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The Pineapple Newspaper www.PineappleNewspaper.com Feb ruary 2014 1 DELRAY BEACH, FL For thousands of years, human beings have gathered together at festivals and fairs to celebrate religion, the harvest and the arts. Festivals and fairs give families, friends and communities an opportunity to gather and enjoy each others company and offered relief from the hardships of daily life and a chance to renew the human spirit. Delray Beach is blessed with a plethora of festivals and fairs but for many the height of the festival season is the Delray Beach Garlic Fest. Now in its fteenth year, The Garlic Fest is truly a unique Delray Beach tradition. It was started by a group of locals as a means to raise funds for local non-prot organizations dedicated to childrens arts and activities and it is still run by those local organizations today! This year it will surpass $500,000 in charitable contributions to the 16 organizations and the 500 www.PineappleNewspaper.com FEBRUAR Y 2014 Pineapplethe LOOKINSIDE COMMUNITY NEWS section 1 Library/School News . . . . . . . . . . .12 Events Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . 14 -15 NEW! HEALTH/STYLE section 2 The Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Fashion & Beauty. . . . . . . . . . . . 28 BUSINESS/REAL ESTATE section 3 Real Estate Briefs . . . . . . . . . . . .41 Events Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . 44 45 ARTS/MUSIC/FOOD/ETC. section 4 Arts and Ends. . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 55 Food & Dining . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 63 ATLANTIC CROSSING PROJECT APPROVEDBy Rigel Herman The Pineapple Staff Writer On Tuesday, January 21, the Delray City Commission approved the nine acres of East Atlantic Avenue that will comprise Atlantic Crossing. The $200 million redevelopment project will consist of shops, ofces, restaurants and apartments. The privately funded reconstruction has been a heavily debated subject among city ofcials and residents. The approval is a frustrating loss for many who fought to keep the project from becoming reality. Some impassioned citizens even commissioned their own studies of the area as leverage to have the project terminated. However, according to a legal memorandum stating the City Commissions elements of consideration for the approval or denial of the project, these studies could not legally be factors in the decision making process. While City Commissioner Adam Frankel thinks it was great that residents conducted these studies, he felt that it was beyond the scope of what I could look at. Legally, the commissioners were allowed to consider only matters of code and conduct as well as relevant evidentiary testimony. Mayor Cary Glickstein and Commissioner Shelly Petrolia, who voted against the construction, were fearful that the project would bombard Atlantic Avenue and the surrounding neighborhoods with trafc that would impede the residents safety and ability to get around town. It took more than a decade for local entrepreneur and philanthropist Carl DeSantis to John Isner is the top-ranked American and has reached the semifinals in Delray Beach the last two years (Credit: CameraSport)The Delray Beach Open by The Venetian Las Vegas has received the Ofcial Entry List for its 2014 ATP World Tour event coming up Feb. 17-23 at the Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis Center. The event is in its 22nd year, and 16th in Delray Beach. The latest stars to join the 32-player eld included Top 30 players Feliciano Lopez of Spain and Vasek Pospisil of Canada, No. 2 American Sam Querrey, and former Delray Beach nalists Marinko Matosevic (2012) and Ivo Karlovic (2010). Overall, four Top 20 players and six of the worlds Top 30 will make up the Delray Beach eld. Singles stars who committed early to play include Top 20s Tommy Haas (No. 12), American John Isner (No. 14), Kei Nishikori (No. 17) and Kevin Anderson (No. 20) as well as 2012 world No. 8 Janko Tipsarevic, former world No. 1 Lleyton Hewitt, and former world Top 10s Marin Cilic and Marcos Baghdatis. Isner looks to move up in the rankings after winning his eighth career ATP title at the Heineken Open last week. Hewitt, the two-time Grand Slam champion, beat Roger Federer in the 2014 opening-week Brisbane nal. Hewitt (1999), Haas (2006), Nishikori (2008) and Anderson (2012) are all former Delray Beach champions, while Tipsarevic was the 2011 runner-up. The world No. 1 Bryan Brothers doubles team is going for its third Delray Beach doubles titles after winning titles in 2009 and 2010.LOPEZ, POSPISIL, MATOSEVIC, KARLOVIC, QUERREY PLAYING IN DELRAY BEACH OPENDelray Beach CRA issues RFQ for management of Arts WarehouseDELRAY BEACH, FL The Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency has announced a Request for Qualications (RFQ) to secure an operator for the management and operation of the Arts Warehouse located in Delrays Pineapple Grove Arts District. The CRA plans to convert the vacant 15,000 square foot warehouse, located at 313 NE 3rd Street, into a public arts and business incubator facility for the Delray Beach community. Proposed plans include creating studio space for local artists, galleries, classrooms for educational programming, and workspace for creative businesses by 2016. CRA encourages both private and non-prot organizations to apply. The deadline for proposals is March 4, 2014 at 2:00 pm. A pre-submittal meeting was recently held at the warehouse building. The complete RFQ is available at www.delraycra.org. Please note that with the exception of the pre-submittal meeting, questions about the RFQ must be submitted in writing to City of Delray Beach Purchasing Manager Patsy Nadal at firstname.lastname@example.org. For general information about the CRA and its initiatives, visit the CRA website or call the ofce at (561) 276-8640.Continued on page 10 Continued on page 3 Renewal is theme of 15th Annual Garlic Fest set for February 7-9Continued on page 3
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The Pineapple Newspaper www.PineappleNewspaper.com Feb ruary 2014 3 Organic. Cold Pressed. Pure Love. Juice & Smoothie Bar PROUDLY SERVING DELRAY BEACH COMMUNITY AS THE ONLY DEDICATED ORGANIC JUICE BAR community volunteers they represent. The Delray Beach Garlic Fest is a gathering that renews the communal spirit and it enriches the fabric of Delray Beach life. Renewal is the theme of the 15th Annual Delray Beach Garlic Fest. It reects the organizers commitment to bringing you something new and different each year in entertainment and to educate you in a fun way. A new presenting sponsor, Heneiken, joins the 15th edition of the Garlic Fest. A heartfelt thanks to Heineken for supporting the 15th Annual Delray Beach Garlic Fest and welcome to the Garlic Fest family. Back by popular demand is an old friend, Italian Rose, with their lineup of innovative garlic products. And from Naples, Florida, Jimmy Ps Butcher Shop is welcomed. Fans have called Jimmy Ps the best butcher shop in America! Over the past few years, The Garlic Fest has brought great music to South Florida! Seminal performances by Buddy Guy, G. Love & Special Sauce, The Wailers and Lifehouse in the last three years reect a commitment to great music. This year, Garlic Fest is proud to bring one of the most requested bands by Garlic Head fans on Friday, February 7, 2014, Collective Soul. With seven number one hits including Shine, The World I know and Precious Declaration, the band from Stockbridge, Georgia will rock this seaside town. Saturday, February 8 will feature a band that sold out three shows at Madison Square Garden and three shows at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in 30 minutes. Yet, they have never played Florida! The band is called Dispatch and is guaranteed to be a concert to remember! To quote Brad Corrigan, one of Dispatchs three singers and multi-instrumentalists,Weve been called the biggest band nobodys ever heard of. People either know everything about us or they know nothing. There never seems to be any middle ground. Listen to The General or Bang Bang online and you will be hooked! The renewal theme continues at Garlic Chef Stadium with the introduction of our food waste and hunger awareness program, Waste to Taste. Nearly 72 billion pounds of food are wasted in the United States each year. Waste to Taste seeks to raise public awareness of the potential to utilize food products wisely at home and to help eradicate hunger in the United States in our lifetimes. Reigning Garlic Chef Champion, local Chef Bruce Feingold of Dadas, is sharpening his knives and kitchen skills to repeat his amazing culinary performance of last year. While there will be many returning artists and crafters coming back to Garlic Fest, over 30 new vendors will bring a variety of food products, arts and crafts. Old friends like Kenny The Tin Man Hoff and Mike Syphrits Crushable Hats return while new artist Haiyan Wang, brings his Pop Art along with Doug Thomas and his 1000 Oaks Barrel Co. So Garlic Heads get ready to regale, rejoice, refresh and renew at the 15th Annual Delray Beach Garlic Fest Presented by Heineken on February 7-9, 2014. For more information, visit www.dbgarlicfest.com. GARLIC FEST continued from page 1assemble the property, which includes the existing Atlantic Plaza. In a joint venture with The Edwards Companies, Atlantic Crossing is on track to explore the areas potential, bringing jobs, new tax revenues and an a new mixed-use destination to Downtown Delray; considerations the commissioners who voted in favor of the project could not say no to. Don DeVere, Vice President of The Edwards Companies, said, The vision from the start was to give Atlantic Crossing a distinct sense of place, authentic to the character of Delray and woven seamlessly into the existing downtown. Every aspect has been designed to complement the eclectic charm, walkability, and city life thats evolved naturally in Downtown Delray, while adding some new dimensions to the experience. The convenience for those who live and work at Atlantic Crossing will include numerous transportation options including bike and car shares and shuttles, DeVere noted. Within Atlantic Crossing there will be a group of 6 restaurants and about 15 specialty shops. Weve had very strong interest from prospective restaurant, retail and ofce tenants, based on Delrays appeal and the uniqueness of this particular location. Our goal is to nd those that are the very best t for Delray, DeVere said. The nal plan for Atlantic Crossing, DeVere said, is the result of adopting many community suggestions and trips back to the drawing board. We recognize that redeveloping this site is a once-in-ageneration opportunity. Its a responsibility we dont take lightly. Well continue to work hard to see that Atlantic Crossing is a welcome addition to Delray. Says Commissioner Frankel, I believe Atlantic Crossing, when complete, will be a jewel for the entire city of Delray Beach. The improvements that this group is bringing to such a critical area will be nothing less than world class. In the economic climate that were in, these individuals are willing to spend $200 million; this group cant be thanked enough for the employment opportunities and overall improvements theyre bringing to our town. ATLANTIC CROSSING continued from page 1
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The Pineapple Newspaper www.PineappleNewspaper.com Feb ruary 2014 5 Spring Training Day Trip: ( St. Louis Cardinals vs. Boston Red Sox at Roger Dean Stadium ( March 5 Enjoy an All-American experience at a live pre-season spring training baseball game featuring the 2013 World Champions the St. Louis Cardinals versus the Boston Red Sox at Roger Dean Stadium. You may even get an autograph!!! Dress for the weather! *All seats are behind home plate and in the shade!* Concessions are available at the stadium for lunch and you will have a $10 food voucher to use while you are there. City Bus leaves from Veterans Park, 802 NE 1 Street, at 11:30 am to Roger Dean Stadium and will return at approximately 5:00 pm. Advanced reservations and payment only. Bus seating is limited. March 5, 2014 11:30 am 5:00 pm Cost: $50 Residents $60 Nonresidents (Includes admission, $10 food voucher, and City bus ride) For more information contact Samantha Roland, Recreation Supervisor II at (561) 243-7350 or by email at Roland@ mydelraybeach.com.City earns upgraded bond rating for utilities tax revenue bondsThe City of Delray Beach has recently been notied that its rating for Utilities Tax Revenue Bonds Series 2002 and Series 2007 has been upgraded to Aa3 from an A1 rating by Moodys Investors Service. This upgrade indicates strong debt service coverage, stable tax base and healthy liquidity and reserves. The bonds, currently outstanding in the combined amount of $25.8 million, are secured by a priority lien on the pledged revenues, which consist of the local communications services tax (CST) and the municipal public service tax (PST) imposed on purchases of electricity and gas (natural, manufactured and liqueed petroleum gas) within the City. Higher bond ratings signify that the City is nancially sound and result in lower interest costs for future borrowings. In addition, bond buyers will feel that the risk of loss is minimized and are willing to accept a lower interest rate return. To view Moodys Investors Service Report, visit www.mydelraybeach.com and select Finance under Departments. Click on Treasury and select Utilities Tax Revenue Bonds Rating Upgrade under Debt Ratings. For more information, contact the Public Information Ofce at (561) 243-7190. Fantastic Foursome to participate in Beth Daniel Golf Clinic February 1 at Delray Beach Golf Club pineapple slices Congratulations are in order for the Delray Beach Elks Lodge #1770! Thanks to PSP Bob Shells vision, his time and his work, the street designation (pictured above) was all brought to fruition! Elks Club members have been supporting our community, our state and our country for over 64 years. They are an integral and vital asset to all segments of Delray Beachs diverse community and a worthy honoree of this street designation! The Elks Club also sends a special Thank You to the City of Delray Beach. Elks Club says thanks!DELRAY BEACH, FL The 2014 Beth Daniel Golf Clinic will be held on Saturday, February 1, 2014, 11:00 am, at the Delray Beach Golf Club (DBGC), 2200 Highland Avenue. The clinic will feature a Fantastic Foursome of women professionals including World Golf Hall of Fame member Beth Daniel, 2013 Solheim Captain Meg Mallon, 2014 LPGA Q School winner Jaye Marie Green and 2013 Big Break star Stefanie Kenoyer. The clinic is free and open to the public. For 23 years, Daniel has assembled professional friends and colleagues to present this clinic in cooperation with JCD Sports Group, Inc., managers of the Citys DBGC Municipal course. Coordinating this event is Sandra Eriksson, former director of golf and current seasonal LPGA teaching professional at DBGC. This is arguably one of the absolute best combinations of players weve ever had at this event, comments Eriksson. The event will be mcd by Annette Thompson, BallenIsles Country Club LPGA Master Teaching Professional. The Fantastic Foursome are South Florida residents and their respective professional careers range from Daniels Rookie of the Year title in 1979 to Greens record setting 29 under par score at the LPGA Qualifying Tournament this past December. All four have experience as USGA Womens Open participants and Mallon owns the 2004 U.S. Womens Open title. Bleacher seating is limited so arrive early. For more information, contact Sandra Eriksson at (561) 704-6964 or call DBGC at (561) 243-7380. Note: During the event, donations will be accepted with proceeds beneting Breast Cancer Research. Beth Daniel Meg Mallon Jaye Marie Green Stefanie KenoyerParking Lot Flea Market hosted by Pompey Park Senior ClubJoin the Pompey Park Senior Club at Pompey Park, 1101 NW 2nd Street, Delray Beach on February 8, from 7:00 am until 1:00 pm to sell your unwanted treasures or to buy previously loved treasures for yourself. The cost to rent table space is $10 and includes one table and one chair. Proceeds from the rental benet the Pompey Park Senior Club Program. You keep any prot from your sales. If you are there to treasure hunt admission is free. The outdoor ea market will be held in the West Parking Lot at Pompey Park Recreation Center. For more information or to purchase table space, please contact Verna Pinder, at (561) 243-7356 or by email at pinder@ mydelraybeach.com Green Cay Farms Thomas Produce Alderman Organic Farms Volker Farms Hornbuckle Farms Farriss Farm Thai Fusion Cooking Independent Seafood Capt Red Beard Hot Sauces The Orchid Doctor Anitas Guacamole Organic Juice Booth Bistro Blends Olive Oils & Balsamic Vinegars Amazing Creations Florist Serenity Flows Soaps Italian Cheeses Cottage Garden Teas Pasta Amore Raviolis Paellas de Espana LipSMAKin Good Honey Tweedle Organic Dog Treats Finn-Atic Fish Company Stone Crabs Little Chunks of Love Old School Bread Co. Juice King La Petite Pain Bakery Katie Kakes-Gluten Free Inika Vegan Foods Pascales Jams & Jellies Arrowhead Beef Organic Raw Nut Butters Fun with Food-Gluten Free Dr. Pickle Taste of Africa Teas and Spices Thoroughly Modern Mufns Budding Artists Kids Booth Empanadas LAutret French Bakery Taste of Spain Live Music and more... email@example.com www.delraygreenmarket.com 17th Annual Chili Cook-OffSat. Feb. 22nd 10am-12pmAwards 12:30pm Catagories: New Age Traditional Vegetarian Enter Today! 276-7511 Shop with More Than 60 Vendors!
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Entire contents of this publication is copyright 2014 The Delray Beach Pineapple, LLC. all rights reserved and may not be reproduced in any manner, in whole or in part, without written permission from the publisher. The Pineappledelray beach newspaper For only $99 your ad can be in over 10,000 papers, online and featured in The Pineapple app. Contact Kylee today to get your ad in our next issue. 561.542.3838 kylee@ pineapplenewspaper.com INTRODUCING THE PINEAPPLES NEW BUSINESS CARD SIZE ADBy Priscilla Speicher Special to The PineappleWith Valentines Day comes thoughts of romance. Hearts, Cupid, sweet nothings, and true love. Some may shrug it off as an unimportant holiday. But for the romantics out there, its a chance to shine! And if youre not so romantic, well, its a chance to really impress your signicant other by surprising them and doing something romantic. This is a holiday that allows you to step out of character, and be Romeo or Juliet. Just how do you do that? Well, here are some suggestions, sure to make your lovers heart utter. Wear your partners favorite scent! Find out her favorite cologne or his favorite perfume, and BAM! Favorite colors are a turn-on, too. Wear the color that your signicant other likes best on Valentines Day. Candle up! Thats right. We mean lots of candles. Lighting one candle at dinner isnt exactly a big romantic endeavor. But lling a room with candles will get their attention (and stimulate their senses). Add rose petals for an even more romantic touch. (Rose petals sprinkled on the bed, yes. Rose petals oating in the bath you drew for your matePriceless!) You know whats coming next, right? Of course. Food. Its true the way to a mans heart is often through his stomach. But women love delicious food, too. Cook, bake, or purchase their favorite dish or treat. Find where to get the best of that item (unless youre condent in your own culinary abilities). End with just a piece of good chocolate, strategically placed on a bed pillow or underneath his or her napkin. Watch a romantic movie. If one of you isnt up for that, read a sexy or love-lled poem out loud. The Internet is full of romantic and erotic poetry. Be bold = read one in the dark! This one is a winner, and we promise that if you do it, youll score big points. Ready? So you suggest a beach walk. But your signicant other waits in the car or on a bench while you take a call, or run to get something. Draw two hearts in the sand with your initials in them. Then walk them out to the drawing. Awwww. Now, lets talk about Delray Beach. You know, in America, we stretch our holidays out. So you dont have to go out on Feb. 14th. The 13th or 15th are good, too. Restaurants will be less crowded, and appreciate your business on an off night. Delray Beach can proudly boast of its wide array of great eateries. And there are many that we could rave about here. But this article is about romance, so well list the best local spots to get romantic with your boyfriend, girlfriend, lover or spouse. Sundy House is undoubtedly one of the most romantic spots in South Florida. Dining under the trees, out in the foliage, with the waterfalls beside youperfect. You dont have to have dinner. Do lunch. Or, if theyre not crowded, you can sit outside and just enjoy a drink and an appetizer, or just dessert. Or just stroll the gardens (take a romantic, slow walk around they dont mind!) and then just visit the bar. PS many people dont realize it, but this is also a hotel, so you could do a romantic stay! The food of loveItalian food. Rockys Italian Bistro is romantic because its small and quaint, the food is romantic (and delicious) and the setting is intimate. Boheme Bistro is also a romantic gem. Charming, small, and friendly. Sit inside or out. Josephs Wine Bar in Pineapple Grove also romantic. (Italian food). Indoor and outdoor seating. Sitting at a table for two and gazing at the ocean sounds romantic, doesnt it? Try this at 50 Ocean, above Bostons, and enjoy a ne bottle of wine while youre at it. Of course there are other romantic outings besides dinner at a restaurant. Delray has some ideal spots for stirring up love! Consider an overnight stay at Cranes Beach House. Secluded patios and tropical suites make this a cozy spot for an intimate weekend. What about a romantic cruise on the Intracoastal? Escape aboard the lovely Lady Atlantic, docked at Veterans Park. Speaking of that park, heres an inexpensive romantic idea. Slip a small bottle of wine and some cheese and crackers into a tote and stroll through the park down to the waterfront benches. Watch the boats go by, watch the moon rise, and reminisce about something you did together. Another idea: couples massages at one of our many local spas and salons. Last but not least, one of our greatest assets, and an icon of romance, is the sea. Surprise him or her with an impromptu beach picnic. Sunset, even better. Pop into the Wine Wave wine and spirits shop on East Atlantic Ave and pick up your favorite beverage and some cheese. Pull a blanket out of your car and walk down to the sand. Enjoy! Happy, Happy Valentines Day, one and all! Valentines Day for Singles If youre single, Valentines Day can be a holiday you simply dont care about. Maybe it even makes you a bit sad, as it is a couples day. Well, consider 2014 as the year you celebrate Valentines Day as a single person. YES, you CAN do that. And heres how! Go and get yourself your favorite dish, entre, snack or dessert. Indulge yourself. Curl up in your favorite spot at home and pull out a notepad and pen. Now, write down the things you love about yourself. Or, the things you love about your home, or Delray, your pet, or your best friend. Youll feel good just from making this list! Contemplate a way that you can spread love for Valentines. What can you do to show love to somebody you know, or complete strangers, thus sharing the emotion that IS Valentines Day Love. Then do it. Dont you feel great after a bubble bath? So take one. And as Calgon says let it take you away! Plan a trip! Yes, just the planning of a getaway, purchasing that airfare or selecting a hotel online, can release those good-mood chemicals! Make a homemade Valentine and give it to your favorite coworker or friend. Or maybe someone you know who isnt getting any Valentines. Heck, make a few and give them out to those you truly care about. Shock a family member and send them one! Make a Valentines Day Resolution! Hey, its a second chance if you messed up on your New Years one. ;) Go out to Happy Hour. Yes, Valentines Day means couples out to dinner. But lounges, sports bars, pubs and many places all have happy hour prices on food and drink, and happy hour is for everyone! So you CAN go out on Valentines Day evening. The bartenders at the non romantic places appreciate your business. Just enjoy yourself! You should never feel like its so obvious Im alone because Im out on Valentines by myself. Instead, think Im celebrating myself! Or, have a single friend join you. Get great photos taken of yourselfby a friend, a studio, or a photographer. Valentines is a great time to get your hair done, look your best, and get good pics taken. Post that hot new prole picture on Feb. 15th! You get the idea, single friends! Dont ever let Valentines Day get you down. Love, for all creatures great and small, and all mankind, is a beautiful thing, and always worth celebrating, wherever we are. Creating Romance in Delray Beach Valentine's Day Fresh Strawberry Cheesecake. Gluten Free Available. Delivered anywhere in Delray and Boca Raton or pick up. 19.95 plus tax 19.95 plus tax FLA VORTHE OLIVE TASTE OF DELRAY RECIPE OF THE MONTH Strawberry & Dark Chocolate Balsamic Vinegar Salad Serves 4 8 Cups mixed salad greens 4 oz honey-infused chevre (goat cheese) 2 oz. toasted slivered almonds 4 Tablespoons OTD Dark Chocolate Balsamic Vinegar 1 Cup Strawberries, sliced 4 Tablespoons OTD Arbequina extra virgin olive oil Pinch Kosher Salt Directions: Divide the salad greens between 4 plates; top with the strawberries, almonds and cheese. Whisk together the olive oil, balsamic vinegar and salt in a small bowl until well combined. Drizzle over salad and serve. www.theolivetasteofdelray.com
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10 February 2014 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Pineapple Newspaper By David DiPino The Pineapple Contributing Writer As medical director of a pro tennis tournament, Dr. Jonathan Hersch expects to treat more than just the annoying tennis elbow. With tennis being played at a higher intensity, Dr. Hersch, an orthopaedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist at Tenet Florida Physician Services (TFPS) in Boca Raton, said he is seeing a lot of tennis players with overuse injuries. Dr. Hersch is on-staff at West Boca Medical Center and will begin his ninth year as medical director of The Delray Beach Open by The Venetian Las Vegas, February 14-23 at the Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis Center, 201 W. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach. With the worlds top-pro tennis players competing for over $1 million in prize money on the stadiums hard-court Plexiplave playing surface, Dr. Hersch anticipates he will be treating a wide array of sports injuries, but also some of the common ailments that follow pro tennis players around the globe. As medical director I work closely with the physiotherapist from the ATP staff on everything from ankle sprains, broken and dislocated ngers, dehydration, players coming down with the common cold or the u, said Dr. Hersch. I think we are seeing a lot of overuse injuries due to the higher intensity of the game. Pro tennis players bodies break down due to the rigors of being on a pro-tennis tour. Sometimes these players cant get enough rest and their bodies never get the chance to fully recover. Dr. Hersch works hard to keep those injuries and ailments from turning too serious, which could result in an early tournament exit, resulting in lost prize money or ATP ranking. We have had players too ill to continue. Players withdraw from a tournament due to injury or medical reasons, Dr. Hersch said. Dr. Hersch works closely with the pro players trainers, their physical therapists, and a physiotherapist on-staff with the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) on-site at the tournament. According to Delray Beach Open tournament chairman, Ivan Baron, a former ATP tennis player, a physician has to be on-site during tournament play. ATP rules state we must have a doctor onsite during all match play. Dr. Hersch works closely with the ATP physiotherapist and then if the player needs hospital care, tests, or medication, Dr. Hersch is our on-site medical director to provide the type of individual medical care each player needs, said Baron. Im on-site during the tournament and were in constant contact over walkie-talkie. When a player is injured or has a medical issue I come over and evaluate the player. Then, I give a short-term or long-term diagnosis. I work with the staff on-site and through the ATP have access to the players current online medical records that are constantly updated to make an evaluation for treatment and care, Dr. Hersch said. Dr. Hersch, a tennis acionado, began his career towards a medical directorship when he began medical consulting with the United States Tennis Association (USTA) and the Chris Evert Tennis Academy. Dr. David Dines, the medical director for the ATP Tour is Dr. Herschs mentor. Dr. Hersch, a Parkland resident, began his medical directorship at a Sunrise Challenger ATP event over a decade ago. I have been practicing orthopaedics for over 12 years. With expertise in sports medicine and arthroscopic surgery, I have been getting athletes (professional and amateur), and weekend warriors back in their game. Along with a team of highly skilled therapists in the community I am dedicated to restoring people back to their good health. I am a compassionate listener and will individualize treatments to each patient as they are all unique, said Dr. Hersch. Dr. Hersch is a board-certied orthopaedic surgeon and team physician for professional and junior athletes. He has been practicing sports medicine since 2000, and has a strong focus on helping athletes of all levels get back on track competing once again at their prior peak performance. Dr. Herschs Tenet Florida Physician Services practice is located at 6893 SW 18th St., Ste. F-101 in Boca Raton. For more information on Dr. Jonathan Hersch visit: www.drjonathanhersch.com or call Dr. Herschs ofce at 561-417-3339.Dr. Jonathan Hersch (center), an orthopaedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist with Tenet Florida Physician Services in Boca Raton and on-staff at West Boca Medical Center, is back for his ninth consecutive year as medical director of The Delray Beach Open by The Venetian Las Vegas ATP 250 Pro Tennis Tournament in Delray Beach. Pictured are from left: ATP pro tennis player Mardy Fish, winner of the 2009 Delray Beach International Tennis Championships (ITC), Dr. Jonathan Hersch, medical director of The Delray Beach Open and ATP 250 pro tennis player Juan Del Potro, winner of the 2011 ITC.Medical Director of The Delray Beach Open, takes cares of overuse injuries ailing tennis pros Two singles wild cards remain for tournament director Mark Baron, and the top four players in the Delray Beach Open by The Venetian qualifying tournament also receive direct entries into the tournament. Two special exemptions are also held by the ATP to round out the 32-player draw. Tickets to the 17-session event, which includes an ATP Champions Tour event starring Andy Roddick and Goran Ivanisevic (Feb. 1416) in a USA vs International team format, range in price from $30 $60 for reserved seats and $65 $85 for box seats. ON-court Best Seats in the House as well as covered Stadium Veranda seating are also available.2014 SPECIAL OFFERS & EVENTS VALENTINES DINNER PARTY. Fri. Feb. 14, 6pm: Bring your loved one to an evening of ne dining and superior tennis Event to include Gourmet Cuisine, Full Open Bar, Delicious Dessert, Premier parking, and Stadium Court Box seats for the evenings ATP Champions Tour matches. $99pp LEGENDS CLINIC featuring Andy Roddick, Goran Ivanisevic & Mats Wilander. Sun. Feb.16, 10am: Want to be coached by the best of the best? Sign up for this exclusive and extremely limited clinic taught by ALL 6 ATP CHAMPIONS TOUR PLAYERS! Participants also receive Box seat for the days matches, Premier Parking, Lunch in the Players Lounge, Gift bag, and Professional Photos. Limited availability. $750pp. USTA KIDZ DAY. Mon. Feb.17, 10:30am: Since the kids are off for Presidents Day, treat them to a day of fun-lled tennis activities! Event is FREE for kids 12 & under, but you must RSVP to Janet Sprague (USTA) at Sprague@orida.usta.com or 561-385-7399. On-court activities will include 78, 60, and 36 tennis games. Off-court activities will include arts & crafts, face painting, door prizes and more! BRYAN BROS CLINIC. Sold Out! Mon. Feb.17, 4pm: Delray Beach is serving up a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to learn from the most successful doubles of all time the World #1 Bryan Brothers! $600pp USTA MEMBER APPRECIATION RECEPTION & TICKET DISCOUNT. Mon. Feb.17, 1 2:30pm: Present your membership card to enjoy a complimentary lunch, drinks and gifts while hanging out alongside ATP pros. A valid ticket for that session is necessary to enter the tournament grounds. Fri. Feb.14 Fri. Feb.21: USTA Members can receive 20% Off Box or Reserved Tickets (sessions 1-14). Offer expires Dec.31, 2013. VIP SPONSORS RECEPTION. Tue. Feb. 18, 6:30pm: Its time to party and kick off the event in styleExclusive to Marquee Sponsors, evening to include ne cuisine catered by Gourmet Expressions, Wine Tasting, Full Open Bar, Live Entertainment, and ATP player appearances. Rumor has it; some players might even play a few tunes! Please call for sponsorship information. DOUBLES CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS presented by New Balance. Tue. Feb.18, 4pm: Mens & Womens 4.0 teams compete in a one-of-a-kind round robin event. Teams receive: 2 Reserved tickets to the evening matches & Two Ofcial Tournament T-shirts. $120 per team. LADIES DAY LUNCHEONS presented by Altier Jewelers. Wed. Feb.19 & Thurs. Feb.20: Spend the day with your gal pals Start with a fabulous luncheon (11am-12:30pm) in the Hospitality Pavilion, which includes a delectable menu, wine, gift bag, rafe, & ATP pro player appearances. Then, head over to Stadium Court for the days matches. Buy early! Sold out in 2013! $63 $78pp. BOX HOLDERS SERIES RECEPTION sponsored by Tilson PR, Unique Travel of Palm Beach, Regent Seven Seas Cruises & Altier Jewelers. Wed. Feb.19, 5:30-7pm: One of the highlights to Delray Beachs social scene, this exclusive event is for Delray Beach elite week-long series ticket holders. Complimentary beer & wine, player appearances, and tasty food provided by local restaurant favorites: City Oyster, Ziree Thai, Shake Shack & Gourmet Expressions. SENIOR DAYS sponsored by the Delray Medical Center & National Pain Institute. Wed. Feb.19 & Thurs. Feb.20 Day Sessions only: For our friends, our seniors, BUY 1 Reserved or Box seat, get 1 FREE. (55+). DELRAY BEACH OPEN continued from page 1Qualifying Tournament Sat. Feb.15 Mon. Feb.17. Not to be missed! Featuring tomorrows headline players in erce competition for entry into the main draw. Only 4 of 32 survive. Hawkeye presented by The Venetian Las Vegas The event will be televised nationally on Tennis Channel and internationally in over 100 countries. The Hawkeye Instant Reply System will be featured on Stadium Court throughout the week. LIVE Music Stage presented by ADT Enjoy the areas hottest bands as they heat up the Main Stage located in the Courtyard Plaza. Performances can be enjoyed before & after all matches, day/evening & both weekends. VolleyGirls! Keep your eyes and ears peeled for the most memorable residents of Delray Beach, the VolleyGirls promo squad found at all parties, social functions and autograph sessions. Marks Too On-site Restaurant Fans looking for a delectable-deli-dining experience? Enjoy tableside service at our on-site restaurant... Credit cards accepted. Beach Bar & Drop Shots On-site Bars There are sh stories and there are tennis stories tell them collectively at the Delray Beach Bar featuring beer, wine, & mixed drinks AND at Drop Shots, featuring a selection of frozen drinks. Exhibitors When strolling the grounds of the event, visit the many exhibit booths set up for your exploration: Accelerated Business Solutions, City of Delray Beach/CRA, IBERIABANK, New Balance, Champion Porsche, Regent Seven Seas Cruises-Unique Travel of Palm Beach, USTA, Venetian Las Vegas, etc. Food Court All-American classics, savory sandwiches, the nest pizza pie, scrumptious salads, Paninis & more the Food Court offers a dining option for everyone. Quick Snacks Need a tasty treat? Stop by one of the many snack and beverage stands located on-site. Peanuts, pretzels, popcorn, beer, ice cream, lemonade, and more all guaranteed to make you say yummm. VIP Clubhouse Lounge hosted by Potions in MotionCourtside Box, Best, & Veranda weeklong Series Holders will have an exclusive place to relax during the tournament. Located upstairs in the Clubhouse, guests will enjoy couches, TV with live match feed, choice dining options, and Buy 1, Get 1 Free beer & wine. Lets Woo! Lounge Meet the brains behind the beauty and interpretation of the 2014 Delray Beach Open by the Venetian brand and ad campaign. Local agency, Futuristic Woo, was tasked with delivering the tournaments message form Delray Beach to the world See what THE WOO can do for you. Stop by their Stadium Sky Lounge throughout the week for a beer, to talk shop and look at pretty things on their computer. The Merch Store From jackets to tote bags, the Ofcial Souvenir Shop is here for your shopping pleasure. Choose from souvenir pins, visors, sweats & tees, and everything else in between. Credit cards accepted. Ofcial Souvenir Programs & Draw Sheets Help benet the National Junior Tennis League (NJTL) by purchasing an Ofcial Souvenir Program & daily draw sheets. Fast-Serve Challenge beneting Delray Beach Tennis Center Program Can serve like the pros? Heres your chance to prove it by visiting the Fast-Serve Challenge for Charity. Competition is by age group and gender, so see how you stack up against your peers and the pros while serving it up for untold riches! Anytime Voucher Cant decide which day to attend? Waiting for a particular player? Want to give the perfect gift to a tennis fan? Then the Voucher is just right for you! ANYTIME VOUCHERS may be purchased & redeemed for individual tickets to ANY session Friday, Feb. 14th Sunday, Feb. 23rd (Sessions 1-17). Call 561.330.6000 for details.BEYOND THE LINES 2014 ATTRACTIONS ON-SITE Andy Roddick is playing his rsts ATP Champions Tour event in Delray Beach (Credit: CameraSport)
The Pineapple Newspaper www.PineappleNewspaper.com Feb ruary 2014 11 TAO The South Florida Center for Jewish Renewal is coming to Delray BeachAre you looking for a new spiritual home? Are you looking for a place to really connect with community and your soul? Temple Adath Or (TAO) The South Florida Center for Jewish Renewal will be holding Friday and Saturday night services, as well as Wisdom classes, Spirituality Groups and more, at the Duncan Center in Delray Beach, once per month beginning in January 2014. TAO will continue to meet at ArtServe in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on the 1st & 3rd Friday & 4th Saturday of the month as well. Rabbi Marc Labowitz recently met with a group of interested community members from Delray Beach, Boca Raton and Boynton Beach to discuss bringing TAO to Palm Beach County. Rabbi Marc brings his passionate expression of Judaism and his strong sense of social justice to the TAO North community. His deepest spiritual practice is to foster a world in which freedom, acceptance and love are the essence of all paths. Temple Adath Or (TAO Together As One,) is the largest Jewish Renewal community in the Southeast. It has been called the singing & dancing shul. It is a place where people can nd joy, meaning and depth through the universal truths rooted in Torah, Kabbalah and other traditional Jewish sources. Meditation, dance, chanting, song and music present in Judaism throughout the ages is an integral part of all of the services at TAO. Now, TAO is available to serve those in Palm Beach County who are looking for this spiritual connection too. See why folks say that coming to TAO is like coming home! Join on Friday, January 24, 2014 at 7:00pm at the Duncan Center, located at 15820 S. Military Trail in Delray Beach, FL 33484 for our rst joyful service and become part of the community. Other scheduled TAO North events are: Saturday February 15 @ 7:00pm Friday March 14 @ 7:00pm Saturday April 5th @ 7:00pm Saturday May 10th @ 7:00pm For further information call 954-888-1408 or visit our website at www.TAOcenter.net.Karl Van Richards is new Music Director for Unity of Delray BeachNot long ago, Unity of Delray Beach rst heard the beautiful melodies played by its new music director, Karl Van Richards. As a pianist, Van Richards made his orchestral debut at age 17 playing the Grieg Piano Concerto in A minor, having won the Victoria M. Grifth Concerto competition. Since then, he has appeared as a soloist, collaborative and orchestral performances in his native Jamaica, The Bahamas, Puerto Rico, The Cayman Islands, Austria, Slovakia and the Czech Republic. He has played in local orchestras in Florida, including The Greater Palm Beach Philharmonia, The Coral Gables Symphony, The Boca Sinfonia and The Klezmer Company Orchestra. He has served as staff accompanist for the University of Miami Opera, The Ebony Chorale of the Palm Beaches and The Young Singers of The Palm Beaches. Van Richards has received Certicates of Distinction from the Royal Schools of Music, London, England. He holds a bachelors degree from the University of Miami where he studied with Ivan Davis, and in his undergraduate years he received full music scholarships including the WTMI Radio Music Scholarship and the Provost Award for study in Salzburg, Austria. He also holds a masters degree in Piano Performance from Lynn University in Boca Raton under the direction of Dr. Roberta Rust where at graduation he was bestowed the Most Outstanding Performers Award. He has performed on master-class recitals of notable pianist-performers including: John Perry (University of Southern California) Rebecca Penneys (Eastman School of Music) Howard Aibel (Juilliard School) Nicola Frisardi (Mozarteum) and George Kern (Mozarteum) Devoted to full-time ministry, he is an ordained minister in the Methodist Church in addition to his role as music director here.The Jewish Recovery Center announces plans for third annual Retreat and ShabbatonBOCA RATON, FL The Jewish Recovery Center has announced plans for a third annual Retreat and Shabbaton weekend on February 7-9, 2014. To be held again at the Boca Raton Marriott, located at 5150 Town Center Circle in Boca Raton, the weekend-long celebration is expected to generate continued interest and excitement, as attendance has grown each year. Sponsored by Caron Renaissance, the retreat offers Jews in recovery an opportunity to connect with other Jews in fellowship and camaraderie. It has been a sincere pleasure to continue our relationship with the Jewish Recovery Center as a sponsor of this event, said Sid Goodman, executive director for Caron Renaissance, sponsor for the third consecutive year. The Jewish community faces unique challenges in recovery, and we value spiritual healing as part of the overall recovery process. Retreats such as this one are such a critical component to continued sobriety by offering the Jewish community an opportunity to connect in an uplifting environment. An incredible lineup of world-renowned speakers and lecturers highlights a weekend lled with workshops, meditation groups, recovery meetings, family support groups, and Jewish Spirituality classes. Inspirational keynote speakers include Rabbi Abraham Twerski, MD, Rabbi Shais Taub, Rabbi Dov Greenberg, Rabbi Meir Kessler, Lewis J. Abrams, Arnie Wexler and Sheila Wexler. The Jewish Recovery Center was founded to address addiction treatment in the context of Judaism, said Rabbi Meir Kessler, founder and executive director of the Jewish Recovery Center. Jews in particular often struggle with the stigma long associated with substance abuse. Addiction is a disease and recovery is something that should be celebrated. We are thrilled to be able to offer a platform for continued encouragement and mutual support. Currently, we are nalizing plans for the third annual event, which has seen an increase in interest and attendance since its inception. Costs for the retreat weekend are $299 per person, which includes activities and all meals. Special hotel accommodations are available at the Boca Raton Marriott for Friday, February 7th and Saturday, February 8th. For more information, or to register for the retreat, please visit www.JewishRecoveryCenter.com. faith Rabbi Marc Labowitz A magical Valentine gratitude tour for grownupsJoin the Duchess of Doodle, writer/ artist Karen Jean Leventhal, for a Gifts of Gratitude Funshop Celebration on Saturday, February 8th from 11 am to 1:30 pm at Unity of Delray Beach in the Mary Kupferle Fellowship Hall. Bring along your personal choices of arts and crafts supplies with you, such as paper, wrapping paper, pencils, shoe boxes, cartons, baskets, bows, tote bags, card stock, fabric scraps, buttons, beads, sequins, glitter, tape, scissors, markers, crayons, and even hats and aprons to create your own Magical Gratitude Vessel. This is something your imagination will create to attach your own special afrmations to. This symbolic container will be a daily reminder that abundance is there for everyone, and that we all have wondrous and magical good to be thankful for. Gratitude Goodies and Gumdrops Galore will be served. This is an event for grownups who are children at heart. Reservations a must: For more information call 561-276-5796 by 4 p.m. Tuesday, February 4.
12 February 2014 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Pineapple NewspaperUKULELE GET-TOGETHERS EXTENDED AT THE DELRAY BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARYThe Delray Beach Public Library has decided to extend the popular Ukulele GetTogether program on Tuesday evenings from 6:00 7:30 p.m. through the month of April. Everyone had such a good time strumming and singing with other ukulele lovers, that the Library has decided to schedule two sessions per month. Join us at the Ukulele GetTogether on the following dates: Ukulele Get-Together Tuesdays @ 6:00 p.m. February 11 & 25 March 11 & 25 April 8 & 22 Registration is required. Please call Tavit at 561-665-1718 or e-mail him at tavitandlynn@ gmail.com to reserve your spot! These programs are free and open to the public. For further information on the many programs at the Delray Beach Public Library, please visit our website at www.delraylibrary. org or call the Director of Community Relations at 561-266-9490. FREE RESUME COACHINGFormer Executive Recruiter and Technical Writer Merrill Rutman, Library Volunteer, will be offering free private, 30 minute resume coaching sessions through March 29th, 2014. They will be held in the Librarys Empowerment Zone (E-Zone) on the second oor. The sessions are on Thursdays from 1:00 4:30 p.m. on a reservations only basis. A Delray Beach Public Library card is required. Mr. Rutman will offer help with resume creation and format, advice, and planning. These sessions are free and open to the public. For more information and reservations, visit the Librarys Reference Desk, or call 561266-0196 or e-mail delraybeachpubliclibrary@ gmail.com.FREE FCAT TUTORINGFor the fourth year, the Teen Advisory Board (TAB@DBPL) at the Delray Beach Public Library will be offering FREE FCAT TUTORING for all children in Grades 3, 4 & 5. The February schedule is as follows: February 2014 Monday, February 3, 10, 24 FCAT Tutoring 4:00-6:00pm 1st Floor Small Auditorium Monday, February 17 Presidents Day Library Closed NO FCAT Tutoring. Wednesday, February 5, 12, 19, 26 FCAT Tutoring 4:00-6:00pm 1st Floor Small Auditorium Saturday, February 1, 8, 15, 22 FCAT Tutoring 1:00-4:00pm 1st Floor Small Auditorium For further information on the TAB@ DBPL and the many Young Adult programs at the Delray Beach Public Library, please visit our website at www.delraylibrary.org or call Reference, Young Adult Librarian & TAB Advisor Loanis Menendez-Cuesta @ 561-819-6299 or e-mail her at loanis. firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.MUSICAL MATINEE WITH PAUL BATITSKYMusical Matinee #2 Sunday, February 2, 2014 @ 2:00 p.m. Paul Batitsky, worldclass, Ukrainian born pianist, joins the Sunday Musical Matinee Series with his extraordinary talent. Playing jazz from ragtime to swing, American standards and music from Greece and Israel with perfect pitch, this will be a concert you will not soon forget. For further information on the many programs at the Delray Beach Public Library, please visit www.delraylibrary. org or call 561-266-9490. Please like the library on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ DelrayBeachPublicLibrary. at the library Bootsie will help children learn at the Delray Beach Public LibraryThe Delray Beach Public Library, 100 West Atlantic Avenue, is pleased to announce an exciting new program in the Childrens Department beginning on Saturday, February 2, 2014 @ 2:00pm. It is called The Pawsitive Reading Program and will feature Bootsie, a Therapy Dog trained and owned by Evan Kotler, a Childrens Department employee. This program will allow children who may need extra help in reading and interpersonal communication, to read to Bootsie in a comfortable, non-judgmental environment. Even though the children believe they are teaching the dog to read, in fact, with Bootsie as a comfortable, attentive audience, they are actually teaching themselves to read. A child who may be hesitant to read aloud to his peers will be less stressed when reading to a dog and the dog never judges the childs reading ability. For further information on this exciting new program please contact the Childrens Department at 561-266-0197. Registration is required and a sign-up sheet is located at the Childrens Desk at the Library.Delray Beach selected as 2013 Pacesetter: City recognized for community effort to promote early readingThe City of Delray Beach campaign to improve reading prociency among its youngest students has been recognized as a 2013 Community Pacesetter by the Campaign for Grade Level Reading, an honor that reects the energy, mobilization and creativity that the local community has brought to this important work. We are honored to receive a Pacesetter Award from the National Campaign for Grade Level Reading and be recognized for mobilizing our City in addressing 3rd grade reading prociency, said Mayor Cary Glickstein. Our City understands greater economic development requires world class schools and educational opportunities. Our Campaign for Grade Level Reading is part of a strategic foundation to implement successful educational initiatives for all of our schools. Delray Beach launched its Campaign for Grade Level Reading, making it one of the 140 communities working with the GLR Campaign, a nationwide movement of local leaders, states, nonprots, and foundations putting a stake in the ground on third-grade reading. The communities are adopting a collective impact strategy, engaging the full community around the goal of supporting low-income children from birth through third grade. Acknowledging that schools alone cannot address all the challenges that keep children from learning to read, Delray Beach created a mobilization team including many businesses and non-prots such as: the City of Delray Beach, Children Services Council, Delray Beach Center for the Arts at Old School Square, Delray Beach Public Library, AmTrust Bank, The School District of Palm Beach County, Palm Beach County Literacy Coalition, Prime Time Palm Beach County, Palm Beach County Human Services Division, and The Achievement Center for Children and Families. Collaboratively, this team helped Delray Beach accomplish an assortment of successes to ensure that children arrive at kindergarten ready to succeed, attend school regularly and keep learning through the summer months. Some highlights include: the infusion of summer academics in 5 summer camps that service low income children and distribution of books to over 500 children that attend Pine Grove and Orchard View Elementary Schools to stem summer learning loss. A citywide attendance program was launched this year under the direction of the Mayor to decrease the number of children that are chronically absent and tardy to school. The City is preparing more low-income children to be ready for kindergarten by expanding opportunities for children to attend Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten programs, quality child care facilities, and pre-natal programs. The City also recognizes that making inroads to improve third grade reading requires a communitywide effort and created Delray Reads Day, an annual event where 260 volunteers read to children in every public elementary classroom in the City. We are impressed and inspired by what Delray Beach has accomplished so far, said Ralph Smith, managing director of the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading and a senior vice president at the Annie E. Casey Foundation. With its commitment, resourcefulness and collaborative spirit, Delray Beach truly is setting the pace and providing a model for communities across the nation who are seeking to give more children from low-income families a chance at a brighter future. Delray Beach is proud to have been named one of the 32 nalists for the 2012 All-America City Award for their Campaign for Grade Level Reading Community Solutions Plan that has helped to mobilize the community and they have received both local, state and nationwide recognition for their efforts. About Delray Beachs Campaign for Grade Level Reading Part of a national call to action from the National Civic League in 2011, Delray Beachs Campaign for Grade Level Reading is a community-wide effort led by the City of Delray Beach to increase third-grade reading scores by 50 percent by the year 2020. This program resulted in the City being named as a nalist for the National Civic League (NCL) 2012 All-America City award, a prestigious award that the City has been honored to earn two previous times 1993 and 2001. Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach Countys Collegiate Challenge Over the last ten years, Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County has hosted the Collegiate Challenge, a year-round alternative break program for thousands of high school and college students, as well as youth from church groups and other community organizations. This week, fteen Canadian college students from McGill and Concordia Universities, who are also members of Montrals Jack Reitman Hillel House, which advances awareness and understanding of Jewish culture and values, arrived in Florida to spend the week working side-by-side with future Habitat for Humanity homeowners building homes in Boynton Beach. Habitat, a nonprot, Christian organization dedicated to eliminating substandard housing and homelessness, contacted Jenni Frumer and Maxine Wolgin of Alpert Jewish Family & Childrens Service to coordinate local collaborations with Jewish organizations that might be willing to provide special meals and accommodations for these students. The response was overwhelming! The Chabad Student Center at Lynn University, BNai Torah Congregation in Boca Raton, The Hillel of Broward and Palm Beach, located at the Florida Atlantic University Campus in Boca Raton, The Adolph & Rose Levis Jewish Community Center and the Alpert Jewish Family & Childrens Service have donated meals and housing facilities. Additionally, local families will provide kosher meals in their homes while other families will provide meals and snacks on the job site. But it is not all work for these generous young adults, as tickets for recreational activities were also donated. We are honored to have the opportunity to work with these students from Montral, as they help make a familys dream to own a safe affordable home come true. We are so grateful to our community partners and local families who have helped make this a very special trip for these Canadian students said Michael Campbell, Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach Countys, Executive Director.Delray Beach Mayor Invites Students to Participate in If I Were Elected Mayor... Essay ContestMayor Cary Glickstein invites seventh grade students attending public school in our City to participate in the If I Were Elected Mayor... essay contest. Sponsored by the Florida League of Mayors and the Florida League of Cities, this statewide contest will help to increase students awareness of municipal government and promote the importance of civics education. Essays will be judged by a committee comprised of members from the Florida League of Mayors Board of Directors. Three winners statewide will be selected and each will receive a joint Resolution from the Florida League of Mayors and the Florida League of Cities, to be presented by their Mayor. In addition, prizes will be awarded as follows: 1st Place $100 Gift Card and an opportunity to be Mayor for a day 2nd Place $50 Gift Card 3rd Place $25 Gift Card Please note that the essay contest is open to seventh grade students attending a Florida public school and every student who submits an essay will receive a participation certicate. Entries must be postmarked by March 14, 2014. For contest rules and ofcial entry form, visit www.mydelraybeach.com and select If I Were Elected Mayor... Essay Contest under News. schools
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14 February 2014 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Pineapple Newspaper SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1 Artist Val Grant Starting February 1 and throughout the month of February. Oil paintings entitled Heat, couples in sensual positions. Pineapple Grove Arts District. 3rd & 3rd Downtown Delray. Call Valerie for information 864-561-4442. 206 NE 2nd St. Suite 101. www.valgrantstudio.com Nancy Kelly | Jazz 8pm. Arts Garage. Award winning vocalist. $25-$35 in advance. 561-450-6357 artsgarage.org SATURDAY SUNDAY FEBRUARY 1-2 17th Annual Downtown Delray Beach Craft Festival. 4th Avenue in Downtown Delray Beach, north and south of Atlantic Avenue, will be transformed into an outdoor craft showcase with original handcrafted art and affordable gift items suitable for Valentines Day gifts. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. www.ArtFestival.com 561-746-6615. Free. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1, 8, 15, 22 Delray GreenMarket in the Park am-2pm. Delray Beach Center for the Arts, Old School Square Park. delraycra.org Budding Artists at the Delray GreenMarket 9am-2pm. Delray Beach Center for the Arts Old School Square Park 561-243-7922 DelrayCenterForTheArts.org SATURDAY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1 7 Senior Games various locations throughout Delray Beach. The Delray Beach Senior Games gives people who are 50 years young or more the chance to revel in the spirit of goodwill, good sportsmanship and good health. Contact Danielle Beardsley at Beardsleyd@mydelraybeach.com for more information. FEBRUARY 1 28 Pottery Classes Mon-Fri. Cloud House Pottery, Artist Alley. Beginning, intermediate, advanced instruction on potters wheel. $40 includes materials. 561-862-9222 SUNDAY FEBRUARY 2 Sunday Musical Matinee | Paul Batisky -2pm. Delray Beach Public Library. World-class Ukrainian pianist playing jazz. $15 individual show. 561-266-9490 delraylibrary.org FEBRUARY 2 16 You Cant Take It With You Sat. & Sun. 2pm; Thurs, Fri, Sat 8pm. Delray Beach Playhouse, 950 NW 9th St. Pulitzer Prize winning comedy. $30; $15/students. 561-272-1281 ext. 4 MONDAY FEBRUARY 3 South Florida Symphony Orchestra 7:30pm. Delray Beach Center for the Arts / Crest Theatre. Master Concert Series. 561-243-7922 delraycenterforthearts.org southoridasymphony.org MONDAY FEBRUARY 3, 10 Lifelong Learning Community Institute 2pm. Total Brain Workout. delraylibrary.org TUESDAY FEBRUARY 4, 11 Lifelong Learning Community Institute 2pm. Counter Intuitive History: The Grand Stories Behind Historical Facts. delraylibrary.org FEBRUARY 4-9, 11-16, 18-23, 25-28 Shark Feeding -10:30am Tues-Sat; 1:30pm Sun. Sandoway House Nature Center. $4 admission fee ages 3+. 561-274-7263 sandowayhouse.org WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 5 Southern Handcraft Society 7pm. Veterans Park Senior Center. Meeting of Pineapple Grove Chapter with desserts. email@example.com. FEBRUARY 5, 8, 12, 15, 19, 22, 26 Alligator Feeding -1pm. Sandoway House Nature Center. 142 S. Ocean Blvd. $4 admission fee ages 3+. 561-274-7263 sandowayhouse.org WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 5 6 Casablanca | Radio Theatre 7:30pm. Arts Garage. Timeless love story. $15-$25 in advance. 561-450-6357 artsgarage.org THURSDAY FEBRUARY 6 Vixity Grand Opening. 5 -7 pm. Rafes, Drinks, Hor Doeuvres, meet and greet with the Designers. Fine jewelry, Bridal jewelry, Fine gifts, Home decor. firstname.lastname@example.org 561-270-3544. 812 E. Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach 33483. www.vixity.com Lunch With Liz @ the Library 11:30am. Library. Liz Sterling on Wake Up Calls based on insights of Joan Lunden. Free. 561-266-9490 delraylibrary.org Olive Kitteridge -2pm. Delray Beach Playhouse, 950 NW 9th St. Books on Stage. $25. 561-272-1281 ext. 4 THURSDAY FEBRUARY 6, 13 Lifelong Learning Community Institute 2pm. Sing a Song of Social Protest. delraylibrary.org FRIDAY FEBRUARY 7 Love Stories -2pm. Delray Beach Playhouse, 950 NW 9th St. Interactive theatre. $25. 561-272-1281 ext. 4 Peter and Will Anderson | Jazz 8pm. Arts Garage. Virtuosos on clarinet & saxophone. $25-$35 in advance. 561-450-6357 artsgarage.org FRIDAY SUNDAY FEBRUARY 7 9 Garlic Fest Fri 5-11pm, Sat 11am-11pm, Sun 11am-8pm. Old School Square. Gourmet food & entertainment event with live national act entertainment, cooking competitions and demonstrations, family activities http://dbgarlicfest.com/ SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8 The Olive Taste of Delray 1pm. Executive Chef Ellis of 3rdand 3rd Restaurant prepares special Valentines recipe. Free. Space is limited. 561-266-228 email@example.com. Federico Britos Quintet | Jazz 8pm. Arts Garage. 5-time Grammy winner. $25-$35 in advance. 561-450-6357 artsgarage.org First Church of Christ, Scientist. 3 pm. Lecture by Jon Benson. When Impossibilities happenWhats behind it. 200 SE 7th Ave, Delray Beach 33483. Call 561-734-4717 or 561-601-9011 for more information. SATURDAY SUNDAY FEBRUARY 8-9 Artists in the Park 10am-5pm. Outdoor Art Shows at Veterans Park. Presented by Delray Art League. SUNDAY FEBRUARY 9 Swing for the Cure | Benet Concert 7pm. Arts Garage and Leukemia and Lymphoma Society fundraiser featuring Chloe Dolandis. $30-$35 in advance. 561-450-6357 artsgarage.org The public is invited to attend the 27th Annual Southbeach Blast one-day bus trip leaving the Delray Beach Public Library rear parking lot at 9:30am. Mimosas & Mufns begin the morning and then stroll the Antique Collectible Market on Lincoln Road. A threecourse at Smith & Wollenskys on the Water will follow. Then view Art Deco architecture and a visit to an Art Exhibit in Ocean Drive Hotels! All inclusive cost is $90, if RSVP by January 12, 2014. For more info visit www.ArtDecoPB.org or call (561) 276-9925. Fourth Annual Walk for Life 8am1pm Florida Atlantic University, 777 Glades Road in Boca Raton $25 for pre-registry / $30 day of race Through Gift of Life, Walk for Life raises awareness about the need to increase the number of donors in the worldwide registry so that more matches can be found for patients in need. To date, Walk for Life has sponsored over 3,200 new donors and found matches for 36 patients in need. Please visit www.giftoife.org/walkforlife for more information. Gift of Life Bone Marrow Foundation, (Marti Freund, 561-923-0993, firstname.lastname@example.org) MONDAY FEBRUARY 10 Booksigning 7pm. James Patterson author of Private LA. Murder on the Beach Mystery Bookstore, 273 NE 2nd Ave. Ticketed event. 561-279-7790 murderonthebeach.com MON THURS FEBRUARY 10-13, 17-20 Call Me Madam! 2 & 8pm. Delray Beach Playhouse, 950 NW 9th St. A tribute to Ethel Merman. $30; $15/students. 561-272-1281 ext. 4 THURSDAY FEBRUARY 13 Robert D. Chapin Lecture Series | Elizabeth Smart 2 & 5:30pm. Delray Beach Center for the Arts/Crest Theatre. $30/$45. Inspirational message of life after a tragic event. 561-243-7922 DelrayCenterForTheArts.org Frane and Ivana Mlinar Exhibit Opening 6:30pm. Arts Garage. Recipe for Happiness collaborative exhibition of original paintings. 561-450-6357 artsgarage.org THURSDAY FEBRUARY 13, 27 Steel Drum Cruise 6-8pm. Delray Yacht Cruises, 801 E Atlantic Ave. $25. 561-243-0686 ext. 301 email@example.com FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14 Valentines Special | Roseanna Vitro 8pm. Arts Garage. Grammy-nominated vocalist shares smooth sounds. $25/$35 in advance. 561-450-6357 artsgarage.org Valentines Day Dinner Cruise 6:30-9pm. Delray Yacht Cruises, 801 E Atlantic Ave. $80. 561-243-0686 ext. 301 firstname.lastname@example.org FRIDAY SUNDAY FEBRUARY 14 16 HAIR The American Tribal Love Rock Musical Fri 8pm; Sat 2 & 8pm; Sun 2pm. Delray Beach Center for the Arts / Crest Theatre. Award winning revival brings Age of Aquarius to Delray. $45. 561-243-7922 DelrayCenterForTheArts.org FEBRUARY 14 23 Delray Beach Open -Delray Beach Tennis Center. Worlds only combined ATP World Tour and ATP Champions Tour event. 561.330.6003 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15 Johnny Rawls | Garage Blues 8pm. Arts Garage. Soul-avored blues, solid pop hooks, smooth vocals & stax-style horns. $25/$30/$35 in advance. 561-450-6357 artsgarage.org SATURDAY SUNDAY FEBRUARY 15 16 Delray Art League Artists in the Park 10am-4:30pm. Delray Beach Center for the Arts. Fine art exhibitions and sales. 561-2437922, DelrayCenterForTheArts.org SUNDAY FEBRUARY 16 Mark Morganelli | Jazz 7pm. Arts Garage. Flugelhornist & Jazz Forum Arts Executive Director and his All-Stars featuring veteran pianist Don Friedman. $25/$35 in advance. 561-450-6357 artsgarage.org MONDAY FEBRUARY 17 Town Hall Lecture Series | Leigh Gallagher 6-8pm. Crest Theatre. Assistant Manager Editor of Fortune Magazine on Where the American Dream is Moving: The Importance of Cities in the 21st Century. 772-221-4060 email@example.com TUESDAY FEBRUARY 18 Wine Seminars -6-8pm. Murder on the Beach Bookstore, 273 NE 2nd Ave. Mark Spivak on Old World vs. New World and The Wines of Spain. $50. 561-279-7790 murderonthebeach.com events calendar ARTISTS ALLEYOPEN STUDIOS & GALLERIES THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20 6-9PMAll artists will be available to discuss their works. Painting...Pottery...Sculpture...Works of ArtARTISTS ALLEY runs north and south between NE 3rd and 4th Streets, east of 3rd Avenue and west of the RR tracks in the Pineapple Grove Arts District in downtown Delray Beach. FOR MORE INFO Call Vincent Cacace 561-276-1177 or 561-523-5300 Please Send Your Calendar Listings To: Calendar@delraypineapple.com
The Pineapple Newspaper www.PineappleNewspaper.com Feb ruary 2014 15 MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17 LIBRARY CLOSED PRESIDENTS DAY NO PROGRAMS FEBRUARY 14 23 DUE TO INTL TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS Saturday, February 1 & 8 @ 10:00 am The Writers Studio weekly Saturday morning program Contact Howard Gleichenhaus 561-638-7251 Sunday, February 2 @ 2:00 pm Sunday Musical Matinee Series presented by pianist Paul Batitsky Monday, February 3 & 24 @ 10:00 am Craft Series Quilting Bee twice monthly quilting class presented by Karen Pugh & Linda Bouvier Monday, February 3, 10 & 24 @ 1:00 4:30 pm Empowerment Zone presented by Reference Department Monday, February 3 & 10 @ 2:00 pm Lifelong Learning Community Institute Course Total Brain Workout See brochure for course listings and fees Monday, February 3, 10 & 24 @ 5:15 pm Got Gaming! presented by Young Adult Librarian Loanis Menendez-Cuesta Monday, February 3 @ 4:30 pm Financial Conversation on Mondays Taking Control of Your Retirement presented by Merrill Lynch Wealth Management Tuesday, February 4 & 11 @ 2:00 pm Lifelong Learning Community Institute Course Counter Intuitive History: The Grand Stories Behind Historical Facts see brochure for course listings and fees Wednesday, February 5, 12 & 26 @ 11:30 am Socrates Caf Weekly discussion group facilitated by Don Clare, Claire Drattell and rotating group leaders Wednesday, February 5 & 12 @ 2:00 3:30 pm Lifelong Learning Community Institute Course Potpourri See brochure for course listings and fees Thursday, February 6 & 27 @ 10:30 am Craft Series Knit N Purl twice monthly knitting class presented by rotating facilitators Thursday, February 6 @ 11:30 pm Lunch with Liz @ the Library Wake Up Calls based on the insights of Joan Lunden presented by radio personality & columnist Liz Sterling Thursday, February 6, 13 & 27 @ 1:00 4:30 pm Empowerment Zone presented by Reference Department Thursday, February 6 & 13 @ 2:00 3:30 pm Lifelong Learning Community Institute Course Sing A Song of Protest See brochure for course listings and fees Friday, February 7 & 28 @ 10:00 am Great Books Discussion Group Great Conversations Four presented by Gilbert Schechtman Tuesday, February 11 @ 6:00 pm Evening Book Group And the Mountain Echoed by Khalid Hosseini presented by rotating book group leaders Thursday, February 13 & 27 @ 10:00 am Great Decisions Discussion Group presented by Carl Wetzstein Thursday, February 13 @ 10:30 am Publix Aprons Cooking School Demonstration Wine & Dine in Monterey presented by Resident Chef Rey De La Osa Monday, February 24, March 3, 10 & 17 @ 10:30 am 12:00 noon Lifelong Learning Community Institute Course Exploring Philosophy Through Films See brochure for course listings and fees Monday, February 24, March 3, & 10 @ 2:00 pm Lifelong Learning Community Institute Course The Exotic Inuence on Classical Music See brochure for course listings and fees Monday, February 24 @ 2:00 pm Cercle Franais French conversation group with rotating facilitators Tuesday, February 25, March 11 & 18 @ 2:00 3:30 pm Lifelong Learning Community Institute Course U.S & Israeli Politics: Contemporary Middle East Crises See brochure for course listings and fees Tuesday, February 25 @ 3:00 pm Healthy Living Series TBA presented by Delray Medical Center Wednesday, February 26, March 5, 12 & 19 @ 2:00 3:30 pm Lifelong Learning Community Institute Course Popular Jewish Composers See brochure for course listings and fees Thursday, February 27 @ 2:00 p.m. Vietnam Part II presented by Donald Borsand ART EXHIBITS Through February 28 Visions by Darlene Erickson February 28 April 18 Oil Paintings & Giclees by Carol Gold FREE COMPUTER WORKSHOPSRegistration Required call 561-266-0196 2/4 @ 2:00 pm Beginning Computers 2/5 @ 2:00 pm Internet 2/11 @ 2:00 pm Email 2/12 @ 2:00 pm Word 2/18@ 2:00 pm Internet 2/19 @ 2:00 pm Email 2/25 @ 2:00 pm Excel 2/29 @ 2:00 pm Facebook Sign up @ Reference Desk Classes meet in 2nd oor Technology Centerlibrary calendar CALENDAR OF EVENTS FEBRUARY 2014 events calendar TUESDAY FEBRUARY 18 Art on the Road: Palm Beach This season the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County brings you to the art with exclusive bus tours. Many galleries and studios are not open to the public so this is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to meet fascinating collectors, artists and owners of some of the most well-known venues in Palm Beach County. 8:45am-12:45pm $50 public / $40 members www. palmbeachculture.com. Phone for reservations: Kristen Smiley 561-472-3342 or email firstname.lastname@example.org WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 19 An Evening with Sam Harris8pm. Delray Beach Center for the Arts / Crest Theatre. Tickets $35. Singer/songwriter, actor, producer, director, author on selections from his new book. 561-243-7922 DelrayCenterForTheArts.org ProActive Health Screenings. Delray Beach 8 am 12 noon 7 ultrasound screening tests for $139. Bring a friend for $10 off. Delray Beach Community Center/Pompey Park (1101 NW 2nd St, 33444) Call for an appointment. 855-738-9910. www.proactivehealthscreenings.com THURSDAY FEBRUARY 20 National League of American Pen Women fundraiser for college women in the arts luncheon and discussion 11:30am Prudy Taylor Board, Author and Publisher shares her writing expertise and 101 Writing Tips Price: $28.00 Delray Beach Golf Club, 2200 Highland Ave. Delray Beach, Fl. 33445. www.bocapenwomen.org 561/865-9756 Artists Alley Open Studios 6-9pm Pineapple Grove Arts District between NE 3rd & 4th Streets, east of 3rd Ave, west of RR tracks. artistsalleydelray.com The Artists Guild Gallery 6-8pm. 512 E Atlantic Ave. Opening reception 561-278-7877 bocaguild.com Meet the Masters | Dick Hyman -7pm. Arts Garage. Lving, breathing, swinging encyclopedia of Jazz with expertise in creating, performing music for major lms & TV. $10. 561-4506357 artsgarage.org FRIDAY FEBRUARY 21 Early Elton Tribute to Elton John Trio Tours from 1970-1972. Delray Beach Center for the Arts. Crest Theatre. www.delrayarts.org. Call 561-243-7922 or visit box ofce. VIP tickets available. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 21 Dick Hyman | Jazz 8pm. Arts Garage. Award winning pianist, organist, arranger, music director, composer. $25/$35/$45 in advance. 561-450-6357 artsgarage.org SATURDAY FEBRUARY 22 22 17th Annual Chili Cook-off 10am-12noon. GreenMarket, Delray Beach Center for the Arts / Old School Square Park. Traditional, new age &vegetarian chili. delraycra.org Manuel Valera & New Cuban Express | Jazz 8pm. Arts Garage. Grammy-nominated jazz pianist and composer. $25/$30/$35. 561-450-6357 artsgarage.org SATURDAY SUNDAY FEBRUARY 22 23 Delray Art League Artists in the Park 10am-4:30pm. Delray Beach Center for the Arts, Old School Square. Fine art exhibitions and sales. 561-243-7922 DelrayCenterForTheArts.org SATURDAY SUNDAY FEBRUARY 22 23 Boxer Shorts 3 -Sat 7pm; Sun 1 & 5pm. Delray Beach Playhouse, 950 NW 9th St. Palm Beach Playmakers with some fresh new shorts. $12 advance; $15/day of show. 561-272-1281 ext. 4 MONDAY FEBRUARY 24 Lifelong Learning Community Institute 10:30am. Exploring Philosophy Through Films. delraylibrary.org Lifelong Learning Community Institute 2pm. The Exotic Inuence on Classical Music. delraylibrary.org TUESDAY FEBRUARY 25 Lifelong Learning Community Institute 2pm. U.S & Israeli Politics: Contemporary Middle East Crises. delraylibrary.org Playwright Workshop 7pm. Delray Beach Playhouse, 950 NW 9th St. Carol White talks on the short play. Free. RSVP to email@example.com. Lifelong Learning Community Institute 2pm Popular Jewish Composers plus U.S & Israeli Politics: Contemporary Middle East Crises. delraylibrary.org TUESDAY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 25 27 Wayside House Spring Boutique to benet Wayside House Colony Hotel. Complimentary valet parking. aweinwurm@ waysidehouse.net WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 26 Candidates Forum Crest Theatre. 6:30pm. Moderated by former news anchor Jim Sackett. Presented by the Chamber of Commerce. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 27 ProActive Health Screenings. Boca Raton 9:30 am 1:30 pm 7 ultrasound screening tests for $139. Bring a friend for $10 off. Boca Raton Community Center (150 Crawford Blvd, 33452). Call for an appointment. 855-738-9910. www.proactivehealthscreenings.com The Vietnam Wars Part II -2pm. Delray Beach Public Library. History of the Vietnam Wars with Dr. Donald Borsand. Free admission. 561-266-9490 delraylibrary.org FRIDAY FEBRUARY 28 Fighting over Beverly by Israel Horovitz | Theatre 7:30pm. Arts Garage. Romantic comedy centers on love triangle between 70+ year olds. $30/$35/$45 in advance. 561-243-7922 DelrayCenterForTheArts.org EXHIBITSThrough February 2 School of Creative Arts Showcase Delray Beach Center for the Arts / Crest Theatre Galleries. Multi-media exhibit showcasing work by adult and youth students and instructors. 561-243-7922, DelrayCenterForTheArts.org Through February 2 Elvis: Grace & Grit. Delray Beach Center for the Arts/Cornell Museum of Art & American Culture. Old School Square, 51 N. Swinton Ave. $8 general admission; $6 senior & students; free 10 years and younger. Palm Beach County residents free admission every Thursday. www.DelrayCenterForTheArts.org 561-243-7922 Through February 2 Flashback: A Retro Look at the s and s. Delray Beach Center for the Arts/Cornell Museum of Art & American Culture. Old School Square, 51 N. Swinton Ave. $8 general admission; $6 senior & students; free 10 years and younger. Palm Beach County residents free admission every Thursday. www.DelrayCenterForTheArts.org 561-243-7922 Through February 23 Breaking Boundaries: Contemporary Street Fashion in Japan: Popular and imaginative clothing styles made and worn on the streets of Japan today. Contemporary Kogei Styles in Japan: Nearly 90 contemporary arts and crafts or kogei-style works comprising ceramics, textiles, lacquerware, dolls, and works of metal, wood, bamboo, and glass. Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens, 4000 Morikami Park Rd. www.morikami.org 561-495-0233 February 1 28 Watercolors, Mixed Media by Darlene Erickson. Delray Beach Public Library. delraylibrary.org February 4 April 27 Delray Art LeagueDelray Beach Center for the Arts / Crest Theatre Galleries Multi-media exhibit showcasing oils, watercolors, acrylics, sculptures and photographs. February 14 May 11 National Juried Exhibition Delray Beach Center for the Arts / Cornell Museum of Art & American Culture. Juried works by artists from around the United States February 16 March 22 Juried Art Exhibition Artists Guild Gallery, 512 E Atlantic Ave. Fine art paintings, sculptures, and photography. 561.278.7877 bocaguild.com February 28 April 18 Oil Paintings & Giclees Delray Beach Public Library. Art by Carol Gold Through March 2 Art Exhibit Journeys featuring the paintings of artist, Vicki Siegel, at the Weisman Delray Community Center, through March 2, 2014. Artist reception and brief artist talk, Sunday Feb. 16th 2-4pm. The Center is located at 7091 W. Atlantic Ave. in Delray Beach. Monday Thurs. 9am 5pm. Friday 8:30am 4:30pm. Free and open to the public. Call 561-558-2100
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The Pineapple Newspaper www.PineappleNewspaper.com Feb ruary 2014 17 JuiceBuzz is buzzing with superfoods for heart healthy monthDELRAY BEACH, FL A consummate supporter of healthy lifestyle options -JuiceBuzz embraces February as Heart Healthy month and introduces beet-tastic beverages. Owner Jacqueline Pfeffer-Sheridan and her team of beet baristas have served up Just Beet it a lively concoction featuring Apple, Carrot, Celery, Beet Root, Cucumber and Ginger. And, Give us a Beet, including vibrant ingredients of Carrot, Orange, Apple, Beet Root and Lemon. The juicetenders continue to impress and inspire with signature drinks that contain an abundance of vitamins, minerals and enzymes to purify your body from the inside out. Beetroot juice stands among the most heart-healthy juices. Approximately 17 ounces of Downtown Delray Beach brought fashion boutiques and salons to life through Fashion Week 2014Delray Beach s DDA, also known as the Downtown Development Authority, Jule Guaglardi, owner of Roxy Lulu boutique, located in the Pineapple Grove Arts District of Delray Beach, along with a string of other local volunteers, have pulled off another successful Delray Beach event. With a focus on fashion and beauty, the team pulled together more than 60 downtownDelray Beach merchants to participate in more than 40 events that spanned the week of January 11th 19th, 2014 to celebrate the First Annual Fabulous Fashion Week. One of the main goals of the DDA is to market and promote the downtown businesses driving economic growth and what a fantastic way to do it! We are very proud to have the opportunity to share with the local residents and visitors to Delray Beach, the unique mix of downtown retail fashion that is now here, from ball gowns, and local designers, to shoes and accessories, all within a 12 block radius says Marjorie Ferrer, Executive Director, DDA. The festivities kicked off with 20 beautiful models in two piece bikinis from many of the areas www.PineappleNewspaper.com FEBRUAR Y 2014 Health &Style First Annual Fabulous Fashion Week A Success! DELRAY BEACH, FL WellFest Delray, a second year event that will be held the weekend of March 8-9, 2014 at Delray Center for the Arts and Hyatt Place, has announced the funding of a scholarship program at Banyan Creek Elementary School to promote tness, good nutrition and self-esteem. Its a lesson Bob Lipp, WellFest creator, learned at a young age. When I was ten my family moved to a new neighborhood with new kids, many of whom had already formed friendships, states Lipp. That can be difcult for a young person, and it was for me. So when our gym teacher challenged the class to complete a series of tness tests, I saw it as a chance to connect with some of my classmates. As it turned out, it was also great for my selfesteem. The WellFest Delray Scholarship fund will select two students from the graduating class that according to school guidelines support a lifestyle that promotes staying t, eating responsibly and feeling positive about yourself. Commenting on the program, Principal William Fay Jr. said, Wellness is a concept that we incorporate into the curriculum at Banyan Creek Elementary School through educational activities and athletic programs. Were delighted that WellFest Delray has provided this incentive to further Continued on page 25WELLFEST DELRAY FUNDS SCHOLARSHIPS AT BANYAN CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Continued on page 30 DELRAY BEACH, FL Three student athletes training at the ELEV|8 Sports Institute have signed letters of commitments to play at the college level and all will be receiving scholarships to cover costs of their higher education. With commitments in hand, these three student athletes can now shift their focus onto preparing for college, both academically and in their respective sports, said Luis Alicea, executive director of baseball at the Delray Beach, FL based Elev|8 Sports Institute. We expect to see several more of our seniors receiving scholarships in the next few months. The Elev|8 athletes signing letters of commitment with NCAA Division 1 schools were baseball players Michael Brenner, a senior at Spanish River High School in Boca Raton, FL; and Justin Walker, a senior at Suncoast High School in Riviera Beach, FL. Both will attend St. Louis University. Basketball standout Derrick (D.J.) Clayton, a 6-foot5 shooting guard, who also signed a letter of commitment and is receiving a scholarship, will be playing at Western Kentucky University. DJ Clayton D.J. is a prime example of a kid that has unlimited potential, says Cody Toppert, director of basketball operations at the Elev|8 Sports Institute. Hes got tremendous athleticism and explosiveness going to the basket, and in addition to that, hes got a great ability to shoot the ball. Originally from California, Clayton transferred to ELEV|8 Sports Institute, a residential academic and sports training program, for his senior year to take advantage of the high level of training and competition. Michael Brenner Brenner, a centerelder, has been training with the topnotch coaches at Elev|8 for the past two years and has also continued to play with the South Florida Bandits travel team. A leader on and off the eld, Brenner recruited a handful of other teammates to work with him on several Habitat for Humanity projects in South Florida. Athletes training at ELEV|8 Sports Institute sign college commitments, receive scholarshipsTwo baseball players will attend St. Louis University; Basketball standout headed to Western Kentucky We got the beet! The Pineapple Spanish River High Schools Michael Brenner (Baseball) has signed a letter of commitment to attend St. Louis University Continued on page 25 Continued on page 24
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The Pineapple Newspaper www.PineappleNewspaper.com Feb ruary 2014 19 City of Delray Beach Parks and Recreation Three spring camps are now open for registration Delray Beach Parks and Recreation is excited to invite our community youth to register for one of the Citys 2014 Spring Break Camps. Registration is now open for the following Spring Break Camp Programs. Spring Break Skate Camp 505 Teen Center and Hobbit Skate Park 505 NE 5th Avenue March 17th 21st & March 24th (6 days) Times 9:00 am 4:00 pm (drop off time 8:30 am, pickup time 4:00 pm 5:30 pm) $144 residents, $156 non-residents Contact Danielle Pearson, (561) 243-7158 or firstname.lastname@example.org Six full days of skate camp! Combination of skate instruction, skate park eld trips, arts/crafts, trips to movies, bowling, zoo, ice skating, etc. Participants will learn all aspects of skateboarding including board set-up, safety tips, history of skateboarding and skateboard graphic design. Each student must provide their own skateboard, helmet and knee/elbow pads. Snacks will be provided each day. Please bring a bag lunch and water bottle each day. To register, visit the 505 Teen Center Monday-Friday, 3:00 pm 9:00 pm or Saturday 12:00 pm (noon) 9:00 pm. Acceptable forms of payment: cash, credit card (MasterCard or Visa) or check. Catherine Strong Spring Break Camp Catherine Strong Splash Park 1500 SW 6th Street March 17th March 24th (6 Day Program) Times 7:30 am 5:30 pm $80 residents, $90 non-residents Contact Erik Lawson, (561) 243-7194 or email@example.com This camp (14 participants only) for children ages 6-12 years old will include sports and educational activities, arts and crafts, skating and other fun eld trips. Register online or visit Catherine Strong Splash Park Tuesday-Friday 8:00 am 7:00 pm, Saturday-Sunday 10:00 am 7:00 pm. Acceptable forms of payment: cash, credit card (MasterCard or Visa) or check. Junior Lifeguard Program Spring Break Session 2014 Anchor Park 340 South Ocean Boulevard March 17 21 Times 9:00 am 11:30 am $45 residents, $50 non-residents New participants must pass a 100 yard swim test and two minute survival oat held at Pompey Pool on March 15th at 10 a.m. Contact Heather Irurzun or Dianne Gaffney, (561) 243-7352 or firstname.lastname@example.org Participants are introduced to the skills, training and rescue methods of professional Ocean Rescue Lifesavers. By actively practicing Ocean Rescue skills, participants explore a potential career path while learning the value of physical tness and beach safety. Swimming, paddling and performing mock rescues in the ocean are daily activities which require competent swimming abilities. Register online or visit Ocean Rescue Headquarters at Anchor Park MondayFriday 9:00 am 4:00 pm. Acceptable forms of payment: cash, credit card (MasterCard or Visa) or check. The Pineappledelray beach newspaper 5K WALK/RUN AT FAU AIMS TO SAVE LIVES AND RAISE FUNDS FOR BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTSBOCA RATON, FL Gift of Life Bone Marrow Foundation (www.giftoife.org) will hold its Fourth Annual Walk for Life on Saturday, February 9, 2014 at Florida Atlantic University, 777 Glades Road, Boca Raton. The event will take place from 8 am until 12 pm. Walk for Life (www.giftoife.org/ walkforlife) is $25 for advanced registration, and $30 the day of the event. Students can participate for just $10. This is a Certied 5K Race and runners and walkers at all levels are encouraged to participate in this family friendly event. A highly unique aspect of this event includes the introduction for the very rst time of a donor and a bone marrow transplant recipient. Over a year ago, the recipient, a 59 year old woman diagnosed with leukemia underwent a blood stem cell transplant She was matched with her donor a 21-year old male who she has never met. Once the donor was told by Gift of Life that he was a perfect match for the recipient, he immediately underwent the bone marrow donation process to help save her life. This is one of the most powerful moments some people may experience in their lifetime, said Marti Freund, Walk for Life Coordinator. This annual walk is a critical fundraising initiative for Gift of Life, but the best part is getting to witness such a beautifully emotional scene when the donor and the recipient meet face-to-face for the rst time. Walk for Life is the only 5k event in South Florida that is solely dedicated to raising awareness for bone marrow and blood stem cell transplants. Gift of Life uses funds raised at the Walk for Life to add new donors to the worldwide bone marrow registry. Registering just one volunteer donor through a simple swab process costs $60. Every year, 100 percent of all net proceeds raised at the Walk are used to add new donor to the worldwide bone marrow registry. The 2014 fundraising goal is $80,000. Sponsorships are also available. Males and females in good health between the ages of 18 and 60 are eligible to be screened and join the worldwide registry for patients in need. A simple swab from the inside of your cheek is all it takes to determine if you are a match. For more information on the event, sponsorships, or to register, please contact Marti Freund at 561.923.0993 or mfreund@ giftoife.org.Last year, Gift of Life Donor Kate met recipient Rebeca at 2013 Walk
20 February 2014 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Pineapple Newspaper I have searched my entire life to nd meaning in everything I do. From going to work, having a relationship, exercising, or even attempting to learn something. I ask myself the same question continuously... What is the point of life and does it matter how I live it? Should I strive for certain material things, enjoy a good party, or thrive on approval of others? Instead, should I be turning over all possessions, live a full holistic life and spend my days and nights meditating on OM. Everybody seems to have an opinion on how to live your life, from religion, parents, Hollywood, your husband or wife etc. All you can do is listen to the points of view and make your own decision based on the type of person you are. I recently came across a random article that shed some light on the subject. The article was interpreting The Book of Ecclesiastes in the Bible. This is a well known book that is about a man who led a fruitful life, and in his nal days looked back with reection and narrates this particular book. He writes, I searched in my heart how to gratify my esh with wine, while guiding my heart with wisdom... I made my works great, I built myself houses... I became great and excelled. I looked on all the works that my hands had done and on the labor in which I had toiled, and indeed all was vanity and grasping for the wind. After reecting on his life he concluded, Eat your bread with joy and drink your wine with a merry heart... Let your garments always be white and let your head lack no oil... Live joyfully with the wife whom you love... Whatever your hand nds to do, do it with all your might, for there is no work or device or wisdom in the grave where you are going. So what I Interpreted from the author, is enjoy life! Drink up. Its ok to have plenty of fun. However, just dont make it all about having fun. Find the best life to live, work your hardest, live to your fullest, love till you burst, and be a good person. Then die knowing anything else wouldnt have really made a difference. Do not get hung up on being happy every moment of the day, it is part of the human experience to be angry, sad or depressed. Just try to relax into the emotions and take the good with the bad. In the end Its all vanity anyway. But its fun, and you get one chance, so you might as well start making the most of it right now, before its too late. Write me at: DavidJames.Yoga@gmail. com or call 561-929-8905THE MEANING OF LIFE ACCORDING TO ME OM WASNT BUILT IN A DAYby David James Boca Raton chiropractor announces expansion of athletic-focused sports chiropractic treatment servicesBOCA RATON, FL Sports Chiropractic and Natural Health Solutions now offers additional support for pro and amateur athletes. Dr. Todd Rodman of Sports Chiropractic and Natural Health Solutions recently announced an extension of chiropractic services for athletes in Boca Raton and surrounding cities, including Delray Beach. Biomechanically, chiropractic joint manipulation or mobilization restores normal motion and alignment to the joints assisting in restoring proper mechanics, thus allowing the body to perform at its best through proper alignment. At SCNHS, the musculoskeletal system is viewed as a collection of interrelated parts that work together to achieve a desired movement. In order to get the most effective therapy, treating the body in layers starting with the outermost soft tissue is important. Then working deeper toward the skeletal system is part of Dr. Rodmans treatment. If a muscle has developed scar tissue from overuse or trauma, it will be very tight and may be the reason why the vertebrae has gone out of its normal alignment. If only the chiropractic adjustment is used and the scar tissue is not addressed, then there may just be temporary relief. Combining chiropractic adjustments with highly-effective soft tissue therapies and rehabilitation exercises lead to the long-lasting permanent relief. Dont wait for the body to break down to x it, Dr. Rodman says. Too many people wait for a catastrophic event to take their health serious. We can help people x their minor health issues before they become major. For more information, contact Sports Chiropractic and Natural Health Solutions and make an appointment at (561) 3139117 or visit its website at http://scnhs.com. DELRAY BEACH, FL The Duncan Conference Center is holding its annual Labyrinth Retreat The Heros Journey on their beautiful grounds. All are welcome. The Duncan Centers Labyrinth Retreat will incorporate both the inside and outside Labyrinth walks as well as yoga, breath work and hoop dancing. Sara Dochterman LCSW will facilitate along with Brook Waszak, Benicio Farina and Cassandra Tanenbaum. The Heros Journey is best described in the book The Hero with a Thousand Faces by Joseph Campbell. Come explore your own heros journey and enjoy yourself with overnight accommodations and three wonderful meals by our own Chef! Friday, March 28 Saturday, March 29, 5:30 pm Registration $135 dbl occupancy/$85 commuter Duncan Conference Center 15820 S. Military Trail in Delray Beach To register for the Labyrinth Retreat visit their website at www.duncancenter.org or call 561-496-4130. About the Duncan Conference Center Duncan Conference Center is located on ve serene tropical acres and welcomes over 500 diverse groups a year. It was built in 1985 by the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida as a Conference Center. It has meeting spaces for up to 200 people, an outdoor labyrinth, a beautiful chapel with indoor labyrinth, meeting spaces, lodging for up to 80 people, a dining room and a large pool and spa.Labyrinth Retreat at Duncan Center The Palm Beach County Chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) is hosting its yearly fundraising Susan B. Anthony Luncheon on Sat. Feb. 22 at 12:00 pm. Doors open at 11:30am. Its being held at the Boca Country Club, 17751 Boca Club Boulevard in Boca Raton. Awards will be given to Rep. Lori Berman and other outstanding feminists. The keynote speaker is Senator Nan Rich. Tickets are $65.00 for non-members with discounts offered to members. For more information go to www. pbcnow.org call 561-802-3722 or email email@example.com
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22 February 2014 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Pineapple Newspaper BOCA RATON, FL The team from Dr. Richard Stallers Advanced Dentistry South Florida was glad to lend a helping hand to Boca Helping Hands. It was just before Thanksgiving and the team at Dr. Stallers ofce volunteered more than 40 hours to help those in need. Team members carried out groceries to recipients cars, packaged grocery bags, packed bags of meat and cheese; and others prepared food and handed out food to those in need. Boca Helping Hands does not turn away anyone that is looking for a warm meal. With only a few actual employees, they rely heavily on volunteers. Giving back to the community is one of our core values. We strongly believe in helping others and this is just one of the ways our team has shown this commitment. During the holidays especially, we all remember how grateful we are for what we have and it is important to help others who are less fortunate., said Dr. Richard Staller. The team at Advanced Dentistry South Florida was not the only volunteers at Boca Helping Hands. Volunteers from Boca West County Club, Henry Schein Dental Supply and other community volunteers helped serve hundreds of families. It is quite the operation over at Boca Helping Hands. In addition to the volunteer efforts, Dr. Stallers team also brought canned food and toothbrushes for children and adults. Boca Helping Hands is much more than just a soup kitchen. Volunteers at the food center serve hot meals six days a week to families and individuals that include the unemployed and underemployed, single parents, children and the elderly. In addition, they provide a pantry program that supplies grocery bags of food and staples for qualied people to help them meet their food needs. Job mentoring clients work with experienced human resource mentors to nd employment for clients who are in need of a job, discussing with them interview skills needed to secure employment. The Resource Center provides many resources to clients facing nancial difculties. The Esperanza Catering at Boca Helping Hands provides catering services to many organizations while providing employment opportunities for those looking for work in the service industry. Treasure Chest Early Learning CenterBoynton Beach Dr. Staller and his team were also proud to sponsor the Treasure Chest Early Learning Centers initiative to teach children ages 3-5 to learn about nutrition. The partnership with the Community Caring Center of Greater Boynton Beach allows a special teacher to come into the classroom with young children and teach them not only about colors and numbers, but about making healthy decisions. Many of the children who come to the Treasure Chest Early Learning Center do not receive the required nutrition and learning about the benets of fruits and vegetables help the children become more familiar and want healthier choices. In addition to sponsoring the program, two of Dr. Stallers team members went out to the center to help plant a garden. The children learned about seeds and how they grow into food that can be eaten. The children had placed a seed into a moist environment the week before and saw the bean begin to sprout! They planted the beans, along with other vegetables in the garden just outside of their classroom. Every day, they can see the progress and watch their plant grow into food which they will eat! Katie and Kelli also taught about dental health for children. The students counted their teeth and learned how to brush properly. Good home care along with better nutrition will help to reduce the number of dental emergencies for children. Each child left with a toothbrush, toothpaste and coloring pages. Advanced Dentistry lends a helping hand Katie Schanz, Stacie Baughman and Najea Moss packaging meat for grocery bags for those in need. Devin Burke, Holistic Wellness Coach and Founder of Renew Wellness Retreats, believes that people are beginning to seek alternative holistic ways of restoring themselves back to health. Thats why he created Renew Wellness Retreats. Renew Wellness Retreats offers day and weekend retreat experiences that are focused on enhancing health and well-being with an integrative approach. They are conducted by wellness experts ranging from a holistic M.D to an energy healer and held in intimate retreatlike settings. I was really happy with the turn out for the Grand Opening Wellness Retreat (held at DU20 Holistic Oasis on January 11th ) and was surprised by the age range of participants Guests ranging in age from 24 years old to 64 years old and traveled as far as Canton Ohio to participant in the Grand Opening Wellness Retreat. The goal of all Renew Wellness Retreats is to enhance and promote the health and wellbeing of each guest, while providing tools to be practiced and used when returning back to everyday life increasing health and happiness. While attending a retreat, guest will be exposed to both innovative, holistic treatments as well as knowledge from experts and visiting wellness consultants. Burke hopes to draw more out of town guests to attend his wellness retreats and experience the active community of health conscious individuals and local businesses in the Village by the Sea. The next Renew Wellness Retreat is again being held locally at DU20 Holistic Oasis, in Downtown Delray Beach FL. on March 29th with a theme of Healing the Five Senses. If you want to learn more about attending a Renew Wellness Retreat please visit www. rwretreats.com or contact Devin Burke at (954)708-0970.Integrative Health Practitioners conduct successful day wellness retreats in Delray Beach
The Pineapple Newspaper www.PineappleNewspaper.com Feb ruary 2014 23 DELRAY BEACHCITY DIRECTORYDelray Beach City Hall 100 NW 1st Avenue Delray Beach, Florida 33444 www.mydelraybeach.comGeneral Information (561) 243-7000 Emergency 9-1-1 Non-Emergency (561) 243-7800 Citizen Service Requests (561) 243-7012 City Managers Ofce (561) 243-7010 Utility Billing (561) 243-7100 Water/Sewer Maint. (561) 243-7312 Parks & Recreation (561) 243-7250 Municipal Golf Course (561) 243-7380 City Clerks Ofce (561) 243-7050 Jobline (561) 243-6201 PBC Animal Control (561) 276-1344 Police Department (561) 243-7888 Fire Department (561) 243-7400 The Pineapple delray beach newspaper Hobbit Skate TournamentPlease join us for our 6th Annual Hobbit Skate Off. Live Music, Prizes, Give-a-ways, Food and Fun! Skate Jam will include a beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. Product toss at the end of the contest. Local skate vendors will be on hand for all your skateboarding needs. Date: February 22 Location: Hobbit Skate Park, 505 SE 5th Avenue in Delray Beach Ages: 5 Adult Times: 3:00pm 6:00pm Cost: Entry Fee $5.00 for all skaters Contact: Christian Smith, 243-7158 the coach T hink for a moment of a food from your past, one that makes you feel great after you eat it, for no specic reason. Maybe it is macaroni and cheese, slow-simmered tomato sauce, ice cream cones or potato pancakes. Eating comfort foods (every now and then) can be incredibly healing, even though your rational brain might not consider it highly nutritious. Food has the power to impact us on a level deeper than just our physical well-being. What we eat can reconnect us to precious memories, like childhood playtimes, rst dates, holidays, our grandmothers cooking or our country of ancestry. Our bodies remember foods from the past on an emotional and cellular level. Eating this food connects us to our roots and has youthening and nurturing effects that go far beyond the foods biochemical make-up. Acknowledging what different foods mean to us is an important part of cultivating a good relationship with food. This month when we celebrate lovers and relationships, its important to notice that we each have a relationship with foodand that this relationship is often far from loving. Many of us restrict food, attempting to control our weight. We often abuse food, substituting it for emotional wellbeing. Others ignore food, swallowing it whole before weve even tasted it. What would your life be like if you treated food and your body as you would treat your loved ones with gentleness, kindness, communication, honesty, respect and love? The next time you eat your soul food, do so with awareness and without guilt, and enjoy all the healing and nourishment it brings you. If you nd yourself going back to the soul food over and over, ask yourself what might be missing in your other relationships and what can be done to add it. Food Focus: Beans Beans, or legumes, including peas and lentils, are an excellent source of plant-based protein. Beans are found in most traditional cultures as a staple food, offering grounding and strengthening properties that enhance endurance. They offer a highly usable, highly absorbable source of calcium for the body. A very inexpensive source of high nutrition, beans can be rich, delicious and satisfying, Beans have a reputation for causing digestive distress, but this is usually because they have been undercooked or improperly prepared. To help reduce gas-forming properties, soak beans overnight prior to cooking, increase cooking time, add spices like bay leaf, oregano or cumin, or add kombu (a sea vegetable) when cooking. Recipe of the Month: Easy Beans and Greens Prep time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 10 minutes Yield: 2-3 servings Ingredients: 1 can black beans (or pinto, red, kidney) 1 bunch collard greens (or kale, spinachyour choice) your favorite toppings, such as salsa, avocado or guacamole and sour cream Directions: 1. In a medium saucepan, heat drained beans. Add your favorite seasonings, if desired. 2. Fill a separate medium saucepan with 1-2 inches of water and bring to a boil. 3. Wash and chop greens (you can use the stems, too) and add to boiling water. 4. Cook for 2-3 minutes until greens are bright green and tender. Drain off water. 5. On a plate, arrange a portion of the greens, top with a portion of the beans and nish with toppings of your choice.Coach Kadel is a rm believer in that you are what you eat. She is a Board Certied Holistic Health Coach and a loving mother of three active boys. She supports the idea that by integrating food, exercise and lifestyle choices on a personal level, you will obtain a more balance and happy life. Coach Kadel is a graduate of The Institute of Integrative Nutrition in New York City. She is Board Certied by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners and is a Certied Personal Trainer by the American Exercise Council. She runs workshops on exercise and nutrition, and offers individual and group, health and nutrition coaching. With Coach Julia Kadel Soul Food
24 February 2014 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Pineapple Newspaper encourage our students to realize the value of a healthy lifestyle. Assistant Principal Alison LEtoile added, Its no secret that our children are the future and the importance of encouraging a strong mind and strong body can never be overlooked. The scholarship was particularly important for Sandra Tribioli, Director of Operations for WellFest and a mother of three school-aged children. Its great when an event like WellFest or a business or an individual can make such a positive impact on our children, and we are pleased that Principal Fay and Vice Principal LEtoile have been so gracious in accepting our offer. As of this writing, WellFest Delray 2014 has 16 Sponsors and over 80 Exhibitors and Speakers. Sponsors include: Acupuncture Associates, Celsius Energy Drink, Fiesta Pet Deli, Delray Library, Delray Medical Center, Gulfstream Business Bank, Hyatt Place Delray, Javita Coffee, Mint Fit 111, Naked Gourmet, Mind, Body and Spirit Caf, Smart Car Palm Beach, 21 Drops, Synergy Fitness Boca, Yoga Journey and Zaaz Studios. Speakers include noted area author Margaret Lembo, who has written several books for adults and one for children on Chakra and Crystals, and Dr. Brian Clement, of the famed Hippocrates Health Institute. Support and interest in this educational and inspirational event that features a Business Expo, Expert Speaker Sessions, Fitness/Well-being Center, WellPet area and Eat Well Food & Beverage Court grows every day. The support has been impressive, to say the least states Bob Lipp the event creator. In just our second year, weve seen businesspeople and organizations that support businesses, residents and visitors from Delray and surrounding areas get behind this important event. The event will take place inside and out at Delray Center for The Arts (off Swinton and Atlantic Avenues in downtown Delray) as well as the meeting rooms at Hyatt Place from 11AM 5PM, Saturday and Sunday. In addition, attendees will receive a PassPort to WellFest, a range of high-value coupons that will save hundreds of dollars at many Wellness-related businesses, plus a range of food and product samples, consultation with experts, even free massage stations throughout the event. Based on the funds collected for the event, Lipp and the WellFest team hope to add to the scholarship funds and bring additional schools into the program. Its amazing to think that the event debuted one year ago and now were looking at holding a signicantly larger event for the weekend of March 8-9, 2104, stated Bob Lipp. Frankly, Im not surprised at the enthusiasm, but delighted none-the-less that so many businesses, organizations and local residents have come forward to be a part of enhancing the WellFest Delray experience. Delray Beach was chosen as the perfect place to launch WellFest, based on the communitys feel good vibe and substantial health and tness-oriented business infrastructure. Bob and his team hope to build a WellFest-oriented lifestyle into the Delray brand, something that he believes can be accomplished in-part with WellFest Delray. A wellness-branded Delray can help to attract like-minded businesses to our area for a potential headquarters or regional ofce, adds Bob. Of course well also welcome them here to hold their meetings or to sponsor events like WellFest. Bob is not alone in that belief and has enlisted the services and expertise of former mayor Jeff Perlman, who is consulting on WellFest Delray. WellFest Delray 2014 will be the next big step in what we believe will become a yearly tradition in Delray, added Perlman. With its year round temperatures that favor an active lifestyle, Delray has always attracted sports, exercise and tness enthusiasts. Plus many of our restaurateurs and chefs are promoting healthier eating, which is why the new Eat Well Food & Beverage Court at WellFest Delray is a win-win. For further information, visit www.WellFestDelray.com.Shown (l-r) Bob Lipp, WellFest creator, Sandra Tribioli, Director of Operations, Principal William Fay Jr., Assistant Principal Alison LEtoile. WELLFEST continued from page 17 Love Your Self This Valentines DayBy Laura Norman Special to The PineappleIn most cultures around the world today, being labeled a selsh person is something to be avoided at all costs. Yet, if you look closely, most of us spend our entire lives selshly searching everywhere for ways to feel fullled. We will go to almost any lengths to nd something or someone that makes us feel good about ourselves. And what do we do when we nally get itthe job, relationship, house, car, politician or gadget we were sure would make us happy? We soon begin to feel like were missing something again, so we question what we have, and the vicious cycle continues: Oh, this job wasnt what I expected it to be. He/she isnt the same as when we met. I cant wait until this years gadget comes out! Whats going on here? We have been trained from birth to look outside ourselves to nd happiness and contentment. The same is true for our parents and their parents before them. We constantly look to others people and possessions to make us feel good about ourselves. As long as people behave in a way that is acceptable to us, that makes us feel safe or good, all seems to be well. The minute their behavior or beliefs step outside our comfort zone, we criticize, ostracize and, ultimately, dehumanize them to coerce them to behave in a way that makes us feel good. Are we having fun yet? Since we cannot always control external circumstances, events or the billions of people supposedly capable of making us either happy or unhappy by their behavior, what is there left for us to do? We can focus on Self-fullness. The healthiest, happiest, most generous people know the secret to true joy and happiness. They understand that only by being full of Self rst can we create miracles for ourselves and others! Consider airline pre-ight safety instructions. Remember how the ight attendant always tells you that should the plane experience turbulence or loss of cabin pressure, your oxygen masks will be deployed. Please put your own mask on rst, and only then place the mask on your child. Why are we rightly told to ignore others? Because we are in no position to help anyone else until we have enough oxygen ourselves. Similarly, unless we have enough Self love, compassion, Source within us, we have nothing to give others. While we are all connected to Source, we forget our connection and start to believe we are on our own. We then perpetuate the cycle of looking to others to try to ll that void. We can only offer the real gifts of peace, love, joy and clarity to our children, spouses, colleagues, and everyone else whose lives we touch by embodying those qualities. As Gandhi is so often quoted, Be the change you seek in the world. Our real gift is simply being full of Self. We will then naturally become a shining example for everyone in our lives. Meditation, Yoga, Qigong and Reexology are some of the powerful ways available to help our transition to Self-fullness. Removing stress and clearing the mind of negative thoughts and feelings are critical steps to remembering and reconnecting with who we really are. Reexology works by relieving stress, promoting relaxation and creating a profound sense of inner peace, all the way to the cellular level. Using reexology within a broader, holistic context helps awaken the knowingness of who we really are. By calming your central nervous system, changing habits of thought and clearing the resistance that stand between where you are now and a true sense of fulllment, Holistic reexology helps you open the door to allow your own Selffullness. Remember the Self-full person you are capable of being. The person who no longer needs to look outside themselves for fulllment. The person who is keenly aware of the innite powers and resources of this glorious universe. The person who knows intuitively how to tap into those powers and resources for themselves and others. Celebrate Valentines Day this year by taking steps to love and honor your Self. Create new possibilities and live the fullled life you deserve.Laura Norman, M.S., LMT, world-renowned Holistic Reexologist, educator and author of the best-selling book, Feet First: A Guide to Foot Reexology, offers private Reexology and Life Wellness Coaching sessions in Delray Beach and Holistic Reexology Training Programs in Boynton Beach starting February 9th. Gift Certicates available online for Valentines Day and all occasions. Visit www.lauranorman.com Call 561-272-1220 Palm Beach County to host 2014 and 2015 NAIA Mens Soccer National Championships in Delray BeachThe National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced that the 2014 and 2015 NAIA Mens Soccer National Championships will be hosted by the Palm Beach County Sports Commission in conjunction with Northwood University (Fla.). The sixteen-team Championship will be played at the Seacrest Soccer Complex and Hilltopper Stadium in Delray Beach, Florida, on December 1-6, 2014, with the 2015 Championship taking place November 30-December 5. The state of Florida has welcomed the Mens Soccer National Championships on ve prior occasions, most recently in 2005 and 2006 in Daytona Beach. The Championships have since been held in Olathe, Kan. (2007), Fresno, Calif. (2008-09), Orange Beach, Ala. (2010-11) and Montgomery, Ala. (2012-13). We are grateful to have an incredible host partner in Northwood University, an NAIA member and one of the leading universities in south Florida, said George Linley, Executive Director of the Palm Beach County Sports Commission. Together with the NAIA, we are looking forward to bringing the pinnacle of collegiate soccer to Palm Beach County. Our venue, the Seacrest Soccer Complex and Hilltopper Stadium, has been home to many premier sporting events in the past, including national soccer tournaments and collegiate showcases. The Seacrest Soccer Complex and Hilltopper Stadium, which are owned by the City of Delray Beach, have hosted numerous athletic events in a variety of sports including soccer, lacrosse, eld hockey, rugby and ag and tackle football. The complex has also served as the venue for major collegiate sporting events most recently in March of 2012, when Hilltopper Stadium hosted an NCAA Division I Womens lacrosse showdown between perennial contenders Yale and Notre Dame. For more information about the 2014 and 2015 NAIA Mens Soccer National Championships, contact the Palm Beach County Sports Commission at (561) 233-3180.
The Pineapple Newspaper www.PineappleNewspaper.com Feb ruary 2014 25 What was just a dream eight years ago nally became a reality, he said of signing with St. Louis University. It just goes to show that with hard work and perseverance anything is possible. I am excited to begin the next chapter of my baseball career and in life. Justin Walker Walker, a student in the prestigious International Baccalaureate program at Suncoast High School, is a right-handed hitting third baseman, who has been training at ELEV|8 for the past year, following several years of high school baseball. Walker, who has spends summers volunteering, mentoring and umpiring at a youth baseball program run by his father, says he believes he has beneted greatly from the quality of coaching he received at Elev|8, in addition to the leadership skills he says will be important in the future. All three of these athletes are proof positive that our program can change lives, Alicea says. The values these young men have embraced, from teamwork to dedication, not only make them better athletes but also helps them become better people. About ELEV|8 Sports Institute ELEV|8 Sports Institute is a multisport training center offering a variety of programs, including a residential ninemonth academy program, professional athlete training, high-intensity training camps, and other customized training opportunities. ELEV|8 Sports Institute is a destination for athletes around the world and at all skill levels. ELEV|8 Sports Institute offers sport-specic training in basketball, baseball, lacrosse, and performance training. With the mission of Training Excellence, ELEV|8 is a leader in the athlete-training industry. For additional information, please visit www.ELEV8SportsInstitute.com ELEV|8 ATHLETES continued from page 17 Basketball standout Derrick (D.J.) Clayton, a 6-foot-5 shooting guard, signed a letter of commitment and is receiving a scholarship to play at Western Kentucky University. Suncoast High Schools Justin Walker (Baseball) has signed a letter of commitment to attend St. Louis University City kicks off 25th Annual Delray Beach Senior Games The Delray Beach Parks & Recreation Department is proud to announce the 25th Annual Senior Games starting January 31st through February 7th, at various locations throughout Delray Beach. The Delray Beach Senior Games gives people who are 50 years young or more the chance to revel in the spirit of goodwill, good sportsmanship and good health, win medals and advance to the Senior State Games. Enter any of the 12 exciting social, recreational and competitive events, starting at $15.00 per person for Delray Beach Residents and $25.00 per person for non-residents. Events are: Basketball Skills, Basketball 3-on-3, Billiards, Bowling, Croquet, Golf, Shufeboard, Swimming, Racewalk, Pickleball, Table Tennis and Track & Field. beetroot juice per day signicantly reduces blood pressure, according to a 2008 study from the London School of Medicine and the William Harvey Research Center at Barts. The high nitrate content of beetroot juice, which actually widens the blood vessels when it enters the body as nitrite, lowers blood pressure within one hour of ingestion. Surpassing the health kick trend, juicing holds amazing power to boost health and vitality and provides a cornucopia of wellness benets. Being organic isnt the only benet, the cold-press process maintains nutrients to balance pH and sugar levels, boost the immune system, detox the body, increase mental clarity, aid digestion, clear skin, and help with weight loss regimens. JuiceBuzz continues to quench the palate and imagination with innovative, delicious and healthy juices and smoothies. Be inspired, meet and mingle with the juice tenders and be invigorated with juice-tastic energy. The artsy, foodie and eclectic Atlantic Avenue in Delray is an idyllic location where visitors and locals can enjoy sip, stroll and savor the body-beautiful beverages day or evening. Cheers! JuiceBuzz is located at 6 NE 5th Avenue Delray Beach, FL 33483. For more information, please call (561) 278 6122. About the JuiceBuzz JuiceBuzz, located at 6 NE 5th Avenue, purees the freshest, most seasonal, vitaminrich fruits and vegetables into sensational smoothies as well as organic, cold-pressed juices and creative tinctures. Husband and wife team of Matthew Sheridan and Jacqueline Pfeffer-Sheridan are a zesty blend of partnership. Matthew has over 20 years of business expertise from a nance and sales career. His business acumen and principle responsibilities support the operation behind the juices. Local Yoga instructor, Jacqueline Pfeffer-Sheridan Yoga with Jax has been teaching yoga for seven years to her devoted followers. Her passion for a healthy lifestyle inspires the juice creations and fuels the soul. JUICEBUZZ continued from page 17January 31, 2014 Opening Ceremonies, 9:00 am, Pompey Park Free Healthwalk, open to everyone -10:00 am Starts at Pompey Park Bowling Singles 1:00 pm, Strikes at Boca Raton February 1, 2014 Track and Field, Atlantic High School, 8:00 am February 3, 2014 Golf (Option 1, State Qualier), Assigned Delray Municipal Billiards, 1:00 pm, Slate Billiards February 4, 2014 Basketball 3-on-3, 9:00 am, Pompey Park Golf (Option 2, Scramble), Assigned, Delray Municipal February 5, 2014 Croquet, 10:00 am, National Croquet Center Basketball Skills, 10:30 am, Community Center Shufeboard, 11:00 am, Veterans Park February 6, 2014 Pickleball, 9:00 am, Community Center Swimming, Warm-up 10:00 am, Aqua Crest Pool February 7, 2014 Pickleball, 9:00 am, Community Center Bowling Doubles/Mixed, 9:00 am. Strikes at Boca Raton Table Tennis, 10:30 am, Pompey Park For more information, please contact Danielle Beardsley (561) 243-7277 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
26 February 2014 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Pineapple Newspaper Package of 7 tests $139...Bring A friend $10 OFF package ABDOMINAL AORTIC ANEURYSM HEART SCAN ABDOMINAL SCAN PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE CAROTID DOPPLER OSTEOPOROSIS SCREENING THYROID SCREENING THYROID SCREENING FEBRUARY 19, 2014Delray Beach Community Center/Pompey Park 1101 NW 2nd St Delray Beach, FL, 33444 8:00 AM-12:00 PM FEBRUARY 27, 2014Boca Raton Community Center 150 Crawford Blvd, Boca Raton, FL 33452 9:30 AM1:30 PM Proactive Health Screenings will be performing ultrasound screening tests at your local Community Centers. Come Join Us! Be Proactive Not Reactive About Your Health! proactivehealthscreening.com Go from an attraction to a lifelong commitment of true love!By Jianny Adamo Special to The PineappleEveryone wants love but not everyone nds it. Interestingly enough, when you love or are in love, you know exactly what it is. Love paints our view of the world and bestows purpose and meaning to life. Somehow, when love is absent or lost, amnesia sets in. Its hard to dene love; you ask if its even real. You are either on a journey toward love or on a journey to defy it. Love is uid, offering different avors and depths. In the attraction phase, being in love is an emotion producing, strong affection and obsession for another. Its driven by chemistry racing around your brain and body, an experience many poets and artists have written about. Its euphoric and cannot be understood unless you have experienced it yourself. This experience is a hallmark of new love, marked with preoccupation with your beloved and making the world around you disappear. It transcends time and commands your attention. A threehour conversation with your beloved can seem like a blink of an eye when smitten with love. Existence quickly moves from okay to I can climb Mount Everest, simply because of your experience with love. But not every relationship experiences such a high, nor does experiencing this bliss determine the longevity of your relationship. Dopamine, the pleasure chemical in your brain, norepinephrine, which produces the racing heart and excitement, and endorphins--the bodys natural painkillers-act like magnets bringing lovers together in ecstasy. This chemical reaction produces a dependency on your love object. For some, the need for this natural high has tripped them up to becoming addicted to love, cycling through relationships looking for the next rush. On average, this phase lasts 18 to 36 months and is natures way of attracting us into venturing into real love. Consider the attraction phase the prelude. Many relationships naturally phase out here when there isnt enough interest, commonalities or shared values and goals. For those that continue, the next phase is attachment. The attachment phase centers on commitment. Youve moved through the fantasy and are ready to embrace real love. Its as if in the attraction phase, all the possibilities of what this love can bring ashes before your eyes--and in the attachment phase you get to build ittogether. Playing a key role in this stage are oxytocin, vasopressin and endorphins, which are released when having sex and when engaging in things that makes you feel close to your partner. They produce a general sense of well-being, including feeling soothed, peaceful and secure, leading to happy feelings and deeper attachment. The commitment or attachment needs to be strong, as problems and distractions will arise testing your patience, your love and at times, push you over the edge. Attachment and commitment are central in long-term relationships. Marriage cannot happen without these key ingredients. The pathways to attachment and commitment are developed initially in infancy with your primary caregiver. This is part of your emotional and social development and is necessary for your survival. As an infant, you attached to adults who were sensitive, responsive and consistent in their care for you. These caregivers or attachment gures became a source of security and based on their responses, you developed patterns of attachment. These primary relationships became your relationship blueprint guiding your perceptions, emotions, beliefs and expectations for future romantic relationships. This is why when you fall in love it feels like you have always known him or her...your other half. Theres a lot of work that goes on in this phase. You are building a home and a life together; youre establishing careers, and perhaps raising a family. At times, your different styles and personalities harmonize and at other times, clash. Whats important here is to be sensitive, responsive and consistent--be present and available to your partner and your relationship. Checking out mentally or emotionally can run the peril of riding a run-away train with no one at the helm. It takes conscious effort to maintain attitudes that ensure the success of your relationship. A perspective of a glass half full, works better than the glass half empty to keep you together. Its important you see the best in your mate; acknowledge and appreciate each other. The actions and the choices you make--even when you dont feel in love and at times may even question it-determine whether or not you sustain a satisfying relationship and keep love alive. In real love, your attitudes matter. Your actions matter. The choices you make matter. Being responsible matters. Having fun matters. Pleasure matters. Real love brings two strangers together for the dance of a lifetime. It gives you the opportunity to co-create the lives you desire and leads to deep personal growth and fulllment like no other relationship offers. In real love, each partner takes great care to satisfy the others needs and regards the other as his or her most valued prize; held in high esteem and with gratitude. There is a great sense of security and freedom in this form of love which comes with time. Statistically, lasting love has a greater chance in marriage than in cohabitation. Perhaps, its for the single notion of commitment. Real love guides us to live in peace and with vitality. It teaches us to have courage to face and rise above the challenges life brings. It inspires us to a spirit of generosity and kindness. It leads us to live with dignity and honor. And it reminds us to be quick to forgive as this is the journey of love. Jianny Adamo, LMHC, founder of Fearless Love Relationship Coaching and Counseling supports singles and couples to break through fears and limitations and to embrace a rewarding life centered on freedom to love, ability to connect deeply and live with purpose and vitality. For more information or a free consultation, please contact Jianny at 954-495-4566 or visit www.fearlesslove.net.YOUR LOVE DEFINED By Dr. Travis Lamperski Special to The PineappleAccording to the National Golf Foundation, there are 28.6 million golfers in the United States, with Florida having more golf courses than any other state.1,440! Studies show that 80% of players, at some point in their golf playing years, will experience back pain or suffer from some type of joint pain which will not only make their score suffer but will take all the enjoyment out of the game. With season in full swing, more and more people will be traveling to Florida to get away from the cold weather, the ice and snow and from being stuck indoors for days at a time. Players will be dusting off their golf clubs and making tee times. That being said, golf is not only a tough sport mentally, but physically as well. Regular chiropractic care has not only proven to keep your spine aligned but research shows it will also boost your golf performance. Lets start with proper posture and spinal alignment. Proper posture is extremely important on and off the golf course. Performing activates with the proper posture is not only essential for your health but for avoiding injuries as well. If your spine is out of alignment you can bet your golf game is out of alignment as well. Correct posture and spinal alignment will give you the biomechanical advantage over other players. Improving posture will advance your ability to strike the ball with more consistency by improving your range of motion, balance and stability. To swing a golf club our bodies need to perform in a synchronized fashion. A golf swing affects the spine with loading forces that are very rapid, intense and complex. The L4-L5 and L5-S1 discs are subject to the most compression in the spine, research shows that the amount of this load can reach up to eight times our body weight. For some of us, thats equivalent to 15002000 lbs with each swing, with the average golfer making about 35-45 swings, that is 70,000 lbs placed on your lower discs during each round! Very often this repetitive motion can lead to acute injuries such as bulging discs in the neck and low back, which if left untreated, can result in a very debilitating situation. When injured, the disc can place pressure on the spinal cord and/or spinal nerves causing pain, numbness and even weakness of the arms and legs making it very difcult to function day to day. Low back injuries are generally the biggest complaint amongst golfers. Injuries of the elbows, wrists & hands, shoulders and knees can happen just as often. When golfers experience any type of injuries, conservative treatment options should be their rst choice. There are a number of advanced treatments for golfers, including spinal adjustments, muscle release technique, cold laser therapy, non-surgical spinal decompression, rehabilitation exercises, anti-inammatory nutrition and advanced neurological therapies which can drastically improve balance and stability. Spinal adjustments are known to restore spinal mobility and reduce pain. A proper rehabilitation program should be created, not only for therapeutic reasons, but for injury preventative as well. Class IV cold laser therapy to the involved area will enhance the metabolism of local cells, increasing blood ow, reducing pain and swelling thus speeding up the healing time. Spinal decompression helps to reduce pressure within the discs to relocate it in a non-offending position. Advanced neurological rehabilitation procedures can improve the players balance, rhythm and tempo, which in turn will improve their golf swing. As we grow older, keeping an active lifestyle is more important than ever and you dont have to be a pro golfer to benet from chiropractic care. Dr. Travis Lamperski is a Board Certied Chiropractic Physician with The Conde Center for Chiropractic Neurology. Our ofce provides specialized care for difcult cases of back-neck pain, numbness-tingling, vertigo-dizziness balance disorders, bromyalgia, migraines, AD/HD, autism, and dyslexia. Visit www.thecondecenter. com. or call (561) 330-6096, or email drlamperski@ thecondecenter.com.Chiropractic improves golfers performance Soccer Shots, an intro to soccer, at Veterans Park Soccer Shots is the national leader in youth soccer development for children ages 2 through 8. This intro-to-soccer program has been created under the guidance of childhood education specialists. By enrolling your child in Soccer shots, you can expect your child to have an overall increased understanding of team dynamics, character formation, skill development and coordination through fun tness activities. No gear needed! All soccer equipment is provided. Ages: 2-8 years Days: Saturdays 9:30 am-10:30 am Place: Outside at Veterans, 802 NE 1st Street, Delray Beach For more information or to register please contact Samantha Roland, Recreation Supervisor II, at (561) 243-7350 or by email at Roland@mydelraybeach.com. Winter 2014 Session Dates: Now through March 8, 2014 Cost: $65 Residents / $70 Nonresidents per 8 week winter session Spring 2014 Session Dates: March 22 May 31, 2014 (No Class April 26th) Cost: $80 Residents / $85 Nonresidents per 10 week spring session
The Pineapple Newspaper www.PineappleNewspaper.com Feb ruary 2014 27 DELRAY BEACH, FL Less than a year after SloBody conditioning infused yoga rst opened its doors in Delray Beach, the personalized and high-caliber tutelage of founders Kirk Slobody and Janine Tiede, continues to inuence and change the way South Floridians are seeing both yoga and tness today. SloBody which Strengthens, Lengthens, and Opens the Body kicked off 2014 with a ribbon cutting ceremony featuring the Greater Delray Chamber of Commerce. The Grand Welcoming event at SloBodys studio at 209 NE 5th Terrace in Delray Beach, featured a ribbon cutting with the Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce as well as a tour and history of SloBodys facility, a meet-and-greet with the founders as well as students, photos from classes and events over the past year, rafes courtesy of numerous local Delray Beach establishments, and delicious and healthy refreshments and food. Our welcome to the Delray Beach community over this past year has been truly wonderful, said co-founder Tiede. Now its our turn to thank the local businesses that have supported us, the community that has adopted us, and our students who have dedicated themselves to the practice of SloBody. SloBody is also using the Grand Welcoming party as an opportunity to introduce a variety of new offerings including its new TheraStrech (Therapeutic Stretch) class and new Ramp Up program. Designed to get folks the best results possible out of their group training program in the shortest amount of time, TheraStretch is geared to those with limited mobility, new to yoga and stretching, and/or deconditioned. The Ramp Up program is for all new SloBody students and consists of a consultation and three 30min private training sessions. Former NCAA Division I athletes, Certied Personal Trainers, Yoga Instructors and Masters at breaking movement down, Kirk Slobody and Janine Tiede, created SloBody. By stripping Yoga to the essence of what makes it great exercise and blending it with old school conditioning (squats, lunges, core work, push-ups) they created a unique workout that builds: strength, awareness, balance, exibility, and mobility. Learn more at www.SloBody.com. My personal trainer once bit meBy Dr. Raul Rodriguez Special to The PineappleOK not really, but she did get me in really good shape and made me a believer in personal training. Professionally facilitated tness involves working with tness and nutrition specialists to achieve professional grade results. Professional grade refers to achieving results and performance levels that are usually seen in elite level athletes. The common misconception is that you need to be an aspiring Olympian to justify taking your tness this seriously. If your health and global state of wellness are important to you, then that is justication enough. I had always taken my tness seriously, but had also always thought that personal trainers and nutritionists were only for professional athletes and celebrities. I had worked out on my own since high school, picking up basic exercises from other people in the gym and a few books. I worked hard at it and enjoyed pretty good results. When I was in my 20s it all came easy and I really thought I knew it all. After medical school I was convinced that I knew more than any trainer or nutritionist could not imagine ever wanting or needing one. Reality set in after reaching my later 30s. When the effects of age started to work against my human physiology, I nally accepted that maybe, just maybe, some trainer somewhere would have something to offer me. If you are in your 30s or older, then you know exactly what I mean. Our ability to train, heal and recover is greatly affected by age. Exercise practices that worked in our 20s can outright injure us when we are older. I found this out the hard way, even though I had never let up on my training and tried hard to maintain tness since the age of 13. I started to experience injuries and they seemed to take so long to heal. If I stubbornly tried to do things the old way, I would injure myself even more. Soon the time lost to injury caught up to me and I started to lose tness because I could not train often enough. I nally broke down and got my rst personal trainer. Finding the right personal trainer is very important. I went through 3 of them before I found the right one. The rst one was just not competent and simply misrepresented his degree of expertise. The second one pushed me way too hard, which led to overtraining and even more injuries than before. The third one could have been a tness model but was also not that effective at helping me get results for myself. The right trainer for me, which is the one I still train with to this day, was the one that was able to get the injuries to stop and the results to return. The results that I achieved with my trainer were results that I had never achieved before, even in my 20s. It was then that I realized that there was much that I did not know, even being a physician. I also came to understand the other benets of working out under the guidance of a trainer. An extra set of attentive eyes helps watch and correct your form. Advanced knowledge of exercises and growing familiarity with your abilities facilitates appropriate weight and repetition selections. Careful observation helps determine when to push harder as well as when to pull back. The best trainer is the one that knows you and the science of tness training well enough to push you to your very limit, but never past it to the point where you actually injure yourself. The best trainer also mixes it up and keeps it interesting. Monotony is one of the worst things that could happen your training regimen. The personal relationship with your trainer also helps boost your motivation and adds accountability to keep you from slacking off. The overall quality, efciency and consistency of trainer directed workouts are so much greater than most self-led workouts. Careful study and experimentation have led to the development of safer and more efcient training regimens that are custom tailored to meet each individuals needs. Functional training exercises focus on training bodily movements rather than isolated muscles. Agility and balance exercises can appear difcult but are actually very fun and add a fresh challenge to any workout. High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is an enhanced form of interval training that alternates intense anaerobic efforts with recovery periods to create a quality cardiovascular workout. Body sculpting involves using specic exercises to signicantly change body proportions to that which is desired. These popular training forms deliver prominent and consistent gains with fewer injury setbacks. Having dietary needs addressed professionally with a licensed nutritionist really makes the difference as far as losing the most body fat and improving energy levels. Once you reach a certain level of tness, you cannot imagine ever going back to the way it was before. My trainer made the biggest difference in me getting there and I have no intention of ever going back. If I can do it with the appropriate professional help, how could you not possibly be able to?Dr. Rodriguez is the founder of the Delray Center for Healing and Performance Fitness & Nutrition. PFN is a professional tness studio that focuses on progressive training techniques and nutritional optimization. Delray Center For Healing 403 SE 1st Street, Delray Beach, FL 33483 www.delraycenter.com 888-699-5679 SloBody celebrates 2014 in Delray Beach with Grand Welcoming and Ribbon Cutting
28 February 2014 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Pineapple Newspaper fashion & beauty By Dianne E. Adams Special to The Pineapple Its February and things are dull, the holidays are over and summer seems like an eternity away. There is a way to break up the doldrums of winter and that is to be sure you have the shiniest hair in town. We all know that shiny hair looks more beautiful and when our hair looks beautiful we feel better and as far as I am concerned, thats the name of the game. There are lots of ways to get and keep hair shiny, some are very inexpensive and you can do yourself, some cost a bit more and have to be done in the salon. It doesnt matter what you do, what does matter is that you do it! Some home remedy tips that are inexpensive and easy. 1 Mayonnaise, dampen hair with warm water, but not dripping, apply as much mayo as you need to completely coat your hair and saturate your strands, wrap your head in plastic wrap or use a shower cap. (the plastic will seal in the warmth from your body to help open the cuticle of your hair so the mayonnaise can penetrate better) leave on 20 to 30 minutes. Shampoo with a moisturizing shampoo, probably more than once, style as usual, you will see an immediate boost! 2. Apple Cider Vinegar, shampoo your hair with your favorite high quality shampoo, mix equal parts of apple cider vinegar and water, put in a spray bottle and douse your clean hair with the mixture, leave on for 5 minutes rinse well. You will not even need conditioner, dry and style as usual, and you will see a glow you didnt have 10 minutes before! 3. Yogurt, brush dry hair well to remove any knots, take a container of plain yogurt and spread it all over your tresses, tie it up and wrap in plastic or use a shower cap, leave it on for 20 to 30 minutes then shampoo, condition and style as usual and you will see shine, bounce and resilience that was not there before! Here are some things that we can do for you at the salon 1. Gloss, it can be applied with a single process (roots) or on its own, gloss can be clear or it can have color in it, a gloss usually lasts about 4 weeks and will add shine and also helps close down the cuticle which will make your hair look shiny and healthy. It is my opinion that a single process (roots) that does not include a gloss is an incomplete color service. I feel that if your base has been colored you must gloss the entire head to make everything even, shiny and beautiful. 2. Keratin, this is a more costly option but a Keratin will boost elasticity, reduce frizz, close down the cuticle and add a layer of Keratin (your hair is made of Keratin) in turn your hair will be healthier, and less frizzy which in turn will make it shinier. 3. Shine products, hair oil & shine spray are all great options, they are temporary but they work wonders, many of these products also keep humidity out and keep moisture in so invest in a product that your stylist recommends and add it to your beauty regimen. 4. Flat iron, its just a fact that straighter hair will reect light better than curly hair, so invest in a good at iron, get thermal protector and go for it, once you have done it a few times it will get easier (I promise) after you have achieve the desired effect use your hair oil or shine spray to add the glossy nishing touch. Remember shiny hair is beautiful so try a few of these tips and shine on! Dianne E. Adams is owner-stylist of Studio Seven Hair in Pineapple Grove. ( V isit www.StudioSevenHairDelray.com For every adult or child who visits any Delray Beach Hair Cuttery salon to purchase a haircut on February 4-5, a free haircut certicate will be donated to a homeless person right in their community through local organizations such as the United Way and Salvation Army. Hair Cuttery salons nationwide have participated in the annual August ShareA-Haircut program, where for every childs haircut purchased, one in turn is donated to a disadvantaged child in the community, just in time for back-to-school. Hair Cuttery is now adding another way to give with next months Share-A-Haircut for the homeless. Through our Share-A-Haircut program, more than 725,000 free haircut certicates have been donated to children in need over the years, said Dennis Ratner, Founder and CEO of Hair Cuttery. Were evolving this program so adults in the community who are in need of a fresh look for a job interview or simply for added selfcondence as they get back on their feet can benet as well. In partnership with government and nonprot social service organizations near each salon location, vouchers are distributed to adults to obtain a free haircut this winter. Last year, 100,000 free haircut certicates were donated through Share-A-Haircut at nearly 900 Hair Cuttery salon locations nationwide, a result of excellent participation from Hair Cuttery communities. Hair Cuttery is proud of its history of charitable giving through local and national causes, including (but not limited to): Dress for Success, American Cancer Society, Special Olympics, Buzzing 4 Change, The St. Baldricks Foundation, Easter Seals, The Hero Campaign and Susan G. Komen for the Cure. For info visit www.haircuttery.com Hair Styles Shine OnDELRAY BEACH, FL The Delray Beach Elks Lodge Third Annual Cut4-A-Cause was a huge success. Special thanks to generous hairdressers from Naked Hair Salon, Salvatore Hair and Denise Swyryt. This years beneciary was Atlantic Community High Schools AVID program. The program exposes students to a college mindset through test prep, seminars, tips for better organization skills, and eld trips to various colleges. These opportunities help students achieve their goals in advanced high school courses and in attending college. Join the Delray Elks if you have the same passion for having fun and doing great things for our community, our state and our nation.Cut-4-A-Cause a huge success! 7 Dianne E. Adams Introduces 140 NE 2ND AVE. DELRAY BEACH | STUDIOSEVENHAIRDELRAY.COM CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT: 561.859.1737 ITS ALL ABOUT YOU. Owner Dianne E. Adams Hair Cuttery Salons In Delray Beach to provide free haircuts for the homeless Not to be combined with any other specials. Offers expire 2/28/14
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30 February 2014 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Pineapple Newspaper A YOLO MOMENT?Question Hey Jack, Alright... My problem is short and sweet. Ive been dating this guy for a little over a month, hes cool and we have a lot of fun together. Is he my soul mate? Probably not. But he has opened my eyes to a... well say a new side of myself. Things are great and weve had a lot of fun, but now he wants to go from Shades of Gray to Eyes Wide Shut. Are you following me? Now, I know better than to do something I dont want to do, or something I am uncomfortable with, but I am completely torn. It sounds intriguing and adventurous, but on the other hand who does he think he is?!?! Am I being a naive for letting him manipulate me into doing this? I have been racking my brain with this and I cant tell my friends about it. So should I (for the lack of a better term) YOLO it and just have a good time? Or should I preserve the little bit of innocence I have left and not open pandoras box?Answer I dont think I can answer your direct should I do it, question any better than you can. It comes down to, which would you regret more: going through with it, or not. Its good to be in a relationship with a partner that encourages you to expand your horizons and interests, so long as youre happy and comfortable with it, but its up to you to determine if these new horizons and interests are directions you want to go. Getting involved with a guy that only likes to watch and play sports is a terrible idea if you arent interested in sports. But it seems that you do like sports, youre just not sure how much. What I nd interesting is the interplay of this guy and your new relationship. You say he isnt your soul mate, and chances are youre right, but it seems that you do have some sort of feelings for him beyond the physical. If he was a sexy mannequin and this was strictly physical, you probably wouldnt have written in. Simply, either youd want to go there with him, or not. Your pleasant description of him and that you were a little offended by his ask seems to indicate that this might be more than just a physical thing, good long term prospects or not. You should sort out your issues with him before pushing the envelope on something you arent sure about. Whats the rush? This opportunity is not going anywhere. Im not a prude, but in one month he has changed a very personal part of your life and asked you to participate in an adventure youre not sure youre ready for. This could be his manipulative MO: meet new woman, invite her along for fun, nd next woman for party, repeat. He also could be very interested in you and wants to share this part of himself because this is his genuine article. You might have no real interest in him, but hes fun and cool and youd like to try this...and on and on. You might be ne with all this unknown, but until you can get a clearer view of, primarily what you want, and secondarily, what he wants, you should maybe hold off so your decision is as informed as possible. Also, talk to him about it. If you tell him you want to think about it, and he pressures you, then you know his intentions. With that knowledge you can make a clearer decision. If you are gung-ho regardless of what he says, and it sounds awesome, by all means dive in. Most importantly, if you do actually like him, dont do something to simply appease him, that will likely result in regret. Only do (or not do) this for you. Remember, you cant take back whats been done, but you can always participate when youre appropriately revved up and ready. Dear Delray, I am a one question a month kind of guy, so please send your trials and tribulations to email@example.com and we can have some fun. resort wear stores, strutting the sidewalks in the center of Downtown Delray Beach on a bustling Saturday night, to promote the beginning of Fabulous Fashion Week in 2014! We wanted to create a splash of excitement and buzz that Fashion Week had begun and at the same time, share with the customers the schedule of the weeks happenings, expresses, Laura Simon, Associate Director, DDA. The activities of the week consisted of scheduled trunk shows, meet the designer gatherings, model for a day events, beauty makeovers, anti-aging seminars with top national doctors. High-fashion evening events were set up in various stylish locations throughout the downtown from the beach to Pineapple Grove, showcasing swimwear, menswear, resort wear, ready-to-wear, along with evening wear and accessories creating many memorable activities that drew in thousands of visitors to the area. The weeks signature event was the 2nd Annual Fabulous Fashion Show, which raised $1,500 for the Dress for Success of the Palm Beaches organization. The show took place on the famed Atlantic Avenue in front of the Historic Colony Hotel, illustrating the truly wide variety and diversity of gorgeous seaside apparel and accessories available to be purchased in downtown Delray Beach, Florida. This fabulous fashion event, emceed by Jule Guaglardi, owner and designer of Roxy Lulu Boutique, and Chris Cruz, the radio and TV personality from Y-100, showcased 150 outts of beachwear, resort and evening wear from designers from Miami to Italy and many other destinations around the world, it also showcased local Delray designers, such as Furst, Roxy Lulu, Zen Dali, and Oh My Bod, which in addition to carrying other designer labels in their shops, they also carry their very own designs. Delray Beach has been experiencing steady growth and expansion in luxury developments and commercial ventures during a time when the world and the United States specically, have not fully recovered from the economic crisis of 2008. However, despite the slow movement in other regions, our charismatic and fashionable Village by the Sea is receiving both national and international acclaim through todays hottest travel programs and through rstrate newspapers, such as the New York Times. We are a bustling beachside town lled with creative energy, cultural diversity, kicking nightlife, serious style, a community focused on wellness and healthy living, and a city with capable, motivated individuals with a compassionate heart. Delrays Fabulous Fashion Week was an example of the wide range of talent, creativity, high style and compassion this downtown business community, and the DDA, continuously bring to the table, states Jule Guaglardi, owner Roxy Lulu Boutique. Additional volunteers and sponsors that helped to make Delrays First Annual Fabulous Fashion Week a success, included the Colony Hotel, Sloans Ice Cream, La Cigale, Solita Restaurant, Salt 7, The Sandbar, One Redline Photography, VUM Media, Delray Garden Center. For more information about Delray Beachs Fabulous Fashion Week, visit Delrays Downtown Development Authoritys website at www. downtowndelraybeach.com or Like the Delray DDA on Facebook at fb.com/DelrayDDA. FASHION WEEK continued from page 17 DELRAY BEACH FASHION WEEK Lynn University Raises Curtain on 2014 with Stayin Alive Lynn University and producer Jan McArt, director of theatre arts program development, are kicking off the New Year with STAYIN ALIVE presented by the Libby Dodsons LIVE AT LYNN Theatre Series: February 15 and 16. Saturday 7:30 p.m. Sunday 4 p.m. One Night of The Bee Gees! This show pays homage one of the most legendary groups of all time The Bee Gees, who provided the soundtrack to the blockbuster disco ick, Saturday Night Fever. Three talented singers will rekindle the magic memories of numerous mega-hits like How Deep is Your Love. Individual show tickets for STAYING ALIVE are $40 for Box, $30 for Orchestra and $25 for Mezzanine, and can be purchased by phone at 561.237.9000; online at http:// give.lynn.edu/theatrearts; or at the Boice Box Ofce in the Wold Performing Arts Center on the Lynn University campus, on the west side of Military Trail in Boca Raton.
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The Pineapple Newspaper www.PineappleNewspaper.com Feb ruary 2014 33 DELRAY BEACH, FL Stephanie Immelman, executive director of the Delray Beach Marketing Cooperative is pleased to announce that Stephen Chrisanthus has been named the organizations associate director. Chrisanthus, 34, has a strong background in marketing and nance and is focused on destination marketing and promoting Delray Beach globally to business and leisure travelers with a goal of making a signicant impact on the communitys economic development efforts. The former owner and marketing manager of a beach club in the Mexican resort community of Cabo San Lucas, Chrisanthus works closely with local hotels, restaurants and others in the hospitality industry, hoping to increase tourism-related visits to the area throughout the year, with an emphasis on the summer and shoulder seasons. Delray Beach is easy to promote because it has a lot to offer, he said. Receiving the Most Fun Small Town in America designation has helped people become more familiar with Delray Beach. Now they need to know all there is to do here, not just during the winter months but also during the summer and shoulder seasons. Chrisanthus said the DBMC under Immelmans direction is focused on continuing to expand its events beyond the citys traditional downtown and promote the entire area. Prior to coming to Delray Beach, Chrisanthus served as the director of marketing and business development for an independent nance and insurance company and has also Delray Beach Marketing Cooperative names Stephen Chrisanthus as Associate DirectorCLEMSONS JOHN KELLY SELECTED AS SEVENTH PRESIDENT OF FLORIDA ATLANTICContinued on page 40BOCA RATON, FL John Kelly, Ph.D., was selected as Florida Atlantic Universitys seventh president by the Universitys 13-member Board of Trustees. The Board of Trustees on Friday selected Kelly, 59, over two other nalists, Christopher Earley and former U.S. Sen. George LeMieux. Today marks a great day in the history of FAU, said Anthony Barbar, chair of FAUs Board of Trustees. We are proud of our selection of Dr. Kelly as our leader, and we are condent that his vision will guide FAU to its next level of greatness. Kelly has been the vice president of economic development at Clemson University, where he was tasked with developing and implementing university policy, strategic planning, hiring strategies, communication and budgeting. I am privileged to have been selected as the next president of FAU, said Kelly. It was a long and open process, and I am honored that the Board of Trustees unanimously chose me to lead FAU. Kelly is a big supporter of sports and said he hopes to strengthen FAUs athletic programs to create excitement among students and alumni. While FAU has struggled to compete with other state universities for funding, Kelly said the university needs to think bigger. If we complete globally, we automatically compete locally, he told the trustees. When you have a national reputation, more nancial resources are going to come. Students from other states will all want to come to Boca Raton. Since January 2007, Kelly has served as executive director of the Clemson University Restoration Institute, where he built a highly collaborative team to educate students and direct research in energy systems. In addition, he had overall responsibility for the public service mission of the university and served as the State of South Carolina agency head of Clemson University Public Service Activities including the S.C. Experiment Station, Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service, Regulatory Services and Livestock Poultry Health, with programs in 46 counties. Kelly also oversaw Clemson University Undergraduate Service Learning and had administrative responsibility of numerous Institutes and Centers. Kelly earned his doctoral and masters degrees from The Ohio State University and his bachelors degree from Clemson University. Kelly succeeds Mary Jane Saunders, Ph.D., who stepped down as FAUs sixth president in May 2013. New FAU President John KellyDELRAY BEACH, FL The Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce boasts many reasons why a business might want to join and participate but one of the organizations Leads Groups, the Delray Business Partners, can give thousands of reasons why it would be more than worth joining. Leads Groups are entities within the Chamber comprised of local business people who share a simple beliefthat they can be more successful together than on their own. Through leads, referrals, sharing of best practices and encouraging each other through common experiences, each group builds a network of trust and condence that helps its members thrive. Under the leadership of Kelli Freeman, Chairman of the Delray Business Partners Leads Group, the group has set a record for collaboration with one another. During 2013, the 33 members of the Delray Business Partners generated more than $222,000 of gross sales dollars by doing business with one another as well as by referring their colleagues in the group to other potential clients. Shaun Telford, President of PerfecTemp Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, and a member of the Group states, People like to do business with people they know, like and trust and this group certainly provides the means through which to do that. I have received many referrals from our Delray Business Partner members and certainly appreciate their condence in PerfecTemp. According to Ms. Freeman, Chamber leads groups allow members to develop strong relationships with their counterparts in a variety of other businesses. At each meeting, members are encouraged to exchange business leadspotential clients or customers for other members of the group. In effect, their contacts become your contacts; their customers can become your customers. Members also rotate making short presentations about their businesses. For more information about the Greater Delray Chamber of Commerce and their Leads Groups, contact Kim Bentcover at (561) 278-0424, ext. 106 or visit their website at http://www.delraybeach.com/leads-groups. Delray Chamber leads group generates more than $222,000 in gross dollar sales among its members www.PineappleNewspaper.com FEBRUAR Y 2014 T he Pineapple Business & real estateDelray Beach Open by The Venetian Las Vegas Collaborates with Woo CreativeDelray Beach creative agency rebrands Intl Tennis TournamentDELRAY BEACH, FL The Delray Beach Open by The Venetian Las Vegas is proud to announce its partnership with Woo Creative as the ofcial marketing and branding rm for the 2014 tennis tournament. The inventive team at Woo Creative has created marketing materials for both print and web in preparation for the 2014 Delray Beach Open, kicking off on Valentines Day/Presidents Day weekend and running through February 23. This year marks the second consecutive year that Woo Creative has been a part of the Delray Beach Open as both a collaborator and a sponsor. The 7-person group entered the project in 2014 with fresh ideas for the 10-day tournament, and faced the unique challenge of rebranding the tournament as the Delray Beach Open from its previous title, the International Tennis Championships. Working with the Delray Beach Open is a perfect t for our company, said Ryan Boylston, founder and CEO of Woo Creative. Its the premier Delray Beach event and it needed to look the part. We accomplished this by renaming and rebranding the event, and applying an evolutionary approach to their creative. The Delray Beach-based company designs and produces original projects for a diverse client list, ranging from Arts Garage locally to Harbourside Place, located in Jupiter. The innovative team works harmoniously to generate ideas that alter perceptions and generates solutions that push past the status quo. The Delray Beach Open By the Venetian Las Vegas is the only ATP tournament in the world featuring an ATP Champions Tour event and an ATP World Tour event in the same week at the same Continued on page 40 Stephen Chrisanthus
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The Pineapple Newspaper www.PineappleNewspaper.com Feb ruary 2014 35 BRINKLEY MORGAN HOSTS HELPING HANDS FOOD DRIVE TO CELEBRATE GRAND OPENING OF NEW BOCA OFFICE BOCA RATON, FL The law rm of Brinkley Morgan recently celebrated the grand opening of its new Boca Raton ofce with a food drive benetting Boca Helping Hands, a community-based charity that provides food and emergency assistance and job mentoring services to meet basic human needs. Attorneys and staff at the rms Fort Lauderdale and Boca Raton ofces collected nearly 1,000 pounds of food that will be distributed to clients in need at the Boca Helping Hands Food Center. The rms donation included canned fruits and vegetables, pasta, beans, rice, soup, cereal, canned and boxed milk, and other nonperishable foods. Boca Helping Hands is a hard-working organization that offers valuable resources, programming and services to Boca Ratons must vulnerable residents, said Brinkley Morgan Managing Partner Philip Morgan. When we opened our new ofce at One Boca Place, it seemed like a natural t to celebrate the occasion by helping an organization that helps so many in our community. Boca Helping Hands Executive Director James Gavrilos said, Thanks to businesses like Brinkley Morgan, we are able to serve people who otherwise might not have anywhere to turn. We thank all the attorneys and staff in the rms Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale ofces who helped make this food drive such a success. Founded in 1975, Brinkley Morgan is committed to helping others through the rms charitable campaign, Brinkley Morgan Cares. In addition to helping Boca Helping Hands, the rm has also held various drives for non-prots such as ChildNet and Kids in Distress of Broward and Palm Beach counties, the Literacy Coalition of Palm Beach, Feeding South Florida, and the Broward Partnership for the Homeless. Brinkley Morgans new Boca Raton ofce is located at 2255 Glades Road and offers a full range of legal services. Attorneys practicing at the rms new ofce include Jodi Colton, Kenneth Gordon, William Kramer, Yueh-Mei Kim Nutter, Marissa Pullano, David Riggs, Ronald Siegel, and Roberta Stanley, among others. For more information, call 561-241-3113 or visit BrinkleyMorgan.com. ARLENE HERSON APPOINTED TO GOLD COAST TIGER BAY CLUB Boca Raton Radio/TV personality, celebrity interviewer and public speaker Arlene Herson has been appointed to the Gold Coast Tiger Bay Club board of directors, it was announced by Tiger Bay Club Chairman Jamie Titcomb. Arlene is a dynamic community activist and we know she will be a tremendous asset to the board, said Titcomb. Herson has had a remarkable career interviewing celebrities on television on the award winning, The Arlene Herson Show, and on the radio on Florida Forum. She produced The Magic Flute with Victor Borge conducting, and the musical 1776 with members of Congress playing our founding fathers, at the historic Constitution Hall in Washington, DC. She is also a public speaker and a journalist. Hundreds of nationally known personalities have been interviewed by Herson, revealing meaningful, inspirational and personal stories, oftentimes never heard before. Sammy Davis, Jr., Tony Bennett, Julio Iglesias, Suzanne Somers, Danny DeVito, Chuck Norris, Placido Domingo, Paul Anka, Neil Sedaka, Linda Evans, Phyllis Diller, and Gloria Steinem were just a few of her guests. Herson has been honored by an appointment from President George W. Bush to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council, Governor Jeb Bush to the Florida Film & Entertainment Advisory Council, and President George H. W. Bush to the Take Pride In America Advisory Board. She is one of the few non-lawyers appointed to the Florida Bar Grievance Committee. The next meeting of the Tiger Bay Club is 11:30 a.m. Jan. 21 at Bogarts in the Premiere level of the Boca Palace Cinemark Theatres, featuring Mayoral candidate current vice mayor Susan Haynie and candidates for Boca City Council. See www.goldcoasttigerbayclub. com for reservations or call 561.852.0000 for more information. INSURANCE BROKERAGE VETERAN RON RESHEFSKY ANNOUNCES LAUNCH OF CENTURY RISK ADVISORS BOCA RATON, FL Insurance brokerage veteran Ron Reshefsky announced his return to the independent brokerage agency arena with the launch of a new risk management and insurance brokerage rm, Century Risk Advisors (CRA). Based in Boca Raton and serving clients on a national scope, Century Risk Advisors provides businesses, public entities, professional service providers and individuals with insurance and risk management services. Reshefsky, who serves as Chairman of Century Risk Advisors, has launched the new agency with his son, Gary Reshefsky, Principal of the rm. CRA provides innovative and value-driven services for property & casualty insurance, risk management consulting, employee benets and personal insurance needs. The companys goal is to identify an accounts exposures to loss and to then design risk management and insurance programs that mitigate the risks if they cannot be eliminated or transferred. The companys Private Client Team extends its risk management expertise to the needs of high net worth individuals and families who have complex and unique personal insurance needs (i.e. for high value homes, luxury automobiles, recreational vehicles, jewelry and ne art collections). Striving to provide its clients with the best services in the industry, Reshefsky has recruited several highly experienced key individuals from his previous company, Century Financial Services, along with a number of extremely talented risk management professionals from other prominent national insurance companies. The rm is also looking to hire the best of the best in the industry with positions currently available for top Property & Casualty Sales Executives. Qualied applicants can visit www.centuryriskadvisors. com for more information. Century Risk Advisors is located at 2600 North Military Trail, Suite 240 in Boca Raton, Florida. For more information call 561.409.2420 or visit www.centuryriskadvisors.com. biz briefs Ronald Siegel, William Kramer, Boca Raton Deputy Mayor Susan Haynie, Philip Morgan, Yueh-Mei Kim Nutter UNDER CONTRACT SOLD PRICE REDUCED JUST LISTED JUST LISTED SOLD 100 NE 5th Ave | Delray Beach, FL 33483 Office: 561-266-3119 Fax: 561-491-5178 TrueFloridianRealty.com TrueFloridianRealty@gmail.com Gary Reshefsky, Principal, and Ron Reshefsky, Chairman, of Century Risk Advisors (CRA)
36 February 2014 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Pineapple Newspaper biz briefs FINANCIAL CONVERSATIONS CONTINUES AT THE DELRAY BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY The Delray Beach Public Library is pleased to continue an exciting and informative series entitled: Financial Conversations on Mondays sponsored by Merrill Lynch Wealth Management and Louise Weir Glover, Financial Advisor. This series will take place on the rst Monday of the month Monday February 3, 2014 from 4:30 5:30 p.m. the topic will be Taking Control of Your Retirement. Monday, March 3, 2014 from 4:30 5:30 p.m. the topic will be Consider Health Care Costs When Planning Your Retirement. You wont want miss this innovative and educational series. Light refreshments will be served and registration is required as seating is limited. For further information and to register, please call 561-276-1608. This program is free and open to the public. For further information on the many other free programs at the Delray Beach Public Library, please call the Director of Community Relations @ 561-266-9490 or visit our website at www. delraylibrary.org. Please like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/DelrayBeachPublicLibrary. CLIENTS OF BUSINESS CONSULTANTS OF SOUTH FLORIDA ON THE MOVE . AGAIN! Business Consultants of South Florida (BCoSF) www.BCoSF.com, a Delray Beach based Business, Marketing and Sales Consulting Company has clients on the move. Salon Trace just celebrated their one-year anniversary in December. After hiring BCoSF to help them with their business and marketing plan for the upcoming year, Salon Trace has been growing at a steady pace. If you know of a hair stylist looking for an awesome new place to work; Salon Trace is the place! Contact Lisa or Taylor at (561) 272-2328. Staying true to their vision, Lisa and Taylor Trace are passionate about having a Delray Beach salon where clients not only come for their expert hair services but also because it is a warm, friendly atmosphere that makes everyone feel like they are home. Go to www.SalonTrace. com for more information about their services. Emiliano Brooks, owner of Emiliano Brooks Productions, Inc, recently purchased a new Canon 70-200mm camera lense that will allow him to service his photography clientele in an even more professional manner. Are you looking for a place in downtown Delray to get a professional headshot in under an hour? Contact Emiliano today at (954) 854-6148. For information on all of his services including photography, print, architectural signage and much more, go to www.EmilianoBrooks.com. Athletes Edge Boca Raton, LLC. hired BCoSF to assist them to create their one year marketing & sales plan. They are gearing up to launch their new Corporate Fitness Training program. Located in Boca Raton, Athletes Edge is a company with a history in Sports Performance training for youth. Started by Don Icsman, an ex-NFL player and two colleagues, Athletes Edge is passionate about bringing quality training like professionals receive to young athletes. Look for more information coming soon at www. AthletesEdgePerformance.com or contact Joe Horter at (954) 406-0716 x2 Kimberly West, partner at BCoSF attended the FETC Conference in Orlando on January 28th to 31st on behalf of BCoSF client, Educational Consulting Inc. ECI are the founders of a global behavioral analysis software, ObserverWare. FETC is the contentrich conference that brings education leaders and technology experts together to exchange techniques and strategies for teaching and learning success. For more information on ObserverWare go to www.ObserverWare.com. THE PORCH OPENS FOR BUSINESS AT HISTORIC BLANK HOUSE The Porch is happy to announce that they are open for business serving seafood, pizza and pasta daily. Open for dinner at 5pm starting Monday, January 27th and soon to be open for lunch, The Porch is located in the Historic Blank House at 85 SE 6th Avenue with a beautiful new outdoor deck. (561) 3033647 www.theporchdelraybeach.com FIFTH THIRD BANK HIRES JAMES GREEN AS MORTGAGE BANKER WEST PALM BEACH, FL Fifth Third Bank (South Florida) recently hired James Green as a mortgage banker for clients with residential mortgage loans up to $10 million. Green has more than eight years of experience in nance and was previously a Senior Mortgage Consultant in West Palm Beach. James mortgage experience and knowledge of the local market make him an asset to Fifth Third especially as we continue to expand our presence in South Florida, said Andy Insua, SVP, Afliate Division Head of Mortgage. Were excited to welcome him to the team. Green attended Palm Beach State College. In his free time, he volunteers with Boca Helping Hands and is currently involved in a fundraising project for The Milagro Center, an arts and education program for children in Delray Beach. HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF SOUTH PALM BEACH COUNTY AWARDED A $95,000 LEADING THE WAY HOME (R) PRIORITY PROGRAM MARKETS INITIATIVE GRANT The Wells Fargos Housing Foundation has recognized Habitat of Humanity of South Palm Beach County (HFHSPBC) with The Leading the Way Home program Priority Markets Initiative grant in the amount of $95.000. This grant supports neighborhood projects located in areas designated for revitalization to help accelerate growth, stability and investment in distressed areas. The Leading the Way Home(R) program Priority Markets Initiative grants are administered through the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation. The Housing Foundation has invested more than $284 million, since 1993 to support affordable housing and community revitalization programs. Housing Foundation programs have also delivered 4.7 million volunteer hours to build or rehabilitate more than 5,000 homes during the past 20 years. We are deeply honored to be chosen for the Leading the Way Home program Priority Markets Initiative Grant said Habitat Executive Director, Michael Campbell. This award will allow us to continue our mission to build stronger, safer neighborhoods. The Wells Fargos Housing Foundation is the lead sponsor of Habitats Ocean Breeze West project. This 21-new home community, located in the Heart of Boynton Beach, came to fruition through collaboration with the City of Boynton Beach, the Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) and the Boynton Beach Faith Based Community Development Corporation (CDC). To honor their commitment in the affordable homeownership eld, Habitat will dedicate the 21st and last home, which will be completed this summer, in the name of the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation. James Green Heart Phoenix to speak at Tiger Bay ClubJoaquin and River Phoenixs mom Heart Phoenix will be the guest speaker at the Gold Coast Tiger Bay Club lunch, 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Feb. 11 at Bogarts, on the Premiere level of the Boca Palace Cinemark Theatres, 3200 Airport Road, Boca Raton, FL, it was announced by Tiger Bay Club Chairman Jamie Titcomb. Hearts work, service and activism has spanned over ve decades. Having worked as an educator, activist and champion throughout the United States and numerous countries on environmental and animal rights issues, social justice, peacebuilding and gender equality, she brings the passion and energy of her name.Heart. She is a co-founder of The Peace Alliance working towards legislation for a Department of Peacebuilding, the Youth PROMISE Act and other key legislative issues, and is the Chair of The Peace Alliance Educational Institute. She served as the Executive Director of the Florida School of Traditional Midwifery and has been on its board for over 10 years. She is currently living her dream as President of the River Phoenix Center for Peacebuilding, in honor of her son. Her tireless efforts to launch and drive this work has led to success in forming partnerships with the Department of Juvenile Justice, Floridas State Attorneys Ofce, Law Enforcement, the University of Florida and countless partners in peacebuilding. Her passion and commitment to nonviolence has been the center point of her life. The River Phoenix Center for Peacebuilding is a non-prot organization whose primary function is to formalize, coordinate, facilitate and champion the implementation of resources to further the prevention, intervention and healing from violence in all its forms. Costs to attend are $25 for members paid in advance or $35 at the door and $35 for guests paid in advance or $45 at the door. See www.goldcoasttigerbayclub.com for reservations or call 561.852.0000 for more info.
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38 February 2014 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Pineapple Newspaper Delray Beach Town of Palm Beach Palm Beach Gardens (561) 819-6208 firstname.lastname@example.org DELRAY MARKETPLACE ANNOUNCES OPENING OF NEW SPECIALTY RETAILERSDELRAY BEACH, FL Delray Marketplace, Delray Beachs 254,686 sq. ft. dining, entertainment and shopping destination, announces four new tenant openings, TAP Global Beer Collection, The Pop Culture Vault, My Day Spa, and Mondana Kitchen that will contribute to the centers ever-growing tenant mix. TAP Global Beer Collection is the newest spot for tasting brews from around the world and offers 72 beer taps; more than 400 bottle brands; tapas and appetizers. TAP is equipped with over 30 HDTVs and an exclusive tasting room with a state-of-the-art entertainment system, where guests can host private events or special gatherings. Patrons of TAP can choose to sit at any of the beautiful wood bars, 12 foot community tables or lounge at the outside patio and re pit. Pop Culture Vault is committed to providing the highest quality art and memorabilia, offering diverse collections for the casual fan as well as the most avid collector ranging from affordable gifts to ultra-unique one-of-a-kind pieces. Specializing in the Art of Rock & Roll and Pop Culture, the company is proud to represent a wide variety of artists and studios in the publishing and distribution of their artwork including: Elvis Presley Enterprises; Alfred Wertheimers Elvis 1956 Collection; Rock and Roll images of The Rolling Stones, Beatles and other classic rock of The Hulton|Archive; the Bob Marley and The Grateful Dead Archives of photographer Peter Simon; and the Michael Ochs Collections of Classic Rock and Jazz. The Pop Culture Vault also takes great pride in offering the Fine Art Portfolio of premiere entertainment artist Joe Petruccio, featuring iconic images of Rocky, Led Zeppelin, Elvis Presley and others. My Day Spa offers a unique spa experience including massages; facials, body scrubs and wraps; pedicures; manicures; permanent makeup; lash tinting; microdermabrasion; waxing for men and women; and couples massage treatment room.. My Day Spa carries skin care lines such as Eminence, and Environ; and trendy nail options such as OPI nail polish, Gel, Shellac, and Acrylic and Next Gen nails. Enjoy a relaxing atmosphere in the relaxation room, where guests can enjoy a glass of wine while wearing a uffy robe and slippers. Mondana Kitchen is a new line of retail stores specializing in tableware, kitchenware and barware. Mondana Kitchen is committed to offering the highest quality dinnerware, atware, stemware, glassware, bar, coffee and tea accessories, small kitchen appliances, table linens, gourmet food. Mondana Kitchen carries well-known brands including Julia Knight, Michael Aram, Arthur Court, Juliska, Mikasa, Fortessa and Franz to name a few. For more information on Delray Marketplace, please call (561) 865-4613 or visit www.delraymarket.com. By Jeremy Ofce Special to The PineappleAs the year comes to an end, we reect on where weve been, where we are, and where we may be going. Since we take a top-down macro approach to investing, we attempt to make educated decisions on what could be the dominant themes for 2014. Because we do not have a crystal ball, we try to be broad in our overall expectations and base our assumptions on historical statistics, fundamental analysis of economics and personal experience. After many hours of research and debate among our team, we have come up with the following themes for 2014 and the possible implications associated with them. Going through this exercise reminded me of one of my favorite books, Oh, The Places Youll Go by Dr. Seuss. This book has been a backdrop throughout my life, so I thought it would be tting to explore the places we think the markets will take us in 2014. As the great Dr. Seuss said, Congratulations! Today is your day. Youre off to Great Places! Youre off and away! As we saw in May 2013, the mere hint of tapering for the rst time pushed rates higher from a low of around 1.63% to above 2%. To much of everyones surprise, in December we actually achieved $10 billion of monthly reduced purchases. The FOMC also anticipates that it likely will be appropriate to maintain the current target range for the federal funds rate well past the time that the unemployment rate declines below 6.5%, especially if projected ination continues to run below the 2% goal. With Janet Yellen at the helm, we expect an accommodative monetary policy to continue, with rates drifting higher as additional tapering becomes imminent. Tapering will not only test the resiliency of the markets, but will also indicate that in the eyes of the Fed, the economy has substantially improvedan encouraging nod that investors might be looking for to regain condence. In late 2012 and early 2013, Japan entered into uncharted territory and took a page out of the Feds book by adopting an extremely accommodative monetary policy to overcome its stagnant economy. Abenomics, named after Prime Minister Shinzo Abes economic policies to encourage growth and private investment, is beginning to show signs that it is working. The CPI rose 1.1% year-over-year in October, marking the rst time in ve years that the CPI has remained above 1% in two consecutive months. Japans manufacturing PMI rose to 55.1, a new cycle high, and small business sentiment rose to near 20-year highs. Japans November M2 monetary base grew by 4.3% year-overyear, the fastest pace seen since February 1998, and weve continued to see weakening of the yen against the dollar. We believe that Japan will remain on its current trajectory and that Japan will be willing and ready to implement further stimulus as we saw in December, an additional $53 billion to offset the planned increase in the national sales tax. Will the Eurozone catch up with the rest of the developed markets? We saw meaningful progress out of the Eurozone in 2013 and believe that it will provide a positive economic backdrop in 2014. The Eurozone exited the recession in the second quarter, with gross domestic product expanding by 0.3% from the rst three months of the year. European economies are in an early cycle recovery and valuations are still relatively inexpensive when compared to developed markets. The Eurozones ash composite PMI climbed to a three-month high of 52.1 in December from 51.7 in November. The key to Eurozone success will hinge on getting all members of the 17-country currency bloc to synchronize growth. As there continues to be a divergence between the Eurozones biggest economies, France and Germany, we believe that policymakers need to increase their stimulus and that monetary policy will remain accommodative for 2014. China was under the microscope for much of 2013 and we anticipate them to be under the same scrutiny in 2014. Their explosive credit growth and shadow banking undermined the future of Chinas growth potential and fueled fears of a softening economy. Analysts expect the worlds second largest economy to slow to anywhere from 6.8% to 7.6% this year, which would be the weakest in 14 years. As U.S. and Eurozone economies improve, we expect export growth to pick up and support the deceleration in China. China continues to be one of the major inuential uncertainties in 2014. Overall, we are expecting positive equity returns and continued challenges in xed income for 2014. As the Fed weans the economy off of its stimulus, we will begin to see the resiliency of the markets and the true strength of the underlying economy. The Fed tapering, the Eurozone slipping back into recession, and a slowdown in China could derail the current recovery, but the return to normalcy and stabilization of markets support our positive view. Although we recognize the potential headwinds, we believe the tailwinds outweigh them, and as economies begin to show life again, a renewed vote of condence could be what spurs investors to invest back into the markets. We may not see the type of returns we saw in 2013, but the underlying fundamentals are improving and we are expecting an acceleration of global economic growth that should bode well for capital markets in 2014. Jeremy Ofce, Ph.D, CFP, CIMA, MBA is Principal at Maclendon Wealth Management in Delray Beach and specializes in portfolio construction, strategic asset and liability management, and long term planning relating to nancial matters as well as real estate, income tax, insurance and estate planning. He is also Managing Partner of SJO Worldwide a venture capital company. www.maclendon.com 855.MAC.WEALTH Oh, The Places Well Go!
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40 February 2014 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Pineapple Newspaper Steve & Lori Martel, RealtorsFull time licensed agent since 1996 Bringing People Home in Delray Beach.Cell: 561-573-3728 email@example.com www.steveandlorimartel.com www.steveandlorimartel.com RE/Max Advantage Plus 900 Atlantic Ave. East #10 Delray Beach, Fl 33483 BOAT YOUR BRING (ARTISTS RENDERING) 1002 LAKE SHORE DRIVE DELRAY BEACH $ 1,100,000 Spectacular 4 Bedroom, 3 Bath home with Private Dock and Pool. 12 Ceilings, Open Floor Plan, Stainless Appliances, Fireplace, Skylights, Oversized 2 Car Garage, Spacious Lot, 3 Parks Nearby. Direct access to Lake Ida. Boat, Fish, Water Ski from your own backyard. By Harvey Brown Special to The Pineapple Question: Why should I buy life insurance? Answer: Because life insurance is one of the greatest estate planning tools available to you and will positively affect the lives of your loved ones in ways you cant imagine. Insurance costs here in South Florida can really add up. By the time you add up your auto, health, and homeowners insurance you realize youre spending a good part of your budget on insurance of one type or another. As a result, adding life insurance may be the last thing on your mind when it comes to your expenses. I am here to tell you that life insurance is arguably the greatest estate planning tool that you can buy. If you have a family then it is a must-have for your nancial planning. Life Insurance will give your family the gift of time as they wont have to sell assets immediately to fund their lives. If you are unmarried or dont have children, consider expenses your family/relatives would have to cover such as caring for your pet(s), clearing up your debts, emptying they contents of your home, funeral and burial costs. Life Insurance will really help here. Life Insurance payments are usually taxfree and are paid outside of the probate process, meaning a check goes directly to you and isnt delayed by the legal process when someone dies. Often my clients will tell me they need some life insurance because they have a mortgage and want it paid off should they die. I tell them that paying off the mortgage is just the start of the expenses and they should buy at least $500,000 to $1,000,000 of coverage if possible. Why the higher limits of coverage? Houses cost money to maintain. Things break or wear out. HOA assessments can happen. A two-income household that loses a breadwinner can quickly go into the red nancially and force a sale of the house even if theres no mortgage and the remaining spouse works. Life insurance can provide the funds for kids medical expenses, school, braces, clothing (the list goes on-and-on) and aftercare or babysitting, allowing the remaining parent to make a living. College can still be possible with life insurance funding an educational account. Cars can be replaced without driving a clunker forever. If you are a business owner, life insurance is the perfect way to provide funds to keep the business going until a successor or buyer is found. If you have a business partner, then life insurance can provide funds for the remaining partner to buy out your spouses interest, giving your family the money to continue to live comfortably. Life insurance is not a luxury, it is a necessity. Too often I have seen instances where friends or acquaintances either didnt have life insurance at all or didnt have enough. It was hard to see their lifestyles change for the worse when a spouse passed away. Heres the good news: People are living longer; mortality tables are improving so rates continue to go down, which is great for the consumer! There is quite a bit more to this issue but to keep things simple I will say do yourself and your loved ones a favor buy Life Insurance and do it sooner rather than later. Ive never met a beneciary of a Life Policy who said they had too much coverage! The Harvey L. Brown Agency are experts in auto, home, business, life/health and represent over 40 companies. If you have questions or concerns about your insurance, call 561-276-0369 Monday-Friday 9-5pm. DID YOU EVER WONDER ? Insurance Q & A By Andrea Hoffer Special to The Pineapple The top leadership mistakes often made by entrepreneurs fall into four areas. The mistake I see most often with entrepreneurs is that they dont separate themselves from their business. It becomes part of their identity. This can be dangerous. If you identify so closely with your business, you may not see everything objectively and this makes it difcult to make the right decisions for your business. For example, there may be one area of your business that is losing money and needs to be reworked or replaced or your business will suffer. If you cannot separate yourself from your business, you may overlook this until it is too late to turn it around. Another mistake I see entrepreneurs make is thinking that no one can do it better than they can. This leads to micromanaging or the entrepreneur doing everything themselves. The entrepreneur continues to work in their business instead of on it, which makes it difcult to grow the business. Successful entrepreneurs see themselves as leaders and focus on growing their people to do their jobs effectively. This frees the entrepreneur up to work on the future of the business. Entrepreneurs are often visionary when they start their business but then somewhere along the way they forget how important it is to have a vision for their business. The mistake they make is getting caught up in the day-to-day operations and not leaving time to develop a vision for the business and a plan to get them there. Finally, entrepreneurs often think they dont need to learn how to lead. Many areas of leadership may come naturally to entrepreneurs; however there may also be blind spots that they are not aware of. The most successful entrepreneurs are constantly working on improving their leadership skills to be more effective. Andrea Hoffer brings a unique perspective to consulting and training. A small business owner with 35 employees herself, she knows rst hand the everyday challenges of motivating employees, exceeding customer expectations, and meeting business and revenue goals. Contact Andrea to help you improve the experience you offer your customers and employees. www. andreahofferassociates.com 561-829-5611 andrea@ andreahofferassociates.com Helpful business hints from Delray Beach Chamber membersTop leadership mistakes of entrepreneurs held positions in the nance industry with JP Morgan Chase and Morgan Stanley. He holds a bachelors degree in communications from the College of Charleston and a masters degree in public relations from New York University. About the Delray Beach Marketing Cooperative: The Delray Beach Marketing Cooperative (DBMC) is a partnership between the City of Delray Beach, the Community Redevelopment Agency and the Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce. The DBMCs mission is to attract people to the City, create a positive image and increase awareness of Delray Beach for a positive economic impact through Destination Marketing, marketing programs, special events and community collaboration. For more information, please contact DBMC at (561) 279-1380 or visit www.VisitDelrayBeach.org. CHRISANTHUS continued from page 33venue. This years opening weekend features the all-new Super Sundayan event the includes all six ATP Champions Tour stars, an American group consisting of Roddick, Boca Ratons own Aaron Krickstein and twotime Delray Beach ATP World Tour champion Jan-Michael Gambill, and an International group including 2001 Wimbledon champion Goran Ivanesevic, Hall of Famer Mats Wilander and former French Open nalist Mikael Pernfors. The ATP World Tour tournament features the worlds all-time No. 1 doubles team, the Bryan Brothers and ATP World Tour singles headliners John Isner, Kei Nishikori, Marcos Baghdatis, Tommy Haas and Janko Tipsarevic. Attendees will witness past and future tennis legends as they take the court, hear up and coming musical artists, and be able to cheer on the worlds only promotional team tied to tennis, the VolleyGirls. Visit www.YellowTennisBall.com or call 561-330-6000 for details. About Woo Creative Woo Creative (formally FuturisticWoo) is a seven person, two year old, Delray Beach based brand consulting company, with a knack for both the creative and technical. They advertise in cryptic fashion, and wont work with just anyone. Instead, they prefer to hand pick their clients in a unique and at-out inscrutable manner. We help companies we like and we like companies we help. Every company should have a brand consultant, a few graphic designers, a writer and a marketing department. The Woo is a pinch of all these things and more. WOO CREATIVE continued from page 33
The Pineapple Newspaper www.PineappleNewspaper.com Feb ruary 2014 41 LANG REALTY CELEBRATES SUCCESSFUL YEAR & COLLECTS A HALF TON OF FOOD TO BENEFIT MOVE FOR HUNGER BOCA RATON, FL Lang Realty recently celebrated a banner year with their annual holiday party whereby more than a half a ton of food was donated by Lang associates to benet Move for Hunger. Through the generous efforts of our associates we collected enough food to feed more than 840 people in need this holiday season, said Scott Agran, president of Lang Realty. We have realized tremendous growth this past year and look forward to continuing to give back through on-going outreach in our communities. The annual event recognizes associates for the years accomplishments. This year, Tripta Chawla, a Lang agent, brought a new milestone to the company being the only agent in the companys history to reach earnings of more than $1 million. A new award, the Diamond Star Award, was presented to her for this pinnacle of achievement. In 2013, Lang Realty opened new ofces in Jupiter, Manalapan and Hunters Run of Boynton Beach and has closed more than $1 billion in sales. For more information call 561-853-2300 or visit www.langrealty.com. NOVEMBER 2013 PROPERTY TAX COLLECTIONS BRING IN MORE THAN 75 PERCENT OF BILLED REVENUE WEST PALM BEACH, FL Anne M. Gannon, Constitutional Tax Collector, reports her ofce collected $2.29 billion of the $3.02 billion billed for the 2013 property tax season during November. This revenue represents 467,985 or 68 percent of all billed properties in the 2013 cycle. November payments receive a 4 percent discount, the highest allowable by Florida law. Electronic payments increased by $72 million, or 62 percent over November 2012. Also notable is the agencys successful collaboration with area banks to convert their online bill payments from paper checks to digital payments. Thats over $31 million or nearly 10,000 bank transactions that we didnt have to hand process, said Gannon. This is a huge efciency improvement. The majority of property owners pay by mail. Of the $2.29 billion collected, $1 billion was received by mail. Unlike electronic payments, there is a higher rate of processing delays that result from taxpayers who staple, clip fold or mark on payments. These taxpayer errors cause payment rejections in the agencys high speed mechanical processing. Rejected payments must be processed manually, creating delays for property owners and increasing processing costs for the Tax Collectors ofce. In November, $276 million or 80,994 mailed payments required hand processing. This issue could be completely avoided if taxpayers pay online. Property owners can pay online at www. pbctax.com. Online payments are secure. Multiple transactions are accepted and an online e-pay tutorial is posted to help rsttime users. Payments made by January 31 receive a 2% discount and there is a 1% discount in February. Taxes are delinquent on April 1, 2014. LENNY FELBERBAUM OF POSH PROPERTIES REACHES CHAMPIONSHIP LEVEL Congratulations to Lenny Felberbaum for reaching Championship award level within the rst 12 months at Posh Properties. Lennys extraordinary ability to know his market, the inventory and work ethic has help him achieve over $8 million in sales his rst 12 months. LANG REALTY CLOSES 2013 WITH RECORD SALES OF MORE THAN $1 BILLION BOCA RATON, FL Lang Realty, one of the dominant real estate companies in South Florida (www.langrealty.com), has announced record sales of $1 billion for the year 2013. This historic achievement further illustrates the power of local Realtors with extraordinary knowledge and experience out performing multi-national franchises, companies afliated with art auction houses and several power house New York based companies, said Scott Agran, president of Lang Realty. This past year also saw the addition of three new Lang ofces in Jupiter, Manalapan and Hunters Run of Boynton Beach, further strengthening our market share and inuence in Palm Beach County. Lang Realty was established in 1989 and has grown from a modest start with just three sales associates to become one of the top real estate companies in South Florida. The company has more than 350 agents with ofces in Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Boynton Beach, Manalapan, West Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Jupiter and Port St. Lucie. For more information about Lang Realty and details on current listings, call 561989-2100 or visit www.langrealty.com. You can also follow Lang Realty on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Langs blog for real estate updates and Lang Realty news. LOCAL BUSINESSWOMAN SELECTED DELRAY CHAMBERS AMBASSADOR OF THE MONTH DELRAY BEACH, FL Each month, the Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce (Delray Chamber) celebrates one of its Ambassadors with the Chambers Ambassador of the Month Award. Jessica Rosato, Luxury Residential Specialist with Nestler Poletto Sothebys International Realty, won the award for December. According to John Campanola, a Financial Services Professional at the New York Life Insurance Company and Chairman of the Delray Chamber Ambassadors, Each month we highlight an Ambassador who exemplies all the positive traits of the position. This is one way to recognize these hardworking volunteers and the value they provide to the Chamber membership and to the Delray Beach Community. Rosato joined the Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce in 2012. I joined the Chamber because it is an amazing organization whose main purpose is to support local businesses and bring out the best that Delray Beach has to offer, she said. There is a lot of enthusiasm and devotion in the local business community because of what the Chamber does. I love being part of our community and I love working with others who grasp the importance of supporting and helping to grow an already prosperous foundation laid by the Chamber and its members. Along with being a member of the Delray Chamber Ambassadors program, Rosato is involved with other Chamber activities including the Chamber Programming Board, the Delray Business Partners, and she is a member of the Focus on Women Committee. She also serves as the Secretary and the Business Afliate Marketing Chair of the Womens Council of Realtors. About the Greater Delray Beach Chamber Ambassador Program The Greater Delray Beach Chamber Ambassadors are members who volunteer their time to provide a crucial link between the Chamber and its members. They ensure all members receive the maximum benet from their investment. The mission of the Ambassadors is to represent the Chamber by exhibiting the highest degree of professionalism, knowledge and integrity to their members and the business community. Ambassadors serve as the greeting arm of the Chamber to promote new member participation and retention. real estate briefs Catherine McGlennon and Jerilyn Walter of Posh Properties and Delray Beach are joined by Patricia Delinios of Century 21 Premier Elite Realty of Miami, to enjoy the opening day of the International Polo Club. Although the match was rained out, the festivities continued with a delicious champagne brunch and dancing.Posh Properties pops up at Polo Club Jessica Rosato and John Campanola (Above L R) Dawn Forgione, Lang Realty agent with Alexandra Shea and Chris Shaw (Below L R) Tripta Chawla with Scott Agran, president of Lang Realty COMMERCIAL OFFICE SUITE FOR SALE
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The Pineapple Newspaper www.PineappleNewspaper.com Feb ruary 2014 43 The Pineapple Grove Arts District was festive with holiday cheer on December 12th when the merchants came together to present the Holiday celebration, Deck the Grove to the community. This free Holiday event included live entertainment from talented local performers, Lily Forte, Ariel Moyer and Daniel Hopin. The event also included a pet adoption by MisFit ResQ, craft vendors from the Southern Handicraft Society, and a visit from Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. The store owners got into the spirit and decorated their shops for a store front decorating contest. The Gingerbread contest was another popular attraction and included entries donated by the South Tech School. The public voted and Geri Cue of Pilates by Geri won the Best Store Front. Erinn Beck, Cookie Beck and Marcella Robins created the publics favorite Gingerbread House, an edible version of the Paradise Salon. Deck The Grove Wings, Wheels & Heels The new, ultimate hanger party with a purpose debuts February 27 at Signature Flight Support Boca Raton event benets youth who age out of foster care with a real home and continued support at Place of Hope at the Haven CampusBOCA RATON, FL An ultimate hanger party will bring together the best of planes, automobiles and fashion to benet young people who age out of foster care, yet still need a place to call home. Place of Hope at the Haven Campus in western Boca Raton is proud to announce Wings, Wheels & Heels, a social event featuring a live auction of luxury recreational activities, live music/DJ, tapas from the areas most popular restaurants and an ultracool setting, the hanger of Signature Flight Support in Boca Raton. Wings, Wheels & Heels is scheduled for February 27, 2014; ticket cost is $100 per person. Sponsored by Lamborghini Palm Beach, Wings, Wheels & Heels will raise funds to create a cottage home especially for emancipated youth, or those who age out of foster care, but who still need familystyle support and guidance. Designed in the model of Villages of Hope in Palm Beach Gardens (www.villagesofhope.net), the new cottage will be supported by a new program called Alumni Impact Project. The Alumni Impact Project will encourage local alumni of universities, fraternities, sororities and other institutions to support the alumni of the foster care system, providing the youth with a network of friends and mentors. Wings, Wheels & Heels is the rst fundraiser to support this new element of the new Place of Hope at the Haven Campus, which is an extension of Place of Hope, a foster care community in Palm Beach Gardens. The event committee is chaired by Denise Day of Parkland and Jennifer Lentoski of Coral Springs. Each of us on the committee has beneted in some form from being a part of a network, whether it is from our family, school, work or volunteer organizations. When a young man or woman ages out of foster care, they typically dont have this kind of circle to lean on, said Day. Wings, Wheels & Heels is a way for us to use our alumni connections to create alumni connections for these young people, added Lentoski. At Place of Hope at the Haven Campus, they will continue to learn how to be a productive, condent adults in a cottage setting that is safe, nurturing and familyoriented. The Wings, Wheels & Heels committee is hosting a festive pre-event reception at 6:30 p.m. on Jan. 15, 2014, at Lamborghini Palm Beach, 2345 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach; www.lamborghinipalmbeach. com. RSVP to Jodi@Hopeatthehaven.org. For more information on Wings, Wheels & Heels and/or the pre-event reception, contact Lisa McDulin, special projects manager for Place of Hope at the Haven Campus, at 561-483-0962 or nd POHATH on Facebook at www.facebook. com/PlaceOfHopeAtTheHaven. WHO/ABOUT PLACE OF HOPE AT THE HAVEN: After 36 years of serving more than 1,000 foster children, The Havens Board of Directors selected Place of Hope to carry on its mission and to steward its assets and resources. With locations in Palm Beach Gardens, West Palm Beach and Boca Raton, Place of Hope is a faith-based, state-licensed child welfare organization that provides family-style foster care (emergency and longterm); family outreach and intervention; maternity care; safety for domestic minor sexually trafcked victims; transitional housing and support services; adoption and foster care recruitment and support; hope and healing opportunities for children and families who have been traumatized by abuse and neglect. Place of Hope at the Haven is located at 21441 Boca Rio Road, Boca Raton. For more information about Place of Hope, visit www.placeofhope.com.Caption (From left): Peggy Mackey, Trisha Saffer, Neil Saffer, Maria Fife, Suzette Hernandez, Monica Gonzalez, Sean Caplen, Christine Dzus, Carol Steiner, Iris Smeltz, Valerie Larson, Therese Leonzal, Renette Verhaeghe, Lisa McDulin, Charles Bender, Robert Lentoski, Co Chair Jennifer Lentoski, Co Chair Denise Day, Floyd Raglin. Photo by Ren Ditteld of Ren Ditteld Photography.
44 February 2014 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Pineapple Newspaper New Members:TrakAds Network (561) 459-2757, 95 NE 4th Ave., Delray Beach, FL 33483, www.trakads.com ADVERTISING & MARKETING / INTERNET, SOCIAL MEDIA, SEM AeroMacro (786) 260-1990, 11435 Millpond Greens Dr., Boynton Beach, FL 33473, www.aeromacro.com DISTRIBUTOR / AIRCRAFT MATERIALS Ascendo Resources (561) 288-6935 x5 701 Northpoint Parkway #150, West Palm Beach, FL 33407 www.ascendoresources.com EMPLOYMENT SERVICES / Nonprot, Finance & Accounting Top Notch Beauty Spa & Suites (561) 243-7919, 85 SW 5th Ave., Delray Beach, FL 33444 SALONS & SPAS The Pit Fitness Center (561) 330-4493, 401 NE 2nd St., Delray Beach, FL 33483, www.thepittnesscenter.com FITNESS (Referred by Kimberly West & Allison Turner, Business Consultants of S.FL) Delray Beach Passport Magazine (561) 629-0078 32 SE 2nd Ave., Ste 324, Delray Beach, FL 33444 www.dbpassport.com ADVERTISING & MEDIA / PUBLISHERS DM Wood Flooring (561) 479-9909 320 SE Mizner Blvd., #1104, Boca Raton, FL 33432 www.dmwoodooring.com FLOORING Cavastone (561) 994-9100 518 NW 77th St., Boca Raton, FL 33487 www.cavastone.com FLOORING / TILE, MARBLE & WOOD Chris Lowry Realty Services (561) 523-3939 80 NE 4th Ave., #14, Delray Beach, FL 33483, www.chrislowry.com REAL ESTATE / COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL The Porch (561) 303-3647, 85 SE 6th Ave., Delray Beach, FL 33483, www.theporchdelraybeach.com RESTAURANTS & BARS Eventique Creations (561) 536-3590, Boynton Beach, FL 33436 www.eventiquecreations.com EVENT PLANNERS Coastal Insurance (561) 305-2540, 100 E. Linton Blvd., Ste 152A, Delray Beach, FL 33483, www.mycoastalins.com INSURANCE (Referred by Charles F. Cannone, CPA) Tropical Landscape (561) 479-8283, 250 Congress Park Dr. #171, Delray Beach, FL 33445 LANDSCAPING / COMMERCIAL Brave Man Media (561) 789-4800, 260 NE 5th Ave., Delray Beach, FL 33483, www.bravemanmedia.com ADVERTISING & MEDIA / VIDEO PRODUCTION Mindful Management (561) 357-0121, 280 NE 2nd Ave., Delray Beach, FL 33444, www.mindfulstorage.com MOVING & STORAGE / SELF STORAGE (Referred by Michael Weiner, Weiner, Lynne & Thompson & Brian Rosen, Marcus & Millichap Real Estate) Therapy by the Sea, LLC (201) 271-7887 15300 Jog Rd., Ste 108, Delray Beach, FL 33446, www.rianamilne.com THERAPIST / LIFE COACH The Cardiology Center, Inc. (561) 495-7787 16244 S. Military Tr. Ste 560, Delray Beach, FL 33484 www.cardiologycenter.md PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS / WEIGHT LOSS & FITNESS (Referred by Mary Jo Ciof) Aluminum Design Products, Inc. (561) 894-8775 1055 SW 15th Ave., Ste 1, Delray Beach, FL 33444 www.aluminumdesignproducts.com DISTRIBUTORS & MANUFACTURERS (Referred by Christina Morrison, Carmel Real Estate & Management) South Florida Elder Mediation (561) 702-0550 Delray Beach, FL 33483, www.sfeldermediation.com SENIOR CARE / ELDER SERVICES (Referred by Candy Cohn, Palm Beach Senior Placement) Broad and Cassel (561) 832-3300, 1 N. Clematis St., Ste 500, West Palm Beach, FL 33401, www.broadandcassel.com ATTORNEYS (Referred by Connor Lynch, Plastridge Insurance) One Aveda Salon 561-272-1147, 1020 S Federal Hwy, Suite 103, Delray Beach: SALONS, SPAS & BARBERSHOPS Danon Management Group 561-278-2171 401 W Atlantic Ave, Ste R-12, Delray Beach: PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Gold Coast Down Syndrome Organization 561-752-3383, 915 S Federal Hwy, Boynton Beach: NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS Dare 2 Be Great, Inc 561-243-7231, 200 Lindell Blvd, Ste 902, Delray Beach: NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS Cooper May Communciations 561-509-5919, One Town Center Rd, Ste 300, Boca Raton: ADVERTISING & MEDIA / MARKETING, PR Dockery Romer & Co 561-330-8000, 70 SE 4th Ave, Delray Beach: REAL ESTATE / COMMERCIAL & MORTGAGE BANKING Polo Trace Golf Club 561-495-5300, 13479 Polo Trace Dr, Delray Beach: GOLF & COUNTRY CLUBS 24/7 Perfect Cleaning 561-901-5229, 152 Via DEste, Delray Beach: CLEANING & MAID SERVICES The Atlantic Current LLC 561-583-0035, 7491 N Federal Hwy, Ste C5-119, Boca Raton: ADVERTISING & MEDIA / PUBLISHERSWelcome New Chamber Members Spodak Dental CHAMBER OPENING SCENES Supreme LendingBellagio Homes Boynton ShowroomZona Fresca Reminder to Contact Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce Contact Kylee! firstname.lastname@example.org Want to advertise inThe Pineapple? NOW AT OVER 258 LOCATIONS! NOW DELIVERING TO BOCA RATON, LAKE WORTH & BOYNTON BEACH 1,000 Copies of the ART/MUSIC/ETC. Section now distributed in Boynton Beach and Lake Worth 1,000 Copies of the Business and Real Estate Section now distributed in Boca Raton. CJ Foundation Library
The Pineapple Newspaper www.PineappleNewspaper.com Feb ruary 2014 45 By Kimberly West Business, Marketing & Sales ConsultantMarketing is taking a product or service from an idea on the drawing board into the hands of a client or customer. First and foremost decisions must be made on what products or services to offer depending on your target market, what to price them, and then how to inform your potential customer of your product so that person understands why they should choose your product or service over a competitors. With this denition of Marketing in mind, we recommend you be CLEAR on three key elements before you move forward. 1. Who is Your Target Market? Being clear about who your target market is must happen and NO, not everyone is your target market. Understanding the Demographics, Psychographics (hopes and fears) and Behaviors of your Target Market help you paint a strong picture so you know exactly whom they are and how to market to them. You will also be clear about what type of product or service they will be likely to purchase. 2. What Product or Service are you going to package for your Target Market? Now that you are clear about who your target market is, you must look at how you create, package and present your product or service. Will that product or service appeal to your target market? If yes, then what is the best way to present your product or service? In other words, how will your brand or the way your company is presented appeal to your target market. Will they see your product and say, YES, I need that. 3.) How do you reach your Target Market to inform them of your product/service? When you look at the Demographics, Psychographics and Behaviors of your target market, you will learn very clearly how to market to them. Remember that advertising and sales are just one aspect of marketing. Marketing encompasses so much more including Networking, Customer Service, Media Relations and Communications just to name a few. Kimberly West & Allison Turner are business, marketing and sales consultants for their company BCoSF, Inc d/b/a Business Consultants of South Florida. They are passionate about teaching other entrepreneurs and business owners how to successfully start or grow a sustainable and protable business through their strategic and methodical business, marketing and sales consulting. They are also available for on-site training. For more information visit wwww.BCoSF.com or call 561-276-4422. 301 W Atlantic Ave. Suite 05, Delray Beach, FL 33444. Your Success IS Our Business! What does Marketing really mean? By Colleen Hasey Schuhmann, CRPC Special to The Pineapple In addition to the emotional impact, separation and divorce can have a nancial impact when assets, debt and other nancial connections need to be divided. The negative nancial impact that separation and divorce can have has been written about extensively, and as with any major life transition, preparation is key. This article will discuss a few key issues that can have a large nancial impact on both parties. Maintaining nancial security for all involved should be the focus. States often have laws regarding separation of property; however failure to understand your states divorce law could also potentially impact the division of retirement plans, alimony, and child support. Following are some of the critical nancial issues you and your spouse will need to consider during separation and divorce. Dividing assets: In common law states, all property acquired by you or your spouse from marriage onward is subject to division. The intention is that property will be distributed equitably, but not necessarily equally. A court will consider the length of the marriage, earnings potential, responsibilities for children, debt, and tax consequences in dividing assets. However, in the nine community property states (Arizona, California, Idaho, Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Washington and Wisconsin) almost all assets are divided equally. Assets acquired before marriage, gifts to an individual spouse, and individual inheritances are not subject to division in both common law and community property states. Marital debt: In common law states, in general, you are responsible for your individual debt and any debt in jointly held accounts and are not responsible for the individual debt of your spouse. However, in community property states, you will be responsible for half of all debt in jointly held accounts and potentially half of your spouses individual debt. You will be accountable for half of your spouses individual debt so long as that debt is for the general benet of the marriage. Retirement accounts: Funds accumulated over the course of a marriage are subject to applicable common land community property laws and may be subject to division during a divorce. If your employee benet or pension plan is subject to ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act), you will need to obtain a court order called a Qualied Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) and provide it to your spouses plan sponsor before distributions are completed to your spouse. The QDRO directs the plan sponsor to pay to your spouse all or a portion of the participants plan benets, subject to the terms of the Plan. Individual retirement accounts (IRAs) are subject to the Internal Revenue Code rules for transfers incident to divorce which does not require a QDRO, but does require a decree issued by a court in order to transfer assets between the IRAs of the spouses. The transfer incident to divorce rules can be applied before a divorce is nalized as long as there is a court order regarding separate maintenance and the division of the IRA. In addition to dividing retirement funds, do not forget to update your beneciary designations. Although a number of states have enacted statutes that automatically revoke beneciary designations of an IRA upon divorce, some states have ruled that an ex-spouse is entitled to the IRA where the beneciary designation is not updated. To avoid this scenario, discuss with your nancial advisor or companys benets department to update your beneciary designations upon divorce. Having legal and nancial advisors on your side is important to help educate you on your choices, advocate for your best interests and protect your nancial future for years to come.For more information, please contact Colleen Hasey Schuhmann, Vice President Wealth Management at UBS Financial Services in Boca Raton. She can be reached at 561367-1817. Being prepared for lifes transitions: Separation and Divorce By John M. Campanola Special to The Pineapple When married couples have young children, often one spouse stays home while the other works outside the home. While most parents understand the necessity of purchasing a life insurance policy on the income earner, few realize the importance of also insuring the stay-at-home spouse. Being Prepared for the Unexpected What if the stay-at-home spouse suddenly died? The family would be devastated. Friends and family members would initially pitch in to help. But eventually they would return to their regular lives. Before the surviving spouse returned to work, a caretaker for the children and home would need to be hired, presenting a potential nancial hardship. Had life insurance been purchased on the stayat-home parent, however, the familys needs would have been protected. Measuring the Value of the Stay-atHome Spouse Despite the importance of the stayat-home parent, theres little research to quantify its value. In its 12th annual Mom Salary Survey, Salary.com reported the most popular functions performed by mothers equate to $112,962 per year in salary. It further states the stay-at-home spouse works a 95-hour week, performing, among other roles, the duties of housekeeper, cook, day care teacher, driver, and psychologist. Flexible, Customizable Choices The type of policy you select depends on your needs and budget. Term life insurance provides affordable coverage for several years. In contrast, permanent life insurance provides protection for your entire life (provided premiums are paid) and accumulates cash value tax-deferred. This cash value can be accessed (loans accrue interest and reduce the policys cash value and death benet). Plus, riders, available with term and permanent life insurance, enable you to customize your policy to meet and grow with your changing needs. The loss of a parent is an emotional hardship for a family; purchasing insurance coverage for a stay-at-home spouse can help ensure that it doesnt become a nancial hardship as well. Salary.com, Mom Salary Survey, May 2012. John M. Campanola is an Agent for New York Life Insurance Company. For additional information on the information or topic(s) discussed, please contact him at 561-212-2903 Protecting the stay-at-home spouse February 3, 2014 5:00 PM 7:00 PM Chamber Community Open House At Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce February 4, 2014 11:30 AM 1:00 PM Non-Prot Council Luncheon At Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce February 5, 2014 12:00 PM 1:00 PM Tech Talk & Pizza, How to Increase Your Sales Through LinkedIn At Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce February 6, 2014 11:45 AM 1:00 PM Ambassadors Monthly Meeting At Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce February 10, 2014 5:00 PM 6:30 PM Young Professionals Open House At Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce February 11, 2014 11:00 AM 12:00 PM Focus On Women Program Committee At Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce Monthly planning meeting February 11, 2014 3:30 PM 4:30 PM Programming Committee Meeting At Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce Monthly planning meeting February 12, 2014 12:00 PM 1:00 PM Chairmans Club Monthly Luncheon Location: To Be Determined February 13, 2014 5:30 PM 7:30 PM Focus on Women Elizabeth Smart Lecture This lecture will be followed by a meet and greet cocktail reception with Elizabeth Smart. Please contact Lynn at lynn@delraybeach. com or email@example.com or calling 561 278-0424 for tickets. Call today... limited number of tickets! February 18, 2014 11:45 AM 1:00 PM Budget & Finance Committee At Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce February 19, 2014 5:45 PM Contacts, Cocktails & Tennis: Tri-Chamber of Commerce 9th Annual Tennis Bash At Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis Center February 20, 2014 8:00 AM 9:00 AM Healthcare Committee At Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce February 20, 2014 11:30 AM 1:00 PM New Member Lunch & Orientation At Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce February 21, 2014 8:00 AM 9:00 AM Government Affairs Committee At Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce February 21, 2014 11:30 AM 1:00 PM Executive Committee Meeting of the Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce At Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce February 25, 2014 8:00 AM 9:00 AM Economic Development Committee At Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce February 26, 2014 11:45 AM 1:15 PM Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors At Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce February 28, 2014 8:00 AM 9:00 AM Development Cooperative At Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce March 4, 2014 11:30 AM 1:00 PM Non-Prot Council Luncheon At Banyan Creek Elementary School CHAMBER DAY PLANNER Wednesday, February 5 5:00pm Greenlands Variety Store 2000 N. Federal Highway (Near Ellies 50s Diner) Thursday, February 6 5:00pm Vixity, LLC 812 E. Atlantic Avenue Special PINK collection presented by Kattan Diamonds and Ofcina Bernardi. Meet the designers and win rafe prizes. Hors doeurves provided by DECK 84 Wednesday, February 12 5:00pm Fearless Love Jianni Adamo, M.A. in Counseling 238 NE 1st Avenue, Suite 104 Thursday, February 20 5:00pm The Porch (Formerly The Tarramore House Restaurant) 85 SE 6th Avenue Wednesday, February 26 5:00pm Donna Pascoe Salon 2 SE 6th Avenue Thursday, February 27 5:00pm 24/7 Drug Testing Location TBD Chamber of CommerceGrand Openings and Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies
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48 February 2014 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Pineapple Newspaper SEASIDE DUNES$925,000 Great 3 bedroom townhouse steps from the sand. Two 2nd story balconys from the bedrooms that overlook the ocean. Updated interior ready for immediate move-in. Seaside Dunes is a gated community on the ocean & only a few blocks Atlantic Ave. shops & restaurants.SOUTHHAMPTON$475,000 Direct oceanfront unit with great ocean views, great beach cottage, building closed 5/31 to 10/1QUAIL RIDGE$229,000 Completely updated condo on the 2nd oor with open views of the 4th fairway of the golf course. Extended kitchen with Thomasville cabinets and quartz counters and recessed lighting. Master bedroom overlooks the golf course and master bath has been recongured to have a large walk-in shower and dual sinks. WATERWAY NORTH DELRAY BEACH$749,9003/2.5 townhome on Intracoastal, deeded dock included in sale. 2 large decks. Recently updated. 2 blocks to beach and close to Atlantic Ave shops & restaurants.SHOREWALKER PLACE DELRAY BEACH$1,150,0004/3.5 Key West Style 3 Story Townhome is located a half block to the beach and within walking distance to Atlantic Ave., shops and restaurants. The building was built in 2005 and has a 2 car garage. The townhome has 2 balconies and a backyard and a hot tub.DELRAY DUNES C.C.$544,900 Outstanding golf course home overlooking the 8th & 9th holes. Bordering the water this private oversized lot is set back from the golf course. The home has a large lanai area that opens to the pool with a waterfall. It has a split oor plan with large oversized rooms.MICHAEL MULLIN Realtor561-441-0635 WARREN HEEG Realtor561-441-1599 DELRAY DUNES C.C.$649,000 Large family home built in 2001 overlooking the 2nd fairway. Ground oor master bedroom with his & hers walk in closets and a oversized master bath with separate shower and Jacuzzi tub. Fenced backyard with pool and hot tub. DELRAY DUNES C.C.$935,000 4/3 completely remodeled home on a premier golf course lot overlooking the 13th, 14th and 15th holes. This home has wood oors, a gourmet kitchen, crown molding and impact glass. There is a large pool area with a summer kitchen. DELRAY DUNES C.C.$449,000 Great 4 bedroom with wide open golf course views of the 5th green and 6th hole. Screened in pool with large covered lanai. Split oor plan. Great family home. DELRAY DUNES C.C. $995,000 Just completed, this home was completely redone and extended. Stunning golf views overlooking the 13th, 14th & 15th holes. This southern exposure home is on an oversized lot with large pool area with lanai. All top of the line nishes and appliances.DELRAY ISLE$1,695,000 Nestled in the exclusive ole Delray enclave of Seaside Delray. This adorable home is almost 3100 sq. ft. under air and on a large lot over 1/3 of an acre. The home overlooks wide canal views and is only a block to the beach and a few more to Atlantic Ave.
The Pineapple Newspaper www.PineappleNewspaper.com Feb ruary 2014 49 THE PINEAPPLE FEBRUARY 2014 ARTS MUSIC ETC I N C ONCERT A TRIBUTE TO PETE SEEGER AT LAKE WORTH PLAYHOUSE E ARLY E LTON AT DELRAY BEACH CENTER FOR THE ARTS
50 February 2014 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Pineapple NewspaperCITY OF BOCA RATON ANNOUNCES 60 DAYS OF FAMILY FUNMusic, theater and events puts focus on family & funBOCA RATON, FL The City of Boca Ratons 60 Days of Family Fun will bring music, live entertainment and family-centric activities to Downtown Bocas Mizner Park Amphitheater at 590 Plaza Real, starting Sunday, February 2 at 2 p.m. with a FREE concert by the Florida Youth Orchestra. We are very excited about offering our community a variety of cultural activities and events that appeal to families with children of all ages, said Chrissy Biagiotti, community relations manager. These family friendly events will kick off and round out a season of cultural performances under the amphitheaters big tent. Sunday, February 2 2 p.m. The Florida Youth Orchestra Enjoy an afternoon of free music performed by The Florida Youth Orchestra, featuring students of The Principal and Flute Orchestras. Cupcakes, confections, coffee and other treats will be available for purchase. Bring chairs or blankets or rent on-site for $5 each. This event is FREE. Sunday, February 23 2 p.m. & 4 p.m. Arts Powers Production of: Are You My Mother? Arts Powers national touring theatre brings to life the beloved childrens book by P.D. Eastman with two matinee performances. The rst event to take place under the Big Tent, we encourage attendees to bring blankets or chairs. Chairs will also be available on site for $5.00. Snacks and drinks will be available for purchase. Please RSVP to the Are You My Mother event page on Facebook. Saturday, March 1 10 a.m. 5 p.m. 1st Annual Health & Wellness Experience Presented by the City of Boca Raton, CBS12 and Sun Sentinel, the 1st Annual Health and Wellness Experience will be the mustsee, must attend health and wellness event in South Florida. The free, interactive event will offer something for every age and every interest including medical screenings, healthy cooking demonstrations, celebrity appearances and activities for the kids. As part of National Bike Month a kids safety & fun zone will offer bike helmet safety tips, demonstrations and ttings. For more information, please call 561.881.0702 or visit www.thewellnessexperience.org. The event is FREE and takes place under the tent. Sunday, March 16 6:30 p.m. Rotary Club of Boca Ratons 11th Annual Future Stars Performing Arts Competition Recognized at South Floridas most prestigious performing arts competition, this event will showcase the best and brightest local middle and high school vocalists and dancers. The event is FREE and takes place under the tent. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. Saturday, March 29 7:30 p.m. Peter and the Wolf: A Magical Evening of Music and Dance The City of Boca Raton will present Peter and the Wolf: A Magical Evening of Music and Dance, featuring the Boca Ballet Theatre and The SYMPHONIA, BOCA RATON. The spectacular dancing of the Boca Ballet Theatre will be featured in both Voyge Classique from La Source and Peter and the Wolf. In addition, The SYMPHONIA will perform the Overture from the popular Marriage of Figaro and a concerto, in which they will be joined by the winner of The SYMPHONIA/Allegro Society Youth Music Scholarship. Attendees will have an opportunity to meet and greet ballet and orchestra members as well as touch, feel and learn about the instruments at the instrument petting zoo. General admission tickets are $5 per person and available in advance at www.festivalboca.com. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. Sunday, April 6 11:00 a.m. South Florida Parenting presents Egg-a-Palooza Celebrate the spring season by enjoying an egg hunt, food, crafts, activities and family fun under the big tent and on the adjoining grass area. All events are rain or shine. There is limited parking in Mizner Park garages. Attendees are encouraged to park for free and walk from City Hall and the libraries. For more information, visit www.mizneramphitheater. com or www.downtownboca.org. For recorded information call (561) 544-8600. LAKE WORTH, FL The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County has granted tens of thousands of dollars to local non-prot arts organizations as part of the SmARTBiz program sponsored by the Cultural Council and PNC Bank. The programs philosophy is really an equation: Good arts in a community = good quality of life = strong business development. Eleven non-prot organizations received a total of over $54,000 in grants during the SmARTBiz Summit held at the Palm Beach County Convention Center on December 10. The third annual event provided informative business, nancial and marketing sessions, as well as dynamic speakers, including billionaire philanthropist William Koch. The day-long program, which attracted more than 200 attendees representing arts organization all over Palm Beach County, also helped guide non-prot organizations in how to improve the efciency of their operations. Cultural Council Director of Grants Jan Rodusky says Each year SmARTBiz gives us an opportunity to bring together our local arts and business communities to learn from each other, and inspire them to do great things in Palm Beach County. The collaboration between SmARTBiz and the grant recipient organizations will present many opportunities for training that will lead to concrete connections between business and the arts at the partner institutions, says Craig Grant, PNC regional president for eastern Florida. At PNC, we understand that a rich arts community is a signicant driver of our economic success, but most importantly, children who learn about the arts early in life are more likely to remain involved and connected to the arts later on.Tens of thousands in grants awarded to Palm Beach County arts organizations
The Pineapple Newspaper www.PineappleNewspaper.com Feb ruary 2014 51 The love affair with Arts Garage only grows strongeras time goes by. February brings an abundance of valentines including a Radio Theatre production, a multi-Grammy Award winning violinist, an incomparable list of legendary performers, a play about a hilarious romantic triangle and a benet for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Of course, being February, romance is in the air and Valentines Day brings a very special show that will get you in the mood with the seductive sounds of Roseanna Vitro. And what better month than this to bring you the Radio Theatre production of Casablanca? Close your eyes and take out the hankies for one of the most romantic stories of all time. The Radio Theatre productions have been wildly successful, said Artistic Director Lou Tyrrell. And we know that this show will really pull at your heartstrings. Another romantic endeavor is the third play of the season, Fighting Over Beverly. We are thrilled to bring renowned playwright Israel Horovitz back to Arts Garage for another of his masterful works, continued Tyrrell. And we know our South Florida audience will enjoy this entertaining play about a love triangle between three 70-somethings! And although February may be the shortest month of the year, Arts Garage is jam packed with talent. Each and every artist this month is iconic, with critical acclaim echoed by the countrys leading critics. Any music lover will have a cherished experience, said Alyona Ushe, its Executive Director. Brothers Peter and Will Anderson launch this stellar month. Called Remarkable by The Wall Street Journal and virtuosos on clarinet and saxophone by The New York Times, their musical talent has made them the choice for Wynton Marsalis, Jimmy Heath, the Village Vanguard Orchestra, Wycliffe Gordon, Michael Feinstein and the New York City Ballet. Five Grammy Awards grace the mantle of Federico Brito. This titan of the violin is as equally adept within the world of jazz music as he is in the classical realm and has gained recognition as one of the most versatile and talented instrumentalists of his generation. In addition to Dick Hymans activities in the jazz and concert worlds, he has been the music director for Arthur Godfrey and orchestrator of the hit musical Sugar Babies. He has served as composer/arranger/ conductor/pianist for the Woody Allen lms Zelig, The Purple Rose of Cairo, Broadway Danny Rose, Stardust Memories, Hannah and Her Sisters, Radio Days, Bullets Over Broadway, Mighty Aphrodite, Everyone Says I Love You, Sweet and Lowdown, The Curse Of The Jade Scorpion and Melinda and Melinda. Other scores have included Moonstruck, Scott Joplin-King of Ragtime, The Lemon Sisters, and Alan and Naomi. His music has also been heard in The Mask, Billy Bathgate, Two Weeks Notice, and other lms. We are thrilled not only to have Dick Hyman perform, but also to host a special Meet the Artist event, said Ushe. Being able to ask this iconic gure any question, hear his personal story, learn about his experiences and challenges in our intimate venue is priceless. Always focused on helping the community, Arts Garage is hosting a very special fundraiser for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society featuring home-town favorite Chloe Dolandis. For more information about these and all of the other performances, please visit www. artsgarage.org or call 561-450-6357 Saturday 2/1 8:00pmNancy Kelly | Jazz| $25-$35 precisely the right combination of good-time energy and take-no-prisoners swing, Nancy Kelly is in a league of her own with her authentic expression, real emotion and stage presence! Twice named Best Female Jazz Vocalist, her vibrant, rhythmdriven vocals take us back to a time when jazz was jazz, and swing was swingin! Wednesday 2/5 & Thursday 2/6 7:30pmCasablanca | Radio Theatre| $15-$25Of all the gin joints, in all the towns, in all the world, Casablanca walks into ours! Dont miss a word as Arts Garage Radio Theatre tells the timeless story of lovers torn apart by war and personal sacrice. With such a live performance of sensational sounds, youll be begging us to play it again!! Friday 2/7 8pmPeter and Will Anderson | Jazz|$25-$35The New York Times hails them as Virtuosos on Clarinet and Saxophone the Wall Street Journal exclaims Remarkable! Peter and Will Anderson are one of the most extraordinary duos in Jazz today! Playing with pure passion, predictable unpredictability and divine discovery, these boundless brothers take Arts Garage to another level. Saturday 2/8 8:00pmFederico Britos Quintet | Jazz| $25-$35Five Time Grammy Award Winner Federico Britos is the living proof of the universality of jazz and classical music than the career and life work of violinist Federico Britos. Equally adept within the world of jazz music as he is in the classical realm, he has performed with almost all the legends: Dizzy Gillespie, Dexter Gordon, Duke Ellington, Nat King Cole, Woody Herman and Benny Goodman, to name a few. Sunday 2/9 7pmSwing for the Cure | Benet Concert| $30-$35Arts Garage and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society team up to raise money for Blood Cancer treatment with their 1st annual swing for a cure concert. Featuring Chloe Dolandis, with all proceeds going to benet blood cancer research. Friday 2/14 8pm and Saturday 2/15 2pmValentines Special Roseanna Vitro| $25-$35Grammy-nominated vocalist Roseanna Vitro shares her Heart and Soul with her smooth and seductive sounds. Enjoy a very special Valentines evening performance. Her kinetic presence will make it an evening youll remember and a performance youll never forget!! Saturday 2/15 8pmJohnny Rawls | Garage Blues| $25-$35One of the most beloved blues icons out there today; Johnny Rawls is praised for his soul-avored blues, solid pop hooks, smooth vocals and just the right touch of grit and stax-style horns. From Mississippi to Delray Beach, Arts Garage brings the bluest of blues! Sunday 2/16 7pmMark Morganelli | Jazz | $25-$35Flugelhornist & Jazz Forum Arts Executive Director, Mark Morganelli returns to Florida after an absence of 35 years, to lead his Jazz Forum All-Stars featuring veteran pianist Don Friedman in an evening of cherished standards by Rodgers & Hart, The Gershwins, Jerome Kern, Duke Ellington, and Miles Davis, as well as Brazilian favorites by Antonio Carlos Jobim. Meet the Artist: 2/20 $10 7pm; Concert: 2/21$25-$35 8pmDick Hyman | JazzA living, breathing, swinging encyclopedia of Jazz, Dick Hyman has amazing chops and an inquisitive mind that has guided him through explorations of various styles of Jazz. He also brings to Arts Garage, tremendous experience in creating and performing music for countless major lms and television. Come join us for a night of prolic versatility! Saturday 2/22 8pmManuel Valera | Jazz |$25-$35Grammynominated jazz pianist and composer Manuel Valeras music pulses with the hot beats and deep soul of his native Havana!! Performing a sizzling set of Latin jazz, hes sure to spice up the night with his rad chops and solo ights. Opening Night 2/28 Through 3/23 (WednesdayFriday 7:30pm and SaturdaySunday 2pm)Fighting over Beverly by Israel Horovitz | Theatre| $35-$45What does it take to realize that you are the love of your life? Fighting over Beverly centers on a hilarious love triangle between three 70+ year-olds in Gloucester, Massachusetts in the winter of 1998. Clever, witty and lovely, Fighting over Beverly is sure to please!!A Passion to Perform THIS MONTH AT Peter and Will Anderson Michael Morganelli Johnny Rawls Chloe Dolandis Nancy Kelly Federico Britos Roseanna Vitro Dick Hyman
52 February 2014 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Pineapple Newspaper Concert #4 ~ Tenth SeasonSunday, February 9 at The Colony Hotel 4:00pm525 East Atlantic Avenue, Delray BeachGuest Artist: Tao Lin, PianoJ. Turina: Escena andaluza op 7 (1912) J. G. Bach: Piano Concerto no. 1 in d minor, BWV 1052 E. Dohnanyi: Piano Quintet no. 1 in c minor Tickets:Single Admission: $35 per event Season Subscription (5 concerts) : $150 For information and reservations: call 561.213.4138 www.DelrayStringQuartet.com Email Tickets@DelrayStringQuartet.comDelray String Quartet BOCA RATON, FL The Boca Raton Theatre Guilds production of Pippin will open on January 24th and run through February 9th at the Willow Theatre in Boca Ratons Sugar Sand Park. ( Although its set in medieval times, Pippin is actually a joyous musical satire of the changing American culture in the early 1970s, explains the shows director, Keith Garsson. Its another of Bob Fosses classic (yet intimate) shows that proves once again his style has never dated. The musical comedy highlights a young man (Mike Westrich recently of Tick, Tick... Boom!) who tries to nd himself, Garsson continues, And reects the baby boomers coming of age as they took longer to decide careers, life partners, and children. Guiding Pippin through his various peregrinations is the Leading Player (Cabonell Award-winner Reggie White fresh from the national tour of Porgy and Bess) who opens the show with the classic number Magic To Do. Pippin features one of the most entertaining and vivacious scores in Broadway history by Stephen Schwartz (Wicked), Garsson says. And were thrilled to have Carbonell Award-winner Patti Gardner back after her terric performance in our 2013 seasons production of Chicago, along with Leah Sessa as Katherine, Troy Stanley as King Charlemagne, Conor Walton and Randy Charleville. ( I love playing the role of the Leading Player, Whitehead states, Because I always nd something new in the character and the show. This is my third time doing this role, and now that I am a little older, with a different outlook on life in general, I suppose some of that life experience will help me shape this incarnation, at this stage of my life. Patti Gardner and Mike Westrich are equally excited to be a part of the Boca Raton Theatre Guilds rst 2014 production: ( Im playing two roles: Fastrada and Berthe, says Gardner. Berthe is the role Ive ALWAYS wanted to play ever since I saw the original production of Pippin in New York. Both women are diametrically opposed in every way...so itll be great fun to do that. ( Im thrilled to be playing such an amazing role, as I love the score to Pippin, Westrich says. I love the interpretive nature of the piece and I cant wait to bring a new Pippin to the stage Tickets for Pippin are on sale now and can be purchased by calling 561-3473948. ( ( Performances are on W ednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 8 pm, and Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at 2 pm. Tickets are on sale now, and may be purchased at the Willow Theatre Box Ofce at 561-347-3948. The Willow Theatre is located at 300 S. Military Trail, Boca Raton, 33486 (in the heart of Sugar Sand Park, just south of Palmetto Park Road). ( THE BOCA RATON THEATRE GUILD ( PRESENTS ( BROADWAY HIT PIPPIN ( Executive Director Marilynn A. Wick announced The Wick Theatres third production in their inaugural season, 42nd Street opened on January 9th to enthusiastic applause and continues to sell-out each performance as the word-ofmouth spreads. The response has been so overwhelming that weve decided to extend the show another week through February 15th. 42nd Street is thought to be the quintessential Broadway musical. Based on a novel by Bradford Ropes, the story focuses on the heroine, Peggy Sawyer (Julie Kleiner fresh from her recent star turn in Irving Berlins White Christmas) who is plucked from the chorus to save the day when the leading lady takes a tumble and cant go on. This production boasts the largest cast to date at the Wick, with 24 singing and dancing actors. The incredible cast of 22 singers and dancers recall the hey-day of the American musical theatre with a performance chock full of sentimental musical favorites like Shufe Off to Buffalo, Were in the Money, Lullaby of Broadway and, of course, 42nd Street. With the skillful guidance of veteran director, Norb Joerder and choreography by Florida resident, Ron Hutchins, a trip down the Wicks 42nd Street is a love letter to the great musical extravaganzas of the 20s & 30s. And, if that isnt enough to whet your appetite, the cast is dressed in an assortment of fabulous costumes from the 1980 Broadway production and the 2001 revival that are part of the permanent collection at the Wicks Costume Museum and Costume World, Inc. all coordinated under the skilled eye of Kimberly Wick. The 42nd Street cast also features Jim Ballard, as the driven director, Julian Marsh; Aaron Bower as the aging diva, Dorothy Brock and Alex Jorth as Peggys would-be suitor, Billy Lawlor. Rounding out the cast are a host of local favorites that include Missy McArdle, Alan Gerstel, Jeffrey Bruce and Christopher George Patterson, who also serves as the companys dance captain. We are thrilled to have such incredibly talented people working on this show, said Resident Musical Director, Michael Ursua. This is going to be exciting and memorable production! Now extended through February 15th, showtimes for 42nd Street are Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 2:00 p.m. and Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30. Tickets may be purchased by calling the Wick Theatre box ofce at 561-995-2333 or on the web at www.theWick.org. The Wick Theatre (formerly the Caldwell Playhouse) is located at 7901 North Federal Highway in Boca Raton. 42nd Street brings the Lullaby of Broadway to the Wick Theatre Alex Jorth as Billy Lawlor photo by Amy Pasquantonio Pete Seeger, the iconic singer, songwriter and tireless worker for the environment, peace, civil liberties and civil rights, will be celebrating his 95th birthday on May 3rd of this year. Petes friends and admirers take this special occasion to honor Pete with a concert of songs based upon the book he coauthored, Carry It On. The concert will take place on Saturday, February 8, at the Lake Worth Playhouse. Tickets are available on line (LakeWorthPlayhouse.org) and at the Playhouse box ofce for the 2PM matinee and the 7PM evening concert. Ticket prices are $20/$25 in advance and $26/$30 at the door. The concert benets three Lake Worth nonprot organizations. In 1985, Pete Seeger compiled Carry It On, a history of the Labor Movement, co-authored by Bob Reiser. For decades Seeger had been performing with labor on picket lines and at rallies. With his pal Woody Guthrie, Pete toured the country adapting words for the labor movement to old-time melodies. When rst printed, the publisher used a non-union press. Pete and his wife Toshi withdrew all of their savings to have the book reprinted on a union press. Anne Feeney, nationally recognized labor performer joins a cast of local musicians, all recognized for their musical talent and ability to engage audiences. The concert will be narrated by Charlie Birnbaum, deep-voiced manager of the Stonzek Movie Theater. Sharing part of the narration will be the voice of Pete Seeger. On the screen, behind the performers, will be photographs of Petes life, and the words to all of the songs, so the audience can sing-along. A wine and cheese reception with the performers for both afternoon and evening concerts will be held for the audiences between concerts at the Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery at 15 South J. Street in Downtown Lake Worth. Those holding tickets are welcome to attend.IN CONCERT: A tribute to Pete Seeger on his 95th birthdayLake Worth Playhouse presents Carry It On a history of the labor movement through songSouth Beach BlastArt, Antiques & Architecture!The public is invited to attend the 27th Annual Southbeach Blast one-day bus trip leaving the Armory Art Center, WPB and the Delray Beach Public Library, on Sunday February 9, 2014. Mimosas & Mufns begin the morning and then stroll the Antique Collectible Market on Lincoln Road. A threecourse on the water at Smith & Wollenskys will follow. Then view art and architecture along Ocean Drive in South Beach. All inclusive price per person is $95 per person. For more info contact ADSPB at (561) 2769925 or visit www.ArtDecoPB.org
The Pineapple Newspaper www.PineappleNewspaper.com Feb ruary 2014 53 COMING THIS MONTH . .EVENTSFebruary 7-9, 2014 15th Annual Delray Beach Garlic Fest Outdoor Pavilion and Old School Square Park, Friday, 4-11 p.m.; Saturday, 11 a.m.-11 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; tickets $10/$15. The Gourmet food, national act entertainment, professional cooking competition, large childrens area, 185 vendors, full liquor bars. Produced by Delray Beach Arts, Inc. Through May 10, 2014 Budding Artists at the Delray Green Market Old School Square Park Saturday, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Bring the kids to our Budding Artists booth at the Delray Beach Green Market and take home a treasure! Well have creative activities designed for fun and learning. Visit delraycra.org for special Green Market events and dates closed.EXHIBITSFebruary 4, 2013 April 27, 2014 Delray Art League Crest Theatre Galleries Monday-Friday, 9:30 am 4:30 pm; Saturday, 10 am-3 pm; free admission. A multi-media exhibit showcasing oils, watercolors, acrylics, sculptures and photographs. February 14-May 11, 2014 National Juried Exhibition Cornell Museum of Art & American Culture Tuesday-Saturday, 10 am 4:30 pm; Sunday, 1-4:30 pm; closed Mondays and major holidays. Admission: $8 general; $6 seniors & students with ID; free for ages 10 and under. Palm Beach County residents receive free admission every Thursday. This exciting, premiere exhibition features juried works by artists from around the United States, including 13 of our own School of Creative Arts students and instructors! 100 works were selected for the exhibit from nearly 400 submissions reviewed by independent juror, Michael Monroe. Mr. Monroe currently serves as Director of Curatorial Affairs at Bellevue Arts Museum and has also served as an independent curator, writer and advisor. Media includes acrylics, glass, jewelry, oils, photography, sculpture and watercolors. Come in and be inspired!THEATREAll performances are in the Crest Theatre. Tickets are available at DelrayArts.org or 561-243-7922, ext. 1 February 3, 2014 South Florida Symphony Orchestra Monday, 7:30 p.m. Tickets $35/$45/$55 The South Florida Symphony Orchestras Master Concert Series presents DOUBLE SPEAK & HIDDEN MEANINGS, featuring the eminent American pianist, Christopher Taylor, who will perform Prokoevs Piano Concerto, No.3. Completed in 1921, this concerto is one of his most popular works. In addition, Maestra Sebrina Mara Alfonso will conduct Liszts Hamlet: Symphonic Poem No.10 and Shostakovichs Symphony No. 10. Premiered in 1953 after Stalins death, this Symphony was Shostakovichs rst mayor work after his 1948 denunciation. With Hamlet, Liszt sought to recreate the one movement works by inventing the symphonic poem, a piece of music inspired by literary and other nonmusical sources. Learn more at www.southoridasymphony.org. February 10 & 11, 2014 Crest Broadway Cabaret Series presents Stephanie J. Block Monday & Tuesday, 8 p.m. Tickets $45. Considered one of the most relevant and versatile voices in musical theater today, Stephanie is best known for playing the role of Elphaba in Wicked on Broadway and creating the role for the rst national tour. She starred in the revival of The Mystery of Edwin Drood and took over for Sutton Foster in the revival of Anything Goes. Stephanie received a Drama Desk Award nomination for creating the role of Judy Bernly in 9 to 5: the Musical. She created the roles of Grace OMalley in The Pirate Queen and the much acclaimed Liza Minnelli role in The Boy From Oz (starring Hugh Jackman). February 12, 2014 Cinema Talk at the Crest: Race in Cinema Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Tickets $10 general; members free. One of the most controversial aspects of cinema has been the portrayal of ethnic groups. This evening will feature lm clips and a panel discussion about racial stereotypes and the often negative images that result. Cinema Talk is hosted by Caroline BrederWatts and focuses on the art of lm, its historical signicance and its relevance today. February 14-16, 2014 HAIR The American Tribal Love Rock Musical Friday 8 p.m.; Saturday, 2 & 8 p.m.; Sunday 2 p.m. Tickets $45. Winner of Tony and Drama desk awards for Best Revival of a Musical, the Age of Aquarius comes to the Crest! Creating a major stir when it opened on Broadway in 1968, the shows energetic and exuberant cast of social mists are not afraid to tell the world how they feel about everything! Its high spirits are contagious, and its young zestfulness is hard to resist. -The New York Post. February 19, 2014 Ham: Slices of a Life An Evening with Sam Harris Wednesday, 8 p.m. Tickets $35. Singer/songwriter, actor, producer, director and author, Sam Harris will entertain with songs and stories based on his new book, Ham: Slices of a Life which releases January 2014. Called New Yorker-worthy, by The New York Times, Harris 16 humorous stories and essays discuss friendship, celebrity, growing up and getting sober. February 21, 2014 Early Elton Friday, 8 p.m. Tickets $45/$60. A tribute to the music Elton John wrote and sang, and his Trio Period with Dee Murray and Nigel Olsson, from 1970-1972. Featuring JEFF KAZEE (piano and vocals), RICH PAGANO (drums and vocals) and JOHN CONTE (bass and vocals). As the story goes, Eltons label didnt have the funds to send him out on a U.S. tour with a full band, but Elton needed to promote his pending releases. He brought Dee and Nigel on board and rearranged the songs and vocals to t within the limitations of this trio. Suddenly, a new sound emerged that was both raw and poignant. While Early Eltons Jeff, John and Rich have used rare video, bootleg recordings and even Eltons own home demos in shaping their collective vision of Eltons Trio Period, they will be blurring the lines between replication and innovation slightly, while still capturing and utilizing the spirit, mood and energy from those early tours.LEARNINGTry something new at the SCHOOL OF CREATIVE ARTS, where art, photography and writing classes are enriching hundreds of local residents every week. Whether youre a beginner or more advanced, we have opportunities for you! Do you have kiddos? We have six fun childrens classes to choose from! Winter Term 2 opens March 3rd and runs through April 26th. The Writers Colony presents FREE OPEN READINGS on February 13th and March 13th from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Share your original works and make new friends in a literary gathering. All levels are welcome! Come to listen or sign up to participate. This is the perfect opportunity to get started writing or continue that memoir you put away last year. Open readings are organized by Barbara Cronie, Bobbie Kotler and Rosemarie Stinnett. If you would like to read or would like more information, please sign up by calling 561-364-4157. The second installment of our Visiting Artist Workshop Series is slated for February 28th through March 2nd. National artist, BRENDA HOPE ZAPPITELL (who is also right here in Delray!) will teach Building an Abstract Series, where artists will learn how to paint three or more paintings in a day to create their own series. Coming up in March is Alla Prima Figure Painting with David Shevlino. EVENTS, THEATER, EXHIBITS and LEARNING DELRAY BEACHS CENTER FOR THE ARTS Delray Beach Center for the Arts, located at Old School Square in the heart of downtown Delray Beach, offers world-class events, theater, exhibits and learning opportunities. The restored early 20th century school buildings (listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Delray Beach Schools) house the charming Cornell Museum of Art & American Culture (c. 1913), the intimate Crest Theatre (c. 1925) and a Vintage Gymnasium. The Pavilion, which opened in 2002, hosts outdoor concerts and festivals. The School of Creative Arts offers art, photography and writing classes. The Center also serves as a venue for community, corporate, private and media events. For information on performances, exhibits, classes or facility rentals, call 561-243-7922 or visit DelrayArts. org. All dates, times, events and exhibits are subject to change without notice. Delray Beach Center for the Arts announces the 2014 Robert D. Chapin Lecture Series The 2014 Lecture LineupFebruary 13 Elizabeth Smart Thursday 2 & 5:30 pm Tickets $30/$45. The victim of one of the most horric child abduction cases of our time, which lasted from June 5, 2002 to March 12, 2003, Elizabeth Smart shares her powerful, inspirational message of life after a tragic event and overcoming extreme adversity to make a positive difference in the world. She has become one of the nations leading advocates for change related to child abduction, recovery processes and national legislation. Through her foundation, she motivates parents, law enforcement and leaders worldwide to focus on childrens safety. March 20 Tony Mendez Thursday 2 pm Tickets $30/$45. This former CIA agent, who masterminded one of the most daring hostage rescue missions in history, was the inspiration for the Academy Awardwinning lm, ARGO which starred Ben Afeck. Mendez is the recipient of the CIA Intelligence Medal of Merit and was chosen among tens of thousands of agents to be one of 50 agents to receive the prestigious Trailblazer Medallion. He continues to consult the intelligence community and his new book ARGO: How the CIA and Hollywood Pulled Off One Of The Most Audacious Rescues In History was published prior to the release of the lm. Tony is also an award-winning artist with an international reputation. April 10 Linda Evans Thursday 2 pm Tickets $30/$45 Evans is an Award-winning actress and author of Linda Evans: Recipes for Life. In her talk, entitled Aging Gracefully Living your best life and life lessons, Evans will share her personal wisdom, using her own life experiences as compelling, inspirational stories to discuss aging in a culture that does not revere it. Elizabeth Smart HAIR Stephanie J. Block Early Elton
54 February 2014 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Pineapple NewspaperDelray Beach Historical Society debuts World War II exhibitDelray Beach: The World War II Experience, an exciting exhibit of memorabilia and artifacts of the war era in Delray Beach, will debut on March 7, 2014, with an opening night cocktail party from 5 to 8 PM. Veterans of all wars will be honored at a recognition ceremony. Those World War II participants who have passed away will also be remembered. There is no fee to attend the party, though donations are encouraged. The exhibit will run for two weeks inside all three historic buildings on the Delray Beach Historical Society compound, and a $3 fee to view it will be requested during that period. Those interested in attending the party or having questions regarding it or the exhibit should contact the DBHS at 561-274-9578. Wallenberg, A New Musical Drama at Lynn UniversityIn July 1944 Raoul Wallenberg, an ordinary business man from Stockholm, left the quiet of neutral Sweden and ventured into the heart wartorn, Nazi-occupied Hungary. By December, he had saved over 100,000 lives. Raoul Wallenbergs epic journey will be brought to life in a multi-media staged reading of Wallenberg, A New Musical Drama. The production will take place at Lynn Universitys Wold Center for the Performing Arts on February 12th and 13th only. Lynn Universitys Professor Harry Murphy (College of International Communication) will direct the production which will feature Jan McArt, Harry Murphy, John Pickering, and Adam Simpson. Students and faculty of the Lynn University Conservatory of Music will also participate. Tickets for Wallenberg, A New Musical Drama are on sale now and can be purchased by calling 561-237-9000.United States Holocaust Memorial Museum HBO screeningSouth Florida Speaker and Film Series: 50 Children: The Rescue Mission of Mr. and Mrs. Kraus on Feb. 5, 2014 @ 7-8:30PM (Temple Dor Dorim, 2360 Glades Circle, Weston, FL 33327) and Feb. 6, 2014 @ 7-9pm (Congregation Bnai Israel, 2200 Yamato Road, Boca Raton, FL 33431) Please join a screening of the HBO documentary 50 Children: The Rescue Mission of Mr. and Mrs. Kraus. Produced in association with the Museum, this lm recounts the little-known story of Gilbert and Eleanor Krauss extraordinary efforts to save 50 young lives in the heart of the Nazi empire just a few months after Kristallnacht, the worst outbreak of organized violence instigated by the Nazis against Jews until that point. A conversation with lmmaker Steven Pressman, Paul Shapiro, director of the Museums Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies and Daniel Kraus, Granson of Gilbert and Eleanor Kraus, will follow the lm. The 2013-2014 Speaker and Film Series is chaired by Helen Marshall. Price is $18; subscription to entire South Florida Speaker Series is $65 Contact USHMM Southeast Regional Ofce, 561-995-6773, southeast@ushmm. org, www.ushmm.orgThe Delray Beach Playhouse presents You Cant Take It With YouIn February, The Delray Beach Playhouse warms up the winter season with a new production of the popular Pulitzer Prizewinning comedy, YOU CANT TAKE IT WITH YOU. Run dates are February 1 through 16, 2014, and tickets are $30. Set in the madcap Sycamore household, this play is a virtual celebration of American individualism. Everyone in the Sycamore family is encouraged to explore his (or her) personal passions. Their model is Grandpa Vanderhof, a man who quit his 9-to-5 job in middle-age to devote himself to the joy of simply living. Outsiders tend to look askance at Grandpas lackadaisical life-style, including his grand-daughters prospective in-laws and the Internal Revenue Service; but in this rambunctious comedy, individualism triumphs in one of the funniest dinner parties ever seen on a stage. Jim McConville plays Grandpa Vanderhof, while Charlotte Sherman and Bill Manikas play his daughter and son-in-law. Some of the people introduced to their unusual life-style are Dante Marelli (as a free-loading ballet instructor), Jay Underkoer as an I.R.S. agent and Francine Mulliez as an migr Russian Countess. Tickets for YOU CANT TAKE IT WITH YOU are $30, $15 for students 18 and younger. To make reservations, call The Playhouse Box Ofce at (561) 272-1281 Ext. 4. For more information visit us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Chamber Music Series of Palm Beach presents Jon Manasse and Jon NakamatsuLocation: Mar-a-Lago Club, 1100 S Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach, FL 33480 Date: February 11, 2014 Time: 6pm Price: For more information on the by invitation concerts, call 561-379-6773 Contact: Chamber Music Society of Palm Beach (www.cmspb.org) | 561-379-6773 or email@example.com Description: Jon Manasse, Clarinet, and Jon Nakamatsu, Piano. Music by Brahms, Bernstein and Paquito dRivera.The SYMPHONIA presents Grant Cooper and Yevgeny KutikLocation: Roberts Theater at Saint Andrews School, 3900 Jog Road, Boca Raton, FL 33434 Date: February 9, 2014 Time: 3pm Price: $42.75-$71.25 Contact: The SYMPHONIA (www. thesymphonia.org) | 866-687-4201 or info@ thesymphonia.org Description: Grant Cooper, Guest Conductor | Yevgeny Kutik, Violin Soloist Program Ravel Le Tombeau de Couperin | Viotti Violin Concerto No. 22 in A minor | Beethoven Symphony No. 4 in B-at major, op. 60Inside The Music features renowned classical duoBOCA RATON, FL Chamber Music Society of Palm Beach Executive and Artistic Director Michael Finn will present Inside the Music, a discussion on classical music, on Monday, February 10 at 7:00 pm at the Amarnick-Goldstein Concert Hall at Lynn University. Prior to and following the discussion, clarinetist Jon Manasse and pianist Jon Nakamatsu will perform a variety of classical music selections. This discussion and performance is co-sponsored by Lynn Universitys Conservatory of Music and the Chamber Music Society of Palm Beach. Admission is free*. The event consists of a discussion about the various roles that premier artists perform in todays classical music world. Manasse and Nakamatsu will announce their featured musical selections from the stage. What a fantastic collaboration, said Finn. Educating our guests on the story behind the music is such a wonderful opportunity, and the caliber of performers is simply second to none. *Tickets are complimentary, but seating is limited to the rst 250 guests. Interested parties are asked to email RSVP@ thebuzzagency.net for ticket information.Hellraiser Anne Feeney in Concert in Boca RatonPittsburgh-based Anne Feeney performs music she says is designed to comfort the aficted and afict the comfortable. Not many women have chosen to walk the path of Woody Guthrie, but Feeney has made a career of it for the past 35 years. Feeneys bottomless songbag draws on Irish, bluegrass, traditional, labor, pop, folk, and contemporary material. Shes as likely to sing a traditional song or an obscure gem, as she is to sing one of her own award-winning songs. Anne Feeney will be performing in Boca Raton on Saturday February 15. The show is a benet for Peace Action, the nations largest, grassroots peace organization. The event is being organized locally by War vs Human Needs, South Florida (WvHN), an Organizational Member of Peace Action. While Feeney may prefer the excitement of rallies and demonstrations, many of her fans prefer a pepper-spray free environment to listen to the songs and stories that make up her sometimes caustic, often hilarious, always inspiring show. The woman that Utah Phillips called the best labor singer in North America will perform: Saturday February 15, 2014 at 7PM at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Boca Raton, 2601 St Andrews Blvd. in Boca Raton. Tickets: $15-$25 Its a benet, folks. No one turned away for inability to pay. To purchase in advance, send checks made out to Peace Action Education Fund to Frank Shulman, 544 Village Dr, Pompano Beach FL 33060. Your tickets will be held at the door. For further information, contact Frank Shulman at 954-942-0394 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Joining Anne Feeney on the program will be PinkSlip, Bill Bowen and Joan Friedenberg, a popular local folk duo. Thereve also been rumors of an appearance by the Raging Grannies. Tables are available to nonprot activist groups to promote their objectives (free with no sales), and to commercial groups at reasonable rates. Contact Jim Elder, 561379-3634, email@example.com.Music at St. Pauls: Gareth Johnson and Tau Lin in Recital The Music at St. Pauls concert series, now in its 26th season, will feature violinist Gareth Johnson, and pianist Tao Lin, in a program of masterworks for violin and piano. The program will take place on Sunday, February 2nd, at 3:00 PM in historic St. Pauls Episcopal Church at 188 S. Swinton Avenue in the heart of Delray Beach. The program will include the Violin Sonata No.3 of Johannes Brahms, The Last Rose of Summer Variations by Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst, Antonio Bazzinis Round of the Goblins, Op.25, Camille Saint-Sans Havanaise, and J.S. Bachs famous chaconne from the Partita No.2 in D minor. A $15 minimum donation is requested for the concert, with preferred (front center) seating available at $20. Students are admitted for a $5 contribution. Tickets can be reserved by phone at 561-278-6003, or online at www. stpaulsdelray.org. No one will be turned away for inability to contribute. Updated information will be posted, as it becomes available, on the churchs website, www. stpaulsdelray.org. For additional information please contact: Dr. Keith Paulson-Thorp, Director of Music, St. Pauls Episcopal Church 188 S. Swinton Avenue, Delray Beach, Florida 33444. firstname.lastname@example.org, 561-2782003, Fax (561) 276-030417th Annual Downtown Delray Beach Craft Festival The nest crafters in the country will converge upon Downtown Delray Beach with their newest work and a wide selection of original handcrafted items, sure to entice those looking for unique Valentines Day gifts. This eclectic display will feature a full spectrum of craft media including folk art, pottery, personalized gifts, handmade clothing, basket weaving, beaded utensils, candles, handbags & accessories, handmade cards, leather, mosaic, wood, stained glass arts & ends Jon Nakamatsu, Piano and Jon Manasse, Clarinet
The Pineapple Newspaper www.PineappleNewspaper.com Feb ruary 2014 55 and much more. The prices are set to suit all budgets. The artists and crafters will line their booths along 4th Avenue, just north and south of Atlantic Avenue, creating an outdoor gallery style exhibit. February 1 & 2, 2014 Saturday Sunday, 10:00 AM 5:00 PM Along NE & SE 4th Avenues, just north and south of Atlantic Avenue in Downtown Delray Beach Free and open to the public Visit www.artfestival.com or contact email@example.com or 561-746-6615Sol Children Theatre and Evening Star Productions present productions in February and MarchSol Children Theatre, Evening Star Productions, and the companies artistic director Rosalie Grant are not resting on any laurels. Grant, winner this year of the South Florida Theatre Leagues newly established Remy Award as the Outstanding Contributor to Childrens Theatre, has two productions in the planned for February and March, and another ten in the works through December 2014. ( Sol Children Theatre is presenting J.M. Barries Peter Pan or The Boy Who Would Not Grow Up now through February 2nd. Evening Star Productions, the newly created off-shoot of Sol Children Theatre, will present Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde from February 28th through March 16th. Evening Star offers serious young adult actors the opportunity to push the boundaries of their knowledge and talent in a safe and highly professional environment, and to work with professionals to provide practical experience, education, and support for those desiring a career in theatre. ( Adapted for the stage by Jeffrey Hatcher from the Robert Louis Stevenson classic, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a smart, tense, and suspenseful new take on Stevensons look at the evil that lurks in the hearts of men... Hatcher has fashioned a play that seems truer to Stevenson but hipper, sexier and more intense... (The San Francisco Chronicle) ( Tickets to both productions are on sale now, and are available on line at: http://www.solchildren.org, www. eveningstarproductions.org or by phone at 561-447-8829. ( Sol Theatre is located at 3333 North Federal Highway (just south of Spanish River Boulevard) in Boca Raton. For more information about Sol Children Theatre and Evening Star Productions, as well as the companys popular summer camp program, and a complete list of upcoming productions, visit http://www.solchildren. org, www.eveningstarproductions.org, or contact Rosalie Grant at 561-447-8829 / firstname.lastname@example.org or Carol Kassie at 561-445-9244 / email@example.comVicki Siegel exhibits at Weisman Delray Community CenterJourneys featuring the paintings of artist, Vicki Siegel, takes the viewer on an artistic journey from the outside world to a world that exists in the imagination. The exhibition takes place at the Weisman Delray Community Center, January 21, 2014March 2, 2014. Monday Thurs. 9am 5pm. Friday 8:30am 4:30pm. A reception with a brief artist talk will be held Sunday, February 16th from 2-4pm. Free and open to the public. Call 561-558-2100 Vicki Siegels paintings are informed by memory, both personal and collective. Memories are imperfect representations of the past that are altered, fragmented, reconstructed and reinterpreted over time says Siegel. In my narrations details are found in layers often revealing something forgotten or missing from actual experiences or by the collective memories we share. The Weisman Delray Community Center is part of the Ruth Rales Jewish Family Service. It is located at 7091 W. Atlantic Ave. in Delray Beach. Call 561-558-2100.VISION watercolor exhibit coming to the Delray Beach Public Library in 2014 The Delray Beach Public Library is proud to present a new art exhibit for the New Year entitled: VISION with paintings by Boynton Beach resident, Darlene Erickson, Ph.D. Her work will be on display at the Delray Beach Librarys 2nd oor Gallery through February 28. Dr. Erickson, holds a Ph.D. in literature and in addition to being an accomplished watercolorist, is an author, a poet, and a literary critic. She brings more than two decades of painting experience to this exhibit which represents a variety of paintings about her summer travels through Europe. Dr. Erickson has served as President of the Briny Art League of Boynton Beach and her work has been shown in galleries in Florida as well as in Columbus, Ohio, where she spends her summers. For further information on this exhibit and the many programs at the Delray Beach Public Library, visit our website at www. delraylibrary.org or call the Director of Community Relations at 561-266-9490. FLORIDA YOUTH DANCE GALA Set for the Duncan Theatre in Lake Worth February 8Mauricio Caete, Founder and director of MC Dance Productions, announced that tickets are still available for the inaugural FLORIDA YOUTH DANCE GALA, which will be held at the Duncan Theatre, located on the Lake Worth campus of Palm Beach State College, on Saturday, February 8, at 7:30 p.m. The rst FLORIDA YOUTH DANCE GALA will feature will feature dancers Carlos Miguel Guerra and his wife Jennifer Kronenberg, making their rst public performance since leaving Miami City Ballet, where they were both Principal Dancers. The Gala will also showcase more than 40 extraordinarily talented dancers from 11 leading dance academies including 16-year old dancer Francisco Serrano from Sarasota Cuban Ballet School (picture above) and 14-year old dancer Brittany Weger from Dance Universe School in Royal Palm Beach (pictured below, pix by Isis Caro). Dedicated to celebrating and gathering talented dancers from all over the state, the FLORIDA YOUTH DANCE GALA will showcase new choreography, nalists from major dance competitions and some electrifying young dancers, resulting in what may be the most memorable dance event of the coming season, says Caete, a former dancer with Houston Ballet, Ballet Florida and Ballet Eloelle, who has performed in England, Russia, Hong Kong, Canada, Austria, Germany, China and throughout the Far East. Tickets for the rst FLORIDA YOUTH DANCE GALA are only $30 general admission and are available for purchase online at www.oridayouthdancegala.com. arts & ends
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58 February 2014 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Pineapple Newspaper destinations Mata, a Malayan Tiger, returns to Palm Beach ZooWEST PALM BEACH, FL A familiar face that many members of the Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society will remember has returned to the Zoo. Keemasan Mata, typically referred to as Mata, is back after more than two years at Busch Gardens in Tampa, FL. Mata, a 334-pound eight-year-old male Malayan tiger, has returned as part of a breeding recommendation under the Species Survival Plan (SSP) by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA). Mata fathered three cubs at Busch Gardens, and zookeepers at the Palm Beach Zoo are hopeful he will mate with Berapi, the female tiger who successfully littered three tiger brothers, Jaya, Bunga and Penari, in 2011. Nancy Nill, Associate Curator for the Palm Beach Zoo, is thrilled to have Mata back. Nill worked closely with the tiger when he was at the Zoo from November 2006 to April 2011. Words cant describe how excited we are to receive Mata, said Nill. He was an amazing tiger to work with when he was previously here, and it appears this has not changed. He was also a favorite of many of our Zoo members, so it is an exciting time for them as well. I am also looking forward to the possibility to be able to see tiger cubs born and raised here again, she continued. We were very fortunate the rst time, so hopefully we will be fortunate again. Zoo ofcials say Mata has returned as a more experienced tiger regarding breeding, so they are optimistic that he will father cubs again. Right now, Mata is in the tiger nighthouse behind Tiger Falls, the Zoos Malayan tiger habitat, where he will remain until he and Berapi can be safely reintroduced. About the Palm Beach Zoo The Zoological Society of the Palm Beaches exists to inspire people to act on behalf of wildlife. We advance our conservation mission through endangered species propagation, education and support of conservation initiatives in the eld. Our commitment to sustainable business practices elevates our capacity to inspire others. The Palm Beach Zoo is a located at 1301 Summit Boulevard in West Palm Beach, Florida. The Zoo is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day, except Thanksgiving and Christmas. For more information, visit www. palmbeachzoo.org.Mata at Busch Gardens Photo provided by Busch Gardens Tampa Lake Worths February calendar is lled with major events every week and weekend. With all of the free parking throughout town, Lake Worth is the perfect place to eat, stroll, and take in a movie, a show or a gallery. Several hundred thousand will stop in town for the worlds nest Street Painting Festival. Celebrate the 95th birthday of legendary folksinger and humanitarian, Pete Seeger at the Carry It On Tribute to him at the Lake Worth Playhouse. Hearts and owers will be everywhere in town for Valentines Day. Some of the areas best bistros will provide your romantic little dinner. The Lake Worth Street Painting Festival is celebrating its 20th Anniversary this year. Gallery owner Maryanne Webber (705-711 Lucerne) is the heart and soul behind this event. The festival takes place on February 22, 23 with lots of set-up parties all day Friday, the 21st. With several hundred thousand expected for this big event, look for spectacular arts works, really great food and music, music, music everywhere. Watch as over 400 artists use the pavement as canvas to transform downtown Lake Worth into a temporary outdoor museum of original art and masterpiece reproductions. See the streets come alive as the artists transform the pavement into works of art. It happens every February in downtown Lake Worth, Florida. Street performers, strolling minstrels and main stage musical entertainment add to the creative atmosphere. A Taste of Lake Worth, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Lake Worth, traditionally takes place on the Friday evening, February 21, preceding the festival. Buy your wrist band for $20 and spend the evening going to most of Lake Worths nest restaurants for tastes of their food. The money raised supports underserved children locally and globally. Only 300 wrist bands will be sold, so make your reservations early. 561-856-0832 or 561-8271646. Visit AuctionForGood.com to bid on items donated for this event. Carry It On, a Tribute to Pete Seeger, will be performed at the Lake Worth Playhouse, Saturday, February 8 at 2PM (Matinee) and 7PM evening concert. The concert is based upon Seegers Book, Carry It On, a history of the Labor Movement through song. The story is narrated with words and pictures ashed on the screen behind the performers so the audience can sing along. Appearing in concert will be Anne Feeney, national artist, and local performers, Grant Livingston, Marie Nofsinger, Mel & Vinnie, Tracey Sands, Kat Mahoney and Cerina Anderson. The concert will be narrated by Charlie Birnbaum. Tickets are available at LakeWorthPlayhouse. org or at the Playhouse box ofce. The Spirit of the Brush, a workshop for artists at the Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery will be held on Saturday, February 15 from 9AM-12PM. Master artist Jiansheng (Jackson) Li, world renowned ceramic artist and brush maker will be leading a workshop on the ancient craft of Chinese Brush Making. The workshop will cost $145 with a $10 materials fee. This workshop is limited to 20 artists. Jackson and his wife Ying will be demonstrating brush applications to paper as well as ceramics once the brushes are complete. Call 561-588-8344 or JClay6@aol. com for reservations. The Lake Worth Arts League is having an exhibition, Celebrating Art February 11March 8, 2014. There will be a demonstration, Painting with Wax on February 20th at 7PM. The League is offering classes in Oil, Acrylic, Pastel and Water Color Painting The Gallery is located at 604 Lucerne Avenue in downtown Lake Worth. For information call 561-586-8666. Outdoor shows are held monthly in the Cultural Plaza, 9AM-4:30 PM. The Lake Worth Playhouse presents, One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nes t, Feb 27-Mar 16. $26-$35. McMurphy is a charming rogue who contrives to serve a short sentence in an airy mental institution rather than in prison. He learns this was a mistake when he clashes with the head nurse, a erce martinet. Quickly, he takes over the yard and accomplishes what the medical profession has been unable to do for twelve years. The Stonzek Movie Theater presents: January 31 February 6: Oscar nominated short lms live action/animation/documentary. February 7 February 13 Claude Lanzmanns Last of the Unjust director of Shoahs not to be missed 4 hr documentary about Theresienstadt, Adolf Eichmanns model concentration camp. February 14-20 Oscar nominated short lms live action/animated/documentary. Friday, February 7, Evening on the Avenue: Most of Lake Worths shops and restaurants will be rolling out the red carpet for you. Remember, parking is FREE. Friday, February 7, Gail Erickson will be the featured artist at Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery, 15 South J Street. Gails dramatic ceramic sculptures, as well as her unusual, anthropomorphic bird feeders and orchid tree huggers will be center stage that evening. Cupids Clue Crawl (Scavenger Hunt & Downtown Crawl) takes place on Saturday, February 8, starting at 4:00 PM. 772-261-4360 or firstname.lastname@example.org. or facebook.com/thirdeyeadventures February 10, Food Truck Invasion on the parking lot of PNB Bank. 6-10 PM sponsored by South Shores Tavern. Friday, February 14 is the night of Valentine Lovers. Look for Sweetheart Specials all over town. There will not be a shop in town that will miss the opportunity to dazzle your loved one with one-of-a-kind gifts. Brogues Down Under will be installing sliding glass doors in the large dining room. The glitter of lights will make for a most romantic dinner. Look for lovers specials at South Shores Tavern, The French House, La Bonne Bouche, Poutine Dog and every bistro in between. Friday, February 14, MaryEllen Dohrs will be the featured artist at the Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery. MaryEllen is best known for her sculptures of sports gures including basketball players, football players, sumo wrestlers, and hockey players. Saturday, February 15-March 15, the Palm Beach Cultural Council, 601 Lake Avenue, features the works of Steve Horan. Titled, People of Yellowstone Photo Exhibition, Steve has created a series of captioned portraits of the people whose lives are centered around Yellowstone National Park. The Wellington Arts Society comes to Lake Worth for an exhibit of their works. The exhibit runs from February 16-24 with special opening, Thursday, February 20. The exhibit will take place at the Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery at 15 South J Street. Call 561588-8344 for information. Friday, February 21 is another Evening on the Avenue in Downtown Lake Worth. This is the start of Street Painting Festival. In addition to the Taste of Lake Worth, Theo Sable will be the featured artist at the Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery. Theo will be displaying her multi-talented works of jewelry, ceramics and collage. She will be reading selections from her rst edition publication of her poetry, Dirty Secrets. The Bees Knees, 704 Lake, will be giving 20% to the Military personnel all of February. On Tuesdays there will be a free gift with every $100 purchase. Wednesday is 20% off for all local merchants. Thursdays is 20% off for teachers, coaches and related educators. Friday the medical personnel of the world get their 20% off. On Saturdays, 20% off for anyone mentioning this article and on Sundays, 50% off many selected items... A new Wellness Center has opened in Lake Worth. After all of your gallivanting around Lake Worth, you might want to stop in to see Ron Gold at 309 Lake Avenue. Dr. Gold has relocated his ofce to the downtown area after 26 years of practice. He has been helping families achieve lifetime wellness through affordable Chiropractic care. www. GoldChiro.net (561) 967-2225 For additional information contact JClay6@aol.com. THE MOD SQUAD February in Lake WorthArt, Music, Hearts and Street Painting Festival
The Pineapple Newspaper www.PineappleNewspaper.com Feb ruary 2014 59 Sunday, February 23, 2014 at the historic Boynton Womans ClubBOYNTON BEACH, FL The annual Children & Parents Day has evolved into Palm Beach Countys premier cultural culinary event for kids and their families mixing arts activities, kids cooking classes and culinary demos for the whole family. The apple fruit has landed the lead role in the ninth annual Children & Parents Day set for Sunday, February 23, 2014 at the historic Boynton Womans Club. Children & Parents Day was developed by the nonprot Museum of Lifestyle & Fashion History. The 2014 Children & Parents Day: Celebrating the Apple Fruit is serving as a prelude to National Nutrition Month and offering continued support to the State of Floridas Viva Florida initiative. Returning as presenting sponsors are Target and Kingston Fresh, a produce company. New sponsors for 2014 are CocaCola and Blue Bell Creameries. A wide variety of educational, arts and crafts activities with an apple fruit theme are available at the event. Plus, local Palm Beach County artists will host interactive art activities. The artists are from ActivistArtista of Boynton Beach; Art-Sea Living Gallery of Boynton Beach; Boynton Beach Art in Public Places; and Inge Behrens of Boca Raton. Five local chefs and bakers are conrmed to contribute to the event that will include an apple-infused ve course allyou-can-eat farm-to-table buffet; tastings, cooking demos and kids cooking classes. The returning featured chefs and bakers are Chef Chrissy Benoit of The Little House of Boynton Beach; Chef Phillip Herman of the Secret Garden Caf and the Urban Farm; Pastry Chef Lara Fisher of Laras Cakes of Lantana; Pastry Chef Anna Orland of Palermos Bakery in Boynton Beach and baker Bonnie Brown of Bonnies Best Bites in Boynton Beach. Some of the apple recipes are original creations by the chefs and bakers; and some apple recipes are from the U.S. Apple Association. Other apple cuisines will be enriched by National Nutrition Months recommended Spices from Around the World and Herbs from Around the World. The apple cuisines will also be enhanced with Florida grown fruits and vegetables. Blue Bell Creameries will be introducing tastings of apples and ice cream The 2014 Children & Parents Day has joined First Lady Michelle Obamas Lets Move campaign. Additional health components added to Children & Parents Day: Celebrating the Apple Fruit are a Get Fit with the Apple Fruit exercise activity by the Zoo Gym of Boynton Beach; and health screenings by Florida Health Palm Beach County. Families in attendance will enjoy the sounds of the Lake Worth High School Steel Band and jazz music by Greg Kokus. An apple orchard created for Children & Parents Day is available for the souvenir photos. Granny Smith will also be making personal appearance and conducting storybook reading. The legacy of Granny Smith is that she cultivated the green apple in 1868. There are now more than 7,000 varieties of apples. The origin of the apple is Asia in 328 BC. Apples were introduced in North American in the 17th century by colonists. The apple fruit is very nutritious containing dietary ber, protein and Vitamin C. Families in attendance will also meet local farmers from the Florida Farm Bureau Federation. Student volunteers are from American Heritage School of Boca/Delray, National Honor Society of Palm Beach Lakes High School and the South Tech Culinary Academy. The Boynton Womans Club is located at 1010 S. Federal Highway in Boynton Beach. Tickets for Children & Parents Day purchased in advance of the event are $15 per person and free for children under age 3. Tickets purchased on the same day are $25 per person and free for children under age 3. Fees include all-you-can-eat buffet, all arts and crafts, activities and all entertainment. Tickets can be purchased at ChildrenParentsDay.org. For more information call 561-243-2662. Here is a sample recipe from the U.S. Apple Association Apple-Cheddar Mac and Cheese by U.S. Apple Association Prep Time: 25 minutes Baking Time: 30 minutes Yield: 4 (1 cup) servings Ingredients: 1 cup dry elbow macaroni (5 ounces) 1 cup small diced, unpeeled, tart green or red apples 2 tablespoons butter cup nely chopped onion 2 tablespoons all-purpose our 2 cup whole milk (lower fat milk can be substituted) 1 small bay leaf 2 1/3 cup shredded sharp white or yellow cheddar cheese (about 10 ounces) teaspoon dry sherry Salt to taste Ground white pepper to taste 1/3 cup plain panko (Japanese bread crumbs regular bread crumbs can be substituted) Directions: 1. Preheat oven to 350 F. Butter a 11/2-quart round casserole; set aside. 2. Cook pasta in large saucepan according to package directions until al dente. Rinse with cold water to stop the cooking; drain well. Return pasta to saucepan. Add apples. 3. Meanwhile, melt butter in medium heavy saucepan. Add onion and cook over medium heat about 3 minutes or tender. Stir in our; cook and stir about 1 minute or until fragrant. 4. Slowly stir in milk with wire whisk. Bring mixture to a gentle simmer, stirring constantly. Add bay leaf. Reduce heat to low and cook sauce for 10 minutes, stirring often. 5. Remove and discard bay leaf. Stir in 2 cups of the cheese and dry sherry. Cook and stir about 1 minute or until cheese is melted. Remove from heat; season to taste with salt and pepper. 6. Add cheese sauce to pasta-apple mixture; gently stir until well combined. Transfer mixture to prepared casserole. Sprinkle with remaining 1/3 cup cheese and panko. Bake, uncovered, in preheated oven about 30 minutes or just until heated through and lightly browned. Let stand about 5 minutes before serving.The Museum of Lifestyle & Fashion Historys ninth annual Children & Parents Day will feature an all-you-can-eat ve-course buffet by Chef Phillip Herman of the Secret Garden Caf and the Urban Farm using some recipes from the U.S. Apple Association. Chrissy Benoit of The Little House of Boynton Beach will be conducting cooking demos and kids cooking classes for the Museum of Lifestyle & Fashion Historys ninth annual Children & Parents Day. Sweet Potato Apple Soup is one of the cuisines she created for the event that will be showcased with a cooking demo and tastings.Sweet Potato Apple Soup Ingredients 1 cup chopped yellow onion 1/4 cup sliced leeks (whites only) 4 large Granny Smith apples, cored, peeled and quartered, plus 1 Granny Smith apple, cored and sliced thinly, for garnish 2 cups chicken broth 1 bay leaf 1/4 teaspoon dried thyme 3 cups evaporated milk 6 small sweet potatoes, peeled and sliced 4 ounces brie cheese, cut into small slices to over Directions Spray a soup pot with cooking spray. Add the onion, leeks and 4 of the 5 apples. Saute over medium heat until softened, 5 to 7 minutes. Add the chicken broth, bay leaf, and thyme. Bring to a boil, reduce heat to low and simmer for about 15 minutes. Remove the bay leaf. Turn off heat and set the mixture aside. While the broth mixture is cooking, combine the evaporated milk and potatoes in a separate saucepan. Cook over medium heat until the potatoes are tender, 15 to 20 minutes. Stir frequently. Pour the potato mixture into the soup pot. Stir to mix evenly. In a blender or food processor, puree the soup in batches until smooth, adding the pieces of brie cheese while pureeing. Return the pureed batch to the soup pot and heat until warmed through. Ladle into individual bowls and garnish with diced apple. Serve immediatelyNinth annual Children & Parents Day 2014 featuring the Apple Fruit
60 February 2014 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Pineapple NewspaperSold-out Winter Harvest event at The Delray Beach Historical Society honored farmers past and presentDelray Beachs remarkable agricultural heritage and current farm-to-table renaissance was the inspiration for the food and wine pairing event that took place at The Delray Beach Historical Society, Wednesday, January 15th. Seventy lucky ticket holders gathered to taste the culinary creations of four of Delrays most acclaimed chefs and taste wine pairings from celebrated Sommelier, Stephanie Miskew. There was a waiting list of 82 for tickets to the $45 per person event. The evening began with a rst-course, Catch of the Day Ceviche and champagne reception in the Ethel Sterling Williams House, where guests toured a gallery of historic farming photos and meandered through a farmer showcase. Bedners Farm Fresh Market, Thomas Produce Company, Farmer Jay Pure Organics and Yee Farms shared bags of complimentary local veggies, fruits and fresh herbs and talked to guests about their farms and mission to get the word out about what they do. Afterwards, the elegant, four-course, sit-down portion of the evening took place outside under the canopy of the Jacaranda Tree in the main courtyard adorned with twinkle lights. Tables were set with ameless glowing candles and featured awe-inspiring centerpieces created and donated by Daren Bahl of The Tailored Twig. Each centerpiece with four-foot sugarcane stalks, gladiolas, ornamental pineapples, fresh owers and greens told its own story of Delray Beachs nostalgic agricultural past. Chef Eric Baker from Maxs Harvest, Chef Jimmy Mills from Jimmys Bistro, Chef Nick Morfogen from Thirty-Two East and Chef Michael Haycock from The Grove created dishes representing their restaurants and honoring the theme of the evening. Wait staff in tuxedo dress delivered plates as each Chef described their dish and talked about the local farms they partner with and the signicance of sourcing local. Certied Sommelier, Stephanie Miskew sourced complementary wines from the North Coast of California from Art + Farm Vineyard for the evening and spoke about each pairing and answered questions from the enthusiastic crowd. Co-presidents of The Delray Beach Historical Society, Angela Kumar and Leslie Callaway, are very grateful to the event sponsors without whom the event would not be possible Floridian Community Bank, Bedners Farm Fresh Market, The Florida Farm Bureau, Thomas Produce Company, Mr. Sandy Simon and Allen and Mary Whittemore. Through sponsorship donations and ticket sales the event raised approximately $4,800 to help fund important educational programs, exhibits, City archiving efforts and stafng at the non-prot Delray Beach Historical Society. President, Angela Kumar reects, It truly was an evening to remember and honor those hardy and adventurous pioneers that settled here in the late 1800s and turned Delray Beachs raw land into the humble beginnings of a rural farm town along the banks of what is now known as the Intracoastal Waterway. They were lled with awe by the untouched wilderness and saw something in Delray. They persevered and tamed the wild into a thriving community. Weve come full circle with our Winter Harvest event and are thankful to all of the local farms in our area and the restaurants who support them! Angela adds, We really wanted to get the word about our local farmers, CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) programs and area farm markets. Weve been overwhelmed with the positive feedback weve received and requests to hold additional events like this. The community really came together, had a great time and celebrated something truly unique and special happening in Delray Beach. Visit or call the DBHS to learn more about their calendar of events plus membership and volunteer opportunities. 561.274.9578 or http://www.delraybeachhistory.org The Delray Beach Historical Society is located at 5 NE 1st Street, Delray Beach, FL 33444. Jason Farmer Jay McCobb and Drake Co-President Angela Kumar; Chef Nick Morfogen, Thirty-Two East; Chef Eric Baker, Maxs Harvest; Chef Michael Haycook, The Grove; Chef Jimmy Mills, Jimmys Bistro; Co-President Leslie Callaway; Sommelier, Stephanie Miskew
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62 February 2014 www.PineappleNewspaper.com T he Pineapple Newspaper Murder on the Beach Mystery Bookstore is pleased to announce a series of wine seminars with noted local radio celebrity, author, and wine expert, Mark Spivak. Wine: Old World vs. New World Tuesday February 18 6-8 pm. If youre a seasoned wine drinker, you probably grew up drinking bottles from France, Italy and Germany, while younger consumers likely cut their teeth on wine from California, New Zealand, Australia and Chile. There are distinct differences between the two styles in terms of aroma, avor, fruit prole and winemaking approach. Explore these two very different versions of wine production, illustrated with tasting samples of four wines. Hors doeuvres served. $50 per person. Salud!: The Wines of Spain Tuesday March 18 6-8 pm. In terms of value for money, Spain is producing some of the best wine on the planet. In addition to being reasonably priced, Spanish wine is concentrated, avorful and distinctive. Join local wine expert Mark Spivak for an exploration of basic styles such as Cava, Albarino, Grenache and Rioja, illustrated with tasting samples of four wines. Hors doeuvres served. $50 per person. Mark Spivak is an award-winning writer specializing in wine, spirits, food, restaurants and culinary travel. He was the wine writer for the Palm Beach Post, and was honored by the Academy of Wine Communications for excellence in wine coverage. Since 2001 he has been the Wine and Spirits Editor for the Palm Beach Media Group, as well as the restaurant critic for Palm Beach Illustrated. Spivak is the author of Iconic Spirits: An Intoxicating History, and is currently the host of Quench!, a weekly podcast that reveals the untold stories behind everyones favorite alcoholic beverages, available on iTunes and at www.webtalkradio.net. Murder on the Beach is a locally owned independent community bookstore located at 273 NE 2nd Avenue in Pineapple Grove in Delray Beach, frequently holding author signings, literary luncheons, writers seminars, and other events. www.murderonthebeach.com. To Register: email@example.com or 561-279-7790. For more information contact Joanne Sinchuk, 561-279-7790 or firstname.lastname@example.orgWine seminars at Murder on the Beach Bookstore Rollin with Murph is one of The Food Beats original programs that feature Delray Beach restaurants. The show stars Danny Murphy, a professional actor who has appeared in several major motion pictures including Theres something about Mary, Kingpin, Shallow Hall, Hall Pass, and Me, Myself, and Irene. In Rollin with Murph, Danny who is a chair user, explores the accessibility attributes of the establishment for people in chairs, walkers and strollers. I love going into restaurants and shops where the owner is the person that welcomes you and prepares your order. Especially when the owner is as unique as the one at Gizzis Coffee on South Federal Highway. Im sure there are more than few people reading this that believe the gregarious fellow behind the counter with the exotic accent is Gizzi. Hes not. Hes Andreas, but he is the owner, and he and his coffee shop are far from regular Joes. Gizzis is way beyond any coffee shop youll find in Delray Beach...from 50 varieties of organic coffee to Andreas off center commentary, there are many reasons to try Gizzis and even more reasons to come back again and again. In fact, it is rumored that close to 70% of the people that come through Gizzis doors each day are regulars. You can count me in that group now as I have grown fond of Gizzis organic teas and organic desserts. Of course, coffee consumers of every demographic find java love at Gizzis. Lattes, cappuccinos, espresso, ice coffees, and a daily variety of fresh brews are available throughout the day. For those non-coffee fans, Gizzis offers a full line of smoothies, vitamin drinks, sorbets, low calorie/no carbs beverages, and as I mentioned earlier, a nice assortment of organic teas. You can also purchase Gizzis organic coffees in bulk to take home. The food selection at Gizzis is also varied, with a strong connection to fresh and organic. You can enjoy all the typical fair such as bagels, scones, assorted pastries, croissants and cheesecake, but for those seeking healthier choices, Gizzis does not disappoint. There are many organic sweets and even an assortment of gluten free options including cookies and banana bread. If you have a grander appetite, Gizzis has that covered too. There are a plethora of freshly prepared breakfast sandwiches from which to choose. I indulged in a turkey, egg, and cheese on a bagel, and it was Gizzilicious. My camera man woofed down a bacon, egg, and cheese on a croissant in record time, and then chased it with a cheese Danish. To be young again. Lunch and dinner choices include a variety of salads and ciabbatta bread paninis. The interior of Gizzis is spacious and comfortable with a fireplace and plenty of seating. While I visited, there were many patrons gazing into their laptops and tablets and taking advantage of the free Wi Fi. Gizzis hosts live entertainment, and also provides space to a varied group of organizations. Seems all kinds of different folks enjoy the comforts and hospitality that is Gizzis...from business groups to AA meetings...even speed dating. For me, the ample free parking, the covered walk ways, and spacious interior are a huge plus. Too often, chair users or others with mobility challenges have a difficult time maneuvering in local restaurants. Gizzis made accessibility a priority when designing the business and it shows. But the one thing that separates Gizzis from the rest is Andreas. You just never know what hes going to say next, as my friend found out during the filming of our Rollin with Murph episode. His quick wit and contagious laughter, paired with fabulous organic beverage and food options make Gizzis worthy of a visit. Make sure to tell him Murph sent you. Thats how I roll, Murph To see the Rollin with Murph episode featuring Gizzis, visit www.thefoodbeat.com Gizzis Coffee 2275 S Federal Hwy, Delray Beach, FL 33483 www.gizzisdelray.com Zona Fresca celebrated grand opening in Delray Beach with ribbon cutting ( DELRAY BEACH, FL Zona Fresca, not your everyday Mexican food, but Mexican food you can eat every day, celebrated the grand opening of its Delray Beach location with a ribbon cutting ceremony and menu sampling. Joining in the celebration were members of the Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce and representatives of PROPEL, the non-prot that was named beneciary of the grand opening. We are so proud to be a member of the Delray Beach community and grateful for the opportunity to partner with PROPEL to raise money for disadvantaged youth in South Palm Beach and North Broward Counties, said Kelly Ashby, general manager of the Delray Beach Zona Fresca. This community has welcomed Zona Fresca with open arms and were looking forward to offering great Mexican food that is fresh, light and made with natural ingredients to members of the Delray Beach Chamber, local business leaders and residents. The Delray Beach Zona Fresca restaurant is located at 1705 S. Federal Highway and is open Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. For more information, please call (561) 901-ZONA (9662), visit www.ZonaFresca. com or visit the Delray Beach Zona Fresca Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/ ZonaFrescaDelrayBeach. (L to R): PROPEL Program Director Drew Gaut; General Manager of the Delray Beach Zona Fresca Kelly Ashby; PROPEL Executive Director Nhu NguyenChef Eric Baker named Executive Chef at Maxs Harvest Chef James Kampper moves to Maxs GrilleDELRAY BEACH, FL Acclaimed Chef Eric Baker, most recently of the Buckhead Restaurant Groups Lobster Bar Sea Grille, has joined Maxs Harvest (www.maxsharvest.com) as Executive Chef. Chef James Kampper is moving to Maxs Grille while Patrick Broadhead, Executive Chef and Partner in The Max Group, continues to oversee the culinary direction of both restaurants. Prior to serving as the Executive Chef at the Lobster Bar Sea Grille in Fort Lauderdale, Chef Baker was the Executive Sous Chef at the W Hotel in Fort Lauderdale and the hotels Steak 954, both Starr Restaurant Group establishments. He also held sous chef positions with Chops Lobster Bar in Boca Raton and Caf Boulud at the Brazilian Court n Palm Beach. Previously, Chef Baker was Chef de Partie at Restaurant Market in Paris, a restaurant of Jean-Georges Vongerichten and served in the kitchen at LEspadon, Ritz Hotel Paris, and Louis XVI in Patchogue, New York. We are delighted to welcome the acclaimed Chef Baker to the Maxs family, said Dennis Max. He will be instrumental as Maxs Harvest continues to expand its network of local farmers who produce the highest-quality, sustainable ingredients for the eaterys farm-to-fork cuisine. Maxs Harvest is located in historic Pineapple Grove at 169 NE 2nd Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33444. For more information, visit www.maxsharvest.com. Chef Eric Baker Key Lime Scones!A South Florida TraditionCultivated for thousands of years in the Indo-Malayan region, the Key lime made its way to North Africa and the Near East via Arabian traders, and then was carried on to Palestine and Mediterranean Europe by the Crusaders. Columbus is credited with bringing the Key lime to Haiti, where it was introduced by Spanish settlers to Florida. The Key Lime along with other Florida citrus has seen its fair share of hard times. Hurricanes and citrus canker over the years have seriously depleted supply and hindered growing. But, if youre lucky, youve got Key Limes growing in your backyard. They are yellower and smaller than Persian limes and are coveted for their unique aroma and taste. If you dont have your own Key Lime tree, you can purchase a Mexican variety of Key Lime in your local grocery store. Key Lime Scones (makes 10-12 scones; the key to good scones is gentle preparation and handling and cold butter!) Preheat oven to 350 degrees 2 cups + one tablespoon all purpose our cup sugar 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda teaspoon salt cup COLD unsalted butter (place in freezer for 30 minutes) chopped into small chunks cup buttermilk 2 teaspoons Key Lime peel from ripe limes (avoid the bitter rind) Juice of 4 key limes Additional sugar In a medium bowl, combine our, sugar, baking powder, baking soda and salt. Gently, cut in the COLD butter. Texture should resemble ne crumbs. Add buttermilk, Key Lime juice and Key Lime peel, stirring gently until just mixed. Turn onto a oured surface and knead gently. Shape into a ball. On a greased baking sheet, pat dough into a circle about a inch thick and 8 inches in diameter. Using a sharp knife, cut wedges in the dough, being careful not to cut all the way through. Sprinkle lightly with sugar. Bake 350 degrees for 20 minutes or until edges are lightly browned. Glaze 4 tablespoons Key lime juice Zest from the key limes 1/4 teaspoon clear vanilla extract 2 cups powdered sugar Combine the above. When scones come out of the oven, wait 5 minutes and brush on glaze as desired.
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