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August 2016

City People

MARK STIVERS

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REgulars From the Editor City People - Mark Stivers

LOCALS ONLY In The News Delray Under $50 Happenings

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On The Ave In The Pineapple Grove Arts District

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Gotta Know Gotta See Gotta Hear Gotta Read

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health & beauty Pain Relief - Fibromyalgia… Revolutionary Advances In Treatment Protocols Dermatology - Body Contouring Your Dental Health - Why Do We Lose Teeth As We Age? Body Beautiful - Booty Building 101

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DR. JOHN R. PASQUAL

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BRENDA’S BIRDS

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DIANNE ADAMS SALON

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SLASH FITNESS

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Margaux Riviera

Preparations For a Successful School Year Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon A Heavenly Place To Roost Salon Excellence Giving Back Is Their Way Of Saying Thank You Lifestyle Clothing & Accessories to Fit Every Generation dining

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Publisher David Mizen Editor Yvette Roulette Contributing Editors Diane Feen, Skip Sheffield, Nicol Jenkins Art Director

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Pet Spotlight PetXpert Humor

Fabio Passere

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Harvey Lustig

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Leisure - Crossword Puzzle, Sudoko and Enigma

Designer Eduardo Passere Senior Sales Executive Photographer Melissa Korman

Office Contact

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from the editor

Welcome to the august edition of Atlantic Ave Magazine

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t’s the most wonderful time of the year!!! For parents, that is...because it’s August, and that means Back To School!!!

In this issue of Atlantic Ave Magazine Nicol Jenkins put

together a helpful checklist to get parents and kids back to school seamlessly. After a carefree summer of sleeping in and staying up late, setting up a routine can be challenging!

Our City Person this month is Mark Stivers, the Delray Beach

Principal Planner with an amazing story. He is an extremely well rounded and very well travelled man! How many people do you know that have been to 19 countries? Oh the stories he must

have! One of his current projects is the revitalization of the Con-

gress Avenue Corridor. Read about his plans for this project that Delray is very excited about!

Pastries, Paninnis, and Coffee! Oh My! Sounds yummy, right?

Well then read about Paneterie, our very own French Cafe and bakery. Every delicious dessert, bread, sandwich, and salad

is made fresh daily. Stop in and see for yourself, you won’t be disappointed!

Have you seen your pet in our Pet Pix? If not, then send us a

picture! We love all animals, especially the occasional “less than common” pet! Fish, iguana, ferret, squirrel, bird, snake, skunk,

monkey... Email your photos to pets@atlanticavemagazine.com. Did you know that August is National Peach Month? How

Peachy Keen is that? In honor of the fuzzy fruit, we have a few easy to make, sure to please, recipes - from salads to Bellini’s

(my personal favorite) and everything in between! Make one of the recipes and send us a photo! We’d love to see it! Email your peach creation to info@atlanticavemagazine.

Stay cool during the Dog Days of Summer! Enjoy our beautiful

beaches, shop and dine local! Ciao for now!

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Boca Beach Club, A Waldorf Astoria Resort, Redefines Beachfront Luxury With New ‘Sea Level’ Experience

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This summer the Boca Beach Club redefines true beachfront luxury with the debut of its Sea Level experience. Complementing Boca Beach Club’s existing amenities, Sea Level offers a new, unprecedented level of exclusivity on the Club’s half-mile stretch of private beach. The oceanfront upgrade is welcoming guests with exceptional comfort and amenities including king and queen-size day beds designed by the Boucher Brothers. The king-size day beds boast plush pillows and lush linens, providing unparalleled beachfront luxury. Guests can also choose to upgrade to the exclusive oversized Bliss Lounge chair, clam shell chaise lounge, or umbrella rental. The experience also includes personalized pampering, amenities, and services unique to Sea Level. A personal beach attendant is always present and available to attend to all Sea Level guest needs. Throughout their beach day, Sea Level guests may also enjoy three daily refreshments. The Sunrise Amenity, offered from 10–11 a.m., the Refresher Amenity, Evian mist, and cool hand towels infused with cucumber, lavender or lemon scents, and the Sunset Amenity, which offers a selection of frozen and liqueur-infused fruit. Sea Level guests also receive complimentary hand and foot massages by a reflexologist, individual cell phone charging equipment, sunglass cleaning, a waterproof cellphone pouch, and an Aquavault safe to protect guest belongings while they are out for a stroll or swim. Sea Level is limited to 100 loungers

and 30 day beds. For more information on Sea Level, please visit http://www. bocabeachclub.com/play/beach-andpools/. To book Sea Level please call 561.447.3272. Guests of Boca Raton Resort & Club, a Waldorf Astoria Resort, assigns a personal concierge to each guest. This personal concierge acts as the guest’s primary contact before, during, and – an industry first – after a stay, guaranteeing every desire and request is fulfilled. To learn more about or experience Boca Raton Resort & Club, visit www.bocaresort.com or call 1-888-543-1286.

Spirit Of Giving Announces Its Annual Back To School Bash

The Spirit of Giving is thrilled to announce that its annual Back To School Bash, an event that aims to prepare children for the upcoming school year by providing them with all the supplies they will need for school, will take place Saturday, August 6th at the Delray Beach Village Academy. The Back to School Bash is part of Boca Chamber Festival Days – a series of fun-filled events held at different locations during the month of August – and is facilitated by the Boca Chamber. This event aims to provide local children with new backpacks full of grade-appropriate supplies, uniforms, new shoes, haircuts, healthy snacks, vision screenings and access to medical resources and information. At the event, students will be paired with a volunteer personal shopper to assist them in selecting their own backpack and supplies. The Spirit of Giving—a collaborative, nonprofit organization with a focus on children and families in Palm Beach County—utilizes its 60 nonprofit member organizations for this event to provide supplies to more than 4,000 local at-risk children. Boca Raton Regional Hospital will also return to hold their Family Health Carnival at the Bash, featuring health resources, education, and screenings. “Many people perceive Boca Raton as a very affluent community of families, but continued page 10


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truthfully there are many living in Southern Palm Beach County who can’t even afford to buy their child a pair of fitted shoes,” says Sue Diener, Executive Director of Spirit of Giving. “Spirit of Giving is dedicated to helping thousands of economically disadvantaged children and their families prepare for academic success in the new school year. We invite every member of the community to help by volunteering at the event or becoming a sponsor.” www.spiritofgivingnetwork.com. The annual Back To School Bash serving Southern Palm Beach County children will be held Saturday, August 6th from 9am3pm at the Delray Beach Village Academy, located at 400 SW 12th Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33444.

Wine Tasting Dinner at IL Contadino Ristorante

Chef/Owner of Il Contadino Ristorante, Michael, created a fabulous and delicious 5 course dinner to accompany the different

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selections of wines. The main course was Short Ribs with garlic mashed potatoes. The dessert was a wonderful homemade Cheese Cake. More wine tasting dinners are planned for the future. Great food and wine was enjoyed by all. IL Contadino Ristorante is located at 165 NE 2nd Ave., in the Pineapple Grove district in Down Town Delray Beach. 561330-0004.

Mizner Country Club Using Drone Technology to Keep Members Informed About Golf Course Renovation

Whether you love them or hate them, drones (also known as UAVs or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) are surging in popularity and are increasingly being used in a wide range of industries. From the Real Estate industry to Wedding Photography, drones are entering mainstream content strategy and into diverse marketing initiatives. According to U.S. aviation officials, there could be 7 million small drones in the sky by 2020, with as many as 2.7 million of them used for commercial purposes. Mizner Country Club in Delray Beach, Florida is using drone technology to keep its members informed about its $6 million dollar renovation of their 18 Hole golf course with bi-weekly video updates. Construction of the highly anticipated course redesign is expected to be completed by

December 1, 2016. “For our vacationing members or those with northern summer homes, the drone videos are keeping them in tune with the construction progress, and they are loving it,” said Larry Savvides, Mizner General Manager. According to Adam Jalowiec, Mizner Director of Golf Course Maintenance, “Justin Fuller is our drone operator/video editor. He puts a lot of effort into the videos to insure our viewers can see the progress without actually being on the course. He works closely with us to make sure we are showing all the items of importance, and the drone perspective is spectacular. Florida rarely has elevated picture opportunities unless you own a helicopter and that is where the drone videos really stand out.”

Mangoes For Charity Adds 4 More Locations

Existing locations offer expanded hours Well into mango season, the fruit is ripe and the mangoes are falling. Mangoes For Charity, a nonprofit program that puts surplus mangoes to work for community benefits, has added 4 more locations, including 2 in West Palm Beach and 1 in Lantana. The original 5 locations for Mangoes For Charity 2016 have also extended their mango hours to accommodate more mango docontinued page 12


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nors and mango buyers. See the full list of participating locations below. Food is sacred. Mangoes For Charity invites Palm Beach County residents to help harvest, donate, and eat the many mangoes that would otherwise go to waste. There are 9 locations in Palm Beach County this year where residents can donate or buy surplus mangoes to support local community gardens. For more information, see MangoesForCharity.org. DELRAY BEACH CHILDREN’S GARDEN 138 SW 1 Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33444 Tuesday – Thursday: 3:00 – 5:30 p.m. Friday: 9:00 a.m. – noon Sunday: 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. (Outside of these hours, leave mangoes at main garden gate, east side) www.delraybeachchildrensgarden.org 561.716.8342 DELRAY BEACH GREEN MARKET Mangoes for Charity tent 201 West Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33444 (Tennis Center parking lot) Saturday: 8:00 – 10:30 a.m. http://delraycra.org/greenmarket/ 917.841.3188 MANGO SWAP @ CURRIE COMMONS PARK Osceola Park Neighborhood SE 2 Avenue at SE 7 Street, Delray Beach, FL 33483

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Sunday, July 10: 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. NEW VEGAN RESTAURANT 528 NE 2 Street, Delray Beach, FL 33483 Wednesday-Sunday: 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. www.thenewvegan.com 561.404.5301

Space Of Mind Hosts Open House For Middle And High School Families

August 6th Event Launches FullTime, Afterschool & Community Programs for Students, Adults & Educators That Beat the Back to School Blues Space of Mind, an innovative community schoolhouse in downtown Delray Beach, is hosting an Open House to launch their 2016-17 programs Saturday, August, 6, 2016 11am4pm. Do you have the back to school blues already?! Space of Mind, an innovative and creative full time schoolhouse and afterschool studio for aweSOMe programming, is hosting an OPEN HOUSE to help you shake off those blues and (gasp!) get excited for a new school year! We’ll serve up samples of Chef Neil’s famous school lunches, entertain you with creative activities and wow you with our nontraditional and personalized approach to learning, parenting and community building.The coaching team, current stu-

dents and happy parents will be at this family friendly event to share their aweSOMe SOM experiences with you. We can’t wait to get you excited to go back to school! For more information about the Open House, and to share the invitation with others visit, https://www.facebook.com/ events/1738398966415588/ or contact Space of Mind at 877.407.1122 or email admin@myspaceofmind.com.

Contacts & Cocktails at The Conde Center

Dr. John Conde and Sandra from Davidson Wellness and Weight Loss

On July 14th Dr. John Conde and his staff opened their doors and welcomed over 100 people to join in the Chamber Of Commerce - Contacts & Cocktails monthly event. With a little music, a cold glass of wine or beer and superb food, the evening went very well. Business cards and conversations were exchanged whilst mingling through the many modern rooms at The Conde Center, finishcontinued page 14


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Garlic Fest Announces New Host City!

18th Annual Garlic Fest...

The Best Stinkin’ party in South Florida!

February 10 - 12, 2017 John Prince Park, Lake Worth, Florida (561) 279-0907

The best stinkin’ party in town is now the best stinkin’ party in South Florida! Now that Garlic Fest is turning 18, we figure that it is time to grow up! That means we are going to take everything you have always loved about Garlic Fest and make it bigger and better than ever before! We have been working with Palm Beach County to bring you a Garlic Fest that will leave you stinkin’ for days and in order to do that we needed more space! Thanks to our friends at Palm Beach County, we have found the perfect spot at John Prince Park in Lake Worth, FL! Now, all you have to do is sit back, start stocking up on mints, and count down the days until South Florida Garlic Fest 2017...coming this February! We are excited to partner with Palm Beach Counties John Prince Park - A beautiful 726 acre park, easy access from I95, onsite parking and a relaxing 48acre campground complete with all the amenities. Our Internationally Award Winning Event continues the tradition of THE signature food and entertainment event in South Florida. The Garlic Fest continues its focus on local community group volunteer involvement with a dedicated team of 18 non-profit organizations comprised of 550 volunteers. The festivities include live national musical entertainment, artists & crafters, and garlic-infused cuisine that permeate the air. The three-day event will be held Friday through Sunday, Feb. 10 - 12, 2017. Festival hours are Friday: 5 PM-

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11 PM, Saturday: 11 AM-11 PM, Sunday: 11 AM-7 PM. This unique event crosses all cultural boundaries and ages, providing something for everyone featuring; National Act Musical Entertainment, the Cloves & Vines Wine Garden, full liquor bars, Garlic Chef Stadium, garlic-inspired gourmet food, over 200 unique vendors, children’s activities, amusement rides, professional level cooking competitions and more. Garlic Fest was started by a group of locals as a means to raise funds for local non-profit organizations dedicated to children’s arts and education and it is still run by those local organizations today! The Garlic Fest is a gathering that renews communal spirit and it enriches the fabric of south Florida life. The Garlic Fest draws international media attention including a featured spot on the Food Networks “Unwrapped”. It has been featured in over 40 national magazines, two network appearances and countless hours of local media coverage. For more information, visit our website at www.sflgarlicfest.com and don’t miss the “Best Stinking Party in South Florida”.

ing off with the “Fun Photo Booth”. The Conde Center for Chiropractic Neurology is located at 401 West Atlantic Ave, Suite 014, Delray Beach. 561-330-6096. www. thecondecenter.com

Men Empowering Change: The First – Impact 100 Men – Palm Beach County If the women can do it, and do it well, then the men should try too!

These were the thoughts of the local men who have founded Impact 100 for Men - Palm Beach County. They were inspired by the women’s group, Impact 100 – Palm Beach County, The Power of Women Giving As One, which started in 2011. Chuck Halberg, Ted Hodkinson & Stephen Greene, the founding members of Impact 100 Men – Palm Beach County saw an opportunity to give back to the local community in a big way, and they may be the first, as they haven’t been able to find another Impact 100 group for men. So how does it work? The concept is to engage at least 100 men to contribute $1200 each, awarding at least one annual grant of up to $100,000 to a local nonprofit in Palm Beach County that focus on children, which is voted for by the members. Membership is a one-year commitment and renewed annually. The only other criteria is you must be 21 years of age or older. Once you join, your level of involvement in the group is totally up to you. You can simply cast your vote at the Grant Award Celebration or you can get involved on any number of committees. Impact 100 Men – Palm Beach County is a donor advised fund of The Community for Palm Beach and Martin Counties 501 (c)(3). For more information on this organization or learn how to donate please visit www.impact100men.com continued page 16


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Expertise. Dedication. Results.

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Impeccably decorated 4 bedroom, plus loft, 4 bath, home located in the gated community of The Bridges. Dramatic two story formal living room with a web bar. Upgraded chef's kitchen includes granite countertops, full granite backsplash, 42'' cabinets, under and above cabinet lighting, center island, stainless steel appliances, double oven snack bar and family dining area. Master retreat with a coffer ceiling, his and her custom walk in closets, dual sinks, walk in shower and garden tub. Bedroom #3 has an En-suite bath. The covered and extended patio over looks the private yard and serene lake view. This home also boasts a formal dining room, custom wood and iron stair railing, loft, high hat lighting, crown molding and lush landscaping. Move in Ready Located close to Trendy Atlantic Ave. For more detailed information call 800-931-2313 ext 197.

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delray under $50 By Darien Arden

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Now that Delray Beach is a rising star in the art, culture and social scene, it might seem a little difficult to find affordable activities, shops or restaurants. I am here to prove you wrong. Delray Beach offers a mix of high-end boutiques with laid-back restaurants, and events for the whole family or nightclubs for night owls. Here is what you can do in Delray Beach in August for $50 or less.

here are more than 100 eateries in Delray, so no doubt you feel a bit overwhelmed when it’s time to pick a place to stuff your face. But, help is on the horizon. Simplify Your Life Week is August 1 through 7 and you’re invited to indulge in Delray’s newest event, Dine Out Downtown Delray, where you can discover (or re-discover) the diverse dining scene and culinary experiences offered along the Avenue. Enjoy $10 deals, $20 prix fixe lunch menus, $20-$40 prix fixe dinners, as well as a series of creative culinary events and classes. Treat yourself to lunch by the ocean at Caffe Luna Rosa and enjoy a chopped salad, rigatoni Bolognese and cheesecake for only $20. Head over to Racks Fish House and Oyster Bar for their $40 dinner and dive in to an octopus appetizer, lobster roll entrée and key lime pie for dessert. There are several choices on each menu so pick your fancy from the roughly 30 participating restaurants. (Please note that prices do not include tax and gratuity.) This is the perfect way to take a stab at a new menu you’ve been dying to try, and support a local non-profit, Healthy Bellies, which focuses on nutrition for under privileged children and families in Delray Beach. Reservations are recommended and can be made directly through the restaurant(s). Visit www.downtowndelraybeach.com or call (561) 2431077 for more information.

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usic is really powerful. It can make you happy, enhance a trip, and really seal the deal on an event. August is Happiness Happens Month and you’re invited to a disco – with a twist. Old School Square presents Silent Disco at the Fieldhouse. Held August 4, Silent Disco is a high energy performance in a silent atmosphere! At this DJ dance party, the music is experienced through high quality, wireless headphones where you can control the volume, and I am really loving this idea. I can just picture hundreds of people jumping, contorting, sliding and morphing their body as their jam out to music that innocent bystanders can’t hear, or understand. The cool part is that there are different DJs so everyone will be dancing to the beat of their particular DJ’s drum. It’s almost a battle of the DJs where they each try to get as many people dancing to their tunes as possible and win over the crowd. How cool! Silent Disco is held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. and tickets are only $15. The Fieldhouse is located at 51 N. Swinton Ave. Visit www.oldschoolsquare.org or call (561) 243-7922 for more information or to purchase tickets.

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in or lose, we’re still friends, right? Yes, but I still won and you still lost. If you’re looking for a little friendly competition, Delray’s newest downtown addition is right up your alley. August is National Win with Civility Month so gather the friends and head to the Silverball Museum where you can have all the civil battles you could ever imagine. The Silverball Museum is a gigantic fun house filled with vintage pinball games and other rare games (Skeeball, anyone?) that


are all beautifully restored and awaiting your battling thumbs. You can’t even believe that all of these games exist and even more so that they’re all located in the same place. The best part is that you can play until you’re blue in the face because rates start at $7.50 for 30 minutes or $25 for an all-day pass, open to close. Couple that with tasty gaming snacks and wine or beer and you’re set for a fun night (or day) out. Challenge the family or friends to some fun pre-dinner gaming action or stop by after a few drinks for a rematch or to keep your title. The Silverball Museum is located at 19 N.E. Third Ave. Visit www.silverballmuseum.com or call (561) 266-3294 for more information.

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andwiches are an essential part to any lunch, beach party or to-go breakfast so let’s not settle for “ho hum” and instead opt for the “oh wow.” August is National Panini Month and I stand firm in my belief that the type and crispiness of bread is essential to any successful sandwich build. Caffe Martier has it right with their panini options that include savory, spicy and salty. Dig your teeth into the chicken and brie panini with brie, chicken, tomatoes and a pesto mayo for $11.50. Or, if you live on the spicier side of life, enjoy the spicy tuna panini with albacore tuna, cilantro, jalapenos, lemon and mayo with fontina cheese for $12. If you want to pretend you’re in a faraway land, the Mediterranean panini should get you there with feta cheese, tomatoes, zatar and olive oil served with sides of hummus and babaganoush for $11.50. Keep your stomach’s passport handy for the Italian panini melt with fresh mozzarella, tomatoes, basil and black olive pesto for $10. All paninis are served with mixed greens and the most delicious chickpea salad ever, so eat and be happy. Caffe Martier is located at 411 E. Atlantic Ave. Visit www.caffemartierdelray.com or call (561) 450-6169 for more information.

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t’s pretty amazing to think that what you write, document, paint or photograph now could end up being studied in hundreds or thousands of years. (So make it good!) August is What Will Be Your Legacy Month? and the possibilities are endless. If you’d like a little artistic inspiration, head to the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens for their Sumi-e ink painting workshop. Sumi-e is a form of Japanese ink painting brought from China to Japan in the 12th century. Asian aesthetic writing is generally consistent in stating the goal of is not simply to reproduce the appearance of the subject, but to capture its spirit. To paint a horse, the artist must understand its temperament better than its muscles and bones. East Asian ink wash painting may be regarded as a form of expressionistic art that captures the unseen, which says a lot for the finished product. The class is held on August 13 from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm and students will not only learn composition and how to paint with brush and ink, but will also have the opportunity to create a simple painting using the learned principles of composition. Instructor Susan Wilders has had the privilege of studying sumi-e ink painting from two of our country’s foremost masters, Mr. Chow Chian-Chiu and Mrs. Chow Leung Chen-Ying. Admission to the class is $35 plus a $3 materials fee to the instructor, and reserve your spot now because the July class was sold out. The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens is located at 4000 Morikami Park Road. Visit www.morikami.org or call (561) 495-0233 for more information.

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1-31 Animal Feedings – Shark Feeding - Tues-Sat - 10:30am, Sun 1:30pm- $5. Alligator Feeding –Wed & Sat 1pm- $5. Stingray Feeding – Tues-Sat 2:45pm, Sun 12:30 $5. 561-274-7263, sandowayhouse.org

1-31 Pottery Classes – Mon-Sat. Cloud House Pottery, Artists Alley. 561- 862-9222, cloudhousepottery.com

1-31 Pickleball – $2.Call for times. Pompey Park Community Center. 561-243-7356. Delray Beach Community Center. 561-243-7250. dbpickle.com

1-31 Delray Yacht Cruises Daily Cruises – 1:30pm, Tues-Sun. Cool down this Summer aboard the Lady Atlantic with a 2-Hour Narrated Sightseeing Cruise Discount Offer! Tuesday-Sunday at 1:30pm for $16 per person! 561-243-0686, delraybeachcruises.com

1 Harry Potter Day at the Delray Beach Library – 3pm-7:30pm. Free. Enjoy Sorting Hat, games photo booth,

5 Murder on the Beach Bookstore Booksigning – 7pm. Elaine Viets will speak and sign Brainstorm $15.95. murderonthebeach.com

refreshments. Harry Potter Bingo, Costume contest & Showing of Harry Potter & the Sorcerer’s Stone at 5pm. delraylibrary.org

1-7 Dine Out Downtown Delray – Discover the diverse dining scene and culinary experiences offered in Downtown Delray this August for the first ever Dine Out Downtown Delray Restaurant Week. Enjoy $10 deals, $20 & Under Prix Fixe Lunch Menus, $20 - $40 Prix Fixe Dinners and a series of creative culinary events & classes throughout the week at participating Downtown restaurants. 561-243-1077, downtowndelraybeach.com/ RestaurantWeek 1,8,15,22&29 Greenlands Store presents Tai Chi – 5:30pm at Greenlands Health & Wellness. 561-921-4238, greenlandsstores.com 2,9,16,23,30 Greenlands Store presents Vinyasa Yoga – 5:30pm by donation. Greenlands Health & Wellness. 561-921-4238, greenlandsstores.com

2 National Night Out Against Crime – 6-10pm. Join the Delray Beach Police Department at the Tennis Center for this Free event with kids activities, music, food and entertainment. Also includes vintage cars & K9 police demonstrations. Come meet your city commission members, Delray Beach Police command staff and city officials. 561243-7867, mydelraybeach.com 4 First Thursday Site Tours – 11am-1pm. $5. Discover the fascinating story behind the creation of Old School Square! 561-243-7922, OldSchoolSquare.org

4 Fashion Riot @ DaDa – 9:00 PM. DaDa 52 N Swinton Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33444 Hot fashion show with hot performances, raffles, music food and fun. This is not your average Joe typa show. Join us!

4 Old School Square Presents Silent Disco at the Fieldhouse – 9pm. $15. A high energy performance in a silent atmosphere! At this DJ dance party, the music is experienced through high quality, wireless headphones. 561-2437922, OldSchoolSquare.org

5 Arts Garage Presents Rockin’ Jake Band – Tribute to the Rolling Stones - 8pm. $30-45. Harmonica Blues. Rockin’ Jake has been hailed as one of the premier harmonica players in the country. 561450-6357, artsgarage.org

5 First Friday Art Walk – 6-9pm. Stroll through art galleries and working studios, and meet talented, local artists. Navigate your way through the myriad styles of art in the Downtown Delray Beach Arts District: Atlantic Avenue, Pineapple Grove and Artists Alley. 561-243-1077, DowntownDelrayBeach.com/Events

5 Old School Square Presents Sci-Fi Summer: Plan 9 from Outer Space – 7:30pm. $15-25. 561-2437922, OldSchoolSquare.org

6 Morikami Family Fun: Paper Cut Craft – 12-3pm. Free with paid admission. Create a simple paper cut craft (kirigami) in conjunction with the current exhibit, Shadows of the Floating World: Paper Cuts by Hiromi Moneyhun. 561-4950233, morikami.org

6,13,20 Delray Beach Summer GreenMarket – 9am12pm. The GreenMarket is an open air marketplace located at the Tennis Center Parking lot. delraycra.org/greenmarket

6,13,20,27 Spady Youth Cultural Empowerment Program – $50. Gary Moore will lead youth through the development of an original art piece. Each youth will complete an art project that will be included in Moore’s Art Basel Miami display in December. 561-2798883, spadymuseum.com 6,13,20,27 Murder on the Beach Bookstore Workshops – 10am-12pm. For details: 561-279-7790, murderonthebeach.com

6 Arts Garage Presents Shak Nasti – 8pm. $30-45. Jazz Funk Fusion. The Orlandobased ensemble fuses genres ranging from funk, rock, reggae, and drum & bass, creating

an original sound that can be felt as well as heard. 561-4506357, artsgarage.org

Greenlands 7,14,21,28 Store presents Organic Yoga – 11:30am by donation. Greenlands Health & Wellness. 561-921-4238, greenlandsstores.com 10 Family Fun Day at Delray Marketplace – 3-6pm. Free. Delray Marketplace’s family favorite event returns this summer! Enjoy crafts, train rides, a scavenger hunt, costume characters and more on a rotating basis! 561-865-4613, DelrayMarket.com

11 Chamber of Commerce Presents Celebration of Education Breakfast – 7:45am. $20-35. Welcome our brand new teachers to our Delray Beach schools, hear from Principals about their challenges and success and get a feel for Delray Beach’s education system. 561-278-0424, delraybeach.com

11 Delray Beach Public Library presents “What’s Cookin?” – A monthly cookbook, food literature and potluck club. 561-266-0194, delraylibrary.org

12 Morikami Sushi & Stroll – 5:30-8:30pm. $68. Summer nights in South Florida are something special, especially when they are augmented with taiko drums and a cultural backdrop that can’t be beat! 561-495-0233, morikami.org

12 Arts Garage Presents Duffy Jackson – 8pm. $3045. Duffy dedicates a night to the memory of Count Basie, who’s orchestra he joined in 1979. Join him for stories, songs, and celebrations of Basie’s life. 561-450-6357, artsgarage.org

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HAPPENINGS HAP 13 Ride and Remember Trolley – 7-9pm- $25. Spady Museum. When you board the “Ride & Remember” Trolley Tour, the history of Delray Beach comes alive! 561-2798883, spadymuseum.com

13 Morikami presents Sumi-e Ink Painting Workshop – 10:30-12:30pm. $38. Learn about the history and philosophy of Sumi-e and how it relates to the subjects painted. 561-495-0233, morikami.org

13 Back to School Bash at Catherine Strong Splash Park – 10am-2pm. 561-2437194, Lawsone@mydelraybeach.com

13 Arts Garage Presents Marlow Rosado’s Birthday Celebration – 8pm. $30-45. Latin Jazz. Enjoy Latin Jazz and celebrate Marlow’s birthday at this special show! 561-450-6357, artsgarage.org

13 Parks & Recreation & South Florida Drum Circle – Free. 7-10:30pm. Drumming, dancing, acroyoga, hooping, spinning lights, mega-games and more. 561243-7350, Murrell@mydelraybeach.com

7:30am. $35. Join us for a scenic 5k along A1A & show your support to end discrimination and stomp out bullying! 561325-7862, runsignup.com/ Race/FL/DelrayBeach/DFZ5k 14&19 Murder on the Beach Bookstore Book Club – Call for more details. 561-279-7790, murderonthebeach.com

18 Old School Square Presents Royale Majestique at the Fieldhouse – 9pm. $10. Playing the hits of all musical styles – but way sexier, Royale Majestique reigns in the Jumbo Lounge genre. Covers include the hits of Bruno Mars, Benny Goodman and The Weekend, just to name a few. 561-243-7922, OldSchoolSquare.org

18 Chamber of Commerce Contacts & Cocktails – 5:15-7pm. $10-20. Join us at the Surf History Museum with Dash Travel. Enjoy cocktails, conversations and culinary delights. Don’t forget to bring your business cards for successful networking! 561-2780424, delraybeach.com

18 Delray Yacht Cruises Steel Drum Cruise – 7-9pm. $25. Enjoy the sounds of the islands aboard the Lady Atlantic. WIth beautiful views of the intracoastal! 561-243-0686, delraybeachcruises.com

18 Artists Alley Open Studios – 6-9pm - Pineapple Grove Arts District between NE

3rd & 4th Streets, east of 3rd Ave, west of RR tracks. All of the Studios & Galleries in Artists Alley are open with all the artists present. artistsalleydelray.com

19 Back to School Jam – 7pm – 11pm. $7. Join us at the 505 Teen Center for Music by DJ Big Wagon and giveaways! 561-243-7158

19&20 Arts Garage Presents Nicole Henry – 8pm. $30-45. Jazz Vocalist. One of the jazz world’s most acclaimed vocalists, Nicole’s expressive, soulful voice and uplifting energy has earned her a Soul Train Award, three top 10 albums and international accolades. 561-450-6357, artsgarage.org 20 Delray Beach Public Library presents Time and Its Passing with Mickey Karger – 2pm. A poetry reading and in-depth writing analysis. 561-266-0194, delraylibrary.org

22&23 The Sensuous Senator Auditions at Delray Beach Playhouse – 7:30pm. Production Dates: Oct. 8 – 23, 2016. 4 Men / 5 Women (Ages 20 – 70). Prepared monologues are welcome, but not necessary. 561-272-1281 Ext. 4, delraybeachplayhouse.com

25 Old School Square Presents Canvas & Cocktails – 7-9pm. The Creative Arts School has a fun, new art experience, where you can create an art piece in a relaxed atmosphere! 561-243-7922, OldSchoolSquare.org 25 Delray Yacht Cruises Live Music & Cruise – 7-9pm. $25. Enjoy the sounds of Jim Breen, performing Florida Beach Songs aboard the Lady Atlantic. WIth beautiful views of the intracoastal! 561243-0686, delraybeachcruises. com 25 Young Professionals of Delray Beach (YPAD) – Join the Delray Beach Young Professionals for a night of networking. Details: 561-2780424, DelrayBeach.com/YPAD

26 Delray Art League Opening Reception at the Milagro Center – 6:308:30. Free. Join us for light bites & wine. 20% of all art proceeds benefit Milagro Center. Please RSVP to nescalera@milagrocenter.org. 27 Taste Atlantic Avenue – 11am-2pm. $65. Historical walking food tour along Atlantic Avenue. Includes tastings of signature bites at 5-6 stops. For more info, (954) 410-3177, SavorOurCity.com 27 Arts Garage Presents The Reverend KM Williams – 8pm. $30-45. Bluse/Gospel. 561-450-6357, artsgarage.org

30 Alchemy – All Arts Open Mic Talent Showcase at Arts Garage - 8-11pm. $10. Calling local artists, musicians, actors, spoken word poets, and comedians, this is your time to shine! 561-450-6357, artsgarage.org

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25 Chamber of Commerce Business & Bagels – $5-10. Get your day started out right building business relationships while enjoying coffee and bagels. 561-278-0424, delraybeach.com

1-Aug 28 The Cornell Museum at Old School Square presents LIT – $5. Fourteen internationally recognized artists have used light to bring their creative vision to life. 561-243-7922, oldschoolsquare.org

– $5. Take a bite out of summer and come see: 100 genuine shark and ray jaws including a Great White jaw, Hawaiian shark tooth weapons and fossil dig to find a shark tooth. 561274-7263, sandoway.org

5-Aug 31 The Cornell Museum at Old School Square presents Young Marine Artists – $5. A popup exhibit of juried works by local students, their works capture the beauty of the world’s oceans, lakes and their inhabitants! 561-243-7922, oldschoolsquare.org

1-Sep 16 Delray Beach Public Library presents “Nina, Stan & Stanley PhoExhibition”– tographic Featuring the work of three top photographers. The exhibit will be on display on the second floor. 561-266-0194, delraylibrary.org

1-Sep 18 Transcending Forms: Japanese Bamboo Baskets – The evolution of the humble Japanese bamboo basket from its agricultural beginnings to the revolutionary bamboo expressions of avantgarde artists of the 20th and 21st centuries. 561-495-0233, morikami.org 1-Sep 18 Shadows of the Floating World: Paper Cuts by Hiromi Moneyhun – Combination of traditional Japanese art forms and the bold intensity found in contemporary graphic illustrations. 561495-0233, morikami.org

1-December Delray Beach Historical Society Presents: Fish Tales – $5. Thus - Sat, 11am - 3pm. An exploration of area fishing! 561-2749578, delraybeachhistory.org

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entertainment ║ gotta know

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National Night Out Rally to Take A Stand Against Crime

Bring the entire family on August 2nd 2016, 6pm – 10pm for a night of free fun at The Delray Beach Tennis Center, 201 W Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach. Help build a stronger, safer community by giving crime and drugs a going away party!! Don’t miss out on free food and beverages, toddler bounce house, obstacle course, rock wall/slide, K-9 demonstration, raffle prizes, free backpacks for Delray Beach students and so much more!! For more information visit www.mydelraybeach. com/police or call 561-243-7888.

Dine Out Downtown Delray Restaurant Week 2016 August 1-7

The 1st annual Dine Out Downtown Delray Restaurant Week 2016 is produced by the Delray Beach Downtown Development Authority (DDA) in partnership with the Downtown Delray Beach restaurants and merchants. To showcase the diverse dining scene and wide-array of culinary experiences in Downtown Delray Beach during the summer season - a tropical and leisurely time of year in South Florida. Downtown Delray Restaurant Week 2016 will feature special three-course prix fixe lunch and dinner menus and culinary experiences including wine & beer tasting/food pairing dinners, juicing/nutrition class, cocktail classes, chef demonstrations and more. The week-long event provides locals and visitors an opportunity to sample Downtown restaurants and food/beverage merchants at special prices. Diners simply select their choice from the list of participating restaurants and merchants. Reservations are strongly encouraged and may be made directly through the restaurant/merchant. No passes, tickets or coupons required. Participants (AS OF JULY 12, 2016) include: 32 East, 50 Ocean, Atlantic Grille at The Seagate Hotel, Big Al’s Steaks, Brule, Caffe Luna Rosa, Caffe

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Martier, CENA, DADA, Deck 84, Eat Market, Gary Rack’s Farmhouse Kitchen, Honey, Juice Buzz, Juice Papi, Luigi’s Coal Oven Pizza, Max’s Harvest, Mellow Mushroom, Pizza Rustica, PRIME, Rack’s Fish House & Oyster Bar, Salt7, Solita & Mastino, The Office, The Old Arcade, Tryst and Windy City Pizza. For more information and additional events visit http://downtowndelraybeach.com/restaurantweek facebook.com/DelrayDDA or phone 561.243.1077.

Considering Cruising? Then Cruise in style!

I recently had the pleasure of a VIP visit onboard the MSC Divina cruise ship while she was in Miami port, courtesy of Jeff and Joel from Dash Travel.

The upscale décor of this beautiful ship astounded me. Apparently inspired by the award winning actress Sophia Loren, MSC Divina is a real beauty! Starting first and foremost with the Swarovski crystal staircases (yes, Swarovski).

The ship is elegant and glamorous! Carrying over 4300 passengers plus 1400 crew, Divina boasts 18 decks including 14 for guests. Other facilities are your choice of seven restaurants, 20 bars and lounges, four swimming pools, a bowling alley and the stylish Casino Veneziano. The huge, luxurious MSC Aurea Spa is located adjacent to the sophisticated, state of the art gymnasium on deck 14 and offers a vast array of treatments and aromas! The “Broadway style” theatre seats 1,500 guests, where they perform twice a day. The sports arena will keep you trim with sports such as basketball, volleyball, tennis and a 235m jogging track. A Smurf-themed play area is located on deck 15 in a dedicated children’s area. The list of things to see and do goes on and on! We were treated to a decadent lunch in The Black Crab Restaurant located on Decks 5 & 6. The best and only way to describe the food was…Divine, Delectable….Fantastic!!! I have to say I was never a true fan of cruising but after this visit I’m ready to book! Choosing the right cruise can become a bit of a nightmare, so I suggest you put it in the hands of the experts and call or visit Jeff or Joel at Dash Travel, 504 E Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach, Fl 33483 – 561-498-8439 – www.dashtravelandcruises.com

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entertainment ║ gotta see By skip sheffield

Gotta See

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ugust is often called “the dog days of summer,” but that is not true in the world of movies. We have some provocative titles with bigname stars to shake up the doldrums.

August 5 Will Smith is back in action as the star of “Suicide Squad,” in which a group of well-known and little-known operatives band together against a common enemy. Smith’s nickname is Deadshot, aka Floyd Lawton. His compadres include Rick Flag (Joel Kinnamon), The Enchantress (Cara Delevigne), Capt. Boomerang (Jai Courtney) and Dr. Harleen F. Quinze (Margot Robbie). The story is based on a DC Comics series, directed by David Ayer (“Fury,” “End of Watch”). Kevin Spacey is trapped in the body of his family’s pet cat in “Nine Lives.” Spacey plays an obnoxious Type-A daredevil billionaire developer who is building the tallest skyscraper in the Northern Hemisphere. Jennifer Garner plays his wife Lara. His daughter Rebecca (Rebecca Weisman), 11, is the one who gets the cat. The store is

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run by Christopher Walken. The cat is called Mr. Fuzzypants. Barry Sonnenfeld (“Men in Black” I, II and II) directs. “The Founder” is the somewhat true story of Ray Kroc, who wrested control of a hamburger chain from Mac and Dick McDonald (John Carroll Lynch and Nick Offerman). Laura Dern plays McDonald’s first wife Ethel, who gets left in the dust. John Lee Hancock (“Saving Mr. Banks,” “The Blind Side”) directs. The screenplay is by Robert D. Siegel (“The Wrestler”).

August 12 “Pete’s Dragon” is a remake of the 1977 animated kids’ film. An orphaned boy (Oakes Fegley) becomes best friends with a large dragon. Bryce Dallas Howard is the voice of his mom Grace, a forest ranger, and Robert Redford is the voice of her eccentric father Mr. Meacham, a wood-carver who likes to tell stories. “Sausage Party” is not what you think. It’s about an actual sausage (Seth Rogen) who leads a group of supermarket foods on a quest to find the truth of their existence. Other food groups are voiced by Jonah Hill, who co-wrote the script; Edward Norton, who plays Carl Bagel, Jr., and Kristen Wiig, James Franco and Salma Hayek. This is billed as the first R-rated CG-animated film, directed by Conrad Vernon (“Monsters vs. Aliens”). The Streepster is back in another scenery-chewing role. Meryl Streep plays “Florence Foster Jenkins,” a New York socialite with zero talent but a ton of ambition. Stephen Frears (“The Queen”) directs this truth-based story of a woman who tried to be an opera star. Hugh Grant plays her long-suffering husband, who soothes his suffering with a secret mistress. Simon Hedberg is her pianist, Cosme McMoon.

August 19 Roll over Charleton Heston. Mr. Heston starred in more than 100 films, but perhaps his most famous was “BenHur,” which won him an Academy Award in 1959. “Ben-Hur” has been remade with Jack Huston in the lead

role of a Roman Prince falsely accused of treason by his adopted brother, Messala (Toby Kebbell). This new version reverts to Lew Wallace’s epic 1880 novel, which focuses on the nature of faith. Rodrigo Santoro plays Jesus Christ and Timur Bekamretov (“Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter”) directs. “War Dogs” is another allegedly true story about two friends in their early 20s, living in Miami Beach during the early years of the Iraq War, who discover a US Government initiative that encourages small businesses to bid on US Military contracts. The boys (Miles Teller and Jonah Hill) get in way over their heads when they win the $300 million contract to finance the Afghan military. The screenplay is based on a March 2011 Rolling Stone article co-written and directed by Todd Phillips (“The Hangover” I, II and III”). “Kubo and the Two Strings” is a CG-animated movie about clever, kind-hearted Kubo (Art Parkinson) who makes a modest living in his seaside town telling stories. His friends include Hosato (George Takei), Hashi (Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa) and Kameekichi (Brenda Vaccaro). One day Kubo inadvertently summons up the forces of a long-dormant spirit, and he must join forces with The Monkey (Charlize Theron) and Beetle (Matthew McConaughey) to save the world with a magical musical instrument. Ralph Fiennes plays the evil Moon King. August 26 “Mechanic: Resurrection” is a sequel to the 2011 thriller starring Jason Statham as a professional assassin. Jessica Alba is Gina, a deceitful, cunning but beautiful villain. Tommy Lee Jones and Michele Yeoh co-star in the business of killing. “Don’t Breathe” is a horror-thriller about a group of friends who break into the house of a wealthy blind man, thinking it would be easy pickings. Think again. Many of the team of “Evil Dead” are involved, including director Fede Alvarez; writers Fede Alvarez and Rodo Sayagues, and producer Sam Raimi.


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entertainment ║ gotta HEAR

Gotta Hear

By skip sheffield

August 1 Start off your August with “An Evening with Pitbull” at 8 p.m. Monday, August 1 at Seminole Hard Rock Live in Hollywood. Mr. Bull, or is that Mr. Pitbull?, was raised in Miami of Cuban expatriate parents. His first hit in 2004 was “M.I.A.M.I,” which stands for “Money is a Major Issue.” So there you go. Tickets to hear the 35-yearold rapper are $70, $90, $105, $130 and $140, so money is a major issue if you want to hear him do his thing. Call TicketMaster at 800-745-3000 or go to www.myhrl.com for tickets. August 2 K. Michelle performs at 8 p.m. Tuesday, August 2 at Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale. K., whose given name is Kimberly Michelle Pate, is a Florida girl who won a musical scholarship to Florida A&M University. She achieved notoriety in the VH1 series “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta 2012.” In 2014 she had her own reality show, “K. Michelle: My Life.” Tickets are $31.50 advance or $35 at the door. Call 954-449-1025.

August 3 Say it ain’t so. The GoGo’s perform a Farewell Tour at 8 p.m. Wednesday, August 3 at Broward Center for the Arts in Fort Lauderdale. Formed in Los Angeles in 1978, after their debut album “Beauty and the Beat” the Go-Go’s became the most successful female rock group of all time. Tickets are $25 to $115. Call 954-462-0222 or go to www.browardcenter.org.

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August 5 The Rockin’ Jake Band plays a tribute to the Rolling Stones at 8 p.m. Friday August 5 at Arts Garage, 180 N.E. First Street, Delray Beach.

Tickets are $30-$45. Call 561-4506357 or go to www.artsgarage.org. August 6 Out of Orlando comes a rock/funk/ fusion reggae group called Shak Nasti, playing at 8 p.m. Saturday, August 6 at Arts Garage. Call 561-450-6357 or go to www.artsgarage.org.

August 12 Drummer-singer Duffy Jackson performs a Count Basie tribute show at 8 p.m. Friday, August 12 at Arts Garage. Call 561-450-6357 or go to www. artsgarage.org for ticket information. School’s out forever. Alice Cooper, ne Vincent Furnier, has been out of high school for 50 years. He was 21 when he recorded his first big hit, “I’m 18.” Though he is officially a senior citizen, Cooper still dons his makeup as “The Godfather of Shock Rock” and continues to tour. One of his tour stops will be Broward Center at 8:30 p.m. Friday, August 12.Tickets are $49.50$89.50 or $119.50 VIP. Call 954-4620222 or go to www.browardcenter. org. August 13 Though his name sounds French, Ray LaMontagne is American, born in Nashua, New Hampshire. He will be bringing his blend of folk and blues to the Fillmore at Jackie Gleason Theatre, Miami Beach at 8 p.m. Saturday, August 13. Tickets are $39.50 and $54.50. Call 800-745-3000. Closer to home, Marlow Rosado has a birthday celebration at 8 p.m. August 13 at Arts Garage. Call 561450 6357. August 19 She is as beautiful as her voice. Miami-bred jazz singer Nicole Henry graces the stage at Arts Garage at 8 p.m. Friday, August 19. Call 561-4506357 or go to www.artsgarage.org.

August 27 The Rev. K.M. Williams plays his Texas blues at 8 p.m. Saturday, August 27 at Arts Garage. Tickets are $30$45. Call 561-450-6357 or go to www. artsgarage.org.


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entertainment ║ gotta READ

Gotta Read

By LISA MARIE

Sting

by Sandra Brown Released August 2nd 2016 When Jordie Bennet and Shaw Kinnard lock eyes across a disreputable backwater bar, something definitely sparks. Shaw gives off a dangerous vibe that makes men wary and inspires women to sit up and take notice. None feel that undercurrent more strongly than savvy businesswoman Jordie, who doesn’t belong in a seedy dive on the banks of a bayou. But here she is . . . and Shaw Kinnard is here to kill her. As Shaw and his partner take aim, Jordie is certain her time has come. But Shaw has other plans and abducts Jordie, hoping to get his hands on the $30 million her brother has stolen and, presumably, hidden. However, Shaw is not the only one looking for the fortune. Her brother’s ruthless boss and the FBI are after it as well. Now on the run from the feds and a notorious criminal, Jordie and Shaw must rely on their wits-and each other-to stay alive. Miles away from civilization and surrounded by swampland, the two play each other against their common enemies. Jordie’s only chance of survival is to outwit Shaw, but it soon becomes clear to Shaw that Jordie isn’t entirely trustworthy, either. Was she in on her brother’s scam, or is she an innocent pawn in a deadly vendetta? And just how valuable is her life to Shaw, her remorseless and manipulative captor? Burning for answers-and for each other-this unlikely pair ultimately make a desperate move that could be their last.

Present Over Perfect: Leaving Behind Frantic for a Simpler, More Soulful Way of Living

by Shauna Niequist Released August 9th 2016 In a culture that values speed, efficiency, image, and busyness, some of us are aching for another way to live: more intentional, more connected. Simpler,

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slower, richer. Many of us have believed the myth that achievement and success bring us contentment, only to find it’s actually things like connection and meaning, not success and achievement, that provide true peace and genuine happiness. Present Over Perfect is bestselling author Shauna Niequist’s motto for how to live a rich, engaged, and loving life in the midst of what often feels terribly messy and imperfect. Similar in format to Shauna’s previous books, Present Over Perfect is a collection of essays that focuses on the journey from frantic and tired to connected and free. Many of us find ourselves busier than we want to be, missing the sweetest moments along the way. We end up resentful and distracted, full of regret and feeling disconnected. Present Over Perfect is a hand reaching out to a new way of living—full of grace, space, and connection.

Damaged (Rosato & DiNunzio Series #4)

by Lisa Scottoline Released August 16th 2016 One boy. One lawyer. One chance for justice. Te n - y e a r - o l d Patrick O’Brien is a natural target at school. Shy, dyslexic, and small for his age, he tries to hide his firstgrade reading level from everyone: from his classmates, from the grandfather who cares for him, and from the teachers who are supposed to help him. But the real trouble begins when Patrick is accused of attacking a school aide. The aide promptly quits and sues the boy, his family, and the school district. Patrick’s grandfather turns to the law firm of Rosato & DiNunzio for help and Mary DiNunzio is on the case. Soon Mary becomes Patrick’s true champion and his only hope for security and justice. But there is more to the story than meets the eye and Patrick might be more troubled

than he seems. With twists at every turn and secrets about the family coming to light, Mary DiNunzio might have found the case that can make her a true protector, or break her heart... With Lisa Scottoline’s trademark emotional depth and fast-paced action, Damaged will have readers riveted to the last page as they root for the beloved characters and their fight for justice.

Wild Embrace: A PsyChangeling Collection

by Nalini Singh Released August 23rd 2016 The “alpha author of paranormal romance” presents a stunningly sensual collection of four all-new PsyChangeling novellas, in which taboos are broken, boundaries are crossed, and instincts prove irresistible... Echo of Silence In a deep-sea station, Tazia Nerif has found her life’s work as an engineer, keeping things running smoothly. But she wants nothing more than to break down the barrier of silence between her and her telekinetic Psy-station commander... Dorian A changeling who can never shift lives a life of quiet frustration—until he learns how to let his leopard come out and play... Partners in Persuasion Still raw from being burned by a dominant female, wolf changeling Felix will never again risk being a plaything. But for dominant leopard Dezi, he’s the most fascinating man she’s ever met. She just has to convince this gun-shy wolf that he can trust the dangerous cat who wants to take a slow, sexy bite out of him… Flirtation of Fate Seven years ago, Kenji broke Garnet’s heart. Now the wolf packmates have to investigate the shocking murder of one of their own. And the more Kenji sees of the woman Garnet has become, the deeper he begins to fall once more. But even his primal instincts are no match for the dark secret he carries...


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health & beauty ║ pain relief

Fibromyalgia…

Revolutionary advances in treatment protocols

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By Dr. John Conde

Primary fibromyalgia syndrome (PFS) affects nearly 6 million people in the United States with a greater prevalence in women. The age groups typically affected are between 45 and 60 years of age.

PFS was originally thought of as a byproduct of clinical depression and was not deemed a valid diagnosis by the majority of physicians in the United States. Due to the lack of understanding and because it resembles other disorders such as hypothyroidism, chronic fatigue, arthritis, and infectious mononucleosis it was routinely misdiagnosed. Thanks to new, cutting edge research utilizing functional MRI and PET scans we now know that PFS is a true disorder taking on epidemic proportions in this country. WHAT IS PFSAND HOW IS IT DIAGNOSED? PFS is a disabling disorder characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain and stiffness described as aching, burning, throbbing, and shooting. The pain is typically greatest in the morning and in muscle groups that are used repetitively. Fatigue and sleep disturbances (stage 4) are also cardinal signs of this disorder. Associated symptoms may include irritable bowel and bladder, headaches and transformed migraines, restless leg syndrome, TMJ and face pain, numbness and tingling, impaired memory and concentration, dizziness, anxiety, and depression. According to the American College of Rheumatology, the criteria for diagnosis of PFS includes finding tenderness or pain in at least 11 of 18 specified tender points when pressure is applied. Widespread pain must also be experienced in all four quadrants of the body for a minimum of three months. WHAT IS THE CAUSE OF PFS? The human brain has inherent pain modulatory systems responsible for the suppression of pain transmission. Current research 40 August 2016 | www.AtlanticAveMagazine.com

is pointing towards faulty brain processing as the causative agent of PFS. A study conducted by the National Institute of Health found that patients with PFS who were given relatively low levels of pressure seemed to experience the same amount of pain and subsequent brain activity as the control group which were given high levels of pressure. Due to this faulty brain processing the brain becomes very efficient at transmitting pain so that even a soft touch may produce a pounding sensation. Over time, an individual may experience pain even without a pain producing stimulus or injury. BRAIN-BASED TREATMENT: The human brain is highly plastic (changeable). Sixty percent of the brain is genetically predetermined while forty percent is constantly changing according to environmental influences (work, home, exercise, food, etc.). We also know that our brain cells require oxygen, proper nutrients, and stimulation for optimal function. Understanding these concepts, neurophysiologic rehabilitation utilizes oxygen acquiring techniques, nutrition, and specific forms of stimulation (light, sound, touch, oculomotor exercises, one-sided balance exercises, cognitive exercises, one- sided chiropractic adjustments) targeted to the under functioning brain regions. The goal is to restore proper function. Specifically pertaining to PFS, we have also found that graded aerobic exercise and supplementation of malic acid, magnesium, and melatonin are highly effective. Lastly, Class IV High Power Laser Therapy has been proven to be effective in treating some of the sore and tender points in the musculoskeletal system. This therapy,

also known as photo-bio-modulation, sends particles of light called photons trans-dermally into the cell level. The photons dock on receptor sites on the cells and trigger the cells to produce more proteins and energy, thus stimulating the healing effect. This is the gold standard in conservative treatment of the tender points in PFS. The Conde Center For Chiropractic Neurology 401 West Atlantic Avenue, Suite #014 Delray Beach, FL 33444 561-330-6096 www.thecondecenter.com


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health & beauty ║ dermatology

Body Contouring

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By Thomas C. Balshi, M.D.

Body contouring has been growing in popularity, and not just among celebrities. Most of us have a little “pooch” that we would love to get rid of. With so many options to choose from it can be easy to get confused about what works, what doesn’t and which option is best for you.

If you’re looking for a way to reshape your body but don’t want to have surgery, liposuction or down time, these non-surgical options are very impressive. Zeltiq’s CoolSculpting is a one-hour, nofuss, non-surgical, fat-cell-destroyer that requires neither healing time nor a single suture. During a CoolSculpting session, an oblong molded cup is placed over the lower stomach or love handles; heavyduty suction pulls one’s fat inside the cup, where it’s chilled to about 5˚C (41˚F). After the one hour treatment, the hand piece is removed. The flesh is now frozen in the shape of a pink stick of butter, distinct from the rest of the abdomen. Then the process is repeated on the next treatment area. Total time can be 3-6 hours depending on the number of treatment sites. Some of the fat cells in the selected area are destroyed and ultimately disposed of by the liver, a process that can take four to six months. CoolSculpting is capable of removing 25 percent of the fat that fits in the cup for treatment. It is FDA cleared and safe but patients often complain of pain at the treatment area for several days following treatment. The hot competitor to fat-freezer Zeltiq is the Liposonix, a gadget that liquefies fat using high-intensity, focused ultrasound. The manufacturers of Liposonix don’t make claims about specific weight loss, but they use the tagline: “One treatment, one hour, one size smaller.” Liposonix heats fat to 55˚C as the technician moves the hand piece around your abdominal fat for the one hour treatment. The heat melts fat cells which stimulates the im42 August 2016 | www.AtlanticAveMagazine.com

mune system to clean up the damaged fat cells and take that damaged fat to the liver. The body then clears it. Most patients see results within four to six weeks. During treatment, the patient may feel discomfort, cold, prickling, and tingling. After treatment there may be pain, redness, swelling, and bruising, but most

people tolerate it quite well. Bigger and Better is the BTL device called Vanquish. Similar to Liposonix it uses heat to melt fat, only Vanquish uses a radio frequency technology, not ultrasound. With its huge panel that covers the entire abdominal area and love handles simultaneously, it is a clear winner based simply on the size of the treatment area. Other obvious benefits to Vanquish are that it is completely painless, before, during and after treatment. No technician or hand piece ever touches you... the panel just hovers over the treatment area. What may be its most remarkable asset is that there is a panel to treat the stubborn arm and leg fat too, making Vanquish the most versatile body contouring machine on the market. With as little as four 45min treatments, spaced about a week apart, patients can shrink from 2-4 inches! For most patients on the brink of trying a little body sculpting, Vanquish is clearly the first choice. To wiggle out of some fat tissue painlessly outshines even “the chocolate diet.” A simple hour of warm contemplation could be the impetus that sets in place a treatment plan for a firmer and more fit YOU. Consult with your dermatologist about the effectiveness of your choices and the path that will give you the most satisfying results. Dr. Thomas C. Balshi 4665 W. Atlantic Ave 561-272-6000 southflderm.com www.balshimd.com


Pain relief at the source. Experience The Chiropractic Neurology Difference. Chiropractic neurology is based upon the understanding that the nervous and musculoskeletal systems are intimately related. The Conde Center utilizes traditional chiropractic care along with highly advanced neurological rehabilitation procedures to create custom treatment solutions for each patient that seamlessly takes them from pain and dysfunction to wellness. Contact The Conde Center and begin your journey to better health today!

To learn more please visit us at: www.thecondecenter.com email: info@thecondecenter.com or call: (561) 330-6096

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health & beauty ║ Your Dental Health

Why do we lose teeth as we age?

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BY Craig Spodak, DMD, PA

It’s not natural, and mostly preventable!

Nearly 30 percent of American seniors over the age of 65 are missing all of their teeth and roughly 180 million Americans are missing at least one tooth. However, losing teeth as you age is not natural. Teeth are firmly rooted in your jaw for a reason and that reason is to provide you with a lifetime of use. There are several causes for toothless Americans, and, surprisingly, age isn’t a factor. So what is?

Gum Disease As we get older, we are at more risk for developing gum disease, or periodontal disease. The senior population has the highest rates of gum disease, but roughly 50 percent of all American adults have some form of periodontitis. This could be due to a few factors, including a lack of home hygiene care and poor dietary habits. Gum disease is often not noticeable – if there are any symptoms at all! – until it’s too late to reverse, and this is especially true if you smoke. Smoking constricts blood vessels in the mouth and inhibits the signs and symptoms of gum disease from appearing. Symptoms include red and swollen gums, bleeding while brushing and tooth sensitivity. Gum disease will eventually begin to affect your tooth’s roots. Your teeth need healthy, firm gums to support them and when the gums and connective tissues are compromised, teeth can become loose and fall out. Oral Hygiene Habits It is important to take the very best care of your teeth starting early in life. Years of inadequate brushing and flossing can have a huge impact on your oral health, and it’s even worse if you don’t see your dentist and hygienist for regularly scheduled cleanings and exams. If bacteria accumu44 August 2016 | www.AtlanticAveMagazine.com

lates at an accelerated pace, this can lead to enamel erosion, cavities, tooth decay and gum disease. With each passing year, we’re more prone to lose teeth. Dental check-ups are a big part of the picture as your dentist can spot areas you’re regularly missing and remove built-up plaque during your visit. When we neglect our dental health, this sets us up for failure with dental problems and tooth loss later in life. Trauma or Disease Trauma is also another major factor that causes many adults to lose teeth. These types of trauma can include a car accident, a sporting injury, or slip and falls. Although accidents happen, it is imperative you see your dentist after the trauma to ensure your teeth aren’t damaged, to repair any broken or chipped teeth or to replace missing teeth. Illness can also lead to tooth loss. Not only do our mouths produce less saliva as we age, but chronic diseases require patients to take daily medications, which also

cause dry mouth. Having less saliva in your mouth means that your teeth are less protected, which leads to an overgrowth of bad bacteria and enamel erosion that can lead to tooth decay. Your teeth are more important to your overall health than you might think. Losing your teeth not only makes you look unhealthy, but can also be the sign of a serious health problem. Identifying dental and overall health issues early on can give you a greater chance to recover quickly and prevent future complications. Additionally, it’s also important to maintain a healthy diet that contains sufficient calcium, protein and other nutrients. Take an active role in your personal dental hygiene habits and remember that your dental team is here to help you keep your entire smile for a lifetime! Spodak Dental Group 3911 West Atlantic Avenue Delray Beach 561-498-0050 www.SpodakDental.com


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health & beauty ║ Body Beautiful

Booty Building 101

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By Ashley Sica

So you want a better booty but you’re not sure where to start? Then this is the article for you! Below are some basic principles that will help you attain a tighter, smoother, rounder booty…. and I don’t know one woman that doesn’t want that! Booty building is really an art and it takes specific principles in order to really see results. Before you head to the gym, read on for some very important tips.

1. Nutrition You’ve heard it a million times but I’m going to stress the importance of nutrition once again. You cannot out train a bad diet. If you’re looking to put muscle on your booty, you need to make sure you’re getting enough quality calories. If you’re looking to remove cellulite, a clean diet and adequate hydration is essential. Either way nutrition will play a huge role in your results. 2. Exercise Selection If you think squats and lunges are the 46 August 2016 | www.AtlanticAveMagazine.com

3. Go Heavy Or go home! Just kidding. But in all seriousness you need to lift heavy to see major results. Don’t be afraid of the weight and “bulking” up. You bulk up from cupcakes not heavy weights! The heavier you lift, the smaller and tighter their backsides get. Now that is awesome. What’s heavy for you might not be heavy for the person next to you and that’s OK. Weight is all relative. Especially if you are new to weightlifting, start slow and build yourself up. Lift a weight that is challenging for you. The key is to push yourself enough where your form is not compromised and you can effectively squeeze your glutes…every single rep!

holy grail of booty building think again. While these 2 very popular exercises are great and have their purpose they’re not necessarily the gold standard when it comes to booty building. The majority of your routine should focus around very specific and isolated glute exercises. Focus on exercises that provide a great amount of hip extension. Think hip thrusts, bridges, kickbacks, etc. You’ll achieve far greater results incorporating these exercises than your more “traditional” ones. Particular exercise selection sums up to more results in a fraction of the time.

4. Booty Frequency If you’re serious about transforming your backside you must put in the time and “leg day” one day a week isn’t going to cut it. Your glutes are the largest muscle in your body and can handle a higher training volume. The best results happen when clients train their lower-half 4-5 days per week! Yes, you’ve read that correctly. You’d be surprised at how much training your booty could actually handle! Try it! You’ll be pleasantly surprised. Ashley Sica Fitness Transformation Studio 851 SE 6th Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33483 561-445-7445 Ashleysica@gmail.com


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Preparations For a Successful School Year First Day of School is Monday, August 15 By nicol jenkins

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It’s almost back to the books and homework for Delray Beach students, and there’s no better way to start the year off right than to plan ahead for the first day back.

Set your alarm clocks… The first day of school for Palm Beach County and Delray Beach students is Monday, August 15. While students are looking forward to seeing their friends and classmates, they might be nervous about starting back in a new classroom with a different teacher or at a new school. Parents can help ease the back to school jitters and the transition from summer to another school year by using these helpful tips. Get familiar with the school. If your child is attending a new school, visit the campus a few weeks before school begins. Walk around the hallways, classrooms, caf48 August 2016 | www.AtlanticAveMagazine.com

eteria and school office so your child will know how to navigate their way around their new school. Make a doctor appointment for your children before they head back to the classroom. Students must be healthy before they get back to school so they are ready to learn. State law also requires all Florida students to have their immunization records showing their vaccination history. In addition, parents enrolling their children for the first time in any Palm Beach County school must provide a Florida Certification of Immunization (DH 680 form). The Florida Department

of Health in Palm Beach County has a full list of immunization requirements and its immunization van schedule at palmbeach. floridahealth.gov. Start early in all areas of back to school from bedtime to mealtime and homework time. Tuck your child into bed earlier. Start back with earlier bedtime hours a few weeks before school starts so they can get adjusted to the new schedule. Also, start the healthy breakfast routine now so they won’t be craving junk food. Establishing schedules for homework, dinnertime, TV and sports times also helps. Arranging play times for your child and their classmates to


meet before the start of school will help them get excited to go back with their friends. Back to school safety is the first priority. Children should know who to contact in case of an emergency and the best contact telephone number. Students should also be aware of traffic safety if walking or taking a bus to school. Find out the bus times and routes, know the bike and walking paths or chart out your carpooling plans ahead of time. Bullying is also an important conversation to have with your children. They should know how to report bullying instances, and be aware that it is okay to talk about what happened if they were bullied or witnessed bullying. Check your Back to School shopping lists. The earlier you shop, the better the deals on school supplies and clothing. But make sure you check the list first before buying supplies because some teachers require specific supplies. Also, be aware of the school’s dress code and what your child can and cannot wear during the school year. Now is the time to check with your school on any changes to their policies, as well as to find their suggested donation list for school supplies. An apple a day keeps the doctor away. School meals are also an important preparation for the school year. If you are packing your child’s lunch, be sure to include healthy meal items and mix it up during the week so they don’t get bored eating the same food over and over. If your children are eating at the school cafeteria, be sure to put aside enough lunch money and encourage choosing healthier meal choices. You can find the Palm Beach County Public Schools lunch menu on their website at http://www.palmbeachschools.org/sfs/ index.asp. When your child gets home from school, make them some healthy snacks and be sure to prepare some hearty meals for dinnertime! The planning doesn’t stop during the school day. After care or after school activities are also an important part of the preparation process. Make sure to know the dates and times for after school sporting practices, games or after school club meetings so you can arrange pick-up or carpooling. If you need to utilize after care programs, some local schools offer this service at the schools, while others do not have the programs or space. Check with your child’s school for more information on after care programs, sports or club activities. Check your child’s school website as a resource. It is filled with important dates, phone numbers and event information. Many times, the school’s website will be updated and announce school activities, half days and other important information for students and parents. Encourage your child to do their best and enjoy a successful school year ahead!

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special feature ║ DR. JOHN R. PASQUAL

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon

DR. JOHN R. PASQUAL By diane feen

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There are some predictable conversations in South Florida. The first one has something to do with food and the next is almost always about medical professionals. Finding good doctors ranks as high in South Florida as finding good real estate.

And that’s a big deal here. This craving for excellent healthcare is part and parcel of our awareness of its importance in our lives. And no one knows that better than Dr. John R. Pasqual. This Board Certified Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon specializes in dental implants, dental extractions, pathology (tumors and cysts), facial trauma and reconstructive surgery. He also has the educational background - and years of expertise - honed in the best schools and hospitals in the nation. Dr. Pasqual graduated from University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine, won The Penhall Award for research on cleft lip and nasal deformity, and received The Brody Award for clinical excellence. Dr. Pasqual did a fellowship in anesthesia at Case Western Reserve University, MetroHealth

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Medical Center in Cleveland, is a Diplomat of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists in South Florida and the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. That explains how he could come to Delray Beach from Pittsburg five years ago and start a new practice that is thriving beyond expectation. “We are growing consistently 20 percent each year. We get referrals from dentists and physicians and are filling a need in the local community. We’re happy about that,” said Dr. Pasqual, whose wife Nicole is the Chair Woman for the upcoming Woman of Grace Luncheon for Bethesda Hospital at Mar-A-Lago in Palm Beach. Not only has this practice grown through

word of mouth, but physicians and dentists from out of town are also referring patients to Dr. Pasqual. You know why? Because they know he has excellent qualifications, a stateof-the-art operating room with the same sterilization techniques and general anesthesia offered at hospitals and is precise and caring. Dr. Pasqual also has a state-of-the-art diagnostic tool called an i-Cat Cone Beam Imaging machine. This tool aids the doctor in diagnosis. “The i-Cat Imaging machine is a great diagnostic tool for pathology, trauma, facial fractures, tumors and cysts. With the i-Cat machine it makes surgery more accurate and is able to guide implant placement,” he added. This charming doctor – whose bedside manner rivals the best of them – has recently added


Dr. Pasqual & his surgical assistant Chelle reviewing a CT

one more label to his medical pedigree. He is now a Clinical Professor in the Department of Oral Implantology at Temple University. Add that to his other Professorial appointment at University of Florida and you have a distinguished medical professional who cares about his patients and has the knowledge and experience to help those who seek his expertise. “Our patients are considered family and are treated as such. We understand undergoing surgery can be a stressful event in life. My team and I are committed to minimizing stress and believe this is best achieved through good communication and understanding.” That is why they make sure their patients are well informed about their dental and medical condition as well as treatment options. “I will meet with you and your family to explain procedures and treatment plans. We will review the alternatives together, discuss the associated risks and benefits and answer all questions,” said Dr. Pasqual. And so far his plan and protocols are working perfectly. “Dr. Pasqual has been reassuring and gentle throughout my care. I have great faith that he and his staff will take me all the way back from my accident to a great smile once again,” said Elen, of West Palm Beach. Joel Pompano is also a big fan. “I am very pleased with the service and how the oral surgeon and staff conduct themselves. Dr. Pasqual did a great job including checking up on me after surgery. I will continue to go to him for future problems.” It takes a village to make sure that everyone is healthy and happy, and Dr. Pasqual and his team work together as precisely as a Swiss watch. “Our surgical staff is trained in assisting with Intravenous (IV) sedation, outpatient general anesthesia, and are continuously monitoring patients’ during and after surgery.” Dr. Pasqual is also certified in advanced cardiac life support, pediatric advanced life support, and is a certified basic life support instructor. But one would be remiss without mentioning Dr. Pasqual’s other passion – Animals. He makes charitable contributions to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and is a devoted father to Augustus (an English Bull Dog) and Max (a French Bull Dog). Dr. Pasqual is not only happy with his growing practice in Delray Beach, but he and his wife are thrilled to live in Palm Beach County. Dr. John R. Pasqual Pasqual Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery 4600 Linton Blvd., Suite 220 Delray Beach, Florida 33445 561-900-9080 www.pasqualoms.com

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special feature ║ BRENDA’S BIRDS

A Heavenly Place To Roost

BRENDA’S BIRDS By diane feen

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It was there that Bob Turner and daughter Brenda would let loose their passion for birds. They fed baby birds until they were ready to spread their wings and nurtured neglected birds. They also created a bird sanctuary and retail store among the chirping noises that emanated from the building Bob owned that housed this migrating species. Turner is still aiming his affection toward birds – but the location of its natural habitat has been shifted a bit Westerly. Brenda’s Birds is now located on Military Trail just North of Atlantic Avenue (next to The Girls U-Pick Strawberry Patch). This new location is a bit smaller – and newer – but has the same grand selection of colorful birds with names like English Budgie, Blue Billed Western Finches, Purple Granadier, Java Rice Sparrows and Diamond Doves. The birds await a new home and spend time as one would at a spa. They hang out on

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Brenda’s Birds has been a mainstay in the bird world for the past 25 years. But up until recently its home and habitat was tucked away near the railroad track in downtown Delray Beach.

a perch with their relatives (or friends) and bathe on a whim (if you happen to be standing nearby you might get a little splatter of water on you). Some birds sing or chirp and others can be taught to talk. But make no mistake birds have been known to have varying personalities just like human beings. “Birds have a lot of personality and character,” said Bob’s youngest daughter Brenda (who the store is named after). “People need to know that Brenda’s Birds is not a regular pet store. We take in mistreated birds and keep them until they are healthy. Some are donated and others might be rescued. One thing for sure we give birds a second chance.” They sure do. Turner has been honoring wayward birds since he was a kid. “When I was a little boy I once rescued a wild sparrow and nursed it back to health. After I set it free the following summer (in New Jersey) the bird came back and sat on my shoulder.”

Ryan with a Rose-Breasted Cockatoo baby and Sun Conure Trisha with a Violet Indian Ringneck and Dusky headed conure

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young African Gray

At his parent’s summer cabin in New Jersey Turner befriended wildlife of all stripes. He had a pet deer, a raccoon and a tender spot in his heart for birds. He made bird houses (and still does), fixed cars and mixed cement. To support his four children and wife (Rosemary) Turner ended up in the building business. But he never forgot that bird that sat on his shoulder after a long winter hiding in the woods. That acknowledgment of grace has extended to the entire Turner family. They often took in neglected (or baby birds) that needed hourly feeding in the back of their house. The situation has changed a bit, but the love and admiration for birds of all colors and personalities is still evident at the new location. There are also some new faces and familiar ones at the helm. There’s Tammy who watches over the birds and can tell you about all of their habits and harmony. There’s Trish who will help you pick out a bird, toys or bird food, Ryan and Jose (who with Tammy grooms birds on weekends). There are graceful birds with designer col-


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oring and elegance, others are chatty (the Singing Canaries) and some are docile like the Java Rice Sparrows that sit together like life-long mates would at retirement. The male Zebra Finch is tiny with a red beak and striped chest and the Society Finch comes in brilliant colors and makes excellent foster parents. Up front is a large yet colorful bird that seems a bit human in his colossal stance. Known as a Scarlet Macaw, this one-year-old bird can be taught to talk and is awaiting a new home. Birds, like humans, get bored when left with nothing to do. That’s why they carry a large selection of bird toys. There are colorful bird Piñata’s designed to let the bird chew on palm frons (handmade by native villagers), Bonka Toys with miniature plastic croc shoes and dangling coconuts as well as hanging kitchen utensils that clank when tossed about. They also have snuggle sacks for their cages that let birds rest and rejuvenate. There’s bird food of all types – Harrison Pellets and Special blended food from Higgins called Mayan Harvest (with anti-oxidants). Turner continues his tradition of building custom made aviaries and outdoor cages for birds. If you want to see his genius handiwork head over to The Girls U-Pick Strawberry Patch next door and see the two aviaries he built. If you own a bird and need a place to leave it when you’re away, Brenda’s Birds will board it for you. Their bird loving staff keeps a watchful eye on all birds and treats them with dignity and diligence. Come to Brenda’s Birds. It’s a world unlike the one you know. You might even find a new friend to take home that chirps and has a magnificent coat of many colors. BRENDA’S BIRDS 14428 S. Military Trail Delray Beach, 33484 | 561-278-5394 www.brendasbirds.com | brendasbirds@bellsouth.net

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special feature ║ DIANNE ADAMS SALON

Owner Dianne Adams welcomes clients into her stylish space

DIANNE ADAMS SALON Salon Excellence By diane feen

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There are many people whose lives have been touched by Dianne Adams. Her clients can’t say enough about how beautiful they feel in her chair and how much she has enhanced their lives.

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The reason is simply that Adams has compassion for others and an astute sense of what makes women look beautiful. Her passion for excellence in her field (coloring, cutting and styling hair) is not just hearsay, it’s been recognized by professionals in the field. “Dianne’s work ethic, personality and passion for her craft make her a superior stylist and pleasure to do business with. She also completed advanced academy classes and is a certified Master Colorist with Keratin Complex. Her coloring techniques, color placements and formulations are incomparable,” said Molly Woodruff, Senior International Education Manager for Keratin Complex.


If history is any indication of professional engagement, then Adams has hit her stride. “Every day I am excited to come to work. I always wanted to do hair. When you feel great about your hair you feel great about yourself.” Adams has a point. Hair is the frame that surrounds our faces, so why not make sure it highlights our features perfectly. One of her secrets to creating beautiful hair is by using Balmain Couture Hair Care products. Adams was chosen by Balmain (one of eleven salons in the country) to be an Elite Balmain Trainer. “We are very honored to have this extraordinary Lady on our Elite Education team. I admire her passion for her work! said Guido Rieger, Balmain Paris Hair Couture Global Education Master. If you ask Adams she’ll tell you the Balmain products have 17 amino acids (and an elixir) that adds strength, shine and conditioning to the hair. The products are inspired by designer runway secrets and mirror what a woman needs for the ultimate catwalk look. Adams knows exactly how to make her clients runway ready. Just watching her work her magic with Cynthia Zayas was proof enough. The mother of three walked out of the salon with a bounce in her step and in her hair. Her golden highlighted flowing tresses looked as if she had just left the set of a shampoo commercial, not a local Delray salon. Zayas’ bond – and commitment to Adams – is something she cherishes. “Dianne has been taking care of my hair for three years and I love it. She’s exuberant and makes you feel so comfortable –there’s no judgment here.” It’s easy to see how Adams has captured the hearts of her clients, who often become friends. She is down-to-earth and casually elegant in her approach to womanhood and to beauty. A trip to her salon (at the Salon Suites in Pineapple Grove) is tantamount to stepping on the “Steel Magnolia” sound stage. She’s the girl you always wanted advice from, and the one who you want to chat with about anything from love to labor. “When you come to Dianne you get pampered. Dianne makes my hair blonder and makes me feel awesome. She also looks at the health of my hair. My friends go to her as well – we’re Diane’s girls,” said Mollie Reynolds, who comes to Adams for coloring, cutting and her upcoming nuptials. Reynolds isn’t the only one who adores the perky blond with an expert hand on

Balmain System Volume Treatment

A sweep of balayage highlights for a bright sun kissed glow

the pulse of hair care and color. “I love how Dianne has transformed my hair. With her new product line, Balmain I love it even more. Dianne has studied at the world renowned Sassoon Academy and creates vibrant beautiful color and has mastered the craft of giving the perfect haircut. If you need an updated color, a sexy cut, Keratin smoothing treatment or are looking for all out glam with a full head of extensions, Dianne is the girl to see in Delray,” said Missy Lucas. Creating a full head of hair is something that everyone wants (and many envy). That is why Adams uses Balmain’s line of Hair Extensions to create a fuller head of luxurious hair. “My hair extensions and volumizing treatments create fuller hair faster with less damage than others. I can add hair where it is needed – on the sides or the back – if necessary. The shape of the extensions and the bond make them look natural and flowing.”

Whether you come for extensions or a new hair color or style, rest assured that Adams will make it happen. Not only that, she’ll make sure you look beautiful when you leave. The salon is nurturing and insular and makes you wish you could stay forever. There are peach and white curtains, a crystal chandelier, natural wood and a homey interior that beckons ones inner harmony. It’s also the perfect place to get pampered and know the outcome will supersede your expectations. “I can do anything to anyone’s hair at any time. We talk about what the client wants to achieve and then I come up with a plan that works for them.” And rest assured the plan is always a winner. Dianne Adams Salon 140 NE 2nd Avenue – Suite 8 Delray Beach 561-859-1737 Dianneadamssalon.com

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special feature ║ SLASH FITNESS

The Slash fitness family

SLASH FITNESS

Giving Back Is Their Way Of Saying Thank You By Diane feen

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If you’ve been to Slash Fitness you know their workout experience is one part perspiration, one part motivation and one part invigoration. And the results have been outstanding.

They’ve garnered clients, fans and supporters who follow the Slash way of life. It’s one that uplifts, beefs up and creates a healthier and more confident you. Their dedication to clients – and helping them reach inner and outer perfection – has made Slash Fitness one of the most sought after places to work-out or train for upcoming events. Their journey toward success has been a long and winding road. All three founders (Austin Brock, Andy Sziraki and Joe Ardagna) had to find inner strength to pursue their passion despite the obstacles thrown their way. “When we first started we had a studio in Delray but were forced to leave. We had nowhere to go, nowhere to train. It was the middle of summer in Florida but we didn’t give up! We built a temporary solution - we moved into Austin’s garage. Even though our situation was not what we planned, our clients came with us! It was an amazing sight to see upscale clients roll up in Bentleys and Porsches to train in a garage! We knew then that we were blessed.” 56 August 2016 | www.AtlanticAveMagazine.com

It is this perseverance against all odds that motivated owners Brock, Sziraki and Ardagna to start a new phase of Slash Fitness’s development. “The community has done so much to help us grow and now we want to give back. It’s our way of saying, ‘Thank You.’ Without the locals we would not be where we are today,” said Ardagna. And where they are today is a great place. Owners Joe Ardagna, Andy Sziraki, and Austin Brock

Slash Fitness is where people can beat their demons and grow spiritually, physically and emotionally. “We are a group training facility that takes people through endurance training, personal training and group training for men and women of all ages,” said Sziraki. This next step entails taking clients on another journey - one that benefits those in the community who need financial and


moral support. It goes like this: Each month Slash picks a local charity that helps the community and donates money to that charity. Slash donates one dollar for each person who checks into Facebook when they enter. “When someone comes to here and signs in on Facebook we donate a dollar to a local charity. We do this each month and donate up to $1000 per month for that particular cause,” said Austin. The cause for July was the Coastal Conservation Association. They work to conserve, promote and enhance coastal resources for the benefit of the general public. The charity benefiting from Slash’s Give Back Program in August is the Women’s Foundation of Palm Beach County. The organization is made up of local leaders committed to investing in women and girls to encourage leadership and affect their economic, political, and social status in a positive way. For the month of August anyone who goes to Slash and posts it on Facebook will result in a dollar donation to this charitable organization. “We like to keep the charities local because we want to give back to the community that has helped us grow so much,” said Ardagna. So far some of the recipients of their generosity have been the Tri-County Humane Society, Help Our Heroes, Delray Students First, and Runwell. Slash Fitness also sponsored Runwell employees who are running the New York City Marathon. They get to train at Slash and the owners and trainers at Slash help raise funds as well. “We help churches, schools and organizations. We also volunteer for causes and local events and let people warm-up at Slash before special events for free,” said Brock. The owners of Slash Fitness (and the trainers) helped organize a Beach Clean-Up event and also sponsored a beach style workout, paddle boarding and full body workout at the beach. They also raised $19,000 for the organization called Help Our Military Heroes. The funds were raised to buy Handicap Accessible Vans for military vets. They had a car wash, donated an entire days proceeds to the organization (during the month) and did other in-house marketing events to raise money for that cause. Slash Fitness is also having a 21-Day Challenge for new members. The contest is to see who can make the biggest personal change in themselves in one month. “We have all been in fitness since college and are expanding our brand. Our plan is to change the fitness industry and are looking into new areas,” said Ardagna. They’re also offering corporate discounts and extending discounts to military personnel, police officers, fireman and students. For the month of August they are offering new members a special membership that costs only $98 per month with unlimited group training. “We believe we could change the direction of the industry and create an impact in the lives of many people ... and that’s when the Slash Fitness dream began!” Great. Bring it on. SLASH FITNESS 290 SE 6th Ave Delray Beach, FL 33483 (561) 865-5716 www.slashfitpro.com

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through August 28, 2016

Artificial, Chris Bracey, neon lettering on wood

Experience illuminating, contemporary art in this group show, which features 16 internationally recognized artists who have used light to bring their creative vision to life. Art Walk, Friday, Aug. 5th, 6-9 pm, local artists Art Talk with Carol Prusa, Thursday, Aug. 25th, 6 pm Museum hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 10 am - 4:30 pm; Sunday, 1-4:30 p.m. Closed Mondays & major holidays.

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This project is sponsored in part by the State of Florida through the Florida Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture.

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special feature ║ the seagate spa

Make Fall a Season of Renewal at

The Seagate Spa By Linda brown

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Now that fall is on the way, take time to relax and rejuvenate at The Seagate Spa.

Florida’s intense summer heat can be especially hard on your body. Why not start the season fresh by replenishing dry summer skin and restoring the calm after a hectic summer? The Seagate Spa specializes in treatments to rehydrate damaged skin,while soothing away cares and returning your mind to a more peaceful state. This 8,000-squarefoot haven of serenity provides a complete range of massage, skin care, and body treatments. Book a complimentary 15-minute consultation with the spa’s esthetician to receive expert advice on which of the spa’s signature techniques are best suited to restoring you inside and out. From facials that address dehydration, hyperpigmentation, and clogged pores, to body scrubs for dry, stressed skin, and massage treatments to relieve tight, sore muscles, The Seagate Spa offers a full range of treatments customized with special touches. Try dry brushing and body polishes to return parched summer skin to its natural glow. Or, add aromatherapy to a massage for a super sensual treat. 58 August 2016 | www.AtlanticAveMagazine.com

The spa offers several therapies especially designed to counter the harsh effects of summer. The Soothing Aromatherapy Body Cocoon is the perfect way to replenish sun-stressed skin. A hydrating application of aloe vera, nourishing milk bath, frangipani, monoi, and coconut oil will envelop you in a warm cocoon of tranquility, followed by a calming scalp-and-face aromatherapy massage. Another popular post-summer treat, the decadent 80-minute signature Atlantic Glow Body Experience, begins with a fullbody exfoliation. Gentle rain-like showers cascade down, relaxing you and revealing a healthy radiance. Next, your body is rubbed with warmed essential oils and enveloped in a comfortable blanket. A soothing scalp massage and a finishing application of rich body lotion conclude the treatment. For those searching for tranquility after a busy summer with the kids, the ESPA Aromatherapy Massage offers a relaxing Balinese-style massage with a blend of oils specifically chosen to promote inner calm. A personal consultation ensures a unique experience to address your specific concerns, with options ranging from a detoxifier or destressor, to a jet-lag reviver, immune booster, energizer, or other custom treatment. To invigorate and revitalize, try The Seagate Spa’s Exotic Lime and Ginger Salt Glow, a full-body exfoliation ritual. After light skin brushing, warm oil is dripped over the body, followed by the application of the sublime Exotic Lime and Ginger Salt Glow. The result? Skin that’s deeply cleansed and moisturized, glowing and vibrant, and replenished and flawless. Better still, book a date for August to take

advantage of the special four-hour Beat the Heat Package, a $457 value available throughout the month for just $356. The package includes a 50-minute Hot Shell Massage, 50-minute Pro-Collagen Marine Facial, a 15-minute Eye-Lift Treatment, and the 80-minute Mojito Manicure & Pedicure with a complimentary mojito. To extend your spa treatment, pick up some of The Seagate’s luxurious scrubs, oils, and skin care products to take home. Leading British skin care brands, ESPA and ELEMIS, are both available for purchase. No matter which of The Seagate’s fall therapies you choose, expect the ultimate in comfort and the utmost in indulgence, all courtesy of Delray Beach’s only destination spa. Don’t let summer get the best of you or your mood. Reserve a private spa suite and relax in your own retreat as you quench your parched summer skin while experiencing the essence of personal pampering. For more information or to book an appointment, call 561-693-3478, or visit TheSeagateSpa.com.


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special feature ║ Margaux Riviera

Margaux Riviera

Lifestyle Clothing & Accessories to Fit Every Generation By Nicol Jenkins

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Margaux Riviera clothing boutique offers an eclectic mix of vibrant clothing, unique accessories and home décor to match the everyday Delray Beach lifestyle.

From a day at the beach, to a night out dining on the Ave, you can find the perfect outfit for every occasion and for all the ladies in your life at Margaux Riviera. The entire family can enjoy a one-of-akind shopping experience. The moment you walk through the doors, you feel at ease as you are greeted by the friendly owner, Margaret Doerrer, and her knowledgeable fashion team. The serene atmosphere of the boutique, decorated in seashells with calming blue walls, mirrors the beachy casual town of Delray. Shoppers feel right at home as they find the perfect head-to-toe outfit. At Margaux Riviera, there is something

for every generation. Mom can shop for a fun dress for everyday wear; while grandma can buy a top, designer purse or home décor. The granddaughter can find a fun swimsuit and a trendy outfit with a matching necklace for a night out with friends. They also offer a wide selection of sizes and a variety of designers from international to local; plus home décor, fragrances, jewelry, shoes, purses, skin care, books and much more! “I wanted to create an environment where the multi-generational family can come and share the shopping experience together. What makes Margaux Riviera unique is that

Rachel Reckseit, Evelyn Kanarick, owner Margaret Doerrer and Michelle Reckseit

Delray resident Michelle Reckseit

we have all price points from high end designers to moderately priced items and we appeal to a broad age range,” said owner Margaret Doerrer. With 25 years of fashion experience in New York City and internationally, the owner wanted to bring her fashion expertise to the town of Delray Beach. Margaux Riviera offers an array of fashion lines and brands from Europe, Asia, Australia and the U.S. “Delray Beach is the only place I would have entertained opening Margaux Riviera because of the great vibe and mix of ages enjoying all that the town has to offer. Similar to the town of Delray Beach, the boutique has a little something for everyone. In Delray, many people shop as a family and we have items for all ages, all sizes and all price points,” said Margaret, adding, “The best part is helping my customers. Everybody is always happy when they are shopping and it’s a great experience to be a part of, especially when a family comes in together.” Whether you are at the beach, grabbing a bite to eat, or taking a stroll around town, Margaux Riviera will keep you in style! Shoppers can book the boutique for a private shopping event, for a charity event, birthday or other special occasion. Margaux Rivieria 518 E Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33483 561-303-3362 www.margauxriviera.com Also visit their Facebook and Instagram!

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Some of Margaux Rivieras multi generational shoppers

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special feature ║ Delray Beach Preservation Trust

Historic Homes on North Swinton Avenue Help Create Unique Neighborhood By Rich Pollack

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When David and Andrea Harden first came to Delray Beach in 1990, the couple who had just left their historic home in central Florida had a difficult time finding an older house they felt could be transformed into a unique and comfortable place to live.

“We looked and couldn’t find anything we really liked,” said Andrea Harden, whose husband had just taken the job as Delray Beach’s City Manager at the time. “Nothing that we had any interest in was available.” So the Hardens, who were searching for a home with special character, possibly from the 1920s era, did the next best thing. They had a 1926 home shipped in – literally – down the Intracoastal by barge from West Palm Beach where it had sat in the way of expansion plans for the Norton Museum of Art. Today, four years after Harden retired as City Manager, the 1926 home is one of several older and historically significant ones dotting North Swinton Avenue. “I think it’s important for people to see how these houses create a neighborhood,” says Harden, who along with Andrea, still lives in the home. “Part of what makes Delray Beach unique is that it has neighborhoods like this with historic homes.”

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David and Andrea Harden with a photo of their home as it was shipped by barge from West Palm Beach to Delray

The Hardens are among a group of residents who form the Delray Beach Preservation Trust, a non-profit organization that serves as an advocate for saving the historic and architectural heritage of Delray Beach. Andrea Harden now serves as a member of the Delray Beach Historic Preservation Board, which is a city government review board. Preventing homes with historical significance like the one the Hardens have owned for more than two decades from being destroyed is critical to the future of Delray Beach, says Andrea Harden. “If you allow historic neighborhoods to change, then you destroy the flavor that makes Delray Beach unique,” Andrea Harden said. The Hardens, who have a strong affinity for rescuing and restoring historic homes, plan to apply for placement of their home on the local historic registry to ensure it remains standing

for years to come. And they are encouraging others to do the same. The two-story home, which sits back on the west side of Swinton Avenue, has several unique features, among them Solomonic or twisted style columns and more than 50 original double hung wood sash windows. “It has a lot of architectural interests and styles,” Andrea Harden says. “It’s a beautiful example of Mediterranean revival architecture with keystone arches and ornate columns.” The stucco-over-wood frame home comes with four bedrooms and three baths on the upper floor, along with two small second-floor screened-in porches. There’s also a screened-in patio on the ground floor, along with a breakfast area and a sunroom. An unattached garage is also part of the home. With a fireplace, and kitchen and dining room


The home on North Swinton Avenue belonging to David and Andrea Harden was built in 1926

cabinets made by craftsmen decades ago, the home is rich with wooden floors and ceilings. Except for some plumbing and electric work, as well as the addition of hurricane straps to keep the barrel tile roof from disappearing in a storm, the Hardens have made few major changes to the home. “I love the textured walls,” Andrea Harden says. The Hardens first discovered the house dur-

ing a visit to West Palm Beach where they saw a few other homes that were being moved to make way for airport expansion. When none met their standards because of their neglected condition, the couple then visited two houses near the Norton Museum. With several others wanting the home, David Harden wrote to leaders of the museum, explained why he and Andrea wanted it. He mentioned that they had restored a home in

Apopka that was now on the National Register of Historic Places. After they were awarded the house, the Hardens paid to have it floated down the Intracoastal Waterway on a barge and then moved to the almost quarter acre vacant lot they had purchased on Swinton Avenue. Like many other residents in the area, the Hardens believe preserving older homes benefits an entire community. “A historic district isn’t just historic houses,” Andrea Harden says. “It’s how they relate to one another and create a neighborhood. The fact that you can go down Swinton Avenue and see these homes that’s what makes Delray, Delray.” About the Delray Beach Preservation Trust The mission of the Delray Beach Preservation Trust is to identify, preserve, restore and enhance all buildings and sites deemed to be intrinsic to the history and architecture of Delray Beach. The organization strives, through education, to foster an understanding and appreciation of the cultural, social and economic benefits of historic preservation. It provides grants and assists owners in applying for grants for restoration and rehabilitation of historic structures.

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special feature ║ delray beach marketing cooperative

Escape from the Towering Inferno BY STEPHEN CHRISANTHUS

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The towering inferno is upon us and I’m not referring to the 1974 Paul Newman, Steve McQueen film. I’m talking about the blazing heat that has everyone in search of a cool sanctuary.

Silverball Museum

South Florida is known for fun in the sun but anyone who has attempted an outdoor activity lately realizes it’s a brutally agonizing experience. On the flip side, how many days can one sit inside? Yes, the cold air conditioning and endless supply of Netflix entertainment can be a nice reprieve for a while but for the sake of sanity and the health of relationships you have to get out! So where do you go to beat the heat and have some fun? Delray Beach has a wide assortment of attractions and events to keep your mind occupied and the sweat off your back. If it’s art you’re looking for, there is no need to drive down to Wynwood to check out a hip, cool gallery. The Cornell Museum housed in the 1913 Delray Elementary School building at Old School Square features contemporary and cutting edge works by regional, national and internationally acclaimed artists. Museum hours are Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - 4:30pm and Sunday, 1pm - 4:30pm. 64 August 2016 | www.AtlanticAveMagazine.com

On the first Friday night of every month is a Delray Beach free art walk with over 25 galleries participating throughout Atlantic Avenue, Pineapple Grove and Artist’s Alley. Stay cool by hopping from gallery to gallery meeting local artists and enjoying a variety of styles of art. In the mood to play some games? You have to check out the Silverball Museum. Packed with classic pinball and arcade games to play, you can hide from the heat for hours while competing with friends or trying to beat your own personal record. You could actually stay the whole day as they have great food and two nice bars. If you’re out west and looking to do some gaming stop into Franks CineBowl and Grille at Delray Marketplace. Bowling, movies, games, food and fun! The kids getting restless and videogamed out? The Sandoway Discovery Center is located in a 1936 beachfront historic home and offers a variety of exhibits and programs. The shark, stingray and alligator

Cornell Museum Exhibit

Historical Society Fish Tales Exhibit

feedings are a hit with everybody! For a little history head over to the Delray Beach Historical Society and check out their current exhibit: Fish Tales, An Exploration of Area Fishing History. The “Ride and Remember” Trolley Tour offered the through the Spady Cultural Heritage Museum is another great way to stay cool as you take a city tour back through time. So no need to catch fire or combust this summer, Delray Beach has plenty of “cool” things to do. For a complete listing of attractions go to visitdelraybeach.org, and to see how the locals spend their days and for summer hotel specials go to delraybeachsummer.com.


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special feature ║ old school square

Hot Events... Cool Venues! SchoolSquare.org or by calling the Box Office at 561-243-7922, ext. 1.

Cornell Art Museum Hosts an Art Walk, August 5th

The Fieldhouse presents Silent Disco and Music Events

Delray’s hot, new entertainment venue is our 1925 Fieldhouse! This unique space offers a cool, comfortable place for community events AND an underground-style club setting for later night experiences. Thursday, August 4th at 9 p.m. Silent Disco On the first Thursday of each month, experience an exciting, high energy performance in a silent atmosphere. You receive a pair of high quality, wireless headphones when you check in; then just tune into the DJ of your choice. It’s a battle of the DJs, where they each try to get as many people dancing to their tunes as possible! Tickets $15; available at OldSchoolSquare.org or by calling the Box Office at 561-243-7922, ext. 1. Thursday, August 18th at 9 p.m. Royal Majestique

Creative Arts School presents Canvas & Cocktails, August 25th

First Friday Art Walk (July 1st, 6-9 pm) is the perfect time to meet some highly talented artists in our Art Walk gallery! This month, the Cornell Art Museum presents “Art N Soul,” featuring works by up and coming artists working with Al Huggins (www. myartnsoul.com) through The Art Hub. This pop up exhibit will be on view from August 5th to the 31st.

Crest Theatre presents another Sci-Fi Classic, August 5th

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for the stage and is an accurate recreation of the radio play from the golden age of radio. Professional actors perform multiple roles and utilize authentic sound effect devices. It’s interactive and fun, with the audience providing many of the sound effects themselves! A post-show Talk Back session lets the audience ask questions about the play, its history and the production.“Sci-Fi Summer” is presented by WLRN Radio Theater in partnership with the Crest Theatre and Arts Radio Network Theatre Project. Tickets $15/$25; available at OldSchoolSquare.org or by calling the Box Office at 561-243-7922, ext. 1.

Friday, August 5th at 7:30 p.m. – Plan 9 from Outer Space WLRN Radio Theater’s Sci-Fi Summer brings another science fiction classic to life on the Crest Theatre stage. Can your heart stand the shocking facts about grave robbers from outer space?! Come dressed as your favorite character?! This cult classic by the late, great Edward D. Wood Jr. has been adapted

Thursday, August 25th 7-9 p.m. Canvas & Cocktails is a fun, new art experience offered on the last Thursday of each month. Create an art piece in a relaxed atmosphere -- all while enjoying a nice glass of wine, a craft beer or a signature cocktail. No experience necessary! Each month offers something different with one of our Canvas & Cocktails instructors. It’s a perfect girls’ night out, group night or date night. Preregistration is required; $35 per person, includes all materials and drink ticket. Register at OldSchoolSquare.org or call 561-2437922, ext. 478. Old School Square is the center of arts & entertainment in downtown Delray Beach. Serving for more than 25 years as the community’s gathering place, the historic campus includes the intimate Crest Theatre (in the restored 1925 Delray High School building) the Cornell Art Museum (in the 1913 Delray Elementary building), and the Fieldhouse (formerly known as the Vintage Gymnasium, c. 1925). The Pavilion, which opened in 2002, hosts outdoor concerts and festivals. The Creative Arts School (located on the second floor of the Crest Theatre) offers art, photography and writing classes. Old School Square also serves as a venue for community, corporate, private and media events. For information on performances, exhibits, classes or facility rentals, call 561-243-7922 or visit OldSchoolSquare.org.


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regulars ║ city people

City People

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The Man With A Plan

MARK STIVERS By Diane Feen

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If you were shipwrecked on a deserted island Mark Stivers is the person you would want by your side. The Principle Planner of Delray Beach has a wealth of experience planning, implementing, creating, coordinating, budgeting and making sure all goes as planned.

To say that he has a wealth of knowledge about city planning, land use, economic development and goal setting would be underestimating his talent. But reading his resume and bio are as daunting a task as re-constructing Rome after its fall from grace. Stivers, who has been on the job for a year, grew up outside Washington DC in Maryland. His mother Ruth was a nurse in the Air Force and his father Albert was a Navy Communications Specialist and Technical Writer for security protocols. You could say that Stivers is a chip off both blocks. He has the discipline of a military officer and the creativity and communications skills of a media expert. He graduated Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania with a degree in Geo-Environmental Studies and had a small town idea of what his life would look like. “I was going to become a park ranger because I loved the outdoors and did not like dealing with people. I was a shy kid,” said the man who has been declared the person most likely to settle a dispute between nations. But change is something that defines Stivers, and is something he is not afraid to approach with vigor (and rigor). He started his career as a Transportation-Environmental Planner in Lancaster and Harrisburg, PA and went on to become Senior Community Planner for the Lancaster County Planning Commission. The next step in his governmental passage was as Director of Planning and Development for East Hempfield Township Landisville, PA. Before coming to Delray Beach Stivers was the City Manager of Manheim PA. In this position he was responsible for all phases of the city, including weather related emergencies, FEMA meetings, budgets, labor contracts, setting long term goals and making sure the city was living up to its potential. If there’s a buzzword in Stivers vocabulary that describes his loftiest aspirations it’s potential. “I care about people and like to enable them to do what they do best.

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All of us were born with skill sets and talent and if you’re not doing what you were meant to do, you’ll end up frustrated. I like helping people become who they were created to be.” Stivers is so committed to this altruistic goal that he took time out of his city planning career to work for an international faith-based organization in the Netherlands for nine years. He taught and counseled young adults, organized programs, prepared budgets and worked with the homeless, drug addicted and needy in 12 countries. But it’s not just overseas that Stivers has made an impact. Manheim Borough Police Chief Joseph Stauffer has seen Stivers work his magic up close. “We are building a 10,000-square-foot police station that Mark had a large part in coordinating and planning. He helped me bring a critical public safety campus to fruition that is a legacy project for Manheim Borough. Every once in a while, someone comes through the office that truly makes a difference in our community. Mark motivated his employees and was a leader willing to work in the trenches when needed. He was there for storms that downed trees, and snow storms that tested our ability to operate. I truly respect and trust Mark, and for a skeptical Police Chief, that’s earned by actions not words.” His actions in Delray Beach have been impactful as well. “Mark is the ultimate ‘go to’ guy. He is sought after for advice and mentorship. He can assess a situation and get everyone to common ground. I’m a fan of Mark’s, whether it’s his technical skills or a shoulder to lean on. He does it all,” said Francine Ramaglia, Assistant City Manager of Delray. The ability to befriend everyone in a room – and to make sense of a situation from all angles – is what people admire about Stivers. “Mark is exceedingly talented. When we’re in a pressured situation he can diffuse the room and get the mission done. He is very well rounded and knows how government operates,” said Steve Hynes,


Director of Emergency Management in Delray. Stivers attributes some of this ability to his wanderlust. He has traveled to 19 countries and appreciates each one for their unique diversity. “It all comes down to people and relationships. My job is to build a bridge between different departments and help elected officials make the right decisions. It’s important that everyone know the impact and consequences of actions on both sides.” One situation that Stivers is enthusiastic about is the revitalization of the Congress Avenue Corridor. His vision is to make it at-

tractive and desirable for businesses and residents. “It would be great to have an artist community, new restaurants and housing in that area. We can make it like Europe with different neighborhoods. Individuals need to work together and honor the history and culture of each neighborhood,” said the recipient of the Irving Hand Excellence In Planning award given by the PA Chapter of the American Planning Association. Stivers’ people skills also spill over to his personal life. He is married to his soulmate and consummate traveling companion Chris, a land-

scape architect for Palm Beach County. Their blended family is made up of his two grown daughters Selah and Terah and Chris’s son Ian. They both love to travel and enjoy camping, biking, hiking and cooking. They also have a passion for animals – especially their 85-pound rescue lab and five rescue cats. One surprising thing about this planning czar is that when he is out of the office and on the road (or in the kitchen) he doesn’t like to plan. “Chris and I are free spirits, we enjoy going on trips with few rules and minimal plans.” Go figure! www.AtlanticAveMagazine.com | August 2016

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French Café And Bakery Par Excellence Comes To Delray By Diane Feen photos by melissa korman

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That’s why award-winning restaurateur Thierry Beaud had a light-bulb moment when he tasted the scrumptious French pastries made by Patrick Léze. Léze had left his French roots (and celebrated status in France) to open a small bakery in West Palm Beach. As luck would have it Léze’s bakery (Champs Elysees) was right next to Beaud’s restaurant PB Catch Seafood & Raw Bar. While delighting in his morning ritual of having a fresh croissant and Napoleon, Beaud had a thought. “I realized that Patrick’s products were amazing yet underpromoted. I was eating there every morning and was shocked at the high quality of everything.” As someone with a restaurant Geiger counter made of gold (he is the owner of PB Catch and Pistache) Beaud decided to part-


ner with Léze to create Paneterie. The success of their West Palm Beach location convinced them that opening a second location in Delray Beach was the right thing to do. We couldn’t agree more. The new Paneterie is a bastion of delight tucked into a small shopping plaza on Jog Rd (across from Morikami). Though its parameters are small in stature, its namesake is quite large. Léze was a pastry chef in France for 40 years. He was a member of the Tour de France baking team and a celebrated pastry chef at Laduree and Gaston Lenotre. He also had his own bakery in France. But while touring the Florida coast on a motorcycle Leze and his wife decided to leave France and move to Palm Beach County. Though Léze left his native country he brought with him his best recipes. That might explain the extraordinary Napoleons, Croissants, Grilled Paninis, Sandwiches, Salads, Quiches and Pastries sold at Peneterie. To some people the act of eating is a divine experience, while for others this spark of greatness needs a reason to be lit. We knew this to be true the moment we tasted the Spinach and Cheese Quiche at Paneterie. This light and fluffy quiche was divinely ordained by Léze’s recipe and handiwork. Their oven-fresh Croissants can be devoured individually – or be part of a breakfast sandwich. The most popular of the Croissant sandwiches are the Croque Monsieur (made with Tavern Ham and Swiss cheese and Bechamel) and the Omelette with Cheddar Cheese on a Croissant. If you find yourself crying out in joy while eating their Croissant sandwiches don’t be alarmed – it’s a side effect of this high-level endorphin rush. If you thought running or working-out created a sense of well being in your cerebral cortex, try one

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of their freshly baked Napoleons. I did. And I found myself moaning in a small voice “Oh gosh, this is amazing.” Though I try to keep my ecstatic moments in tandem with life’s greater achievements, this was an experience of involuntary joy. If you want to try another of their famous culinary treasures indulge in a grilled Panini made with fresh bread (it cooks while being steamed). The Caprese was simply superb with Tomato, Fresh Mozzarella, Basil, Olive Oil and a Balsamic Drizzle. They also have a Mediterranean Chicken Panini (with Roasted Chicken, Piquillo Peppers, Artichokes, Goat Cheese and Roasted Tomato) as well as a Shaved Roast Beef Panini and a Three Cheese Panini. If you want a healthy lunch - or snack try one of their sandwiches. Unlike the sandwich of your childhood, these are more gourmet and less pedestrian. Our favorite was the PB Club on a whole wheat baguette. Made with hand-carved Turkey Breast, Brie cheese, Avocado, Mayo, Roasted Tomato and Crisp Bacon it was wonderful. Other sandwiches are the Vegetarian, Smoked Salmon, French Brie (with Fig Preserve, Walnuts, Golden Raisins on a baguette) Rustic French (with classic Pate) and Tuna or Roasted Chicken Salad. The sandwiches come on multi-grain Ciabatta, Baguette or Whole Wheat Pita bread. There’s also fresh Tomato Soup and a selection of fresh Salads. Try their Nicoise Salad, Atlantic (with Smoked Salmon), Roasted Vegetable and Quinoa Salad, or Kale and Roasted Chicken Salad. If you want to try some of Léze’s most famous (and fresh) pastries saunter over to the glass enclosed case up front. There you

will encounter rare treats – such as the KeyLime Raspberry Tart (with Key-lime custard and pistachio cream filling topped with raspberries), Napoleons that will make you cry out in delight, chocolate truffles, homemade Macaroons (that are gluten-free) and other dreamy treats. They also cater special events and make divine cakes and pastries for any occasion. For the holidays there are special pastries and for Birthdays the cakes are over the top amazing. Not only do they have gluten-free Paninis but also a full selection of coffees and tea. Come to where passion for culinary greatness is the norm and where you can sweeten your life and your palate. We really enjoyed the Paneterie experience, and guarantee you will too! Paneterie Bakery Café 16950 N Jog Rd. Delray Beach, FL 33446 561-833-5575 paneterie.com

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Peach, Mozzarella and Basil Salad

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INGREDIENTS 3 ripe peaches (peeled, if desired) 1 cup fresh basil leaves, torn 8 ounces fresh mozzarella, cut into 1-inch chunks 2 teaspoons extra-virgin olive oil 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt 1/8 teaspoon black pepper DIRECTIONS Cut each peach into 6 to 8 wedges, then cut each wedge in half crosswise. In a large bowl, combine the peaches, basil, and mozzarella. Drizzle with the oil, sprinkle with the salt and pepper, and toss. (You can cover and refrigerate the salad for up to several hours.) Serve cold or at room temperature. Serves 4.

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1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes kosher salt and black pepper 4 firm but ripe yellow peaches, cut into eighths 2 large sprigs fresh rosemary, broken into pieces 20 large shrimp, peeled and deveined, tails on 4 medium Belgian endives (preferably 2 red and 2 green) 3 tablespoons crème fraîche or equal parts sour cream and heavy cream 1 teaspoon coarse-grain mustard 1 tablespoon white wine vinegar 2 tablespoons milk 1 tablespoon corn oil

DIRECTIONS Heat oven to 500° F. Line a baking sheet with 2 layers of foil. In a small bowl, combine the olive oil, 1 tablespoon of the honey, red pepper flakes, and salt and pepper to taste. Brush the peaches with the honey mixture and place them on the foil, cut-side down. Scatter the rosemary over them. Roast for 15 minutes, turning once. Transfer the peaches and top layer of foil to a counter to cool. Slip off the peach skins, if desired. Brush the shrimp with the remaining honey mixture, place on the bottom layer of foil, and roast for 8 minutes.

Meanwhile, slice each endive crosswise into ¾-inch-thick strips. Place the peaches and endives in a large bowl. In a medium bowl, combine the crème fraîche, mustard, vinegar, milk, the remaining 1 teaspoon of honey, and salt and pepper to taste. Whisk in the corn oil. Drizzle ¾ of the dressing over the peaches and endives; toss. Divide the salad among 4 plates, top with the shrimp, and drizzle with the remaining dressing.

Roasted Pork Chops and Peaches

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INGREDIENTS 1 10-ounce package couscous 1 tablespoon olive oil 4 bone-in pork chops (3/4 inch thick; about 2 pounds total) kosher salt and black pepper 2 peaches, cut into wedges 1 small red onion, cut into thin wedges 3 tablespoons white wine vinegar 1/2 cup fresh basil leaves


DIRECTIONS Heat oven to 400° F. Cook the couscous according to the package directions. Meanwhile, heat the oil in a large ovenproof skillet over medium-high heat. Season the pork with ½ teaspoon salt and ¼ teaspoon pepper and cook until browned, 3 to 5 minutes per side. Transfer to a plate. Add the peaches, onion, vinegar, and ¼ teaspoon each salt and pepper to the skillet and cook, tossing, for 1 minute. Return the pork (and any accumulated juices) to the skillet. Transfer to oven and roast until the pork is cooked through and the peaches are tender, 8 to 10 minutes. Sprinkle the pork and peaches with the basil and serve with the couscous. Serves 4.

Roast Chicken with Balsamic Peaches

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INGREDIENTS 1 3 1/2- to 4-pound chicken 3 tablespoons olive oil 2 teaspoons kosher salt 1/2 teaspoon black pepper 4 peaches, quartered (peeled, if desired) 4 small shallots, halved 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar 6 sprigs fresh thyme DIRECTIONS Heat oven to 400° F. Pat the chicken dry with paper towels. Rub the chicken with 1 tablespoon of the oil and season with 1 1/2 teaspoons of the salt and 1/4 teaspoon of the pepper. Place in a roasting pan or baking dish. In a small bowl, combine the peaches, shallots, vinegar, thyme, and the remaining oil, salt, and pepper. Scatter the peach mixture around the chicken. Roast until the chicken is cooked through and a thigh registers 180° F on a meat thermometer, about 1 hour, 10 minutes. Let rest for 10 minutes before carving. Serve with the peaches and pan sauce. Serves 4.

Peach Cobbler

Photo by James Baigrie

INGREDIENTS 8 peaches (about 2 1/2 pounds), cut into 1/2-inch-thick wedges 1/2 cup sugar 1 1/4 cups plus 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour, spooned and leveled 6 tablespoons cold unsalted butter, cut into pieces 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt 2/3 cup heavy cream vanilla ice cream, for serving

INGREDIENTS 6 ripe yellow peaches 6 tablespoons unsalted butter 3/4 cup sugar 1cup heavy cream 1 teaspoon vanilla extract DIRECTIONS Cut each peach in half, then cut each half into 4 slices. Melt the butter in a large skillet over medium heat. Reduce heat to medium-low, sprinkle the sugar over the butter, and stir until dissolved, about 1 minute. Add the peaches, increase heat to medium-high, and cook, stirring frequently, until the peaches are softened and coated with a thin sauce, about 3 minutes. Remove from heat and let stand a few minutes. Meanwhile, in a bowl, beat the cream and vanilla until soft peaks form. Spoon the peaches and sauce into bowls and serve with a dollop of whipped cream. Serves 4.

Fresh Peach Bellinis

DIRECTIONS Heat oven to 350° F. In a bowl, toss the peaches with ¼ cup of the sugar and 2 tablespoons of the flour; transfer to an 8-inch square baking dish. In a food processor, combine the remaining 1¼ cups flour and ¼ cup sugar with the butter, baking powder, and salt. Pulse until coarse crumbs form. Add the cream and pulse just until moistened (the dough will be slightly shaggy). Drop spoonfuls of the batter onto the peaches. Place the baking dish on a rimmed baking sheet and bake until golden brown and bubbly, 50 to 60 minutes. Serve with vanilla ice cream, if desired. Serves 6.

Warm Peaches With Whipped Cream Ingredients 2 ripe peaches, seeded and diced 1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lemon juice 1 teaspoon sugar 1 bottle chilled prosecco sparkling wine

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Directions Place the peaches, lemon juice, and sugar in the bowl of a food processor fitted with a steel blade and process until smooth. Press the mixture through a sieve and discard the peach solids in the sieve. Place 2 tablespoons of the peach puree into each Champagne glass and fill with cold prosecco. Serve immediately. www.AtlanticAveMagazine.com | August 2016

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delray BEACH American Atlantic Grille 1000 E Atlantic Ave, DB (In the Seagate Hotel) 561-665-4900 Boston’s on the Beach 40 S Ocean Blvd, DB 561-278-3364 Breathe 401 W Atlantic Ave, DB 561-330-4526 Brule Bistro 200 NE 2nd Ave #109, DB 561-274-2046 Bru’s Room 35 NE 2nd Ave, DB 561-276-3663 BurgerFi 6 S Ocean Blvd, DB 561-278-9590 Burt & Max’s Bar & grill Delray Marketplace Atlantic & Lyons 561-638-6380

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Fifth Avenue Grill 821 S Federal Hwy, DB 561-265-0122

Prime 29 SE 2nd Ave DB 561-865-5845

Grand Tavern 710 Linton Blvd, DB 561-279-2779

Salt7 32 SE 2nd St, DB 561-274-7258

Grangers Bar & Grill 215 NE 6th Ave, DB 561-276-7881

Seacrest Grille (Marriott Hotel) 10 N Ocean Blvd, DB 561-274-3200

Green Owl Restaurant 330 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-272-7766 Henry’s 16850 Jog Road Between Linton Blvd & Clintmore Rd DB, 561 638 1949

Shula Burger Delray Marketplace Atlantic & Lyons DB, 561-404-1347 Smoke Inn BBQ 8 SE Atlantic Ave., DB 561-330-4236

HiWay Burger 12 SE 5th Ave, DB 561-243-6430

The Grove Restaurant 187 NE 2 Ave., DB 561-789-8636

Jimmy’s Bistro 9 S Swinton Avenue, DB 561-865-5774

The Office 201 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-276-3600

Johnnie Brown’s 301 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-243-9911

The Original Brooklyn Water Bagel 14451 S Military Trail, DB 561-455-7490

Cut 432 432 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-272-9898

Lilo’s 814 E Atlantic Ave, DB. 561-272-8049

Dada 52 N Swinton Ave, DB 561-330-3232

Longhorn Steakhouse 1562 S Federal Hwy, DB 561-278-1944

De La Tierra - Sundy House 106 S Swinton Ave, DB 561-272-5678

Max’s Harvest 169 NW 2nd Ave, DB 561-381-9970

Deck 84 840 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-665-8484

Max’s Social House 116 NE 6 Ave, DB 561-501-4332

Asian/Sushi/Chinese Buddha Sky Bar 217 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-450-7557

Doc’s All American 10 N Swinton Ave, DB 561-278-3627

Off the Ave 19 SE 5th Ave, DB 561-450-6768

China Gardens 14402 S. Military Trail, DB, 561-498-5226

Donnie’s Place 60 NW 5th Ave, DB 561-243-9996

Outback 1300 Linton Blvd, DB 561-272-7201

House of Siam 25 NE 2nd Ave #116, DB 561-330-9191

Ellie’s 50’s Diner 2410 N Federal Hwy DB, 561-276-1570

Park Tavern 32 SE 2nd St, DB 561-265-5093

Lemongrass Bistro 420 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-278-5050

The Porch Restaurant 85 SE 6th Ave, DB 561-303-3647 Tryst 4 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-921-0201


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Ming’s Garden Chinese 271 NE 2nd Ave, DB 561-276-3333

Café Bleu 44 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-455-4041

Yama Japanese Restaurant 200 NE 2nd Ave, DB 561-266-9929

Coffee District 325 NE 2nd Ave, DB 561-455-0541

Ziree Thai & Sushi 401 W Atlantic Ave, DB 561-276-6549

Couture Cakes 142 SE 6th Ave, DB 561-279-1828

Continental/Greek Apeiro Kitchen & Bar 14917 Lyons Rd. Delray Marketplace 561-501-4443 Bistro 241 241 NE 2nd Ave, DB 561-330-4080 Blue Anchor 804 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-272-7272 Boheme Bistro 1118 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-278-4899

Caffe Martier 411 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-278-7790 Carpe Diem 110 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-455-2140 Joseph’s Wine Bar 200 NE 2nd Ave, DB 561-272-6100 La Cigale, A Taste of the Mediterranean 253 SE 5th Ave, DB 561-265-0600 Olio Bistro 42 SE 2nd Ave, DB 561-278-6633

Jellies at Seagate 1000 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-330-3775 Kilwin’s Chocolates & Ice Cream 402 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-278-0808 Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt & Gelato 418 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-894-8230 Puro’s Cigar 777 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-278-6118 Starbucks 205 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-243-9332 Starbucks 502 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-265-3273 The Grind Cafe Delray Marketplace Atlantic & Lyons 561-270-3036

Health Food Ciao Sidewalk Café 1208 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-278-4520 Fit Food Express 302 NE 4th St, DB 561-330-4525

Taverna Opa Restaurant Greek Cuisine 270 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-303-3602

Green Fields Organic Bistro 4900 Linton Blvd. DB, 561 501-4169

The Greek Bistro 1832 S Federal Hwy DB, 561-266-8976

Nature’s Way Café 20 W Atlantic Ave, DB 561-272-6200

Thirty Two East 32 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-276-7868

Nutrition Cottage 1815 S Federal Highway, DB, 561-734-4626

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Italian Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza 115 NE 6th Ave, DB 561-278-7911 Bambini’s Garden Pizzeria 14466 Military Trail, DB 561-638-6442 Bella Amici Pizzeria Delray Marketplace Atlantic & Lyons 561-270-3025 Cafe Gelato Panini & Wine Bar 506 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-501-4574 Caffe Luna Rosa 34 S Ocean Blvd, DB 561-274-9404 Carrabba’s Italian Grill 335 E Linton Blvd, DB 561-266-9393 Cena Modern Italian 9 SE 7th Avenue, DB, 561-330-1237 D’Angelo Pizza Tapas 16950 Jog Road, DB. 561-381-0037 Il Bacio Restaurant & Lounge 29 SE 2nd Ave, DB, 561-865-7785

Saltimbocca Italian Bistro 14820 S. Military Trail, DB 561-455-4017 Sazio 131 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-272-5540 Scuola Vecchia 522 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-865-5923 Solita Delray 25 NE 2nd Ave, DB 561-899-0888 Terra Fiamma Ristorante. Pizza. Bar 9169 W. Atlantic Ave. Delray Marketplace 561-495-5570

Salotta 145 NE 4th Ave, DB 561-266-0310

Hurricane Bar & Lounge 640 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-278-0282

N2 Winebar 104 NE 2nd Ave The Hyatt Place 561-278-6802

Windy City Pizza 401 W. Atlantic Ave, DB 561-266-2811

Latin/Caribbean Bamboo Fire Café 149 NW 4th Ave, DB 561-749-0973

Papa’s Tapas 259 NE 2nd Ave Delray Beach, FL 33444 Phone: ( 561) 266-0599

Rocky’s Italian Bistro 20 SE 5th Ave, DB 561-276-9703

Honey 16 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-270-7187

Vic & Angelo’s 290 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-278-9570

Il Girasole 1911 S Federal Hwy, DB, 561-272-3566

Pizza Rustica 1155 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-279-8766

Bull Bar Inc 2 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-274-8001

Kevro Studio & Art Bar 166 SE 2nd Ave, DB 561-278-9675

Cabana El Ray 105 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-274-9090

Mellow Mushroom 25 SE 6th Ave, DB 561-330-3040

Blue Anchor British Pub & Restaurant 804 E. Atlantic Ave, DB. 561-272-7272.

Tramonti Italian Ristorante 119 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-272-1944

IL Contadino Ristorante 165 NE 2nd Ave, Pineapple Grove, DB 561-330-0004

Luigi’s Coal Oven Pizza 307 E. Atlantic Ave, DB, 561-274-1969

Pubs/Clubs 3rd & 3rd 301 NE 3rd Ave, DB, 561-303-1939

Mexican Cabo Flats Cantina & Tequila Bar Delray Marketplace Atlantic Ave & Lyons Rd. DB 561-499-0378

O’Connors Irish Pub 210 NE 2nd Ave, DB 561-330-0022 Pepe’s Hideaway 1045 E Atlantic Ave, Db 561-276-3570 Sandbar 40 S Ocean Blvd, DB 561-278-3364 Tim Finnegans Irish Pub 2885 S. Federal Hwy, DB 561- 330-3153

Seafood 50 Ocean 50 S Ocean Blvd, Delray Beach, FL 33483 (561) 278-3364 City Oyster 213 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-272-0220

Racks Fish House 5 SE 2nd Ave, DB, 561-450-6718 The Fisherman’s Grill 5199 W. Atlantic Ave, DB 561-638-0500

Sandwich/Deli Bagel’s With Deli 1732 S Federal Hwy, DB 561-279-4799 Big Al’s Steaks 450 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-819-1888 Brighton Beach Bagel & Bakery 14587 S. Military trail DB, 561-270-3771 Checkers 450 W Atlantic Ave, DB 561-278-9939 Christina’s Restaurant 263 NE 2nd Ave, DB 561-278-3200 Conte’s Italian Deli & Gourmet Market 311 NE 2nd Ave, DB, 561.501.7399 Cornell Café Morikami Museum 4000 Morikami Park Rd, DB 561-495-0233 Domino’s Pizza 142 SE 6th Ave, DB 561-330-0002 Dunkin Donut’s 37 W Atlantic Ave, DB 561-243-1196 Famous Market Deli 6570 W Atlantic Ave, DB 561-495-8590 Jersey Mikes Subs 455C NE 5th Ave, DB 561-276-8949

El Camino 15 NE 2nd Ave, DB. 561-865-5350

Dee Dee’s Conch & Rib 540 W Atlantic Ave, DB 561-276-1124

Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches 1911 S. Federal Hwy DB, 561-243-1100

Rocco’s Tacos & Tequila Bar 110 E. Atlantic Ave, DB 561-808-1100

J & J Seafood Bar & Grill 634 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-272-3390

Nemo’s Fish & Chicken 943 W Atlantic Ave, DB 561-865-5094

Senor Burrito 142 SE 6th Ave #E, DB 561-278-5757

Mussel Beach 501 E Atlantic Ave DB 561-921-6464

Off the Ave 19 SE 5th Ave, DB 561-450-6768


Sandwiches by the Sea 1214 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-272-2212

Cheesecake Factory 5530 Glades Road. Boca 561-393-0344

Oceans 18 5801 NW 2nd Av Boca 561-994-0400

Subway 301 W Atlantic Ave, DB 561-278-5959

Cottonwood Café 90 Royal Palm Place, Boca 561-353-2233

Pavilion Grille 301 Yamato Road, Boca 561-912-0000

Tea-Licious Tearoom 4997 B, W Atalantic Ave, DB. 561-638-5155

Chops Lobster Bar 101 Plaza Real. Boca 561-395-2675

Pinon Grille, 6000 Glades Road. Boca 561-391-7770

The Café In Paradise 140 NE 2nd Ave, DB 561-330-3434

Duffy’s Sports Grill 21212 St Andrews Blvd. Boca 561-869-0552

Polo’s Restaurant 5030 Champion Blvd., Boca; 561-997-2920

The Green Owl Restaurant 330 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-272-7766

Grand Lux Café Town Ctr Mall, 6000 Glades Road, Boca 561-392-2141

Rack’s Downtown Eatery 402 Plaza Real. Boca 561-395-1662

Tony’s Deli Breakfast, Lunch, Hero’s 301 W. Atlantic Ave DB, 561-276-1749

Houston’s 1900 N.W. Executive Ctr Circle. Boca 561-998- 0550.

Boca raton American 13 American Table 451 Palmetto Park Road, Boca 561-409-2061 Abe&Louis Glades Plaza 2300 W. Glades Road, Boca 561-447-0024 The Addison 2 E. Camino Real, Boca 561-372-0568

J. Alexander’s 1400 Glades Road. Boca 561-347-9875 Kathy’s Gazebo Café 4199 N. Fed. Highway. Boca 561-395-6033 Kee Grill 17940 N.Military Trail. Boca 561-995-5044 Madison’s New York Grill 2006 NW Executive Center Circle. Boca 561-994-0808

Boca Wings & Ribs 2257 North Fed. Highway Boca 561 391-9110

Mariposa Neiman Marcus at Town Ctr-5860 Glades Rd. Boca 561-544-2320

Boca Muse 7136 Beracasa Way, Boca 561-367-1133

Max’s Grille Mizner Park-404 Plaza Real Boca 561-368-0080

Boca Pita Express 7158 Beracasa Way Boca 561-750-0088

Miller’s Ale House 1200 Yamato Road. Boca 561-998-9142

Bogart’s Bar & Grille 3200 Airport Road Boca 561-544-3044

Mississippi Sweets BBQ 2399 N Federal Hwy. Boca 561-394-6779

Boston Market 7020 Beracasa Way, Boca 561-392-2795

Morton’s The Steakhouse Shops at Boca-5050 Town Ctr Circle Boca 561-392-7724

Bogart’s Bar &Grille Muvico Palace 20 3200 Airport Road Boca 561-544-3044 Brewzzi Glades Plaza 2222 Glades Rd. Boca 561-392-BREW (2739)

New York Prime 2350 N.W. Executive Ctr Drive. Boca 561-998-3881

Rebel House 297 E Palmetto Park Road. Boca 561-353-5888 Ruby Tuesday 409 Plaza Real. Boca 561-392-5705 Ruth’s Chris Steak House 225 N.E.Mizner Blvd., Boca, 561-392-6746 Seasons 52 2300 N.W.Executive Ctr, Boca-561-998-9952

Fah Asian Bistro Boca Valley Shopping Plaza -7461 N.Fed Hwy. Boca561-241-0400 5 Spice Asian Market Shoppes at Blue Lake 1200 Yamato Rd. 561-989-1688

Stir Crazy Café Town Ctr-6000 Glades Rd., Boca 561-338-7500 Sushi Masa & Thai 2240 NW 19th Street. Boca 561-347-0008

Japango 3011 Yamato Road. Boca 561-999-1263

Sushi Ray Shops at Boca Ctr-5250, Town Ctr Circle.Boca 561-394-9506

Kapow Noodle Bar 431 Plaza Real. Boca 561-347-7311

Sushi Thai 100 NE 2cnd St., Boca 561750-4448

La Tre 249 E.Palmetto Park Rd. Boca-561-392-4568

Sushi Yama 7055-33 W Palmetto Park Road. Boca 561- 362-6416

Lemongrass Asian Bistro 101 Plaza Real South. Boca 561-544-8181

Tempura House The Reserve-9858 Clint Moore Road. Building 561-883-6088

P.F Chang’s 1400 Glades Rd. Boca 561-393-3722 Pei Wei Asian Diner 7152-B Beracasa Way, 561-322-1001

Uncle Tai’s Shops at Boca Ctr-5250 Town Ctr Circle. -Boca 561-368-8806 Yokohama Sushi 60 N Fed. Hwy, Boca. 561-392-9328

Yokohama Sushi 9168 Glades Rd. Boca 561-451-1707 Continental Bakery of France 625 NE Spanish River Blvd., Boca 561-361-4490 Bistro Provence 2399 N.Fed. Highway.Boca561-368-2340 Brio Tuscan Grille 5050 Town Center Circle. Boca 561-392-0344 Casa D’Angelo 171 E Palmetto Park Rd. Boca. 561-996-1234

Cote France Café 100K Plaza Real South, Boca. 561-955-6021 Casimir French Bistro 416 Via De Palmas #81, Royal Palm Place, Boca, 561-955-6001 Josef’s Table 5030 Champion Blvd. Boca 561-353-2700

Six Tables 112 N.E. 2cnd St., Boca 561-347-6260 Sweet Tomatoes 7110 Beracasa Way, 561-750-3303 The Capital Grille 6000 Glades Road, Boca 561-368-1077 The Grille on Congress 5101 Congress Av. Boca 561-912-9800 Yogurt Rendezvous* *(ORB Kosher) 7150 Beracasa Way, 561-392-8384 Asian/Sushi/Chinese Bluefin Sushi Thai Grill 861 Yamato Rd. Boca 561-981-8986 Boon’s Asian Bistro 19605 SR7. Boca 561-883-0202 Cay Da Vietnamese 7400 N. Fed. Highway., Boca, 561-998-0278

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Kosta’s 5024 N. Fed Hwy. Lighhousepoint Georgetown Plaza, 954-571-3842

Villa Rosana 9858 Clint Moore Road. Boca 561-470-0112

Le Rivage 450 N.E.20th St. Boca-561-620-0033

Italian Arturo’s Ristorante 6750 N.Fed Hwy. Boca-561-997- 7373

Macaroni Grill 2004 Executive Ctr Drive. Boca 561-997-5492 Mario’s Osteria 1400 Glades Road. Boca 561-239-7000 Milos Taverna 1600 N Fed. Hwy, Boca. 561-750-6720 Matteo’s 233 S Federal Hwy. Boca 561-392-0773 Meatball Room 3011 Yamato Road. Boca 561-409-4111 Taverna Kyma 6298 N. Fed. Hywy. Boca 33487 561-994-2828

Carraba’s Italian Grill 6909 S.W.18th Street, Boca561-544-8838 Josephine’s 5751 N.Fed. Highway. Boca. 561-988-0668 La Luna Italian Bistro The Polo Shoppes-5030 Champion Blvd. Boca 561-997-1165 La Villeta 4351 N. Fed. Highway Boca561-362-8403 Maggiano’s 21090 St. Andrew’s Blvd. Boca, 561-361-8244 Nino’s Italian Restaurant 7120 Beracasa Way, 561-392-9075

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Peace a Pizza Shoppes at Blue Lake-1200, Yamato Rd. Boca 561-998-Best (2378)

Cuban Café 3350 N.W.Boca Blvd. Boca 561-750-8860

Pellegrino’s Ristorante 3360 N Federal Highway, Boca Plaza, Boca Fl. 33431 561-368-5520

Mexican Senor Burrito 513 N.E 20th Street Boca 561-347-6600

Renzo’s of Boca 5999 N. Fed. Highway. Boca-561-994-3495 Ristorante Sapori Royal Palm Place-301 Via De Palmas., Boca 561-367-9779 Trattoria Romana 499 E. Palmetto Park Rd. Boca-561-393-6715 Umbria Renaissance Hotel 2000 NW 19st, Boca. 561-368-5252

Latin/Caribbean Caribbean Grill 1332 NW Boca Raton Blvd Boca 561-362-0161

Deli/Cafés Ben’s Deli Kosher The Reserve-9942 Clint Moore Rd. Boca 561-470-9963

Toojay’s Gourmet Deli Polo Shoppes-5030 Champion Blvd. Boca-561-241-5903

Boca Beach House 887 E Palmetto Park Road. Boca 561-826-8850

Rustic Cellar Royal Palm Place409 S.E.Mizner Blvd. 561-392-5237

La Rosa Nautica 515 NE 20th St. Boca, 561-296-1413

Deli on Rye 4311 N. Federlal Hwy., Boca 561-347-1400

Boca-561-392-5237

Rocco’s Tacos 5250 Town Center Circle. Boca 561-416-2131

Hotdogopolis 6020 N Federal Hwy. 8177 Glades Road Boca 561-998-5959

TEQUILA COWBOY City Place 550 S. Rosemary Ave. WPB 561-249-2749

Uncle Julio’s 449 Plaza Real. Boca 561-300-3530 Seafood Bonefish Grill 21065 Powerline Road. Boca 561-483-4949 City Fish Market 7940 Glades Road. Boca 561-487-1600 Truluck’s 351 Plaza Real. Boca 561-391-0755

Oasis Cafe Renaissance Hotel Boca 2000 NW 19st, Boca 561-368-5252 Saquella Caffe 82 Royal Palm Place-410 Via De Palmas, Boca. 561-338-8840 Toojay’s 3013 Yamato Road. Boca 561-997-9911

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MISC ║ ask the petxpert

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How do I Build a Stronger Immune System to Fight Cancer?

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s leaders in the animal health industry, we cannot stress enough times how important the role of nutrition plays in building a strong and healthy immune system. This is done simply by following a good species appropriate clean diet that nourishes all the parts of the body. Once a strong immune system is achieved, it can then heal the body of all types of challenges including cancers. When we hear the doctor or veterinarian say the diagnosis is cancer, most of us have been programmed to immediately think of an impending death sentence. It is unfortunate that this type of situation tends to be propagated as a tool for a highly emotional purchase from a limited selection of drugs and treatments provided by conventional medicine. In most cases, these treatments attack and mitigate the symptom but ignore the cause. According to the FDA, chemotherapy only has a 3% success rate. We trust our doctors to be the experts and they continue to sell us treatment that has a 97% failure rate. It is a fact that the body is truly capable of curing itself of cancer and other disease as long as it is provided with the right nutritional and detoxification tools. Fighting and defeating cancer or achiev-

ing an actual cure is for us to approach this disease as a whole body challenge and to support the body with the tools it needs to accomplish this. Cancer is a man-made disease that has its’ roots in the plethora of toxic chemicals that ourselves and our pets are constantly exposed to. These toxins disrupt the normal functions of the organs that must work in unity to produce healthy cells and also destroy the unhealthy ones. We are aware that cancer thrives when fed a high glycemic, carbohydrate diet. Sugar creates inflammatory conditions that further compromise the whole system. When this happens, the body becomes further out of balance in the production, utilization and balance of the biochemical system of enzymes, hormones, minerals and nutrients. Cooking and processing foods also degrades the quality of the nutrients which are usually replaced in manufactured foods with synthetic (chemical) supplements. The body produces cancer cells daily, however a healthy immune system will keep them in check as long as we follow a species appropriate, clean, natural diet and lifestyle. For carnivores such as dogs and cats, this consists of a rotation of meat, fish, poultry and eggs as the macro nutrients. Most of

the major nutrients are found in these foods when they are fed in their natural raw state. The micronutrients they need also come from botanical and herbal sources that are high in antioxidants, bio-available minerals and have anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor, anti-bacterial, fungal, virus, parasite properties which add to immune health and support the endocrine system production of hormones and enzymes. In addition to these benefits, most will also support the cleansing and health of the liver, kidneys, heart, thyroid and the internal parts that all work together to create the immune system. The goal is to provide your pets and yourself with a variety of foods, herbs, and botanicals that will maximize and optimize the body with good health from the time of conception until the end of a long life. If we use this as a daily guide, you should greatly reduce the risk of cancer and most other diseases. Bill Piechocki, nutritionist and Dr. Diane Sudduth, DVM are partners in Fiesta Pet Deli in Pompano Beach, FL, and co-hosts of the PetHealthCafe.com radio show. Our 40 years in the animal field has provided us unparallel vision and information which we pass to our clients on a daily basis. We can be reached at www.PetHealthCafe.com or 800-940-7387.

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ROMY ~ Another dog rescued by TriCounty from GA, Romy is a Black Mouth Cur mix, spayed, 50#, good with kids and other dogs and 3 yrs old. She’s a bit shy and unsure at first but your love will win her trust. This gal needs you!

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MISC ║ HUMOR

My Dirty Little Secret By Susan Harris

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I remember the day I confessed my secret life to my mother as though it was yesterday. After living a lie for 9 months, it was almost a relief when I mentioned Allie during a casual conversation. My mother must have sensed the affection in my voice, almost bordering on reverence. She confronted me.

“Who the heck is Allie?” I gulped. How could I ever explain that I was turning my back on the very moral and ethical foundations on which she had worked so hard to instill? Then I decided that I was tired of living in fear. Tired of living in a world where society told me that I was evil for my actions. I took a deep breath. “Allie,” I stated calmly, “is my cleaning lady.” My mother gasped. “Ami, how could you? Don’t you know that this will kill your father if he ever finds out?” In a way, I could understand her horror. My mother is a child of the fifties, and she had solid notions about the roles of women in the household. While other women were burning their bras in the 70s, my mother was bravely pulling the singed underwires from the ashes and passing them out to the members of her Girl Scout troop. She then showed the girls how to tie several hundred clear plastic baggies to the wires, fashioning Christmas wreaths that were festive, yet chic, in a way that non-food storage-based wreaths can only dream. Thus, my mother spent many hours teaching her children the domestic arts. These skills were divided along strict gender lines. My two sisters and I spent each Saturday learning to scrub toilets, mop floors and vacuum carpets, while my two brothers learned the equally important task of reading the colored funnies while slipping their feet into the heat registers to avoid the perilous drafts that could occur when one of the thoughtless females opened a window to release the oven cleaner fumes. After I admitted my perfidy to my mother, it became easier to openly speak about Allie with my close friends. I chose a quiet moment 92

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during a casual play date and then waited for their reactions. Nancy said, “Wow. I never thought I’d admit this in public, but I use a cleaning service too.” Michelle said, “So do I.” She quickly added, “But they only come once a month. And I always vacuum before they come, because I don‘t want them to think we’re slobs.” Karla, whom I’ve never really trusted, said, “I could never use a cleaning service. I just feel like it’s part of my job as a stay-at-home mother.” Nancy, Michelle and I responded to this blatant attack on our mothering skills with a classic defense mechanism: justification. Nancy declared, “Well, it’s not like the service saves me that much time! It takes me hours to pick up the house before they arrive.” Michelle quickly agreed. “That’s right! All they really do is clean the bathrooms and wash the kitchen floor. And I usually spend the extra free time teaching little Madison new words in Spanish.” Nancy wisely grasped the opportunity to change the subject. “I didn’t know you could speak Spanish!” Michelle said, “I don’t. We watch Dora the Explorer together.” Karla frowned. “Oh. I don’t allow my children to watch television. The American Academy of Child Experts Who Have No Children of Their Own say it causes social maladjustment and acute hyperactivity.”

Michelle looked crestfallen at this unforeseen assault on her mothering skills. Nancy and I, veteran mothers who would never foolishly admit that we allow our preschool children to watch television, smiled guiltily and muttered our agreement that television was horrible. I think it’s safe to say, however, that I wasn’t the only one who imagined pelting Karla in the head with a low-fat blueberry muffin. Then I thought of all the crumbs that would fall on the floor. That’s when I figured ‘why not?’ After all, that kind of thing is the very reason I’m so glad I have Allie.


Leisure ║ brain teasers

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1. Select unsuitable actors 2. Near or about (suffix) 3. Striver 4. Rot-resistant wood 5. Center of brandyproducing area 7. Piece of music 8. Measure of alcoholic strength 9. Dance 11. Older 13. Male form of address 15. Arm of the Indian Ocean (3,3) 18. Dipsomaniac 19. Middle Eastern city 21. Synagogue 24. Saved

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enigma

Fill in the grid so that every row, column and 3x3 box contains the numbers 1 through 9.

enigma cryptograms are created from quotations and proverbs from around the world. Each letter stands for another letter. hint: “U” = “Y”

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“YCI CKR FPC PLX OCKWDRIRQ PHX CFK JHKQ, HG HX GPR ARXG CY YIHRKQX; CGPRIFHXR, GPR TIRLGRXG RKRJU.” - NIHXPKL

ANSWER TO sudoko from LAST MONTH

enigma solution will be printed next month.

enigma solution from LAST MONTH “Let us consider that we are all insane. It will explain us to each other; it will unriddle many riddles ... “ - Mark Twain

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