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YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR.Nearly 400,000 readers!The Boca Raton Tribunefor news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Send us a picture of you reading The Boca Raton Tribune to pictures@bocaratontribune.com Angelo Murgo reading The Boca Raton TribuneStory on page 4 Story on page B6World Renowned Artist Art Siegel Showcases 3D Art Works in Boca Ratons Museum Of Art Graduation SpecialWar Horse Unique, Epic Story of Love and War John Sculley to Speak at Palm Beach State CollegeFAU President Saunders ResignsBy Jason SchwartzMary Jane Saunders, the embattled Florida Atlantic University president who has had to deal with several controversies over the past year, has resigned. When I accepted the presidency of FAU three years ago, I did so with a vision to expand upon the excellence of this richly diverse and strong institution with a focus on academics and student success. We, as a campus community, have successfully accomplished these goals, Saunders wrote in a letter to FAU Board of Trustees Chair Anthony K. G. Barbar accepted. There is no doubt the recent controversies have been significant and distracting to all members of the University community. The issues and the fiercely negative media coverage have forced me to reassess my position as the President of FAU. I must make choices that are the best for the University, me and my family.Boca Raton Airport Towers to Remain Open, DOT SaysBy Fred HamiltonThe Boca Raton Airport will keep its air traffic controllers on the job at least until Sept. 30 after a decision Friday by the U.S. Department of Transportation. The department sent out a brief statement announcing that Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood determined there is enough extra money, under a bill passed by Congress last month, to keep the towers open through the end of the budget year. Were very pleased that its been extended through this fiscal year. We fought very hard to get the funding reversed from being cut off, said Janet Sherr, director of landside operations at the Boca Raton Airport. Story on page 22 See page 4 See page B3 See page 25 By: Rachel AlmeidaBoca Raton has been made home to many creative minds, and nationally renowned artist Art Siegel is no exception. His 3D works are now open for public view and his uncommon inspirations and artistic background have garnered him a lot of attention from the Boca Raton area and beyond. His works, which are on display at the Boca Museum of Art until July 14, are entitled Kinetic Vistas and implement photography and physical elements to create an intricate, three-dimensional piece.

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2 -Edition 146 May 17, through May 23, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com Mary Jane Saunders, President of Florida Atlantic University has resigned. Dog lovers rejoice: At the suggestion of Boca Deputy Mayor Susan Haynie, a Dog Beach location and rules are expected to be announced soon. Boca Mayor Susan Welchel said the city will revive talks about annexing Boca Grove and St. Andrews Country Clubs in West Boca, provided they agree and reconsider the Lake Wyman redevelopment project as two ways to increase revenue. The County Commission approved a lease for a new skate and BMX park at the Loggers Run Park on Palmetto Park Road in West Boca, including a novice area for in-line skateboarding, a scooter course and a strider bike zone for children 18 months and older, keeping experienced skaters and riders in separate areas. Tesla Motors may open a small showroom and educational center at Boca Town Center for their electric cars if Boca City Council approves. Boca Raton Fire Rescue Services Department is having an open house from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 18 at all eight city fire stations. People are welcome to visit their local firehouse, meet the firefighters/ paramedics and see apparatus and equipment. Fire/rescue related give-a ways will be available for children. No appointments are necessary 75 NCCI employees raised $20,000 for the March of Dimes March for Babies Walk. Florida joins the Mega Millions Lottery. Drawings on Tuesdays and Fridays. An outstanding visual presentation is now at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts through May 19. War Horse is one of the rare theatrical productions you wont want to miss. If you dont see it here, it will be at the Kravis Center next season and if you do see it in Broward, you will want to see it again. The staging of the massive intricately and delicately designed choreography is best seen from seats farther back from the stage to get the full visual effects of the puppetry of the horses and the special effects. Telling the story of a young boy in England and his horse Joey who is shipped off to France in World War I, it will bring tears to your eyes as the interaction between horse and master is growing apparent, as is the growth of Joey from a young foal to a full grown horse. The imaginative, dramatic saga is bolstered by a large cast of 24 all working in tandem with each other. Tickets range from $39.50 to $79.50 and can be purchased by calling 954.462.0222 or visiting browardcenter. org Trader Joes, the healthy, GMO-free and organic grocer based in California is coming to Palm Beach County and will open in the PGA Plaza at the corner of PGA Boulevard and Prosperity Farms Road. Avi Hoffman stars in Still Jewish After All These Years Thurs-Sat 8 p.m., Sat & Sun., 2 p.m. through May 19 at the Willow Theatre in Sugar Sand Park, 300 S. Military Trail. Go to brtg.org or call 561.347.3948. All Tickets are $25. My Son The Waiter has been extended again to June 30 at the Stage Door Theatre, 8036 W. Sample Rod. Coral Springs. Visit stagedoor.org or call 954.344.7765 for tickets and more information. The sale of the contents of the former Caldwell Theatre will be 9 to 4 daily May 17-19 at The Wick Theatre, 7901 N. Federal Highway, Boca Raton. This is your opportunity to snare a mememto from the theatre. Everything must go. Pay it Forward Networking for a Great Cause to benefit Speak Up! For Kids of Palm Beach County and the children represented by the Guardian ad Litem Program is 5 to 7 p.m. May 20 at Rebel House, 297 E. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton. Cost is $10. Register at tinyurl.com/RebelHouse. The Luxury Chamber presents former U.S. Senator and Florida Governor Bob Graham 6 to 8 p.m. May 20 at Promise Health Care, 999 Yamato Road in Boca Raton. Register at luxurychamber.com. Jet Blue is doubling its presence in South Florida, adding 50 flights to 100 at FLL and increasing market share to 24% Star Trek opens at the Cinemark and Regal Entertainment Shadowwood theatres. The Reluctant Fundamentalist opens at the Movies of Delray and Lake Worth and In The House opens at Movies of Delray. Complicit is at the Movies of Delray 4 p.m. May 20 and 22 and May 23 at Movies of Lake Worth. SoHo dogs has a networking fundraiser to offer a facility where military veterans and rescued animals can work together hand-in-paw toward each others recovery 6 to 8 p.m. May 15 at Spotos Oyster Bar, 4560 PGA Blvd. in Palm Beach Gardens. Call 561.776.9448. The Beth Ami Sportsman Club breakfast, 1401 NW 4th Ave. is 9:30 a.m. May 19 with guest speaker Dr. Sam Bierstock. Call 561.362.8361 for reservations. With thousands expected to attend, former County Commissioner Burt Aaronson was named Honorary Chair of the Community-wide Israel Fest 65 and will be recognized at on May 19 starting at 3 p.m. at Mizner Park Amphitheatre. Visit jewishboca.org/israelfest or call 561.852.3278 for more info. War Horse is at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts to May 19. Tickets at browardcenter.org or call 954.462.0222 or 800.311.7469. Got an electronic device and need to repair an IPad, Iphone, Samsung Galaxy or any other phones and/or want to unlock, sell or buyback phones, then contact Ed Kissel in Boca at MobileSource, 3500 NW 2nd Ave. #603. 561.416.7224. Mention this column for 10% off any service or used phone! If you have computer issues, or need a website, contact Rich Loeb, www. gilapro.com or call 561.809.4550. Birch Communications is a multimillion dollar company with an exclusive wholesale agreement with AT and T. If you would like to save money on your AT&T land phones without changing your numbers or your service, call 561.852.0000. COMMUNITY NEWS PAGE TWOThe Boca Raton Tribune Marketing DirectorChris Catoggio chris@bocaratontribune.comAccount ExecutiveMarguax Vickers, Andre Heizer, Nick FotiMail Subscriptionsubscription@bocaratontribune.comGraphic DesignDuke ThrushPhotographersNicole Vickers, Gabriela Heizer,Gabriela BarbieriInternsSamantha Mellman Aaron WeckerMailing AddressP.O. Box 970593 For General Information: Copyright 2012 by The Boca Raton Tribune. All rights reserved by The Boca Raton Tribune. All submissions and published materials are the property of The Boca Raton Tribune. This publication may not be reproduced in whole or in part without express written consent from The Boca Raton Tribune. The publishers reserve the right to edit all submissions and to reject any advertising or copy they regard as harmful to the publications good or deemed to be libelous. The publisher is not responsible for the articles written by its columnists. The publishers are not responsible for typographical errors, omissions or copy or photos misrepresented by the advertiser. Liability shall not exceed the cost of the portion of space occupied by such error or advertising items or information. All the publisher and not of any individual editorial the opinions of the author and not necessarily those of the publisher. The advertiser and/or the advertising agency is responsible for all content and will assume responsibility resulting from publication of said advertisement in The Boca Raton Tribune. The friendly community where friends do business with neighbors.Community News AUDIT PENDING But He was pierced because of our transgressions, crushed because of our iniquities; punishment for our peace was on Him, and we are healed by His wounds. (Isaiah 53:5)The Boca Raton Tribunewww.bocaratontribune.com Community Papers of Florida West Boca Chamber of Commerce Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce Independent Free Papers of America Paper Chain Council INDEXCommunity News Page 4 ColumnistsPage 11 Section B Page 13 Business Page 22 Municipal News Page 27 Sports Page 28 Games Page 31 Barrys Buzz Barry Epstein, APR, is a noted public relations, marketing and political consultant based in Boca Raton, president of the Luxury Chamber, the West Boca Leaders networking group and the founder and former president of the West Boca Chamber of Commerce; with a weekly internet television show on the Boca Tribune website. His motto is Public Relations is the enemy of anonymity. Fax column items to 561.451.0000. His column/blog is in the Boca Raton Tribune and on the Boca Tribune website (and click on columnists), on Facebook, as well as on the front page of the Sun-Sentinel/Jewish Journal website.

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Edition 1463for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMay 17, through May 23, 2013Community News

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4 -Edition 146 May 17, through May 23, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comCommunity News Community NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune BEST QUALITY AND VALUE I N T RA V EL FAU President Mary Jane Saunders Announces ResignationBy Jason SchwartzMary Jane Saunders, the embattled Florida Atlantic University president who has had to deal with several controversies over the past year, has resigned. When I accepted the presidency of FAU three years ago, I did so with a vision to expand upon the excellence of this richly diverse and strong institution with a focus on academics and student success. We, as a campus community, have successfully accomplished these goals, Saunders wrote in a letter to FAU Board of Trustees Chair Anthony K. G. Barbar accepted. There is no doubt the recent controversies have been significant and distracting to all members of the University community. The issues and the fiercely negative media coverage have forced me to reassess my position as the President of FAU. I must make choices that are the best for the University, me and my family. Barbar regretfully accepted the resignation on Tuesday. The Board respects your desire to return to the faculty, a decision we know you made in the best interest of the University, he wrote in his letter to Saunders. Under Saunders watch, the university had been in the media spotlight for a number of controversies over the last 12 months: Students protested the proposed naming of a football stadium by a prison group and a backlash after a professor raised questions about the Sandy Hook and Boston tragedies and another professor whose lessons involved students stepping on a piece of paper with the name Jesus written on it. Tensions on campus increased to the point where police were reportedly stationed in the presidents office and Saunders had a bodyguard. Saunders is not leaving the university; she will return to a faculty position and be assigned a special research project. FAU hopes to have an interim president in place by the fall. At that time, a search committee for a new president will be formed. Here is the text of the announcement from FAU: BOCA RATON, Fla. (May 15, 2013) Florida Atlantic University Board of Trustees Chair Anthony K. G. Barbar accepted FAU President Mary Jane Saunders letter of resignation late yesterday (see attached), responding with a letter (see attached) expressing regret and praising her for her many accomplishments. On behalf of the Florida Atlantic University Board of Trustees, I regretfully accept your resignation, he said in his letter. The Board respects your desire to return to the faculty, a decision we know you made in the best interest of the University. In her resignation letter, President Saunders wrote, When I accepted the presidency of FAU three years ago, I did so with a vision to expand upon the excellence of this richly diverse and strong institution with a focus on academics and student success. We, as a campus community, have successfully accomplished these goals. There is no doubt the recent controversies have been significant and distracting to all members of the University community. The issues and the fiercely negative media coverage have forced me to reassess my position as the President of FAU. I must make choices that are the best for the University, me and my family. Barbar added that President Saunders showed her dedication through attendance at events on campus and in the community. She attended every athletic game, arts performance and FAU-sponsored event that she could, he said. Few major community events were held without her involvement. Throughout her time as President, she consistently demonstrated a genuine love for the University, its students and the community. She has been fully committed morning, day and night to the betterment of FAU. We thank President Saunders for her service and dedication to the university. President Saunders list of accomplishments at FAU is extensive (see attached). During her tenure, freshmen applications and enrollment doubled; philanthropic donations significantly increased; the University received a perfect score on the 10-year SACS reaffirmation; the Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine was opened; and a number of capital improvements were accomplished, which include the opening of FAU Stadium, as well as new residence halls, classrooms and research facilities. The list of accomplishments you made during your three-year tenure is long, Barbar wrote. FAU, its students and the region benefited from the strong vision you had for the Universitys future a future you have set in motion. In consultation with Barbar, President Saunders is appointing Dennis Crudele, FAUs senior vice president for finance and administration, as the Acting President, effective immediately. President Saunders will be returning to a faculty position and be assigned a special research project to assess the feasibility of developing a physicians assistant program at FAU. Barbar said he expects to have an Interim President in place by fall 2013. At that time, a search committee for a new President will be formed. Go to page 24 to see a list of her accomplishments

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Edition 1465for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMay 17, through May 23, 2013Community News 2013 Donna Klein Jewish Academy Graduates:Bergen Louise Arnesano Katelyn Sarah Barker Jami Lyn Burgess Hope Alexandra Carpinello Jin Kyoung Choi Shiyoung Choi Maria Jose Corleto Benjamin Neil Crane Cole Newton Crawford Victoria Daglio Laura Maviel De Souza Stephanie Victoria Da Fonseca Amanda Nicole Higgins Caleb Nelson Hood Ashley Elizabeth Kaale Dylan James Kreisel Nicole Ashley Lake Rudy Luis Lopez Heber Ruben Michel Juliana Marie Denise Miller Antonio Josue Puente Samuel B. Smith Richard Edward Walsh, Jr. Erika Lee Wiese2013 Boca Raton Christian Graduates: Ashira Boxman University of Central Florida Cortney Dable Duke University Taytum Orshan University of Florida Aaron ShermanUniversity of Central Florida Ilyssa Tuttelman University of Florida Noah Wolman Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Emma Zafran Tufts University Shir Azoulai Israel Defense Forces (Israel) Melanie Bagon Florida Gulf Coast University Emily Berdugo Florida Gulf Coast University Calli Chaitowitz Florida Atlantic University Matthew Zweibel University of Central Florida Aaron Fried University of Central Florida Tyler Wilson Emory University Lindsey Fleischman Indiana University Honors College and Kelly School of Business Sydney Hannon University of Central Florida Samantha Rosenbloom University of Central Florida Marni Wexelman Florida Gulf Coast University Moshe Stern Study in Israel Ronit Golan Study in Israel Vivianne Leventer University of Hartford Emily Lipson University of Indianapolis Liana Greenberg New College of Florida2013 Boca Raton High School Top GraduatesValedictorian: Alex Nusbickel Co-salutatorians: J.T. Homrich and Gregory Grumbar rf rntrnb rf rntrnb SM Visit www.spendLO.com, or call 561.300.5329 today! C M Y CM MY CY CMY K BTad_BOCA_0313_color18.pdf 1 3/8/13 3:22 PM 2013 Graduation Special The Boca Raton Tribune congratulates the Class of 2013 on a job well done! In honor of graduation, we have compiled all the graduation lists from public and private high schools from Boca Raton. We called all private and public schools in Boca Raton and asked them to provide us with their graduation list for us to print in this weeks paper. What follows are what the schools that wished to participate sent over. Congratulations again Class of 2013!

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6 -Edition 146 May 17, through May 23, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comCOMMUNITY NEWS 2013 West Boca Raton High School Graduates:Rubia Campos Abreu Nicholas J. Alper Fahad Al Rikabi Anas Al-Sweity Jesse Alba Jared Alkins Nicholas Alper Spencer Altschuler Carlos Alvarez Stella Marys B. Alves Victoria Ambroise Audryn S. Andreoli Elizabeth Aouad Nicole Tali Aqshlomo Brandon J. Arce Elias Arce Morgan Elise Arnold Ashley Avril Georgia Bakatsias Laura Ballester Joseph Balmaceda Michael Jason Barash Anthony T. Bell Ryan Bello Daniela Benaim Brandon Raynier Benavente Adriana Benzaquen Eugene Bethea III Joshua S. Bohen Courtney Quinn Bohn Hayley Marisa Bomwell Xavier Borgos Brittany Rose Botko Jacob K. Bowman Bianca Alexandra Boyd Miller MacInnes Bradford Melissa Anne Bradley Jessica E. Brady Tyler Brahms Kayla Jamie Bristol Sydney Maris Brodie Christopher Gary Brown Trevor M. Buchanan Harrison Alexander Budish Patrick Cahill Britney Caldarone Tenysha-Kayte Ramos Caldeira Kimarah L. Calderon Dylan T. Callahan Brandon Campbell Alysa Campuzano Tara Mia Cannon Arturo Jose Capo Kelsey Madison Cardenal Gabriela Andreia Cardenas Bianca Carminati Kelly B. Carr Ashley Taylor Carrasquillo Emily Kathryn Carratelli Robert L. Carratelli Joshua Edward Carter Kristen Casey Giselle Castillo Miguel Efrain Castillo V Ashley Maria Centauro Laura Stephanie Chavez Scott James Cheadle Kenny Chien Alyssa M. Cintron Douglas Cirillo Lindsay Dana Clutter Andrew Clynes Britni Cohen Jonathan Ben Cohen Marissa J. Cole Christopher Combs Carley Ann Conduris Miguel Angel Cortes Cuervo Alyson F. Costa Brian Cranston Sabrina Cruise Ray Cucciniello Mathew A. Custer Peter Dabrowski David Edward Dangler Brandon S. Dashoff Katherine Alicia Davis Ricardo Dawes Mina Dawoud Joseph De Angelo Lindsay Marie DeArce Carl De La Cruz Michael De Domenico Diego De Los Reyes Victoria Flora De Mintich Brian DeMoss Jessica Barros De Souza Ryan Michael Denis Tyler Denis Quinn Isabel DeWald Peter J. Diamantis Adrianne R. Dias Camila Alejandra Dioses Felipe Do Nascimento Kaitlyn Eve Docherty Melissa Ryan Dombro Mariana Rodrigues Dombrowski Kelly Dominques Kimberly Ferreira Domingues Weedley Mosley Dor Logan Aaron Dubnick Samantha Joy Duboff Alyse Ducoat Jose D. Echeverry Sydney Shoshana Elkin Tyler B. Ellman Clarence Emile Samantha Rae Erie Luis Escalante Jr. Brandan K. Espada Benjamin Lewis Estrine Michael Euteneuer Derek Evans Trevor Evans Danielle Blair Fabel Guilherme Pereira Guimaraes Farias Austin M. Fein Erica Marie Fernandez Lucas Rangel Ferreira Matheus Ferreira Osniel Figueiras Megan Rose Finver Michael Fiore Courtney Fish Heather Fish Bryan A. Florez Nicolas Fonseca-Diaz Jason Fox Nicole Freire Elson Freitas Randy Michael Frontera Alex Michael Gainsborg David Gaitan Armando Felipe Garcia Christian G. Garcia Jennifer M. Garcia Karrie Lea Garcia Braden D. Garner Chante Marie Garrett Kristopher Gasteratos Muscie B. Gaubert Danielle Gavish Aiza Lee P. Gejon Danny Gersowsky Jillian Marie Gibbons Clarissa Anne Gibbs Michael James Gillan Emanuel Gimenez Brittney Marie Giordano Thomas D. Glucksman Guilson J. Godinez Steven Lee Goldberg Sabrina Goncalves Mariette Alexandra Rosario Gonzalez Allison Gootner Michelle Grasso Justine M. Greco Brandon Green Michael Greenberg Ashley Nicole Greenwood Zachary Grundt Desaray Dawn Guarino Ethan Guerrieri Alexjandria Marie Gums Blake M. Gurdian Bella Oxchitl Guzman-Ayala Katherine Irene Haggar Josephine Harbers Lea K. Hartman Shalena Haynes David S. Heaton Shayla Marie Heelan Jacob Heller Megan Marie Hennessey Amanda-Mae Henriques-Quallo Michael Kert Herman Diego James Hoganson Daniel Lee Holloway Kimbrianne C. Holmquist Austin M. Horowitz Jamie Hurley Valeria Hurtado Valentina E. Improta Cinthya M. Irwin Joanna Michelle Inserra Zachary Isaacs Stephanie Jablon Jessika Jacks Sherbano Jaferi Sophie Francis Jankowski Kyle A. Jaskot Summer Johnson Kira Jones Ivon Juarez Kayla M. Kadel Max J. Kagno Abby Jenna Kalter Alex Jonah Kalter Francesco Kano Matthew Kaplan Samantha Rachel Kaplan Jordan Zachary Karlin Blake Keeton Tori Amanda Keller Brian Paul Kelley Michael G. Kelley Jake Robert Kelso Samer Khourshid Kyle A. Kirshenbaum Kayla M. Klahn Cole Klein Remington A. Kline Chester Elias Kope Samantha Kripitz Sean Kuchta Ivan Kuk Marie LEstrange Matthew James La Martina Jesse Ryan Lake Morgan Barrie Lake Colleen Lane Heather D. Lazar Joshua G. Lazar Jenna Marissa Lazarus Matthew R. Lazarus Amanda Leao Blake Jordan Leeds Jessie L. Lefort Elizabeth Leiva Brian Lenescar Brandon Leon Jessica L. Leone Joshua N. Lerman Tori Hannah Levi David Soares Levine Danielle Levy Jordan Taylor Levy Matthew R. Lim Shaun R. Lind James Lindquist Paola Linhares Jiamin Liu Erin Nicole Locey Alexa N. Lopez Angel Lopez De-von Aaron Lopez Rubi Lopez Valeria Lopez Morgan T. Lowell Taylor Maccubbin James Madden Rachel N. Magaletti Karina Mago Anna Claire Mahoney Sean Maloney Michael Sebastian Mannino III Michael Mariconda Austin J. Marotta Carlos E. Marquez Julian Christian Martin Lisa Donna-Lee Mastin Charles Andrew Matusevich Lauren Elizabeth Mc Ana Alexander B. McAndrew Nicholas A. McAndrew James Patrick McCarthy Samantha Joan McCarthy Brennan W. McDaniel Julian W. McDaniel Kaitlyn A. McGrath Shumar A. McPherson Alexandra Rose McPhillips Robert E. Mealey Geyzel Medina Nicolo A. Melilli Liana Menchik Stephanie Nicole Mendoza Joshua Metcalf Dylan James Meyers Ivan Remington Miedecke Gabrielle Mielz Ryan Miller Ginger Lynn Miesse Toni Ann Mighty Allison Miller Stephanie Miller Zachary R. 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Edition 1467for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMay 17, through May 23, 2013COMMUNITY NEWS Steven Aaron Tessler T, H, N Madeline Elizabeth Cortes T, H, N Muhammad Uzair Rohail T, H, N Carly Arin Bernstein T, H, N Andres Mor T, H, N Olivia Lora Ardizzone T, H, N Kayla Raquel Schwartz T, H, N Megan Elizabeth Murphy T, H, N Stephanie Renee Kalen T, H, N Laura M Gonzalez Paz T, H, N Georgette Aaraj Tahleel Abu Iqab Cecilia Marie Acosta H Angelica A Addeo N Walvenski H Aime Sebastien Aristil Alexida N Shaqueria Marshae Allen Ana Luisa Alvim Sandra Sophia Amado N Juan Amengual Cortland Mitchell Anderson Nigel M Andres Caroline L Angelo Andre Antoine Marvin Vincent Antoine N Emil Antunano Gino P Arango Diogo Miranda Araujo Sebastian Arbaiza Conor Archer Paige E Ardis Karin Argueta Michael Zachary Aroyo Devin Ayaz Daniyel Bakhtiyarov Mitchell Joseph Balbirer Jonathan Scott Baptista Sean M Barkan Judah Lamar Barnes Christine Barreto N Giovanna Basilio Ryan Adam Becker N Salvador Fidel Beltran Kayla M Benn Matthew S Bennett Blake E Berkheimer Vanessa Berrio Shante Berry Vidal Bethancourt Andy Bien-Aime Dylan Thomas Bishop James Andrew Bishop Connor Howard Blackinton Tyler Blocksberg H Matthew Bollmann Timothy W Bor Hayden Brooke Bottini Sabrina R Braga N Dorian Braun N Jonathan Hunter Breckenridge Harmony B Brennan Bruno A Bretas Christopher G Briceno Wadly Briseus Karen Michelle Brito N Edward Patrick Broderick Michael Elliott Bronson Nicholas David Brooks H, N Isabella Elise Brown N Paten Taylor Bush Nadia Bustamante Brandy Nancy Cadet Rocco John Cammarano Jake E Campbell Antonio C Candido N Kevin J Canty Jhonny Carballo Beatrice Regina Carlos Christena Luisa Carollo N Jose F Carrasquel Jasmine Emily Carrillo Luz Carrizales Maria Camila Castano N Stephanie M Castillo Alexander J Cavenas N Kensley Cazeau Yesenia Cerezo Luis Fernando Chabusa-Vasquez Bruno P Chagas Dante Roman Chambers Cherlyne Louna Charles N Newton T Charles Justin Luke Chavez Ashley Nicole Chee-Wah Ilorio Chen Aiyana Alexia Chin Christopher Chiong Kevin A Chou Anna Chun H, N John P Cleristor Jovenson Clervil Igor Pinheiro Coelho Justin M Cohen David R Colatti Jimmy R Colatti Kelsey Grace Colon Willie J Colon Joseph Columbo Kyle Contant Kaitlyn Anne Cooke Timothy G Cote Myra Covarrubias Fabiola Maria Cruz-Maisonet Scotti K Dade Olivija Daftartaite Logyn Klode DAltilio N Anthony Joseph Damore Courtney R Davis Christian E De La Rosa Laura E De La Torre Kerry S De Souza Joel P Degville Careliz Delgado Andrew Delillo Victoria Morgan Delmonte Kevin Delvoit Brandon James Denoto Jimmy Derival Samantha Desantis Owen Lincoln Dewar III Romero A Dias Tyler Stephanie Diaz Maria Paula Diaz Luengo Nicole Rose Difilippo Joseph M Digirolamo Deanne Rae Diorio H, N Dominick M Diroberto N Gaetan J Dolbrice Ivanna Dominguez Matheus Vieira Duarte Christopher Allen Duffy Andrew Stephen Dunetz H, N Reese G Dunlop Lauren Nicole Durand-Jennings Valerie Lissa Dutreuil N Joseph F Edelman Brooke Gabrielle Eichenbaum N Melissa Lee Ellers Matthew R Eras Schneidine Ermilus Beetcher Nelson Etienne Tatiana Fabre Jason Matthew Faust N James Edward Feeney, Jr Brian R Feigay Scott Matthew Feingold Emilio E Fernandez Joseph Robert Ferraino Caio M Ferreira Caroline M Ferreira Melissa Danielle Fisher Katelyn Lee Fitzgerald Wisner Fleuricin Ashlynn Marie Flores Sarah Micaela Fradillada N Anna Clemencia Francisco Joshua Ryan Franklin Sydney Ann French Jordan Paige Friedman Tyler Ross Friedman Amber Rhayne Frosland Ryan Morgan Fuchs Bethany Morgan Gaffey H, N Austin Jeffery Galit Amanda Victoria Gallego Michael V Galvao Joscana Garcia Krystal Sheyla Garcia N Kyle Brian Gaze Matthew D Gefen H, N Andrea Ann-Marie Giaimo Zimri R Gibbs Brittany Nicole Gleich-Tucker N Peri Beth Goldin Joshua A Goldman Arantxa L Gonzales Kathleen Miranda Gonzalez Miles Anthony Gooden Jennifer Lynn Graley Michael Raymond Green H, N Bryan Greff Alessandra Guillen Nicholas Gianni Gulotta Anna 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8 -Edition 146 May 17, through May 23, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com EDITORIAL By C. Ron Allen EDITORIALS/LETTERSThe Boca Raton TribuneFounded January 15, 2010 Publisher Business C.E.OC.O.O. Editorial Interim Editor Managing Editor Copy Editor Online Edition Editor Social Media Software Engineer Mothers Day is More Than a HolidayThis past weekend we celebrated Mothers Day. Im not sure about you but I was left thinking that for all that mothers have to do, they deserve more than just one day. At least, we must understand that Mothers Day is more than the second Sunday of May in each calendar year. My observance began at a luncheon at Pompey Park. The brothers of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity and Kappa Alpha Psi partnered with the City of Delray Beach Parks and Recreation Department to recognize the members of the Seniors Club. I later went to Lake Ida Park where five area women were honored as KOPMNs 2013 Mothers of the Year. They were selected from a group of nominees. Each was honored because they gave unselfishly of themselves to young people in their communities. For the next 12 months, these ladies will wear this honor proudly as they represent the cream of the finest in motherhood in Palm Beach County. Like mothers all over, these ladies received flowers, proclamations and other goodies. And because mothers so deserve, an estimated $14 billion was spent in the United States for Mothers Day this year, according to the National Retail Federation. That includes $2.9 billion in meals, $2.5 billion in jewelry and $1.9 billion in flowers. To put that sum in context, its enough to pay for an elementary school education for all 60 million girls around the world who arent attending school. That would pretty much end female illiteracy. As I listened to the reasons the honorees were selected, Mothers Day is simply not long enough. I heard how beautiful motherhood is as well as challenging from inception to birth; from infancy to childhood; from childhood to the teen years and from the teen years to adulthood. I also learned that all along that journey, a good mothers mind, soul, and spirit are fully engaged in nurturing, teaching, loving, chastising, and directing her child. She does this so that child can become a sensitive, productive, God-fearing man or woman, possessing such values as honesty, integrity, will power and a solid spiritual foundation. It is normal to encounter pain, pleasure, disappointments, successes and failures along this journey, yet a good mother never gives up on her child, in spite of circumstances. Having heard that, lets face it, Mardi Gras lasts for at least three days. The entire month of May is dedicated to hamburger. What are mothers, chopped liver? Mothers deserve at least a fortnight celebration, however long that is. Christopher Columbus gets a whole day devoted to him. And all he did was discover the New World. He never had to tend to a colicky baby in the middle of the night. He never had to shop for a prom dress with an indecisive teen. And he never had to chaperone a field trip of unruly third graders. His overseas voyages pale in comparison to the experience mothers endure. Try finding a new route to the bathroom every few minutes in a crowded theme park with a kid who really has to go. Abe Lincoln gets a whole day. Well, these honorees taught in the public schools for more than 60 years combined, they created initiatives and programs for local kids and they exposed these children to places and things they normally would never experience. In fact, one of the honorees has never given birth. Yet she gives of her time, money and love every day to improve childrens lives. What did Lincoln do to deserve an entire day? Oh sure, ending the Civil War was a big deal and preserving the unity of our country was important, but mothers end wars and preserve unity on a daily basis. They perform hostage negotiations, infiltrate dangerous territory (teen bedrooms, need I say more?) and they are diplomats in every sense of the word. address. to the editor.Letter Guidelines Letters to the EditorCongratulations on the new look of the website. It is clean, crisp, easy to navigate and read. Kudos to all associated in designing it. Keep up the good work. Barry Epstein, APR bocaratontribune.com

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Edition 1469for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMay 17, through May 23, 2013 EDITORIALS & LETTERS By Dr. Synesio Lyra, Jr.POSITIVE LIVING world, having received his education in four of them. When he resided in southern California, he wrote a weekly column for the daily Anaheim Bulletin, which was carried for about six years, until he moved to south Florida. Happiness is Never for Sale! By Douglas HeizerTHOUGHTS FROM THE PUBLISHER Suddenly, Things Get Interesting in Boca RatonPeople usually tend to ascribe greater value to things which cost a lot. In that vein, many erroneously ponder that happiness is also for sale, anticipating that the more they spend to achieve it will guarantee perpetual bliss to them. Nevertheless, such is not the case though several individuals still pay a fortune to psychotherapists, not because they are emotionally or mentally ill, but because they are devoid of any happiness. These may help, on occasion, but will never bring happiness to anyone! There are also others who go on spending-sprees, engage in all kinds of luxuries but, even then, are incapable of finding what they so desperately long for; happiness still eludes them, because it can never be linked to ones possessions. Consider the pathetic empty lives of countless celebrities whether from the theater, cinema, along with TV stars, sports figures, famous singers, and countless others who have everything that money can buy but still miss genuine happiness in life. They fail to recognize that personal wealth will never be a source of real happiness. As a result, many attempt suicide and some succeed. Those who remain alive continue experiencing half lives, or lives of perpetual meaninglessness and brutal desperation! What most of these persons fail to grasp is that happiness is not necessarily found in success, fame, money, a pill, a drink or any other artificial, and often superficial, means. Happiness is a choice perpetually before every human; it is open to rich or poor, young or old, educated or not. I once read that in Manhattan alone, 40-60% of the residents are in therapy. Similar figures, sadly, are repeated in several other locations around this nation and in other sectors of the globe as well. Just remember that the factor happiness per se, is not for sale because it is free and it can be secured in great abundance wherever one happens to be. Perhaps you need to change your perspective on life, and secure true happiness where you are, in spite of adverse conditions you may have to face, and even when much that you desire may not yet be attainable! Ultimately, real happiness relates far more to who you are than to whatever you may have secured and accumulated! The Obama administration has apparently never heard that old saw about avoiding fights with people who buy their ink by the barrel. Journalists havent taken too kindly to the revelation that the Department of Justice seized phone records for the Associated Press in an investigation of classified leaks. Carl Bernstein from MSNBC said: The object of it is to intimidate people who talk to reporters. This was an accident waiting to become a nuclear event and now its happened. Theres no excuse for it whatsoever. Theres no reason for this investigation, especially on this scale. This story scared Americans; they could not believe someone would abuse their power the way its been portrayed. The need to control the press isnt anything new in the world. Right now, Argentina is having a battle between their president, and their biggest news media and this kind of problem happens all around the world. We can feel this happening not only around the world but also in our own backyard. When we began raising questions about topics that not all groups were happy with, we began to see retaliation from said groups. The biggest mistake people in government can make is trying to sensor what the media has to say. When that happens, the press speaks louder. Censoring the press is like to try to stop a fire with gasoline. This isnt something that only I am thinking of, but its what history has shown us. Believe me, the Obama administration will be on the radar of all the media because of their mistakes. People will lose their jobs, and the White House will need to work hard to try to minimize those mistakes. Censoring isnt the only direct action of not allowing the media to publish what they know; this can be made in a numerous of different ways. They can suppress information, they can avoid answering your phone calls, they can ignore your questions by email, they can even play the I dont understand card just to suppress information that the press needs to do their job. They can try to intimidate the press by harming their business. At this moment some people in the city are trying to intimidate us at The Boca Raton Tribune into now doing our job. They are trying to intimidate us suppressing information, speaking loud and throwing paper on the table during meetings. They are trying to ignore the importance of the media. They are not answering our emails or phone calls and are even trying to use their power to not allow sister companies of our group to get jobs in the city. This is not going to intimidate us. As I said, this is the fuel we need to do our job. This makes our reporters even more motivated to dig for the truth and to know whats going on in order to make people act like this. Just for the record, during the dictatorial regime in Brazil where we were censored in every newsroom, where the government told us what the papers can or cannot publish, even at that time, the media found ways to do their job. They use to torture and put in jail people who wanted answers and changes. During that time I was a 15 year old student that ran away for the police for going to public events to speak to the crowd about what was really going on. We used to publish a newspaper in the basements and deliver free to the students with news about the government. I am not afraid of people who try to be aggressive and crass and even of people who want to harm my businesses with their false power. During that time, I learned how to see the character of someone by their attitudes and to know how fragile the false power is. If those attitudes dont stop, I will have their attitudes and names published in my column, I just want to make this straight and give them the benefit of the doubt before harming peoples jobs. We are receiving support of dozen of readers who send us of emails and letters telling us their stories since my last column. Some other mainstream media have their complaints and already have shares them with me. Dont suppress the press. This is the message. We live in a free country and with the support of the first amendment; we know what we are doing. God willing, see you next week!Never pick a fight with someone who buys ink by the barrel. attributed to Mark Twain bocaratontribune.com

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10 -Edition 146 May 17, through May 23, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com COMMUNITY NEWS BOCA RATON TRIBUNE WORSHIP DIRECTORYFirst Congregational Church of Boca Raton 251 SW 4th Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33432 Phone: 561-395-9255 E-mail: office@churchofboca.org Website: www.churchofbocaraton.org Pastor: Tom Lacey Sunday Worship Service: 10:00AM and Sunday School for all ages St. Pauls Lutheran Church and School 701 West Palmetto Park Road Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-395-0433 Website: www.stpaulboca.com Center for Spiritual Living Boca Raton 2 SW 12 Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-368-8248 Website: Somboca.com Frontline Christian Center 901 W. Palmetto Park Rd Boca Raton FL 33486 561-706-5801 Website: www.frontlinechristiancenter.net First Baptist Church of Boca Raton 2350 Yamato Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-994-4673 Website: www.fbcboca.org Congregation Shirat Shalom PO Box 971142 Boca Raton, FL 33497 Services at Olympic Heights High School School at Loggers Run Middle School 561-488-8079 Website: www.shiratshalom.org Rabbi David Degani and Cantor Lee Degani Boca Glades Baptist Church 10101 Judge Winikoff Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33428 561-483-4228 Website: www.bocaglades.org Advent Lutheran Church and School 300 E. Yamato Road Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-395-3632 Website: www.adventboca.org Revival Life Church 4301 Oak Circle Suite 11 Boca Raton, FL 33431 Services at Don Estridge Middle School 1798 NW Spanish River Blvd Boca Raton, FL 33431 @ 10:30 561-450-8555 Website: www.revivallifechurch.org Head Pastor: Carl Thomas Grace Community Church 600 W. Camino Real Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-395-2811 Website: www.graceboca.org Sunday Worship: 9:15 am Contemporary 11 am Traditional To have your church listed in the Boca Raton Tribune Worship Directory... Send your information to our mailing address at: Boca Raton Tribune, PO Box 970593, Boca Raton, FL 33497

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Edition 14611for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMay 17, through May 23, 2013 ColumnistsThe Boca Raton Tribune Michael H. Gora has been certified by the Board of Education and Specialization of The Florida Bar as a specialist in family and matrimonial law and is a partner with Shapiro Blasi Wasserman & Gora P.A. in Boca Raton. Mr. Gora can be reached at mhgora@sbwlawfirm.com. For many people in todays workplace, security is their primary concern: A steady job; an acceptable income; manageable job responsibilities; predictable expectations. And who can blame them? With the world economy remaining as uncertain as ever, simply having a job is a blessing. So avoid saying or doing anything that could jeopardize a secure position. Why rock the boat? Yet most high achievers, those that have left indelible marks in their areas of endeavor, have been ones that exhibited uncommon courage willing to swim against the current, to challenge the status quo, to venture into the unknown with no guarantees of success. The examples of Bill Gates and Steve Jobs immediately come to mind, individuals that envisioned uses and capabilities for computers that their peers never dreamed of being possible. We have the classic example of inventors like Thomas Edison, who is said to have remained undaunted by setbacks in his quest to invent the light bulb, convinced that each failure represented one step closer to success. Where does such courage come from? Sometimes it comes from necessity. A friend, Gary, was mired in a low-paying, hourly wage job unable to satisfy the desires he had for his family. Instead of accepting his circumstances or blaming others for his plight, Gary implemented an extensive personal improvement project, acquiring the tools and skills he needed to become a successful sales executive. Today he urges others to take similar steps of courage. His life has become a living example of a time-honored biblical principle: The laborers appetite works for him; his hunger drives him on (Proverbs 16:26). Courage willingness to step beyond the confines of the familiar, established and dependable can come from other sources as well: Courage to take a stand. When you feel strongly enough about a belief or principle, courage demands that you not compromise. Perhaps you believe a change in strategy is necessary, despite opposition. Or maybe you think change would be wrong, regardless of pressures to do so. Follow the example of the men of Issachar, who understood the times and knew what Israel should do (1 Chronicles 12:32). Courage to proceed despite danger. Moving forward, or instituting major changes, can involve considerable risk. But if you sense God is directing you to move forward, acting boldly with courage is warranted. Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be terrified; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go (Joshua 1:9). Courage to persevere. When goals are not met or expectations fall short, it can be easy to give up. At such times, the courage to persist, to remain focuses on the objective, is essential. Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up(Galatians 6:9). Courage to act on convictions. The business and professional world can be an amoral environment, ruled by situational ethics whatever it takes to close the deal. It requires courage to stay true to high standards of behavior and practice. Stand firm. Let nothing move you. Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain (1 Corinthians 15:58).Courage In The WorkplaceFAITHBy Randy Alcorn DIVORCE FLORIDA STYLEBy Mike Gora Gone Tomorrow Q: I have just had a disturbing preliminary consultation with a divorce attorney. My husband is a well known personal injury attorney who earns well over a million dollars a year. We have been married for six years, and have two children. I met my husband when I was working for his firm as a paralegal. We lived together for eight years before we married. I am 37 years old and he is 52. He had been married before, for 14 years and pays permanent alimony. The attorney advised me that I probably would not be able to get permanent alimony, even though my husband and I had been together 14 years. We live in a three million dollar house, which is mortgaged to the hilt, and I drive a leased Porsche. We have a forty foot fishing boat. We have no savings. I could not afford to continue to live the way we live now with out permanent alimony. Was the attorney correct? A: A six year marriage is considered a short marriage under Florida law. A short term marriage does not give you the right to expect the same lifestyle after the marriage that you enjoyed during the marriage. Under Florida law living together prior to marriage does not turn a short term marriage into what the courts call a gray area marriage, which might entitle you to permanent periodic alimony, or durational alimony for a set number of years. Therefore, it is not likely that a court could grant you any significant alimony. You are a young woman, who has had experience as a paralegal. A court might give you some bridge the gap short term support or, perhaps, a little longer term of rehabilitative alimony, to enable you to bring your skills up to speed and obtain employment. You will be able to receive child support based on your husbands income, although the court might include some projected income for you. He will probably have to supply the children with health insurance and may have to provide life insurance. If the children have been attending private school and summer camps, he might have to continue those extras as part of the childrens lifestyle. The attorney you consulted with has done an excellent job of giving you advice that was correct and realistic. It is better to begin the divorce process with realistic expectations than to have less experienced counsel build up false hopes which can never be achieved. Your lifestyle will not be gone today but it will probably be gone tomorrow.

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Edition 146 B1Section B May 17, through May 23, 2013www.bocaratontribune.com War Horse Unique, Epic Story of Love and WarENTERTAINMENTSee page B2 The Boca Raton Tribune B Section B Boca See page B3Marios Osteria Superb Classic Italian Fare FOOD REVIEW Indie Rock Band The Vogans Release First EPBy: Andrea Garcia and Gina OnoriOn May 5th indie rock band The Vogans, based out of Boca Raton, released their first self titled EP. Upon listening we couldnt help but think this is only the first? It was surprising and refreshing to hear consistency from track to trackit being the bands debut EP. Lead vocalist and founder of the group, Andre Heizer has a mysterious voice that tastefully engulfs you in a warm echo while the rest of the band harmoniously delivers individualized melodies that come together to form an upbeat, indie pop groove. Although this project was of course studio recorded, it almost feels as if you are listening to them perform live at a show. The mixing and collaborations amongst this five member band is just that organized yet at the same time free spirited. Between Andres elongated vocals and lead guitarist Nick Jamshidis craft every note simply seems to fall into place. For the overall sound including bassist Paul DeFilippis, percussionist Nick Palmieri and drummer John Paul Morrissee, each song was well paced with a few exceptions of some surprising tunes. Some great tracks off this EP include Dr. Wallace and CosmosThe intense drums and lively rhythms that The Vogans deliver bring you back to the genius days of Jimi Hendrix, the diversity of The Pixies and the innovation of MGMT. If you are hungry for any of these bands, The Vogans will be sure to satisfy your appetite. The bands sound takes you on a trippy journey full of twists and turns, and its quite a ride to keep up with these guys. Heizer sang profound phrases with creative lyricism yet never distasteful. Their new song Cosmos, a fan-favorite, is delivered by sunny synth beats and a timely keyboard tempo as a low-end bass conjoins with an uplifting electric guitar to bring forth a toe-tapping, hipswinging melody. The opening lines Look inside Into the fogged window/ Lean in to take a peak/ See only what you know are the intro into a psychedelic trip of hope, honesty, and courage. Some of their influences include The Monkeys, Radiohead, and The Who. The goal for the band is to build up more of a fan base, but at such a young age it is often difficult to book gigs at certain venues with age requirements. This harsh reality is a shame, because more people should be able to get their fix and experience what The Vogans have to offer. This band has every tasteful ingredient it needs to cook up a stir in the indie rock scene. This EP has something for everyone to enjoy, no matter what your favorite genre of music, I guarantee you will be nodding your head to The Vogans. The message that The Vogans want to convey to their audience is to have fun. They hope that people enjoy their music as much as they do. You can find The Vogans online at www.thevogans.com More pictures on B3

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May 17, through May 23, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com B2 Edition 146 Section B Entertainment Skip SheffieldWar Horse Unique, Epic Story of Love and WarWar Horse is unlike any other theatrical presentation this year or any other. This moving story of a boy and his horse continues through May 19 at Broward Center in Fort Lauderdale. War Horse is almost like an extended dance, with amazingly intricate choreography intermixed with agile, athletic puppetry, interacting wordlessly with human actors. The story is based on Michael Morpurgos 1982 childrens story which was adapted to the stage by Nick Stafford and debuted in London in 2007. It also is the basis of Steven Spielbergs award-winning 2011 live action film. The story is much like the traditional, sentimental childrens tales Black Beauty, National Velvet and Lassie Come Home, except in this case it is set in the ghastly time of World War I in Europe. Spielberg used real horses in his epic movie. This stage play, based on choreography and movement by Toby Sedgwick, uses ingenious lifesize puppets created by Handspring Puppet Company of South Africa. We were seated right down front in the third row. On one hand that is good because we could really see the actors and their subtle expressions. On the other hand it is not so good to be so close because you can see the puppeteers inside the horse puppets manipulating the beautiful machines and creating the horse sounds with three human voices working on concert, revealing the illusion. There are a lot of explosions, bright lights, loud noises and gunpowder smells sitting so close, as the show recreates the horrors of being in the trenches in France, battling the German forces of the Kaiser. The story begins in 1912 with the birth of a beautiful horse witnessed by a 14-year-old boy named Albert Narracott (Alex Morf). The production has incidental music throughout reminiscent of the period. Particularly appealing is the recurring them All Be Remembered for What We Have Done. When the colt comes up for sale two years later, a bidding war occurs between the brothers Arthur Narracott (Brian Keane) and Ted Narracott (Todd Cerveris). There is an intense rivalry and some bitterness between the brothers. Arthur boasts of his battle experiences in the Boer War, though it was Ted who was the real hero, wounded in action and left lame. Ted uses alcohol to ease his pain. Sometimes it gets the best of him, as it does when he recklessly wins the bid at 39 guineasan enormous sum at the time. Albert literally falls in love with his horse, which he names Joey. When Great Britain is forced into the war against Germany, Ted agrees to sell Joey to an army officer (Jason Loughlin) for 100 pounds. At 16 Joey is too young to enlist. Eventually he will, only to witness firsthand the horrors and sorrow of hand-to-hand combat. Alex Morf is a very emotive actor who bears a striking resemblance to a young Ronnie Howard. War Horse is also a story of repeated loss of Alberts best friends and comrades. If it werent for its upbeat cliffhanger resolution, it would be almost unbearable. Instead it is inspirational and a marvel of a very large group of talented people working together in perfect concert. Tickets are $39.50$89.50 ($119.50 Club Section. Call 954-4620222 or go to www. browardcenter.org. Chameleon Musicians Finale May 12 at Leiser Center Chameleon Musicians winds up its season at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 12 at Leiser Center, 221 SW Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale. The program features the work of Tchaikovsky, Schubert and Elfrida Andree. Tickets are $35 ($15 students). Call 954-761-3435. Community Cabaret at Willow Theatre Another Community Cabaret variety show will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 15 at the Willow Theatre of Sugar Sand Park, 300 S. Military Trail, Boca Raton. Tickets are just $5 and may be reserved by calling 561-347-3900. Delray Beach Families at Spady Museum Spady Museum, 170 NW Fifth Ave., Delray Beach, presents the original exhibit The Legacies of Delray Beach Families, opening Wednesday, May 15 and running through August. An opening reception is 5:30 p.m. Friday, May 17. The exhibit features vintage and contemporary pioneering families the Edmonds, the Mitchells, the Spells and the Quinces. Each is a pillar of the African-American community. Museum hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays and Saturday by appointment. Admission is $5. Call 561-279-8883 or go to www. spadymuseum.org. Fierce Dance Company in Boca Raton Boca Raton has a new dance studio called Fierce Dance Company, 51 Glades Road. At a recent grand opening and open house owner LeeAnn Pastore conducted tours and she and the staff met parents and prospective students. Vice Mayor Susan Haynie helped cut the opening ribbon. Fierce is a huge (7,500 squarefoot) facility, and it has already yielded results from fierce dance competition. From April 27-29 competition at Coral Springs Performing Arts Center Kelly Bagwell received an Elite Gold award for solo and another Elite Gold for Duet with Melissa Cervantes. The Junior 1 group achieved the highest score in the jazz category and Judges Awards High Gold and Gold, which makes them eligible for the Nationals in Orlando in June. For more information, call 561-338-7778 or go to www. fiercedanceco.com.

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Edition 146 B3Section B May 17, through May 23, 2013www.bocaratontribune.com bocaratontribune.com Marios Osteria Superb Classic Italian Fare Food Review Marc Kent Enjoy the luxury of selecting from a list of 13 truly Italian appetizers such a 3 meatballs made with beef, pork and veal crowned with a dollop of ricotta and fried peppers or Marios signature dish of eggplant pancakes a stack of five, each separated by melted layers of feta, asiago, parmesan and mozzarella cheeses and sauced perfectly with asiago tomato syrup. Both marvelous! We also sampled calamari available fra diavolo or simply grilled orour choice crispy fried with a fine marinara sauce delicious! Two standard soups are the chicken vegetable and the pasta fagioli which was smooth and deep flavored. We enjoyed it and, as the soup of the day, a fine mixture of vegetables in a hearty minestrone, if it is on your menu try it. From a list of 10 salads, we applauded a fine Caesar with a creamy dressing and with a hint of anchovies. This was accompanied by a side of whole anchovies. One may add shrimp or chicken or salmon or steak if you wish but the salad is superb as is. The house salad was sampled next but we were delighted to have the roasted beets and goat cheese salad that featured pistachios, currants, arugula and taggiasca olives with crostini in olive oiland exciting experience. The offer to Create Your Own Pizza on the menu was accepted so we could judge their basic concept. We ordered a medium cheese pizza 12 with only Marios sauce and grande mozzarella to evaluate the crust and base. The taste, thinness and texture were perfect. No need to add any of the 42 pizza toppings or to order any of the 18 signature pies to state- Marios pizza is superb. We sampled chicken two ways. The roasted lemon chicken frascati style was a tender chicken half with a true lemon taste and presented with artichokes, rosemary and roasted vesuvio potatoes with a white wine sauce for a gentle taste. The chicken scarpiello, however, was a robust dish with pepperoncini, broken cherry peppers, roasted peppers, calamata olives, Sicilian olives, artichokes and pasta scarpiello sauce to which we added sausage with a real bite. A fine, spicy dish for the adventurous. There are a dozen additional listings in the Meat Entre menu as well. We were unable to sample any of the 10 fish and seafood items or any of the 18 pasta items or any of the 17 side dishes to try another time, although Director of Operations Sande Weinstein gave us his suggestions. Marios Osteria prides itself of serving their fine foods in large portions created by Executive Chef Augustine Jeudy and staff Bravo! For excellent selection choices, our server Daniel was a fountain of knowledge also Bravo! Carlene, Heather, Jomar and this reviewer were able to sample only three of the thirteen desserts offered. We had the tiramisu, the vanilla bean crme brulee and the ricotta cheese cake. All made in house and all the delicious way to end a perfect meal. Located at 1400 Glades Road in Boca Raton (239-7000), Marios Osteria is open 7 days for lunch between 11:30AM and 3PM, for dinner from 3PM to 10PM weeknights to 11PM on Friday and Saturday nights. Seating 160 inside and 140 outside, this is a gem. We suggest youGo and Enjoy!Local High School Students Nominated For Theater AwardsTheater students from 23 public, private and charter schools throughout Broward and Palm Beach County vie for top honors in the 11th Annual Cappies Awards Gala onTuesday, May 21 at 7 p.m. in the Au-Rene Theater at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. Modeled after Broadways Tony Awards, the gala awards show will feature songs and scenes from the top nominated shows. The Critics Awards Program, or Cappies for short, recognizes high school theater in 42 categories including performers, designers, technicians and critics. With 19 nominations, J.P. Taravella High School leads the nominations having produced the most-nominated play, Leading Ladies. Boca Raton Community High Schools production of Anything Goes is the most nominated musical with 18 nominations. The awards ceremony is presented with support from the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, which has hosted the awards since the South Florida chapter was founded in 2002 as a part of the national non-profit organization honoring high school theater programs. Award winners are determined by votes from the students themselves through a weighted peer review voting process. Nominations were made by student critics from participating schools that attended each others shows to write reviews, which were edited by theater educators and sent to the local media. Below are the local area high schools with nominations: West Boca High School (12 nominations for 9 to 5 The Musical) Best Musical Best Song: Get Out And Stay Out Lead Actress in a Musical: Jade Zaroff Supporting Actress in a Musical: Melissa Bradely Comic Actor in a Musical: Sean Javaherian Comic Actress in a Musical: Danielle Gavish Male Vocalist: Eddie Datz Featured Actress in a Musical: Emily Sterneck Ensemble in a Musical: Office Workers

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May 17, through May 23, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com B6 Edition 146 Section B you shall plant trees. Leviticus 19:23 When you shall come to the land When you shall come to the land A tree has been planted in Israel A tree has been planted in Israel Show them you care... Plant a Tree in Memory of a Loved One and plant a tree in Israel as a living tribute of your loved one. World Renowned Artist Art Siegel Showcases 3D Art Works in Boca Ratons Museum Of ArtBy: Rachel AlmeidaBoca Raton has been made home to many creative minds, and nationally renowned artist Art Siegel is no exception. His 3D works are now open for public view and his uncommon inspirations and artistic background have garnered him a lot of attention from the Boca Raton area and beyond. His works, which are on display at the Boca Museum of Art until July 14, are entitled Kinetic Vistas and implement photography and physical elements to create an intricate, three-dimensional piece. And its not only Boca Raton that has sparked an interest in Siegels innovations; Arts pieces hang in various homes across the globe, from Montreal to South Americaproving that art can be a universal language. Siegel, a native New Yorker, has found a way to make use of his retirement years in South Florida by continuing to draw upon his natural talent for design and construction to create his art. Having worked in public television, Art draws on his knowledge in scenery backgrounds to design his one-of-a-kind works, which use pieces of wood, metal, and plastic to enhance the detail of the featured photographs. His dimensional creations, which include titles such as 7th Avenue Local and Number 6 to Pelham Bay, often depict bustling city-scenes and have been known to give viewers the feeling of being a part of the piecenot a common characteristic for modern artwork. The audience needs to feel that the action is occurring in a real place. Whether that reality is inside a courtroom, in front of a fantasy castle, or in John Adams period home, Siegel says, Everything that appears on the screen must serve as credible context for the story. Unlike his artistic contemporaries, Siegels Kinetic Vistas focus on the background, and not the individual subjects. Not only does his artwork produce a creative outlet, it has also prompted charitable, community involvement. Two of Siegels pieces will be on display at the Yaacov Hellers Gallery 22 for a cocktail and cupcake reception benefitting The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, MSF, on Thursday, May 23rd. The event, which will take place at Hellers Gallery 22, will also give guests the opportunity to have a meet-andgreet with Siegel and learn more about his chance encounter with the artistic communities of South Florida. The reception will benefit MSF, which is a foundation whose main focus is not only to assist those affected by multiple sclerosis, but also to create educational programs that help educate the community on the realities of those living with MS. Yaavoc Hellers Cocktails and Cupcake Reception will be held on Thursday, May 23rd at Gallery 22, and will run from 5:30to 7:30pm, which is by invitation only. For more information, please contact Abby Blake at 561-750-9800 ext 229 or abby@transmediagroup. com.

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Edition 14619for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMay 17, through May 23, 2013Municipal NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune On Thursday, March 28 at about 10:50 p.m., Boca Raton Police officers responded to a report of a carjacking that occurred at 521 NE 43 Street. The victim told officers she had just arrived home from work when she was approached by a male asking for directions. As she was giving the directions, the male pointed a long, black handgun at her and demanded her car keys. After she gave him the keys, the suspect got into her 2008 black Nissan Altima bearing Florida tag 881TFF and drove off. The victims purse, which contained cash and credit cards, an iPhone, iPad, and laptop were in the car. The victim was not injured. During the investigation, detectives with the Boca Raton Police Services Department learned about an armed carjacking in Delray Beach where a white Dodge Charger was stolen. Hours later, deputies from the Broward County Sheriffs Office (BSO) located the Charger along with the car from the Boca Raton carjacking at the Plantation Inn in Plantation. Surveillance video showed both cars arriving two hours after the carjacking in Delray Beach. It also showed Myronn Berry driving the car belonging to the Boca Raton victim. Most of the victims property was recovered, along with majority of the cash stolen. Both Berry and Alexander Boyd were arrested by BSO. Detectives from the Boca Raton Police Services Department then went to the Broward County jail to interview Boyd. Boyd gave investigators detailed information about the night of the carjacking in Boca Raton. The red and gold color car the victim saw at the scene when she was carjacked was also recovered as a stolen vehicle by BSO in Lauderdale Lakes. Detectives went to the Broward County jail to talk with Myronn Berry who was uncooperative and refused to speak. Based on the information laid out by detectives Berry was charged with armed carjacking.Carjacking suspect identied Suspect Arrested for Breaking Into Boarded up HouseInvestigators from the Boca Raton Police Services Department arrested a suspect for breaking into the same boarded up house on two different occasions. On April 8th, the owner of the property at 201 NE 6th Court reported that someone removed a piece of plywood from the door of the vacant residence. There was no damage, and nothing was missing. The owner then installed a video surveillance system for the home. On April 29th the owner reported that he captured a white male in the house, and that tools were missing. On May 12th the owner called again because he saw the person captured by his surveillance system back in the area. Officers met with the person, identified as Francisco Lechuga. Lechuga admitted to entering the property, and added that he did so the first time to get out of the rain and the second time to look around. Francisco Lechuga Moreno was charged with Burglary, Trespassing and Petit Theft.

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20 -Edition 146 May 17, through May 23, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com Early morning crash Kills Boca Raton manA 31-year-old man was killed early Sunday when the car he was driving veered off Interstate 95, overturned and struck a barrier wall on the east side of the highway, said the Florida Highway Patrol. David Cadet was traveling north in the outside lane of I-95 shortly before 4 a.m. when he apparently lost control of the 2000 Pontiac Grand Am just south of Palmetto Park Road, said FHP Lt. Tim Frith. Cadet, of Lauderhill, was not wearing a seat and was ejected from the car. He was pronounced dead at the scene, Frith said Three northbound lanes of I-95 were obstructed briefly and quickly reopened, Frith said. No other vehicles were involved, Frith said.iPhones, a hot Item for Thieves Culprits stole iPhones in at least two separate incidences around the city this week, authorities said. Police said a man in his 20s snatched a womans iPhone as she sat outside a coffee shop in the 2500 block of North Federal Highway recently. The man is white, approximately six feet tall and 180 pounds. He was wearing black shorts, a white t-shirt and a purple baseball hat, police said. It was not known if the snatch and grab was captured on video. In the second incident, a man approached a woman with a stroller at Boca Ratons Town Center Mall on May 10, showed her his shatteredscreen iPhone and asked to use hers to make a call. When she handed him her iPhone 4s, he appeared to dial a number, said Hello into it, then ran to the passenger seat of an awaiting car and sped off. A security officer at the mall said it was the third snatch-and-grab incident alone. Anyone with information on the crimes is asked to call Boca Raton Police or CrimeStoppers at 1-800-458TIPS.Former Hospital Employee Pleads Guilty to Stealing Patient Info for FraudA former employee of Boca Raton Regional Hospital and her accomplice both plead guilty to stealing patient information from the hospital to file fraudulent tax returns. Shalamar Major, a scheduler at the hospital, stole patients names, dates of birth, and social security numbers from January through June 2012, according to the indictment. She then gave it to her friend, Tanisha Wright, who promised to pay Major for that information. Wright then filed 57 fraudulent tax returns worth $306,720 and the pair split the proceeds, which were loaded on to pre-paid debit card, according to the indictment filed in federal court in Fort Lauderdale. Both Major and Wright are from Deerfield Beach. Sentencing is set for July 22. Wright faces up to 15 years in prison on the most serious counts while Major could face up to 10 years in prison. POLICE BRIEFS R. Seelaus & Co., Inc.25 DeForest A venue, Suite 304 Summit, NJ 07901 www.rseelaus.com A Full Service Brokerage FirmCall 800.922.0584 for more information.M ember FINR A, SIPC 07/01/2042 Maturity 5.25% Coupon Price: $100 Municipal Bond Of fering5.25% TaxFree Municipal BondPuerto Rico Public Bldg. Auth.Baa3/BBB-Callable 07/01/2022 @ 100 *Bonds are subject to price change and/or availabilit y Y ield and price given as of 5/8/2013. If bonds are sold prior to maturit y y ield and price may be higher or lower than original cost due to market fluctuation. Palm Beach Schools Observe Food Allergy Awareness WeekBy Natalia ArenasFood allergies affect nearly 250,000 students in Florida and researchers estimate that up to 15 million Americans have food allergies with nearly 6 million being children. To increase awareness and education regarding this disease, Senator Joe Negron, District 32, has issued a Proclamation in recognition of Food Allergy Awareness Week, May 12. Every three minutes, a food allergy reaction sends someone to the emergency department that is more than 200,000 emergency department visits per year. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control reported that food allergies result in more than 300,000 ambulatory-care visits a year among children under the age of 18. Food allergy is the leading cause of anaphylaxis outside the hospital setting. There is no cure for food allergies. Strict avoidance of food allergens and early recognition and management of allergic reactions to food are important measures to prevent serious health consequences. Once you have been diagnosed with a food allergy, talk to your doctor about how allergic reactions should be treated. Mild to moderate symptoms are often treated with antihistamines and oral or topical steroids. Click here to watch an informational video about managing food allergies in the school setting. For resources and more information visit the Food Allergy Research & Education website. For more information contact Paula Triana at 561-383-2026 or email paula.triana@palmbeachschools.org.

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22 -Edition 146 May 17, through May 23, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comBusinessThe Boca Raton Tribune Prevent, preserve & reverse signs of aging with the personalized care of our experienced professional medical team 561-394-3088 Call TODAY to set up your FREE consultation 3848 FAU Blvd., Suite 210 Boca Raton, FL 33431www.GladesMedical.com WEIGHT MANAGEMENT BOTOX RESTYLANE JUVDERM RADIESSE LATISSE SKIN REJUVENATING PEELS LASER HAIR REMOVALExclusively at Glades Medical Group Boca Raton Airport towers to remain open, DOT saysBy Fred HamiltonThe Boca Raton Airport will keep its air traffic controllers on the job at least until Sept. 30 after a decision Friday by the U.S. Department of Transportation. The department sent out a brief statement announcing that Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood determined there is enough extra money, under a bill passed by Congress last month, to keep the towers open through the end of the budget year. Were very pleased that its been extended through this fiscal year. We fought very hard to get the funding reversed from being cut off, said Janet Sherr, director of landside operations at the Boca Raton Airport. We hope that it will be part of the 2014 budget that Congress will look at for funding of $150 million for the control tower to continue and we will continue to fight for that. Sherr on Wednesday praised the work of local businesses, the airports board and community leaders who notified congressional representatives about the economic consequences of closing the control tower. The airport staff worked very hard in reaching out to our congressional delegates and they all jumped on board, she said. U.S. Representatives Lois Frankel, Ted Deutch and U.S. Sens. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) and Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) were very instrumental in making it happen, she said, adding they all signed on to the letters we asked them to sign. A message left at Mayor Susan Welchel office seeking her reaction was not returned. The FAA in February listed Bocas airport and Broward Countys North Perry Airport among 189 small airports across the country slated to lose their control towers as a result of the federal cuts, known as the sequester. Last month the FAA released a final list of 149 towers that will close. Congress freed up $253 million last month from accounts with unspent funds to prevent further furloughs of air traffic controllers. The furloughs at airport towers and air traffic control facilities caused widespread flight delays across the country for nearly a week before Congress stepped in. Then, the transportation department had to decide whether that money would be spent on the control towers. The towers at some small airports were scheduled to close June 15 as part of the FAAs plan to accommodate automatic spending cuts required by Congress. Airport officials have said it would cost roughly $650,000 a year to take over tower operations. Without a manned tower, the airports can remain open but pilots have to monitor the airfield themselves during takeoffs and landings. Air traffic control unions also are upset, saying these closures will impact safety. The FAA insists the airports will remain safe, but South Floridas congressional delegation pushed back. Weve made several requests to the FAA and Department of Transportation urging them to keep the control tower at Boca Raton Airport open, wrote Frankel and Deutch. Were seeing the real, local impacts of the mindless, acrossthe-board budget cuts known as the sequester with this control tower closure. Its time for Congress to come together and solve the sequester. On behalf of our constituents we will continue to fight to make sure planes coming in and out of Boca Raton Airport are safe. Bocas tower opened in 2000, five months after four people died when two planes collided over suburban Boca Raton. Some area residents blamed the collision on the absence of a tower. Five air traffic controllers work at Bocas tower, manned daily from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. The airport, which generates $154 million, provides 1,237 jobs, Sherr said. With the tower being open continues that process, she said. If this closes, youre going to lose jobs and corporations will pull out. It will hurt.

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Edition 14623for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMay 17, through May 23, 2013 bocaratontribune.comBoca Raton Regional Hospital Receives A Rating In Hospital Safety ScoreDeveloping a Focus Group I recently asked a prospective client what business she was in. She complained that some days she doesnt know herself. She said her clients are so fickle that she is not sure what they want anymore. We decided to do a focus group to find out what they wanted and determine if we can satisfy their wants and needs. We discovered that she was not catering to her present market and did not see what was actually happening. There was a marked shift to a younger, more price conscious customer. Knowing your audience base is essential for any business. However, we must have the tools to work with in order keep up with the changing times. So, we conducted a Focus Group! What is a focus group? It is a research tool that gives the company the ability to intermingle directly with its public in a controlled environment. In this setting the participants responses are recorded and analyzed. Look at it as another means you can use to evaluate your current services and future plans. It affords you a chance to become more attuned to what your customers are thinking by hearing and analyzing their responses to the posed questions and to each others responses. There are various kinds of focus groups depending upon on the size of the business, the size of the geographical area concerned with and the cost allocated to it. The cost of a focus group is not expensive, (we offer a special discount to those who read The Boca Raton Tribune). Focus groups are also used in marketing research studies, in the social sciences, political campaigns and even by the federal government. For the purpose of the average local business the group should consist of a representative group of your companys target market usually, 6-12 people, who are requested to participate in your focus group and answer questions posed by the moderator. The questions asked relate to how they feel about the services/ products you provide, future products/ services and their perception of your brand. There is usually some form of compensation for the participants, special discounts, gifts, refreshments and sometimes-just recognition in the form of a thank you letter. The information you get can be invaluable in guiding you to make corrections or additions to your companys plans or format. It provides you an opportunity to glean opinions, perceptions and beliefs about your product. A company is wise to conduct a focus group prior to adding a new product/ service or planning any large event, advertising or public relations campaign to ensure that they will resonate with the target audience. All of this can be accomplished by a skilled moderators questions and an equally skillful analysis of the answers. focus groups, I find that a successful focus group consists of the following four components: selected to truly represent a cross section of your customers. moderator who is running the meeting, in stimulating audience participation. asked. information obtained. Organizing a focus group is not a meaningless activity; it unveils vital information a business needs in order to serve its public. Its not expensive and the return on investment will pay great dividends. Excerpts from the book, The Real World Guide to Selling & Management, Gerald J. Sherman, MBA,DBA & Sar S. Perlman. Fairchild Books, Division of Bloomsbury Publications. Email:jerry@ shermanperlman.com http://www.shermanperlman.com 561.715.2788Boca Raton Regional Hospital is the recipient of an A rating in the Spring 2013 Hospital Safety Score, administered by The Leapfrog Group, an independent, national nonprofit organization focused on healthcare safety and accountability. The Hospital Safety Score, calculated under the guidance of experts from Harvard and Johns Hopkins, uses 26 measures of publicly available hospital safety data to produce a single grade representing a hospitals overall success in keeping patients safe from infections, injuries, and medical and medication errors. The Spring 2013 update to the Score used information from 2012 and assigned A, B, C, D or F grades to more than 2,500 general hospitals in the United States, of which, only one third earned an A grade. As evidenced by this latest information, Boca Regional places the highest priority on patient safety, as well as other quality-care indicators, such as Core Measures and patient satisfaction, said Jerry Fedele, President and CEO of Boca Regional. This focus has resulted in our material success in establishing and maintaining an environment of care that is ranked as top performing in the country by a host of independent ratings organizations. By Gerald J. Sherman WHAT BUSINESS ARE YOU IN?Dening Your Target Market By CRA News ServiceNewsweek and The Boca Raton Tribune are recognizing two Palm Beach County high schools as being among the best 2,000 public high schools in the United States. Suncoast Community High School and the Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts made Newsweeks annual Americas Best High Schools list for 2013. They ranked 9th and 39th respectively both boast graduation rates of 100 percent. Schools were ranked based on a number of factors, including graduation rate, college acceptance rate, average SAT or ACT scores and the number of students taking advanced classes. Total commitment to a culture of achievement for all and service to others fuels excellence at Suncoast, said Principal Dr. Linda Cartlidge. Newsweeks recognition of Suncoast as one of the nations Top 10 schools for the eighth year validates this mission. The Dreyfoos Community is proud of our Newsweek ranking as we continue to strive for academic excellence and increase student achievement each year, said Principal Dr. Susan Atherley. More than 115 Florida high schools were included in the total list. Boca Raton Community High School ranked 226 and Spanish River Community High School ranked 245. To view the complete list, visit Americas Best High Schools.Newsweek Names 2 Palm Beach Schools to Best High Schools List

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24 -Edition 146 May 17, through May 23, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comBusiness NewsBoca Raton Resident Named 2013 Entrepreneur of the YearThe Wharton Club of South Florida has named Beverly Raphael, president and chief executive officer of South Florida-based general contracting firm, RCC Associates, as their 2013 Entrepreneur of the Year. The first South Florida woman to be so honored, Raphael joins the ranks of several prominent South Florida business leaders honored by the alumni of the prestigious Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Recent recipients include Terry Stiles, Wayne Huizenga, Ed Yakabuchi, Oscar Feldenkreis and Mel Fisher. One of Whartons oldest alumni clubs, The Wharton Club of South Florida provides education and networking opportunities for the 2,000 alumni that live or work in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties. As Americas first business institute, the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania has educated leaders for business and public service since 1881. The South Florida chapter selected Raphael in recognition of her outstanding business acumen and ethics in creating business in South Florida. She will be honored at an award ceremony scheduled at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts on Wednesday, May 29th. Keynote speaker is attorney Stuart Sobel, a partner with Siegfrid, Rivera, Lerner, De La Torre and Sobel. Raphael as President and Chief Executive Officer has taken Deerfield Beach-based RCC Associates, www. rccassociates.com, to new heights, adding several new divisions and greatly expanding the firms restaurant construction business. RCC, which has built more than 1500 projects in 27 states over the past 40plus years, today is regarded as one of the nations premier contractors, specializing in retail, restaurants, country clubs, sport facilities spas, offices and banks. A winner of Ernst & Youngs Florida Entrepreneur of the Year in the Real Estate and Construction category, recipient of the SunSentinels Excalibur Award and inducted into the Hall of Fame for the Huizenga Business School at Nova Southeastern University and Junior Achievement, Raphael continues to build her presence as one of South Floridas top business and community leaders with the Wharton Club recognition. She and her husband, Joel Altman, reside in Boca Raton. Scholarship Named in Honor of FAU College of Business ProfessorFlorida Atlantic Universitys College of Business has announced that The Hospitality Sales and Marketing Association International (HSMAI) South Florida Chapters annual scholarship fund has been named in honor of Peter Ricci, Ph.D., director of hospitality management at FAU. Applications for the HSMAI South Florida Dr. Peter Ricci Honorary Scholarship Award, for students pursuing careers in hospitality sales and marketing, management or revenue management, are now being accepted. Dr. Ricci has been singled out for this honor based on his years of personal commitment to the HSMAI South Florida Chapter and his dedication to educating future generations of hospitality professionals, said Carmen Ackerman, president of HSMAI South Florida Chapter. His vision for empowering students to achieve excellence by encouraging their affiliation with HSMAI and other hospitality associations demonstrates his passion for the industry and for ensuring its continued growth and development. The scholarship fund offers students enrolled in either an undergraduate or graduate hospitality degree program at any of the South Florida educational institutions an opportunity to receive financial assistance based on the merit of their application and personal achievements. The hospitality program at FAUs College of Business produces AACSB-accredited graduates that are in high-demand in this very important sector of Floridas economy, says Som Bhattacharya, Ph.D., interim dean of the College of Business. Dr. Riccis efforts on behalf of this program, and the accolades that he has received and continues to receive from the HSMAI, are a testament to the manner in which FAU continues to contribute to the hospitality industry, and our local and state economy. We are all advantaged by Peters dedication and commitment to our students, and are delighted to see him recognized and honored by the industry. Scholarships are awarded based on merit and complete eligibility criteria and requirements which are outlined by HSMAI South Florida. Applications for the 2013-14 academic year must be submitted no later than Friday, June 28, and winners will be announced by Wednesday, July 31. bocaratontribune.com

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Edition 14625for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMay 17, through May 23, 2013Business News (LAKE WORTH, Fla. April 29, 2013) Former Apple Inc. president and Pepsi executive John Sculley will share his perceptions on working with local entrepreneurs to create jobs and the growing need for science and technology professionals at an upcoming appearance at Palm Beach State College. This event will be a fundraiser for the Foundations STEAM Initiative, a five-year plan with the goal of providing 1,000 new scholarship awards, creating 50 academic program enhancements and generating 100 new businesscollege partnerships with 50 new internship opportunities. The event is set for 5:30 p.m. Thursday, May 30, at the Duncan Theatre on the Lake Worth campus and includes a post-presentation reception. Sculleys visit is part of the Colleges ongoing STEAM Initiative which was launched at a luncheon featuring computer icon Steve Wozniak in January. Tickets are $50, and can be purchased by calling the Foundation at 561-868-3450 or online at www. palmbeachstate.edu/foundation/ Steam. After establishing a national reputation as a successful big brand consumer marketer with Pepsi, Sculley was recruited by Steve Jobs to head up Apple in 1983. At the time, Apple products were outsold by Atari, Commodore, Tandy and IBM. By the time Sculley left Apple 10 years later, the Mac had become the largest selling computer in the world, and Apples revenue had grown over 1,000 percent. Yvonne Boice, who is the cochair of the STEAM Initiative said, We are so proud to be hosting John Sculley. His presence once again proves the national importance of our program. Through these outstanding events, Palm Beach County business leaders are taking notice of the incredible impact this Initiative will have on the economic growth of our community. Palm Beach States five-year STEAM initiative targets the socalled STEM fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Boice suggested the addition of the Arts as she saw the integration as a critical aspect of student education. Bank of America is presenting sponsor for the event. We plan to continue the excitement started in January and to keep engaging the community throughout the year, said Suellen John Sculley to Speak at Palm Beach State College STEAM Event Fundraiser Former Apple Inc. and Pepsi Executive to Discuss Local Job CreationMann, executive director of the Palm Beach State Foundation. This first follow-up event with John Sculley presents a different aspect of closing the gap on STEAM education, as he will share his experiences of working with local companies. In September, we plan to offer an educational event, and of course, we are already planning next Januarys luncheon with a world-class speaker. Serving 49,000 students annually, Palm Beach State College is the largest institution of higher education in Palm Beach County, providing bachelors degrees, associate degrees, professional certificates, career training and lifelong learning. Established in 1933 as Floridas first public community college, it offers more than 100 programs of study at locations in Lake Worth, Boca Raton, Palm Beach Gardens and Belle Glade.

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28 -Edition 146 May 17, through May 23, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comBy: Pedro HeizerThe list of teams asking the government for money just keeps growing. The Florida Panthers argued that that the county should fork up $4.2 million to build a new scoreboard and they won. The $4.2 million, according to Broward County, will come from hotel bed taxes. The current scoreboard has been in place since the BB&T Center opened in 1998. The arena was almost entirely paid for by the county. However, as part of their 30-year lease, the Panthers pay about $4.6 million in rent, and are responsible for its upkeep of the arena. Team president Michael Yormark has said that if there is a new scoreboard, the NHL promises to bring the draft to Sunrise within the next three years, and will also put Sunrise back in the mix for a future AllStar Weekend. The arena, Yormark says, desperately needs the upgraded video and audio capability. We have puts tens of millions of dollars into this building since it has opened, Yormark said. The county has not put one dollar into this building as SportsThe Boca Raton Tribune Lynn Womens Basketball Inks First for 2013By Chad BeattieBOCA RATON, Fla. Looking to build off the success of a NCAA Tournament appearance, Lynn University head womens basketball coach Niki Washington proudly announced the first member of her Class of 2013 to sign. Fredinna Nina Guillaume joins a squad coming off its first Sunshine State Conference regular season title. I could not ask for a better person or player to represent Lynn as the first member of our 2013 recruiting class than Nina [Guillaume], said Washington, who will begin her fifth year at Lynn in the upcoming season. She comes from a successful high school program where her coach, Cindy Richardson, is known for instilling a strong work ethic and preparing her players for basketball at the college level. A 5-foot-11 power forward from Colonial High School in Orlando, Fla., Guiallaume averaged doublefigures in scoring as a junior and senior while also pulling down nearly eight rebounds per game. She was named the 2012-13 Metro Conference Player of the Year and garnered Orlando Sentinel First Team All-Orange Country accolades as she helped lead her team to the Florida High School Athletic Association 8A State Semifinals. Guillaume then capped off a career in which she scored over 1,200 points and grabbed 500 rebounds by earning Florida Association of Basketball Coaches All-State Basketball Team recognition. Nina is very aggressive and strong, so a lot of players dont want to deal with that type of physical play and exertion all game, Washington added. She just wears you down physically, which eventually wears on you mentally. Shes exactly what were missing in the post; some grit and fire coupled with a tremendous skill set. The Fighting Knights posted an 18-10 overall mark while going 11-5 in SSC play to set a program record for wins in a season. In addition, Washington became the first coach in program history to garner SSC Coach of the Year recognition. Lynn returns eight letterwinners, including starters Charla NelsonJames, Tylar Tracy, Zachara Bailey and Shatorria Baker.Panthers Are Rewarded For Mediocrity; Get $4.2 Million for New Scoreboard a gift or as capital improvement. Not one. Weve taken loans out, but were responsible for those. Its their building. They own it. Im confused though, if the Panthers are responsible for the upkeep of the arena, what are they asking the County for a gift? Have they earned it? George Richards of The Miami Herald has obtained this chart from the Panthers, which they claim represents the economic benefits a new scoreboard would bring to the arena and the county. This is absurd, sports teams should only be allowed to receive public funding if they preform on the field/ice. South Florida needs to stop rewarding mediocrity, havent we learned enough from the whole Miami Marlins fiasco? The Dolphins want public funding to upgrade Sun Life? Sure! Just win the AFC East two times in the next four seasons and you get your money. The Panthers want a brand new scoreboard? Sure! Just finish two seasons above .500 and its all yours. According to the Panthers, the new scoreboard would feature super-sized high definition screens sandwiched between two LCD ribbon rings.

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Edition 14629for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMay 17, through May 23, 2013SportsThe Fort Lauderdale Strikers defeated visiting Minnesota United FC by a score of 2-1 at Lockhart Stadium, Saturday night in front of 4,323 fans. Early goals from Mark Anderson and David Foley secured victory for the Strikers, who finished the game down a man following Stephane Guillaumes red card in the 58th minute. We fought hard and we knew they were going to come at us and they threw numbers at us but youve got to give our whole team credit, said Strikers head coach Daryl Shore. They dug in and this shows were capable of doing good things. Mark Anderson opened the scoring for the hosts inside of two minutes after collecting a ball from Jemal Johnson at the top of the box before firing a shot past Daryl Sattler, off the post and into the goal. David Foley doubled the Strikers advantage in the 14th minute, chasing down a long ball from Manny Gonzalez and tucking his shot into the back of the net. The assist was the first as a professional for first-year Strikers midfielder Gonzalez. In the 16th minute of the match the game was delayed due to lightning in the area and resumed after a 64 minute stoppage. Just four minutes after play resumed, Strikers forward David Foley appeared to sustain an upper leg injury and needed to be subbed off. During first half stoppage time, the Strikers Stephane Guillaume was issued a yellow card for retaliation after a tackle and the half ended with Fort Lauderdale ahead 2-0. In the second half, the teams stayed on the offensive with Fort Lauderdale and Minnesota fighting for every ball. One of these challenges ended with Guillaume being tagged with his second yellow card of the match, causing him to be ejected in the 58th minute. United FC would need just 10 minutes from that point to score their first goal, as in the 68th minute, Simone Bracalello sent in a cross from the right side that forward Pablo Campos was able to put a head on and direct a shot behind Strikers goalkeeper Jeff Attinella. Emboldened by their score, United FC continued to press and put numbers forward. They hammered the Strikers defense producing 10 shots with Attinella making five saves in the second half and six on the night. Fort Lauderdale was able to hold on and earned their first victory of the season. Fort Lauderdale takes over sixth place in the league and will next play at Lockhart in the second round of the 2013 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. The Strikers next matchup however, requires a trip to San Antonio to face the Scorpions for the first time at the brand new Toyota Field on Saturday, May 18, with an 8:30 p.m. eastern kick off. For all game information and times of matches, visit Strikers. com.Fort Lauderdale Gets First Win of 2013 Season, Beat Minnesota United FC 2-1

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30 -Edition 146 May 17, through May 23, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comSportsFAU Baseball Closes Regular Season With Series At FIUThe Florida Atlantic University baseball team looks to continue its strong late-season play when it closes out the regular season at FIU in a three-game Sun Belt Conference (SBC) series, starting on Thursday, May 16 at 6 p.m. in Miami. The Owls have won four straight games and are tied for third place in league play. FAU stands 32-20 on the season and is coming off a 4-3 win over UCF in the 2013 home finale on May 14. The team is 16-11 in SBC action and is tied with the University of Louisiana for third place in the standings. The Owls won a home series against the Panthers to open the league season on March 15-17. The teams winning streak included a three-game sweep at Western Kentucky University (WKU) last weekend, outscoring the Hilltoppers 29-11 over the series. Freshman Brendon Sanger continues to lead the teams offense with a .344 batting average and 38 runs scored. Junior Levi Meyer carries a .331 average into the final weekend series, and hit a two-run home run against UCF. Senior Nathan Pittman has scored 37 runs while driving in an additional 32 runs from the leadoff spot in the batting order. He is one of four players hitting .320 or better on the season. Sophomore Mitch Morales had two hits against UCF to improve his batting average to .322. Junior Tyler Rocklein has hit a team-high eight home runs and 17 doubles. Senior Mark Nelson has connected on six homers and driven in a team-best 36 runs this season. On the mound, FAU leads the SBC with a 3.83 earned run average (ERA). Leading the rotation is sophomore Austin Gomber (5-4, 3.04 ERA), a left hander who earned SBC Pitcher of the Week honors after tossing 7.1 scoreless innings with nine strikeouts in the early-season match up against FIU. Junior Jeremy Strawn (4-2, 3.44) has also been in the starting rotation all season. Senior relief pitcher Hugh Adams (1-0, 2.70) leads the conference with 14 saves and is one save shy of tying the SBC record of 28 career saves. He has already had a productive week, being the winning pitcher at WKU on May 12 and earning a save against UCF on May 14. Sophomore Bo Logan (5-1, 2.62) retired the first 10 batters he faced in a relief appearance against UCF. FIU is 25-27 on the season and is tied with WKU for fifth place in the SBC with a 13-14 league record. The Panthers are 19-15 at home this season. Aramis Garcia leads the teams offensive attack with a .342 batting average, 11 home runs and 49 RBI. Edwin Rios has legged out 20 doubles with 45 RBI. Josh Anderson has hit seven homers and recorded 20 doubles. Ty Alexander anchors the starting rotation with a 4-6 record and a 4.46 ERA.FAU Finishes SBC Championships With Five Top-10 FinishesFlorida Atlantic Universitys track team concluded their 2013 outdoor track season on Sunday evening at the Sun Belt Conference Outdoor Track Championships. The Owls performance was highlighted by five top-10 finishes, including Danielle Aromashodus win in the 400 meter hurdles finals. Aromashodu took first in the preliminaries on Saturday with a time of 58.68, beating her previously held school record of 59.16 set in 2011. The juniors finish in the finals bettered her school record set on Saturday as she finished in 58.33. This is Aromashodus third consecutive Sun Belt title in the event which she is now ranked 13th in the east and 24th in the country for. Teammate Lauren Walton finished less than three seconds behind Aromashodu to take third place and set a new personal record (1:01.09). Anna-Lisa Myers sixth place finish in the 400 meters on Saturday (55.29) qualified the senior for finals, where she improved her time, setting a new personal record, to take fourth-place (55.08). Valerie Dixon competed in the 800 meters, finishing in seventh with a final time of 2:18.78. To round out the top-10 finishes for Florida Atlantic, the 4x400 relay team finished in 3:42.27, good for third-place. The team consisted of Aromashodu, Myers, Dixon, and Tanisha Coppin. Sundays championship schedule also included the 1500 meter and 5000 meter running events. Senior Stacy Patons participation in the 1500 earned her 12th place (4:53.27). The Owls team included seven finishers in the 5000 meters, with Chloe Sellachieving the best time for FAU of 18:36.98 for 19th place. Paton finished in 32nd for the teams next best time for the event (19:03.92). Colleen Mcauliffe, Megan Bary, Kia Heller-Spencer, Helen Mann and Tara Cripe finished in 34th, 35th, 38th, 40th and 41st, respectively. HellerSpencer finished in 19:48.54, setting a new personal best. Demetria Brown and Ronja Siekmann competed in the days field events. Brown took the 17th finish in the triple jump with 10.83 meters. Siekmann then came in 10th-place for the javelin throw (36.39 m). The past weekend marked Florida Atlantic Universitys track teams last time competing in the Sun Belt Conference. The team will join Conference USA for the 2014 competitive season. 5994 SW 18th Street, Boca Raton FL561-750-7945 www.bodyscenes.com(IN WITH THE OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE PLAZA) JOIN TODAY!Some Restrictions ApplyThe Newest Cardio Equipment in South Florida......and so much more! 1 YEAR FOR YOU$29.99Per Month 12 Month Membership AgreementONLY3 Months Summer Special $99.00 3 Months Summer Special $99.00

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32 -Edition 146 May 17, through May 23, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com Tribune Sports of May 17, through May 23, 2013 See Page 29 Panthers Are Rewarded For Mediocrity; Get $4.2 Million for New Scoreboard FAU Athletics Announces May Touchdown Thursday ScheduleSee page 30