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Behind BackStage SEPTEMBER 6 - OCTOBER 5 • 2016 • VOLUME 18 • ISSUE 9

DELAND BACON & BREW FEST 2016 PG 9 THAT BEER GUY PG 11 BEST NFL DEALS IN TOWN PG 20, 21 NFL CLIP ‘N SAVE TV SCHEDULE PG 31

THINGS WORTH DOING

Local Area Dog Parks .............................. 5 S. Daytona & Port Orange Events ............ 3 Motorcycle and Car Rides & Rallies ....... 23 Live & Local Music Listings ................... 12 Greater Daytona Beachside Events ......... 26 Spotlight On ........................................... 11 The Buzz ................................................ 10 West Volusia Events ............................... 14 Ormond Mainland Events ....................... 18 Concerts in our Surrounding Area ......... 28 Greater Ormond Beachside Events ......... 24 New Smyrna Beach, Edgewater Events ... 15 Bunnell, Flagler Beach, PC Events .......... 18 Greater Daytona Mainland Events ............ 8

FOOD FOR THE SOUL

Craft Cocktail Class ................................. 31 Dining Around Town ............................... 13 Featured Recipe from the Editor ............. 22 Area Farmer’s Markets ............................ 28

WHO MADE IT HAPPEN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Tammy Beck Holmes GRAPHIC ARTIST: DesignK2 CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Ed Irvin Jesse Striewski EVENT EDITOR Kimmie Dibble FOR ADVERTISING INFO CALL

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Jim Hightower ......................................... 5 Smoking Permitted .................................. 5 That Beer Guy ....................................... 11

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To me age is only a number. I am proud of my years and the wisdom I have acquired. I am social and open-minded. I love trying new things and new music. I have no intentions of ever saying, “I am to old for that.” No, I am not telling you all this as an opener for the fact I have a new boyfriend, 20 years younger, and I prefer to be called Cougar (tee hee.) I am telling you (all 50,000 of you,) because I am sporting a pair of shiny silver braces. Yes, I have a grill. It is something I have always wanted to do, so there you have it, I decided I was not to old. It appears I am not the only person who is grinning and bearing this uncomfortable regime at my age. Adult braces has grown to being over 25 percent and up to 40 percent of many orthodontic practices. It takes a very high level of commitment not to mention high pain tolerance. I was speaking to a beautiful woman the other day who told me she wore braces twice in her life and ate mashed potatoes the whole time, talk about conviction! My braces are just a week old, I can feel my teeth throbbing as I type. And it’s an expensive investment, for adults up to $6000 or more. Speaking of commitment, eating, cleaning, even kissing will take on a whole new perspective. But I am here to tell you don’t let it stop you. You can do it! I wish I had done it years ago but other things came first. Better late then never. With all the obstacles I have with braces at my age and facing the possibility that I could be dealing with this for 3 years, not to mention the maintenance after they

are removed, I am still so excited that I did this for myself. I don’t regret it at all! I am not a particularly vain person but I care about myself. I am inspired by beautiful women. Not stars with unrealistic looks and limitless funds, women I meet every day who step up to the plate to feel better about themselves and love to tell you about their adventure to great self esteem. So braces, why not? Money? They offer payment plans. Time, what’s a couple years in the perspective of my life? Pain, pshaw! I gave birth to a couple kids after carrying them around for 9 months, not to mention the pain of raising them. (Just kidding kids.) So I hope I inspire you to take on something you have always wanted to do for yourself. Have a Wonderful September!

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Behind BackStage Pass ............................ 4 Factoids ........................................... 10, 26 Horoscopes ............................................ 29 Crossword Puzzle ................................... 29 Quotable Quotes ....................................... 6

WHERE WE’VE BEEN

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Jim Hightower For more information on Jim Hightower’s work and to subscribe to his award-winning monthly newsletter, The Hightower Lowdown, visit www.jimhightower.com

How the Feds encourage Wall Street banksterism

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ey, stop complaining that our government coddles Wall Street’s big, money-grubbing banks! Sure, they went belly-up and crashed our economy with their greed. And, yes, Washington bailed them out, while ignoring the plight of workaday people who lost jobs, homes, businesses, wealth, and hope. But come on, Buckos – have you not noticed that the Feds are now socking the banksters with huuuuge penalties for their wrongdoings? Wall Street powerhouse Goldman Sachs, for example, was recently punched in its corporate gut with a jaw-dropping $5 billion punishment for its illegal schemes, It’s hard to comprehend that much money, so think of it like this: If you paid out $100,000 every day, it would take you nearly 28 years to pay off just one billion dollars. So, wow, imagine having to pull Five Big Bs out of your wallet! That should make even the most arrogant and avaricious high-finance Flim-Flammer think twice before risking such scams, so these

negotiated settlements between the feds and the big banks will effectively deter repeats of the 2008 Wall Street debacle. Right? Actually, no. Notice that the $5 billion punishment is applied to Goldman Sachs, not to the “Goldman Sackers.” The bank’s shareholders have to cough up the penalty, rather then the executives who did the bad deeds. Remember, banks don’t commit crimes – bankers do. Goldman Sachs’ CEO, Lloyd Blankfein, just awarded himself a $23 million paycheck for his work last year. That work essentially amounted to negotiating the deal with the government to make shareholders pay for the bankers’ wrongdoings – while he and other top executives keep their jobs and keep pocketing millions. What a great role model for young Financial executives! With no punishment the next generation of banksters can view Lloyd’s story as a model for Wall Street success, rather than a deterrent to corruption.

“Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley Cut Chiefs’ Pay,” January 22, 2016.

Barkley Square Dog Park Ridgewood and Plymouth, This dog park Deland (386) 736-5953 Benefits: 14 acres of rolling has a separate hills and oaks. Time-out spaces & small dog areas. Dog small dog area, plenty of shade and drinking water watering stations. Bed-N-Biscuit Inn 711 John Anderson Hwy., Flagler for the dogs. Mt. Dora Dog Park Beach (386) 439-4006 Benefits: Two Bark Parks (one for all size Happy Healthy Cat Month. 1550 E 11th Ave., Mt National Disaster Preparedness Month. dogs, one for miniature dogs). September 11: National Pet Memorial Day. Dora Doggy Pool ($5 per dog/ $24 Last full week in September: National Dog Week. (352) 735-7183 per month) Pet grooming and Last full week in September. Deaf Pet Awareness Week . Benefits: Fenced-in September 13: Pet Birth Defect Awareness Day. boarding. with double-gated September 13: National Hug Your Hound Day. Bicentennial Park 1800 N. September 18-24: National Deaf Dog Awareness Week. entry Separate Last full week in September. Oceanshore Blvd., Ormond September 19, 2016: Puppy Mill Awareness Day. areas for large, Beach 386-736-595. Open from September 19: Responsible Dog Ownership Day. medium and small 23: Dogs in Politics Day (also known as sunrise to sunset every day, September dogs Water station with bowls. Waste Checkers Day). Recognizing the dogs of politicians. encompasses 40 acres stretching September 28: World Rabies Day. stations with bags supplied. from the Atlantic Ocean to the Adopt-A-Dog Month®. By American Humane Association. New Smyrna Dog Park Adopt-a-Shelter Dog Month. By ASPCA. Halifax River. In addition to the dog National Animal Safety and Protection Month. 2641 Paige Ave., New Smyrna Beach. National Pet Wellness Month. park, amenities include a baseball Benefits: A one acre fenced area National Pit Bull Awareness Month. field, an open play area, basketball National Service Dog Month. divided into large dog and small dog court, tennis and volleyball courts, 1st Week of October. National Walk Your Dog Week. play areas. A 30 x 40 shade shelter October 4: World Animal Day. fishing dock, pavilion and picnic 1st Full Week of October. Animal Welfare Week. (AVMA). with dog and people water fountains. area, playground, community October 12, 2016: National Pet Obesity Awareness Day. Grassed with open areas with concrete building, restrooms, a nature walk structures for doggy play. and boardwalk. Ponce Inlet Dog Beach City of Edgewater located in the SW corner of Rotary Located on the Beach at Ponce Inlet and Peninsula. Park, 902 West Park Avenue. Benefits: Open 6am to 8:30pm. Benches, tables, Gemini Springs Dog Park 37 Dirksen Drive, DeBary (386) poopbags, trees, parking, phones, restrooms, water, trash 668-3810 Benefits: Two sections – one for 25 pounds cans, shelter. Space for dogs to run, play and swim on and another for over 25 pounds. Dog the beach. wash stations. Water fountains for dogs. Riviera Oaks Dog Park Benches and picnic tables. Alabama Ave., Holly Hill. Benefits: Small dog and large Halifax Humane Society Community dog areas. Pond. 1 mile walking path. Dog Park OPEN DAILY to the public Seemore Dog Park & FREE of charge: 10:00am 5959 Spruce Creek Rd. Port Orange Benefits: Separate 6:00pm. 2364 LPGA Boulevard spaces for small and large dogs. Next to All Children’s Daytona Beach, Keysville Dog Park. Boardwalk. Restroooms. Park Wadsworth Park 2461 Keysville Ave., Deltona (386) 878-8900 Benefits: Two 2200 Moody Blvd. Flagler Beach. Benefits: 60,000 sq. separate fenced areas for large ft. fenced dog park. Dogs can run unleashed and mingle and small dogs. Doggie watering with other dogs. Separate sections for large and small stations. Playground and walking trail dogs. Benches. - just under 1/2 mile Basketball Court. In Memory of Kathryn Went. Volusia County Parks Manatee Island Dog Park 325 North welcome dogs at all area parks as long as they are leashed and cleaned up after. Beach Street, Daytona Beach, FL.

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Self Improvement Ouotes “Such is the strength of the burden of habit. Here I have the power to be but do not wish it. There I wish to be but lacks the power. On both grounds, I'm in misery.” - Augustine of Hippo, Confessions “We first make our habits, then our habits make us.” - John Dryden “There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.” - Ernest Hemingway “A proud man is always looking down on things and people; and, of course, as long as you are looking down, you cannot see something that is above you.” - C.S. Lewis, Mere Christianity “Always dream and shoot higher than you know you can do. Do not bother just to be better than your contemporaries or predecessors. Try to be better than yourself.” - William Faulkner “When you see a good person, think of becoming like her/him. When you see someone not so good, reflect on your own weak points.” - Confucius “There is only one corner of the universe you can be certain of improving, and that's your own self.” - Aldous Huxley Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going.” - Jim Rohn

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This is the story of a young, small business owner, her Polish heritage and some really great Pierogies! There is a new deli in town that since they opened last year, have wowed their patrons with dedication, amazing food and for those of you with a Polish heritage, a trip back to Babcia’s kitchen. Bella Ryan’s Deli is the brain child of Ashlee “Ryan” Dzubella. Tucked in a tiny strip mall at 3751 South Nova Road, Port Orange, you will find Pierogies (like beautiful, soft, extra-large Ravioli) stuffed with mashed potatoes and sautéed in butter, topped with sour cream, viola! Don’t let her fool you when you first meet Ashlee. Within that sweet exterior is a hard-working, educated young woman. Who went out on a limb and pulled equity

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from her home to start her own business. Having just turned 31 years of age, she seems quite young to be carrying so much responsibility, until you know her history in the food business. Ashlee loved going to work with her mother whenever possible as a young girl. She was amazed at the equipment in the large kitchen where her mother worked as a baker at a retirement community in New York. At 5 years old, she was taught her great grandmother’s recipe for Pierogies and she hasn’t stopped making them since. She began her career in the restaurant business at 14. Later she would go to culinary school and then finish up with an education in business. And with that kind of a background, why wouldn’t you open your own business? Part of being an American is to fall in love with small business owners and always supporting them when possible. A visit to Bella Ryan’s Deli and you will make it your regular lunch stop. Not only is it homemade comfort, but incredibly affordable! The menu at Bella Ryan’s Deli is diverse as the different kinds of Pierogies you can create. If you are a walk in customer you can enjoy the freshly made Pierogies of the day or call ahead and order by the dozen from selections like Sauerkraut and Bacon or Buffalo Chicken. You can even customize them to your liking. They also specialize in Galumpki’s (those delicious cabbage rolls stuffed with beef, pork and rice) which are charged by the pound and are great to take home and heat up for a week night dinner.

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The large menu includes fresh subs such as Steak and Cheese, Capicola, Buffalo Chicken and more. Quesadillas, Pasta Bakes, Burgers, Salads such as the California Club and Sandwiches and Chili Dogs all served with homemade French fries. And you will walk out spending less then 10 bucks. Appetizers, Homemade Soups during the Season even freshly baked desserts. New additions include the Smoked Kielbasa. And soon you will be able to send Fresh Pierogies all over the country. You can enjoy Bella Ryan’s Deli fare at one of their small cafe tables and watch the ladies make the Pierogies, or call ahead for take-out if in a hurry, or if you live in Port Orange, delivery. But the girls love their customers so much they have delivered Pierogies quite a distance for an elderly gentleman who loved them so much, but was unable to pick them up himself. A little birdie told me they have an award coming so hurry up and visit them before you have to wait in line to experience these little pillows of love. Bella Ryan’s hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 7:30 AM6:30 PM. You can visit them on facebook and call (386) 333-9152 for more information or to order your dinner for tonight.

OVER 20 DIFFERENT PIEROGIES, GALUMPKI’S

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AMAZING PRICES! DELIVERY AREA! SANDWICHES, SUBS, SALADS, PASTA DISHES, HOMEMADE SOUPS AND MORE! Hours: Tues., Wed., Thurs. 8:30 am - 6:30 pm Fri., Sat. 8:30 am - 10:30 pm CLOSED Sunday & Monday 3751 S. Nova Rd, Suite C, Port Orange

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DAYTONA BEACH MAINLAND EVENTS G R E AT E R DAY TO N A M A I N L A N D

FESTIVALS SEPTEMBER 15 SCORE BIZFEST 11:30am-7pm, BETHUNE - COOKMAN PERFORMING ARTS CENTER 698 West International Speedway Blvd, DB, Boxed lunches, networking, exhibits, keynote speakers, contests & VIP reception! Cash awards-PitchFest winners. http://www.scorebizfest.com

SEPTEMBER 17 WINE & FOOD WALK 1-6pm, Downtown Beach Street DB, Wine tasting & tapas, Live music, special gift for 1st 100 guests, $20. winefoodwalk. eventbrite.com SEPTEMBER 17 NATURAL HISTORY FESTIVAL & FOSSIL SHOW 10am-3pm, MOAS, 352 S Nova Rd, DB, Free, 386-255-0285. MOAS.ORG OCTOBER 7 - 9 7TH ANNUAL DAYTONA BLUES FESTIVAL Oct 7-2:30 PM, Oct 9-9:30 PM, Jackie Robinson Ballpark, 105 E. Orange Ave, DB, Best of blues at best time of year. www.daytonabluefestival.com MUSIC SEPTEMBER 10 PLANETARIUM SATURDAY LASER ROCK CONCERT 7:00pm Laser Spirit, 8:00pm Rock, 9:00pm Zeppelin, State-of-the-art laser projector, SkyLase, boasts newly engineered red, green, and blue laser, 1-$5 / 2-$7 / 3-$9, MOAS, 352 S. Nova Rd., DB, (386) 255-0285. SEPTEMBER 21 FINE ART OF JAZZ AGE 3-4pm, MOAS, 352 S Nova Rd, DB, Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra Concert, Free, 386-255-0285. MOAS.ORG SEPTEMBER 24 LEGACY OF HARD BOP PIANIST HORACE SILVER 3-5pm & 7-9pm, MOAS, 352 S Nova Rd, DB, Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra Concert, mem $20/non $35, 386-255-0285. MOAS.ORG SEPTEMBER 24 MIDTOWN MOTOWN CONCERT SERIES 6:30-9pm, Pocket Change – Party, Funk, R&B, Variety & Soul, Free, Cypress Aquatic Center, 981 George W. Engram Blvd., DB, 386-671-8253. MidtownMotown.com FILMS SEPTEMBER 2 – 15 THE LAST FILM FESTIVAL SEPTEMBER 9 - 22 MON ROI (MY KING) WINE DOWN WEDNESDAYS ladies night FRIDAY NIGHT PITCHER SHOW Cinematique, Daytona’s Only Art House Theater serving wine and beer to your table. Beach Street, DB. (386)252-3778. www.cinematique.org THEATER OCTOBER 6 RENT 7:30-10pm, BROADWAY IN DB, 600 Auditorium Blvd, DB.

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COMEDY EVERY TUESDAY RANDOM ACTS OF INSANITY 8pm. $5, Beach Street, DB, Live Improv Comedy, (386) 252-3778. cinematque.org FUNDRAISERS OCTOBER 6 THE ART OF GIVING INAUGURAL GALA 5:30-7:15pm, Ocean Center, followed by performance of RENT, includes valet parking, cocktails, dinner & dessert, Peabodyauditorium.org/Art-of-GivingGala-6-62.html GALLERIES/MUSEUM EXHIBITS EVERY SATURDAY MARY MCLEOD BETHUNE HOME AND GRAVESITE TOURS Legendary educator & civil rights activist. Her home from 1914 – 1955. Appts Only, 640 Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Blvd, DB, (386) 481-2122. SEPTEMBER 7 - NOVEMBER 16 CINEMATIC DISCUSSIONS Southeast Museum of Photography, Madorsky Theater, 1200 W International Speedway Blvd, DB, Daytona State, professor Eric Breitenbach for film introductions & post screening discussions, (386) 506-4475. SEPTEMBER 13 - OCTOBER 9 PEABODY ART EXHIBITS 3rd ANNUAL PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB OF FLAGLER M-F, 10:30am – 4:30pm, Free, Local artists work on display, Rose Room Gallery, Peabody Auditorium, 600 Auditorium Blvd., Daytona Beach.

SEPTEMBER 27 - DECEMBER 10 IN RETROSPECT Roger Ballen Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri & Sat, Southeast Museum of Photography, 1200 W International Speedway Blvd Bldg, DB, (386) 506-4475. ONGOING MOAS EXHIBITS THE SEMINOLE & EVERGLADES Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum of Art - France Family Gallery COLLECTION KARSHAN CENTER OF GRAPHIC ART BOUCHELLE COURT OF CHANGING EXHIBITS FLORIDA WEATHER NAÏVE FLORIDA WOMEN PAINTING FLORIDA VOLUSIA COUNTY Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum of Art

HIRAM WILLIAMS Root Hall 352 S Nova Rd, DB. (386) 255-0285. MOAS.org

WORKSHOPS & CLASSES EVERY WEDNESDAY YOGA IN THE GALLERY 5:30-6:30pm, $10,. Museum of Arts and Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, DB, (386) 255-0285. MOAS.org EVERY 3RD THURSDAY SCIENCE CAFE 5:15pm, A national initiative to get communities talking about science, Full cafe menu, Free, Cinematique, 242 S Beach St, DB. (386) 252-3778. Cinematique.org SEPTEMBER24 PAINT PARTY LIFE DB Brewery, 482 Fentress Blvd, Unit N, DB, $15, (844) 643-2787.

EVERY SATURDAY FAMILY STORYTIME 10:30-11:30 am, All ages. Mix of books, songs & flannel stories. DB City Island Library, (386) 257-6038. MISCELLANEOUS SECOND SATURDAY ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW Daytona Flea and Farmers Market, Row C, 2987 Belevue Avenue, DB. Home-made & hand-crafted items. EVERY THIRD TUESDAY VICTORIAN TEA AT LILLIAN PLACE 2pm. 111 Silver Beach Ave., DB, What a fun thing to take your mother, grandmother or daughter. Held in a beautiful fully furnished museum home.

ONGOING YOGA IN THE GALLERY The cost is $10 if you aren’t a museum FAMILY & YOUTH member. MOAS, 352 S. Nova Rd., DB, FIRST TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH (386) 255-0285. MOAS KIDS SECTION AND GALLERY All day, Volusia County residents free, ONGOING Museum of Arts and Sciences, 352 S Nova RICHARD PETTY Rd, DB, (386) 255-0285. MOAS.org DRIVING EXPERIENCE Daytona International Speedway, ONGOING 1801 W Intl Spdwy Blvd, DB, puts you in MOAS PLANETARIUM SHOWS a NASCAR race car for an adrenaline Shows: From the Earth to the Universe, Live pumping thrill of a lifetime that gets you as “Flight through the Universe” Show, iPOP close to being in The Race as you will ever Laser Show, The Little Star That Could, get! (800) 748-7467. DrivePetty.com Legends of the Night Sky Laser Show: Perseus and Andromeda, Live “The Sky SEPTEMBER 11 Tonight” Show, The Dark Matter Mystery, BABY SHOWER & TODDLER EXPO One show incl, Addt shows $3-$5, 352 S Hilton DB Resort/Ocean Walk Village, Nova Road, DB, (386) 255-0285. 100 North Atlantic Avenue, DB, Volusia & Flagler Parent Magazines, Caters to EVERY MONDAY pregnancy through pre-school years, THROUGH SUMMER showcasing products, services & ideas for MARVELOUS MONDAYS young families, (386) 437-0300. Ages 5-12. SEPTEMBER 20 EVERY TUESDAY BUSINESS AFTER HOURS BABY TALES 5:30-7:30pm, networking, food, drinks, 10:30-11:15. Infants -1 ½, Mix of simple and prizes, $10/35, DB Kennel Club 960 songs, rhymes, touch & feel. S Williamson Blvd, DB, 386-523-3675. DBchamber.com EVERY WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY JUMP & JIGGLE SEPTEMBER 21 10-10:15am. All ages, Movement & music ASK THE ASTRONAUT program. with Tom Jones 4-9pm, MOAS, 352 S Nova Rd, DB, PRESCHOOL STORYTIME presentation, book signing, mem $5/non $7. 10:30-11:30am. Ages 3-5, Mix of books, MOAS.ORG songs, & flannel board stories incl coloring SEPTEMBER 28 WACKY WEDNESDAY 2ND ANNUAL WOMEN IN 2 -4 pm. Ages 5-12, Rotation of fun BUSINESS BANQUET activities. Wii games. Crafts. Movies. 11:30am-1pm, The Shores Resort & Spa, Lego club. 2637 S Atlantic Ave, DB, Sponsored by DB News-Journal to honor the nominees in TODDLER STORYTIME Sept Edition of Business Report. 10:30-11:30am, Ages 1 to 3, Mix of books, songs & flannel board stories incl coloring OCTOBER 1 2016 DB CLASSIC CHAMPIONSHIPS EVERY FRIDAY News-Journal Center, 221 North Beach St, FUN FRIDAYS AND FREE MOVIES DB, Body Building, Fitness, Figure, Bikini, 10:30-11:30am, Ages 5-12. Physique, VIP Tickets $50, 386-299-1314. Ready, set, Create!

THRU SEPTEMBER 18 COMPANIONS THRU THE AGES: ANIMALS IN ART from the MOAS Collection Edward E. and Jane B. Ford Gallery Thru Sept 23 DESIGNED TO SELL: 100 Years of Poster Art from the MOAS Collection North Wing Corridor Thru Oct 1

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Hailing from our very own Daytona Beach, Shot Out are bringing back the fun to the night life in this often all-too serious world we live in these days. Armed with inventive lyrics and a sharp sense of humor, these local lugs bring their love for all things punk rock and pop punk to the forefront with each and every gig they play. Formed October of last year by vocalist/guitarist Rob Burley, vocalist/guitarist George Chenoweth, bassist Furey Di Domenico, and drummer Jon Thune, the guys in Shot Out are firing on all cylinders right now, generating the type of steam that only a band that’s

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just starting out can. While Shot Out are still relatively in their embryonic stage, individually each member has numerous years of experience playing with various local groups over the years. Burley and Thune were both once band members together in Scurvy, while Chenoweth has also done time in The Antics, as well as The Sons of Belfast (which also featured Thune in the lineup), and is currently doing double duty between Shot Out and his other current act, The Sweaters. And not only are the guys in Shot Out committed to their music, they each still manage to hold down full time jobs while pursuing their passion. With an eclectic mix that includes a teacher, a mailman, an electrician, and even an IT guy, it’s a feat nothing short of impressive that they are all still able to stay so dedicated to their musical endeavors. With song titles like “Blame It on the Night,” “Airbag,” “Father’s Day,” “Run Like a Cat,” and “Invasion of the Skull Crushers,” Shot Out’s style is without a doubt comparable to that of legendary punk rockers like The Misfits or The Ramones. And while Burley and Chenoweth handle most of the songwriting duties, Chenoweth tells me each member contributes ideas to every original song they play in the final steps of the writing process. “We usually play a cover or two

at each show too,” he informs me. He goes on to say that they have covered songs by the likes of The Sex Pistols, Devo, Alkaline Trio, and the above mentioned Misfits (just to name a few) while playing live. The band also plans to record their first CD, a six-song EP, by the end of September as well, which they will release shortly after production. Chances are we should be hearing some (if not all) of the previously mentioned song titles making their way on to the groups’ first recording too. Shot Out has also “made the rounds” quite a bit already, having played such local venues as Tir Na Nog Irish Pub in Daytona and Bombshell’s Tavern in Orlando, as well as playing the last (and 5th annual) addition to the always popular Delandapalooza Original Music and Art Festival earlier this year. With several upcoming shows already set up, be on the lookout for the guys to be playing a club by you in the near future. Starting in October, the band will be playing Daytona Mainstreet Live on the 1st, and later that same month they will be opening for old school street punks Total Chaos in Orlando on the 17th. You can keep up to date on these and any future shows by visiting Shot Out’s Facebook page...and don’t forget to pick up a copy of their yet-to-be titled CD once it’s released too!

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ave you even been in a venue where you hear a distant singing and you automatically think that it’s the radio playing? It must be a recording because the sound is so crisp and the words seem familiar. I’m sure it’s happened to most of us at least once. But in this case it was a songstress with a guitar, in the flesh. And once I laid eyes on her, I was even more reassured she must be a recording star and that song had already won over millions. With a voice and soul from the 60s, this talented artist has what most of us in the biz call “the total package.” She’s beautiful both inside and out and her harmonious ability to play and sing continue to wow crowds throughout central Florida. Her name is Kelly Jarrad and it’s just a matter of time before Kelly will have a song playing over the airways. Kelly Jarrard is a 25-year-old, singer-songwriter from Stockbridge,Georgia. Kelly developed a strong passion for music and started playing guitar and writing her own material at the young age of 13. She participated in several national and regional choral programs throughout high school such as Honor Chorus, ACDA (American Choral Director’s Association) and All-State Reading Choir where she won many awards. As a senior, Kelly won her high school’s talent show with her original song “Weatherman.” Outside of school she took several opportunities to sign up and play for the Eddie’s Attic Songwriter’s Open Mic in Decatur, Georgia. Kelly furthered her education at Clayton State University by studying classical music and singing in multiple languages including Italian,

French and German. Along with her solo recitals, opera roles and choral performances, Kelly also was involved in the Jazz Combo Ensemble where she played guitar with the group and occasionally sang popular jazz tunes as well as her original songs. After 4 years of musical training and education, Kelly graduated with a degree in Music focusing on Vocal Performance. With roots in music such as the Motown sound, soul, jazz and rhythm & blues, Kelly has utilized her talent by performing an eclectic selection of hit favorites and soulful original songs at local hot-spots throughout the metro Atlanta area and in New York City (The Bitter End). She now resides in Mount Dora, Florida, playing 5-6 shows each week in the central Florida area, as well as New Smyrna and Ormond Beach. She occasionally plays with a band in large venues such as Katie Belle’s in The Villages and Leesburg Bikefest. Kelly has made quite a splash in Florida, drawing eager listeners as her fan base continues to grow. Her eagerly anticipated album of original music is set to be released later this year. Kelly continues to broadcast her unique talents through acoustic soul and jazz vocal performances, as well as through the media outlets of Facebook and YouTube and at local open mic opportunities. You can also find her at venues such as Yellow Dog Eats, Wekiva Island, The Grind Gastro Pub, and Om Bar on Flagler Avenue in New Smyrna Beach. Do yourself a favor and visit her social media page, www.facebook. com/Kelly-Jarrard-Music-, for a full schedule and be sure to catch her act to witness her amazing talent and the right to say, “I knew her when...”.

TOMOKA BREWING COMPANY OCEANSIDE WHITE IPA: how a one-time collaboration turned into a year-round local Favorite. Oceanside White IPA is a wheat-based India pale ale brewed with grapefruit peel that clocks in at 7% ABV (alcohol by volume). This is its story. On the blistering hot morning of August 13th, 2013, Peter Szunyogh and I made the trek to Green Room Brewing Company in Jacksonville Beach. Eric Luman, the co-owner and Brewer, graciously opened his 7 Barrel Brewhouse to the upstart Tomoka Brewery of Ormond Beach. Prior to the brew day, it was decided we would brew an India Pale Ale (more commonly known as an IPA) brewed with wheat, pale malts and hops from New Zealand. After 7 hours of brewing and 3 weeks of fermentation and conditioning, the result was Oceanside Photo credit Amelia Kegle White IPA, a well-balanced hazy IPA with a uniquely Florida flavor profile. After a Green Room brewing spotlight and collaboration release party at Tomoka Brewery, Oceanside White IPA would make its local debut at both House 4 Beer in Port Orange and DeLand’s Abbey. Shortly thereafter the brew made its way across the state as a guest tap at a variety of popular Florida Breweries such as Due South Brewing in Boynton Beach and Tampa’s Cigar City Brewing. In 2014, after award-winning success in Ormond Beach, the dynamic husband and wife brewing duo of Peter Szunyogh and Jen Hawkins, along with new partners Rich McCarthy and Sue Borwick, planned an expansion. In March of 2015, Tomoka Brewing Company opened its doors with a brandnew 15 barrel brewhouse. A few months later, after receiving the blessing of Green Room Brewing Company, and with the addition of grapefruit peel and Cascade hops, Oceanside Left to Right Ed Irvin, Peter Szunyogh of White IPA made its triumphant Tomoka Brewery Billy Arthur, Eric Luman and Mark Stillman of Green Room Brewing return. Again, the intention was to brew the beer only once, but an overwhelming demand resulted in the decision that it would become the flagship IPA for Tomoka Brewing Company. Quickly a distribution partnership with S.R. Perrott, Inc. was established and what was once a collaborative effort between two breweries - both just a few blocks from the ocean - turned into every micro brewers dream. Oceanside White IPA can be found on draft at local institutions like McK’s in Daytona Beach, Tomoka Brewing Company in Port Orange, and Riptide’s Raw Bar & Grill in Ormond Beach. Tomoka brews are also available across Volusia County in cans at Total Wine, ABC Fine Wine and Spirits, and independent stores such as the Barley Barrel in New Smyrna Beach. For more locations that carry Tomoka Brewing Company visit www.SRPerrott.com and click their beer finder link. Also, For more information on local craft beer events check out the S.R. Perrott, Inc. Facebook page located at Facebook.com/srperrott.

Ed Irvin

Craft Specialist S.R Perrott, Inc. Facebook.com/VolusiaBeerGuy

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ORMOND 31 SUPPER CLUB 31 W Granada Blvd, (386) 275-1625 Frank Primato – Thurs & Fri, 7pm Derryck Lawrence – Sat, 9pm Mike Trio – Sept 3, 7pm Mark Raisch – Sept 7 & 28, 7pm Adan Floyd – Sept 10, 7pm Dana Kamide Band – Sept 17, 7pm Eric & Davey – Sept 21, 7pm Felix Deneau – Sept 24, 7pm GRIND GASTROPUB AND KONA TIKI BAR 49 W Granada Blvd., 386-672-7277 Bradford Buckley – Sept 1 & 23, 7pm Jeff White – Sept 2, 7pm Dustin Stock – Sept 2, 9pm & Sept 20, 6pm The Salt – Sept 3, 7pm Jay Crosier – Sept 3, 9pm Danny Dread – Sept 5, 6pm Ben Wilkins – Sept 6, 6pm Stealing Vanity – Sept 7 & 21, 6pm Clayton Sturgeon – Sept 8, 7pm Timmy Rivers – Sept 9, 7pm Daisy Wessener – Sept 9, 9pm Ryan Will – Sept 10, 7pm Mark Moore – Sept 10, 9pm Evening Muse – Sept 13, 6pm The JAM – Sept 14 & 28, 6pm Jay Crosier – Sept 15, 7pm Robert Keele – Sept 16, 7pm James Ryan – Sept 16 & 30, 9pm Tears of a Tyrant – Sept 17, 7pm Jonny Odis – Sept 17, 9pm Corey Worsley – Sept 22, 7pm Claire Vandiver – Sept 23, 9pm Jay Paski – Sept 24, 7pm Martin and the Dead Guys – Sept 24, 9pm Jonnie Morgan – Sept 29, 7pm Jimmy Z – Sept 30, 7pm LAGERHEADS BAR & GRILL 2986 Oceanshore Blvd, (386) 265-1977 Chip Brock – Sept 5, 4pm Reuben “The Lounge Lizard” – Sept 6, 4pm Gary Not Quite Wright – Sept 8, 22, 4pm Lionheart – Sept 9, Oct 2, 4pm Don Hill – Sept 15, 29, Oct 4, 4pm Lou McNally – Sept 16, 4pm Captain Nick – Sept 23, 4pm Riffs ‘n Licks – Sept 30, 4pm

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DAYTONA BEACH BANDSHELL STAR SPANGLED SUMMER behind the Ocean walk Shoppes, 70 Boardwalk Nirvana/Stone Temple Pilot/Foo Fighters Tribute, Sept 2, 7:15pm Bruce Springsteen Tribute, Sept 3, 7:15pm Tim McGraw Tribute, Sept 9, 7:15pm HILTON 100 N Atlantic Ave, (386) 254-8200 Stormin Norman Karaoke – Thurs, 8pm DJ KRB – Sept 2, 5pm & Sept 3 & 4, 1pm (Pelican Bar) Thom Blasberg – Sept 2, 6pm (Waves) Andrew Bosschler – Sept 2, 8pm (Clocktower Lounge) Rick Steffen – Sept 3, 1:30pm (Waves) Hunter Blasberg – Sept 3, 6pm (Waves) Jay Paski – Sept 3, 8pm (Clocktower Lounge) Randy Siverson – Sept 4, 1:30pm (Waves) Frank Guinther – Sept 4, 6pm (Waves) Louisiana Steve – Sept 4, 10 & 24, 8pm (Clocktower Lounge) Mark Moore – Sept 9, 16, 23 & 30, 8pm (Clocktower Lounge) Claire Vandiver – Sept 17, 8pm (Clocktower Lounge) MAIN STREET STATION 316 Main St, (386) 214-1389 Annual Rumfest with Rusty Anchors & Crashrocket - Sept 3, 6pm Orange Ave – Sept 4, 10 & 23, 9pm Bike Night with Crashrocket – Sept 7, 8pm Midnight Mayhem – Sept 9, 8:30pm Bike Night with Thrillville - Sept 14, 8pm Thrillville - Sept 16, 8:30pm Brad Sayre – Sept 18, 5-8pm Bike Night with Southern Justice Band – Sept 21, 8pm Big Engine – Sept 24, 9pm Bike Night with Buzzard Luck – Sept 28, 8pm Hayfire – Sept 30, 9pm Annual Main Street LIVE Original Music Fest – Oct 1, 2pm - 2am Zu Crew – Oct 2, 4-8pm Battle of the Babes Fundraiser – Oct 9

MARK’S SPORTS PUB 2045 S Ridgewood Ave (386) 767-2277 Podium – Sept 2, 3, 9:30pm KOC, Kings of Chaos – Sept 16, 17, 9:30pm Cat 4 Band - Sept 23, 9:30pm PsychoMagnets - Sept 24, 9:30pm TBA - Sept 30, Oct 1, 9:30pm MIDTOWN MOTOWN CONCERT SERIES Cypress Aquatic Center - 981 George W Engram Blvd Pocket Change (Party, Funk, R&B Variety and Soul) – Sept 24, 6:30pm OASIS TIKI BAR AND GRILL 313 S Atlantic Avenue Daytona Beach, FL 32118, 386-255-1001 Tom Redmond – Every Sun Brad Griese – Sept 2 & 30, 6pm Scott Tammetta – Sept 3, 6pm Andrew Bosscher – Sept 9, 6pm James Apking – Sept 10, 6pm Charlie Gangi – Sept 16, 6pm John Macker – Sept 17, 6pm Justin Gurnsey – Sept 23, 6pm Mark Moore – Sept 24, 6pm PIT STOP BAR 2518 S Atlantic Ave (386) 947-7418 Karaoke w/ Michael Leone – Every Mon, 7pm Dart Night w/ $2.00 Drafts - Every Tues Bike Night w/ $1.50 Drafts – Every Thursday Karaoke w/ Michael Leone - Every Sat, 8:30pm FOOTBALL SUNDAY - $1.00 off all drafts, $10 Domestic Buckets & Free Dogs – Every Sun SLOPPY JOE’S 250 N Atlantic Avenue #220 386-239-0014 John Frank – Sept 1, 6pm Steven Craig – Sept 3 at 2pm Frankie G – Sept 8, 6pm Jay Paski – Sept 10, 2pm & Sept 22, 6pm Andrew Bosschler – Sept 15, 6pm Frank Guinter – Sept 17, 2pm James Apking – Sept 24,t 2pm Brad G – Sept 29, 6pm

NEW SMYRNA TAYTON O’BRIANS 410 Flagler Ave, 386-957-3869 Just Gus – Sept 2, 9pm Bradford Buckley – Sept 3 & 17, 9pm American Hot Rods – Sept 10 & 24, 9pm YELLOW DOG EATS 247 Canal St, 386-410-4824 Daisy Wessener – Sept 1, 7pm Evening Muse – Sept 2, 7pm Stealing Vanity – Sept 3, 7pm Jeff White – Sept 8, 7pm Kelly Jarrard – Sept 9, 7pm Gina Cuchetti – Sept 10, 7pm Megan Katrina – Sept 15, 7pm Timmy Rivers – Sept 16, 7pm Ben Wilkins – Sept 17, 7pm Jonny Odis – Sept 22, 7pm James Ryan – Sept 23, 7pm Beartoe – Sept 24, 7pm Claire Vandiver – Sept 29, 7pm Clayton Sturgeon – Sept 30, 7pm RACINGS NORTH TURN 4511 S Atlantic Ave, Ponce Inlet (386) 322-3258 Donn Hill – Every Mon, 6pm Mark Moore - Every Tues, 6pm & Every Sun, 1pm Eddie Uzzle & Steve Hagman – Every Wed, 6pm Country Night w Kenny, Willie & Mike Caso – Every Thurs, 6pm Mike Caso & Eddie Uzzle – Every Fri, 6pm Dan & Andy – Every Sun, 6pm Parrallel w/ Debbie Gulliven – Last Sat of Month, 6pm PORT ORANGE ORIGINAL FIRST TURN 5236 S Ridgewood Ave, (386) 788-5434 The Accuzed – Sept 3, 6pm Reuben Lounge Lizard – Sept 4, 5pm Bike Night Tiki – Sept 6, 13, 20, 27 & Oct 4, 5 – 9pm Free Food @7:30pm while it lasts Blues Jam hosted by Brian Spainhour – Sept 6, 13, 20, 27 & Oct 4, 6pm Karaoke w/ Just George – Sept 6, 20 & Oct 4, 6pm Jay Paski – Sept 7, 6pm Brad Sayre – Sept 8, 6pm Hayfire – Sept 9, 7:30pm

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Crush – Sept 10, 6pm Megan Katarina Duo – Sept 11, 23, 5pm Gene Smith – Sept 14, 6pm John Long – Sept 15, 6pm Donnaha Station – Sept 16, 6pm Buzzard Luck – Sept 17 & Oct 1, 6pm Megan Stuart Duo – Sept 18, 29, 5pm String Shine – Sept 21, 6pm Carl B – Sept 22, 6pm WHOG Radio Redneck Games – Sept 24, 2pm Chris Kristianson – Sept 24, 2pm Brad Sayre – Sept 24, 6pm Jeremy & Andrea – Sept 25, 5pm Twisted tea Party hosted by Thunder Roads Magazine (Food Drive) – Sept 25, 7pm Jimmy Z – Sept 28, 6pm Easy Street – Sept 30, 6pm Cornhole Madness Tourney – Oct 1, 2pm Josh & Vinny – Oct 2, 5pm Josh Mabe – Oct 5, 6pm RITTER’S FROZEN CUSTARD 4629 S. Clyde Morris Blvd. (386) 760-1082 Fire Show – Sept 3 & 17 Keyboard – Sept 10 & 24 TOMOKA BREWING COMPANY 4647 S. Clyde Morris Blvd. (386) 256-4979 Port Orange Food Truck Rally - Sept 13, 6-9pm Tomokafest Oktoberfest Celebration Sept 17, 11am-11pm Paint Nite, Beer & Painting (Brewpub) - Sept 19, 6-9pm Tom & Dan present Tumbleweed Comedy Tour - Sept 24, 9-11pm Paint Nite, Beer & Painting (Brewpub) - Sept 26, 6-9pm DELAND DELAND BACON & BREW FEST 2016 Earl Brown Park 750 S. Alabama Ave DelandBaconand Brew.com Oct 1, 2-7pm Orange Ave - 2-4pm CrashRocket - 5-7pm VIP Lounge, Christie Beu - 1pm-4pm


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Directly on the ocean! Come to Racing’s North Turn for a meal where HILTON DAYTONA BEACH the Legend of Daytona Racing Began! Enjoy a wide variety of casual RESORT/OCEAN WALK VILLAGE dining fare including Steaks, Seafood, Sandwiches, Wraps, Salads Home to several restaurants whether it's the Sport Pub Legends and Snacks. Come for the Russ Truelove Prime Rib Sandwich, stay with craft beers, wings and more, the cafe to grab salads for the for the Live Entertainment and Full Bar! 4511 S Atlantic Ave, Ponce beach, Doc Bales for one of their amazing Buffets on Sunday Inlet. (386) 322-3258 Brunch and Friday and Saturday evenings and the Clocktower Lounge for entertainment and munchies as, well as, there Tiki Bar THE TAVERN AT CYPRESS HEAD featuring Wet Beach Club every Sunday. There is something for GOLF COURSE everyone at this landmark stop. Complimentary Valet with $30 Located on the beautiful and newly renovated Port Orange municipal golf course. Inside and Outside dining. Home of the famous purchase. 100 North Atlantic Ave. Sunday Champagne Brunch, Full Bar, available for special events. LAGERHEADS BAR & GRILL Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. 6231 Palm Vista Street, Port Orange. The best dive in town! Appetizers include Seared Ahi Tuna, Beer 6231 Palm Vista Street, Port Orange. Battered Onion Rings Little Neck Clams, Peel n’ Eat Shrimp. Soups & Salads. Sandwiches & Wraps such as the Grouper Reuben, Crab THE ORIGINAL FIRST TURN Cake Croissant, Philly Cheese Steak and Turkey Club. Baskets Start off your meal right with Firecracker Shrimp, Fried Fish Bites stuffed full of Fish & Chips, Clam Strips, Fried Oysters. Dinner or Chicken Quesadillas. Then work your way through an amazing Entrees include Home Made Meatloaf and Shrimp Scampi. Full selection of steamed seafood, including shrimp, snow crab legs, Service Bar. Pet Friendly. Voted Best Burger and Best Live Music. oysters and clams. The steaks are to die for, and the wings are no Large Deck and Ocean View. 2986 Ocean Shore Blvd., Ormond by slouch either. 5236 S Ridgewood Ave, Port Orange. (386) 7885434 the Sea. (386) 265-1977

NEPTUNE'S SPORTS PUB & CAFE Serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. Steaks, Ribs, Shrimp. Shrimp & Grits, Cinnamon French Toast, Neptune's Feast, Omelets, Appetizers like Smoked Fish Dip or Onion Petals, Quesadilla and Wings. Shrimp Po' Boy, Blackened Fish Sandwich, Salads, Wraps, Soups and 8oz Angus Burgers, to name a few. Full Bar, Sports Action. 219 S. Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach. (386) 265-2536

TOMOKA BREWING COMPANY Savor a bold, fresh microbrew along with House Favorites such as Macadamia Nut Encrusted Mahi Mahi, House Burrito with Green Chili, Shepards Pie, Pork Schnitzel or Hand Tossed Pizza with our signature beer dough crust.. Or maybe you’d prefer a gourmet burger, such as the Old School, Black Bean Veggie or Smoked Tomoka Burger. 4647 S Clyde Blvd., Port Orange. (386) 256-4979.

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BELLA RYAN'S DELI Specializing in over 20 different Pierogies and Galumpkis sold by the pound. Also a large assortment of homemade hot and cold Dishes, Subs and Salads. Some seating, mostly takeout. You will love their prices. Mon. - Sat., 7:30am-6:30pm. 3751 S. Nova Rd., Port Orange.

BAR FOOD

BELLAIR LANES This state of the art bowling facility is a local favorite and features a late night grill with burgers, fries, dogs, nachos and more! The full bar/game room is a popular spot and best of all food is served until 2 AM! 2575 N. Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach.

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RITTER’S FROZEN CUSTARD Specializing in creamy frozen custard in cones, dishes, sundaes, homemade waffle cones and bowls, hand-dipped shakes and malts, Italian Ice and home to Nathan’s Hot Dogs. Take home a pint, quart or cake for any occasion! Sugar Free Custard, toppings and chocolate sauce available. 4629 S. Clyde Morris Blvd., (at the corner of Herbert St.) Port Oranqe (3861 760-1082

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W E ST VO L U S I A WEST VOLUSIA EVENTS FESTIVALS EVERY 1ST FRIDAY ROCK THE BLOCK 6-9pm, First Firday Block Party, Live entertainment, refreshments, specials, door prizes, demos & more, Downtown Deland. EVERY 2ND THURS ALIVE AFTER 5 5-8pm. Street party, Music, artists, food & crafts beer, Free, Downtown Sanford, SanfordWelcomeCenter.com. EVERY 3RD SATURDAY CLASSIC CAR CRUISE IN 4-7pm, Downtown DeLand, 386-738-0649, www.mainstreetdeland.org. SEPTEMBER 24-25 DELAND CRAFT SHOW Sat 10am-5pm/Sun 10am-4pm, Woodland Boulevard, Downtown DeLand, 150 handmade artists & crafters, FREE, 386-738-0649. delandcraftshow.com OCTOBER 1 DELAND BACON & BREW FEST 2016 2-7pm, Earl Brown Park, 750 S Alabama Ave, Deland, Get Ready!!!! Drinking Beer and Wine, listening to Live Music and Eating Bacon is always a fun thing! FREE, Games, contests and activites, Sampling party 2-7pm, Bacon Souvenir Booth, Benefiting Deland Neighborhood Center, VIP–PARTY LIKE A ROCKSTAR-$50/HOG Pour Pass-$10. baconandbrewfestdeland.com FOOD & WINE 2ND WEDNESDAY WINE, WOMEN & CHOCOLATE 5:30 - 7:30pm, Downtown DeLand. WineWomenandChocolateDeLand.com 2ND THURSDAY RIVER CITY NIGHTS 5:30-8:30pm, Food Trucks, Live Music, Central 28 Beer Co, Gateway Park, DeBary, 386-668-5553.

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MUSIC EVERY TUESDAY JAZZ IN THE COURTYARD 7-9pm, Free, Cafe DaVinci, 112 W Georgia Ave, DeLand, (386) 679-2563. SEPTEMBER 10 & 11 JOHNNY DEE & THE STARLIGHTS Sat 7:30 PM, Sun 2:30pm, $25, Athens Theater, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand, (386) 736-1500. AthensDeLand.com SEPTEMBER 17 SIMPLY STREISAND A Tribute to Barbra Streisand 7:30pm, $25, Athens Theater, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand, (386) 736-1500. AthensDeLand.com THEATER SEPTEMBER 30-OCTOBER 23 THE ADDAMS FAMILY – A NEW MUSICAL Thurs, Fri, Sat – 7:30pm, Sun – 2:30pm, Athens Theatre, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand, (386) 736-1500. AthensDeLand.com GALLERIES EVERY 3RD SATURDAY SANFORD ART WALK 6-9pm, Historic Sanford Welcome Center, 230 E First St, Sanford. SanfordArtWalk.com EVERY 4TH FRIDAY DELAND ART WALK 6-9pm, Artisan Alley, DeLand, (386) 450-0200. NOW-OCTOBER 2 WALTER MEIGS: TRANSFORMATIONS ART USA NOW PHILIP SMALLWOOD: PERSONAGES MILES G. BATT: RETROSPECTIVE

NOW-OCTOBER 9 THERESA BERNSTEIN: AN EARLY MODERNIST Museum of Art Deland, 600 N. Woodland Blvd, Deland. MOArtDeLand.org

EVERY SATURDAY CASSADAGA SPIRIT ENCOUNTERS NIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY TOUR 7:30pm, Walk through energy “hot spots” & capture Spirit energy that manifest, Spiritualism, Mediumship & WORKSHOPS & CLASSES Physical Phenomena, Bring camera GATEWAY CENTER FOR THE ARTS to capture images of energy orbs & Tues, Thurs & Sat, Gateway Center for the Spirit manifestation, $25/Adult, $15/7-12, Arts, 880 N Hwy 17-92, DeBary, Southern Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp (386) 668-5553. GatewayCenterfortheArts.org Meeting Association™, 1112 Stevens Street, Cassadaga (Closed shoes are recommended). EVERY TUESDAY & THURSDAY YOGA CLASSES EVERY SATURDAY (by Appointment) 9:30-10:30am, $3, DeBary Hall, 198 Sunrise MANSION TOURS Blvd, DeBary, (386) 736-5953 ext. 16702. Stetson Mansion, 1031 Camphor Lane, Volusia.org Deland. www.stetsonmansion.com SEPTEMBER 9-11 EVERY 1ST THURSDAY BUILDING YOUR BUSINESS GROUP FL KIDS SALE 12-4pm, Volusia County Fair Grounds, DeLand, Children’s 8:30am, Discussion meeting, MainStreet Consignment, Books, toys, clothing, baby DeLand Association Office, 100 N gear & more. Woodland Blvd, Suite 4, DeLand, (386) 7380649. MainStreetDeLand.org SEPTEMBER 16-18 VINAGE RV, GLAMPING, MISCELLANEOUS HOT ROD & ANTIQUES SHOW ONGOING 9am-5pm, Renningers Mount Dora Flea RIVER QUEST TREASURE HUNTS Market & Antique Center, US-441, Mount Series of treasure hunts in West Volusia Dora, Camping, food, crafts, fires, movies, County utilizing clues with maps, icons and singing, vintage rv’s & Best Vintage RV , GPS coordinates to reveal special places Vendor Display & Campsite contest, FREE. and stories, 116 W. New York Ave, DeLand, 352-383-8393. 386-734-0162. OCTOBER 2 8TH ANNUAL GO PINK! ESCORTED EVERY THURSDAY, MOTORCYCLE RIDE FRIDAY & SATURDAY CASSADAGAM HISTORICAL TOURS 9am, The Barn, 1200 S French Ave, Sanford, Reg-9am, Kickstands up-10:30am, $20/ rider, 2pm, Cassadaga’s historic, unique $10/pass, FREE t-shirt, pin & goody and mysterious beginnings, unusual architecture & spirit activity in the homes of bag - first 200 pre-registered, Lunch present day mediums. $15 /Adult, $7.50/ 7-12 purchase, Music, raffles, 50/50, auctions, games & fun, PRIZE for the most & free under 6. outrageous PINK Outfit!

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NEW SMYRNA AREA EVENTS

FESTIVALS ONGOING EVERY 1ST SATURDAY ON CANAL STREET 10am – 7pm, Free, 10 am-4pm, Artistic vendors set up along the historic street. 11am-1pm, Joe Harrison performs blues and pop, Christmas Park. 4-7pm, Galleries feature solo and group exhibitions & artist talks in the Douglas Avenue & Hub, NSB. www.canalstreetnsb.com EVERY 2ND SATURDAY EAST COAST CRUISER NIGHT 4-8pm, Downtown Canal St, Street rods and antique cars, food, fun & entertainment, FREE. www.volusia.com/ nsbmainstreetinc/cruise.htm SEPTEMBER 9-11 GUNS & HOSES Multiple free live bands citywide representing multiple music genres, door prizes, band meet & greets, first responder tributes. nsbfla.com SEPTEMBER 17 EDGEFEST BACKYARD BBQ 1-4pm, Hawks Park,1108 S Ridgewood Ave, Edgewater, Prizes, food, games kids play zone, music & a corn hole contest, $10 tastings. specialevents@ cityofedgewater.org

SEPTEMBER 23-25 JAZZ FESTIVAL Flagler Avenue, NSB, One of Central Florida’s premier music events! Great jazz, good food & lots of fun. 386-423-9760. nsbjazzfest.com OCTOBER 1 BLOCKTOBERTFEST 9am-8pm, Canal St, NSB, Paint Canal Street Pink - a breast cancer survivor awareness and research fundraiser, Live music, 386-690-8666. OCTOBER 1-2 NSB BOOK FESTIVAL 5pm, NSB Visitor’s Center, 2238 State Rd 44, New Smyrna Beach, The festival offers multiple book author sessions along with writer workshops, book signings and a Saturday night author meet and greet social. OCTOBER 7-9 4TH ANNUAL NSB BEACH BLUE GRASS COUNTRY MUSIC FESTIVAL Dozen free shows citywide, Get in touch with your inner cowboy, throw on your boots & get to two steppin’, partyonflagler.com, 386-428-1600. FOOD & WINE EVERY 1ST SATURDAY CRAFT BEER WALK 1-7pm, $20/6 oz. souvenir glass & 12 sampling tickets. Canal St, New Smyrna. CanalStreetNSB.com.

EVERY 4TH SATURDAY WINE WALK 1-7pm, $25, 100 wines on Flagler Avenue, Historic Flagler Avenue, New Smyrna Beach. www.partyonflagler.com SEPTEMBER 10 NEW SMYRNA BEACH MAC & CHEESE CHALLENGE 12-5PM, Flagler Avenue, New Smyrna Beach, Samplings 20 different variations of Mac & Cheese, text “Cheesy” to 40691. SEPTEMBER 30 FOOD TRUCKS IN NSB 4-9pm, Old Fort Park, Sams Ave, NSB, gourmet food trucks, 386-424-2175. THEATRE SEPTEMBER 1-5 CHARLOTTE’S WEB 8pm. except Sun 2 pm matinées, $10 , 726 3rd Ave, New Smyrna Beach. www.nsbplayers.org SEPTEMBER 21-25 SAME TIME NEXT YEAR 8pm, except Sun 2 pm Matinées, $10 726 3rd Ave, New Smyrna Beach. www.nsbplayers.org

ONGOING NEW SMYRNA HISTORY MUSEUM Excellent examples of St. John’s Period pottery, Tapestries created by local seamstresses - Works Progress Administration (W.P.A) signage delineate various periods of our history, 120 Sams Ave, New Smyrna Beach.

MISCELLANEOUS

ONGOING THE NEW SMYRNA SETTLEMENT EXHIBIT Video introducing largest British attempt to colonize North America, Interactive stations, Mon.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. 1- 4pm, 120 Sams Ave, New Smyrna Beach. Nsbhistory.org

SEPTEMBER 10 JAIL BREAK 5K BEACH RUN 8am Reg/ 9am Race, NSB Flagler Ave Ramp, Come run the beautiful hard packed beaches of New Smyrna Beach and run from New Smyrna Police Department who will catch escapee’s flags, Wanted/Busted t-shirt, Medals & prizes.

FAMILY/YOUTH EVENT EVERY FRIDAY FREE SKATEBOARD LESSONS All ages, 9-10am. NSB Skate park 245 Industrial Park Ave, New Smyrna.

SEPTEMBER 11 FIREFIGHTER BEACH TRIATHLON 8am, Flagler Avenue, New Smyrna Beach, Reg-$65, Test your skills as a Firefighter on course.

SEPTEMBER 7 NIGHT PADDLE OF INDIAN RIVER LAGOON 7;30-9:30pm, Menard-May Park, 413 S Riverside Dr, Edgewater, Observe organisms & beauty of, Bring canoe/ kayak, life preserver, whistle & electric torch, Res req, 386-736-5927.

SEPTEMBER 17 BEACH CLEANUP 9-11am, Flagler Ave, NSB, Flagler Avenue Beachfront Park, New Smyrna Beach, lunch after.

MUSIC EVERY 2ND FRIDAY MUSIC NIGHT AT THE HUB 6-8pm, Live entertainment, Free/members; $5/non-members, 132 Canal St, New Smyrna, (386) 957-3924. TheHubonCanal.org GALLERIES/EXHIBITS EVERY 1ST SATURDAY ART STROLL/ GALLERY WALK 10am- 7pm. Christmas Park, Canal St, New Smyrna, (386) 690-8666. CanalStreetNSB.com EVERY 4TH SATURDAY ART WALK ON FLAGLER 10am-5pm, Local Florida artists, Flagler Avenue, New Smyrna, (386) 428-7870. NOW – SEPTEMBER 27 ENDLESS SUMMER ACA Downtown: Arts on Douglas, 123 Douglas Street, New Smyrna Beach, FREE, Hours Tues-Fri 10am-5pm, Sat 11am-3pm. NOW – NOVEMBER 12 UCF FLYING HORSE EDITIONS: ART OF COLLABORATION Tues-Fri 10am-4pm, Free , Pabst Visitor Center & Gallery, 1414 Art Center Ave, New Smyrna.

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ON THE TOWN

EDDIE VAN HALEN SOUNDED BETTER THANKS TO PATRICK MURRAY

TONY THORNOCK THE ART OF GENE ONSTAGE WITH AMERICA KISS

1984 THE ULTIMATE TRIBUTE TO VAN HALEN TAKES THE BANDSHELL STAGE FOR A STELLAR PERFORMANCE OF VAN HALEN AND SAMMY HAGAR CLASSICS

AMERICA KISS & 1984

GENE SIMMONS GOD OF THUNDER

AUGUST 6, DAYTONA BEACH

GREAT JOB ON VOCALS FROM FRANK LEYENAAR AS SAMMY HAGAR WITH 1984

YOU WANT THE BEST... YOU GOT THE BEST... THE HOTTEST BAND IN THE WORLD... AMERICA KISS

INTRODUCING EMMETT HART III AS ALEX VAN HALEN

THE ULTIMATE ALDEAN

PHOTOS BY “PHOTOBRYAN” LAMBERT

YOU DECIDE THE RIDE AUGUST 26, DAYTONA BEACH

YOU DECIDE THE RIDE POKER RUN FOR CHARITY

KATHY AND TRACEY ENJOYING SOME JASON ALDEAN HITS AT THE DAYTONA BANDSHELL

GREG WEST SIGNS AUTOGRAPHS FOR HOMETOWN DAYTONA BEACH FANS

AUGUST 26, DAYTONA BEACH

THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO MAKES THE ULTIMATE ALDEAN TRIBUTE SHOW ONE OF THE BANDSHELLS BIGGEST ALL SUMMER LONG

SIGN UP AND FIRST CARD AT HIS AND HERS CAFE THE ROCK OF DAYTONA AND MISS INTENT

MARK WOOD AND MISSY TEN OPEN THE SHOW. GREAT JOB AS ALWAYS.

HOME TOWN FAVORITE GREG WEST AS THE ULTIMATE ALDEAN

CHECKING IN AT TRIPLE D CYCLES AND DRAWING ANOTHER CARD

THANKS TO ALL THE RIDERS THAT CAME OUT IN SUPPORT OF THIS GREAT EVENT

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JESSA MONROE FROM THE ROCK OF DAYTONA

THE OCEANWALK SHOPPES A GREAT PLACE TO SHOP AND DINE BEFORE THE CONCERTS

BANDSHELL REGULARS HEATHER, TAMMY AND KATHY ENJOY A GREAT EVENING OF COUNTRY MUSIC

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AND ON THE DRUMS IT’S TUG BOAT FROM 80’S ROCKERS PAPERCUTT

VIP AFTERPARTY FUN SPONSORED BY TRIPLE D CYCLES PLEASE WELCOME VANILLA ICE AND THE 2016 SELFIE TOUR

VANILLA ICE AND PAPERCUTT

PHOTOS BY “PHOTOBRYAN” LAMBERT

AUGUST 28, DAYTONA BEACH

WANNA THANK DOUG FROM TRIPLE D CYCLES AND JEREMY WITH AWAKE LATE FOR MAKING THE VANILLA ICE SHOW HAPPEN

CROWD SURFING PAPERCUTT STYLE

VYBE 103.3 AND PAPERCUTT JUST BEFORE TEARING IT UP 80’S STYLE AT THE DAYTONA HILTON

RACING FOR LOVE 2 WEDDING SHOW

AUGUST 21, DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY

DOING IT VANILLA ICE STYLE

FEATURING THE NEWLY REMODELED, TAVERN AT CYPRESS HEAD GOLF COURSE OF PORT ORANGE, THE PERFECT PLACE TO HAVE A WEDDING!

PHOTOS BY KIMMIE DIBBLE

TRUMPHORIA COMES TO DAYTONA

THE DONALD

BRETT SHUMAN & D.B. POLICE CHIEF MIKE CHITWOOD

AUGUST 3, OCEAN CENTER ROBERT T.

DOREEN BOWDEN

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ORMOND MAINLAND EVENTS FESTIVALS SEPTEMBER 17 GRANADA GRAND FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS 10am-5pm, City Hall Ormond Beach , 22 S Beach St, Ormond Beach, Join us for the 3rd Annual Granada Grand Festival of the Arts -an all day celebration of art, music, literature, chalk art and more. Food trucks, wine&beer, kids activities. GALLERIES/EXHIBITS/MUSIC SEPTEMBER 17 COUNTRY SINGER BOBBY MEEKS 2-4pm, Ormond Beach Performing Arts Center, 399 N US1, Ormond Beach, Traditional Solid Gold Country Classics, $5, 386-676-3375.

MISCELLANEOUS EVERY TUESDAY BAM “BALANCE AND MOTION” CLASS 10:30-11am, Presented by Artie G, FREE 45 minute, very gentle, upbeat and supportive class for all fitness levels. Florida Health Care Plans, 471 S. Nova Road, Ormond Beach. EVERY 2ND WEDNESDAY HOLLY HILL BOOK CLUB 1pm, Book discussion group meets at the Museum. 1066 Ridgewood Ave. Holly Hill, 386-252-2339. SEPTEMBER 6, 13 & 27 FLOW 10am-2pm, Florida Licensing on Wheels (FLOW) is a standalone mobile office with technology to provide most motorists’ needs. City Hall, 22 S Beach St, Ormond Beach.

WORKSHOPS & CLASSES EVERY 4TH THURSDAY ART OF HEALING 3-4:30pm, Free, Visual art program, Cancer Care Center, Florida Hospital, 224 Memorial Medical Pkwy, Ormond (386) 231-2229. FAMILY & YOUTH ONGOING EVERY FRIDAY OPEN GYM 6-8pm, Ormond Beach Gymnastics Center and will be provided for anyone between the ages of 8-21. The Gymnastics Center is located at 432 N. Nova Road, Ormond Beach. $5, 386-676-3250.

BUNNELL/FLAGLER/PALM COAST EVENTS FESTIVALS SEPTEMBER 2 & OCTOBER 7 FIRST FRIDAYS OF THE MONTH 6-9pm. City of Flagler Beach. Exhibits, Food, Music, bring your lawn chair. Flagler Beach, Veterans Park, 105 S. Second St.

ONGOING SEPTEMBER 8 SALVO ART PROJECT 5-7pm, AFTER SCHOOL DRAWING & PAINTING, 6 weeks, 313 Old Brick Rd, Bunnell. www.salvoart.org

SEPTEMBER 8 3RD ANNUAL FLAGLER RESTAURANT WEEK KICK-OFF TASTING PARTY 5:30-7PM, Marineland Dolphin Adventure, 9600 N Oceanshore Blvd, Saint Augustine, Over 20 restaurants, DJ, refreshments, dolphin show, raffles and more! jaclyn@ flaglerchamber.org

FAMILY/YOUTH SEPTEMBER 9 MOVIES IN THE PARK FEATURING “Jurassic World” RATED PG 7:50pm. Begins at dusk, Free. Family feature is shown on the big screen in the stage area at the main entrance to the park. Bring blankets, chairs, picnic baskets, bug spray and make plans to come early with your family, friends and neighbors. 975 Central Ave., Palm Coast.

SEPTEMBER 24 A DAY IN OLD FLORIDA Faver-Dykes State Park, Featuring Live Music by Johnny Motanzaz and the Hombres. Living History Reinactors, Old Time Skills and Crafts, Children’s Section, Nature Hikes, Canoe and Kayak Rental, Food and Merchandise, (386) 446-6783. FOOD/WINE/TASTINGS EVERY 3RD TUESDAY FOOD TRUCK TUESDAYS 5pm- 8:30pm. Central Park, Town Center, 975 Central Ave, Palm Coast, (386) 986-3708, www.palmcoast.gov.com/foodtruck. ALWAYS THE TASTING TOURS Reservation for food and wine, wine & carriage, craft beer & wine, 6 Granada St, St. Augustine, (904) 325-3911. TheTastingTours.com. SEPTEMBER 17 HALF WAY TO ST PATRICKS DAY PARTY 3-10pm, 2444 S Oceanshore Blvd, Flagler Beach, Celebrate the half way mark to the luckiest day of the year! SEPTEMBER 19 INT’L TALK LIKE A PIRATE NIGHT 9.19.16 Golden Lion Cafe , 501 N Oceanshore Blvd, Flagler Beach, Once a year all the Pirates of the world get together in their local Pub and dress, drink the Rum Grrrrog and talk like a Pirate...or walk the Plank! MUSIC 2ND & 4TH SATURDAY JAM OUT AT GAMBLE ROGERS 3-5pm, Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreational Area at Flagler Beach, 3100 S. Oceanshore Blvd, Flagler Beach, 386-517-2086. Celena.Cline@dep.state.fl.us SEPTEMBER 10 PAN AMERICAN DANCE 7pm Dinner, 8:30 Show, 5 Commercial Coast, Palm Coast, mem - $30, non -$35, door $40, 386-446-4532. SEPTEMBER 17 MUSEUM GALA “BANDSTAND BOOGIE” Flagler Beach Historical Museum. 207 S Central Ave, Flagler Beach, If you have them, rock your leather jackets, letter sweaters, saddle shoes, or poodle skirts, dancing, dinner, desserts, trivia, silent auction. (386) 283-0530.

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SEPTEMBER 25 CHILDREN’S ARTS FESTIVAL 10am-4pm, St. Augustine Amphitheatre, 1340 A1A South, Saint Augustine, FREE, family-friendly event. WORKSHOPS & CLASSES EVERY 2ND MONDAY GARDEN CLUB MEETING 12:30pm- 3pm. Raffle for floral design, door prizes, plant sale & light refreshments. Flagler County Extension Service, 150 Sawgrass Rd, Bunnell. (386) 446-0341. GCPCINC.org FUNDRAISERS SEPTEMBER 19 CHRISTMAS COME TRUE GOLF TOURNAMENT 11am-9pm, The Conservatory @ Hammock Beach, Palm Coast, Reg 11am, shotgun 12pm, 18 holes awards, dinner & music, $125-ea/$400-foursome. ChristmasComeTrue.org MISCELLANEOUS WASHINGTON OAKS GARDENS STATE PARK Every 1st Fri at 10am: Garden Walk Every 2nd Sat at 10am- 2pm: Plant Sale 6400 N Oceanshore Blvd, Palm Coast, (386) 446-6783. WashingtonOaks.org SEPTEMBER 10-18 PALM COAST & FLAGLER BEACH SENIOR GAMES Active adults 50+, 14 sports, Registration $15 and $5 per competition, T-Shirt. The idea is to offer fun, fellowship, fitness and competition. aboyer@palmcoastgov.com. SEPTEMBER 11 9/11 FALLEN HEROES MEMORIAL SERVICE 8-9am, Heroes Park, Palm Coast, Speakers, music, a bell ceremony & remembrance, 386-986-2300. SEPTEMBER17 BEACH CLEAN-UP 9am-12pm, Flagler Beach Pier, Leave your footprints in the sand, not your litter! SEPTEMBER 17 2016 MASQUERADE 5K 8am, Reg 9/16 2:30-6:30pm, Flagler Auditorium SR100, Palm Coast, Finishers medals, tshirts for 1st 250 reg, awards for costumes, 1st, 2nd & 3rd place winners. Flaglerauditorium.com

OCTOBER 2 ANNUAL HAMMOCK MUSIC FEST 12pm, Bing’s Landing, 5826 N Oceanshore Blvd, Palm Coast, Support young aspiring local musicians education.

SEPTEMBER 27 ENTREPRENEUR NIGHT 5TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY 5:30-7pm, 101 Palm Harbor Pkwy, # B119, Palm Coast, FREE, CASH BAR, Complimentary Appetizers.

GALLERIES ONGOING NEWLY OPENED CALYPSO GALLERY Fine art, 4601 E Moody Blvd, Bunnell. (386) 916-4438.

OCTOBER 3 DOUGHNUTS WITH DOUGHNEY 8-10am, 408 S Oceanshore Blvd, Flagler Beach, Join Captain Doughney to see what Community Policing is all about!

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FOOTBALL GAME SPECIALS During NCAA & NFL Games on Thursday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday Nights!

Join us this Fall for the all Best NFL & NCAA Football Games with the NFL Sunday Ticket, Sec Network, Big10 Network & more!

4511 S. Atlantic Ave. Ponce Inlet 386.322.3258 • www.racingsnorthturn.com

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The Pit Stop Bar

The ONLY BILLIARDS BAR on A1A!

NOW FORMING POOL AND DART LEAGUES ➠ MONDAY - KARAOKE, 7pm w/Michael Leone ➠ TUESDAY - DART NIGHT w/$2.00 Drafts WEDNESDAY - 1/2 priced Drinks & Beer ➠ THURSDAY - BIKE NIGHT, $1.50 Draft, Rolling Rock, Busch Light ➠ FRIDAY - LIVE ENTERTAINMENT, 9pm ➠ SATURDAY - KARAOKE, 9pm w/Michael Leone ➠ FOOTBALL SUNDAY - $1.00 off all drafts, $10 Domestic Buckets, FREE DOGS while they lasT Mon-Friday 2 pm to Close • Sat & Sun 12 pm to Close 2518 S. ATLANTIC AVE., DAYTONA BEACH • 386.947.7418

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RECIPES FROM OUR EDITOR

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have discovered after years of trials, the Paleo lifestyle. It takes our body back to eating the way we are designed to eat, like our ancestors the huntergatherers. Meat, seafood, fresh vegetables, fruits, and more. Definitely nothing out of a package. And even though we were introduced to grain 10,000 years ago, we have survived grain free for 99% of mans existence on earth. Thus, we all have friends who suffer from horrible stomach issue, bloating, rashes, weight gain and more. So here's a good start with one of my favorite recipes and do a little Googling. You might find this way of living is perfect for you. Bon Appetit!

CILANTRO LIME CHICKEN

INGREDIENTS • 2 Lime (1-2) • Cilantro, fresh (2 tablespoons) • Zucchinis (8) • Bone-in, Skin-on Chicken thighs (4) • Bone-in, Skin-on Chicken Drumsticks (4) • Coriander (5 tablespoon) • Cumin (5 teaspoon) • Sea Salt (3 teaspoons) • Black pepper (2 teaspoon) • Olive oil (3 tablespoons)

DIRECTIONS Preheat oven to 375 degrees. In a small bowl mix: Corriander, Cumin, Salt, and Pepper. Evenly coat the each side of the chicken thighs and drumsticks with spice mixture. Heat 2T olive oil in skillet until it begins to "pop." Place 2-4 pieces of chicken in to the skillet, skin side down, and pan-fry for 2-3 minutes, or until skin is crispy and brown. Repeat with the remaining sides, adding more olive oil as needed. Once pan-frying is complete, place thighs into a baking dish, skin side up, and put them in the oven to cook for 30-40 minutes. Remove from oven once internal temperature is 165 degrees, or until the chicken is no longer pink inside. Garnish with chopped cilantro and a squeeze of lime. For more paleo and primal friendly recipes visit thefoodee.com. Courtesy of Well Live Network www. livewellnetwork.com and www.thefoodee.com

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RIDES & RALLIES

MORTORCYCLES & CLASSIC CARS MOTORCYCLE CHARITY RIDES

Every 4th Friday GROUP RIDE Bruce Rossmeyer’s Harley-Davidson & Destination Daytona, 1635 N US 1, Ormond Beach. (866) 642-3464. BruceRossmeyer.com. Every Sunday SUNDAY FUNDAY Starts at Indian Motorcycles, Daytona Beach at 11:30 AM, Kick-Stands up at 1pm, New Route each week with the Party at Main Street Station, Daytona Beach. Join Daytona Radio Station WHOG on the last Sunday each month. September 10 JASON BURNETT MEMORIAL USO BENEFIT Registration 8:30-10am at Orlando Harley South (7786 W. Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee) KICKSTANDS UP-10:30am, AFTER PARTY 12–3pm,$25incl:70Mile Escorted Ride,Event T-Shirt, Breakfast, Lunch, www.usobenefitride.com. September 17 VENOM’S 1ST ANNUAL BIKE FEST In Honor of POW MIA Recognition Day 12pm. Table Setting at 1pm. Venom’s Back Room, 7430 US Highway 19, New Port Richey. September 15-18 PETERSON’S KEY WEST RUN This is the 43rd Anniversary for this run/rally that ranks on the Lightning Customs Major Bike Rally list. Go to www.personsharley.com for more information. The ride leaves Person’s in Miami with Poker Run Stops along the way, ending in Key West where riders spend the weekend for events. September 18 ERNEST FOWLER KIDNEY TRANSPLANT POKER RUN, 10AM, Beaver Bar – US1, Ormond Beach, Kickstands up-11am, 2nd- White Eagle Lounge, 3 rd-Franks Place, 4th-Boot Hill, Last Stop-Rudy’s Bar & Grill, $10-Bike, Food, Raffles, 50/50, Music, Beer & drink Specials. September 24 RUN FOR C’LEE C’LEE is a local small business owner and good friend to many. She was diagnosed with stage 4C Voice Box Cancer. No Insurance and unable to work she was just told her cancer was back and now it’s i noperable and incurable. Please help her, the daughter of two marines who’s motto is, “I wasn’t raised by two Marines to surrender!” 10am sign up at Mark’s Sports Bar, last Bike out at 11am. $10 donation per hand, 50/50 and raffles. Scott 386-675-5785. October 1 SHERIFF’S MOTOR OFFICER ESCORTED RUN FOR BREAST CANCER AWARENESS Registration 8am, KICKSTANDS UP-9:30am at Dunkin Donuts, US1, Rockledge, The American Cancer Society & the Space Coast Motorcycle Alliance $20 includes ride, Barbecue Lunch, Beer, Soda & Water Tent, Free Bike Wash (No Bikini’s this day) & Free Haunted House Tour. Music by “Changes” Ride for a Great Cause... ‘cause we need to save the Ta Ta’s! October 2 8TH ANNUAL GO PINK ESCORTED MOTORCYCLE RIDE Registration-9am, Kickstands up-10:30am, Starts and Ends at Barn – Sanford, $20-rider, $10-passenger. FREE event t-shirt, FREE pin, FREE goody bag - first 200 pre-registered, Lunch available for purchase, music, raffles, 50/50, auctions, games & fun, PRIZE for the most outrageous PINK Outfit! Chapter Challenge! October 8 TOY SOLDIER POKER RUN 10AM-6PM, 4125 NW 97th Blvd, Gainesville, NFPC 5th Annual Toy Soldier Poker Run, benefiting Herry’s Kids Hospice of Citrus County and the Nature Coast. Starts at Gainesville Harley Davidson at 10am. cost $10 plus unwrapped new toy per rider, or $20 no toy per person.

CAR AND BIKE SHOWS BRUCE ROSSMEYER’S HARLEY-DAVIDSON Every 4th Saturday Cruisin’ Destination Daytona Car Show Every 2nd Sunday Super Swap Sunday 1635 N US 1, Ormond Beach. (866) 642-3464. BruceRossmeyer.com. Every Wednesday WEEKLY CAR SHOW 5-8pm, Woody’s Bar-B-Q, 99 Flagler Plaza Dr, Palm Coast. (386)439-5010. Every Thursday WEEKLY CAR SHOW 4-7pm, Guiseppes Steel City Pizza, 3658 S Nova Rd, Port Orange,(386)761-4717, GuiseppesSteelCityPizza.com Every 1st Saturday CAR SHOW & SWAP MEET 9am-1pm, Daytona Flea Market, Tomoka Farms Rd, Daytona,(386)767-0946. Every 2nd Saturday CANAL STREET CRUISE-IN 4-8pm, Presented by the East Coast Cruisers Car Club, Family friendly car show offering food and entertainment in a historic setting, Canal St, New Smyrna,(386)478-9651, EastCoastCruisersNSB.com. Every 3rd Saturday CRUISIN’ DOWNTOWN DELAND 4-7pm, Live DJ, giveaways, shopping & dining, E Indiana Ave, DeLand,(386)738-0649, MainStreetDeLand.org Every 3rd Sunday MOTORCYCLE SWAP MEET 9am-4pm, Live music, food and beer, St Augustine Flea Market, 2493 St Rd 207,(904)824-4210, St. AugustineFleaMarket.com. Every 1st Sunday CABBAGE PATCH CRUISE IN 11am- 4pm, Open to all makes & models of cars and bikes, Music, giveaways, and drink specials, Benefits St. Jude, Cabbage Patch, 549 Tomoka Farms Rd, New Smyrna,(386)405-5525, CabbagePatchBar.com.

BIKER EVENTS

BRUCE ROSSMEYER’S HARLEY-DAVIDSON Every 1st Sat 12-4pm: Biker Block Party Every Thurs 7pm: Saints & Sinners Bike Night Every 3rd Thurs: After Hours Party, (866)642-3464, 1635 N US 1, Ormond Beach, BruceRossmeyer.com. Every Tuesday BIKE NIGHT 7-9pm, Live music, free food, and drink specials, The Original First Turn, 5236 Ridgewood Ave, Port Orange,(386)788-5434, FirstTurnSteakHouse.com. Every Wednesday BIKE NIGHT 7-10pm, $1 longnecks and live music, see this month’s Live & Local for the lineup, Main Street Station, 316 Main St, Daytona,(386) 214-1389. MainStreetLive.com. Every Wednesday BIKE NIGHT Drink Specials, Vendors, 50/50, FREE Pool, Food, Raffles, Line Dance, The Barn, 1200 S. French Ave, Sanford. www.thebarninsanford.com. Every Wednesday BIKE NIGHT 7PM. Free Wings. $10 Domestic Bucket, Live Music. Rudy’s Bar and Grill. Corner of LPGA and US1 in Holly Hill. Every Thursday BIKE NIGHT Special: XL Cheese Pizza, 12 Garlic Knots, 10 Wings or Large Salad, $18.99. Mama Mia’s Port Orange, 3761 S. Nova Rd Port Orange. Every 3rd Thursday VINTAGE BIKE NIGHT 6pm, $25/tasting of 6 whiskey flights & deli platter, Main Street Station, 316 Main St, Daytona, (386) 214-1389, MainStreetLive.com.

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TUESDAY & THURSDAY 3:30-4:30pm, Pilates, (386) 453-6522. SEPTEMBER 22 PASTITSO DINNER 4-7:30 PM, Pastitso (Greek-Style Lasagna), Spinach and Feta Triangles, Stuffed Grape Leaves, Greek Salad, and Galakto boureko, The Casements, 25 Riverside Dr, Ormond, (386) 676-3216. TheCasements.net MyBigFatGreekCookingClass.com OCTOBER 5 DECORATIVE FOLDED CARDS & ENVELOPES Ormond Memorial Art Museum, 78 E Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach, 386-676-3347.

OCTOBER 7 OBAG EXHIBIT The Casements, 25 Riverside Dr, Ormond, (386) 676-3363, TheCasements.net EVERY 1ST FRIDAY ORMOND MEMORIAL ART MUSEUM 6-7:30pm, Free Family Art Night. $20-54. Ormond Memorial Art Museum, 78 E Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach. (386) 676-3347. OrmondArtMuseum.org COMEDY EVERY 1ST & 3RD MONDAY COMEDY SHOWCASE 9-11pm, Bellair Lanes, 2575 N Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach. FAMILY & YOUTH EVERY 1ST FRIDAY ORMOND MEMORIAL ART MUSEUM 6-7:30pm, Free Family Art Night, $20- 54,

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ONGOING CLASSES AND EXHIBITS OrmondArtMuseum.org for more information, to numerous to list. Ormondmainstreet.com for classes, meetings and events. MISCELLANEOUS ONGOING ORMOND BEACHSIDE WALKING TOURS Ormond Beach Historical Society 10am, Historical Society’s MacDonald House, 38 E. Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach, Tickets: $10- adults/$8-seniors, 386-677-7005. ONGOING HISTORICAL ORMOND BEACH BUS TOURS 2 hour tour of historical buildings & sites incl Fairchild Oak & Three Chimneys Sugar Mill Ruins, Adults-$20/ Children-$7, Casements, 25 Riverside Dr., Ormond Beach, 386-677-7005.

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September is Hat Month L

ondon black taxies are made tall so that a gentleman can ride in them without taking off a top hat. In the middle of 19th century baseball, umpires wore top hats during the game. White tall chef hats traditionally have 100 pleats to represent hundreds of ways an egg can be prepared. They were invented by cuisine inventors Marie-Antoine Carème and Auguste Escoffier as a method of establishing hierarchy in the kitchen. Elisabeth I had a law according to which every person older than 7 years had to wear a cap on Sundays and holy days. It is said that when John Hetherington wore one of the first top hats in 1797 in the streets, he was arrested for scaring the people. He ended up in court and paid 50 pounds sterling. Trilby, a variant of fedora, was named after heroine Trilby O’Ferral of a George du Maurier novel. The process of making felt involved the use of mercury which is toxic with prolonged exposure can cause damage in the nervous system, tremors and dementia. From that originates the phrase, “mad as a hatter”. Fedora was first a women’s hat then men’s. Now it is both. In the 1920s there was an odd custom in America that it was common if people wore straw hats after September 15 they were beaten up. The “Dunce” hat was introduced by medieval theologian John Duns Scotus (1265-1308). His idea was that a conical hat funneled knowledge from God into a head of the dunce. The Panama hat was never made in Panama. It is made in Equador. Those who supply men’s hats are called hatters, while those who supply women’s hats are called milliners. Vikings never wore horned helmets. French Magician Louis Comte was first to pull out a rabbit from a top hat in 1814. The first record of a hat was in a painting in a cave at Lussac-les-Chateaux in Central France and it dates some 15,000 BC. There is a law in Wyoming that prohibits wearing a hat that obstructs the view in a theatre or some other place of amusement. In Fargo, North Dakota, There is a law that forbids dancing while wearing a hat under the penalty of jail. There is still a law in Kentucky that forbids a man to buy a ten gallon hat if his wife is not present to assist in choosing a model. The smallest hat worn by men was from the 18th century, and it was a small tricorn hat with dimensions of two inches by four inches. And it was worn on the top of the wig. Fedora was named after the Princess Fedora Romanoff from the play Fédora by the French author Victorien Sardou. Colors of hard hats can have meaning and are used to distinguish roles at the construction sites and for safety. White hard hats are supervisors or engineers, blue - technical advisers. Safety inspectors wear green hard hats. Yellow hard hats are for laborers while orange or pink are reserved for new workers or visitors.

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MUSIC EVERY FRIDAY & SATURDAY BANDSHELL SUMMER CONCERTS FREE, Daytona Beach Bandshell (Oceanwalk Shoppes), 70 Boardwalk, Daytona Beach. SEPTEMBER 9 Fri 7pm – Tim McGraw Tribute, SEPTEMBER 10 Sat 7:15pm – AC/DC-Tribute, Sept 17-Pink Floyd Tribute

SEPTEMBER 16 CLIMB TO THE MOOM! 7:30-9:00pm, Toast setting sun & rising of full moon, Beverage & hors d’oeuvres, Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse, 4931 South Peninsula Drive Ponce Inlet, (386) 761-1821.

GALLERIES/MUSEUM EXHIBITS ONGOING LILLIAN HOUSE MUSEUM TOURS Oldest house on Daytona Beach Fully furnished Victorian home 1-5pm daily except Tue, 111 Silver Beach Ave., Daytona Beach, (386) 256-4810.

SEPTEMBER 17 ROCKIN FOR AWARENESS 2 12:30pm, Bank & Blues 701 Main St, Daytona Beach, **DON’T MISS THIS ONCE A YEAR AMAZING EVENT, 7 LIVE BANDS: Mad Hadder, Down Shift, Speed Limit 70, Bender, Baby Punch Face, Evil Monkey & The Jeff Whitfield Band, BIKE SHOW 12:00-2:00pm, Open & Free , Food and Beverages will be provided at cost. OCTOBER 1 2ND ANNUAL DAYTONAPALOOZA ORIGINAL MUSIC & ART FESTIVAL Historic Main St Entertainment District, Daytona Beach. Main St, Bank & Blues,Mainstreet station, Boot Hill Saloon, Froggy’s Crusin Cafe, Full Moon Saloon, Dirty Harry’s Sunsetters and more, Over 150 acts at 18 Stages, “Its The Street Party You Wont Want To Miss”! FOOD / WINE / TASTINGS EVERY 3RD TUESDAY VICTORIAN TEA AT THE LILLIAN PLACE 2pm, $20, Lillian Place Historic House, 111 Silver Beach Ave, Daytona, (386) 256-4810. HeritagePreservationTrust.org

FUNDRAISERS SEPTEMBER 17 AN EVENING OF GLITTER & GOLD 5-10pm, Ocean Center, 101 N Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach, Dinner, Entertainment, Music & Dancing, Live & Silent Auctions, Gambling and Door Prizes. Semi-formal, Sponsorships are available with Tables starting at $750. Individual tickets are $75. MISCELLANEOUS EVERY WEDNESDAY RIVER OF HISTORY BOAT TOUR Richard Sturge and team on tour of Ponce Inlet Intracoastal Waterway. Ponce Inlet Water Sports to New Smyrna before returning, 386-405-3445, $25/adults; 5-12 /$10, 4936 South Peninsula Drive, Ponce Inlet. EVERY 1ST OF MONTH SPA SOCIAL Wine, Buffet, Relaxation and Pampering, “Life in Center”, $25.00, Daytona Beach Spa & Wellness Center, 211 E ISB, Daytona Beach, (386) 243-9644. SEPTEMBER 29 FAIL FORWARD DAYTONA 6pm, Ocean Center, 101 N Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach, The road to success is cluttered with setbacks, adversity, and failure. Fail Forward is a community event that celebrates risk taking and lessons we can learn from adversity.

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Area Farmers’ Markets FLAGLER BEACH FARMERS’ MARKET is open every Friday & Saturday all year long, sunrise to mid afternoon in beautiful Downtown Flagler Beach, right next to the Atlantic Ocean. Located on State Road 100- only 3 miles from 1-95. www.flaglerbeachfarmersmarket.com. GATEWAY CENTER FOR THE ARTS FARMER’S MARKET, Saturday, 8 am - 1 pm, offers shopping and entertainment, fresh fruits and vegetables, hand made breads, beautiful plants and flowers, jewelry, live entertainment and so much more... Hands-on-Art, FREE popcorn and lemonade. Located at 880 North 17-92/at Saxon/DeBary. 386-668-5553. LAKE HELEN MARKET IN THE PARK is held every Saturday from 8:00 am - 1 :00 pm. Fresh produce, locally raised chicks, hens, roosters, ducks, geese and rabbits. Also vegetables, bedding, house and landscape plants. Lakeview Dr., Lake Helen. LAKE MARY FARMERS’ MARKET is open Saturdays, 9:00 am - 1 :30 pm, weather permitting. Fresh produce, pasta, sauces, BBQ, organic coffee, large and small plants, orchids and much more. 100 N. Country Club Road, Lake Mary. www.lakemaryfarmersmarket.com. NEW SMYRNA FARMERS’ MARKET is held every Saturday 7 am- 12 pm. Local family farmers and growers offer fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers, plants, juices, dairy products, eggs, seafood, baked goods, art, and more. 110 Canal Street, New Smyrna Beach. www.freewebs.com/canalstreetfarmersmarket. ORMOND BEACH FARMERS’ MARKET is now open on the mainland, each Thursday from 8 am-1 pm at Ormond Beach City Hall Plaza, 22 S. Beach St. , Ormond Beach. They have over thirty great vendors each week. Only fresh produce or artisan products allowed. New vendors welcome. www. ormondbeachfarmersmarket.com THE FARMERS’ & OPEN AIR MARKET at the Putnam County Fairgrounds is open every Mon., all year long, from 9 am to 2 pm. Located in East Palatka (20 minutes West of St Augustine,) 1/2 mile south of SR 207. just off Highway 17. 117 Yelvington Rd., East Palatka. THE SANFORD FARMERS’ MARKET is a fabulous green market. Many unique vendors, over 25 in the fall. They offer farm-fresh produce, organic produce, local honey, baked goods, sweets, pastas, teas, herbs, plants and so much more. Every Saturday 9 am-2 pm. Located in Magnolia Square at the heart of Downtown Sanford, on 1st St. & Magnolia Ave. THE ST. AUGUSTINE BEACH LOCAL FARMERS’/ARTS & CRAFTS MARKET is every Wednesday from 7:30 am- 12:30 pm. Fresh produce including organic produce. Approximately 30 artisans as vendors. St. Johns County Pier parking lot, St. Augustine Beach. www.staugbchcivicassoc.com. ALL ABOARD FLEA & FARMER’S MARKET open Thurs - Sun, 7 am - 2 pm. Offerings include fresh produce, fresh flowers, lawn and garden, toys and collectibles, tools, jewelry, CO’s, movies, and fishing gear. New vendors welcome. Port Orange Flea and Farmers Market, 5005 Ridgewood Ave., Port Orange. (386) 523-7749. DOWNTOWN DAYTONA BEACH FARMERS MARKET is open Saturdays, 7 am- 1 pm. Located in historic downtown Daytona Beach. Beach St. & Magnolia Ave., between City Island Library & Jackie Robinson Stadium. Featuring fresh produce, fresh food, and handmade goods. (386) 258-8150. BARBERVILLE FAMILY FARM SWAP & MARKET is the largest farm market in Volusia County with 50-70 sellers 2 x’s a month, selling just farm market related goods. The farm market is unique in that we sell livestock, fowl , farm and ranch related items right along side the traditional farmers market produce/ veggies,and such. www.farmswapmarket.com or 386-469-9409. ORANGE CITY HAS A FARMER’S MARKET every Friday from 8 am to 1 pm. We offer local and organically grown produce, fresh baked goods, plants, herbs, handmade goods, variety of foods, and more! www.ourorangecity.com for more information. PALM COAST FARMERS & ARTISAN MARKET is set in a beautiful setting at The European Village. Sunday’s from 4-7 pm. Expect dozens of quality vendors with Fresh Vegetables, Fresh Juice, Fresh Bread, Cheese, Seafood, Grass fed meats and more. www.european-village.com. THE PAVILION PORT ORANGE FARMERS’ MARKET is located at 5501 South Williamson Blvd., is every Saturday in season from 9 am-1pm. Awesome produce, Organic produce and fresh eggs, fruits, Fish Chic S eafood, Bread, Artesian products, gifts and much more. For more information, (386) 882-4965.

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Horoscopes

For September 2016 Some of the positive Virgo traits include reliability, intelligence, practicability, and modesty. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): We include two eclipses this month; both affect you strongly but the month ahead won’t be as challenging as March was. You have more energy supporting you now. Still, it is best to take it easy and relax more during the eclipse periods. The solar eclipse of the 1st occurs in your own sign. Those of you born between September 25 and October 5 will feel it most strongly but all of you will feel it to some degree. This eclipse brings a redefinition of the self, your personality and self-concept. Generally outer events get you to do this. If people are slandering or misrepresenting you, you have to define yourself for yourself, or allow others to do. This latter scenario does not get too pleasant. Over the next six months, you will submit a new ‘look’ to the world and this often involves wardrobe and hairstyle changes. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): An eventful month ahead, Libra. There will be a lot turbulence, but also many good things. Jupiter does any sign on the 10th and starts a long-term cycle of prosperity and optimism. When the Sun enters on the 22nd you begin a yearly personal pleasure peak. So the month ahead should be very pleased. Two eclipses are creating considerable turbulence in the world and in your environment this month. However, their effect does not be too keen on you personally. The solar eclipse of the 1st occurs in your 12th house of spirituality. This announces spiritual changes – changes in practice, attitude and teachings. Generally this comes from new revelation received. (You’re still in the midst of a very spiritual period, until the 22nd.) There are dramas and shake-ups in spiritual or charitable organizations, you are the property of and in the lives of the leaders of these organizations. The dream life will be hyperactive and perhaps troubling, but don’t give it too much weight. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): A lot of changes are taking action month, Scorpio. The universal energies are now shifting in a new way. On 10th Jupiter enters your 12th house of spirituality. From here on in – for the next year – you’re in a more spiritual period. Your spiritual understanding is doing not go to ‘abstract and philosophical’, however; in fact it will have concrete bottom-line results. You are naturally very intuitive, and now the financial intuition takes place in a big way. You are required to trust it. Two eclipses this month shakes things up. This is their purpose. There is a cosmic plan for the world and in your life. If people are on a divergent path, due to human free will, the eclipse takes them back to the plan. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 20): Another busy and hectic kind of month, with two eclipses just be incorporated into the stress. Make sure you get enough rest this month. Just try to spend more time at a health spa or schedule more messages. Maintain the focus on the essentials in your life and let trivial matters go. You can improve the health status through hip massage until the 22nd and through detoxes after that date. You give in to spiritual healing after the 22nd too. The solar eclipse on the 1st occurs in your 10th house of career. Career is situated in the middle of bloom right now, but this eclipse indicates changes in your industry, company or profession. You will in all probability go and get a new approach to the career. There are dramatic events took the lives of parents, parent figures and bosses. Students make important changes to educational plans. There are dramas in your place of worship and in the lives of worship leaders. This eclipse – a strong one – also impacts on Mars and Saturn. Thus there are financial dramas, disturbance and important changes. Children and children figures should take it easy over this period, as lifechanging dramas in their lives are shown in them as well. CAPRICORN (Dec. 21-Jan. 20): Relations with siblings, sibling figures and neighbours have been tense all year. This month even more so. You have to make harder to maintain harmony. It will be a great idea to drive more defensively this month. We consist of two eclipses this month and these are always secured for producing change and drama – both personally and in the world. It rides the mouth more hectic. The solar eclipse of the 1st occurs in your 9th house. Best to avoid foreign travel during that period. Students at college level make dramatic changes to their educational plans. Often they change schools or courses, or change direction in their educational planning. There are upheavals in your place of worship and in the lives of worship leaders and members of your congregation. Often this kind of eclipse tests your personal philosophy and your outlook on life. Your belief systems get challenged by events and often they will need to be modified or dropped. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21-Feb. 18): Your 8th house of transformation became power last month, and continues to be until the 22nd. This is a turbulent kind of house. Often we deal with ‘do or die’ kinds of situations when it is brought up. Two eclipses this month just is added to the turbulence. The solar eclipse of the 1st occurs in your 8th house. Often there are encounters with death – reminders from the Dark Angel that he is around and is a force to be undertaken reckoned with. Life here on earth is short

(especially by cosmic standards), and so you need to be about the business that you were born to do. There are shake-ups in the financial life of the spouse, partner and current love. Significant changes will have to be done. He or she is not only dealing with monetary changes, but personal kinds of dramas as well. These could prove your current relationship. The lunar eclipse of the 16th occurs in your money house and brings personal finance changes to you too. PISCES (Feb. 18-Mar. 20): A hectic kind of month, Pisces. Health still needs attention until the 22nd, so needs to bear in mind our discussion of this past month. Health is also indicated by two eclipses this month, which both are under a strong effect on you. So says that he took it nice and easy this September. Schedule more massages and rest periods into your days. Enhance the health through proper diet and by paying greater attention to the small intestine until the 22nd and the hips and kidneys afterwards. Hip message will be very beneficial if you feel under the weather. an herbal kidney cleanse might be just the ticket too. The solar eclipse of the 1st occurs in your own sign and you’re personally very seriously affected. ARIES (Mar. 21-Apr. 20): First off, there will be just for two eclipses this month – these practically guarantee dramatic change. Aside from this, Jupiter gets to make a major move into your 7th house of love on the 10th. Both the month and year ahead is strongly romantic. Then, on the 22nd, the planetary power shifts from the lower half of the chart to the upper half. This signals a psychological shift in you. Hopefully, by now, you’ve found your point of emotional harmony. You’ve brought home and family into order. Now it is high time to focus on the career and your outer objectives. Your Career Planet Saturn began to make progress in the 18th of last month, so there is no conceptual clarity and good forward momentum. Mars, the ruler of your Horoscope, spends the month ‘out of bounds’ and will ‘pause’ in the heavens from the 19th to the 28th. This pause is a good thing that. With all the excitement being there this is a pause that refreshes. You need to get to your bearings. TAURUS (Apr. 21-May 21): With two eclipses happening, the month ahead is turbulent and eventful. Aside from the eclipses, Jupiter is all a matter of major move this month from your 5th House to your 6th house of health and work on the 10th. The party is winding down; it is time to concentrate on your work, on being productive for others. It’s like going from being the playboy or playgirl to become the servant. A shift in psychology. Service, tell everyone the sages, is love in action. There are supplementary, hidden, pleasures in industrious work and serving others that are not found in the theatre or night club. This is a period (and it continues well into next year) where you explore this. Jupiter’s move into your 6th house is terrific news for job seekers. A dream job waits for you. It’s not going ‘just another job’, but something really wonderful. Even those of you who are now employed will have new and better job opportunities coming. GEMINI (May 21-June 21): Health is always very delicate this month, especially until the 27th, and two eclipses this month are adding to the pressure. Need to bear in mind our discussion of last month. The solar eclipse of the 1st affects you very much. Said that he took it nice and easy during that period. (Those of you born from June 14–20 are going to feel this eclipse most strongly.) Drive more carefully and more defensively. This eclipse occurs in your 10th house of career, so there are career changes happening – either in your own career or in the lives of people engaged in your career. Changes have been going on in your company and industry for some months and these are accelerated now. There are personal dramas in the lives of parents, parent figures and bosses. CANCER (June 21-July 20): The planetary power is currently in the nadir (lowest point) of your chart. It is the ‘midnight hour’ in your year – the magical, mystical midnight hour. A new day is starting in the darkest point of the night. So the focus is placed on home, family and your emotional wellness. Career can be (as in a position to) downplayed. Mars, your career planet, has his ‘solstice’ from the 19th to the 28th. He will be more or less stay in one position of latitude that whole period. This displays a ‘pause’ in the career. Career activity more or fewer stops for a while. Don’t be scared by this pause. These pause bring heightened career activity later on. The pause is converted into positive change. LEO (July 21-Aug. 22): The month ahead is turbulent in the world at large, but nice things are happening for you personally. You’re still in a yearly financial peak until the 22nd, and overall health is always excellent. You can take care of the turmoil. We have two eclipses this month – a solar eclipse on the 1st and a lunar eclipses on the 16th. Of the two, the solar eclipse of the 1st is now under a stronger impact on you. Your health is a good thing that, but reduces your schedule over this period; there’s no need to tempt the fates.

Courtesy of freemonthlyhoroscope2016.blogspot.com

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September is Honey Month so in honor of that let’s take a look at a cocktail recipe where honey is an ingredient. But to use HONEY you first need to make it into a syrup by mixing equal parts honey and water on the stove until the honey dissolves. You can use any honey of your choice, it is a seasonal product that changes with the seasons. I like to keep it local so I get my honey from a Beekeeper in Bunnell at Michael’s Health Food on Beville Road. INGREDIENTS: 2 ounces bourbon 3/4 ounce freshly squeezed juice from 1 lemon 3/4 ounce honey syrup (see note above) DIRECTIONS: Combine all ingredients in an ice-filled shaker. Shake until well chilled, about 10 seconds. Strain into an ice-filled double old fashioned glass.

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