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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com Oc tober 2013 1 DELRAY BEACH, FL Stephanie Immelman, Executive Director of the Delray Beach Marketing Cooperative (DBMC), announced that the citys next On The Ave is once again on the move this time to Pineapple Grove. Set for Thursday, October 17, from 6 to 10 p.m., On The Ave will be packed with outstanding entertainment, gorgeous art and great food, along Northeast Second Avenue, from just north of Atlantic Avenue to just south of Northeast Third Street. One of the goals of On The Ave is to highlight all that Delray Beach has to offer throughout the year, especially during the off-season months, says Immelman. The popular one-night festival was located on West Atlantic Avenue in August and will be held in the Pineapple Grove Arts District in October. Theres a great energy in this area now, thanks in large part to the Hyatt Place Delray Beach, the Arts Garage and Artists Alley, all of which are relatively new to the area. Bringing On The Ave to Pineapple Grove is one more way of showing our support for merchants throughout Delray Beach. Having On The Ave in Pineapple Grove will offer visitors a chance to experience rst hand how this area has become a hot spot for restaurants, shopping and, of course, art, she adds. The theme for this event is Be a Part of the Art, and were going to showcase every discipline, from visual art to music to dance. During the upcoming event, visitors will be able to not only enjoy the art of Pineapple Grove, theyll also have a chance to be a part of it. Throughout the evening, artists from nearby Artists Alley will display their work and offer demonstrations, while visitors will have a chance to create their own masterpieces on blank canvases set up throughout the area. The art of music will also be in the spotlight as musicians perform along each block of Second Avenue, also known as Pineapple Grove Way. Singer, guitarist and composer Ghaleb, a South Florida favorite, will be a featured performer, www.PineappleNewspaper.com OCTOBER 2013 Pineapplethe LOOKINSIDE COMMUNITY NEWS section 1 Pineapple Slices . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Schools/Education . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Health and Fitness . . . . . . . . . . .11-15 BUSINESS/REAL ESTATE section 2 Chamber News. . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Biz Briefs . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Real Estate Briefs . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 ARTS/MUSIC/FOOD/ETC. section 3 Arts & Ends . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Event Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Food and Dining . . . . . . . . . . 40-43By Tara Monks The Pineapple Staff WriterOn Monday, August 19, 2013, St. Pauls Episcopal Day School opened its doors to a new generation of energetic preschoolers and the beginning of its 50th Anniversary. On Sunday, October 27th, the school will host its St. Pauls Day Schools 50th Celebration to remember those who played a part in developing the school and celebrate the milestone that marks generations of preschoolers being introduced to the joys of learning. St. Pauls Day School was started in 1963 by Parishioners Roy Simon and Bill Watkins, who served as architect and contractor, respectively, in the building of the facility. The school was an immediate success, and continues to be home to long-serving principals, parishioners and staff. The upcoming celebration will include the remembrance of the two Parishioners, alongside Rolene Gent, the rst Director of St. Pauls Day School who served the school and church for 33 years. It will also highlight the 20 years of leadership and commitment displayed by the Director of the Day School, Patti Daniell. St. Pauls Episcopal Day School Turns 50DBMC to host next On The Ave in Pineapple GroveResidents and tourists are invited to Be Part of the ArtContinued on page 5 DELRAY BEACH, FL Energy and excitement lled the air at the Delray Beach Historical Society Thursday evening, September 17th. New co-presidents Angela Kumar and Leslie Callaway along with a newly formed board hosted a communitywide, grand kick-off to the season, celebrating the revitalization of the societys mission. Three generations of locals gathered to tell stories, renew friendships and plan for the future. In 1964, the daughter of one of the citys most prominent pioneer families, Ethel Serling Williams, along with President of the Chamber of Commerce Kenneth Ellingsworth founded the Delray Beach Historical Society in an effort to safekeep the memories and records of Delrays settlement. The society continues to this day as an enthusiastic nonprot membership organization working to preserve and share Delray Beachs fascinating heritage. Angela Kumar noted in her address to the crowd of 80, Our library and archives, our museum and our rich offering of programs, events and exhibits are accessible to all building a sense of excitement for local history, pride of citizenship and stewardship of our legacy for generations to come. As the 2013-2014 season begins, the Delray Beach Historical Societys revitalized vision includes redening the society as a vibrant center for community life, bringing together families and multiple generations to a series of fun-lled and contemporary themed events, which will also showcase the colorful stories of our past. Leslie Callaway adds, along with the expertise of our new board members, we are blessed to be working with longstanding members who bring unprecedented knowledge, wisdom and a love for Delray that inspires us all. Continued on page 3 Continued on page 5 The Boynton Beach CRA hosts the Second Annual Haunted Pirate Fest on Saturday and Sunday, October 26 and 27 (see page 39 inside)Delray Beach Historical Society kicks off a new season with renewed spirit and focus (pictured: DBHS Board Members, Mary Renaud, David Cook, Lisa White, Tom Stanley, Suzy Long, Leslie Callaway, Angela Kumar, Patti Alexander, Elisabeth Salvadore, Laura Simon, Roy Simon, Michael Cruz (not pictured Howard Ellingsworth.)

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2 October 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com Oc tober 2013 3 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 Editorialcall: (561) 299-1430 e-mail: info@delraypineapple.comContributing WritersDianne E. Adams David DiPino Jule Guaglardi Stephanie Immelman Julia Kadel Kurt Lehmann Tara Monks Ash Otocki Jamie Salen Drew TuckerFor AdvertisingKylee Treyz 561-299-1430 Kylee@PineappleNewspaper.comDistribution561-299-1430 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 2013 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. The Pineappledelray beach newspaper HISTORICAL SOCIETY continued from page 1 Three buildings encompass the Delray Beach Historical Society campus. Authentically furnished and reecting the South Florida lifestyle from 1915 to 1935, The Cason Cottage Museum is an education institution devoted to the preservation of Delray Beach History, named after Dr. J.R. Cason, Sr., the towns rst physician. It provides rotating exhibits of art, artifacts and records pertaining to the Citys storied past. The 1926 Florida Bungalow and Porch Gift Shop provides the museum with additional space for exhibits on local Florida history and is a rental space for various events and meetings. The Hunt House is an original Florida farmhouse, which was dedicated and named the Ethel Sterling Williams Archive and History Learning Center in 2009. This state-of-the-art and award-winning center houses the Citys archives and is open for local research, school classes and exhibits. Staff archivist, Dottie Patterson and Patroness of Cason Cottage, Marsha Love are both Delay Beach veteran historians and look forward to sharing their knowledge through events and exhibits in the coming year. The next time you are driving down Swinton Avenue, just north of the Delray Beach Center for the Arts at Old School Square, stop by your Historical Society at 3 NE 1st Street and tour this enchanting campus where history comes alive. Whether youre interested in nding out more about our business pioneers, Delray Beach as a famous seaside resort, our agriculture heritage or the beginnings of our writers and artist colony, its an enriching experience you wont soon forget. Visit or call the DBHS to learn more about the upcoming calendar of events, becoming a member or volunteer. 561.274.9578 or http://www.delraybeachhistory.org On Friday, October 4th, eight of the ne art galleries within Pineapple Grove are on the map, the Heart of the Grove map that is a Passport ticket that provides entrance to a very special evening that will benet a special cause. The Pineapple Grove Merchants have created a unique experience to showcase the new energy and vibe that is within the Pineapple Grove District. The Alliance for Eating Disorders was selected to be the charity of choice as they utilize the creation of art as part of the healing process. The galleries will prole ne art, provide opportunities to meet the artists, and donate a portion of their proceeds from the sales of the evening to this special organization. The Pineapple Grove Merchants began meeting in February 2013 as a group to nd ways to bring customers to the area. There are many new galleries, restaurants, very unique shops, salons, wellness centers, local pubs and not to mention a very charming atmosphere, expresses Laura Simon, Associate Director, DDA. The business owners within Pineapple Grove love the location and really want to share with the community, the SoHo of Downtown Delray Beach, and this will be a fantastic opportunity to meet the business owners and have a fun night in Downtown. The Heart of the Grove Event is a two part event, an Art Walk a strolling event along the sidewalks of NE 2nd Avenue and Artists Alley. It will begin at 5pm when attendees will follow their Passport to each stop among the 8 participating galleries: ICB Gallery, Addison Gallery, Gallery at Studio 5, Ettra, Vincent Cacace Studio, A. Funk, Steele Studio, and Schmidt Stained Glass. Attendees can purchase their Art Passport Program at the Artistic Artichoke Caf, located at 140 NE 2nd Ave. or by phone at 561-703-4204 for $20, states Erinn Beck, Pineapple Grove Event Committee Chair and Business owner. The passport will provide you with a map of the area and the participating galleries as well as the art piece that will be part of the Heart of the Grove sale, which a portion of each sale will go towards the charity selected Alliance for Eating Disorders. The gallerys will stamp each passport so that the holder is eligible to win some incredible prizes at the VIP Art Sale Party. Volunteers from the neighborhood will be guiding attendees through the event and available to assist throughout the evening. Following the Art Walk, from 7pm 9pm at the Historic Bungalow on the grounds of the Delray Beach Historical Society, Passport holders are invited and encouraged to attend this VIP Reception to enjoy tasty dishes from local restaurants such as 3rd and 3rd, Casa Di Pepe, Artistic Artichoke, MaMas Pizza and more. Art pieces from local artists and students within downtown will be available for purchase. Guests can enjoy this beautiful atmosphere while making a difference within the community. We very excited about this program and the opportunity to show how amazing and vibrant the Pineapple Grove area is and what a gem it is within Downtown Delray Beach, says Laura Simon. Program Details: Date : Friday Oct. 4, 2013 Art Walk: 5pm-7pm Walk through Pineapple Grove along NE 2nd and Artists Alley VIP Reception: 7pm 9pm Reception and Sale at 5 NE 1st Street Delray Beach Historical Society Cost: $20 per passport and can be purchased at Artistic Artichoke 140 NE 2nd Ave. Details and contact information are available at www.downtowndelraybeach.com or the Facebook page www.facebook.com/ delraydda. Visit the site continuous updates as well as register to receive email updates. All funds raised at Heart of the Grove will fund outreach, education, and awareness efforts throughout South Florida. For more information, contact the ofce at 561-841-0900 or visit www.allianceforeatingdisorders.com. Pineapple Grove Arts District Merchants present Heart of the Grove Art Walk event on October 4 DELRAY BEACH, FL Perhaps it was said best by Dr. Seuss, The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places youll go. Little Free Librarys are popping up all over the world and now one is here in Delray Beach at the corner of NE 1st Avenue and 4th Street in front of Preferred Care at Home. The concept is simple: take a book; leave a book. This little house-shaped library offers an ever-changing variety of books so people of all ages can pick up a book for free. When we found out about the Little Free Library we knew we wanted to participate, says Gina Guerrieri, coowner and administrator for Preferred Care at Home. It not only offers a fun way to promote reading, but it also requires community engagement and allows anyone to share their favorite books. Preferred Care at Home has gone onestep further and created bookmarks. These bookmarks allow for people to write their thoughts and comments about the book as it is passed around the community. Preferred Care at Home also offers complimentary delivery or pick-up services for homebound seniors living in Delray Beach that would like to read or donate a book. Our Little Free Library is just one small way we can give back to our community, said Chad Farmer, Director of Community Relations and who took the time to build the Little Free Library. We look forward to meeting fellow readers as we foster a love for reading in Delray Beach. The Little Free Library is located at 354 NE 1st Avenue, in front of Preferred Care at Home. Bring your book donations to Preferred Care at Home or simply leave them in the Little Free Library. Preferred Care at Home is a nationally franchised company providing reliable, compassionate and affordable home care and based in Delray Beach. For questions regarding Preferred Care at Home and its Little Free Library, contact Chad Farmer at 561-404-2300. Little Free Library fosters a love for reading and sharingPreferred Care at Home encourages community reading through its Little Free Library (LEFT) Angela Kumar and Leslie Callaway, new co-presidents of the Delray Beach Historical Society reminisced with Daisy Sundy, visiting granddaughter of rst Mayor of Delray Beach John Sundy and legendary, pioneering wife Elizabeth Sundy at the Palm Beach County Historical Societys Cocktails in Paradise held at the Sundy House, September 19th. Guests and sponsors included Historical Societies of Boynton & Delray, The Sandoway House, Spady Cultural Heritage Museum and Palm Beach Illustrated magazine. Photo Emiliano BrooksHISTORY IN THE MAKING (ABOVE) Delray Beach Mayor Cary Glickstein with Daisy SundyPhoto Emiliano Brooks (LEFT) Cason Cottage Museum

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4 October 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple Save the Date City of Delray Beach Town Hall Meeting The City of Delray Beach will host a Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, October 17, 2013 at Atlantic Community High School, 2455 West Atlantic Avenue, beginning at 7:00 pm. The meeting will focus on local public schools and provide the community with a better understanding of the educational opportunities that are available for our youth. The public is invited to attend and participate by providing input on the topic of discussion. Additional information will be forthcoming and posted on the Citys website, www.mydelraybeach.com. For more information, contact the Citys Community Improvement Department at (561) 243-7203 or by E-mail at CIdirector@mydelraybeach.com.City of Delray Beach 2013/2014 Beach Parking Permits now available for saleAnnual Beach Parking Permits are available for purchase at Delray Beach City Hall, 100 NW 1st Avenue, Utility Billing Customer Service. Permits will be sold Monday thru Friday from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm. Annual Beach Parking Permits will be on sale for $90 plus tax ($95.40) and are valid from October 1st to September 30th (fees are not pro-rated). 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. Please note that this Permit is not valid for parking on Ocean Blvd/A1A and/or the Gleason Street Lot. In addition, Annual Senior Beach Parking Permits will be available for $95 plus tax ($100.70) to all persons who are 62 years of age and older at the time of purchase. The Senior Beach Parking Permit provides for expanded parking opportunities above the Citys Annual Beach Parking Permit including parallel parking on Ocean Boulevard/A1A, south of Miramar Street and north of Atlantic Avenue, without paying meter fees. The Annual Senior Beach Parking Permit will be valid from October 1st to September 30th (fees are not pro-rated). Please note that this Permit does not provide for parking in angled spaces on Ocean Blvd/A1A and/or the Gleason Street Lot. Annual Beach Parking Permits may be purchased by residents and non-residents. A valid drivers license and vehicle registration are required at the time of purchase. Permit stickers are not transferrable and must be afxed to the front driver side windshield of the vehicle for which they are purchased. For additional information regarding the Citys Annual Beach Parking Permit program, contact the Citys Utility Billing Customer Service Division at (561) 243-7108 or Scott Aronson, Parking Facilities Manager, at (561) 243-7196 or E-mail aronson@mydelraybeach.com.Delray Beach Fire Rescue presents community health and preparedness seminarThis past August, Delray Beach Fire Rescue (DBFR) presented a Community Health and Preparedness Seminar at the Rainberry Bay development in Delray Beach. The focus of the presentation was medical emergency awareness and hurricane preparedness. The seminar was taught by DBFRs Fireghter/Paramedic Kenneth Thompson who stressed the importance of preparedness as the best form of emergency prevention and mitigation. Also present at the event were the communitys Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) members who are responsible for emergency management in the community in case of a disaster that prevents re rescue crews from responding. The CERT team stressed involvement in the program as a way to combat disaster. A major emphasis of the re department during this event was the further implementation of home safety surveys. The re department provides free home safety surveys to all residents of Delray Beach as a way to prevent unnecessary medical emergencies, such as falls and accidental poisonings; preventable res; and unnecessary disasters during signicant events, such as hurricanes. Residents were urged to consider having a home safety survey performed in their homes and to spread the word throughout their community. Delray Beach Fire Rescue personnel are available to all homeowners and neighborhood associations in Delray Beach, Highland Beach, and Gulfstream for Health and Preparedness Seminars. Additionally, all residents of Delray Beach have access to the re department for home safety surveys and are asked to contact the re department for scheduling at (561) 243-7400 or by visiting the website at www.mydelraybeach.com.City submits fee proposal request to County for re rescue servicesThe City of Delray Beach has submitted a request to Palm Beach County FireRescue for a fee proposal regarding Fire Rescue services. The request stipulates that comprehensive services, comparable to those presently offered by our City, should be addressed as well as services provided through Interlocal Agreements and contracts with the Towns of Highland Beach and Gulfstream. The objective of the proposal is to determine the feasibility of utilizing Palm Beach County as an alternative provider for Fire Rescue services. An analysis of the proposal will be conducted by the City to study the impact on public safety, services currently provided to the community, and economic viability. For more information, contact Delray Beach Fire-Rescue Chief Danielle Connor at connor@mydelraybeach.com or (561) 243-7410. About Delray Beach Fire-Rescue ( Delray Beach Fire-Rescue (DBFR) proudly serves the City of Delray Beach, as well as providing services to the Towns of Highland Beach and Gulfstream. DBFR has 5 stations located throughout Delray Beach and provides personnel and services to the Highland Beach station. Each station houses at least one re suppression apparatus and one medic transport unit. Our staff is dedicated to the preservation of life, the alleviation of harm and suffering, the conservation and protection of property, and the safety of our personnel.Flex-Pave tree grate material to be installed in tree bases ( on Atlantic Avenue and in Pineapple Grove 182 tree bases on Atlantic Avenue, from Ocean Blvd/SR A1A to NW/SW 12th Avenue, and in the Pineapple Grove Arts District will undergo installation of Flex-Pave tree grates. The total cost of this project ($110,660.00) will be funded by the Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency. Construction is scheduled to begin on Tuesday, September 17, 2013. Paver tree grates are used to help integrate trees in urban settings by covering the entire planting area and allowing a safe walking environment for pedestrians. Tree bases are not visible and planting plots remain level with sidewalks and streets, avoiding concrete buckling and/or drainage issues. After testing several products, City staff recommended Flex-Pave material because it is an eco-friendly, porous pavement that allows water and fertilizer to permeate through to tree roots. In addition, this product is strong, puncture-resilient and resistant to cracking and various chemicals. City staff will begin excavating tree wells, removing existing tree grate material and root prune where appropriate. Electrical and irrigation adjustments will be made as needed. Rock base levels will be installed to current bricks to avoid potential tripping hazards. Flex-Pave tree grate material will be installed within three weeks of excavating and work will be completed in phases as follows: 1. Atlantic Avenue from Swinton Avenue to NE/SE 5th Avenue ( 2. Atlantic A venue from NE/SE 5th Avenue to A1A ( 3. Atlantic A venue from Swinton Avenue to NW/SW 12th Avenue ( 4. Pineapple Grove Arts District It is estimated that 2-3 phases will be completed prior to the Thanksgiving season. Please note that during construction, sidewalks may be closed and/or have limited access. Pedestrians are requested to use caution when walking in these areas. No road closures are expected at this time. For more information, please contact Tim Simmons, Interim Parks and Recreation Director, at (561) 243-7250 or E-mail Parks&Recreation@mydelraybeach.com. pineapple slices DELRAY BEACH, FL Delray Beach teenager Rebecca Markert has given her home city something to celebrate. The 16-year-old beat out hundreds of other Florida teens on her way to winning the title of Miss Florida Junior Teen. The South State of Floridas National American Miss pageant was held July 20-21 in Miami, Florida. With her win, Rebecca received cash prizes, the ofcial state crown and banner, a VIP day at Disneyland, and a complimentary trip to the National American Miss competition in Hollywood, California this November. There she will compete against hundreds of Miss Junior Teen state winners from around the country for the title of National American Miss Junior Teen Queen, including the Miss North Florida Junior Teen winner, Haley Asofsky. The entire pageant experience was eye opening to me, said Rebecca. I am thrilled to have this opportunity and I am excited to bring exposure to my platform charity Little Smiles, learn more about the entertainment industry, and represent the sunshine state as Miss Florida Junior Teen. The National American Miss Pageant is based on inner beauty as well as poise and presentation. Its founders say emphasis is put on the importance of developing self-condence, learning good sportsmanship, as well as setting and achieving personal goals. The State of Florida competition was divided into the following areas: beauty and poise, personal introduction, as well as seven individual interviews with the judges. In addition, contestants, including Rebecca, were recognized in a number of other categories, including Miss Personality, Volunteer Service, Talent and more. Despite being new to the pageant arena, Rebecca impressed the judges with her personality, casual wear, spirit, and acting skills winning awards in each of those classications. Rebeccas talent during the competition included playing the ukulele and singing. While singing comes natural for the high school junior, who has performed in numerous plays and theater productions, playing the Hawaii-born ukulele is not. Always up for a challenge, Rebecca taught herself to play the small string instrument only months before the Miss Florida Junior Teen pageant and performed it with ease. One of Rebeccas more important responsibilities as Miss Florida Junior Teen is to be involved with and champion a charity of her choice. Rebecca has already started partnering with the Florida-based Little Smiles charity, a local organization dedicated to children, which she chose as her campaign platform. Little Smiles is a non-prot volunteer organizations based in Florida that provides toys, movies, computers, celebrity meet-and-greets, concert and sporting event tickets, theme park trips, junk food runs, and much more to children in local hospitals, hospices and shelters throughout Florida. Through the charity, Rebecca has already had the opportunity to spend time at the Miami Childrens Hospital with some of the young patients, Virginia from the KVJ radio show, deliver pizza to the nurses, and shoot Nerf guns with the kids! Learn more about the organization at www.LittleSmiles.org. About Rebecca Markert Rebecca Markert is 2013 Miss Florida Junior Teen. Rebecca is 16 years old and lives with her family in Delray Beach, Florida. She is a junior at Pope John Paul II High School in Boca Raton, Florida, where she is an honors student; National Honors Society member; member of the schools varsity cheerleading squad; an actor in the fall and spring theater productions; and a member of the schools Thespians and Cappies Critics and Awards Program clubs. Rebecca is a New England Academy of Dance and Boca Ballet Theatre trained dancer with more than 12 years of experience. She also spent two years at the prestigious Stagedoor Manor summer camp in the Catskills. New to pageants, Rebecca is thrilled to have been part of the entire Miss Florida Junior Teen experience and ecstatic that she won! She is hoping her title will allow her to bring awareness to the Little Smiles organization and help open new doors within the entertainment industry. Her aspiration is to one day be an actor in TV and lm. Learn more about Rebecca Markert at RebeccaMarkert.com. DELRAY BEACH TEEN WINS MISS FLORIDA JUNIOR TEEN PAGEANTFirst time competitor, Rebecca Markert plans to use her title to promote Florida-based charity Little Smiles Miss Florida Junior Teen, Rebecca Markert During this past month of September the Milagro Center STARS explored the living value of HONESTY. Here, in their own words, is what the kids said about the meaning of HONESTY: Honesty makes me nervous because when somebody pushes me, I tell the teacher. Jesus, age 6 I think honesty means to tell the truth almost all the time. You could lie sometimes, but not a lot. Jonathan, age 10 Honesty means to trust your friends and to not lie. Angely age 9 To me, honesty is the truth. David, 9 Honesty makes me feel happy because Im telling the truth. Kaya, age 10 Being honest is not to say a lie and to be kind to people. Anahi, age 9 WWW.MILAGROCENTER.ORG HONESTY

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com Oc tober 2013 5 along with PALO!, an Afro-Cuban-funk band. Popular local twin brothers who perform as Double Trouble and students from the Arts Garage Academy band will also add to the musical entertainment. Visitors also might want to bring their dancing shoes to On The Ave in Pineapple Grove and join with dancers from NTB Studios, who will be giving four performances and teaching a few dance moves between shows. Those who see collector cars as works of art will enjoy the variety of classic cars on display featuring everything from muscle cars to vehicles from the 50s and 60s, when big ns and big engines were the big thing. For younger visitors, there will be Kids Corner made possible by Avenue Church, where the smaller set will have a chance to paint and create, step into a photo booth and even learn some dance moves of their own. Of course, food and beverages are always an important part of On The Ave and guests are invited to stop by any of the great Pineapple Grove restaurants. A beer garden, sponsored by 3rd and 3rd will be open, and popular paella from main stage sponsor, Papa Tapas, will be available. Regardless of what brings them to On The Ave in Pineapple Grove, guests will be encouraged to get involved and be a part of the art. An event is always a lot more fun when youre a part of it, says Jarrod White, DBMCs special events coordinator. We really want people to come and get involved and see for themselves why Delray Beach is the Most Fun Small Town in the USA. To nd out more about On The Ave, please visit the web site set up by the DBMC: www.ontheavedelraybeach.com.ON THE AVE continued from page 1 Singer, guitarist and composer Ghaleb Afro-Cuban-funk band PALO! ST. PAULS continued from page 1 Patti has worked to spread awareness of the school within the community and worked to increase the programs that are helpful to todays parents. She, like her predecessor, Rolene Gent, whom the schools Scholarship Fund is named after, made sure the school was accessible to all. Other teachers who helped shape the schools academic prole include Mrs. Barbara Jackson, Mrs. Kathy Yates, Mrs. Diane Simpson and Ms. Morgan Farrell. Their dedication to helping 3-, 4and 5-year-olds acclimate to the education system will be recognized as well. St. Pauls Day School was established to serve preschool children in a loving Christian atmosphere. The school operates on the philosophy of nurturing young childrens love of learning in a developmentally appropriate and challenging atmosphere. The schools program focuses on the whole child and addresses the social, emotional, intellectual and physical development of the children, with an emphasis on kindness and appreciation. Over the years, parents who attended the school in their youth have sent their own preschool-aged children to experience the atmosphere. Jennifer Kilpatrick, whose brother attended the school in the late 80s, now serves a board member and Chair/ Co-chair to the school. Her children were enrolled at St. Pauls Day School when they were younger, further lengthening the family history of attendance. When asked about the school and its dedication to the community, she answered, I am so proud of the school and its steady commitment to support its families and children. She continued, I know I am partial, but [St. Pauls Day School] is a rare bastion of an old fashioned notion of treating each other with love and compassion and making learning a lifelong passion. Its not about testing or getting children to learn things ahead of their developmental readiness. This exceptional school anywhere else would be expensive and exclusive, but because of its mission, it keeps it affordable for all. Over the years, families from the beach to West Delray, Highland Beach and Lake Worth have traveled the distance to come to this special little school. The St. Pauls Day School 50th Anniversary Celebration will take place during the 10:00 am service at St. Pauls Episcopal Day School. The reception will follow in the Childrens Village, where the classrooms are located. On Thursday, October 3rd, join Chef Jacques Schlock le Bloch and a motley bunch of fools in the hilarious, interactive Murdered by Merlot. The show is part of Spodak Dentals murder mystery fundraiser to help 4Uganda Inc.a 501c3, non-profit organizationbuild a complementary dental clinic at its hospital in the village of Myende. The event will be held at Benvenuto Caterestaurant in Boynton Beach, starting at 6:00 PM. You take a lot of things for granted without realizing itlike being able to visit a dentist for regular cleanings or not having to worry that the pain in your mouth will get worse, says Linda Greenberg, 4Ugandas founder and Executive Director. My goal for this clinic is for the villagers to have just one less thing to worry about in their lives. The audience-interactive show will highlight a wonderful evening that includes complimentary sangria upon entering the beautiful Benvenuto, cocktails, a signature drink of the evening, hors doeuvres, elegant three-course dinner, silent auction and a Grand Prize from the professional company putting on the show, Actors with a Clue! All of this for only $80 per person or $150 per couple. Tables of 10 are also available at just $750. It is one of the most affordable, fun-filled ways to show your love and support, and all proceeds will be used exclusively for 4Uganda. To reserve your seats at the fundraiser, visit http:// shop.actorswithaclue.com/, or call Lori Revilla at Actors With a Clue! at 561-207-8947. Its Murder, Mayhem... and Merlot!Spodak Dental Group to raise funds for new Uganda dental clinic

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6 October 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple at the library THE DELRAY BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY HAS A GREAT DEAL TO BRAG ABOUTThe Delray Beach Public Library has a lot to brag about! Not only did the Library celebrate its 100th Birthday in April but many of the Librarys Departments had a record year as well! In the Childrens Department the Summer Reading Program had approximately 4,000 children attend programs both at the Library and at outreach programs around the City of Delray Beach. The Young Adult Department had 67 active teens volunteering approximately 4900 hours of service at the Library. The teens provided active service by tutoring younger children, shelving books, attending book discussion groups or by becoming Reader Advisors, writing book talks or making video book talks, or writing study guides for the upcoming Battle of the Books program. The Library is seeking more Young Adults for this season. The Adult Department has a new feature entitled Goodreads which is an online, open book discussion of the latest and hottest books. In addition the Lifelong Learning Community Institute which began in 2010, offered 32 classes this yea with more than 1200 people attending, as well as the upcoming 3rd Annual Food, Glorious Food: Healthy, Local & Delicious Symposium scheduled for Saturday, October 26, 2013 featuring restaurants, chefs, farmers and speakers participating and more than 175 people attend each year. For further information on the many programs for people of all ages at the Delray Beach Public Library, visit our website at www.delraylibrary.org or call the Director of Community Relations at 561-266-9490. LIBRARY LIFELONG LEARNING COMMUNITY INSTITUTEThe Delray Beach Public Library created the ONLY Lifelong Learning Community Institute in a Library setting in South Florida. The Library has been offering classes since the Fall 2009 and offers a wide variety of subjects for retirees and working people each year. In October 2013 the Lifelong Learning Community Institute presents the Fall 2013 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. **The Library will also present its popular food event Food, Food Glorious Food: Healthy, Local & Delicious on Saturday, October 26, 2013 with breakfast, cooking demonstration, panel discussions & lunch-by-the-bite tasting tables! The exciting classes are as follows: 1. Mondays Oct. 28, Nov 4, 18, 25 from 10:30 12noon Dr. Carol S. Gould Moral Dilemmas of the 21st Century 2. Mondays Oct. 28, Nov 4, 25 from 2-3:30pm Nova Southeastern University Museum Art Series 3. Mondays December 2, 9, 16 from 10:30am 12noon Winston Aarons Reading Behind the Words Understanding The Short Story 4. Mondays December 2, 9, 16 from 2-3:30pm Geoffrey Kashdan A Closer Look: When Art, Mathematics & Innovation Collide (Escher, Peter Bruegel, China) 5. Tuesdays Nov. 5, 12, 19 from 2-3:30pm Hon. Peter Leavitt From the Other Side of the Bench 6. Tuesdays December 3, 10, 17 from 2-3:30pm Dr. Jeffrey Morgan Mark Twain: A Literary History 7. Wednesdays Oct. 30, Nov. 6, 13, 20 from 2 3:30pm Al Carmen Guastafeste Frederic Chopin: Poet of the Piano Lecture & Performance 8. Wednesdays Dec 4, 11, 18 from 2 3:30pm Stephen Singer Jewish Gangsters At the Turn of the 20th Century 9. Wednesdays Dec 4, 11, 18 from 6 7:30pm Rabbi Eli Kavon Fundamentalism in Western Religion 10. Thursdays Oct. 31, Nov. 7, 14, 21 from 2-3:30pm Dr. Ronald Feinman The Four Greatest Republican Presidents: Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Eisenhower, Reagan 11. Thursdays Dec 5, 12, from 2 3:30pm Russian & Austrian Musical Masters: Stravinsky, Scriabin, Schubert & Mozart Lecture & Performance Alexander Scriabin: Magical World of Heavenly Forms & Feelings Stephen Seto The Many Styles of Igor Stravinsky Dr. Thomas McKinley Mozart & Schubert: Matchless Lyricism Dr. Roberta Rust To register or receive further information about the one-of-a-kind Lifelong Learning Community Institute or Food Symposium at the Delray Beach Public Library, please visit us on line at www.delraylibrary.org, e-mail the Librarys Director of Community Relations at bonnie.stelzer@delraylibrary.org or call 561266-9490 for your brochure.PROGRAMS FOR BOTH SIDES OF YOUR BRAIN AT THE LIBRARYThe Delray Beach Public Library, 100 West Atlantic Avenue, is pleased to announced several programs in October that appeal to both the scientist and musician. Monday, Oct. 7 @ 2:00 p.m. Scientist and engineer Antonio Colella will present a program titled: Einstein, Hawking & An Integrated Theory of Everything (TOE). He will provide insight into this most complicated theory in physics. Wednesday, Oct. 16 @ 2:00 p.m. Lecturer and Music historian George Feirstein will present a musical program titled: The Theater It Lives Today. Join us for an entertaining and enjoyable afternoon of musical favorites. Wednesday, October 16 @ 2:00 p.m. Entertainer and Lecturer Marvin Teicher will present a musical program entitled: Lets Have Fun with Music. Join us for an entertaining and enjoyable afternoon of musical favorites and sing-a-longs. Tuesday, October 22 @ 3:00 p.m. Delray Medical Centers Healthy Living Series presents Orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Robert Zann for a discussion of the latest minimally invasive knee surgery techniques. Wednesday, Oct. 23 @ 2:00 p.m. Delrays Dr. John Conde will help us with a program titled: Preserving Your Brain As You Age. He will review common neurodegenerative disorders and provide practical strategies and exercises to assist in preventing and treating such disorders. Wednesday, Oct. 30 @ 6:30 p.m. Please join popular Boca Raton Palm Beach Post columnist Eliot Kleinberg as he takes us on a journey to discover Floridas Amazing History & Why We Should Care. This native Floridian is a member of the Florida, South Florida & Palm Beach County historical societies. Registration is not required. For further information on the many programs at the Delray Beach Public Library, please visit our website at www.delraylibrary.org or call the Director of Community Relations at 561-266-9490. Eliot Kleinberg George Feirstein

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com Oc tober 2013 7 FOCUS ON COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS: BACK TO SCHOOL BASHDELRAY BEACH, FL Just before school bells pealed in South Palm Beach County, the spirit of the community rang out loud and clear. The annual Back to School Bash held at the Village Academy in Delray Beach provided nearly 3000 local children the opportunity to begin school with all the new supplies they needed to start the school year ready to learn. The Spirit of Giving Network, a nonprot organization with a focus on children and families in South Palm Beach County, received tremendous support from partners including The Order of St. John Commandery of Florida, The Jim Moran Foundation, Schmidt Family Foundation, The PBC Ofce of Community Revitalization, and the Palm Beach County Sheriffs ofce for the 2013 Back to School event. The Ofce Depot Foundation donated 1500 sack-packs that were lled with healthy snacks provided by the Palm Beach County Food Bank and Nurture via Nature. 1600 pairs of shoes were distributed thanks to the In Jacobs Shoes Foundation. The bleachers of Village Academy were completely lled with new and gently used shoes and the children picked out their perfect pair, with the help of their own personal shopper. Children also received free haircuts courtesy of the Florida Career College and Florida Barber College. And, the Epilepsy Foundation donated 100 bike helmets as volunteers assisted students to get just the right t. With the leadership of Jan Dymtrow, community outreach coordinator for the Boca Raton Regional Hospital, a fantastic Family Health Carnival was created providing a mammogram van, blood tests, biometric health screenings, hearing testing and health related resources. The hospital provided fun events for the children with sno cones, popcorn and building projects were courtesy of The Home Depot. Over 1400 vision screenings were performed with the help of Dr. Kohl and staff of Eye Associates of Boca Raton. To assist parents, over 30 local resource agencies were on hand with information and one on one help. The Corner Bakery, Way Beyond Bagel, Kennesaw Juice, Mellow Mushroom and Boca Raton Regional Hospital Cafeteria Volunteers supplied over 300 volunteers with breakfast and/or lunch. A special Thank You goes to Southern Sanitation, Festival Flea Market, Kids Safe Foundation, Iberia Bank, Daszkal Bolton, BarCharts and the many additional community partners that helped over 30 non-prot agencies supply their families with essential school supplies. This collaborative approach serves our community very effectively and insures that children return to school with all the tools they need to succeed in the year ahead. The Spirit of Giving Network brings non-prot organizations and communities together to share resources and knowledge to improve the lives of children, families and individuals.Plumosa School of the Arts takes on fund-raising project!Last year, festival organizers for the Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce Wine & Seafood Festival, were looking for ways to have local non-prot organizations fund-raise at the festival. Organizers (Festival Management Group who also run the successful Delray Beach Garlic Fest) wanted to incorporate the same fund-raising principles into the Chambers Wine & Seafood Festival as they have at the Garlic Fest. So they signed up two groups: Park Vista School and Atlantic High Eagle-ettes. These groups staffed the two large wine gardens and worked for tips for their organizations, with combined earnings of over $4,000! With all the corks that were saved from last years event we decided to put out a call to individuals, local bars and restaurants to start saving their corks. The result was THOUSANDS of corks! Our next step was to engage a local school to adopt the project! Plumosa School of the Arts accepted the challenge and their students crafted items from these donated corks to sell at the Wine and Seafood Festival. Items will include holiday ornaments, holiday decor, corks boards, and more! Michaels Delray Beach has also partnered with them and hosted a Family Funday on September 15th. The Delray Beach Public Library will host a second Family Funday event on Sunday, October 6th! The Plumosa School of the Arts aftercare program is also involved with the project as students will create items after school (after their homework is done). PTA mom, Amy Dunson-Alvarez says, This opportunity is more than perfect for Plumosa School of the Arts, which is a Green school, as it combines creativity with recycling by repurposing corks and other items! The Family Funday events also provide an opportunity for families to be involved together in this event. Plumosa School of the Arts is thankful and excited for this opportunity and appreciate all of the support provided!. Proceeds from the sales at the Festival will go towards supporting the Arts Department for items such as dance costumes, instruments, art supplies, and more! Make sure to stop by their booth. The 2nd Annual Delray Beach Wine & Seafood Festival is Nov. 9 & 10, 2013, located on East Atlantic Ave. beginning at the intracoastal bridge. Sat., 11am-10pm/ Sun., 11am-7pm. For more information go to www.dbwineandseafood.comSouth Tech Wins the Loggerhead Turtle Art Arribada . AGAIN For the second year in a row, South Techs Commercial Art Academy has come in rst place in the Loggerhead Societies Turtle Design Competition. Within 4 short weeks, the South Tech students worked diligently to come up with a worthy theme and to make their vision come to life. Toby the Turtle is truly a shinning symbol for the conservation message that the Loggerhead Society wants to portray. From a plain berglass turtle to a beautiful statue of a newly hatched turtle among debris, our class displayed constant dedication and great teamwork said senior Weberton LaPierre. In order to create Toby, the students needed to learn new ways to paint, sculpt, work with plaster, bondo, and many other materials. They needed to master time management as well. Using textured paint and even color changing spray paint, found art, and A LOT of plaster, South Tech really managed to raise the bar and bring to light a real challenge for todays turtles, A diamond being born in a sea of debris. Now the Graphic Design students can expand their marketability with the new experience that they have gained said Senior Dariell Bethel. When it comes to meaningful art, it all really comes down to trial and error but in the end, it truly paid off. Some of the very proud students even went as far as saying that contributing in the creation of Toby was the best work theyve done in a long time and that this project was one of the most fun they ever competed in. Adam Fiveson, the teacher at South Tech couldnt be happier with the results. I think we won because of the emotional content of the work. All the schools made beautiful designs. I think we just managed to touch the voters hearts and minds. Of course, the win is nice but the prize is even better. The South Tech students will hopefully continue their winning streak with the art supplies that will be bought with the $1500 cash prize. schools education Cynthia Freedman of In Jacobs Shoes LOCAL STUDENTS HELP PACK MEALS FOR CHILDREN IN HAITI KIDS CARE FOOD PACKING EVENTDELRAY BEACH, FL Local Palm Beach County students helped pack 50,000 nutritious meals for Haitian students on Saturday, September 21, 2013 at St. Pauls Episcopal Church in Delray Beach. Giving up their Saturday mornings of team sports and play, they worked together with over 300 volunteers to pack and seal individually wrapped vitamin fortied meals of rice and beans from 9:00 am 1:30 pm at the Kids Care Food Packing event. Our after school program students were ready and willing to pitch in and help. Many of our students are from Haitian backgrounds and it means so much to them to be able to feed needy children in Haiti. states Kathy Fazio, Director of Pauls Place at St. Pauls. Chris Pasquale, St. Pauls Youth Leader said, Children and adults from the ages of 5 to 80 volunteered for a 90 minute shift, carefully measuring the dry ingredients for the rice and bean casseroles, which are nutritionally balanced to meet recommended dietary guidelines and taste great. Next they labeled, sealed and packed each meal. The 50,000 meals were shipped to Haiti to provide 4,000 students with one month of healthy, hot meals. Rev. Kathleen Gannon, St. Pauls Episcopal Church, said Our partner Outreach, Inc. has many years of proven experience in packing meals and shipping them around the world. Outreach founders Floyd Hammer and Kathy Hamilton were honored at the White House by Presidents Obama and George H. W. Bush at the July 15th, 2013 Points of Light ceremony. A team of 40 students volunteered from Toussaint LOveture High School for Arts and Social Justice, Delray Beach. When asked why their students participated in this event, Founder Major Joe Bernadel stated, To educate the children of the current needs in Haiti. To encourage them to participate in supporting Haiti, now and in the future, after they graduate. Various community groups were involved in this one day project including local children who are currently in a homeless situation and staying with Family Promise of South Palm Beach County. Kokie Dinnan, Family Promise Executive Director said, Family Promise was excited to help others in need. Our families embrace the opportunity to show their gratitude for the help they are receiving by participating in this important project of feeding 4,000 students. Here is how it worked: Volunteers packed and sealed 50,000 rice and bean casseroles to be shipped to Haiti for the children of St. Marie Madeleine and seven other Episcopal Schools in the area, from Leogane to Bondeau. It took about 350 volunteers, working in shifts throughout the morning, to pack the food at St. Pauls. Collaborating with St Andrews Episcopal Church in Miami, a similar food packing program will be sponsored by them on October 19, 2013. The 50,000 meals packed at their event will also be shipped to Haiti and feed the same population. In all 100,000 meals will be shipped to feed over 4,000 school children. This means each child will have a hot lunch for two months. For information on St Pauls Kids Care Food Packing Event go to: www. stpaulsdelray.org. Visit Outreachs web site to nd out more about their worldwide mission at http://www.outreachprogram.org. South Techs award winning design |

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8 October 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple THE SHOPS. THE CITY. THE EXPERIENCE. UNVEILING NEW LOOK THIS FALL P P P P P 1st St. 1st St. 5th Ave. 3rd Ave. 1st Ave. 1st Ave. 3rd Ave.

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com Oc tober 2013 9 THE SHOPS. THE CITY. THE EXPERIENCE. UNVEILING NEW LOOK THIS FALL P P P P P 1st St. 1st St. 5th Ave. 3rd Ave. 1st Ave. 1st Ave. 3rd Ave.

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com Oc tober 2013 11 Monthly Breast Self-Exam (BSE)By Carlos Eduardo Ramrez, MD Special to The Pineapple Performing a breast self-examination is not complicated or time consuming. Incorporate it as part of your monthly routine. To perform the BSE: remove clothing above the waist and observe both breasts in a mirror; study changes in the feel or appearance of the skin on the breast or nipple (dimpled, creased, aky, or inamed); check for the presence of bloody or clear uid discharge from the nipples or redness of the skin on the breast or nipple; observe any difference of the breasts, asymmetry. Then lie down with your arm above your head, so your breast tissue spreads evenly over your chest wall and is as thin as possible, making it easier to palpate. Using the pads of your ngers of your left hand, check your right breast. Then, use your right hand to palpate your left breast. Move your ngers slowly in small circles to detect any unusual lumping. Using another method, you may also check while in the shower. Wet ngers slide easily across the breast and may help you detect a change: place one arm over your head and lightly soap your right breast; using the at surface of your ngers, gently move your hand over your breast feeling for any lumps or thickened areas; Check the armpit and work down to the bottom of the bra line. Move one ngerwidth toward the middle and work up to the collarbone. Repeat until you have covered the entire breast. Repeat for your left breast. Womens Wellness Institute Gynecology, Diplomate ABOG 238 NE 1st Avenue, Suite 102 561.270.3164 www.womenswellnessinstitute.org Exciting Chan Lowe editorial cartoon exhibit coming to the Delray Beach Public Library The Delray Beach Public Library is proud to present a new exhibit entitled: Editorial Cartoons by Chan Lowe. These internationally acclaimed and internationally syndicated works appear regularly in The Sun-Sentinel, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal and more and have been featured on national news programs. The political and social commentary portrayed in his work has won him many awards and he was a nalist for the Pulitzer Prize. His work will be on display at the Delray Beach Librarys 2nd oor Gallery from October 12, 2013 to November 23, 2013. In addition, the beautiful and colorful watercolors of artist Faith Copeland will be featured in a simultaneous exhibit entitled: Florida Paintings.Ms. Copelands work has been exhibited throughout the United States and Europe. She has many one-woman and juried art shows to her credit. The contrast of these works will be stunning to the mind and to the senses. You wont want to miss this exhibit! For further information on this exhibit and the many programs at the Delray Beach Public Library, visit our website at www.delraylibrary.org or call the Director of Community Relations at 561-266-9490. Ladies unite for an evening of glamour and givingDELRAY BEACH, FL Gather your girlfriends and meet at the picturesque Delray Beach Club on Wednesday, October 9th for an evening of lavish luxury at Indulgence, an exclusive womens event beneting the Achievement Centers for Children & Families. This glamorous gathering begins at 6 p.m. with a champagne VIP hour followed by wine and dinner bites for all. Amidst live entertainment, ladies will delight in complimentary pampering services ranging from mini massages and reexology to intuitive readings and the hottest hair and makeup trends. Guests are invited to the boutique to nd a magnicent array of luxury jewelry, elegant apparel, designer accessories and unique home accents and soft furnishings. Tickets are $120 for VIP access and $85 for general admission, with funds beneting the Achievement Centers for Children & Families, a nonprot organization with a rich 44 year history of providing childcare and after school programs to over 700 of Palm Beach Countys most economically disadvantaged children and their families. For more information, call (561)2660003 or visit delraychild.org. I am so honored to chair this years Indulgence, not only is this event going to be a smashing night out but also benets the Achievement Centers for Children & Families, a wonderful nonprot close to my heart. stated Indulgence committee chair and owner of Powderblu Salon & Spa, Donna Hauser. Attendees will leave this night of fabulous indulgence feeling pampered and rejuvenated, all in the name of a good cause working to enrich Delray Beachs local community. For more information and to purchase tickets call Emma-Jane Ramsey at (561) 266-0003 or visit www. DelrayIndulgence.com. From left, guests Michelle Sasso, Victoria Wood, Amy Snook and Noreen Payne at the premiere of Indulgence, an exclusive event for women. Photo by James Greene.Call Kylee at 561-542-3838 to advertise today! The Pineappledelray beach newspaper

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12 October 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple health & tness The yoga world is being turned upside down literally with DEFY GRAVITY YOGAFirst ever aerial yoga studio in Downtown Delray Beach DELRAY BEACH, FL Fitness is taking ight this fall when Delray Beachs boutique aerial yoga studio, Defy Gravity Yoga, opens its doors on September 23rd to bring Delray Beach and Palm Beach County its rst ever aerial yoga studio. Located inside Bamboo Gardens studio at 88 SE 4th Ave. in Downtown Delray Beach, the colorful studio is comprised of 12 hammocks, hosting a multitude of aerial classes, including: Restorative, Strength, Fitness, Stretch, and Decompression. Defy Gravity Aerial Yoga is a new type of Yoga that uses a silk fabric hammock as a tool to help students achieve the traditional Yoga positions. The weight of the body is either partially or fully supported by the hammock. In a Defy Gravity Yoga class, students use both the hammock and the oor to immediately feel the improvement in their exibility, strength and alignment. As a result of owner Lisa Midlarskys extensive yoga practice and philosophy, Defy Gravity Yoga was created with a team of certied, highly-experienced instructors offering an array of classes. Midlarsky said, Throughout my life, I have explored many different systems of wellness with the intent to nd that which helps myself and other maintain strength and vitalityphysically, emotionally, and spiritually. After experiencing my rst Aerial Yoga Class, I knew right away I needed to share this with others. I am thrilled to be opening up my rst aerial yoga studio in Delray Beach so that others can experience the same joy I nd in aerial yoga classes. Defy Gravity Yoga offers classes for all levels. Classes range in price depending on the package choice. For the rst few months, Defy Gravity Yoga is offering special discounts which include a 3 class pass for $29 or a 1 class pass for $20, with the 2nd class free. Defy Gravity Yoga will also be hosting an open house style Grand Opening event on October 3rd from 6:00pm8:00pm at the Studio. To get a complete class schedule and to learn more about Defy Gravity Yoga, visit www.defygravityyoga.com or call 561-866-6001 for more information. DELRAY BEACH, FL WellFest Delray 2014 is surpassing all expectations. The event, which will be held the weekend of March 8-9 at various Delray Center for the Arts locations, as well as the nearby Hyatt Place hotel, has attracted the attention of many. These include a range of wellness businesses who have already booked space for the expo in the Vintage Gym, as well as a growing number of healthy food establishments who will be part of the new Eat Well Food &Beverage Court. In addition, Hyatt Place Delray will be hosting the Expert Speaker sessions and supporting the event as the exclusive hotel/hospitality Sponsor. Attendance is expected to be large as Delray Beach is both an active lifestyle community and a leading vacation destination during the winter months. This is really getting exciting, said Sandra Tribioli, the Director of the new Food & Beverage Court. The energy and enthusiast continues to grow as new names are added, including DIG, 50 Ocean, Papas Tapas, The Garden of Vegan, The Olive Taste and many others who will be named soon. WellFest Delray 2014 is all about connecting with the growing number of Delray residents and visitors who identify with a healthy lifestyle. This important event, now in its second year, is focused on educating, informing, motivating and inspiring attendees to stay t, eat well, take care of their mind and body, think green and pass it on to friends and family. Were excited to again be a part of WellFest! There is a certain health-minded quality to many of the people of South Florida and events such as WellFest are great avenues for those who are seeking providers and practitioners that are on the cutting edge of health and wellness. As the Ofcial Team Chiropractor of the FAU Owls, I am excited to add my expertise to the wealth of knowledge that will be available to the public, stated Dr. Hessam Khatami of Atlantic Grove Chiropractic, the exclusive Chiropractor on day one of the 2014 event. Supporting the effort to inform and educate a public, eager to take positive steps with their lives and the lives of friends and family, will be the impressive Delray Beach Public Library system, The Library will be a WellFest Delray 2014 Sponsor, helping to promote books, videos and other content on WellFest-oriented topics to the community. Its amazing to think that the event debuted on a Thursday in March 2013 and now were looking at holding a signicantly larger event just one year later, stated Bob Lipp, the event creator. Frankly, Im not surprised at the enthusiasm, but delighted none-the-less that so many businesses, organizations and local residents have come forward to be a part of enhancing the WellFest Delray experience. Delray Beach was chosen as the perfect place to launch WellFest, based on the communitys feel good vibe and substantial health and tness-oriented business infrastructure. Lipp and his team hope to build a wellness-oriented lifestyle into the Delray brand, something that he believes can be accomplished inpart with WellFest Delray. A wellness-branded Delray can help to attract like-minded businesses to our area for a potential headquarters or regional ofce, adds Bob. Of course well also welcome them here to hold their meetings or to sponsor events like WellFest. Lipp is not alone in that belief and has enlisted the services and expertise of former mayor Jeff Perlman, who is consulting on WellFest Delray. WellFest Delray 2014 will be the next big step in what we believe will become a yearly tradition in Delray, added Perlman. With its year round temperatures that favor an active lifestyle, Delray has always attracted sports, exercise and tness enthusiasts. Plus many of our restaurateurs and chefs are promoting healthier eating, which is why the new Eat Well Food & Beverage Court at WellFest Delray is a win-win. For further information, visit www. WellFestDelray.com or contact Sandra@ WellFestUSA.com, Rachel@WellFestDelray.com or Bob@WellFestUSA.comWELLFEST DELRAY 2014 BUILDS ON SUCCESS OF FIRST YEARNew eat well food court and weekend schedule has exhibitors, healthy food establishments, expert speakers and sponsors excited about all the possibilities

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com Oc tober 2013 13 Fix my depression now! This sucks. Everything sucks. What difference does it make anyways? These are just some of the thought patterns that are characteristic of an individual suffering from major depression. Depression does suck. Depression does make everything seem like it sucks and it makes people not care anymore. This common disorder can be a silent personal hell for some and a slow, agonizing death for others. So many people suffer from this yet, many of them go untreated. Many others desperately try to treat themselves by self-medicating with drugs or alcohol. The outcomes for these poor souls typically are bad, but they do not have to be. Major depression is a very treatable condition and can carry a favorable prognosis if managed properly. The rst step in treating depression is identication of symptoms and making an accurate diagnosis. Depression feels bad. Feeling bad may encompass any combination of a sad or depressed mood, low energy, low self-esteem, poor concentration, increased feelings of guilt, feelings of hopelessness and helplessness, and a general slowing down of physical movement. A diminished capacity for enjoyment, especially with activities that would normally be pleasurable, is an especially telling sign. Emotional shifts including tearfulness and irritability are also frequently seen. This may all be further complicated by the use of alcohol or drugs in a desperate attempt to feel better. Any combination of these symptoms to any degree that affects happiness or the ability to function would indicate that some form of a mood disorder is present. A psychiatrist would be the physician specialist most skilled and qualied to make a specic diagnosis and give recommendations for treatment. Treatment for depression has come a long way. The holistic approach that treats the patient as a whole has grown in both popularity and effectiveness. Newer psychotherapies, vitamins, exercise therapy, nutrition, meditation, art, yoga, and acupuncture have all taken on a greater role. Patients no longer have to rely on just medication and basic psychotherapy. These elements are not denitive treatments in their own right, but when used in combination can be very powerful. Much of this benet is derived from affecting the human mind-body connection. What is done to the body will directly affect the human brain. Movement in the form of resistance training, yoga, and other forms of exercise have a signicant positive effect on brain chemicals. Dopamine, Serotonin, Norepinephrine, and Endorphins, among other brain chemicals, are all released in response to exercise. This gets a depressed brain moving in a way that is not easily replicated by other means. This can be one of the fastest rst steps to a recovery from depression. When physical activity becomes a permanent part of a persons life, it helps resist a depressive recurrence. Nutritional and vitamin therapies provide the fuel for exercise as well as the nutrients for optimal brain functioning. When the benets that can be derived from the body are optimized, the conditions are much more favorable for the human brain to derive benet from antidepressants and advanced psychotherapy. Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, often referred to as DBT, is an advanced form of cognitive behavioral therapy that has changed the face of modern depression treatment. DBT teaches highly effective coping skills that help individuals deal with some of the most stressful elements of human existence. DBT skills are organized into 4 categories: Mindfulness, Interpersonal Effectiveness, Emotional Regulation, and Distress Tolerance. Mindfulness skills allow members learn to observe, describe and participate in thoughts, sensations, emotions and external phenomenon without judging these experiences as good or bad. Interpersonal effectiveness skills help participants successfully assert their needs and manage conict in their relationships. Emotional regulation skills help participants identify and manage emotional reactions in healthy and adaptive ways, reducing the negative emotional surge that may result from an adverse event. Distress tolerance skills allow members to accept and tolerate distress without resorting to negative or destructive behaviors. DBT has proven clinical effectiveness and has helped thousands. These tools are efciently taught and practiced in DBT skills groups. DBT skills group participation requires ongoing individual therapy, which another fundamental part of treatment. Individual therapy reinforces the learned skills and addresses the underlying issues. The combination of individual psychotherapy, DBT skills training, medications, and the holistic modalities of depression treatment help individuals achieve stronger clinical responses than just medications or basic therapy alone. These forms of treatment are best delivered in a cohesive manner in a structured program. A depressed life is at best a sad existence and at worst intolerable. Effective treatment for depression is available and the veil of sadness can be lifted. The depressed person needs only to ask for help. Dr. Rodriguez is the founder, CEO and Medical Director of the Delray Center For Healing, which offers a comprehensive depression treatment program that consists advanced medical treatment, DBT therapy and skills training, and holistic treatments. Delray Center For Healing 403 SE 1st Street, Delray Beach, FL 33483 www.delraycenter.com 888-699-5679 by Dr. Raul Rodriguez Imagine this, two people, one man and one woman, both work in the same company and have similar positions. Both have completely different personalities, professional styles and yet both are very high performing successful employees. Its true, meet Mike and Jen. Jen arrives at work every day fteen minutes early, dresses meticulously, thoroughly plans out her week and religiously follows up on each client and every prospect. Nothing satises Jen more than crossing something off her to do list. Plus, her clients know she will do the job as asked and deliver on all her promises. Her idea of fun is a yoga class, cleaning her house and then organizing her le cabinet. Mike on the other hand, struggles to get to work on time, often doesnt shave, has missed important conference calls and you can tell his shirts need some TLC from an iron. Yet, despite his corporate shortcomings, his clients love him just as much as Jens clients love her. They gladly send him referrals, often meet him for Happy Hour and even invite him for friendly rounds of golf. Mikes idea of fun is going to a football game, meeting friends for cocktails and having the occasional barbecue. Even though Mike and Jen are so vastly different, they both have honed their skills based on their strengths and personality traits. Mike and Jen are polar opposites, equally successful, happy, and most importantly, comfortable in their own skin. So how can two people in the same position, be so different and yet exceed expectations? Now, the student in me cant help but wonder what would happen if Mike took his appearance more seriously, showed up for meetings on time and tried to be more like Jen. On the ip-side, what if Jen lightened up a bit, had a little more fun and got to know her clients better like Mike? Would they be any better off? How about we take it one step further, what if they both shared each others good qualities, in addition to their own? Could someone actually adjust their personalities, leave their comfort zones and become this so called perfect kind of person? In my opinion, obviously it would be the best of both worlds, but not really possible. You cannot force a square peg into a round hole, it just wont t no matter how hard you try (and if you do try) good luck. Its a recipe for disaster. So, after observing these two unique employees for a while now (like a science project), I conclude that the secret to success in your job or personal life, is to discover what your real strengths are, work diligently at playing to them and not toward someone elses. Why should Mike try and be like Jen, and vice versa? Just a guess, but Im sure Mikes buddies wouldnt want him to discuss desk organization techniques at a football game, and I am sure a barbecue invite at a yoga class will get Jen plenty of invites to future holistic gatherings. Whether it is at work, in a relationship, or even playing in a band, exploring different aspects of yourself is great as long as it feels right. It seems to work just ne for Mike and Jen. Ironically, and heres the unexpected twist to my story, Mike and Jen have been happily dating for nine months, and what makes them work so far is what attracted them to each other in the rst place. They know exactly who they are and dont pretend to be anybody else. With that being said, I will leave you with some words of wisdom from one of our great philosophers: I am what I am Popeye. Enjoy your day friends, and go ahead, be who YOU really are. It works.Write me at: DavidJames.Yoga@gmail.com or follow my Facebook prole at David James.YogaWho Am I? OM WASNT BUILT IN A DAYby David James The patient and any other person responsible for payment has the right to return to pay, cancel payment or be reimbursed for payment for any other service, examination or treatment which is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free, discounted service, examination or treatment. Fantastic Fall Family Opportunity Chiropractic Exam and Xrays ($340 value) Children under 10, no charge chiropractic exam. New Patients only. Expires 10/31/13 $59245 SE 5th Ave. Downtown Delray 561.278.2727www.shorechiro.com Dr. Marilyn Shore, D.C. 19th Annual Buddy Walk Set for October 20thBoynton Beach, FL This years 19th Annual Buddy Walk will have a new addition thanks to presenting sponsor G4S, headquartered in Jupiter Beach. The company has volunteered to supply hot dogs and other refreshments, available for a small donation. All of the proceeds will benet the Gold Coast Down Syndrome Organization. When G4S CEO Drew Levine attended the 2012 walk as Honorary Chair, he was so impressed that he committed G4S to a $10,000 sponsorship for 2013. In addition, as he walked the grounds, he and Senior Director of Purchasing Dean Saunders decided that the walk would benet from the addition of lunch food on-site as well as some additional recreational bounce houses. The Gold Coast Down Syndrome Organization, a non-prot serving children and adults with Down syndrome and their families through education, advocacy, and support, will hold the 19th Annual Buddy Walk, presented by G4S, on Sunday October 20, 2013 at John Prince Park, Center Drive Pavilion, entrance: 4759 South Congress Avenue, Lake Worth, Florida 33461. Check-In begins at 8:00 a.m.; the Opening Ceremony/ Walk starts at 9:15 a.m. and activities continue until 1:00 p.m. Participants may register online or day of the walk. (Fee is $20.00 after 10/6/13) To register or for more information visit http://buddywalk. kintera.org/gcdso or contact ad.gcdso@ bellsouth.net /561.752.3383. Buddy Walk participants can choose a 5K tness walk or 1 mile advocacy walk followed by a free breakfast, dunk tank, bounce house, petting zoo, rock wall, pony rides, live entertainment, dj, and dancing, a rafe and silent auction and more. The Buddy Walk celebrates the talents and capabilities of children and adults with Down syndrome and is the major fundraiser for Gold Coast Down Syndrome Organizations programs and services throughout Palm Beach County. In 2012, the walk attracted over 2600 walkers and raised a net of over $155,000. Visit www.goldcoastdownsyndrome.org for more information.

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14 October 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple health & tness One of my most recent new patients was 11 days old when she rst came to the ofce. She wasnt sick, but the babys grandmother, my pilates instructor, emailed me about 3 months before her birth, asking me if I would check her spine after she was born. She wanted to make sure she wasnt Subluxated. I did check her and found the rst bone in her neck was slightly out of alignment, putting pressure on her brainstem, part of her central nervous system. I proceeded to give her a gentle Chiropractic adjustment to remove the nerve interference, and allow nerve energy to ow optimally. She was Subluxated, like many newborns, as a result of trauma during the birth process. So what is a Subluxation? And why is it so scary? A Subluxation is when a vertebra is out of alignment, interfering with the nerve energy ow from the brain to all the organs, tissues and cells of the body. That includes the heart, lungs, stomach, skin, eyes, ears, everywhere! It even affects the immune system, emotions, and your energy level. Imagine theres a beautiful mountain with clear crystal water at the top. feeding in its rivers and streams all the plants and animals of the mountainside. You have a ourishing environment. Now further imagine a dam is placed at the top of the mountain, blocking the water from giving life to all the inhabitants. All the plants, trees, animals would perish, and youd have a barren mountain. If you have a Subluxation, which can occur as early as birth, blocking some of the nerve energy ow to your body, you are not going to function as well, tissue cells start dying, you are in a state of dis-ease, which will lead to disease. That is truly scary! I check people for Subluxation from birth to the elderly. Most people have had their Subluxations for many years, maybe even their whole life, because theyve never been checked for them. You dont have to have back or neck pain to have a Subluxation. Like, cancer, or high blood pressure, you can have no apparent symptoms. People go to the dentist to have their teeth checked for cavities and other problems, whether they have symptoms or not, to prevent tooth decay. Teeth are important, but the effects of Subluxation can potentially kill you. I often tell people,if you wore your spine on your face, youd take better care of it. So, whether youre very young or very old, its so important to have your spine checked for Subluxation. I envision a community full of vital, healthy, happy people, expressing LIFE! Now, thats not scary. Thats truly empowering. Truly from the heart, ADIO, Dr. Marilyn If you are interested in hearing more, I have weekly talks in my ofce that you are welcome to attend. For more information call 561-278-2727 or visit www.shorechiro.com.Being Subluxated is Scaaary!!! By Diane Feen Special to The Pineapple If you mention mainstream medicine to Dr. Craig Brown he has a lot to say. Hell tell you that most doctors are taught in medical school to heal patients by way of two avenuespharmaceutical drugs and surgery. Hell also tell you not to accept the dire prospects that many traditional doctors have been doling out for years. There is a better standard of health when it comes to Expansive Wholistic Health. You are accepting insufcient advice and treatment than what we have developed, said the Harvard trained surgeon. Getting healthy and staying that way is a lifelong mission for Dr. Brown. When he was just a teenager he was diagnosed with an untreatable spastic colon and an ulcer. It was at an early age, he discovered healing protocols that resolved these health issues. Once again at the age of 32 his health was challenged. This time he was so sick he could not work. The diagnosis was devastating. Although traditional doctors in New York said he should get his affairs in order, his inner gut told him otherwise. The severity of my illness catapulted me into researching and developing another way to cure myself because mainstream medicine let me down once again. This was the reason I set out on an amazing mission of healing called Expansive Wholistic Health. It was this miraculous healing that started Dr. Brown on an alternative route to healing for family, friends and patients. He is a walking encyclopedia of information about most diseases and will tell you at out that pharmaceutical drugs can be a prescription for disaster (the side effects he said are sometimes worse than the disease). That is the reason he studied the art of wellness as opposed to the traditional route of treating disease. The crown jewel of his work (and research) is a 12-Step Program with 32 protocols that addresses chronic diseases such as heart disease, chronic fatigue, arthritis, gastric diseases, immune disorders and a host of other chronic and acute medical conditions. We reverse and reduce the aging process its about results. I teach people my 12-step program so they can go at their own pace. I have seen this program change peoples life systemically. You dont have to take Dr. Browns word for it; his patients testimonies speak for themselves. Dr. Craig has changed my life. I am forever indebted to this man for giving me a life-long fountain of youth and energy, effervescence and amazing physical and mental stamina, said Glynna S. from New York, N.Y. Susan F. also cant say enough good things about Dr. Brown. For ten years I suffered with chronic IBS, reux, recurrent rashes, joint and muscle aches, memory loss, tinnitus, chronic fatigue and insomnia. I had been to top doctors in Boston and all they wanted to do was prescribe medication. After two weeks of Dr. Browns program the chronic pain in my joints and muscles started lifting and my rashes disappeared. After three months I was completely pain free. My focus went from foggy and forgetful to razor sharp and alert, from chronic fatigue to high energy. Because of him, I have my life back and I am LOVING it! Dr. Brown didnt start out with a 12-Step Program or 32 protocols, but life has a way of teaching us what we need to learn. When his father, Dr. Martin Brown was diagnosed with terminal Cardiomyopathy it catapulted him into action. I said thank you, but inside I heard myself say No. I had a strong belief that my Dads time was not up, It was then that I implemented the disciplines and protocols of what I now call Expansive Wholistic Health. The results were astounding. His father lived another eight years and spent many of them playing sports and living an active life. My protocols created what mainstream medicine would call a miracle. My father became healthier and more vital. He got his life back when mainstream doctors said it was impossible! He lived, laughed, loved and prospered with my mom until 2007 (seven years after diagnosis rather than three months). His protocol for treating disease addresses areas of weakness along with a raw food regime. I supplemented the decit of vital nutrients and enzymes to restore the cardiac patient to homeostasis. I also explored the Oral Nasal Systemic Connections and saw how they affect the quality of life and longevity. Dr. Brown has studied the effects of inammation on the body and has seen many miraculously improve using his Survival Kit for the 21st Century. Know that there is usually a medical alternative. Consider living your life on the path of Expansive Wholistic Health. This preventative measure will help you avoid needing a quick x (or a temporary band aid) to hide symptoms that can cause serious health problems in the future. That is the reason Dr. Brown is holding The 2013 Expansive Wholistic Health & Longevity Conference on November 2nd and 3rd at the Crest Theatre in Delray Beach. At the conference Dr. Brown will unveil the secrets he has honed for over 40 years that will expand your life physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually, and nancially. Dr. Brown will also share detailed information about the connection of the mind, body and stress factors that lead to chronic and acute illnesses. It is my mission to educate the public on how to build their immune systems using protocols for anti-aging results, disease prevention and help combat disease. Our goal is to reverse and reduce the process of aging. You arent going to hear me say, take three herbs and call me in the morning. My 12-Step program is a lifestyle change with 32 protocols. We get to the root of the problem I have seen miracles. So has Jennifer G. from Las Vegas, NV. My life came to a screeching halt in 2012 when I suffered from a brain aneurysm, requiring brain surgery. Six weeks after surgery I had a severe infection that threatened my brain tissue and skull bones. Dr. Brown helped me make a change in my lifestyle my stress levels, my nutrition, my activity and exercise -to achieve physical, emotional and spiritual well-being. He also gave me tools to recover from the brain aneurysm and infection. Through Expansive Wholistic Health I now lead a healthy life. If you ask Dr. Brown about living a healthy life he will tell you that his protocols (and 12-Steps) will assist your body in returning to its original state of homeostasis. Once your immune system is strong, your body will repair itself. Come to my conference and learn how to unleash your potential beyond your wildest dreams. Expansive Wholistic Health works naturally and wholistically to make you better physically, mentally, spiritually, and nancially. To register for the Expansive Wholistic & Longevity Conference visit http://www. drcraigbrown.com/events or call 1-888490-9898. Harvard trained Oral Implantologist and Surgeon unveils his Survival Kit for the 21st Century By Dr. Marilyn Shore, Special to The PineappleDr. Craig Brown

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com Oc tober 2013 17 www.PineappleNewspaper.com OCTOBER 2013 DELRAY BEACH, FL The Delray Beach Downtown Development Authority (DDA), is an independent taxing agency of the city, charged with marketing the downtown, place making of the district and economic development on behalf of the downtown businesses. The DDA Advisory Board met for their monthly meeting Monday, August 12th to nalize their 2013-2014 budget and plans for the coming year. Over the past several years, the DDA staff and Board have been able to focus their efforts on accomplishing the mission and specic goals set forth by the state. With increased momentum and energy, the DDA Advisory Board and Staff reviewed their goals, objectives and accomplishments, and discussed the new plan along with the budget allocations. The DDAs main goal is to continue to market and promote the downtown merchants and businesses within the district through the award winning Night & Day Downtown Delray Marketing Campaign. This years marketing campaign will focus on promoting the eight key programs and events produced by the DDA Shop Local/Small Business Saturday in November, Holidays Downtown, Art & Fashion Week in January, Savor the Avenue in March, and Summertime Downtown just to name a few. Also, the DDA will be investing in advertising both locally and nationally. The DDA has been instrumental in advertising for the downtown for over 16 years and will continue as the return on the investment has been proven over the years, states Laura Simon, Associate Director, DDA. This year alone, the DDA has delivered over 250 million media impressions to Downtown Delray Beach and increasing the visibility of the downtown businesses.. The DDA Board agreed this year as proposed by staff to invest more time and resources into the second and third strategic goals, Place Making/Clean & Safe, which is an operational effort supporting the City and CRA in keeping the downtown customer friendly, and boosting economic development. This is going to be a fantastic year lled with growth and development throughout the entire downtown, with many new construction projects taking place that will enhance the economic impact within Delray Beach. The DDA wants to ensure the businesses are being informed and educated about the projects, expresses Marjorie Ferrer, Executive Director of the Delray Beach DDA. The downtown businesses need customers especially during this time of construction and development, we will all work together to ensure to message the Downtown Delray Beach is still a fun place to be even during development. As part of the 2013-14 proposed DDA budget, $40,000 of funding was allocated to support, as the DDA has traditionally done for the past 20 years, the Citys 100ft Holiday Tree and First Night Celebration. These events have a very positive impact on the Downtown businesses and the DDA will continue to support on their behalf. www.downtowndelraybeach.com www.facebook.com/delraydda DDA nalizes 2013-2014 budget, plans and growth strategies for year LAKE WORTH, FL The Lake Worth Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) was the lead entity of the Lake Worth NSP-2 Consortium, which was awarded a $23.2M Neighborhood Stabilization Program grant from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to purchase foreclosed and abandoned properties and rehabilitate or construct up to 130 residential, affordable housing units within a targeted area of the City of Lake Worth. The grant assisted with providing affordable homeownership opportunities to income-eligible households, and insuring affordability for a period of fteen years or more. Potential buyers of our properties were required to have household incomes which do not exceed the thresholds expressed on the 120% of Area Median Income (AMI) chart for Palm Beach County. The CRA has awarded the grant in 2010 and had only three years to accomplish this major undertaking. The Consortium included an assortment of for-prot and non-prot companies and local organizations. The plan for constructing new housing units included a blend of single family homes, townhomes, apartments, duplexes and lofts. Additionally, the CRA worked closely with a local general contractor to plan, design and build one of the most innovative developments in Central Palm Beach County: The Urban Arts Lofts! Planning and design of the Urban Arts Lofts began in the summer of 2010. Over the past few years, feedback received from many of our local artists included the lack of affordable workspace and housing in the City. Due to HUDs requirement that the grant should primarily be used to build residential housing only, the CRA had to creatively design units to ll the artists need for workspace but also provide affordable living opportunities. The CRA was fortunate to nd 10 contiguous lots along one of the main streets in our downtown target area which were all either foreclosed upon or vacant. This provided our team the opportunity to design a twelve unit development in one of the Citys most economically depressed areas. The construction of the Urban Arts Lofts (UAL) was a true community development project, consisting of 12, brand new, two-story live/ work lofts in the heart of the City of Lake Worth. The three essential elements of this project included: style, sustainability and affordability. The goal of the Urban Arts Lofts is to provide workspace along with affordable housing. The complimentary outcomes include the development of lots that have been blighted and underutilized for many years, the development of energy efficient/ green units that will help market the City and a real focus on setting the standard for quality opportunity housing within the City. The UAL is located adjacent to public transportation, work opportunities, and natural and cultural amenities. Construction of the UAL development was completed in February 2013 and occupancy is currently underway.Style, sustainability and affordability mark Lake Worth CRA led urban arts lofts St. George, a 38-unit townhouse community slated for Federal Highway just north of George Bush Blvd. recently received unanimous approval from the Planning and Zoning Board and City Commission. The 2-story, low density, Bermuda inspired homes designed by Richard Jones Architecture will feature 3 and 4 bedrooms and be registered as Delrays rst Green certied townhouse community. This design lls a void and offers family oriented living close to the beach and downtown, says Richard Jones. Construction is scheduled to start early 2014.St. George Townhomes approved

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18 October 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple October 1, 2013 11:30 AM 1:00 PM Non-Prot Council Luncheon At Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce October 2, 2013 11:30 AM 1:00 PM Focus on Women: Reinvent Yourself At Duncan Conference Center October 8, 2013 4:00 PM 7:30 PM Leadership Delray Class of 2013-14 October 9, 2013 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Chairmans Club Monthly Luncheon October 10, 2013 5:15 PM 7:00 PM Contacts & Cocktails at Tim Finnegans Irish Pub / Principal Financial Group October 18, 2013 8:00 AM 9:00 AM Government Affairs Committee At Delray Beach Center for the Arts October 21, 2013 11:45 AM 1:00 PM Budget & Finance Committee At Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce October 22, 2013 8:00 AM 9:00 AM Economic Development Committee At Delray Beach Center for the Arts October 23, 2013 8:00 AM 9:30 AM Membership Breakfast: Business Roundtable At Hyatt Place Delray Beach October 25, 2013 11:30 AM 1:15 PM Executive Committee Meeting of the Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce At Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce October 25, 2013 5:00 PM 7:00 PM Volunteer Delray At Delray Beach Center for the Arts October 30, 2013 11:45 AM 1:15 PM Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors At Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce November 5, 2013 11:30 AM 1:00 PM Non-Prot Council Luncheon At Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce Nov 9 to 10, 2013 11:00 AM 8:00 PM Delray Beach Wine and Seafood Festival At East Atlantic Avenue November 13, 2013 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Chairmans Club Monthly Luncheon November 14, 2013 11:30 AM 1:00 PM Annual Chamber Legislative Luncheon CHAMBER DAY PLANNER Wednesday, October 2 5pm Opening Brain Lane Memory Center, LLC 1200 NW 17th Ave., Suite 12, Delray Beach Thursday, October 3 5pm The Franklin Located on the west side of southbound Federal Hwy just North of Linton Tuesday, October 8 5pm Ave Marie Ofce Suites 301 W. Atlantic Avenue, 0-8, Delray Beach Wednesday, October 23 Atlantic One Realty Group 302 E Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach Wednesday, October 30 Tentative Wicked Delray Ghost Tours Chamber of CommerceGrand Openings and Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies New Members:Direct Auto Body LLC 561-276-2555, 640 NE 6th Avenue, Delray Beach: Automobile Service (Referred by Kimberly Camejo, City National Bank) Oil Recovery Interests, Inc 877-833-0171, 3685 W Oakland Blvd, Fort Lauderdale: Waste Disposal, Sanitation & Recycling Air-Ref Co. Inc 561-495-7060, 2703 N Old Dixie Hwy, Delray Beach: Air Conditioning & Heating Integrity Merchant Solutions 866-257-3250 x308, 116 Oak St, Glastonbury, CT: Credit Card Processing (Referred by Martin Nathan, MA, LMHC) Clear Lake Title Services, Inc 561-272-6517, 2275 S Federal Hwy #350, Delray Beach: Real Estate / Title Services Saltsations LLC 561-243-9699, 2275 S Federal Hwy #350, Delray Beach: Distributor / Himalayan Salt (Referred by Nancy Stewart, Festival Management Group) Odeon Salon 561-276-7999, 75 SE 4th Ave, Delray Beach: Salon Truffolos LLC 239-285-1000, 2012 Spanish Trail, Delray Beach: Catering / Private (Referred by Kelli Freeman, Hamilton House Condos) Taxi Taxi of Palm Beach 561-655-3715, 3706 Georgia Ave, West Palm Beach: Transportation Services Coldwell Banker / Joanne Leard 561-251-9922, 1185 E Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach: Real Estate / Residential Linda Gradess Coaching 561-653-1200, 8813 Arbor Walk Dr, Lake Worth: Consulting / Health Coach Hileman Law, PA 561-921-0149, 601 N Congress Ave, #431, Delray Beach: AttorneysWelcome Back!Freedom Steel Building 800-630-2845, 110 SE 2nd St, Delray Beach: Real Estate / Construction & DeveloperChairmans Club Members:JM Lexus 954-590-5103, 5350 W Sample Rd, Margate: Automobile Sales & Service / Luxury Cars Welcome New Chamber MembersCHAMBER OF COMMERCE NEWS OF NOTEFocus on Women: Reinvent Yourself Wednesday, October 2, 11:30-1pm Enjoy a delicious lunch, inspirational speakers, networking and an opportunity to help others. Special Speakers include Andrea Hoffer of Andrea Hoffer Associates & Mary Monusky with Dress for Success. $20 Members, $25 Future Members, $30 at door. Contacts & Cocktails Thursday, October 10 Join us for another great networking event at Tim Finnegans Irish Pub, sponsored by Principal Financial Group. Mix and mingle, share your business and learn about others... in a great atmosphere! $10 in advance / $15 at the door, to enjoy a wonderful array of cocktails, conversations and culinary delights. Future Members ;-) may join in on the fun as well for $20. Admission price includes admission and 2 drink tickets. Dont forget to bring those business cards and of course, a smile for happy networking! Annual Legislative Luncheon ( Thursday, November 14, 11:30am-1:00pm Please join us for the Chambers Annual Legislative Luncheon that will include a panel discussion and question & answer session with members of the Palm Beach County Legislative Delegation. Find out rsthand the latest legislative updates and news that may affect your business! Register Now! ( The luncheon will be held from 11:30am-1pm at Bethesda Memorial Hospital at 2815 S. Seacrest Blvd in Boynton Beach, in the Clayton Conference Center. Cost of the luncheon is $25 per Chamber member or $180 for a table of 8. Future Chamber members are $30. Seating is limited and on a rst come, rst served basis so please be sure to get in your reservations in right away! This luncheon is generously sponsored by Bethesda Memorial Hospital, Weiner, Lynne & Thompson P.A., and Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce Chairmans Club. If you would like to join these sponsors in underwriting this important event and promote your business to our community and elected ofcials, please contact Patty at the Chamber ofce today! Reminder to Contact Delray Beach Chamber of CommerceAuroras VoiceFranks CinebowlGrand Opening STSAK CHAMBER OPENING SCENES The Wick Theater & Costume Museum

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Development Opportunities Abound Dont let these opportunities go! 561.573.7083 christinadelray@gmail.com Christina Morrison, P.A., Commercial Real Estate Consultant Visit our site for new listings WWW.CARMELRE.COM Carmel Real Estate Managment, Inc 2013 All Rights Reserved Carmel does not guarantee availability of space in the Delray Beach area nor does Carmel guarantee an increase in prospective clients business due to occupancy in Delray Beach In Delray Beach s Commerce Corridor 10,800 SF building with 2.55 acres for future expansion 2.12 Million 1.88 acres zoning -Only $995,000 Mixed industrial/Commercial Zoning Shovel-ready site approved for up to 6,000 SF. -Only $395,000 to build this year! building and loads of parking Dont let these opportunities go! .58 acre fenced-in site with -Only $349,900 mixed industrial.Commercial Zoning Approved site for 10,000 SF -Only $495,000 Flex building + loads of parking Approved site for 3,330 SF -Only $385,000 Commercial building with 15 parking spaces ABBEY DELRAY NAMES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND MARKETING DIRECTOR DELRAY BEACH, FL David Randazzo has been named the executive director of Abbey Delray, a senior living community in Delray Beach. Randazzo will continue his current role serving as executive director of Abbey Delray South, a second senior living community in Delray Beach. Both are owned and operated by Lifespace Communities, Inc. Randazzo will oversee operations and marketing strategies for the two senior living communities. His expanded role at Abbey Delray is the result of his successful performance and achievements as an executive director with the Lifespace organization. Randazzo has served as executive director of Abbey Delray South since 2009, and has been a part of the nonprot Lifespace organization for nearly a decade. Abbey Delray is also pleased to name Cindy Ekonomou as its new director of marketing. In her new position, she will be responsible for helping educate active seniors in the Delray Beach area about the benets of choosing a Life Care community. Ekonomou comes to Abbey Delray from her director role with the Palm Beach County Convention & Visitors Bureau. In addition, she has 20 years experience as a sales and marketing director in South Floridas hospitality industry. BUZZ PR AGENCY MAKES TOP-25 LIST Delray-based public relations rm, The Buzz Agency (TBA) has been named one of the top 25 public relations rms in South Florida by the South Florida Business Journal. This is the agencys rst time making the prestigious list and was the only new company to be added this year. In four years, TBA has expanded its client roster and currently works with Lord & Taylor, Tanteo Tequila, WCI Communities, Delray Beach Marriott, SunFest, Uncle Julios, The Max Group, Consolidated Restaurant Operations, United States, Holocaust Memorial Museum, Cloud 10 Blow Dry Bar & Makeup Salon, JP Morgan | The Tiano Group, Sundy House, Fountains Center, Seminole Casino Coconut Creek, Caridad Center, The Sonoma House, The Symphonia | Boca Raton, Shoppe 561, Salon Verde, among others. Learn more about the agency at www.thebuzzagency.net and follow them on Twitter for client news and other updates @ thebuzzagency. DELRAY BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY ANNOUNCES NEW BOARD MEMBER The Delray Beach Public Librarys Board President, Nancy Dockerty is pleased to announce that prominent community member Sue Tauriello has joined the Library Board of Directors. Long time Delray Beach resident and seasoned professional, Sue Tauriello is the President and Chief Executive Ofcer of Tauriello & Company Real Estate, Inc. in Delray Beach. She also holds the CRB (Certied Real Estate Brokerage) destination. This is one of the most respected designations offered in the Real Estate management business. Sue has been a licensed Real Estate Broker since 1977 and focuses on people with her high energy style, her consistent communication skills and her effective marketing expertise. I feel privileged to serve an institution that has benetted so many members of our community over the past 100 years. The library is an invaluable asset to our residents and visitors, said Ms. Tauriello. In addition to volunteering with The Boys & Girls Club, Ms. Tauriello is involved in many worthwhile volunteer activities throughout Delray Beach. The Library is fortunate to have this involved community leader on its Board. DELRAY BEACH SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY RECEIVES FIVE-STAR RATING DELRAY BEACH, Fla. Abbey Delray senior living community has earned a vestar quality rating in its Health Center. The prestigious recognition from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is given to only the top 10 percent of senior health care providers in each state. Ratings are based on surveys for quality measures, onsite inspections and stafng. The Agency for Health Care Admission comes unannounced every year to conduct surveys and inspections at health care centers throughout the state of Florida. We work to deliver the highest level of care to our residents and their families, said David Randazzo, executive director of Abbey Delray. Receiving a ve-star rating is a true testament to the phenomenal work by our staff in the Health Center, and Im proud to see their efforts recognized on a state and national level. Senior health care and skilled nursing providers have more than 200 regulations to follow every day, leading to a potential for experiencing minor human errors. Abbey Delray achieved the ve-star rating, even while continuing to take new admissions during the survey and inspection window. Weve worked hard to help the Health Center achieve a ve-star rating, and were going to continue to work hard to maintain it and make sure our residents are happy, said Jim Burns, health administrator for Abbey Delrays Health Center. biz briefs Cindy Ekonomou David Randazzo Sue Tauriello Meetings Every Tuesday 12:15 PM at: Delray Beach Public Library 100 West Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach UPCOMING EVENTS October 1, 2013 Delray Beach City Manager Louis Chapman will address the Club. October 8, 2013 Dan Abbate will address the Club on his recent research into the outsourcing of American jobs and what companies and employees can do to prepare and adapt. October 15, 2013 Former FAU Head Football Coach and legend Howard Schnellenberger will address the Club. October 22, 2013 Palm Beach County School Superintendent Emeritus Dr. Art Johnson will address Rotary on Leadership, Management and the challenges of operating one of the largest school systems in the world. October 29th, 2013 Bruce Allen, CEO of U.S. Trust will address The Club November 5th, 2013 Service Above Self awards presentation at Old School Square November 12, 2013 Phil Lustig will address The Club on The Rotary Foundation For more information: contact Jimmy Weatherspoon at 561-441-4563 or email weat6347@bellsouth.net

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20 October 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple By John M. Campanola Special to The Pineapple You cant watch television or read a newspaper without being reminded of the uncertain times were in. Disappearing jobs, disturbing stock market losses, the rising cost of living we dont need to tell you that its rough out there. This has made planning for your own retirement even more complicated than ever. While the market has improved since the 2008 crash, retirement account balances are still 1 percent below their peak 2007 value when adjusted for ination. The crash wiped out trillions of dollars in retirement savings. People who are still recouping their losses may not even read their 401(k) account statements anymore. The Truth About Social Security But other factors have muddied the waters for mapping a course toward a nancially secure retirement. People are living longer. At the beginning of the 20th century, life expectancy at birth was 47.3 years. Today, life expectancy is nearly 79 years. This is good news; but we need to prepare for more years in retirement. And if you thought Social Security would take care of you, think again. In 2012, the maximum monthly benet for a worker retiring at age 66 was $2,513 not enough for many of you to live comfortably. While there are no easy solutions, the purchase of a life insurance policy can guarantee the protection of your loved ones and also supplement your retirement savings if the death benet is no longer needed. Leaving a Legacy Life insurances primary purpose is to deliver death benet protection, which can provide a generally tax-free legacy to your loved ones. But permanent life insurance also carries many living benets. Cash value is money that accumulates within the policy, tax deferred. This means you do not pay taxes on any of the accumulation within the policy. In addition, you can access that money generally tax-free though policy loans. The cash value can also be accessed for college expenses, as collateral for a small business loan, or any other anticipated or unexpected event. In addition to the death benet protection, the cash value of permanent life insurance can also be used to supplement your retirement income. As such, it can be a vital piece of the complex puzzle of retirement planning. John M. Campanola is an Agent for New York Life Insurance Company. For additional information on the information or topic(s) discussed, please contact him at 561-212-2903 Dont rely solely on Uncle Sams help during retirement By Jeremy Ofce Special to The PineappleHere we go again. We have another term introduced to us from the media and Federal Reserve. Not only have we added, Quantitative Easing, Fiscal Cliff, and Sequestration, to our nancial jargon, but we now also have the term Taper. Over the past few weeks we have been inundated with alliterations and puns regarding the taper that economists are calling for in September. Taper Talk, Septaper, Taper Tip-Off, and the Taper Tantrum, are all buzzing on nancial media outlets. .but what is the taper and how will it affect the economy and markets? The term taper is used to describe the reduction of bond-buying by the Fed through the stimulative quantitative easing (QE) program. So far this has boded well for investors. Weve reached all-time highs in equity markets this year and weve seen the housing market start to rebound. For the past few months Fed Chairman Bernanke has remained adamant that the continuation of the bond buying program is dependent upon incoming economic data. In his June statement, Chairman Bernanke announced that the Fed would gradually reduce purchases beginning later this year, and ending next year when the unemployment hits 7 percent. In turn we saw an overreaction of investors selling out of bonds which sent yields spiking in the aftermath. The latest jawboning from the Fed has been the topic many economists, strategists, and pundits have been trying to decipher like the Da Vinci code. I dont remember a time where there has been so much emphasis on what the Fed was saying to provide clarity on the direction of the market. Regardless of who breaks the code, its not a matter of if the Fed begins to taper, but when the Fed begins to taper. Some argue that the sequester spending cuts, higher tax rates, and further potential negative economic impacts from policy decisions made during the upcoming budget and debt ceiling debate are likely to keep economic growth somewhat suppressed through the end of this year. All of which will make it more difcult to justify the Fed taking their foot off of the gas pedal. Some even feel the Fed should provide additional stimulus by spending money on job training, infrastructure, and R&D to benet those who have not beneted from stock market gains and the rise of real estate prices from QE. If we cannot obtain signicant growth under the current program, how can we do so without QE? Others believe that now would be an ideal time to begin to taper, citing an outgoing Fed Chairman, reduced decit, recovering (slowly) economy, and declining jobless claims. They also argue that the benet of more quantitative easing does not outweigh the costs and can potentially fuel another asset bubble. The intended effect of spurring GDP growth has been lackluster and QE continues to build excess reserves in the banking system that could potentially be inationary and there is no real value to keeping QE going. At Maclendon, we believe tapering will not occur after this months Fed meeting. GDP growth is not where it needs to be, unemployment remains high, core ination is below the Feds target and after the latest rise in interest rates due to tapering speculation, any further rise will be a headwind to capital expenditures and the housing market which could further stall the economy. Throughout each variation of QE you can see that the markets have reacted favorably. If the Fed were to taper, we believe this would be a major headwind for the markets for the remainder of year. Although we believe tapering in September would be a little premature, we feel it is a necessary step in the future for a sustainable economy. If the Fed does decide to taper in September, it would still remain highly accommodative. We cannot continue to prop up the markets forever without unknown consequences in the future. We can only hope the Fed has the foresight and monetary tools needed to remove liquidity from the system before the next crisis occurs. Jeremy Ofce, Ph.D, CFP, CIMA, MBA is Principal at Maclendon Wealth Management in Delray Beach and specializes in portfolio construction, strategic asset and liability management, and long term planning relating to nancial matters as well as real estate, income tax, insurance and estate planning. He is also Managing Partner of SJO Worldwide a venture capital company. www.maclendon.com 855.MAC.WEALTH Tale of the Taper DELRAY BEACH, FL The National Association of Professional Womens (NAPW) Palm Beach Chapters, President, Nancy Boyle, Alzheimers Associations CEO, Ellen Brown, Grand Villa Delray Wests, Executive Director, Helen Altieri and Nautilus Senior Home Cares President, Patricia Catanzaro, are among the planning team for the upcoming Brain Games fundraiser for the Alzheimers Association to be held at the Grand Villa Delray West, Delray Beach, Fl. The NAPWs Brain Games fundraiser will be held on Thursday, October 17, 4:30 -7:30PM at the newly renovated, Grand Villa Delray West and promises to be a fun mix of brain twisters, mind game competitions for great prizes, fabulous food and libations and mingle with the Woman that Make Things Happen and their salute to the Alzheimers Association of Keeping the Memories Alive. We at NAPW are honored to have the opportunity to work with these business leaders in the Palm Beach community to help build awareness about the Alzheimers Associations mission to eliminate the disease through research, said Boyle. Brown added, These events help to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health. Grand Villas Delray West welcomes the community to experience the benets of the renovations for our residents and their families and to help launch the kickoff of the November 2nd national Walk to End Alzheimers. Nautilus Senior Home Care is thrilled to have the opportunity to co-sponsor the Brain Games event and to with to work with such a dynamic group of caring professional woman as the Palm Beach Chapter of NAPW; they are a group of successful professional woman who still nd the time to give back to our community and notably to the Alzheimers Association, commented Patty Catanzaro, President of Nautilus Senior Home Care. We look forward to making this event a success for all involved, especially how we can best serve our community. The Brain Games fundraiser will be held on Thursday, October 17, 2013 between 4:30PM-7: 30PM at the Grand Villa Delray West at 859 Heritage Park Way, Delray Beach, FL 33484. 561-266-4642. Contact Nancy Boyle at 561-352-1697/ nancyb42@yahoo.com (Front Row, Left to Right) Romily Wotring, VP of Legacy Bank, WPB; Ellen Brown, RN, MS, CEO, Alzheimers Association SE Florida Chapter; Steve Eagle, Director of Business Development, Nautilus Senior Home Care and Nurse 1 Home Health, Vice Chair for the Walk to End Alzheimers of PB County; Nancy Boyle, Director of Community Relations, Nautilus Senior Home Care, President of National Association of Professional Women; Roz Gatewood, CEO Ecovation3. (Back Row, Left to Right) Patty Catanzaro, RN, President, Nurse1 Home Health and Nautilus Senior Home Care: Sharon Rose, VP, Florida Resource Center for Seniors and Their Families, Inc., VP NAPW; Mary McMullen, VP of Florida Community Bank, Secretary, NAPW; Alisa Jaffe, VP, Vice President, Portfolio Management Director at Morgan Stanley; Beverly Gibson, Master NLP Mentor, Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor, Rubenfeld Synergist; (NOT IN PHOTO) Helen Altieri, Executive Director, Grand Villa Delray West Photo Credit Georgia Handy Photography of Delray Beach. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL WOMEN OF PALM BEACH BRAIN GAMES Fundraiser for Alzheimers Association October 17 at Grand Villa Delray West

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com Oc tober 2013 21 THE 2013 FIRSTSERVICE RESIDENTIAL SOUTH FLORIDA CONFERENCE & EXPOSITION HOLLYWOOD, FL FirstService Residential is slated to host the 2013 FirstService Residential South Florida Conference & Exposition on Friday, October 11 at the Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa in Hollywood, FL. This conference is designed to meet the needs of community association board members, community association managers (CAMs) and staff across the state by providing them with the tools and knowledge needed to deal with day-to-day operations and long-term planning for community associations. Themed Connect, the event will be the largest educational forum in the state for exchanging community association best practices and establishing core business relationships with subject-matter experts. More than 2,000 people are expected to attend, with the audience comprised of condominium and homeowners association board members, over 200 industry-specic vendor and exhibitors, and FirstService Residential associates. The ability of FirstService Residential to bring together board members and the best vendors in our industry demonstrates one of the unique experiences we provide our clients. We are proud to offer a full day of educational events that will address key topics affecting associations. In just one day, our client and guest board members can capture a signicant amount of knowledge to more efciently run their association, said Tim OKeefe, Regional President of FirstService Residential. For FirstService Residential, its all about delivering added value to our clients and our associates while building meaningful relationships. Educational seminars held throughout the day will fulll state requirements for association board member certication and will provide CAMs with continuing education credits in addition to courses on maintenance issues, nancial issues, service animals and legislative updates. Keynote speaker and New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-selling author Shep Hyken will provide an entertaining and engaging address to the audience that is sure to provide a lasting impression that can reshape every great relationship that is built on amazing service. Proceeds from the event will be donated through FirstService Residential Cares FirstService Residentials philanthropic arm to various local charities that FirstService Residential and its associates regularly support. For more information, visit www. fsresidential.com. LANG REALTY GETS IN THE PINK FOR BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH BOCA RATON, FL Lang Realty, with 11 ofces from Boca Raton to Port St. Lucie, will literally go pink for the month of October in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and a donation to American Cancer Society, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, for each home closed from October 1 31. As part of the month-long promotion, Langs branding and advertising will be pink; ofces will reect pink with dcor and Lang Goes Pink bracelets worn by all staff and agents. In addition to Lang Realtys donation to American Cancer Society, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, the companys Realtors will also be making a donation for each home they close throughout October. Everyone has been affected by breast cancer in some way, said Scott Agran, president of Lang Realty. Many of our own agents and staff have personally battled this disease or have gone through this with loved ones. Dawn Forgione, a Lang agent since 1998, was diagnosed early with breast cancer at the age of 49 and has been cancer-free for ve years. It is through fundraising and efforts such as this that helps save lives, said Forgione, a resident of Boca Raton. I was fortunate in having detected this disease at its earliest stages with the technology and research supported by organizations such as the American Cancer Society, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. For more information about Lang Realty and details on current listings, call 561853-2300 or visit www.langrealty.com. You can also follow Lang Realty on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Langs blog for real estate updates and Lang Realty news. www.facebook.com/LangRealty; www.twitter.com/langrealty www.linkedin.com/company/lang-realty. real estate briefs Original Chevrolet Dealership in downtown Delray Beach brought back to life as modern ofce buildingIn 1949, Sam Ogren Sr. designed an auto showroom/garage for Adams Chevrolet on Federal Highway. He used the then popular Miami Modernist (MIMO) style of architecture with its futurist look to embrace what had become Americas obsession with travel and the automobile. In the 1970s the business was relocated and the property fell into disrepair. Age and neglect took its toll and modications to the exterior were made. But underneath the layers of pealing paint and grime the integrity of the original design remained intact. In 2013, 63 years after the Chevy dealership rst opened its doors, local real estate developer Richard Caster bought the boarded up structure and hired Richard Jones Architects to bring the building back to life. Research located Ogrens construction drawings in the archives of the Delray Beach Historical Society and a plan to repurpose the abandoned building into modern ofce space was devised. Where rollup doors once provided access to the garage, new glass entrances for ofces were created. Replacing concrete tile openings (used to provide air ow before the days of air conditioning) new glass block and emergency exits were installed. Terrazzo oors were reconditioned, windows recanted and signicantly, the Dade County pine roofs were repaired, insulated and reinforced to meet current code standards. Today the building is home to 21 Drops, a modern line of essential oil products sold in retail stores and spas worldwide. Other tenants include Leighton Design Group, Slash Fitness and Caster Developers. While modest in stature the building at 290 SE 6th Avenue is important to our citys urban landscape. It has been designated historic by Delray Beach and is a candidate for the National Registry of Historic Structures. Special recognition to the Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency who shared the developers vision by providing important faade and site development grants that helped make the project possible. Other local projects by Caster Developers include The Shoppes at Addison Place on Jog Road at Morikami Park and Old Palm Grove, a unique in-ll residential community on north Federal Highway. For more information on up coming projects contact Richard Caster at 561-279-9998 or rick@casterdevelopers.com

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22 October 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple Delray Beach Events bring home eight awards at IFEA competition The IFEA/Haas & Wilkerson Pinnacle Awards Competition recognizes the outstanding accomplishments and top quality creative, promotional, operational and community outreach programs and materials produced by festivals and events around the world. PITTSBURGH, PA The International Festivals & Events Association (IFEA) paid tribute to the Delray Beach Garlic Fest and Delray Beach St. Patricks Day Festival as well as two other Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce events; The Delray Beach Wine & Seafood Festival and Delray Affair all events produced by Festival Management Group / Delray Beach Arts in Delray Beach, Florida on September 16, 2013 during the IFEA/Haas & Wilkerson Pinnacle Awards Ceremony held at the IFEAs 58th Annual Convention & Expo in Pittsburgh, PA, U.S.A. September 16-18, 2013, where they were presented with eight awards in the prestigious IFEA/ Haas & Wilkerson Pinnacle Awards competition. Awards were won by Festival Management Group / Delray Beach Arts in the following categories: GOLD for Delray Affair BEST SOCIAL MEDIA SITE SILVER for Delray Garlic Fest BEST SOCIAL MEDIA SITE SILVER for Delray Beach Garlic Fest BEST SPECIAL SECTION INSERT GOLD for Delray Beach Garlic Fest BEST EVENT PHOTOGRAPH SILVER for St Pats Parade BEST EVENT PHOTOGRAPH GOLD for Delray Beach Wine & Seafood Festival BEST BILLBOARD GOLD for Delray Beach Wine & Seafood Festival BEST STREET BANNERS GOLD for Delray Affair BEST COMMEMORATIVE PIN Additional award winners at the competition included: Real Time Marketing Group SOCIAL MEDIA/FACEBOOK DESIGN Georgia Handy Photography PHOTOGRAPHY Futuristic Woo WINE & SEAFOOD FESTIVAL BANNER DESIGN Atlantic Ave Magazine GARLIC FEST SPECIAL SECTION DESIGNSponsored by industry leader Haas & Wilkerson Insurance, the professional competition draws entries from among the worlds top festivals and events. Winning entries came from organizations as diverse as the Kentucky Derby Festival, Louisville, KY; Memphis in May International Festival, Memphis, TN; 500 Festival, Indianapolis, IN; Des Moines Arts Festival, Des Moines, IA; Cherry Creek Arts Festival, Denver, CO; Pasadena Tournament of Roses, Pasadena, CA and the Burlington Sound of Music Festival, Burlington, ON, Canada. International contenders included such diverse event organizations as the Seoul Lantern Festival, Seoul, South Korea; World Gourmet Summit, Singapore; Grolsch Artboom Festival, Krakow, Poland; Stichting Rotterdam Festivals, The Netherlands; Festival Lent, Maribor, Slovenia and the Sentosa Leisure Management, Sentosa, Singapore. Awards were handed out in 68 different categories in total including Best TV Promotion; Social Media Site; Commemorative Poster; Overall Sponsorship Program; Green Program; Educational Program, Childrens Programming; Media Relations Campaign; Overall Merchandising Program; Festival & Event Management Degree Programs to the highest award given by the IFEA in recognition of those Festivals and events who have a balance of all the elements necessary to ensure a successful event the Grand Pinnacle. We would like to congratulate all of our Pinnacle winners for their outstanding entries into this years competition, said IFEA President & CEO, Steven Wood Schmader, CFEE. The IFEA/Haas & Wilkerson Pinnacle Awards Competition recognizes the outstanding accomplishments and top quality creative, promotional, operational and community outreach programs and materials produced by festivals and events around the world. Striving for the highest degree of excellence in festival and event promotions and operations in every budget level and every corner of the globe, this competition has not only raised the standards and quality of the festivals and events industry to new levels, but also shows how event producers can use innovation and creativity to achieve a higher level of success. Headquartered in Boise, Idaho, the International Festivals & Events Association (IFEA) is The Premiere Association Supporting and Enabling Festival & Event Professionals Worldwide. In partnership with global afliates under the umbrellas of IFEA Africa, IFEA Asia, IFEA Australia, IFEA Europe, IFEA Latin America, IFEA Middle East (MENASA), and IFEA North America, the organizations common vision is for A Globally United Industry that Touches Lives in a Positive Way through Celebration. The Association offers the most complete source of ideas, resources, information, education and networking for festival and event professionals worldwide. For a complete list of winners and more information on the IFEA, go to www.ifea.com. Festival Management Group: left to right Nancy Stewart-Franczak, Sarah Vallely, IFEA Board of Directors representative and Bern Ryan By Ed Maass The Pineapple Staff Writer Rather than take the planning path of least resistance investors should understand the implications I.E.T. has on wealth. I.E.T. relates to three factors that can signicantly affect growing and protecting your hard earned wealth. Most investors will look at their portfolio statement or mutual fund performance report and see a stated return for what that particular account and/or investment did over a certain period of time. This number is what is called the Nominal return and is very misleading for it does not take into account (3) Factors that change it drastically. Unfortunately looking at nominal returns does not take into account the degrading effects of I.E.T. Ination, Expenses and Taxes, which are important elements that all investors should be fully aware of. If you desire to achieve a realistic and hopefully successful nancial outcome from this point forth then read on. Ination: The rate at which prices for services and goods rise. As prices rise, the purchasing power of your dollar and the real return generated by your investments falls. Recently ination has been relatively low, however if we look at a longer term period, say the past 30 years we would see that ination has averaged just under 3% per year. This means that if your investment portfolio had earned a 6% Nominal return every year over that 30 year time frame your actual Real return would have been cut in half and equaled only 3%. Expenses: Regardless of the investment that you utilize there will be costs/expenses associated with it. Some of you may be thinking.. Not if I use a No Load mutual fund and you would be partially correct. While there would be no upfront cost to purchase the fund there are in fact annual internal expense management fees deducted from your account to pay ongoing fund expenses. If instead of a No-Load fund you purchased individual stocks, bonds and/ or ETFs you will pay some type of commission, fee based asset management and/or expense management fee. Needless to say nothing is free and as such you should be aware of the costs associated with your specic investments and work to keep them as low as possible. The more you save the greater your account value becomes and the better the beauty of compound interest performs over time. Taxes: Tax rates change over time and the tax treatment of different types of investments may vary as well. In conjunction with that if you are invested {outside of a tax advantaged account} you will have exposure to at least one if not all of the following: Ordinary Income Tax: Interest income from corporate and U.S. government bonds is subject to taxation at ordinary income tax rates and which can be as high as 39.6% for 2013. Dividend Income Tax: Effective Tax year 2013 the maximum rate on qualifying dividend income is 20%. Capital Gains Tax: This tax is paid on the difference between the price you paid for an investment and the higher price at which the investment is sold. If you held the investment for 12 months or less you will pay ordinary income tax rates, if held greater than 12 months the maximum Long-term capital gains rate is 20%. Unearned Income Medicare Contribution Tax: Brand new for 2013 and just what we needed (being facetious of course) an additional tax on our unearned investment income. Will this tax be applied to everyone No, but for those affected by it they will pay an additional 3.8% that is no longer available for their consumption but given unwillingly to one very needy Uncle... (Uncle Sam). So my thoughts are as follows: Investing and growing your wealth is much more than simply building and/or acquiring an investment portfolio and putting it on auto pilot (set it and forget it). Everyone hears about the importance of investment selection, asset allocation, and portfolio diversication, but very few take into account the three factors stated above and which can signicantly impact the overall outcome of what you hope to have. Ination may be on the lower end of the spectrum (today) but I can tell you with 100% certainty that nothing that I purchase today is at a price anywhere near the price I purchased it at 10, 20 or 30 years ago and thus I have no expectation of paying less for anything in the future. Ination: Count on itPlan for it. Investment expenses, you shouldnt care that a mutual fund company states that there fund made (X) amount over the past 1, 3 or 5 years. Its not what you make; its what you keep thats important. Taxes and Death are the only two guarantees in life, both which in my opinion require professional assistance. Seek the help of a CPA to help navigate the tax maze and thus avoid having to pay more then you need to.Ed Maass is a Certied Financial Planner, Chartered Financial Consultant, and Chartered Life Underwriter. Located in Downtown Delray Beach, you can contact him directly at 561-272-0663, or by email at Ed@physicianswealthcare.comI.E.T. Plan for It Call Kylee at 561-542-3838 to advertise today! The Pineappledelray beach newspaper

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24 October 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple RIO DEL REY SHORES$2,299,900 This 5/5 Direct Intracoastal home overlooking a no wake basin in Delray Beach is no less than spectacular. 5,330 sq. ft. under air and 100 of frontage on the Intracoastal. Call for more information.LA COQUILLE CLUB VILLAS$895,000 Ocean front 3 bedroom, 2 bath villa, 3rd oor unit with direct views of the ocean. This comes with membership to the Ritz Carlton Club. Wood oors and open oor plan. Too many extras to list.BOCA COUNTRY CLUB$439,000 Stunning penthouse with 20 ft cathedral ceilings, overlooking 3 holes on the golf course. Three screened patios. Updated kitchen with granite countertops. Private elevator with only 2 condos per oor.WATERWAY NORTH DELRAY BEACH$749,9003/2.5 townhome on Intracoastal, deeded dock included in sale. 2 large decks. Recently updated. 2 blocks to beach and close to Atlantic Ave shops & restaurants.SHOREWALKER PLACE DELRAY BEACH$1,150,0004/3.5 Key West Style 3 Story Townhome is located a half block to the beach and within walking distance to Atlantic Ave., shops and restaurants. The building was built in 2005 and has a 2 car garage. The townhome has 2 balconies and a backyard and a hot tub.DRIFTWOOD LANDING$13,000/MONTH On almost a 1/2 acre this 4/4 family home with a pool is only a couple blocks to the beach. This is a great seasonal rental. This home has the master bedroom and a guest suite downstairs and 2 guest bedrooms upstairs. Call for more information.MICHAEL MULLIN Realtor561-441-0635 WARREN HEEG Realtor561-441-1599 DELRAY DUNES C.C.$649,000 Large family home built in 2001 overlooking the 2nd fairway. Ground oor master bedroom with his & hers walk in closets and a oversized master bath with separate shower and Jacuzzi tub. Fenced backyard with pool and hot tub. DELRAY DUNES C.C.$295,000 Great golf course home with wide open views of the 2nd hole. This two bedroom home can be converted into a three bedroom. Lowest priced home in this gated community. Call for more information. Delray Dunes is a mandatory membership community. DELRAY DUNES C.C.$479,000 Great 4 bedroom with wide open golf course views of the 5th green and 6th hole. Screened in pool with large covered lanai. Split oor plan. Great family home. TROPIC ISLE$1,488,000 Completely remodeled home in 2000 and in 2013. Impact glass, newer roof, new pool in 2007, new seawall, pilings, cap, and dock in 2006. Stunning home on a large lot with a replace and generator. Call for more information.DELRAY DUNES C.C.$935,000 4/3 completely remodeled home on a premier golf course lot overlooking the 13th, 14th and 15th holes. This home has wood oors, a gourmet kitchen, crown molding and impact glass. There is a large pool area with a summer kitchen.

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com Oc tober 2013 25 ELVIS! GRACE & GRITCORNELL MUSEUM OF ART AND AMERICAN CULTURE I NSIDE SOUND OF MUSICTHIS MONTH AT THE NEW WICK THEATRE 2ND ANNUAL PIRATE FEST AND MERMAID SPLASH THE PINEAPPLE OCTOBER 2013 ARTS MUSIC ETC ART MUSIC ETC. ART MUSIC ETC.

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26 October 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple THEATRE AT SEASON SUBSCRIPTION PASSSUBSCRIBERS GET THE BEST SEATS IN EACH SECTION!SELECT ALL 4 SHOWS AND GET 20% OFF(DISCOUNT APPLIED IN CART AT THE END OF TRANSACTION) arts garage LOUIS TYRRELL ARTSISTIC DIRECTOR ARTSGARAGE.ORG | 180 NE FIRST ST | DELRAY BEACH, FL | 561.450.6357

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com Oc tober 2013 27 As Arts Garages diverse programming continues to be heralded for its innovation and diversity, the cultural hub is now expanding its repertoire by offering new experiences in addition to its acclaimed Jazz Project, Garage Blues and Urban Underground series. October introduces the Cabaret, featuring world-class performer Jeff Harner, and Master Classes being launched by the legendary drummer Duffy Jackson. And for theatre lovers, tickets are now on sale for the rst play of the season, The Longing and the Short of It, an evening of catchy, thrilling, and unpredictable theatre songs in a variety of delightful musical styles, written and composed by acclaimed composer/ lyricist Daniel Mat. Adding Cabaret was something that Arts Garage has planned to do but was seeking a perfect artist to inaugurate the series. Launching the series with Jeff Harnar who the New York Times describes as, The most important male cabaret performer since Michael Feinstein, is a tremendous coup for Arts Garage. Harnar has headlined at the most sophisticated venues in the world including the Algonquin Hotel and the Russian Tea Room. Another highlight of the month is the Duffy Jackson weekend, which includes a special performance with acclaimed vocalist Michelle Amato, a Master Class and a swing dance to Duffy. Duffy Jackson is a performer no one cannot get enough of, said Alyona Ushe, executive director of Arts Garage. Duffy sold out last summer and our patrons wanted more of the legendary showman. Duffy Weekend features an array of diverse programming such as a swing dance, master class and several concerts, including a guest appearance with the amazing Michelle Amato who has performed with a number of musical icons including Donna Summer and Liza Minnelli. The Duffy Jackson Master Class is another aspect of the weekend that Ushe is very proud of. We are thrilled to be having this Master Class series this year, she said. It is an honor to have such amazing performers share with our local community the ner details of their art, demonstrating their skills, providing insights into their craft and the lessons of their careers. And fresh from this summers the incredibly successful Theatre at Arts Garages production of Beyond the Rainbow, Artistic Director Lou Tyrrell is delighted to announce that the new 2013-2014 season begins November 1, with a hip and hilarious song cycle by the award-winning Daniel Mat. Our four new works will tickle your intellect as they tickle your funny bone, said Tyrrell. In our roiling, constantly changing world, there is an internal battle we face every day the need to be part of it all, and the need to be apart from it all. The 2013-14 Season at The Theatre at Arts Garage will satisfy both cravings. Its a season of engaged escape! Subscriptions and Flex Passes are now available for both the concert and theatre season. Visit www.artsgarage.org. Ticket prices: Concert performances $25$45, $5 more at the door Theatre productions $30-$45 www.artsgarage.org, or call the box ofce at 561-450-6357October ListingsFriday 10/4, 8:00 pmJazz Project: Antonio Adolfo & Hendrik MeurkinsAntonio Adolfo, award-winning pianist, arranger, and composer, and is undeniably one of the most important gures in Brazilian music. Hailing from Rio de Janeiro, Antonio has performed and toured with many major Brazilian artists such as Elis Regina and Milton Nascimento Hendrik Meurkens, a virtuoso on both the chromatic harmonica and the vibraphone, is the most important jazz harmonica player since Toots Thielemans. German-born but now based in New York, Meurkens recordings and performances garner worldwide acclaim because the transcendent beauty of his music has universal appeal. Saturday 10/5, 8:00 pmGarage Blues: Joey GilmoreAward winning, legendary blues artist Joey Gilmore has shared the stage with artists such as James Brown, Etta James, Bobby Bland, Little Milton, Johnny Taylor and numerous others. In January 2006 Joey was the winner of the most distinguished and internationally coveted award in all of blues: The International BLUES Challenge. Joey Gilmore is a consummate entertainer with a career has spanning over 40 years with performances throughout the United States and Europe. Dont miss this opportunity to hear one of the Masters of the blues. Friday 10/11, 8:00 pmJazz Project: Nicole HenryOne of the jazz worlds most acclaimed vocalists, whose expressive, soulful voice and uplifting energy has earned her three top 10 albums along with international accolades from Moscow to Madrid. Nicole Henry emerges hands down as this generations First Lady of Jazz.Hufngton Post Saturday 10/12, 8:00 pmJazz Project: Jonathan KreisbergGuitarist and composer Kreisberg is a major voice on the international jazz scene, and has worked in the bands of many jazz greats including Lee Konitz, Joe Locke and Dr. Lonnie Smith. There can be no doubting that this guitarist is a major talent the future of jazz guitar in the worthy hands of Jonathan Kreisberg Jazz Chicago Friday 10/18, 8:00 pmJazz Project: Michelle Amato with special guest Duffy JacksonA dynamic vocalist who conveys the deep passion of a lyric, and whose voice soars effortlessly through the stratosphere, she has performed and recorded with a diverse array of artists, including Liza Minelli, Al Green, Jon Secada, Donna Summer, Michael McDonald, Ira Sullivan, Celia Cruz, Rita Marley and world-renowned composer Yanni.Duffy Jackson Weekend:Saturday 10/19, 2:00 pm Master Class $10 By his 18th birthday, drummer Duffy Jackson was touring the country with Lena Horne. At 20 he was performing in concert with Sammy Davis, Jr., appearing in the popular weekly TV show, Sammy & Company. Since that time Duffy Jacksons powerful, swinging style has driven such big name bands as Count Basie, Artie Shaw, Lionel Hampton and Illinois Jacquet. Hes also performed with such Jazz legends as Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie, Ella Fitzgerald, Billy Eckstine, Stan Getz, Buddy Rich and Harry Sweets Edison to name a few. Jacksons Master Class will incorporate his house band, and will focus on the theme of, how to swing, with emphasis on the rhythm section. There will be a question and answer session along with post class autographs and photos. Saturday 10/19, 8:00 pm Sunday 10/20, 7:00 pm Duffy Jackson, drummer extraordinaire and son of legendary jazz bassist Chubby Jackson, is back by popular demand. Duffy Jackson has a distinctly swinging style and a rapier wit. Among some of the legendary artists Duffy has laid some percussion for, Duke Ellington, Lionel Hampton, Dizzy Gillespie, Ella Fitzgerald and Benny Carter top the list. Sun, 10/20, 2pm | Swing to Duffy Best damn swingin band Ive ever seen! The Arts Garage dance oor comes to life with the high-energy, nger-poppin, high-steppin Duffy Jackson Band. Bring your dancing shoes and swing the night away or just sit back and enjoy the show. Duffy Jackson, drummer extraordinaire and son of legendary jazz bassist Chubby Jackson, is back by popular demand. Duffy Jackson has a distinctly swinging style and a rapier wit. Among some of the legendary artists Duffy has laid some percussion for, Duke Ellington, Lionel Hampton, Dizzy Gillespie, Ella Fitzgerald and Benny Carter top the list. Friday 10/25, 8:00 pmJazz Project: Jeff Harnar CabaretWinner of the 2012 Noel Coward Foundation Cabaret Award, recording artist Harnar is known for his critically acclaimed engagements at The Algonquin Hotels Oak Room, Feinsteins at The Regency, The Metropolitan Room and most recently at Birdland and Iridium. The most important male cabaret performer since Michael FeinsteinThe New York Times Saturday 10/26 8:00 pmJazz Project: Troy RobertsBack by popular demand, the Grammynominated saxophonist and composer Troy Roberts explores the funky side of jazz with songs that range from contemporary to groove to modern jazz tensions. Hailing from the remote location of Perth, West Australia, Roberts has won four consecutive Downbeat Jazz Soloist Awards, two consecutive West Australian Music Industry Awards and was the only Australian nalist in the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Saxophone Competition. 11/1 11/24, 8:00 pmTheatre at Arts Garage: The Longing And The Short Of It Music & Lyrics by Daniel Mat Tickets $30-$45 The Longing and the Short of It is an evening of catchy, thrilling, and unpredictable theatre songs in a variety of delightful musical styles, written and composed by acclaimed composer/lyricist Daniel Mat (2013 Kleban Prize for Most Promising Musical Theatre Lyricist.) Six actors play a multitude of relatable characters, all struggling to nd love and acceptance, or the nearest available substitute. Whether acting out lustily at a party, running into an ex in a public place and saying all the wrong things, pleading insanity to keep a relationship from ending, or simply enjoying a nice, quiet self-pity party at home, these people all long to feel, in the words of the opening song, something like okay. Arts Garage: Pushing Cultural Boundaries with a VengeanceJEFF HARNAR photo credit Heather Sullivan Antonio Adolfo Troy Roberts

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com Oc tober 2013 29 What is your idea of perfect happiness? As an artist, I am blessed as a free spirit with a mission, happiness is hammock time and hard work. Having family, friends and loved ones makes me very happy. What is your greatest fear? Zombies, sharknados, alligators and tsunami. Where do you nd artistic inspiration? My dreams, life experience, travel and education. Which living person do you most admire? My mom and all my other teachers. Who are your favorite artists? Swoon, follow2square, Cai Guoqiang, Lauren Shapiro, Rocco Rococo, Sara Henick, Alexander Zaklynsky, South Side Greaser Luis Martins, contemporary line drawing artists. What do you consider the most overrated virtue? Status ( Which words or phrases do you most overuse? I like to pick a word of the week and overuse it. This weeks word is facetious. When did your rst know that you had to become an artist? I knew at 16 for sure. I had a darkroom in my best friends basement. I began to show my work in galleries at 16 and started to experiment with installation, sculpture, painting, graphic design and mixed media. What is your greatest regret? Is wearing a skirt on the Gravitron. What or who is the greatest love of your life? The One that got away. When and where were you happiest? When I got away. Which talent (other than being an artist) would you most like to have? Piano If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be? I have fair skin in Florida and I turn pink sometimes or letting stress interfere with my happiness. What do you consider your greatest artistic achievement? Perseverance If you were to die and come back as a person or thing, what do you think it would be? Pippy Longstocking. ( What is your most treasured possession? My passport What do you most value in your friends? Their love and individuality. Who are your heroes in real life? Frida Kahlo, my peers, teachers, and motorcycle repair men. What is it that you most dislike? Evil. Except B rated horror movies such as Evil Dead. What is your motto? Aint no thang but a chicken wingSarah Thompson, a local artist who recently exhibited in Who Does She Think She Is? at Art House of Delray, creates beautifully complex mixed media workslarge-scale drawings, paintings, and multiple works on paper often assembled to create installations. Her work is surrealistic and ethereal. She is inspired by ancient cave art and combines the layering of images, use of symbolism, and the storytelling aspects of cave art in her work. Thompson creates a narrative that speaks of a world somewhere between consciousness and a dream-like altered reality. By layering texture and imagery and using many different medium (conte crayon, charcoal, ink, pastel, pencil) she creates images that are both personally and conventionally symbolic. Sarah depicts landscapes converging from mountains to seascapes to outer space to rolling plains with images of ying birds, animals, trucks, planes or automobilescombining technology and movement to form atmospheric dreamscapes. 20QuestionsArt House of Delray255 NE 6th Ave., Delray Beach, FL 33483 561.859.0856 arthousedelray.com Sarah Thompson Notre Dame De La GardeOwls and PlanesMusicals and plays to tickle the intellect as well as the funny boneDELRAY BEACH, FL The 2013 Theater at Arts Garage season is a celebration of the most remarkable storytellers and inventive voices in American Theatre. The four-play season, featuring some of the best new work in drama and musical theater, will take you on a thrill ride of laughter, insight, and intrigue. The season opens with a hip, hilarious song cycle from Daniel Mat, followed by a riveting family survival adventure by Carter Lewis. Master playwright Israel Horovitz then reveals the deep emotions of a later-life love story, and the season closes with the satirical retelling of Franz Kafkas Metamorphosis, set squarely in a contemporary middle-American household. For ticket and season subscription information visit, www.artsgarage.org. Our four new works will tickle your intellect as they tickle your funny bone, said Artistic Director Lou Tyrrell. In our roiling, constantly changing world, there is an internal battle we face every day the need to be part of it all, and the need to be apart from it all. The 2013-14 Season at The Theatre at Arts Garage will satisfy both cravings. Its a season of engaged escape! For Tyrrell, selecting the seasons productions is a process he takes very seriously. These days, Im looking for plays with the freshest ideas, plays that tell stories about the things that were actually going through in our lives right now, he said. Im also interested in an eclectic range and style of work, so that in four visits to the theater, we really experience a variety of plays that satisfy the broadest artistic perspective and taste. It is safe to say that there will be no other theater season like this in South Florida, Tyrrell continued. Arts Garage is a refuge for the sophisticated theatergoer, the experienced arts patron, and anyone who likes their entertainment smothered with artistic innovation. THE LONGING AND THE SHORT OF IT November 1 24, 2013 Music & Lyrics by Daniel Mat The Longing and the Short of It is an evening of catchy, thrilling, and unpredictable theatre songs in a variety of delightful musical styles, written and composed by acclaimed composer/lyricist Daniel Mat (2013 Kleban Prize for Most Promising Musical Theatre Lyricist.) Six actors play a multitude of relatable characters, all struggling to nd love and acceptance, or the nearest available substitute. Whether acting out lustily at a party, running into an ex in a public place and saying all the wrong things, pleading insanity to keep a relationship from ending, or simply enjoying a nice, quiet self-pity party at home, these people all long to feel, in the words of the opening song, something like okay. As Tony-winning actress Victoria Clark has remarked, These are people trying desperately to connect, mostly getting it wrong, and we love them for it because thats us. This is a song cycle about the hilarious, heart-wrenching, and thoroughly messy business of being human; a new collection of theatre songs for our time. THE HUMMINGBIRD WARS January 10 February 2, 2014 by Carter W. Lewis A hummingbird is always just a few hours away from starving. Warren wonders, who can live like that? as he ghts against middle-class extinction and the onslaught of threatening social media, deceptive cable companies, pharmaceutical invasion, a crippled economy, his ooding basement, and the mysterious appearance of guns throughout his home. When his wife disappears in the societal war on America, the soldier in him emerges, and he decides to ght back. FIGHTING OVER BEVERLEY February 28 March 23, 2014 by Israel Horovitz A romantic comedy set in Gloucester, Massachusetts in the winter of 1998, Fighting Over Beverley centers on a love triangle between three 70+-year-olds: Beverley, who came to America from England as a war-bride; Zelly, her sherman-husband; Archie, the Brit she jilted 53 years earlier, who has returned to take Beverley back. In the battle for Beverley, the real question emerges: What does it take to realize that you are the love of your life? THE TROUBLE WITH DOUG April 18 May 11, 2014 Book and Music by Will Aronson Book and Lyrics by Daniel Mat A contemporary re-imagining of Kafkas Metamorphosis, The Trouble With Doug is a hilarious and moving new musical about a healthy young man who transforms inexplicably into a giant talking slug. Thrust together awkwardly under the same roof, Doug, his family, and his ance all struggle to understand and respond to this strangest of crises. The Theatre at Arts Garage 2013-14 Season Tickets: $30-$40 www.artsgarage.org or call 561-450-6357Theatre at Arts Garage 2013-2014 SeasonLake Worth, FL The Lake Worth Casino and Beach Complex, already enjoying tremendous success as a premiere beach and wedding destination, is expanding their reach to join in the City of Lake Worths campaign The Art of Florida Living. Two signature festivals will become a new tradition with the already announced Lake Worth Beach Art Fest the weekend before Thanksgiving, and the launch of the Lake Worth Beach Sand Sculpting and Seafood Fest in January. This creative new event features the experts who produce the world famous Ft. Meyers Sand Sculpting events; bringing the same level of professional sculptors, plus an amateur sculpting contest, nautical vendors and a beachfront seafood festival. Adding these events to the beach brings synergy to the cities vision of becoming the premiere arts destination in the county, said Mayor Pam Triolo. The beachfront in itself is the perfect destination already, but by adding these new events, we will bring new audiences who might not otherwise go to the beach, she added. Additional events include by popular demand the return of Community Dance Nights. The former casino ballroom hosted hundreds of community dances through the years. Once we reopened last March, the community begged for these dances to return, so eight different themed dance nights will take place in the ballroom for audiences of all ages to swing, jitterbug and tango! concluded Triolo. The popular beach bonres return, but with an all new look and feel, including live music and a beer and wine garden. The kick-off of Seaside Celebrations and Beach Bonres will be November 8 with the Lake Worth favorite The People Upstairs. All events, except the Community Dance Nights are free. The dance night price varies per event. Advance reservations are recommended for the dance nights by calling 561-533-7395. The full list of events is below and is on the City of Lake Worth Website www.lakeworth.org. Lake Worth Casino and Beach Building Calendar of Events 2013 Seaside Celebrations and Beach Bonre Kick-0ff With The People Upstairs Friday, November 8, 6 pm 9 pm ( Live music, two beach bonres (one for the little ones to roast marshmallows) and beer and wine garden. Free Admission ( Lake Worth Beach Complex Veterans/USO Community Dance Night Wednesday, November 13, 6 pm 9 pm ( Salute to America s Veterans. Dance to the tunes from the Great American Songbook and hits from the USO dance hall days. Featuring Charisma Barry & Maxine and entertainer Mel Seba. ( $20 per couple/$12 per person. Includes 3 hour parking, complimentary dance lessons, snacks and soft drinks. Cash bar available. Casino Ballroom Lake Worth Beach ArtFest ( Saturday, November 23 & Sunday, November 24, ( 10 am 5 pm both days ( Over 100 ne artists and crafters, craft beer and wine garden, kids zone and live music. Free Admission ( Lake Worth Beach Complex Seaside Celebrations and Beach Bonre With Reel Tings Steel Drum Band Friday, November 29, 6 pm 9 pm ( Live music, two beach bonres (one for the little ones to roast marshmallows) and beer and wine garden. Free Admission ( Lake Worth Beach Complex Community Dance Night Wednesday, December 4, 6 pm 9 pm ( Traditional Ballroom Dancing featuring Charisma Barry & Maxine ( $20 per couple/$12 per person. Includes 3 hour parking, complimentary dance lessons, snacks and soft drinks. Cash bar available. Casino BallroomLake Worth Casino Building and Beach Complex announces full lineup of festivals/dance nights

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30 October 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple 7 Dianne E. Adams Introduces 140 NE 2ND AVE. DELRAY BEACH | STUDIOSEVENHAIRDELRAY.COM CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT: 561.859.1737 ITS ALL ABOUT YOU. Owner Dianne E. Adams The Pineapple delray beach AREA MOVIE THEATRES Frank Theatres 9025 West Atlantic Avenue Regal Delray Beach 18 1660 S. Federal Highway Delray Square Cinemas 4809 W. Atlantic Avenue Movies of Delray 7421 W. Atlantic Avenue Cinemark Boynton Beach 1151 N. Congress Avenue Boynton Cinema 9764 S. Military Trail Cinemark Palace 20 3200 Airport Road, Boca Raton Regal Shadowood 16 9889 West Glades Road, Boca Raton Living Room Theaters, FAU 777 Glades Road, Boca Raton The Wick Theatre, Boca Raton, opened its inaugural season on September 19, 2013 with the beloved Rodgers & Hammerstein classic, The Sound of Music. This selection proves a prescient pick for the new theatre since The Sound of Music is garnering tremendous buzz thanks to the live TV version starring Carrie Underwood scheduled for December. We are thrilled to bring The Sound of Music to the stage at this time, said Founder and Executive Director Marilynn Wick. Its a wonderful opportunity for South Florida families to enjoy a live performance of this show, and through our costume displays, experience the history behind the legendary production. The original Rodgers & Hammerstein Broadway production debuted in 1959 with Mary Martin. In 1965, Julie Andrews made the role of Maria an iconic one in the Academy Award-winning lm. The December production starring Carrie Underwood and True Bloods Stephen Moyer will be a live television event, and is expected to remain faithful to the script. The issues in The Sound of Music are still current, said Michael Ursua, resident musical director. There is no need to reconstruct or deconstruct the production. The story line is still fresh and the songs remain in your heart. The Sound of Music is the story of a young woman, Maria, preparing to become a nun. However, the wise Mother Abbess, believes a life outside the convent would better suit her, so she sends Maria to serve as the governess to seven children of the widowed captain Von Trapp. Maria brings laughter and music to the overly disciplined household, winning the affections of the children along with the captain. However, a rival for his affections and the storm clouds of war bring challenges to Marias new life. For Ursua, directing this production has been a joyous experience. When I was in living in New York, I saw the revival numerous times. The seats were always lled with families of all ages, and even the youngest of children would never lose focus. The kids in the audience really seemed to connect with the kids on the stage, he said. The Wick production has cast young performers from throughout Florida to star as the Von Trapp children. They are amazingly talented and terric to work with, said Ursua. And being able to nurture young talent is one of the primary reasons Marilynn Wick opened the theatre. We are so proud to be able to provide these outstanding young performers with this opportunity. Leading the 28-person cast are the husband and wife team of Krista Severeid and Tony Lawson. Severeid has played the role of Maria before, while this is Lawsons debut as Captain Von Trapp. They are so talented, they enjoy working together and their chemistry is truly palpable, said Ursua. Which is important, as above all, this is a love story. Another production highlight is casting Carbonell winner, Lourelene Snedeker as the role of Mother Abbess. Lourelene is absolutely amazing, said Ursua. Her voice is outstanding and when she is joined by the cast of ten nuns for the singing of Climb Evry Mountain, it will be a truly rousing nale. The Sound of Music will run through October 20th. For tickets, subscriptions, upcoming productions and Museum tour information, www.thewick.org or call 561-995-2333. The Wick Theatre opens inaugural season with The Sound of MusicThe beloved classic proves trendy pickHIGHLAND BEACH, FL Artists Vicki Siegel and Bonnie Shapiro present Time and Place a two person exhibition of paintings and artworks at the Highland Beach Library Gallery. The exhibit runs from September 27th through November 21st, 2013. The opening reception will be Friday, September 27 4:30-6:30pm, with refreshments provided by the Friends of the Library. The opening and exhibit is free and open to the public. The Highland Beach Library is located at 3618 South Ocean Blvd. in Highland Beach. For more information call 561 278-5455. Diverse in style, technique and media, artists Vicki Siegel and Bonnie Shapiro share a common theme, Time and Place, that unites the varied works in the show. This is the thread of history that reaches back into our past, congures the present and projects itself into the future. Time and place binds us together as community, as our memories and concern for future generations shape our current thoughts and actions. The oil paintings of Bonnie Shapiro are a painted journal of people and places encountered as a child growing up in Florida. These early impressions are superimposed on the current landscape. Paintings are built up slowly through layers and glazes, much like the memories that echo through life. Vicki Siegels work is a narrative that explores issues of identity, power, sexual discovery and the environment. Each painting unites a particular memory with a world that is part fantasy and part reality. To achieve this, painting, drawing and image transfers of photographs can be found in each mixed media painting, creating a dreamlike atmosphere with a surreal sense of space. The Highland Beach Library Gallery Hours: Mon.-Wed., Noon-6pm, Thursdays, Noon-4pm, Friday-Saturday, 10 am-1pm. You can see more of the artists works by visiting their websites: Bonnie Shapiro: www.bonnieshapiro.artspan.com and Vicki Siegel: www.vickisiegelart.comTime and Place paintings and artworks by Vicki Siegel and Bonnie Shapiro at the Highland Beach Library Gallery Bonnie Shapiro Looking Through a Haze of Memories Vicki Siegel To Have and To Hold The Boca Raton Theatre Guild may need to update its name as it takes to the road!The Boca Raton Theatre Guild has added four additional productions to its 20132014 season. Under the direction of Artistic Director Keith Garsson and a forwardthinking board of directors, the company has decided to expand their reach and venture beyond their home base, The Willow Theatre in Sugar Sand Park. The BRTG, who recently announced they have combined their 2013-2014 Willow Theatre season with that of The Womens Theatre Project, has been consistently evolving in recent years, And this is just the next step, explains Garsson. The show choices are eclectic, and have been chosen to attract a broad range of theatre patrons. David Mamet, Marilyn Monroe, an edgy new musical, and a South Florida favorite are all on the Guilds extended schedule, and some of the areas top talent has signed on to bring these productions to life: Sunny Thompson will star in Marilyn: Forever Blonde at the Township Center for the Performing Arts from November 21st to December 1st. The show will also play at the Mizner Cultural Arts Centers Studio Theatre from January 9th 11th. The Boca Raton Theatre Guild will team with Peter J. Loewy and present RESPECT: A Musical Journey of Women from December 5th through January 5th at the Mizner Park Cultural Arts Centers Studio Theatre. From February 28th March 21st audiences will have the opportunity to see the Southeast American premiere of Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Mamets The Anarchist, starring Carbonell Award-winner Patti Gardner and Jacqueline Laggy. Everyday Rapture will run from April 25th May 11th at the Mizner Park Cultural Arts Center, and from May 25th May 27th at the Willow Theatre in Sugar Sand Park. The Boca Raton Theatre Guild is a notfor-prot organization dedicated to producing professional productions and advancing the art of theatre in the South Florida community. For more information about The Boca Raton Theatre Guild or for tickets visit www.brtg.org or call 866-811-4111.

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com Oc tober 2013 31 COMING THIS MONTH . .EVENTSOctober 10 Oktoberfest Kickoff Outdoor Pavilion Thursday, 6 p.m.; free admission. The American German Club of the Palm Beaches kicks off their 40th Annual Oktoberfest with this free concert, featuring two bands direct from the Munich Oktoberfest! October 19, 2013 May 10, 2014 Budding Artists at the Delray Green Market Old School Square Park Saturday, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Bring the kids to our Budding Artists booth at the Delray Beach Green Market and take home a treasure! Well have creative activities designed for fun and learning. Visit delraycra.org for special Green Market events and dates closed. October 25 Volunteer Delray Outdoor Pavilion Friday, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Discover a wide range of volunteer opportunities on this Free Friday Concert night! The Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce Non-Prot Council members will have booths on site with information on volunteering for their respective organizations.EXHIBITOctober 10, 2013 February 2, 2014 ELVIS: GRACE & GRIT Cornell Museum of Art & American Culture Tuesday-Saturday, 10 am 4:30 pm; Thursday until 8 pm; Sunday, 1-4:30 pm; closed Mondays and major holidays. Admission: $8 general; $6 seniors & students with ID; free for ages 10 and under. Palm Beach County residents receive free admission every Thursday. A ne art photography exhibition from the CBS photo archive. This collection of 35 large format, candid and on air photographs, shot by various CBS Television photographers, documents Elvis before the Las Vegas years during his meteoric rise to stardom.EXHIBITOctober 10, 2013 February 2, 2014 FLASHBACK: A Retro Look at the s and s Cornell Museum of Art & American Culture Tuesday-Saturday, 10 am 4:30 pm; Thursday until 8 pm; Sunday, 1-4:30 pm; closed Mondays and major holidays. Admission: $8 general; $6 seniors & students with ID; free for ages 10 and under. Palm Beach County residents receive free admission every Thursday. Reminisce and enjoy a fun display of music, movie and sports memorabilia on loan from the community.EXHIBITThrough November 3 School of Creative Arts Showcase Crest Theatre Galleries Monday-Friday, 9:30 am 4:30 pm; Saturday, 10 am-3 pm; free admission This impressive, multi-media exhibit showcases drawings, paintings, collage, mixed media and ne art photographs by adult and youth students and instructors.GUEST ORGANIZATIONSOctober 25-27 Orchids on the Square Vintage Gymnasium Friday-Sunday, 10 am-5 pm; admission, $5. The Delray Beach Orchid Society presents their annual show and sale featuring orchid vendors, potting supplies, dazzling orchid displays and rafe prizes. October 26-27, 2013 January 25-26, 2014 February 15-16 & 22-23, 2014 March 22-23 & 29-30, 2014 Delray Art League Artists in the Park Old School Square grounds Saturday & Sunday, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Fine art exhibitions and sales. Delray Beach Center for the Arts offers world-class events, theater, exhibits and learning opportunities. The restored early 20th century school buildings (listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Delray Beach Schools) house the charming Cornell Museum of Art & American Culture (c. 1913), the intimate Crest Theatre (c. 1925) and a Vintage Gymnasium. The Pavilion, which opened in 2002, hosts outdoor concerts and festivals. The School of Creative Arts offers art, photography and writing classes. The Center also serves as a venue for community, corporate, private and media events. For information on performances, exhibits, classes or facility rentals, call 561-243-7922 or visit DelrayCenterForTheArts.org. All dates, times and lms are subject to change without notice. EVENTS, THEATER, EXHIBITS and LEARNING DELRAY BEACHS CENTER FOR THE ARTSOctober 11, 2013 January 31, 2014Delray Beach Center for the Arts / Outdoor Pavilion Old School Square, 51 N. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach 33444 561-243-7922, DelrayCenterForTheArts.org Friday, 7:30 p.m. Free admission. Rain or shine; bring lawn chairs, and bring the family, but no pets or outside food and beverage. Food trucks and cash bar are available. LEARNING The School of Creative Arts is located on the second oor of the Crest Theatre building. Fall Term 1 runs through October 26th. Fall Term 2 opens October 28th. The School offers beginner through master level classes, for all ages, during fall, winter and spring/ summer sessions. Classes include drawing, painting, watercolor, collage, mixed media, printmaking, ne art photography, digital imaging, lighting techniques and expanded youth classes. The Writers Colony offers classes and workshops centered on selfpublishing and getting published. Class brochures are available in the Crest Theatre lobby and may be downloaded from our website; or call 561-243-7922, ext. 317 for additional information.October 11 The Long Run Eagles tribute October 18 Scott Ringersen Elvis tribute October 25 Pocket change Funk, Blues, R & B November 1 The String Theor y Rock & Roll covers November 8 The Resolvers Alter native Reggae November 15 KillBillies Folk Rock November 22 Galo s Tribute to Santana Santana tribute November 29 The Petty Hearts T om Petty & Heartbreakers tribute December 6 Ike and V al R & B December 13 Across the Universe Beatles tribute December 20 Swing & Jazz Preser vation Holiday Swing Society December 27 The People Upstairs Funk/Reggae January 3 The Rum Crew Beach Music covers January 10 Jay Blues Band Blues January 17 The Fabulous Fleetwoods Rock covers January 24 The Brass Evolution Rock covers January 31 Turnstiles Billy Joel tribute (right) Scott Ringersen (below) The Long Run

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32 October 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple Calling all Palm Beach County artists!LAKE WORTH, FL The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County invites artists who live or work in Palm Beach County to attend a free workshop planned to assist in the grant application process for the 2014 South Florida Cultural Consortium Visual and Media Artist Fellowship awards. The workshop will take place 1 p.m., Oct. 3rd at the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, 601 Lake Avenue, in Lake Worth. To register, please visit: www.surveymonkey.com/s/ SFCCOCT3 General Information: ( The South Florida Cultural Consortium (SFCC) is a partnership among the local arts agencies of Palm Beach, Broward, Martin, MiamiDade and Monroe counties. In Palm Beach County, the SFCC is largely supported by the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County and the Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners. The SFCCs Fellowship program is intended to nurture the artistic development of eligible visual and media artists who reside in one of these counties. Fellowships are not projectbased; recipients may use the Fellowships according to their individual needs. Fellowship Amounts: Fellowships of $15,000 and $7,500 are awarded to selected visual and media artists from Palm Beach, Broward, Martin, MiamiDade and Monroe counties. Eligibility: All emerging, mid-career and established South Florida professional artists (those residing in Broward, Martin, Miami-Dade, Monroe or Palm Beach counties) are eligible to apply. The Consortium denes a professional artist as a person who has created a recognized body of original works of art within an artistic discipline over a sustained period of time, and who is striving to achieve the highest level of professional recognition. You may apply if youre an artist serving as a volunteer on the boards, committees, task forces and/or similar advisory bodies of South Florida Cultural Consortium member agencies, so long as youre not directly involved with the decision-making process for the Fellowship program. Applicants must be over 18 years of age Previous winners must wait ve years if they were awarded $15,000, and three years if they were awarded $7,500. Applications available online Deadline to apply is Friday, October 25The Delray Beach Playhouse announces auditions for two playsDELRAY BEACH, FL Auditions for Driving Miss Daisy will be on October 7 and 8 at 7:30pm at The Delray Beach Playhouse. Casting Requirements are: 2 Men (30-60) / 1 Woman (plays 70-90).This Pulitzer Prizewinning play tells the story of a crotchety Jewish widow named Daisy Wertham who has just demolished another car. Ignoring her protests, her son hires a driver for her, a black man named Hoke. At rst, Daisy resents her new driver; but as the two get to know each other, they gradually realize that they have more in common than they ever would have thought. Great roles for a mature actress; a mature black actor; and a younger actor of 30-40. Auditions for You Cant Take It With You will be on October 9 and 10 at 7:30pm at The Delray Beach Playhouse. Casting Requirements are: 12 Women (16-70) / 17 Men (18-70). This classic American comedy introduces us to the Sycamore family, led by the familys grandfather, Martin Vanderhof, who hasnt worked or paid taxes for the past 35 years. When his granddaughter falls in love with a member of New Yorks upper crust, his efforts to bridge the social gap are hindered by a zany carnival of eccentric friends, from a deposed Russian Countess to a fugitive postal worker. Sufce to say, this play offers 29 great character parts of every age and type! Prepared monologues are not required. Auditions will be held at The Delray Beach Playhouse, 850 NW 9th Street, Delray Beach, FL 33444. For more information, please call 561-272-1281 Ext. 4.Delray Beach Playhouse announces professional adult acting workshops Beginning in October, The Delray Beach Playhouse will offer Actorcise, a series of professional Acting Workshops conducted by Tony Thompson. Thompson is a veteran actor, director and playwright who has been honored with Artserves Artist of the Year Award (2007), the Florida Library Divisions Culture Keeper Award (2004) and the prestigious Carbonell Pioneer Award (2000). In 1985, Thompson was a founding member of Vinnette Carrolls Repertory Theatre in Ft. Lauderdale and is currently the artistic director of the Metropolitan Diversity Theatre Company which is dedicated to discovering, nurturing and presenting new theatrical talent. His credits include Im Not Rappaport, Driving Miss Daisy, Paul Robeson and Frederick Douglas: A Trumpet For Freedom He is also the author of nine plays. His workshop is entitled Actorcise and will include six sessions. Each session will be divided into exercise work followed by scene studies and monologue development to help each actor continue to grow as an artist. Thompson will provide individual attention, suggestions and constructive feedback based on years of practical experience. Enrollment will be limited. The workshops will be held at The Delray Beach Playhouse and will run from October 13 to November 17. They will be held on Sunday afternoons from 4:00 to 6:30 PM. The fee for the six Workshops will be $120.00, and class size is limited. To sign up for the Workshops or to request further information, call The Delray Beach Playhouse Box Ofce at (561) 272-1281 Ext. 4.Sing-A-Long Under The Stars Free Friday movie nights October 11 & 18BOCA RATON, FL Sing, dance and dress the parts of two classic sing-a-long lms, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory on Friday, October, 11 and Mamma Mia! on Friday, October 18, both starting at 7:30 p.m. at Downtown Bocas MPA at 590 Plaza Real. Both events are FREE and open to the public. Attendees are encouraged to dress in costume and sing along with both movies. Prizes will be awarded to the best dressed. In keeping with the Willy Wonka theme, on Friday, October 11, one lucky person will be the recipient of a Golden Ticket, winning a special grand prize. Chocolate and candy (available for sale) will ll the MPA to include decadent martinis, desserts, and other tasty treats. Mizner Parks Sloans Ice Cream will be on-site with a multi-avor Ice Cream Bar; special toppings bar with all things chocolate; fudge and assorted pre-made candy bags. Directed by Mel Stuart, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory is a 1971 musical lm starring Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka that tells the story of a boy who receives a golden ticket and visits Willy Wonkas chocolate factory with four other children from around the world. In 1972, the lm received an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Score. On Friday, October 18, Mamma Mia! fans are welcome to wear their favorite 70s costumes and sing to such ABBA favorites such as Dancing Queen, Super Trouper, SOS and Take a Chance on Me. Mamma Mia! is a 2008 American-British musical/romantic comedy lm adapted from the Broadway musical of the same name, based on the songs of successful pop group ABBA. The title originates from ABBAs 1975 hit Mamma Mia! and stars Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan and Colin Firth. Blankets and chairs are welcome, but for convenience, chairs will also be available to rent for $5.00. Attendees are encouraged to walk, bike, car pool and use free parking at City Hall and the Boca Raton Library. Preferred parking is available adjacent to the amphitheater for $10.00. Limited parking is also available in Mizner Park. Food and beverages will be available to purchase inside the venue. Outside alcoholic beverages are prohibited. For more information visit www. mizneramphitheater.com or www. downtownboca.org. For recorded information call (561) 544-8600.3rd Annual Meet Me On The Promenade celebrates Downtown Boca Raton with free fun for all BOCA RATON, FL What has become one of the most anticipated community events of the year, Downtown Bocas 3rd Annual Meet Me on the Promenade will bring one night and one full day of free fun for all! The event begins on Friday, October 25th from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. and continues on Saturday, October 26th from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. along The Promenade, connecting through Palmetto Park Road, N.E. First Avenue, Boca Raton Road, Mizner Park, Sanborn Square and Royal Palm Place. The festivities kick-off on Friday, October 25 at 6:00 p.m. in Sanborn Square as live music lls the streets with performances by calypso band Pan Paradise and followed by show band favorite Solid Gold presenting Dancing Through the Decades. On Saturday, October 26, event-goers of all ages will enjoy a variety of activities including a car show; arts and crafts festival featuring 60 local artisans; exhibits and displays showcasing many community organizations; an on-going schedule of live entertainment; cultural, wellness and non-prot showcases; sports and games; restaurant food tastings and specials; an array of food trucks; and childrens activities including face painting, bounce house and much more. New this year is an Interactive Pop-Up Art School at The Promenade, a day-long series of FREE interactive art workshops led by the Art School at the Boca Raton Museum of Art whereby festival-goers can chose to learn the basics of a variety of disciplines from canvas painting to pottery. Available for purchase will be a commemorative Promenade Poster (for a minimal fee) created by a local artist from The Artists Guild, an Auxiliary of the Boca Raton Museum of Art, with all proceeds beneting the Museum. Saturday morning starts early with the American Cancer Societys 11th Annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk that begins at the Mizner Park Amphitheater and routes walkers through Downtown Boca along Palmetto Park Road to AIA and back. Meet Me On The Promenade festivities immediately follow running into the evening hours. For updates on Meet Me On The Promenade and other Downtown Boca events, visit DowntownBoca.org often, become of a Facebook fan at www.facebook. com/DowntownBoca or call 561-367-7070.Juried festival to debut at Delray Marketplace October 26 & 27 DELRAY BEACH, FL Festival promoter American Craft Endeavors will debut the Delray Beach Marketplace Art & Craft Festival in the citys newest shopping, dining, and entertainment destination, the Delray Marketplace, Saturday & Sunday, October 26 27, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. This high-end outdoor event will showcase the work of 100 top artists and crafters. Admission is free and open to the public. A wide variety of original art, handmade crafts and affordable unique gift items will be on display and for sale with prices set to suit all budgets. All artists and crafters will be present for the duration of the festival and welcome the opportunity to meet patrons and art enthusiasts. INFORMATION AT-A-GLANCE: Juried outdoor craft showcase Original crafts Handmade in America Unique and affordable gift items 100 crafters from 30 different states Prices set to suit all budgets ranging from as little as $3 to $3,000 Crafters hand-selected from hundreds of applicants All crafters on site for duration of festival Vast array of craft media including folk art, pottery, personalized gifts, handmade clothing, basket weaving, beaded utensils, candles, cork assemblage, fabric design, ber quilts, fused wax & glass, hair accessories, handbags & accessories, handmade cards, leather, mosaic, wood, painted wood, plaster craft, stained glass For additional information on the Delray Beach Marketplace Art & Craft Festival and other American Craft Endeavors craft shows across the country, visit www.artfestival.com or call 561-746-6615.19th Annual Downtown Delray Beach Craft Festival DELRAY BEACH, FL The Downtown Delray Beach Craft Festival returns October 5 6, 2013 featuring the work 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. 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 festival producers American Craft Endeavors and Howard Alan Events bring to Downtown Delray Beach each year including the citys signature Festival of the Arts, which takes place in January, and the Thanksgiving Weekend Art Festival in addition to many craft shows at various locations around town.The Last Of The Red Hot LoversThe Delray Beach Playhouse opens its 2013-2014 Season with the popular Neil Simon comedy The Last Of The Red Hot Lovers. This smash hit comedy tells the story of a seafood restaurateur named Barney Cashman who is going through a middle-age crisis. Taunted by the fact that he has been faithful to his wife for his entire adult life, he decides to enjoy at least one extra-marital ing before its too late. Unfortunately, Barney is not the most self-assured Romeo in New York, so his quest leads him into three uniquely illuminating experiences. Sufce to say, Neil Simons portrait of a man desperately trying to spice up his sex life turns out to be a hilarious blueprint for disaster! Mark Hetelsen appears as the ineffectual Lothario, Barney Cashman. The three objects of his desire are played respectively by Forman Lauren, Danielle Tabino and Daryl Meyer. The production is directed by Randolph Dellago and the technical direction is by Chip Latimer. The Last Of The Red Hot Lovers runs from October 5 to October 20. Matinees are at 2:00 PM and evening performances are at 8:00 PM. Tickets are $30. Reservations can be made by calling The Delray Beach Playhouse Box Ofce at (561) 272-1281. Group Rates can be arranged by calling (561) 272-1281 Ext. 5. The Delray Beach Playhouse is located at 950 NW 9th Street in Lake Ida Park, Delray Beach. arts & ends Tony Thompson Mark Hetelson appears as the ineffectual Don Juan, Barney Cashman. The three objects of his desire are played respectively (L-R) by Danielle Tabino Daryl Meyer and Forman Lauren. (Photo by George Wentzler)

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I nd it impossible that she actually thinks of me as a best friend while she knows NOTHING of whats going on in my life aside from what I post on Facebook (if she even checks that), and doesnt make an effort to maintain a relationship. I dont mind making the trip to attend the wedding which is out of the country, since some of my friends and family members will also be in attendance & cmon, who doesnt love weddings and foreign adventures?! How do I decline the bridesmaid invite?Answer Tell her you dont want to do it and tell her the reasons you stated in your question. Well, dont tell her she is a manipulative, desperate, friendless weirdo, but tell her the rest. After you tell her your very legitimate reasons why you dont want to be her bridesmaid, primarily that you arent friends, listen carefully to her response. If she repeats the same old, Well I consider you a friend, stick to your guns and say no. That answer indicates either that 1) she is likely the person you described her as and is simply attempting to persuade a stranger from her past to be her bridesmaid as a ll-in or 2) she is a selsh ninny (I can write like Ann Landers) who is inconsiderate of your feelings, a situation that is just as bad, if not worse, than the former option. Firmly say, No, and I understand if you dont want me at your wedding anymore, and mean it. Even though she is selsh, you should still be the bigger person and respect that this is her wedding. After you shoot her down, your presence might be uncomfortable for her. But, if she gives a reason that seems thoughtful and well meaning, beyond a shallow attempt to get a pretty face to hand out gifts and balance out the wedding party, consider it. Maybe she thinks you were close friends a decade ago, and you represent a time in her life which would be a reasonable reason to ask you. Maybe she thinks the wedding wouldnt be the same without you because of that time you did XYZ for her. Who knows? Listen to the reason for her rejection and respond appropriately. She might not be the person you expect. Get a clearer view of the situation and respond. Lastly, you might consider just doing it if you can regardless of this other stuff. It would de-stress an old friend, you will get the adventure and travel you seek, and afterward you can go back to simply ignoring each other. This option isnt honest but you both get what you want without having to acknowledge you probably dont really mean anything to each other. It sounds like she only needs a bridesmaid, and you want to go to a wedding with family and friends regardless of who is getting married. Plus, with this last option, you can help relieve a ghost from the past of her loneliness, temporarily, before the nal goodbye. Im not good at giving best man speeches, but Ill prepare for hours, have some structure, wit, and candor, and all I ask in return is your questions to andthenjackhappened@gmail.com The award-winning Womens Theatre Project and the Boca Raton Theatre Guild have joined forces and are offering patrons the opportunity to purchase subscriptions to their productions next season. For a total of $99, patrons will be able to attend four plays two musicals produced by the Boca Raton Theatre Guild, and two plays presented by the Womens Theatre Project. Both the BRTG and TWTP operate out of the Willow Theatre at Sugar Sand Park in Boca Raton, and both companies have noted an increase in interest about the others productions by theatre-goers since the Womens Theatre Project moved into the Willow to the last season. ( ( The t is a natural one, says BRTG Artistic Director Keith Garsson: By offering to combine our four shows into one package, Sugar Sand Park has enabled theatre-goers to enjoy a wide range of productions from classics to edgy new comedies. We will still be able to maintain our level of professionalism, yet we hope to reach out to a wider fan-base and encourage more cross-over between audiences loyal to both companies before The Womens Theatre Project moved here from Fort Lauderdale. Genie Croft, Artistic Director of the Womens Theatre Project agrees: This is another big move for us, especially since our original move last season to the Willow and a part of our continuing growth, she explains. This partnership with The Boca Raton Theatre Guild allows both companies to offer an exciting season of outstanding plays and musicals to our patrons at a very affordable price. And its an extraordinary opportunity to showcase and highlight some of Floridas best talent in drama, comedy, and musical theatre. Its a perfect combination! ( The plays and musicals that will make up the two companies combined season are Theyre Playing Our Song, the south eastern premier of Nicky Silvers The Lyons, the current Broadway hit Pippin, and Red Hot Patriot: The Kickass Wit of Molly Ivins. ( ( Subscriptions to the combined Boca Raton Theatre Guild/The Womens Theatre Project are now on sale and can be purchased by calling the Willow Theatre Box Ofce at 561-347-3948. The subscription offer will expire with the nal performance of Theyre Playing Our Song, on November 24th. Tickets to individual performances are also on sale. All productions will take place in the Willow Theatre in Sugar Sand Park. The theatre is located at 300 South Military Trail in Boca Raton, just south of Palmetto Park Road. For more information about the Boca Raton Theatre Guild, please visit www.brtg.org; for more information about The Womens Theatre Project please visit www.womenstheatreproject.comSeason tickets now available for four exciting productionsEntrActe Theatrix presents TommyThe Whos iconic rock opera is a tribute to hope, healing, and the human spiritDELRAY BEACH, FL EntrActe Theatrix will follow up their extremely successful summer production of Monty Pythons Spamalot with The Whos Tommy. The show will run from October 17th though October 27th at the Delray Beach Center for the Arts Crest Theatre at Old School Square. Peter Townshends Tony Award-winning tale of a young boy a deaf, dumb and blind kid whose survives the painful traumas, abuses, and neglect of his childhood and reaches the heights of adoration as a cult gure through his talent as a pinball wizard is not a typical musical. Based upon the fourth album (released in 1969) by the famed British rock band The Who, this fast paced, groundbreaking rock opera is told almost completely musically there is very little dialogue. The Whos Tommy will run from October 17th to October 27th only, at the Crest Theatre at the Delray Beach Center for the Arts at Old School Square. Tickets are on sale now, and are available by calling 561-243-7922. Tickets are $20; $15 for groups of 15 or more with the 16th ticket free; and $10 for children under 12; and are on sale now. $10 Student Rush tickets will be available hour before curtain only, with valid ID. Tickets can be purchased on line at: http://delraycenterforthearts.org or by phone at: 561-243-7922, ext. 1. For more information about EntrActe Theatrix or The Whos Tommy visit www. entractetheatrix.org, or contact Carol Kassie at ckassie@gmail.com/561-445-9244.

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36 October 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2 Focus on Women Fall Luncheon 11am-1pm. Duncan Conference Center, 15920 S. Military Trail. Reinvent Yourself Where Are You Going Next? Join the Chamber for lunch, networking, special speakers Andrea Hoffer & Mary Monusky. Donations of gently used business shoes, handbags, new cosmetics to help women re-entering workforce. $20/member; $25/future member; $30 at the door. RSVP at delraybeach.com or lynn@delraybeach.com WEDNESDAYS OCTOBER 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Open Studio 12-4pm and Beginners Fusing Class 6-9pm. $40. All experience levels are welcome. Schmidt Stained Glass, 358 NE 4th St unit B. Artist Alley. Call for availability. www.SchmidtStainedGlass.com 561-400-8841 THURSDAY OCTOBER 3 Girls, Pearls, Hats & Heels 11am-1:30pm. Quail Ridge Country Club, presented by Delray Beach Library. Tickets $45. For reservations call 561-266-0799 THURSDAYS OCTOBER 3, 10, 17, 24 Wine Tastings 5:30-8:30pm. The Wine Wave, 900 E. Atlantic Ave Suite 3. Upscale wine tastings with hors doeuvres. $15/person, $25/couple. 15% off all wines tasted. RSVP to 561-276-2076 or wineontheave@gmail.com FRIDAY OCTOBER 4 Heart of the Grove 5-7pm. Artwalk throughout Pineapple Grove; Artist Reception and Sale at Delray Beach Historic Society from 7-9pm. Purchase a $15 passport in advance at the Artistic Artichoke in Paradise Salon and visit 10 galleries. Proceeds benet Alliance for Eating Disorders. Great art, good food and live music. 561-703-4204 or www.downtowndelraybeach.com/events Jazz Project | Antonio Adolfo & Hendrik Meurkins 8pm. Arts Garage, 180 NE 1st Street. $25-$35. www.artsgarage.org 561450-6357 SATURDAY OCTOBER 5 Garage Blues | Grand Marquis 8pm. Arts Garage, 180 NE 1st Street. $25-$35. www.artsgarage.org 561-450-6357 SATURDAY OCTOBER 5 2013 Sister Cities Golf Classic | The Mayors Challenge 7:15am registration; 8am scramble/shotgun; 1pm lunch & awards. Delray Beach Golf Club, 2200 Highland Ave. $75 entry fee; proceeds benet student exchange programs. Send registration and checks payable to Sister Cities Of Delray Beach, Inc.to Bob Barcinski, City of Delray Beach, 100 N.W. 1st Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33444 SATURDAY SUNDAY OCTOBER 5 6 Downtown Delray Beach Craft Festival 10ampm. 4th Ave just off Atlantic Ave. Free admission. Craft vendors, music, fun. For more information call 561-746-6615 or 561-243-1077 or visit www.artfestival.com OCTOBER 5 20 Last of the Red Hot Lovers 2pm & 8pm. Delray Beach Playhouse, 950 NW 9th St. Tickets $30. Popular Neil Simon comedy. Call 561-272-1281 Ext. 4 or visit www.delraybeachplayhouse.com or www.facebook/delrayplayhouse SUNDAYS OCTOBER 6, 13, 20, 27 Yoga with Live Music 9:30-11am. Colony Hotel, 525 E. Atlantic Ave. Legendary teacher Keith Fox. www.yogafox.com OCTOBER 8, NOVEMBER 5, DECEMBER 3 Stroll for Well-Being: Garden Walks at the Morikami 10:30am12noon. Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens, 4000 Morikami Park Rd. $100 with advance registration; includes 1-year individual membership. Participants will Gardens for quiet contemplation as often as they wish over a 3-month period using specially designed journal. 561.495.0233 or www.morikami.org OCTOBER 8-9, 15-16, 22-23, 29-30 Watercolor lessons all levels are welcome. Tropical Watercolors, Pat Kaufman, 354 NE 4th Ave. Bay A, Artist Alley. Call for availability 561-271-0128 or 561-272-4260 pakaufman@ earthlink.net, www.patkaufmanart.com, $25 a class, list of suggested supplies available. Learn bright key west style tropical painting with watercolors. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 9 Ultimate Girls Night Out 7-9pm. 6pm VIP Access. Delray Beach Club, 2001 S. Ocean Blvd. Champagne, wine & dinner bites, live entertainment, exclusive boutiques and complimentary pampering services. VIP access $120; general admission $80. Beneting the Achievement Centers. For more information or tickets visit www.DelrayIndulgence.com/attend-event or call 561-266-0003 THURSDAY OCTOBER 10 Oktoberfest Kickoff 6pm. Delray Beach Center for the Arts / Outdoor Pavilion, Old School Square, Free admission. American German Club of the Palm Beaches kicks off 40th Annual Oktoberfest with free concert featuring two bands direct from Munich Oktoberfest. 561-243-7922 or www.DelrayCenterForTheArts.org FRIDAY OCTOBER 11 Free Friday Concert at the Pavilion 7:30pm. Delray Beach Center for the Arts / Outdoor Pavilion Old School Square. The Long Run, an Eagles tribute band. Free admission. No pets or outside food and beverage. Food trucks & cash bar. 561-243-7922, www.DelrayCenterForTheArts.org Jazz Project | Nicole Henry 8pm. Arts Garage, 180 NE 1st Street. $25-$35. www.artsgarage.org 561-450-6357 SATURDAY OCTOBER 12 AVDAs 14th Annual Race for Hope | 5K Walk/Run, 10K Run and Kids Dash 6:30am Registration, 7:30am Race Start, 8:30am Kids Dash. Anchor Park, 340 S Ocean Blvd. For more information call 561-265-3797 or visit www.avdaonline.org. Delray Bash 7-9:30pm. Old School Square, 51 N. Swinton Ave. Presented by the American Lung Association. Tickets $50 each. Food samplings, wine garden, beer pavilion, entertainment, live music from Box of Rocks. 561-659-7644 or www.thedelraybash.org Jazz Project | Jonathan Kresiberg 8pm. Arts Garage, 180 NE 1st Street. $25-$35. www.artsgarage.org 561-450-6357 OCTOBER 14 16, 21 23 Come Fly With Me! 2pm & 8pm. Delray Beach Playhouse, 950 NW 9th St. Tickets $30. Musical memories | The Songs of Sammy Cahn. Hosted by Randolph DelLago. Call 561-272-1281 Ext. 4 or visit www. delraybeachplayhouse.com or www.facebook/delrayplayhouse WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 16 Music Series | The Theater It Lives Today! 2pm. Delray Beach Public Library, 100 West Atlantic Ave. Presented by George Feirstein. Free admission. Call at 561-266-9490 or visit www.delraylibrary.org Booksigning 7pm. Hank Phillippi Ryan signs Wrong Girl at Murder on the Beach Mystery Bookstore, 273 NE 2nd Avenue. www.murderonthebeach.com 561-279-7790 THURSDAY OCTOBER 17 Grand Opening of Schmidt Stained Glass 6-9pm. 358 NE 4th St unit B. Artist Alley. www.SchmidtStainedGlass.com 561-400-8841 THURSDAY OCTOBER 17 On the Ave 6-10pm. Pineapple Grove Arts District, along NE 2nd Ave from just north of Atlantic Ave to just south of NE 3rd St. Be Part of the Art! Live entertainment, art exhibition from Artists Alley, Kids Corner, performance art and dance and a Beer Garden. www.ontheavedelraybeach.com Artists Alley Open Studios & Galleries 6-9pm. Warehouse arts area in the Pineapple Grove Arts District between NE 3rd and 4th Streets, east of 3rd Avenue and west of the RR tracks. All of the Studios and Galleries in Artists Alley open every third Thursday each month. www.artistsalleydelray.com National League of American Pen Women Membership Tea/ Luncheon Hosting and Beneting the Boca Raton Branch, National League of American Pen Women. Achievement award for college women in the arts. Membership Tea/Lunch being held for women in the arts who would like information about our organization. Membership: Full members, associates, patrons, student division. Details and menu at website, or email bocapenwomen@aol.com Price: $25.00 at TeaLicious Tearoom, 4997-B West Atlantic Ave. www.bocapenwomen.org, 561/865-9756 FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 Teen Fashion Show 6-8pm. Delray Beach Community Center, 50 NW 1st St. Showcase of fall & winter fashions from local designers. $5 admission. For more info call Rohan Sutherland, 561-243-7158. Free Friday Concert at the Pavilion 7:30pm. Delray Beach Center for the Arts / Outdoor Pavilion Old School Square. Scott Ringersen Elvis Tribute. Free admission. No pets of outside food and beverage. Food trucks & cash bar. 561-243-7922, www.DelrayCenterForTheArts.org Jazz Project | Michelle Amato with Special Guest Duffy Jackson 8pm. Arts Garage, 180 NE 1st Street. $25-$35. www.artsgarage.org 561-450-6357 SATURDAY OCTOBER 19 2nd Annual Delray Beach Police Softball Challenge 9am-3pm. Miller Park, 1905 SW 4th Ave Delray Citizens for Delray Police and ELEV|8 Sports Institute sponsored event to thank Delray Beach Police Department and their families. Open to the public at no charge. Includes Home Run Derby and tournament. For more information call 561-265-0280 The Lantern Festival: In the Spirit of Obon 3-8pm. Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, 4000 Morikami Park Rd. Inspired by Japans three-day Obon holiday to honor spirits of ancestors. Entertainment, childrens events, food vendors. Limited tickets. $15/adults; $10 children ages 4-10; free for Museum members and children 3 and younger. Visit www.morikami.org/lanternfest SATURDAY SUNDAY OCTOBER 19 20 Jazz Project | The Duffy Jackson Weekend 7pm & 8pm. Arts Garage, 180 NE 1st Street. $25-$35. www.artsgarage.org 561-450-6357 SATURDAY OCTOBER 19, 26 Delray GreenMarket in the Park 9am-2pm. Old School Square Park, open air marketplace offering everything from off-the-vine produce, justpicked citrus and fragrant baked goods to fresh cut owers, blooming plants and unique taste treats. www.delraycra.org Budding Artists at the Delray GreenMarket 9am-2pm. Creative activities for fun and learning. 561-243-7922, www.DelrayCenterForTheArts.org SUNDAY OCTOBER 20 Special Event | Swinging with Duffypm. Featuring Duffy Jackson. Arts Garage, 180 NE 1st Street. $25-$35. www.artsgarage.org 561-450-6357 Sunday Sleuths Book Group 3pm. Discussion of Love You More by Lisa Gardner at Murder on the Beach Mystery Bookstore, 273 NE 2nd Avenue. www.murderonthebeach.com 561-279-7790 Music at St Pauls 3pm. St. Paul Episcopal Church 188 S. Swinton Ave. Concert by violinist Toms Cotik and pianist Tao Lin featuring Bach, Schubert and Poulenc. $15 minimal donation for general admission; preferred seating is available for $20 minimal donation. Students $5 donation. 561-278-6003 or www.stpaulsdelray.org FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 The Delray Beach Historical Society Presents Family Fall Festival & Halloween Fun 5:30 7:30pm at 5 NE 1st Street, Delray Beach Activities include:The First Annual Outdoor Screening of Its A Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown complete with gourmet Popcorn Bar, Haunted House and Ghost Tour, Family Halloween Photos, Trick or Treat Event sponsored by Dr. Jamie J. Alexander, DDS, PA Proceeds from the evening benet programs, exhibits, archiving and stafng at the Delray Beach Historical Society. This event is free. Donations are encouraged. Call 561-274-9578 for more info Volunteer Delray 5:30-7:30pm. Delray Beach Center for the Arts / Outdoor Pavilion, Old School Square, 51 N. Swinton Ave. Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce non-prot member booths with information on volunteering. 561-243-7922, www.DelrayCenterForTheArts.org Free Friday Concert at the Pavilion 7:30pm. Delray Beach Center for the Arts / Outdoor Pavilion Old School Square, 51 N. Swinton Ave. Pocket Change funk, blues, R&B. Free admission. No pets of outside food and beverage. Food trucks & cash bar. 561-243-7922, www.DelrayCenterForTheArts.org Jazz Project | Jeff Harnar 8pm. Arts Garage, 180 NE 1st Street. Cabaret night. $25-$35. www.artsgarage.org 561-450-6357 SATURDAY OCTOBER 26 Family Splash Games 12noon-3pm. Pompey Pool, 1101 NW 2nd St. Aquatic games including Water Basketball, Underwater Hockey, Watermelon Relay, and more. Daily pass required. For more information call 561-243-7358 Kidsfest of Delray 1-4pm. Veterans Park, 802 SE 1st St. Open to all ages at no cost. Family event highlighting childrens services and organizations, targeting health, safety and fun. Entertainment, make-and-take craft area and more. 561-243-7277 or email beardsleyd@mydelraybeach.com 5-on-5 Basketball Tournament 3pm. Teen Center Basketball Court, 505 SE Fifth Ave. Free for ages 12-19 years. Tournament and slam dunk contests. Call Rohan Sutherland 562-243-7158 Delray Beach Halloween Trick or Treating on the Avenue 11am-1pm. Atlantic Ave. Free for al children. Visit Downtown Delray businesses for a little Halloween Treat. Visit www.downtowndelraybeach.com for list of shops and restaurants Symposium on Food 8:30am-2:20pm. Delray Beach Public Library, 100 West Atlantic Ave. Tickets $30; pre-registration required. Kickoff of Lifelong Learning Community Institutes new semester titled Food, Glorious Food: Healthy, Local & Delicious! Looking at food from different perspectives. Call 561-266-9490 or visit www.delraylibrary.org Jazz Project | Troy Roberts 8pm. Arts Garage, 180 NE 1st Street. $25-$35. www.artsgarage.org 561-450-6357 SATURDAY SUNDAY OCTOBER 26 27 Art Show 10am-4:30pm. Old School Square, 51 N. Swinton Ave. Delray Art Leagues rst show of the season. Free admission. www.delrayartleague.com MONDAY OCTOBER 28 Susan Boyer signs Lowcountry Bombshell AT 7:00pm at Murder on the Beach Mystery Bookstore, 273 NE 2nd Avenue. www.murderonthebeach.com 561-279-7790 MONDAYS OCTOBER 28, NOV. 4, 18, 25 Lifelong Learning Community Institute Course |Moral Dilemmas of the 21st Century 10:30am-12noon. Fees and course description online at www.delraylibrary.org Lifelong Learning Community Institute Course |Nova Southeastern Museum Art Series 10:30am-12noon. Fees and course description online at www.delraylibrary.org WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 30 Halloween Party with Your Favorite Authors 7-9pm. Heidi Anderson, Miriam Auerbach, Traci Hall, Vicki Landis, Marcia KingGamble, Kathy Pickering, Mary Ricksen, Deborah Sharp, Joanna Campbel Slan, Cynthia Thomason, Kristen Wall at Murder on the Beach Mystery Bookstore, 273 NE 2nd Avenue. www.murderonthebeach.com 561-279-7790 WEDNESDAYS OCT. 30, NOV. 6, 13, 20 Lifelong Learning Community Institute Course |Frederic Chopin: Poet of the Piano 2-3:30pm. Fees and course description online at www.delraylibrary.org THURSDAYS OCT. 31, NOV. 7, 14, 21 31, Nov 7, 14, 21 Lifelong Learning Community Institute Course |The Four Greatest Republican Presidents: Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Eisenhower & Reagan2-3:30pm. Fees and course description online at www.delraylibrary.org SATURDAY SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2 -3 Dr. Craig Browns Wholistic Health and Longevity Conference: The 21st Century Survival Kit Series. Learn how to build your immune system and take away the pain of aging with our 12-step program at Old School Square, 51 N. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach. Tickets at www.drcraigbrown.com/events 1-888-490-9898 events calendar FALL SEASON 2013 GAME SCHEDULE October 5 Mandatory Buddy Training 2:00pm Players Register 1 inning games 2:30pm Game 1: Tigers vs.Yankees 3:00pm Game 2: Red Sox vs. Marlins 3:30pm October 12 Picture Day Game 1: Marlins vs. Yankees 3:00pm Game 2: Red Sox vs. Tigers 4:30pm October 19 Makeup Picture Day & Team Photos Game 1: Marlins vs. Red Sox 3:00pm Game 2: Yankees vs. Tigers 4:30pm October 26 Game 1: Tigers vs. Red Sox 3:00pm Game 2: Yankees vs. Marlins 4:30pm November 2 Game 1: Yankees vs. Tigers 3:00pm Game 2: Red Sox vs. Marlins 4:30pm November 9 Game 1: Red Sox vs. Yankees 3:00pm Game 2: Tigers vs. Marlins 4:30pm November 16 Game 1: Marlins vs. Yankees 3:00pm Game 2: Red Sox vs. Tigers 4:30pm November 23 Closing Ceremonies Game 1: Marlins vs. Yankees 3:00pm Game 2: Red Sox vs. Tigers 4:30pm Delray Beach Elks Club Marlins Delray Beach Fire Department Red Sox Lynn University Yankees Delray Beach Rotary Tigers Angels in the Outeld Mitchell Lueken FOR MORE INFO Jeff and Julia Kadel, (561) 414-4441 or email coachkadel@aol.com Call 561-299-1430 to advertise today! 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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com Oc tober 2013 37 ARTISTS ALLEYOPEN STUDIOS & GALLERIES THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17 6-9PMAll 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. FOR MORE INFO Call Vincent Cacace 561-276-1177 or 561-523-5300 YOURSELF Google If your competition is showing up before you do, they are probably using us. Wednesday, October 2, 9, 16, 23, & 30 @ 11:30 a.m. Socrates Caf Weekly discussion group presented by Claire Drattell &, Don Clare Thursday, October 3 from 11:00 a.m. 1:30 p.m. Girls, Pearls, Hats & Heels presented at the Quail Ridge Country Club Tickets: $45 For reservations, call 561-266-0799 Thursday, October 3 @ 11:30 a.m. Lunch With Liz @ the Library Would YOU Rather Be right or Happy? based on the insights of Ed McMahon presented by media personality & columnist Liz Sterling Thursday, October 3, 10, 17, 24 & 31 from 1:00 4:30 p.m. Empowerment Zone presented by the Reference Department Saturday, October 5, 12, 19 & 26 @ 10:00 a.m. The Writers Studio Every Saturday morning Contact Howard Gleichenhaus 561-638-7251 Monday, October 7, 14, 21 & 28 from 1:00 4:30 p.m. Empowerment Zone presented by the Reference Dept. Monday, October 7 @ 2:00 p.m. Science Series Einstein, Hawking & An Integrated Theory of Everything presented by Antonio Colella Monday, October 7, 14, 21 & 28 @ 5:15 p.m. Got Gaming? presented by Young Adult Librarian Loanis Menendez-Cuesta Tuesday, October 8 @ 6:00 p.m. Evening Book Group My Year of Meats by Ruth L.Ozeki presented by rotating book group leaders Thursday, October 10 & 24 @ 10:30 a.m. Craft Series Knit N Purl presented by rotating facilitators Monday, October 14 & 28 @ 10:00 a.m. Craft Series Quilting Bee presented by Karen Pugh & Linda Bouvier Wednesday, October 16 @ 2:00 p.m. Music Series The Theater It Lives Today presented by George Feirstein Tuesday, October 22 @ 3:00 p.m. Healthy Living Series Minimally Invasive Knee Surgery presented by Delray Medical Center, Dr. Robert Zann. Wednesday, October 23 @ 2:00 p.m. Healthy Living Series Preserving Your Brain As You Age presented by Dr. John Conde Saturday, October 26 from 8:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m. Food Symposium Food Glorious Food: Healthy, Local & Delicious Monday, October 28, November 4, 18 & 25 from 10:30 a.m. 12 Noon Lifelong Learning Community Institute Course Moral Dilemmas of the 21st Century See course brochure for listings and fees Monday, October 28 @ 1:00 p.m. Afternoon Book Group I Am Forbidden by Anouk Markovits presented by Librarian Kathleen Hensman Monday, October 28, November 4, & 25 from 2:00 3:30 p.m. Lifelong Learning Community Institute Course Nova Southeastern Museum Art Series See course brochure for listings and fees Wednesday, October 30, November 6, 13, & 20 from 2:00 3:30 p.m. Lifelong Learning Community Institute Course Frederic Chopin: Poet of the PianoSee course brochure for listings and fees Wednesday, October 30 @ 6:30 p.m. Floridas Amazing History presented by Eliot Kleinberg Thursday, October 31, November 7, 14, & 21 from 2:00 3:30 p.m. Lifelong Learning Community Institute Course The Four Greatest Republican Presidents: Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Eisenhower & Reagan See course brochure for listings and fees ART EXHIBITS Through October 12 Bonnet House Fine Artists Oct. 12 Nov. 23 Florida Paintings Faith Copeland & Political Cartoons Chan Lowe FREE COMPUTER WORKSHOPS Registration Required call 561-266-0196 Tuesday, October 1st, Beginning Computers 2pm Wednesday, October 2nd, Internet 2pm Tuesday, October 8th, Email 2pm Wednesday, October 9th, Word 2pm Tuesday, October 15th, Internet 2pm Wednesday, October 16th, Email 2pm Tuesday, October 22nd, Excel 2pm Wednesday, October 23rd, Facebook 2pm Sign up @ Reference Desk Classes meet in 2nd oor Technology Centerlibrary calendarCALENDAR OF EVENTS OCTOBER 2013 The West Boca Leaders networking group meets every other Wednesday from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the South County Library, 18685 State Road 7, Boca Raton. Cost is $60 per quarter. Visit www.westbocaleaders.com for information. EXHIBITSOctober 1-12 Bonnet House Fine Artists Collection. Delray Beach Public Library. 100 E Atlantic Ave. mixed media art work reecting the views of any part of the landmark Fort Lauderdale property www.delraylibrary.org 561-266-0194 Through November 2 September/October 2013 Artists Guild Gallery Juried Art Exhibition; ne art paintings, sculptures, and photography created by Guild members. The Artists Guild Gallery is located at 512 East Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach. For more information contact the Artists Guild Gallery at 561.278.7877 or visit our website www.bocaguild.com. Free and open to the public. Through November 3 School of Creative Arts Showcase Delray Beach Center for the Arts, Crest Theatre Galleries. 51 N Swinton Ave. Multi-media exhibit showcasing drawings, paintings, collage, mixed media, photography by students and instructors. www.DelrayCenterForTheArts.org 561-243-7922 Through November 21Artists Vicki Siegel and Bonnie Shapiro present Time and Place a two person exhibition of paintings and artworks at the Highland Beach Library Gallery. The exhibit runs from September 27th through November 21st, 2013. The opening reception will be Friday, September 27 4:30-6:30pm, with refreshments provided by the Friends of the Library. The opening and exhibit is free and open to the public. The Highland Beach Library is located at 3618 South Ocean Blvd., Highland Beach, FL. For more information call the library at 561 278-5455. October 1 January 11 Touch of Gold: Lacquerware Boxes and the Paintings of Elaine Ehrenkranz. Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens, 4000 Morikami Park Road. Japanese lacquerware boxes ranging in date from the 15thto the mid-19th centuries and paintings inspired by these boxes. www.morikami.org 561-495-0233 October 8 February 23 Breaking Boundaries: Contemporary Street Fashion in Japan: Popular and imaginative clothing styles made and worn on the streets of Japan today. Contemporary Kogei Styles in Japan: Nearly 90 contemporary arts and crafts or kogei-style works comprising ceramics, textiles, lacquerware, dolls, and works of metal, wood, bamboo, and glass. Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens, 4000 Morikami Park Rd. www.morikami.org 561-495-0233 October 10 February 2 Elvis: Grace & Grit. Delray Beach Center for the Arts/Cornell Museum of Art & American Culture. Old School Square, 51 N. Swinton Ave. $8 general admission; $6 senior & students; free 10 years and younger. Palm Beach County residents free admission every Thursday. www.DelrayCenterForTheArts.org 561-243-7922 October 10 February 2 Flashback: A Retro Look at the s and s. Delray Beach Center for the Arts/Cornell Museum of Art & American Culture. Old School Square, 51 N. Swinton Ave. $8 general admission; $6 senior & students; free 10 years and younger. Palm Beach County residents free admission every Thursday. www.DelrayCenterForTheArts.org 561-243-7922 October 12 November 23 Florida Paintings/Faith Copeland & Political Cartoons/Chan Lowe. Delray Beach Public Library. 100 E Atlantic Ave. www.delraylibrary.org 561-266-0194 Brain Games WHAT: National Association of Professional Women of Palm Beach Brain Games fundraiser for Alzheimers Association at Grand Villa Delray West WHEN: Thursday, October 17, 4:30-7:30PM WHERE: The NAPWs Brain Games fundraiser will be held on Thursday, October 17, 4:30-7:30PM at Grand Villa Delray West, 859 Heritage Park Way, Delray Beach, FL 33484 promises to be a fun mix of brain twisters, mind game competitions for great prizes, fabulous food and libations and mingle with the Woman that Make Things Happen and their salute to Alzheimers Association in Keeping the Memories Alive. 561-266-4642. Contact Nancy Boyle at 561-352-1697/nancyb42@yahoo.com WHO: National Association of Professional Women, Boca and Palm Beach Chapters and co-sponsored by Nautilus Senior Home Care and Grand Villa Delray West to benet the Alzheimer Association SE Florida.

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38 October 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple destinations FORT LAUDERDALE, FL For the 54th year, the Yachting Capital of the World will host the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS), the largest in-water boat show in the world, from October 31November 4, 2013. Attracting an international audience of hundreds of thousands of marine enthusiasts, the show covers six locations with more than 3 million square feet of space. From astonishing superyachts to shing boats, runabouts and boats for every budget, the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show delivers the excitement of boating, for any lifestyle. Here are the Top 10 things to see and do at this years show: 1. Fireworks enjoy a spectacular reworks display launched from the rooftop of the Bahia Mar Fort Lauderdale Beach a Doubletree by Hilton Hotel on Thursday, opening night of the show at 7 p.m. 2. Tour the amazing exhibitor displays As the leader in the global marine industry, FLIBS, creates custom-made, in-water exhibitor displays ranging from 400 to 10,000 square feet of temporary oating structures for display, sales and entertainment. 3. New to the show this year, The Club at Seafair, a unique 228-foot exhibition megayacht, will offer ne art, jewelry, and design for yacht and home in a luxurious club-like atmosphere, including a 120 seat restaurant and cocktail lounges with panoramic views of the boat show. 4. The new Sailsh Pavilion is more than 90,000 square feet of additional space located outside the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center featuring boats ranging from 15 to 40 feet and an extraordinary selection of marine accessories, including the new Florida Sportsman pond with daily shing demonstrations and the new LandShark Bar with a grilled food menu. 5. Check out the yacht toys SEABOB underwater scooters; Quadski amphibious ATVs; JetLev (ying jet packs); JetSurf and WaveJet (motorized surfboards); Sealegs (amphibious boat) 6. Enjoy refreshments and cocktails on one of the shows world-famous oating cocktail lounges, including Guzzlers presented by Budweiser, the Superyacht Lounge presented by Palm Harbor Marina and the Goslings Rum Dark & Stormy Island Bar. Enjoy live musical entertainment, kick back and relax 7. Learn from top pros from the International Game Fish Associations School of Sportshing and The Blue Wild at one of the free shing and boating seminars at the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center and enjoy workshops for adults and children of all ages, including Hook The Future kids shing clinics. 8. See everything the marine industry has to offer with similar products and boats conveniently grouped in categories such as high performance and sportshing. CruiserPort features the worlds best selection of long range cruisers and related seminars. The Superyacht Experience features the worlds largest collection of superyacht builders of yachts over 40 meters. 9. Go by boat. Enjoy the Citys waterways with a free riverboat ride down the New River to the show from Downtown Fort Lauderdales Riverfront complex. Attendees can also ride the Water Taxi for $10 per day to any of the shows six locations while touring Fort Lauderdale from the water. Boat show headquarters are at the Bahia Mar Hotel & Yachting Center, with additional exhibits at the Hall of Fame Marina, Las Olas Municipal Marina, Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina, Sails Marina, and the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center. 10. Go shopping for every marine accessory and gift in one of the shows six clearspan tents ranging in size from 20,000 to 70,000 square feet of air conditioned comfort. WHEN: Thursday, Oct. 31 (Prime Time Preview) 10 a.m. 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1 10 a.m. 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2 10 a.m. 7 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3 10 a.m. 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 4 10 a.m. 5 p.m. ADMISSION: Adults $20 online, $22 at show Children (ages 6-15) $5 online, $7 at show Children (under 6) Free Prime Time Preview (Thursday, Oct. 31) $36 online, $38 at show Two-Day Ticket $38 online, $40 at show MORE INFORMATION: Like the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show on Facebook at facebook.com/ fortlauderdaleboatshow, follow the show on Twitter at twitter.com/boatshowupdates, and tune into Boat Show TV at youtube.com/ showmanagement. For more information, call (954) 764-7642 or (800) 940-7642, or visit ShowManagement.com.Top 10 things to see and do at the 54th Annual Fort Lauderdale Intl Boat ShowScience can be fun especially when you are 21! Come join the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium for the 3rd annual Science of Beer & Wine event and learn all about the chemical reactions responsible for making these delicious concoctions. The evening will include food, music, giveaways, trivia and special demonstrations including a liquid nitrogen beer ice cream demonstration. Established local brewers including Brewzzi and PRP Wine will guide guests through the beer and wine making process, while offering samples, of course. Additionally, this is the perfect after-hours venue to experience all of the new exhibits the Science Center has to offer including the new aquarium, Science on a Sphere and the latest traveling exhibit Savage Ancient Seas. Guests will be able to sample bites and brews from the following participants: Bistro Ten Zero One, Leila Restaurant, Mojito Latin Cuisine and Pampas Grille. Sponsors of the event include Brewzzi, Due South Brewing Company, Guanabanas, Lagerhead Brewing Co., PRP Wine International, and South Florida Science Center and Aquarium, with media sponsor SeaView Radio. WHAT: Science of Beer & Wine WHEN: Thursday, October 10, 2013 from 6pm-9pm WHERE: South Florida Science Center and Aquarium (formerly the South Florida Science Museum) 4801 Dreher Trail North, West Palm Beach HOW MUCH: Advance Tickets: $15 members; $20 nonmembers. Day of event: $15 members; $30 nonmembers GENERAL INFO: For more information about the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium, or the Science of Beer & Wine event, please call Kristina Holt at 561-3707740 or visit www.sfsciencecenter.org. Like the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium on Facebook and follow them on Twitter @SFScienceCenter.The science of beer and wine 5111 Lantana Road in Lake Worth Just west of Military Trail on Lantana Road 561.967.6464 www.americangermanclub.org Halloween in the HammockSaturday, October 19 at Gumbo Limbo Spooky stroll through the north trails, what will you nd? Spiders...butteries... snakes on your mind? Maybe pirates, wizards, a grim reaper or twodont fret, its all in fun, and your guide wont leave you! Save a species, thats the planIF you are brave enough, you can! Join us for an hour-long nighttime nature walk (new route this year!) with ghostly guides and ghouls. Bring your camera for a Luna, the Sea Turtle Ambassador Photo Op! Ages 6-adult. An adult must sign up and participate with children under 18. Costumes welcome (no swords, sabers, or other pointy accessories, please). We recommend you bring bug spray. When you register, you will be asked to sign up for a specic time (6:30, 7:00, 7:30, 8:00, 8:30). Advanced Reservations and payment by October 18 by 4 PM: ( Member $9, Non-member $12 ( ( October 19 reservations and walk-ins (space not guaranteed): $17 per person ( Call 561-544-8615 to register. Gumbo Limbo Nature Center 1801 N Ocean Blvd, Boca Raton 561-544-8605 gumbolimbo.org

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com Oc tober 2013 39 destinations A season of downtown adventures and fun-lled tours of Lake Worths unique venuesLAKE WORTH, FL Lake Worth is a city of uniquely individual neighborhood associations and a wonderfully retro downtown, a throwback to the olden days of Florida. The 100th Anniversary of Lake Worth has inspired a series of quirky tours designed to integrate the busloads of participants into the special fabric of the town. These tours are organized by The Downtown Merchants Club, Lake Worths Downtown merchant association. The tours feature the shops and cultural facilities of Lake Worth. All tours include a lunch or dinner at one of Lake Worths extraordinary restaurants. All tours are being coordinated by Betting Just Your Style for LULA and the DCA. Individuals and groups may join the fun by contacting Barbara at 800-838-5931. You must have a ticket and reservations to participate. Saturday, October 19, 2013: A Spirit Filled Adventure October is the grand opening of the J Street Village, a wonderful street in Lake Worth undergoing a complete make-over and transformation. It is also the month of Halloween. All of our street corners will be decorated by the many neighborhood associations that make up the city. Each will be vying for best Halloween Design. Expect extraordinary exhibits of terror and ghoulishness to greet you on every corner. The tour starts on J Street and then visits all of the Haunted Lake Worth buildings. No Tricks, Only Treats. Dress in costumeall participants will receive a mask and a special smoking beverage. Trick and Treat bags for everyone for collecting your special treats from participating merchants. Refreshments served at each stop. Thursday, November 14, 2013: Mystery, Magic & Gypsies Wear your golden earrings and see what the future has in store for you. Fortune Tellers will be stationed throughout town offering free, 10 minute readings exclusively for those with reservations. This event includes a visit to the Lake Worth Playhouse for a behind-the-scenes tour. Transform your appearance as Lake Worths specialty shops accessorize you at each stop enroute. The Bees Knees, the Sunower Room and Trinkets and Treasures have special surprises in store for you. Make sure you drop in to see them along the way. Friday, December 13, 2013: The Victorian Tea Step back in time on this old fashioned Victorian Stroll. Wear your favorite chapeau and dress-up for the costume contest. Afternoon Tea is served in a delightful patio setting at the South Shores Tavern including Victorian nger sandwiches, mini pastries, special desserts and an unusual selection of teas. Costumed hostesses will present a playlet set in 1859 as they interact with the audience and tell about the history and some of the secrets about the language of fans and umbrellas. The shops throughout town will take special note of your attire and vote accordingly. Win the grand prize for the best hat in the Victorian Stroll. Visit the new garden in town, a hideaway at Trinkets and Treasures, decorated in the Victorian theme for this event. Thursday, January 9. 2014: Paint Yourself Fun Dress in white clothes for this tour or an oversized T-Shirt. Artists will be stationed throughout town to Paint You as you stroll by. You will become their living canvass and go home with a one-of-akind wearable work of art. Starting with the artists at the Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery on J Street, follow you map to each of the art galleries and design venues throughout Lake Worth. Special prizes and refreshments will greet you at the many locations as you become a walking and talking original work of art. Appropriately, lunch will be served at La Bonne Bouche, Lake Worths version of an arty French left bank restaurant. Saturday, February 1, 2014: Champagne & Chocolates Bring your favorite Valentine! Indulge in Champagne and Chocolates in all of our shops along route. Toast your friends and special someone at the South Shores Tavern with a special menu and luscious dessert. Remember your Valentine with a unique gift from one of the many galleries and shops in Downtown Lake Worth. Lake Worth is a one of a kind town with one of a kind nds to t every pocketbook. Special surprises planned throughout town. This is a wonderful start for the Month of Love. Chocohalics Unite! With a bit of the bubbly too! The Downtown Merchants Club is a non-prot association of Lake Worth Merchants, working together to bring activity and vibrancy to the streets and side streets of downtown Lake Worth. For additional information contact: Joyce Brown at 215205-9441 or JClay6@aol.com.THE DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS CLUB OF LAKE WORTH PRESENTS . Rocktober Brewfest October 5-6 in Lake Worths Bryant ParkLake Worth is known for its funky, eclectic vibe! This October, the Central Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce is going to kick into high funky 90s vibe with two great national acts from the 90s taking the stage at Lake Worths own Bryant Park! Headlining Saturday are the boys from Southern California, Eve 6. Eve 6 are most well known for their monster hit singles Inside Out and Heres to the Night and Think Twice. Go You Tube Eve 6, youll know their songs! Topping the bill on Sunday is Tonic! Tonic topped the charts with If You Could Only See CLICK for video and Open Up Your Eyes. In addition to the great music, Rocktober BrewFest features a wide variety of great craft beers, arts & crafts and food vendors. Check out our website and Facebook page at www.lwbrewfest.com and www.facebook. com/LakeWorthRocktoberBrewfest O n Saturday, October 26th and Sunday, October 27th Downtown Boynton Beach will be painted red and black and completely transformed into a lively pirate village packed with fun-lled activities and entertainment for people of all ages. The Boynton Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) proudly announces the arrival of the 2 Haunted Pirate Fest on Saturday, October 26th and Sunday, October 27th in Downtown Boynton Beach. The free two-day fest will be located along E. Ocean Avenue between Seacrest Blvd. and NE 1st Street, and held from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM each day. During the fest 129 E. Ocean Avenue will be transformed to Hobbs Cove, a bustling old world port brimming with supernatural superstitions of the pirate era where pirates roam free to pillage and plunder. This lively pirate village will feature 3 stages of continuous live music, childrens activities, pirate reenactments and pirate stunt shows. The Haunted Pirate Fest drew thousands of people of all ages to Downtown Boynton Beach last year to enjoy a variety of swashbuckling adventures. On Saturday, October 26th the swashbuckling fun doesnt stop at 5:00 PM. The festivities continue with the Fests rst ever community led Mermaid Splash Parade, an enchanting walk that will allow participants to encounter magical mermaids. The parade begins at 5:00 PM on 129 E. Ocean Avenue, next to the Schoolhouse Childrens Museum, travels to the Marina and then back to Ocean Avenue. Event stages will be setup at 640 Ocean Ave. (Ocean Plaza), 400 Ocean Ave., and the Boynton Harbor Marina. Local restaurants will be setup under tents along Ocean Avenue for participants to enjoy food ranging from a quick bite to a full meal. The CRA invites everyone to join in on the community fun. Additional activity highlights include: The interactive pirate ship Avenger Magicians, Fairies and the Wheel Walker Pirate reenactments and Captain Jack Sparrow with his crew of over 70 buccaneers. A Spooktacular Haunted House presented by the Schoolhouse Childrens Museum The Black Sparrow Pirates ship located at the Boynton Harbor Marina Kids costume parade and pirate ceremony at noon Please visit www.catchboynton.com for a list of the scheduled events for the piratethemed weekend.Mermaid Splash to Make Waves at Downtown Boynton Beach 2nd Annual Haunted Pirates FestOn Saturday, October 26th the Boynton Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) will be extending the hours of its signature Haunted Pirate Fest event with an evening event to include local businesses. Mermaid Splash will feature an array of family activities, entertainment and local artists selling original one of a kind art. This year, the Haunted Pirate Fest will be expanding its horizons on Saturday, October 26th with the rst ever Mermaid Splash. To kick off Mermaid Splash, event goers will participate in a free walking parade starting at 5:00 PM at 129 E. Ocean Avenue, next to the Schoolhouse Childrens Museum. Participants will travel to the Boynton Harbor Marina and then back to Ocean Avenue and get an opportunity to encounter live mermaids and much more. Mermaid Splash takes place at 3 locations: 400 Ocean Ave., 640 Ocean Ave. (Ocean Plaza) and the Boynton Harbor Marina and includes the following activities: Two stages of continuous live music throughout the evening located at 4th & Ocean and 640 Ocean Ave. (Ocean Plaza) Local artists selling one of a kind art at 640 Ocean Ave. (Ocean Plaza) and 400 Ocean Ave. Incredible food options ranging from a quick bite to a full meal will be available from local restaurants in tents along Ocean Avenue. A craft table sponsored by Resource Depot where children can make their own pirate or mermaid. The Black Sparrow Pirates ship will be located at the Boynton Harbor Marina with pirate reenactments. Live mermaids in a tank and a Mermaid Pageant. The Boynton Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) encourages everyone attending to participate in the pirate/ mermaid, nostalgic maritime theme to make this event Boynton Beachs signature event of the year. Last year over 5,000 people came out to enjoy the Haunted Pirate Fest festivities. This year the CRA hopes the extended hours of Mermaid Splash will benet the business community of East Boynton Beach. More about Boynton Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA): The Boynton Beach CRA is committed to serving the community by guiding redevelopment activities and stimulating economic growth within its 1,650-acre district. The CRA focuses on creating a vibrant downtown core, providing affordable housing, and revitalizing neighborhoods. For more information on the CRA, its programs, projects and free special events, call (561) 737-3256, or visit www. catchboynton.com.

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com Oc tober 2013 41 Hi, my name is Big Joe Stout and I am the host of Food Woofers, the head to head smack down of chow down only on the food beat.com. We visit Delray Beach restaurants that have a knack for signicant portions of amazing food and pit two contestants (woofers) to see who can nish rst. The winner claims fame, cash, and a full belly. Today we go west on Atlantic to an amazingly popular Italian haunt called Brick Oven Pizzeria. The pizza is fabulous, but once you dig in a little deeper, youll realize there is a lot more to BOP than bricks and mozzarella. Owner/Partner Gennaro Illiano married into the locally famous Mama Mia empire, an Italian restaurant enterprise with four locations. From Delray Beach to St Augustine (where Gennaro met his bride to be) the focus is fresh, made from scratch, and consistency that never backs down from quality. And Gennaro brings years of restaurant experience to the proverbial table. Young G began his cooking career at the age of nine when living in Italy, and has been cooking professionally since the age of 14. The rst thing you notice when you walk into BOP is the oven. It is indeed a brick oven, and a real one at that. Unlike others who lay claim to brick oven baking, BOPs brick oven has no synthetic cement and the pies actually cook right on the brick. This process allows the pies to cook in about eight minutes, which not only means you are biting into pizza ecstasy sooner, it also allows for a crispier crust and an overall fresher tasting pie. But perhaps whats more important is what takes place before the amazing variety of pizzas go in the oven. Brick Oven Pizzeria is all about making the very best, and that begins with quality ingredients that are freshly prepared. This includes making their own sauce, preparing fresh dough daily, roasting and sauting fresh vegetables, and following family guarded recipes with relentless diligence. This devotion to providing every customer with value that exceeds expectations is passed on to all dishes. Veal, Eggplant and Chicken Parmigiana, Chicken Marsala, Ravioli, freshly made soups, and every made to order Italian favorite on your list. And did I mention free dessert comes with all dinner entrees? It does! If you are really hungry and have a serious hankering for seafood, then the Seafood ala Mama will interest you...clams, scallops, and shrimp on a steaming mountain of fresh pasta. Brick Oven is open seven days a week and serves slices of pizza during lunch and the full menu is available all day and night. You can quench your feverish thirst with ice cold beer and wine, and all items are available for takeout. Now...lets talk woong. Our new episode of Food Woofers sponsored by Price Flooring will be lmed on Saturday, October 5th at 2:00 PM at Brick Oven Pizzeria. Our woofers will be feasting on the dish known as The Tour of Italy. This behemoth offering includes Lasagna, Eggplant Parmigiana, Chicken Parmigiana, Ravioli, Sausage, Meatballs and Baked Ziti. A dinner for two that will be woofed by one. If you dare to be a contestant, let us know by e-mailing timetoeat@thefoodbeat.com. If you just want to experience the amazing consumption competition that is all Delray Beach and known more commonly as Food Woofers, stop on by. Time to hit the bricks. You can visit Brick Oven Pizzeria at www. thefoodbeat.com or at: Brick Oven Pizzeria W. Atlantic Avenue Delray Beach, FL 33484 561-496-5300 www.brickovendelray.com Brick Oven Pizzeria of Delray Beach Third Annual Food Symposium Avocado season has begun in Florida!Avocados contain vitamin E, folate, monounsaturated fats, and glutathione that are great for your heart. One cup of avocado has 23% of the recommended daily value of folate. Avocados are the best fruit source of vitamin E, an essential vitamin that protects against many diseases and helps maintains overall health. The beta-sitosterol found in avocados is a compound that has been shown to lower cholesterol levels. Avocados are also an excellent source of glutathione, an important antioxidant that researchers say is important in preventing aging and cancer. Natures Way Caf offers several menu items which include avocado, but it can be added to anything upon request. They strive to provide the ripest, best tasting avocados daily. Try this tasty smoothie recipe that even children will love. 6 ounces of cold water or juice 1/4 ripe Florida avocado cucumber cubed 3 strawberries ripe banana Add your choice of liquid, strawberries and banana to a blender or food processor and blend until thoroughly mixed. Then add the avocado and cucumber and blend until creamy. The texture of the avocado will give the smoothie a creaminess that will have the kids asking for seconds! Natures Way Caf 20 W. Atlantic Ave. Suite 103 in Delray Beach www.natureswaycafe.com The Delray Beach Librarys Lifelong Learning Community Institute kicks off its Fall 2013 semester with an exciting Symposium on food on Saturday, October 26, 2013 at the Delray Beach Public Library. For the third year in a row, the Library will present this stimulating day about food and this years event is called: Food, Glorious Food: Healthy, Local & Delicious! Attendees will take an in-depth look at food from many different perspectives. This year the Symposium will feature panel discussions on: Grow Local On the Farm & At Home Panel featuring Aldermans Farms, Green Cay Produce, Heritage Hen Farm & Pure Organics Foodpreneurs Panel featuring Eat the Truth, Feverish Gourmet Pops, Nipotes Desserts & The Food Beat From Farm to Table Chefs Panel featuring Chefs from Maxs Harvest, Sundy House, Green Gourmet /The Farmers Table and Publix Aprons Cooking School Participants will also enjoy a cooking demonstration on: Breakfast: The Healthy Start to the Day provided by Chef Rey De La Osa. The Moderator for the day will be Ann Bocock, Journalist and Moderator & Host of WXEL Florida Forum. Breakfast will be provided by Publix & Publix Aprons Cooking School and the day will also include Lunch-by-the-bite Food Tasting Tables provided by Aldermans Farm, Caff Luna Rosa, DIG, Farmer Jay Pure Organics, The Farmers Table, Feverish Gourmet Pops, Jimmys Bistro, Maxs Harvest, Nipotes Desserts, Sundy House and Ziree Thai & Sushi. You wont to miss this fantastic day! Cost for the entire day is only $30 per person and pre-registration is required. Guests earn points and money back at all Rapoports Restaurant Group eateriesBOCA RATON, FL Rapoports Restaurant Group, South Palm Beach Countys largest independent restaurant group, rolled out a restaurant-wide loyalty program for patrons this past July. The free, no obligation membership program, Rapoports Rewards, enables members a host of unique monthly perks and dining rewards, interchangeable at ve of Rapoports eateries including Henrys, Bogarts Bar & Grille, Deck 84, E & Js Sandwich Shop and Burt & Maxs. Guests earn points for every dollar spent and earn monies back on their card that can be applied towards future dining visits. We designed Rapoports Rewards to be simple and user friendly. We sought to create a program that would reward customers and new guests for their loyal patronage, and one that would not only reward our guest but also make them aware of all our unique restaurants, explains Burt Rapoport, President of Rapoports Restaurant Group. Rapoports Rewards gives our guests an extra incentive to visit all the other locations and enjoy them as well. Membership with Rapoports Rewards is free. To become a member, visit any Rapoports Restaurant Group location to receive your Preferred Member card. Members can start accumulating points that same day. For every dollar spent, one dining point will be earned. Members will receive $30 on their cards automatically after every 500 points earned. As an introductory offer, guests only need 300 points to receive $30 back, valid until October 31, 2013. Members can activate their cards online at RapoportsRG.com/Rewards or at one of the kiosks in participating restaurants. Additional perks will include $25 birthday bonuses, monthly double point offers, and exclusive dining deals. Rapoports Restaurant Group, who operates more dining seats than any other restaurant group in South Palm Beach County, approximately 960 seats, plans to make the most of this potential customer base. Rapoports Restaurant Group launched their rst rewards program at Henrys in June 2009. At the end of 2012, the program had accumulated over 11,000 members. All Henrys loyalty members and their points will now be transferred to the new program at their next visit. For more information visit RapoportsRG.com/Rewards. RAPOPORTS RESTAURANT GROUP ROLLS OUT UNIFIED LOYALTY PROGRAM, RAPOPORTS REWARDS Our Native Sea GrapeOh those purple berries! They are everywhere this time of year, but what are they? The Sea Grape (Coccoloba uvifera also known as Uva de Playa in Spanish) is native to South Florida and bears grapelike fruit in bunches. It is said that the Sea Grape was the rst plant encountered by Christopher Columbus when he discovered America. Exposed to the high winds of the beach, the plant grows sturdy and wide to embrace harsh conditions. Grown in a more sheltered location, the Sea Grape grows as a tree and can reach massive heights. Unlike grapes, the fruit ripens a few at a time and must be shaken or picked from the stem. I remember as a child growing up here putting a towel on the ground or holding my shirt out and shaking the tree to dislodge the ripe grapes and snacking on them September October. The skin is a bit tough and purple, which covers a thin, peach-like pulp and large seed. The best thing to do with these berries is make Jam. Heres a recipe given to me by my mother. Highly coveted by native Floridians, it makes a special gift! Youll need: 1. Sea Grapes, of course. 2. Two lemons or limes (Key Limes are the best!) 3. Pectin 4. 5 cups of sugar Wash and then boil your Sea Grapes in a ratio of 2 cups Sea Grapes to one cup water. Use as many cups of Sea Grapes as you can. Crush the Sea Grapes as they boil for 25-30 minutes, until they are soft. Drain the juice through a jelly bag into a container. Please dont squeeze! Pour the juice into a pot and stir in the juice of your lemons or limes with a wooden spoon, and then add your pectin. Bring the mixture to a rolling boil and add your sugar. Let it return to a boil and let it remain boiling for one minute, always stirring. After removing from heat, skim foam if necessary. Pour into sterilized jars while leaving a quarter inch room at the top of the jar. Sterilize the jars in a 5 minute boil bath. Enjoy! coastalcookdelray@yahoo.com

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42 October 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple SPIRITED EXPERIENCES! Executive Chef Blake Malatesta of 50 Ocean in Delray Beach has created an exciting lineup of Pairing Dinners, which feature ve courses of inspired, cant-miss menu selections designed to enhance the guests appreciation and enjoyment of wine and beer dinner pairings. Pairing Dinners are scheduled from September through December, with Chef Blake and an expert from the selected winery, liquor company, or brewery to guide you through the evening. The art of pairing food and spirits requires certain elements such as texture and avor, and nding the right combination of these elements to make the entire dining experience more enjoyable. The weight, avors, and textures of the food are either contrasted or complemented. Chef Blake is a renowned master of the art. Dinner includes a different spirit with each course. Dinner pricing varies for each Pairing Dinner. Please call for information and reservations at 561-278-3364. Dates for Pairing Dinners: 6 p.m.-9 p.m. October 15 is Cigar City Craft Beer October 29 is Jack Daniels November 19 is Majestic Wines December 10 is Mot Hennessy Complimentary valet parking Reservations required: 561-278-3364 For more information, visit 50ocean.com, social media, or call 561-278-3364. 50 Ocean 50 South Ocean Boulevard A1A in Delray Beach Extraordinary pairing dinners presented by 50 Ocean

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com Oc tober 2013 43 By David DiPino The Pineapple Contributing Writer Local baker Katie Eves, C.P.C., started baking gluten free desserts for her sister Jessica who has Celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder that can cause discomfort and pain within the digestive system brought on from a gluten strain found in wheat. I wanted her to enjoy eating delicious desserts again, Eves, a certied pastry chef said. Family members and friends enjoyed the gluten free pastries with Jessica and soon Chef Katie was getting calls and texts for orders. With a total of seven years in the restaurant business, including a two-year stint as a gelato maker, and a year-and-a-half as the pastry chef in charge of two successful restaurants in Delray Beach and Boca Raton, Chef Katie decided to take the chance on her dream of having her own business. Besides the phone orders from family and friends, she was thinking of a venue to market the idea of her gluten free cookies and cupcakes, pastries, and regular cupcakes, all sweets she bakes with love. Last season, the Delray GreenMarket also took a step in a new direction when they moved from Southeast Fourth Avenue to Old School Square Park located just north of East Atlantic Ave. between 96 NE Second Ave. (entrance to Pineapple Grove) and 51 N. Swinton Ave. (Delray Center for the Arts at Old School Square). The Delray GreenMarket was started in 1996 by the Community Redevelopment Agency who remain its main sponsor as well as the City of Delray Beach. Chef Katie contacted Delray GreenMarket manager Lori Nolan, and began the application process. Once approved, Chef Katie built a small working budget and obtained tables and a commercial white tent, staples of a GreenMarket vendors necessities. During last seasons 17th Annual Delray GreenMarket, pastry Chef Katie debuted her new business Love, KatieKakes. Her new business focused on gluten free and regular sweets. Each Saturday she set-up her tent, lined her table with a pink and white table cloths, and attached clothes-pinned mini chalkboards with the prices. She also placed magnet signs to the tents arms with the prices of the goodies and cupcakes and her pastry goods were showcased nicely in decorated brown wicker baskets. She introduced herself to the community each week, built local clientele and began to receive special orders for parties and events. Most importantly, the Delray GreenMarket gave Chef Katie a chance as a woman entrepreneur. Love, KatieKakes Delray GreenMarket menu regularly included Gluten Free Snickerdoodle Cookies, Gluten Free Chocolate Cookies, Gluten Free Chocolate Cupcakes with Chocolate Crme, Vanilla Cup Cakes with Vanilla Buttercream and Gluten Free Peanut Butter Cupcakes with Peanut Butter Crme. Her regular sweets menu at the GreenMarket included Red Velvet Cupcakes with Marshmallow Buttercream, Carrot Cupcakes with Maple Buttercream, Vanilla Cupcakes with Vanilla Buttercream and Chocolate Cupcakes with Chocolate Butter Crme. Each of Love, KatieKakes gluten free cupcakes come in a white box with a clear window to see the cupcake and tied with pink ribbon, and the regular cupcakes come in pink boxes with a clear window and tied with white ribbon, great for an event or birthday party. Cupcakes are priced at one for $3 or two for $5. At the GreenMarket, Chef Katie has the chance to meet her customers face-toface in a non-rushed atmosphere. At last years Delray GreenMarket, that allowed her to make business relationships with local parents, business owners and event planners, which turned into gluten free special cake orders, cupcake orders and custom dessert orders for her clients. Those orders continued long after the GreenMarket ended, enabling Chef Katie to grow her business year round. This year Chef Katie is ready to try out some new menu items at the 18th Annual Delray GreenMarket, beginning on Saturday, October 19, and continuing through Saturday, May 10. Market hours are each Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Old School Square Park. Im so excited to be at the GreenMarket this year during the Fall Season, which brings many opportunities for themed baking, including the use of pumpkin, one of my favorite ingredients to work with. This is my favorite time of the year so Im excited to try out some new things at the GreenMarket, Chef Katie said. ( Visit the Delray GreenMarket @ Old School Square, located between Swinton Avenue and NE Second Avenue, just north of Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach. For more information call Love, KatieKakes at 561-635-5831, email LoveKatieKakes@gmail.com or visit www.Facebook.com/LoveKatieKakes. OCTOBER Enough with the pumpkin beers! I think every brewery out there is trying to create a pumpkin beer now; it can be overwhelming when trying to make a choice. Here are, without a doubt, my three favorite pumpkin beers: Southern Tier Pumking, Cigar City Good Gourd, and Samuel Adams Fat Jack. All three are unique and equally delicious. Sam Adams has classic pumpkin spices and then a smoky characteristic that sets it apart. Pumking by Southern Tier gives you the pumpkin pie with whip cream and vanilla, packed into a beer. Cigar City is creamy, and easily the most heavily spiced of the three; a must taste in my book. Echelon Vineyards selected as exclusive wine sponsor of 2014 Delray Beach Twilight FestivalDelray Beach, FL RAC Event Productions, LLC announced today that Echelon Vineyards will be the exclusive wine sponsor of the third annual Delray Beach Twilight Festival which takes place on March 22-23, 2014. Spectators will be able to enjoy wines from Echelons California Series at the events new Wine Lounge. When we rst met with Echelon about a possible partnership, we soon realized that we shared similar values, said Chelsea Midlarsky, Event Director for the Delray Beach Twilight Festival. In addition to our mutual afnity with the cycling community, we both believe in giving our customers an unparalleled experience with top quality products. Were proud to feature Echelon at our 2014 Delray Beach Twilight Festival. As a proud supporter of the cycling community, were delighted to be the exclusive wine sponsor of the third annual Delray Beach Twilight Festival, said Kathleen Burns, Marketing Director, Echelon Vineyards. We are excited to participate in this unique event that brings cyclists and the community out to enjoy racing, as well as good food and wine.Katie Eves, C.P.C., a certied pastry chef is bringing gluten free goodies and regular sweets to the Delray Beach for the second straight year. Chef Katie has some new dessert ideas for the Fall Season at the Delray GreenMarket which opens Saturday, October 19, and runs until Saturday, May 10, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. each Saturday at Old School Square Park, 96 NE Second Ave. in Downtown Delray Beach. Gluten free desserts, baked with love by Chef Katie

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