Palms West Monthly - February 2014
Front Page: As Northwood University celebrates its 30th anniversary in West Palm Beach, new projects are on the horizon. Wellington music store voted No. 1 in nation. Royal Palm to host West Fest.
Palms West Monthly • February 2014 • Page 1 Read us online at PalmsWestMonthly.com West Palm Edition Palms ms West Wes Hunter Hayes to perform Royal Palm to All about cars host West Fest Four-time Grammy nominee Hunter Hayes will perform at the 2014 FTI Consulting Great Charity Challenge Saturday, Feb. 1. The public is invited to West Fest, a country-themed celebration at Royal Palm Beach Commons Park Feb. 28 through March 2. PAGE 8 Volume 4, Number 2 Monthly PAGE 6 Northwood University’s 2014 Auto Show of the Palm Beaches will feature food trucks, family fun and four wheels galore when it hits the campus Feb. 22 and 23. PAGE 18 THE ACREAGE • LOXAHATCHEE GROVES • ROYAL PALM BEACH • WELLINGTON • WEST PALM BEACH SKY’S LIMIT the As Northwood University celebrates its 30th anniversary in West Palm Beach, new projects are on the horizon. By AMY WOODS Palms West Monthly More than 650 fete international charity The occasion was the 11th Annual JustWorld International Gala at Belle Herbe Farm in Wellington to celebrate the nonprofit’s accomplishments. PAGE 8 Don’t miss this music & food truck festival Wellington’s popular two-day family event returns Feb. 21-22 to the village’s amphitheater featuring great food and amazing tribute bands. WEST PALM BEACH — Four new business majors and two significant construction projects will lead Northwood University into its 31st year of providing entrepreneurial education to aspiring students from across the globe. “We’re going to be in a growth mode here for the next couple of years,” said Tom Duncan, campus president of the private, nonprofit school in West Palm Beach. “Like any business, you should always have a product in the pipeline.” Popping out of the product pipeline in 2014 will be a series of specialized See Page 18 for study areas, including fashmarketing and merchanAuto Show story ion dising, franchising manageNORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY FACTS: BACKGROUND: Northwood is a private university with campuses also in Midland, Mich. and Cedar Hill, Texas. The 100-acre West Palm Beach campus opened in 1984. PAGE 15 STUDENT BODY: Northwood University has a total undergraduate and graduate enrollment of about 700 students on the West Palm Beach Campus. Explore the sweet science of chocolate ACADEMIC: The university offers a choice of 18 Chocolate lovers can indulge their passion while learning about the history and science of the sweet treat at the 9th Annual Science of Chocolate event hosted by the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium Feb. 8-9. PAGE 4 INSIDE Local Happenings ................4, 6 In Brief................................8 Nice and Easy ...................... 10 At the Movies .......................12 On Stage .............................12 Health Matters ......................13 Community Round-Up ......... 14-15 Outside The Neighborhood .......16 Just For the Fun of It ..............17 Service Directory .............. 18,19 PalmsWestMonthly.com majors, including Accounting, Automotive Marketing & Management, Finance and Hospitality Management. Northwood also offers an adult degree program as well as Master in Business Administration and Master of Science in Organizational Leadership from the DeVos Graduate School. FACULTY: The student-faculty ratio is 16-1. Ninety percent of faculty have advanced degrees. ATHLETICS: Home of the Seahawks, the university’s 15 men’s and women’s varsity sports teams participate in the Sun Conference. ment, management of information systems and operations, and supply chain management. They will debut this fall. Sustainability management is a popular major that recently debuted at the university; it examines ways companies can reduce their carbon footprint and environmental impact. Entertainment, Sport & Promotion Management – a take on ESPN – also is gaining lots of interest as a new offering, as are more traditional fields such as hospitality management and international business. However, the university’s signature major is automotive marketing and management. “Northwood has always had an automotive piece because of its Michigan roots,” Duncan said. “It’s just part of the culture. It’s just what we do.” A 19th-century mansion in Alma, Mich. served as the home of the original Northwood University, cofounded by Gary Stauffer and Arthur Turner in 1959. Stauffer and Turner turned conventional college education on its end with their vision of an institute that would share the American ideals of enterprise and entrepreneurship with the world. The 100-acre Florida campus opened in 1984 amid slash pines, saw palmettos and other native flora and fauna north of Okeechobee Boulevard on Military Trail. Its location has become less remote throughout the decades and is poised to house a 10th building and a second entrance. The new building will provide a state-of-theart classroom, meeting space and a multifunction area that can be used by the public. The new entrance will open up the campus to the shops, restaurants and businesses along Village Boulevard and improve accessibility from I-95. A three-year, $10-million capital SEE NORTHWOOD / PAGE 18 The Julia M. Edwards Bell Tower, built in 2002, extends 60 feet in the air and serves as one of the main campus focal points. February 2014 Business Wellington music store voted No. 1 in nation It may not be on the same level as winning an Oscar, but to Wellington residents Steve & Donna Willey, it comes awfully close. The Willey’s music store, Village Music Wellington, has just been recognized as “Best New Music Dealer in the U.S.” by retail music industry magazine The Music & Sound Retailer. The Willeys accepted the award Friday, Jan. 24 at the magazine’s 28th Annual Music & Sound Awards held during the 2014 National Association of Music Merchants trade show in Anaheim, Calif. “Winning this award is an amazing honor,” said Steve Willey. “To be recognized alongside companies like Fender, Taylor and Yamaha is an incredible commendation. This will move our business forward in so many ways, including opening doors to becoming dealers of brands which would previously have been much more difficult to attain.” Since 1986, The Music & Sound Retailer has awarded what some have called the Oscars of the music products industry. The Music & Sound Awards are the highest honor a manufacturer or dealer within the music industry can receive. Village Music Wellington was one of four stores throughout the country nominated in the single-store category. “This proves to us that following your dreams and working hard at what you love to do will bring success,” said Donna. “We are profoundly grateful to this community for their trust in us and support of our business.” Village Music Wellington opened in late 2012, and has since developed a music lesson program consisting of more than 200 students, as well as a flourishing retail business. For more information about Village Music Wellington, call (561) 798-5334 or go online to villagemusicwellington.com. DINING OUT Page 2 • Palms West Monthly • February 2014 Read us online at PalmsWestMonthly.com Fresh Seafood • Chicken • Pasta Veal • Salads • Chef’s Specialties “The food was out of this world, and the prices were astounding! I highly recommend this restaurant!” – Tami Tolley, Palm Beach Post BUY ONE, GET ONE FREE! Buy One Entrée, Get One Entrée FREE with purchase of 2 drinks. 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The reception runs 6 to 8 p.m. Kimball, a native of Massachusetts who studied fine arts at Boston University, maintains a studio at the Armory Art Center. “My work can best be described as modern realism and is heavily influenced by artists such as (Johannes) Vermeer, (Diego) Velasquez, the impressionists and contemporary realists,” she said. For more information, call (561) 833-2223 or go online to osgsart.com. ‘Everglades Then & Now’ theme of upcoming festival Guest speakers, interesting workshops, hands-on activities, live music and representatives from the Seminole Indian tribe will highlight the 15th Annual Everglades Day Festival, which has the theme “Everglades Then & Now.” An archery demonstration for children and an invasion of food trucks have been added to the event this year. The festival runs 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8 at Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge, 10216 Lee Rd. in Boynton Beach. Admission is free. Partners include the Audubon Society of the Everglades, Friends of the Loxahatchee, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service National Wildlife Refuge System, the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County and the Palm To promote your event in Local Happenings, please send an e-mail to newsdesk@PalmsWestMonthly.com. Photos are welcome. Deadline for submission is the 15th of every month. takes place Saturday, Feb. 8 and Sunday, Feb. 9. It’s being presented by Palm Beach Gardensbased Vintage Iron Club, worldfamous Ace Cafe London and the West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority. The event will bring a bounty of vintage bikes and scooters manufactured at least 25 years ago to the 500 block of Clematis Street. More than 250 bikes are expected to be on display. Trophies will go to the best bikes. A vintage fashion show will be offered and lectures about the history of motorcycles and the Ace Cafe London racers will be given. Live music, national and local vendors and family activities will round out the free event. The event runs from 2 to 9 p.m. on Feb. 8 and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Feb. 9. For more information, call (561) 5235666 or go online to vintageironclub.com. Beach County Commission. For more information, call (561) 735-6029 or go online to fws.gov/loxahatchee. Get ready to explore the sweet science of chocolate Chocoholics beware: The 9th Annual Science of Chocolate event is being concocted at the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium and will be ready to be tasted Saturday, Feb. 8 and Sunday, Feb. 9. From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days, chocolate lovers can indulge in their passions while learning about the health benefits, history and science of the sweet treat. Interactive experiments will be offered, as well as tasting activities with such names as Armpit Fudge, Chocolate Olympic Torches, Chocolate Play-Doh and Senses of Chocolate Station. “The annual Science of Chocolate event continues to help us achieve our new mission to ‘open every mind to science,’” said Lew Crampton, the center’s chief executive officer. Admission is $15 for adults, $13.50 for seniors and $11.50 for children ages 3 through 12. The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium is at 4801 Dreher Trail North in West Palm Beach. For more information, call (561) 832-1988 or go online to sfsciencecenter.org. Concert series gets underway at RPB Cultural Center This winter brings a specialevents series to Royal Palm Beach that is perfect for families. The village’s popular Community Band will be offering free indoor concerts beginning Tuesday, Feb. 11 at the Royal Palm Beach Cultural Center, 151 Civic Center Way. Showtime is 7 p.m. and refreshments will be served. For more information, call (561) 790-5149 or go online to royalpalmbeach.com. Vintage motorcycle festival rolls onto Clematis Street through Sunday, Feb. 16 to the North Palm Beach campus at 821 Prosperity Farms Rd. The two-day event is open to the public. New this year are food trucks, a one-night-only ride wristband and performances by one-man-band Jason Cardinal, students from the School of Rock and a Bon Jovi tribute band. Cardinal will rock the stage Feb. 13 with songs from all genres, and School of Rock will play Feb. 14. On Feb. 15, Livin’ on a Prayer will entertain. Discounted ride tickets can be purchased at the school prior to Feb. 13. General admission is free. For more information and hours, call (561) 622-7171 or go online to stclareschool.com. MacArthur Under Moonlight concert to feature folk music This month’s MacArthur Under Moonlight concert at John D. 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BARBERSHOP Saturday: 9am-6pm The Episcopal Church Women’s annual bazaar returns for two days to St. David’s in the Pines Episcopal Church at 465 W. Forest Hill Blvd. in Wellington. The bazaar will take place from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 15 and 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 16. A variety of books, boutique items, bric-a-brac, clothes, crafts, home décor and personal accessories will be for sale, with all proceeds benefiting the church outreach. Homemade chili and corn bread also will be sold. For more information, call (561) 793-1976 or go online to saintdavidsinthepines.org. St. Clare School’s signature event – the Mardi Gras carnival – returns Thursday, Feb. 13 MASTERS I Annual bazaar to help fund St. David’s outreach programs St. Clare to host Mardi Gras carnival The inaugural Iron & Clematis Vintage Motorcycle Festival Monday-Friday: 9am-7pm MacArthur Under Moonlight concerts take place on or near the full moon between October and April, with a different band each month. Food and beverages will be offered for sale. Cost is $5. Proceeds benefit Friends of MacArthur Beach State Park. For more information, call (561) 776-7449 or go online to macarthurbeach.org. I 561.798.2622 Sunday: 10am-3pm Monthly Walk-In Primary/Urgent Care Hospital Grooming Salon & Pet Supplies Open 7 Days a Week 561.790.6612 6901 Okeechobee Blvd., WPB Neighborhood News Group Inc. MAILING ADDRESS: 125 S. 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Chairs and blankets are welcome. The concert runs from 8 to 10 p.m. Friday, Feb. 21. For more information, call 822-1515 or go online to wpb.org/jazz. Explore America’s Great Migration at Acreage library The Palm Beach County Advertisement Discover 3 Simple Steps to Buy a Home For Less Money WEST PALM BEACH – If you’re like most home buyers, you have two primary considerations in mind when you start looking for a home. First, you want to find the home that perfectly meets your needs and desires, and secondly, you want to purchase this home for the lowest possible price. When you analyze those successful home buyers who have been able to purchase the home they want for thousands of dollars below a seller’s asking price, some common denominators emerge. While the negotiating skills of your agent are important, there are three additional key factors that must come into play long before you ever submit an offer. 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The novel by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Isabel Wilkerson depicts America’s Great Migration through four characters’ individual stories. The 90-minute discussion is free but registration is required. The Acreage library is at 15801 Orange Blvd. in Loxahatchee. For more information, call (561) 681-4100. Former ‘SNL’ star featured guest at Old Bags Luncheon This year’s Old Bags Luncheon, a benefit for The Center for Family Services, will Banyan leave its audience in stitches as the longest-running cast member on “Saturday Night Live,” Darrell Hammond, amuses the audience with his spot-on impressions. The 16th annual fundraiser takes place at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 27 at The Breakers in Palm Beach. There will also be a silent auction of more than 300 designer handbags and jewelry. Hammond’s impersonations include Bill Clinton, Sean Connery, Richard Dreyfus, Jay Leno, Regis Philbin, Dan Rather, John Travolta and Donald Trump – a few of whom he will impart to the luncheon crowd. 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The family-friendly event will also offer dining options, shopping, a petting zoo, magicians, street performers, face painters, carousel rides, children’s fair and more. Doors open at 6 p.m. General admission tickets are $35 and are available by going online to equestriansport.tix.com. More than 650 guests celebrate international charity More than 650 guests clad in elegant red and gold recently attended the 11th Annual JustWorld International Gala at Belle Herbe Farm in Wellington The tour guide plays the role of Evelyn Chapman, a woman engaged to a returning soldier. “Whether they’re culture and history buffs or just looking for a fun, new way to experience the city, the trolley tours have been a hit with both locals and visitors every year,” said Raphael Clemente, executive director of the Downtown Development Authority. Cost is $5 for adults. Children age 10 and younger are free. For more information, call (561) 833-8873 or go online to wpbgo.com. Wellington Art Society accepting scholarship applications Photo by Jeroboam Media Founder and executive director of JustWorld International Jessica Newman along with masters of ceremonies (left) Rocco Mangel and Steve Wilde at the 11th Annual JustWorld International Gala held Jan. 17 at Belle Herbe Farm in Wellington. to celebrate the work of JustWorld International. The night included human dragons and horses joined in dance, presentations and live and silent auctions. The Grille Fashion Cuisine provided cocktails for the evening. Guests also were presented with gift bags from JustWorld’s newest merchandise sponsor, Masters Equestrian. It was a momentous stride for JustWorld International as they raised more than $440,000 to continue their mission to act as a catalyst for positive change in the developing world. Rocco Mangel, owner of Rocco’s Tacos, and equestrian commentator Steven Wilde shared master of ceremonies duties for the event. The event commemorated more than a decade of making strides for change to create a just world. Money raised from event will help provide impoverished children in Cambodia, Guatemala, Honduras and Colombia with education, daily meals, medical care and access to leadership and cultural development programs. Historic trolley tours showcase West Palm’s colorful past West Palm Beach’s popular Historic Trolley Tours are back for the season, with weekly trips at 3 and 4 p.m. every Friday and 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. on Saturdays through April 19. The 45-minute tours educate and entertain riders as they motor past old buildings and local landmarks including the Comeau Building, Pioneer Linens and Harris Music Lofts as they take a step back in time to 1945. High school seniors in Palm Beach County who plan to attend college and study visual arts can now apply for scholarships offered by the Wellington Art Society. 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PWM-H-F WPB’s Fitness Community Page 10 • Palms West Monthly • February 2014 Read us online at PalmsWestMonthly.com NICE AND EASY by Ernie Zimmerman I email@example.com Holidays just a speed bump on the path to weight loss Now that the holidays are in the rear-vew mirror, eating right will be a piece of cake – that is, birthday cake, anniversary cake … A couple months ago I went in for my annual physical. Most of the news was positive, but the thing that happened at the beginning of the physical bothered me the most – the evil nurse asked me to step on the scale. I knew I had put on a few pounds, but when I stepped on that scale it just kept going and going and going. The first words out of my mouth were, “Your scale must be broken.” With a smile on her face, the nurse replied, “No, it isn’t.” I asked if she was sure and she told me she checks the scale every day to make sure it gives an accurate read. I had no other choice but to accept the scale’s reading – and reality. Once I started to think about it, I recalled that most of my clothes were beginning to feel tight. Actually, very tight. And I had gone from belt hole No. 3 to belt hole No. 1 on my favorite belt. I’m somewhat ashamed to admit this, but for the first time in my life, I was standing over a scale that went right past the 200 pound mark. I did more than one double take when the scale settled comfortably at an even 201. My initial reaction was to destroy the scale, but I knew that would only be shooting the messenger. That’s when I realized it wasn’t the scale’s fault. It was all my fault. After this very stressful and disappointing weigh in, it was time to take my – already high – blood pressure. By now, I was terrified by what my blood pressure might show, but to my great relief the readings were all normal. Start smiling again! Replace your tooth in one simple procedure. 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I was able to go back to my belt’s third hole. I vowed I would never weigh that much again. That’s when the holidays arrived. Food was everywhere. There was no escape. Even at my favorite breakfast place they offered me cookies before I had a chance to order breakfast. Admittedly, I have a few weaknesses, and one of them is the inability to walk away from free food. I live by the motto, “If The “Top 10” Admissions Criteria (It’s NOT all about GPA’s & SAT’s!) The College Admissions “Formula:” Packaging + Marketing = Admissions Success! The FIVE greatest financial aid myths “De-Mystified” COLLEGE PLANNING Parents and Students are welcome to attend How to attend a private university for LESS than a state school! Avoiding costly mistakes on your FAFSA and other financial aid forms $164 Billion in Financial Aid … Are you set to receive your fair share? Strategies guaranteed to set your student apart at admissions time! MADNESS COMING TO A SCHOOL NEAR YOU! 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Pirate and Princess Adventures – Feb. 28 / $51-$69.50 Justin Timberlake – March 4 / $65.75-$194.25 Broward Center for the Performing Arts Brendan Fraser, left, and Vanessa Hudgens in a scene from “Gimme Shelter.” Bold Hudgens but flat script in ‘Shelter’ By JOCELYN NOVECK AP National Writer If lofty intentions, determination and hard work were all it took to make a successful movie, then “Gimme Shelter,” a film about teen pregnancy starring former Disney star Vanessa Hudgens, would have it made. Both the actress, who gained weight and made herself strikingly ungainly for the role, and director-writer Ronald Krauss clearly put their all into this film. Krauss went so far as to spend a year at a shelter for pregnant homeless teens; this was a passion project. But passion isn’t always enough. “Gimme Shelter” suffers from stilted dialogue, less than crackling storytelling and vaguely drawn characters. Yes, there are moving moments that will have you shedding a tear. But at times it has all the narrative sophistication and subtlety of a public service ad (and let’s face it, those can make you cry, too). First things first: The title has nothing to do with the Rolling Stones. It refers quite literally to the shelter for homeless, pregnant teens that takes in 16-yearold Apple (Hudgens). Though the film is said to be based on a real story, Hudgens’ character is actually an amalgam of several young women. The shelter is real, as is its admirable founder, Kathy DiFiore, played by Ann Dowd in one of the film’s more appealing and grounded performances. Hudgens appears in virtually every frame, and she does an impressive job creating yet more distance from her Disney persona, a process she began in earnest with “Spring Breakers.” Those who remember her as the perkily perfect Gabriella in “High School Musical” will truly be shocked at the first sight of her: Standing at a bathroom mirror and chopping off her mangy hair, revealing blotchy skin, dirt-filled fingernails, a nose and lip ring. Apple is in a living hell, sharing a home with her drugaddicted, abusive mother (Rosario Dawson, in an effectively frightening, go-for-broke performance). Desperate to escape, she makes it by bus to the suburban New Jersey McMansion where her biological father (Brendan Fraser), whom she’s never known – he got her mother pregnant as a teenager – lives with his prim wife and two children. They aren’t thrilled at first to see her. Hudgens’ best work here is physical. She eats voraciously, like an animal, and exudes a mix of anger, sadness and deep discomfort. Her spoken lines are less effective, and that’s partly due to a script often filled with clichés. It soon emerges that Apple is pregnant. The film spends no time identifying the father; it’s all about Apple’s road ahead. And for her father and his wife, that road does not include a baby. They urge her to have an abortion. Heck, they make the appointment. At the clinic, an unsympathetic nurse (it’s not hard to detect this film’s anti-abortion message) tells her to hurry up; she’s keeping the doctor waiting. Apple takes a look at her ultrasound photo, decides she can’t go through with it, and bolts. Her luck turns when an accident lands her in the hospital. There, she meets a chaplain (James Earl Jones) who tries to melt her hostile reserve, get her some religion, and get her to a shelter. Though life for Apple quickly gets better at the shelter – Hudgens cleans up fast, maybe too fast – there’s little dramatic tension in the last act of the film, save two scenes featuring her crazed yet somehow sympathetic mother. The ending feels unrealistic, at least in a long-term sense, but we won’t reveal it here. As for Hudgens, she could have been better served by a more subtly shaded script. In all, though, it’s a promising step in her career. 201 S.W. 5th Ave., Ft. 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Boca Raton Museum of Art 501 Plaza Real, Mizner Park, Boca Raton - (561) 392-2500 Adults: $8, seniors: $6, ages 12 & under: free Pop Culture: Selections from the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation – through April 23 Futurism: Concepts and Imaginings – through March 30 Norton Museum of Art 1451 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach (561) 832-5196 Adults: $8, ages 13 & under: free The Polaroid Years: Instant Photography and Experimentation – through March 23 David Webb: Society’s Jeweler – through April 13 South Florida Science Center 4801 Dreher Trail N., West Palm Beach 832-1988 Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition – through April 20 / adults: $15; seniors: $13.50; children: $11.50 South Florida Fairgrounds 9067 Southern Blvd., West Palm Beach 793-0333 West Palm Beach Antiques Festival – Feb. 7-9 / adults: $7; seniors: $6; kids under 16: free ADMISSION Fri: 12-5 • Sat: 9-5 • Sun: 10-4:30 $10.00 One Day Adult Seniors $9.00 • Under 16 Free PREVIEW FRIDAY 9-12 FOR $25 (Friday ticket good all 3 days!) Over 1,000 Dealers! 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What’s the latest trend for group fitness? “Barre Physique is the newest craze,” says Ultima’s Group Fitness Director Patti Wilmoth. Barre Physique is a ballet barre-inspired class that incorporates elements of dance, yoga and Pilates in a cardio strength format. According to Wilmoth, this workout defines, tones and lengthens your muscles in an energetic and invigorating total body workout that will leave you feeling strong, centered and balanced. “If you strive for long, lean muscle tone rather than a more compact look, this is the program for you,” adds Wilmoth. Located in downtown West Palm Beach, Ultima Fitness Downtown added Barre Physique classes in early January. “The response has been overwhelmingly positive,” says Business and Marketing Director Kelly Colbath. “Ultima’s Barre classes are consistently packed. It’s wild to see how fast the newest trend catches on,” says Colbath. Sure, you can jump into a Barre class because it’s what all your friends are doing. Or maybe it’s because you heard Madonna and Kelly Ripa swear by it. Understandably, these reasons may drive you to see what the craze is all about, but its Barre Physique’s wealth of benefits that will get you hooked. First things first: Barre class requires no experience. The difficulty level of class is all up to the participant. Exercises and movements have modifications for every fitness level and modifications do not affect others in the class, which helps maintain a non-competitive environment. Instructors have the ability to tailor the exercises based on individual skill and fitness levels, whether you’re starting your fitness journey for the first time or you just danced on stage at the “Nutcracker.” One’s flexibility seems to diminish as the years pass. Not only is Barre great for muscle development, it enhances range of motion, too. Flexibility and strength training parallel each other in this fun, easy-tofollow workout improving posture and reducing joint pain. Yes, the class is built for anyone. Yes, the program will make you stronger and more flexible. Is this why this latest trend has caught on so quickly? Both are great benefits, but in addition, Barre will help you lose inches. And fast. By targeting major muscle groups, caloric burn is at a high. Sure, you may be sore following the first few classes, but you’ll notice visible results quickly. Taking Barre Physique consistently will allow your body to build more muscle while improving your metabolic rate. The combination of muscle lengthening movements and a great strength workout will leave you feeling and looking longer and leaner. Interested in giving the Barre Physique workout a try? Call Ultima Fitness Downtown at 659-1724 and ask for Kelly Colbath for your free, no-obligation 7-day trial. Nikki Calabrese’s Featured Home CYPRESS LAKES: $159,900 Single Family 2/2 with Florida room, convenient eat-in kitchen and 2-car garage. 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STATE RD. 7, SUITE • WELLINGTON • 561-790-1909 ½ mile north of Forest Hill Blvd. • Located in the Wellington Reserve Plaza www.thechildrensdentalplace.com Page 14 • Palms West Monthly • February 2014 Read us online at PalmsWestMonthly.com COMMUNITY ROUND-UP / WEST PALM BEACH Love’s in the air this month in Downtown West Palm From spoiling your sweetie with treats and spa treatments to a romantic movie on the lawn, Downtown West Palm has it covered. February – the month known for romance – is here and I can’t help but look forward to all the yummy, delicious treats and adventurous surprises that are sure to be lavished on me. However, I’d like to go on record as proposing that Valentine’s Day be changed to Valentine’s Month – after all, aren’t us gals worth an entire month of attention? While it may take some time for that idea to catch on, let me offer up a few cupid-kissing, hands-holding, sipping and strolling ideas that are sure to leave your special someone thoroughly impressed. I like to refer to these ideas as “Falling in Love with Downtown West Palm Beach.” Oftentimes, guys send their special someone off for a relaxing day at the spa. But why not turn up the romance meter a bit? In your own private couples suite, you can both enjoy a onehour Swedish massage complete with rose petals, chocolate, wine and beer. It’s the “Couples Quencher Package” presented by the folks at Sanctuary Salon & Spa at 120 S. Dixie Hwy. Be sure to make your reservations early by calling 721-9648. If you both share a love for romantic movies, a date night at Screen On The Green is the ticket – and as luck would have it, Screen On The Green falls right smack on Valentine’s Day! So get ready to cuddle up because “Titanic” will be the featured movie, which starts at 7:30 p.m. Take in the scenery and relax under the stars. Remember to bring your blanket, chairs, and picnic basket. Oh, I forgot to mention this event is free! There’s lots of whispers about people wanting to “pop” the big question, but if you’re not ready, then try some pop-licious sweet treats from Best Darn Kettlecorn at 527 Clematis St. Surprise that special person in your life with sweet cherry popcorn drizzled with rich dark chocolate … yum! Now that’s the perfect chocolate covered cherry treat without the mess! Stop by this month for all their chocolate-covered delights. Not into sweets? Well, how about sweet rides? The Inaugural Iron & Clematis Vintage Motorcycle Festival rolls into Downtown West Palm Feb. 8 from 2 - 9 p.m. and it’s an event the entire family will love. It promises to be one of the largest vintage motorcycle festivals in Florida with a vintage fashion show, vendors and live music from the Buckleheads, Morgan Bernard Band, Slip and the Spinouts and The Riot Act. Over 250 vintage bikes from motorcycles to scooters will be displayed on the 500 block of Clematis Street. Enjoy this free fun day of family fun. There’s such a wide variety of activities and dining for you to enjoy Downtown, but my wish for you is to do it with love! The Downtown Gal is a regular contributor to Palms West Monthly. She lives, works and plays in Downtown West Palm Beach and keeps readers abreast of the latest events and goings-on throughout the entire year. Palms West Monthly • February 2014 • Page 15 Read us online at PalmsWestMonthly.com COMMUNITY ROUND-UP / WELLINGTON Father-Daughter dance, free concerts highlight calendar Wellington’s popular two-day Tribute Music and Food Truck Festival returns Feb. 21-22 By MAYOR BOB MARGOLIS Exclusive to Palms West Monthly How are your New Year’s resolutions coming along? If you feel you’re losing steam, you’re not alone. We’ve all been at this point, where our commitment to our resolutions start to waver. Stay strong, keep up the good work and treat yourself to Wellington’s fun February events! Our Food Truck Invasion, Green Market, movies and concert series all continue this month. Check the schedule on our website at wellingtonfl.gov for dates and times. As usual, these events are free – just bring your own seating. Our Tribute Music and Food Truck Festival returns Feb. 21-22! From 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. on both days, bring your family to the Amphitheater for a wonderful time full of great food and music. Admission is free. On the 21st, we’ll have a Bruce Springsteen tribute beginning at 6 p.m. and a Bon Jovi tribute starting at 8:30 pm. The following night, at 6 p.m., we’ll have an Elton John tribute followed by a Journey tribute at 8:30 p.m. Feel free to sing and dance along both nights! To all of Wellington’s aspir- ing superstars, auditions for the 2014 Wellington Idol competition start Feb. 28 at the Amphitheater, and continues the following day on March 1. The semifinals take place March 7, and the finals are set for March 8. See our website for details and eligibility requirements. Each year our community displays incredible talent and I can’t wait to hear all of our contestants’ great voices this year. I hope everyone who attended this year’s Father-Daughter Dance enjoyed themselves. This annual event is one of Wellington’s most cherished, and an opportunity for fathers and daughters to have a magical, fun evening of dinner, music and dancing they’ll never forget. The dance underscores Wellington’s strong commitment to families and I look forward to it every year. This month, we’ll see ads for all sorts of Presidents’ Day Sales. While you’re out shopping, take a moment to remember that two of our greatest presidents were born this month – George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Their steadfast leadership and lasting contributions were vital in helping establish the peace and freedom we now enjoy. Wellington’s municipal election is on March 11, and I encourage everyone to vote! This is your greatest opportunity to help steer Wellington in the direction you prefer. It’s important to do your due diligence first, such as knowing the candidates’ experi- ence and where they stand on issues facing our Village. I encourage you to attend community forums to see the candidates discuss these issues. Consider carefully who you feel will make the best decisions on behalf of Wellington’s future. Remember: your voice makes the biggest impact when you vote. I look forward to seeing you all out and about enjoying February’s events. Until next month! Allergy Issues? Pets? Dust? Wellington Vacuum ...has been installing Central Vacuum Systems in New & Existing Homes for less than you imagined. For Example: Complete System Installed up to 3000 sq/ft home with a Self-Retracting Hose System for only $2495.00 s tallation Ins Service & pplies Parts & Su Wellington Vacuum S.E. 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Craig Moreau and his wife were driving home after a trip to Austin when they came upon an 18-wheeler on fire. Moreau and the trucker, whose brake problems started the fire, tried using a small extinguisher. Moreau says he thought the fire was out, but then noticed the blaze had flared up after crawling under the truck to check. The firefighter then asked the driver what he was hauling. When he learned it was beer, he had his solution. Both men began shaking and spraying cans of beer on the blaze, and the fire went out. No injuries were reported. Mayor gets piece of NYC’s mind on pizza etiquette NEW YORK — New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio got his pizza with smoked mozzarella, sausage and a dash of scandal. The newly installed mayor unintentionally spiced up a political meeting at a Staten Island pizza joint on Jan. 10 by digging into his slice with a knife and fork. That’s a no-no for many New Yorkers, who believe pizza should be folded and eaten with their hands. Photos of a utensil-wielding de Blasio spread across Twitter and prompted mock outrage, some even calling for his impeachment. It was reminiscent of a “Seinfeld” episode in which characters make a stir by eating a candy bar with flatware. De Blasio, who prides himself on his Italian-American heritage, later explained that he eats pizza the way they do in Italy. He starts with a knife and fork, then uses his hands. Four kittens pull ‘break-in’ at upstate NY prison FORT ANN, N.Y. — A litter of kittens has found a cozy home in the least cozy of places – a maximum-security prison in upstate New York. The Post-Star of Glens Falls reports four kittens found their way into the basement of the Great Meadow Correctional Facility in Fort Ann a few months ago. That’s near the Vermont border 55 miles northeast of Albany. The family of feral felines has been cared for by inmates and prison staff, including head electrician Bruce Porter. 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(The bill died in the Indiana Senate.). Feb. 3, 1943: During World War II, the U.S. transport ship Dorchester sank after being hit by a torpedo. Four Army chaplains – two Protestant, one Jewish, one Roman Catholic – gave their life belts to four other men and went down with the ship. Feb. 7, 1943: The government announced that shoe rationing would go into effect in two days, limiting consumers to buying three pairs per person for the remainder of the year. Feb. 23, 1945: During World War II, U.S. Marines on Iwo Jima captured Mount Suribachi, and raised the American flag. A larger flag was then brought in to replace the first; the second flag-raising was captured in the famous picture taken by Associated Press photographer Joe Rosenthal. Feb. 9, 1950: In a speech in Wheeling, W.Va., Sen. Joseph McCarthy, R-Wis., charged the State Department was riddled with Communists. 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His last known address is Timber Pine Trail in Wellington. The suspect is wanted on a felony charge of Lewd or Lascivious Molestation. Warrants checked on 1-21-14. Remain anonymous (don’t give your name) and you may be eligible for up to $1,000 reward. John Moreira Call CrimeStoppers at (800) 458-TIPS (8477) or you can log on to www.crimestopperspbc.com. Aries (March 21 – April 20) Between a rock and a hard place it doesn’t really matter what path you choose. And you could leap right out of this mess if you had to. Consider that option. Starting all over again might be a good idea. Taurus (April 21 – May 21) What we don’t know can’t hurt us; until we wind up living in a lie. Sadly disillusioned, at least you’ve woken up. Whether things work or not will depend upon your willingness to face the truth. Gemini (May 22 – June 21) It takes courage to go through test after test, but that’s the deal right now. Too many changes make you wonder when it’s going to stop. Keep your chin up and get ready for another one. It’s not over yet. Cancer (June 22 – July 23) Unresolved issues always have a way of holding us back. With too many old fires to put out it’s hard to move on. Do your best to repair what got broken along the way. Nothing will change until you decide to make a few amends. Leo (July 24 – Aug. 23) When something isn’t working it’s always best to let it fall apart. You may wonder if you need to stick around long enough to fix this but inside you know that it’ll turn out to be a waste of time. Virgo (Aug. 24 – Sept. 23) You’ve suddenly hit a wall and can’t figure out how to get around it. The last thing you want to do may be exactly what you have to do to get over this hump. That could even include falling in love again. Libra (Sept. 24 – Oct. 23) Someone’s overwhelming need for you is a little over the top. If you feel strangled by all this attention I wouldn’t be surprised. Don’t do anything to feed their obsession. It’s not healthy for either of you. Scorpio (Oct. 24 – Nov. 22) Don’t even bother to resurrect an old relationship. Whomever you’re trying to reconnect with isn’t up for it. And while you think you can bring back the good old days, maybe the good old days weren’t really all that special. Sagittarius (Nov. 23 – Dec. 21) Don’t over inflate the potential in anything right now. What looks good at the moment could fly south any minute. Instead of expanding, consolidate what you have and keep things as simple as possible. Capricorn (Dec. 22 – Jan. 20) Stop fretting over whether or not you’ve said enough or done enough. There’s no way to push the river. Sit back and watch this iron itself out. The less you do the sooner this new project of yours will take off. Aquarius (Jan. 21 – Feb. 19) Stop kidding yourself. Some sort of change is essential. If you think you can keep this up you’re in total denial. Pull your head out of the clouds and get real about the fact that your life needs a makeover. Pisces (Feb. 20 – March 20) Falling for the same old routine is reminding you that loving people involves putting up with their dramas; but only up to a point. Just this once, try detaching from what has nothing to do with you. Page 18 • Palms West Monthly • February 2014 Read us online at PalmsWestMonthly.com Northwood to expand thanks to three-year $10 million campaign NORTHWOOD / FROM PAGE 1 campaign has brought the pair of projects to fruition. “There’s a really good chance we’ll do both this year,” Duncan said. “Before I graduate – that’d be nice,” said Kyle Batta, a junior studying automotive marketing and management. A 21-year-old from Mansfield, Mass., Batta wants to follow in his family’s footsteps by working at a dealership and possibly owning one. He will get a taste of that in February during the Auto Show of the Palm Beaches. “They gave me the award for best display last year, and they asked me to be chairman this year,” Batta said. As chairman, he will head the two-day, 14-hour show that sees between 200 and 300 new vehicles roll onto campus to be marketed by students. “I’m definitely going into the automotive business,” Batta said. “I know I can handle it because I’ve been trained pretty well here. I love my professors.” Batta said he also loves his classmates, who come from more than two dozen states and nearly 50 countries. “The biggest part of Northwood, to me, is the international aspect,” he said. “It’s like a different sort of person who goes here, and it’s like everybody who goes here is best friends. It’s a very creative school.” As the “very creative school” with the diverse student body turns 30, faculty members are looking forward to its high-tech future while reflecting on its rustic past. “I recall … my drive into campus for my first interview,” professor Cheryl Pridgeon said. “Back then, the front part of the property was not cleared, and … the drive curved through dense woods. For a moment back then, I began to think I was on the set of Deliverance and wondered if there was even a school here.” Northwood University’s graduates have succeeded not only in opening car dealerships but also in inventing products, running resorts and manufacturing products. On Feb. 1, some of the most distinguished alumni will receive recognition at the Outstanding Business Leader Awards Gala, the proceeds from which benefit scholarship programs. David Fry, the school’s first president, takes pride in the way the campus was shaped and predicts bright days ahead. “When I became president in 1982, it seemed right to shoot for the stars and to build a West Palm Beach campus with the idea that the best and brightest from around the world would call it home,” Fry said. “We managed to get that started, and the response was terrific. But the best is yet to come, I feel certain.” Auto Show of the Palm Beaches set for Feb. 22-23 all students.” The 26th-annual extravaganza at the school will include between 200 and 300 domestic and imported cars, trucks and recreational vehicles selling for between $10,000 and $400,000. Spread across the university’s 100 acres, the show provides the perfect opportunity for car enthusiasts throughout Palm Beach County to browse without sales pressure. “It’s good for their education to plan big events,” campus President Tom Duncan said of the show. “It’s just good for our students to learn all about the cars. I am always amazed at how they just dig in.” By AMY WOODS Palms West Monthly WEST PALM BEACH — Northwood University’s 2014 Auto Show of the Palm Beaches, themed “Dine, Dream, Drive,” will feature food trucks, family fun and four wheels galore when it hits the West Palm Beach campus Feb. 22 and 23. The annual event also will celebrate the Seahawks’ homecoming, with open houses, men’s and women’s basketball games and a nod to the school’s 30th anniversary. “It’s completely run by us,” auto show captain Kyle Batta said of the two-day, fourwheeled affair. “Dealer contacts, vendors, marketing – it’s Show hours are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Feb. 22 and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Feb. 23. Admission is free. “With automotive marketing and management being one of Northwood University’s unique programs, the university has educated leaders in the franchised automotive-retail market … for the past several decades,” said Suzi McCreery, director of public relations. “Its link to the automotive industry is strong and getting stronger, not just here in the United States but across the globe.” For more information on Northwood’s auto show, call (561) 681-7972 or go online to northwood.edu/pbautoshow. 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Military Trail • West Palm Beach • (800) 622-9000 Military Trail NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY Haverhill Road Community Drive The industry’s top auto manufacturers will display their newest products, including exotic and luxury cars, along with racing cars and specialty vehicles. • Pre-production and concept vehicles will also be on hand. • Saturday, Feb. 22 10am-6pm Sunday, Feb. 23 11am-5pm