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The Pap Corps is on the move! The Champions for Cancer Research are gearing up for their 13thAnnual Walkathon and Health Fair, which takes place at FAUs Boca Raton campus on Saturday, March 16th at 8:30 a.m. Another Step Closer is this years theme, as the Corps celebrates the incredible strides that have been made in cancer research. YOUR CLOSEST NEIGHBOR.Nearly 400,000 readers!The Boca Raton Tribunefor news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com Send us a picture of you reading The Boca Raton Tribune to firstname.lastname@example.orgCommunitySee page 3 Boca Realtor Goldberg Arrested for Making Child PornMunicipalSee page 19 A Finely-Tuned Looped at Parker PlayhouseLife & ArtsSee page B1 Delray Marketplace, a new Dining, Entertainment DestinationBusinessSee page 26 Steve Ucko reading The Boca Raton TribuneStory on page 5 Another Step Closer: The 13th Annual Pap Corps Walkathon and Health Fair Saturday, March 16St. Jude 20th Annual Gala HonoreesCommunitySee page 5 7th Festival of the Arts Boca March 7-16 at Mizner Park 7th Festival of the Arts Boca March 7-16 at Mizner Park Continued on page 7
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Proverbs 22:6The Boca Raton Tribunewww.bocaratontribune.com Community Papers of Florida West Boca Chamber of Commerce Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce Independent Free Papers of America Paper Chain Council INDEXCommunity News Pg.03 Municipal News Page 11 Section B Page 13 Business Page 23 ColumnistsPg B7, B8, 22. 24. 27 Games Page 26 Sports Page 29 Cinemark Palace theatre opened the fourth Cinemark XD auditorium in South Florida featuring a large, wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling screen, an enhanced, custom sound system and plush seating, with the brightest light standards in both the lower level and Premier level seating. theatre on Federal and Linton will be closing at the end of their lease next year and a fitness gym may be moving in. undergo closed renovations starting in May and will lay off 96 workers beginning April 30. move the Fourth of July Fireworks from the FAU campus to the Spanish River Park but the Park District is objecting. Talbott, once among the largest landowners in Palm Beach County, continues to face legal and financial problems, according to a recent involuntary Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition filed by three creditors in Talbotts name, who claim Talbott owes them $2.9 million. was named 2012 Firefighter of the Year By the Boca Raton Fire Rescue Department and Paramedic of the Year by the Palm Beach County EMS Providers Association, for his work and community activities. He was honored by the Department and will be also honored by the 100 club of South Palm Beach County at its Annual Awards Ceremony March 20 at the Royal Palm Yacht and Country Club. million, 52,00 Sq. Ft. 22 bed Marcus Neuroscience Institute by the Boca Raton Regional Hospital, made possible by the Marcus Foundation on behalf of Home Depot co-founder Bernie Marcus and house the hospitals stroke center. annual list of top companies for womenowned businesses by the Womens Business Enterprise National Council. Ross may be interested in purchasing a Major League Soccer team and is looking to develop property in Abu Dahbi. for President may put Marco Rubios ambition on hold for a few years as he is much younger and can run later. instructions on Library EBooks and Social Networking (Pinterest) is at the for details. Kravis Center March 6-10. Visit Kravis. Center for the Performing Arts through March 17. Go to Browardcenter.org or March 17 at the Lake Worth Playhouse. Visit lakeworthplayhouse.org or call Cinemark and Regal Entertainment Shadowwood theatres are Oz the Great and Powerful, Dead Man Down, Emperor and Hava Nagila (at Shadoowwood) and at the Movies of Delray and Lake Worth theatres. Sign the Nickys Family petition and at the Last Picture Show. television show features South Tech Academy Vice Principal Rick Murphy, Automotive Technology Academy Instructor Tim Brown, Palm Beach County Film and Television Commission Director of Operations and Programming Michelle Hillery, Boating Beach Bash volunteer Wendy Friswell, The LemonTree Caf owner Dane Meyer and Sun-Sentinel editorial columnist Kingsley Guy. Watch it on Friday morning, or any time after that on publicrelations.nu, bocaratontribune. com, or Vimeo.com to win free Cinemark theatre tickets. Hoffman, Patti Gardner, Ken Clement, Sally Bondi, and Krisha Marcano (Broadways The Color Purple) star in The Boca Raton Theatre Guilds production of Chicago through March 17th. Go to brtg.org or call Group sales available. to repair an IPad, Iphone, Samsung Galaxy or any other phones and/or want to unlock, sell or buyback phones, then contact Ed Kissel in Boca at MobileSource, 3500 NW 2nd Ave. #603. 10% off any service or used phone! additional residual income stream, go to freedomforcefinancial.com, yourretirementmiracle.com and call 561.852.0000. OPTION! Contact Keyes Company/ Ragbir Team Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE) Realtor to find out how she can save you from foreclosure, with no cost for attorneys, fees or commissions. need a website, contact Rich Loeb, www. million dollar company with an exclusive wholesale agreement with AT and T. If you would like to save money on your AT&T land phones without changing your numbers or your service, call 561.852.0000. group meets at the West Boca Library alternate Wednesdays from 5:30 p.m. featuring a newly redesigned website and openings in some categories. Call 561.852.0000 for further information. business or profession on Barry Epstein Live internet television show, call 561.852.0000. Barrys Buzz Barry Epstein, APR, is a noted public relations, marketing and political consultant based in Boca Raton, president of the Luxury Chamber, the West Boca Leaders networking group and the founder and former president of the West Boca Chamber of Commerce; with a weekly internet television show on the Boca Tribune website. His motto is Public Relations is the enemy of anonymity. Fax column items to 561.451.0000. His column/blog is in the Boca Raton Tribune and on the Boca Tribune website (and click on columnists), on Facebook, as well as on the front page of the Sun-Sentinel/Jewish Journal website.
Edition 1373for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMarch 8, through March 14, 2013by Barbara McCormickBOCA RATON Priests, parishioners, families and friends gathered Feb. 23 in the newly completed Mount Carmel Banquet Hall at St. Jude Parish, Boca Raton, to meet and congratulate the 201213 honorees, including a famed rock singer who, with his wife, now serves the local church. We gather here this evening to honor special people in our St. Jude family, said Father Michael Kissane to open the awards presentation. We are especially proud to honor Dion DiMucci and his wife Susan, who will be receiving the Christine E. Lynn Our Lady of Mount Carmel Award. Dion, noted singer, songwriter and author, cites his Catholic faith for turning his life around, and today he pursues prison ministry and reaches out to men in addiction recovery. Next, Father Michael Driscoll presented the Ronald Assaf Benefactors Award to Don and Becky Campagna for Dons 10-year commitment to the parish financial committee and their contributions to many fundraisers, including the Be Part of the Dream campaign which built the new Mount Carmel Family Life Center and Banquet Hall. William R. Curry Jr. received the St. Jude Stewardship Award for his dedication to young people as a teacher of St. Jude confirmation classes for 25 years, and founder of the original Youth group. Bill continues to fire up St Jude youth about their faith. Recipients received a crystal cross as a memento of the occasion. Music by the Nello Masci Orchestra followed. Gala Honorary Chairs Judy and Jerry Yeager expressed appreciation to the Carmelite Fathers. Special Event coordinators were Marie Leible and Regina Lewis.Community NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune Community NewsSt. Jude 20th Annual Gala Honorees Feted in new Mount Carmel Banquet Hall Very Rev. Michael Driscoll, O.Carm, with Becky and Donald Campagna, who received the Ronald G. Assaf Benefactor Award Seated are Judy & Jerry Yeager, Gala Honorary Chairpersons, Standing are Marie Leible, Committee Person with the Very Rev. Mario Esposito, O.Carm. William R. Curry Jr., recipient of the St. Jude Stewardship Award, with the Very Reverend Michael Kissane, O.Carm. Dion DiMucci, left, with his wife, Susan DiMucci, received the Christine E. Lynn Our Lady of Mount Carmel Award. In the center is the Rev. Richard Champigny, O.Carm.
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Edition 1375for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMarch 8, through March 14, 2013Community NewsCOMMUNITY NEWS 7th Festival of the Arts Boca March 7-16 at Mizner ParkBy Skip SheffieldThe venerated New Orleans institution of the Preservation Hall Jazz Band kicks off the seventh annual Festival of the Arts Boca with a theme of Bourbon Street Meets Boca at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 7 at Mizner Park Amphitheater. This years Festival is a potpourri of classical and popular music, physical prowess of the Peking Acrobats, the acoustic thunder of Kodo taiko drummers and worldclass literary figures. This is by no means a stuffy festival. The house band this year is the very fine Boca Raton Symphonia under the baton of symphony and opera conductor Constantine Kitsopoulos. This is also the Symphonias seventh anniversary season. If you have ever been to New Orleans you may have visited Preservation Hall in the French Quartet. Formed in the early 1960s, the Preservation Hall Jazz Band is the touring arm featuring star players from Preservation Hall. Think of it as the Harlem Globetrotters of Dixieland Jazz. The group has recorded nearly two-dozen albums band, which plays about 150 gigs a year, was awarded the National Medal of Arts recognition. The authentically Japanese taiko drumming corps Kodo performs at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 8 as part of its One Earth Tour. Journalist and novelist David Ignatius is the first of the literary speaking on Foreign Affairs: How to Fix the World at the Schmidt Family Cultural Arts Center at the south end of Mizner Park At 7:30 p.m. Saturday, the spectacular young violinist Amadeus Leopold, aka Hahn-Bin, solos with the Boca Symphonia. Award-winning writer Patricia Engel speaks on A Writers Life Cultural Arts Center, while over at the Amphitheater the agile Peking Acrobats perform gravity-defying feats at 7 p.m. Sunday. Thomas Kennally, the honored writer of Schindlers Ark, which was the basis of the Film Schindlers List, will speak at 7 p.m. Monday, March 11 at the Cultural Arts Center. The film will have a free 1:30 p.m. screening on a first-come, firstserved basis. Gen. George W. Casey, Jr., US Army (ret.) will speak on A Soldiers View of International Security at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 12 at the Cultural Arts Center. Harvard professor and Justice author Michel Sandel will address What Do We Owe One Another as Citizens? at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Cultural Arts Center. Internet sensation organist Cameron Carpenter will be guest soloist with the Boca Symphonia at 7 p.m. Thursday at Mizner Park Amphitheater. The beautiful Russian-born pianist Valentine Lisitsa will be back for a second Festival Boca appearance at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 15. Finally, five-time Tony Awardwinning actress and singer Audra McDonald closes the Festival with a flourish at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 16. Individual tickets range in price from $15 to $100. Student discounts are available with I.D. For more or 866-571-ARTS or go to www. festivalboca.org.
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Edition 1377for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMarch 8, through March 14, 2013COMMUNITY NEWS 232 WORTH AVENUEPALM BEACH 561.653.6311 SELL YOURDIAMONDFOR MORE THANYOU EVER COULDFOR A COMPLIMENTARY APPRAISAL CONTACT CHRISTOPHER KAUFMANN, GEMOLOGIST. The entire community is invited to this all-volunteer organizations biggest yearly fundraiser. The event will be hosted by WPTV anchorman Michael Williams. The $20 ticket includes muffins, coffee, t-shirt, live entertainment and the opportunity to confer with leading cancer doctors. Visit www.papcorps.org to register online. Each and every year, The Pap Corps donates millions of dollars to Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. Over the past 13 years the Walkathon has included innumerable inspiring cancer survivors who are alive and thriving thanks to the incredible doctors and cutting-edge treatments available at Sylvester, South Floridas only university-based cancer center. This Walkathon will once again feature a special Ask the Doctor section so guests can confer with leading specialists. This is our biggest fundraiser of the year, said JoAnne Goldberg, Pap Corps president. We encourage the entire community to help us move closer to our goal of creating a World WITHOUT Cancer. The Walkathon is open to everyone, not just Pap Corps members, so it is a wonderful opportunity to gather your friends, have a fun and inspiring morning, and learn more about our work raising research funds for ALL types of cancers. We are so excited about this years Walkathon, said event cochairs Rita Seiff and Sheila Alper. Wewill have terrific entertainment and were thrilled to have Channel 5 anchorman Michael Williams as our emcee. bocaratontribune.comContinued from page 1
8 -Edition 137 March 8, through March 14, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com EDITORIAL By C. Ron Allen EDITORIALS/LETTERSThe Boca Raton TribuneFounded January 15, 2010 Publisher Business C.E.OC.O.O. Editorial Interim Editor Managing Editor Copy Editor Online Edition Editor Social Media Software Engineer And the Beat Goes onAt 2, Prince Malachi enjoyed playing drums. He would tap on the drums at his church after service on Sundays and at home, he often improvised whether on the table or on whatever he found. So much was his love for drums that his dad bought him a drum set. My baby enjoyed music. He loved to sing, play the drums, the piano, and the guitar, Montre Bennett shared with me recently. He was very active at school and he loved to make people happy. So it was only appropriate that Mr. Bennett give him a home-going on Saturday befitting of an aspiring drummajor. Master Malachi was fatally struck last week as he rushed into the street to greet his father. Upon learning that, I reached out to my contacts and called a few musicians who once played in bands. Some said they were too rusty or too old to walk from the church to the cemetery, some seven blocks away, but offered to help me search for available participants. Longtime musician Clifford German brought his horn and blew along the way. Delray Beach Police Assistant Chief Jeffrey Goldman said they would be happy to help with traffic control. But it was Ms. Shirley Bryant from the Achievement Centers for Children & Families who saved the day. Just when I thought we were about to strike out in finding a drum corps, Ms. Bryant provided my lifeline. We would love to be a part of this, she said over the telephone. Let me make some calls and get back to you. Our kids would love to do this. The center recently formed a drum line and the students are so eager to showcase their mettle. (Let me also add that they are in need of equipment, so any help would be much appreciated). I am not surprised by the level of support from the residents of Delray Beach. I am however moved by their compassion. The last time I saw anything like this was some 12 years ago at a Jazz funeral in New Orleans. Jazz funerals are traditional funerals with music. They typically begin with a march of family, friends and a brass band. The music is normally somber at the beginning of the march and once the ending is near and friends say their final goodbyes, the music becomes more upbeat. As the drum line marched from the church on SW 10th Avenue to the Delray Beach Memorial Gardens motorists stopped and residents watched and waved from their front yards. Never has there been a time in the history of the city that a drum corps ushered someone to the cemetery. Another memorable moment was when instead of using the automatic belt to lower the Princes coffin, two graveyard workers climbed in the vault, cradled the resting place. While Saturdays service may not rise to the level of a Jazz funeral, I am sure Malachi would be proud of his final procession from this earthly life. Thanks to Samaritans Ms. Bryant and Chief Goldman, Saturdays service was as Mr. Bennett wanted: a celebration of Malachis life, not a time of mourning. bocaratontribune.com address. to the editor.Letter Guidelines Letters to the Editor
Edition 1379for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMarch 8, through March 14, 2013 EDITORIALS & LETTERS By Dr. Synesio Lyra, Jr.POSITIVE LIVING world, having received his education in four of them. When he resided in southern California, he wrote a weekly column for the daily Anaheim Bulletin, which was carried for about six years, until he moved to south Florida. Disappointments Are Part of Life! By Douglas HeizerTHOUGHTS FROM THE PUBLISHER Bright Ideas Sometimes From Unlikely SourcesBy: Rick Boxx Suggestion boxes at companies are being replaced by online ideasubmission systems, according to the Wall Street Journal, a respected business periodical. These systems not only receive ideas for changes and new initiatives, but also allow employees the opportunity to comment and vote on suggestions from other staff members. PricewaterhouseCoopers launched an idea-management website that generated 3,300 new ideas. Although the consulting firm ideas to date, the ones they did put into use have saved the company hundreds of thousands of dollars. The irony is that too often executives call upon outsiders to evaluate business practices, systems and a variety of other factors that affect revenues and expenses, but fail to consider the insiders that could have the greatest insight. Employees usually know company products and processes better than consultants, since they work with them every day, yet many organizations never ask their staffs for ideas. Years ago, manufacturers implemented quality circles, through which the employees most affected by production decisions would have input into actions taken and what conclusions were reached. In many cases employee advisory groups contributed significantly to greater efficiency and economy. It might not be necessary to create quality circles for your organization, but some purposeful way of soliciting and responding to staff input on important organizational and management strategies could pay great dividends. There is a saying that sometimes it is hard to distinguish the forest from the trees, but it might be wise to periodically consult with those that are most familiar with the trees. The Bible has much to say about this approach to business: Do not be too proud to consult with others. Some executives seem to take the attitude that since they are in leadership positions, they should be expected to have all the answers. There is no rule that says that, and wise leaders encourage staff people to offer their perspectives. Proverbs 12:15 teaches, The way of a fool seems right to him, but a wise man listens to advice. Be receptive to views from a variety of reliable sources. There are many ways of soliciting valued counsel regarding business plans and key decisions, ranging from idea-submission systems to employee and team meetings. By taking full advantage of people and ideas available, the likelihood of success is multiplied. Plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many advisers they succeed (Proverbs 15:22). Value the resources available within your own staff. Often the thinking of consultants is given greater weight because of their presumed objective perspectives. However, good stewardship requires proper utilization of the personnel we have within our companies, including involving their insights in critical decisions and practices. Jesus said to them, A prophet is not without honor except in his hometown and in his own household (Matthew 13:57). Do not overlook the wisdom of your staff. If you make the process easy and open for all, they may have ideas that save you thousands. Until next week! Copyright 2010, Integrity Resource Center, Inc. Adapted with permission from Integrity Moments with Rick Boxx, a commentary on issues of integrity in the workplace from a Christian perspective. To learn more about Integrity Resource Center or to sign up for Ricks daily Integrity Moments, visit www.integrityresource. org. Each human life should operate according to a sound plan that helps produce good results. Every individual can experience a purposeful life if plans are in place for the hoped-for outcomes. The good one desires and expects never comes by the mere wish one intensely manifests! Even then, plans also fail, however good and solid they may be! What was expected to bring certain advantages can sometimes produce the very opposite. Obviously, no one ever plans a disappointment as something they eagerly anticipate; people actually avoid such experiences as much as they can. Yet, by what is done or not done ahead of time, frustrations come, disappointments often emerge, becoming an unwelcome reality to be confronted and dealt with in the best possible fashion! The fact that disappointments always occur in a persons earthly trajectory should not give anyone the excuse for inaction with respect to them. Some may be avoided ahead of time, while all can be dealt with creatively once they invade ones human experience. A mere acceptance of the inevitable unpleasantness is no sign of strength but of weakness, since obstacles most often can be overcome. There are resources which God makes available and which human intelligence can utilize! Someone has wisely stated that much that life sometimes forces on us as an unpleasant surprise, is there either to change us for the better, or for us to change it with carefully secured means to overcome the undesirable situation we encounter. Nothing should be allowed to paralyze us in our trajectory toward something better in life! Every challenge demands a corresponding action! Some problems may arise due to our own poor choices, while others affect us adversely on account of somebody elses human error, or evil intent. In any case, we should not focus on the barriers represented by any disappointing experiences, but lift our gaze above and beyond them where new paths open up for our continued adventure!
10 -Edition 137 March 8, through March 14, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com COMMUNITY NEWS BOCA RATON TRIBUNE WORSHIP DIRECTORYFirst Congregational Church of Boca Raton 251 SW 4th Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33432 Phone: 561-395-9255 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.churchofbocaraton.org Pastor: Tom Lacey Sunday Worship Service: 10:00AM and Sunday School for all ages St. Pauls Lutheran Church and School 701 West Palmetto Park Road Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-395-0433 Website: www.stpaulboca.com Center for Spiritual Living Boca Raton 2 SW 12 Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-368-8248 Website: Somboca.com Frontline Christian Center 901 W. Palmetto Park Rd Boca Raton FL 33486 561-706-5801 Website: www.frontlinechristiancenter.net First Baptist Church of Boca Raton 2350 Yamato Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-994-4673 Website: www.fbcboca.org Congregation Shirat Shalom PO Box 971142 Boca Raton, FL 33497 Services at Olympic Heights High School School at Loggers Run Middle School 561-488-8079 Website: www.shiratshalom.org Rabbi David Degani and Cantor Lee Degani Boca Glades Baptist Church 10101 Judge Winikoff Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33428 561-483-4228 Website: www.bocaglades.org Advent Lutheran Church and School 300 E. Yamato Road Boca Raton, FL 33431 561-395-3632 Website: www.adventboca.org Revival Life Church 4301 Oak Circle Suite 11 Boca Raton, FL 33431 Services at Don Estridge Middle School 1798 NW Spanish River Blvd Boca Raton, FL 33431 @ 10:30 561-450-8555 Website: www.revivallifechurch.org Head Pastor: Carl Thomas Grace Community Church 600 W. Camino Real Boca Raton, FL 33486 561-395-2811 Website: www.graceboca.org Sunday Worship: 9:15 am Contemporary 11 am Traditional To have your church listed in the Boca Raton Tribune Worship Directory... Send your information to our mailing address at: Boca Raton Tribune, PO Box 970593, Boca Raton, FL 33497
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12 -Edition 137 March 8, through March 14, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com DIVORCE FLORIDA STYLEBy Mike Gora ColumnistsThe Boca Raton Tribune Interim DistributionMichael H. Gora has been certified by the Board of Education and Specialization of The Florida Bar as a specialist in family and matrimonial law and is a partner with Shapiro Blasi Wasserman & Gora P.A. in Boca Raton. Mr. Gora can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Until recently it was very difficult if not impossible for a circuit court judge to distribute marital property and liabilities before trial. There are reasons to wait for all other issues to be determined before distribution. There is an inherent interrelationship between the distributed property and the income which might be earned through the distributed asset, especially if the asset is intangible, like a brokerage account. On the other hand there always seemed to be special circumstances when a preliminary distribution was a good idea. On rare occasion circuit judge exercised his or her discretion in making an early partial distribution. Florida statute 61.075 has recently been amended to allow a judge to make such an early distribution. A sworn motion must be filed by a party seeking such relief. The motion must point out why such relief was needed by one party or the other, or for the best interest of both, or the courts best interest. An example might be found when both sides have filed motions for temporary support and both have alleged that the other has control of all assets. In order to obtain this relief particular assets must be found to be marital without question and of a certain value and origin. It may become necessary to equally divide and distribute marital property early if there is no other source of funds to support the familys daily needs, or the need for both sides to retain counsel. If either the husband or wife had clearly used self help immediately before the case was filed, leaving the other without the ability to hire counsel a distribution, equal to the removed asset might be in order. Once a motion has been filed by either side an evidentiary hearing must be held by the judge who will hear evidence backing up the allegations set out in the verified motion, and a defense responding to the arguments of the motion. Scheduling such a hearing depends on the judges schedule or docket. Under local rules it is unlikely that such a mater should be set on an emergency basis, but may be considered urgent by the judge. The ability of a judge to make such an early distribution might help the parties and the court avoid a string of more costly hearings and provides the judge with an additional tool. bocaratontribune.comSeven Secrets of SuccessFAITHBy Rick Warren There are many ways of defining success: status, power, promotions, money, and many other things. But one important measure of success is impact the influence individuals have on people surrounding them, whether in the workplace, the community, or their own homes. What difference has their life had on others? Looking historically, as well as spiritually, few people have made as much of an impact with their lives as the apostle Paul, whose life and writings are presented in the Bibles New Testament. By the end of his life, Paul had been instrumental in spreading the Christian faith across the entire Roman Empire, despite traveling mostly on foot. Imagine what he might have accomplished if he hed had a jet, a cellular phone, and a fax machine! Even though many of us devote our lives to pursuits in the business and professional world, I believe the life of Paul offers many lessons that we could apply to our own lives. Here are keys to his successful life: SENSE OF DIRECTION: To achieve success, it is important to know where you are going what your goals and objectives are. I run straight toward the goal in order to UNDERSTANDING: We need to be able to deal with unexpected circumstances and rise above adversity. I have learned the secret of being content in any and every COMMITMENT: Once we embark on an important enterprise, success requires willingness to persevere in the face of difficulties and challenges. I consider my life worth nothing to me, if only I may finish the race and complete the task the Lord Jesus has given me (Acts COMPASSION: Just as the apostle Paul remained sensitive to the needs of people around him, we also must strive to protect the best interests of those working with us. I may have all knowledge...and the faith to move mountains...but if I dont have love, it does me no good (1 Corinthians 13:2-3). ENTHUSIASTIC FAITH: Successful leaders believe strongly in their mission, and their enthusiasm is contagious. I have the strength for all things through Christ who empowers me. I am ready for anything and equal to anything through Him who infuses inner SERVICE TO OTHERS: Selfcentered leaders generally have short tenures. The leader devoted to serving others, helping them reach their goals, is the one that finds eager followers. I will be glad to spend all I have, and myself as well, in order to help you (2 Corinthians 12:15). STAYING POWER: The adage reminds us, It is not how you start, but how you finish. This certainly was true of Paul. I am hard-pressed on all sides, but Im never frustrated; Im puzzled, but never in despair; I am persecuted, but Im never deserted by God; I may be knocked down but Im never knocked out! (2 Try building these qualities into your own life and see what happens. 2011, Purpose Driven Life. All rights reserved. Adapted from a column by Dr. Rick Warren, the author of numerous books, including the highly acclaimed, The Purpose-Drive Life, which has been translated into many languages and sold throughout the world. It affirms the importance of having a carefully considered, clearly expressed purpose to guide everyday life. It has been named one of the 100 Christian books that changed the 20th Century. He also has written The Purpose-Driven Church.
Edition 137B1Section B MARCH March 8, through March 14, 2013www.bocaratontribune.com Lizzys First Single is a HitENTERTAINMENTSee page B2 The Boca Raton Tribune B Section B Boca See page B3Fine Italian Food At Upbeat Vic And Angelos FOOD REVIEWBy Skip SheffieldPlaywright Matthew Lombardo has evidently been amplifying and fine-tuning his play Looped, continuing through March 3 at Parker Playhouse in Fort Lauderdale. A beaming Lombardo was on hand in the lobby opening night. I had met him in the plays initial run in 2008, when it played at the Cuillo Center in West Palm Beach. I also met the star, Valerie Harper, who originated the role and played the larger-thanlife stage and screen actress Tallulah Bankhead. Due to health issues, Harper was unable to reprise her role for a second shot at Broadway. Harpers good friend Stephanie Powers was tapped to take over as Tallulah. Take over she most definitely has. Looped is funnier and more affecting the second time around. Though Harper poured her heart and soul into the role of a once-major star in decline, Powers may be better suited for the role. Physically she looks more like a stage and movie star, and in reality she is probably better-known and more popular than Valerie Harper. Whatever the reason, Powers in short order has nailed the role. Her timing is impeccable, and though she stumbled a few times verbally, her confidence and sense of entitlement were unwavering. Looped is inspired by an actual looping or re-dubbing session for Bankheads last film, Die! Die! My Darling. It was a potboiler British horror film, with Bankhead as a religious zealot and Stephanie Powersyes that Stephanie Powersas a young woman who becomes her target for vengeance. What should have been a 10-minute exercise in the summer of 1965 turned into a daylong endurance test for film editor Danny Miller (Brian Hutchison) and a sound technician known only as Steve (Matthew Longo). Bankhead sets the mood by being three hours late before making her very theatrical entrance in a mink coat and dark glasses. Bankhead procrastinates and mocks the two men, making unreasonable demands, which they meekly fulfill. A major demand is for booze, as Bankhead cheerfully proclaims she is an alcoholic, and coke-head too. Bankhead is boastful of her sexuality and promiscuity with either sex. You dont have to be a psychiatrist to know Bankheads outrageous personae is a mask for inner pain. Businesslike Danny has his inner turmoil as well, which is explored in detail in Act Two by Brian Hutchison, who originated the role. It is this soul-searching that elevates Looped above mere clever oneliner comedy. Looped didnt do very well in its initial 2010 run on Broadway, closing after only 52 performances. My hunch is that the time is right for this finely-tuned revival. Catch it while you can. Yoonie Han Recital at Steinway Piano Gallery If you missed Yoonie Hans with Boca Raton Symphonia, you have one more chance to experience this brilliant young Korean pianist. Piano Lovers present Han in Saturday, March 2 at Steinway Piano gallery. Tickets are $20 advance and $30 at the door. Also at Steinway Gallery, pianist Sunday, March 3, presented by Brandeis University. Tickets are $20 members and $25 guests. At 3:30 p.m. Thursday, March 7 there will be a free recital of FAU piano students. Call 561-982-8887. Chicago at Boca Raton Theatre Guild Boca Raton Theatre Guild presents the musical Chicago March 1-17 at the Willow Theatre of Sugar Sand Park. Avi Hoffman starts as flim-flam flamboyant lawyer Billy Flynn and Patti Gardner co-stars as his client Roxie Hart, accused of murdering her husband in 1920s gangland Chicago. Playing Roxies rival Velma is Krisha Marcano. Sally Bondi is prison Matron Ma Morton as Ken Clement is Roxies woebegone husband Amos Hart. Tickets are $35 at the box office, brtg.org.A Finely-Tuned Looped at Parker Playhouse
March 8, through March 14, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com B2 Edition 137 Section B Entertainment Skip SheffieldLizzys First Single is a HitLizzy Sider is the very definition of overachiever. The Boca Raton Pinecrest School, has just released her first nationally-distributed single. It is a song she co-wrote called Butterfly. She visited Nashville and Los Angeles recently, all while maintaining a freshmans full academic work load. Writings country and popflavored songs is nothing new for Lizzy. Shes been making up tunes on piano and guitar since she was a little girl. Whats different about Butterfly is that it is getting national radio airplay. Ive broken into the Top 50 on the Music Row charts, she says going to Los Angeles to make more contacts there with industry peoplenot just radio but all kinds of music industry people. Lizzie was in Los Angeles Feb. 6-13 and she returned to Nashville perform for the Girl Scouts of Southeast Florida at the Coral Springs Mall. We is Lizzie, her father Don and mother Carole. They have worked tirelessly promoting Lizzies musical career since she began performing professionally at age 9. We are a team, acknowledges Don Sider, a Boca Raton attorney. We have been working for this for years. Now we really have something to promote. Butterfly was cowritten with record producer Jamie ONeal and recorded in Nashville. Lizzie has her own web site: www. LizzySider.com. Her music can be seen and heard on YouTube and ITunes. You can have a dialogue with her on her Twitter account. Butterfly is playing on GACtv.com, CMT. com and TCNThe Country Network. Thirteen songs have been written for her first full album, to be recorded in 2013. A new single is due in the spring. All this, and school work too. My teachers have been very good about my career, allows Lizzy. They let me make up work when I miss classes. I got four As and a B this semester. Its like working two jobs. I try my best at both of them. We have all been working hard as a team, says Carole Sider. We take it as a challenge. We are like a (record) label. Thats why the industry is taking Lizzie seriously. It has taken two years of going to Nashville to get this far. For Lizzie Sider it goes beyond music. I dont want to be just a singer, she says. I want to be someone who does good for the world. I want to be a role model; someone they can look up to. To this end Lizzie has become an advocate of empowerment with the Global Womens Empowerment Network, a nonprofit organization that uses cuttingedge technology and multimedia programming to raise awareness and funs to support and heal woman and children who have suffered abuse of all kinds. Lizzy Sider has been selected by the CMA (Country Music Association) as one of the Artists to watch in 2013. She will be part of the Southern Womens Show Tour in Memphis March 8-9 and Nashville April 19-20. Her Facebook page is LizzieSiderMusic and her Twitter account is LizzieSider1.
Edition 137B3Section B MARCH March 8, through March 14, 2013www.bocaratontribune.com Fine Italian Food At Up beat Vic And Angelos Food Review Marc Kent Starters, for Italian restaurants, are the introduction to the quality of fare to be experienced. Of the 7 listed items, we sampled grilled calamari beautifully prepared with olives, capers, peppers and arugula with a lemon vinaigrette. The cold antipasto plate was well above par fresh, tender prosciutto, secci, parmesan reggiano and provolone picante plus flavorrich marinated artichoke hearts, roasted peppers and assorted olivesdelicious. Sampled the oregenatta trio consisting of lobster, shrimp, and calamari with lemon for a true taste treat. The antipasti headlings 11 in number, features such seafood delights as ahi tuna, mussels, clams, shrimp, octopus plus beef Carpaccio, squash blossoms, sausage and pepper and homemade fresh mozzarella all well adorned. We ordered Caesar salad and were greeted by a romaine head, shaved parmesan reggiano and cherry tomatoes in a superior Caesar dressing plus imported anchovies. 5 additional salads are main plate salads featuring chicken or veal or shrimp or tuna large portions. Gladys, Arnold and this reviewer elected to pass on tasting any of the 10 coal oven pizzas though we applaud their creative toppings. Pasta gets a star role with 9 artisan house made choices we opt to sample a delicious traditional lasagna Bolognese of slow cooked beef ragu. Of the 8 imported Italian pasta dishes, we selected clams linguini and white clam sauce the pasta perfectly cooked with a light butter and garlic dressing. The lobster risotto had tender lobster pieces with peas, pecorino cheese plus white truffle oil over delicious risotto pearls. 5 veal entrees and 5 chicken entrees are featuredwe chose a veal picatta which had not-too-thin slices of veal plus artichoke hearts, capers in a fine white wine lemon butter. The category of Simply grilled lists yellowtail snapper, wild salmon and branzino while the Pesce listing includes snapper Francese, black grouper plus two additional winnersa roasted sea bass, delicious with a true taste of the sea, garnished with sweet potato smash, spinach and lobster nage...then in an absolutely perfect Dover Sole with white wine, sage, lemon, pine nuts and a touch of garlic. This sole was as fine a fish dish as we have experienced. A major treat! There are 11 sides to choose from to augment any of those offered with their featured dishes. To complete a delight for food tasting, our excellent server, Carmine, suggest the tiramisu (superamong the best), zeppolos (soft, filled dough balls) and the giant chocolate cake (super rich 5 other delights complete the dessert menu. We note the lunch menu, featuring lunch portion many of the dinner offerings, plus cold sandwiches and Panini sandwiches or a pizza, soup or salad combo roster. There is a Saturday and Sunday brunch from 10AM to 3PM in addition to the full lunch selections. Note; 13 wines by the glass, 111 by the bottle plus 15 signature cocktails are offered.. Regarding service, Manager Diago Nassisi supervises a very helpful and attentive crew. Vic and Angelos at 290 East Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach (561-278-9570) is open 7 days with luncheon 11:30AM to 3PM, Monday through Thursday and 10AM to 3PM Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Dinners from 3PM to 11PM weekdays, until midnight on inside and 80 outside, this lively restaurant shines. We suggest youGo and Enjoy! bocaratontribune.comThe many accomplishments of Israel were celebrated at Israel Cancer Association USAs 2013 Gala, Israel, always in our hearts, held February 28th at The Breakers Palm Beach. Ari Rifkin and Gail Worth were CoChairmen of the fundraising event, to support groundbreaking cancer research. Herme de Wyman Miro was International Chairman;Rhoda and David Chase, Grand Honorary Chairmen; Lois Pope, Honorary Chairman; and Lexye Aversa, Chairman Emeritus. Proceeds from the evening benefit ICA USA, a nonprofit organization established in Palm Research Fellowship Grants for distinguished Israeli scientists. 100% of fellowship dollars goes directly to the scientist doing the research not their institution, nor for overhead a practice unique to ICA. Israel Cancer Association is the leading healthrelated charitable organization in Israel, but receives no government funding depending entirely on private donations. The highly successful gala, under the direction of Mrs. Rifkin and Mrs. Worth, generated funding for seven twoyear fellowships, at $22,000 each. Guests viewed compelling photographic vistas of Israel, Italy and Spain during the welcoming reception. The one of a kind photographic art prints were by Gala Co-Chair Ari Rifkin, an accomplished photographer, who donated 100% of the proceeds to benefit ICAs cancer research. Interspersed with dinner and dancing were a virtuoso musical interlude by the renowned Houston Chamber Symphony concertmaster and violinist Ferenc Illenyi, and a spectacular performance by twotime Oscar nominated singer/ songwriter Carol Connors. Ms. Connors co-wrote the lyrics to the theme to the ever-popular movie, Rocky Gonna Fly Now during her illustrious career. A live auction featured exquisite jewelry pieces generously donated by Mike Lemke of Cy Fredrics Jeweler of Chicago; Roberto Coin, Donald Huber New York, and Saks Fifth Avenue at The Gardens Mall. Fine art photographer Cheryl Medow of California and sister to performer Carol Connors donated 3 elegant photographic prints of exotic birds. Another stunning auction piece was The Fiddler Menorah, a bronze sculpture created by Boca Ratons internationally recognized artist Yaacov Heller, of Gallery 22 International, Inc. Grand Benefactors were Adam Brown, Nancy & Peter Brown, Rhoda & David Chase, Heidi & Bruce Lein, Lois Pope, Lee & Harvey L Poppel, and Ari Rifkin. Platinum Sponsors were Ellen & H. Irwin Levy; Herme de Wyman Miro of the International Society of Palm Beach; Lillian & William Sandler; and Jean & Jack Skodnek; and Gold Sponsors wereSharon & Roy Apple, Arthur E. Benjamin, Heddy & Bruce Koppel, Stacey K. Levy, and Patricia & Donald Mintmire.Corporate partners were Saks Fifth Avenue and Clientele. Other guests that evening include: Sharon & Roy Apple, Shari & Art Cirkus, Maude Cook, Gigi & Graciano Duarte, Elayne Flamm, Deena & Seymour Freeman, Suzi & Rick Goldsmith, Nina & Bill Heitman, Celia Jacobs, Lisa Koeper & Joseph Kerzner, Wyatt Koch, Toni Holt Kramer & Robert Kramer, Annaliese Langner, Robert Mackler, Carol & Phil Mehler, Terry & Joseph Mendozza, Daisy & John Merey, Patsy & Donald Mintmire, Wilma & Charles Mooney, Cameron Neth, Sharon & Alton ONeil, Nancy & Ellis Jay Parker, Soula Rifkin, Patricia Riley, Joan & Benjamin Rubin, Lauren & Jeremy Schneider, Donna & Barry Slotnick, Ann & Richard Sommer, and Patsy & Leslie Spero.Israel Cancer Association USA Gala Funds Seven Cancer Research FellowshipsSee page B5 for photos
March 8, through March 14, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com B4 Edition 137 Section B S P O T L I G H T Coming Together for HaileyHundreds of supporters attended a benefit for Hailey Kennedy, a 13-year-old local girl who was diagnosed with AML leukemia. The event was at the William DeBilzan Art Gallery on East Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach.
Edition 137B5Section B MARCH March 8, through March 14, 2013www.bocaratontribune.com S P O T L I G H T 561 693 6776 Local Owned and Operated No Contract Harassment Insured and Bonded 10 years in business w w w a c m b u i l d i n g s e r v i c e s c o m T I M E T O S C H E D U L L E Y O U R O F F I C E S P R I N G C L E A N I N G $ Israel Cancer Association USA Gala Funds Seven Cancer Research Fellowships Sue and Yaacov Heller Celia Jacobs, Bruce & Heddy Koppel Gigi & Graciano Duarte
March 8, through March 14, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com B6 Edition 137 Section B Does DESIGN MATTER? Douglas A. MummawBoca Raton has become a world wide recognizable brand. We have seen our city in the spotlight recently with Dr. Kevin Ross and Lynn Universitys esteemed leadership hosting the last presidential debate. Over 130 million people were exposed to BOCA RATON. Our City never shined brighter. We had Morning Joe televising several mornings in Mizner Parks Racks Restaurant. The Allianz Golf Tournament is now a premier golf event. We now have Florida Atlantic Universitys School of Medicine and Boca Raton Regional Hospital. Match all of that with an exceptionally managed government and we have created a very special community. By now it can be discerned that I am passionate about Deisgn and proving why it MATTERS in general, but most importantly in our Downtown. I grew up in this town. My family moved here in 1959 when Boca Raton was a sleepy ocean side community. The City has continually evolved with a design driven purpose. Much has changed since then, but to really understand how much and more specifically, why it changed, we must look further back in time when Boca Raton was being planned and developed. In 1925, Addison Mizner had a vision for Boca Raton to CREATE the worlds most architecturally beautiful playground with miles of paved and landscaped streets, golf courses, polo fields, elegant shopping vias, and luxurious mansions for the crme de la crme of world society. I think it is reasonable to believe that his vision has been realized. Although his Development Real Estate venture struggled and ultimately failed. His architectural legacy built a solid foundation for planning, architectural design and place making has made a permanent impact on our city. Mizneresqe Architecture is patterned after Boca Ratons first Architect and his unique regional architectural style. Now architectural critics can easily identify the historical precedents Addison used in his creations. It can further be argued that most architecture is either precedent driven(copies a style, order or composition of existing architecture) or an interpretation of existing architecture, thereby creating a reinvention of the existing style. Other than uniquely iconic architecture like Frank Gehry or Renzo Piano, most architecture strongly references the past. So what is Mizner Architecture and Why Does It Matter in our downtown? First, Mizneresqe architecture is a code. In fact, it is in our Municipal Code:) It is a common architectural vocabulary that we(Architects) must follow when designing in downtown Boca Raton. It is a uniquely crafted set of tools we use to create the buildings we have today. I am honored to share this important responsibility with my esteemed local colleagues like Derek Vander Ploeg, Paul Slattery, Bruce Retzch, Juan Caceyedo and many, many others. They have created many of the remarkable architecture we all enjoy. They are experts in interpreting Mizner Architecture and then reinventing it with their own distinguished designs. The Boca Resort, Old Town Hall, Addison Mizner Cottages in Old Floresta and of course The Addison(His original administration Building and Apartment) on the corner of Camino and Dixie highway are very recognizable buildings that exemplify the architecture style of Addison Mizner. Low sloping barrel tile roofs, continuous colonnades enclosing deep loggias and walkways. Broken roof lines with towers, chimneys, and other habitable rooms stretch along the blue sky in concert with the neighboring buildings. Stone detailing, pecky cypress wood and hand framed out-lookers beneath the roofs. Mizner incorporated Renaissance architecture using symmetry, Palladian arches, gothic architectural styles and strong compositional balance. His designs also include hand painted glazed ceramic tiles and ornamental iron work. The Mizneresque architectural style is beautiful and its importance to Boca Raton is irrefutable. The Mummaw Studio is working on a project soon to be realized in the downtown which I have conceptualized as Eredita, which means legacy in Italian. It specifically refers to not only the legacy of Addison Mizner, but also the legacy of Renaissance Architecture. Friends, DESIGN MATTERS and it certainly matters in our Downtown. I look forward to seeing the surge in Multi-Family Residential Projects currently underway come to fruition and continue the Downtowns inevitable maturation as Addison Mizner envisioned almost 100 years ago.......
Edition 13719for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMarch 8, through March 14, 2013Municipal NewsThe Boca Raton Tribune Wifredo A. Ferrer, United States Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, and Michael B. Steinbach, Special Agent in Charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Miami Field Office, announced yesterday that Gary Goldberg, with production of child pornography in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 2251. A Pre-trial detention hearing is scheduled for Goldberg today at 10:00 a.m. The complaint charges Goldberg with production of child pornography, in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Sections 2251. If convicted, Goldberg faces a mandatory minimum term of imprisonment of fifteen years and a maximum term of imprisonment of up to thirty years. According to the complaint, Goldberg entered into a relationship with a 17 year old girl and her 15 year old friend. Goldberg allegedly performed oral sex on the 15 year old girl in the bathroom at the BP station at Glades Road while the 17 year old waited in the car outside. Goldberg paid the minors to allow him to take nude and sexually explicit photographs of them. Goldberg allegedly photographed the girls with a tablet. This case was brought as part of Project Safe Childhood, a nationwide initiative to combat the growing epidemic of child sexual exploitation and abuse launched in May 2006 by the Department of Justice. Led by United States Attorneys Offices and the Criminal Divisions Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section (CEOS), Project Safe Childhood marshals federal, state and local resources to better locate, apprehend and prosecute individuals who exploit children via the Internet, as well as to identify and rescue victims. For more information about Project Safe Childhood, please visit www. projectsafechildhood.gov. Mr. Ferrer commended the investigative efforts of the FBI, Boca Raton Police Department, the FBI Safe Streets Task Force, and the South Florida Minor Vice Task Force. The case is being prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Lothrop Morris. An indictment is only an accusation and a defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.Boca Realtor Goldberg Arrested for Making Child Porn
20 -Edition 137 March 8, through March 14, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.com Boca Raton Police Blotter03/01/2013 A white male was arrested for DUI after a traffic stop. Breath results were .253/.275%BAC. TOT PBSO County Jail. 03/02/2013 Kenneth Mathews was arrested for fraudulently returning items at Macys. TOT CJ 03/01/2013 W/Ms Tanner Kauffman, Christian Bauer and Anthony Garcia were arrested for Loitering and Prowling after a traffic stop. Numerous spray cans and masks were in the vehicle. They all gave conflicting stories. TOT County Jail. 03/03/2013 Male was arrested for simple domestic battery for pushing his girlfriend of three years into a wall and knocking her to the ground by tripping her. Male was TOT county jail. 03/03/2013 Subject was arrested for possession of marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and knowledge of driving with a suspended license. 03/02/2013 A white male was arrested for battery after he punched a white female in the face at a bar. TOT County Jail due to his level of intoxication. 03/02/2013 Officer McInnis arrested W/M Ronald Tuch for burglary after he forced his way into the Taco Bell drive through located at 1361 W Palmetto Park Rd. Workers were inside the locked business when Tuch forced entry causing damage to the window. TOT CJ worth of women`s accessories from Macy`s Department Store. Transported to County Jail. Two Men Robbed at Gunpoint Outside Closed BusinessBoca Raton, FL On Tuesday, February 26, 2013 at about 10:50 p.m., Boca Raton Police officers responded to a report of a robbery that happened in front of 2300 North Dixie Highway. The two victims told officers they live in the area and after running an errand at the FedEx on North Federal Highway, they walked to 2300 N. Dixie Highway. The victims were talking while sitting on a bench in front of the closed business. After about 15 minutes, they heard footsteps and saw two males walking from the south side of the building. The two suspects pointed silver handguns at the victims and one said, Give me everything or else! The victims gave the suspects their wallets and a suspect grabbed one victims phone, which was attached to the waistband of his pants. The suspects ran east on NE 23rd Street. The victims were not injured. The suspects are described as black males, early to mid 20s, 5 to 6 tall; one suspect was thin, the second suspect was described as stocky. Both suspects had very short hair and were wearing baggy pants and dark hoodies. If anyone has information about this crime, they are asked to call Detective Cruz at (561) 338-1320 or Palm Beach County Crime Stoppers Suspect Arrested for Theft of Same Motorcycle TwiceBoca Raton, FL After a lengthy investigation, Christian Reinoso was arrested after it was discovered that he stole the same motorcycle on two separate occasions. The investigation started in October of 2012. Thats when detectives at the Boca Raton Police Services Department received a call from investigators with the Palm Beach Sheriffs Office indicating that they located in Century Village in West Palm Beach that was reported stolen from Town Bay Drive. When Boca Raton Police investigators arrived, they determined that Reinosos grandfather lived in Century Village and Reinoso was holding the motorcycle there for the two other individuals who came to pick it up. During the investigation, Reinoso admitted to stealing the Suzuki and offered to help investigators locate and recover other stolen bikes. A few weeks later, on November 5, 2012, the same motorcycle was reported stolen by its owner, Philip Prigal. The next day, detectives from the Boca Raton Police Services Department received a call from PBSO investigators that they recovered the motorcycle in Wellington. The suspect in possession of the motorcycle, Edgar Hernandez, said someone named Teddy helped him steal the bike. Reinoso also goes by Teddy. After further investigation, Reinoso admitted to investigators that he did steal the same bike again. Reinoso was charged with two counts of Grand Theft. Man Seen in Backyard Arrested for BurglaryBoca Raton, FL On Wednesday, February 27, 2013 at about 11:15 a.m., members of the Boca Raton Police Departments Tactical Team responded to a report of an unknown person in the backyard of a home at 81 SW 15th Court. The resident called police and said they saw a male looking in the windows of their home, then saw him leave in a green Chevrolet. Members of the Tactical Team responded to the area and saw the green Chevy. As officers followed the car they saw it pull into the driveway of another home and a male, later identified as Stepfon Ross, get out of the car and walk up to the house. Several minutes later Ross got back into the car and drove away. The officer observed a traffic violation and stopped the driver. When officers questioned Ross he gave several different stories about why he was in Boca Raton, where he had been and what he was doing there. Ross eventually told officers he had come to Boca Raton to burglarize homes, but got scared off before he could accomplish the task. The resident at 81 SW 15th Court identified Ross as the person who was in his backyard, looking in the windows. When officers searched Ross they found a window punch concealed in his shoe. Officers arrested Ross and charged him with attempted burglary to a residence, loitering and prowling and possession of burglary tools. bocaratontribune.com
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22 -Edition 137 March 8, through March 14, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comMan Robs TD BankOn Monday, at approximately 3:00 p.m., Boca Raton Police officers responded to an alarm at TD Bank, 2301 North Federal Highway. When they arrived they were told the bank had just been robbed. The teller told officers a male approached her station and asked to change some bills. As she was completing the request, the suspect showed her a note which read, We have guns, give me your money. The teller complied and gave the suspect an undetermined amount of cash. The suspect did not show any weapon and after receiving the cash, walked out the front door of the bank. No vehicle was seen. The suspect is described as a tall to 5 tall, stocky build, short brown hair with a receding hairline, wearing a navy and green zipfront jacket, khaki pants and white sneakers. No one was injured. If anyone has information about this crime, they are asked to call Detective Ron Mello at (561) 6206186 or Palm Beach County Crime bocaratontribune.com Boca Raton, FL On Tuesday, February 26, at 12:30 p.m., members of the Boca Raton Police Departments Tactical Team were patrolling a residential neighborhood near 500 SW 9th Avenue, when they saw a blue Lincoln backed into a driveway. There was a black male sitting in the drivers seat and another black male walking away from the vehicle through a gate that leads to the back of the house. A brief moment later, the officer saw the same male run from the back of the house and get into the passenger side of the Lincoln. The vehicle headed towards Camino Real with officers following. Officers witnessed several traffic violations and stopped the car. When officers made contact with the driver, Kelsie Smith, and passenger, Braylin Buncum, they immediately smelled the odor of marijuana wafting out from the cars interior. Officers searched Buncum and found a large screwdriver in his pants pocket. When officers searched the car, they found a backpack belonging to Smith which contained a drivers license and credit card They also found a small bag of marijuana in the gas cap area, as well as loose marijuana scattered on the floorboards. When officers questioned Smith and Buncum, they gave conflicting stories about why they were in Boca Raton and what they were doing. Smith also gave conflicting stories about how he came to be in possession of the other drivers license and credit card. Officers arrested Smith and Buncum and charged both with attempted burglary to a dwelling, loitering and prowling, possession of marijuana, and possession of paraphernalia. Smith was also charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor and unauthorized possession of a credit card. Buncum was also charged with possession of burglary tools.Tactical Team arrests two burglars
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26 -Edition 137 March 8, through March 14, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comBusiness NewsBusinessThe Boca Raton Tribune Cmon, Get Happy. U.S. Economic Recovery Could Come in 2013 CARLO BARBIERIBy Carlo Barbieri A famous song thats been around for decades urges people to Forget your troubles, cmon, get happy. Its particularly telling that songwriters Ted Koehler and Harold Arlen penned this optimistic, pull-yourselves-upby-your-bootstraps melody back in the Depression Era a time not unlike what we have endured for the past half-dozen years. Also, theres a famous saying that notes: Its always darkest before the dawn. A number of economists are looking past the dark days of fiscal cliffs and the uncertain Sequestration at better times in the future perhaps as soon as later this year. Often, people with small, medium and large businesses can set an example for the entire nation by becoming responsible for their own financial houses in hopes that state and federal officials will follow suit. The Sequestration is an example of how federal spending can be cut, but it is not a very good example. It appears government officials will slice the fiscal pie in such a way that financial reductions will hurt people children, seniors and the American public in general, who face a reduction in airport security officers and longer waiting lines. The full impact of the Sequestration, officials say, has not yet been felt. But most Americans have survived it with little impact. Both Republicans and Democrats who couldnt agree on a way to stop the Sequestration -should learn from American businesses that there are right ways and wrong ways to cut budgets. Reducing spending responsibly is something the federal government has yet to grasp. But look what local businesses are doing. When a firms customer base drops off, it has to trim its budget responsibly to continue operating. Businesses dont have the power to print money or raise taxes. And increased taxes have never been shown to pump needed revenue into government coffers. In a nutshell, the American public sees the Sequestration as a means of cutting federal spending while politicians are trying to toss it in their faces by trimming money in inappropriate ways. Businesses could not exist if they adopted the philosophy of arbitrary cutbacks. That said, lets look at the good things that are happening in this nation, and lets put asideat least for the moment some of the bad things that seem to dominate the news. The U.S. economy stands a good chance of improving this year, some officials say. Growth, which has stalled at an average of 2.2 percent percent which, in America, shouldnt be too much to ask. Theres hope in the housing market, according to the Washington Post. The number of housing units started is up 22 percent from 2011 and up a whopping 58 percent from 2010. And there is reason to think that the upswing will continue. One thing is for certain. If building activity keeps rising, construction companies will need more workers. And this could definitely help a segment of the labor market that has been hit hard. Tourism is an important factor in pumping up the economy throughout the U.S. After years of stay-cations, Americans and those in other nations want to see the world. Florida should be a leader in that department with its plethora of theme parks, historic spots and shopping outlets. South Florida offers extensive sunshine and sandy beaches for those looking to do a lot of nothing. Communities and counties are seeing the benefit of locating businesses and restaurants near beaches. Here in South Florida, 65 percent of customers at the Sawgrass Mills Mall in Sunrise visited from Brazil, a country flush with cash and a population not afraid to spend it. America is also beginning to see the new importance of trade with other nations. For too long, the U.S. was on the short end of the exportimport business. But the reality of strong new markets opened in Asia, Europe and South America particularly Brazil are holding out new hope for improvement. The import-export trade also stresses the need for competitive pricing. It is the only way this give-and-take industry can work effectively. Investing in the global economy can give firms access to growth in some stronger overseas markets. Extending hands across the ocean is also a good way to let non-Americans know what a great experience it is to deal with the U.S., the greatest and economically strongest nation on earth. Americans household budget sheets are also looking as good as they have in a decade, which means that as 2013 continues, debt overhang no longer appears like a dark cloud on the economy. People are paying off their credit card balances and opting either to use cash or debit cards. It may be a bit too early to start popping the champagne corks. But the signs say we probably wont need rose-colored glasses any more to see economic good. By CRA News ServiceAs several local malls dodder into old age, gap-toothed with vacancies, the newly opened Delray Marketplace is gearing up to be the premiere dining, entertainment and shopping destination in South Palm Beach County. Retailers and mall officials are preparing for the March 23 grand opening, which will include family oriented entertainment, kid-friendly activities, strolling entertainment, tenant samplings, and live music in the new 200guest amphitheater. Until then, the Marketplace is offering a variety of live weekly entertainment as additional retailers continue to open. Were looking forward to the official grand opening celebration, said Amy Ferguson, general manager of Delray Marketplace. The community has been very patient during construction, so were excited to be able to show our appreciation and celebrate the long-awaited opening of Delray Marketplace. Anchored by a 258,000-squarefoot Publix Supermarket, which opened on Jan. 17, and Frank Theatres IMAX CineBowl & Grille, which opened to the public on Feb. xx, the new development is on the corner of West Atlantic Avenue and Lyons Road, just west of Floridas Turnpike. We are very happy and welcome it, said Robert Schulbaum, president of the Alliance of Delray Residential Associations, which represents about 120,000 residents. I think its going to be a central location for us. We had nothing. The Kite Realty Group development will include the nations first Polaroid Fotobar, a 2,000-square-foot store with work stations where people can transfer their images, edit them and see how the photos will look on framed canvas, on heavy-strength aluminum, as posters or in other styles. Other retailers include Chicos, White House | Black Market, JoS. A. Bank, Charming Charlie, Apricot Lane, Burt & Maxs Grille, Republic of Couture (ROC), Xtend Barre, Bella Amici Pizzeria, ItSugar, Japango, Orange Leaf, Terra Fiamma, The Grind Coffee and The Olive Tap. Delray Marketplace is one of our premier properties and were very pleased with the design, amenities and retail variety the project offers Delray Beach and the surrounding communities, said Tom McGowan, president and chief operating officer of the Indianapolisbased Kite Realty Group. The property brings much-needed dining, entertainment and shopping options to the area and were excited to officially open the center. Kite Realty Group Trust is a full-service, vertically integrated real estate investment company, which acquires, builds, redevelops and develops neighborhood and community shopping centers in selected markets in the United States. Founded in 1968, the company also owns, operates, manages and leases parking garages, dining and entertainment properties. As of Dec. 31, 2012, the company owned interests in 60 operating and redevelopment properties totaling approximately 9.3 million square feet and three properties currently under development totaling 0.5 million square feet.Delray Marketplace, a new Dining, Entertainment Destination
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Edition 13729for news 24/7 go to bocaratontribune.com www.bocaratontribune.comMarch 8, through March 14, 2013SportsThe Boca Raton Tribune Sports With many new faces and only 33 days left before the 2013 NASL Spring Championship Season begin, the Fort Lauderdale Strikers are diligently training as they get ready to host FC Edmonton at Lockhart Stadium April 6. With core players such as Matt Glaeser, Scott Gordon, Mark Anderson, Walter Restrepo and Andy Herron, and with the help of high-profile signings such as David Foley, who played for the Puerto Rico Islanders last season, and former Honduran national team veteran Ivan Guerrero, Fort Lauderdale looks like one of the favorites to win the Spring Championship Title and have their shot at the Soccer Bowl in the fall. With the addition of Foley, Fort Lauderdale looks to have a very strong front line with players like Andy Herron, Walter Restrepo, and Mark Anderson, who combined for 25 goals last season. I think this is the best front line in the NASL, said Foley. This played a big part in me coming to Fort Lauderdale. We are very excited that Foley decided to join the Strikers, said head coach Daryl Shore. We feel that adding him to our group will make us an exciting team moving forward. We are trying to chance the mentality in the locker room, said Shore. A player like Guerrero brings a competitive nature to every training session, and works hard. Hes a veteran and someone who the rest of the defense will listen to. Also signed during the offseason were Manny Gonzalez and Gonzalo De Mujica. Gonzalez, who spent all of last season training with the team before signing his first professional contract in January, comes to the Strikers after playing in the collegiate level at Florida Gulf Coast University. De Mujica comes to the Strikers from Orlando City U-23. Being the practice squad last season really helped me when I was signed this season, said Gonzalez. Gonzalez is a young attacking player who we feel still has some growing to do when it comes to figuring out how things are done but both have done well so far, and have earned a spot on our roster Another big part of the roster is Walter Restrepo, who was lost last season after tearing his ACL in practice. Team doctors gave him a one month timetable for him to be back at 100%. February 22 doctors told us he would be ready in a month, so by March 22nd hell be able to get kicked, joked Shore. However, Shore understands that and ACL tear isnt something to take lightly, hes in the final stages of hi ACL rehabilitation, said the coach. We dont want to push him too much, if hes not 100% April 6, we will use him as a reserve until hes 100%. The Fort Lauderdale Strikers open up their pre-season this week versus the Florida International University Panthers, at FIU Stadium. The Strikers will then go on to the Copa Latina, and next week will be in the Florida west coast as they take on the Florida Gulf Coast Eagles.Fort Lauderdale Strikers Open Training Camp with Eyes on the Prize Prevent, preserve & reverse signs of aging with the personalized care of our experienced professional medical team 561-394-3088 Call TODAY to set up your FREE consultation 3848 FAU Blvd., Suite 210 Boca Raton, FL 33431www.GladesMedical.com WEIGHT MANAGEMENT BOTOX RESTYLANE JUVDERM RADIESSE LATISSE SKIN REJUVENATING PEELS LASER HAIR REMOVALExclusively at Glades Medical Group
30 -Edition 137 March 8, through March 14, 2013 www.bocaratontribune.comSports NEW! Sea Turtle Camp for Kids Spring Break: March 25-29, 2013 1st-3rd grades: 8:30AM -12, 4th-6th grades 1-4:30PM Friends of Gumbo Limbo Family Membership RequiredCall for more info: (561) 544-8615Gumbo Limbo Nature Center www.gumbolimbo.org FAU Oense Shines in Doubleheader Sweep of Florida A&MTallahassee, FL The Florida Atlantic University baseball team scored 23 runs in a doubleheader sweep at Florida A&M University on Tuesday, March 5. After winning the opener 8-3, the Owls exploded for a season-high 15 runs to complete the sweep, 15-3 in seven innings. The victories also gave FAU a winning road trip from the fivegame swing trip to South Carolina and northern Florida. The Owls (8-5) will return home to host the University of Toledo in a threegame weekend series, beginning Friday, March 8 at 6:30 p.m. at the FAU Baseball Stadium, 777 Glades Road on the Boca Raton campus. In Tuesdays first game, freshman left hander Brandon Rhodes had a career-high seven strikeouts and allowed one unearned run in six innings to pick up his first career collegiate win. Sophomore shortstop Mitch Morales tied the game in the top of the second inning with a run-scoring single to score junior outfielder Tyler Rocklein. An inning later, back-to-back doubles by senior first baseman Mark Nelsonand senior outfielder Corey Keller gave FAU a 3-1 lead. Florida Atlantic added another run in the sixth inning as freshman designated hitter Brendon Sanger scored on a single to right field by senior outfielder Nathan Pittman. The host Rattlers (0-13) tallied two runs in the eighth inning, but FAU answered with a four-run ninth inning to secure the victory. Junior infielder Robert Buckley and Keller paced the Owls offensive attack with three hits each. In the nightcap, FAU scored four runs in the third inning and another six runs in the sixth inning to take command of the game. Senior catcherMike Spano drove in four first home run of the season with a solo blast in the first inning, part of a two-hit game in which he accounted for four runs. Rocklein had three runs batted in and scored two runs, while freshman outfielder Billy Endris scored three runs and junior outfielder Geoff Jimenez added three runs. The Owls had 13 hits in the victory. The offense made a winner of freshman starting pitcher Seth McGarry, who struck out six batters and allowed one unearned run in three innings. Junior left hander Alex Kojihad five strikeouts in two innings in his season debut. Freshman right hander Kyle Miller and senior right hander Gregg Bennis each tossed single scoreless innings. Sample delicious cuisine from over 40 local restaurants!The nest wines from selected vineyards!A special event to benetPeople Reaching Out to Provide Education and LeadershipEnjoy Food & Fine Wines Show Judge Actor Judge Reinhold 5:30 pm 8:00 pmRoyal Palm Place Monument Piazza Boca RatonCorner of S. Federal Hwy. & SE Mizner Tickets: $30 in advance, $40 at the door For more information, call 561.955.8553 Photos by JC Ridley
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