www. mydelraybeach.com under Parks and Recreation. 2:00 pm Snorkel the wreck of the S.S. Inchulva in only 20 ft. of water. Delray Beach Watersports has all the gear attractor, and large tarpon can be seen there. Delray Beach Watersports Beach Club at Casuarina Road www.delraybeachwatersports.comBe a Tourist in your own TownSand, Sea and Sharks! www.delraypineapple.comDELRAY BEACHCITY DIRECTORYDelray Beach City Hall 100 NW 1st Avenue Delray Beach, Florida 33444 www.mydelraybeach.comGeneral Information (561) 243-7000 Emergency 9-1-1 Non-Emergency (561) 243-7800 Citizen Service Requests (561) 243-7012 City Managers Ofce (561) 243-7010 Utility Billing (561) 243-7100 Water/Sewer Maint. (561) 243-7312 Parks & Recreation (561) 243-7250 Municipal Golf Course (561) 243-7380 City Clerks Ofce (561) 243-7050 Jobline (561) 243-6201 PBC Animal Control (561) 276-1344 Police Department (561) 243-7888 Fire Department (561) 243-7400 More summer hotel deals offered in FloridaStill looking for ideas for summer travel in Florida?Delray Beach hoping to land Davis Cup Finals in NovemberThe city of Delray Beach is trying to land the Davis Cup Finals, which will be held from stadium at the Delray Beach Tennis Center, Assistant City Manager Bob Barcincki said the money will likely come from sponsors, grants from agencies such as the Palm Beach Development Council. However, the City Commission must rst grant approval to go after the bid. forward, the city must commit to Tennis Association, provide police and the event. Officials in Delray Beach see hosting the event as an opportunity to welcome thousands of visitors and recover from some of the money spent sponsoring announced last month it was looking for cities to host the event and is requesting the winning host city would be notied in Republic defeats Argentina in order for any In Palm Beach County, check Holiday Inn Highland Beach has rates starting In Weston, Hyatt Regency Bonaventure night free for guests who stay two nights. Rates In Orlando, four Marriott hotels are free parking for their parents during stays promotions are at Renaissance Orlando at Marriott Orlando, Grande Lakes, and Orlando In Greater Fort Lauderdale, check as boating, diving and snorkeling, museums and more. The promotion is valid through In Miami Beach, The Palms Hotel & Across Florida, the luxury Waldorf includes the Boca Beach Club in Boca Raton
The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com Marriott Florida Beach Hotels Spring into SummerTravelers looking to kick off their summer with a great Florida beach hotel deal will have some choices to make as three Marriott hotels are heating things up with a special offer. sure to delight families, couples and other vacationers and make for a memorable trip. Celebrating the transition from spring to Florida favorites: the Delray Beach Marriott Hotel, Hollywood Beach Marriott Hotel and the Key Largo Bay Marriott Beach Resort. Luxurious guest room accommodations at one of three participating Marriott hotels Each of these resorts offers a unique hotel experience, whether its the quaint, the private beach and access to great diving at Key Largo Bay. But one thing is for certain: vacationers are sure to love the Florida sunshine, the beautiful beaches, the famous attractions, and luxurious hotel rooms. The resort credit can be used for meals at each rentals, spa treatments, room service and much more. This offer is available to be reserved page at any of the three Marriott Florida hotel destinations DELRAY BEACH, FL Cathy Balestriere, general manager of Cranes BeachHouse Hotel & Tiki Bar, announced Family, including free passes to the exciting Pirates, Myths & Legends exhibition now running at the Museum of Art & American Delray Beach. The Pirates Treasure Getaway package family of four in a luxury suite with full kitchen. friendly and interactive Pirates & Treasures exhibition at the Museum of Art & American during a delightful Delray Yacht Cruise, with a photo opportunity for the whole family and welcome gift scenic Delray Beach, Cranes BeachHouse Hotel is a luxury boutique resort nestled n a lush tropical setting, just steps away from the Atlantic Ocean and bustling Atlantic Avenue. Cranes BeachHouse Hotel is a perfect place for a fun summer adventure for the whole family, promises Balestriere. At Cranes, we offer a No Worries vacation. Away for the Whole Family can me made by cranesbeachhouse.com.AAARRGGHHH!Cranes BeachHouse offers a Swashbuckling Get-Away for pirates of all ages DELRAY BEACH, FL Delray Beach got the Travel Channel as part of Rand McNallys Best of the Road contest. The reason? Delray is one of six towns competing for Rand McNallys the road this summer, exploring all six locales competing for the title. The Delray Beach Marketing asked the community to help welcome the Fresh Travelers to Delray Beach by attending an event at Pavilion on Thursday, rally featured a free, country sensation and hometown girl Amber Leigh. After the concert, the crowd was scheduled to participate in a group Worthing Park. Plans to host the Fresh Travelers and provide an extended happy hour to those who followed a special DBMCs mobile marketing campaign. We invited all Delray Beach fans to attend the rally to welcome these very special judges and show them just how fun our town can be, DBMC. The Rand McNally Best of the Road destination, each of which was responsible for obtaining the most online votes for their town. Delray Beach came from behind and few days of voting. There is no limit to what we can accomplish when we come together in support of Delray Beach, said Martin. The community has proven this time and time again. the annual Destination Marketing Association For more information, please contact Community rally held to support Delray in Most Fun Small Town competition Executive Editor/PublisherJeffrey Diaz 561-299-1430 firstname.lastname@example.orgCommunity RelationsGene Fisher 561-414-5067 email@example.comDirector of MarketingRyan Boylston 954-415-1895 firstname.lastname@example.orgFor Editorial:call: (561) 299-1430 e-mail: email@example.comContributing WritersRigel Herman Kurt Lehmann Taryn Shea Loughran Ash Otocki Jamie Salen Ellen Thistle Drew Tucker Christalyn WarnerDistribution561-299-1430 firstname.lastname@example.orgPublished byThe Delray Beach Pineapple, LLC.777 E. Atlantic Avenue, Suite C2-151 Delray Beach, Florida 33483-5360 561 299 1430The Delray Beach Pineapple is published monthly and distributed to over 175 locations throughout the Downtown Delray Beach Area. Entire contents of this publication is copyright 2012 The Delray Beach Pineapple, LLC. all rights reserved and may not be reproduced in any manner, in whole or in part, without written permission from the publisher.
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www.DelrayPineapple.com The Delray Beach Pineapple DELRAY BEACH, FL The Crest Theatre From Tony Award winning Broadway stars, to this will be a banner season. is now underway. A key benet of membership is advance purchase of tickets to the intimate Crest Theatre. Member sales open Wednesday, November 16-18, 2012 TITANIC Awards, this sweeping musical recounts the dreams, hopes and aspirations of those aboard the Titanic through individual stories takes you inside the historic Titanic. This production features one of the largest casts ever assembled for the Crest Theatre stage! November 30 December 2, 2012 BOWFIRE HOLIDAY HEART STRINGS the worlds greatest ddlers and violinists. All time holiday favorites, with added singing and stepdancing, are combined with the best of energy journey. Bowre does for strings what January 28 & 29, 2013 BROADWAYS ELITE Andrea McArdle and Ken Page to bring you three times the stories, three times the songs and three times the history of the Great White Way in one celebrated evening. McArdle rst captured the hearts of theatergoers Broadway musicals and appeared in theatres in New York, nationally and internationally. McKechnie, a Tony Award winner for A Chorus Line, is regarded internationally as one of Broadways foremost singers, dancers and leading ladies. Page is a Theatre World Award winner who created the roles of Old Deuteronomy in Cats and Fats Waller in Aint Misbehavin. February 4 & 5, 2013 SAM HARRIS an overnight star selling over a million copies produced. On Broadway, Harris was a Tony Award nominee for Cy Colemans The Life which also garnered him Drama League, Outer Critic Circle Award and Drama Desk Award nominations. He also received a Drama Desk nomination for his role in Tommy Tunes Grease. Most recently, he was seen as the Class and a recurring role on the series Rules of Engagement. February 15-17, 2013 MICHAEL CAVANAUGH in Concert Movin Out, Cavanaugh has since become has garnered both Tony and Grammy award nominations. Playing the piano from the Broadway. Cavanaugh travels with an exciting February 22-24, 2013 FIDDLER ON THE ROOF Awards, including Best Musical, this family show is considered one of the great works of on Broadway. No other musical has so woven music, dance and story into such an is a universal story of love, hope and tradition. From the company that brought you this years smash hit Brigadoon, the little town of Anatevka comes to the Crest. Relive the tradition! March 4 & 5, 2013 ELAINE PAIGE First Lady of Musical Theatre, Paige is an actress, recording artist, producer and celebrated, award winning roles in musical of Cats. Among her many theatre credits are performed in London and on Broadway. Paige has performed in concert worldwide from The White House to The Great Hall of the Opera House. Most recently, she sold out the rave reviews for her performance as Carlotta in the revival of Follies on Broadway. March 8-10, 2013 TAP, THE SHOW artistry of tap dance from around the world, backed by a soaring orchestral score, the cast seamlessly through decades of styles from Broadway and big band, to world music and Gene Kellys greatest dance numbers, enjoy future of tap with street performers. March 18 & 19, 2013 DONNA MURPHY Tony Award winner is one of Broadways most accomplished and versatile actresses. Murphy received her rst Tony Award, the Drama Desk Award and the Drama League Award Passion. Her second Tony Award and Drama League Award were for her portrayal of Anna in the highly acclaimed revival of The King Cable Ace Award as well as being featured Brantley of the New York Times calls her, perhaps the most sophisticated practitioner of musical comedy alive today. Look for her with Edward Norton. March 22-24, 2013 BILOXI BLUES reach Broadway follows the hilarious Eugene basic military training to serve in World War that can only be served up by one of Americas master playwrights. Produced by the touring Montana Repertory Theatre. April 1 & 2 TERRI WHITE Barnum, Aint Misbehavin, Welcome to the Critics Circle and Drama Desk Award Her most recent Broadway appearance was as restored from its historic roots as Delray High become one of the most successful performing serves as a showcase venue for other area and continues to be in demand for a variety of music, dance and theatre performances as well as town meetings, corporate, private and media events. Crest Theatre programs are sponsored in part by the Palm Beach County Tourist Development Council, the Florida Arts Council and the Palm Beach County Cultural Council. For information on programs, exhibits, classes, membership or facility rentals, call Crest Theatre announces its 20th anniversary season of performances Broadways Elite, starring Andrea McArdle, Tony Award winner Donna McKechnie and Ken Page Elaine Paige Sam Harris
The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com music by DrewTucker album, sharing the stage with superstars, and livening up the scene in Delray Beach and beyond. next, and keeping a party going, was little more than the pressing of a button on an iPod. think of my pet peeve, two different songs playing together at the same time. Exactly! he says, There is nothing worse then a vibe or mood being ruined by the clashing of someone trying to mashup two songs that he cant get to t together. He goes on to tell me that this skill is a big part in making people dance and keep dancing, and thats what keeps him going. Making music is my passion and watching people dance to what makes him different. where he is by chance. Born in Bogota Colombia, Alejandro was raised in New York and operated a professional grade recording studio and recorded, produced or engineered the likes of And what a journey he has been on, spinning at some of the top Florida spots like Passions, Mondrin has an album due out the rst single from it, Epic is out now and getting a lot of got to spin it on stage for thousands after so different than ones cares about what he creates and he cares want to dance wherever they listen to it. Heres where you can catch Quicktrackz this month: Every Friday and Saturday Buddha Sky Bar 10pm Every Friday at Peter Mark Salon for their happy hour 5pm 9pm July 29th at JBs on the Beach in Deereld 11pm 1am Connect with DJ Quicktrackz at www.Quicktrackz.com Drew Tucker is the Director of Education and Outreach at Arts Garage. You can reach him by email: email@example.com or on twitter @TuckerMusic101 is redening the way you think about house music The Pineapple: Welcome to Delray Beach, Lou. Tell us a little about yourself. Lou Tyrrell: The Florida theatre community embraced me as a young actor in nurturing ground for some of the best new plays being written today. The company produced have enjoyed rich and rewarding production lives throughout the country. We also created theatre education outreach programs, which became a model throughout the country. The Pineapple: How did you come to join the Arts Garage as Artistic Director of the Theatre? Tyrrell: stunning visual art, and the best new work in American theatre its a recipe for great cultural fun. Delray Beach. An arts patron can access the parking garage above our space, walk down streets then attend the evenings Arts Garage performance. The Theatre at Arts Garage model embodies The Pineapple: The Arts Garage recently celebrated its one year anniversary, and the Tyrrell: it music or theatre. Any rst year of a new endeavor is full of unknowns, which make all of our triumphs so much more meaningful. The extraordinary community response weve experienced couldnt be more gratifying, but our focus has to be on the future, and how we can continue to provide art thats both meaningful and fun. (Alyona Ushe, Executive Director of Arts Garage chimes in) Arts Garage was created nature encompasses all art forms and disciplines. Lous experience and passion for contemporary theater made him a natural choice to expand our endeavors. We especially enjoy seeing cross pollination of audience members between different programs. The Pineapple: Tyrrell: Broadway hits Cabaret and Chicago Cabaret Verboten is the real material that inspired those blockbusters. The subversive moment in time where there were no holds barred, and which still speaks to us today. The Pineapple: Cabaret Verboten features four actors and three musicians. What can you tell us about the characters and music of Tyrrell: Weve updated social and political references of our Cabaret Verboten, because thats what the original cabaret did. Lyrics would change daily to reect the news of the day. As a result, Cabaret Verboten Blood, shake with laughter, and garnish with a twisted reality. The Pineapple: How can our readers learn more about The Theatre at Arts Garage and purchase tickets to Cabaret Verboten? Tyrrell: The Pineapple: Thanks Lou, and welcome to the Delray Beach arts community! CHATTERLouTyrrell Artistic Director Theatre at Arts Garage photo by Amy Pasquantonio/amatistaphoto.com Take them somewhere. Its all about the journey. Quicktrackzwith
www.DelrayPineapple.com The Delray Beach Pineapple Drew and The Woo is a regular Pineapple series that follows two young professionals as they look for the perfect night out in Delray Beach. Theyll need a happy hour, a sub-20-buck dinner, some live music and a late-night hot spot. Call it a scavenger hunt, bar crawl or even a mild bender. Either way youre going to want to follow in their footsteps. At the end of the year, Drew and The Woo will select their top choice for each category and invite the whole city to come out and join them for The Best Night Out In Downtown Delray. HAPPY HOUR MAXS HARVEST Maxs Harvests motto is Farm to Fork and the menu is chalk full of local, fresh, organic goodness. And with the introduction of their new $5 happy hour menu this June, Maxs Harvest has made themselves even fresher to our locals. Drew: Could this place smell any more delicious? Ryan: Incredible. People dont realize how much better food tastes when its produced, grown and prepared correctly. Im always psyched when a great restaurant chooses a downtown Delray Beach location, but Im actually proud Maxs Harvest chose to be here. Drew: Particularly right in the middle of our favorite downtown area, Pineapple Grove. Ryan: It really ts here so nicely. Open for just over a year, the Maxs Harvest team is totally comfortable here. General Manager, Kevin Fegan and Executive Chef, Chris Miracolo are not only rewriting what a restaurant should serve, but also what restaurant should be. Drew: I hate to sound infatuated but Ive literally got nothing negative to say about this restaurant, not one thing. The food, atmosphere, service, and now happy hour, are nothing short of amazing. Ryan: Speaking of that happy hour, what exactly does it entail here at Maxs Harvest? Drew: From 5-7pm you can order dishes like Tequila Cured Salmon, Deviled Heritage Hen Farm Eggs, and the always popular, Goat Cheese Croquettes, a favorite among our group, for 5 bucks a piece. Ryan: A favorite? I think our small party of 12 ate four dozen of those glorious little cheese balls. Drew: Okay, but we already knew the food was phenomenal. Lets discuss the key to a truly great happy hour. Ryan: Ahthe drinks! Yes, even with the cocktails, Maxs Harvest goes the extra mile. In addition to the typical beer, wine, well combo, Maxs gives its guests a true taste of summer with offerings like, Summer Sangria or Mojito Heritage. Both made with locally grown fruit, of course. Drew: And whats the price of those tasty signature drinks? Ryan: The magic number, 5 bucks. So perfect for sipping in their secret back garden, its tough to get our group to head to the next spot. Drew: Youre one of the ones thats making it so difcult. Ryan: Can you blame me, I mean, us, for wanting to stay here the rest of the night? HIWAY BURGER A new burger joint with a retro s vibe. Enjoy quick service and a tight menu. Burgers, fries and shakes, anyway you want em. Drew: I like that the choices here are simple. Its like In & Out Burger, minus the jetlag. Ryan: I disagree. This place is for sure a step up from any fast food chain. Even the best burger joint doesnt have burgers like this. In fact, theyre also not as fast as these slick, paper hat wearing burger jockeys. Drew: What? Ryan: You know burger jockeys. Drew: No I dont, and I dont think anyone else knows what youre talking about either. Lets get back to the food. Aside from a killer burger that can be ordered single, double or triple they have fries and shakes that really make the meal magic. Ryan: Theres something so wrong, but so deliciously right about dipping french fries into a chocolate shake. Drew: You know what else seems sorta wrong? The fact that we BOTH ate for under $20. Ryan: Good point. For those of you new to the Drew and The Woo series this category usually calls for us to spend under $20 apiece on dinner. But tonight we spent $20 total, which is crazy. Drew: Not to mention, we could barely nish our meals. Heck, we shared an order of french fries and of course, both had a shake. Ryan: The value here is almost too good to be true, but trust us Hiway Burger is the real deal. TIM FINNEGANS IRISH PUB An authentic Irish pub located just outside of downtown Delray Beach. Live Irish music, Friday through Sunday from folk to rock. Drew: Looks like the live music has ended a little early here tonight. Ryan: Yeah, but luckily we know this place well. Lets talk about whats expected at Tim Finnegans. Drew: Well, you can usually expect an Irish rock band or two to take the stage on Friday and Saturday nights and traditional Irish folk music Sunday afternoons. Ryan: I think our readers probably have a good grasp of Irish rock music. So, whats the deal with Sunday afternoons? Drew: A group of about 8-10 musicians circle together and play an variety of unusual and unique instruments, some that I cant even name. Its super interesting. Ryan: Whats cool, too, is the folk dancing that breaks out on Sundays. Youve got people locking arms, whipping around this bar like theyre back in the old country; its quite a sight. Drew: I think it really speaks to the authenticity of this Irish pub. The menu, all Irish fare, the music, genuinely Irish, and the people are certainly from Ireland. Ryan: Its pretty fantastic to see a bar where the owner and the patrons are completely committed to tradition. Drew: You can tell what comes rst here, thats for sure. Ryan: Irish tradition? Drew: No, the customers. DELUX Downtowns infamous nightclub. Expect dancing, shot slamming, bouncing around, drinking andmore dancing and drinking. Ryan: Easily my top spot for making memories in Delray Beach. Drew: Really? Because usually I cant remember anything after a night at Delux. Ryan: Zing! Drew: Its true. You step inside this windowless building, with real deal bartenders and a DJ that knows how to keep the energy way up, and next thing you know, youve been dancing for 6 hours. Ryan: Well, those are the memories Im referring to. Where else in Delray Beach can you dance and drink for 6 hours? No food. No obnoxiously loud band. No out-door seating. Just a hopping club thats t for South Beach. Drew: Ive got to admit; theyve pulled a top notch DJ once again. Rather than winding our night down, it looks like were ramping it up. At midnight! Ryan: Yeah, totally. A night at Delux is like a night with Cinderella. Drew: I dont even want to ask, but I must. How is a night at Delux like a night with Cinderella? Ryan: Well, at the beginning of the night youre enjoying a nice party, taking a few spins around the dance oor and having a casual drink with some random youve just met. Next thing you know, youre jumping around with a bunch of friends who have magically reappeared, your ride is gone and youre missing a shoe. Drew: Huh. Thats almost exactly how my night went. Ryan: See, I told you Delux is where the magic happens. Taxi. Bed. Sleep.Want us to consider your favorite local hangout? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Search for The Perfect Night Out: PART VII
The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com By Ellen Thistle The Pineapple Contributing WriterThe queen of hearts looks like she just bones of her shoulders jut out over a black and forward with a jagged spine. Her lips are pouty This image of the queen stretches across an inspires her at the time. That can be anything: a book, a movie, even a color she saw somewhere, or a yer she noticed. And once inspired, Amanda has been known to go on a painting binge, holing herself up at home and painting for days at a time. The result is part punk rock, part cartoon paintings of surreal women that capture a mood pieces of a broken mirror, gorilla glue. And her heroines are always arresting. Take, for example, her painting of Marie Antoinette. Marie is back from last nights masquerade. Her eyes are puffy, pink, and way that is reserved for teenagers. The blood pouring from her elongated neck is actually one of the last things you notice. Amandas paintings feature almost exclusively that much more, she explains. Each one is, give And the female body, for methe lines, the The women in her paintings arent exactly classic beauties. Their proportions are just a little bit off. Their bodies are slightly stretched out, like a Gumby doll that you can just pull You can convey so many emotions and ideas through the body position alone. This fact is evident in the characters who ll her works of art look like they fell out of an Alexander McQueen ad. They are gawky, black. They look like they were released from the psych ward hours ago. mural she painted on the wall of the popular nightclub Respectables on Clematis street in West of Howleys restaurant, also in West Palm Beach. The mural at Respectables was the rst mural shed ever done, but she loved the experience. Mural allows something to really come to life. You have such a huge, raw area that youre working withthe possibilities are completely different way. The reactions to her work have been overwhelmingly positive, particularly from younger generations. Young people dig it, she says, Older people dont really get it. Theyre thrown off by the Her art is popular enough that she is able sells most of her art through her website www. amandavaldes.com. Each of her paintings is one of a kind. When someone sees a painting they like, they contact Amanda and she works with them to make it their ownperhaps changing the subjects hair color or adding something personal to the background. All sorts of people commission her pieces. one commissioned by a drag queen who is obsessed with extreme shoes. The price of Amandas pieces depends upon of her clients (because she knows what its like to You can check out her artwork here in Delray Beach on the walls of the restaurant and lounge DaDa. Also, she will be featured in Delrays upcoming open air gallery art show surfaces once in rare while, but when it does, you never forget it. What do rapper Vanilla Ice and a shoeobsessed drag queen have in common? A love for the artwork of Amanda Valdes COOL BLUES, HOT PERFORMANCES at Arts Garage Arts Garage was besieged by requests for a blues series, so this summer they turn up the heat For those who have not yet experienced the blues, this is the perfect time to up your cool quotient. The blues is a truly American art form, lled with history and passion. To give us a better The Pineapple: Why do you feel people requested a blues series? Alyona Ushe: scene are vague, making it a curiosity. The blues is one of the most inuential genres of popular The Pineapple: How do you feel blues resonates with todays audience? AU: Music reects life. Blues are the comfort food of music, and people are looking for that. The Pineapple: Many consider this a dying art form due to the age of the musicians. Why is it important to you to highlight this type of music? AU: dened the very essence of what makes American music American. When you understand and appreciate this truly American music, you better understand and appreciate all music. The Pineapple: For those who have never experienced blues or listened to the genre, why should they consider attending these concerts? AU: Blues is real music, made by real people, in real places, and Arts Garage is presenting the authentic experience. The Pineapple: What do you feel a novice will take away from the experience? AU: By presenting artists of this caliber in which is structured around the personal and intimate, instead of mass and crass. Every person that comes to these performances will leave with as welland maybe a new passion. The Pineapple: Tell us a little about the performers who will be appearing soon. AU: role in the Blues Brothers movies, but long prior to these lms, he had established himself as one of the baddest guitar players in the country. Earlier this year he was inducted into the Blues heard on the soundtrack to the hit lm, Cadillac Records. He is an incredible pianist who has played with a long list of legendary performers. At his Arts Garage performance, he will be Tickets for these performances are $20-$30 in advance. For more information call 561-450-6357 or www.artsgarage.org Barrelhouse Chuck Goering Matt Guitar Murphy
www.DelrayPineapple.com The Delray Beach Pineapple e Italian Restaurant on the Beach facebook.com/caelunarosa Open 7 days, serving Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Weekend Brunch. Live Entertainment. Valet Parking.We believe that hard work, dedication, focus on quality products and service, along with the help of over 4,000 local loyal customers = winners of Boca Raton magazine and Delray Beach magazine Readers Choice Awards. 2012 Best Italian | Best Sunday Brunch | Best Wine List Runner Up Best Oceanfront | Runner Up Best Happy Hour Runner Up Best People Watching WE LOVE TO SERVE YOU THE THE BEST GREAT FOOD, GREAT VALUE AND GREAT SERVICE FOR 19 YEARS caffelunarosa_brmmj12.indd 1 3/14/12 11:50 AM The temperature is getting hotter and so are the performances at Arts Garage this summer! Heres who is coming up. July 7, 2012: 8pm South Florida Symphony Orchestra: Summer Chamber Series Oriente July 21, 2012: Blues, 8pm Matt Guitar Murphy Rachel Andes and Friends Benet for Warm Hearts Pet Rescue July 28, 2012: Jazz, 8pm Lynne Arriale August 11, 2012: Jazz, 8pm Duffy Jackson Big Band August 18, 2012: Blues, 8pm Barrelhouse Chuck August 25, 2012: Jazz, 8pm Jonathan Kreisberg Quartet
The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com Julys Tips in TrendsBy Rigel Herman The Pineapple Contributing WriterLife without a personal stylist can be tough. Everyone has questions about the latest trends, how to wear them, how to dress appropriately for our bodies and ages and, honestly, sometimes fashionable and their suggestions, unrealistic. To help guide you, by giving answer forum for the exceedingly stylish members of our readership. fashion, to brightly colored, playful Florida frocks, this city loves to dress. And with the bevy of But that doesnt mean there arent some missteps. To avoid looking like you belong on a take in stride the answers to the questions posed by your friendly neighbors, and embrace the current state of style. I keep hearing about color-blocking and Im not really sure what it is or how to wear it? Rebecca, Delray Beach the darling of our wardrobes, let the sunshine and blue skies inspire you to go bold. Think literally tank is color blocking. forward bottom to your colorfully blocked ensemble. A pair of bright red jeans, for example, looks fresh and modern with a burnt yellow top. Put on a black skirt and a solid grey top, and technically speaking, youre still following the trend, just more subtly. Avoid colors that inspire thoughts of holidays or insects, though, for sure! Clearly black and orange send a spooky Halloween vibe, yellow and black can look like a bumblebee and green and Everyone is wearing prints, particularly stripes. Im afraid they make me look larger than I am. How can I get the look without looking like a crazy person? Jennifer, Delray Beach Again we all love our black and white basics. But for the past few seasons, prints have been all over the runways. From pretty orals to edgier Art Deco designs, to funky digital prints, theyve become a wardrobe staple. Choosing prints that are less tropical owers and more interesting patterns is one way to embrace this trend without looking dated. any other print, are distracting to the eye and create an effect that allows the clothing to speak for itself, so to speak, actually taking away from the parts of our bodies we dont quite love. A difcult look to pull off, sans stylist: print on print. To attempt this daring style, choose a subtle oral pattern on the bottom and a striped top, in a similar color scheme. Not quite ready All the tops I see are so big and over-sized, which I nd to be unattering. Whats the shape I should be looking for in a shirt or blouse? Irene, Delray Beach show off your gure and return to pieces that actually t your body. Feminine silhouettes are back in a major way, so pick up irtier, more tailored pieces. What to avoid? Feminine silhouette does not mean so tight we can see your lunch. Enough said. Maxi dresses are in all the stores and I want to try one, but where do I wear it? Sarah, Delray Beach Cotton blends are better for causal occasions, while silk blends better translate for a dressier relaxed vibe. Rigel Herman is the Manager of Atlantic Avenue boutique, Palm Beach Native Sun, a freelance stylist and closet re-organizer. She is also a die-hard follower of fashion. Ask her your questions by emailing her at: email@example.com DELRAY BEACH PLAYHOUSE STUDENTS PRODUCTION OF WILLY WONKA JUNIOR Delray Beach Playhouse students will transport Delray to a world of pure imagination with their production of Roald Dahls Willy timeless childrens book, Charlie and the of musicals for younger performers which performance by elementary school children. To celebrate the imaginations of all the students involved in the production, Delray Beach Playhouse will receive its own certicate signed by the shows creators Timothy A. McDonald, and Leslie Bricusse (Bricusse also The certicate commends the cast on their successful production of Roald Dahls Willy the joys of reading by giving me a Roald Dahl book, says McDonald. These students are playing a similar role by showing their peers how wonderful reading and theatre can be through Playhouse Childrens Theatre located at NW
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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com www.DelrayPineapple.com Your Downtown Delray Beach Community Newspaper JULY 2012BusinessRealEstatedelray beach The Pineapple DELRAY BEACH, FL Despite a slumping economy, Delray Beach remains a increase property values in the downtown and Leasing Manager for Pineapple Grove foreign investor. This sale is not only a sign of market value and already have tenants in place. condominium located just steps from Atlantic Avenue, in the heart of the Pineapple Grove sold at a much higher price point. After some turmoil, a hedge fund based out of Delaware purchased the majority of the units and began to lease. Prices have been increasing relative to increased rents. This is what investors love, Development at Danon Management Group. We are experiencing an inux of foreign Downtown Delray Beach is a popular spot for quiet place to play. Broward and Palm Beach Counties. Many of the buyers that were on the fence are now disappointed about the limited inventory. Needless to say, this is the time to buy. The downtown Delray Beach market is as hot today Many cash investors are taking advantage of the The Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce enjoyed the rst annual SEEK in the City Scavenger Hunt hosted by the Delray Chambers Non-Prot Counsel. Delray Chamber Chairman of the Board Kimberly Camejo (center) poses with the winning team of the rst annual SEEK in the City. Thirty teams of ve members each went around to 100 Clue Stops located at Chamber businesses. The event raised money for ten of Delray Beachs charities including: The Avenue Church; Chamber Charities; Caring Kitchen & Community Food Pantry/C.R.O.S. Ministries; Delray Beach Athletic Club; Delray Beach Public Library; Milagro Center; Old School Square Cultural Arts Center; The Puppetry Arts Center; S.B. Idea, Inc.; Womans Club of Delray Beach.8.3 million dollar sale shows signs of a much improved real estate market in Delray Beach By Jamie Salen The Pineapple Staff WriterChildren are the living messages we send to a time we will not see. -John W. Whitehead My quest to nd the benevolent bests in our wonderful little hamlet has revealed yet another champion for the community. Gregg Weiss is known to many in Delray Beach as an outspoken voice for many causes. As an active member of various boards, including the Chamber of Commerce, Delray Beach Marketing Cooperative, Milagro Center and Creative City Collaborative, it is safe to say that Weiss is dedicated to the growth and development of our fair city. While his commitment to the business community is evident through many notable projects, it is his passion for causes related to underprivileged children that has truly set him apart. Weiss was rst introduced to Delray Thursday night at Bostons On the Beach for spent blowing off steam with college buddies undoubtedly left a lasting impression, it was a more sobering and serious endeavor that bound him to Delray Beach forever. through a community service initiative for Agency for child victims of abuse and neglect that left a lasting impression on Weiss. small shelter for children, has grown into a children and their families. Weiss joined the cause as a college student and continued to serve the Delray Beach based agency imprint we can make on this world is with our children. How we teach and enrich our youth will have a lasting impact on the future of our community, says Weiss. As a member of the Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors yet again with his contributions to the Education Foundation, a Chamber initiative focused on raising grant money no surprise that his commitment to the Milagro Center has made an enduring impression as well. Atlantic region of Delray Beach, is known for its groundbreaking curriculum based a robust cultural arts program. Greggs dedication to the Milagro Center is inspiring. He always makes time to support our center and the children we serve, raves Ellyn Okrent, Executive Director of the Milagro Center. members of the business community together in support of local and national is aptly named, takes on four projects each professionals who are interested in giving back the community. By combining efforts we are a stronger force and can achieve more for some very important causes, explains Weiss. His most recent project, the Chamber The initiative strives to bridge the gap through forums hosted by the Chamber of has grown from six to sixty members and has to lend a hand. Cooperation is the best road to accomplishment. We all have something to offer, and the forum introduces groups that are capable of working together to achieve great things, states Weiss. Chamber of Commerce Director Gregg WeissHow we teach and enrich our youth will have a lasting impact on the future of our community.Gregg Weiss Creating a Better Future One Child at a TimeChamber Director Gregg Weiss GIVING BACKThe Delray Beach City Commission has approved a proposal for implementing the expected to assist in launching the redevelopment bringing in new and expanding businesses, increase the number of jobs and boost the demand for real estate along the Delray Delray Beach. The approved proposal includes engaging key stakeholders within assist in developing a new strategy and expand redevelopment opportunities within By moving forward with this project, the City is continuing to meet its stated economic development goals to: as business friendly and a viable corporate destination. For more information on the Citys economic development activities and opportunities, including the Delray Beach Economic com and select Economic Development in the Quick Link Box. Contact the City of Delray Beachs Economic Development Director, City moves forward with promotion of the Delray Beach Innovation Corridor
www.DelrayPineapple.com The Delray Beach Pineapple ASST CITY MANAGER RECEIVES FCCMA AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN LEADERSHIP Robert Barcinski, Delray Beach Assistant City Manager, has received the distinguished for Excellence in Leadership Award from the Florida City and County Management Association members in attendance. The FCCMAs Assistant for Excellence in management professionals who have made signicant contributions toward excellence in leadership while serving as an Assistant to a chief local government administrator or department head. Qualied candidates must be an FCCMA member and have the endorsement of the Chief Administrative Ofcer. Barcinskis career in public service began as Assistant City Manager for Administrative and coordinating staff support for all special assistance for municipal golf course and tennis Marketing Cooperative. NEW ONLINE BUSINESS DEBUTS IN DELRAY Squiggly Apparel, the nations newest and is ofcially open for business. Created to mission is to use its quirky style to support awareness of testicular cancer by stimulating conversation throughout the world. results in a direct contribution to testicular foundations or to directly support patients diagnosed with this destructive disease. themselves with a product line that maintains a quality and style that differentiates them from your typical fund raiser. The explosive talking and that was the ultimate goal. Headquartered in Delray Beach, beginning their expansion into retail outlets throughout the nation. John M. Campanola, a nancial services Hispanic marketing initiative for his efforts to Campanola was one of three agents so Delray Beach. Campanola, in addition to his work at New York Life, is an active member of the Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce. Contacts & Cocktails (Business Card Exchange) featuring Leadership Delray Graduation and Reunion hosted by The Arts Garage at 180 NE 1st St. Join in the celebration of the Class of 2011-12 of Leadership Delray and network with grads from the past 30 years. $10 in advance, $15 at the door, current class members free, non-members are $35 Chairmans Club Lunch at La Cigale, 253 SE 5th Ave, featuring Dr. Ross and Dr. Walton of Lynn University, speaking about bringing the Presidential Debate to Boca Raton. Chairmans Club Members only Chairmans Club Lunch speaker and location TBA; Chairmans Club Members only Contacts & Cocktails (Business Card Exchange) hosted by Union Asian Fusion Restaurant, 8 E. Atlantic Ave, $10 online in advance, $15 at the door, non-members $35 New Member Orientation Luncheon, upstairs at the Chamber, FREE for new members Sponsored by Promo Girl & LAB Insurance Celebration of Education Membership Breakfast at Ellies 50s Diner, 2410 N. Federal Highway. Come show your appreciation for our communitys wonderful school principals and teachers. Chairmans Club Evening Social at Buddha Sky Bar at 217 East Atlantic Ave. Chairmans Club Members only Gulfstream Goodwill Clean out Your Closet Luncheon Donate gently used clothing and household items in exchange for a free Chick-Fil-A lunch! CHAMBER DAY PLANNER Contacts and CocktailsNon-members welcome to participateYoure invited to a special Contacts and Cocktails event featuring the Leadership Delray Delray Alumni Reunion Celebration. Commerce for contacts & cocktails, hors doeuvres and more at their signature monthly networking event. July 9th, 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Arts Garage,180 NE 1st Street This month, the event will be held at the Delray Beach. Enjoy a lovely artistic evening with music the Arts Garage and more! wonderful array of cocktails, conversations and culinary delights. Admission includes two This event will ll up fast so reserve your spot today. The cost for Leadership Delray Guests and visitors who are not Chamber person. followed by networking and celebration. people Delray Chamber Board Member Jennifer Aracri reads to an elementary school student as part of the City of Delray Beachs summer reading initiative.
The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com Resolution No. 24-12 serves as a sustainability incentive for new and existing businessesThe City of Delray Beach has agreed to become a member of the Florida Green Energy Works Property Assessed Clean Energy Agreement with the Town of Lantana and the Florida Green Finance Authority. Becoming an active member in this new PACE program enables our City to continue its efforts as a green new PACE program will serve as a sustainability incentive within the newly implemented Delray Beach Economic Development Fund that is used to stimulate economic development activity within the City of Delray Beach. The Citys new voluntary PACE program gives commercial property owners within the City the opportunity to repay energy efciency and water conservation improvement expenditures through a included on their annual property tax bill. This program will enable existing, new and expanding businesses to make environmental improvements that will lead to lower monthly operating costs as well as to contribute to their efforts to go green and implement more sustainable operating practices. Local property owners benet because it offers long term, safe nancing to develop energy and water efciency improvements for their properties that they may otherwise not be able to afford. Once an applicant is approved and receives nancing, the property owner hires a contractor to implement the improvements. When the work is completed, the Palm Beach County Property Appraisers Ofce property to repay the nanced amount. This assessment will be included in the annual Even though the property owners taxes reduction in monthly utility bills that would assist costs are tied to the property, thus, if sold, the under the Citys new PACE program, please visit the City of Delray Beachs new website Economic Development on the Quick Links box on the right side of the home page. For additional information contact Rich City Participates in Florida Green Energy Works PACE Program Ever been caught at the trafc light as you enter Downtown and wondered what the giant white buildings with endless lawn space on the Northeast corner of Atlantic Ave and are landmarks in the history of our educational houses Cornell Museum of Art & American now houses the Crest Theatre, where you can enjoy a show in the Auditorium. The restored classrooms are used for such things as town meetings and even a few weddings. Thanks to Delrays strong Historical last classes were said to have been conducted form the focal point and center of the Old out more at www.oldschool.org. Through the years, this area has seen quite a few changes in the form of conversions of residences to businesses and sometimes converted these buildings to downtown ofces within walking distance to most of the city buildings and courthouse. One particularly interesting street is Bankers does not extend all the way to Atlantic Ave due This is one of my favorite places to park my car and stroll down amongst the buildings you can feel the history beneath your feet. Be sure to check out the statues that line The lot was recently outtted as an electronic charging station for electric cars as locals use alternative and greener means of transportation. currently little inventory according to the Multiple currently on the market, with some brokers listing them as commercial and others residential. an ofce but with all residential amenities still investment property, you may want to consider that can be used as home or ofce. Topping the by Kurt Lehmannwww.kurtlehmann.comreal estate NOW THATS WHAT I CALL LIVING IN A SCHOOL ZONE Cornell Museum at Old School SquareBy Ed Maass The Pineapple Staff Writer many questioning whether it was worth the ride. Much like riding a roller coaster, you climb higher and higher and think wow, getting up there, feeling excited, yet also anticipating the drop to come and wondering how scary it might be. As if this werent enough you also have the turns and curves that push and pull your body in three directions all at the same time, and then nally the ultimate plunge, which places your stomach up into your throat. While these feelings may be thrilling and fun when riding a roller coaster, they certainly are not when it comes to your investment Whether you have invested for decades or just You should also know that what ultimately happens in the investment arena is dependent upon underlying market and company fundamentals as well and sometimes more importantly Peoples Emotions. When an it goes down, we feel defeated. When it does nothing or is undecided, the uncertainty is almost as bad as the market going down. who might default and whether or not one or currency, which in turn impacts you as an investor. would be best served to try and control the one thing they can when it comes to investing emotion. You must try and remove emotion from the investment decision process and make goals and strategies. Psychologically, where might you be on the investment roller coaster, and have you ever experienced any of these feelings? UPBEAT I think the stock market offers me the best long-term potential for growth CONFIDENT Ive already made money. This is great. THRILLED Investing is easy. I think Ill help my brother with his 401(k) choices EUPHORIC I should quit my job and do this full-time! Look at the money Im making STARTLED I think I lost money this week NERVOUS What happened?? What is going on SCARED I didnt know it could drop so much DESPERATE Theres no point in selling now, Ive lost too much PANIC-STRICKEN I put all of our retirement money in aggressive investments. DEFEATED There goes our dreams of an early retirement. RESIGNED Ill have to start saving more and start cutting out some expenses HOPEFUL Things seem like theyre turning around. ENCOURAGED Im glad I held on and stayed invested. UPBEAT Over time, the stock market still offers me the best potential to accumulate wealth. There are a variety of emotions associated with investing, and having worked with all. That said, no matter where you might be on the investment roller coaster, here are a few simple rules to help smooth the ride. understand the specic investments held within your portfolio. long term. with your investment advisor to keep your portfolio on target. Ed Maass is a Certied Financial Planner, Chartered Financial Consultant, and Chartered Life Underwriter. Located in Delray Beach at 74 NE 4th Ave. Suite #3, you can contact him directly at 561-272-0663 or by email at Ed@physicianswealthcare.com BEEN THERE DONE THAT Public Librarys Dine Out For A Cause Centennial Style The Delray Beach Public Library began its popular: Dine Out For A Cause Centennial the Beach. The restaurant agreed to give a percentage of the evenings total revenue back to the The Celebrity Chef for the evening, Kerry Morrissey, Public & Community Relations Director at Mark your calendars for these upcoming Centennial Dine Out For A Cause events: To make your reservations please contact each of the restaurants. For further details visit
www.DelrayPineapple.com The Delray Beach Pineapple JULY 1-29 The Theater at Arts GarageCabaret VerbotenWed.-Fri. at 7:30 pm and Sat.-Sun. at 7 pm. Bold, provocative, and titillating, this show by Jeremy Lawrence explores Germanys Weimar era artscene, a hotbed of music, theater and art designed to use satire and irony to expose corruption and social injustice in the face of the Nazi machines insidious advance. www.artsgarage.com. Call for reservations 561-450-6357. 180 NE 1st Street. Red, White and Blues On The Ave (Formerly Art & Jazz) 6pm 10pm Get a jump on celebrating Independence Day beachside at A1A and Atlantic Avenue. Open Air Art Gallery. Music by national act Blues bands. Sponsored by Delray Beach Marketing Cooperative. For more info call 561-279-1380 x17 or visit www.julyfourthdelraybeach.com. Independence Day Celebrations at Atlantic Avenue and A1A from 8am. Sand sculpting contest. Beautiful baby bathing suit contest. Beergarden. Miniature golf on A1A, Fireworks at 9pm. For info visit www.julyfourthdelraybeach.com or call 561-279-1380 x17. Kevros Art Bar & Creative Incubators Five Year AnniversarySmoker Cook Out at 12pm & South Floridas longest running rockin blues band, The Fabulous Fleetwoods, start at 8pm and resume after reworks display. Bar open at noon. 116 SE 2nd Avenue; www.Kevroart.com or call 561-278-9675. Lifelong Learning Community Institute Summer Schedule Investigates Hobbies: What Your Handwriting Says About YouDelray Beach Public Library. Learn what handwriting reveals about character traits, personality, and compatibility with Ann Bedinger, 10:30am-12pm. Four classes for $45, or $20 per session. For more info visit www.delraylibrary.org or call 561-266-9490. Delray Beach Public Library Childrens Program: Oddball VaudevillePresented by Page Turner Productions. 2pm4pm. 100 West Atlantic Avenue. www.delraylibrary.org or call 561-266-9490 Independence Day Celebration! Come get your patriot on at NAKeD HAIR with a Star Studded Manicure and Pedicure. Let our Nail Specialist put some Red, White, and Blue on you. $50 Includes Stars & Stripes Nail Art & Free Cocktails We will be mixing up our famous Patriot Lady Triple Berry White Tea Thursday Night Family Night with Delray Yacht CruisesCome aboard and enjoy pizza, soda and ice cream for dessert! $24 for adults (12 & up), $19 for children (2-12 years old), reservations strongly suggested. www.delrayyachtcruises.com. 561-243-0686. All cruises depart from 801 East Atlantic Avenue (Veterans Park). Family Fun Programs: TanabataFree with paid admission, this family event incorporates legends of Japanese folklore and arts & crafts for a fun lled night of family fun and culture. TuesdaySunday, 10am 5pm. www.morikami.org. 561-495-0233. South Florida Symphony OrchestraSummer Chamber series at the Arts Garage at 7pm. For more info visit www.artsgarage.com or call 561-450-6357. 180 NE 1st Street. The Delray Beach Playhouse Childrens Theatre presents Willy Wonka, Jr. Shows on Saturday at 4:00pm and 7:00pm: Sunday at 1:00pm and 4:00pm. Tickets $15 for Adults, $12 for Students (18 and younger) With a cast of over 30 talented young actors (from 7 18 years old) from all over Palm Beach County, this lively show is sure to entertain children of all ages. Palm Beach Chamber Music 21st Summer FestivalSundays at 2pm, Crest Theater at Old School Square, 51 N. Swinton Avenue. Programs include works by Mozart, Brahms, Schubert, Bartok, and more. Reception with the musician follows all concerts. Tickets and information at www.pbcmf.com or call 800-330-6874. JULY 9 AUGUST 3 Kickin Arts CampMon.-Fri., 9am5:30pm, Old School Square, 51 N. Swinton Avenue. Four one-week sessions, for boys and girls, with a different theme each week led by a caring and creative staff. Fun activities include music, art/craft projects and creating a mini play. Friday showcases for family and friends each week. Bring lunch and a snack. For more info please visit www.oldschool.org or call 561-243-7922. Touched by the Sun: Writing from a Florida Point of View One installment of the Murder on the Beach Bookstores Summer semester of the FL Authors Academy at 273 NE 2nd Avenue. Workshop offered from 7pm-9pm. For more info, visit www. authorsacademy.com or call 561-279-7790. Yoga Retreat in Costa Rica. Hosted by Mari Rossi of Yoga Earth www.yogaearth.org $670 Includes, 5 Nights Deluxe Room Accommodations, Transportation to/from resort, Daily Meals and, of course, Yoga/Meditation each morning & Flow Yoga every afternoon. Contact Mari Rossi 561-374-3330 to learn more. www.nakedhairsalon.com/2012/YogaRetreatPuraVida2012.pdf 35th Annual Roots Youth Girls & Boys Basketball Camp. Village Academy. Registration fee $25. For more info visit www. delrayrootsfestival.org or call 561-860-2289. Lifelong Learning Community Institute Summer Schedule Investigates Hobbies: Creative Cake DecoratingDelray Beach Public Library. Join Baker Adina Serell of Adinas Cakery from 10:30am12pm in this beginners cake decorating class. Four classes for $45, for $20 per session. www.delraylibrary.org 561-266-9490.100 West Atlantic Avenue Delray Yacht Cruises Steel Drum CruiseTake in the sounds of the islands with the beautiful views of South Floridas Intracoastal Waterway! $18 per person, reservations strongly suggested. For more info visit www.delrayyachtcruises.com or call 561-243-0686. All cruises depart from 801 East Atlantic Avenue (Veterans Park). Complimentary Wine Tasting with real glasses! 5:30-7:30pm. Old Vines, Wine & Spirits, 900 E. Atlantic Avenue, Suite 3. For more info, visit www.oldvinesdelraybeach.com or call 561-276-2076. Sushi & Stroll Summer Walk Series5:30-7:30pm, $7 adults, $5 children, $2 for optional taiko drumming performance. Stroll the gardens at your own pace and try something delicious form the Cornell Caf. Morikami Museum, 4000 Morikami Park Road. Visit www.morikami.org or call 561-495-0233. Jazz Project: OrienteA sizzling mix of jazz, blues and soul driven by Afro-Cuban rhythms and a kicking brass section. Show at the Arts Garage at 8pm. Visit www.artsgarage.com or call 561-4506357. 180 NE 1st Street. Blue Bell Pirate WeekendSat., 7pm-9pm and Sun., 1pm-4pm, Cornell Museum of Art and American Culture, Old School Square, 51 N. Swinton Avenue. 10$ for adults, kids free with paid adult admission. Two family events lled with activities for pirates and princesses! Pirates & PJs on Saturday evening; Pirates/Princess Funday on Sunday afternoon. Visit www.oldschool.org or call 561-243-7922. Artists Alley Open Studios and Galleries 6:00 9:00pm All artists will be available to discuss their works. Painting...Pottery...Sculpture...Works of Art Subsequent dates are as follows....every Third Thursday of each month: Aug 16...Sept 20...Oct 18...Nov 15...Dec 20 The Delray Beach Bus LoopThe Bus Loop begins at The Delray Beach Public Library, 100 West Atlantic Avenue, at 6pm and runs until 11pm. Enjoy complimentary cocktails as you ride bus trolleys between restaurant locations. Fundraiser for The Milagro Center, The Spirit of Giving, and The Delray Beach Public Library. Registration on site or online, $25 and $20 respectively. Visit www.BusLoop.org or call 954-574-6000 or 561-266-0775. 35th Annual Roots Youth Girls & Boys Basketball Tournament Village Academy and Pompey Park. Registration is $275 per team. Deadline for registration is July 14th. For more info visit www.delrayrootsfestival.org or call 561-860-2289. Garage Blues: Matt Guitar Murphy & the Nouveaux HonkiesFamous for his iconic role in the Blues Brothers movies, Murphy is established as one of the baddest guitarists on the planet. Show at 8pm at the Arts Garage. Visit www.artsgarage.com or call 561-450-6357.180 NE 1st Street. Humor Me! Writing Funny Childrens BooksOne installment of the Murder on the Beach Bookstores Summer semester of the FL Authors Academy at 273 NE 2nd Avenue. Workshop offered from 10am12pm. Visit www.authorsacademy.com or call 561-279-7790. Special Event: Rachel Andes and FriendsBerklee College of music educated, Los Angeles born rocker turned Philly soul singer. Show at the Arts Garage at 7pm. Visit www.artsgarage.com or call 561-450-6357. 180 NE 1st Street. The Rejuvenating & Anti-Aging EventSkincare fair focusing on the latest trends in rejuvenating and anti-aging skincare. Aspire Skincare & Beauty, 10am6pm. 140 NE 2nd Ave, Suite 27; appt. only. To RSVP, call 561-504-3992 or visit www. aspirebeautystore.com. Centennial Dine Out for a Cause Event @ Sundy House RestaurantWith Celebrity Chef Michael Malone, from 6pm9pm. 106 South Swinton Avenue. Visit www.delraylibrary.org or call 561-266-0775. Lifelong Learning Community Institute Summer Schedule Investigates Hobbies: Origami/Japanese Gift WrappingDelray Beach Public Library. Learn about the cultural signicance of gift giving & the ancient art of Japanese gift wrapping with Reiko Nishioka, Director of Education Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens. 10:30am12pm. Four classes for $45, or $20 per session, passes may be purchased any time before the start of the class, space permitting. Visit www.delraylibrary.org or call 561-266-9490.100 West Atlantic Avenue Jazz Project: Lynne ArrialeJazz pianist renowned for her bright playing and introspective composition. Show at 8:00 pm at The Arts Garage. Visit www.artsgarage.com or call 561-4506357.180 NE 1st Street. EXHIBITS Fort Mose: Colonial Americas Black Fortress of Freedom Through July 29th. This exhibit from the Florida Museum of Natural History explores the history of Fort Mose, Americas rst legally sanctioned free black community. Based on ve years of historical and archaeological research at Mose and in Spain, the 500-square-foot exhibit explores the African-American colonial experience in the Spanish colonies, from the arrival of Christopher Columbus to the time of the American Revolution. This is a little-known story, and one that offers a powerful alternative image to slavery as the dominant theme in African-American history. Spady Cultural Heritage Museum. 170 NW 5th Ave. Museum admission $5 per person. For more info call 561-279-8883 or visit www.spadymuseum.org Ghosts, Goblins and Gods: The Supernatural in Japanese Art Through September 16th. View an array of paintings, prints, sculptural gures and masks depicting other worldly beings. Morikami Museum, 4000 Morikami Park Road. For more info visit www.morikami.org or call 561-495-0233. Ahoy Maitz! Pirates & Treasures!Through October 28 Cornell Museum of Art & American Culture, Old School Square, 51 N. Swinton Ave Tues.-Sat.,10:30-4:30 p.m.; Sun., 1-4:30 p.m. $10 general; $6 seniors; $4 students (13-21); $2 ages 4-12; free for ages 3 and under. This family-friendly exhibition celebrates pirates, myths and legends through the remarkable and imaginative paintings of celebrated artist, Don Maitz, who also created the original Captain Morgan Spiced Rum character. Guess the number of gold doubloons on our pirate ship, take an art-inspired treasure hunt, learn pirate fun facts and enjoy the childrens interactive gallery. For more info call 561-243-7922 or visit www.oldschool.org. Shark Month Through September 30th. Shark feedings at 10:30am Tues. Sat. 100 genuine shark and ray jaws, free fossil dig to nd a shark tooth, make your own fossil tooth necklace, take a photo in the giant megalodon jaw. Admission is $4 ages 3 and up. Sandoway House Nature Center, 142 S Ocean Blvd. For more info call 561-274-7263 or visit www.sandowayhouse.org. Delray Beach Public Library Art Exhibit: Acrylics by Ada Spircoff and Watercolors by Pat KaufmanJuly 28October 5. Come to the Delray Beach Public Library and view the beautiful Key West inspired paintings using two different mediums by two extremely talented women. Visit www.delraylibrary.org or call 561-2669490.100 West Atlantic Avenue. Please Send Your Calendar Listings To: Calendar@delraypineapple.com events calendar Delray Yacht Cruises ~ 2012 Summer Specials! 2-Hour Narrated Sightseeing Tours Tuesday-Sunday at 1:30pm $16 Adults/$14 Seniors & Children Discount Offer valid thru September 30, 2012 Cool Off this Summer with Delray Yacht Cruises at Night! Summer 2012 Cruises will take place from thru September 30, 2012. All evening cruises listed below will begin boarding at 6:30pm and will cruise from 7:00-9:00pm. Thursday Night is Family Night! Come aboard our yacht and enjoy Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza, Fountain Sodas and an Ice Cream Cone for Dessert! $24 Adults (12 & up), $19 Children (2-12 years old). Cruise Dates: July 5 & 19, August 2, 16 & 30, September 13 & 27. Steel Drum Cruises Join us as you take in the Sounds of the Islands with the beautiful views of South Floridas Intracoastal Waterway! Cruise Dates: July 12 & 26, August 9 & 23, September 6 & 20. $18 per person. Reservations Strongly Suggested. Friday Night Dinner Cruise Little Italy At Sea Buffet Dinner Cruise to Include: Caesar Salad, Chicken Piccata, Meatballs Marinara, Penne Alfredo, Dinner Rolls & Butter. Chefs Choice of Dessert, Coffee & Tea. $45 per person. Reservations Required. Saturday Night Sunset Cruise End your day or kick off your night on our 2-hour Sunset Cruise! Take in a beautiful Sunset as you have a cocktail from our full cash bar or enjoy a bite to eat from our Casual Dining Menu. $23 Adults/$20 Seniors & Children. Reservations Recommended. Call us at 561-243-0686 to reserve your space! www. delrayyachtcruises.com
The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com events calendar Monday, July 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30 Monday, July 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30 Thursday, July 5, 12, 19 & 26 Thursday, July 5, 12 19 & 26 Thursday, July 5 Saturday, July 7, 14, 21 & 28 Monday, July 9 & 23 Monday, July 9, 16 & 23 Tuesday, July 10 Wednesday, July 11, 18, & 25 Wednesday, July 11, 18 & 25 Thursday, July 12 & 26 Thursday, July 12 Thursday, July 19 Monday, July 23 Thursday, July 26 Thursday, July 26 ART EXHIBITS NO COMPUTER CLASSES THIS MONTH Download eBooks and audiobooks anytime, anywhere from library The Delray Beach Public Library at service being offered to patrons, allowing municipal.lib.overdrive.com. section of the librarys website, www. delraylibrary.org, check out with a valid library card, and download to PC, Mac, and many mobile devices, including iPod, iPad, Nook, automatically expire at the end of the lending period. There are no late fees! For further information on this service at the Delray Beach Public Library, please contact the visit the website at www.delraylibrary.org.
www.DelrayPineapple.com The Delray Beach Pineapple Floridas most popular tourist destinations is expanding its outreach to promote business meetings, conferences and even relocation. Working with former Delray marketing executive and current Delray website www.MeetinDelray.com. Delray Beach is a logical choice for business meetings and conferences, states Lipp. With a growing number of outstanding meeting facilities, as well as incredible amenities including restaurants, golf, tennis, a spectacular nightlife, and great weather, Delray Beach is an ideal location for businesses to hold their next meeting or conference. major airports, Delray provides a welcoming environment for business meetings with facilities large and small, historic and new. Delray is a great place to hold a business meeting, build a satellite ofce or relocate your entire company, adds former Mayor Perlman. We offer incredible facilities, along with one of the nicest beaches in the country. Lipp met Mayor Perlman during a presentation about a marketing theme he created a terric job attracting tourists and residents. Were just taking it to the next logical step by welcoming businesses to this great city, says Lipp. Meetings and conference locations are typically chosen based on facilities, amenities and climateand Delray has them all. MeetinDelray.com features information on the range of facilities available and points of interest, and links to other Delray sites that promote restaurants, entertainment and nightlife. Working with personnel at area facilities, Perlman, Lipp and their team will assist businesses in putting together meeting and conference packages that are tailored to individual companies and interests. Well take care of the details states Lipp, and the Delray climate and lifestyle will take care of everything else. Recently voted a nalist as the Most Fun Town in Florida, according to readers of Rand McNallys Best of the Road website, Delray Beach offers business meeting planners a great seat theater, an outdoor amphitheater with plenty of green space, large ballrooms, tropical was very much a part of Delrays impressive expansion, enhancing and upgrading the infrastructure, while helping to maintain the charm that has dened Delray for so long. Life really is better in Delray, says the former mayor. Bob Lipp discovered it as a connect with this great town. Today we are seeing the beginnings of the same sort of energy new hotels planned, and new restaurants and entertainment facilities joining a host of others in this warm and welcoming community. For additional information, and to plan your next business meeting, conference, or ofce relocation in Delray, visit www. WEBSITE LAUNCHED TO ATTRACT BUSINESS MEETINGS AND RELOCATIONLife is Better in Delray designed to hook planners The City of Delray Beach continues to meet its goal of continuously becoming a more green and sustainable community through environmentally friendly and energy efcient projects. Great strides have been made to protect the environment, conserve water, reduce costs and educate the public on the importance of sustainability. City is installing eighty Light Emitting Diode which use more electricity and require additional maintenance. The total project the Energy Efciency and Conservation The City of Delray Beach is expected signicant reduction in maintenance and replacement costs due to the extended LED LED lights have been installed. The project is City installs energy efcient street lighting along West Atlantic Avenue DELRAY BEACH, Fla.The community was invited out to the dedication ceremony feature installed at the West Atlantic Public by visual artist Cheryl Foster, is made of aluminum and glass, and incorporates imagery designed to portray the strength of Delrays original African American settlers. The design features a male and female in simple work clothes, springing from a central column, decorated with a variety of West African Adinkra symbols standing for values such as cooperation, adaptability, endurance and love. The male, shown casting a net to capture the bounty of the sea, represents the historical ocean sherman who shed at sea using small boat crafts. The female holds a sweetgrass basket full of fruits and vegetables, representing the agricultural skills of the early African American community. The art feature is the result of a call to artists issued by the Community Redevelopment the West Atlantic Redevelopment Coalition, the Public Art Advisory Board, and the community at large, narrowed the submittals down to three nalists, who then submitted detailed proposals. Committees recommendation. feature, which was placed at the northeast City of Delray Beach. For more information about the art feature, visit the CRA website at www.delraycra.org or contact the CRA ofce at contact the City of Delray Beach Parks & Delray CRA funds new public art feature for West Atlantic Plaza
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