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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com N ovember 2013 1 DELRAY BEACH, FL -Men and women alike are invited to slip on a pair of stilettos and sprint, strut or sashay 75 meters for the 2nd Annual Vince Canning Stiletto Race, beneting the Achievement Centers for Children & Families. Entrants compete in a variety of race categories for the chance to win a themed prize along with the bragging rights. Join the fabulous Stiletto Race in downtown Delray Beach on Thursday, November 21st. Beginning at 6pm, stiletto-donning racers will line SE 4th Avenue as they race their way toward the Atlantic Avenue nish line, and all for a great cause to boot. The Vince Canning Stiletto Race was created by Vince Canning Jr.s niece, and now owner of Vince Canning Shoes, LaRonda Denkler to celebrate the stores 60th year on Atlantic Avenue. Vince Canning spent decades giving to those in need, reaching out to all walks, races and religions. Among his many philanthropic activities, Vince continuously supports the Achievement Centers for Children & Families since its inception. LaRonda Denkler states, This funky community event continues Vinces legacy that still permeates the businesses, neighborhood and hearts that make up our Village by the Sea. For those entrants with a competitive spirit, prizes will be awarded to each category winner including: Womens 75 Meter Dash, Mens 75 Meter Dash, College Competition, 65+ Silver Sneaker, Waiter Race, Relay, Best Shoe, Sexy Strut and Costume Grand Supreme. Anyone with a passion for supporting a local nonprot, with a mission to develop and aid the community, is encouraged to sign upthat means you too men! Racers who dare to run atop their www.PineappleNewspaper.com NOVEMBER 2013 Pineapplethe A FAB AND FUNKY RACE FOR A CAUSE DELRAY BEACH, FL The Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce announces the 2nd Annual Delray Beach Wine & Seafood Festival on November 9th & 10th, 2013. Recently awarded The Best Fun Small Town in America by Rand McNally and USA Today, Delray Beach continues to provide residents and visitors alike a wide variety of award-winning festivals. The 2nd Annual Delray Beach Wine & Seafood Festival builds on the success of last years event by providing an expanded menu of delectable seafood items, more Wine & Food Pairing Seminars and great musical entertainment on the beautiful sun drenched Atlantic Avenue. The FREE event takes place on the East end of Atlantic Avenue (East of the bridge). Join your friends and neighbors and stroll Atlantic Avenue while you enjoy a glass of wine and a selection of delectable such as Lobster Rolls, Creole Platter, Coconut Shrimp Dinner, Fried Clams, Louisiana Lobster Puffs, Conch Ceviche, Gazpacho, Maine Lobster & Lump Crab Fritters, Fish Tacos, Scallops, Crab Cakes, Mussels, and much more! Special features of the event include: 150 exhibitors, Ofcial Merchandise Booth, Live music on two stages sponsored by Stuart & Shelby Development, wine & food pairing seminars, two wine gardens featuring over 20 varieties of wine. New this year: Order your favorite wine and purchase by the case at special pricing! For additional information and detailed outline of schedules, visit www.dbwineandseafood.com2nd Annual Delray Beach Wine & Seafood Festival Continued on page 2 27th Annual Turkey Trot, 5K Run and Health WalkAnchor Park, 340 South Ocean Blvd. November 23 at 7:30 amThe City of Delray Beach Parks and Recreation Department is proud to sponsor the 27th Annual Turkey Trot 5K Run/ Health Walk on Saturday, November 23, 2013. Participants will meet at Anchor Park, 340 South Ocean Blvd, at 7:00 am. Pre-registration is available online (see details below) or register on the day of the race beginning at 6:00 am. All proceeds benet the Keith Straghn Feed the Hungry Thanksgiving Drive for local families in need. In addition, donations of non-perishable food items will be collected at the race to support this worthy cause. The Turkey Trot begins at Anchor Park, continues north on Ocean Blvd/A1A to George Bush Blvd and then returns to Anchor Park. The course is certied by the USA Track and Field Association with computerized results, which will be recorded in the event that a national record is set. Trophies will be awarded for the 5K Run to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners in each of several age divisions, starting with 8 years of age and younger. Trophies will also be awarded to winners in the wheelchair division and the top overall male/female winners. Register online at www.splitsecondtiming.com or contact Danielle Beardsley, City of Delray Beach Parks & Recreation, at (561) 243-7277 or E-mail beardsleyd@mydelraybeach.com. 12-page Special Section in this months Business Section A NEW LOOK FOR WEST ATLANTIC AVENUE On October 24, the CRA Board voted unanimously to award the West Atlantic Redevelopment Project to the Equity Enterprises USA team, which includes Delray-based Currie Sowards Aguila Architects and Randolph & Dewdney Construction. The plan calls for redeveloping three blocks along West Atlantic Avenue with neighborhood-oriented retail, Class A ofce space, and rental housing. Equity Enterprises USA Managing Director John Flynn called it a big win for the West Atlantic community. We look forward to providing local jobs and many other benets as the project gets underway. Existing commercial tenants in the 700 block of West Atlantic will relocate to the mixed-use building shown above, while townhouse-style apartments will provide a graceful transition into the adjacent residential area.Renderings by Currie Sowards Aguila Architects LOOKINSIDE COMMUNITY NEWS section 1 Pineapple Slices . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7 Health and Fitness . . . . . . . . . . .12 BUSINESS/REAL ESTATE section 2 Giving Back: Currie Sowards Aguila . . . . . .17 WINE & SEAFOOD FESTIVAL SPECIAL PULLOUT ARTS/MUSIC/FOOD/ETC. section 3 Arts Garage Schedule Pullout . . . . . . . 39 Events Calendar . . . . . . . . . . 44 Food and Dining . . . . . . . . . . . 48 THE BIG APPLE SPECIAL PULLOUT section 4

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2 November 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple highest heels pay a $25 preregistration entry fee, registration after November 15th is $35 per participant. Proceeds directly support the Achievement Centers efforts to provide a nurturing and educational environment for children and families in our community facing the effects of poverty. The Achievement Centers for Children & Families is a non-prot agency that provides a safe, nurturing environment for children. They meet the academic, social, emotional and physical needs of 700 children who need them most while helping their low-income families attain stability. The Achievement Centers mission is to ensure school readiness, provide skill building opportunities, promote academic achievement and support healthy lifestyles. The affordable, nationally accredited programs allow families to work, increasing their overall stability. The Centers main campus is located at 555 NW 4th Street in Delray Beach and the Village Academy campus is located at 400 SW 12th Avenue. For more information, call (561)266-0003 or visit delraychild.org. For more information on how to enter the race, become a sponsor, or learn about the Achievement Centers for Children & Families visit the website www.delraystilettorace. com or contact Emma-Jane Ramsey, Event & Marketing Manager at (561) 266-0003 or eramsey@accffoundation.org. VINCE CANNING STILETTO RACE continued from page 1 Events will be held at Delray Beach Center for the Arts and are free for all VeteransDELRAY BEACH, FL Miles Coon, Director of the Palm Beach Poetry Festival (PBPF), announced that the nonprot organization would be celebrating Veterans Day 2013 by sponsoring a series of public events with award-winning soldier-poet Brian Turner. These special Veterans Day events will be held at the Delray Beach Center for the Arts. As we prepare for the return of the 10th annual Palm Beach Poetry Festival next January, we can think of no better way to honor all of our active and retired servicemen and women than by presenting Brian Turner, who is both a distinguished poet and a proud American veteran, said Coon. Monday, November 11 3 to 4:30 p.m. The Soldiers Rucksack: A Generative Workshop with Brian Turner Limited to 20 participants, this generative workshop will study common (& uncommon) craft techniques often employed by writers of war literature. Participants will explore different approaches for integrating these techniques into their writing practice. The workshop fee is $25 per person, although it is FREE for veterans. TO RSVP for this workshop, please register with Blaise Allen, Palm Beach Poetry Festivals Director of Community Outreach, at drblaiseallen@aol.com. Monday, November 11 7 to 8:30 p.m. Homecoming: Writing the Wartime Experience: A Screening of this AwardWinning Documentary, Introduced by Brian Turner. FREE to the public. The screening of this lm will be followed by a Poetry Reading by Brian Turner (8:45 to 9:15 p.m.), followed by a Q&A with the audience (9:15 to 9:45 p.m.) FREE to the public. About Brian Turner: Brian Turner is the author of two collections of poetry: Here, Bullet and Phantom Noise. The rst book was a New York Times Editors Choice selection and has won numerous awards (including the 2005 Beatrice Hawley Award and the 2007 Poets Prize). The 2009-2010 Amy Lowell Traveling Poetry Scholar, Turner has also been awarded a 2009 USA Hillcrest Fellowship, an NEA Fellowship, and a Lannan Literary Fellowship. His work has been published in Poetry Daily, The Virginia Quarterly Review, The Georgia Review, and others. He teaches at Sierra Nevada College. Mr. Turner is a United States Army veteran, and was an infantry team leader for a year in the Iraq War, beginning November 2003, with the 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division. In 1999 and 2000 he was with the 10th Mountain Division, deployed in Bosnia and Herzegovina. From his rst-hand experience of combat, and the difculties of returning home, his two books testify to the power of poetry to help people deal with the most difcult of lifes challenges. Palm Beach Poetry Festival celebrates Veterans Day 2013 with award-winning soldier poet Brian Turner Big Apple Shopping Bazaar NOW AT OVER 258 LOCATIONS! NOW DELIVERING TO BOCA RATON, LAKE WORTH & BOYNTON BEACH 1,000 Copies of the ART/MUSIC/ETC. Section now distributed in Boynton Beach and Lake Worth 1,000 Copies of the Business and Real Estate Section now distributed in Boca Raton. Cont Contact Kylee! 561-542-3838kylee@pineapplenewspaper.com Want to advertise inThe Pineapple?

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com N ovember 2013 3 Organic. Cold Pressed. Pure Love. Juice & Smoothie Bar Delray Swim and Tennis Club Pool Open HouseCity launches contest to rename facility The City of Delray Beach Parks and Recreation will celebrate the reopening of the Delray Swim and Tennis Club Pool by hosting an open house at this facility, located at 2350 Jaeger Drive, on Saturday, November 2, 2013, from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm. Pool charges will be waived during this free event. The open house will feature aquatic games, swimming demonstrations, fun activities, lunch and much more. Learn about programs that will be offered at this facility throughout the year. In addition, the Citys Parks and Recreation will sponsor a contest to rename the facility. City residents and City employees are invited to participate in the Delray Beach Swim and Tennis Club Pool Renaming Contest. The winning entry will be decided by our City Commission and announced at an upcoming Commission Meeting. The winner will receive $100 and a family pool pass, good for one year. To enter, download an entry form at www.mydelraybeach.com or pick one up at any of the Citys recreation facilities. Completed entries must be submitted to the Delray Beach Community Center, 50 NW 1st Avenue, Attention: Danielle Beardsley by Monday, December 2, 2013, 5:00 pm. Entry forms will also be available at the November 2nd open house. NOTE: The facility will not be renamed after a service organization or business. Whether you are a non-swimmer, beginner or love to swim, there is something for everyone at Delray Beachs pools! For more information about the open house, contest rules and/or facility, call (561) 243-7250 or visit www.mydelraybeach.com and select Parks and Recreation under Departments. By Paula Detwiller Special to The Pineapple Orange trafc barrels have sprung up along Federal Highway in Delray Beach, signaling the start of a two-year construction project designed to make the corridor more attractive and safer for cars, bikes, and pedestrians. Its a little-known fact that Delray Beach is the only place between West Palm Beach and Miami where Federal Highwayalso known as US-1has three lanes of trafc in both directions. Three lanes tend to make motorists drive faster, which is undesirable for a busy thoroughfare bisecting a relaxed, family-friendly beach town. The Federal Highway Beautication Project will permanently narrow the road to two lanes in each direction between SE 10th Street and George Bush Boulevard (NE 8th Street). Construction crews are currently upgrading water mains along the corridor, working their way from south to north. As the project continues, bicycle lanes will be added along the corridor, along with some new onstreet parking spaces and landscape nodes. The two blocks directly north and south of the Atlantic Avenue intersections will see wider sidewalks with more landscaping and new decorative lighting. Downtown businesses and adjacent residents have been waiting for this beautication, especially those businesses closest to Atlantic Avenue, where the sidewalks are so narrow its difcult to walk with a stroller, said Marjorie Ferrer, Executive Director of the Delray Beach Downtown Development Authority (DDA). The end result will be a more friendly pedestrian walkway, similar to Atlantic Avenue. Delray Beach was contemplating the elimination of a travel lane in each direction as early as 1998, said Diane Colonna, Executive Director of the Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA). After state and county transportation planners determined two lanes were sufcient to accommodate future trafc, the road-narrowing project was incorporated into the Downtown Master Plan, adopted by the City Commission in 2002. But as Delrays population grew in the years that followed, residents became concerned that eliminating a travel lane would create trafc gridlock. For that reason, Colonna said, the city began a temporary trial in 2008, installing thin, upright barriers and crescent-shaped rubber curbing along Federal Highway to block off one travel lane in each direction. If the trial were to negatively impact downtown trafc circulation, the sticks and curbs could be removed. But after collecting and analyzing data during a year-long trial period, trafc engineers didnt nd any gridlock. Instead, they found that the corridor became safer, as planners had predicted. Trafc speeds declined by about six miles per hour and accidents decreased by an average of 50 percent along Federal Highway as a whole, Colonna said. Even better, the accident rate was reduced by 75 percent at the intersections of northand southbound Federal Highway and Atlantic Avenue. Armed with the proof they needed, Delray Beach City Commission voted to proceed with the permanent improvements in 2009. The temporary curbing has remained in place while funding was secured from various federal, state, and local sources. The $14 million project will be paid for in part by a $3.6 million contribution from the CRA. While temporary road closures and changing trafc patterns may be inconvenient for now, in the long run, the project is expected to help create jobs, promote economic activity along Federal Highway, and provide alternative transit opportunities. During the two-year construction periodcompletion is anticipated by summer 2015the CRA, DDA and Chamber of Commerce are working to keep residents and visitors informed: Project status updates for motorists will be posted on the DDA website: (http:// downtowndelraybeach.com/constructionupdates). A list of Frequently Asked Questions is posted on the CRA website (http://bit. ly/16GreM7) to explain the scope, timing, funding, and impact of the project. The DDA will attend bi-monthly construction meetings and provide regular updates to merchants and businesses along Federal Highway. Once the permanent improvements are installed, US-1 through Delray Beach will look much more attractive, and be consistent with the appearance of the rest of downtown, Colonna said. We appreciate everyones patience as the project progresses! Paula Detwiller writes professionally for the CRA and other clients. Her website/blog can be found at www.pdwrites.com. Makeover underway on Federal Hwy.

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4 November 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple Fall Fling Festival set at South Tech AcademySouth Tech Academy and South Tech Prep, a conversion Charter High and Middle School, invites the community to their 2nd annual Fall Fling, 9 am to 2 pm on Saturday Nov. 16 at the school, 1300 SW 30th Avenue, Boynton Beach, FL 33426, featuring a car, boat and motorcycle show, along with a garage sale/swap shop. European and exotic cars are just a few that will be displayed and trophies will be awarded for the best in show, with photo opportunities to get a unique holiday picture in front of one of these classics to impress friends and relatives from far away. There will also be a Live DJ, bounce house for the kids, face painting, henna tattoos, games, entertainment, ice cream, candy, hot dogs, cotton candy, vendors selling items, and vendors selling items perfect for finding holiday bargains. Admission is $2 for adults, $1 for children and two for one admissions with a non-perishable food item. For more information, see www. southtechacademy.com or call 561.369.7004. You can also like southtechacademy on Facebook and follow them on twitter. schools education Delray Beach Parks and Recreation offers recreational programs to our residents and visitors year round. Exciting activities for all ages are featured during November and December and we invite you to view these and other upcoming events in our 2013-14 Fall and Winter Activities Guide. Some of the programs and special events are listed below. Join us and discover the fun! PICKLEBALL Dates: Ongoing Times: Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays 9am 12pm Location: Community Center, 50 NW 1st Ave Ages: Adults Cost: $5 (daily) Annual Pass: $175 residents, $200 non-residents 6-Month Pass: $100 residents, $110 non-residents A fun paddle sport using a wiffle ball on a netted court. Beginners welcome! Info: (561) 243-7250. POMPEY PARK WALKING CLUB Dates: December 1st February 28th Times: Daily, 7am and 6pm Location: Pompey Park Recreation Center, 1101 NW 2nd St Ages: 18 years of age and older Cost: $5 residents, $6 non-residents Get fit and improve your health. Pedometers will be distributed to track and log progress. Incentives will be given for goal completion! Info: (561) 243-7356. KIDZ CULTURAL DANCE Dates: November 9th December 14th Times: Saturdays, 11am 12pm Location: Veterans Park, 802 NE 1st St Ages: 4-9 years of age Cost: $78 residents, $83 non-residents (10% siblings discount) This energetic upbeat class provides cardio strengthening thru music and dance from around the world. Info: (561) 243-7350. START SMART BASEBALL Dates: November 9th November 30th Times: Saturdays, 10:30am 11:30am Location: Catherine Strong Splash Park, 1500 SW 6th St Ages: 3-6 years of age Cost: $30 residents, $40 non-residents An introduction to the sport of baseball for young children. Innovative equipment will be used to enhance child development. Info: (561) 243-7194. WINTER SKATE CAMP Session I dates: December 23rd, 26th, 27th & 30th (Session I) Session II dates: December 31st, January 2nd, 3rd & 6th) Times: 9am 4pm (8am 9am drop off / 4pm 5:30pm pickup) Location: 505 Teen Center & Hobbit Skate Park, 505 SE 5th Ave Ages: 5-15 years of age Cost: $96 residents, $104 nonresidents (per session) Eight full days of skate camp with instruction on board set-up, safety tips and technique. Planned activities include skate park field trips, movie outings, bowling and more. Participants must provide own skateboard, helmet and knee/elbow pads. Info: (561) 243-7158. CPR CLASS (AHA HEARTSAVER/AED) Dates: Ongoing Times: Wednesdays, 9am 12:30pm Location: Ocean Rescue Headquarters, 340 South Ocean Blvd Ages: 12 years of age and older Cost: Free (CPR masks may be purchased for $5 recommended) This free class is open to Delray Beach residents and city employees. Certied American Heart Association CPR instructors will provide training on adult/child/ infant CPR, choking and debrillation. AHA Heartsaver certication awarded to participants upon course completion. Info and registration (required): (561) 243-7400. Parks and Recreation Special Events November December 2013 November 2nd 2nd Annual Fall Skate & Grind, 505 Teen Center Hobbit Skate Park November 2nd Delray Beach Swim and Tennis Club Pool Open House November 23rd Turkey Trot 5K Run/Walk, Anchor Park November 25th Turkey Give-a-way, 505 Teen Center November 27th Teen Thanksgiving Feast, 505 Teen Center December 14th Delray Beach Holiday Parade, Downtown Delray Beach December 16th & 17th Santas Calling December 28th Family Splash Games, Pompey Park PoolCity of Delray Beach Parks and Recreation Offering a variety of programs and activities during November December For the latest updates, visit the Citys website, www.mydelraybeach.com, and select Parks and Recreation under Departments or call (561) 243-7250. SAINT JOSEPHS GRILLS UP SUCCESS AT ANNUAL BACK TO SCHOOL BARBEQUEBOYNTON BEACH, FL The Jones Field was active with students, families, and faculty celebrating with food, fun, and fellowship at Saint Josephs Annual Back To School Barbeque! A good time was had by all, as students enjoyed games, an ice cream cart, and more! Technology was also brought to life outdoors as the children competed in the QR Code Scavenger Hunt with iPads and iPhones in hand! The annual event, sponsored by Mississippi Sweets and the DuBois Family, welcomes everyone to the start of the school year and ofcially launches the schools Annual Fund campaign. The event raised over $2,300 in support of the Annual Fund campaign for 20132014 and will be matched by an anonymous donor dollar-for dollar! The Annual Fund supports educational innovation, infrastructure, and facilities for academic performance, cultural enrichment, student health, spiritual development, and athletics. While tuition provides 82% of the funds required to sustain our schools day-today operations, the Annual Fund is the cornerstone for bridging the gap between tuition and expenses. Additionally, the Annual Funds ultimate success provides remarkable experiences for students and helps make Saint Josephs an exceptional place for children. We really appreciate the support of our families and patrons. Saint Josephs prides itself on hosting events that bring our school community together. We nd that creating a strong partnership with our school community provides additional opportunities for our students. We are truly grateful for this generous donation to our Annual Fund, stated Tami Pleasanton, Head of School for Saint Josephs. Saint Josephs, founded in 1958, is an FCIS and FKC accredited, nationally renowned, academic and arts preparatory school serving children ages 1 through 3 and Pre-Kindergarten through Eighth Grade. Saint Josephs serves approximately 250 students from local, national, and international backgrounds. Rigorous academics, the Academy of the Arts, spiritual studies, and athletics are the hallmark of our Schools curriculum. For more information on Saint Josephs Episcopal School, call 561-732-2045 or visit www.sjsonline.org. Ms. Carol Cunningham, computer teacher, and SJES students participating in the QR Code Scavenger Hunt

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6 November 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple Save the Date! Nov. 9 & 10, 2013www.dbwineandseafood.com561-278-0424Save the Date!Nov. 9 & 10, 2013www.dbwineandseafood.com561-278-0424Delray Beach Police Department maintains law enforcements highest recognition The City of Delray Beach is pleased to announce that the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation has unanimously voted to award the Delray Beach Police Department (DBPD) reaccreditation for its exceptional standards of professionalism. DBPD earned the status as an accredited agency in 2004 and has since maintained this distinguished honor with reaccreditation in 2007, 2010 & 2013. Our sworn ofcers and support staff are committed to delivering the highest level of service to the community and reaccreditation by the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation conrms this, states Delray Beach Police Chief Strianese. Through professional development, state of the art technology & training, and exceptional performance, we will continue to maintain the standards of excellence that our residents and visitors have come to rely on. Maria C. Marino-Bollan, Accreditation Manager, has led the Department through this process since 2004. She has been instrumental in ensuring that all personnel adhered to law enforcement policies, procedures, established practices, documented training, and internal inspections, in order to attain accreditation compliance. For more information, contact the Delray Beach Police Department at (561) 243-7888 or visit www.mydelraybeach.com. City earns highest rating for General Obligation BondsThe City of Delray Beach has recently been notied that Standard & Poors (S&P) Rating Services raised the Citys rating for General Obligation (GO) bonds from AA to AAA. AAA is the highest rating assigned by S&Ps and indicates that our City has an extremely strong capacity to meet nancial commitments. In spite of the economic challenges that face many municipalities, Delray Beach maintains strong nancial stability and sound scal management. S&Ps rating was based on several factors and noted the Citys strong budgetary exibility due to reserves 20% above expenditures for the past few years with no plans to signicantly spend them down. According to S&Ps Global Credit Portal Ratings Direct Summary: Delray Beach, Florida; General Obligation report dated October 1, 2013: The Citys budgetary performance, in our view, has been strong overall with surpluses generated in three of the past ve scal years. S&Ps also stated, The stable outlook reects our view of the Citys continued consistent nancial performance and underlying economy supported by good management. Higher bond ratings benet the City through lower interest costs for future borrowings. Because Delray Beachs upgraded bond rating indicates a nancially sound municipality, bond buyers feel that the risk of loss is minimized and are willing to accept a lower interest rate return. The City is proud to be recognized for its commitment to remain nancially strong during these difcult economic times, states City Manager Louie Chapman. Receiving the highest rating for GO bonds demonstrates the commitment by the City Commission and staff members to provide quality service to the community while remaining nancially judicious. To view Standard & Poors Global Credit Portal Ratings Direct Summary: Delray Beach, Florida; General Obligation in its entirety, visit www.mydelraybeach.com and select Finance under Departments. Click on Treasury in the green menu bar and scroll down to the section titled Debt Ratings. For more information, contact the Public Information Ofce at (561) 243-7190 or E-mail pio@mydelraybeach.com. Standard & Poors is a leading provider of nancial market intelligence. It is known for its respected role as an independent provider of credit ratings and as the home of the S&P 500 benchmark index. For more information, visit www.standardandpoors.com.FSBPA honors Citys Planning and Zoning Director with public service awardThe Florida Shore & Beach Preservation Association (FSBPA) has selected Paul Dorling, Planning and Zoning Director for the City of Delray Beach, as the recipient of its 2013 Public Service Award. This prestigious award is presented to a public employee whose service reects admirably on the governmental sector, especially in the area of beach management. The award was presented to Dorling at FSBPAs Annual Conference on September 26, 2013. Dorling heads the Citys department that has the primary responsibility of guiding and directing future growth while ensuring the preservation of the communitys unique attributes. He has always viewed the beach program as a critical asset for the Citys sustainable and economic success with emphasis on storm protection, environmental habitat and tourism. To maintain this natural resource, the 1.9-mile coastline has undergone several beach nourishment projects since 1973 with the latest one completed this year. Delrays municipal beach has been recognized as a model example of beach nourishment and was recently selected as one of Americas Best Restored Beaches for 2013 by the American Shore and Beach Preservation Association (ASBPA). The beach has performed better with every project and, according to ASBPA, is the quintessential example of a beach nourishment success story. The wide pristine sandy area and vegetated dunes are the result of years of dedicated work under the guidance and direction of Dorling. Please join the City in congratulating Paul Dorling as the recipient of the FSBPA 2013 Public Service Award. pineapple slices During this past month of October the Milagro Center STARS explored the living value of SIMPLICITY. Here, in their own words, is what the kids said about the meaning of SIMPLICITY: It means not playing on a phone or a video game. Just enjoying nature and my friends Cephanie, 1st grade I think it means that I can go to the beach Jesus, 1st grade Simplicity means enjoying the simple things, like books! Jazmin, 4th grade Simplicity? Its something simple like nature!. Anahi, 4th grade Simplicity means doing things without wasting energy. And to do things that are not complicated, easy, fun and just plain simple. A ylin, 4th grade I go outside and I can play make my own games and test my games to see if they are good. Jayden, 1st grade WWW.MILAGROCENTER.ORG SIMPLICITY

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com N ovember 2013 7 pineapple slices 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 561-542-3838 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 250 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 The Holiday Season is almost HERE!Sign up now for the annual Delray Beach Holiday Parade...less than two months away. Presented by Delray Beach Parks & Recreation Department AND Festival Management Group, Inc. Saturday, December 14, 2013 6:00 p.m. The parade route will start on Atlantic Avenue at the Intracoastal Bridge in Downtown Delray Beach, and will continue west to NW 5th Ave., with over 70 entries in the parade to help you celebrate the holidays. Through a special connection to the North Pole, The Delray Beach Fire Department will have Santa riding along on their re truck. This years theme is Toyland in Delray. Be creative and let your imagination y! (Please remember, no Santas allowed!) The Delray Beach Fire Department has connections to the North Pole! Deadline for application is Nov. 18th For more information contact Danielle Beardsley at (561) 243-7277 or email Danielle at Beardsleyd@mydelraybeach.comCity Ordinance No. 25-13 approved ( garbage collection service rates increaseCity Ordinance No. 25-13 increased residential and commercial garbage collection service rates for Fiscal Year (FY) 2014 was approved at the September 17, 2013 Regular Commission Meeting. Residential customers should see a slight increase (less than 1%) in their rates due to an approximate .86% increase in the Consumer Price Index (CPI). There was no change in the fuel surcharge so there is no corresponding rate increase or decrease due to fuel cost changes. Commercial rates were also adjusted by the CPI increase which was approximately .86% and 0% for fuel surcharge. The approved FY 2014 rate changes do not affect current pick-up schedules and/ or the collection services/requirements for garbage, recycling, yard trash or bulk trash. The monthly residential rates are provided below (commercial rates are included within Ordinance No. 25-13, which can be viewed online see instructions below). New rates become effective October 1, 2013. Curbside Roll-Out Carts ( Current T otal Fees: $14.09 New Total Fees: $14.22 Rear Door Owner Containers ( Current Total Fees: $24.94 New Total Fees: $25.16 Curbside Disposable Containers ( Current Total Fees: $10.88 New Total Fees: $10.96 Multi-Family ( Current T otal Fees: $6.81 New Total Fees: $6.86 To view Ordinance No. 25-13, which includes the new commercial collection service rates, visit www.mydelraybeach. com and select Commission Agenda in the Quick Link Box on the home page. Click Agenda next to Regular Meeting of Tuesday, September 17, 2013 and scroll down to the section titled Public Hearings. To view the recorded video of the September 17th City Commission Meeting, visit www. mydelraybeach.com and select Commission Agenda in the Quick Link Box on the home page. Select Video and Audio in the green menu bar and click Video next to City Commission Regular Meeting September 17, 2013. *Consumer Price Index all urban consumers (Miami, Ft. Lauderdale), all itemsVeterans Park plans day trip to Morikami Museum Nov.20Join the City of Delray Beach Parks and Recreation Department on November 20th for a day trip to Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens in West Delray Beach. On Wednesday, November 20th, enjoy the 200 acres that surround The Morikamis two museum buildings and include expansive Japanese gardens with strolling paths, resting areas, tropical bonsai collection, small lakes teeming with koi and other wildlife, nature trails, pine forests and park and picnic areas. Half the day will be spent outdoors, so be sure to dress for the weather. Cost for the trip is $35.00 per person for Delray Beach residents and $45 for nonresidents, which includes bus transportation, admission, guided tour and a beautiful traditional Japanese lacquer box lunch provided by the Cornell Cafe. The bus will leave Veterans Park at 9:30 am and return at 4:00 pm. Advanced reservations and payments are required to secure your space. For more information, please contact Samantha Roland at (561) 243-7350 or by email at roland@mydelraybeach.com. Veterans Park is located at 802 N.E. 1st Street in Delray Beach. (Atlantic Avenue and the Intracoastal)GFWC Womans Club of Delray Beach hosts Kick Up Your Heels DELRAY BEACH, FL Kick Up Your Heels will be held on Wednesday, November 13, 2013 from 12:00 Noon 2:00 pm. Attendees will enjoy a luncheon overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and will have an opportunity to shop at boutiques for the holiday season. Cost to attend is $20. To make a reservation, call Mary at 561-495-5046 or Mickie at 561-272-3088. The Holiday Inn is located at 2809 S. Ocean Blvd. Highland Beach. Proceeds from this event will benet the charities and organizations supported by the Womans Club of Delray that include The Achievement Centers for Children and Families, The Delray Beach Public Library, The Caring Kitchen, Orchard View and Pine Grove Elementary Schools and awards College Scholarships to Delray Beach High School students. The GFWC Womans Club of Delray Beach was formed in 1902, founded the Delray Beach Public Library, meets once a month, and focuses on community improvement by enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service. For more detailed information, visit www.gfwc-delray. org or like them on Facebook. Come and join in the friendship, fun, nancial support and volunteerism by joining the GFWC Womans Club of Delray Beach.

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com N ovember 2013 11 THE PRACTICE OF MEDITATION Two Sundays, November 3 & 10, 2013, 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.The practice of meditation is a part of every major tradition, although there may be different techniques and ways of working with the practice. Modern science is now conrming the numerous benecial effects of meditation that have been known thousands of years. Explore a simple step-by-step guide to the practice of meditation and how to make it a part of our everyday routine, facilitated by Charlene Wilkinson, J.D., RYT Wilkinson has been a Unity student and has studied meditation for over 25 years. She is an accomplished instructor of meditation, yoga and comparative philosophy. Charles Fillmore, co-founder of Unity referred to the practice of meditation as sitting in the silence. He described meditating as a state of consciousness entered into for the purpose of putting oneself in touch with Divine Mind, so that the soul may listen to the still small voice. About Unity of Delray Beach Visitors and guests of all faiths are welcome. There is no admission charge to any activities; a free will love offering is collected. ( Unity of Delray Beach is located at 101 NW 22nd St. at Swinton Ave. For more information call the church ofce Mon. through Thurs., 10 to 4, at 561-276-5796. DELRAY BEACHCITY DIRECTORYDelray Beach City Hall 100 NW 1st Avenue Delray Beach, Florida 33444 www.mydelraybeach.comGeneral Information (561) 243-7000 Emergency 9-1-1 Non-Emergency (561) 243-7800 Citizen Service Requests (561) 243-7012 City Managers Ofce (561) 243-7010 Utility Billing (561) 243-7100 Water/Sewer Maint. (561) 243-7312 Parks & Recreation (561) 243-7250 Municipal Golf Course (561) 243-7380 City Clerks Ofce (561) 243-7050 Jobline (561) 243-6201 PBC Animal Control (561) 276-1344 Police Department (561) 243-7888 Fire Department (561) 243-7400 The Pineapple delray beach newspaper The Pineappledelray beach newspaper at the library HONORING VETERANS AT THE DELRAY BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY NOVEMBER 9Delray Beach VFW Post 4141 and the Delray Beach Public Library will be joining forces to honor veterans. Commander Ed Madson of the VFW Post will be distributing poppies at the Delray Beach Public Library at 100 West Atlantic Avenue, on Saturday, November 9, 2013 from 1:00 3:00 p.m. The practice of wearing poppies is traditionally done on Memorial Day and Veterans Day to honor veterans and its origin is from the poem in Flanders Field written by John McCrae in 1915. A Delray Beach veteran and Library volunteer has generously donated the funds for the poppies that will be distributed to veterans. Please visit the Library on Saturday November 9 from 1 3:00 p.m. to honor our veterans.A NEW SEASON OF HEALTHY LIVING SERIES PROGRAMS AT THE LIBRARYThe Delray Beach Public Library begins its 2013-2014 Healthy Living Series with a variety of new programs each month in the areas of health and wellness. Were sure youll nd something of interest to attend. Tuesday, October 22nd @ **3:00 p.m.** The Healthy Living Series sponsored by the Delray Medical Center will begin its monthly series with Dr. Robert Zann discussing Minimally Invasive Hip & Knee Surgery. Monday, November 18th @ 2:00 p.m. The Alzheimers Conversation Alzheimers Community Care, an organization licensed by the state of Florida, will have an open educational discussion to teach the public about Alzheimers disease and related disorders. You will learn the history, medications and diagnostic process of the disease and will be able to ask questions. Alzheimers Community Care teaches Level 1 & 2 Alzheimers classes. Tuesday, December 3rd @ 6:30 p.m. Dr. William Marrocco will present a program titled Obesity: How We Got Here and How Do We Fix It? He will provide a brief history of obesity in humans and how we as a nation can x this problem starting with individuals using historical facts in combination with proven lifestyle measures. These programs are free and open to the public. 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 561-266-9490. CELEBRATE 100 YEARS IN DELRAY BEACH AT 74TH ANNUAL MEETINGThe Delray Beach Public Library celebrates its 100 years at the 74th Annual Library Association Meeting on Monday, December 9, 2013 at 5:30 p.m. All Library Association members and guests are invited to attend. A business meeting will start off the proceedings with Library Board President Nancy Dockerty discussing the stateof-the-Library. The re-election of Board members and the nomination of new Board members will follow. After the vote the Library Director, Alan Kornblau will give the Librarians Report and his vision for the future of the Delray Beach Public Library. The Special Guest Speaker for the evening is lifelong Delray Beach resident, community leader and former Library Board President, Harvey Brown, Jr. He will discuss the Library and Delray Beach yesterday and today. Refreshments will be served. A discussion of upcoming events such as: Laugh with the Library, Chapter 8 A Comedy Night fundraiser that will take place on Friday, January 31, 2014 at the Delray Beach Marriott at 7:30 p.m. The evening will feature comedian Dennis Regan and Co-Chairpersons Heidi Sargeant and Becky Walsh, Library Board members, promise a fun-lled evening of food, drink, casual attire and more! For further information about the Library, the Annual meeting, or to receive an invitation to Laugh with the Library, Chapter 8, call the Library at 561-266-0775. Harvey Brown, Jr.

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12 November 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple By David DiPino The Pineapple Contributing Writer Hes known most lately for his meme, emulating Drake hands on the social media app Instagram. But before the latest chapter of the Tim Rigas life there were many that may have not been written had it not been for the place, and people of Delray Beach. Rigas came here three years ago to nd recovery, but what he found was life, love and a renewed pursuit of happiness, creating culinary masterpieces in the kitchens that house and feeds Delray Beachs foodies nightly. Hell be the rst to tell you that he failed and was on the oor many times before he started two years of sobriety on October 16, 2011. This is just one of the many stories of recovery in Delray Beach. The sober movement in Delray Beach is not only helping thousands, but also adding fuel to the gas tank of Delray Beachs economy. For instance, fast-forward to the week before October 16, 2013 when Rigas new roommate Girish Navare, a.k.a. G started planning an outing of Tims friends on Facebook. He wanted to keep it in Delray Beach, so G decided on the popular Burger Fi craft hamburger restaurant. On a balmy Wednesday October night, a dozen of Rigas friends took over the burger joint to celebrate his recovery. Tim Rigas showed up fashionably late in a bright colored very Miami Vice pastel colored shirt, un-buttoned a few inches to show off a little chest hair that hes recently grown playing in an A league Adult Hockey League. You can say itwe are a couple of minutes late because we parked down there on Gleason Street and walked over under this beautiful moon. The way I feel right now is like a professional hockey player who just scored the game-winning goal in a shootout the night before, and now Im out with my lovely girl showing off my new threads. Its very South Florida...I feel good down here in Delray Beach, Rigas said. On that evening, Tim and his charming girlfriend Nicole Shaw walked down East Atlantic Avenue, bouncing with condence. When they got to South Ocean Boulevard, they gracefully took the turn South towards Burger Fi and Tim walked up on the dozen or so friends, brothers, sisters, sober peeps and normies, as normal people are called by those in recovery. Tim handled the social situation with a poise and self-assured dignity as he greeted everyone in the crowd. If a picture had been taken, it would have shown a dozen friends with a smile bigger than Delray Municipal Beach after the recent sand renourishment project. Ill be the rst to tell you I failed at thisI remember being sober in Delray Beach for the rst time followed by my fair share of struggles. I had ed to an enabling friend who had an apartment in an East Boynton Beach apartment development. After a week of non-stop drinking, I called for help. When my friends came to pick me up I was in the parking lot during the day in just my underwear, clutching a Rum and Coke. Rigas ended up at The Hartman House of Delray Beach, a place for men in transition. He was in no rush to ee the helping hand and opportunities set forth in front of him, and thus found a job at The Ofce in Downtown Delray Beach. He moved up the ranks, rst handling hot appetizers, then pastries, and then manning the busiest saut stoves on Atlantic Avenue. From there he was promoted to lead line cook or Chef de Partie, where he managed the nighttime line under the direction of the Sous Chef and Chef de Cuisine. He since moved on to the Mizner Country Club in Delray Beach, where he is working under talented Chef Sean Key where once again Rigas is manning the saut stoves. Rigas just landed a new job as the lead saut line chef at Mizner. His move to West Atlantic Avenue, to a better position in the culinary world wouldnt have worked two years ago, and probably not a year ago. Before Rigas sat down with his friends at Burger Fi to celebrate two years of sobriety with friends he posted a message on Facebook that looked back on the journey. Im celebrating two years of sobriety todayhard work pays off! I didnt get here alone, thank you to everyone who has touched my life and for the support and understanding of my amazing girlfriend and family. Most importantly, if you are out there struggling, or in need of change, you are never alone, and if I can do it you can. Much love! Rigas wrote on Facebook. Following the dinner with friends, Rigas was back on social media to thank those who helped again. Tonight was a great night with great friends. No better way to celebrate Sometimes the ultimate happiness is not the change you see in yourself but the change you see in others. Tim shared with me that much of this quote was in reference to another close friend of his, Alexander Trim, a young man who found Delray Beach, by way of England, Trims outlook and hopes for his own recovery and journey glow brighter by the day. Another one of Tims close friends is Tims roommate, Girish G Navare. The two met in Delray Beach via Gs journey down here from New York City, and nally The Hartman House. Tim Rigas is originally from Hanover, New Hampshire, by way of Providence, Rhode Island. Through the humor they share, and long late night recovery talks, the two connected in Delray Beach and are now close roommates. G recently shared a post on Facebook that captures some of the humor they toss back and forth. Has anybody ever accidentally left their car running and gone into a restaurant for an hour, never knowing that they did that? Hypothetically, lets say his name is Timothy James Rigas, G said. All kidding aside, G is extremely happy with not only his own recovery, but also to see Tim succeeding in life, recovery and love. At the celebration for Tims two-years, G methodically made his way around the table talking to everyone. His one-on-one talks with everyone in the room were more philosophical than lecture based. The question of how many times a day or a week someone goes to a recovery meeting, I really think it varies from person to person. Some people go to meetings twice a day. Some people go two times a week; some only go two times a month. Each person is different; Ive met people that could not stay sober despite countless attendance at meetings while others have ourished in life and recovery by attending fewer. It is not the quantity of meetings attended but rather the quality of spiritual principles in which one lives their life as a sober person and member of this awesome community Navare said. Rigas plans to pick up his two-year medallion at a recovery meeting held on Delrays Municipal Beach. Im going to speak at that meeting on the beach. Its tting that my two-year is on the beach Because since Ive lived, worked and went to meetings in this city, Ive spent a lot of time at the beach. Youre going to have that with a proximity that close to the beautiful local beach and the blue Atlantic Ocean, Rigas said. Tim Rigas has been sober for over 24 months, 732 days and 18,000 hours. The future is his story; helping other in anyway he can. Most days I get up and I feel as good as Big Papi after he just hit a grand slam to put the Boston Red Sox ahead in the MLB Playoffs. But even if I feel less than that, I still get up and face the day with an attitude I never once could emulate. Today I happen to feel better than the Buffalo Sabres after a hard fought ice hockey win. Part tongue and cheek Rigas explains, The acronym YOLO (you only live once) sums up my current outlook on life. Its not about the right and wrongs of how one should or shouldnt go about their patheveryones journey is different, I just show up and enjoy the ride one day at a time! Rigas said. Celebrating recovery with friends Tim Rigas (right) found love with Nicole Shaw (left), happiness, and a blossoming culinary career after choosing recovery in Delray Beach. Rigas worked as a chef in Providence, Rhode Island, but his life took a turn for the worst and his rst attempt at rehab sent him to Jacksonville. His second attempt at recovery was in Delray Beach where he has called home, sober, since October 2011.

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com N ovember 2013 13 Having fun just hanging around Ok, that statement could be taken the wrong way if you have never heard of aerial silk yoga. So what is aerial silk yoga you say? Aerial silks refers to a new type of yoga that is practiced with the assistance of a silk swing as a tool to help students achieve the traditional Yoga positions. Much of this exciting practice involves actual aerial suspension, which creates a very different experience than what people are used to with more traditional practices. Yoga in general offers a number of health and wellness benets. Aerial silk yoga takes it to the next level with a whole host of additional benets. The rst and most basic benet of aerial silk yoga is that it is so new and so different. Never underestimate the power of new. A novel experience, in and of itself, stimulates positive chemical reactions in the brain. This type of stimulation raises levels of certain brain chemicals such as Dopamine and promotes creation of a number of new brain connections. The benets include improvements in mood and some protection from dementia. Any new experience will create a similar reaction in the brain, but the degree of stimulation created by aerial silks is on the very high end of the scale. When you walk into a silk yoga studio the rst thing you will notice are the vibrant colors of the swings. The space is as inviting as it is captivating, setting the stage for a graceful practice. Beauty has a powerful effect on the brain and aerial silks at the most basic level is just that, beautiful. It is easy to get caught up in what feels more like a romantic dance than a form of exercise, but that is exactly what you want to do. It is easier to escape into this peaceful world while cradled in the comfort of your silk sling. The sling provides comfort when you are trying to restore and an embrace of support when you are extending into a challenging pose. The new physical orientations, such as the many inverted positions, force the brain to quickly adapt in a number of different ways beyond just visually. It is difcult to match the magnitude of this new experience. Beyond the neurochemical benets derived from the new experience, aerial silks provides a number of psychological benets. Hanging upside-down seems easy enough until you actually try to do it past the age of 22. It is natural for most people to experience some apprehension before their rst silk inversion. Facing this natural fear and then actually overcoming it is a major psychological victory with far-reaching benets. Most people live a life working around their fears and perceived limitations. Going past your rst assisted inversion and becoming adept at initiating and controlling your own inversions blows the top off of living in fear. This actually builds condence that spills over into other aspects of the persons life, including career and relationships. People are amazed at how powerful this condence builder can be. Feeling stronger mentally only facilitates getting stronger physically. In addition to the neurochemical benets of aerial silk yoga, the body derives a number of physical benets as well. The partial neutralization of gravity in certain positions creates an effect of decompression on the spine and other joints. Improving exibility in a decompressed position offers additional benets over just basic exibility work alone. This can help with common problems such as back and joint pain. The relief of pain without the use of medications is the optimal solution for an injury and improves quality of life. Inverted positions also help with lymphatic drainage and improve circulation. A body that heals efciently only makes you feel good. Feeling good and being healthy is a common goal for all of us. There are not many opportunities where we get to try something so radically new that we actually remember our rst time doing it. Aerial silk yoga is exactly one of these rare opportunities. Face your fears and go hang yourself. Dr. Rodriguez is the founder of the Delray Center for Healing and Bamboo Garden Yoga, which is the home of Defy Gravity Aerial Yoga. Defy Gravity Aerial Yoga is a full-scale aerial silks yoga studio wit highly experienced instructors that caters to all skill and experience levels of students. Delray Center For Healing 403 SE 1st Street, Delray Beach, FL 33483 www.delraycenter.com 888-699-5679 by Dr. Raul Rodriguez When we consider all the decisions that weve made in our lifetimes, I would bet that most (if not all) of them can be traced directly back to either love or fear. For example, a decision to accept a certain job, get in or out of a relationship buy a car, or make a phone call youve been dreading; they all come down to two powerful emotions, love or fear. As an experiment, I wondered what it would sound like if we gave each of them a voice of their own and had them sit down for a conversation with each other. Maybe sit down for cup of coffee and talk shop for a bit. Our story takes place in theory. In this case, Theory is a local coffee shop in Downtown Delray Beach. The emotions, Love and Fear, are our two main characters, and each have agreed to sit down together and discuss the nuances of their relationship with each other, and in their own opinion why they affect our lives so strongly. Fear: Hello, Love. Love: How are we Fear? Fear: Oh, you know, the usual, just bringing out the best in people. And you my dear? Love: Im doing great, a bit busier these days steering people away from your rhetoric, but hey, somebody has too. Fear: (laughs) Do you mean to tell me that the great Love has it in for me? Arent you, well...Love? Love: Dont misunderstand me, Fear, I can still love you, but not agree with what you do. Fear: Ahh, I see, you think you would be better off without me? Love: Im pretty sure the whole universe would be better off without you. Fear: Oh Love, I always thought we were on the same team, how would they appreciate you without me. I break em you x em. Love: Thats where youre wrong, its not about breaking and xing. Its about loving, learning, teaching and expanding people. Love is continuous, not earned. You created the misconception of earning me. Fear: So, explain this to me, Love, when a person sees a ame how do they know not to put their hand in it? Who directs them not to swim with sharks? Oh I know me Love: Great con men have always used a little bit of truth and a lot of lies. Your sole purpose is that form of protection. However, that has clearly passed your level of satisfaction. Fear: How would the people evolve if I wasnt here? This is a world of tough lessons, and many of those lessons are brought to you by yours truly. Love: I see. So youre saying that you are the gatekeeper to peopless salvation? Fear: Yes, actually that sounds about right. Love: Huh, I wonder how many people have fallen for your manipulative ways? Fear: Plenty...they chose to believe in me. They always had a choice between you and me Love: How about the ones that werent strong enough to ignore you? The ones who never had a chance at me because of you? Fear: Dont you understand, Love, without the darkness there is no light. Love: That may be true, but here are many differences between me and you and we will let the people decide. Love: LOVE IS HONEST (fear is deceitful), LOVE TRUSTS (fear suspects), LOVE FORGIVES (fear blames), LOVE IS KIND (fear is angry), LOVE IS AN ELIXIR (fear is a poison), LOVE DREAMS (fear schemes), LOVE BELIEVES (fear deceives). A waiter comes up to the table with a pad and a pen. An attractive woman in a red dress looks up. Waiter: Just you today Maam? Love:(smiles) (Pauses)..Yes just me Love is Real. Fear is an illusion ..... Goodbye, Fear. Write me at: DavidJames.Yoga@gmail.com or call 561-929-8905Love and fear have coffee 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.

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14 November 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple health & tness DELRAY BEACH, FL PurCycle, a new state-of-the-art indoor cycling studio has announced the grand opening of its Delray Beach facility, which opened its doors on June 1, 2013. Located in the heart of downtown Delray Beach at 101 SE 2nd Ave., PurCycle is the creation of president and founder Nicole Danna, a South Florida resident who relocated to Boca Raton in 2008 from Boulder, Colorado. When the area tness facilities failed to match her expectations in regards to training, equipment and staff, she decided to strike out on her own to create a Spinning facility that would bring a higher level of quality and service. I chose Delray Beach because aside from the downtown areas charm and smalltown feel it offered the perfect setting for PurCycle to establish itself. In addition to being a health-focused community, Delrays friendly, supportive business environment has made the entire process smooth and easy, said Nicole. The 2,000-square-foot facility offers a lounge area where a vegan juice bar will serve bottled cold-pressed juices and a limited menu of vegan and vegetarian fare starting in November. The main focus, however, is the 1,000-square-foot training room featuring a eet of 25 of Star Tracs newest Spinning Blade bikes. The bikes are used alongside a cutting-edge wireless exercise intelligence system known as Performance IQ, which monitors and records each clients heart rate and calories burned in real time during each class. If requested, individual stats are displayed on a TV at the front of the class, as well as recorded and emailed to each client at the end of each session. Guests and clients can track this information through his/her PurCycle account to measure personal performance, or to track and maintain tness goals. PurCycle combines the best technology, equipment, instructors and atmosphere so clients can make the most of their cycling class, Nicole Danna. The PurCycle experience provides you with everything you need to maximize your workout, build endurance, lose weight, and reach tness goals. Whether youre a road rider looking for a challenging indoor training session, a dedicated spin junkie, or a rst-time spinner, PurCycle is the perfect place to achieve your goals. Designed for all tness levels, the PurCycle class program offers several rides or class types that incorporate various cycling techniques, including endurance and interval training. Classes are sold online via the website (or in-studio) individually for $18, or in class packs ranging from three classes for $50, to a 20-class pas for $165 and an unlimited month pass for $175. Upon purchasing a class, guests receive a complimentary heart rate monitor (a retail value of $69.99 given to clients for free with the purchase of a 20 or unlimited class pass) that integrates with PurCycles exercise intelligence system during cycling. Demo heart rate monitors are given to rst-time riders who wish to see how the system works before purchasing. The rst class is free for everyone. PurCycle is open daily from 5:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., with classes throughout the day. The studio recently added a noon lunch ride at 12:15 p.m. each Wednesday, and celebrates a weekly happy hour ride at 4:30 p.m. on Friday allowing class attendees that ability to redeem a complimentary drink card at participating Delray Beach establishments Dada, Tryst and Dubliner. Guests must reserve their bike in advance of each class via PurCycles online scheduling system, zingFit, which allows riders to select the bike they wish to ride during class. To schedule a class, visit PurCycle online at http://www.pur-cycle. com or for more information, follow the cycling studio on Facebook at https://www. facebook.com/purcycledelray or call the studio at 561-901-7746.Delray Beachs First Boutique Indoor Cycling Studio Now Open DowntownPurCycle is the rst fully-dedicated indoor cycling studio in Delray Beach, offering cutting-edge heart rate training technology The Pap Corps is proud to announce their latest fundraising campaign, www.shop4pap. org. This new website features hundreds of national retailers who are donating a percentage of sales, conducted through the website, to the organization which has raised nearly $50 million for cancer research. This innovative platform allows people nationwide to support the tremendous efforts of The Pap Corps, Champions for Cancer Research. We are introducing this program as an exciting way to transform everyday shopping into a dynamic fundraising tool, said JoAnne Goldberg, President of The Pap Corps, the largest all-volunteer organization in the United States dedicated solely to raising funds for research on ALL types of cancer. When you visit Shop4Pap youll nd that many of the worlds leading retailers including Amazon, Best Buy, Chicos, Ebay, JetBlue, Macys, Ofce Depot, PetSmart, Sears, Target and Walgreens have joined the program. You can click on retailers whose logos are displayed, or search for others like DrugStore.com, Cuisinart, eharmony, Rockport and hundreds more. Within seconds you are connected to the retailer you have chosen and can shop exactly as you normally do. There are no fees or additional costs to you! But now your purchases count toward the stores donations to The Pap Corps, which average between 6 & 7% of their sales. After completing a transaction, if you wish to shop with a different Shop4Pap vendor, you must return to www.shop4pap.org and start the process over for The Pap Corps to get its rebate. Shopping categories include automotive, health, beauty, home, ofce, apparel, jewelry, and more. The Pap Corps donates over $3 million every year for cancer research at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, one of the worlds leading research centers. To join or donate to The Pap Corps, or to learn more about the Shop4Pap program, please visit www.papcorps.org.The Pap Corps introduces Shop4Pap

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com N ovember 2013 17 www.PineappleNewspaper.com NOVEMBER 2013 By Jamie Salen The Pineapple Staff Writer Our guiding principle was that design is neither an intellectual nor a material affair, but simply an integral part of the stuff of life, necessary for everyone in a civilized society. Walter Gropius Currie Sowards Aguila Architects founding partner Bob Currie began his career in architecture within Walter Gropius walls at the world-renowned rm of The Architects Collaborative. In the four decades since, Bob and his partners, Jess Sowards and Jos Aguila have inuenced the urban and social fabric of the Delray Beach community. The rms work can be enjoyed and experienced from every vantage point within the city. Currie Sowards Aguila is a visionary rm, having designed and master-planned public and private projects throughout Delray Beach including the catalyst of the citys revitalization, the Old School Square cultural arts complex. A drive, walk, or bike through Delray Beach offers a snapshot of the rms architectural portfolio from Veterans Park to the South County Administration Complex and all places and space in between. Over the years the rm has contributed countless hours and design ideas to local nonprot organizations. The team has worked closely with the local chapter of Habitat for Humanity, designing signage and creating marketing graphics. The rms pro bono efforts have had a positive design and socioeconomic impact on this community, including the Wayside House, a residential treatment facility for women 18 years and older who are struggling with alcohol and drug addiction. Forty-ve years young, one constant has remained as the rms cornerstone: give to your community and your community will give back to you. The rm has donated its time and talents to lead two of the citys major planning charrettes, Pineapple Grove and the relocation of the library to West Atlantic. The partners and their staff worked alongside community volunteers to design the master plan for the redevelopment of downtown Delray Beachs NE 2nd Avenue. The Pineapple Grove Main Street project transformed a blighted urban area into the thriving arts, retail and dining district we know today as the Pineapple Grove Arts District. More recently, the rms projects have included interior improvement for the ever-popular Arts Garage, the SW 5th Avenue Plaza on West Atlantic Avenue, and the new beach pavilion at Atlantic Avenue and A1A. Over the years, Bob Currie has remained dedicated and diligent to the development and redevelopment of Delray Beach. He currently serves as V.P. of both the Delray Beach Library Board of Directors and the Beach Property Owners Association. He is a member of the Palm Beach County Zoning Board, serves as Design Chair of the Pineapple Grove Board of Directors, and serves on the Boards of both the Delray Beach Center for the Arts at Old School Square and Art House Delray. In the next few years, I hope to see the Beach Area Master Plan carried out, which will redevelop the beachs pedestrian corridor along A1A, Currie said. The construction of the new beach pavilion [designed pro bono by Currie Sowards Aguila] will serve as the Welcome Center for the city to move forward with the entire plan. My dream is that someday, when people think of downtown, they will view a seamless reach from the beach to I-95. There will be no East and West. Additionally, Im excited about the design future for the Federal Highways, so much unrealized potential! Currie concludes. Currie Sowards Aguila Architects GIVING BACK The beauty of this city is the diversity of its residents. I think we need to seize the opportunity to develop and build upon the past. The success of Atlantic Avenue serves as a gateway and road map to the citys future. Jess Sowards Continued on page 24 Left to right: Architects Bob Currie, FAIA Choli Aronson AIA, Jos Aguila, AIA and Jess Sowards, AIAN2 Winebar opens in Pineapple GroveEnomatic system allows patrons to self-serve wineBy Nicole Danna The Pineapple Contributing Writer For many, ordering a glass of wine can be intimidating. When dining out its an awkward exchange with a server, while buying a bottle at the local liquor store often ends with a timid guess. However, thanks to downtown Delray Beach newcomer N2, wine lovers who want to nd that perfect bottle have met their match. A bar thats a little more self-serve than sitdown, N2 Winebar opened October 23 in Pineapple Grove, a unique concept that is equal parts tasting room, retail shop and bar. Its also a place where patrons can browse a hand-picked selection of boutique and smallbatch wines, and sample them without having to wait for a seat -or a bartenders attention. How? The brainchild of lifelong Delray Beach resident Ronald L. Voss, III and coowner Kyle DeSantis of Coral Springs, N2 Winebar offers an experience unlike any in South Florida. We wanted to offer something that was fun and creative, but also lled a void [here in Delray Beach], said Voss during a recent interview. The void, according to Voss, is a new breed of wine bar where 64 of over 150 bottles are on tap thanks to a wall of Enomatic wine dispensers that allow patrons the freedom to self-select custom 1-, 3and 5-ounce pours. Although wine preservation systems have been in use for more than 30 years, Enomatic was among the rst automated system to become popular for use in bars, restaurants, and retail stores. At N2, each open bottle is stored and served at its recommended temperature, and will remain as though freshly-opened for up to 20 days. Servings are priced according to pour volume. Just activate your personal credit card, ll it with funds, and use it to sample a range of varietals. The selection will rotate from N2s list of more than 150 bottles, many of them rare nds, including a limited supply of 2009 Caymus cabernet sauvignon, said Voss. Aside from selection, N2 also delivers with an open concept and minimalist decor, from an elegant copper bar and lounge dotted with leather armchairs, N2 Winebar co-owner Ronald Voss holding one of the stores ve remaining bottles of limited edition 2009 Special Selection Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon.DELRAY BEACH, FL The Downtown Development Authority (DDA) represented Delray Beach among other downtown practitioners at the 59th Annual International Downtown Association World Congress event this past month. International Downtown Association (IDA) embarked on an experiment to connect downtown practitioners with the people who transform urban places and examine the partnerships that make it all possible. Participants from 14 different countries attended and contributed in over 60 inspiring sessions at the IDA World Congress & 59th Annual Conference held in boroughs of New York City. As Thomas Chapmon, IDA Chairman remarked in his opening address, We threw caution and indeed participants to the wind, to create something new, inspiring, and informative. The New York City BID Association, the New York City Department of Small Business Services, and the City Parks Alliance coordinated and hosted the unforgettable event by integrating the many sessions within the unique theaters, colleges and historic venues. The Delray Beach DDA team took part in the informative sessions learning from downtown practitioners from across the globe including Singapore; Cape Town, South Africa; Philadelphia, PA; Tempe, AZ; Oklahoma City, OK; Austin, TX; and the host city New York. Mayor Bloomberg also graced the conference and shared an excellent presentation. It was wonderful to be surrounded by talented and passionate people that are working together to better their DDA represents Delray Beach at the 2013 Intl Downtown Association World Congress Continued on page 20 Continued on page 25

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18 November 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple November 5, 2013 11:30 AM 1:00 PM Nonprot Council Lunch, sponsored and hosted by St. Pauls Episcopal Church, 188 S. Swinton Ave. Nonprots only; related businesses that are for-prot may attend for $10. November 6, 5:00 PM Grand Opening for PurCycle, 101 SE 2nd Avenue, Delray Beach. November 7, 11:30 AM -1:00 PM New Member Orientation Luncheon, upstairs at the Chamber, FREE for New Members enjoy lunch while learning about the Chamber and how to make the most of your new Chamber membership! RSVP required. November 7, 5:00 PM Grand Opening of Supreme Lending, 98 NE 5th Avenue, Delray Beach. 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 13, 5:00 PM Grand Opening of Brain Lane Memory Center, 1200 NW 17th Ave, Suite 12, Delray Beach. November 14, 2013 11:30 AM 1:00 PM Annual Legislative Lunch, Bethesda Memorial Hospital, 2815 S. Seacrest Blvd., Boynton Beach. Learn rst-hand updates and news that may affect your business. Enjoy panel discussion and a question & answer time with members of the Palm Beach County Legislative Delegation.$25 for Members,$30 for Future members, $180 for Table of eight. Register online at delraybeach.com, click on calendar, November 14, click on Legislative Lunch or call the ofce, 561-279-1380 and register with Lynn. November 14, 5:15 7:00 PM Contacts and Cocktails, The Friendship Hall, Church of the Palms Congregational, 1960 N. Swinton Ave. Enjoy delicious appetizers, drinks and networking. $10 in advance, $15 at the door, future members $20. CHAMBER DAY PLANNER Wednesday, November 6 5pm PurCycle Delray Beachs First Indoor Cycling Studio 101 SE 2nd Avenue, Delray Beach Wednesday, November 13 5pm Grand Opening / Ribbon Cutting BrainLane Memory Center 1200 NW 17th Avenue Suite 12 Delray Beach Wednesday, November 20 5pm Grand Opening / Ribbon Cutting Atlantic One Realty Group 302 E Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach Thursday, November 21 5pm Grand Opening / Ribbon Cutting Hair Design Institute 552 E. Woolbright Road, Boynton Beach Tuesday, November 26 5pm Grand Opening / Ribbon Cutting Realty Elite Boca Delray 55 SE 2nd Avenue, Delray Beach Wednesday, December 4 5pm Grand Opening of their new 100 percent Green Facility / Ribbon Cutting Aloha Cleaners 501 NE 2nd Street, Delray Beach Chamber of CommerceGrand Openings and Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies Welcome Back!Eleven Spa (561) 278-1100, 1440 N. Federal Hwy, Delray Beach, FL 33483, www.elevenspadelray.com Salons & Spas Florida Residential Investment Realty (561) 450-6783 21 SE 5th Ave., Ste A, Delray Beach: www.oridaresrealty.com Real Estate / ResidentialNew Members:Ideal Florida Realty LLC (561) 270-3190, 701 SE 6th Ave., Suite 101, Delray Beach: www.idealoridarealty.com Real Estate, Vacation Rentals & Property Management Hard Exercise Works (561) 801-3426, 5195 W. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach: www.hardexerciseworks.com Fitness (Referred by Terra Spero, Real Time Marketing & Woodie McDufe) Grand Canyon University (602) 639-6861, 3300 West Camelback Rd., Phoenix AZ 85017: www.gcu.edu Schools / Higher Education (Local contact, Mitch Katz 954-873-5370) Sandler Training / Lewis Fogel (561) 279-3300, 1690 S. Congress Ave., Ste 205B, Delray Beach: www.sales.sandler.com Zona Fresca (561) 901-9662, 1705 S. Federal Hwy, Ste A1, Delray Beach: www.freshconceptllc.com Restaurants & Bars Florida Environmental, Dale Twiford (561) 689-8911 7257 Westport Place B-100, West Palm Beach: www.orida-environmental.com Pest Control Morgan Stanley Wealth Management / Audrey Snell (561) 620-5008, 1801 N. Military Trail #300, Boca Raton: www.morganstanleyfa.com/audreysnell Financial Planners Image 360 Boca Raton (561) 395-0746, 6560 E. Rogers Circle, Boca Raton: www.image360bocaraton.com Signage The Spa 360 (561) 735-0311, 3975 W. Boynton Beach Blvd, Boynton Beach: www.thespa360.com Salons & Spas Taunton Hill Consultants (402) 630-8263 2758 Hampton Circle West, Delray Beach: www.tauntonhill.com Consultants / Management Fire Rescue Blades of Delray Beach (561) 702-0653, 3209C Spanish Wells Drive, Delray Beach: www.rerescueblades.com Distributors The Working Circle, LLC (520) 275-3112, 14860 Enclave Preserve #T3, Delray Beach: www.theworkingcircle.com Consultants Accessories For U (561) 375-8817, 11061 Bitternut Hickory Ln, Boynton Beach: www.accessoriesforu.com Shopping & Specialty Retail / Jewelry Welcome New Chamber MembersCHAMBER OF COMMERCE NEWS OF NOTEDezzys Second Chance Animal Rescues Bake for the Rescues event isnt until Dec 2, but tickets sell out every year. Get your tickets now, before theyre gone! Cloud Computing Concepts, a leading provider of Cloud-based and on-site technology solutions, services, and management, has relocated its headquarters to Delray Beach! Sandler Training in Delray has two scholarships for veterans of Iraq or Afghanistan who wish to pursue professional selling or sales management. Must be highly motivated and devoted to a career in business development and management. Send a 500 word essay to Lewis Fogel outlining the reasons you should be awarded the scholarship. Upcoming classes for Businesses and Non-Prots Nov 15, 8am-12pm: Boost Your Small & Veteran Owned Business! You are invited to a half day event featuring Representative Bill Hager, District 89, Rick Caldwell, Veteran business owner and winner of the Small Business of the Year Award by the Small Business Administration (SBA), as well as Mr. Rich McClintock, V.P. of Chase Bank who will provide valuable information on the SBA sponsored Patriot Express Loan. This will be a tremendous oppportunity to network with many local business owners who will be able to share with you their experiences during the Exhibition session. FREE. Community and business leaders are still needed for Delray Reads Day on Wednesday, Nov 13. The Chamber fully supports Delray Reads Day, please join our members, board, and staff in elementary school classrooms across Delray, reading to children from 9:30 to 10:30am. Learn more or sign up at www.delrayreads.org or contact Janet Meeks at 561-243-7231. Reminder to Contact Delray Beach Chamber of CommerceContacts & Cocktails at Tim FinnegansAve Maria Ofce Suites CHAMBER OPENING SCENES N2 Winebar at the Hyatt Annual Legislative LuncheonOn Thursday, November 14, 2013, Bethesda Hospital East will host the Annual Legislative Luncheon presented by the Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce. The Palm Beach County Legislative Delegation in attendance for lunch will share their perspective on issues at the state and local level with an audience of local leaders. This luncheon provides an opportunity for voters of the local business community to obtain rst-hand information relevant to the Florida business climate. During this event, the Legislators will participate in a panel discussion while responding to questions from audience members. This event is open to the public. Seating is limited and on a rst come, rst served basis and has sold out quickly in past years! Please be sure to get your seat reserved. Input from citizens is crucial to a properly functioning government process. This luncheon will be held from 11:30am-1:00pm at Bethesda Hospital East at 2815 S. Seacrest Blvd in Boynton Beach, in the Clayton Conference Center. Cost of the luncheon is $25.00 per Chamber member or $180 for a table of 8 people. Future Chamber members are $30.00. To reserve your seat please contact Patty Reed, Program Services Director, Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce Phone: (561) 278-0424x13 Email: patty@delraybeach.comWELCOME NEW CHAMBER BOARD MEMBERSEach year the Board of Directors of the Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce elects seven (7) members to serve on the Board for a three (3) year term beginning January 1st. About this time a month ago, we asked for your nominations. We received the largest response with some of the most talented nominees in some years! A big THANK YOU to all who made nominations, and to all of the nominees. Although it was difcult to narrow down the list, the nominating committee and incoming Chairman of the Board Scott Porten would like to introduce the following nominees as your 2014-2016 Board Members: WELCOME! Christina Morrison (returning), Carmel Real Estate & Management Joe Gillie (returning), Delray Center for the Arts Jeremy Ofce, Maclendon W ealth Management Sarah Martin, Elev8 Sports Institute Scott Kennedy Union Restaurant Michael Greene, Spodak Dental Group Roger Kirk, Bethesda Hospital System Per the Chamber bylaws, these nominees, at the expiration of 10 days from this mailing, will be presented to the Chamber Board of Directors for conrmation unless a counter nomination by petition is made to the Chamber Board of Directors. Such nomination by petition must be made by any 20 members in good standing, in writing, over their signatures, and led with the Chairperson or the President and CEO within the said 10 days.

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20 November 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple to a small, semi-private retail space where a communal table offers room for tastings and pairing events. With a casual-cool vibe, its a space that encourages patrons to meander and mingle. If youre more about being served than self-serve, and prefer the guidance of an oenophile, the same machines are located behind the bar where eight additional bottles rotate weekly, while a separate retail space gives customers the opportunity to sample, purchase and take home. It will also be a place to partake in a wine ight or two. And although the focus is on the wine, N2 will also be serving craft beers and cider by the bottle, as well as a small menu of gourmet meats, cheeses and small plates. Part of the concept means there will also be plenty of wine education, added Voss, which includes regular wine tastings held every other Wednesday at 7 p.m., as well as wine classes on Sunday at 2 p.m. A $15 fee will get you entry to tastings and classes unless otherwise advertised, and the fee will be waived if you purchase any bottle at $15 or more. N2 will also have a sommelier on hand for one night each month where collectors can break out their favorite bottles to share with like-minded wine professionals. N2 Winebar is located adjacent to The Hyatt Place in Pineapple Grove in Delray Beach at 104 NE Second Ave. For more information visit the website at www. n2winebar.com, or call 561-278-6802.N2 WINEBAR continued from page 17 N2 Winebar uses an Enomatic wine preservation and dispensing system. ART MUSIC ETC. ART MUSIC ETC.

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com N ovember 2013 21 DELRAY BEACH CENTER FOR THE ARTS SELECTS POWER PLAY MARKETING DELRAY BEACH, FL Power Play Marketing is proud to announce that Delray Beach Center for the Arts at Old School Square has joined Power Play Marketings growing list of Delray Beach and South Florida clientele. Delray Beach Center for the Arts chose to partner with Power Play Marketing to manage their internet marketing. This includes local search engine optimization (also known as local SEO), Google+ Local, and on-site optimization. Delray Beach Center for the Arts recognized Power Play Marketing as the premier South Florida SEO company and the perfect t for their needs. The goal of the local SEO campaign is to enhance the visibility of the many programs offered at the Center on leading search engines such as Google, Bing, and Yahoo. Located in the heart of downtown Delray Beach, this award-winning nationally recognized arts center, formerly known as Old School Square Cultural Arts Center, successfully combined historic preservation and the arts to become the catalyst for the 1990s renaissance of downtown Delray Beach. The campus includes the charming Cornell Museum of Art and American Culture (c. 1913); the intimate, 323-seat Crest Theatre (c. 1925); the Vintage Gymnasium (c. 1925; the School of Creative Arts, which is housed in the Crest Theatre classrooms; and The Pavilion, which opened in 2002. Jeff Klein, President of Power Play Marketing said, We are very excited to be working with Delray Beach Center for the Arts. The Center is located in the heart of our city and offers amazing programming including musical theater, special events, outdoor concerts, museum exhibits, and classes for both adults and children. Its our hope that our SEO efforts will result in an increased involvement from the community with everything the Delray Beach Center for the Arts has to offer. Power Play Marketing is an Internet marketing company based in Delray Beach, FL. They provide Mobile Marketing (Mobile Websites, Mobile Apps, SMS), Internet Marketing (Local SEO, National SEO), Reputation Marketing, and Web Design services to small and mid-sized businesses. Clients include local and national businesses, organizations, and sports gures such as Duke Basketball Coach, Mike Krzyzewski, and Harvard Basketball Coach, Tommy Amaker. For more information on Delray Beach Center for the Arts at Old School Square, please visit http://DelrayArts.org For more information on Power Play Marketing, please visit http:// powerplaymarketing.com DR. ALLA WEISZ JOINS THE STAFF OF GENESIS COMMUNITY HEALTH BOYNTON BEACH, FL Dr. Alla Weisz, the most recent addition to the medical staff at Genesis Community Health, has a special afnity for the patients who rely upon community health clinics for their healthcare needs. In some cases, as their primary care physician, she has found she is the rst person to have a prolonged conversation with them about their health and how to care for their bodies. Once that connection is established, clinic patients seem to return religiously to report their progress and conrm that her work is making a difference, she said. Among this patient base, Dr. Weisz tries to change their perception of their options. They believe they have limited resources, and that its much easier to go to McDonalds and get a hamburger, but it doesnt cost that much more to make your own meal, which is healthier and more wholesome, she said. I teach them how to take care of themselves. In many cases, it has never been explained to them how what they eat affects their blood sugar. Once they understand, they begin to monitor what they eat. Dr. Weisz brings more than 30 years of medical experience to her new role. She earned her medical degree and completed a residency in ophthalmology from Odessa State Medical Institute in the Ukraine, before continuing her education at Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, completing residencies in preliminary surgery and family practice. She served as staff physician and Medical Director at Hazel Dell Primary and Immediate Care Center in Carmel, Indiana, before moving to Palm Beach County in 2008 to work as a staff physician for MD Now Urgent Care Center in West Palm Beach. A West Palm Beach resident, Dr. Weisz is married with three sons, ages 25, 13 and 10. TIGER 21 SELECTS BARRY R. EPSTEIN ASSOCIATES FOR PUBLIC RELATIONS The Investment Group for Enhanced Results in the 21st Century, better known as TIGER 21 the premier peer-to-peer network for ultra-high-net-worth investors has selected Barry R. Epstein Associates to represent them on the Gold Coast with Public Relations and marketing. TIGER 21s over 220 Members collectively manage more than $20 billion in investable assets. TIGER 21 Members, who have risen to exceptional heights within corporations or are entrepreneurs and have built and sold successful businesses, join TIGER 21 because they recognize these same business skills rarely translate into successfully managing ones personal assets. Founded in 1999, TIGER 21 has groups in New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Miami, Washington D.C., Dallas, Calgary, Vancouver, Toronto, and Montreal. It plans to launch a group in Palm Beach on December 5, 2013. The Members focus not only on improving their investment acumen, but also on leveraging the power of their wealth and networks for philanthropy, business opportunities, estate planning, and raising socially responsible children. TIGER 21s success is built upon Members willingness to share their best thinking, experience, curiosity, and vast networks with their fellow group Members, as well as the entire TIGER 21 community. The core of the TIGER 21 experience is what occurs in group meetings, which are completely condential and chaired by highly successful business leaders who facilitate the meetings. TIGER 21 meetings provide a unique forum for candid discussions and peer-to-peer learning among individuals facing the challenges and opportunities of managing their wealth. Members sharpen their investment acumen through critique and coaching, as well as exploring common issues of wealth preservation, estate planning and family dynamics. The range of expertise and investment styles shared in a condential and intimate environment of trust and transparency, offers Members unique insights and immeasurable value not found anywhere else. Members ages vary signicantly. From young professionals in their early thirties to active and retired business owners in their eighties, the diversity of age ranges contributes signicantly to the TIGER 21 learning environment. We are pleased to have Barry Epstein Associates as part of our team, said Alison Smith, Director of Member Relations for TIGER 21. Charles Garcia, who chairs the South Florida Chapter added, I have worked with Barry Epstein for over a decade and know that he will be an asset with the thousands of relationships he has garnered over the years. biz briefs BOYNTON BEACH BOWERS PARK $239,000This This 1928 home was built during the mission revival architectural movement and is still inspiring builders today! If you are looking for charm look no further this house has it all! This Spanish style home features 2bd/2ba downstairs and includes an additional 3rd bedroom and/or office upstairs. The moment you walk through the beautifully appointed arched pecky cypress front door you will see that this home has the this home has the right balance between historic significance and modern convenience. With its bright open floor plan, high ceilings, arched doorways, built in book cases, original in-laid hardwood floors and romantic fireplace it s hard not to fall in love. Old world charm meets modern living! For more information or to schedule a private showing please call Noelle McIntyre. JUST LISTED JUST LISTED JUST LISTED SOLD! SOLD! SHOWCASE 100 NE 5th Ave | Delray Beach, FL 33483 Office: 561-266-3119 Fax: 561-491-5178 TrueFloridianRealty.com TrueFloridianRealty@gmail.com

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22 November 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple Thursday morning gathering has been going strong in Delray Beach for 20 yearsDELRAY BEACH, FL The Prosperity Coffee is prosperous itself! Into its 20th year, this group that focuses on well-being in every area of life meets Thursday mornings from 7 to 8 a.m., and now also at lunchtime 12:15 to 1:15 p.m., at Unity of Delray Beach in its Mary Kupferle Fellowship Hall. Over the past two decades the groups has grown from a solid 1518 attendees to the current 35-80 who gather at each meeting each week. There is no fee or charge. A love offering is collected. The theme today is the same as its rst event in February 1994 Rev. Nancy Norman, senior minister of the non-denominational church, presents a lesson using a solid, inspiring book that connects to prosperity in all phases of life. This includes spiritual, emotional, physical, nancial, psychological, professional, occupational and so on. Those attending have a chance to share ideas as well. Coffee, tea, and goodies are served. ( ( Lots of now good friends have met for the rst time through this group, and you dont have to be a member of the church to be a part of this either. The typical source book is covered a chapter at a time, extending sometimes for several months. The current book is the Wallace D. Wattles classic, The Science of Getting Rich. Many longtime participants have said this hour sets the tone for their coming week; most regulars try not to miss Prosperity as they call it for short. Among the comments from attendees: For me, Prosperity Coffee has become a fountain to which I return ( to be refreshed. Dan Carballeira, Lantana, FL. ( ( Prosperity Coffee is a dynamic opportunity towards wholeness. ( Bob McCann, Delray Beach, FL ( ( Ive been attending meetings and groups for more than 60 years. This is the best group and helps me more than any Ive ever attended! John R. Spannuth, Delray Beach ( ( Its about friendship; being with likeminded people. Bob Hausbach, West Palm Beach ( ( About Unity of Delray Beach Visitors and guests of all faiths are welcome. There is no admission charge to any activities; a free will love offering is collected. ( Unity of Delray Beach is located at 101 NW 22nd St. at Swinton Ave. For more information call the church ofce Mon. through Thurs., 10 to 4, at 561-276-5796. By Harvey Brown Special to The Pineapple Question: Does it matter if I hire a contractor who does not have general liability or workers compensation coverage? Answer: It makes a big difference to hire a contractor with the proper insurance. I am aware of a number of instances where a contractor would advertise licensed and insured to the public when they in fact did not possess the proper contracting license or the proper Commercial Liability Insurance the public was being led to believe. I know of a couple of cases where the contractors drivers licenses was their justication for the licensed claim and their basic auto insurance justied their insured claim. The problem is, neither justication will help the home or business owner who hires these people when a problem arises due to faulty work or negligence. Contractors who responsibly run their businesses and carry full insurance may cost more but they are doing the public a favor by providing protection when a claim happens. Some of these claims can involve huge sums of money. We encourage everyone to hire properly licensed contracting professionals who have Commercial General Liability Insurance and (if necessary) Workers Compensation Insurance. We have seen many cases where a friend or neighbor hired a handyman or a lawn service which was not properly insured. Our friend paid dearly when an accident or mistake happened and there was no coverage in effect to help the injured party. The possibilities for loss caused by contractor negligence or malpractice are endless and they include damage to your home or building by the contractor or worse, injury to you or someone else by the contractor in the course of their work. I recall one case about 10 years ago where an uninsured handyman gave the low bid to construct some kitchen cabinets for a friend. A few years after installation, the cabinets fell off of the wall in one large crash injuring two neighbors at the house for a party. There was no coverage available from the handyman and it ended up costing the homeowner dearly for the injuries sustained by their (now former) friends. Cheap prices are a seductive lure to uninsured contractors but try to remember that you can pay a bit more up front for a true professional or you can pay a lot more later if a claim occurs due to negligence by an uninsured contractor. Go the extra mile when hiring a contractor by asking to see their Certicate of Insurance showing their insurance companies, coverages, and effective dates of coverage. Also ask to be added to their Commercial General Liability insurance as an Additional Insured. This ounce of protection on your part up front may save you paying a pound of cure later! Next Month: Does your auto insurance protect you when renting a car?The Harvey L. Brown Agency are experts in auto, home, business, life/health and represent over 40 companies. If you have questions or concerns about your insurance, call 561-276-0369 Monday-Friday 9-5pm. DID YOU EVER WONDER ? Insurance Q & A By Andrea Hoffer Special to The Pineapple The best way to build loyalty and increase productivity from your team is to recognize and thank them for their contributions. This isnt a new or brilliant concept. We all know this, but how often do you actually take the time to thank your employees? When I ask my clients how often they show their employees how much they appreciate them, I often hear that they always make sure to say thank you. The words, thank you, are important. How much more powerful would these words sound if they were accompanied by other thoughts of appreciation? Here are some ideas to get you started: Write a brief thank you note. Take a few minutes to write a thank you note to an employee. Be specic. Let your employee know what they did that you appreciate. Include with the note your employees favorite coffee drink or chocolate bar to make the thank you more special. If your business or organization has core values, tie your thank you to one of your core values. Print thank you cards that list your core values and use these cards for all of your thank you notes. This will not only show your employees how much you appreciate them, but will also reinforce the behavior you want to see again in the future. Celebrate successes Recognize when your team reaches a goal, nishes a big project, or successfully completes a difcult month. It is so easy to jump right into the next project without taking a moment to celebrate what was accomplished. Celebrations could take the form of a ve minute recognition and round of applause or something bigger. The purpose is to acknowledge the accomplishment. Recognize tenure Employees often remember the date they were hired. Add your employees employment anniversaries to your calendars. A note of, Happy Anniversary! Thank you for being a part of our team for years, can make an employee feel special. Say, Happy Birthday How good does it feel when someone remembers your birthday? Mark your calendar with your employees birthdays and be sure to wish them well on their day. Want to do something extra special? Send your employees a card to their homes on their birthday. Online services, like sendoutcards.com, make it easy to pick out cards and schedule the delivery. You can even add your logo or a picture of you and your team member. Reward employees through contests Contests can add an aspect of fun to the workplace. Create contests around sales or work goals. Competition between departments or even individuals in a department works well. The prizes dont have to be costly. The reward of being the winner provides motivation by itself. Services like Crewhu.com make it easy to create and keep track of your contests. This online system allows you to customize your contests and prize selections while providing an online billboard with contest results. Contact stephen@crewhu.com if you would like a free demo. How are YOU going to say thank you to your team members today? Andrea Hoffer brings a unique perspective to consulting and training. A small business owner with 35 employees herself, she knows rst hand the everyday challenges of motivating employees, exceeding customer expectations, and meeting business and revenue goals. Contact Andrea to help you improve the experience you offer your customers and employees. www.andreahofferassociates.com 561-829-5611 andrea@andreahofferassociates.com Helpful business hints from Delray Beach Chamber membersHow do YOU say thank you? Call Kylee at 561-542-3838 to advertise today! The Pineappledelray beach newspaper THE MARTEL TEAM Steve Martel, Realtor Lori Martel Pam HalbergFull time licensed agent since 1996 Bringing People Home in Delray Beach.Cell: 561-573-3728 Cell: 561-573-3728 steveandlorimartel@yahoo.com www.steveandlorimartel.com RE/Max Advantage Plus 900 Atlantic Ave. East #10 Delray Beach, Fl 33483 HOME CONSTRUCTION NEW COMING SOON! ARTISTS RENDERING CALL FOR MORE INFORMATION

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com N ovember 2013 23 CBRE ARRANGES SALE OF DELRAY BEACH WAREHOUSE Delray Beach, FL CBRE has arranged the sale of a Class A ofce/warehouse building in Delray Beach, Florida. The 18,876-squarefoot building on 2.49 acres at 735 SW 15th Avenue sold for $1,510,080, or $80 per square foot, to QH Holdings, LLC. RQ Building Products, a home building products supplier, intends to occupy the building beginning in October. CBRE represented the buyer. Owner/user buildings like this one in Palm Beach County are becoming more difcult to acquire because the cost of industrial land and construction is steep, said CBRE Vice President Owen Sagar. The Class A building consists of 14,500 square feet of warehouse space with 30 clear height and 4,613 square feet of ofces with quality nishes. The property also has over an acre of paved land which is ideal for any user needing outside space for vehicles and equipment. Additionally, the entire property is completely fenced, adding extra security to the site. OCEAN CAPITAL LENDING, LLC EXPANDS ITS RESIDENTIAL LENDING PRODUCT LINE DELRAY BEACH, FL Ocean Capital Lending, LLC, a leading mortgage company focused on originating commercial and residential mortgage loans for its clients, announced their expanded residential mortgage products: FHA/VA Loans Down to 500 Credit Score Fannie HomeStyle and HomePath Renovation Jumbo Mortgages up to $20 Million 2nd Chance Mortgage Programs (Prior BK, Foreclosures, Short-Sale OK) Bank Statement Mortgages for Self-Employed Portfolio Construction Mortgage/Speculative Projects Investment Residential Bridge up to 80% LTC Foreign National Financing Condo, Condo-tel and Co-op Loans Land and Lot Financing These enhanced residential lending projects are designed to enable mortgage customers seeking to purchase primary or investment properties, the capabilities outside the traditional lending box which they may not otherwise qualify. This also opens the door for larger purchases and renances that may not have been possible. With the scarcity of jumbo, portfolio and niche lending, our focus has always been to bridge the gap of innovative lending products to our clients in these tightened capital markets, said Matthew Bowman, Vice President of Ocean Capital Lending, LLC. For more information, please visit www. oceancapitallending.com, Company NMLS #392165). CLOUD COMPUTING CONCEPTS (C3) MOVES HEADQUARTERS TO DOWNTOWN DELRAY BEACH, FL Cloud Computing Concepts (C3) -a leading provider of Cloud-based and on-site technology solutions, services, and management for organizations nationwide -has relocated its headquarters to Delray Beach in the heart of the citys downtown district at 110 East Atlantic Avenue, Suite 420. The new penthouse level 2,500-square-foot facility will include a 24x7 Network Operations Center, a state-of-the-art technology demonstration lab, and several additional seats for C3s expanding technical support team. Our move to Delray is a strategic step up for us, noted C3 CEO Rick Mancinelli. The city is focused on attracting fast growing and economically relevant companies, with a particular interest in technology rms such as ours. He continued, More importantly, the vibrant downtown location provides a fantastic environment for our employees, prospects, and clients alike. The move is the latest of several expansions for the fast-growing and awardwinning rm. In the past 18 months, the company has added an additional data center in New York City and several new highly skilled network engineers. C3 has also rolled out new services -including a high-performance Cloud-based disaster recovery and business continuity solution -to meet the evolving needs of its burgeoning client base. Soon, C3 will also announce the availability of its third data center in Miami, Fla. and will then turn its sights to opening its fourth just outside of Las Vegas, Nevada. To learn more about C3 and how its unique combination of Cloud-based solutions and on-site support can help organizations grow and prosper, visit www.c3ofce.com or call (561) 939-4035. real estate briefsFloridas housing market continued upswing in AugustORLANDO, FL Floridas housing market continued its positive trend in August with increased closed sales, higher median prices, more pending sales and a stable supply of homes for sale, according to the latest housing data released by Florida Realtors. Both sales and prices demonstrate that Floridas housing market is growing and continuing to gain strength, says 2013 Florida Realtors President Dean Asher, broker-owner with Don Asher & Associates Inc. in Orlando. The growth in jobs and other positive signs are putting buyers at ease with how the economy is progressing. At the same time, prices are encouraging sellers to get off the fence and helping to ease inventory pressures. August is the 20th month in a row that weve seen the statewide single-family home median sales price increase year-over-year. Statewide closed sales of existing singlefamily homes totaled 20,933 in August, up 12.5 percent compared to the year-ago gure, according to data from Florida Realtors Industry Data and Analysis department in partnership with local Realtor boards/ associations. Closed sales typically occur 30 to 90 days after sales contracts are written. Meanwhile, pending sales contracts signed but not yet completed or closed for existing single-family homes rose 17.2 percent over the previous August. The statewide median sales price for single-family existing homes last month was $175,000, up 18.6 percent from the previous year. According to the National Association of Realtors (NAR), the national median sales price for existing single-family homes in July 2013 was $214,000, up 13.5 percent from the previous year. In California, the statewide median sales price for single-family existing homes in July was $433,760; in Massachusetts, it was $350,000; in Maryland, it was $286,758; and in New York, it was $241,947. The median is the midpoint; half the homes sold for more, half for less. Housing industry analysts note that sales of foreclosures and other distressed properties downwardly distort the median price because they generally sell at a discount relative to traditional homes. Looking at townhouse-condos, a total of 9,491 units sold statewide last month, up 6.3 percent from August 2012. Meanwhile, pending sales for townhouse-condos last month increased 11.6 percent year-to-year. The statewide median price for townhousecondo properties was $130,000, up 25.2 percent over the previous year. NAR reported that the national median existing condo price in July 2013 was $209,600. The inventory for single-family homes stood at a 5.1-months supply in August; inventory for townhouse-condos was at a 5.2-months supply, according to Florida Realtors. The most striking feature of this months data relates to new listings and inventory, says Florida Realtors Chief Economist Dr. John Tuccillo. Each month in 2013 has seen a rise year-over-year in new listings for both single family homes and townhouses and condos, with the exception of March for condo/townhomes. Balancing out the growth in closed sales, the increase in new listings has contributed to steady inventory. Singlefamily-home inventory is now at 5.1 months for August 2013, after holding steady at a 5-months supply in May through July. Condo/ townhome inventory remains at a 5.2 months supply for the third month in a row. Combined with a relative decline in cash sales, this suggests that the pressure on inventories that has plagued the Florida market may be easing. According to Freddie Mac, the interest rate for a 30-year xed-rate mortgage averaged 4.46 percent in August 2013, up from the 3.60 percent average recorded during the same month a year earlier. To see the full statewide housing activity reports, go to Florida Realtors Media Center under Latest Releases, or download the August 2013 data report PDFs under Market Data on Florida Realtors website. Delray Beach Town of Palm Beach Palm Beach Gardens (561) 819-6208 info@blgfl.com How To Sell A House That Didnt SellPALM BEACH COUNTY, FL If your home has just come off the market and hasnt sold, dont be discouraged. The reason your home did not sell may have nothing to do with your home or the market. In reality, your home may have been one of the more desirable properties for sale. So Why Didnt Your Home Sell? Last year many of the homes listed for sale never sold at all, and many sellers found that there was a tremendous amount a homeowner needed to be educated on to sell their home for top dollar in the shortest time period. Dont risk making the wrong choices and losing both time and money on your investment. Before you hire a realtor, know the right questions to ask to save you time and money. Industry experts have prepared a free special report called How to Sell a House that Didnt Sell which educates you on the issues involved. To hear a brief re-corded message about how to order your FREE copy of this re-port call toll-free 1-800-554-4052 and enter 8512. You can call any time, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Get your free special report NOW to make sure your home sells the next time you list it for sale.This report is courtesy of Steve Savage, RE/MAX Advantage Plus. Not intended to solicit buyers or sellers currently under contract. Copyright [C]2013

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24 November 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple By Jeremy Ofce Special to The PineappleI think we have all been there. You get in the car for your morning commute, turn on the radio and hear the same five or 10 songs every single day on rotation. With all the artists in the world, why am I listening to the same songs over and over? One way to tackle this musical conundrum is to break out the trusty old CD collectionresurrect some of the tunes that you havent heard in a while. As you begin your symphonic journey that song playsU Cant Touch This by MC Hammer. This song was beyond popular, but as MC Hammers life took twists and turns, it almost became embarrassing to listen to it. But your foot is tapping and you cant help but wonder if this isnt part of your music allocation. Investors believe that emerging markets offer a more compelling growth story than developed markets. As emerging markets experience rapid growth, it is usually accompanied by a rise in industrialization and an expanding middle class. The most commonly known emerging markets are Brazil, Russia, India and China. This group of countries was coined the BRICs by former Goldman Sachs Asset Management Chairman Jim ONeill in 2001. Today, emerging markets have expanded beyond the BRICs and now include what some call the Next Eleven or N-11. These 11 countries are regarded as having the highest potential to become global economic powerhouses over the next century. The N-11 consists of Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Turkey, South Korea and Vietnam. Over the past decade, the economic growth in emerging markets has outpaced that of developed markets. Investors look to emerging markets for the opportunity to reap outsized gains on global growth. If you could handle the volatility, this has played out well for you. In recent years (and particularly in the past few months) emerging markets have come under tremendous pressure. A global accommodative stance on monetary policy has made traditional sources of yield less attractive. As the Fed established quantitative easing (QE) and artificially pushed rates to historical lows, investors pumped over $1 trillion into emerging market economies in a search for yield. These flows created cheap external funding, which pushed domestic interest rates lower and led to rapid domestic credit growth, consumption and investment. When the possibility of Fed tapering began to seem more like reality than speculation, demand almost instantly dried up as higher interest rates limited the ability for emerging economies to finance their growth. This led to slowing growth and the destabilization of currencies worldwide, which caused emerging market stocks to sell off against the backdrop of higher rates and a stronger dollar. Recent global economic and financial concerns have also resulted in attractive emerging market equity valuations, especially relative to their potential for growth. With all of todays headline risks, emerging markets may continue to underperform this market, but in the future they have the most growth potential. As developed markets are expected to experience subdued growth, (approximately 2.0%.5% growth in the United States, flat-to-negative growth in Europe and 1%.5% growth in Japan), investors are drawn to the potential growth opportunities in emerging markets. With growth comes urbanization and with that, the transition from rural to urban areas. Coinciding with urbanization is the need for infrastructure such as highways, housing, schools, utilities and public transportation. As emerging markets experience growth, we expect a large and fast-growing middle class to emerge as a meaningful consumer force. We see this as a major tailwind for emerging markets and a catalyst for future investment. As global economies and capital markets become increasingly cohesive, emerging markets are expected to play a larger role as a source of growth. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) expects emerging markets to grow by 5% this year and 5.4% next year. This is about four times as fast as developed markets. The IMG also expects that more than 70% of the worlds growth will come from emerging markets. As demographics evolve in emerging markets, growth in population, increases in consumption, and gains in productivity should continue to drive and support these economies. With all the recent news on the reemerging markets, you might think, U Cant Touch This. But emerging markets shouldnt go in a box in the back of your allocation closet. Understanding how these markets work and what type of environments are best for them will allow this investment vehicle to remain in your rotation. With proper long-term asset allocation, you can touch emerging markets. 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 Re-Emerging Markets: A New Twist on an Old Song A DIVAS DREAM A Local Oprah among us!BOCA RATON, FL, October 23, 2013 One Divas dream leads to a fullthriving business. Debbie Shulman, owner and president of Home Party Divas, has committed herself to the empowerment of thousands of women entrepreneurs who dreamt of owning their own business and becoming nancially free. Just two short years ago, Mrs. Shulman, mother of four, started Home Party Divas (HPD) with the determination of impacting the direct selling industry with a blueprint in organizational promotion and a business building program to ensure higher sales volume. The concept is quite simple and has since seen rapid growth: business-minded women unite within a supportive community forum. With three Diva membership options, women receive nancial skills & sales training, mentorship opportunities, relationship building, business workshops, and a business starter kit including a listing on the web sites Diva Mall, event planning guide and a platform to market their business. To date, Shulman has supported over 100 women establishing nation-wide groups in South Florida, South Carolina, Washington, DC, New York and Texas. The line of communication is wide open and purchases ensue over the internet throughout the country on www.homepartydivas.net. I felt in my heart there needed to be something more to benet the home-based, direct sales business industry, said Debbie, and seeing positive women from HPD who want to genuinely help and support each other, is my dream come true. UPCOMING EVENTS: Diva Style Quarter Auction: November 21, 2013, 6:30-9:30pm at The Loft, 530 NW 77th St Boca Raton, FL 33487. A wildly unique and creative event offering the public an occasion to purchase, bid and win amazing products sold by members of the HPD. Entrance is free. Paddles for the quarter auction are sold at the door with proceeds going to the Olivia Grace Armand Foundation. Participants may browse vendor tables, win individual vendor prizes, join the 50/50 cash rafe, enjoy refreshments and lite bites, and bid on gift baskets for just quarters! In addition: rafe tickets are provided every time $10 is spent at a vendors table. The value of prizes won is $20 and above. For more information on any of these events please visit: www.homepartydivas.net or call 866-524-8884. Email direct at: Info@ homepartydivas.com An integral member of the rm and Delray Beach community since 1987, partner Jess Sowards serves as a member of the Delray Beach Board of Adjustment, the Boca Raton Community Appearance Board and the Delray Beach Rotary. He formerly served as Chair of the Delray Beach Planning and Zoning Board and the Delray Beach Site Plan Review and Appearance Board; President of the AIAs Palm Beach County Chapter; and a member of the Pineapple Grove Main Street Design Committee. Jesss vision for the City of Delray Beach is simple and eloquently expressed. The beauty of this city is the diversity of its residents. I think we need to seize the opportunity to develop and build upon the past. The success of Atlantic Avenue serves as a gateway and road map to the citys future. The possibilities and design potential are endless and we are so pleased to be a part of this vibrant Citys enviable past and continued resurgence, said Sowards. Jos Aguila has been a member of the CSA organization since 1976 and has overseen the implementation of more than $50 million worth of capital improvement projects in the City of Delray Beach. He currently serves as Vice Chair of the Delray Beach Site Plan Review and Appearance Board, serves on the Palm Beach County Planning Board, and is a former City Commissioner and Vice Mayor of Boynton Beach. Community outreach and support is encouraged throughout the rm. Senior Architect Choli Aronson serves on the Delray Beach Housing Authority Board and over the past eight years has made substantial contributions to the rm and community. Choli recently oversaw the rms design concepts for West Atlantic Avenues redevelopment through the Community Redevelopment Agency. Honored with more than 65 building and planning design awards, the rm in 2000 was presented with the Firm of the Year Award by the Florida Association of the American Institute of Architects. In 2002, Bob received the prestigious Gold Medal Award from the Palm Beach Chapter of the AIA in recognition of his contributions to the architectural profession. In 2005, he received the Presidents Award for Architect of the Year for his special contributions to the profession through excellence in design, service to the chapter and in raising public awareness of the role of architecture in the community. In 2008, he was recognized with the architectural professions highest honor when he was elevated to Fellow by the American Institute of Architects. Currie Sowards Aguila has been recognized for decades as a community-minded team of professionals, whose vision for the City of Delray Beach is unication. The impact they have made on the community should serve as an inspiration to local businesses. Currie Sowards Aguila Architects has found professional success as a highly respected architectural rm in the state of Florida, but what has dened their legacy is the contribution they have made within the local Delray Beach community: giving back, by design.GIVING BACK continued from page 17

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com N ovember 2013 25 YOURSELF Google If your competition is showing up before you do, they are probably using us. Tilson PR named public relations agency of Delray Beach Open by The Venetian Las VegasBoca Raton based agency expands with internationally viewed eventBOCA RATON, FL Tilson PR, a full-service public relations and social media agency, is pleased to announce their appointment as agency of record for the Delray Beach Open by The Venetian Las Vegas. Tilson PR will be responsible for building awareness with special focus in the lifestyle and travel industries leading up to and throughout the 10-day tennis tournament, which draws thousands of spectators to enjoy top-ranking tennis players competing in one of the most intimate and fan-friendly tournaments in professional sports. We are thrilled to ofcially be a part of such a long-standing successful event hosted right in our backyard, said Tracy Tilson, founder and president of Tilson PR. Being based in a top travel destination allows the Tilson team to reach not only South Floridians, but domestic and international travelers looking forward to an entertainment lled event such as the Delray Beach Open. The 22-year-old event will kick off on Valentines Day and Presidents Day weekend, running through February 23rd, with the Venetian Las Vegas secured as the presenting sponsor. The Las Vegas luxury hotel companys afliation, as well as Tilson PRs outreach for the event, will usher in a new era, which includes future Hall of Famer Andy Roddick making his ATP Champions Tour debut in the city where he played his rst professional tournament as an 18-year-old. We have a fantastic roster of players and tons of new exciting events and entertainment planned during this years tournament, said tournament founder and director Mark Baron. We did research and the Tilson PR team was the right t to grow the connection between the Delray Beach Open, our fans and the community. The tennis events weekly attendance has doubled to more than 60,000 spectators during its rst 15 years in Delray Beach thanks to the addition of an ATP Champions Tour tournament in 2010 that has created the worlds only combined ATP World Tour and ATP Champions Tour event. In 2014, the Delray Beach Open by The Venetians reach will grow to 40 plus hours of live domestic HD TV coverage domestically and 52 hours of live international coverage over the seven days. About Tilson PR Tilson PR, headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, is a results-oriented public relations rm engaged in helping clients reach their core constituents through strategic, integrated marketing tactics. Tilsons team steers clients through todays media-driven world by creating opportunities that advance their clients business objectives and further enhance their brand. Established in 1990, the rm offers a full-service marketing menu including media relations, social media, community outreach, special events and promotions, copywriting and design services and more. For more information, please call (561) 998-1995 or visit www.tilsonpr.com. About the Delray Beach Open By the Venetian Las Vegas The Delray Beach Open By the Venetian Las Vegas is the only ATP tournament in the world featuring an ATP Champions Tour event and an ATP World Tour event in the same week at the same venue. When the 10day event gets underway February 14-23 at the Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis Center in Delray Beach, Florida, its ATP World Tour tournament will be celebrating its 16th year in Delray Beach and the ATP Champions Tour will celebrates its 5th year. The Delray Beach Open attracts thousands of visitors to Delray Beach, Rand McNallys Most Fun Small Town in America, and Palm Beach County each year. Visitors will enjoy viewing some of the best tennis players in the world in one of the most intimate and fan-friendly venues in professional sports. The Delray Beach Open is one of 12 events in the United States on the global ATP World Tour and one of 62 worldwide, and its inaugural ATP Champions Tour event in 2010 was the rstever played on US soil. For more information, please visit www.YellowTennisBall.com. SHOP SMALL IN DOWNTOWN DELRAY BEACH This November, the Downtown Development Authority of Delray Beach encourages the public to shop local and support the community. Downtown Delray Beach is lled with over 400 small businesses from fashion boutiques, ne art galleries with local artists, one of a kind specialty shops and salons, making Delray Beach the best place to shop local. This historic downtown has been the canvas for the small business owner since the early 1900s, drawing independent retailers and restaurateurs to the downtown to start their business and create their legacy. Delray Beach is a community that is lled with pride and rich with a strong sense of community which makes celebrating shopping local a natural t. During the month of November, in conjunction with the American Express Small Business Saturday Shop Small movement, the DDA takes this month to promote the many wonderful and unique small businesses that truly are the heart of the community. The businesses along Atlantic Avenue and throughout Pineapple Grove are signing up with American Express Shop Small to provide the shopping credit to the customer as well as creating other special offers and events to reward the customers for shopping small! This month is not just about Small Business Saturday, but about supporting the local businesses, expresses Marjorie Ferrer, Exec. Director, DDA. We have mom and pop shops that have been a part of the fabric of our downtown for almost 80 years such as Hands Stationers, Delray Camera Shop and Avalon Gallery and some that have recently invested into the neighborhood like Sequin, Ginjers, and The Juicebuzz, so November is the perfect time for us to celebrate them all. Some of the special highlights for the month are: The Olive Taste of Delray Beach offering gift with purchase MintFit 111 will be offering a discount to those who shop local and show their receipts at the gym Sheas Bakery is offering for the entire month discounts to small business owners on their baked goods orders Wine Tasting events at The Wine Wave Special Book Signing events at the local bookstore, Murder on the Beach Bookstore Open Studio Events and Hair Salon Special Events happening throughout the month We encourage the public to take this opportunity to visit these corner-stones of the community, meet the merchants that have made the neighborhood your neighborhood. For more information about Shop Local Month in Downtown Delray Beach visit www.downtowndelraybeach.com and join the conversation at #ishopdelray. communities from the way the garbage is picked up to implementing programs to assist with the documenting the value of the Downtown, says Laura Simon, Associate Director, DDA. The Delray Beach DDA has been a member of the International Downtown Association for over 15 years and has been collaborating with the organization and its members to assist in the revitalization of this historic Downtown. The DDA has also been instrumental in providing its own lessons to many Downtown Practitioners as they look to enhance their communities or implement their own urban revitalization programs. The DDA continues to learn from the other cities and inspire many as well even though we are not as big as some of the other cities we all tend to have many of the same issues, such as gum on the sidewalks they just have a little more. This is just one of the many conferences that the DDA has attended in the past month expresses Marjorie Ferrer, Executive Director, DDA. The DDA brings back to Delray Beach excellent insights on rethinking our streets, redening the shopping experience, the importance of documenting the numbers and advocating for the downtown. The DDA met many business peers and shared the Delray Beach story to all many who have heard or been to the Village by the Sea. For more information on the conference visit: http://www.examiner. com/article/new-york-s-innovative-ida-worldcongress-is-inside-out. DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY continued from page 17

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26 November 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple Meetings Every Tuesday 12:15 PM at: Delray Beach Public Library 100 West Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach UPCOMING EVENTS 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 November 19, 2013 Police Ofcer and Speaker will address the Club on Motivation,Political Humor and Why Cant WE Get Along. December 3, 2013 Burt Upton will address The Delray Beach Rotary as one of the few survivors of the World Trade Center Attack on 09/11/2001 December 10, 2013 Christmas/Holiday Presentation TBA January 7, 2014 Back by popular demandDan Mangru will present on Stem Cell Research and the harvesting of ones stem cells when young to use to ght disease when older January 14. 2013 Lifestyle and Fitness Coach Julia Kadel will present. For more information: contact Jimmy Weatherspoon at 561-441-4563 or email weat6347@bellsouth.net Len Cava, moved to Florida for the weather. In 2003, he and his wife Gayle were tired of the cold winters in Long Island, N.Y. and decided to relocate. Cava sold his contract packaging business to his partner, packed up the house and moved to Delray Beach. His grown children decided to make the move as well. It was all they hoped for and Cava, never one to rest on his laurels, started looking for a new business opportunity. He was attracted to EmbroidMes concept and bought his franchise in 2005 while his wife, who is a nurse, started working at a local hospital in the ER. The future they anticipated was bright and quite warm. We were hit with three major hurricanes right when we opened, he recalls. It left our shopping center a mess and affected many business owners in our area. We had no power for 14 days and in all it took two years to repair the center fully. And outside the shopping center, the recession hit. Cava could never have predicted the obstacles hed have to face to turn his EmbroidMe business into the success it is today. Thanks to his sharp business savvy and the support of his family, especially his sonin-law who he calls his right hand man, hes built a loyal customer base and strong presence in Delray Beach and Boca Raton. Cava says what he and the other business owners in Delray Beach faced in the wake of hurricane season and the recession was the perfect storm for business. It was a real tough period, he said. All of us fought through it together, which strengthens your ties to the community in ways you dont really expect. He began working with Florida Atlantic University offering embroidery, digital transfers, screen printing and other services for the University. He also developed lasting business relationships with other schools, local medical facilities, small businesses, and restaurants as well as consumers looking to personalize gifts. Cava also credits his family for providing not just support and love during the recovery period, but also boots-on-the-ground work. His son and wife both attended EmbroidMe training school with him and his son-in-law Jeff Rosado and have helped with the business whenever theyre needed. Jeff worked with me when I owned the packaging business on Long Island, and hes been with me since day one at EmbroidMe as well, he said. His technical knowledge of the embroidery and printing business is key. The community has embraced Cava and the product he offers. I sell service and quality, he asserts. Ive been around the block a few times and I know that offering a great product thats on time is more important than being the cheapest guy on the block who promises the world but cuts corners along the way. Because of my business philosophy and focus on quality, Ive become the go-to guy in my community and I plan to maintain that. With this mentality, Cava has been able to build on the deep relationships hes secured with members of his community to continue to acquire new clients. In looking toward the future, Cava simply wants to grow his business and enjoy the beautiful weather and his family.Weathering the perfect storm

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28 November 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 N ovember 2013 31 Arts Garage is providing a bountiful array of talent this November, with performances for every taste and style.   With great anticipation Theatre at Arts Garage returns with an entertaining song cycle by the award-winning composer/lyricist Daniel Mat. Europes #1 Jazz Violinist, Vitali Imereli, selects Arts Garage for his American debut; the Master Class series hit another high note with virtuoso vibraphonist Joe Locke, and the Cabaret series catches re with Grammy-Winning composer, famed musical director, and incomparable performer Billy Stritch. And this is just the rst course! We have a tremendous amount to be grateful for, said Alyona Ushe, Executive Director. Our audiences have passionately embraced our new offerings such as the Master Classes, Cabaret shows, and Dance Classes and they are more excited than ever about Jazz Project and Garage Blues. Add to that, the theatre buzz has been overwhelming, as Lou Tyrrell our Artistic Director, has selected a four-play season, featuring some of the best new work in drama and musical theater, she continued.   This season will take you on a thrill ride of laughter, insight, and intrigue, said Tyrrell. The season opens with a hip, funny songcycle by the incomparable Daniel Mat. Our audiences will be riveted by this completely original musical storytelling. The songs are immediate, they are now, right in the present.   Funny, poignant, insightful, touching these are the songs of our lives today. Also tapping into the songs of our lives is Billy Stritch. The Grammy winner has been seen on The Today Show, Oprah, CBS News and more.   He was chosen by Liza Minnelli to arrange her famous Stepping Out at Radio City extravaganza, in addition to several of her other concerts and CDs. Stritch also co-wrote Reba McEntires hit song, Does He Love You? and starred on Broadway in the revival of 42nd Street. We are thrilled to welcome Billy to our stage. This will be an unforgettable night by one of the worlds most multi-talented performers, said Ushe. Another must-see show is the American debut of Vitali Imereli. We are so honored that he chose Arts Garage for this special performance. Recognized by many as the worlds best gypsy jazz violinist, Imereli was a child prodigy who has become a European treasure.   He now plans to take America by storm with his debut in Delray Beach. Another leading musician showcased this month is Joe Locke, considered one of the worlds premiere vibraphonist, he will not only perform, but will lead the next Master Class. We are thrilled to have Locke for this Master Class.   He has won numerous awards and polls, including the 2006, 2008 and 2009 Mallet Player of the Year award from the Jazz Journalists Association. He is active as a clinician / educator and has been the International Vibraphone Consultant at the Royal Academy of Music, London, on a visiting basis since 2008, said Drew Tucker, who is a masterful vibraphonist in his own right and will be gracing Arts Garages stage this month as well with an acclaimed show that mixes classic and street styles in way that denes Tucker. And back by popular demand, our FREE Swing dance class with Izzy   Shniadoski, the director of Swing Affair. Everyone loved this class when it debuted a few months ago, said Ushe. So we get ready to jump and jive again. All levels are welcome for the class and a fun-lled concert with the Swing All Stars   featuring LeNard Rutledge follows, ticket information below. Other highlights of the month include Blues great Tomcat Blake, guitar god Larry Coryell, and Doug Bell and Bellevue Cadillac, who have performed with a legendary list of entertainers including Ray Charles, Kool and the Gang, Keith Richards and more. Subscriptions and Flex Passes are now available for both the concert and theatre season. Visit www.artsgarage.org. Ticket prices: Concert performances $25$35, $5 more at the door Theatre productions $30-$45 www.artsgarage.org, or call the box ofce at 561-450-6357 11/1 11/24 eatre at Arts Garage | e Longing And e Short Of ItMusic & Lyrics by Daniel Mat Wednesday Friday 7:30pm ; Saturday & Sunday 2pm, Exception Friday 11/22 will be Garage Blues, not theatre. Additional shows: Sat 11/23   8pm, and Sun 11/24   7pm 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.     Sat 11/ 2 | 8pm 10pmGarage Blues | Tomcat BlakeRock n roll for your bluesy soul. Known for his particular guitar phrasing and percussive rhythm style, Blake learned the blues by direct transmission from one of the great pre-war bluesmen, Henry Townsend. Today, Tomcat prefers to write and record his own music in which he doesnt hesitate to mix his countless inuences: Blues, Country, Rockabilly, Soul   Sat 11/9 | 8pmJazz Project | Vitali ImereliVitali Imereli, Europes #1 Jazz Violinist, begins his American tour here at the Arts Garage. He is a virtuoso in both classical and jazz genres and has performed at concert halls and festivals throughout Europe such as the Pori Jazz Festival in Finland and the North Sea Jazz Festival in The Netherlands.   Vitali   has performed with and gained the admiration of jazz greats such as Bucky Pizzarelli, Benny Golson, Larry Coryell, Olli Soikkeli, Howard Alden, James Carter and he is quickly been recognized by many as the worlds best gypsy jazz violinist.   A former Soviet Union expatriate, now living in Finland, Vitalis talent was recognized at the young age of 5. His early inuences include the great Stephane Grappelli and the classical masters. His playing is renowned for its energetic and lyrical style, beautiful phrasing, blistering technique, and his impeccable delivery.   Come join us for this special engagement of this violin phenomenon that has taken Europe by storm.   Tues, 11/12 | 8pmJazz Project | Joe LockeAward winning virtuoso vibraphonist Joe Locke is widely considered to be one of the major voices of his instrument.   Voted the #1 vibist in DownBeat Magazines Critics Poll and three time winner of the prestigious Mallet Player of the Year award from the Jazz Journalists Association, Joe has recorded and performed with a diverse range of notable musicians including Grover Washington Jr, Kenny Barron, Eddie Henderson, Cecil Taylor, Dianne Reeves, Ron Carter, and The Beastie Boys.   Joes creativity and energetic style never fail to captivate his audiences. In the select group of contemporary vibes players, Locke has claims to head the list. Sat Nov 16, 2013 | 8pmJazz Project | Larry CoryellLarry Coryell is one of the worlds acknowledged guitar masters.   Hailed by his legion of fans as one of the guitar gods in the late 1970s,   With more than 70 albums to his credit, Larry has toured and recorded with elite musicians like Jack Bruce, Jimmy Webb, the 5th Dimension, Charles Mingus, Billy Cobham, Chick Corea, John McLaughlin, Randy and Michael Brecker to name a few.    His early inuences were Chet Atkins, Chuck Berry, and Wes Montgomery but soon after arriving in New York City in 1965, Larry emerged as a profound music prophet who merged rock, jazz, eastern modes and scales, and free-form, improv-ashing classical riffs.   He quickly became one of the most in demand guitarists in rock, jazz, and all musical genres.   Larry has also published several highly regarded guitar books and videos and he continues to perform worldwide.   Dont miss this opportunity to hear one of the true masters of guitar.   Wed, 11/13 | 4pmMaster Class | Joe Locke| $10Joe Lockes masterclass will begin with an introduction and a look at his personal   background and experiences   as a musician.    The main body of the masterclass will   be divided into two main sections:   the rst half of the workshop will explore   improvisation techniques and approaches; the second half will   be geared toward vibraphone and mallet instrument performance   techniques.   This is a chance   to gain some valuable insight directly from one of the top jazz musicians of our day. Afterwards there will be a question and answer period followed by an opportunity for autographs and photos.   Approximately 90 minutes   Sun 11/17 | 7pm Special Event: Swing Dance Swing All Stars featuring LeNard Rutledge7pm FREE Swing Dance Class with Izzy   Shniadoski, the director of Swing Affair If youre a beginner or just need a refresher Come early its FREE 8pm SWING ALL STARS   featuring LeNard Rutledge $25, open seating in advance, tables are not reserved. $5 more at the door.   The Arts Garage dance oor comes to life this Sunday with the high-energy, ngerpoppin, high-steppin Swing All Stars.   Bring your dancing shoes and swing the night away or just sit back and enjoy the show. This performance at the Arts Garage will feature the smooth soulful voice of LeNard Rutledge, guitarist and vocalist Jeff Taylor, piano virtuoso Brian Murphy, swinging bassist Paul Shewchuk, and Kevin Campeld driving the band on drums and vocals.     Fri 11/22 | 8pm Garage Blues | Doug Bell & Bellevue CadillacBellevue Cadillac has been playing stages together around the world for two decades. They have played with greats such as Ray Charles, James Brown, Tito Puente, Patty Austin, Kool and the Gang, Ruth Brown, Percy Sledge, Keith Richards and Bo Diddley. Bellevue Cadillac has had their music in major motion pictures and television shows and have had performances covered by major television broadcasting stations throughout their career.   Fri, Nov 29 | 8pm Jazz Project | Billy Stritch | Cabaret An award-winning composer, arranger, vocalist, and jazz pianist of extraordinary range and sophistication, Stritch breathes new life into the Great American Songbook. Equally gifted as a player and a singer, and doing both with no-holds-power, Stritch is not afraid to dazzle! -London Times   Sat 11 30 | 8pmJazz Project |Drew TuckerElegant and rened vibraphonist/ percussionist Tucker returns with his globe-spanning ensemble to present an audiophiles dream of highminded jazz tinged with basement soul and glossed with street sophistication. A Cornucopia of Talent at Arts Garage!DANIEL MATE Antonio Adolfo THIS MONTH AT

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32 November 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple World-renowned duo to perform at Plumosa School of the ArtsDELRAY BEACH, FL Black Violin (www.blackviolin.com), the classically-trained hip hop duo, will perform their inspired combination of hip hop, rock, and R&B in a concert at the Plumosa School of the Arts on Saturday, November 16 in Delray Beach. The concert is part of the Plumosa School of the Arts Foundations Shooting for the Stars evening to benefit the elementary schools students. Black Violin has performed at President Obamas Inauguration, sold out the New Victory Theater on Broadway, wowed audiences at the legendary Harlem Apollo Theatre, accompanied Alicia Keys at the 2004 Billboard Awards, and collaborated with P.Diddy, Kanye West, 50 Cent, Tom Petty, Aerosmith and the Eagles. Kev Marcus, who plays the violin, and Will B, who plays the viola, are both Fort Lauderdale natives. We are so fortunate that an act of this caliber will be performing in Delray Beach for an exciting community event, said James Mueller, president of the Plumosa School of the Arts Foundation. This talented duo will inspire the students of Plumosa. Their success ts into our schools mission in promoting the vital importance of arts education for children and securing the resources to make it happen. Funds raised will directly benet the kids at Plumosa School of the Arts through our Foundation. On Friday afternoon, November 15, Plumosa students and teachers will take part in a concert and conversation with the artists. Will and Kev will share stories of their own personal journeyabout the impact that music has had on their lives and the importance of establishing a solid foundation of positive values. The concert will be held at the Plumosa School of the Arts Auditorium, 2501 Seacrest Blvd., Delray Beach. Tickets are $35 for general admission and $75 for VIP and can be purchased at: www.plumosafoundation.org. Plumosa School of the Arts Foundations mission is to promote the vital importance of arts education for children and secure the resources to make it happen. Plumosa is a K-5, A-rated school. For more information on the Foundation, visit www.plumosafoundation.org. Black Violin . Lake Worth Beach ArtFest to debut at historic casino building and beach complexLAKE WORTH, FL South Ocean Boulevard on Lake Worth Beach will be transformed into a world class outdoor art gallery and craft market when Lake Worth Beach ArtFest debuts November 23 24, 2013. Festival patrons will be delighted by the eclectic displays of original works of art including bold and vibrant paintings, contemporary and whimsical life-size sculptures, photography, handcrafted jewelry and a separate craft market with unique handmade items. A craft beer and wine garden, a kids activity zone, live music and a free art giveaway further enhances the festival experience at this oceanfront venue. Admission to the art show is free and open to the public. Festival promoter Howard Alan Events produces many award-winning juried art fairs throughout the country including the Las Olas Art Fairs, the Downtown Delray Beach Festival of the Arts, ArtFest by the Sea and many others. The artists are juried by an independent panel of expert judges and are hand-selected from hundreds of applicants based on quality and diversity in order to ensure a wide array of original artwork. We are thrilled to provide Lake Worth with a rst class art show, says Howard Alan, founder of Howard Alan Events. This area is evolving, dening itself as a unique arts destination and I believe our event will be a perfect complement to these efforts. All of the proceeds generated by the City of Lake Worth during the festival will go directly to the beach fund and will be used in the maintenance of the Lake Worth Casino Building and Beach Complex. This two-day event will showcase the nest work of more than 100 leading artists in the country and will appeal to people of all ages including families, art enthusiasts and serious collectors looking for new and emerging talent. The artists will line South Ocean Boulevard along the beach with their gallery style booths and will be on site for the duration of the show, available to discuss their art, techniques and inspiration. An Art Giveaway will provide festival patrons an opportunity to win artwork by an exhibiting artist. No purchase is necessary to participate in this giveaway. Art shows produced by Howard Alan Events have the distinction of making the arts accessible to a broad audience with prices set to suit all budgets, from $25 hand-designed earrings to $50,000 metal sculptures. We provide an ideal setting in which to explore the work of many different artists in one location, remarks Howard Alan. You have the opportunity to meet and connect with the artist before making a purchase, which makes the investment much more meaningful and personal. WHAT: Lake Worth Beach ArtFest WHEN: November 23 24, Saturday & Sunday, 10:00 am 5:00 pm WHERE: 10 South Ocean Boulevard Lake Worth Beach Complex WHY: To Support the Arts and the Lake Worth Beach community ADMISSION: Free and open to the public WEBSITE: www.artfestival.com CONTACT INFORMATION: info@artfestival.com or 561-746-6615 Thanksgiving art festival offers holiday shoppers an alternative to crowded mallsEclectic display of original art unique gift items for holiday shopping live music free art giveaway DELRAY BEACH, FL The Downtown Delray Beach Thanksgiving Weekend Art Festival, ranked 76th among the 100 Best Fine Art and Design Shows in America by Sunshine Artist magazine for 2013, will feature a wide array of artwork, live music and a free art giveaway. The artistic media represented include paintings, life size sculptures, photography, glass, wood, jewelry, collage mixed media and ceramics. A portion of the proceeds benets the Delray Beach Downtown Development Authority. Admission is free and open to the public. The festival presents holiday shoppers with an alternative to crowded malls and offers a vast selection of handcrafted items for those seeking unique gifts while offering art enthusiasts and collectors the opportunity to explore the original and eclectic mix of artwork by 200 of the nest artists in the country. Holiday shopping can be very stressful, remarks festival promoter Howard Alan. The busy parking lots, the crowded shops and the long checkout lines can be a nightmare; our festival offers a laidback, outdoor gallery style exhibit in lovely downtown Delray with a myriad of options. Why subject yourself to Black Friday when you can enjoy a fabulous art show and still get your shopping done? The participating artists, juried by an independent panel of expert judges and handselected from hundreds of applicants based on quality and diversity, will be on site for the duration of the show and available to discuss their art and inspiration. All of their artwork is original and handmade in America with prices ranging from $25 handmade earrings to $50,000 life sized metal sculptures. An Art Giveaway will provide festival patrons an opportunity to win artwork by an exhibiting artist. No purchase is necessary to participate in this giveaway. Festival At-A-Glance: 14th Annual Downtown Delray Beach Thanksgiving Weekend Art Festival Saturday & Sunday, November 30 December 1 10:00 am 5:00 pm Intersection of 4th Avenue and Atlantic Avenue in Downtown Delray Beach Free Admission Unique Gift Ideas for Alternative Holiday Shopping Juried outdoor art showcase Original Art Handmade in America 200 artists from 30 different states Prices set to suit all budgets ranging from as little as $25 to $30,000 Artists are hand-selected by an independent panel of expert judges from hundreds of applicants All artists are on site for duration of festival Vast array of artistic media including paintings, sculptures, photography, ceramics, glass, wood, handmade jewelry, collage, media Free Art Festival Giveaway A portion of the proceeds benets the Delray Beach Downtown Development Authority. For additional information on the 14th Annual Downtown Delray Beach Thanksgiving Weekend Art Fest and other Howard Alan Events art and craft shows across the country, visit www.artfestival.com or call 561-746-6615.

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com N ovember 2013 33 What is your idea of perfect happiness? My idea of perfect happiness is waking up someday with less expectations about my work,and a cold glass of beer on a beach house with my kids, my husband and I in perfect health. What is your greatest fear? That nowadays violence and craziness could affect my family. Where do you nd artistic inspiration? In books, movies, history, my family, my past, as I am always learning with my own surroundings. Which living person do you most admire? My dad, self made man, he is like Phoenix. Things can be so tough for him (in business and in life) sometimes, but he always seems to come back completely, and regenerated, each and every time. Who is your favorite artist? Kiki Smith, but I also love Audrey Niffenegger. What do you consider the most overrated virtue? Faith. Which words or phrases do you most overuse? Oh, well. When did your rst know that you had to become an artist? At age 10. I started to transfer images from fashion magazines my mom use to buy, like Marie Claire, onto paper, color it and sell at school for something like $0.50. After my math teacher bought one for $1.00 I raised my price. That was me already establishing a relationship between art and art buyers. What is your greatest regret? Is having regrets! What or who is the greatest love of your life? Sounds corny but, it is actually my current husband, I was married 3 times before, but this is the rst time I actually fell in love with someone. When and where were you happiest? Now. Here. Which talent (other than being an artist) would you most like to have? MUSIC for suuuure! (piano player or guitar player or even being a singer). If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be? My stubborn ways! What do you consider your greatest artistic achievement? Hand cutting 18 feet of tyvek paper in intricate cut outs in less than a month to be layered on a pool. If you were to die and come back as a person or thing, what do you think it would be? Myself again...I think I need more time to learn about myself anyways. What is your most treasured possession? My happiness. What do you most value in your friends? Honesty. Who are your heroes in real life? My family, and activists Malala, and Aung San Suu Kyi What is it that you most dislike? Bigotry. What is your motto? Simple and repeated too many times but my favorite is always: Treat people as you want to be treated.Karla Caprali is a visionary artist, blurring the lines between drawing, painting and sculpture with her cut-out installations. Her works are didactic, delicate details, yet a scope that is large and fully encompassing, intimate yet distant. Caprali is a native of Brazil. After studying at the School of Visual Arts in Sao Paolo, she relocated to New York where she exhibited in many prestigious galleries. Since moving to Miami twelve years ago she has exhibited in Art Basel and Wynwood Art Fair (part of the Marguiles Collection beneting The Lotus House). She is a resident artist at Bakehouse Art Complex and operates Caprali Studios (art classes and workshops). Karla recently participated in Sustain, the group exhibit at Art House of Delray. Ms. Caprali creates work using many media; painting, drawing, and paper cutouts, often in combination, to achieve very intricate, unique works. The images convey personal experiences. She explores the concepts in memory and perception. The inuence of Brazil is an omnipresent factor, the nature, the fables and myths. Her works also explore an ever-present sense of tension; the struggle and ultimate balance between forces of nature, light and dark, positive and negative, past and future, the daily routine of motherhood with dreams and memories. Art, for me, is like a child lost in the wilderness, a ghost of life grasping for some roots to cling to. Karlas work probes both format and concept. Recently, she has found inspiration in the Florida mangroves, both imagery and emotion are reected. Her cut paper and wire installations are weightless, yet extremely sculptural, inhabiting space in both 2 and 3 dimensions. The use of durable mylar paper allows her work an incredible freedom of form, either oating on water or suspended in the air. Karla will partake in Scope, International Art Show in Miami December 3-8, 2013. www.caprali.com 20QuestionsArt House of Delray255 NE 6th Ave., Delray Beach, FL 33483 561.859.0856 arthousedelray.com Karla Caprali BOCA RATON, FL Boca Raton will host a special evening on Friday, November 22 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Mizner Park Cultural Arts Center, 201 Plaza Real, to announce the 2014 line-up of artists and authors. The evening will include a cocktail reception with hors doeuvres, the Florida premiere of award-winning documentary I AM NOT A ROCK STAR and a post-lm concert featuring famed pianist Marika Bournaki. Tickets are $25 per person at 561-368-8445 or e-mail to info@festivaloftheartsboca.org. Shot over the course of eight years, the award-winning feature documentary lm I AM NOT A ROCK STAR, directed by Bobbi Jo Hart, follows the dramatic coming of age story of Juilliard-trained concert pianist Marika Bournaki. A major scene in the lm was shot around one of Bournakis performances in South Florida. The lm has toured worldwide festivals and premiered most recently at Lincoln Center in New York and during the 2013 Festival del Sole in Napa. With unparalleled technical, musical and communication skills, Bournaki is at once, a world class performer, outstanding pianist, vivacious young woman and the freshest face on the classical music scene. The innovative approach to her art and performance is reected in her recent collaboration, Lets Play, with cutting-edge and world-renowned multimedia creative shop, Moment Factory. Her role as Ambassador to the Orchestre symphonique de Montrals summer event, A Cool Classical Journey was an exceptional opportunity to explore new and exciting ways to share her music with the public. Bournaki not only brings distinctive interpretations to favorite standards, she also extends her passion for music by commissioning works by younger composers and collaborating with artists from various elds. The 8th annual Festival of the Arts Boca will be presented March 6 15, 2014 by the Schmidt Family Centre for the Arts at the Mizner Park Amphitheater, 500 Plaza Real and Mizner Park Cultural Arts Center, 201 Plaza Real in Boca Raton, Florida. The diverse, multi-cultural Festival will once again bring 10 days of culture, world-class talent and awe to South Florida. Website: www.festivalboca.org Facebook: FestivalBoca Twitter: @FestivalBocaFESTIVAL OF THE ARTS BOCA TO HOST SPECIAL EVENT TO ANNOUNCE 2014 LINE-UP OF ARTISTS & AUTHORS Call Kylee at 561-542-3838 to advertise today! The Pineappledelray beach newspaper

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34 November 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple The Radio City Christmas Spectacular comes to the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts November 29-December 8WEST PALM BEACH, FL MSG Entertainment (MSGE) announces an all new production of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, starring the Rockettes, as it makes its debut for West Palm Beach audiences this year at the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts. Audiences will experience the magic of Christmas like never before in this multi-faceted show as the Rockettes dance their way through an awe-inspiring journey with new scenes, an array of glamorous new costumes, dramatic lighting effects and a 50foot LED screenthat will enhance the show with breathtaking new imagery. The Radio City Christmas Spectacular will run at the Kravis Center from November 29 through December 8. Tickets go on sale September 9 at 10:00 a.m. The rst 100 ticket buyers at the Kravis Center Box Ofce will receive a commemorative Radio City Christmas Spectacular gift. We are excited to make our West Palm Beach debut at the Kravis Center with an all new production of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, said Don Simpson, executive vice president of productions, MSG Entertainment. With new state-of-theart technology, coupled with dazzling new Rockettes choreography and performance elements, this show offers a truly immersive experience like nothing South Florida audiences have ever seen. Audiences will be amazed by the transformation of the Christmas Spectacular, and new fans will not want to miss this show. Were thrilled to have the Radio City Christmas Spectacular usher in our 2013-2014 Kravis On Broadway line up. The Christmas Spectacular is Americas #1 holiday show and a great way to bring family and friends together to enjoy the holiday season, says Kravis Center Senior Director of Programming, Lee Bell. Celebrating a legacy spanning more than eight decades, the Rockettes are known for their rich history, unrivaled talent, strength, precision and athleticism. They continue to take the Christmas Spectacular to new heights, dazzling audiences with their performance style, as it continues to be both deceivingly complex and entirely glamorous. This years thrilling show will feature a 50-foot LED screen that will transport the audience to Times Square and Santas Workshop, using stunning new technology combined with the Christmas Spectaculars classic holiday numbers to enhance the production. The 2013 edition of the show will introduce new sets and special effects that will immerse audiences in the magic of Christmas in an entirely new way. In the Christmas Spectaculars combined history at Radio City Music Hall as well as around the touring production, the show has played to nearly 73 million people. The Christmas Spectacular creates memories that audiences have come to treasure and this year will mark an all new Spectacular experience for Palm Beach County and the entire South Florida market. Ticket prices start at $35 may be purchased at the Ofcial Kravis Center Website www. kravis.org/rockettes; by calling the Box Ofce at (561) 832-7469 or (800) 572-8471; in person at the Kravis Center Box Ofce located at 701 Okeechobee Blvd. in West Palm Beach; or through Ticketmaster. Group orders of 10 or more receive a discount and may be placed by calling 561-651-4438 or 561-651-4304.Special concert for The Toby Center on November 7In a unique way to support the Toby Center, performing artist Shira Flam and husband David Pressler will be entertaining at the rst annual fall fundraiser for the Toby Center for Family Transitions on November 7, 7:00-10:00pm at St. Gregorys Episcopal Church in Boca Raton, FL. Says Reverend Andrew Sherman of St. Gregorys, we have enjoyed partnering with the Toby Center since 2010 by providing a small house owned by the church nearby which offers parents and children a more normalized experience when they are required to have supervised visitation. The Congregation goal is to help children thrive. The Toby Center staff focuses on this shared mission. The Concert will have music across cultures and styles. Says David Pressler, Shira and I have enjoyed performing music from old world Jewish culture through American standards, jazz and contemporary! This performance will be in an incredibly lovely music hall at St. Gregorys with a center stage, beautiful lighting and ne acoustics! Dr. Mark Roseman, founder of the Toby Center, says that it music is the means of preserving life, preserving history, preserving resilience to trauma and unexpected change. Consider the Negro spirituals which gave hope and strength to the enslaved. Music acknowledges our feelings, our present condition, and gives us empowerment to share. The evening will be lled with music and comedy! Rafes, silent auction and wine tasting will give additional enjoyment and an opportunity for the Toby Center to raise funds for helping families through the heartache of parental separation, divorce, child custody litigation, and healing. Tickets are just $15 in advance, and $20 at the door. Order from the Toby Center, 561244-0010 or online at www.thetobycenter. org. The Toby Center was founded in 2008 and provides family mediation, couples counseling and individual therapy, supervised visitation and parenting education in ve locations in Palm Beach and Broward County. Plaza Theatre offers exciting fall season of cabaret duetsMANALAPAN, FL The Plaza Theatre, proudly announces its 2013 fall cabaret series. November 11 and 25 7:30 p.m. November 12 and 26 2:00 p.m. ALL THAT JAZZ-THE MUSIC OF KANDER & EBB Leah Sessa and Mike Westrich bring you songs from some of the biggest hits on Broadway. From Cabaret to Kiss of the Spiderwoman, Chicago and more-these songs will have you dancing in the aisles! December 6 and 16 7:30 p.m. December 10 and 17 2:00 p.m. THANK HEAVEN FOR LERNER AND LOEWE Gigi, Camelot, My Fair Lady Paint Your Wagon and other iconic musicals from Lerner and Loewe are showcased in this tribute production. Starring Clay Cartland and Melissa Jacobson. Tickets for each show are $30, or $75 for the entire fall series, and may be purchased on-line at the Plaza Theatre website www. theplazatheatre.org; in person at the Plaza Theatre box ofce located at 262 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalpan, in the Plaza Del Mar Shopping Center; or by calling 561-588-1820. The Plaza Theatre is a non-prot 250 seat theatre. Palm Beach Gardens resident Alan Jacobson opened the Plaza Theatre in early 2012 after running the Florida Jewish Theatre for ve season in the 1990s and then serving as an independent producer of cabaret shows, musical revues and comedies. The Plaza Theatre produces a variety of light-hearted shows with an occasional gripping drama. It also promises lower-than-average ticket prices. Neil Simon, Marvin Hamlisch and Carole Bayer Sagers collaboration is a delightful tale of ( love, comedy and musicBOCA RATON, FL It is said that opposites attract. Pair a somewhat up-tight classically trained musician with a young lyricist whos a little bit more than out there, and sparks just might y. Add a script by comedy master Neil Simon to the mix, stir in music by Marvin Hamlisch and lyrics by Carole Bayer-Sager and musical theatre magic is bound to occur. Carbonell Award winners Margo Moreland and Oscar Cheda will star in the Boca Raton Theatre Guilds production of Theyre Playing Our Song at the Willow Theatre in Sugar Sand Park. The show will run from November 8th through November 24th. The two will portray Vernon Gersch and Sonia Walsk, the ctional counterparts to Hamlisch and Bayer-Sager whose reallife romance served as the inspiration for the musical. Theyre Playing Our Song was an enormous hit when it played on Broadway, says BRTG Artistic Director Keith Garsson. It ran almost three years. The script and score still resonate with great music and very funny dialogue. And the theme of the show that can two people can maintain both a personal and professional relationship with some sacrice and compromise offers an extremely entertaining two hours. Theyre Playing Our Song was one of the last personal musicals, Garsson explains. It was the era of shows like Dreamgirls and Falsettoland. Soon afterwards, Broadway gave way to another British invasion with productions like Phantom of the Opera and Les Miz. Since then, spectacles have become the new normal. We have a terric team in place for this show, Garsson (who will also direct the show) continues. Caryl Fantel is our musical director, and Ron Hutchins will choreograph both Song and our upcoming production of Pippin. Theyre Playing Our Song is a terric t for us in that it hasnt been done often. And it continues the BRTGs tradition of producing musicals from the sixties and seventies a time a lot of us remember fondly. Theyre Playing Our Song will run from November 8th through November 24th at 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. Performances are Wednesday through Saturday at 8 pm, and Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 2 pm. Tickets are $35, and are on sale now. Tickets can be purchased at the Willow Theatre Box ofce: 561-347-3948. 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, please visit www. brtg.org, Craft Show from the Southern Handcraft Society, Delray BeachThis 21st annual juried craft show will again be held at the Vintage Gymnasium at Delray Beach Center for the Arts (Old School Square). Come see the beautiful, hand-made items. All craft items are one-of-a-kind. All items are, of course, made right here in the United States. Be prepared to be amazed. The Delray Beach Center for the Arts is on NE 1st Street and NE 1st Avenue in Delray Beach. Admission to the show is free and parking before 5pm in the public parking lot across the street is free. Thursday, November 21, 2013 9am to 9pm Friday, November 22, 2013 9am to 9pm Saturday, November 23, 2013 9am to 2:30pm As a special treat, the group has been invited to display and work on its crafts at the Palm Beach County Hagen Ranch Library in Delray Beach (on Hagen Ranch Road just off Atlantic Avenue). They will be in the library on Friday, November 15, 2013, from 1pm to 4pm. Come out to see them at work and nd out about their group. This is a free event. Contact Madeline at mhincken@gmail.com for more information.Artists in the Park 2013-14 season returns to Downtown Delray Beach DELRAY BEACH, FL Artists in the Park has returned to beautiful downtown Delray Beach. The debut for the new season took place on the lawn at the Delray Beach Center for the Arts in Old School Square this past October 26 & 27. The Delray Art Leagues Artists in the Park is South Floridas longest running outdoor ne art show and sale. Participating artists work in a variety of mediums including watercolor, oil and acrylic. The shows also showcase photography, sculpture, and mixed-media artists. A percentage of all sales from Artists in the Park are donated to the Art Education Fund which awards scholarships to local art students, sponsors local art programs and provides art supplies to various organizations. More than $100,000 has been awarded in the past ten years to groups including the Delray Beach Center for the Arts, FAU Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts & Letters, the Milagro Center, Delray Beach Sister Cities, Palm Beach Habilitation Center, and Plumosa School of the Arts Foundation! For more information about Artists in the Park please call Susan Sabin at 561-843-2311. The Delray Art League is a nonprot 501 (c) 3 organization comprised of more than 250 members. For more information on the Delray Art League visit www. delrayartleague.com & the Delray Art League facebook page. arts & ends David Pressler and wife Shira Flam

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com N ovember 2013 35 COMING THIS MONTH . .EVENTSThrough 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. November 21-23, 2013 An Olde Fashioned Holiday Craft Show Vintage Gymnasium Thursday and Friday, 9 a.m.-8 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m.; free admission. The Pineapple Grove Chapter of the Southern Handcraft Society presents a juried craft show featuring a variety of handmade gifts, jewelry, ornaments and other home dcor. For information, call 561-369-1176. November 29, 2013 January 1, 2013 Holiday Carousel Open Monday-Friday, 5-9 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m.-9 p.m. and Sunday, 1-9 p.m. Rides are just $2. Fun for kids and adults alike! Hours are extended during school holiday break and select holiday events.EXHIBITSThrough February 2, 2014 ELVIS: GRACE & GRIT Cornell Museum of Art & American Culture This ne art photography exhibition from the CBS Photo Archive includes 35 large format, candid and on air photographs, shot by various CBS Television photographers. The photos capture a 21-year-old Elvis on the brink of his meteoric rise to stardom. His appearances on the legendary Ed Sullivan Show introduced him to the world, and the candid shots caught backstage show just how easy it was for photographers to gain access. Through February 2, 2014 FLASHBACK: A Retro Look at the s and s Cornell Museum of Art & American Culture This fun display of music, movie, sports, political and lifestyle memorabilia is nostalgic for those who lived it and fascinating for those who didnt! All items in this exhibit are on loan from South Florida residents. Museum hours: 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! November 4 December 8, 2013 WITVA Showcase On Display in the Crest Theatre Galleries: Works in a variety of media by members of Women in the Visual Arts. Gallery hours: MondayFriday, 9:30 am 4:30 pm; Saturday, 10 am-3 pm; free admission Through 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.THEATRENovember 7 & 8, 2013 CUFF ME The Fifty Shades of Grey Unauthorized Musical Parody! Crest Theatre Thursday and Friday, 8 p.m. Tickets $40; available at DelrayArts.org or by calling the Box Ofce at 561-243-7922, ext. 1. Cuff Me is the unauthorized, hilarious parody of the Fifty Shades of Grey book phenomenon! This highly entertaining performance dives into the sexually charged romance in true satirical fashion. Its a girls night out event thats not to be missed! Get ready to laugh at this sexy, hysterical romp. Cuff Me features a score of pop hits (with altered lyrics) performed by a cast of four. The show jumps back and forth between two women reading the series with scenes of actual events from the novelwith a parody twist, of course. Dont expect to see a literal translation of Fifty Shades on the stagethis show is all about sending up the mommy porn phenomenon with over-the-top performances, wild comedy and a slew of musical numbers that turn pop music on its head! November 22-24, 2013 The Lettermen Crest Theatre Friday, 8 p.m.; Saturday, 2 & 8 p.m.; Sunday 2 p.m. Tickets $45; available at DelrayArts.org or by calling the Box Ofce at 561-243-7922, ext. 1. One of the most popular vocal groups in music history continues to entertain audiences with their ionic, smooth sound. The trio has seen members come and go over the past 50 years, but group leader TONY BUTALA has been a constant. Todays trio includes Butala, BOBBY POYNTON and DONOVAN TEA singing the songs that made The Lettermen famous. November 26, 2013 Presidio Brass, Sounds of the Cinema Crest Theatre Tuesday, 8 p.m. Tickets $35; available at DelrayArts.org or by calling the Box Ofce at 561243-7922, ext. 1. Since forming in 2006, San Diegos Presidio Brass has rocketed to success as the face of a bold new generation in brass entertainment. By combining a brass quintet, piano and percussion instruments with fresh, original arrangements, their unique sound has become a trademark for the ensemble. Through their touring show of Hollywoods greatest hits, Sounds of the Cinema, these ve young men present lm music with a good dose of wit and humor that together have become hallmarks of every Presidio Brass performance. November 16, 2013 South Florida Symphony Orchestra Crest Theatre Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Tickets $35, $45, $55; available at DelrayArts.org or by calling the Box Ofce at 561-243-7922, ext. 1. The South Florida Symphony Orchestra presents A Soul Unfettered under the music direction of Maestra Sebrina Mara Alfonso. The program includes Elgars Introduction and Allegro for Strings, Barbers Cello Concerto, Opus 22, and Schuberts Symphony No. 9 The Great. Clancy Newman, winner of the prestigious Walter W. Naumburg Competition, is the featured soloist. Now in its 16th year, the South Florida Symphony Orchestras mission is to enrich the quality of life in the communities it serves through a commitment to the highest quality of musical performance and education. For more information, visit www. southoridasymphony.org.Delray Beach Center for the Arts offers world-class events, theater, exhibits and learning opportunities. 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 561243-7922 or visit DelrayCenterForTheArts.org. EVENTS, THEATER, EXHIBITS and LEARNING DELRAY BEACHS CENTER FOR THE ARTSThrough January 31, 2014Delray Beach Center for the Arts / Outdoor Pavilion Old School Square, 51 N. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach 33444 561-243-7922, DelrayCenterForTheArts.orgFriday, 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.Presenting Sponsor is Delray Motors and Series Sponsor is PNC Bank. LEARNINGFind your art at the School of Creative Arts -where art, photography and writing classes are enriching hundreds of local residents every week. Whether youre a beginner or more advanced, we have opportunities for you. Art classes include drawing, painting, watercolor, collage and mixed media. Members Studio is designed for those who wish to hone their gure drawing skills in a relaxed setting with no instruction. Photography classes include an Intro to Using your Digital Camera; Intro to Creative Photography Going Beyond the Snapshot; Fine Art Photography for Intermediate, Advanced and Master levels. Digital imaging classes include Adobe Photoshop Elements (Intro and Advanced); Intro to Adobe Photoshop; and Intro to Adobe Lightroom 5. The Writers Colony offers writing classes, critique groups and workshops that are ongoing so students can complete writing projects and concentrate on self-publishing or getting published. November Workshop: November 9, 2013 THE GREAT AMERICAN GRAMMAR WORKSHOP with Barbara Cronie Saturday, 1-4 p.m. Fee $45; register at DelrayArts.org or call 561-243-7922, ext. 478. Everything you always wanted to know about grammar as well as the most common mistakes found in editing and how to correct them.November 1 The String Theor y Rock & Roll covers November 8 The Resolvers Alter native Reggae November 15 KillBillies Folk Rock Plus a School of Creative Ar ts outdoor showcase 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 Galos Tribute to Santana String Theory KillBillies

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36 November 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple Beneting the Delray Beach Naoma Donnelley Haggin Boys & Girls ClubDELRAY BEACH, FL The committee for the popular Annual Holiday Trunk Show beneting the Naoma Donnelley Haggin Boys & Girls Club in Delray Beach is busy preparing for the 11th Annual Holiday Trunk Show, which will be held at The Seagate Hotel & Spa, located at 1000 East Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach, Florida 33483. The event kicks off with a preview cocktail reception on Monday, December 2nd, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tickets for the preview party are $85 per person and include cocktails and hors doeuvres. All guests have the rst opportunity to view and purchase original gift items available. If you are interested, preview party tickets can be purchased at the door. The Holiday Trunk Show is open to the public December 3rd and 4th from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free. We invite you to join in this one of a kind shopping experience and have lunch at the Atlantic Grille or etc. caf; plus check out the spa! The Holiday Trunk Show will feature more than 30 specialty vendors offering a variety of gift items including original jewelry, ne accessories, home dcor, holiday ornaments and decorations, toys, mens and ladies clothing fashions, as well as gifts for all ages from all over the world. We truly appreciate the commitment of our committee who spend countless hours creating and coordinating the event. We look forward to seeing all that they have in store for us this year., said Jaene Miranda President & CEO, Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County, Inc. The event is sponsored by The Seagate Hotel & Spa, Lang Realty, Searcy, Denney, Scarola, Barnhart and Shipley PA; Mark Gerretson Memorial Fishing Tournament and The Coastal Star. I am so lucky to have the support of our wonderful committee. It takes many helpful hands to create this amazing event, said Susan Mullin, co-chairperson. The 11th Anniversary will be our best show since its inception. Our hope is that the community will come and enjoy the many offerings of the event which gives back to the children that need us most in our community, added Mullin. All proceeds from the Holiday Trunk Show will help support programming for more than 300 children who attend the Delray Beach Naoma Donnelley Haggin Boys & Girls Club for a safe, fun, and educational environment after school and during the summer. For more information about the Holiday Trunk Show or to purchase tickets, please call Deb Wrazin, Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County at (561) 683-3287 or visit our website at www.bgcpbc.org. 11th Annual Holiday Trunk Show 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 fashion & beauty By Dianne E. Adams Special to The Pineapple I had the opportunity to spend some time in Italy recently. Although I was there for vacation, the hairstylist in me could not help but check out the Italian hair and fashion. Just looking at the Italian women I thought wow they look amazing. Although they always looked beautiful and nished, they also looked like they didnt even try to look that great. I thought I would see many avant garde styles and wild colors, I did not. What I saw was so much more. It was an ease with themselves and the way they looked. Looking from the outside it felt like they knew they had a secret and they were not telling. It felt like they spent no time on their hair and it always looked great. Upon that realization I set out to check out salons to see what they were up to. I wanted to bring this intangible feeling back with me to the U.S. for all of my clients. I started dropping into salons along my path and what I found was so surprising. Since the look is effortless I thought the salons might be effortless as well. Walking in I noticed just how serious these establishments were. There was no joking around, not a lot of chatter or clutter. What I did see was very straight forward, hard work. Yes, the employees and clients seemed happy to be there, but everyone was focused on what they were doing or having done. What I realized was that it would be impossible to bring that intangible thing back with me to the U.S. because it was not a technique, a color line or styling product. It was feeling good about themselves. Not over thinking.what am I going to wear, or does my hair look perfect today? These beautiful women had their monthly or weekly hair appointments booked for a year in advance. They took the time to make certain the basics were in place. Are my roots showing? Are my highlights down around my ears? Does my haircut look like my neighbors shaggy dog? Once these things are in order, the rest is easy. Get up, get yourself ready, dont take yourself so seriously. Realize that you already look fantastic. Take a look in the mirror, x your hair, x your makeup, but most of all, x the way you look at yourself and realize that you probably dont see the beauty that the rest of the world sees. Let that effortless Italian style carry you through your day and remember that you also have a secret youre not telling too! Dianne E. Adams is owner-stylist of Studio Seven Hair in Pineapple Grove. ( V isit www.StudioSevenHairDelray.com Hair Styles HAIR ITALIAN STYLE GOT BOTOX? Join up November 7th for Dr. Bermans Beauty Cocktail Mix & Mingle to benet Bike MSBOCA RATON, FL Dr. Jonathan Berman, director of Berman Plastic Surgery & Spa, is pleased to host the First Annual Beauty Cocktail Mix & Mingle to benet Bike MS and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society to be held Thursday, November 7th, 2013 from 5:30 pm till 7:00 pm, at 670 Glades Road, Suite 240, Boca Raton, Florida. Featured guests include Beauty Mixologists and Holistic Chef Joshua Shader from Boca Resort and Julianne Koritz, Leapdiet.com, designers of Dr. Bermans Signature Beauty Cocktails who will cook up a unique assortment of beauty cocktails and hors doeuvres. Beauty is more than skin deep. It really begins within. Healthy body, healthy skin! said Dr. Berman, who is pleased to introduce Joshua and Julianne to his practice as they offer up skin benecial recipes and beauty cocktails. Berman practices his own advice. Four years ago he changed his life by losing over 60 pounds and he started exercising. I chose cycling to help me keep the weight off, he says. He participates regularly in high speed bicycle rallies and was recently named one of The National Multiple Sclerosis Societys top 20 fundraisers in South Florida. Guests will be treated to a personal tour of Dr. Bermans plastic surgical facilities and have an opportunity to Mix & Mingle with notable beauty experts including: Jonathan Berman, M.D., double board certied plastic surgeon, who will discuss non-surgical facelifts, wrinkle erasers, lasers vs. peels, and fat injections, Lynn Radnay, Medical Aesthetician, who will talk about reducing lines and age spots, Allergans Keri Sokoloski, who will answer questions about the latest liquid lifts and injectable llers, and Obagis Alexa Goldnick, who will introduce Obajis latest line of skin care products. Reservations are limited. A $25 cover will benet Bike MS and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. For reservations or more information call 561-417-0171. Berman Plastic Surgery & Spa is located at 670 Glades Road, Suite 240, Boca Raton, FL, across from the entrance to Florida Atlantic University. MAKE A DIFFERENCE MONDAY! Monday November 4th is MAKE A DIFFERENCE MONDAY! European Wax Center in Boynton Beach will donate $10 to Bethesda Health Foundation for every new guest that mentions BETHESDA! Andthis is great toonew guests (that show a valid FL ID) are entitled to a FREE WAX! Ladies can chose from an eyebrow, underarm or bikini waxmen can chose from an eyebrow, nose or ear wax. The Bethesda Hospital Foundation remains committed to raising awareness and raising funds to provide world-class healthcare in our community. European Wax Center is located at 1000 N. Congress Ave, across from the Boynton Beach Mall. Book your reservation by calling 734-4200 or just stop by. GIRLS, PEARLS, HATS & HEELSLibrarys 2nd annual event a huge success!The Delray Beach Public Library is pleased to announce that the nd Annual Girls, Pearls, Hats & Heels, in Recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month was, once again, a very special event and a great success! This fun-lled, afternoon of shopping the latest fashions in shoes and accessories from top local designers was co-sponsored by the Delray Beach Public Library, the Bethesda Hospital Foundation, Lord & Taylor, GL Homes, Beaulieu Law Group, Spa Care Center, Health & Beauty Cosmetic Surgery, and Posh Properties. The day featured a spectacular buffet lunch at the Quail Ridge Country Club and complimentary bubbly owed all afternoon. This trunk show included many wonderful local stores and vendors and women shopped at their leisure all day long. There were also many outstanding rafe prizes and silent auction items to be won by more than 225 attendees. The proceeds will benet the Delray Beach Public Library and the Bethesda Hospital Foundation for breast cancer treatment and educational programs. More than $12,000 was raised which is double the amount from last year. The Girls, Pearls, Hats & Heels event Chairpersons Elizabeth Kelley Grace & Carolyn Kelley North, along with Honorary Chairperson and Library Board member Jan Kucera made this a day to remember. PHOTO LEFT: Mary Morrell Blum & Kay Harvey Bethesda Hospital Foundation Sponsor PHOTO RIGHT: Library Board President Nancy Dockerty & Candace Rojas PHOTO LEFT: Sponsor Lord & Taylor Peggy Pashayan & Suzy Bricker PHOTO RIGHT: Sponsors: Spa Care Center Pierre & Melanie Jeanteur, Posh Properties Devin Stoner & Catherine McGlennon, Beaulieu Law Group Stacy Beaulieu

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com N ovember 2013 37 I DONT WANT TWO THANKSGIVINGSQuestion I just watched a trailer for a comedy coming out this winter titled A.C.O.D. (A Child Of Divorce). It is about the realization that the current generation of new parents may be the least parented generation of parents yet. Make sense? So, being that I come from a mess of divorced and remarried family goodness, my question to you is Do you think this next generation will learn from its parents mistakes and curb the divorce rate in our country OR are we doomed to continue our wasteful ways by continuing to throw marriages away like board games weve become tired of? Charlie, Delray BeachAnswer As the product of a couple that just celebrated their fortieth anniversary, I seem to be in the minority nowadays. The majority of my friends parents are divorced, but my parents married at 23, and are together to this day. Some of my friends with divorced parents are now married with kids and by all indications seem to be in it for the long haul, as all newlyweds probably say they are. Some are already divorced, some dont have kids, some are single, some are in relationships and on. I am thirty-two and have yet to be married. Why am I telling you all this? I am a big believer in nurture, and how you are raised, or not raised, having an effect on the person someone is or becomes, but with caveats. Is nurture bad news? It can be. A person usually wont be more than what they learn, be it from books, personal experience, observation or any other source, so if a kid sees nothing but his tomcatting, uneducated father and drunken mother arguing, the kid might grow up to be a high school dropout that smells like loose women and wine coolers. But heres the good news, we arent only what we learn from our parents. The same poor sap from our example might grow up to be a stand-up, successful guy, faithful to his wife and kids, Tolstoy on the table and tap water in his glass. He can be aware of the failings of his parents, decide that is not the path he wants to go down, and learn how to blaze his own path the only possible way: through effort, determination, and positive decisions. I want to say that I am not altogether sold that divorce is a horrible thing, just because it is supposed to be. In some cases I am sure it is the best of a bad situation. Children and families, like anything, probably grow best when they have a stable, positive environment. But I imagine a child being with two unhappy parents that are constantly arguing isnt better than a kid with two parents married to new people they love (or single, or whatever myriad family unit is out there that works). We all would prefer family units that are stable and healthy, but that isnt how life is. People change. My parents at 23 are different than they are now at 63, it just so happens that both versions love each other. Thats a long time, and our life expectancies are increasing allowing us even more time to evolve or devolve. Plus, there is some luck involved, had my mom, saint that she is, run off with that dude she went to prom with two months after my birth, perhaps my dad, saint that he is, might have divorced her. Life, and circumstances, can change. So, are we going to curb the divorce rates? Maybe so, on a case by case basis and if we marry the right people, for the right reasons, at the right times, and work diligently on our bliss. Focus on what you want and endeavor for it. Charlie, you might be married after a love-at-rst-sight moment and get buried together, I might be married six times and shot by a jealous husband. Anything is possible, but you must be diligent and conscientious of your fate if you want to control it. Trouble in paradise? Avoid the wedding counselor, just send in your question to andthenjackhappened@gmail.com Announces New Playwright WorkshopWriting the 10-Minute Play. How to structure the short play, festival guidelines, how to nd theatres interested in short plays, formatting the play, stage directions, timing a play and theme plays. Dates: Nov. 19, 2013, Dec. 17, 2013, Jan. TBA, Feb. 25, 2014 Mar. TBA, April 29, 2014 and May 20, 2014. Tuesdays at 7:00pm Instructor: Carol White a Delray Beach resident and an award-winning novelist and playwright. Cost: There is No Fee to Attend. For more information delraybeachplayhouse@gmail.com, or 561272-1281 Ext. 4. The playhouse is located at 950 NW 9th Street in Delray Beach. www.delraybeachplayhouse.com An afternoon with The Ebony Chorale Sunday, November 17, 2013, 4 p.m. at Unity of Delray BeachThe Ebony Chorale will perform a concert at Unity of Delray Beach, 101 NW 22nd St. at Swinton Ave, on Sunday, November 17 at 4 p.m. There is no admission charge; a free will love offering will be collected. As part of its goal of keeping alive an awareness of the African American heritage, the Chorale is dedicated to the preservation and performance of the Negro Spiritual, a song that grew out of the African American slavery experience. Through its performances of the spirituals, the Chorale seeks to raise, as well as reafrm, the great tradition and contribution made to American music by African Americans. The lyrics of the spirituals not only represent religious ideals, but also carry several layers of social, political, and theological meanings. The Ebony Chorale is made up of singers, mostly non-professional talent, who dedicate their time to striving for excellence in the performance of choral music. They sing for the joy and the love of music. Founded and directed by the gifted and accomplished Dr. Orville T. Lawton, The Ebony Chorale debuted in 1992, performing with the Florida Philharmonic Orchestra. In July 2010,the Chorale traveled to Salzburg, Austria. The group participated in the Heritage Festival of Negro Spirituals in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The Chorale recently returned from a singing tour in Prague, the Czech Republic; Vienna, Austria; and Bratislava, Slovakia in July, 2013. A trip to Cape Town, South Africa is planned for 2015. To date, the Chorale has given over 300 performances throughout the state of Florida, as well as in Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Carolina, and Michigan. For more information call the church ofce Mon. through Thurs., 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at 561-276-5796

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38 November 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple Once was not enough for Double Trouble! The dynamic duo sold out two benet concerts held at Arts Garage in Delray Beach raising $5,000 which will be used for their living expenses. The talented twins, Tashad and Rashad Gardenhire, faced a difcult youth, but overcame the immense challenges of the foster care system and then homelessness, by keeping focused on their love of music. Through a community outreach program, Drew Tucker, Director of Education & Outreach at Arts Garage, chose to mentor the boys by providing them with musical and scholastic instruction in exchange for working at the venue. Watching Tashad and Rashad on stage singing, dancing and interacting with the crowds was so amazing, said Tucker. I know many people came to support them because of their story, but everyone left saying what an incredible show they put on! The boys love being performers and it is our goal at Arts Garage to help them achieve that dream. Double Troubles musical repertoire ran the gamut including personalized raps, Michael Jackson hits, Motown classics and Nat King Cole favorites. Their versatility is what sets them apart, said Tucker. The easily switch genres and they relate to all age groups on stage. Watching them is truly inspiring. And so is their story. The boys father began serving a life sentence before they were born; their mother, a drug-addict left them, and they became victims of the foster care system. Their love of music, and each other, helped them survive. And now that dedication is paying off. Sleeping in Delray Beachs playground, the boys third grade teacher found them just when they were teetering on oblivion and rallied supporters to fund their audition on X-Factor. The pair was on the current season, and is now looking to break into the music industry with the help of Arts Garages mentorship and the many wonderful people who are supporting their dreams. To book Double Trouble for events or to donate to their scholarship fund, please call Arts Garage at 561-450-6357.Arts Garages Double Trouble benet concerts raise $5,000Formerly homeless twins, Tashad and Rashad Gardenhire, wow crowds with talent and charisma GET READY TO LAUGH, SING AND TAP YOUR FEETThe Plaza Theatre presents its second full season with plays that are sure to have you talking and laughing all the way home. Whether you want to experience the embarrassing life of a teenager, a toetapping love triangle, a musical journey through the ups and downs of relationships, Hollywood gossip, the strength of an immigrant family, or the legend of Mae West, the 2013-2014 Plaza Theatre lineup will not disappoint you. Fingers & Toes November 7-24, 2013 Its a love triangle that keeps you guessing all while snapping your fingers and tapping your toes! Tap dancer Dustin Toes MacGrath and pianist Tristan Fingers St. Claire have dreams of putting on a major Broadway show. They sell the idea to a producer with a grand tale of a show stopping boy meets girl dance spectacular thatll be finished in two weeks. Unfortunately, they havent written it yet, they dont have a girl and they dont know anything about love. That is until they hire the talented and beautiful Molly Molloy. Will one of them win her heart? Will they finish the show on time? Youll have to see it to find out! This show is being mounted at The Plaza and will move Off-Broadway. Casting underway. I Love You Youre Perfect Now Change! December 5-22, 2013 First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes the comedy of life. Take a musical journey through dating, love and marriage, all while dealing with in-laws, newborns, family car trips and frisky seniors. Experience a lifetime of laughs in this off-Broadway and international hit that exposes the myths and truths behind the dramatic and comedic world of the mating game. Directed by Kevin Black. Starring Wayne LeGette, Mia Matthews, Mike Westrich, Leah Sessa My Life On A Diet January 16 February 9, 2014 Its your chance to experience the comedic genius of Broadway and Hollywood star, Renee Taylor. Based on her best selling book, My Life on a Diet: Confessions of a Hollywood Diet Junkie, this brand new show gives you a glimpse into Renees life, including her lifelong struggles with weight loss and how laughter got her through the rough times. Directed by Joe Bologna. RAGS February 20-March 16, 2014 Rags will add a little drama to this season at the Plaza Theatre. The musical tells the story of Rebecca, a naive Russian immigrant arriving at Ellis Island with her young son, and their struggle to make a life for themselves in the New World. Rags is written by Joseph Stein (Fiddler on the Roof), lyrics by Stephen Schwartz (Wicked), and music by Charles Strouse (Annie). Directed by Andy Rogow. Casting underway Dirty Blonde March 27 April 13, 2014 Why dont ya come up and see me sometime? Before Angelina Jolie and Marilyn Monroe, there was Mae West, a Hollywood star who oozed sex appeal. Dirty Blonde follows the life of legendary, sultry Mae West as told by two fans obsessed with her. One day, Jo and Charlie run into each other at Wests grave. Soon, the lonely New Yorkers are acting out memorable moments from the starlets career while cross-dressing and falling in love. See Mae West live again in this romantic, laugh out loud musical. Winner 2000 Theatre World Award. Nominee 2000 Tony Award for Best Play. Written by Claudia Shear. Directed by Beverly Blanchette. Starring Margot Moreland and Ken Clement SHOWTIMES: Wednesday & Sunday 2 p.m. Thursday & Friday 7:30 p.m. Saturday 2 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. TICKETS: Tickets for each show are $45. A subscription for all six shows is available for $225. Discounted group rates are available. Enjoy discounted rates for groups of 10-19 people at $39 a ticket. Groups of 20 or more are $36 per ticket. For more information, or to purchase your ticket, please call the box office at (561) 588-1820 or visit www.theplazatheatre.net. Renee Taylor My Life on a Diet ART MUSIC ETC. ART MUSIC ETC.

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com N ovember 2013 43 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 First London, now Palm Beach County! Local artists are painting old pianos and turning them into playable works of art. They will be displayed around Palm Beach County from November 2nd through November17th, and Arts Garage in Delray Beach has been chosen as one of the locations. The decorated piano will grace the great mall near Arts Garage and everyone is encouraged to tinkle the ivories! Kathi Kretzer of Kretzer Piano in Jupiter developed the local initiative after learning of similar projects in London and New York City. The newly-formed Kretzer Piano Music Foundation will present this colorful event, bringing attention to the mission of the foundation which is to provide music lessons and performing opportunities to everyone, especially underprivileged children. Arts Garage is honored to be involved in this innovative program, said Executive Director Alyona Ushe. Bringing music into the lives of our youth is one of the main missions of Arts Garage and being selected for this initiative is something we are very proud of. The piano at Arts Garage will be decorated by Joseph Dzwill. The self-taught artist, whose art is on display in New York and Florida galleries, works in many mediums and forms. His pianos art is inspired by the geometric design of the keys. The eighteen used baby grand and upright pianos are being donated by the Kretzer Piano Music Foundation and local residents. A piano buddy at each site will cover the instruments at night and during inclement weather. And while professional pianists and music groups volunteer to go around and perform scheduled concerts on the pianos, Kretzer said that the most fun is in children (up to age 94) sitting down and plunking away. The main message is that everyone is invited and everyone can play, Kretzer explained. And after their public debut, the pianos will be donated to local childrens charities and community organizations, enriching lives for years to come. These whimsically-painted pianos will be found at the following locations: Arts Garage, City Center Plaza, CityPlace, Clematis Street, Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, Palm Beach County Cultural Council, Downtown at the Gardens, Downtown West Palm Beach Waterfront, Worth Avenue in Palm Beach, Kretzer Piano in Jupiter, the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium and other fun venues throughout the area. Keys to the Cities is a collaborative project of the Kretzer Piano Music Foundation, the City of West Palm Beach, D.C. Moore Piano Movers, the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County and Jerrys Artarama. There will be a big Kick-Off party in the Lake Pavilion in West Palm Beach on Friday, November 1 from 7 pm-9 pm. Tickets are $100 each payable to the Kretzer Piano Music Foundation, Inc. a 501 (c)(3). Be among the rst to see the Keys to the Cities pianos before they hit the streets of Palm Beach County! Open bar, hors doeuvres, live music, mix and mingle with the artists and a piano orchestra of 18 pianos being played simultaneously! We hope youll join us in celebrating the arts, one key at a time! Be a part of the conversation and tag your photos and tweets with #keystothecities. To see more of the painted pianos, check out Keys to the Cities on FacebookArts Garage to participate in Keys to the A Symphony of Silence An enlightened visionA unique and creative event on Sunday, November 10 at 1 PM with entrepreneur, educator and author George Ellis, PhD. In this inspiring multi-media (and bilingual, English/ Spanish) presentation, Ellis will discuss his book, A Symphony of Silence, exploring Art, Music, Literature and Philosophy; Spirituality, Religion and Consciousness; Enlightened Science, Justice and Leadership; The Gentle Strength of Woman; African-American Vision, and Cultures of the World; and the Whisperings of Inner Beauty. For more than 25 years, Ellis worked closely with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, founder of the Transcendental Meditation program, in globally introducing the TM program. Ellis pioneered the use meditation in the eld of rehabilitation in maximum security prisons. A Symphony of Silence draws from Elliss personal experiences, as well as interviews with many leading gures in the world of art, science, law and justice, and much more. See www.facebook.com/ TMBocaRaton for more details. No charge to attend. Location: Temple Anshei Shalom, 7099 W. Atlantic Ave. RSVP to bocaraton@tm.org or call 561-994-6990. Lynn University launches 2013-2014 Theatre Series with RING OF FIRE Lynn University and producer Jan McArt, director of theatre arts program development, are launching the 2013-2014 season of the popular Libby Dodsons LIVE AT LYNN Theatre Series with a hot show that will appeal to a wide range of entertainment fans: November 9-10 Saturday 7:30 p.m. Sunday 4 p.m. This toe tapping book musical features 14 incredible performers, including two-time Grammy Award winner Lari White and Tony Award winner Jarrod Emick. Coming from Broadway, this theatrical delight includes 38 hit songs by the legendary Man in Black, Johnny Cash. Show tickets for RING OF FIRE can be purchased by phone at 561.237.9000; online at http:// give.lynn.edu/theatrearts; or at the Boice Box Ofce in the Wold Performing Arts Center on the Lynn University campus, on the west side of Military Trail in Boca Raton. November performances by Boca Ballet TheatreBoca Ballet Theatres The Nutcracker, Presented by Marleen and Harold* Forkas Boca Ballet Theatre continues to captivate its audience with its beloved version of The Nutcracker. This holiday classic sparkles as Claras dream unfolds. Following both matinee performances of The Nutcracker is the Gingerbread Ball, a festive childrens party where kids can meet the dancers and enjoy some sweet treats. Friday, November 29, 2013 @7pm Saturday, November 30 @ 2pm Saturday, November 30 @8pm Sunday, December 1 @2pm Olympic Heights Performing Arts Theater; Boca Raton, FL Tickets range from $20 $35 for adults and $10 $25 for children and seniors. Please call 561.995.0709 or visit www.bocaballet.org for tickets and more information. A Princely Affair A Princely Affair, Boca Ballet Theatres annual social event and fundraiser luncheon, kicks off the 2013-2014 season in a festive and fashionable way. Each year this deluxe event attracts more than 400 people to the Great Hall at the Boca Raton Resort & Club for a memorable afternoon of dining, dance, and fabulous rafe prizes including a spectacular cruise for two! A Princely Affair also features performances with professional guest artists along with Boca Ballet Theatre dancers. Past guest artists include New York City Ballets Principal dancers Ashley Bouder, Daniel Ulbricht, Megan Fairchild, Wendy Whelan, and more. Sunday, November 10, 2013 @ 12pm The Great Hall at the Boca Raton Resort & Club Tickets for A Princely Affair are $90 per adult and $45 for children 13 and under. For reservations, please call: 561.995.0709 About Boca Ballet Theatre: Established in 1990, BBT is a nonprot, award-winning civic ballet company that trains dance students, entertains audiences, and inspires the community through successful outreach programs, under the guidance of Co-Artistic Directors Dan Guin and Jane Tyree, South Florida Symphony Orchestra presents A Soul UnfetteredDELRAY BEACH, FL The South Florida Symphony Orchestra opens its Masterworks Concert Series with A Soul Unfettered on Saturday, November 16, 2013, at 7:30 P.M. at the Delray Beach Center for the Arts in the Crest Theatre. Celebrating our 16th year, Maestra Sebrina Mara Alfonso has designed a spectacular program for the rst concert of the season. The program includes Elgars Introduction & Allegro for Strings, Barbers Cello Concerto, Opus22, and Schuberts Symphony No. 9, The Great. The program begins with Elgars Introduction & Allegro for Strings, which is considered a masterpiece for string quartet and string orchestra. This piece is followed by Barbers technically difcult Cello Concerto in A minor (Op. 22). Clancy Newman, winner of the prestigious Walter W. Naumburg competition, is the featured soloist. His technique is brilliant but not showy and so natural that one forgets about it . His tone is dark, warm, and intense, with remarkable carrying power even in a oating pianissimo (New York Concert Review). The evening will end with Maestra Sebrina Mara Alfonso conducting the majestic Symphony No. 9 in C major by Schubert. The South Florida Symphony Orchestra has grown to become the preeminent professional orchestra of South Florida. Founder and music director Sebrina Mara Alfonso has worked hard to make her dream of bringing quality classical musical performances to South Florida a reality. After one of her concerts, Edward Pitts, classical pianist and music historian, wrote about Sebrina, I was particularly amazed at you. . Every inection of your body including your ngertips seemed to express the music. You were the music and the music was you. For tickets and information, please visit www.southfloridasymphony.org or call 561-243-7922. Maestra Sebrina Mara Alfonso

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44 November 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple NOVEMBER 1-30 Pottery Classes Monday-Friday. Cloud House Pottery, Artist Alley. Beginning, intermediate, advanced instruction. $40 includes materials. 561-862-9222 NOVEMBER ANNIVERSARY PROMOTION The Olive Taste of Delray Celebrates One Year Anniversary! Special Offer: Buy 2 Get 1 Free (equal or lesser value) of Extra Virgin Olive Oil and/or aged Balsamic Vinegar. (Limit one per customer. Cannot be combined with other offers.) Enter to Win Gourmet Gift Set Olive Oil & Balsamic Vinegar! ($50 value) (Drawing to be held 11/30/2013) FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 Booksigning 7pm. Vicki Landis signs Alias: Mitzi & Mack at Murder on the Beach Mystery Bookstore, 273 NE 2nd Ave. 561-279-7790 murderonthebeach.com The String Theory, Rock & Roll Covers Concert 7:30pm. Outdoor Pavilion, Delray Beach Center for the Arts, 51 N. Swinton Ave. Free admission. Food trucks & cash bar. 561-243-7922 DelrayCenterForTheArts.org SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2 2nd Annual Fall Skate & Grind 3pm. Hobbit Skate Park. Beginner, intermediate, advanced levels. $5 fee for skaters; spectators free. 561-243-7158 Tomcat Blake | Garage Blues 8pm. Arts Garage, 180 NE 1st St. Rock n roll for your bluesy soul. $25-$35. 561-450-6357 artsgarage.org SATURDAYS NOVEMBER 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Delray GreenMarket in the Park 9am-2pm.Old School Square Park. delraycra.org Budding Artists at the Delray GreenMarket 9am-2pm. 561-243-7922 DelrayCenterForTheArts.org MONDAY NOVEMBER 4 Cooking Class at The Ancient Olive Fall Harvest The Ancient Olive presents a cooking class with Chef James King (formerly of Verdea & Edge Four Seasons Miami). This class, titled Fall Harvest, will focus on ingredients that are fresh and in season. Guests will learn to make some fantastic seasonal side dishes perfect for those upcoming holiday parties. This interactive class is limited to just 10 students, so please sign up early if youd like to attend. Cost is $40. For those of you who would like a glass of wine during the event, you are welcome to BYOB. The Ancient Olive will provide glassware. Tickets must be purchased in advance at http://ao1004.eventbrite.com The Ancient Olive is located at 514 E Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach. For more information, visit http://facebook.com/theancientolivedelray MENU: Butternut Squash Risotto with fried sage Wild Mushroom & Caramelized Onion Bread Pudding Smoked Bacon and Sweet Corn Spoon Bread Spiced Pumpkin Pie Souf MONDAYS NOVEMBER 4, 18, 25 Lifelong Learning Community Institute Course :30 am noon. Moral Dilemmas of the 21stCentury. Visit delraylibrary.org to see all Lifelong Learning Institute listings and fees. MONDAYS NOVEMBER 4, 11, 18, 25 Beginners Fusing Class 6-9pm. $40/3-hour class. Schmidt Stained Glass, 358 NE 4th St unit B. 561-400-8841 SchmidtStainedGlass.com TUESDAYS NOVEMBER 5, 12, 19, 26 5, 12, 19, 26 Watercolor Class 1-4pm. Studio of Pat Kaufman, Artist Alley. $35/class. Call for availability 561-271-0128 pakaufman@earthlink.net, www.patkaufmanart.com THURSDAY NOVEMBER 7 Opening Reception 6-8pm. The Artists Guild Gallery, 512 E Atlantic Ave. Free 561.278.7877 bocaguild.com Lunch With Liz @ the Library 11:30am-1pm. Library. Liz Sterling on Ask and You Shall Receive, based on insights of Sammy Davis Jr. Free. 561-266-9490 delraylibrary.org THURSDAY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7 8 CUFF ME The Fifty Shades of Grey Unauthorized Musical Parody! 8pm. Crest Theatre, Delray Beach Center for the Arts, 51 N. Swinton Ave. Tickets $40. 561-243-7922 DelrayCenterForTheArts.org THURSDAYS NOVEMBER 7, 14, 21 7, 14, 21 Wine Tastings 5:30-8:30pm. The Wine Wave, 900 E. Atlantic Ave Suite 3. Tastings with hors doeuvres. $10/ person. Fee waived with purchase of 6+ bottles. 561-276-2076 wineontheave@gmail.com FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8 The Resolvers, Alternative Reggae Concert 7:30pm. Outdoor Pavilion, Delray Beach Center for the Arts, 51 N. Swinton Ave. Free admission. Food trucks & cash bar. 561-243-7922 DelrayCenterForTheArts.org Booksigning 7pm. Don Bruns will speak and sign his new book Reel Stuff 24.95. at Murder on the Beach Mystery Bookstore, 273 NE 2nd Ave. 561-279-7790 murderonthebeach.com SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9 Veterans Day Event 1-3pm. Library. Distribution of poppies. 561-266-9490 delraylibrary.org Ride & Remember Trolley Tour 10am-noon. Spady Museum, 170 NW 5th Ave. $20 per person. For reservations call 561.279.8883 or visit spadymuseum.com Vitali Imereli | Jazz Project 8pm. Arts Garage, 180 NE 1st St. Europes #1 Jazz Violinist begins American tour here. $25-$35. 561-450-6357 artsgarage.org SUNDAY NOVEMBER 10 A Symphony of Silence, An Enlightened Vision multi-media event at Temple Anshei Shalom, 7099 W. Atlantic Ave PM. FREE. Author George Ellis, PhD, discusses his book, A Symphony of Silence, exploring Art, Music, Literature and Philosophy; Spirituality; Enlightened Science, Justice and Leadership, and much more. An inspiring bilingual (English/Spanish) presentation. www.facebook.com/TMBocaRaton. RSVP to bocaraton@tm.org or 561-994-6990. SATURDAY SUNDAY NOVEMBER 9 10 The 2nd Annual Delray Beach Wine & Seafood Festival 11am10pm Sat; 11am-7pm Sun. E Atlantic Ave from Intracoastal Waterway to Bronson Ave. Free admission (561) 279-0907 dbwineandseafood.com TUESDAY NOVEMBER 12 Joe Locke | Jazz Project 8pm. Arts Garage, 180 NE 1st Street. Award winning virtuoso vibraphonist. $25-$35. 561-450-6357 artsgarage.org WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 13 Booksigning 7pm. Elaine Viets will speak and sign Fixing To Die $7.99 at Murder on the Beach Mystery Bookstore, 273 NE 2nd Ave. 561-279-7790 murderonthebeach.com THURSDAY NOVEMBER 14 The Ancient Olive is hosting an interactive cooking class on November 4th from 7-9 pm. This interactive class -titled Fall Harvest -will be taught by Chef James King. Cost is $40. For more information on this or future classes, please call the Ancient Olive at (561) 266-1099. Annual Legislative Luncheon 11:30am-1pm. Bethesda Memorial Hospital, 2815 S. Seacrest Blvd., Boynton Beach. Hosted by Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce. $25/Chamber member; $180/table of 8. $30/future Chamber members. Limited seating. 561-278-0424 delraybeach.com FRIDAY SUNDAY NOVEMBER 15 17 Chris Evert/Raymond James Pro-Celebrity Tennis Classic Delray Beach Tennis Center. Pro-Celebrity Tennis, Classic Cocktail Party, Pro-Am, Pro-Celebrity Gala chrisevert.org FRIDAY NOVEMBER 15 KillBillies, Folk Rock Concert 7:30pm. Outdoor Pavilion, Delray Beach Center for the Arts, 51 N. Swinton Ave. Free admission. Food trucks & cash bar. 561-243-7922 DelrayCenterForTheArts.org Arts & Crafts 1-4pm. Hagan Ranch Library, 14350 Hagen Ranch Rd. Southern Handcraft Society, Pineapple Grove Chapter demonstrations & display. Free mhincken@gmail.com. Publix Aprons Cooking School Demonstration -10:30 a.m. presented by Chef Rey De La Osa, Delray Beach Library. Free. 561-266-9490 delraylibrary.org Booksigning 7pm. Randy Rawls will speak and sign The Best Defense 14.99 at Murder on the Beach Mystery Bookstore, 273 NE 2nd Ave. 561-279-7790 murderonthebeach.com SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16 The Olive Taste of Delray will host Executive Chef Ellis, of 3rd and 3rd Restaurant at 1:00pm. Chef Ellis will prepare a dish from the days menu featuring The Olive Tastes extra virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar. There is no charge for this event. Space is limited. Reserrvations recommended. Call Lori at 561-266-3228 or email info@theolivetasteofdelray.com. South Florida Symphony Orchestra 7:30pm. Crest Theatre, Delray Beach Center for the Arts, 51 N. Swinton Ave. Visit SouthFloridaSymphony.org for program information. 561-243-7922, DelrayCenterForTheArts.org Black Violin Concert 8pm. Plumosa School of the Arts, 2501 Seacrest Blvd. $35 general; $75 VIP seating. Classically trained violin hip-hop duo. plumosafoundation.org Garage Blues | Larry Coryell 8pm. Arts Garage, 180 NE 1st Street. One of the worlds acknowledged guitar masters. $25-$45 in advance; $5 more at door. 561-450-6357 artsgarage.org SATURDAY SUNDAY NOVEMBER 16 17, 23 24, 30 Artists in the Park 10am-5pm. Veterans Park, Atlantic Ave and Intracoastal Waterway. Presented by the Delray Art League SUNDAY NOVEMBER 17 Sunday Sleuths Book Group 3pm. A Force of Nature by C.J. Box. Murder on the Beach Mystery Bookstore, 273 NE 2nd Avenue. 561-279-7790 murderonthebeach.com Music at St Pauls 3pm. St. Paul Episcopal Church, 188 S. Swinton Ave. Camerata del R: Sephardic Dreams. Renaissance & baroque music. $15 donation general; $20 donation preferred; $5 donation stuents. 561-278-6003 stpaulsdelray.org WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 20 Thanksgiving Feast 6pm. Teen Center. Members free; Guests $2. For more information contact Tony Chin, 561-243-7158 Booksigning 8pm. Meg Cabot signs The Bride Wore Size 12 at Murder on the Beach Mystery Bookstore, 273 NE 2nd Ave. murderonthebeach.com THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21 Delray Stiletto Race 6-9:30pm. SE 4th & Atlantic Avenues. $25 pre-registration; $35 after Nov 15. Benets local low-income children and families. 561-266-0003 or DelrayStilettoRace.com Artists Alley Open Studios 6-9pm Pineapple Grove Arts District between NE 3rd & 4th Streets, east of 3rd Ave, west of RR tracks. artistsalleydelray.com Pen Women Luncheon and Discussion 11:30am Boca Raton Branch, Benets an achievement award for college women in the arts Motivational speaker Linda H. Yates Tapping into your Winning Edge. How to work on yourself to expand the quality of your life. Proven tips on appearance, body language and mindset lead to more money, better health, deeper relationships and lots more fun! $28 561/865-9756 Delray Beach Golf Club, 2200 Highland Ave. Delray Beach www.bocapenwomen.org bocapenwomen@aol.com THURSDAY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2123 An Olde Fashioned Holiday Craft Show 9am-8pm Thurs & Fri; 9am-2:30pm Sat. DBCFTA/Vintage Gymnasium, Delray Beach Center for the Arts, 51 N. Swinton Ave. Free admission. 561-369-1176 mhincken@gmail.com FRIDAY NOVEMBER 22 Galos Tribute to Santana, Santana Tribute Concert 7:30pm. Outdoor Pavilion, Delray Beach Center for the Arts, 51 N. Swinton Ave. Free admission. Food trucks & cash bar. 561-243-7922 DelrayCenterForTheArts.org Doug Bell & Bellevue Cadillac | Garage Blues 8pm. Arts Garage, 180 NE 1st Street. Jazz, gospel, blues and soul, swing on top of rock & roll. $25-$35. 561-450-6357 artsgarage.org FRIDAY SUNDAY NOVEMBER 22 24 The Lettermen 2 & 8pm. Crest Theatre, Delray Beach Center for the Arts, 51 N. Swinton Ave. $45. 561-243-7922, DelrayCenterForTheArts.org SATURDAY NOVEMBER 23 Annual Turkey Trot 5k Run & Walk 6am registration; 7:30am race. A1A at Anchor Park. All ages. Proceeds benet Keith Straghn Feed the Hungry Thanksgiving Drive. 561-243-7277 SATURDAY SUNDAY NOVEMBER 23 24 The Lake Worth Beach ArtFest. More than 100 of the nest artists in the country will converge at the Historic Lake Worth Beach Complex for a two-day juried outdoor gallery style art exhibit and craft market with a craft beer and wine garden, live music, kids activity zone, as well as a free art giveaway. A wide variety of original artwork, handmade crafts and unique gift items will be on display and for sale with prices set to suit all budgets, an ideal alternative to crowded malls for holiday shopping. Saturday & Sunday, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, www.ArtFestival.com 561-746-6615. Free. SATURDAY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 23 26 ATP Pre-Qualifying Survivor Series -Delray Swim & Tennis Club. Amateurs & professionals competitions. Free admission. 561.330.6003 MONDAY NOVEMBER 25 Turkey Give-a-way 6pm. Teen Center. First Come, First Serve; Delray Beach Residents Only. 561-243-7158 TUESDAY NOVEMBER 26 Presidio Brass, Sounds of the Cinema 8pm. Crest Theatre, Delray Beach Center for the Arts, 51 N. Swinton Ave. Tickets $35. Brass quintet, piano and percussion instruments. 561-243-922, DelrayCenterForTheArts.org WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 27 Lighting of the Menorah Sundown, Delray Beach Center for the Arts Grounds, 51 N. Swinton Ave. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 28 Happy Thanksgiving! FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29 The Petty Hearts, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers Tribute Concert 7:30pm. Outdoor Pavilion, Delray Beach Center for the Arts, 51 N. Swinton Ave. Free admission. Food trucks & cash bar. 561-243-7922 DelrayCenterForTheArts.org Billy Stritch | Cabaret/Jazz -8pm. Arts Garage, 180 NE 1st Street. Vocalist and jazz pianist of extraordinary range and sophistication. $25-$35. 561-450-6357 artsgarage.org FRIDAY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 29 30 Holiday Carousel 5-9pm, Fri, 10am-9pm Sat. Delray Beach Center for the Arts grounds, 51 N. Swinton Ave. Rides $2. 561-243-7922, DelrayCenterForTheArts.org, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 30 Small Business SaturdayShop Local Event in Downtown Delray Beach. 561-243-1077 downtowndelraybeach.com/promotions facebook.com/delraydda Driving Miss Daisy 2& 8pm. Delray Beach Playhouse, 950 NW 9th St. Tickets $30. 561-272-1281 Ext. 4. DelrayBeachPlayhouse.com SATURDAY SUNDAY NOV 30 DEC 1 The 14th Annual Downtown Delray Beach Thanksgiving Weekend Art Festival. Unique gift ideas for alternative holiday shopping, free art giveaway, live music. 200 artists from the US will transform 4th Avenue, intersecting Atlantic Avenue, in Downtown Delray Beach into an outdoor art gallery with original ne artwork on display and for sale. The artistic media include paintings, life size sculptures, photography, glass, wood, jewelry, collage and mixed media. Saturday, November 30 & Sunday, December 1, 10:00 am 5:00 pm. www.artfestival.com 561-746-6615. Free. events calendar FALL SEASON 2013 GAME SCHEDULE 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 Please Send Your Calendar Listings To: Calendar@delraypineapple.com

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com N ovember 2013 45 Library closed Monday, November 11 Veterans Day Library closed Thursday, November 28 & Friday, November 29 -Thanksgiving Saturday, November 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30 @ 10:00 a.m. The Writers Studio: Every Saturday morning Contact Howard Gleichenhaus 561-638-7251 Monday, November 4 & 18 @ 10:00 a.m. Craft Series Quilting Bee presented by Karen Pugh & Linda Bouvier 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 brochure for listings and fees Monday, October 28, November 4 & 25 from 2:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Lifelong Learning Community Institute Course Nova Southeastern Museum Art Series See brochure for listings and fees Monday, November 4, 18 & 25 from 1:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Empowerment Zone presented by the Reference Department Monday, November 4, 18 & 25 @ 5:15 p.m. Got Gaming? presented by Young Adult Librarian Loanis Menendez-Cuesta Tuesday, November 5, 12 & 19 from 2:00 3:30 p.m. Lifelong Learning Community Institute Course From the Other Side of the Bench See brochure for listings and fees Wednesday, November 6, 13, 20 & 27 @ 11:30 a.m. Socrates Caf Weekly discussion group presented by Claire Drattell, Don Clare and/or rotating facilitators Saturday, November 9 from 1:00 3:00 p.m. Veterans Day Event Distribution of poppies Wednesday, October 30, November 6, 13 & 20 from 2:00 3:30 p.m. Lifelong Learning Community Institute Course Frederic Chopin: Poet of the Piano See brochure for listings and fees Thursday, November 7 & 21 @ 10:30 a.m. Craft Series Knit N Purl presented by rotating facilitators Thursday, November 7, 14 & 22 from 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. Empowerment Zone presented by the Reference Department 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 ee course brochure for listings and fees Tuesday, November 12 @ 6:00 p.m. Evening Book Group Please Look After Mom by Kyung-Sook Shin presented by rotating book group leaders Thursday November 14 @ 11:30 1:00 p.m. Lunch with Liz presented by Liz Sterling Ask & You Shall Receive based on the insights of Sammy Davis Jr. Thursday, November 15 @ 10:30 a.m. Publix Aprons Cooking School Demonstration presented by Chef Rey De La Osa Monday, November 18 @ 2:00 p.m. The Alzheimers Conversation & Panel Discussion presented by Alzheimers Community Care Monday, November 25 @ 1:00 p.m. Afternoon Book Group The Shoemakers Wife by Adriana Trigiani presented by Librarian Kathleen Hensman Monday, November 25 @ 2:00 p.m. Cercle Franais French Conversation group with rotating facilitators Tuesday, November 26 @ **3:00 p.m.** Healthy Living Series TBA presented by Delray Medical Center ART EXHIBITS Through Nov. 23 Florida Paintings Faith Copeland & Political Cartoons Chan Lowe FREE COMPUTER WORKSHOPS Registration Required call 561-266-0196 November 5 2 pm Beginning Computers November 6 2 pm Internet November 12 2 pm Email November 13 2 pm Word November 19 2 pm Internet November 20 2 pm Email November 26 2 pm Excel November 27 2 pm Facebook Sign up @ Reference Desk Classes meet in 2nd oor Technology Centerlibrary calendarCALENDAR OF EVENTS NOVEMBER 2013 The West Boca Leaders networking group meets every other Wednesday from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Hurricane Grill & Wings in the Mission Bay Shopping Center, next to Ofce Max, 10125 Glades Road in Boca Raton. Cost is $60 per quarter. Visit www.westbocaleaders.com for information. EXHIBITSNovember 1-12 Bonnet House Fine Artists Collection. Library. Mixed media art work. 561-266-0194 delraylibrary.org 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. Through 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 Through 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 Through 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 Through 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 Through November 23 Florida Paintings/Faith Copeland & Political Cartoons/Chan Lowe. Delray Beach Public Library. 100 E Atlantic Ave. www.delraylibrary.org 561-266-0194 ARTISTS ALLEYOPEN STUDIOS & GALLERIES THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21 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 Become a Promotional Icon: VolleyGirl Auditions for the 2014 Delray Beach Open by the Venetian Las Vegas Delray Beach Stadium and Tennis Center 30 NW 1st Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33444 Friday, November 22, 2013 6:45pm* 9pm 7pm (prompt start time) CALLING ALL LADIES to be part of the worlds only promotional team tied to a professional tennis tourna ment! Apply by November 15th to be a dancer, ambas sador and spokesperson for the Delray Beach Open, afliated sponsor parties and special events throughout the season (Dec 2013 Feb 2014). *Rain or shine, the Auditions will be held on Friday, November 22. VolleyGirls must be 18 years of age with a dance background, comfortable with public speaking, engaging, charming, and have a exible schedule. Benets include hourly wage, apparel, gym membership, personal training and more.Contact: Marlena Hall 561-330-6000 MHall@YellowTennisBall.com www.YellowTennisBall.com/VolleyGirls Please Send Your Calendar Listings To: Calendar@delraypineapple.com

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46 November 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple destinations W EST PALM BEACH, FL On April 15, 1912, the worlds largest Ship, Titanic, sank after colliding with an iceberg, claiming more than 1,500 lives and subsequently altering the worlds condence in modern technology. A little over a century later, the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium pays tribute to the tragedy, which continues to resonate through Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, where nearly 100 legendary and priceless artifacts conserved from the Ships debris eld will be showcased to provide visitors with a poignant look at this iconic Ship and its passengers. The exhibit opens at the South Florida venue at 4801 Dreher Trail in West Palm Beach on November 16, 2013 and runs through Titanics fateful 102nd anniversary with the exhibit closing on April 20, 2014. While important scientic discoveries are made every day, said SFSCA CEO Lew Crampton, there are few as stirring and dramatic as those researched and recovered from Titanic. This blockbuster exhibit depicts an inspiring and dramatic time in our history and its discovery would not have been possible without the presence of modern day technology. We want visitors of all ages to be exposed to the notion that science is all around us, and we know this epic exhibit will accomplish that goal in a unique and highly educational way. We are grateful to the Quantum Foundation for their sponsorship in assisting us to underwrite this important exhibit. Were convinced that from young to old, visitors of all ages will enjoy Titanic! The exhibition has been designed with a focus on the legendary RMS Titanics compelling human stories as best told through authentic artifacts and extensive room re-creations. Perfume created by a man traveling to New York to sell his samples, china etched with the logo of the elite White Star Line, even personal effects like a cigar holder, toothpaste jar and a calling card-these and many other authentic objects offer haunting, emotional connections to lives abruptly ended or forever altered. Visitors are quickly drawn back in time to 1912 as they enter the exhibit, with each receiving a replica boarding pass of an actual passenger on board Titanic. They then begin their chronological journey through the life of Titanic, moving through the Ships construction, to life on board, to the ill-fated sinking and amazing artifact rescue efforts. Visitors will marvel at the recreated rst and third-class cabins, and can press their palms against an iceberg while learning of countless stories of heroism and humanity. In the Memorial Gallery, guests will take their boarding pass to the memorial wall and discover whether their passenger and traveling companions survived or perished. Over the past 15 years, more than 25 million people have seen this powerful exhibition in major museums worldwide, from Chicago to Los Angeles and Paris to London. RMS Titanic, Inc. is the only company permitted by law to recover objects from the wreck site of Titanic. The company was granted Salvor-in-Possession rights to the wreck site of Titanic by a United States federal court in 1994 and has conducted eight research and recovery expeditions to the sunken ship, rescuing more than 5,500 artifacts. We know that a passion for science is at the heart of any health care career so, as a health care foundation, were excited that the South Florida Science Center is growing and developing as a center for science education in the region, said Quantum Foundation President Eric Kelly. Big exhibits like this help draw new people in to explore the world of science and this exhibit will encourage those who havent experienced the newlyrenovated museum to come and see how just how exciting it is. The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium, formerly known as the South Florida Science Museum, recently completed a $5 million expansion and renovation and will host Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition in its newly expanded exhibit hall. With a new mission to open every mind to science, the Science Center features more than 50 handson educational exhibits, an 8,000 gallon fresh and salt water aquariumfeaturing both local and exotic marine life, a digital planetarium, conservation research station, Florida exhibit hall and an interactive Everglades exhibit. All exhibits will be open during the Titanics special showing. Admission to the Science Center during Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition will be $15 for adults, $11.50 for children aged 3 to 12, and $13.50 for seniors aged 62 and older. Science Center members and children under 3 are free; and school group pricing will not be affected. Planetarium shows and miniature golf are not included in general admission pricing. The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium is located at 4801 Dreher Trail North, West Palm Beach and is open Monday Friday from 9am-5pm, and on Saturday and Sunday from 10am-6pm. For more information, call 561-832-1988 or visit www.sfsciencecenter.org. Like the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium on Facebook and follow them on Twitter @ SFScienceCenter. Titanic Fast Facts 705 passengers survived, but 1,523 were lost. Even if all 20 lifeboats had been lled to capacity, there was only room in them for 1,178 people. Titanic was the largest moving object of its time. It cost $7.5 million to build Titanic, which carried a $5 million insurance policy. It would have cost about $400 million to build the ship today. More than 10,000 men worked on Titanic for nearly three years to construct the hull and internal structure. More than 100,000 people gathered to watch Titanic sail off to New York. For a third-class passenger, a ticket was $40 ($770 today). For a rst-class passenger, tickets were $4,500 a piece ($90,000 today). It took about 60 pounds of coal for the ship to move 60 feet. DRAMATIC STORY OF THE SINKING OF TITANIC COMES TO SOUTH FLORIDASouth Florida Science Center and Aquarium to host exhibit from November 16 through April 20 On view through February 23, alongside Breaking Boundaries: Contemporary Street Fashion in Japan exhibitDELRAY BEACH, FL Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens is making history, as it hosts the rst ever Kogei arts and crafts exhibition in the United States, through Feb. 23, 2014. Contemporary Kogei Styles in Japan was made possible through a special collaboration by the Agency for Cultural Affairs of Japan, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan and the Consulate General of Japan in Miami, with contributions from the Tokyo National Museum of Modern Art, All Nippon Airways Co., LTD., and Stella M. Holmes. Dedicated to representing the living culture of Japan, we are honored to host this unprecedented exhibition, said Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens Park Administrator Bonnie White LeMay. Our collaboration with various other organizations to make this happen attests to our valued relationship with Japan and helps establish us as a leader in art and culture. Representing a prestigious status in Japan, Kogei is an authentic Japanese art form that requires the practical use of natures artistic beauty by using organic natural materials such as stone, minerals, trees, and plants. Kogei has been associated with art and the evolution of the likes of Japanese tea ceremony and ower arrangement, giving rise to an appreciation of the beauty of rened traditional skills. Contemporary Kogei Styles in Japan features a unique collection of 90 Kogei style contemporary artworks, including ceramics, textiles, dolls, metal works, urushi (lacquer work), wood, bamboo, and glass. It showcases a selection of works from 39 highly renowned artists, as well as younger artists whose creativity has earned them recognition in recent years. Viewers will encounter artists who have spent many years acquiring and honing traditional skills with intricate historical connections, as they express originality while saluting tradition and adhering to utility and beauty. They will also nd artists whose brilliance in technique and harnessing the unique features of the source materials reveals the possibilities for original plastic expression, explained Contemporary Kogei Styles in Japan curator Moroyama Masanori from The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo. Both have earned acclaim for their works imbued with modernity. The rst Kogei collection ever exhibited outside of Japan, Crafting Beauty, which focused on traditional arts and crafts, was showcased at the world famous British Museum in 2007. The only other notable exhibition of Kogei was in 2012 at Palazzo Pitti in Italy. Titled Historic Art and Crafts, it focused on modern art. As the rst of its kind to appear in the U.S., this exhibit represents the starting point for a presentation of Kogei art worldwide. The Kogei artists, whose work is shown, are evolving the future of Japanese arts and crafts, as well as making international contributions to art and cultural interaction, added Masanori. Also through Feb. 23, the Morikami will host the exhibition Breaking Boundaries: Contemporary Street Fashion in Japan. It will display some of the most popular and imaginative clothing styles made and worn on the streets of Japan today. The outts represented include cute Lolita fashions, Gothic-Lolita, Punk, and a melting pot mlange of many others. On view are an assortment of garments and accessories produced by the trendiest Japanese street fashion brands, such as Metamorphose, Baby the Stars Shine Bright, and more. The chic clothing is accompanied by a selection of photographs of stylish street wear captured on the fashionable boulevards of Japan. Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. The Morikami is located at 4000 Morikami Park Road in Delray Beach, Florida. Visit www.morikami.org or call 561495-0233. Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens announces rst U.S. Kogei Arts and Crafts Exhibition

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com N ovember 2013 47 destinations T he MOD Squad, Lake Worths Downtown Merchants, are lling the month of November full of fun-packed activities and hundreds of good reasons to come downtown. The month of November is lling up fast and getting ready for prime time. Evenings on the Avenue take place every rst and third Friday from 6-9PM. With all of our new restaurants and shops opening, the streets of Lake and Lucerne and in-between are buzzing with activity and excitement. Every SaturdayParking Lot Sale: Trinkets and Treasures, The Bees Knees and The Unknown Boutique on the 700 Block of Lake Avenue hold weekly sales on the parking lots behind their building. They have thousands of ea market items for sale each week at bargain basement prices. A barbeque is always red up with tasty hotdogs sold for a small donation. Sunday, November 17: Artist Sale on the Parking Lots of Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery, 15 South J Street: The gallery now has the luxury of two parking lots large enough to host member artists and artists friends inside and outside the gallery. This is a real artists yard sale with big discounts on art items that need to leave the nest, art supplies, and art-like treasures that need to be let go so some more can be collected. Think Artists Flea Market for this event, for who would have more interesting trash, treasures, furniture and equipment to get rid of than artists. Artists who want to participate can contact Betty Wilson and Linda Manganaro, parking lot show curators at Potteryme@aol.com. The sale will take place from 10AM to 4PM. Lake Worth Food Truck Invasion: November 11, 6:00 PM Organized by Karine Albano of South Shores Tavern, this Invasion takes place once a month on the parking lot of the PNB Bank. Friday, November 1: Evening on the Avenue: People Watchers can get front row seats at South Shores on Lucerne and at Brogues, Daves, Igots and The French House Grab a bite or a drink, listen to the great live bands and then wander around town to all of the shops and events. J Street: Coconut Planet on J Street demonstrates the making of jewelry and adornments out of coconuts in a new little venue lled with clothing and accessories. Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery will be holding a reception for the artists from the Lake Worth Art Lofts, Lake Worths newest community. The Artist Lofts are live/work spaces created by the CRA. The reception takes place during Evening on the Avenue, Friday, November 1 from 6-9 PM, 15 South J Street. Lake Avenue: Stroll Lake Avenue dropping in at the many shops offering wine and cheese spreads as you shop and mingle. Artists will be painting and musicians playing in front of the many shops. From Mauricis Salon on the 500 Block of Lake to the newest boutique on the 800 block of Lake, the street is open and waiting for you to drop in. Every Saturday The Bees Knees and Trinkets and Treasures hold a barbeque and garage sale on their back parking lot. A New Art Gallery is Opening: Shoestring Designs is creating a new art gallery inside Palm Beach Interiors at 716 Lake Avenue. Jana is putting out a Call to Artists. Contact Jana at 561-255-8271. Lucerne Avenue: Lucerne Avenue is rapidly growing as new shops arrive and older shops ourish. This street is a mixture of the services communities need from shoe repair, dog grooming, to the post ofce, galleries and food establishments. Maryanne and Bruce Weber Galleries at 705 Lucerne are lled with exceptional works of art and the frames needed to display them. Maryanne is the heart and soul behind the internationally famous Lake Worth Street Painting Festival. Dixie Highway: Off the beaten track, but wonderful shops exist along Dixie Highway. From the Northern section of Lake Worth are two arts facilities, McMows Art Glass, 701 North Dixie Highway and Chan Musicenter, 608 Dixie Highway. Both have been in the community for decades and are award winning businesses in their own rights and well worth visiting. Travel South on Dixie to Galaxy Thrift for exceptional bargains (102N) and then down to Local Smoking Domain, 407 S, for intricate blown glass creations.Calendar of Events: Friday, November 1 Evening on the Avenue: 6-9 PM Reception for new Artist Loft Residents at Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery, 15 South J Street. Saturday and Sunday, November 2-3 Lake Worth Playhouse: The Tropicana Nov 2nd From the Producers of last Januarys sold out, riotously acclaimed fundraising event, The Speakeasy, comes a wildly anticipate sequel, The Tropicana! This time, we are taking you to Havana, Cuba for another fun lled night of drinking, gambling, light fare, dancing and cabaret style entertainment. Travel back in time to the 1950s and experience the spectacular, tropical and colorful days of El Tropicana; a world renowned Caribbean cabaret and nightclub. The Lake Worth Arts League will be holding an exhibition in the Cultural Plaza on the 2nd and the 3rd of November. Friday, November 8, 6-9 PM Reception for the Children from Jacmel Haiti at Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery, 15 South J StreetThese are the children who benet every year from the Haitian Empty Bowl Fundraiser held every March in downtown Lake Worth Block Party with Michael Puccio, Studio Dance Lake Worth on 500 block of Lake Avenue. Come dance with Michael and enjoy the treats served you from Mauricis Salon on the Avenue and Elegant Alterations. A party for everyone to join in on. Saturday, November 9 Veterans Parade Lake Worth Playhouse: Comedian Bobby Collins Bobby Collins heartfelt and witty humor will engage the audience with a clever blend of characterizations and hilarious observations to which everyone can relate Thursday, November 14 The Mystery and Magic Tour arrives in Lake Worth. Food, wine and Fortune Tellers will be scattered in shops and restaurants throughout the town. 4-10 Busloads will descend on Lake Worth to wander through shops and restaurants gather trinkets and gifts and have their fortunes told seers and prognosticators. Contact Barbara, 1-800-8385931 for your place on the bus. Classic Car Event Downtown Friday, November 15 Evening on the Ave: 6-9 PM Clay Glass Metal Stone GalleryMadcap Motion featuring works from MaryEllen Dohrs, Kelly Dean Manganaro and Linda Manganaro Inner Chords Fundraiser for Childrens Literacy on J Street (outside CGMS Gallery). Featured performers: Marie Nofsinger, Gyorgy Lakatos and Gin. Funds will be used to teach literacy to children through the production of art. Wednesday, November 20 Judaic show at Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery in time for an early Hanukah. From 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM the gallery will be hosting groups and individuals with an all day holiday party and sale. Ten of the galleries artists regularly produce Judaic works which will be featured in this full day celebration. Thursday, November 21 Lake Worth Playhouse: The Games Afoot Nov 21 Dec 8 The Lake Worth Playhouse kicks off the holiday season with an unusual murdermystery starring the classic Sherlock Holmes in this Christmas Eve comedy not to be forgotten. Friday, November 29 Black FridayThere mare many good reasons to shop Lake Worth on Black Friday. From the most original holiday gifts to huge Black Friday discounts to free parking all over town. Saturday, November 30 Small Biz Saturday Another day of free parking and wonderful sales all over downtown Lake Worth. Take advantage of the American Express discounts combined with all of the special holiday sales offered by members of the Merchants of Downtown, the Lake Worth MOD Squad. The Merchants of Downtown is a group that meets weekly to make Downtown Lake Worth a welcoming destination for neighbors and visitors alike. The MOD Squad, as they fondly refer to themselves, organizes block by block bringing activity, unity and camaraderie to the Downtown corridor. For additional information contact JClay6@aol.com The MOD Squad and Lake Worth WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.The Palm Beach Zoo announces its second-highest attendance year to date, with 313,746 guests visiting during the Zoos 2013 scal year, which ran from October 1, 2012, to September 30, 2013. The Zoo was aiming to break the previous attendance record set in 2011, when 314,471 guests visited, and the Zoo came within 0.025% of that record. We were only 725 guests short of our goal, explained Andrew Aiken, President and CEO of the Zoo. Although we came close, several days of heavy rain in September prevented us from surpassing the previous record-high attendance number. Were proud that we almost set a new record, Aiken continued. Having the second-best attendance this year lets us know were on the right track for reaching visitors with our message of conservation. Although there was not a new attendance record set, a record number of volunteers put their passion for wildlife into work at the Zoo. The Zoo had 474 volunteers during the past scal year, with 34,913 hours given. In comparison, 10,000 volunteer hours were donated in the 2012 scal year. This year, 175 individual volunteers and ten groups with 299 total volunteers helped the Zoo reach an alltime high amount of hours donated. Volunteers are critical to our success, said Joe Landmichl, Volunteer and Docent Manager for the Zoo. Their time and abilities help to ll the resource gap that non-prot organizations like the Zoo face. With our family-friendly feel and conservation mission, I am proud of the atmosphere weve gained to increasing volunteerism at the Zoo. Palm Beach Atlantic University students help clear Zoo grounds The Zoo has many volunteer opportunities, especially for groups of ve or more who want to help keep the grounds beautiful, said Landmichl. We aim to be a place for families to come, not only to have a good time, but to learn about the world we all share. To volunteer with the Zoo, visit this link: http://www.palmbeachzoo.org/volunteersdocents About the Palm Beach Zoo The Zoological Society of the Palm Beaches exists to inspire people to act on behalf of the natural world. We advance our conservation mission through endangered species propagation, education, health and wellness, eld research, and conservation medicine. Our sustainable and responsible business practices and local, national and global partnerships enable the Palm Beach Zoo to support national and international conservation, species survival, and habitat preservation. The Palm Beach Zoo is a located at 1301 Summit Boulevard in West Palm Beach, Florida. The Zoo is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day except Thanksgiving and Christmas. For more information, visit www. palmbeachzoo.org.High attendance, record-breaking volunteerism at the Palm Beach Zoo CELEBRITIES ANNOUNCED FOR NEXT MONTHS PRO-CELEBRITY EVENT BOCA RATON, FL Comedian Jon Lovitz and ABC-TV s Scandal star Scott Foley headline a group of celebrities who will attend the 2013 Chris Evert/Raymond James ProCelebrity Tennis Classic, assisting the tennis legend in her annual fundraiser to prevent drug abuse and child neglect. Lovitz, the former Saturday Night Live star who has been a regular at the Pro-Celebrity event for the past decade, and Foley, who plays Jake Ballard on the highly-rated drama series, will be joined by actors Alan Thicke and Kevin McKidd; actress Maeve Quinlan; and musicians Gavin Rossdale and David Cook. Longtime tennis journalist and historian Bud Collins is also on the guest list. Four members of the International Tennis Hall of Fame are among the group of former pros who will be matched with the celebrities. In addition to the former world No. 1 Evert, 7-time singles Grand Slam champion Mats Wilander, 18-time singles Grand Slam champion Martina Navratilova and Navratilovas former doubles partner, Pam Shriver, will be attending the event. Other former or current pros assisting with the fundraiser include WTA perennial doubles champions Rennae Stubbs and Lisa Raymond, USTA manager of player development Patrick McEnroe and former Andre Agassi, Andy Roddick and Andy Murray coach Brad Gilbert. Seven of the eight pros are ESPN or Tennis Channel commentators, while Raymond is still active on the WTA Tour. The 24th annual event will be held the weekend of November 15-17 and includes a Tennis Pro-Am and Classic Cocktail Reception at the Boca Resort & Club (Friday, Nov. 15), followed by two days of Pro-Celebrity Tennis at the Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis Center (Saturday & Sunday, Nov. 16 & 17). The annual Charity Gala is scheduled for Saturday evening (Nov. 16) at the Boca Resort & Club, highlighted by a Blues Brothers tribute by the Jake and Elwood Blues Revue. The 90-minute show integrates the humor and songs from the original 1980 lm The Blues Brothers, and includes Aretha Franklin and Cab Calloway impersonators. Evert has hosted the charity event since 1989 and contributions have totaled more than $20.6 million, including $600,000 in 2012. Chris Evert Charities partners with the Ounce of Prevention Fund of Florida, a publicprivate partnership blending state and private dollars and investing them in innovative, community-based programs that give Florida children a chance to live free from the ravages of drug abuse and neglect. Tickets for the Pro-Celebrity tennis event range in price from $20 to $90. General admission tickets are $20, individual club seats with seat backs are $40 per day or $70 for the weekend, and platinum level seating is $90 per day or $175 for the two-day session. Tickets to the Charity Gala are $750. To purchase tickets, call Chris Evert Charities at 561-394-2400, or visit the website at www.chrisevert.org.

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48 November 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple Queen of the Sun: What Are the Bees Telling Us? Second movie from the Visual Harvest lm series to be screened in Delray Beach Local community gardens to benet from monthly series at St. Pauls Episcopal ChurchThree Delray Beach groups have come together to raise awareness about food, ecology, and community through Visual Harvest, a lm series. The Swinton Community Garden, The Frog Alley Community Garden, and The Green Team of St. Pauls Episcopal Church invite the community to attend the screening of Queen of the Sun: What Are the Bees Telling Us? at St. Pauls Episcopal Church in Delray Beach on Wednesday, November 6th, 2013, at 6:30 pm. Honeybees pollinate crops that make up one out of three bites of food on our tables and they have been literally vanishing from their hives all across the planet. Three fourths of the top crops grown in the world require animals mostly insects for pollination. The extermination of the honeybee could set off a worldwide economic disaster and food crisis. For example, bee populations are so low in the US that it now takes 60% of the countrys surviving colonies just to pollinate one California crop almonds. And this is not just a west coast problemCalifornia supplies 80% of the worlds almonds, a market worth $4 billion. Queen of the Sun takes a profound look at this global bee crisis and the beekeepers, scientists and philosophers from around the globe that have dedicated their lives to solving this mystery. The problems, challenges and solutions are explored in an effort to renew a balance with nature. An eight time independent lm festival award winner, Queen of the Sun has been described as One of the most beautiful nature lms ever made, Stunning, soulful, uplifting, humbling and alarming all at the same time. Organizers of the lm series suggest a donation of $7 per person for each screening. Proceeds of the donations would go towards the cost of showing the lms. (Most lmmakers charge about $100 for small community screenings.) Any money raised beyond the cost of the lm series would benet the Swinton Community Garden, Frog Alley Community Garden, and St. Pauls Episcopal Church. Visual Harvest: Event details for November What: Screening of Queen of the Sun: What Are the Bees Telling Us? (Suggested donation of $7) When: Wednesday, November 6th: doors open at 6:30 p.m.; lm starts at 7:00 p.m.; refreshments served. Where: St. Pauls Episcopal Church, 188 S. Swinton Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33444 About Swinton Community Garden Swinton Community Garden is an organic, not-for-prot garden in the heart of Delray Beach. Now in its sixth year, SCG is committed to providing opportunities for community-building, education, and gardening as a therapeutic activity. In addition to tending individual plots, SCG members grow food for donation to local charities. About Frog Alley Community Garden The Frog Alley Community garden is part of Sow Share, a nonprot program whose mission is to connect people to the earth and to each other through garden-related education, community gardening, and resource sharing. Sow Share is a program of Auroras Voice, a nonprot organization devoted to continuing the work of Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King. About the Green Team at St. Pauls Episcopal Church We embrace the sacred and moral responsibility to be active stewards of Gods creation by promoting a vision of a just and sustainable world community. We will adopt best practices in preserving and nourishing our earth and its resources by incorporating green thinking, sustainability and conservation into our operational decisions and actions. Our leadership will inspire and empower our church community, our neighbors and future generations to strengthen their relationship with the beauty, mystery and power in nature and to take action for the earth. Contact: Mary Whittemore: 561.512.6715

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com N ovember 2013 49 By Katy Lynch Special to The PineappleWhether youre a local veteran or just visiting for the weekend, you should already know that football has power. The power to connect a group of complete strangers -all routing for their favorite team. The screams, the excitement, the victory dances all create a community of sports fans where emotions are high and the beer keeps on owing. While sometimes you may enjoy the game in the comfort of your own home, the excitement doubles when youre out among friends. Heres our guide to 5 top places to watch football in Delray Beach: Brus Room A staple in Delray Beach, Brus Room (brusroom.com) is your go-to spot for everything sports. It was founded by former Miami Dolphin, Bob Bru Brudzinski and partner, Eddie Hauck, the founder of Wings n Things -and has been noted as being the Best Sports Bar in South Florida. Every Saturday and Sunday, the place heats up with dedicated fans nibbling away on classic bar favorites like Brus Boneless Wings, Nachos Supreme, Potato Skins and more (healthy options are available too) -all paired with their favorite adult beverages. Brus Room, 35 NE 2nd Ave, Delray Beach (561) 276-3663 Bostons on the Beach Just steps away from the ocean, Bostons on the Beach (bostonsonthebeach.com) has been packing sports enthusiasts in for over 30 years. With over 30 screens (and a private at screen at each booth), you are sure to nd your game on, though when the New England Patriots, Boston Celtics or Red Sox are on, you might be up for a ght, as Bostons is home to these 3 teams. In addition to having great energy in a laid back setting, Bostons offers some great specials during every NFL game like their 5 for $12.50 (or $15 for premium) buckets; a 48-oz pitcher of Yuengling and 8 wings for $15; and more. Bostons on the Beach, 40 S Ocean Blvd, Delray Beach; (561) 278-3364 Deck 84 Its fun in the sun at Deck 84 (Deck84.com), the perfect place to be to enjoy al fresco dining, waterfront views, creative cuisine -and the big game. You can enjoy your game on one of the many at screens, both indoor and out -and some lucky fans will even be able to view their team on the 8 x 8 projector screen. While we do enjoy the sun outside on the deck, sometimes it does happen to rain. When this occurs, Deck 84 kicks in Happy Hour for all to enjoy. Deck 84, 840 E Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach; (561) 665-8484 Johnnie Browns On the corner of E Atlantic Ave and NE 3rd Ave, just past the railroad tracks, lies Johnnie Browns (www.johnniebrowns.com). Known for their chill atmosphere, live music and prime location, this restaurant has also become a home to local sports fans. While Johnnie Browns doesnt feature every game (sorry, no NFL ticket here), locally televised games will be shown -and youll be able to listen, as well as watch the game. To add some energy during the game, live music will be played during commercial breaks and after the game. Johnnie Browns, 301 E Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach ((561) 243-99112 The Ofce If you want to watch the game in a hip environment, head on over to The Ofce (theofcedelray.com) for a menu of gourmet comfort food, craft beer, wine, cocktails and more. While you wont be able to see every game there (only 2 can be shown at a time), you can be assured that the important ones will be on. In addition to having great energy and being a place to people watch, The Ofce offers great happy hour specials daily from 3-7pm and again from 10pm until close. Think -50% off drinks and a special happy hour menu. The Ofce 201 E Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach; (561) 276-3600 Katy Lynch, the owner of Savor Tonight, is an avid food and wine enthusiast. Eager to discover new restaurants and food experiences, you can nd her in a restaurant most nights of the week. She also hosts culinary events (ranging from happy hours to wine dinners) throughout South Florida through Savor Tonights gourmet social club. If youd like to follow the group, and learn about her events, visit savortonight.com or send an email to events@savortonight.com in Delray Beach5 Top places to watch football in Delray BeachChef Vaughan becomes a Supreme GrowerChef Vaughan, founder of Pizza Fusion and Kapow! Noodle BarBy Jenny Preston Special to The Pineapple Its rare, a little strange in fact, that a garden is a meeting place. But when that meeting is with Chef Vaughan, it is a natural. Tucked behind the railroad tracks, lays the Boca Raton Community Garden. When asked why he decided to start a plot in this garden, Chef Vaughan answered, Seeing small gardens here in South Florida is huge, and Im happy to be a part of the movement. This movement is an integral part of who Chef Vaughan is and how he came to open Pizza Fusion, the popular restaurant that promises fresh, organic, and earth friendly pizza. My college years were over and I wanted to start living healthier. I wanted to be aware of what was going into my body and realized I didnt have a place to eat, that t my on-thego and organic lifestyle. Being no stranger to the restaurant business, an industry he grew up in, Chef Vaughan opened Pizza Fusion in 2006 in Deereld Beach, never imagining the mass success and franchise opportunities it would bring. Flash forward 7 years and now his hands are dirty. My wife and I have our own garden in our backyard and a homemade compost pile it stinks to high heaven but our dog loves it, he laughs. You can tell that Chef Vaughan is genuine in what he says and believes, which is only bolstered by the fact that one of his close friends and colleagues is Farmer Jay, a Delray Beach farmer whose own philosophy is rooted in local, sustainable farming. Jay provides Chef Vaughans restaurants micro greens and seasonal produce, and just recently planted the rows of herbs we are surrounded by. Theres basil, rosemary, three types of peppers, sprigs of thyme, cilantro, and a massive patch of mint. As we talk, Chef Vaughan and Kapow! Noodle Bars Executive Chef Caleb, water each patch with a mixture of Supreme Growers products, a USA made line of soil amendments that naturally and organically feed the soil. Everything in this garden is organically grown, no spraying is allowed, he begins, these herbs will be used in our craft cocktails. Being a South Florida native, my teenage years were spent at Mizner Park eating ice cream and riding my bike down Delray Beachs Atlantic Ave to my internships. It is refreshing to know that there are restaurants and business owners in this community who have embraced the local culture and believe the best world is a sustainable world. Visit Kapow! Noodle Bar in Boca Ratons Mizner Park. To become a Supreme Grower like Chef Vaughan visit www.SupremeGrowers.com Jenny Preston is a Social Media Manager at New Epic Media and local foodie. Sure to be Delray Beachs favorite new watering hole, the corner of Swinton Avenue and 1st Street is where youll discover The Star Bar. Just off the beaten path and within walking distance of the vibrant Atlantic Avenue corridor, this indoor/outdoor, garden bar has new handcrafted wood tables nestled among owering bushes and tropical trees adorned with twinkling lights. The inside features a hand-painted ceiling, whimsical bar and an eclectic collection of artwork. Live music is the draw on Thursdays and Fridays with a mix of acoustic rock, jazz and blues. Open from 5 pm until closing. Located in the heart of historic Downtown Delray Beach and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Sundy House is a boutique inn and restaurant situated within an acre of tropical gardens. It is the recipient of numerous awards, including Trip Advisor Certicate of Excellence, New Times Best Restaurant Palm Beach County 2013 nominee, and Boca Raton Magazines Most Romantic Restaurant and Best Brunch. Sundy House is located at 106 South Swinton, Delray Beach, FL 33444. For more information, visit www.sundyhouse. com or call 561.272.5678.Star Bar now open at Sundy House ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY (Equal or lesser value. Limit 1 per customer. Cannot be combined with other offers.)

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50 November 2013 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Delray Beach Pineapple DELRAY BEACH, FL The Delray GreenMarket began its 18th season this past October 19, as it returned to the Old School Square Park for the second year. The market takes place every Saturday morning through May 10, 2014, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Delray GreenMarket is a favorite weekend destination for many local residents and visitors, offering fresh produce, plants, baked goods, gourmet food items, and other unique fare from local vendors in an open-air setting. With free live entertainment each week, playground equipment, and a variety of special events, the Delray GreenMarket is a fun and educational experience for the whole family. Thanks to a collaboration with the Delray Beach Center for the Arts, there are more kids activities at the market this season. The nonprot debuts its Budding Artists booth, offering fun, meaningful crafts each weekend, using natural and recycled materials. Crafts are led by art teachers from the Center for the Arts, assisted by volunteers from Atlantic High School. Weve always wanted to offer more quality kids activities at the market, said GreenMarket Manager Lori Nolan. The Delray Beach Center for the Arts is the perfect partner, and were glad to have them on board this season. Many new vendors also joined the market this seasonoffering products such as paella, Thai tacos, fresh baked fruit pies, pet products, and tropical fruit treeswhile many familiar vendors returned. With space for more than 60 vendors, the Delray GreenMarket offers shoppers a wide variety of products. The Old School Square Park is located on NE 2nd Avenue, a half block north of Atlantic Avenue. Free public parking is available immediately north of the park, in the Old School Square Parking Garage, at the southwest corner of NE 2nd Avenue and NE 1st Street. Valet service is available at the garage after 10 a.m., with a fee of $1/hour. The Delray GreenMarket is a project of the Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency. Vendor applications are available online at http://db.tt/uoBdQkbd. For more information, visit www.fb.com/ delraygreenmarket. Questions should be directed to GreenMarket Manager Lori Nolan at (561) 276-7511 or greenmarket@delraycra. org. To learn more about the CRA, visit the CRA website at www.delraycra.org or call the CRA ofce at (561) 276-8640.DELRAY GREENMARKET RETURNS TO OLD SCHOOL SQUARE PARK FOR 18TH SEASON More than 250 locals celebrate membership in Mellow Mushroom Delray Beachs Beer ClubBeer lovers rejoice! Mellow Mushroom Delray Beach is celebrating beer lovers with the ofcial Beer Club, which rewards customers who have tried at least 100 of the pizza bakers available beers. Mellow Mushroom, known for its pizza, also touts having the best beer selection in Palm Beach County. The Delray Beach location rotates its beer selection consistently, most recently adding 40 new beers, including several selections of pumpkin beers during the month of October. Beer Club members are required to drink 100 unique beers from Mellow Mushroom to gain membership into the 100 club; customers are also recognized for reaching the 200, 500 and 1,000 levels. (There is no time limit for trying out the various options and Mellow Mushroom reminds all of its patrons to drink responsibly.) To sign up for the Beer Club, interested future members should pick-up a special Beer Club card at Mellow Mushroom. Learn more at www.mmbeerclub.com. In recognition of their achievements, Mellow Mushroom Beer Club members are given the following: $1 off every beer they drink after reaching the 100-beer milestone (exclusions do apply); a $25 Mellow Mushroom gift certicate for the Delray Beach location; an engraved pint glass with their name on it to take home; and their name on a plaque on the Mellow Mushroom wall. Mellow Mushroom Delray Beach currently has 170 members in its 100 Beer Club; 75 in its 200 Beer Club; seven in its 500 Beer Club; and ve in its 1,000 Beer Club. Mellow Mushroom Delray Beach is located at 25 SE 6th Avenue in Delray Beach, Florida. The location is family owned and run. Call 561-330-3040 for more information. Jim Koch (co-founder of Samuel Adams beer) had dinner at Mellow Mushroom in Delray Beach last month. Here he is with part of the Delray management/ownership team: Alex Platt and Jackie Platt Charitydine.com announces partnerships with restaurants in Delray BeachDELRAY BEACH, FL Charitydine. com, an industry leader in connecting restaurants and patrons for the benet of charity has established a strong presence in Delray Beach, Florida. A primary example of Charitydine.coms restaurant partners are 50 Ocean and Bostons on the Beach, managed by Mark DeAtley, are two high prole landmark eateries that cater to many of the websites afuent clientele. Charitydine. com, as part of a routine survey, has received great feedback from its membership, many of whom have come to the website by virtue of their charity partners sending emails to their many philanthropic contributors. Customers are motivated to spend their money at these locations after purchasing 60% off dining certicates from Charitydine.com. Unlike Groupon and Livingsocial, Charitydine. com protects its restaurant partners with minimum purchase and gratuity requirements, which is why their program has been widely accepted by south Florida restaurants and soon launching in Philadelphia. Thanks to Charitydine.com, I have been to Bostons and 50 Ocean many times with friends and family and never been disappointed. We love the atmosphere almost as much as the food. Charitydine.com has been the motivator for many of us to continue going to these lovely restaurants, said Donna M of Delray Beach, FL. Other restaurants that Charitydine. com partners with in Delray Beach are La Cigale, Jimmys Bistro, Prime Steakhouse and many more. La Cigale is a very high end Mediterranean restaurant run by Francis Touboul and Zagat Rated 24. Jimmys Bistro, is a very trendy downtown eatery, run by Rich Mitchell and quite popular amongst Charity Diners. Prime Steakhouse, a most recent addition to the site, situated directly on the famed Atlantic Ave, is headed by Andre Curt and has developed a strong following with Charity Dine as well. These restaurants are just ve of the 200 dining spots offered by Charitydine.com in south Florida, that directly benet charitable foundations. Executive Director of Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League Rich Anderson is a beneciary of the group of Charity Dine. We are extremely diligent when approached with a fundraising or cause marketing opportunity, said Mr. Anderson. Because of the Leagues strong brand awareness in the community we are presented with these opportunities almost daily. Our partnership with Charitydine.com has been one of the most benecial promotional programs weve ever entered intoeasy, seamless, and completely transparent. CharityDine is truly a win-win-win program for the animals, for the socially conscious public, and for participating restaurants. By Joe Stout Founder and CEO Special to The Pineapple When I moved to south Florida from Michigan in the summer of 2005, I was caught off guard by the behavior of an alarming number of patrons and restaurants. I came to realize hospitality is a bit different in south Florida than the Midwest, and over the past eight years, I have witnessed head scratching events from both parties. So I thought I would take this opportunity to share some thoughts on how we can all make the going out for dinner experience a more pleasant one. The dining process is really simple, and should be a winwin for the restaurant and the consumer. The restaurant provides meals and surroundings at a price reective of the caliber of food being served, friendly and courteous service, and an overall pleasing experience. The consumer should enjoy all of the above mentioned attributes, be kind and courteous to the people working at the restaurant, as well as to fellow diners. At the conclusion of a satisfactory meal, pay the bill and if waited on, tip the server 15% 20% of the total meal. (or more if the service was exceptional) This is how it should work. But not every dining experience is ideal, and at some point, issues arise, something is not right, and someone gets their panties in a bunch. It is my goal to provide logical solutions so these hurdles can be easily overcome and everyone lives happily ever after. Lets rst discuss the two most common (and most obvious) nemesis of enjoyable dining. The bad customer The consumer we are talking about is not connected to a gender, race, religion, age, or social status. They are, in simple terms, special people. (or SPs) The reason for their specialness is a curious one, as there is nothing detectible to the human eye. They appear to be regular people, but inside brews a toxic and potentially lethal self perception that surfaces the minute they step inside a restaurant. In most cases, the special people do not limit their venomous and self serving methods to eateries. They can also be seen cutting off three lanes of trafc to make the turn they missed, and aggressively honking their horn at any given opportunity. They view wait staff/servers as servants/ peons, and for some bizarre reason, feel their value to society is greater than others. The bad restaurant This is a place where no one seems to really give a $#@! about you or anyone else. Management treats the staff poorly, the staff treats the customer poorly, the kitchen doesnt care, and the owner is the origin of this mudslide of disappointment. This is the place where the staff makes you feel like they are doing you a favor by letting you sit down at one of their dirty tables. No one smile, they are not courteous, and you wait long periods of time to be waited on. The hot meal is sometimes cold, your order is sometimes wrong, and worst of all, no one seems to care. They view customers as evil necessities and for some bizarre reason think people should support them just because. Lets take some sample situations and list the things you should do and the things you shouldnt do. A long wait to get a table Shouldnt do: Stare at the hostess/host hoping that your relentless gaze will shame them into nding you a table, or, keep mumbling I cant believe how long this is taking for other patrons to hear. Should do: Go to the bar, have a drink, and be glad youre alive. Or, go to another restaurant. Slow Service Shouldnt do: Constantly look around, look at your watch, whistle to get the servers attention, or act like a douche when the server does get to your table. If you are in a hurry, (going to a show, lunch, etc) let your hostess and/or server know you have a timeline before you order. Should do: Peruse the menu and converse with the people you are dining with. When the server arrives and offers no explanation as to why the service is slow, politely ask. Could be they are short staffed or another reasonable explanation. If the slow service continues and there is a sign of attitude from the server, ask to speak to a manager and respectfully share your frustration. Bad/Wrong Food Shouldnt do: Throw your fork at the server, whine like a baby, get up and walk out and go home and write a horrible online review. Should do: Respectfully share the issue with your server. If they do not resolve the issue to your complete satisfaction, again, ask to speak to a manager. Remember, management is trained and paid to handle these situations. How they handle your issue will tell you everything you need to know about this restaurant. Management Fails to Resolve Your Issue Shouldnt do: Accept it. The value of dining out should never be compromised. Mistakes happen, but you should never unload on a server for any reason (unless they hit on your wife) But accepting poor or rude service, bad food, and a bad attitude is reason to revoke your man or woman card. Should do: Write a letter to the owners. Its possible they are unaware of their poor management team and they do not want to lose your business. Until you hear from them, stay away from this restaurant. If you never hear back from ownership, dont go back and share your experience. If you do hear back, and your issue is resolved to your satisfaction, go back and share your experience. My simple philosophy is this: Never judge a restaurant on the mistake. Judge them on how they handle the mistake. And remember, dining out is supposed to be fun. Delray Beach has great restaurants with great people running and working at them. Be respectful, treat others the way you would like to be treated, and appreciate life. Visit us online at www.thefoodbeat.com for our amazing all video search engine, fun programming featuring local restaurants, and video recipes. The Food Beat presents Restaurant Etiquette Volume I

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The Delray Beach Pineapple www.PineappleNewspaper.com N ovember 2013 51 NOVEMBER Porters are perhaps the most dynamic style of beer in my opinion. They are fun to pair with food, remarkably drinkable, great for all kinds of weather, and a nice dark option for hop lovers. My favorite porter is Stones Smoked Porter. This may be, in part, to my minor obsession with the pride and attitude associated with Stone products. The Smoked Porter is smooth, complex, slightly sweet chocolate notes, hints of coffee, and just smoky enough to not overwhelm your palate. Cheers to Stone for making a beer Id drink with ice cream or with a steak! Palm Beach Zoo Food Truck SafariFeed your inner animal at another delicious FOOD TRUCK SAFARI on Saturday, November 9th, 5:30-9:30pm! Enjoy some incredible food from some of your favorite South Florida food trucks, live music from Bobby G in the Interactive Fountain Plaza and Andre Michaud in the Mayan Plaza, along with exciting Zoo Keeper talks & animal training, plus up-close animal encounters. Food trucks currently scheduled to appear include The Daily Special, Food Island Lucilles On Wheels, Mr. Good Stuff Inspir-Asian, Paradise Shave Ice Thanks to Food Truck Connection for scheduling the trucks. Zoo admission for the Food Truck Safari is $9 adult members, $10 adult nonmembers, $6 child members, $7 child nonmembers, under 3 free. Gate proceeds support regular Zoo operations. Details at www.palmbeachzoo.org/special-events. Wildlife Carousel rides are $2 and proceeds support Zoo operations. Food and beverage purchases are NOT included in admission. All food trucks are donating a portion of their proceeds toward Zoo operations. Trucks accept cash or credit. The Palm Beach Zoo encourages all food trucks to apply sustainable practices in their daily operations and well once again give a Sustainability Award to the truck that excels in the most environmental and conservation sustainability categories in our checklist. Past winners include The Daily Special, Food Island and Pescados Unidos.

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2 Delray Beach Wine and Seafood Festival T he Delray Beach Pineapple November 1, 2013 What a great time to be in Delray Beach. As I write Im in awe of our community and feel so blessed to be a part of it. This Fall the Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce celebrates a huge milestone. Well be moving into our new offices on the first floor of the Old School Square Parking Garage, next door to the Arts Garage, across from the Hyatt. The process has been a real labor of love on behalf of so many in our community. We certainly could not have done this without the help of the City of Delray Beach and the CRA. And we definitely could not have accomplished this without the generous financial support of our members and friends. (Please see our list of generous donors to date here in the Chamber Connect and thank them when you see them around town!). I so appreciate our donorsthey have put a stake in the ground saying they care about this community and want to make sure business thrives, while we balance growth and work to maintain the charm and quality of life weve all grown to love and cherish. Our Board of Directors played a crucial role in our move and we sure could not have done this without them. Special thanks go out to our Chairman of the Board, Francisco Perez Azua, who also served as our architect for our new space, and to our incoming Chairman of the Board, Scott Porten, who brings a wealth of knowledge to us as a developer. Several Chamber members have dedicated countless hours to this project, including Annette Smith of AES Designs. Annette is responsible for our gorgeous interior design, along with Jo Lettera of Ofce Furniture Warehouse, who helped with furniture. Also thanks to our dedicated staff who have gone above and beyond this year to take the Chamber to the next level. All of you that have built a business and moved, understand it is no small feat to manage a construction project and a move, on top of operating a day to day business! Whew! We also recognize the giants of the past whose shoulders we stand on now. There are many individuals that have worked tirelessly in our community over the 87 year history of the Chamber, and have committed their lives to create this community that we have today. It is an honor and a delight to be a part of the Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce at this moment in history as we pave the way for future generations. Please come by and see us! Most Sincerely, Karen Granger, Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce, President and CEO

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The Delray Beach Pineapple D elray Beach Wine and Seafood Festival 3 2nd Annual Wine & Seafood FestivalNovember 9 10, 2013 11am 10pm Saturday 11am 8pm Sunday www.dbwineandseafood.com Two Wine Gardens Craft Beers Wine & Food Pairing Seminars Over 150 exhibitors Live Music on Two Stages For more information, contact 561-279-0907PARKING: $5 Parking County Parking Garage Old School Square Parking Garage City Hall Atlantic Plaza East Atlantic Avenue (just before intracoastal)

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4 Delray Beach Wine and Seafood Festival T he Delray Beach Pineapple MAIN STAGE ENTERTAINMENT 2013 Sponsored by WEST STAGESaturday, November 91:30 4:30 Adam Fine Fun Acoustic www.facebook.com /taylorroadband 5:30 8:30 Mike Kavo Acoustic www.mikekavomusic.comSunday, November 1012:00 3:00 Pamela Johnson Country, Pop, Rock, Blues 4:00 7:00 Adam Fine Fun Acoustic www.facebook.com /taylorroadband EAST STAGESaturday, November 912:30 2:30 Floosiana New Orleans Blues Band 3:30 6:00 Sarah Hadeka Rock, Pop, Blues, Alternative www.sarahhadeka.com 7:00 10:00 Taylor Road High Energy Acoustic Rock www.facebook.com /taylorroadbandSunday, November 1012:00 3:00 Sarah Hadeka Rock, Pop, Blues, Alternative www.sarahhadeka.com 4:00 7:00 Matt Farr Modern Rock www.mattfarr.com www.facebook.com /taylorroadband LOBSTER ROLLSCreole PlatterSunrise ShrimpWhole Belly Clams COCONUT SHRIMP DINNEROYSTERS ON THE HALF SHELLFRIED CLAMSLouisiana Lobster Puffsconch cevicheGazpachoFISH TACOSPaellaConch Salad Seafood CrepesRaw OystersCrab CakesCONCH FRITTERSBLACK & BLUE FISH SANDWICHscallopsMussels MarinaraSHRIMP SCAMPI CHOWDERSteamed Shrimp CocktailCARIBBEAN CHICKEN ON A STICK EVENT FEATURESOfcial Merchandise Booth Live Entertainment at two stages Wine & Food Pairing Seminars Two Wine Gardens with over 20 Varieties of Wine 100 Exhibitors Wide Variety of Seafood Specialties Sweet Corn Hush Puppies

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The Delray Beach Pineapple D elray Beach Wine and Seafood Festival 5 12:00 1:00 TASTE OF SONOMAExecutive Chef Ernesto DeBlasi Chardonnay Sauvignon Blanc Pinot Noir Estate Red$30 / per seminar(Includes commemorative glass with lanyard) Limited seats available2:00 3:00 TASTE OF ITALY Ban San Angelo Pinot Grigio Fontanelle Chardonnay Ban Summas Brunello di Montalcino4:00 5:00 TASTE OF SOUTH AMERICA Executive Chef Cristobal Parra Marques de Casa Concha Chardonnay Terrunyo Sauvignon Blanc Trivento Gold Malbec Don Melchor Cabernet 7:00 8:00 TASTE OF NAPAExecutive Chef Blake Malatesta Chardonnay Sauvignon Blanc Pinot Noir Cabernet 1:30 2:30 TASTE OF FRANCE Executive Chefs Rodrigo Doche and John Daily Pouilly Fuisse Meursault Gevrey Chambertain Nuits St Georges 3:30 4:30 TASTE OF NAPAExecutive Chef, Bruce Feingold Viognier Chardonnay Merlot Cabernet 5:30 6:30 TASTE OF NEW ZEALAND Sous Chef, AJ Benacquisto Chardonnay Sauvignon Blanc Pinot Noir Red Blend Sophia SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2013 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2013 per person 11:30 12:30 TASTE OF NAPAExecutive Chef/Owner Leo Khoury Chardonnay Sauvignon Blanc Cabernet Pinot Noir

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6 Delray Beach Wine and Seafood Festival T he Delray Beach Pineapple Plumosa School of the Arts accepted the challenge to create ornaments from the thousands of corks that were saved from last years event, individuals, local bars and restaurants. Their students have been crafting items from these donated corks to sell at this years Wine and Seafood Festival. Items will include holiday ornaments, holiday decor, corks boards, and more! 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. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Karen Granger President & CEO Francisco Perez-Azua 2013 Chairman of the Board Scott Porten 2014 Chairman Elect Kimberly Camejo Past Chairman Charles F. Cannone Vice Chair Finance Daniel Castrillon Vice Chair Special Events Brian Cheslack Vice Chair Legal Christine King Vice Chair Programs Connor Lynch Vice Chair Governmental Affairs Donna Sloan Vice Chair Communications Gregg B. Weiss Vice Chair Economic Development 64 SE 5th Avenue Delray Beach, Florida 33483 561-278-0424 www.delraybeach.com

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The Delray Beach Pineapple D elray Beach Wine and Seafood Festival 7 If youve been around Delray Beach for a while, youve probably heard the name Stuart & Shelby. If not, youve heard the name Chuck Halberg. Perhaps youve seen his work as a builder, walked by his table at City Oyster or heard his motorcycle roar past as he and his wife head to a Friday night concert at Delray Center for the Arts. Well Halberg is making some noise again. This time for the Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce. Chuck has committed to a gift of $50,000 to be the Presenting Donor Wall sponsor at the new Delray Chamber ofces on NE 1st Ave. facing Hyatt Place. The ofces are slated to open to the public around Thanksgiving time! Halberg, a longtime member of the Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce has been involved in the fabric of the community on behalf of Stuart and Shelby since 2006. Hes been a champion for youth, an advocate for police and their families, and a voice for education. Chamber President and CEO Karen Granger says, We are incredibly thankful for this generous gift from Stuart and Shelby. With the support of Stuart and Shelby and other generous donors our dream of building an innovative Chamber for 2014 and beyond is coming true! Recently Stuart and Shelby Development Inc. was named the Delray Beach Chambers 2013 2104 Business of the Year award winner at the Chambers annual Luminary Gala. The award recognizes an organization for: a proven track record, corporate growth and economic achievement, innovativeness of product or service, response to adversity and contributions to the community. Chamber members are nominated by fellow Chamber members each year when the call goes out for nominees. A committee including past Delray Beach Business Persons of the Year winners gather and study nominations and applications at length and score potential winners. Winners receive recognition in the community, press exposure and they can use their award winning banner on emails and social media. Soon after the Gala, Halberg announced hed like Stuart and Shelby to be the Donor Wall Presenting sponsor at the new Delray Chamber ofces on NE 1st Street adjacent to the Arts Garage, Delray Beach Center for the Arts and Hyatt Place. Stuart and Shelbys incredible gift took the Capital Campaign to the next level. I believe behind the vision and leadership of Karen Granger, along with current Chairman of the Board, Francisco Perez and incoming Chair Scott Porten and additional leaders like Dan Castrillon, the Chamber will promote and protect our businesses and keep Delray Beach on the global map, says Halberg. For more information about the Stuart and Shelby team and to see their list of many community accomplishments, visit www.stuartandshelby.com. DELRAY BEACH CHAMBER MEMBER SPOTLIGHTChuck Halberg, Stuart and Shelby Development, Inc.(top) Chuck and Pam Halberg (Bottom) Chuck Halberg and family

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The Delray Beach Pineapple D elray Beach Wine and Seafood Festival 9 Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce Invites You to Our Annual Legislative Luncheon Thursday, November 14, 2013 11:30am-1:00pm Please join us for the Delray 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 at www.delraybeach.comLunch 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! BIG MOVE IS HERE!As you read this, The Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce should be close to moving into their new ofces, located at 140 NE 1st St, in the ground oor of the Old School Square garage. The move has been a long time in coming the idea originated in 2006, after the Delray Beach Public Library moved out of their old site next to The Chambers current building. The City and the Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) proposed the idea of redeveloping the current Chamber property together with the old Delray Beach Library site and the adjacent public parking lot to bring mixed-use space to the corner of Atlantic and Federal. That was, as you may remember, just before the entire construction industry collapsed... that sale never materialized. At the time, it was anticipated that it would take 15-18 months to bring the project to fruition. Well, its taken a little longer than anticipated, but moving day is nally at hand. Along the way, Delray Beach itself has changed and grown the Arts Garage, our new neighbor in the OSS Garage, has blossomed on the cultural scene, while neighbors on the other side have reinvigorated and rebranded itself as the Delray Beach Center for the Arts. Across the street is the new Delray Beach Hyatt Place, helping ll the need for high-quality business hotel beds in our bustling downtown. While the plan changed over the years, there are several people who deserve special thanks. First, Francisco Perez Azua, the project architect. Francisco has been involved in the project from the beginning, and while the plan has been through several evolutions, the fact that it is coming to fruition at all is, in part, thanks to his dedication and willingness to donate many, many hours on design plans, re-designs, and planning and assessing the construction. Donna Sloan was the initial interior designer, and while the project has transitioned to another, she deserves thanks. And speaking of designers, Annette Smith of AES Interiors & Associates is responsible for current interior design, and she has also spent countless hours rening the plans and selecting just the right materials so that the nal result is impressive and professional. Finally, BluFin Construction has turned those visions into reality. At the same time as construction has taken place, The Chamber been looking within, at what it means to be in the business of being a Chamber. How business gets done has progressed, and chambers of commerce have to as well. We look forward to welcoming the community to the new Chamber. 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, patty@delraybeach. com or 561-278-0424 x13 OFFICIAL MERCHANDISE New this year!

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10 Delray Beach Wine and Seafood Festival T he Delray Beach Pineapple SAVE THE DATE! Annual Chamber of Commerce Holiday PartyDecember 3, 2013 5:15 PM 7:00 PM Delray Beach Center for the Arts at Old School Square51 N. Swinton Avenue, Delray BeachRegister For Event Heres our chance to give back to you our Chamber members! We always look forward to this Holiday season kick off celebration as we gather together (spouses included!) and celebrate our year and look forward to the Holiday season together. Come and enjoy a fabulous evening this year includes a few new twists. We are so thankful for our members and have lots to celebrate here in Delray Beach! RSVP is required; please contact Lynn at lynn@delraybeach.com or 561-278-0424 If you are interested in sponsoring food, drink, decor, rafe prizes or vol unteering your time on our holiday party planning committee, please drop Patty a line at patty@delraybeach.com

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