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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com delray beach www.DelrayPineapple.com Your Downtown Delray Beach Community Newspaper OCTOBER 2012 The Pineapple DELRAY GREENMARKET RELOCATING TO OLD SCHOOL SQUARE PARKDELRAY BEACH, Fla.The Delray GreenMarket is relocating to the Old School Square Park in the Pineapple Grove Arts District for its 17th season, beginning Saturday, October 13. The move received nal approval from the City Commission last week. The market is an open-air weekend destination offering fresh produce, plants, baked goods, gourmet food items, and other unique fare from local vendors. With free live entertainment each week, and a variety of special events, the Delray GreenMarket is a fun, educational experience for the whole family. The park is the perfect place for the market, said GreenMarket Manager Lori Nolan. Its a beautiful spot in the heart of the downtown with lots of grass, tables and chairs, and even playground equipment for kids. The move will also provide the market with more space than its previous location on SE 4th Avenue. This season, the market will have space for up to 60 vendors, offering shoppers a wider variety of quality products. The Old School Square Park is located on NE 2nd Avenue, a half block north of Atlantic Avenue. Public parking will be available immediately north of the park, in the Old School Square Parking Garage, at the southwest corner of NE 2nd Avenue and NE 1st Street. The market will be open every Saturday through May 11, from 9am-2pm. To request a vendor application, contact GreenMarket Manager Lori Nolan at (561) 276-7511 or at greenmarket@delraycra.org. The Delray GreenMarket is a project of the Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency. For more information about the market, visit their website at www.delraygreenmarket.org. Two days of celebrity tennis at the Delray Beach Tennis Center and the Boca Raton Resort & ClubBOCA RATON, FL. The 23rd annual Chris Evert/Raymond James Pro-Celebrity Tennis Classic will be held October 26-28. The event will kick off with the Boxholder & Sponsor Cocktail Reception October 26 at the Boca Raton Resort & Club. Two days of Pro-Celebrity tennis will take place at the Delray Beach Tennis Center October 27-28. The annual star-studded Gala will feature an evening of fabulous musical entertainment and will take place Saturday, October 27 at the Boca Raton Resort & Club. For more than two decades, tennis legend and South Florida philanthropist Chris Evert, has hosted the event to help abused and neglected children in South Florida. Since the rst event in 1989, the Chris Evert / Raymond James Pro-Celebrity Tennis Classic has raised more than $20 million. Chris Evert Charities partners with the Ounce of Prevention Fund of Florida, a publicprivate partnership in conjunction with the state of Florida to raise money supporting programs for at-risk children. Among the celebrities scheduled to join Chris Evert and compete in the two days of tennis action are actors Tom Arnold, Jon Lovitz, Scott Foley, Alan Thicke, Kevin McKidd, Dean McDermott and Maeve Quinlan, former housewife of New York Jill Zarin, host of NBCs Today show Hoda Kotb, American Idol winner David Cook, tennis great Murphy Jensen, tennis Hall of Famer Martina Navratilova as well as many other greats from the world of tennis and entertainment. Past-featured participants have included Venus and Serena Willams, Matt Lauer, By Jamie Salen The Pineapple Staff WriterYou make a living by what you get, but you make a life by what you give. -Winston Churchill Delray Beach has developed a soaring reputation for its myriad of colorful venues offering the community culinary delights to match even the most sophisticated metropolitan dining districts. While our fair city has prospered since becoming a dining destination, as good old Churchill so austerely reminds us, success is truly measured by what we give back rather than by what we receive. One undisputable example of this philosophy at work comes in the form of an artsy eatery, named for the famous French art movement developed in the early twentieth century. Dada, located on the historical strip of N. Swinton Avenue, is not only known for its delectable menu and unique ambiance, the popular spot is also recognized for its charitable endeavors as well as its unwavering support of the local arts community here in Delray Beach. Opened in 2000 by President Rodney Mayo, Vice President Scott Frielich and Head Chef Bruce Feingold, Dada was rst intended as a coffee shop and artist hangout in the space now occupied by Brus Room. As Feingold tells it, Rodney Mayo had just left a visit to the proposed real estate sight and decided to walk to Docs All American for a quick burger. It was on his stroll that he spotted the nearly 100 year old house on the corner of N. Swinton Ave and 1st Street and knew immediately it Continued on page 6Chris Evert/Raymond James Pro-Celebrity Tennis ClassicContinued on page 3The Miracle League is a charitable organization that provides children with mental and/or physical challenges an opportunity to play baseball as a team member in an organized league. Their 2012 Fall Season begins Saturday, October 6th at Miller Park located at 1905 S.W. 4th Avenue in Delray Beach. Join Coach Julia Kadel and her husband Jeff at 2:00 pm for opening ceremonies, followed by two one-inning openers starting at 3:00 pm. For more information visit www.facebook.com/DelrayMiracleLeague. Dining icon champions community programs GIVING BACK Chef Chris Miracolo from Maxs Harvest in Pineapple Grove making sh tacos at the Green Market during Cinco de Mayo celebration. MIRACLE LEAGUE OF DELRAY BEACH FALL SEASON OPENSThe Delray Beach Marketing Cooperative is bringing Dinner in the Sky, an exclusive dining experience, to Delray Beach. 88 people (4 seatings of 22 people) will have the opportunity to dine, literally, in the sky at a table apparatus hoisted up 180 feet in the air. Caffe Luna Rosa and the new Union restaurant, Candysh, will be hosting and serving dinner in the sky that evening. Seatings at 5:30pm, 7pm, 8:30pm & 10pm. Tickets are $500 per person and include an exclusive pre and post party at the Dinner in the Sky site on the Great Lawn of Old School Square. Go to www.delraybeachdinnerinthesky.com or call 561-278-1380 x17 for more information. Delray Dinner in the Sky

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com 2nd ANNUAL DELRAY BASH TO BE HELD OCTOBER 6 AT OLD SCHOOL SQUARE PARKProceeds to benet the American Lung AssociationDELRAY BEACH, FL -Join Delray Beach magazine, Premier Beverage and the American Lung Association for the Second Annual Delray Bash on Saturday, October 6, 2012 from 7:009:30pm at Old School Square Park in Downtown Delray Beach. Proceeds generated will benet the American Lung Association. Attendees will have the chance to savor signature items from various restaurants throughout Palm Beach County along with wine tastings sponsored by Premier Beverage. There will be a wine and beer pavilion, a putting green and music from the band, Box of Rocks. Pre-sale tickets are $50 and guests must be 21 years old to attend. Tickets will be sold online at www.thedelraybash.com, by calling 561-659-7644 ext. 1601, or mailing a check to the American Lung Association, 2701 N Australian Ave. Ste 100, West Palm Beach, FL 33407. Tickets will also be available at-the-gate for $60. A ticket entitles you to unlimited food, beverages and entertainment from 7:00pm to 9:30pm. Restaurants participating include: 50 Ocean, Bistro Ten Zero One, Brus Room, Buddha Sky Bar, Caf Don Pablo, Cafe Luna Rosa, Chick-l-A, Dada, Havana Restaurant, Hoffmans Chocolates, Hollywood Cupcake, HoneyBaked Ham, La Fiesta Caf, Maxs Harvest, Natures Way Caf, Onli, Pizza Rustica, SoLita Italian, Sundy House, The Little House, The Melting Pot, The Ofce, Trulucks and Vic & Angelos, with the after party hosted at Union. Check www. thedelraybash.com for additional restaurants. Sponsors for this years Delray Bash are Barefoot Wine & Bubbly, Brown Distributing, Delray Beach magazine, Wild 95.5, Ed Morse Cadillac Delray Beach, Ed Morse Delray Toyota/Scion, McGladrey, Florida Blue, FPL, Hyatt Place Delray Beach, Kindred Hospital of the Palm Beaches, Voss Water, Sugarland Wind, LocalDines.com, LivingFla.com, Charity Dine, Puttn Around Delray Beach, The Buzz Agency, and Fast Signs of West Palm Beach. Executive Editor/PublisherJeffrey Diaz 561-299-1430 jd@delraypineapple.comCommunity RelationsGene Fisher 561-414-5067 gene@delraypineapple.comDirector of MarketingRyan Boylston 954-415-1895 ryan@delraypineapple.comFor Editorial:call: (561) 299-1430 e-mail: info@delraypineapple.comContributing WritersRigel Herman Kurt Lehmann Taryn Shea Loughran Ash Otocki Jamie Salen Ellen Thistle Drew Tucker Christalyn WarnerDistribution561-299-1430 info@delraypineapple.comPublished byThe Delray Beach Pineapple, LLC.455 NE 5th Avenue, Suite D-151 Delray Beach, Florida 33483 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. WELLNESS FESTIVAL PLANNED FOR DELRAY Delray Beach, FL., Delray Beach, recently voted the most fun small town in the US, also has a more serious side where tness, wellness and a health-oriented lifestyle are a way of life for the thousands of visitors and tourists who ock to downtown Delray Beach each year. One of those visitors and now part-time resident, Bob Lipp, a business marketing executive who has promoted tness events and enjoys an active lifestyle decided that Delray was the perfect place for a Wellness Festival. His concept, also caught the attention of former Delray mayor Jeff Perlman, and the two created WellFest Delray 2013 (www.WellFestDelray.com), an event scheduled for March 7, 2013, where the Expo will be held in Delray Beach Center for the Arts at Old School Square in the vintage gymnasium. Wellness is an all encompassing term, which speaks to a lifestyle that recognizes the importance of staying t, eating right, protecting the environment, and promoting mental and physical well-being, said Lipp. Its about feeding the body and the mind. When Jeff and I imagined an event that would support the diverse elements of Delray Beach and build on the communitys feel good vibe, wellness just made sense. Currently, the WellFest team, which now includes Sara Sloan, a Delray visitor and personal trainer who recently made Delray her permanent home, is talking to potential exhibitors and sponsors while considering other activities in nearby venues such as healthy cooking demonstrations, tness and/or yoga exhibitions, expert speakers on health and nutrition, as well as exercise and meditation forums, and more. The WellFest Delray 2013 website, www.WellFestDelray.com is currently set up to provide exhibitors and sponsors with instant information on exhibiting at the Old School Square gymnasium Expo, sponsoring the Expo, or sponsoring a custom event. For further information, visit the WellFest Delray 2013 website, email bob@meetindelray.com or call Bob at 561-921-5182. CELEBRITY TENNIS continued from page 1President George H. Bush and Jimmy Fallon. The annual Chris Evert ProCelebrity Gala will feature an evening of rst class musical entertainment, silent and live auctions, and dinner and dancing at the renowned Boca Raton Resort and Club. Past entertainers have included Natalie Cole, Gloria Estefan, Kenny Loggins, Kool and the Gang, The Commodores and Gladys Knight. Sponsors supporting the 2012 event include Raymond James Financial, Broward Health Chris Evert Childrens Hospital, City of Delray Beach, Boca Raton Resort & Club, Inspirations For Youth And Families, Printzilla, Ruths Chris Steak House Boca Raton, Rooms to Go, Rolex, Sun-Sentinel, Wyndham Deereld Beach Resort, Wyndham Hotel Boca Raton, Swiss International Air Lines, Nations Luxury Transportation, KenRose Catering, Hilton Garden Inn, Clear Channel Radio, The Seagate Hotel & Spa, Spring Hill Suites, Palm Beach Ice Works, Merle Wood & Associates, Esurance, WPEC-CBS 12 News, Delray Motors, Atlas Party Rental, Palm Beach Rattan and Botanical Bliss. Tickets for the tennis action and the Gala dinner are available through Chris Evert Charities at 561-394-2400 or www.chrisevert.org. General admission tickets are $20 per day. Individual day club seats (reserved seat with seat back) are $40 for each day, with Series tickets available for $70 for both sessions. Box ticket packages range from $175 to $900, with individual box seats for $90. Children age 10 and under are free if accompanied by a paid adult in the general admission section. Gala tickets are $750 each. For more information and schedules visit www.chrisevert.org. Chris Evert and John McEnroe

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www.DelrayPineapple.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple Sister Cities of Delray Beach to host 2012 Golf ClassicSister Cities of Delray Beach will host the 2012 Golf Classic, The Mayors Challenge, on Saturday, October 6th at the Delray Beach Golf Club, 2200 Highland Avenue. This is one of the major fundraising events for Sister Cities of Delray Beach with proceeds beneting its student exchange program. Registration begins at 7:15 am followed by an 8:00 am Scramble/Shotgun. At 1:00 pm, participants will attend an awards luncheon where prizes will be given for 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place Teams, Mens and Womens Long Drive and 50/50 on all Par 3s. The entry fee is $75 per person and hole sponsorships are available for $100. Registration forms are available at City Hall, 100 NW 1st Avenue, or can be downloaded from the website, www. sistercitiesofdelraybeach.com, by selecting Events on the home page. For more information, contact Donna Beldowicz at (561) 243-7011 or by E-mail at beldowicz@mydelraybeach.com. Library launches Young Adult Creative Writing Contest In honor of the Delray Beach Public Librarys Centennial Celebration the Librarys Young Adult Department in cooperation with Florida Atlantic Universitys Creative Writing Program is launching a Young Adult Creative Writing Contest open to all Middle School and High School students in Palm Beach County. The theme of the contest is Historical Fiction in the form of a short story or poem set in Delray Beach in 1913. Prizes include: the winners work will be published in a Delray Beach Public Library publication, recognition as the award-winner in local media, recognition on the Librarys website and in social media, a workshop with Frank McKinney (5-time international best-selling author) in his famous tree house, and merchandise from Levenger, tools for the serious reader. The deadline for entries in the form of a word.doc or pdf le must be submitted by e-mail to DBPLCentennialWritingAward@ gmail.com by February 28th, 2013, 11:59 p.m. Winners will be announced at the Librarys Centennial Birthday Bash on April 11, 2013. The contest will be judged by faculty from Florida Atlantic Universitys Creative Writing Program. Do the WRITE thing! Enter to WIN! For rules of entry and contest guidelines please visit www.delraylibrary.org or call the Young Adult Librarian at 561-819-6299. We look forward to the many submissions we hope to receive at.The Fifth Delray Beach Bus Loop set for Friday, October 5, 2012 Originally created in August of 2007 in Fort Lauderdale, the Bus Loop, a fundraiser for local charities will once again be coming to Delray Beach on Friday, October 5th, from 6:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m. All proceeds will benet The Delray Beach Public Library, The Spirit of Giving and Old School Square. The last Bus Loop in July netted each organization $2,500. Once again, The Bus Loop will involve some of the hottest Delray Beach venues. Participants can register and begin the Bus Loop at the tent at Old School Square on the corner of N.E. 1st Avenue & Atlantic Avenue beginning at 6:00 p.m. Some of the venues include: Boheme Bistro, Olios, Paddy McGees, Bostons, Sundy House, Bull Bar, Kevros Art Bar (Live Music), Pepes Hideaway, Hurricane Lounge, and DaDas. The evening will end with a Pizza Post-Event Party beginning at 10:30 p.m. at Hurricane Lounge. Upon check-in, participants will receive their Bus Loop cards and wristbands allowing them to ride on the trolleys all evening at no charge and to receive complimentary cocktails, appetizers and special featured items at participating locations along the route. The trolleys travel continuously so attendees can move at their own pace until 11:00 p.m. You can stay at each spot as long as you wish and dont need to hurry. Admission for the Bus Loop is a $25 donation at the door or $20 if prepaid online at www.BusLoop.org. For further information call 954-574-6000.Spady Museum asks for cable donations to provide youth servicesThe Spady Cultural Heritage Museum (www.spadymuseum.org) in Delray Beach seeks a community donation of $1,000, in order to underwrite cable/internet services for one year in its Williams Cottage at the Spady Museum, which houses the youth programs on its campus. Cable/internet service is necessary to provide educational services for the programs the museum offers to area youth. We can use the service for any number of programs, events and activities, said Museum Director Charlene Jones. We have plans to broadcast the Presidential debate that is scheduled at Lynn University later this year, which we see as a critical community event. We also have plans to record and broadcast cultural and artistic shows, which t into our mission. And from a fundraising standpoint, wed love to be able to host NFL and college football viewing parties for the fans and raise money for our youth programs. The museum is seeking a cash donation of $1,000 total and will accept smaller monetary donations that contribute toward this goal. If you can give $5, we welcome it. If you can give $100, we welcome that, as well, said Jones. Any amount, large or small, we welcome to be able to fulll our mission and make our campus more enjoyable, educational and useful to the community. The Spady Museum can accept cash, credit card and check donations. For more information or to donate, please call 561-2798883; email spadymuseum@spadymuseum. org or mail checks to: Spady Cultural Heritage Museum; c/o Cable/Internet for Youth Fund, 170 NW Fifth Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33444Over $1,000 raised for Trust at Summer Artists Series receptionPreservation Generation, a young networking and service group that supports history, nature and preservation in Delray Beach, concluded its successful three part (Sun-Sentinel) Spady Elementary School Technology Specialist Elizabeth Henry teaches Joshua Yao, Wyatt Oterson, Matthew Pearson and other members of the Spady Computer Club the basics of computer repair. The students will be cleaning and repairing old computers to be given to needy families in Delray Beach. The families will be able to take advantage of a new free wireless internet zone being set up in the city. Using $150,000 in city and CRA money, plus free PCs that will be distributed after reconditioning at select schools, Mayor Woodie McDufe is taking on the digital divide -and making the information superhighway accessible to kids who would not have been able to access it. pineapple slices

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com Summer Artists Series at Cacace Fine Art Gallery Aug. 22. More than 45 guests, including Delray Beach Commissioner Tom Carney, attended the reception. Donations at the door and a silent auction garnered over $1,000 to benet the Delray Beach Preservation Trust, a nonprot organization that effectively advocates for the historic and architectural heritage of the city of Delray Beach. Artist Vincent Cacace offered a giclee on canvas depicting 1940s Atlantic Avenue named Cruisin the Avenue for the silent auction with half the proceeds from the winning bid going to the Delray Beach Preservation Trust. Were so thankful to this group and so proud to know young people who have an interest in history and are working to support historic preservation in Delray Beach, said JoAnn Peart, president of the Delray Beach Preservation Trust. Attendees also enjoyed viewing the original oil paintings of Vincent Cacace, James P. Kerr and Valerie Vescovi as well as a special exhibit from the Delray Beach Historical Society called The Art of Architecture II, a look at the changes in Delray Beachs architecture. For more information, visit the website at www.preservationgeneration.org.Delray Beach 2012/2013 beach parking permits available for saleAnnual Beach Parking Permits may be purchased at the City of Delray Beach Utilities Customer Service Department, which is located in City Hall, 100 NW 1st Avenue, Monday thru Friday, from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm. The Annual Beach Parking Permit will be on sale for $90 plus tax ($95.40). Beach Parking Permits allow parking at any of the following beach parking lots Sandoway Park, Anchor Park, Ingraham Park, Orange Grove (just north of Atlantic Avenue on State Road A1A) and Atlantic Dunes North & South Lots without paying meter fees. Annual Permits are valid from October 1st to September 30th (fees are not pro-rated). In addition, Annual Senior Beach Permits will be available for $95 plus tax ($100.70) to all persons who are 62 years of age and older. The Senior Beach Permit provides for expanded parking opportunities above the Citys Annual Beach Parking Permit including parallel parking on Ocean Boulevard/State Road A1A, south of Miramar Street and north of Atlantic Avenue, without paying meter fees. The Annual Senior Beach Permit will be valid from October 1st to September 30th (fees are not pro-rated). Annual Beach Parking Permits may be purchased by residents and nonresidents. A valid drivers license and vehicle registration are required at the time of purchase. Permit stickers are not transferable and must be affixed to the front driver side windshield of the vehicle for which they are purchased. For additional information contact the Citys Utilities Customer Service Department at (561) 243-7108 or Scott Aronson, Parking Management Specialist, at (561) 243-7196 or E-mail aronson@ mydelraybeach.com. Kindermusik Fall/Winter SessionsParents that have been asking about Kindermusik classes at Veterans Park can come join the fun for the new 6-week Fall/ Winter Session. Children can experience the magic of music and explore many facets of the musical experience speaking, singing, moving, dancing, listening, creating and playing instruments, without the pressure to perform just the encouragement and guidance to stretch their boundaries with creativity and fun! When: Tuesdays, October 2 November 13 and November 27 December 18 Saturdays, September 29 November 17 and December 1 December 22. Residents: $96 Non-residents: $108 Class size limited. Register today www.brilliant-brains.com 561-243-7350 pineapple slices Sherry Heller of Delray Beach disembarks from the Ride & Remember Trolley Tour; a brochure funded by the State of Florida is being produced by the Spady Museum.The Spady Cultural Heritage Museum (www.spadymuseum.org) in Delray Beach has received a grant from the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Historical Resources to produce an illustrative brochure, detailing the history and features of the museums Ride & Remember Trolley Tour. The $7,000 grant will be used to create a brochure depicting the historic structures located within ve historic districts on the tour. The marketing piece will include information on the citys historic preservation efforts and promote the areas other historic tourism enterprises. The grant covers production of 5,000 copies to be distributed throughout the state. The Spady Museum is extremely excited and appreciative of the states investment in one of our most popular and enduring community programs, said Museum Director Charlene Jones. The Ride & Remember Trolley Tour is becoming a staple in Delray Beach and in Palm Beach County for where people who love history can come and have a wonderful two-hour experience, learning about what makes this city so distinctive and memorable. About the Ride & Remember Trolley Tour: Monthly, from 10 a.m. to noon, the tour takes riders through the citys ve historic districts. Riders will also disembark at select historic and garden sites for a closer look at the fascinating history of Delray Beach. For the 2011-2012 season, which spanned from October to May, the Ride & Remember Trolley Tour averaged 25 riders per tour, with a peak of 35 riders in February 2012 and 30 riders in January 2012. Due to its popularity, the tour has been extended to run all 12 months of the 2012-13 season. Ride & Remember Trolley Tour sponsors include Florida Power & Light, Waste Management, Del-Raton One-Hour Air Conditioning & Heating and Cartridge World. Trolley Tour dates for 2012-13 are: October 13, 2012; November 13, 2012; December 8, 2012; January 12, 2013; February 13 2013; March 9, 2013; April 13, 2013; May 11, 2013; June 8, 2013; July 13, 2013; August 10, 2013; September 14, 2013 The brochure has been nanced in part with historic preservation grant assistance provided by the Bureau of Historic Preservation, Division of Historical Resources, Florida Department of State, assisted by the Florida Historical Commission. For more information, call 561-279-8883 or visit www.spadymuseum.org. Floridas Bureau Of Historic Preservation awards Spady Museum grant to produce Trolley Tour BrochureDelray Beach Commissioner Tom Carney, Laura Simon, and Ernie Simon at Preservation Generation event held on August 22 at Cacace Fine Art Gallery. 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www.DelrayPineapple.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple was the perfect site for his newest venture. After coaxing by Feingold, the decision was made to move beyond the original coffee shop concept and use the converted home as a full scale restaurant. There are many things that set this particular eatery apart from so many others in downtown Delray Beach. For one thing, Dada is quite famous for serving their full menu until 2 am, 7 nights a week. The venue also boasts one of the tastiest menus in the neighborhood (my mouths waters just thinking of the famous Dada Dates). After learning of their countless works in the community, I am convinced this restaurant is much more than a fabulous menu in an extraordinary locale. Many may not know that the place to be on Thanksgiving is not in fact crowded around the dining room table with your extended family. In the spirit of truly giving back, Dada began their own holiday tradition in which every dollar earned from the sales of their Thanksgiving feast is donated directly to feed the homeless through Joshua House and Lords Place. We felt it was a creative way to encourage the community to do something to give back. Spending your Thanksgiving holiday at Dada is charity in itself, explains Feingold. While Thanksgiving only comes around once a year, the very special Tata-tini provides guests with a way be charitable for the entire month of October. This very special cocktail is part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. All proceeds from the inspired martini are donated to the cause. Dada will also participate in the annual Key to the Cure event held at Saks Fifth Avenue to benet breast cancer research at Jupiter Medical Center. Over the last year, this unique restaurant has participated in a number of other off-site charity events that bring awareness and resources to South Florida causes. This past July, Chef Bruce Feingold represented Dada and Delray Beach at the 25th Anniversary Year of Share our Strength, Taste of the Nation in Miami. The special event featured the best local chefs and their fare in order to raise money to end world hunger. Dada also participates in the March of Dimes Signature Chefs & Wine Extravaganza each year in support of healthier babies. This month (October), Dada will be a part of the American Lung Association benefit, Savor, Sips, Suds & Spirits, held at Old School Square. They are also in the process of planning a fundraising event for Bethesda Hospital Pediatric Wing with Spa Eleven. While all of these creative charity events provide a benet to the community, Dada has also been known to step in on a moments notice in support of communities around the world who have suffered a major disaster. This Delray Beach establishment donated $24,000 to Haiti after their tragic earthquake and they also donated signicant funds to victims of the tsunami in Japan. While bringing awareness to great charitable causes as well as fundraising for them is admirable in itself, Dada also makes a real effort to support our communitys quest to build a lasting economy in arts and culture. Not only does the restaurant host local musicians, poets, comedians and performance artists weekly, they have also hosted hair shows and fashion shows. There are so many types of expressive art out there and some are more neglected than others. We want Dada to be a truly creative space and I am really proud of a lot of the artistry that has come out of here over the years, explains Feingold. You dont have to catch a performance to appreciate the arts at this venue. Feingold and his partners have even offered up their walls to up-and-coming fine artists in the area. What better way to encourage and support local fine artists than to provide them with a place to exhibit, says Feingold. What impressed me the most about this local Delray Beach restaurant is their dedication to supporting what this community believes is important. With the overwhelming success of the dining industry in downtown Delray Beach, not every establishment proves its devotion to the health and strength of our community. Sometimes with success comes complacency and it becomes easy to lose sight of those around you who are still in need. After 12 years of continued success, Dada still chooses to give back to the community and there is no doubt that it is their integrity and willingness to share that will keep them at the top.GIVING BACK continued from page 1 What better way to encourage and support local ne artists than to provide them with a place to exhibit. Head Chef Bruce Feingold DELRAY BEACH, FL The Downtown Delray Beach Craft Festival returns Saturday and Sunday, October 6 7, from 10:00 am 5:00 pm and will feature the work of some of the countrys leading crafters. A full spectrum of craft art mediums will be on display and for sale with prices ranging from as little as $3 to $3,000. Festival goers can expect to see folk art, pottery, handmade jewelry, wall hangings, ceramics and paintings, to personalized gifts, handmade clothing, scented soaps and body products; all items have been handcrafted in America. All crafters will be present for the duration of the show, available to discuss their art and inspiration. The festival will take place along 4th Avenue, one block north and south of Atlantic Avenue, in Downtown Delray Beach. A portion of the proceeds benets the Delray Beach Downtown Development Authority. Admission is free and open to the public. This is just one of the many juried events that American Craft Endeavors and Howard Alan Events bring to Downtown Delray Beach each year including the citys signature Downtown Delray Beach Festival of the Arts which takes place in January and the Thanksgiving Weekend Art Festival in Pineapple Grove along with many craft shows at various locations around town. In order to ensure a superior event with quality affordable original crafts and an array of artistic media, all of the local and national crafters have been hand-selected from hundreds of applicants by American Craft Endeavors. 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www.DelrayPineapple.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple P P P 2nd St. 1st St. 4th St. 3rd St. 1st St. 5th Ave. 3rd Ave. 1st Ave. 1st Ave. 3rd Ave. 95 Trick-or-Treat in the shops and restaurants along Atlantic Avenue and Pineapple Grove and then line up at Old School Square for the parade to Veterans Park.

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com P P P 2nd St. 1st St. 4th St. 3rd St. 1st St. 5th Ave. 3rd Ave. 1st Ave. 1st Ave. 3rd Ave. 95 Trick-or-Treat in the shops and restaurants along Atlantic Avenue and Pineapple Grove and then line up at Old School Square for the parade to Veterans Park.

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www.DelrayPineapple.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple dine out Atlantic Avenues only rooftop dining experience will soon offer guests a brand new view: from the rst oor. Buddha Sky Bar is expanding their infamous Asian Fusion restaurant to 10,000 square feet with a threemonth renovation that includes the rst and second oors of 217 East Atlantic Avenue. To be completed by early November, the new rst oor space, aptly titled Buddha Garden, will allow the restaurant to serve more Buddha fans than ever. After being open for just over a year and seeing the amount of success and devoted customers weve attained, we felt as though this was the perfect time to take Buddha Sky Bar to the next level, said owner, Christopher Licata. We want to enhance the guests experience, give them something new and continue to exceed their expectations when it comes to unparalleled cuisine and one-of-a-kind atmosphere. PDT International is the design company behind Buddha Garden. Their plans for the space include a new sushi and sake bar, waterfall and living walls. Buddha Garden will also offer indoor and outdoor bars, including one that opens up to Atlantic Avenue. Guests can expect more of a late night lounge feel on Fridays and Saturdays as well. Nature inspired the design of this Chinese-Japanese fusion restaurant, where many details are tied to one of the four elements of nature: Earth, Water, Air & Fire, said Senior Designer at PDT International, Joy Lynskey. Red, gold and chocolate combine with textural materials of Asian inuence to create a warm environment that coordinates with the Buddha Sky Bar upstairs while allowing the Buddha Garden to have its own special identity. In addition to the 96 seats that the intimate third oor currently holds, Buddha Sky Bars second oor will be open for private parties, hosting 110 people in total. There will be customizable conference rooms available with direct access to multimedia, leaving the space open to corporate or holiday events from groups of 8 to 60. Buddha Sky Bar prides itself on providing an exceptional experience for parties of any size and look forward to the expansion of their corporate event offerings. Buddha Garden will seat 120 guests and offer a completely different atmosphere than Buddha Sky Bar, while serving the same cuisine that earned them Open Table Diners Choice Awards for Top Asian Restaurant in Southeast Florida and Palm Beach County Hot Spot. Weve got some incredible staff and a concept that you cant nd anywhere else in the area, General manager, Damian Burke said. Its the same great experience and food, but the expansion will offer guests minimal wait time, if any at all. Second oor renovations are expected to be complete by the beginning of October, while Buddha Garden will be nished by early November. For more information on Buddha Sky Bar, visit www.BuddhaSkyBar.com.BUDDHA SKY BAR TO EXPAND TO THREE FLOORSThe Delray Beach Librarys Lifelong Learning Community Institute, located at 100 West Atlantic Avenue kicks off its Fall 2012 semester with an exciting symposium on food on Saturday, October 20 from 8:30am 2:30pm. For the second year in a row, the Library will present: Food! Cuisine, Culture & Community. Attendees will take an in-depth look at food from many different perspectives. The symposium features a variety of outstanding local experts in the eld. Participants will enjoy workshops and cooking demonstrations on such topics as: Breakfast: The Healthy Start to the Day with Chef Rey De La Osa; A Brief History of Food Writing: Why Read When You Can Eat? with A. Papatya Bucak, Associate Professor English & Creative Writing, FAU; Restaurants & Todays Diners with Food Journalist Jan Norris; From Farm to TableFrom Farm to School with former Chef & food distributor Eric Hahn; and Feelings & Food What Are We Hungry For? with syndicated columnist and author Ellen Kanner. The Moderator for the day will be Ann Bocock, Journalist and former Moderator & Host of WXEL Florida Forum. Breakfast will be provided by Publix & Publix Aprons Cooking School and the day will also include Food Tasting Tables provided by Buddha Sky Bar, Caff Luna Rosa, Historic Hartman House, Maxs Harvest, Orchid Tea Room, Puccinis Pizzeria, The Green Gourmet, and Ziree Thai & Sushi. Rafe prizes include dinner for six provided by Chef & restaurateur John Paul, Gift Basket provided by Basket O Books and many restaurant gift certicates. You wont to miss this fantastic day! Cost for the entire day is only $25 per person and pre-registration is required. For further information, to receive a brochure, to learn about the line-up of Fall 2012 classes or to register visit www.delraylibrary.org or call the Library at 561-266-9490. The Food Beat.Com is Delray Beachs very own online food network. The Food Beat produces entertaining and insightful programs that feature Delray Beach restaurants, coffee houses, bars, entertainment venues, caterers, events, and bakeries. The Food Beat is also building the most unique and powerful food and entertainment search engine, all in Hi Denition Video. Its all food...all Delray Beach...all fun. Editors Note: The Unknown Diner provides Food Beat viewers with the denitive approval of Delray Beach restaurants. Due to events that took place with an organized crime ring in Paris, France in 2011, he disguises his identity and refuses to speak. Despite his egocentricities and mysterious mannerisms, The Unknown Diner is revered for his discriminating pallet. When asked to write a review for a recent visit to Dada, he declined, but allowed us (The Food Beat) to view his legal pad containing the notes he took during his dining experience. We have taken those notes, and added our interpretations to provide this review. Target Restaurant: Dada 52 N. Swinton Ave, Delray Beach 561.330.3232 Open 7 days a week: 5pm to 2 am Unknown Diner: Atmosphere... Heterogeneous The Food Beat: UD recognizes Dada as a place where unique forces come together to provide a festive and somewhat different dining ambiance. The outdoor seating area is unlike any in the area, complete with brick pavers, trees and lanterns. The house turned restaurant is cozy with a generous dose of hip. Unknown Diner: Staff... Idiomatic The Food Beat: Apparently, Unknown is pleased with the way Dada allows its staff to be who they are. Friendly and skilled comes in a wide range of styles at Dada, thus adding to the welcoming ambiance. He did not feel out of place or feel unwelcome at any time during his visit. (This is not usually the case) Unknown Diner: Service...Bonhomie The Food Beat: Unknown thought the level of service at Dada was exceptional and gracious. His waiter, Jason, was knowledgeable, respectful and prompt. Unknown Diner: Menu... Promethean The Food Beat: He could have easily said pure genius, but his arrogance prompted the use of yet another word with an alarming number of syllables. Not only is the Dada menu diverse, it is priced so anyone can enjoy it. The appetizers often serve as a meal in themselves...the baked brie and the Ahi Tuna Tartar are house favorites and Unknown is particularly fond of the Dada dates wrapped in bacon. Choosing his entree proved to be a conundrum. Unknown had visited Dadas website prior to arrival and had narrowed his choices to four amazing dishes; Habanera Glazed Salmon, Crab Cakes, Desi Burger or Beas Meatloaf. Just before he was ready to make his selection, his waiter Jason made a most unusual suggestion. You should really try the Butternut Squash Ravioli. Rarely would Unknown consider a dish vegetarians would eat, but he had come to trust Jason and took a leap of faith. He wasnt disappointed. The ravioli was tender and slightly sweet with a rich cream sauce that screamed opulent. The dish also featured freshly steamed asparagus that proved to be the perfect companion for this sensational dish. After nishing every last bite, Jason told him the dish could also be served with chicken and bacon. This too little too late information had a negative impact on Jasons tip. Unknown Diner: Bar... Damn! The Food Beat: At last. Unknown drops his pretentiousness and tells it like it is. He has just taken his rst sip of Dadas signature Mojito, made with fresh mint and muddled to perfection. Dada has a full bar and the nest Mojitos and Long Island Ice Teas in north America. Unknown Diner: Intangibles... Fanciful The Food Beat: Unknown loved the fact that Dada serves its full menu until 2:00 AM every night of the week. He was also impressed with the nightly entertainment ranging from live music to poetry. Unknown Diner: Bottom Line... Fork up. Way up. The Food Beat: The Unknown Diner highly recommends Dada. Log on to www.thefoodbeat.com to see the Unknown Diners visit to Dada. Make sure you stick around to the end to hear the incredible ghost story as told by Dada management. New restaurant The Grove opening soon New to NE Second Avenue in Pineapple Grove comes The Grove a new restaurant offering up comforting upscale food and wine, with a sprinkling of Southern hospitality. The beverage program, driven by boutique, small production wines is rounded out by craft beers and winebased cocktails. Warm, rustic inuences with modern accents ll the interior and hint at the offerings to come from the ever evolving menu . where rustic cuisine becomes more creative.The Unknown Diner visits Dada Milagro Center honors Art Works 4 Food for their Fresh Fruit programArt Works 4 Food received the Milagro STAR plaque for their participation in the Fresh Fruit Program. The group delivered fresh healthy fruit to the 70 children at the Milagro Center for 10 weeks this summer, as well as to the C.R.O.S. Ministries Summer Camp program at St. Pauls Episcopal Church and the Boys & Girls Club of Delray Beach for a total of 5000 pieces of fresh nutrition. Photo from left to right: Roz Gatewood, Director of Art Works 4 Food; Gina Genovese, Executive Director of Milagro Center; and Lana Pugliese, Community Relations with Art Works 4 Food.

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com SoLita Italian Restaurant & The Parlor Lounge adds a sexy dinner and late-night air to the already happening downtown Delray scene. The delectable menu of Italian favorites offers only the nest hand-picked ingredients inspired by warm memories of Italian kitchens and the countrys unforgettable avors tomatoes, pancetta, garlic and other herbs. The extraordinary selection of seafood, veal, and pasta entrees are bursting with avor and will satisfy any discriminating palate. SoLita Delray boasts an exotic lounge area which adjoins the main room, perfect for the amazing late-night scene and for the weekend crowds that come for live music. Located at 25 NE 2nd Avenue in Delray Beach, SoLita Italian Restaurant & The Parlor Lounge is open for dinner Sunday-Wednesday from 5:00pm 11:00pm and Thursday-Saturday from 5:00pm 2:00am. The Parlor Lounge stays open to 2:00am on Thursday through Saturday. Happy Hour is from 5:00pm 7:00pm, featuring $5.00-$7.00 drinks and appetizers. For more information, please visit www.solitaitalian.com or call SoLita Delray at 561-899-0888.SoLita Italian Restaurant & The Parlor Lounge will be featuring their signature Watermelon Martini the entire month of October in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. A portion of the proceeds from each drink will be donated to the Susan G. Koman Foundation. FLAVORProceeds to be used to help feed healthy food to at-risk children in Palm Beach County. DELRAY BEACH, FL. On Wednesday, October 24 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Maxs Harvest in Delray Beach, Art Works 4 Food will be the rst not for prot organization in Florida to utilize Augmented Reality to bring art to life while also bringing the awareness and funds needed to ght the childrens hunger epidemic in Palm Beach County. In recognition of National Food Day and in support of the organization he founded, Anthony V. Pugliese, III, will merge one of his own paintings into a new reality Augmented Reality. This will be one of the rst Augmented Experiences in Florida. Augmented Reality, a cutting edge technology, is the layering of digital information onto real life objects and places. These digital content layers are then viewable with computers or smartphones and may take the form of text, video, or images. According to Pugliese, This new technology blurs the line between whats real and whats computer-generated by enhancing what we see, hear and feel. Guests who join us at Maxs Grill on October 24th will experience my artwork in a new reality and get a chance to help feed the children in our community who go hungry each and every day. Pugliese encourages attendees to download the free app at www.artworks4food. org and to bring their iPhone, iPad or Android, as this is an interactive art event. Event attendees will also be treated to delicious food and drink, which is taken to the level of its own art form when prepared by Chef Chris Miracolo of Maxs Harvest in Delray Beach. Maxs Harvest is proud to support the efforts of Art Works 4 Food on National Food Day and hopes that their efforts will bring awareness of the nationwide celebration and movement for healthy, affordable and sustainable food, says Miracolo. Palm Beach County has witnessed a nearly 200% increase since 2009 in the number of people receiving food stamps and more than 50% of its children are on a free or reduced lunch program. One in three households with incomes less than or equal to $35,000 ran out of food before they had money to buy more. Many of these children have diets consisting of cheap, salty, overly processed packaged foods, high calorie sugary drinks and fast foods made of white bread, fatty grain fed factory farmed meat and french fries. Art Works 4 Food works to supply these children access to nutritious food. Through their programs of serving over 5,000 healthy snacks this past summer to local organizations and an upcoming partnership with C.R.O.S. Ministries to create a Nutritional Knapsack program which will feed school children healthy alternatives on weekends during the school year, Art Works 4 Food has just begun to make a difference. Tickets ($30 advance/$40 event day) may be purchased online at www.artworks4food. org or by calling 561-454-1616. To learn more, volunteer or sponsor an Art Works 4 Food program or event, please contact Executive Director Roz Gatewood at 561-271-8102 or rgatewood@artworks4food.org. Art Works 4 Food Augmented Reality art fundraiser dine out By Christalyn Warner The Pineapple Staff WriterDelray Beach local Christina Betters, owner of Christinas Restaurant in Pineapple Grove, has kept her momentum through all of Downtowns many changes. The consistency in her point of view over the years has earned her the local following she has today. Christinas breakfast and lunch niche is exactly what Delray needs, as is obvious by the steady stream of patrons through her doors. Her history may surprise, being that she is on her fourth Delray location to date. Christinas Greek heritage and family background of owning diners has made the grueling restaurant industry somewhat like home for her. You can see her heritage strewn about her menu, Spanikopita with Greek Salad and Avgolemono soup are just a few menu items that infuse Greek avors and pay homage to her roots. Having lunch at Christinas is a sure treat. I love the California veggie melt and her soup is to die for. The lemony chicken soup has such depth. Where else can you nd a soup that people come in for when they are under the weather? Some of Christinas customers have a longstanding history of coming in for the Avgolemono when their children arent feeling well. And breakfast at Christinas is always Fantastic. The Egg White Omelet with spinach, tomato and feta is my personal favorite. I dont know how she does it, but I order that omelet often and it is uffy and perfect every time. The Twilight Burrito, eggs and cheese wrapped in a our tortilla and served with sour cream and salsa, simply amazing. And for the sweet tooth who loves morning pancakes and french toast, her Banana Cinnamon Nut French Toast will send you over the moon. Right about now you might be asking yourself, what is Christinas history? Well before the Christinas we now know and love on 2nd Avenue in Pineapple Grove, Christina was once the head server at Peters Stone Crabs. This is where she got her start on Atlantic Avenue, and for those of you who have a long running love affair with Atlantic Ave., you know that Peters used to be in the location where Gol! Brazilian Steakhouse now resides. After her long stint at Peters, she then moved onto her rst restaurant venture. This caf was in the location of the Atlantic Starbucks next to The Ofce, named Twilight Caf. For those of you who dont know, it was a small caf serving breakfast, lunch and Italian style dinner on the weekends. After spending what were a few years at Twilight, Christina then moved over to Gleason Street Caf near the beach. She took over the already established business and maintained it long enough for people to walk into Christinas and still talk about some of the Gleason Street fare. Like the cashew chicken salad, which can be found on her menu even today. With the success of Gleason behind her, Christina decided to go a little bit bigger. An idea was born, in that little pocket on the east side of 2nd Ave., where Solitas and House of Siam are Located. This is where the original Christinas rst opened. It was located next to Solitas when it was Kyoto, that delicious restaurant with amazing sushi. The original Christinas is where her menu really took shape and her signature dishes ourished, like the Avgolemono soup, the California Veggie Melt, and those deliciously uffy omelets. Her loyal breakfast and lunch crowd know these signature dishes well. When it comes to consistency, she is on it. Breakfast has to be one of the most difcult meals to execute properly and she does it with nesse. There is a lot to be said about a woman who owns her own restaurant and cooks in it everyday. Christina has a lot of heart and passion for food and it shines through in each delicious bite. After ve years at her original location, Christina felt her restaurant was a little too big for her liking. She closed her restaurant and after a little hiatus, the New Christinas was built, in the little shopping plaza in Pineapple Grove. Where the mimosas are always delicious and the coffee cups have great sayings. This restaurant has charm and food you can count on being cooked to perfection every time you come in. May Christinas stay for a long time. . her food is just that good!Follow a local fave: Christinas

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www.DelrayPineapple.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple How safe is marijuana, really?After decades of widespread casual use, and now after a number of states legalizing use for medicinal purposes, the use of marijuana has increasingly become perceived as safe. Is this perception accurate, or is it a fantasy that has been fostered by nostalgia, urban folklore, the drug culture, and the multi-million dollar dispensary industry? Lets take a step back and try to take in the whole picture. It is important to understand that a number of recent trends have greatly affected the risk prole of marijuana. The rst major change involves the rising concentrations of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). The levels of THC currently seen in higher grades of marijuana are 40 times greater than the levels seen in the late 60s (Woodstock pot is a common reference point). This is the direct result of advanced growing and procurement techniques, which have systematically increased the levels of THC in professionally raised marijuana. Most people see this as a positive result of applied botanical science. The problem here is what is called the dose effect. As the potency of this drug increased over time, a number of thresholds of toxicity have been exceeded. A good analogy would be a comparison to beer. One beer will not due much to cause injury to an adult. Four to six beers would cause a signicant degree of inebriation in the average individual. Forty beers consumed at once however, would cause alcohol poisoning and probably death in many cases. Marijuana has not become a common direct cause of death but has become a signicant cause of major psychiatric complications including depression, anxiety and most alarmingly psychosis. The anxiety and depression problems resulting from THC consumption are nothing new, but they are much more common now. The psychosis severity and frequency is something that is a more recent development though. I personally have treated 14 cases of THC induced psychosis in just the last 3 years. Many other addiction specialists have had similar experiences. The psychosis consists of intense auditory hallucinations, paranoid delusions, and a number of bizarre behaviors that are completely out of character for the individual. The condition resembles Schizophrenia but is usually more difcult to treat. Some of these cases may very well be Schizophrenia that was triggered by the THC, but the total number of cases exceeds the usual incidence of this disease and they all follow heavy pot use. Most of these individuals are not even addicts, just recreational users. All who have suffered this complication have experienced a major decline in functional capacity, often becoming permanently disabled. The prognosis for this condition is very poor. Similar presentations can result from contaminated marijuana. The intentional contamination of marijuana is another growing trend among the purveyors of illicit substances. Many drug dealers spike their marijuana with more addictive drugs, such as cocaine, crystal meth and heroin, to create cross-addictions to substances that generate higher overall prots. Aside from creating these crossaddictions, the contaminants cause a number of other major complications such as seizures, tic and movement disorders, depression, anxiety and psychosis. When complications develop, it is often difcult to distinguish if the cause was the THC or an undetected adulterant. Sometimes the extra ingredients can be detected on a drug test. Many other chemicals such as formaldehyde are frequently added and also cause neurological complications. In addition to all of the neurological problems caused by THC, a host of psychological consequences have arisen from all of the recent trends. The legalization of marijuana in some states has fostered a perception that the drug is very safe, especially among adolescents. I have had countless Florida teens tell me openly yeah but pot is legal. This has led to more experimentation at an earlier age. The young human brain that is not fully developed is exquisitely sensitive to the negative effects of drug use. The increased early marijuana use in turn has facilitated more experimentation with more addictive drugs. Experimentation with addictive drugs reliably leads to addiction in many cases. The net result is a worsening of the nations drug problem, especially among the younger generation. The surge in drug use has been so prominent in Palm Beach County that the Delray Center For Healing has developed and launched a new outpatient drug treatment and relapse prevention program for adolescents to address this growing epidemic. This information is relevant to all segments of the population, but will most likely be received by parents and grandparents. If you are a parent or grandparent, it is important to realize that the marijuana you may have tried in the past was very different than what is available now. Your experiences did not carry the same risks that your children and grandchildren face today. It is important to understand the differences when discussing this topic with your family. Regardless of what your opinion of marijuana use actually is, it is of greatest importance to base that opinion on the most complete foundation of information that is available to you. For more information on the Delray Center Orchid Program, visit www.dcorchid.com Dr. Raul Rodriguez Delray Center For Healing 403 SE 1st Street, Delray Beach, FL 33483 by Dr. Raul Rodriguez DELRAYS DOWNTOWN DOCTOR DELIA WEISS, M.D.

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com Free event at the Conde CenterThe Conde Center for Chiropractic Neurology presents a free event Did you know that there are foods that cause inammation and create conditions like high cholesterol, hypertension and make neck and back pain worse? Find out what those foods are and how you can eat a more anti-inammatory diet. This workshop is being presented by Dr. John Conde and Coach Julia Kadel on Wednesday, October 17 at 6:30pm and is free of charge to all guests. Coach Kadel will share: Receive a therapeutic food guide, healing recipes, and food sampling. Coach Julia Kadel is a Board Certied Nutrition Counselor who works with individuals eager to improve the quality of their lives using nutrition. Coach Kadel also counsels patients on dietary strategies that can reduce inammation, decrease the risk for many chronic diseases, and improve mood and energy levels. Call 561-330-6096 to RSVP to this event. The Conde Center is located at Atlantic Grove, 401 W. Atlantic Ave., Suite 014 in Delray Beach. *Seating is limited.Stepping into the Path of DreamsJoin the Delray Beachs Duncan Conference Center for their 2-day Labyrinth Retreat Stepping On To the Path of Dreams. The labyrinth is an ancient tool for self discovery a walking meditation. Over the course of 2 days you will enjoy, a candlelight labyrinth walk, a burning bowl ceremony, dream sharing, solitary labyrinth meditation, journaling in nature, a sacred object meditation, connecting with the creator within, creating your own labyrinth, reconnecting with the world, a labyrinth meditation and taking the dream into the world. The weekend will be facilitated by Sara Dochterman, LCSW, and Gail Chewning, PhD., LCSW. Dochterman is a psychotherapist in private practice. She is a Veriditas Certied Labyrinth Facilitator and has facilitated walks for many groups, particularly clients in treatment for substance abuse. Chewning is an associate professor of Social Work at Florida Atlantic University. She has been a psychotherapist for 25 years. She too is a Veriditas Certied Labyrinth Facilitator and has held many walks in the area. When: Friday, Oct. 5 6, 2012 Registration 5:30 p.m. Where: Schoeld Chapel, Duncan Conference Center, 15820 S. Military Trail (just north of Linton) in Delray Beach Cost: Commuter $75 per person Overnights stays: Double Occupancy $125 per person Single Occupancy $155 per person Includes 3 meals Register online at www.duncancenter.org or call 561-496-4130 About the Duncan Conference Center Duncan Conference Center is located on ve serene tropical acres and welcomes over 500 diverse groups a year. It was built in 1985 by the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida as a Conference Center. It has meeting spaces for up to 200 people, an outdoor labyrinth, a beautiful chapel with indoor labyrinth, meeting spaces, lodging for up to 80 people, a dining room and a pool. health & tness Duncan Center Labyrinth facebook.com/loosenupmassage Visit our website for more details: 1-hour Massage $49Existing massage clients take 15% off their next session w/ad. (may not combine with any other offers) Open House Delicious Raw Food Treats Meet our therapists & teachers. Learn about upcoming classes & workshops including Qigong, Reiki, Yoga & more Free Chair Massage Since 1996Pilates Monday 6pm mat class with Trisha Berger Beginners welcome! Qigong & More classes & Workshops coming soon! YOGA Buy 1 ClassGet 1 FREEMust use both classes within 7 days New Clients only exp. 10/31/12 MASSAGE THERAPIES

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www.DelrayPineapple.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple destinations Have you snorkeled a 100 year old ship wreck? Have you been on a Hobie Cat or sailboat recently? How about paddleboarding or kayaking? All this and more is available right here at Delray Beach Watersports. Located along the South side of A1A, this company has established itself as Delrays premier location for fun on the beach. Delray Beach Watersports, owned and operated by Albert Richwagen, was an integral part in showing USA Today and Rand McNallys Best of the Road team why Delray Beach is the Most Fun Small Town in America. They treated our visiting travelers to the best Delray has to offer, from sailing the crystal waters of the Atlantic to snorkeling the 100 year old ship wreck just twenty feet from shore. Richwagen helped Delray show its true colors, which incidentally are varying shades of turquoise and aquamarine. Unbeknownst to many Delray residents, this company has transformed the beach experience. Walking towards their alcove on Casuarina Road and A1A can only be compared to stepping into a Beach Boys music video. A thatched roof tiki umbrella casts shade over relaxing beach chairs next to the rental stand. This is where it all begins. From surng, paddle boarding and boogie boarding to windsurng, kayaking and snorkeling, they truly have it all. Delray Beach Watersports also offers a Surf Camp, a fantastic way to learn a new skill while enjoying some of the most beautiful landscapes in Florida. They also offer sailing or hobiecat lessons. One aspect of this beach paradise that cannot be overlooked is the friendly and well-versed staff. They provide beach goers with everything from safety information to the most opportune time of year to try each of their stellar activities. Nothing is more evident than these employees fervent zeal for beach life, and this is clearly illustrated in their desire to share all Delray Beach has to offer. Living in South Florida palm trees and ocean breezes often become commonplace, but they are surely not taken for granted at this Delray landmark. For more information on Delray Beach Watersports and rental rates, visit www.delraybeachwatersports.com or call (561) 279-0008.Delray Beach Watersports Your headquarters for Fun in the Sun Delray Beach Watersports owner Albert Richwagen Call 561-299-1430 to advertise BOCA RATON, FL For the past two decades, Gumbo Limbo Nature Centers Sea Turtle Conservation team has rescued sick and injured sea turtles throughout southern Palm Beach County. In January, 2010 efforts were stepped up with the opening of their Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Facility (STRF). The STRF was temporarily closed in August 2010 to make modications and improvements to the ltration system. Now the STRF will once again be open to visitors. We look forward to having Gumbo Limbo visitors learn about the sea turtles under our care and the injuries they are dealing with, says Manager, Stefanie Ouellette. They will also learn simple steps which they can take, such as properly disposing of trash, to help prevent injuries to sea turtles and other wildlife. Earlier this summer, the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission granted Gumbo Limbo Nature Centers STRF a temporary permit allowing the treatment of sea turtles again. Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Coordinator, Ryan Butts, is enthusiastically taking on the challenge. We immediately received a juvenile green sea turtle in need of care. Over the past three months we have received four more green turtles and one loggerhead turtle. One of the green turtles was released back into the ocean a few weeks ago, the ultimate goal of rehab. Over the summer, visitors to the Nature Center were often able to get a peek at the sea turtle patients resting in special tanks adjacent to the Sea Tank Pavilion walkway. Starting this past September 28, visitors are able to visit the STRF and talk to staff and trained volunteers about the sea turtle patients. Set on twenty acres of one of the only remaining tropical hardwood hammocks in Palm Beach County, Gumbo Limbo Nature Center is an environmental education experience for all ages. Located at 1801 North Ocean Blvd in Boca Raton, the Center is open 7 days a week, 361 days a year. The suggested donation of $5 per person supports all aspects of the Center. www.gumbolimbo.orgGumbo Limbos Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Facility OpeningWilander, Moya, Philippoussis also playing in newly-formatted eventDELRAY BEACH, FL John McEnroe is returning to Delray Beach to play in the newly-formatted ATP Champions Tour event that features six stars playing a round-robin event over three days. The iconic McEnroe will be joined by Mats Wilander, Pat Cash, Carlos Moya, Mark Philippoussis and Aaron Krickstein in the legends eld at the 2013 Delray Beach International Tennis Championships (ITC) held February 22 March 3. A Moya vs. Krickstein and McEnroe vs. Cash doubleheader on Friday, February 22 will kick off the 21st annual ITC, which features the only ATP Champions Tour event in the US and the only one in the world to be played alongside an ATP World Tour event. Our fans never tire of seeing Johnny Mac, says tournament director Mark Baron. He is a magician with a tennis racket in his hands. The amazing skills that you see in him and players like Mats and Pat are the reason people of all ages keep coming back. McEnroe and Wilander, each winners of seven Grand Slam singles titles and members of the International Tennis Hall of Fame, are both returning to Delray Beach after playing in the ITCs rst two ATP Champions Tour events. McEnroe was the runner-up to Patrick Rafter in the inaugural tournament in 2009. Moya (2012) and Philippoussis (2011) won the last two Delray Beach ITC events and are the top two players on a Tour where players are ranked based on points compiled across a global schedule. Cash, the 1987 Wimbledon champion, and Krickstein have played in all three ATP Champions Tour events that have been held in Delray Beach. Krickstein, the director of tennis at St. Andrews Country Club in Boca Raton, reached the nal in 2011. Under the new format, the Delray Beach ATP Champions Tour event now includes include eight matches there are six roundrobin matches played in two player groups that lead to a 3rd/4th playoff match and a championship match, both scheduled for Sunday, February 24. The Saturday (Feb. 23) lineup will include the ATP Champions Tours current top-ranked players, Moya vs Philippoussis, and a featured match-up between Hall of Famers McEnroe and Wilander. The legends are forever linked by their 1982 Davis Cup quarternal the longest Davis Cup match in history in which McEnroe outlasted Wilander in ve sets over six hours and 32 minutes. The players are really excited about the new format, says Baron, who moved the ITC to Delray Beach 15 years ago. It helps them give our fans a peak performance every time they take the court. The ITCs ATP World Tour event, which holds its qualifying tournament during the ATP Champions Tour event, has early commitments from world No. 11 John Isner and No. 23 Mardy Fish in its singles draw and the world No. 1 Bryan Brothers as its topseeded doubles team. To celebrate these champions coming to Delray Beach, tournament ofcials have extended their US Open promotion. From Sunday, Sept. 23, 8:00 am Monday, Oct. 8, 11:59 pm, ITC tickets will continue to be available for up to 50% off. To purchase tickets call 561-330-6000, order online at www.YellowTennisBall. com or in-person at Walmarts Ticketmaster outlets or the Delray Beach ITC box ofce (open Monday Friday, 9:00 am 5:00 pm, 561-330-6000, 30 NW 1st Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33444). Complete tournament information is available on the Delray Beach ITC website, www.YellowTennisBall.com. McENROE RETURNS TO LEAD ATP CHAMPIONS CHARGE IN DELRAY BEACH

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com THE GIRLS U-PICKA strawberry time machineBy Jordan Coyne Special to The Pineapple The best kept secret of Delray Beach? We have a time machine. Some said it couldnt be done, others whispered of distant possibilities, but just North of Atlantic Avenue on Military Trail lies a hidden gem that immediately transports all who enter to the era of Happy Days and penny candies at the general store. This place, this beacon of a simpler time, is The Girls Strawberry Patch. The Girls Strawberry Patch is nestled in an assortment lot of locally owned venues, quiet and humble. A passerby may even pay no mind to this small piece of Delray culture, but they would be sorely mistaken. Upon entering The Girls your senses begin to run wild. Colorful visuals dart the eye from one keepsake to the next while the nose is trying to absorb the tantalizing and ever present aroma of strawberries. Youve hit the mother-load. Further inquiry into the sights and sounds of The Girls reveals everything form small modern day trinkets to retro lunchboxes. Meandering through the store, listening to the likes of Dion and The Platters, lls every shop-goer with a sense of nostalgia that is only heightened by the seemingly endless assortment of old fashioned candy. The sweet memories continue with their extensive list of mouth watering homemade ice cream, but the must have is nothing other than traditional strawberry shortcake. Served with heaps of whipped cream, this dessert can certainly be shared, but who would want to? Just when it seems as though the experience is over, all signs point to the rear exit, the strawberry patch. The doors open to a magical mixture of fresh off the vine fruit and exotic animals that plasters on a smile you cannot shake. The expansive plot of land is truly unexpected and takes most every visitor by surprise. Although strawberries are a seasonal fruit, The Girls offers fresh mangoes, papayas, avocados and more. Their collections of exotic birds will leave you speechless, but try to prepare a few talking points because some love a good chat. All in all, a visit to The Girls is a step back in time, a simpler time when the summer nights were endless and smelled of heavenly strawberries. For more information, please visit http://thegirlsstrawberryupick.com or call 561-496-0188. destinations R-E-S-P-E-C-Tby the Milagro Center StarsDuring this past month of September, the Milagro Center STARS explored the living value of Respect. Here, in their own words, is what the kids said about the meaning of R-E-S-P-E-C-T: Helping your mom because she might be tired. Brianna Saying sorry for the bad things youve done and being nice. Alex Never poking someone in the eye with a pencil. Nikacie Listening to your mom and dad, auntie, nanny, and teacher. Cashalie Helping someone with something they cant do by themselves. Karlebe Being respectful is speaking without using bad words. Carlos When you show respect for someone you are being good. Christopher Being respectful is treating others the way you want to be treated. Cleaning up for each other even if you didnt create the mess! Aylin If you give respect, you get respect. Kayla Showing respect is keeping your hands to yourself. Brandon Fixing your bed every morning is respectful. Laniya Respect means to me to take are of things and not just leave it all raggedy. Respect is loving, caring, and having tolerance for other people. Angely When I show respect for other people I am being responsible. Carlos Respect means being polite to each other. Mildred You have to treat others with respect Jayden Being respectful is being responsible, doing your homework, and helping people when they are hurt. Jonathan As Aretha sings, R-E-S-P-E-C-T find out what it means to me Milagro Staff

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com www.DelrayPineapple.com Your Downtown Delray Beach Community Newspaper OCTOBER 2012 BusinessRealEstatedelray beach The Pineapple The Atlantic Community High School football team made national news recently with their new uniforms designed by Delray Beach creative firm, FuturisticWoo. This is just the first step in assisting Atlantic High with marketing and exposure states FuturisticWoo founder Ryan Boylston. The project came together in just three short weeks, with the support of several local businesses. The Law Office of Lee Philip Cohen P.A, Ocean Properties Ltd., The Related Group, and Saxena White P.A., were engaged by members of Delray 21 and jumped at the chance to assist Atlantic Community High School. With new businesses already calling the offices of FuturisticWoo looking to sponsor additional uniforms/sports, who knows what the school will unveil next. Well continue to donate our time building an attractive program for sponsors, as long as they (Atlantic) are willing to take a few risks Boylston says with a smile. The Wildest Uniforms in high school football Sports Illustrated ...look(s) like the player was dipped in Kryptonite. Palm Beach Post Better get crackin, Nike and Under Armour -youre at risk of being out-wackied! ESPN Oregon, we know youre dying to top this. You are now ofcially on the clock. SB Nation ...pure brilliance from a marketing standpoint. Rant Sports Now, the only problem with these atrocities to sartorial sensibility is that I want one. Bleacher Report Whos the Phil Knight behind the brightness? USA TODAY The unis are real, and they belong to Atlantic High School NBC SportsAtlantic High gets Futuristic uniformsEagles new look creates national buzz for local creative rmThe CRA is holding a neighborhood meeting on Tuesday, October 2nd to review preliminary plans and obtain feedback for a new parking lot on SW 9th Avenue. The meeting is being held in the 1st oor meeting room at the Delray Beach Public Library from 6-8pm. The parking lot will be constructed on a CRA-owned lot on the northwest corner of SW 9th Avenue and SW 1st Street. The project also includes the construction of a pocket park, improvements to the abutting alley, and a roundabout at the intersection of SW 9th Ave. and SW 1st Street. Representatives from the CRA and Calvin Giordano & Assoc., Inc. will be present to answer any questions about the project. Otherwise, questions or concerns can be made to the CRA at (561) 276-8640 or wooten@mydelraybeach.com. Delray Beach CRA community notice By Stephanie Immelman Special to The Pineapple Alex Warner has a pretty interesting back story. After a brief stint in pro baseball in his early 20s he decided college might be a better idea and enrolled at Lynn University. After going out on Atlantic Avenue one night he immediately moved to Delray and fell in love with this town. This is a similar refrain I hear from many people who have moved here. They dont just love Delray, they fall in love with Delray. After University, Alex was offered a job on the oor of the US Stock Exchange in New York City for Bank of America. He was right at the epicenter of the international nance industry. However, he remembers, every day on the subway, amongst the herds of Wall Streeters, I was daydreaming about Delray Beach. So Alex came back home to Delray with a thought to developing a boat rental business. He was thinking along the lines of Net Jets, an airline company that hires out private jets. He wanted to bring this concept (hours of boating time) to the luxury boating industry. Gulfstream Boat Club sells memberships starting at 16 hours for $1000. This gives regular people the ability to participate in a wealthy persons sport. Alex explains, Young professional can join a boat club but they dont have the time and money to own and maintain their own boat. Enjoying the water is one of the greatest things that south Florida offers. If you dont get out on the water, its like living in Vail and never skiing. In addition to memberships, the Gulfstream Boat Club also offers half day or full day rentals, shing charters, scuba diving and trips to the Keys and the Bahamas. They will even do an evening sunset cocktail cruise. Basically, we do anything on the water says one of his captains, Justin Jordan. All this didnt come easy. Alex always loved the boat business but realized he needed to learn it from the ground up. After moving back to Delray he approached Pat, the owner of Marina Delray for a job. After working on Wall Street, he agreed to start at $10 an hour cleaning the bathrooms and scraping the barnacles off the boats in the marina. It wasnt easy, laughs Alex, but my mindset was always on the big picture. One year later he asked Pat if he could start a boat rental business and the answer was yes. He started with 2 boats and 10 customers and now, 4 years later, he has 10 boats and 100 members. They have also expanded their business to Two Georges in Boynton Beach and more expansion is on the way. In addition to life on the water, Alex loves art (he spent a semester in Florence, Italy doing photography) and his boat dog, Luna, a chocolate lab. I love being a part of a community like Delray. There are so many people here that have pride in our town and a passion for making Delray incredible. It seems like Alex is rst among them. GULFSTREAM BOAT CLUB777 Palm Trail Delray Beach, FL 333483 561-865-7797 www.gulfstreamboatclub.comFROM WALL STREET TO WATERWAYSAlex Warner of Gulfstream Boat Club

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com Leadership Delray Class of 2012-13 Oct 2, to July 24, 2013 3:30 PM 7:00 PM At Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce October 2: 11:30 AM 1:00 PM Non-Prot Council Luncheon Location: Duncan Conference Center October 2, 2012 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Leadership Delray Day Class of 2012-13 Kick Off October 2: 5:00 PM 6:30 PM Leadership Delray Alumni Happy Hour Social October 4: 9:00 AM 11:00 AM Outlook 2010 Deep Dive At Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce October 5: 11:45 AM 1:00 PM Ambassadors Monthly Meeting At Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce October 9: 8:00 AM 9:15 AM Membership Breakfast Featuring Marv Linebacker in the Boardroom Russell At Delray Beach Golf Course October 9: 3:30 PM 4:30 PM Chamber Programming Committee Meeting At Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce October 10: 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Chairmans Club Monthly Luncheon At La Cigale October 10 Leadership Delray Day Class of 2012-13 October 10: 5:00 PM 7:00 PM Grand Opening: Art Works 4 Food At Arts Garage October 12: 11:45 AM 1:15 PM Executive Committee Meeting of the Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce At Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce October 12 to Jan 25: 7:30 PM 10:30 PM FREE Friday Concerts at the Pavilion October 12: 11:45 AM 1:15 PM Executive Committee Meeting of the Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce At Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce October 17: 5:30 PM 7:00 PM Pinkalicious 3: Pretty in Pink A Focus on Women Networking Event At Gleneagles Country Club Waterfall Room October 19: 8:00 AM 9:30 AM Government Affairs Committee At Old School Square October 22: 11:45 AM 1:00 PM Budget & Finance Committee At Greater Delray Beach Chamber October 23: 5:30 PM 7:30 PM Tri Chamber Business Card Expo in Boca Raton October 24: 11:45 AM 1:15 PM Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors At Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce October 26: 5:00 PM 7:00 PM Volunteer Delray! At Old School Square October 30: 8:30 AM 9:30 AM Economic Development Committee At Delray Beach Library CHAMBER DAY PLANNER Showcase your business and build relationships through Chamber Program Sponsorship We have several events coming up that serve as wonderful opportunities to showcase your business. A variety of levels of participation are available for the October Member Breakfast, Novembers Legislative Lunch, Pinkalicious, the Annual Holiday Party (cash sponsors as well as goodie bag items, rafe prizes, food and more), Leadership Delray meals and were seeking location hosts for Contacts & Cocktails in 2013. Contact the Chambers Program Director, Tami Lustig: tami@ delraybeach.com. Get your business involved with these events and youll be included in all upcoming promotions to keep your name front and center before other Chamber members.PINKALICIOUS 3: Focus on WomenPINKALICIOUS is almost here. October 17th from 5:30 7:00 PM at Gleneagles Country Club. This is our annual Focus on Women signature gathering. This year, the event benets Breast Cancer and promises to be an unforgettable night. Sponsorships are available to showcase your business/organization. Contact Tami@ delraybeach.com TODAY to be included in upcoming promotions.Improve your Outlook at the Deep Dive SeminarOutlook, the popular e-mail system, does so much more than the average business person is aware of. Join us for a 90-minute course Oct. 4th, 9:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. at The Chamber. Together well learn the many ways Outlook can assist us in our daily personal and professional lives and help us achieve our goals. Chamber member Terry McCullagh of TMR Technology is the instructor. Visit his website at www.tothecloud.com. Cost: $10 for Chamber members in advance ($15 at the door). $15 for Future Chamber members. Space is limited and RSVPs will be accepted rst come, rst served. Reserve Today!Member BreakfastOctober 9th, 8:00am-9:15am at the Delray Beach Golf Club with guest speaker Marv Russell, author of Linebacker in the Boardroom Showcase Your Business: The Chamber would love to speak with you about sponsorship opportunities. Contact Tami@ delraybeach.comSouth Palm Beach County ChamberPartnership Expo hosted by Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce on October 23rd from 5:30-7:30pm at Wyndham Hotel, 1950 Glades Road (Wyndham Way) in Boca Raton. Get to know our Chamber neighbors to the north and south. This event includes the Boca Raton, Delray Beach and Boynton Beach Chambers of CommerceCHAMBER CHAT Marvin A. Russell

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www.DelrayPineapple.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple By Ed Maass The Pineapple Staff Writer To begin lets tune into WIIFM, No not a new station found on your radio dial, but simply an acronym that most people utilize each and every day of their lives, WIIFM: Whats In It for Me. The short answer, should you choose to continue reading, might just be a bit of insight and knowledge that could help you to achieve your financial goals. Whether its mixing cement, baking a cake or building an investment portfolio, its the right mix that determines the outcome. The right mix equates to allocating and diversifying your assets in different investment vehicles. Unfortunately, for many, asset allocation is the investment equivalent of flossing your teeth (most know we should do it), however for some reason we dont. Asset allocation is synonymous with diversification, but diversification is a relative term. Many investors may believe they are diversified, yet they probably have not implemented a real asset allocation plan. True asset allocation looks at the full scope of investment alternatives, which may include stocks, bonds, REITs, hedge funds, commodities, money market instruments, and other investment alternatives. The underlying concept of asset allocation tells us that whatever the market environment brings forth, some of these investments should be advancing or at least holding steady while others are declining in value. It is important to note that a properly allocated portfolio will not offer the explosive growth and fireworks of a narrowly invested one; however it will hopefully minimize the total risk in the portfolio and thus reduce the chances of severe and disappointing losses. Television, radio, newspapers and other media often paint with a broad brush when it comes to investing. The stock market (Dow Jones Industrial Average) is up or down and the bond market is stagnant end of story. Usually however, its not that simple. During any given market environment, some stocks are usually rising while others are falling. Quite often trends emerge, and rising and falling stocks will fall into distinct asset classes. If youre serious about building a well diversified asset allocation plan, you should consider the pros and cons of investing in the various major stock asset classes, including small cap and large cap, value and growth, foreign and U.S. Similar thinking also applies to different types of bonds, REITs and other investment alternatives. If you dont want to short-change yourself and your future net worth, you need to be aware of these different asset classes and make sure that you include them in your investment portfolio. While I might be dating myself I will leave you with a verse from a Rita Coolidge song, Too often opportunity knocks, but by the time you push back the chain, slide back the bolt, unhook the lock and turn off the burglar alarm, its too late. You have a potential opportunity to help yourself become a more successful investor so dont let it pass you by. And above all, if you need help, ask for it!Ed Maass is a Certified Financial Planner, Chartered Financial Consultant, and Chartered Life Underwriter. Located in Downtown Delray Beach you can contact Ed@physicianswealthcare.comTHE RIGHTMIX The Pineapple sat down for a chat recently with Anthony V. Pugliese, III CEO of the Pugliese Company of Delray Beach, a South Florida real estate developer. Pugliese is an avid art collector and philanthropist. Recently, the idea of combining the two passions emerged and a great concept was born: Art Works 4 Food. Through Art Works 4 Food, Pugliese hopes to bring together emerging artists, established artists, art galleries and collectors to donate their creations, time, and resources to help feed children in need. An artist himself, Pugliese will be leading the way by providing 100 paintings (painted by him) for sale in various art galleries around Florida. One hundred percent of the sales proceeds after third party sales commissions and expenses from art sales will be donated to Art Works 4 Food. Pineapple: For people who dont know who you are, can you tell us a little about your company? Pugliese: The Pugliese Companys main focus is in raw land development dealing in commercial, industrial and residential properties. We own and manage close to 2 millionsquare-feet of industrial, ofce and self-storage in Florida and New Jersey. I started out in the building business when I was 17-years-old. Pineapple: We understand in August 1999 you bought an old blighted, twoacre property (an old Winn Dixie) on NE 1st Street and 2nd Avenue to develop the rst Pineapple Grove commercial project. Pugliese: Yes, Delray has always had its own special thing; with connectivity and a hometown avor. From my viewpoint even though the property was in a blighted area I knew it would one day come into its own because of its close proximity to all the action on Atlantic Avenue and 2nd Avenue. In 2001, we built our Corporate Ofces and a 30,000 Square-foot Retail store, Creations. I guess we must have done something right because we received an award from the Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) for our Development at 101 Pineapple Grove Way in Delray Beach. Pineapple: Tell us about your non-prot organization, Art Works 4 Food that raises awareness and funds to provide healthy food to the growing number of homeless and hungry Palm Beach County School Children. Pugliese: Clearly hunger is an issue around the world, but what completely shocked me was the fact that here in afuent Palm Beach County there is a growing number of homeless and hungry children. Since 2007, we have had an 83 percent increase in Palm Beach County school age child homelessness. In the past two years a 66 percent growth in poverty in our School Districts, and 61 percent of school children are now receiving free or reduced lunch programs. These food insecure children not only demonstrate higher health and behavioral issues, but what is really worrisome is that the school drop-out rate is ve times higher. These children, for the most part, only have access to processed foods lled with sugar, fats and salts. Clearly not the right body and brain food they need to have a chance to succeed. Pineapple: Can you tell us about the Art Component of your new charity, Art Works 4 Food? Pugliese: My concept is to raise some necessary funds for the Healthy Food Programs by selling my artwork and other artists work. I painted 103 original paintings over several years, and I did that as a way to bring awareness to this issue. We are looking for young talented children, professional and amateur artists who want to donate art work and receive a portion of the proceeds from the sale of the art. The rest will be donated to Art Works 4 Food. Pineapple: We hear you are launching a new technological format, Augmented Reality at your fundraiser that will take place on October 24th in at Maxs Harvest. Pugliese: Both art and technology have been of major interest to me, so it seemed like a natural progression for me to incorporate it into my artwork. Augmented Reality merges the virtual and physical worlds through the use of technology. It combines the real and virtual worlds with interactive and real-time images that are 3D. Its very intriguing just bring your Smart or IPhone. To learn more about Art Works 4 Food, and the fundraiser visit www. Artworks4food.org. or contact Roz Gatewood, Executive Director @ 454-1616 or 561561-271-8102 Anthony V, Pugliese, III prole an interview with Anthony V. Pugliese, III Behringer Harvard has commenced the construction of a 180-unit multifamily development project on approximately eight acres in Delray Beach. This was a compelling opportunity to build a multifamily community in an exceptionally desirable location with strong demographics and proximity to employment centers in West Palm Beach and Boca Raton, said Mr. Mark T. Aleri, Chief Operating Ofcer of Behringer Harvard Multifamily REIT I, Inc. The general contractor is LandSouth Construction of Jacksonville; the architects are STB Architects & Planners of Dallas and Richard Jones Architecture of Delray Beach. The luxury multifamily community, called The Franklin Delray, is being constructed at 1206 South Federal Highway in Delray Beach. The Franklin Delray will be comprised of seven three-story residential buildings with a free-standing clubhouse and amenities building. Averaging 1,035 square feet, the apartments at The Franklin Delray will be built to condominium-quality specications and offer up to three bedrooms and two baths. Units will feature granite countertops, brushed nickel hardware, stainless steel appliances, tile backsplashes, ninefoot ceilings, private balconies and full-size washers and dryers. Common-area amenities will include a rotunda community room, cyber cafe, business center and library, childrens activity zone, and state-of-the-art tness center. Outdoor living areas will feature a resort-style pool with cabanas, a childrens playground, a barbecue and lounge area with re pit, water features, and bicycles available for use by residents. The portfolio of Behringer Harvard Multifamily REIT I, Inc. includes investments in 47 multifamily communities in 14 states comprising 12,575 apartment homes.Behringer Harvard begins construction of luxury multifamily development

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com DAVID T. HARDEN PRESERVATION AWARD The rst annual David T. Harden Preservation Award will be presented to Delray Beach City Manager David Harden at a dinner sponsored by the Delray Beach Preservation Trust. WHEN: Friday, November 9, 6:00 p.m. WHERE: Delray Beach Golf Club, 2200 Highland Ave. COST: $48 per person to benet the Delray Beach Preservation Trust. GENERAL: For more information, call 561-276-8968 or visit www. delraybeachpreservation.org DELAIRE COUNTRY CLUB HONORED AS PLATINUM CLUB OF AMERICA Delaire Country Club, a private club located in Delray Beach, was recently awarded Platinum Club of America status by the Club Leaders Forum. The Platinum Club of America award is based on excellence of service to its membership, quality of club facilities, heritage, and enlightened leadership from management and the board. Platinum Club status is the ultimate recognition of club excellence, a privilege that only 150 of the nations 5,000 private clubs receive. Delaire has always had a reputation for commitment to its members, but with the total rebirth of the club, it secures its place among the nest clubs in America, says Trent Squire, General Manager of Delaire Country Club. Delaire Country Club is a private community of 324 single-family homes located around a Joe Lee-designed 27hole championship golf course. Recent club improvements include an a brand new clubhouse, a new tness center, a new pool and a childrens play area. To learn more about the lifestyle available at Delaire Country Club, contact Executive Coordinator Liz Shaw at 561-499-9090. SK QUALITY ROOFING SPONSORS MAKING STRIDES AGAINST BREAST CANCER The overwhelming feelings about a breast cancer diagnosis has affected a small Palm Beach County company, and they are ghting back! SK Quality Roong, Inc. of Delray Beach, Florida is pleased to announce that it is sponsoring the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Boca Raton, FL, October 27, 2012 at the Mizner Park Amphitheatre in Boca Raton. Every Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk is a powerful and inspiring opportunity to unite as a community to honor breast cancer survivors, raise awareness about how to reduce the risk of getting cancer, and raise money to help the American Cancer Society ght the disease. The American Cancer Society provides breast cancer research, information and services, and access to mammograms for women who need them. Since the inception of Making Strides 20 years ago, breast cancer death rates have declined 32 percent. SK Quality Roong (SKQR) is a leading provider of Flat Roof Maintenance Programs, as well as roong for any type of structure. With three decades of experience and proven methods, SKQR possesses an excellent client reputation. SKQR is uniquely qualied to serve all roong needs and serves Palm Beach and Broward Counties. Connie Bowser, President and Co-Owner of SKQR says, Were three generations of family working in this company and living in this community. Im proud to say, this is my home these people are my family. And because of that, Im honored to serve this community not only through my work as President of SK Quality Roong but through our sponsorship of this very important cause, a cause that has touched so many lives on so many levels. A few years ago a member of our company family, a young woman who was pregnant, was diagnosed with breast cancer. Her extended treatment included the early delivery of her son to protect him and save her. Our sponsorship of the Breast Cancer Walk is to honor her journey through cancer into motherhood. Breast cancer, through its deep impact, takes a community of strangers and turns them into family and its through the strength of that bond that we will be able to cure breast cancer. BMI ELITE VOTED ONE OF THE BEST SMALL COMPANIES IN FLORIDA TO WORK FOR BMI Elite has been voted as one of the best companies to work for on Florida Trends 2012 list. It beat out many other small businesses in the state, coming in at 23rd on the list of 33 winners. It was one of four companies in the advertising/public relations industry to make the list and one of three in Palm Beach County. To qualify for the list, companies chose to participate in a survey by Best Companies Group. Randomly selected employees answered anonymously to questions focused on eight themes including leadership; culture; job satisfaction; work environment; their relationship with supervisors; training and development; pay and benets; and overall engagement. According to Florida Trend, the publication focused on hiring practices and the ways that companies attract top talent to form its list of the best companies to work for. Nothing matters more than how you go about hiring, said Mark Howard, the magazines executive editor. BMI Elite prides itself in hiring qualied individuals who share a passion for exceeding client goals. BMI Elite is a rapidly growing company that was noted on the list for hiring 22 new full-time employees over the past year. Some of the perks that its employees enjoy are an ofce arcade, potluck lunches, happy hour social events, company bowling tournaments and free breakfast on Fridays. Receiving this award is truly an honor, said CEO Brandon Rosen. We have built one of the fastest growing, creative, online marketing companies in the industry, and we are very proud to have done this in Palm Beach County. Headquartered in Delray Beach, Florida, BMI Elite is a full service digital advertising agency and afliate network that leads the industry in performance-based marketing initiatives. For more information contact Casey Kurlander at 561-330-6666 x317 or caseyk@bmielite.com CITY TO COMPLETE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SURVEY WITH DUKAKIS CTR. The City of Delray Beach has entered into an Economic Development Partnership with the National League of Cities (NLC) and Northeastern Universitys Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy to promote local economic development. Through this partnership, the City will participate in the Economic Development Self-Assessment Tool (EDSAT), which will analyze our municipalitys economic strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats regarding its ability to attract new businesses while retaining and growing existing ones. The EDSAT was developed for use by municipal leaders to help identify local characteristics that affect a municipalitys potential to increase private investment. In March 2010, the National League of Cities (NLC) and the Dukakis Center formed a partnership to offer the EDSAT to its member cities as well as training and other resources related to economic development. Delray Beach recognized this as an opportunity to improve the perception of our City as a business friendly and viable corporate destination, grow sustainable and livable wage jobs, encourage entrepreneurship (both new and existing), and increase the Citys tax base. Once the EDSAT is completed, the results will be tabulated and published on the Citys website, www.mydelraybeach. com. For more information on this program, contact Vincent Nolan, City of Delray Beach and Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency Economic Development Director, at (561) 276-8640 or by E-mail at nolanv@mydelraybeach.com and/or the City of Delray Beach Public Information Ofce at (561) 243-7009 or by E-mail at pio@mydelraybeach.com. ARTS GARAGE SELECTED AS ONE OF ONLY FIVE NOMINEES TO WIN THE FIRST PEOPLES CHOICE AWARD BY KNIGHT FOUNDATIONVote for Arts Garage, text to South Floridas coolest cultural hub, Arts Garage in Delray Beach was selected as one of ve organizations to compete for the Knight Foundation Peoples Choice Award for up-and-coming cultural organizations. As a way of bringing more attention to innovative emerging groups, Knight Foundation is asking the public to vote by text for their favorite of the ve. The organization that receives the most votes will get $20,000 in unrestricted funds to use for a project. So much of the exciting art in South Florida is at the ground level. We want to make sure everybody knows about these groups and the work they are doing to engage people through the arts, said Dennis Scholl, Knight Foundations Vice President/ Arts. The only organization selected from Palm Beach County, Arts Garage has swiftly established a solid reputation as the place for diverse programming that includes live jazz, blues, hip hop and classical music, as well as original theatre and visual art exhibitions. More importantly, Arts Garage is providing a stage and a voice for emerging regional artists of all disciplines to ourish. Not only are we thrilled to be nominated for this outstanding gift, said Alyona Ushe, Executive Director of Arts Garage, we are also humbled and honored to represent our county, and especially Delray Beach, in Knight Foundations prestigious peoples choice award competition. Since its inception, Arts Garage brought to our region a roster of extraordinary talent. From internationally renowned to emerging artists, a wide array of disciplines and programming can be experienced at any given week at Arts Garage. We owe our success to remarkable talent living and creating in South Florida and culture lovers who believes in our vision and appreciate the intimacy of our venue. This win would give us the support and endorsement to build on our progress and keep our artistic dreams prospering. We appreciate every vote, and every text does count! said Ushe. Knight Foundation has launched the contest to bring attention to the exciting art happening on the ground level in South Florida and to invite people to participate in the selection process. The contest is part of the Knight Arts Challenge, which is investing $40 million in bringing South Florida Arts together. For further details, www.knightarts. org/peopleschoice Facebook at https:// www.facebook.com/knightarts, Twitter @ knightarts, and @knightfdn Visit www.artsgarage.org for information. biz briefs DAVID HARDEN Alyona Ushe of Arts Garage and Stuart & Shelbys Chuck Halberg get busy texting their votes.

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www.DelrayPineapple.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple DELRAY BEACH, FL A 50s era Chevrolet dealership located at 290 SE 6th Avenue in Delray Beach is set to become a modern loft ofce building. Redesigned by Richard Jones of Richard Jones Architecture Inc. (www.rjarchitecture. com) this free standing, renovated 7,300 square-foot historic ofce building is situated on a 16,000 square foot parcel of land. Interiors include vaulted ceilings, full height glass, loft space with brand new mechanical and electrical systems. Also featured are excellent street exposure, signage and covered parking. The 4,500 square feet of ofce space will become available March 1, 2013. This creative loft space is located just three blocks south of Atlantic Avenue at the gateway to Downtown Delray Beach. Vaulted ceilings open oor plan if desired. This historic building with Leed certication is ideal for professionals that want to work in Downtown Delray Beach. For leasing information contact Jim Knight of The Knight Group at 561-756-2833 or email him at jkncalco@gmail.com. Re-Imagine | Re-Store | Re-Use Oh, here he goes again dragging me in with catchy titles that have nothing to do with the story. Hah not this time. So who, or what, is Del-Ida? Well if you are going to call yourself a local you will have to familiarize yourself with this beloved historical districts just north of downtown. Originally platted in 1923, Del-Ida Park Historical District runs from NE 4th Street to George Bush Boulevard and is cradled between Swinton Avenue and the train tracks. Wait a minute, I think I have seen a sign with that name on it. Now you get it! Placed there by the city in 2009, it serves to offer a summary of the areas history and rests on NE 2nd Ave approximately seven blocks north of Atlantic Avenue, just before you get to the light. The historic district itself compromises 58 acres, with approximately 150 structures. Roughly one-third of these homes still maintain the original Mediterranean Revival Style introduced to the area by one of our rst general contractors, Frederick Henry Link. Heres a little local trivia. Mr. Links daughter, Catherine Link Strong, went on to become Delrays rst woman mayor in 1954. What I find really interesting is that even though Del-Ida Park is considered a planned development there are many odd shaped lots with varying street frontages caused by the diagonal running side streets. Definitely not your typical cookie-cutter neighborhood. Ok, you sold me how do I live in DelIda? Well, you better move quick. Currently there are only two homes available in the area according to the local MLS. Both homes were built in the early 1960s and are right around the 2,300 per square foot range. One of the homes resides on famed Swinton Avenue and has an asking price of $499,000, placing it just above $230 per square foot and features a large yard, pool, and inviting circular driveway. The other is in the dual-zoned area (you can live or work here) on 3rd and has an asking price of $399,900 which is just shy of $170 per square foot. Both homes have maintained their gorgeous historical exterior appearance while being meticulously updated inside. Delray Beach bringing history, music, art and the beaches all together. No wonder its Americas most fun small town.by Kurt Lehmannwww.kurtlehmann.comreal estateHI THERE, MY NAME IS DEL-IDA, WELCOME HOME Call 561-299-1430

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www.DelrayPineapple.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple Library Centennial event Girls, Pearls, Hats & Heels gets important new sponsor The Delray Beach Public Library announced Girls, Pearls, Hats & Heels, a very special Centennial event to take place on Wednesday, October 10, 2012 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Delray Dunes County Club. This fun-lled, afternoon of shopping the latest fashions in shoes and accessories from top local designers, is taking place in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and is being co-sponsored by the Delray Beach Public Library, the Bethesda Hospital Foundation, Saks Fifth Avenue and an important new sponsor Powderblu Salon & Spa. Powderblu Salon & Spa, a full service salon in Delray Beach is a very special place. The salon owner has lost many loved ones to cancer and has developed Powderblu Salons Blue Angel services for women who have experienced cancer in one form or another. They offer a unique environment with personal, loving attention that is geared towards helping amazing women feel beautiful once again. The day will feature lunch and complimentary bubbly will be owing. The ticket price is just $40 with proceeds to benet the Delray Beach Public Library and the Bethesda Hospital Foundations educational programs. The Girls, Pearls, Hats & Heels event Chairperson is Delray Beach resident, Linda Gunn, who along with Joann Haros, is Co-Chairperson of the Librarys entire Centennial Committee. For information or to make your reservation please call the Development Ofce at the Library at 561-266-0775 or visit the Librarys website at www.delraylibrary.org for further details. Centennial co-chair Linda Gunn PR YAK-YAK at Cranes BeachHouse Hotel & Tiki BarMore than 60 local Public Relations, Marketing and Media professionals attended the 6th annual PR YAKYAK at Cranes BeachHouse Hotel & Tiki Bar in Delray Beach. The recent meet-and-greet, which bills itself as The Biggest PR Party of the Year, was co-hosted by the Gold Coast PR Council and PRSA-Palm Beach. Gizem Kiralp, Doruk Tozan Karen Lustgarten, Greg BrooksPhotos by Corby Kayes Studio Palm Beach Elizabeth Dashiell, Katie Edwards, Jasmine Etienne Shana Overhulser, Sharon Geltner, Judy Joffe

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www.DelrayPineapple.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple Lunch with Liz 11:30am 1pm at the Delray Beach Library. Radio show host Liz Sterling facilitates a brown bag lunchtime program. Octobers theme is every picture has a story! based on the insights of Jerry Seinfeld. Free program, rst come-rst serve entry. www.delraylibrary.org 561-266-9490 Indulgence: An Exclusive Womens Event 6pm 8pm at the Hyatt Place Hotel, 104 NE 2nd Avenue. Ready for a girls night out? Grab your girlfriends and join us for an evening of indulgence benetting The Achievement Centers for Children and Families. $50 general admission includes hors doeuvres and 2 complimentary drinks. VIP admission $100. www.DelrayIndulgence.com or call 561-266-0003. Complimentary wine tasting with real glasses! 5:30pm 7:30pm. Old Vines, Wine & Spirits 900 E. Atlantic Ave., Ste #3, 561-276-2076. www.oldvinesdelraybeach.com Delray Yacht Cruises Steel Drum Cruise6pm 8pm Take in the sounds of the islands with the beautiful views of South Floridas Intracoastal Waterway! $18 per person, reservations strongly suggested. Full cash bar and al a cart menu available. Visit www.delrayyachtcruises.com or call 561-243-0686. All cruises depart from 801 East Atlantic Avenue (Veterans Park). Delray Beach Bus Loop 6pm 11pm. All proceeds benet The Delray Beach Public Library, Spirit of Giving Network and Old School Square. Ride the trolleys for free with stops at Paddy McGees, Bostons, Sundy House, Bull Bar, Kevros Art Bar, Pepes Hideaway, Hurricane Lounge, and DaDas. The evening will end with a Pizza Post-Event Party beginning at 10:30 p.m. at Hurricane Lounge. Receive a complimentary drink from each venue! $20 prepay, $25 at the door. www.busloop.org Young Artwork Children Ages 2 5 Fridays, 3:00 3:45pm Program consists of fun and enriching art sessions where children learn about the most inuential artists and talk about their works, techniques and styles. Children will have a blast while making masterpieces of their own. Classes are taught in English and Spanish. Cost: $95 Residents / $106 Nonresidents Veterans Park, 801 NE 1st St., Delray www.youngartwork.com OCTOBER 5 21 A Talent For Murder A Mystery by Jerome Chodoror and Norman Panama. What if Agatha Christie had become the intended victim in one of her own mysteries? See this surprising comedy mystery at the Delray Beach Playhouse. 950 Lake Shore Drive. Tickets $30. www.delraybeachplayhouse.com Call 561-272-1281 Ext. 4 for showtimes. Delray Beach Sister Cites Golf Classic The Mayors Challenge Delray Beach Golf Club. Registration at 7:15am followed by an 8am Scramble/Shotgun. 1pm awards luncheon. Entry fee is $75 per person. Registration forms available at City Hall, 100 NW 1st Avenue, or www.sistercitiesofdelraybeach.com. Info at (561) 243-7011 or beldowicz@mydelraybeach.com. The Mayors Challenge was established to help support student exchange programs with our Sister City, Miyazu, Japan. Stitch Rock! Indie craft show and sale. 12pm 6pm Old School Square Gymnasium. 561-243-7922 or go to www.DelrayCenterForTheArts.org Delray Bash Food and Wine event benetting the American Lung Association. 7pm 9:30pm Old School Square Park. Early bird tickets $50. Enjoy great food, ne wine, beer, spirits, entertainment and live music. www.thedelraybash.com Global Invasion: Drew Tucker Heartbeats 8pm at The Arts Garage. Musical visionary Drew Tucker collaborates with musicians from around the world for a performance blending eclectic instrumentation. 180 NE 1st Street. Tickets are $20-$30 in advance; $5 more at the door. www.artsgarage.com or call 561-450-6357. The 18th Annual Delray Beach Craft Festival 10am 5pm 4th Avenue and Atlantic Avenue. Contemporary crafts from over 100 of the nations most talented artisans. Free. 561-746-6615 or www.artfestival.com Chamber Membership Business Breakfast 8am 9am Delray Beach Golf Club. Speaker Marv Linebacker in the Boardroom Russell. www.delraybeach.com or 561-278-0424. Girls, Pearls, Hats & Heels 11am 1:30pm at the Delray Dunes Country Club. Fun lled afternoon of shopping and fashion in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, co-sponsored by the Delray Beach Library, Bethesda Hospital Foundation, Saks Fifth Avenue and Powderblu Salon & Spa. Tickets are $40 featuring lunch and complimentary bubbly. www.delraylibrary.org 561-266-0775. Art Exhibit and Reception. Open reception with free refreshments at the Artists Guild 6 8pm. New exhibit winners are featured that evening. The Boca Raton Museum of Art -The Artists Guild, 512 E. Atlantic Avenue Friday Free Concert Series and Delray Beach Center for the Arts Launch & Open House 5:30pm Discover or re-discover Delrays center for the arts as we unveil our new name and new look! The Crest Theatre, Cornell Museum and Vintage Gymnasium will all be open with entertainment, information and refreshments. A ribbon-cutting, 7:15 at The Pavilion, will be followed by a FREE outdoor concert with Across the Universe, the Ultimate Beatles Tribute band, starting at 7:30 p.m. The entire evening is free and open to the public. www.DelrayCenterForTheArts.org 561-243-7922 Fancy Meeting You Here! 2pm Talk-Show Style Theater Comes to The Delray Beach Playhouse! When Michael and Martha meet in a yoga class they become fast friends but not only do they nd out more than theyd like to know, they nd themselves in positions they never thought possible! Tickets $15. Call 561-272-1281 Ext. 4 950 Lake Shore Drive. www.delraybeachplayhouse.com The 3rd Annual Saints and Sinners @ Solitas 7:30pm 2am Presented by Peter Mark Salon. Net proceeds go to Make a Wish Foundation. 25 NE 2nd Ave. Purchase tickets at www.saintsandsinners2012.eventbrite.com or call 561-666-4022 for details. Shades of Soul: ALEX 7:30pm at Arts Garage. Soul singer ALEX delivers a program of heartfelt classics. 180 NE 1st Street. www.artsgarage.com or call 561-450-6357. Tickets are $15-$25 in advance; $5 more at the door. Freaky Halloween Magic & Comedy 8pm Enjoy a strange evening of entertainment for adults produced by four-time Florida State Magic Champion, the Amazing Mr. A at the Puppetry Arts Center, 94 NE 2nd Avenue. 561-243-4330 or www.puppetcenter.org Jazz Project: LeNard Rutledge 8pm. Jazz vocal sensation LeNard Rutledge lends his robust vocals to soul-stirring jazz favorites. 8pm at Arts Garage. 180 NE 1st Street. www.artsgarage.com or call 561-450-6357. Tickets are $25 to $25 in advance; $5 more at the door GreenMarket Opening day October 13th. 9am 2pm New location in the Old School Square Park on NE 2nd Avenue. www.delraygreenmarket.org. 561-276-7511 OCTOBER 15 24 Somethings Coming! Harold Prince The Man Who Transformed Broadway (Part One: 1954-1964) Delray Beach Playhouse. 950 Lake Shore Drive. Tickets $30. www.delraybeachplayhouse.com Call 561-272-1281 Ext. 4 for showtimes. Booksigning 7pm Robert Olen Butler will speak and sign The Hot Country, $25.00 Murder on the Beach Bookstore. 7pm. 279 NE 2nd Ave. 561-279-7790 www.murderonthebeach.com Spin the Vote On The Ave Atlantic Avenue from 6pm 10pm. Election themed evening with DJs atop high towers, music, cultural showcase, art and more! 561-279-1380 x17 www.godelray.com or www.downtowndelraybeach.com Open Studios and Galleries at Artists Alley 6pm 9pm. Every third Thursday in Pineapple Grove in Artists Alley (near NE 3rd Avenue and NE 3rd street and the Railroad tracks). Exciting new warehouse area featuring painting, pottery, sculpture and working studios. www.cacaceart.com Global Invasion: Orquesta Aragon 7:30pm at Arts Garage. This iconic 15 person ensemble has been hailed as the purest form music from Cuba. Two nights only in a rare U.S. performance.180 NE 1st Street. www.artsgarage.com or call 561-450-6357. Tickets are $25-$35 in advance; $5 more at the door. Friday Free Concert Series 7:30pm 10:30pm Highway 41 South (Bluegrass) Delray Beach Center for the Arts Outdoor Pavilion. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs, and bring the family... but PLEASE, no pets or outside food/beverage. Food trucks and cash bar available. 561-243-7922 or www.DelrayCenterForTheArts.org Family Splash Night 6pm 8pm Pompey Pool. Membership or Pool admission. Contact Gerard Smith at 561243-7358 for more information. Floats are welcome and drinks and food will be available for purchase. Come and enjoy aquatic games on the water with family and friends. Movie Moments Series. Hosted by Barbara A. Falletta Film NoirDark Films of the 1940s 3pm. Film discussion about a few of these classics where a femme fatale leads a man astray while he tried to gure out Where in the heck did I go wrong? Tickets $15. Call 561-272-1281 Ext. 4 www.delraybeachplayhouse.com 950 Lake Shore Drive. Food! Cuisine, Culture, Community Symposium at the Delray Beach Library. 8:30am 2:30pm. Participants will enjoy workshops and cooking demonstrations. Breakfast will be provided by Publix and the day will include food tasting tables provided by local restaurants. $25 per person and pre-registration is required. www.delraylibrary.org 561-266-9490. 5-on-5 Basketball Tournament 3pm at the Teen Center, Basketball Courts 505 SE 5th Ave. Ages 12-19. $5 per person Contact Rohan Sutherland at 561-243-7158 for more information. Tournament and slam dunk contest. Call your own calls for street ball rules. Winning team takes all. Dinner in the Sky Seatings at 5:30pm, 7pm, 8:30pm & 10pm. The Delray Beach Marketing Cooperative is bringing Dinner in the Sky, an exclusive dining experience, to Delray Beach. 88 people (4 seatings of 22 people) will have the opportunity to dine, literally, in the sky at a table apparatus hoisted up 180 feet in the air. Caffe Luna Rosa and the new restaurant, Candysh, will be hosting and serving dinner in the sky that evening. Tickets are $500 per person and include an exclusive pre and post party at the Dinner in the Sky site on the Great Lawn of Old School Square. Go to www.delraybeachdinnerinthesky.com or 561-278-1380 x17 for more information. Garage Blues: Joe Survival Caruso 8pm at Arts Garage. New Orleans-style blues guitarist is backed by rocking boogiewoogie.180 NE 1st Street. www.artsgarage.com or call 561-4506357. Tickets are $25-$35 in advance; $5 more at the door. Health Fair 1pm 6pm Caf of Life 5 NE 2nd Street. Prizes, dance shows, food, health information. 561-276-2221. www.optimallifeindelray.com Sunday Sleuths Book Group will discuss The Ghost Hero at 3pm. Murder on the Beach Bookstore. 279 NE 2nd Ave. 561-279-7790 www.murderonthebeach.com Art Works 4 Food will hold the rst Augmented Reality ART Fundraiser --Where technology and art will merge-on Wednesday, October 24 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Maxs Harvest, 169 NE Second Avenue in Delray Beach. The cost is $30 for advance tickets and $40 for event day tickets. Donations will help feed healthy food to the at risk children in the community. For more information visit www.artworks4food.org. Young Professionals Fundraiser at Putt N Around Delray Beach 6pm 8:30pm. Play Haunted Golf while raising money for the Hanley Center Foundation. $25 includes 18 holes of golf and 2 drink tickets (no alcohol). 350 NE 5th Avenue. www.puttnaround.net 561-450-6162 Volunteer Delray: Come Find Your Mission! 5pm-7pm. Non-Prot Council Members of the Chamber in partnership with the Delray Beach Center for the Arts will showcase their organizations for volunteer opportunities. Free to attend at the Outdoor Pavilion followed by a free concert. 561-243-7922 x319. Non-Prots contact Kim@delraybeach.com Friday Free Concert Series 7:30pm 10:30pm Preservation (Rock & Roll covers) Delray Beach Center for the Arts Outdoor Pavilion. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs, and bring the family... but PLEASE, no pets or outside food/beverage. Food trucks and cash bar available. 561-243-7922 or www.DelrayCenterForTheArts.org Melton Mustafa CD release party 7:30pm at Arts Garage. Jazz trumpet legend Melton Mustafa celebrates the release of his new album wowing audiences with melodious riffs and catchy rhythms. 180 NE 1st Street. www.artsgarage.com or call 561-4506357. Tickets are $25-$35 in advance; $5 more at the door. Chris Evert Pro-Celebrity Tennis Classic Delray Beach Tennis Center. Pro-Celebrity Tennis from 11am 3pm on the 27th and 28th. See Hoda Kotb, Tom Arnold and Jon Lovitz in action. www.yellowtennisball.com or www.chrisevert.org General admission tickets $20. Delray Beach Orchid Society Show 10am 5pm. Delray Beach Center for the Arts Vintage Gymnasium. The Delray Beach Orchid Society presents their annual show and sale featuring orchid vendors, potting supplies, dazzling orchid displays and rafe prizes. $5 per day or $8 for a 3 day pass. www.delraybeachorchidsociety.com Teen Model Fashion Show at the Teen Center, 505 SE 5th Ave. All ages. 7pm 9pm Under 18 $3; 18 and older $5. Contact Rohan Sutherland at 561-243-7158 for more information. Showcase of fall & winter fashions of local designers for teens. Not-So-Scary Halloween at the Sandoway House Nature Center 10am 4pm.Shark feeding, Halloween storytime, nocturnal creatures of the sea. Crafts and activities all day. Costumes encouraged! $4 ages 3 and up. 142 S. Ocean Blvd. 561-274-7263 or www.sandowayhouse.org Kidsfest 1pm 4pm Veterans Park Free. Sponsored by Delray Beach Parks & Rec. 561-243-7277. Kidsfest, is a free family event highlighting childrens services and organizations featuring health, safety and fun. Enjoy live entertainment, a make-and-take craft area and much more. Tailgate Party Chamber Mens Group 2pm 8pm Old School Square Pavilion. www.delraybeach.com 561-279-1380 Jazz Project: Randy Bernsen 8pm at Arts Garage. Jazz guitarist combines exciting guitar sound with a powerful musical message. 180 NE 1st Street. www.artsgarage.com or call 561-450-6357. Tickets are $25-$35 in advance; $5 more at the door. Trick or Treating and Halloween Parade 11:30am 1pm Trick or Treat at the shops on Atlantic Avenue and Pineapple Grove then parade from Old School Square to Veterans Park. Sponsored by Rotary and the PBC Council of Fireghters and Paramedics. Artists in The Park 10am 4:30pm Old School Square grounds Delray Art League show. www.delrayartleague.com 561-843-2311. Divas in Art Spooktacular 2 7pm at Arts Garage. Diva-ish party lled with glitter and guts! Thriller songs and performances and an unforgettable costume contest. 180 NE 1st Street. www.artsgarage.com or call 561-450-6357. Tickets are $15-$20 in advance; $5 more at the door. Ghouls and Goblins Concert at the Pavilion 6pm 8pm Delray Beach Center for the Arts Outdoor Pavilion. Annual outdoor concert with the Youth Orchestra of Palm Beach County Old School Square, 51 N. Swinton Ave., 561-243-7922 www.DelrayCenterForTheArts.org Free admission. Booksigning 7pm A gathering of Be-Witching authors discuss How To Cast a Spell on Publishers and Get Published. Murder on the Beach Bookstore. 7pm. 279 NE 2nd Ave. 561-279-7790 www.murderonthebeach.com Please Send Your Calendar Listings To: Calendar@delraypineapple.com events calendar OCTOBER 12thFriday Free Concert Series and Delray Beach Center for the Arts Launch & Open HouseThe Crest Theatre, Cornell Museum and Vintage Gymnasium will all be open with entertainment, information and refreshments. A ribbon-cutting, 7:15 at The Pavilion, will be followed by a FREE outdoor concert with Across the Universe, the Ultimate Beatles Tribute band, starting at 7:30 p.m.The entire evening is free and open to the public.www.DelrayCenterForTheArts.org ARTISTS ALLEYOPEN STUDIOS & GALLERIES All artists will be available to discuss their works. Painting...Pottery...Sculpture...Works of ArtARTISTS ALLEY runs north and south between NE 3rd and 4th Streets, east of 3rd Avenue and west of the RR tracks in the Pineapple Grove Arts District in downtown Delray Beach. 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Cruise towards the Boynton Beach Inlet & Manalapan Island $39 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 Monday, October 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29 Monday, October 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29 Wednesday, October 3, 10, 17, 24, & 31 Thursday, October 4 Thursday, October 4, 11, 18 & 25 Thursday, October 4 Saturday, October 6, 13, 20 & 27 Monday, October 8 & 22 Tuesday, October 9 Tuesday, October 9 Wednesday, October 10 Thursday, October 11 & 25 Thursday, October 11 Saturday, October 13 Monday, October 15 Tuesday, October 16 Wednesday, October 17 Thursday, October 18 Saturday, October 20 Monday, October 22 Tuesday, October 23 Wednesday, October 24 Wednesday, October 24 Thursday, October 25, November 1 & 8 Monday, October 29 Monday, October 29 ART EXHIBITS FREE COMPUTER WORKSHOPS Sign up @ Reference Desk Computer classes meet in 2nd oor Technology Centerlibrary calendar In October 2012 the Lifelong Learning Community Institute presents the Fall 2012 semester of outstanding courses taught by faculty from local universities and experts in their respective elds. Each 3 session course will be just $45.00 per person and each 4 session course will be just $50.00 per person. To register or receive further information about the one-of-a-kind Lifelong Learning Community Institute at the Delray Beach Public Library, visit www.delraylibrary.org, e-mail the Librarys Director of Community Relations at bonnie.stelzer@delraylibrary. org or call 561-266-9490 for your brochure. The exciting classes are as follows: EXHIBIT AT OLD SCHOOL SQUAREAhoy 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. For more info call 561-243-7922 or visit www.oldschool.org. October 2 Jan. 27, 2013 Entertaining the Gods and Man: Japanese Dolls and the Theater Tuesday, Oct. 2, 9, 16, & 23 Ikenobo Ikebana Flower Arrangement Tuesday, Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30 Japanese Nihongo Language Intermediate Class Japanese Nihongo Language Beginners II Japanese Nihongo Language Beginners Thursday, Oct. 4, 11, 18 & 25 Sumi-e Ink Painting Floral Class Sumi-e Ink Painting Landscape Class Friday, Oct. 5, 19, 26 Sogetsu Ikebana Flower Arrangement Sunday, Oct. 7 & 21 Sado Omote Senke Tea Ceremony Class Sunday, Oct. 7, 14 &, 21 Japanese Nihongo Language Beginners I Class Japanese Nihongo Language Beginners II Class Japanese Nihongo Language Intermediate Class Tuesday, Oct. 9 Stroll for Well-Being: Garden Walks at the Morikami Fall 2012 Saturday, Oct. 20 Demonstrations of Sado: The Way of Tea Saturday, Oct. 27 Demonstrations of Koto, The Way Of Koto www.morikami.org Delray Beach Library Lifelong Learning Community Institute The Delray Beach Playhouse begins its 2012-13 Season with an intriguing mystery, A TALENT FOR MURDER, the story of a popular mystery writer who discovers that someone is plotting to murder her. The show runs October 5 21, 2012, and tickets are $30, $15 for students. Evening performances are at 8:00 PM and Saturday and Sunday Matinees are at 2:00 PM. What if Agatha Christie had become the intended victim in one of her own mysteries? That is the premise of this witty and constantly surprising comedy-mystery about a world famous mystery writer named Anne Royce McClain, played by Charlotte Sherman, who learns that her life is being threatened by someone in her own household. The Cast includes: George Wentzler, Ben Foley, Daryl Meyer and Patricia Garcia. A TALENT FOR MURDER earned the prestigious Edgar Award as the Best Mystery Play of 1982. Reservations can be made by calling the Box Ofce at (561) 272-1281 Ex.4. Group Rates are available.Delray Beach Playhouse presents A TALENT FOR MURDER

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www.DP. T D B P Welcome to ...Then Jack Happened, the new advice column written by me, Jack. I grew up reading all of your favorite advice columns, hoping one day to get a crack at my own, and now here we are. This is going to be a lot of fun, certainly for me and hopefully for you. The rst question has to be, who is this Jack chump to be giving advice? My credentials are understandably fair game. Anticipating this issue, I researched the backgrounds of several syndicated advice columnists to decipher what separated all of us from them. I can cheerfully report that the answer is this: very little to nothing. They are people, women usually, with bachelor of arts with some sort of writing background, that have penned articles called Water Birth and You, Soup Spoons: Underrated in the 21st Century, or How to Dump Your Boyfriend and Begin Dating His Roommate, the Hot One. They occasionally come from rough backgrounds and sometimes they are blue bloods. I am almost there. I am a 31-year-old single fellow with a bachelor of the arts in English that has yet to write an article about uteruses, formal table etiquette, or love problems, but I promise to whip something up once ...Then Jack Happened gets off the ground. Importantly, I am capable of reading and writing sentences. Im neither a rough kid nor a fancy boy, but I can handle myself comfortably in most social situations. So who can ask questions? Anyone. What kind of questions will I answer? Almost any question I find interesting, and more importantly, any question you find interesting. This column is the readership, you are its support system and authors. I am a proactive bystander. This excites me because you readers have endless possibilities, contrasted to my numerous limitations. As far as the tone and language, I wont be going blue, I got the vocabulary for it but want to keep the column reasonable, helpful, and considerate. I wont be obscene for the sake of obscenity, because that is boring, but I will be honest and straightforward. We will crack some jokes and enjoy some poetry. ...Then Jack Happened is for fun, interest, and the human condition. I am excited to start and look forward to your questions, problems, and stories so, please, write in and well get going. Question: Im about to turn 30 and although Im not all that bent up about it like mostI am going to miss the Wow thats impressive for someone in their s! So I guess my question for you Jack, is What do I have to accomplish in my s to get someone to crow Wow thats really impressive for someone in their s!? Answer: Happy birthday and welcome to the s club, I have been a member for over a year and its fantastic. I have interesting patches of hair, bags under my eyes, and my downslopes are faster than my up-slopes. Still, I feel great. Your attitude about turning 30 is positive, but it would serve you better to extend it further. Because you impressed in your s you must have enjoyed some type of success in your life, which is a wonderful thing. Although it is nice to have those successes recognized, your successes and goals must align with your personal happiness and satisfaction or else the outside validation is meaningless. Ive always equated success/impressiveness with happiness, and you probably wont be happy unless you follow your personal passions. What good is managing the worlds largest spittoon conglomerate at 32 if you are unhappy doing it? You should accept that youre the only one running in your race so its important to run as hard as you can, and although you are inconsolable when you inevitably dont win, you are brightened that you didnt lose either. By satisfying your personal goals regardless of outside inuence, youll be happier and more complete. That is impressive in of itself, regardless of what age you are and who is patting you on your back. Its just you. Or drive a Lamborghini into the Atlantic, but Im coming along for the ride! If you want to learn more about Jack (me) jump onto www.delraypineapple.com/jack or please feel free to get to know me better through a letter of recommendation from an old boss (whom I detested). My boss was a dunce, this never scored me a job... . send all questions to AndthenJackhappened@gmail.com . .Then Jack Happened advice Young ArtworkSAVE THE DATE! Fridays, 3:00 3:45pmChildren Ages 2 5 at Veterans Park, 801 NE 1st St., Delray BeachProgram consists of fun and enriching art sessions where children learn about the most inuential artists and talk about their works, techniques and styles. Children will have a blast while making masterpieces of their own. Classes are taught in English and Spanish. Cost: $95 Residents / $106 Nonresidents www.youngartwork.com Coffee District Buddha Sky Bar Falcon House Cut 432 Breathe Patio Delray Maxs Harvest Tryst SoLita BurgerFI Off the Ave The Shack Cranes BeachHouse Union Mellow Mushroom HiWay Burger Anthonys Coal Fired Pizza Spot Coffee Hurricanes OConners Blue Anchor Bull Bar The Beat Cup Cafe Back Room Blues Bar Tim Finnegans Irish Pub Bostons on the Beach Johnnie Browns Kevros Art Bar DADAs Pepes Hideaway Sail Inn Frog Lounge Back Room Blues Bar Delux The Sandbar Hyatt Place As Drew and The Woo close on a month of eating, drinking and taxi fare paying we wanted to recap the last year and give you, our readers, one more chance to suggest your favorite venues for Happy Hour, Dinner Under $20, Live Music, and Late Night Partying. Well venture out once more and visit the nal four entries. Then in Decemeber, we will pick a winner from each category and invite all of Delray Beach out for The Best Night Out In Delray Beach.Happy Hour Dinner Under $20 Live Music Late Night Spot [Jack] has several qualities that might not be apparently benecial but certainly serve to the inherent value of an ofce environment [advice column]. Firstly, he is an extraordinarily beautiful man, gristled with the musk of pure machismo, but also demure and polite, regal and rened, he is an American Patriot. Occasionally this distracts, but in 99 out of 100 situations this is a benet to the company [advice column]. His light brown tresses, perfectly askew and splendidly muffed hearken to boyhood charms and innocent tomfoolery, but also can freeze into a pose of cold analytic business-serious, a mane that bets the man. The sleepy, mysterious chocolate orbs, occasionally bespectacled, dart too and fro always observing and pondering his surroundings, soaking in the environment but also providing a lush window into his comple8x soul; they are more of a place that one would sit and have a single-malt, rather than mere human eyes. His angular face, with commanding beak, powerful jaw line, soft, aware ears set the perfect tiger trap, a creature so stunning shouldnt be so amazingly approachable and good natured. His mouth, soft and wet created by two alluring pillows, peels back to reveal a smart, gapped smile, mischievous and ingenious, with a single un-cavitied goldenrodtinged chomp that rests on the edge of the invisible; even Achilles had his heel. His powerful body slivers and gracefully glides through the sands of time, an appropriate vehicle, well oiled, treated, cared for, riding along lifes highways with not a hiccup but many a head turn. Always dressed meticulously and true, he makes a tee-shirt a tuxedo and a tuxedo a pair of trunks; always with his soft, long feet shelled in Spanish appropriateness. His nature removes angst, and doubt, and fear and gives hope to the question: is Man a Beast, or is he something More. Something that polishes out the scuffs, and wipes the tears, and reaches a slightly callused grip out for an honest greeting that lls the void in a heart with warm apple cider and moms comfort food. To be in his presence is to understand forgiveness. Forgiveness for all the atrocities, all the disagreements, all the children resting their wandering heads and questioning beings without a morsel of food in their stomachs. [Jack] is Hope.

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com Starting in October, the Delray Beach Public Library begins a new season of authors speaking on a variety of subjects as part of our popular Authors Series. Dont miss these opportunities! Thursday, October 11th @ 2:00pm Author Elaine Bossik of Boynton Beach will read selections and discuss her latest novel The Last Victim that tells the story about a JewishAmerican familys trials, triumphs, and tragedies. Saturday, October 13th @ 2:00pm Chemistry Professor Dr. Rose Mary Stifn of Miami Gardens will present a program about her debut novel Walk in Bethel. It is a multigenerational family saga of two clans in Indianola, Mississippi, the Thompsons and the Suttons spanning over 90 years and provides the reader with an intimate and honest look at the lives of various friends and relatives of these two families. Wednesday, October 17th @ 2:00pm Boynton Beach author Barbara Erlichman will present a program titled One of a Kind. It asks what would happen if a rare coin was discovered and put up for auction. This book weaves together four plot lines surrounding the auction of a one-of-akind coin. Monday, October 22nd @ 2:00pm As part of our Centennial Series celebrating the 100th birthday of the Delray Beach Public Library, Delray Beach playwright, columnist and author Carol White will present a program on her new book From One Place to Another which features several local places in Delray Beach. Wednesday, October 24th @ 2:00pm Melbournes Marshall Frank, author, classical violinist & retired captain from the MetroDade Police Department in Miami, will present a program titled: The Upside to Murder: Transposing True Life to Fiction. These programs are free and open to the public. Books will be available for purchase and autographing. Registration is not required. For further information visit www. delraylibrary.org or call 561-266-9490.The Delray String QuartetNinth SeasonSeason Schedule 2012-2013At The Colony Hotel 525 East Atlantic Avenue Delray Beach Mei Mei Luo, violinist Tomas Cotik, violinist Richard Fleischman, violist Claudio Jaff, cellist CONCERT #1 Nov 25, 2012 Sunday 4:00PMJohann Strauss, Jr.: Overture to Die Fledermaus Beethoven: Duo in E at major with 2 Eyeglasses Obbligato for viola and cello Prokoev: Sonata for two Violins in C major, op 56 Dvorak: Quartet no 12 in F major, op 96 American CONCERT #2 Dec 9, 2012 Sunday 4:00PMGuest Artists: Born Lau, viola and Aaron Merritt Violoncello Mozart: Grand Sestetto Concertante, K.364 Tchaikovsky: Souvenir de Florence Brahms:Scherzo from Sextet in B at, op 18 CONCERT #3 Feb 17, 2013 Sunday 4:00PMGuest artist: Tao Lin, Piano Hoffmeister: String Quartet in D major for Viola damore Sarasate:Navarra (Spanish Dance) Op. 33 for two violins and piano Zhou Long: Chinese Folk Songs (For Chinese New Year) Franck: Piano Quintet in f minor (Tao Lin, Piano) CONCERT #4 Mar 17, 2013 Sunday 4:00PMMozart: Duo in G major, K, 423 for violin and viola Handel-Halvorsen: Passacaglia in g minor for violin and cello Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody no 2 (Arr. C. Martelli) Glazunov: String Quartet no 5 in d minor CONCERT #5 Apr 14, 2013 Sunday 4:00PMGuest Artist: Deborah Fleisher, Harp Handel: Harp Concerto in B at Debussy: Danses Sacre et Profane for Harp Debussy: Quartet in g minor Saint-Saens: The Swan from The Carnival of the Animals All Tickets: Single Admission: $35 per event Season Subscription: (5 concerts) $150 For information and reservations: Call 561.213.4138www.DelrayStringQuartet.com Email Tickets@DelrayStringQuartet.com presentsA Talent For MurderA mystery by Jerome Chodorov and Norman PanamaA popular mystery writer discovers that someone is plotting to murder her. Can the author of a thousand ctional murders nd a way of preventing a real one? Production Dates: October 5 21 Tuesday Saturday at 8:00PM and Saturday & Sunday at 2:00PM Ticket price: $30 Call the Playhouse Box Ofce 561-272-1282 ext 4. www.delraybeachplayhouse.com Elaine Bossik Dr. Rose Mary Stifn Marshall Frank2012 Authors Series returns to the Delray Beach Public Library An Educational Guide to Art and Culture in Palm Beach County Now available on the webLAKE WORTH, FL. The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County announced that the Seventh Edition of its publication: An Educational Guide to Art and Culture in Palm Beach County is now available on the web. This one-of-a-kind educational resource for educators and families may be viewed or downloaded online at: www. palmbeachculture.com/educationalguide. An Educational Guide to Art and Culture in Palm Beach County is an easy-to-use resource tool that assists educators and parents looking for free, or low-cost events, eld trips and in-school presentations to enhance learning experiences for children. An Educational Guide to Art and Culture in Palm Beach County offers hundreds of activities for the K-12 student-age bracket, and provides information for educators and families to help keep art and culture a constant throughout the year. The guide is an excellent resource and we encourage everyone to take advantage of these wonderful activities, said Rena Blades, President and Chief Executive Ofcer for the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County. By doing so, it strengthens and forms ongoing partnerships with arts and cultural organizations often in the same community with your home or school, and can lead to other exciting possibilities such as, internships, scholarships, and jobs. For more information contact, Shawn Berry, Manager of Arts and Cultural Education at sberry@palmbeachculture.com, or 561.472.3347.

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www.DelrayPineapple.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple DELRAY BEACH, FL Artists in the Park will be returning for their 47th season in beautiful downtown Delray Beach and using two venues once again. The debut for the new season will take place on the lawn of Old School Square at the corner of Swinton & Atlantic Avenues. The Delray Art Leagues Artists in the Park is South Floridas longest running outdoor ne art show and sale. Participating artists work in a variety of mediums including watercolor, oil and acrylic. The shows also showcase photography, sculpture, and mixed-media artists. A percentage of all sales from Artists in the Park are donated to the Art Education Fund which awards scholarships to local art students, sponsors local art programs and provides art supplies to various organizations. Some of the recipients of donations have been FAU Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts & Letters, the Milagro Center, Old School Square, Delray Beach Sister Cities, and Palm Beach Habilitation Center, all totaling $13,000. With a down economy, and many non prots receiving less grant funding, the Delray Art League takes great pride in knowing that they can make a difference in the community. For more information about Artists in the Park call Susan Sabin at 561843-2311. The Delray Art League is a nonprot 501 (c) 3 organization comprised of more than 250 members. For more information on the Delray Art League visit www. delrayartleague.com. Saturday and Sunday October 27 & 28 (Show Hours: 10:00 am to 4:30 pm) FREE ADMISSION Just call me Rigel Post Shopping etiquette to buy byThis month in lieu of my usual question and answer column, Ive decided to address an issue of personal importance, Shopping Etiquette. High Season is upon us and the stores will soon be lling up again, with lines for the tting rooms, waits to check out and, inevitably, some cranky shoppers and sales clerks. Working in retail is, for the most part, wonderful, and I have made friends with many of my customers. However, there are things that frankly drive me bananas in my line of work. After discussing the subject further with colleagues and doing some online research, it seems Im not alone in my frustration. And the same things tend to bother us all. The bottom line is that shopping should be a pleasure. But in order for that to be fully realized, the experience should be mutually pleasing for both the customer and the sales clerk. Here are some rules to shop by. And while Im sure that youd never do these things, consider this a friendly reminder before you head out to make your next purchase. 1. Be polite I was recently shopping in Manhattan at a well-known, high-end shop that I will refrain from naming. I was in the store for over 20 minutes and the two giraffe model-type girls working on the oor hadnt so much as blinked at me. They were completely unaware of my presence and were instead focused on taking pictures of each other in various poses for, I assume, Facebook. I left soon after, annoyed and empty-handed. Point being, you should always expect to be greeted and acknowledged when walking into a store. That being said, a response is appreciated. Ignoring a Hello is quite rude in any setting and can set the precedent for the rest of the visit. Beginning with a pleasant rapport is the best way to ensure an enjoyable experience. 2. Bathrooms Most boutiques do not have public restrooms. Yes, department stores have bathrooms, but most boutiques have limited space in the back, often an ofce, stock room and storage in one small area. The restrooms therefore are most likely unglamorous and are reserved for employees only. Dont be offended by a refusal to let you go, its not personal and Im sure that theres (almost always) a Starbucks near by. 3. Children I shopped with my mom all the time as a child. Her mantra to me was, look with your eyes, not with your hands. If, on the off chance I wasnt being angelic, and I was touching things or misbehaving, we left immediately. We dont mind your kids in the store, but seriously, they have to be on their best behavior. Crying, screaming, pulling clothes off the racks, crawling on displays, foot stomping.not okay. As a general rule I would say to reserve actual shopping trips, when youre looking for new jeans, for example, for a kid free afternoon. If youre popping by to browse or say hello, kids are cool, but they lose patience quickly and quite frankly, so do we. 4. Discounts Its really never okay to ask for a discount. Let me rst make a few exceptions, though I stand by my rst statement whole-heartedly. If you nd that an item on the oor is damaged, point it out to the sales person. In the event that it is the only one and you are willing to take it as nal sale, a discount will most likely be offered and if not, its okay to ask for a percentage off. If you work in a nearby store and there is a courtesy discount generally given, you may ask if the store youre in participates. However, in both instances, the shop owner or sales person is free to decline. Simply asking for a discount because you want to pay less isnt okay. Most stores have sale items and asking if something is on sale is ne. But choosing your items and then trying to haggle the price is just plain rude. If the owner of the store or sales clerk is able to offer you a discount, they will, and I can guarantee theyll be more inclined to do so if youve been polite and havent behaved as though you deserve a discount simply because youre you. 5. Returns/Exchanges Boutiques generally operate differently from large department stores and their policies on returns and exchanges are probably somewhat less lenient. Understand the rules where youre shopping before you make a purchase. Because stores are required to have their policies displayed, claiming ignorance while trying to return something most likely wont be effective. Arguing with a sales person about the stores policy is also probably not going to work in your favor. And I hate to even have to mention this, but I do, wearing or altering a garment and then trying to return it . never okay. 6. High Prices When walking through a store, if you nd that the prices seem high, thats ne. But please, keep that to yourself. It is impolite and offensive to scoff at prices, or say things like, this skirt isnt worth x dollars?! or I could get this at Target. Perhaps youre not familiar with the lines carried at the store youre in. Asking polite and respectful questions is, of course, okay, and even welcomed. Just dont say, Why is this so expensive? because that just sounds silly. 7. Making a Mess It is the job of a sales person to keep the store looking clean and nice. That means re-folding things, rehanging things and such. However, that doesnt mean that its okay to unfold every shirt in the store and leave them in a ball. It also doesnt mean leaving things youve tried on in a pile on the oor. Its disrespectful to treat things that dont belong to you that way. In closing, remembering the adage, you catch more ies with honey than with vinegar, is a good rule of thumb when shopping. In my experience, people respond so much better to someone who is polite and nice, rather than aggressive, pushy and rude. Most people working in retail enjoy what they do and love what they sell and sincerely want to help. And having good manners and proper etiquette is always in fashion. 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: rigelherman@gmail.com By Rigel Herman The Pineapple Contributing Writer THIS MONTHS ILLUSTRATOR ASH(LY) OTOCKI Illustrators Your illustration can make it on the front cover of The Pineapple's Art, Music Etc. Section. for more information Contact: ILLUSTRATORS@ delraypineapple.com Delray Beach Center for the Arts announces Free Friday Concerts at The Pavilion DELRAY BEACH, FL Delray Beach Center for the Arts announces the 2012/13 Friday Free Concerts at The Pavilion, October 12th through January 25th. This year the concert schedule has been expanded to 16 consecutive concerts, with something for everyone its music for the masses. All concerts start at 7:30 p.m.; rain or shine; free admission. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs, and bring the family... but no pets or outside food/beverage. Food trucks and cash bar available. The Pavilion is at Old School Square, 51 N. Swinton Avenue in Delray Beach. For more, call 561-243-7922, or visit www.DelrayCenterForTheArts.org. Launch Party & Opening Concert Friday, October 12 Discover or rediscover Delrays center for the arts as they unveil their new name and new look. The Crest Theatre, Cornell Museum and Vintage Gymnasium will all be open with entertainment, information and refreshments starting at 5:30 p.m. A ribbon cutting, 7:15 at The Pavilion, will be followed by an outdoor concert with Across the Universe, the Ultimate Beatles Tribute band, starting at 7:30 p.m. The entire evening is free and open to the public. CONCERT LINE-UP Oct. 12: ACROSS THE UNIVERSE Beatles Tribute Oct. 19: HIGHWAY 41 SOUTH Bluegrass Oct. 26: PRESERVATIONRock & Roll covers Nov. 2: KLEZMER COMPANY ORCHESTRA Klezmer Nov. 9: TURNSTILES Billy Joel Tribute Nov. 16: RACHEL ANDES Jazz Rock Nov. 23: IKO IKO Blues Nov. 30: THE RESOLVERS Alternative Reggae Dec. 7: THE MARSHALL BROTHERS BAND Allman Brothers Tribute Dec. 14: IKE AND VAL R&B Dec. 21: ROOTS HOLIDAY CONCERT Christmas Dec. 28: THE STRING THEORY Rock and Roll covers Jan. 4: THE LONG RUN Eagles Tribute Jan. 11: PLAID LAZER Old School Hip-Hop Jan. 18: LA REQUINA Salsa Jan. 25: AMBER LEIGH Country Artists in the Park season begins

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.DelrayPineapple.com Arts Garage has scheduled another stellar and diverse array of talent this month. Jazz Project and Garage Blues continue to feature world class artists and will present a special Melton Mustafa CD release party. Global Invasion offers a rare opportunity to experience the historic Cuban phenomenon Orquesta Aragn and Arts Garages very own multi-talented Drew Tucker. Shades of Soul debuts with ALEX, and to nish out the month and Arts Garage celebrates Halloween with Divas in Art: Super Spooktacular 2, which includes a costume contest. October offers an exceptionally rich and diverse array of talent, said Alyona Ushe, Executive Director of Arts Garage. We are taking our audiences on an unforgettable and powerful musical journey. Every concert is a must see, and since weve sold out every show this summer, we urge our patrons to get tickets early! Visit www.artsgarage.org Saturday, 10/6, 8pmGlobal Invasion: Drew TuckerTickets: $20-$30. $5 more at the door Musical visionary Drew Tucker returns to the Arts Garage stage with a performance sure to captivate and inspire. Joined by an array of international musicians, Tuckers Heartbeats aims to capture what is similar in us all. Exotic instrumentation including a marimba, an Indian tabla, and Japanese taiko drums collaborate with Latin piano, bass guitar, and electronic dub-step to create a performance that pairs reimagined jazz classics with musical innovation. This collaboration of top musicians from around the globe promises to give audiences an unforgettable musical experience unlike anything they have ever seen. Friday, 10/12, 7:30pmShades of Soul: ALEXTickets: $15-$25. $5 more at the door Soul sensation ALEX started his musical career at the age of 7, when he toured with his siblings throughout the southeastern United States. Since then, his engaging and heartfelt performances have earned him a worldwide following. As the lead vocalist for the musical group A7, ALEX won the hearts of thousands with his single Dont Walk Away, which earned the band a spot on the Billboard Charts top 20 for 29 consecutive weeks. He has opened for major musical acts like John Legend, Al Green, and Eric Benet, and now makes his debut performance at Arts Garage in the Shades of Soul series premiere. Saturday, 10/13, 8pmJazz Project: LeNard RutledgeTickets: $25-$35. $5 more at the door Miami-born LeNard Rutledge brings his robust vocals to the Arts Garage in a soul-stirring evening of eclectic jazz. Often compared to legendary Lou Rawls, Rutledges silky voice is backed up by Miami musical heavyweights Paul Shewchuck on bass, Jaui Schneider on keyboard, and Carlomagno Arroya on drums. In response to the 2006 release of his rst independent album Hello World, the Miami New Times voted Rutledge Best Jazz Artist of the Year. Rutledges silky voice and classy elegance have made him one of the most sought-after vocal talents in contemporary jazz. Thursday, 10/18 & Friday 10/19, 7:30pm (Friday Performance SOLD OUT)Global Invasion: Orquesta AragnTickets: $25 to $35. $5 more at the door Arts Garage is thrilled to announce this falls special presentation of the Cuban music icon Orquesta Aragn. This legendary ensemble, formed in Cuba in 1939, quickly established itself as a true institution of Cuban music, and has evolved over the years to incorporate new instruments and musical innovations. They are credited with inspiring the New York mambo movement in the 1950s, and are hailed as the purest form music from Cuba. This 15-person ensemble combines violins, piano, flute, percussion and vocals to deliver one of the best live shows on the planet. For two nights only, Orquesta Aragn ignites the stage in a fury of Latin rhythms and raucous beats. Dust off your dancing shoes and join us for this once-in-a-lifetime performance that promises to thrill and entertain. See them at Arts Garage in October or you will have to wait to see them at Manhattans B.B. Kings on New Years Eve! Saturday, 10/20, 8pmGarage Blues: Joe Survival CarusoTickets: $25-$35. $5 more at the door Hailing from a musical family from the heart of New Orleans, blues guitarist Joe Caruso grew up across the street from the legendary Club Desire, where he was introduced to legends like the young Ray Charles, Memphis Slim, Dinah Washington, and Fats Domino. He fell in love with the blues, and has developed his own electrifying blues sound with a twist of boogiewoogie and a touch of rock and roll. He has opened for Etta James, Hank Ballard, and Bobby Marchand. After losing his home in Hurricane Katrina, Joe moved to Florida and started up the Boogie-Woogie Blue-Fay Blues Band, and they have been exciting audiences ever since. Friday, 10/26, 8pmJazz Project: Melton Mustafa | CD Release PartyTickets: $25-$35. $5 more at the door Trumpet virtuoso Melton Mustafa, the very rst artist in our Jazz Project series, returns to Arts Garage in celebration of his new album, wowing audiences with melodious riffs and catchy rhythms. Dont miss this special opportunity to see this jazz legend up close and personal in the intimate setting of Arts Garage Saturday, 10/27 8pmJazz Project: Randy BernsenTickets: $25-$35. $5 more at door Jazz guitarist Randy Bernsen has played to audiences all over the U.S., Europe, Asia, and Africa. He brings with him an exciting fusion guitar sound and a musical message. He has worked with some of the greatest modern guitar players, including Herbie Hancock, Michael Brecker, and Jaco Pastorius. Bernsen also spent 2 years with Weather Report jazz keyboardist/composer maestro Joe Zawinul developing his guitar synth chops and composition skills, and was the guitarist for the Zawinul Syndicate fusion band. Sunday 10/28 7pmDivas in Art: Super Spooktacular 2Tickets: $15-$25. $5 more at door Come dressed as you are, as you were, or as youd like to be! This aint no Monster Mashits a diva-ish party lled with glitter and guts! Thriller songs and performances, as well as an unforgettable costume contest. A horror show with a twist! Orquesta Aragon Drew Tucker Joe Survival Caruso Melton Mustafa Randy Bernsen ALEX

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