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health & beauty Pain Relief - Injured In An Auto Accident? Dermatology - “Fall Into Peeling” With A Pumpkin Peel Your Dental Health - Don’t Fear The Dentist! Body Beautiful - Putting Together A Workout Plan

Special features Counseling: Higher Power DBMC Delray Beach Center For The Arts At Old School Square

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Personal Injury Attorney With A Heart Art Is More Than Just A Hobby...It’s A Lifestyle Your Future Awaits

A Runner’s Paradise The Miracles Of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Enhance Your Skin, Elevate Your Mood A Personal Reflection on His Retirement Helping Families Get Back On Their Feet dining

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from the editor By Jeff Perlman, Editor

Welcome to the October edition of Atlantic Ave Magazine

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his is the month where things begin to pick up ever so slightly in Delray. It isn’t quite “season” yet, but you can feel the cooler weather coming and with it a ramp up in the action. In this issue, we have tons of news and advice about

how to make the most of living, working, playing and visiting Delray Beach.

We also profile Terra Spero, a talented young entrepreneur whose

Real Time Marketing company fuels a lot of the events and busi-

nesses we have grown to love in Delray Beach.

I’ve known Terra for a few years now and have watched her juggle

a busy business with a growing family. It isn’t easy. Terra also finds the time to serve the community and give back to Delray Beach.

She serves on city advisory boards, is involved in local non-profits

and is always available when you need advice. Keep your eye on Terra, she’s doing great things in Delray with more to come.

Atlantic Ave Magazine would also like to welcome Rob Steele to

town. Rob is the new President of the Delray Center for the Performing Arts at Old School Square. In this issue, I reflect on the impact

made by Rob’s predecessor Joe Gillie. We will miss Joe, but we are

also excited about the next chapter in his life and about Rob being here. He has a great background in the arts and business and we wish him well as he takes the reins.

We also want to congratulate Police Chief Jeff Goldman on his first

anniversary as Chief.

Jeff is off to a strong start in a very tough job. We enjoy his focus

on community relations and like that he is always out and about supporting local businesses and meeting people.

Speaking of meeting people, we always enjoy your comments,

ideas and suggestions. We pride ourselves on being a local magazine and we can’t do it without you.

Thank you for reading Atlantic

Ave and for supporting our great

advertisers who make it all possible. It is deeply appreciated. Have a

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great October!

Jeff Perlman, Editor


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Six Ghosts from Delray Beach’s Past Return For Delray Beach Historical Society’s 3rd Annual Halloween Fall Festival!

Oct. 16 Event from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Will Feature a Haunted House and Two Outdoor Halloween Themed Movies at Dusk

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Delray Beach pioneers will be returning to haunt the Historic Cason Cottage House Museum for one night only during the 3rd Annual Halloween Fall Festival presented by the Delray Beach Historical Society and the Harvey L. Brown Insurance Agency. Set for Friday night Oct. 16 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., the free event on the campus of the Delray Beach Historical Society will also feature two Halloween-themed movies provided by Palm Beach Outdoor Cinema – “It’s The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown” and the feature-length, familyfriendly, film “The Halloween Tree” – as well as a variety of other activities for the entire family. Visiting the Cason Cottage Historic House Museum – transformed into a haunted house for the evening by the creative team at Space of Mind School House – will be the ghosts of pioneers including early settler Esther Sterling Williams, educator Solomon D. Spady, Delray’s first Mayor John Sundy, architect Sam Ogren, farmer Adolf Hoffman and native American Billy Bowlegs. In addition to the now famous haunted house, the Halloween Fall Festival will include a pumpkin-decorating contest – as well as vintage games and an oldfashioned bake sale. Free family portraits taken by 4th Ave. Photography in front of the historic buggy decorated for Halloween will also be available.

The Original Popcorn House will provide popcorn, and Solita/Mastino will provide pizza. Sponsors Dr. Jamie Alexander and Moroco Orthodontics will also be on hand to dish our candy – and toothbrushes! “Halloween is a big deal in Delray Beach,” said Brown, who is chairing this year’s annual Halloween parade presented by the Delray Beach Rotary Club. ‘It’s a special part of the fabric and character of our town.” To find out more, call 561-274-9578 or visit www.delraybeachhistory.org

The Conde Center For Chiropratic Announce The Second Concussion Therapy Pilot Program

The Conde Center For Chiropractic Neurology and Dr. John Conde, in collaboration with the Upledger Institute Clinic and the Ricky Williams Foundation announce the Second Concussion Therapy Pilot Program aimed at assessing and treating current and former members of

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the National Football League. Designed for professional football players with a diagnosis of Post-Concussion Syndrome (PCS), the five day intensive clinical pilot will begin on September 24th at the headquarters of Upledger Institute International in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. The Conde Center For Chiropractic Neurology will be assigned the task of pre and post-assessment utilizing highly advanced diagnostic and therapeutic tools such as the Dynavision D2 and the RealEyes Binocular system. The goal of the study is to determine the efficacy of an intensive manual therapy program through baseline and post-treatment neurological activity in patients with PostConcussion Syndrome.

The Blueprint Gallery At Milagro Center Debuts The ‘Picture This’ Exhibit

The ‘PICTURE THIS’ Exhibit Opening Reception will be held Friday, October 9th from 6:30-8:30 PM at Milagro Center. The evening will feature the images of local, emerging and professional artists who are active creatively in the community. The exhibit runs through November 27th, 2015, and will showcase the photography of Jane Busker, Emiliano Brooks, and Steven Louis Berkovitch. Handmade crafters and vendors will also be present, showcasing their designs, and light bites,

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beer and wine will be served. Please RSVP to Cultural Arts Director, Nicole Escalera at nescalera@milagrocenter.org. There is no cost to attend. It is Milagro’s intention to work with emerging and established artists in the community and provide an avenue to showcase their work while also supporting Milagro Center. Exhibiting artists will donate a minimum of 25% of art sales to Milagro Center and will be invited to speak with Milagro Center’s STARS (children in grades K-5), and middle and high-school Teens about their career as an artist as well as lead an artist workshop.

Spodak Dental Group Provided More Than $80,000 Worth Of Free Dental Care As Part Of Freedom Day Usa

Spodak Dental Group proudly participated in the Third Annual Freedom Day USA and helped more than 45 men and women of our Armed Forces. Freedom Day USA is a “Day of Free” to thank military personnel and their families for the sacrifices they make each day to ensure our freedom. Freedom Day USA was held nation-wide on September 10, 2015 and in honor of this day, Spodak Dental Group gave veterans, active military members and their families free cleanings, exams, fillings, x-rays, treatment for tooth pain, and extractions,

which totaled more than $80,000 in work. The dental team was able to see more than twice as many military members as last year, many of who had dental pain and needed immediate attention. “It is so rewarding to be able to give back to those men and women who have given and continue to give so much to ensure our freedom,” said Dr. Craig Spodak, owner of Spodak Dental Group. “It’s a great feeling to say “Thank You” to our military members by providing exceptional dental care and make sure everyone leaves with a healthy mouth, which is so important to their overall health and wellness.” continued page 12


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Palm Beach Poetry Festival Launches 12th Annual Poetry Contest For Local High School Students

Submission Deadline is Dec. 1, 2015 Between October 1 and December 1, any Palm Beach County public or private high school student can submit one original poem (30 lines maximum) for consideration. Original poems should be submitted by email before December 1 to: PBPF1@aol. com. For contest rules, please visit http:// www.palmbeachpoetryfestival.org/event/ high-school-poetry-contest-2015-16/. The winning poet will receive $100, and the four runner-up high school poets will each receive $25. In addition, all five winners will receive a one-year subscription to Poets and Writers Literary Journal, plus a pair of tickets to the Coffeehouse Performance Event with Marc Smith, the founder of Slam Poetry, and Dominique Christina, a Woman of the World Slam Champion. This will be held on Saturday, January 23, 9:30 pm, in the Delray Beach Center for the Arts Vintage Gym. The five winning high school poets will read their poems at the Festival’s Award Ceremony on January 18, 2016 at 4 pm, and the poems will be published online at www. palmbeachpoetryfestival.org. The judge for the annual High School Poetry Contest will once again be Dr. Jeff

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Morgan of Lynn University’s Department of English. As a special incentive to encourage submissions to the High School Poetry Contest 2016, the teacher whose students submit the highest number of poems will receive a pair of free tickets to a Festival event of his/ her choice.

Sandoway House Gala

tion, native flora and fauna plus a pool that serves as home for three nurse sharks and other species of fish. The grounds replicate the native dune line of Florida and include a butterfly garden. For tickets or information, please call 561-274-7263.

Local Delray Beach Business Executives Selected as 2015 Speakers

At the 60th Anniversary of the International Festival & Events Association Conference & Expo Presented by Haas & Wilkerson Insurance, in Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A. Sept 21 – 23, 2015. Terra Spero of RealTime Marketing Group and Nancy Stewart of Festival Man-

The gala committee, taken in the shell room, includes (top row from left): Gayle Clark, Joe Robinson, Chris Davies, Susan Russo, Laura McCormick and Debbie Cohen. (Bottom row, from left): Sandoway House Executive Director Danica Sanborn, Holly Pemberton and Megan Addison.

The Sandoway House Nature Center is having its gala oceanfront dinner/dance/ auction, “For the Love of Nature,” from 6:30 to 11 p.m. on Nov. 14 in Ocean Ridge. Tickets are $165. Proceeds benefit the Delray Beach center, which is housed in an historic 1936 oceanfront house. It has a world class shell collec-

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agement Group will share their expertise and experience with event producers from all over the world. Terra’s topic is “Double Your Event Excitement and Sponsor Sales through Social Media and Nancy will be one of six panelists participating in the discussion “For Better or For Worse: Event Sustainability & City Partnerships in Evolving Urban Markets”. Terra Spero is the co-founder and CEO of RealTime Marketing Group, a boutique digital media agency that focuses on leveraging social media to amplify events’ current marketing and increase sponsorship revenue. Nancy has always been very involved in the community. She manages sponsorship sales, advertising, design and marketing for the festivals and events she is partnered with and attributes her success to her resourcefulness, being a task master and her gift for problem solving.

Sharks Need Love Too!

Help Sandoway House raise money to purchase a new, hydraulic scrub brush for our pool through our Power2Give campaign! Please help us keep our sharks in a pristine environment and save us hours of hard labor! Visit HTTP://power2give.org/go/p/9223 and donate now! All donations made will be matched dollar for dollar which means your

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money goes further! The total project cost is $5,706 and being a donor has its benefits. Donor Benefits: $5-$99: Thank you letter. $100-$999: Thank you letter and be a Shark Feeder for our daily shark feeding (make a reservation for the day you want). $1,000 and above: Thank you letter, be a Shark Feeder for our daily shark feeding (make a reservation for the day you want), and Thank You displayed on our website!

Posh Properties, LLC

Posh Properties, LLC is proud to announce the addition of Samantha L. Johnsen who has been living in the Boca Raton,

Delray Beach and Boynton Beach for the past 18 years. She has a vast knowledge of South Florida from Broward County to North Palm Beach. With marketing, sales and fund raising experience Samantha is able to match the perfect home with the perfect person. Telephone- 954-839-4115

Delray Beach Rotary Selects Atlantic High School Teacher and Student of the Month

Mr. Alan Kornblau, Chair of the Award Committee and Director of the Delray Beach Public Library, presided over the awards luncheon. “Besides the six students and teachers recognized over the academic year at Atlantic High School, the Delray Beach Rotary Club annually awards a total of $10,000 to 10 graduating seniors,” reminded Mr. Kornblau. Ms. Sara Konash, Honored Faculty Member and Head of the Art Department at Atlantic High School, has been a teacher for 17 years, 6 of those years at Atlantic High School Ms. Cameron Lee, Honored Student, is in her 4th and final year at Atlantic High School. She is President of Student Government, Captain of the School Softball Team and works as an Aftercare Counsellor at Galaxy Elementary School. The Delray Beach Rotary Club has a lunch meeting every Tuesday at 12:15PM continued page 16


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at the Delray Beach Public Library at 100 West Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach. STUDENT/TEACHER AWARD RECOGNITION LUNCHEONS ARE …. October 13, 2015 November 10, 2015 January 12, 2016 February 9, 2016 April 12, 2016 www.delraybeachrotary.org

Congratulations To The General Manager Of The Big Apple Flea Market

and PRSA members and $25 for nonmembers. Attendees will each receive one free drink ticket good for beer, wine or soft drinks; additional drinks will be available at happy hour prices. The food will be from Max’s Harvest in Delray Beach, with music by steel drummer Cecil Xavier. For more information about GCPRC please visit www.goldcoastprcouncil. com. For more information about PRSA Palm Beach, please visit www.prsapalmbeach.org. Crane’s Beach House Boutique Hotel & Luxury Villas - 82 Gleason Street in Delray Beach. For more information, check out www.cranesbeachhouse.com. RSVPs for this event can be made at www.facebook.com/CBHHotel. 561-278-1700

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Happily Married on Sunday, September 6, 2015 during a sunset wedding at their home, Mike Green is the Head Varsity Baseball Coach for Pine Crest School in Ft Lauderdale and Defensive Coordinator for the JV Football team at the Pine Crest campus in Boca Raton and Jayni DiMisa-Green is Creative Director for The Pugliese Company and General Manager of The Big Apple Flea Market in Delray Beach.

Crane’s Beach House Boutique Hotel & Luxury Villas to Host 9th Annual PR YAK-YAK on October 15

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On behalf of the Gold Coast Public Relations Council and PRSA Palm Beach, this will be the ninth annual PR YAK-YAK that attracts scores of public relations and marketing professionals as well as local print, broadcast and online journalists. PR YAK-YAK, like all of the THURSDAY FUN-RAISERS at Crane’s Beach House, is open to the public, and will be held from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the hotel’s popular Tiki Bar. Admission is only $20 for GCPRC

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“Rock and Re-vibe Your Business” Networking Group: Thursday, October 8th 5:30-7:30pm at N2 WineBar (The Hyatt Place Pineapple Grove-104 NE 2nd Ave., Delray Beach 33444). “Mindful” networking group. Share your resources while broadening your business & supporting other “enlightened” local businesses and Non-Profit organizations. $20 includes glass of wine and light appetizers. No charge for nonprofit organizations. Call 561-843-7670.

Delray Students First Paving the Way for Their Future

Benefit Gathering at Hudson at Waterway East Hudson hosted a spectacular happy hour event benefiting Delray Students First (DSF) . Chef Paul Niedermann, Fox’s Hell’s Kitchen Season 9 winner, picked and passionately prepared vegetables, herbs and fruits grown by the children of Delray Students First farm program serving seafood-centric appetizers to the crowd of over 100. With the launch of their Paver Campaign, the generous patrons raised over $5200 that will help fund the educational based charity aimed at preparing Delray’s underprivileged high school students for college entrance. The Paver Campaign is continued page 18


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a beautiful brick walk that canvases the DSF farm and honors many of the supporters of the students farm school. Delray Students First (DSF) ,a 501 (c) (3) corporation founded in 2012 assists economically disadvantaged middle school and high school students in our community to achieve their highest potential focusing their goal toward college through tutoring and rigorous study halls, clubs and college test preparedness. For more information on how you can become a supporter of the Paver Campaign, please call Mark Sauer, Founder of DSF at 561-860-3146.

America’s Top Dog & Beauty Queen

Peaches a 3 year old Yorkshire Terrier was winner of the prestigious National 2015 America’s Top Dog Model “Helping Paws” Contest and a Certified THERAPY dog, owned by Bob and Claire Spielman of Lake Worth, Fl. Peaches is a graduate of Share-A-Pet, a Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.based program that provides certification and insurance for pet owners who use their pets in therapy work. “Peaches has brought so much joy to children in homeless shelters and hospitals, and she also visits patients in nursing homes.” said Claire Spielman. http://www.cowboymagic.com/dog-grooming-americastop-dog-model/

Delray Beach Young Professionals Group Goes Nautical

The Young Professionals Association of Delray (YPAD) set sail on the Intracoastal during their most recent event the Nautical Networking Cruise, which paired the beauty of South Florida’s waterway, a popular Delray Beach attraction, and business networking. “We are always looking for new and interesting venues to hold our events,” explains Stephen Chrisanthus, the Marketing/ PR Chair of the YPAD Board. “We were so excited to hear that Delray Yacht Cruises wanted to host us.” The two hour cruise departed from the Lady Atlantic’s home alongside Veteran’s park. Guests enjoyed cocktails and light bites, sightseeing and great networking while unwinding after work. Young professionals got to enjoy an evening on the water while making future business contacts. “It was a great event and we were happy to host it ,and would love to have the group cruise with us again,” said Meghan Christian, owner of Delray Yacht Cruises continued page 20

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locals only ║ in the news lectable gourmet buffet with elaborate food stations. The VIP Section will be located in the main room. Guests will have access to the spook-tacular area throughout the night and enjoy hanging out with special guests and enjoying VIP treats. Calvin Giordano & Associates Silent Auction is set to take place featuring marvelous items, exciting experiences and prize packages. All proceeds raised during the event will benefit 2-1-1 Broward. By dialing 2-1-1, Broward County residents are automatically connected with trained crisis specialists who assess the caller’s situation and provide the link to available community resources.

YPAD is tailored for professionals who live or work in Delray Beach and surrounding communities, and who are under 40 years of age. Monthly events are listed in the online calendar and sent out by e-mail. To be included in e-mails, contact ypad@ delraybeach.com For more information go to: http://delraybeach.com/ypad

14th Annual Signature Grand Ghoul Benefiting 2-11 Broward To Take Place On Monday, October 26Th

Former Miami Dolphin O.J. McDuffie and Radio Host Joe Rose to serve as the Event’s Emcees Please join Signature Grand and 2-1-1 Broward for a spook-tacular evening at the 14th Annual Signature Grand Ghoul. Signature Grand will once again be transformed into a haunted mansion for the Halloween celebration. Put on your dancing shoes and stylish costumes for a night of fun in this 100,000 square-foot mansion. This thrilling party will feature music by Complete Media Events and a variety of entertainment that will have everyone wondering when the next spine-chilling surprise will take place! There will be a Costume Contest where judges will select party goers, throughout the evening, based on their creativity, fear

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factor, and originality of their costumes. Finalists will be brought up on stage for an overall crowd vote. Prizes will be awarded to first, second and third place for the scariest and most unique costumes. The evening will afford all guests the opportunity to mix and mingle with NFL Alumni, local celebrities and other South Florida notables. At the open bar, guests will be able to sip on specialty cocktails fresh from a witch’s cauldron. Guests will also indulge in a de-

Putt’n Around Will Be Decorated for Hallowen the Entire Month of October

Groove on over to the Monster Mash’n Ocean Course, or visit a pumpkin patch on the Everglades Course! Trick or Treat Tuesdays: Wear a full costume and get treated to: - Over 12: 2-4-1 drinks - All others $5.30 for 18 holes Halloween costumes encouraged all month! Putt’n Around is located at 350 NE 5th Ave., Delray Beach. For more information call 561-450-6162. www.puttnaround.net


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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 October for $50 or less.

hosts and goblins, scary witches, let’s get excited because it’s Halloween... tricksters! Delray has some serious treats for you and you’re

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invited to the most fun sugar rush ever. To kick start the Halloween fun, plan to attend the Third Annual Halloween Fall Fest at the Delray Beach Historical Society. Held on October 16 from 6 to 9 p.m., you’re welcome to enjoy the “Ghost Town Delray Haunted House,” outdoor movies on the big screen, history exhibit, games, crafts, historic family photos, trick or treating and refreshments. What more could you ask for? Now that you’re warmed up, head to the Avenue on Halloween for Trick-or-Treating along the Avenue at 11:30 a.m. and hit up all the local shops and businesses for some delicious candy. At 1 p.m., all children are invited to line up for the Halloween Parade at the southeast corner of the Delray Beach Center for the Arts park. The route will head east on Atlantic Avenue to Veteran’s Park and there’s even free ice cream for parade participants! After the parade, growl, howl and scream to Kidsfest! Kidsfest is a free family event in Veteran’s Park that features live entertainment, a bounce house, food vendors, a make-and-take craft area and more, from 1 to 4 p.m. It’s a scary amount of fun! The Delray Beach Historical Society is located at 3 N.E. Third St., the Delray Beach Center for the Arts is at 51 N. Swinton Ave. and Veteran’s Park is located at Atlantic Avenue and the Intracoastal. Visit www. delraybeachhistory.org or www.mydelraybeach.com or call (561) 243-7277 for more information.

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e free to dream, be free to wander and, most importantly, be free to let yourself be free. October is Monday of Free Thought and it’s finally that time of the year where, hopefully, the weather cools off, Fall smells are in the air, and the art festivals are back! The 21st Annual Downtown Delray Beach Craft Festival strolls into town on October 3 and 4 is a great way to enjoy the outdoors without feeling like you’re the clock in a Dali painting. This Festival brings together contemporary crafts from more than 100 of the nation’s most talented artists so you’re free to peruse the booths and let your mind and feet wander. You’ll find a variety of jewelry, pottery, ceramics, photography, painting, clothing and much more, and the best part is that you’re right downtown so you can enjoy a delicious lunch al fresco, to boot. The Festival is held along Atlantic Avenue and Fourth Avenue and is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday. Festivals like these are one of the best reasons to live locally because you get to enjoy not only our year-round shops, but also get to enjoy the artistic gifts of crafters from miles away. The best part (as if it could get better) is that there is no admission to the Festival so you can come and go as you wish and also spend more money on gifts for yourself and maybe even find a few holiday presents. Or just more gifts for yourself, who’s counting. Visit www.artfestival.com for more information.

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t’s important to try and lift people up, so let’s do just that! October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month and Down syndrome is the most commonly occurring


chromosomal condition. 1 in 691 babies born each year are born with Down syndrome and there are more than 400,000 people living with Down syndrome in the nation. The Gold Coast Down Syndrome Organization is holding a Cut-a-Thon to raise money and awareness for Down syndrome and it’s going to be great! Held October 4 at the Hair Studio Artists Exclusive Hair Salon, 100 percent of the proceeds will go to the Organization. You are invited to come with damp, shampooed hair and get a new hairdo for only $25! Hair Studio Artists are image makers and image professional who constantly strive to remain consistent, current and innovative in the salon industry, and they’re willing to work this day for a great cause. The event is held from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and cash and checks are accepted, as well as additional donations, and no appointments are needed. The Hair Studio Artists are located in the Delray Marketplace at 14851 Lyons Road, #114. Visit www.hairstudioartists.com or call (561) 270-3346 for more information.

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amily always (well, mostly) makes everything better: when we need a pick-me-up, when we need to celebrate, and when we need a hug. October is Emotional Wellness Month and if you’re in need of some emotional TLC from a family member, present in the physical state or not, I’ve got you covered. The Lantern Festival: In the Spirit of Obon is a magical event held once a year and is an event not to be missed. The event is Japan’s summer homage to ancestors who return for a brief visit to the living, and what better place than the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens. You are invited to enjoy Japanese folk-dancing, drumming, the Ennichi street fair and the iconic lantern floating ceremony in a Fall festival in the spirit of Obon. The event is held Saturday, October 17 from 3 to 8 p.m. and is a very special time for all family members involved. Tickets sell out quickly and will not be available day of so make sure you purchase them quickly. This will surely fill your emotional wellness bank with many priceless memories. 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 and to purchase tickets.

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don’t care if you’re in college or not, pizza is one of the best things invented. Cold or hot, thin crust or deep dish, there’s no debating the heavenly goodness of melted cheese, crispy bread and toppings galore. October is Pizza Month and if you’re looking for a pie that is different than the rest, head to Scuola Vecchia for a traditional Neapolitan pizza that’s been 200 years in the making. Their pizzas have been named one of the Top 101 pizzas in the nation and it’s easy to see why. If you want to try a classic, order the Regina Margherita (classic Neapolitan pizza) with imported freshwater buffalo mozzarella, cherry tomatoes, light tomato sauce, extra virgin olive oil and basil for $15. If you are looking for a little more pop, order the Keste with imported fresh buffalo mozzarella, tomato cause, prosciutto di parma, arugula, shaved gran cru, extra virgin olive oil and basil for $17. In the mood for a locally-inspired pizza? Sink your teeth into the Delray with truffle spread, fresh mozzarella, mushroom and prosciutto di Parma for $18. Whatever your pleasure, Scuola Vecchia has your pizza needs covered, and I’m sure they can recommend a delicious bottle of wine to enhance your pizza experience. Scuola Vecchia is located at 522 E. Atlantic Ave. Visit www.scuolavecchiapizzeria.com or call (561) 865-5923 for more information and reservations.

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1-31 Shark Feeding – TuesSat - 10:30am, Sun1:30pm- $4. Alligator Feeding –Wed & Sat 1pm. 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 Savor Our City Culinary Private Tours – Private customized tours of Atlantic Ave and Pineapple Grove for groups of 10 or more guests. 954-410-3177, info@SavorOurCity.com

1-31 Cruise aboard the Lady Atlantic – Daily cruises at 1:30. Call for details. 561243-0686, delrayyachtcruises. com 1-31 Putt’nAround Haunted Mini-Golf – 10am-10pm daily. Enjoy a spooky night of mini-golf throughout the month of October! Happy Hour M-F 3-7. 561-459-2715, puttnaround.net

ray Beach Center for the Arts / Crest Theatre. 561-243-7922, DelrayArts.org 1 Cocktails for Canines Bachelor Auction at SALT 7 – 7pm. Come SIP, BID, and RAISE money for a two charities! One Night ONLY! salt7. com/upcoming-events

1 Sequin Shop & Share – Shop: 4 - 7pm, cocktails 6-9pm. 20% of the proceeds donated to charity. Sequin Delray. Rsvp 561-243-9373. Sequin-Nyc.Com

1 Delray Marketplace Music Fest – Fabulons.Motown & Classic Rock. Delray Marketplace, 9025 W Atlantic Ave., 561-865-4613, DelrayMarket. com/events

2 First Friday Art Walk in Downtown Delray – 6pm9pm. Stroll throughout downtown Delray. 561-243-1077, downtowndelraybeach.com/ events

2,9,16,23,30 Sunrise Beach Yoga – 7am.$18. Class will be held on the beach across the street from the Marriott. Just bring a mat or a towel to practice. To sign up in advance: 561396-9791, Christine@movement.yoga 2 Otis Cadillac & The El Dorados – 7:30pm. Free Friday Concerts. Classic R&B, Root Rock N’ Roll and Blues.Delray Beach Center for the Arts / Outdoor Pavilion. delrayarts.org

2&3 Southern Handcraft Society of Boca Raton presents: “HOLIDAY HARVEST 2015” – A FREE handcrafted show full of holiday

gifts, home decor, yummy food treats and much more! Counte De Hoernle pavilion (Train Depot) 747 South Dixie Highway, Boca Raton, FL 33432. Most vendors accept cash or checks only. Get a jump start on your holiday shopping or just come for the ghosts and goblin fare and ambience. Friday, October 2nd 4PM - 8PM and Saturday, October 3rd 9AM - 2PM. Hope to see you there! Any questions contact Phyllis Wiita 561-7322597. 3-4 21st Annual Downtown Delray Beach Craft Festival – 10am-5pm. The 21st Annual Delray Beach Craft Festival. 4th Ave & Atlantic Ave. artfestival.com

3 Delray Bash – Presented by Bombay Sapphire, Columbia Winery and New Amsterdam Vodka. 7-9:30pm Old School Square Park. $50 for unlimited sampling of food, wine, beer and spirits. For tickets and to see participating restaurants: www.thedelraybash.com 3 Stitch Rock at the Vintage Gymnasium – 12-6pm. $5. Indie craft fair &bazaar with handmade goods, sweets drinks & food trucks. rockthestitch.com

3 Delray Beach Bus Loop is Back! – 6-11 pm. Theme: Delray Local Favorites & Hidden Gems. This event connects some of Delray’s favorite spots, and some hidden gems you may not know about, via free trolley service! Your ticket includes unlimited trolley service and a Drink Card for a free drink or appetizer at each participating venue. The cards are valid from 6 to 11 pm, October 3rd, and trolleys will run until midnight. Tickets are just $25 in advance and $30 at check-in. Check-in locations are at Delray Beach Center for the Arts and Tim Finnegan’s Irish Pub (2885 S. Federal Hwy). Get your tick-

ets NOW at www.busloop.org.

4,11,18,25 Brunch Cruise with Delray Yacht Cruises – 10:30am.$42. Enjoy our narrated 2-hour sightseeing tour as you enjoy your favorite buffet brunch items on our beautiful cruise! 561-243-0686, delraybeachcruises.com

4 Cut A Thon for Gold Coast Down Syndrome Organization – 11am—5pm. $25. 100% of the proceeds will go to Gold Coast Down Syndrome Organization. Hair Studio Artists atDelray Marketplace. 561-270-3346, hairstudioartists.com

4,25 Fitness in the Park at Delray Marketplace – 10am. Free fitness class. 561865-4613, DelrayMarket.com/ events

7 Girls, Pearls, Hats & Heels VIP Preview Night – $90. 6-9pm. Join us for this signature two-day event in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month benefitting the Delray Beach Public Library & Bethesda Hospital Foundation. The Seagate Country Club. 561-266-0799, delraylibrary. org/VIP 8 Girls, Pearls, Hats & Heels – $60. 10:30am-2pm. Gather your girlfriends, put on your pearls, hats and heels and enjoy a fun filled afternoon of shopping for the latest fashions, with complimentary bubbly, a chance at winning something fabulous, and lunch by the bite at the Seagate Country Club! 561-266-0799, delraylibrary.org/gphh

8&22 Steel Drum Cruise – 6-8pm. $25. Cruise the calm waters of the Intracoastal Waterway as you take in the sounds of the Islands. 561-2430686, delrayyachtcruises.com

South Florida’s Finest 80’S Cover Band. Delray Marketplace, 9025 W Atlantic Ave., 561-865-4613, DelrayMarket. com/events 9 Milagro Center Art Reception – 6:30pm.A percentage of artwork sales benefit Milagro Center and wine and light bites. RSVP: nescalera@ milagrocenter.org

9 The Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce presents 25th Annual Luminary Gala – Celebrating 90 years of Chamber Business at the Annual Awards Ceremony. Cocktails and Silent Auction 7pm, Dinner and Awards 8pm. Black Tie attire. RSVP by October 2. Register online at www.delraybeach. com or call 561-279-0907 for more information and sponsorship benefits.

9 Remix Band – 7:30pm. Free Friday Concerts. Miami-based REMIX brings a little of everything. Delray Beach Center for the Arts / Outdoor Pavilion. delrayarts.org

10 Ride and Remember Trolley Tour – 10am-12pm$20. When you board the “Ride & Remember” Trolley Tour, the history of Delray Beach comes alive! Spady Museum. spadymuseum.com 10-25 Delray Beach Playhouse Presents Come Blow Your Horn – $30. Call for times. A Comedy by Neil

PPENINGS HAPP 1 First Thursday Site Tours – 10am-1pm. $5. Del-

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HAPPENINGS HAP Simon. . 561-272-1281 Ext. 4, delraybeachplayhouse.com

13 Chamber Contacts & Cocktails at the Hyatt Place- “Random Acts at Hyatt” – 6-9pm. Short acts from famous films throughout the evening. 561-278-0424, ontheavedelraybeach.com 14 Drum Circle at Old School Square Park – 6-9pm. ontheavedelraybeach. com

14 Come join Schrier Family chiropractic for A Healthy Happy Hour – Wednesday October 14th 6-9 PM. 315 NE 2nd Ave., Delray Beach, Fl 334345, 561-4452648. RSVP recommended.

13-17 On The Ave Presents Get your Grove On – Pineapple Grove that is! Celebrate the Arts in Delray Beach with Grove Week. Stop by your favorite local merchants for specials & signature events each evening. Details: ontheavedelraybeach.com

15 Artists Alley Open Studios Street Art Party – 6-9pm – Join us in Artists Alley for 2 stages, bands & food catered by 3rd& 3rd. Performances by: The Heavy Pets and Girlfriend Material. ontheavedelraybeach.com

16 Jay Blue Band – 7:30pm. Free Friday Concerts. Delray Beach Center for the Arts / Outdoor Pavilion. delrayarts.org

17 Pineapple Grove Art Walk – 10:30am. Starting at Old School Square Park –

Artwalk pointing out murals, sculptures and galleries in the Grove. RSVP ontheavedelraybeach.com

15 Life Cycles – 2pm. $25.A Playreading Series. 561-2721281 Ext. 4, delraybeachplayhouse.com

15 Delray Marketplace Music Fest – Fusion Band, South Florida’s Premier Show & Dance Band. 561-865-4613, DelrayMarket.com/events

15 Taste of Delray Marketplace – $25-30. Voucher good at participating stores at Delray Marketplace plus drinks and appetizers from some of our great restaurants and eateries! 561-865-4613, tasteofdelray2015.eventbrite. com 16 50 Shades of Feingold – 2pm. $25. Studio Theatre Interactive Theatre. 561-2721281 Ext. 4, delraybeachplayhouse.com

16 3rd Annual Halloween Fall Fest at the Delray Beach Historical Society – 6 pm - 9 pm. FREE. “Ghost Town Delray Haunted House,” Outdoor movies on the big screen, History Exhibit, games, crafts, historic family photos, trick or treating, refreshments. 561.274.9578, delraybeachhistory.org

17 Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens Lantern Festival: In The Spirit Of Obon – Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens. 561-4950233, Morikami.org

19-21,26-28 Delray Beach Playhouse presents We Remember Him Well – 2pm & 8pm. $30. A Musical Memory Hosted by Randolph DelLago. 561-272-1281 Ext. 4, delraybeachplayhouse.com

22 Delray Marketplace Music Fest – BackBonz Band, Popular Rock & Roll Tunes. Delray Marketplace, 9025 W Atlantic Ave., 561-865-4613, DelrayMarket.com/events

23 G & The Funky Stuff – 7:30pm. Free Friday Concerts at Delray Beach Center for the Arts / Outdoor Pavilion. delrayarts.org

24,25,31 Delray Art League Artists in the Park – 10am - 4:30 PM.Old School Square Park. delrayartleague.com

25 US Army Jazz Ambassadors – 7pm. Free. This 19-member ensemble, formed in 1969, has received great acclaim both at home and abroad performing America’s original art form, jazz. delrayarts.org 27 Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce Business Expo 2015 – 5-7pm. $20-$30 includes 2 drinks & appetizers. Join us at the Delray Beach Marriott for our biggest and best networking event of the year. 561-278-0424, delraybeach.com

28 Spady Museum Presents Delray Speaks: A Community Conversation – 7pm - 8pm. $5. 561-2798883, spadymuseum.com

28 Boo Run at Delray Marketplace – 6:30pm. Free 5K hosted by Fleet Feet Sports Delray Beach. Participants encouraged to come dressed in their Halloween costumes! Meet-up in front of Frank Theatres. 561865-4613, DelrayMarket.com/ events

29 Delray Marketplace Music Fest & Trick or Treat – 6-8pm. String Theory, Variety of Rock & Reggae. Enjoy hay rides, a mini pumpkin patch, craft stations, face painting and more! 561-865-4613, DelrayMarket.com/events

Delray Beach Center for the Arts / Outdoor Pavilion. delrayarts.org

31 Witches of Delray Bike Ride – 7am. $20. Grab your hats & brooms and join the Witches of Delray Beach for a bicycle ride benefitting the Achievement Centers! witchesofdelray.com

31 GreenMarket – 9am2pm- Season Opener with Trick or Treating! Open air marketplace at Old School Square Park. delraycra.org/ greenmarket

31 Trick-or-Treat Along the Avenue & Halloween Parade – 11:30 am - 1pm. All children are welcome to show off their Halloween costumes and Trick-or-Treat along the avenue and Pineapple Grove. 1pm. - Halloween Parade -1pm. Free. Children are invited to begin lining up at the southeast corner of Old School Square Park. 561-573-5000.

31 Kidsfest – 1- 4pm. Free. Family event in Veterans Park, with entertainment, a bounce house, food vendors, a makeand-take craft area and much, much more. 561-243-7277, beardsleyd@mydelraybeach. com 31 Trunk or Treat at Straughn & Sons – 6-10pm. FREE. All children are welcome, show off your best costume, trick-or-treat and have fun with your friends! amazingcreationsflorist@yahoo.com Exhibits:

nell Museum of Art. 561-2437922, DelrayArts.org

29-Jan 3 Expectations – Delray Beach Center for the Arts / Cornell Museum of Art. 561-243-7922, DelrayArts.org

1–31 The Morikami Menagerie – Creatures in Japanese Art & Japan’s Robot Kingdom: Mecha and Androids and Cyborgs, Oh My! Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens. 561495-0233, Morikami.org 1-31 Delray Beach Historical Society – Cason Cottage Historic House Museum Tours & The Agricultural Heritage of Delray Beach Exhibit. 561.274.9578, www.delraybeachhistory.org 1-31 Spady Museum Presents African American Neighborhoods of Old Delray Exhibit – $10. 561279-8883, spadymuseum.com

1–31 Surfing Museum – Thurs-Sat 11am -5pm. $5, children 11 and under are free with adult supervision. 561236-0155, surfhistoryproject. org

1-31 “Made in Delray” – Visit the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County as they display works of art from local Delray Beach Artists! Free. Tues-Sat 10am-5pm. Palm Beach County Cultural Council 561-4723341, www.palmbeachculture. com

PENINGS HAPPE 30 Lazy Bones – 7:30pm. Free Friday Concerts.80’s Rock!

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posh properties

By amy cropper

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am Amy Cropper originally from Ocean City, MD.. I have lived in FL for 15 years and mostly in South Florida. I absolutely love the lifestyle here and want to be able to enjoy all it has to offer. My previous career in Food and Beverage Management was good to me but I wanted more. I want to be able to have a business of making men and women feel good and more glamorous. Then an acquaintance introduced me to one of the owners of European Wax. Wow, what a great company. I did research and found that this business is just what I wanted. We provide services of waxing for men and women with a line of wonderful products for skin care. European Wax is known for the glamorous 4 step process of our very own comfort wax. We are also known for our eyebrow design along with the eyebrow powders and products along with exceptional customer service. Come see us at Delray Place Shopping Center and you will be amazed at how wonderful you feel inside and out . European Wax Center 410 East Linton Blvd, Store 706 Delray Beach, FL 33483 561-303-0908

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y name is Susie Fernandes. Nearly twenty years ago I visited the City of Delray Beach from my home state of Rhode Island. I instantly fell in love with Delray Beach’s culture and seaside charm. I have always had a passion for real estate and started my career working on the finance side of the industry. Through my hard-work and a laser like focus on customer service, I successfully established one of the highest regarded mortgage processing companies in Palm Beach County. Due to my outgoing personality and desirefor continuous learning, it was natural for me to transition from the finance to the sales side of the real estate industry. Over the past twenty years I have built a network of loyal buyers and sellers, which has positioned me to provide my current clients with quick and equitable real estate transactions. In addition to my proven track record, I hold the Graduate Realtor Institute Designation, one of the most highly regarded designations in the real estate industry. Lastly, being a real estate sales associate is my life calling and brings me immense gratification every time I exceed my clients expectations. Call me today for your free market analysis! Posh Properties 107 NE 2nd Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33444 Direct: 561-843-0321 | www.poshflorida.com


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entertainment ║ gotta know

Gotta Know

Seen Around Town and Elsewhere…

Jim and Sande of Sande’s Restaurant taking a break at Longhorn Steakhouse, Perry Don Francisco back in town, Genie Deponte at Longhorn, Bill Bathurst and his family near Linton and U.S. 1, Josh Leder at the beach, Michael Watt driving on Atlantic Ave., Reeve Bright, Brian Cheslack, Tom Carney, Kevin McCarty, Mark Gregory and Jay Alperin at Hudson East, Fran Marincola, Tom Laudani and Scott Porten at the Palm Beach Grill, Delray’s own Ian Mellul with Vice President Joe Biden in Hollywood, Florida, Jim Steinhauser and Jerry Kay at Abe and Louie’s, Blake MacDiarmid at Jersey Subs, Danny Vitelli of Tabanero at Tom Sawyer’s, Michael Diamant at Ruth Chris Steakhouse, Randy Nobles at Starbucks, Anthony Barbar in Delray,

Ben Perlman at Fat Rooster, Stacey Winick around town, Brian Niles at Slash Fitness, Tom Lynch back from Asheville briefly, Lori and Jim Nolan in Lake Ida, Amanda Niles golfing, Stuart Halberg in full house rehab mode, Bob Brewer and Dr. Stacey Nelson pushing hard for a dog beach, Marisa Gottesman pining away for Margate in the back row of commission chambers, Ari Whiteman at the big top, Ron Gilinsky everywhere, Lula and Leonard Butler, Melissa Carter, Matthew Farmer, Peggy Murphy, Bill and Elaine Morris, Diane Colonna, Bill Branning and scores and scores of others at Joe Gillie’s surprise goodbye party at Smoke, Krissy Kennedy at Leadership Florida event with Jon Levinson, David Schmidt, Gary E., Jeff Costello and John Gwynn rechristening the Sail Inn, Julia Kadel at the Miracle League fields, Jessica Hyland at the Green Owl, MK Morales at J. Alexander’s, Chris and Shelly O’Hare in Delray and Steven Reiskind in Pineapple Grove.

Delray Beach Garlic Fest is proud to announce partnership with Delray MarketPlace as the 2016 Children’s Area Sponsor

Jeff perlman in NYC with JJ Ramberg, the host of Your Business on MSNBC

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On behalf of the Delray MarketPlace, we invite you to attend any of their FREE

Music Fest dates scheduled for a chance to win Garlic Fest admission tickets. Discounted tickets will also be available to purchase tickets on: October 1st, November 5th, December 3rd and January 7th Mr. Garlic will also be in attendance for you to meet... SMELL YA THERE!!!


Atlantic Ave Magazine On Vacation Thank you for all your submissions to Vacation With Atlantic Ave Magazine! Take Atlantic Ave Magazine on vacation with you and send us a picture with “On Vacation with Atlantic Ave� in the subject box to info@atlanticavemagazine.com and you will be entered in a drawing to win a gift certificate for dinner in a restaurant on the Ave!

Ginger Marks, Sarah Vallely, Jackie Garbarino Enjoying Labor day weekend in Key Largo

Jim and Lori Nolan and Jim and Carol Eaton in Islamorada fishing

Delray Beach resident Lynn Abbate on vacation in Montepulciano, Italy. Picture taken by husband Bill Abbate

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entertainment ║ gotta see

Gotta See

By skip sheffield

October 2 October begins promisingly with “Legend” the true story of notorious London East End gangsters Reggie and Ron Kray. In a bit of stunt casting, Tom Hardy plays both the identical twins, who terrorized London in the 1960s. Brian Helgeland (“Robin Hood,” “Mystic River”) directs his own script based on John Pearson’s book. Featured players are Emily Browning, Taron Egerton, Paul Bettany and David Thewlis. If you guessed “The Martian” was about a man from Mars, you would only be partially correct. Matt Damon is Mark Watney, an American astronaut stranded on Mars and left for dead after a fierce storm. Mark must survive by his wits and improvise a way to signal NASA back on Earth to say he is alive. Ridley Scott, who knows a thing or two about thrillers (“Alien,” Blackhawk Down”) is director of Drew Goddard’s script (“Cabin in the Woods,” “Cloverfield”) based on the novel by Andy Weir. Featured are

Julianne Moore “Freeheld”

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Jessica Chastain, Kate Mara, Kristen Wiig and Sean Bean. October 9 His name is “Pan;” Peter Pan. “Pan” is an origin story by Ben Magid inspired by J.M. Barrie’s classic “Peter Pan.” Levi Miller is the London orphan boy named Pan who is spirited away to the magical “Neverland,” where be makes friends with Capt. Hook (Garrett Hedland) and is menaced by Blackbeard (Hugh Jackman). Rooney Mara is Tiger Lily. Amanda Seyfried is Mary and Cara Delivigne is simply gorgeous. Director Joe Wright (“Atonement,” “Pride & Prejudice”) shot in Serbia with plenty of special effects added by the British studio that did “Harry Potter.” “Steve Jobs” is purported to be the authorized biography of the man who created Apple, written by Aaron Sorkin (“The Social Network”) and Michael Stuhlberg. Michael Fassbinder plays the brilliant, demanding Jobs. Seth Rogan is his surviving partner, Steve Wozniak. Katherine Waterston plays his ex-girlfriend, Chrisanne Brennan and Jeff Daniels is John Scully. Danny Boyle (“127 Hours”) directs. Ashley Judd is back in action in “Big Stone Gap.” Judd is Ave Maria Mulligan, a 35-year-old single woman who runs a pharmacy, lives with her mother, directs an outdoor drama called “Trail of Lonesome Pine” in the Virginia mountains and pines for romance with band director Theodore Tipton (John Benjamin Hickey). Then something happens that makes Ave Maria the hottest prospect around. Costars include Patrick Wilson, Jane Krakowski and Whoopi Goldberg. Adriana Trigiani directed her own script. October 16 “Goosebumps” is a children’s book series by R.L. Stine that is apparently quite popular. Jack Black plays R.L. Stine in “Goosebumps.” Dylan Minette plays Zach Cooper, a kid who moves into a new town and meets Hannah (Odeya Rush), who is R.L.’s daughter. Family adventures ensue. Rob Letterman (“Gulliver’s Travels”) directs. There will be blood. “Crimson Peak”

could be bloody good because Guillermo del Toro (“Pan’s Labyrinth”) is director, or it could be bloody awful. A young woman falls for a mysterious man who takes her to a spooky Victorian mansion named Alterdale Hall atop a mountain of blood-red clay. Charlie Hunnam, Jessica Chastain, Mia Wasikowska and Tom Hiddleston star. In Venice they have the Bridge of Sighs. In “Bridge of Spies” you have Tom Hanks as James Donovan, a Brooklyn lawyer sent by the CIA to negotiate the release of a captured American U-2 pilot at the peak of the Cold War. Steven Spielberg directs Hanks for the fourth time since “Saving Private Ryan.” Matt Charman and Ethan and Joel Coen wrote the script based on a true incident. Also in the cast are Mark Ryland, Scott Shepherd, Amy Ryan and Alan Alda. “Freeheld” is another based-on-a-true story film inspired by Cynthia Wade’s Oscar winning 2008 short documentary. Julianne Moore is Laurel Hester, a New Jersey Police Detective who becomes terminally ill and is frustrated when government officials refuse to assign her pension benefits to her domestic partner, Stacie Andree (Ellen Page). Peter Sollet (“Raising Victor Vargas”) directs and the cast includes Steve Carrell, Michael Shannon and Josh Charles. October 23 “The Last Witch Hunter” is a thriller starring Vin Diesel as the title character; a valiant warrior and witch hunter known as Kaulder. Years earlier Kaulder slew the mighty Witch Queen, but now she has been resurrected and is intent on re-introducing Black Death upon the world. Breck Eisner (“The Crazies”) directs and Elijah Wood and Michael Caine are in the mix. October 30 Finally we have “Autobahn,” a thriller starring Nicholas Houlet as Casey Stein, who runs afoul of mob boss Hagen (Anthony Hopkins) because he has a precious cargo Hagen wants back at any cost. In perfect thriller logic, Casey seeks out his old drug dealer boss (Ben Kingsley) to protect his girlfriend Juliette (Felicity Jones) from peril. Eran Creevy is the writer-director.


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entertainment ║ gotta HEAR

Gotta Hear

By skip sheffield October 1 Lynn University’s Conservatory of music kicks off the month with a concert featuring bassoonist Eric Van der Veer and pianist Lisa Leonard at 7:30 p.m. October 1 in the Amernick-Goldstein Concert Hall. Tickets are $20. The Lynn Philharmonic plays October 3 and 4. The Lynn Concert Competition final round is October 11 and Lynn Philharmonia No. 2 is October 24 and 25. Call 561-237-9000 or go to events.lynn.edu. October 2 Calling all oddballs for an Oddball Comedy Fest starring Amy Schumer and Aziz Ansari at 5 p.m. Friday, October 2 at Perfect Vodka (formerly Coral Sky) Amphitheater in West Palm Beach. Tickets are $42.25 lawn, $42.25 and $118.80 upper level and $180.25 lower level. Delray Beach Center for the Arts launches a Free Friday Concert Series at the Pavilion with R&B show group Otis Cadillac Band at 7:30 p.m. October 2. Future dates are REMIX October 9; Jay Blue Band October 16; G & The Funky Stuff October 23 and LAZY BONEZ October 30.

October 3 Who needs pictures when you can see Brad Paisley in person? The West Virginia country music superstar headlines a “Crushin’ It World Tour” concert with Justin Moore and Mickey Guyton at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, October 3 at Perfect Vodka Amphitheater in West Palm Beach. Tickets are $33.25 on the lawn, $33.25 and $59.75 upper level and $76.25 lower level and pit. Go to livenation.com. Broadway stars Linda Eder and Jon Secada star in the home-grown musical celebration “WE” which commemorates the centennial of Broward County in concert at 8 p.m. October 3 at Broward Center for the Arts in Fort Lauderdale. Tickets are $25-$85 plus service charges at TicketMaster. Call 954-462-0222. October 6 The achingly romantic musical “Once;” winner of eight Tony Awards

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including Best Musical and a Grammy Award for its soundtrack, opens Tuesday, October 6 and runs through October 18 in the Au-Rene Theater of Broward Center for the Arts. Tickets are $35-$125. Call 800-745-3000.

October 8 A triple bill of horn band Blood, Sweat & Tears, Chuck Negron of Three Dog Night and Mark Farner from Grand Funk Railroad play a nostalgic concert at 7 p.m. Thursday, October 8 at Pompano Beach Amphitheater. Tickets are $28 and $68 at TicketMaster or by going to www.pompanobeacharts.org.

October 14 The pride of Coral Springs, Florida, New Found Glory, plays a gig with Yellowcard at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, October 14 at Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale. Tickets are $24.50 advance and $28 day of show. Call 954-449-1025.

October 15 Blues great Buddy Guy rocks the house at Seminole Hard Rock Live in Hollywood at 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 15. Tickets are $34, $44 and $54. Call 800745-3000.

concert at Josephine Leiser Center, 221 S.W. Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Featured are violinist Dmitri Pogerelov, pianist Silvje Vidovic and cellist Iris van Eck. Single Tickets are $40. Students are $15. Call 954-761-3435 or go to chameleon@gsta.net. October 30 If you like Asian-American comedian Margaret Cho, you’ll have to journey to Miami Beach to see her “PsyCho Tour” at the Fillmore at Jackie Gleason Theatre. Curtain is 8 p.m. Friday, October 30 and tickets are $29.50, $39.50 and $49.50. Call 800-745-3000. Wrapping up the month is the dynamic duo of Billy Stritch and Jim Caruso in the Royal Room Cabaret of the Colony Hotel in Palm Beach, with shows at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday October 30 and 31 and again November 6 and 7. Call 561-659-8100 for reservations and information.

October 16 Television star Jerry Seinfeld does his stand-up comedy thing for a two-night stand at 7 p.m. October 16 and 7 and 9:30 p.m. October 17 at Kravis Center in West Palm Beach. Tickets start at $60. Call 800-572-8471. October 23 Match Box Twenty’s front man, Rob Thomas of Orlando, is a solo headliner now. He can be heard in concert at 8 p.m. Friday, October 23 at Seminole Hard Rock Live. Tickets are $59, $69 and $79. Call 800-745-3000.

October 25 The very classy Chameleon Music Series begins at 3 p.m. Sunday, October 25 with a “Hispanic Heritage”

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entertainment ║ gotta READ

Gotta Read

By LISA MARIE

Dashing Through the Snow: A Christmas Novel by Debbie Macomber October 6th, 2015

Savor the magic of the season with #1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber’s newest Christmas novel, filled with warmth, humor, the promise of love, and a dash of unexpected adventure. Ashley Davison, a graduate student in California, desperately wants to spend the holidays with her family in Seattle. Dashiell Sutherland, a former army intelligence officer, has a job interview in Seattle and must arrive by December 23. Though frantic to book a last-minute flight out of San Francisco, both are out of luck: Every flight is full, and there’s only one rental car available. Ashley and Dash reluctantly decide to share the car, but neither anticipates the wild ride ahead. At first they drive in silence, but forced into close quarters Ashley and Dash can’t help but open up. Not only do they find they have a lot in common, but there’s even a spark of romance in the air. Their feelings catch them off guard—never before has either been so excited about a first meeting. But the two are in for more twists and turns along the way as they rescue a lost puppy, run into petty thieves, and even get caught up in a case of mistaken identity. Though Ashley and Dash may never reach Seattle in time for Christmas, the season is still full of surprises—and their greatest wishes may yet come true.

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Humans of New York Stories (Signed Book)

by Brandon Stanton October 13th 2015 In the summer of 2010, photographer Brandon Stanton began an ambitious project -to singlehandedly create a photographic census of New York City. The photos he took and the accompanying interviews became the blog Humans of New York. His audience steadily grew from a few hundred followers to, at present count, over twelve million. In 2013, his book Humans of New York, based on that blog, was published and immediately catapulted to the top of the NY Times Bestseller List where it has appeared for over forty-five weeks. Now, Brandon is back with the Humans of New York book that his loyal followers have been waiting for: Humans of New York: Stories. Ever since Brandon began interviewing people on the streets of New York, the dialogue he’s had with them has increasingly become as in-depth, intriguing and moving as the photos themselves. Humans of New York: Stories presents a whole new group of people in stunning photographs, with a rich design and, most importantly, longer stories that delve deeper and surprise with greater candor.

Career of Evil (Cormoran Strike Series #3)

by Robert Galbraith, J. K. Rowling October 20th, 2015 When a mysterious package is delivered to Robin Ellacott, she is horrified to discover that it contains a woman’s severed leg. Her boss, private detective Cormoran Strike, is less surprised but no less alarmed. There are four people from his past

who he thinks could be responsible — and Strike knows that any one of them is capable of sustained and unspeakable brutality. With the police focusing on the one suspect Strike is increasingly sure is not the perpetrator, he and Robin take matters into their own hands, and delve into the dark and twisted worlds of the other three men. But as more horrendous acts occur, time is running out for the two of them... Career of Evil is the third in the highly acclaimed series featuring private detective Cormoran Strike and his assistant Robin Ellacott. A fiendishly clever mystery with unexpected twists around every corner, itis also a gripping story of a man and a woman at a crossroads in their personal and professional lives.

Playing with Fire (Signed Book)

by Tess Gerritsen October 27th, 2015 Tess Gerritsen, the New York Times bestselling author of the Rizzoli & Isles series, now gives us a gripping standalone thriller. In a shadowy antiques shop in Rome, Julia Ansdell happens upon a curious piece of music— the Incendio waltz—and is immediately e n t ra n c e d by its unusual composition. The mournful minor key and complex feverish arpeggios appear to dance with a strange life of their own. Back in Boston, when Julia plays the notes for the first time, the music has a terrifying and unexplainable effect on her young daughter, who seems violently transformed. Determined to track down the music score’s origins, Julia travels to Venice—and uncovers a dark secret that not only dates back to the Second World War, but also directly involves a dangerously powerful family who will stop at nothing to keep Julia from bringing the truth to light.


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entertainment ║ Concert Review

Zappa Plays Zappa at the Culture Room By skip sheffield photos by tom craig

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Dweezil Zappa is a lot better looking than his famous “Mothers of Invention” father Frank Zappa. He may be a better guitar player too. I can’t say for sure, because I never saw Frank Zappa play live. However, his son Dweezil keeps the legacy alive with a “Zappa Plays Zappa” travelling show which played the intimate Culture Room in Fort Lauderdale in September. Zappa played his dad’s “Once Size Fits All” album in its entirety. His band is phenomenal. Scheila Gonzalez (not a typo) plays keyboards, sings like a bird, and also plays sax and flute. Ben Thomas is the main singer, but keyboardist Chris Norton also sings and plays a variety of brass instruments. Drummer Ryan Brown sings too, but bassist Kurt Morgan sticks to his instrument, as does Zappa, playing a cherry red Gibson SG much like the one his father favored. “Zappa Plays Zappa” celebrates the 40th anniversary of “One Size Fits All.” Frank Zappa fans are legion, almost like a cult, but Dweezil seems OK with that. As for me, I most appreciated Frank Zappa’s caustic wit. “What’s the Ugliest part of your body?” I think it’s your mind. And for gosh sakes “Don’t Eat the Yellow Snow.” I am confident Dweezil Zappa will return to South Florida playing his own stuff, which is pretty darn good.


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health & beauty ║ pain relief

Injured in an Auto Accident?

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By Dr. John Conde

There are several variables that contribute to the likelihood of being involved in an auto accident which include the speed of the vehicle, design of the vehicle, road design, skill of the operator, and whether the operator was impaired while driving.

The most common injuries sustained in an auto accident include strain/sprains of the neck (whiplash) or of the lower back, herniated discs, contusions (bruises), abrasions (scratches), lacerations (tearing of the skin), knee injuries, and rotator cuff injuries. The most ominous injuries include traumatic brain injuries, fractures, and internal organ disruption. The neck and the lower back are the most vulnerable and susceptible regions in the body for injury in an auto accident. In regards to the neck, whiplash is the most common occurrence. It is impossible to prevent the neck from snapping forward and backward during impact. This action creates micro-tears in the ligaments and tendons that hold the neck on top of the body. Subsequently, secondary to the forceof the impact the rubber like material between the vertebrae called the intervertebral disc can tear. The intervertebral disc is made up of an outer, resilient layer called the annulus fibrosus and an inner gelatin-like substance called the nucleus which is an irritant to nerves. Upon tearing, the nucleus can herniate out of the disc and irritate spinal nerves producing neck or lower back pain and pain into the arm or leg. The impact experienced in an automobile accident may also have more ominous results such as a traumatic brain injury (TBI) or mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI). Physical and cognitive symptoms may result such as headache, nausea, dizziness, problems concentrating, difficulty with short term memory, spasticity, weakness in the limbs, and gait difficulties. The 46 October 2015 | www.AtlanticAveMagazine.com

brain can shift forward and backward in in the skull in response to the violent forces put on the body producing a brain contusion which is termed a coup-contrecoup injury. Another brain injury occurs when the brain shifts excessively in the skull shearing the neurons on the outer surface of the brain. In any case, some level of neurological injury occurs in most auto accidents whether through direct or indirect trauma. A comprehensive examination must be conducted after the accident to detect the extent of neurological and orthopedic compromise. Once the diagnosis is made, treatment should be conducted immediately with a goal of reducing inflammation and restoring function. The current gold standard for soft tissue injuries such as strains and sprains and even intervertebral disc injuries is Class IV High Power Laser Therapy. This FDA approved, orthopedic tool enhances tissue healing by tenfold by increasing energy and protein production in the damaged cells through a process called angiogenesis which develops new blood vessels to increase circulation to the damaged tissue. It also accelerates the release of oxygen molecules from the hemoglobin in the blood to the local tissue. The gold standard for the rehabilitation of disc herniations is a procedure termed non-surgical spinal decompression therapy. This process significantly reduces intra-discal pressure and promotes retraction of the herniation into the disc and facilitates influx of oxygen, proline and other substrates. The promotion of fibro elastic activity stimulates repair and inhibits leakage of irritant sulphates and carboxyl-

ates from the nucleus. The most recent trial sought to correlate clinical success with MRI evidence of disc repair in the annulus, nucleus, facet joint and foramina as a result of treatment and found that reduction of disc herniation ranged between 10% and 90% depending on the number of sessions performed, while annulus patching and healing was evident in all cases. Lastly, neurophysiologic rehabilitation must be conducted to treat the under functioning brain regions through a process called plasticity. Plasticity is the process by which a neuron can change according to the environmental stimuli it is exposed to. The gold standard for TBI and MTBI rehabilitation is the Dynavision D2 which is used across the world in major rehabilitation hospitals and in many collegiate and professional athletic programs. It works on visuo-motor-spatial skills as well as on a neurological process termed “efferent copy” which integrates two very important regions of the brain; the cerebellum and the frontal lobe. These areas of the brain are responsible for everything that makes us human such as problem solving, timing, sequencing, planning, initiating though processes, and coordination. The user is required to manually compress targets made up of 64 LED lights that are blinking in a strategically established manner according to the neurological presentation of the person. 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

“Fall into Peeling” with a pumpkin Peel

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By Thomas C. Balshi, M.D.

Autumn has arrived in Delray Beach, and although we may feel refreshed that cooler air is on the horizon, the long, hot, sunny summer days may have left our skin craving refreshment.

Did you know that the vegetable (arguably a fruit) most symbolic of Fall is also one of the best kept secrets for skin care? Pumpkins signify harvest, holidays and loved ones gathered around the dinner table in celebration. They also conjure visions of JackO-Lanterns, scary Halloween faces, and the Mount Vesuvius pimple that may emerge on the chin after over indulging in trick or treat candy. Surprisingly, pumpkins can also be the source of healthy, radiant skin throughout the holiday and winter seasons. That’s right—pumpkin is no longer just for pie and carving funny faces from a fruit. It can also be used as a peel leaving the skin feeling wonderful. This amazing face rejuvenating pumpkin peel revitalizes skin because it contains the highest concentration of salicylic acid of any plant, providing potent keratolytic properties (skin smoothing and softening) 48 October 2015 | www.AtlanticAveMagazine.com

and pore cleansing action. Additionally, pumpkin boasts more than 100 beneficial components with the highest concentration of vitamins A, C, and beta-carotene found in any fruit or vegetable. Its aroma is divine, elevating the Balshi MD Med-Spa experience to an ethereal level. The perfecting pumpkin peel has simultaneous actions: it exfoliates and detoxifies as it draws impurities out of the skin while introducing vitamins, enzymes, and nutrients into the skin. It is an excellent treatment for those seeking new radiance for the holidays, as it stimulates circulation, promotes an antioxidant healing process and provides vitamin nutrition at the cellular level. The perfecting pumpkin peel will even out discolorations (melasma) of the skin and lighten age spots; it will shrink pore size and minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Unlike more harsh chemical peels,

there is no downtime with the pumpkin peel. This peel will ensure that your skin will be glowing with a healthy radiance from the moment each dreamy experience concludes. Ahhh Pumpkin! It’s more than a decorative Halloween tradition or a seasonal pie filling. It is one of the most nutritional sources of skin healing vitamins and minerals ever combined in a luxurious dermatologic spa facial. At any age, don’t we all need a “treat” in the season of pumpkins and goblins? The skin perfecting pumpkin peel will bewitch your skin and leave it with a mischievous, enchanting glow. Dr. Thomas C. Balshi 4665 W. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33445 561-272-6000 southflderm.com www.balshimd.com


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health & beauty ║ Your Dental Health

Don’t Fear the Dentist!

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Don’t let dental anxiety keep you from having a healthy smile

Do you suffer from fear of the dentist? If so, you’re not alone. As many as 40 million Americans share your fear, with some 4 to 8 million so fearful that they avoid dental visits all together. Sadly, avoiding the dentist leads to declining oral health, generating greater fear and anxiety, continuing the cycle of anxiety and avoidance. The types of fear can range from minor anxiety to various forms of psychiatric disorders, such as dentophobia (an inordinate fear of dental treatment), aichmophobia (a pathological fear of all sharp objects), or trypanophobia (an extreme or irrational fear of needles). For others, their fear may be triggered by the sights, sounds or smells of the dental office or the confines of the dental chair, and an overall feeling of not being in control. Regardless of fear’s form or ferocity, it’s difficult for people to visit their dentist unless the pain becomes unbearable. This pain probably could have been avoided with regular preventative care, but it’s not too late to try and overcome your fears for the sake of your health.

What Dentist are Doing to Help Helping patients hurdle the obstacles of their fear should be the priority of every practice. Through the skilled use of sedation, dentists can manage their patients’ fear and pain. For many, local anesthesia may be all that’s needed to achieve a calm and pain-free experience. For others with mild to moderate anxiety, oral sedation or nitrous oxide (laughing gas) can be used for relaxation. Those with heightened anxiety can benefit from conscious IV sedation. Unlike oral medications, conscious IV sedation affords the dentist the ability to control the degree of sedation throughout the procedure, as 50 October 2015 | www.AtlanticAveMagazine.com

needed, to ensure the patient’s optimal comfort and ease. The administration of IV sedation requires special training and certification. Placing your care in the hands of a fully-qualified practitioner will increase your confidence and quiet your anxiety. For patients with extreme anxiety, or those facing complex or lengthy procedures, IV sleep sedation is a fear-quieting option. Sleep Dentistry Genuine Sleep Dentistry is both fully tranquilizing and fully amnesiac, allowing you to relax and not focus on the sights, sounds and smells of the dental office. Until now, though, most patients had to bear the high cost, inconvenience and added stress of hospitalization in order to safely take advantage of the benefits, but no longer. Sleep Dentistry, which is admin-

istered in the dental office, allows the dentist to erase years of neglect in one visit, enabling patients to receive the care they desperately need. The key to coping with dental anxiety is to discuss your fears with your dentist. Once your dentist knows what your fears are, he/she will be able to work with you to determine the best ways to make you less anxious and more comfortable. Your dentist can also review every step of every dental appointment and procedure so you feel more in control. It’s never too late to receive optimal dental health, and don’t let your fear hinder your chances of making the most out of your beautiful smile!

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health & beauty ║ Body Beautiful

Putting Together a Workout Plan

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Exercise is a huge part of a healthy lifestyle. Whether you are trying to shed a few pounds, gain muscle, or completely transform your body, diet and a strict workout regimen is key. However, once you start getting familiar with your weight training and cardio program where do you go from there? Many people know how to exercise, but may not be so sure of how to separate their workouts and schedule routines to benefit their bodies the most. Looking at a workout regimen, a common question is: What body parts do I train together? How many times a week should I train those areas? And how many rest days should I allow myself in between? This can be a confusing breakdown if you are not familiar with how to follow a weekly workout. First things first: create a practical and realistic routine that you can stick to 100%. Completing workouts each week will not only boost your strength and endurance, but it will also boost your self-esteem. There is always a sense of accomplishment when you can cross one workout off of your list. Next, take a look at your overall goal. For some, aside from losing weight, might want to bulk up their arms and tone their upper body. With this goal in mind, you should focus at least four workouts a week on your upper body. Keeping with that plan, your entire upper body then needs to be split up into even smaller sections. For example - in order to increase the muscle mass in your upper body, you want to focus on back and biceps - one day only. The following day you work chest and triceps, take a rest in between with some core and cardio, and follow up with a day of shoulders. There is no need to go crazy with the amount of time you spend on these workouts. Most important is to focus on the amount of reps and sets you choose to complete, regardless of how long it takes you. A workout consisting of five different exercises in one full set, and then repeating that set three times total will be a great workout for the day.

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Now lets not get resistance weight training confused with cardio routines in the gym. A combination of both cardio and weight training will be the exact recipe you need to reach your goals. But depending on what you specifically want to accomplish over time, will determine the amount of cardio days needed in a given week. The most effective form of cardio for weight loss is HIIT Cardio. This stands for High Intensity Interval Training. An example of this form of cardio is a workout consisting of sprints on the treadmill for about one minute followed by a minute of rest or walking on an incline. Anything that allows you to exert your energy as much as possible for a short intervals followed by a rest is a good way to burn those calories and shed fat! An overlooked but extremely important and healthy component is to make sure you take rest days to ensure proper muscle recovery. Your workout routine will dictate when you incorporate rest days. If you choose to work glutes and thighs one day, you will want to take at least a day of rest or a day of cardio in before working legs again. You may decide to do glutes and thighs one day, cardio the next, back and biceps following that, and then back again to glutes and thighs. The proper daily scheduling of your workouts can be the integral part to your journey towards success. While this all may sound like a lot of information to grasp, do not worry. There are plenty of articles that can be found online or consult a fitness professional to further explain the proper structure of workout routines. Below is the regimen I am currently following myself and continue to follow as I set out to burn fat and bulk up all while eating clean along the way! Monday – Legs, Tuesday – Chest, Wednesday – Back, Thursday – Shoulders, Friday - Arms and Core Isolation, Saturday - HIIT Cardio, Sunday – Rest Mintfit 111 ReFresh ReShape ReEnergize 111 East Atlantic Avenue Delray Beach 561-274-7477 www.mintfit.com


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special feature ║ lee cohen

LEE COHEN Personal Injury Attorney With A Heart By diane feen

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It’s easy for Lee Cohen to look up to the stars for inspiration. One reason is that this local Delray personal Injury attorney stands six feet tall; the other is his magnanimous personality that has supported many in their quest for greatness.

Cohen’s head and heart are always in sync when doing good in the community (and for the children living within its boundaries). He is recently spearheaded a fundraising campaign in which his firm matched donations up to $5000 for the safety patrol at Pine Grove Elementary School to insure they get to the national conference in Washington DC. He is also the title sponsor of the Boca Flag Football League. But there’s another reason that Cohen’s smile has upped its wattage lately. He is running a very upbeat TV commercial over 15 times a day on major TV stations. The commercial – that features 20 local Delray residents shot at 12 different Delray busi54 October 2015 | www.AtlanticAveMagazine.com

nesses – is folksy and friendly with a legal slant. But you won’t see any bookcases and serious law speak within its scope. “People who need lawyers are often intimidated by the process of finding one. They don’t know what to do and are often scared about the entire process. My goal is to help simplify the process for those injured in an accident and allow for them to just focus on feeling better.” The commercial – that is quite charming – was created by Ryan Boylston of Woo Creative and produced by Brave Man Media with the goal of making the law profession look more personable and approachable. “Law firms get a bad rap because they seem

impersonal, harsh and uncaring. Lee Cohen says through his actions that he is personable and caring. He was a pleasure to work with and let us run with this unique and powerful new trend in advertising,” said Ian LaQua, head of production for Brave Man Media. The commercial was shot with local clients and friends of Cohen’s in Delray Beach. The spot highlights their humanity - and our common humanness - in a respectful yet upbeat way. “I wanted people to feel comfortable enough to call and reach out to me. I never want anyone to feel pressured into making a decision. I just want to make sure that they understand their rights.”


Cohen has another reason to see the sunny side of life. He recently moved his office from a quaint location south of Atlantic Avenue to a larger more citified site right in the heart of downtown Delray (on the Avenue). With loft ceiling heights, wood-like flooring and large picture frame windows, this space is one part Manhattan and two parts Delray folklore. “I wanted to make a change – we had outgrown our last location. This new office and location is phenomenal and beautiful. We needed more space and we couldn’t ask for a better location.” If the answer to all real estate questions is – location, location, location, then Cohen is in the central orbit of Delray Beach. “Clients love our new location. We didn’t lose our personal touch and it’s not too corporate – it’s anti-stuffy,” said Cohen whose background space is inhabited by a large modern black and white DeBilzan painting. This central hot spot fits Cohen’s Delray proclivities to a tee. He adores the Delray vibe and the way the community rallies around one another. If you’re looking for Cohen you can often find him eating lunch at local restaurants with other Delray professionals. If you can’t find him there his other call to action is his well known moniker – 1-800-CALL-LEE. According to Ryan Boylston, President of

Lee’s new office above Atlantic Ave.

Woo Creative, Cohen is truly his namesake. “People are always saying ‘call Lee.’ They call him when they need money for turkeys for Thanksgiving at the high school; they call him for help with charitable causes and when they need an attorney. This whole campaign grew organically. Lee is so much a part of Delray that it’s become natural to say, call Lee.” Cohen has also recently become a board member of the Delray Beach Chamber Proud dad with his proud daughter, Kylie

of Commerce, and is co-owner of Smoke BBQ in the center of town. “I am a minority owner of the restaurant, and am laying down roots in Delray Beach. This is the most up and coming area of South Florida. It’s become a big town with a small town feel. Delray Beach is driven by relationships and we support our own. This is my home; I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else.” That is one reason he works closely with Woo Creative, The Buzz Agency and Brave Man Media. Though Cohen teamed up with Ft. Lauderdale personal injury law firm Carner, Newmark and Cohen, he is their Delray Beach superstar. “At Carner, Newmark and Cohen, LLP. we provide our clients with the utmost in professional legal representation during their time of need. Unlike some law firms who dabble in a wide variety practice areas, our practice is devoted to personal injury law exclusively.” Cohen is also on the board of Prep & Sports, mentored high school students and attends fundraisers for good causes (often with wife Lindi). It is his commitment to making Delray Beach a great place to live that has garnered him the unspoken title of Delray Beach Good Guy. And it’s not unfounded. “Lee’s heart is in the right place. He helps the kids understand what is important in life and he’s always there for them to talk to,” said Tavarius Jackson, Head Football Coach of Atlantic High School and founder of Prep & Sports. CARNER, NEWMARK AND COHEN LLP. LEE COHEN, ESQ 411 East Atlantic Avenue Suite 200 E Delray Beach, Florida 561-859-0900

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special feature ║ art-sea living

Art is more than just a hobby... It’s a lifestyle at

Art-Sea Living By Nicol jenkins

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Walls of colorful paintings from local artisans, seashell picture frames, handmade jewelry, and an art studio filled with pottery and art creations bring out your inner artist. All this and more can be uncovered at ‘ArtSea Living’, a quaint boutique and art gallery located on Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach. The boutique supports local artisans and carries an eclectic array of unique art pieces from talented artists right in your backyard. The owner Barbara Lentz, known as Babs to her friends and customers, is also a gifted artist and entrepreneur. Babs runs the store with her two daughters, Sami and Kirsten, and fiancée Rody with the goal of inspiring others to find their inner artist. Her love for art started at a young age, painting and making paper dolls and clothing. Then, she continued her passion by selling children’s clothing and accessories to boutiques in Miami. She decided to open her own store in Boynton Beach 11 years Driftwood Art

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As soon as you enter the artsy boutique, you feel a jolt of creative energy and are inspired to create an art masterpiece or, quite possibly, a Picasso work of art.

Owner, creator, lover of art... Barb

ago, and then moved to the City of Delray Beach a year ago. “I was inspired to open my own boutique. I saw how people were buying my work, and I realized it was a niche market if I opened a boutique gallery and helped other artists sell their craft,” said Babs. Her motto is for her customers to live the artful lifestyle, and she believes in “the Art of Business and the Business of Art”. Inspiring others through art and really listening to what her customers want is what sets the local boutique apart from the rest. “People are called into the store. There’s such a great creative energy when you walk in. I believe the energy comes from the art that goes into the creations and comes out

when you are walking around the boutique or creating a painting in our art studio,” said Babs. “Everybody is creative; they just have to tap into it. Everyone needs to find a balance in their life and a creative outlet to refresh and rejuvenate.” Babs has created that relaxing place for her customers. The boutique side of the business offers sea and beach themed art such as paintings by local artists, custom jewelry, home décor, vintage and antique furniture, candles, creative gifts, boutique items and art of all mediums, along with a 1927 baby grand piano in the center of the store. There is truly something for everyone.. from beautiful paintings of Delray Beach to handmade necklaces and much more.


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In addition to buying a unique piece of art, you can also become an artist. The Art-Sea studio provides a tranquil setting for budding artists and those that simply want to unwind and forget about everyday worries. A large mural called ‘Leaves of Love’ adorns a wall, with inspirational quotes such as: “Owning your own story can be hard but not nearly as difficult as spending our lives running from it.” Customers from all over, as close as Delray to as far as London, can post their own inspirational quotes and then another person can take their quote home with them and use that as an inspirational mantra. Glass and pottery painting as well as other make and take projects are available daily, on a “walk-in” basis. Many classes are also offered to bring out your inner artist including: paint your own pottery, come clay with me for children and parents, fine art classes, mosaic, wine glass painting, kid’s art camps, and much more. The art studio is a perfect setting for a birthday party, to celebrate a special occasion with friends, corporate team building, featured artists events, artisans’ fairs, and meet and greet with the artist events. They have also started, Art Studio On Wheels, where Babs and her daughters can bring the art party to your special event! Visit www.artstudioonwheels.com. Babs is happy to inspire others to become artists and to mentor future artists right here in Delray Beach. “This is my love, my passion, and when you can monetize your love and your passion, you don’t work a day in your life!” said Babs, adding. “All ages can enjoy art and we are promoting the artsy lifestyle. What makes Art-Sea Living unique is the fact that we teach the art as well as sell the art and now we will be coming to people’s homes and venues. I absolutely love the art of business and the business of art!” Stop by Art-Sea Living and get inspired and discover your own passion for creating a unique piece of art! Art-Sea Living 514 East Atlantic Avenue , Delray Beach, FL 33483 561-737-2600 | www.artsealiving.com.

Nicol and Sam painting in the studio

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special feature ║ Nicole’s new age boutique

Your Future Awaits at

Nicole’s New Age Boutique By Nicol jenkins

retail boutique on 4th ave

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All your worries melt away and you feel an instant sense of calmness as you breathe in the positive aura in the new age store. Once greeted by Nicole, owner and renowned psychic, you feel at ease and know you are in good hands… Nicole is truly a gifted psychic with 25 plus years of expertise. That gift shows in her readings. Unlike a majority of psychics that probe and ask their clients questions before reading their palm or tarot cards, Nicole doesn’t ask any questions before a reading. In fact, she only asks her clients if they want any other guidance after the reading. And after that reading, you will be amazed and telling your friends: “How did she know that?”

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The moment you walk through the doors of Nicole’s New Age Boutique, your life will be changed for the better. Her response to being so accurate: “I read the energy from a person, and I use the tarot cards as a map, the lines of a palm, and their date of birth and connect all areas to detail a reading or something going on in the near or far future.” In actuality, Nicole’s New Age Boutique goes beyond just getting a reading about your past, present and future. She truly cares about each of her clients’ well being and wants them to have a happier life. Nicole acts more as a psychic intuitive counselor and has guided many people in the areas of love, family, finances, health, marriage and negative surroundings. She has also helped on all matters that concern people the most such as: decisions in business, Celtic cross tarot spread

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money, relationships and family problems. To the skeptics, she says it’s important to have an open mind before a reading. “When I am doing a reading, I want the person to be relaxed so I can hear what they are trying to achieve. It’s more than just getting an answer about their career or love life, it’s about trying to heal that person in terms of mind, body and where they will be going in their life,” said Nicole. Going beyond just answering a question about your life or relationships, Nicole gives direction and advises clients to use natural remedies and to tap into their own psychic abilities. “If someone wants to get a relationship back on track, I direct them to tap into their own spirituality to get control of their future. My clients are not just getting a reading but I’m helping them get a day-to-day perspective of their thoughts. I tell them to focus on the positive; it is truly about what you put out into the universe,” she said. The local psychic has impressed many with her readings. She has a well known new age boutique in Midtown, Miami and has


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clientele throughout the U.S. and internationally. She has also been hired to do readings at the Standard Hotel, on ESPN radio to predict the winners for the NFL, and has been voted Best Psychic by the New Times, just to name a few of her accolades. She currently has two boutiques located in Delray Beach at 916 5th Ave, and 80 NE 4th Ave. Her boutiques offer palmistry, tarot card readings, handwriting analysis, reiki healing, chakra balancing, horoscope charts and past life regressions. What also makes the boutique unique is the retail aspect. Clients can buy quartz crystals, scented candles, tarot cards, incense, aromatherapy oils and bath salts, spiritual healing guides and more. Nicole is also available for readings at private parties, birthdays, holiday parties and events. “I find it rewarding when people come back and tell you about their predictions and that they did come true. Also to see their appearance change and their attitude towards life and different situations, it is rewarding to know that you made that positive change in their life,” said Nicole. Let Nicole predict your future and guide you in the right direction. She’s predicting that the City of Delray Beach will continue to have positive growth and expansion with the opening of more restaurants and businesses. Discover what is in store for you! Call Nicole today for an appointment. She is offering an introductory special on a tarot card reading for first time clients for only $25, until January 1st. Nicole’s New Age Boutique 80 NE 4th Ave, Unit 12, Delray Beach, FL 33483 (down the street from PeterMark Salon and across from the Fountain Square Plaza) 561-303-3220 | www.psychicreadingsbynicole.com

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special feature ║ fleet feet sports

FLEET FEET sports A Runner’s Paradise By diane feen

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It was love at first sight for Nick and Mackenzie Stump. They loved the vibe of the Avenue, the restaurants and the artsy buzz of Pineapple Grove.

Raised in North Carolina both Nick and Mackenzie had never been to South Florida when they arrived in Palm Beach County on their honeymoon in 2013. “My in laws had a house near Delray and my motherin-law made a list of things for us to do. The first thing on the list was to walk Atlantic Avenue and eat at one of the restaurants. We ate at Tryst and liked it so much we came back three more nights,” said Mackenzie with a smile. But they don’t regret that decision. As a matter of fact, their passion for city by the sea enveloped their thoughts like a tidal wave. Within a year they packed up their things and headed to Delray to put down roots. Mackenzie teaches English at Atlantic High School in the IB Program and Nick has rooted himself firmly within his comfort zone as well. “I grew up running cross country, track and marathons, but worked as a Social Studies teacher in North CaroWith so many options, Fleet Feet Sports is sure to have the right fit for you

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Owners Nick & Mackenzie Stump are excited to help build a stronger running and fitness community

lina. With my new store (and profession) I get to teach people about the benefits of proper fitting shoes, apparel, healthy running and a healthy lifestyle.” The world that Nick and Mackenzie now inhabit is called Fleet Feet Sports. Located on Federal Hwy and Linton this 2,400 square-foot-store is filled with the latest technology in running shoes, apparel, technical wear, sports bras, specialty socks, Tshirts and recovery equipment. From its interior space to every inch of its material matter getting (and staying) healthy is at

the zenith of its core. “We listen to our customers’ stories. We ask questions and give recommendations. We have all brands of running shoes from Brooks, New Balance, Adidas, Asics, and so much more. If your feet hurt and you don’t know where to go, come here,” said Nick. There are CW-X leggings that improve biomechanics during motion, high end running shoes with absorbable foam, mesh sneakers with wicking properties and seamless technology. The colorful Balega socks come in varying thicknesses and


Customers are invited to the FIT stool to talk about questions, needs, and goals

Superfeet Premium insoles help soften the blow of life (and your body weight) and make your shoes fit better. They also have a large selection of Addaday self-massage equipment. There are rollers, balls and wands that allow you to manipulate muscles, warm up tissues and relax tired body parts. Fleet Feet Sports also has compression sleeves with pockets for ice and calf sleeves with icing packs. They sell Mace pepper spray, OOFOS sandals, water bottles and running socks in every color and style. For the person who wants to run long distances or marathons Fleet Feet Sports has other ingenious products. Neon waist belts from Nathan Sports stretch to your waist and have a zipper to hold your essentials. Their smart phone carriers (that fit on your arm) make communication and movement coexist beautifully. If you are finicky about comfort Fleet Feet Sports sells Laser Perforated T-shirts (with no seams), reflective bands, HOKA running shoes that look like a Tesla for your feet, socks and support devices that ease Plantar Fasciitis woes. “Everything we do is to find ways to enrich people’s lives so they can feel comfortable. We want exercise and running to be fun,” said Nick, who is endearingly passionate about his new athletic store. Fun is a key word when it comes to the mind set of both Nick and Mackenzie. They offer weekly Fun Runs on Monday and Thursday at 6:30pm - and all are invited. They also attend local running events and have a tent where they offer massages and nurturing for the body and spirit. They are involved in the “No Boundaries” Couch to 5K training programs. “On November 21st we will be at the Coconut 5K Run and Walk to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters at Okeeheelee Park.” Because Fleet Feet Sports is driven by its passion for the city it inhabits they support local businesses and causes. Just recently they purchased nylon and spandex leggings and shorts from a local Delray company called Hallow & Plank. Nick and Mackenzie are thrilled to be a part of Delray Beach and even more excited about supporting the active healthy lifestyle that characterizes the town they love. All you have to do is step inside their store and you too can witness the miracle on Federal.

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special feature ║ oRCCA hyperbaric center

The Miracles Of

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in South Florida by Diane Feen

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Ray Cralle has been on mission for the past 40 years. And, Its’ been to heal those who come to see him.

As a renowned Physical Therapist specializing in Neuro-Rehabilitation and Sports Rehabilitation, Cralle has worked with children and adults with various disabilities. Some are famous Polo players, NFL and NHL players and others who need Cralle’s tender touch. In the past 20 years Cralle’s passion has been to treat veterans suffering from concussive brain disorders or PTSD. He was one of the first to pioneer, treat and tout the miracles of Hyperbaric Oxygen. Cralle worked with Dr. Richard A. Neubauer and together they saw the healing power of HBO for patients (and veterans) with these maladies. “We have been treating veterans pro bono since 2009 with HBO. A team of doctors and myself have treated veterans who have come from all over the country. Many were on ‘Black Box’ drugs with side effects such as depression, suicide and an inability to function in society,” said Cralle, who was a keynote speaker during the Annual Meeting of The National Association of State Directors of Veterans Affairs in Orlando on September 2nd. Cralle is very happy these days. He’s happy that the mainstream medical community, Veteran’s Executives and politicians are acknowledging what he knew all along – that HBO can help people that have had strokes, brain injury, concus66 October 2015 | www.AtlanticAveMagazine.com

Dr. Cralle in the hyperbarics room

sions and other related medical problems. Originally, the treatment consisted of five to six hours of neuro-cognitive testing, brain imaging, and 20 hyperbaric treatments followed by repeat brain imaging, another 20 hyperbaric treatments and a final psychological testing. “The original findings rattled clinical

psychologist Jeffrey Gran, who could not believe the rapid cognitive improvements found in his testing. It was confirmed by the brain imaging results noted by William Maxfield, M.D. As an old Marine I served with people who had similar injuries (from exposure to blasts in the military) that could not live normal lives after-


wards. Had Hyperbaric Oxygen been available to them many of their symptoms would have disappeared,” said Cralle. Cralle is thrilled that the Florida Veterans Foundation is working with the Florida Department of Veterans Affairs to get a Bill sponsored like the one passed in Oklahoma that allows veterans free access to HBO. Cralle knows this would benefit not only the veteran, but society as a whole. “There are over 80,000 new individuals living with significant, permanent disability due to TBI. To date, the Center for Disease Control estimates five million are clinically impaired. Medical (and indirect costs) were approximately $60 billion in 2003. Lifetime cost for one surviving TBI individual can reach $4 million. Total cost of care expenditures is $12.5 billion. Savings accrued if brain injured vets were restored to preinjury levels is $8.9 billion. Total cost of HBO per veteran is $10,474.40 (40 sessions).” Cralle’s ORCCA Hyperbarics in Delray Beach is the only free-standing hyperbaric facility in the United States that offers Physical Therapy on site. They are also the only center in the United States to be paid by the Veterans Administration to treat Blast related injuries. Cralle is working with stem cell companies such as STEMEDIX. “They have found that by reducing inflammation, HBO enhances Stem Cell ‘take.’ We are getting calls from all over the world,” said Cralle who has treated people from Nigeria, France, China, Germany, Canada and all over the US. One person whose life was saved by Hyperbaric Oxygen is Retired U.S. Army Brigadier General Patt Maney. Maney was suffering from a traumatic brain injury after an explosive device went off near him in Afghanistan. His traumatic brain injury almost destroyed his civilian life as a judge. “Maney spent 20 months at Walter Reed Army Medical Center but credits hyperbaric oxygen treatments he received as a true miracle. Judge Maney created ‘Veterans Treatment Court’ within Florida’s Courts.” Cralle plans to collaborate with Miami Veteran’s Hospital on a study of the effects of HBO on veterans with concussive brain injuries. Cralle calls these injuries “The Silent Wound of War.” “All we need is the money ($2 million) required to treat these veterans and develop the study. We operate a 501(C) (3) charitable foundation called Hope Springs that supports veterans and others who don’t have the funds for treatment.” Cralle and ORCCA (Oxygen Rescue Care Centers of America) has been recognized by top politicians and military brass for work with veterans. He was recently called “The Hero of a Hero” by former Navy Commander Dennis O. Baker, who authored a book called “Restless Hearts.” Hyperbaric oxygen also helps stroke victims, Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Parkinson’s disease, Lyme Disease, Dementia, Alzheimer’s, Post Concussive Syndrome, Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, Sports Injuries, Near Drowning Accidents, Carbon Monoxide Poisoning and many other conditions. For information contact ORCCA at: 561-819-0412 or email: orccahbo@yahoo.com www.ORCCAHBO.com 525 NE 3rd Avenue, #107 Delray Beach, FL 33444

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special feature ║ The Seagate Spa

Enhance your skin. Elevate your mood. Essential oil treatments personalized for you at

The Seagate Spa by LINDA BROWN

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The way we look and the way we feel are intricately intertwined. To reflect this unique connection between mind and body, The Seagate Spa offers essential oil treatments that adeptly address both the inner and outer states of our being.

The Seagate Spa features a long list of skin and body treatments incorporating aromatherapeutic body oils from revered British spa and skincare brands, Elemis and ESPA. Better still, each luxurious treatment is custom designed to address the unique skin problems and emotional concerns of the individual receiving it. All face and body treatments are 100% natural and suffused with precious essential oils. The oils are highly effective at hydrating dry skin and breathing new life and vitality into a tired complexion. But perhaps the most unusual benefit of the ESPA body oils is that they work systemically with your emotions as well as your skin. You’ll achieve both short- and long-term results to the body and the mind. To determine your best treatment, the spa’s highly trained therapist will sit with you to custom design a program that addresses your unique problems, such as a dull complexion, dry skin, sagging jowls, or puffiness under the eyes, for example. Just as important, you’ll be asked about your emotional state. Are you feeling anxious? Depressed? Under the weather? Have you been experiencing muscle aches or pain due to an overly strenuous workout routine? Based on your answers, the consultant will narrow your choices down to two essential oils. Each oil has its own specific benefit. From this point, your nose will help you make the final determination. Through sensory testing (using your sense of smell), you’ll choose which option to incorporate into your treatment. Just relax, inhale deeply, 70 October 2015 | www.AtlanticAveMagazine.com

and go with the one that feels right to you. Let the aroma guide you. If soothing is what you need, your nose may choose a blend of sandalwood, rose geranium, frankincense, and myrrh, which calm and quiet the mind from everyday worries. This blend can also ease tired, tense bodies into blissful sleep. If resistance is a concern, a potent well-being duo of tea tree and eucalyptus will help revive and enhance natural defenses while invigorating your mind. Sweet orange, rose geranium, and lavender have a restorative effect, easing anxiety, dispelling nerves, and bringing about a sense of optimism. For detoxifying, purifying skin, and boosting circulation, a combination of cypress, juniper berry, and grapefruit will help your body naturally sweep away toxins, while uplifting your spirits. Intensely invigorating peppermint, eucalyptus, and rosemary have an energizing effect, revitalizing sluggish bodies and weary minds. Overdone the fitness routine? You’ll probably be drawn to the deeply warming and relaxing Indian bay, clove bud, and lavender combination. It’s especially good at easing joint and muscular aches and pains pre- and post-workout. These richly luxurious and light oils are available in number of treatments, including facials, body treatments, and therapeutic massages. They are also available to take home to extend your therapy. In fact, ESPA oils are ideally suited to using at night when your skin has time to fully regenerate. As for choosing the right treatment method, it depends on your needs. To relax

and renew, consider an ESPA Aromatherapy Massage. This Balinese-style massage addresses concerns ranging from jet lag to a lackluster immune system. The ESPA Restorative Ritual is the perfect remedy to melt away muscular tension. Want to leave your skin feeling deeply cleansed, moisturized, and looking flawless? Choose the Exotic Lime and Ginger Salt Glow. Maybe there’s a particular area of the body you wish to focus on. If so, try an Advanced Hand and Foot Ritual or the Frangipani Conditioning Hair and Scalp Ritual. The latter uses Polynesian monoi oil to soften both the skin and hair. Or, exercise a little couple’s therapy by enlisting your significant other in the Frangipani Body Renewal. Whatever your inner or outer beauty needs, The Seagate Spa has the optimum solution for restoring balance and beauty. To book your personalized consultation and treatment, call 561-404-1555. Or, visit TheSeagateSpa.com.


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special feature ║ COUNSELING

Higher Power

By john davis, lmhc

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“Strive to be a non-anxious presence in an anxious system” my coach had said during a wilderness hike in the high mountains of California.

“Families, corporate teams and community organizations often develop fear, turbulence and dysfunction when anxious and become less effective.” A “non-anxious presence” (coach, parent, manager, guide, therapist) can bring welcome clarity and resilience. On retreat, I learned to calm my thoughts and relax my body using my breath awareness and exercises to release tension held in my body. The result was an immediate increase in mental focus and available energy. No experience since has more powerfully changed my view of helping others. Lowering and strengthening our basic “emotional set point” can bring calm and greater awareness during stress and experiences of high emotion, especially sorrow, frustration and anger. Being highly aware is a great habit. Constant “hyper-vigilance”, not so much. Some of the primitive parts of our brains, like the tiny, almond shaped amygdala, promote a constant state of readiness below our awareness. Like other animals, we are hard wired to maintain a state of alert, like a “force field” carried unconsciously using energy wastefully. Research has shown that it can elevate pulse and blood pressure, increase emotional sensitivity and cause pervasive worry, including excessive rumination over past events. No surprise that depression is so prevalent in our culture. While these natural bodily reactions served us well when dinosaurs threatened, they’ve remained a vestigial, “out of whack early warning system” with nothing real to fear. Some people “medicate” this discomforting “uptight-ness”

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with alcohol, drugs and caffeine, even food...thereby shortening lives and reducing the quality of experience. We can manage anxiety naturally with guidance and practice. The benefits of regular, methodical slowing down and increasing our sensory perceptions are many and can bring about rapid feelings of strength, energy and enjoyment. Try it next time traffic grinds to a halt in front of you. With red brake lights as your cue: Relax your hands and shoulders. Breathe deeply. Be grateful for something. Notice the sky and trees. Remind yourself that this will soon pass. Go about your journey more mindfully.

The increased capacity for self-regulation of physical and emotional states I’ve gained from practicing a few basic disciplines like yoga and meditation has increased my strength and patience. The awareness has shaped my life and professional practice profoundly. Our kinder, resilient, more generous “Buddha nature” lies within us. I think of it as our “higher power”. We can access this unique and life changing force with every breath and every step. John Davis, LMHC Licensed Mental Health Counselor 561-213-8030 www.johndaviscounseling.com


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special feature ║ delray beach marketing cooperative

Get Your Groove on in the Grove BY STEPHEN CHRISANTHUS

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This October the Delray Beach Marketing Cooperative invites you to Get Your Grove On, a weeklong celebration of the arts in the Pineapple Grove Arts District and Artists Alley.

Grove week as it is called, aims to raise awareness for all the artistic disciplines that are ongoing in Pineapple Grove through a serious of events and activities. Visual and performing arts are an integral part of the Delray Beach community and this celebration aims to let people experience what is available for them to enjoy and participate in yearlong. Here are just some of the fun activities which will be going on Grove Week:

Tuesday, October 13th: 6-9pm Chamber Contacts & Cocktails at the Hyatt Place with live music Wednesday, October 14th: 6-9pm Drum circle at Old School Square Park Thursday, October 15th: 6-9pm Artists Alley Open Studios night with 2 stages, bands and food by 3rd and 3rd Friday, October 16th: 7:30-10:0pm Free Friday Night Concerts featuring the Jay Blue Band and Grove artists Saturday, October 17th : 10:30am Art Walk starting at Old School Square Park – Artwalk pointing out murals, sculptures and galleries in the Grove

Be sure to visit the restaurants, merchants and galleries that are holding open house events and specials all week including, Autumn Abstractions at Addison Gallery, Beauty Bash at Scarlet Ivy, Healthy Happy Hour at Schrier Family Chiropractic and the Grand Opening of Conte’s Gourmet Italian Deli. There are so many ways to become involved and enjoy the arts year round so come out and get your Grove on! For a complete listing of all the events and activities go to OnTheAveDelrayBeach.com 74 October 2015 | www.AtlanticAveMagazine.com


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special feature ║ Joe Gillie

Appreciating Joe Gillie

A Personal Reflection on His Retirement

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I remember the time I met Joe Gillie. It was 25 years ago and he was a board member at Old School Square, which at the time was a fledgling experiment in a town trying desperately to change its narrative.

It was 1990 and Delray Beach was a very different place. In March, the city held a landmark election and elected a slate of candidates who promised to reform government, bring stability to City Hall and implement what was being called a “Decade of Excellence.” The 80s had been a rough decade for Delray, also known as “Dullray” back then. The city had serious crime issues, the downtown had major vacancies and the crack cocaine epidemic had engulfed entire neighborhoods. But there were signs of hope all around. Visions 2000 brought people together. There were plans to reform schools, a new CRA was doing good things, historic districts were being established and the Decade of Excellence Bond passed with huge voter support, promising over $20 million in needed improvements and beautification. A year later a visionary police chief was hired and a new chamber president too. It was a time of hope and promise and Old School Square was at the forefront of civic endeavors charged with being a catalyst for downtown revitalization. Two years after I met Joe. He became President of Old School Square. By 1993, he was in charge of our first bid for an All America City Award, and when I say he was in charge, he was in charge. Joe managed every detail using his theatre background to craft a presentation that literally blew the judges in Tampa away. I recently found archival footage of that event and it was remarkable to see our diversity and spirit in action— and it was remarkable to see Joe’s leadership at its most impactful. He incorporated young and old, black and white, east and west into a team. In baseball 76 October 2015 | www.AtlanticAveMagazine.com

they call it clubhouse chemistry; that intangible that makes champions. Joe was the architect of that chemistry and the vehicle was the All America City Competition. When you view the footage from that event, you see a young Mayor Tom Lynch, civic giants like C. Spencer Pompey, dedicated city staff like Lula Butler and Dorothy Ellington, residents like John Tallentire and Sandra Almy and you just marvel at the energy, spirit, humor and camaraderie. There was trust among neighbors, people loved their city and trusted their local government enough to go millions of dollars in debt in order to achieve a vision. Old School Square itself was a big risk, and you can see in founder Frances Bourque’s eyes her trust and belief in a young Joe Gillie to pull off a vision, that if successful, would mark a huge turning point in the city’s rich history. In hindsight, winning that first All America City Award was the propellant we needed as a community to tell the world that things in Delray were changing and we were serious about lifting up all parts of our community. Joe Gillie was at the forefront of those efforts. He, along with many others, helped to win two All America City Awards and we became the first city in Florida to do so. But Joe was our captain. In Joe, we trusted. He kept this city focused, laughing and moving forward through good times and challenging times. Joe was a different kind of leader. He wasn’t walled off in some office, he could be found in the trenches, usually with a broom in those early days, but always with a larger than life personality that greeted patrons, promoted shows,

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programs and classes and always talked up the larger goal which was building community through culture. We hear, often, how people are replaceable. How no one person is larger than the mission or more important than the enterprise. Part of that old saw is true, except that people are not replaceable. There will be people who serve as President of what is now called the Delray Center for the Arts and hopefully they will do a great job in the role. But there will never be another Joe Gillie. He’s an original; a Delray original by way of Virginia. In August, I attended a surprise party for Joe at Smoke. It’s not easy to surprise Joe, but it happened. Many of his friends were there and it was a wonderful night, full of memories and laughs, but with Joe in the room there is always talk about the future. Joe is departing from his role, but he’s not retiring. He’s a creative force and creative beings don’t stop inventing and innovating. He will act. He will sing. He will write. He will paint and he will continue to be a vibrant and positive force in our community.


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special feature ║ Family Promise

Family Promise

Helping Families Get Back On Their Feet By LINDA BROWN

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October is National Family Promise month. While that fact is not widely known, the Family Promise movement is an important one and Delray Beach is at the forefront with a small but wonderful organization called Family Promise of South Palm Beach County leading the way.

The organization, with a small but dedicated staff, board and volunteers, is doing yeoman’s work helping families facing adversity get back on their feet. Family Promise of South Palm Beach County works with a network of churches, support agencies, donors and volunteers in Delray Beach and Boca Raton. “We are always seeking volunteers and donors,” says Gary Rosen, a Delray real estate professional who is on the organization’s board. “Family Promise is a wonderful organization that provides real value to families.” What attracts donors and volunteers is the holistic philosophy of the organization. Rather than provide temporary assistance and a hand out, the organization works to stabilize families and offers assistance with job hunting, child care, interviewing skills and any other issues that might prevent a sustainable return to a safe and secure lifestyle. The organization is beginning to gain a lot of traction in the community and uti-

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lizes very unique outreach strategies to cultivate support and understanding for the mission. Executive Director Michael Diamant holds frequent community lunches with prominent residents and business leaders in an effort to educate them about the mission. The lunches are not fundraisers, but awareness raisers, allowing key players to understand and engage with the mission. So far, the efforts are paying off. The Delray Beach Initiative, a group that raises money for local charities is one local group that has embraced Family Promise’s mission. The Initiative, founded by Chuck Halberg, owner of Stuart and Shelby Development, held a “Back to Woodstock” event this spring that attracted over 200 people and raised thousands for Family Promise. The basic philosophy of Family Promise is simple: the organization believes that every child deserves a home, a stable home. Family Promise of South Palm Beach County transitions families experiencing homelessness to sustainable independence and financial stability. Family Promise of South Palm Beach County is an interfaith organization that depends on 1,200 active volunteers representing 19 congregations to accomplish its objectives of providing temporary shelter, food, financial management training, family counseling, and access to transportation, educational scholarship funding and a formal long-term mentoring program to

ensure successful life transitions for its clients. The Family Promise movement is growing and is now in 42 states and has 188 affiliates. Being an affiliate of Family Promise guarantees a considerable and growing national presence, as well as an experienced staff of specialists to assist with training, strategic planning, conflict resolution and to provide continuing resources for development. The local affiliate serving Delray and Boca receives support from several Delray congregations including: St. Vincent Ferrer Catholic Church, which provides housing, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Cason United Methodist Church, Church of the Palms, First Presbyterian of Delray Beach and Temple Sinai. Congregations provide food, hospitality, and lodging to the families in the program. At any one time, there are at most four guest families and no more than 14 people in the program. The intimacy of the program allows services to be tailored to ensure that families get back on the path to stability as quickly as possible. For more information or to get involved as a volunteer or donor, please visit http://www.familypromisespbc.org/


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special feature ║ delray beach center for the arts at Old school square

Free Friday Concert Series Opens October 2nd Delray Beach Center for the Arts will launch the 2015-16 Entertainment Season on Friday, October 2nd with the opening of the Free Friday Concerts at The Pavilion. The Center will take this opportunity to introduce new President/CEO,Rob Steele to the community at large. The festivities begin at 6:30 p.m. with First Friday Art Walk in the Cornell Museum of Art, a Center for the Arts Showcase in the loggia with information on performances, lectures, classes, workshops and volunteer opportunities, and a food truck expo on the grounds. At 7:30 p.m., the Center’s Board of Directors will introduce Steele from the Pavilion stage, followed by the first Free Friday Concert featuring the Roots Rock and R&B sounds of the Otis Cadillac Band. The 2015-16 Free Friday Concert Series will feature 17 concerts from October 2 through January 22. With something for everyone, it’s music for the masses! All concerts start at 7:30 p.m.; weather permitting; free admission; donations appreciated. Bring lawn chairs, and bring the family,

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but no pets or outside food and beverage. Food trucks and cash bar are available at every concert.

Free Friday Concerts Season Line-up October 2 October 9 October 16 October 23 October 30 November 6 November 13 November 20 November 27 December 4 December 11 December 18 December 25 January 1 January 8 January 15 January 22

THE OTIS CADILLAC BAND (Roots Rock/R&B) REMIX (Top 40 Rock/R&B) JAY BLUE BAND (Blues) G & THE FUNKY STUFF (Funk/Soul/Jazz) LAZY BONEZ (80’s Rock Covers) ORANGE SUNSHINE(60’s Covers) THE MOTOWNERS (Motown Tribute) B STREET BAND (Bruce Springsteen Tribute) SIMPLY TINA (Tina Turner Tribute) JOEL DASILVA & THE MIDNIGHT HOWL (Blues/Rock/Soul) STRING THEORY BAND (Rock to Reggae) WILD FIRE BAND (Violin Rock/Blues) PANGEA (Top 40 Rock/R&B) GYPSY LANE (Top 40 Rock/R&B) ON THE ROXX (80’s Covers) GALO’S TRIBUTE TO SANTANA TURNSTILES (Billy Joel Tribute)

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The 2015-16 Season Sponsor is Delray Motors. Presenting sponsor for the 201516 Free Friday Concert Series is the Delray Motors automotive group: Lincoln of Delray, Delray Subaru and Delray Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram. Delray Beach Center for the Arts offers “a total arts experience™” through events, theater, exhibits and learning opportunities. Celebrating 25 years of arts excellence, the historic campus includes the intimate Crest Theatre (in the restored 1925 Delray High School building) the Cornell Museum of Art (in the 1913 Delray Elementary building), and the Vintage Gymnasium (c. 1925). The Pavilion, which opened in 2002, hosts outdoor concerts and festivals. The School of Creative Arts (located on the second floor of the Crest Theatre) offers art, photography, writing and performance classes. The Center also serves as a venue for community, corporate, private and media events. For information on performances, exhibits, classes or facility rentals, call 561-243-7922 or visit DelrayArts.org.


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regulars ║ city people

City People

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TERRA SPERO Leader – Social Media Maven – Mentor By Diane Feen

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Terra Spero came into this world on a high note. Her birthday is on Christmas Day and the gifts she received on that auspicious occasion have made her one of the most respected social media experts in the country.

But it’s not just her wisdom in the wired world that has garnered her a reputation presidential hopefuls would slay a dragon for. “Terra is an amazing person – she’s startling impressive, astonishing and after spending time getting to know her, you walk away wondering where she came from and why there aren’t more people like her,” said Jeffrey Lynne, a partner at Weiner, Lynne & Thompson, P.A. To answer Lynne’s question – Spero is from Elmira, New York and comes from very humble beginnings. Quite the opposite of what one would think after meeting this blond beauty with the piercing green eyes. Spero attended Corning Community College in New York and after two years found herself dreaming about palm trees and sunshine, not six-foot snow drifts (that catapulted her from Elmira to Ft. Lauderdale). After graduating Magna Cum Laude from Nova Southeastern University (where she was a presidential ambassador) she earned a Master’s Degree from Barry University. Spero’s first job after graduation was with an International Retail Services Company in West Palm Beach – and it was here that her talent was recognized and rewarded. “When I was 22-years-old I was hired to be the recruiter for this organization. When I got there they had a huge turnover rate, and within four months I reduced it by over 100 percent. For five years I worked in many departments until I ultimately landed in Marketing. The COO realized I have the ability to analyze a situation, come up with a solution and then fix it.” This talent has been the force behind the wind that moves Spero forward in her career, community involvement, volunteer work and family life. She’s been married to Tom Spero for ten years, has two talented children (nine-year-old Zachary and seven-year-old Jackson) and is the CEO and co-founder of RealTime Marketing Group. But that’s only the moniker on her website. Spero is also a community prodigy who is on the Executive

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Board of the Chamber of Commerce (formally the communications chair and now the events chair), the Achievement Center for Children & Families Foundation Board, Dare 2 Be Great, and the past Vice-Chair for the Site Plan Review and Appearance Board. As Delray Beach’s first social media marketing agency Spero has spread her digital wings and become a social media superstar. She speaks at local and national conferences such as the Social Media Strategies Summit, the International Downtown Association, the DMA, FFEA, and IFEA. She has conducted workshops for U.S. Bank, Keds, J.M. Smucker Co, Department of Defense, PayPal, AARP, Wet ‘n Wild Orlando, Costco, CVS and the USGA. But, there is one award that comes close to her orbit quite often but hasn’t landed on her digital doorstep – yet. “I have been a finalist for Business Person of the Year in Delray for the past four years but haven’t won. I’m the Susan Lucci of this award,” said Spero, who admits it is an honor just to be a finalist for this prestigious local award. Spero is also deeply committed to her family – and credits her husband Tom with enabling her to devote so much time to the community and her career. But one realizes after meeting her that her extended family is really the entire city of Delray Beach. “I am passionate about Delray and love the fact that it’s like a small town where everyone knows your name. It is important to me that my children grow up in a community where they have to hold themselves to a higher standard of accountability because of that.” It seems that Spero has set goals for her children that she herself has accomplished majestically. “Terra is bright, creative and sensitive. She’s a good person who gives her all to the things she loves - her family, her clients and her community,” said former mayor Jeff Perlman. Others agree. “Everything Terra does is with fervor


and when she commits – it’s one hundred percent. She truly cares about our community and is not afraid to challenge the status quo often bringing a new perspective,” said Stephanie Seibel, CEO Achievement Centers for Children & Families. If the name Terra Spero doesn’t ring a bell, that’s because she is a quiet force behind many a great endeavor. Her digital media agency focuses on creating the voice behind local businesses and municipalities. She has worked to digitalize and magnify the presence of cities such as Delray Beach, West Palm Beach, Pompano Beach and Dania – winning awards along the way.

Some call her a thought leader – others know she’s a galaxy made up of moving parts that change to meet the digital tide. “Terra is one of the most intelligent and talented young women I have met. With her social media expertise she continues to take our events to the next level,” said Nancy Stewart-Franczak, Executive Director of Festival Management Group. But Spero’s presence in many of these endeavors is quite ethereal – like that of a puppet master. “We are behind the scenes as much as possible. People want to connect with people – not an agency.” To know Spero is to know that she is pas-

sionate about everything that passes her gaze. When her son Zachary was a baby she put a video of him dancing on YouTube and it garnered a half million viewers. After posting one of him eating a pickle, the Oprah Network called. “That’s when my husband said I should get a job instead of making our child a project.” There are a lot of people that are thrilled that Spero has directed her brilliance and steely determination outward. Lynne is one of them. “Terra is a community leader whose passion is to make life better for every citizen of Delray. She doesn’t lead by demand. You simply want to follow her.” www.AtlanticAveMagazine.com | October 2015

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dining ║ restaurant review

Thai Food To Dream About

HOUSE OF SIAM By Diane Feen photos by melissa korman

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Thai food is by nature a whirlwind of flavors and spices that take you on a journey to the unknown. Luckily owner Pian has the master plan all figured out before you even utter a word.

That’s why I let her be my culinary concierge in hopes that there might be a hidden recipe or entrée that had eluded my senses and my palette. Forever a creature of habit – ordering the House of Siam House Sizzler - has made me a very happy customer for many years. Not to be controlling or unyielding I decided to let Pian send over what she deemed officially the best food coming out of the kitchen. And to my delight I was ecstatic about her choices. I made up my mind that this meal would be a revelatory experience with tastes and flavors of the unknown. It would be a day of change – a respite from the mold permeating my premises (and my nasal passages). First up was a sushi dish that was new to me – but not to regulars Larry and Beverley of West Delray Beach. The name is simply 92

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Tuna Wanton but its order in the hierarchy of sushi was masterful. The fresh sushi (supremely fresh) was served on a crispy wanton with tempura flakes and a sweet glaze. The combination of textures and tastes made it a must try on your next trip to this neighborhood restaurant. Next up was Miso Yaki Salmon that came with a side of veggies and a sweet and sour sauce. After eating salmon at other restaurants that tasted like it was fished from the East River in NYC, this salmon was superb. It was so fresh that it felt like it swam its way to my table. It was not frozen or leftover from last week’s menu. At prices as reasonable as these it’s hard to find salmon this good. It was flakey (like you want your fish but not your friends) and had a tenderness to savor (in ecstasy). This dish is real a winner - take my word for it. Another surprise was one of the specials of the day – Chicken with a peanut sauce with broccoli, pea pods and carrots. The sauce was tangy and sweet with a light peanut flavor that enticed my senses into an unknown realm. It was a far cry from the thick heavy peanut sauce that adorns this dish at other restaurants. Pian and Patrick have a talent and passion for creating dishes from their native land. That’s why art dealer Mirek comes from Palm Beach to indulge his senses and culinary longing for Thai food at House of Siam. “I love it here, the food is excellent. I order the crispy duck - and at these prices you can’t beat the service - and the food is always fresh,” said the distinguished gentleman with the mane of silver hair sitting at the outdoor courtyard of House of Siam. For romance or natures effulgence the outside patio can cure whatever ails you. Larry and Beverly enjoy House of Siam so much they come a few times a month. Beverly could not stop raving about the special eggplant with basil and pork (and added you can get any protein you want). Larry is smitten with the crispy duck and fresh veggies, and also loves the drunken noodles. As he sat courtyard with the House of Siam Volcano Sizzler with shrimp I experienced a bit of Sizzler envy. Because everyone (including me) knows that their sizzler dishes are made with special sauces and served piping hot at your table. The House of Siam has been in business in Pineapple Grove for the past 16 years for good reason. They serve fresh food, homemade and delicately balanced with herbs and spices that don’t overwhelm the dishes

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or the diner. They have vegetarian and gluten free meals and cater to their customer’s desires and medical challenges. If you have food allergies – or like your food on the milder side – all you have to do is ask. They will prepare your food just the way you like it. “When we left Thailand we searched for an authentic Thai restaurant that would capture the flavors and tastes of the rich culture we left behind. We couldn’t find such a place, so we created one,” said coowner Pian, who is always beautifully dressed in authentic Thai dresses. Both Pian and Patrick’s dedication to excellence makes the food at House of Siam like a buried treasure unearthed. Some of the most popular dishes in the Thai tradition are Young Coconut Curry, House sizzler or Volcano Sizzler, Pad Thai, Green coconut Curry served in a coconut, Shrimp and Chicken Dumplings and Spring Rolls. Where else can you get a dish brought to your table sizzling hot (with chicken, beef,

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pork or tofu) with stir fried cucumbers, onion, bell pepper, cashew nuts, fresh spinach and topped in a delicious peanut sauce? After years of success in their quiet courtyard they added a sushi bar and fresh sushi to the menu. And we’re glad they did. Their sushi selection is of the highest quality and can be sassed up with tasty citrus and spices. The “Sushi Boat for One” is a sushi lover’s paradise. Served in a large wooden ship it has sushi and sashimi with a California roll that looks so fresh it might have just docked nearby. A meal at House of Siam is a wonderful trip to exotic places and spaces that will tantalize your senses. The food is fresh and masterfully prepared with a myriad of mystical flavors that will definitely uplift your mood and peak your culinary desires. HOUSE OF SIAM 25 NE 2nd Avenue #116 Delray Beach 561-330-9191 www.houseofsiam.info

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Recipe

dining ║ recipe

Chef Sharon Aloisio

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Prosciutto Wrapped Stuffed Summer Figs

ingredients (serves 4)

8 Medium-Large Figs 8 Tablespoons Goat cheese or Gorgonzola cheese 8 Thin Slices Prosciutto di Parma Balsamic Glaze

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Preheat oven to 425 degrees Cut a cross in the top of each fig and open slightly. Using a pastry bag, squeeze about one tablespoon of cheese filling into the fig. Wrap a slice of prosciutto di Parma around each stuffed fig. Place figs on a baking sheet and bake for 8-10 minutes or until cheese mixture begins to melt. Place on a platter with spring mix salad and drizzle with Balsamic Glaze. Buon Appetito!


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dining ║ guide We at Atlantic Ave Magazine try to keep our Dining Guide as accurate as possible for our readers benefit, however this can sometimes be a difficult task. We may omit some eateries and others may have moved or closed. If you are not listed in this guide we apologize but please feel free to e-mail lisa@atlanticavemagazine. com and we will get your details entered for the following month. By the same token, if you see a listing that is no longer there then please e-mail lisa@ atlanticavemagazine.com and it will be removed for the following month. Your help in keeping our Dining Guide up-to-date is very much appreciated.

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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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 HiWay Burger 12 SE 5th Ave, DB 561-243-6430 Hudson At Waterway East 900 E. Atlantic Ave St. 22 DB, 561-303-1343

Shula Burger Delray Marketplace Atlantic & Lyons DB, 561-404-1347 Smoke Inn BBQ 8 SE Atlantic Ave., DB 561-330-4236 The Beat Cup Cafe 660 Linton Blvd 109,110 DB 561-266-2611 The Grove Restaurant 187 NE 2 Ave., DB 561-789-8636 The Office 201 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-276-3600

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

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

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

The Porch Restaurant 85 SE 6th Ave, DB 561-303-3647

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

Tryst 4 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-921-0201

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Outback 1300 Linton Blvd, DB 561-272-7201

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

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

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

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

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

Salt7 32 SE 2nd St, DB 561-274-7258 Seacrest Grille (Marriott Hotel) 10 N Ocean Blvd, DB 561-274-3200

Grand Tavern 710 Linton Blvd, DB 561-279-2779 96

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

Asian/Sushi/Chinese Buddha Sky Bar 217 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-450-7557 China Gardens 14402 S. Military Trail, DB, 561-498-5226 House of Siam 25 NE 2nd Ave #116, DB 561-330-9191 Lemongrass Bistro 420 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-278-5050 Ming’s Garden Chinese 271 NE 2nd Ave, DB 561-276-3333 Yama Japanese Restaurant 44 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-266-9929 Ziree Thai & Sushi 401 W Atlantic Ave, DB 561-276-6549 Continental/Greek Apeiro Kitchen & Bar 14917 Lyons Rd. Delray Marketplace 561-501-4443


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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 Café De France 110 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-455-2140 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

Taverna Opa Restaurant Greek Cuisine 270 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-303-3602 The Greek Bistro 1832 S Federal Hwy DB, 561-266-8976 Thirty Two East 32 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-276-7868 Coffee/Dessert Ben & Jerry’s 1155 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-272-3112 Coffee District 325 NE 2nd Ave, DB 561-455-0541 Couture Cakes 142 SE 6th Ave, DB 561-279-1828 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

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

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

Spot Coffee 44 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-455-4041

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

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

Starbucks 205 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-243-9332

The New Vegan 528 NE 2nd St. DB 561-404-5301

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

Starbucks 502 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-265-3273 The Grind Cafe Delray Marketplace Atlantic & Lyons 561-270-3036

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

Health Food Ciao Sidewalk Café 1208 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-278-4520

Bella Amici Pizzeria Delray Marketplace Atlantic & Lyons 561-270-3025

DIG Restaurant 777 E. Atlantic Ave, DB 561-279-1002

Cafe Gelato Panini & Wine Bar 506 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-501-4574

Fit Food Express 302 NE 4th St, DB 561-330-4525 Green Fields Organic Bistro 4900 Linton Blvd. DB, 561 501-4169

Café Loredana 85 SE 6th Ave, DB 561-272-8887 Caffe Luna Rosa 34 S Ocean Blvd, DB 561-274-9404 Carrabba’s Italian Grill 335 E Linton Blvd, DB 561-266-9393 Casa Di Pepe 189 NE 2nd Ave, DB 561-279-7371

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

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

Honey 16 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-270-7187 Hurricane Bar & Lounge 640 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-278-0282

Saltimbocca Italian Bistro 14820 S. Military Trail, DB 561-455-4017

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

Sazio 131 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-272-5540

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

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 Tramonti Italian Ristorante 119 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-272-1944 Vic & Angelo’s 290 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-278-9570

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

D’Angelo Pizza Tapas 16950 Jog Road, DB. 561-381-0037

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

D’Angelo Trattona 9 SE 7th Ave, DB 561-330-1237

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

Dee Dee’s Conch & Rib 25 SW 5th Ave, DB 561-276-1124

Il Bacio Restaurant & Lounge 29 SE 2nd Ave, DB, 561-865-7785

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

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

IL Contadino Ristorante 165 NE 2nd Ave, Pineapple Grove, DB 561-330-0004 Il Girasole 1911 S Federal Hwy, DB, 561-272-3566 Luigi’s Coal Oven Pizza 307 E. Atlantic Ave, DB, 561-274-1969 Mamma’s Pizza Co 401 Atlantic Ave, DB 561-266-2811

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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 El Camino 15 NE 2nd Ave, DB. 561-865-5350 Senor Burrito 142 SE 6th Ave #E, DB 561-278-5757

City Oyster 213 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-272-0220

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

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

Checkers 450 W Atlantic Ave, DB 561-278-9939

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

Christina’s Restaurant 263 NE 2nd Ave, DB 561-278-3200

Sandwiches by the Sea 1214 E Atlantic Ave, DB 561-272-2212 Subway 301 W Atlantic Ave, DB 561-278-5959

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Bogart’s Bar & Grille 3200 Airport Road Boca 561-544-3044 Boston Market 7020 Beracasa Way, Boca 561-392-2795

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) Cheesecake Factory 5530 Glades Road. Boca 561-393-0344 Cottonwood Café 90 Royal Palm Place, Boca 561-353-2233

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

New York Prime 2350 N.W. Executive Ctr Drive. Boca 561-998-3881 Oceans 18 5801 NW 2nd Av Boca 561-994-0400 Pavilion Grille 391 Yamato Road, Boca 561-912-0000 Pinon Grille, 6000 Glades Road. Boca 561-391-7770

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Rebel House 297 E Palmetto Park Road. Boca 561-353-5888

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

Ruby Tuesday 409 Plaza Real. Boca 561-392-5705

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

Ruth’s Chris Steak House 225 N.E.Mizner Blvd., Boca, 561-392-6746

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

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

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dining ║ guide

Seasons 52 2300 N.W.Executive Ctr, Boca-561-998-9952 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

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 Japango 3011 Yamato Road. Boca 561-999-1263 Kapow Noodle Bar 431 Plaza Real. Boca 561-347-7311 La Tre 249 E.Palmetto Park Rd. Boca-561-392-4568 Lemongrass Asian Bistro 101 Plaza Real South. Boca 561-544-8181 P.F Chang’s 1400 Glades Rd. Boca 561-393-3722 Pei Wei Asian Diner 7152-B Beracasa Way, 561-322-1001 Stir Crazy Café Town Ctr-6000 Glades Rd., Boca 561-338-7500

Sushi Masa & Thai 2240 NW 19th Street. Boca 561-347-0008 Sushi Ray Shops at Boca Ctr-5250, Town Ctr Circle.Boca 561-394-9506

Continental Bakery of France 625 NE Spanish River Blvd., Boca 561-361-4490 Bistro Provence 2399 N.Fed. Highway.Boca561-368-2340

La Luna Italian Bistro The Polo Shoppes-5030 Champion Blvd. Boca 561-997-1165

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

Brio Tuscan Grille 5050 Town Center Circle. Boca 561-392-0344

La Villeta 4351 N. Fed. Highway Boca561-362-8403

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

Casa D’Angelo 171 E Palmetto Park Rd. Boca. 561-996-1234

Maggiano’s 21090 St. Andrew’s Blvd. Boca, 561-361-8244

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

Cote France Café 100K Plaza Real South, Boca. 561-955-6021

Nino’s Italian Restaurant 7120 Beracasa Way, 561-392-9075

Casimir French Bistro 416 Via De Palmas #81, Royal Palm Place, Boca, 561-955-6001

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

Josef’s Table 5030 Champion Blvd. Boca 561-353-2700

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

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

Renzo’s of Boca 5999 N. Fed. Highway. Boca-561-994-3495

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

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

Ristorante Sapori Royal Palm Place-301 Via De Palmas., Boca 561-367-9779

Macaroni Grill 2004 Executive Ctr Drive. Boca 561-997-5492

Trattoria Romana 499 E. Palmetto Park Rd. Boca-561-393-6715

Mario’s Osteria 1400 Glades Road. Boca 561-239-7000

Umbria Renaissance Hotel 2000 NW 19st, Boca. 561-368-5252

Milos Taverna 1600 N Fed. Hwy, Boca. 561-750-6720 Matteo’s 233 S Federal Hwy. Boca 561-392-0773

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

Meatball Room 3011 Yamato Road. Boca 561-409-4111

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

Taverna Kyma 6298 N. Fed. Hywy. Boca 33487 561-994-2828

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

Villa Rosana 9858 Clint Moore Road. Boca 561-470-0112 Italian Arturo’s Ristorante 6750 N.Fed Hwy. Boca-561-997- 7373 Carraba’s Italian Grill 6909 S.W.18th Street, Boca561-544-8838 100 100 October October 2015 2015 || www.AtlanticAveMagazine.com www.AtlanticAveMagazine.com

Josephine’s 5751 N.Fed. Highway. Boca. 561-988-0668

La Rosa Nautica 515 NE 20th St. Boca, 561-296-1413 Rocco’s Tacos 5250 Town Center Circle. Boca 561-416-2131 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 McCormick&Shmick’s University Commons -1400 Glades Rd. Boca. 561-394-2428 Truluck’s 351 Plaza Real. Boca 561-391-0755 Deli/Cafés Ben’s Deli Kosher The Reserve-9942 Clint Moore Rd. Boca 561-470-9963 Boca Beach House 887 E Palmetto Park Road. Boca 561-826-8850 Deli on Rye 4311 N. Federlal Hwy., Boca 561-347-1400 Hotdogopolis 6020 N Federal Hwy. Boca 561-998-5959 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 Toojay’s Gourmet Deli Polo Shoppes-5030 Champion Blvd. Boca-561-241-5903 Rustic Cellar Royal Palm Place409 S.E.Mizner Blvd. 561-392-5237 Boca-561-392-5237

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MISC ║ ask the petxpert

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petXpert

The True Scoop on Poop and Vomit

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here is probably no greater discussion pet owners have with one another than that of their pet’s poop. On every pet chat online, at the dog park, and at any pet friendly event, stories about poop are prevalent. You may ask, “Why so much poop talk?” Well, the basic underlying reason is most pet owners use it to judge their pet’s health conditions. Everyone is seeking a perfect bowel movement. If the poop is the wrong color, size, consistency, off schedule, contains blood or mucous or deviates in any other way, we are led to believe there is a problem. Is it really a problem or even a true indicator of poor health or illness? Is there actually a perfect poop? While our visual perception of our pet’s stool is important, we must also understand the reason it varies or remains the same. Realistically, all types of poop are perfect! The reason is because without the act of excretion, all creatures would not survive. Feces or poop, is a combination of all kinds of metabolic debris derived from indigestible foods, dead and diseased cellular matter and mucous as well as components of other ingested material that is not required by the body. Just as our trash bags will vary

in content from day to day, month to month and year to year, feces will vary in the same manner. Because of this, poop’s consistency is not a measure of our pet’s health but of the condition of the body. Similarly, we all need to understand that the act of vomiting and diarrhea are nothing more than the body purging itself of unwanted or potentially harmful substances in an express fashion. These actions are an event and not normally a “condition.” Our alarm and focus needs to be on what is the cause of this sudden and abrupt purge. We tend to look at the food first, however we need to understand that the food is only the vehicle for removing the problem. Our pets come into contact with hundreds of toxins every day and the body must defend against them. Many people also feed their pets inappropriate foods laced with chemicals and indigestible, harmful ingredients. They are exposed to toxins and poisons in the form of insecticides, vermicides, and drugs that pets must cleanse from their bodies. The makers of these products often add chemicals that will disguise or prevent the body from rejecting these products, thereby resulting in the purging to be even more explosive when it does occur thus creating an

illusion of a very unhealthy pet. The medical approach is the opposite of what our pets require. Their bodies simply need to expel these assaulting compounds. Unfortunately, they are generally treated by trying to prevent the body from doing this with even more unnatural chemicals. Diagnosticians never look at what the actual cause could be. Common sense would tell us that clean, uncontaminated, minimally processed species appropriate foods can only benefit our pets and our own bodies as well. While no one likes to clean up vomit or diarrhea, making the stool unnaturally hard to facilitate clean up is unhealthy. Understanding the true physiological nature of our pets is paramount and should be respected to maintain optimal health. So next time your pet has an accident, feel relieved that the bad stuff is out and cannot now cause a liver, kidney or cancer disease. Bill Piechocki, nutritionist and Dr Diane Sudduth, DVM are partners in Fiesta Pet Deli in Pompano Beach, FL, and are 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.

SEND YOUR QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS FOR OUR PETXPERT TO: PETS@ATLANTICAVEMAGAZINE.COM

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ARTS ║ Beyond the Business Card

Throughout the nation local chambers of commerce strive to strengthen the business interests of their communities, but The Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce has reached beyond conventional methods and fostered a number of creative avenues that could very well change what it means to be a Chamber, and drive business to the next generation. This series will not only take a look inside what this innovative chamber is doing but into the interesting people who are doing it. We are going beyond the business card.

By Stephen Chrisanthus

Photo by Norman Karl Garrett Photography

Delray Beach is known for hosting great events and some of the largest and longest running are put on through the Chamber of Commerce. Events like the Delray Beach Wine and Seafood Festival, and the Delray Affair which is the largest arts and crafts festival in the Southeast United States and will be celebrating its 54th anniversary this upcoming year. But these events couldn’t be possible without an all-star cast of volunteers, and Krug Kruger, Dean Fesette, Allison Good, and Jennifer Aracri are definitely the super heroes of volunteering. All year they show up rain or shine, working long hours on some of South Florida’s hottest days to make sure these events run smooth and everybody who attends has a safe and fun experience. These tireless, passionate people are the kind of individuals that make Delray Beach the amazing community it is. Working along-side them is rewarding, and getting to know them is even better.

In photo from Left to Right:

D.B. Krug Kruger

Allison Good

I was a senior I was a Christian procurement agent and missionary overseas for contract negotiator in a year. Japan and Korea for 4 ½ years while employed by IBM.

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Jennifer Aracri

I back packed through Europe when I was in my 20’s for six weeks by myself.

Dean Fesette

I have cycled completely around the United States, including Key West, Bar Harbor, San Diego and Bellingham.


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December 16 | Wed, 2 & 7pm This new adaptation of Dickens’ classic is a spectacular musical with a heavy dose of humor -- starring award-winning theater veteran, Scott Severance.

BRAD ROSS: Unbelievable!

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December 26 | Sat. 8 pm International star illusionist, Brad Ross has been hailed as magic’s hottest star!

DEC. 18-20 | Fri, 8pm; Sat, 2 & 8pm; Sun, 2pm This ALL NEW show remixes hits by The Beach Boys, Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons and others. This singing sensation is full of personality!

LIVE FROM NASHVILLE JAN. 15-17 | Fri., 8pm; Sat., 2 & 8pm; Sun., 2pm A century of hits by some of America’s most iconic songwriters are performed by proud alumni of The Grand Ole Opry. It’s an all-singing, all-dancing show with the music that made this country great!

ROMANCE ROMANCE

FEB. 5-7 | Fri., 8pm; Sat., 2 & 8pm; Sun., 2pm The award-winning Slow Burn Theatre makes its Crest Theatre debut with a show that’s two musicals in one! This 8-time, Tony nominated show (including Best Musical), features two acts of love and intrigue.

LIVE IN CENTRAL PARK REVISITED -- CONCERT

January 27 | Wed. 8 pm JOHNNY RODGERS and LEE LESSACK “revisit” the iconic concert performed by Simon & Garfunkel in New York’s Central Park on September 19, 1981.

IMPROVISED SHAKESPEARE

February 13 | Sat. 8 pm “SMART, SOPHISTICATED, DOWNRIGHT HILARIOUS” --TimeOut Chicago. Based on one audience suggestion, this company of players creates a fully improvised Shakespearean masterpiece right before your eyes!

RAVE ON! THE BUDDY HOLLY EXPERIENCE

THE STARS OF FOREVER TANGO FEB. 19-21 | Fri., 8pm; Sat., 2 & 8pm; Sun., 2pm The “best of the best” from the sold-out Broadway engagement includes some of the world’s best Tango dancers and renowned musicians in a thrilling showcase of the art of Tango!

SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER

March 1 | Tues. 8 pm Electrifying, high-energy, rock and roll with America's Premiere Buddy Holly interpreter, Billy McGuigan. “RAVE ON IS THE BEST BUDDY HOLLY SHOW OUT THERE” --Tommy Allsup, Grammy

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Based on the 1977 movie starring John Travolta and packed with legendary hit songs from the Bee Gees along with new songs written for the show.

TERRY BARBER: Around the World in 80 Minutes

April 2 | Sat. 8 pm This internationally acclaimed countertenor is known for his extraordinary range, vocally and stylistically. He’s a past member of the Grammy winning group, Chanticleer.

For the Crest BROADWAY CABARET SERIES (Jan.-Apr.), the ROBERT D. CHAPIN LECTURE SERIES (Jan.-Apr.), and for tickets,

go to DelrayArts.org or call 561.243.7922, x1

DelrayArts.org 51 N. Swinton Ave. Delray Beach 33444

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 All dates, times, programs subject to change without notice.


misc ║ Relationships

He Said/She Said:

Internet Dating Part 2 (of 312...lol) By Robert V and Marie T Internet Dating gives us soooo much material to discuss. Many bottles of wine have been consumed by He and She while sharing (often times hysterical) stories - both from personal experience and friends’ nightmare dates. Here are some complaints from He with a rebuttal from She.

He Said:

So, I have been doing a lot of searching on the internet trying to come up with raw data to support my arguments to follow. I finally gave up and had a beer, but here goes anyway. From a man’s perspective: 1. Women lie about their age and weight more than men do. Think about it, no woman ever lets you know her age unless you are putting her on your insurance plan and then, it’s only begrudgingly. Also, the only people I ever see step on to the scales at Publix are men. Knowing these things, why would we ever expect a woman we don’t even know to give us accurate information? Shame on us for believing what someone tells you about themselves. For the record, I don’t know how you ladies walk around in 20 lb shoes as you claim when we accidently see the numbers on the scale you are on. 2. Every woman wants respect, old fashioned values and clean cut. It’s like it is cut and pasted onto the first three lines of every online profile. If that’s true, why do I see the unshaved, tattooed up, loser, borderline homeless bad boys with all my attractive female friends? What is the allure? The challenge? The edginess? Is it the potential for you to become the reason for a parole violation or a Jerry Springer episode? Sheesh! 3. Women want to be equals, yet would never offer to help pay the check at the first meeting. I’m as chivalrous as the next guy, but I have consciously waited long periods of time to see if I would get even a perfunctory offer. You meet a woman on line and she throws around the words “partner” and “equal” in her profile, yet she would never even think to offer to split the tab, much less pay the whole thing. For the record, I would 106 October 2015 | www.AtlanticAveMagazine.com

never ask or even let a lady pay the tab, but a disingenuous offer now and then would be refreshing. 4. No, you can’t have my real name so that you can put me on that secret, dating black-ball list that all women seem to have access to. I’m just saying what all sane men who use their real names would say if given the cloak of anonymity.

She Said:

This is going to be FUN! I’m already laughing...here’s this woman’s perspective: 1. Men lie just as much as women do (on their dating profiles)! We women sometimes “disguise” our age and weight because of how superficial men are! How many dating profiles of 50+ year old men say they are seeking 21-35 year old women?! ALMOST ALL OF THEM! It seems (almost) every quasi-normal eligible bachelor at ANY age only wants to date a tiny model type woman that could be their daughter (ewww, yes - I went there). Also, how many men call themselves “athletic and toned” and then proceed to post photos that are 10-15 ago? Yeah. Lots! 2. Every woman does want respect! Men should want respect too. Some women are attracted to a “Bad Boy” type man, but does

that mean that those men are disrespectful? There may be an allure to some women (I’m not speaking for myself, though), but maybe - just maybe - these women friends of yours (He) are with those men because they are the ONLY men to ask them out! Have you considered that? And who doesn’t want a shot at Springer? (Just kidding on Springer... no one should aspire to be on that circus disguised as a talk show) 3. Now we tackle the equality issue. I definitely do NOT want to be treated equal! I want to be treated BETTER than you!!! LOL ok, I’m kidding. (No, I’m not.) I never expect a man to pay the bill - especially on the first few “getting to know you” dates. I’ve always offered to go Dutch and if denied, I offer to leave the tip. And I’ve done so genuinely. Thankfully I’ve never been taken up on either. Chivalry is not dead. Thank goodness. 4. No, you cannot have my real name - yet. Or access to 25 photos on ANY site. Once we meet, I will come clean - but if I don’t know you, why should you have access to (most of) my life (thanks Google/ Facebook), my kids, my friends, etc? After we meet, all bets are off. That seems fair to me. It’s not that I have something to hide, it’s that I have something to protect.


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Leisure ║ brain teasers

CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS

1. Distance 6. Alleviates 11. Rearwards 14. Old tongue 15. Crop 16. Indian title 17. Smooths out 18. Expertise 19. Particle 20. Keepsake 22. Cultivated land 24. Branches

DOWN

ANSWER TO this PUZZLE will be printed next month.

1. Slight 2. Trim 3. Speck 4. Film 5. Catches up 6. Laxative (5,5) 7. Large boat 8. Fit 9. Sumerian air god 10. Trade 11. Land mass 12. Decorative loop of braid 13. Projecting point 21. Large plant 23. Spear

26. Glow 30. Unsound 34. Fleece 35. Determines 36. Galilean town 37. Wind instruments 39. Insulate 40. Child, pre-birth 41. Keenness 42. Minnesota city (2,4) 44. Wag 45. Organic compound 46. Single out

25. De-icing tool 26. Stopped dead 27. Roundish divisions 28. Sub (1-4) 29. Booking 31. Religious decree 32. Eskimo 33. Discernment 38. Lament 40. John Gould --------, US poet 43. Impulse 47. Nigerian city 49. Give up 50. Due 51. Shut up 52. Type of television 53. Ballet skirt 55. Nub

sudoko

48. Regiment 49. Aper 54. (Trademark) a metal model construction set 59. Sheep 60. Coarse 62. Perforated 63. Hideaway 64. Colossus 65. Wipe off 66. New York time, sometimes 67. Hurdle 68. Pauses

ANSWER TO PUZZLE from last month

56. Unfortunately 57. Gun emplacement 58. Poems 61. Lentil sauce

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: “I” = “O”

ANSWER TO sudoko will be printed next month.

“HIZGSHE SH OSJT SW ZI NT JTAUTC. SZ SW IHOF ZI NT MHCTUWZIIC.” - BAUST VMUST

ANSWER TO sudoko from LAST MONTH

enigma solution will be printed next month.

enigma solution from LAST MONTH “It is not the place, nor the condition, but the mind alone that can make anyone happy or miserable.” - Roger L’Estrange

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If at all possible, don’t miss the HBO mini-series “Show Me A Hero.”

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It was incredible. Great acting, great writing and a subject that is as relevant today as it was when the series took place 30 years ago.

For those who missed it, “Show Me A Hero” is based on a famous housing case in Yonkers, N.Y. in the 1980s. A judge ruled that Yonkers needed to allow an additional 200 units of public housing throughout the city in an effort to stop the concentration of poverty and integrate a highly segregated city. The City of Yonkers fought and fought and fought the decree, creating controversy, racial tension, financial and human hardship. The units were eventually built and were considered a success. The widespread fears of “there goes the neighborhood” were unrealized but the debate took a toll on residents on all sides of the issue. The series is also the story of Nick Wasicsko, the 28-year-old mayor of Yonkers who first got elected by supporting residents who fought the expansion of public housing and then over time changed his position. What’s intriguing about Mayor Wasicsko is that he changed over time and by degrees—a very human evolution. At first, he agreed to the expansion of housing because the city kept losing in the legal arena and it was bleeding the city financially and spiritually. As an attorney, Wasiscko knew the fight was futile and as a pragmatist he wanted to stop the bleeding. But over time, he became a believer and genuinely wanted to help people escape the crushing poverty, crime and violence of the projects. He was named a finalist for a JFK Profile in Courage Award as a result. Along the way, he lost his seat as mayor. He later won a council seat and then lost a political battle with the new mayor who 110 October 2015 | www.AtlanticAveMagazine.com

redrew his district forcing him into a losing battle against his former best friend for a seat. Wasiscko committed suicide at the age of 34. The final part of the quote “Show Me A Hero” is “and I will write you a tragedy”. That phrase was written by F. Scott Fitzgerald and sadly, that is often true. What made me “Show Me a Hero” so intriguing was that it’s heroes were not perfect people, but real human beings struggling with public sentiment, old prejudices, anger and doubt. We’ve been through a long year in terms

of race relations in this country. Ferguson, Baltimore, Staten Island—we’ve all seen the headlines and watched the news. We are not immune.


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