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Winter season in West Palm Beach!!!

The Art Distric of the Palm Beaches

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by Erica Rohrscheib The Palm Beaches, built around tree-shaded streets and squares, these electric downtowns that boast colorful collections of galleries, boutiques and culinary options. You can find here information related to museums and events of all the arts!

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Whether your travel passions are cultural, culinary or sports oriented, we have the top events to create the memories to last you a lifetime!

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Plan your tour in canoes or kayaks so you can enjoy the diversity of birds, insects, alligators, and many other animals. This is the best season to explore! Do not forget to take your snacks!

Anatomy of a Beautiful Smile

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You’d be surprised to know that most natural looking and undetectable “Hollywood smiles” are the work of a dentist. Read about it here!

The War on Cellulite:

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A weapon that really Work

Kick-off the 2014 Polo 23 Season at International Polo Club It is in our city, in the beautiful facilities of the International Polo Club (IPC) which brings together the best Polo players in the world for the 16 weeks of the duration of the tournament.

Gourmet Corner

Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge!

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Independent Imaging

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The latest technology for the early detection of cancer and 3D images. It’s here in Wellington!

Hope Ministry

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Let God touch you in the New Year. Read our column H.O.P.E ministry, there you will find a word to build spiritually.

by Maria Eugenia Marquez We want to encourage our readers to try different cuisines and experiment the different ways of preparing food that will let them dive into one of the greatest pleasures of life.

Heaven On Earth

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Ask God to bring that transformation that will lead to success in love, health and finances in your life!

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WINTER SEASON IN WEST PALM BEACH!!!

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The of the Palm Beaches by Erica Rohrscheib The Palm Beaches, built around treeshaded streets and squares, these electric downtowns that boast colorful collections of galleries, boutiques and culinary options. The same downtowns stretch back across time itself. Our neighborhoods have been home to many generations of families. Their architecture with timeless designs speaks for itself. Together, historic downtowns and neighborhoods rush with locals going about their way, and the tourists taking in the essence that makes our towns so lively and unique!

Florida is a true haven for artists and free spirits and offers visitors many things to do so they can immerse themselves in the area's cultural scene. The Palm Beaches are Florida's Cultural Capital; the museums tell the story and show what sets us apart as a world-class destination. We have museums of art, science, history and even some dedicated to children. We also have museums on the National Register of Historic Places, where the buildings are an actual part of history. It is worth visiting some or all of them!

South Florida Science Center and Aquarium Hands-on science center, aquarium, planetarium, museum store, special weekend programs, observatory, laser concerts, science trail, Egypt Gallery and miniature galaxy golf. Permanent and traveling exhibits. Family-oriented activities for all ages including adult lecture series throughout the year. When: Mon – Fri 9am – 5pm, Sat – Sun 10am – 6pm Where: 4801 Dreher Trail N, West Palm Beach, FL 33405 Phone: 561-832-1988 https://www.sfsciencecenter.org/titanic Special Event: What: Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition (Premier Exhibition) When: Begin: Nov 16, 2013 Ends: Apr 20, 2014 Where: South Florida Science Center and Aquarium 4801 Dreher Trail N, West Palm Beach, FL 33405 Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens The Sculpture Gardens provide visitors of all ages a rare look at the life’s work of a truly American sculptor. Born in Alabama, Ann Vaughan Weaver drew from the time she was five years old and received her first sculpting tool at age eight. Ann attended Smith College and subsequently moved to New York to study at the National Academy of Design, Arts Student League of New York and Cooper Union. When: Wed thru Sun - 10 am - 4 pm Where: 253 Barcelona Road West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Phone: 561-832-5328 http://www.ansg.org/

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Armory Art Center A dedicated group of artists, art teachers and community activists were responsible for the formation of the Armory Art Center in 1986 to ensure the continuation of practical art instruction in Palm Beach County. At that time, the Norton Museum Gallery and School of Art no longer saw having an art school as part of its mission; it became known as the Norton Museum of Art, and discontinued art instruction classes. When: Mon - Fri 9am – 4:30pm Sat - 9am-2pm – Closed on Sun Where: 1700 Parker Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Phone: 561-832-1776 http://www.armoryart.org/ ArtHouse 429 When: Mon – Fri 11am - 6pm, and by appointment Where: 429 25th Street West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Phone: 561-231-0429 http://arthouse429.com/ Special Events: What: OPENING: “New Art by Gallery Artists” When: Dec. 12th 6:30pm-8:30pm What: SOLO EXHIBITION: Rising Star Street Artist CARL PAOLI When: December 17th, 6:30-8:30pm What: EVENT: “A Live Demonstration Event by Gallery Artists” When: January 9th, 6:30pm-8:30pm What: SOLO EXHIBITION: Los Angeles artist KIMBERLY BROOKS When: February 6th, 6:30pm-8:30pm Where: ArtHouse 429

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429 25th Street West Palm Beach, FL 33407 (Exhibit runs through March 6) Boca Raton Historical Society & Museum and the Train Museum When: Mon - Fri 10am - 4pm Where: 747 South Dixie Highway Boca Raton, FL 33432 Phone: 561-395-6766 http://www.bocahistory.org/ Special Event: What: Holiday Evening Tour of Boca Raton Resort & Club Enjoy an engaging history tour of the Boca Raton Resort & Club among the holiday splendor! The 1.5 hour guided walking tour of the historic hotel includes the story of Addison Mizner, his architectual inspiration, and a look at the hotel's evolution since the 1920s. When: Tues, Dec 17th 7:00 pm Cost: $25 per person $20 for BRHSM members Where: Boca Raton Resort & Club, 501 E. Camino Real, Boca Raton Advanced RSVP required. Call 561.395.6766 x101

and women that made, used, and treasured these objects. When: Sun – 12pm - 5pm Tues – Sat 10am - 5pm The Museum is closed Mondays and Holidays Where: One Whitehall Way Palm Beach, FL 33480 Phone: 561-655-2833 http://www.flaglermuseum.us/ Special Event: What: Stories in Sterling: Four Centuries of Silver in New York When: Jan 28th - April 20th, 2014 Where: Flagler Museum One Whitehall Way Palm Beach, FL 33480

Boca Raton Museum of Art When: Closed on Mon, Tues – Fri 10am – 5pm Sat & Sun NOON – 5pm Wed (Nov& Dec) 10am – 9pm Where: 501 Plaza Real Boca Raton, FL 33432 Phone: 561-392-2500 http://www.bocamuseum.org/ Flagler Museum Four Centuries of Silver in New York, an exhibition that interprets nearly 200 compelling pieces of silver within their cultural context, focusing on the men 10

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Delray Beach Center for the Arts When: Free Friday Concert at the Pavilion Check website for details Where: 51 North Swinton Avenue Delray Beach, FL 33444 Phone: 561-243-7922 http://www.delraycenterforthearts.org/ Dolly Hand Cultural Arts Center When: Box Office hours: Mon -Thurs 9am - 4pm - Fri 9 am - NOON Where: 1977 College Drive Belle Glade, FL 33430 Phone: 561-993-1160 http://www.palmbeachstate.edu Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens When: Tues – Sun 10am - 5pm The Museum is closed Mondays and Holidays Where: 4000 Morikami Park Road Delray Beach, FL 33446 Phone: 561-495-0233 http://www.morikami.org/ Special Event: What: Oshogatsu Includes Japan’s customary ricepounding and making of mochi rice cakes:

viewing of the sado tea ceremony, kakizome, hands-on calligraphy: nengajo, New Year's card-making: omikuji, fortune-telling and games like hanetsuki, similar to badminton, and fukuwarai, similar to pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey. Celebrate 2014 and the year of the horse on Jan 12th, 2014. When: Sunday, Jan 12th, 2014 10 AM - 5 PM $15 adults (11+), $10 children, FREE for museum members and children 3 and under! Where: Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens 4000 Morikami Park Road Delray Beach, FL 33446 Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum When: Jan - Apr: Open 7 Days May-Dec: Tues - Sun 10am-5pm, last lighthouse tour at 4pm, Please allow 2 hours to visit site and trail Where: 500 Captain Armour's Way Jupiter, FL 33469 Phone: 561-747-8380 http://www.jupiterlighthouse.org/

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Maltz Jupiter Theatre When: Mon - Frid 10 am - 6 pm Saturdays: 10 am - 2 pm Closed Sundays Where: 1001 East Indiantown Road, Jupiter, Florida 33477 Main Office Phone: 561-743-2666 Box Office Phone: (561) 5752223http://www.jupitertheatre.org/

What: David Webb: Society's Jeweler When: JANUARY 16, 2014 - APRIL 13, 2014 What: Qing Chic: Chinese Textiles from the 19th to early 20th Century When: FEBRUARY 6, 2014 - MAY 4, 2014 What: Industrial Sublime: Modernism and the Transformation of New York’s Rivers, 1900-1940 When: MARCH 20, 2014 - JUNE 22, 2014

SEASON PRODUCTIONS What: ANNIE When: DECEMBER 3 – 22, 2013

Where: Norton Museum of Art 1451 South Olive Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33401

What: A CHORUS LINE When: JANUARY 14 - FEBRUARY 2

Palm Beach Opera

What: OTHER DESERT CITIES When: FEBRUARY 16 –MARCH 2 What: THE KING AND I When: MARCH 18 – APRIL 6 Where: Maltz Jupiter Theatre 1001 East Indiantown Road Jupiter, FL 33477 Norton Museum of Art When: Tues, Wed, Fri, Sat 10 am – 5 pm, Thurs 10 am. – 9 pm, Sun 11 am. – 5 pm Closed on Mondays Where: 1451 South Olive Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Phone: 561-832-5196 http://www.norton.org/ Upcoming Exhibitions: What: Phyllida Barlow: HOARD When: DECEMBER 3, 2013 - FEBRUARY 23, 2014 What: The Polaroid Years: Instant Photography and Experimentation When: DECEMBER 19, 2013 - MARCH 23, 2014

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When: 2014 Season Where: 415 South Olive Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Phone: 561-833-7888 http://pbopera.org/ Upcoming Opera Events: What: MACBETH When: JAN 24-25, 2014 7:30 PM JAN 26 2:00 PM What: THE BARBER OF SEVILLE When: FEB 21-22, 2014 7:30 PM FEB 23 2:00 PM What: THE TALES OF HOFFMANN When: MAR 21-22, 2014 7:30 PM MAR 23 2:00 PM Where: Kravis Center for the Performing Arts 701 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum When: 10 am to 5 pm - Tues - Sat The Museum is closed on Sunday and Monday Where: 300 North Dixie Highway

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When: FEB 12 – 16

West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Phone: 561-832-4164 http://www.historicalsocietypbc.org/

What: SISTER ACT When: MAR 4 - 9

Special Event: What: Evening on Antique Row When: Mar 8th, 2014 - 6 -9 PM $40.00 or $50.00 at the door Where: Antique Row District - South Dixie Highway - West Palm Beach Kravis Center for the Performing Arts When: See below Where: Alexander W. Dreyfoos, Jr. Concert Hall 701 Okeechobee Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Phone: 561-832-7469 http://www.kravis.org/ Center Kravis Presents: What: THE GERSHWINS' PORGY AND BESS When: JAN 7 -12 What: WAR HORSE

What: EVITA When: APR 8 -13 What: MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET When: APR 29 - MAY 4 Where: Kravis Center for the Performing Arts Alexander W. Dreyfoos, Jr. Concert Hall 701 Okeechobee Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL 33401 FOTOfusion When: Begin: Jan 14th, 2014 Ends: Jan 18th, 2014 Where: Palm Beach Photographic Centre 415 Clematis Street West Palm Beach, FL 33401 http://www.fotofusion.org

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Events  What: Palm Beach International Polo Season - Sunday Brunch Entrance at 2 pm. Polo match at 3 pm When: Begin: Jan 5th, 2014 Ends: Apr 20, 2014 Where: International Polo Club Palm Beach 3667 120th Avenue South Wellington, FL 33414 http://www.internationalpoloclub.com/  What: FTI Winter Equestrian Festival The International Polo Club Palm Beach facility is designed to showcase the wonderful skill of ponies and players. It was created by players for players. Many exciting tournaments are played; finalizing in the prestigious US Open Polo Championship. When: Begin: Jan 8th, 2014 Ends: Mar 30th, 2014 Where: Palm Beach International Equestrian Center Equestrian Club Road West Palm Beach, FL 33414 http://www.equestriansport.com/

When: Begin: Jan 14th, 2014 Ends: Jan 18th, 2014 Bill Eppridge: Tuesday, Jan 22th, 2013 6 PM - 8 PM Where: Palm Beach Photographic Centre 415 Clematis Street West Palm Beach, FL 33401 http://www.fotofusion.org/index.php  South Florida Fair With over 100 years of entertainment practice under their belt, this fair is one of the top events in South Florida. Fairs are always fun. Be sure to ride the midway and check out all the known bands that stop by this annual Palm Beaches event. And while you’re there… enjoy a nice dessert, like a warm funnel cake. What: Gun and Knife Show Date: Dec 21th to 22th, 2013 Saturday: 9 am to 5 pm Sun: 10 am to 4 pm Admission: $8 When: Begin: Jan 17th, 2014 Ends: Feb 2, 2014 Where: South Florida Fairgrounds 9067 Southern Boulevard West Palm Beach, 33421 FL http://www.southfloridafair.com/

 FOTOfusion We welcome amateurs and professionals to this presentation of digital art exhibitions and multimedia presentations. Although it isn’t just about  What: Everglades Day Festival the pictures… there are parties, too. From an Opening Reception to a Farewell The Everglades, a unique ecosystem like Bash you can look, learn and laugh while no other ready for you to explore. This attending this one of a kind event. free event will answer questions and What: FOTOmentor Bill Eppridge makes you ask more about the “Glades” (Special Event) creatures, archeology, history and more.

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This festival and eco-adventure is dedicated to having fun while you learn. When: Begin: Feb 8, 2014 Ends: Feb 8, 2014 Where: 10216 Lee Road Boynton Beach, 33473 FL http://www.doi.gov/index.cfm  What: Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show International exhibitors display their fine works from across the globe in a prestigious show that encircles fine jewelry, exquisite works of art and fascinating antiques. You will find something for everyone at this annual event. This show is the largest of its kind in the United States. When: Begin: Feb 14, 2014 Ends: Feb 18, 2014 Where: Palm Beach County Convention Center 650 Okeechobee Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL 33401 http://www.palmbeachshow.com/  What: The 2014 Delray Beach Open by The Venetian® Las Vegas is known for the full-fan entertainment experience. The tournament will kick off on Valentine’s Day and Presidents weekend and run through February 23rd. This year, competing celebrity Andy Roddick will make his ATP Champions Tour debut, and the tournament will feature all-time number one ranking doubles team, the Bryan Brothers.

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Attend the world’s only 10-day combined ATP World Tour & ATP Champions Tour event that hosts over 50,000 spectators enjoying daily and nightly promotions, parties and amateur tennis events throughout the week. When: ATP CHAMPIONS TOUR event (Feb.14 - 16). ATP WORLD TOUR event – Qualifying Rounds (Feb. 15 –17). ATP WORLD TOUR event – Main Draw (Feb.17 – 23) Where: Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis Center 201 W Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33444 Visit http://www.yellowtennisball.com for information and tickets What: Honda Classic Here it comes! The PGA Tour, for its annual visit to one of professional golf's most notable places – PGA National Resort & Spa. A hole-in-one for players and fans, as the Champion Course becomes home and host to the prestigious Honda Classic. continue pag 24...


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Herbie Pennell Cup Joe Barry Memorial Cup Joe Barry Memorial Cup Joe Barry Memorial Cup

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January - February $100 – Veranda seating (includes two drink tokens) March - April $120 – Veranda seating (includes two drink tokens)

Veuve Clicquot Brunch Package

U.S. Open Polo Championship® U.S. Open Polo Championship® U.S. Open Polo Championship®

Reception Pass

January – April $10 – General Admission Bleacher Seating $20 – North and South Stadium Lawn Seating $30 – Center Stadium Lawn Seating $120 – Box Seats (limited availability) Every Sunday at 3 p.m. through April 20 The Pavilion opens at 2 p.m.

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Brunch

January - February $300 – Veranda seating for two and a complimentary bottle of Veuve Clicquot March - April $330 – Veranda seating for two and a complimentary bottle of Veuve Clicquot

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Join us at The Pavilion for the after-party from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

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January - February $55 – Passed light hors d’oeuvres (includes two drink tokens) March - April $65 – Passed light hors d’oeuvres (includes two drink tokens) *All prices are tax inclusive. Parking additional. 3667 120th Avenue South, Wellington, Florida 33414 561.204.5687 | InternationalPoloClub.com

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When: Begin: Feb 24th, 2014 - Ends: Mar 2th, 2014 Where: PGA National Resort & Spa 400 Avenue of the Champions Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 http://www.thehondaclassic.com/

When: Begin: Mar 20, 2014 Ends: Mar 23th, 2014 Where: Flagler Drive West Palm Beach, FL http://www.showmanagement.com/

What: Boca Bacchanal Boca Bacchanal is a weekend of great What: Palm Beach Fine Craft Show events. Full of good food and excellent Returning to the Palm Beach County wine, paired and presented by celebrated Convention Center once again is The Palm chefs throughout Boca. Tropical and Beach Fine Craft Show. At this premier signature and culinary delights are showcase you will find displays using the prepared being enhanced only by some latest in fiber decorative, ceramics, metal, great wine. Sip, savor, bid! wood-turned and carved works. For art When: Begin: Mar 21th, 2014 collectors and individuals who appreciate Ends: Mar 23th, 2014 high quality & original design Where: Downtown Boca Raton When: Begin: Feb 28th, 2014 Boca Raton, FL Ends: Mar 2th, 2014 http://www.bocabacchanal.com/ Where: Palm Beach County Convention What: Palm Beach International Center 650 Okeechobee Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Film Festival http://www.craftsamericashows.com/ The Palm Beach International Film Festival has showcased thousands of awardWhat: Spring Training Baseball: winning films, hosted filmmakers, actors, Miami Marlins/St Louis Cardinals industry professionals and press from Roger Dean Stadium welcomes one of around the globe. It is like if Hollywood the most historic franchises around – has come to The Palm Beaches. For the the St. Louis Cardinals and the local boys last dozen years, of summer – the Miami Marlins for When: Begin: Apr 3th, 2014 Spring Training. So get ready and sing Ends: Apr 10th, 2014 “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” during Where: Throughout the Palm Beaches the seventh inning stretch and enjoy a Palm Beach County, FL spring day of fun in the Florida sun. http://www.pbifilmfest.org/index.html When: Begin: Mar 1th, 2014 What: Barrett-Jackson Auto Auction Ends: Mar 31th, 2014 Where: Roger Dean Stadium 4751 Barrett-Jackson Auto Auction is a unique Main Street Jupiter, FL 33458 event. If the car of your dreams is a classic http://rogerdeanstadium.com/ Corvette, a beautiful Bel-Air, or even an exciting Rio, you might just find it at this What: Palm Beach International auction. So if you collect anything automotive Boat Show this is the place to be and get your motor Here you will find all things nautical – running and head out for the road. from mega yachts to a new outboard. When: Begin: Apr 2014-Ends: Apr 2014 From a special trinket to an accent piece Where: Expo Center at the South Florida for the family room, clothing and sailing Fairgrounds 9067 Southern Boulevard paraphernalia, all being displayed West Palm Beach, FL 33411 downtown West Palm Beach. http://www.barrett-jackson.com/ 24

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What: Delray Affair The nature view with the beautiful Palm trees welcomes you to South Florida's oldest and largest outdoor festival. Full with entertainers, top-notched artists and exhibitors, the Delray Affair is a great affair to remember. You can walk the unique bricked sidewalk of Atlantic Avenue as art, music and food specialties open before you. When: Begin: Apr 25th, 2014 Ends: Apr 27, 2014 Where: Downtown / Atlantic Avenue Delray Beach, FL 33483 http://delrayaffair.com/ What: Sunfest It’s Florida’s largest waterfront music and art festival. It’s a one of a kind firstrate festival with top bands for all ages, with wonderful food and fabulous art. Party down to the beat of the music or be seen at the floating bars or rock out next to three live stages. It’s where the music meets the waterfront. Awesome! When: Begin: April 30 Ends: May 04th, 2014 Where: Flagler Drive Along the Waterfront Downtown West Palm Beach, FL

http://www.wpb.org/ Phone: 561-822-1515 What: Race For The Cure When: Jan 25th, 2014 11 am - 5 pm Where: Meyer Amphitheatre, Post Park, the Great Lawn, and Flagler Drive. Phone: (561) 514-3020 ext. 11 What: Tropical Rum Fest When: Feb 8th, 2014 (ticketed) 4 pm - 11 pm Where: Meyer Amphitheatre Phone: (561) 307-7597 What: Walk To Cure diabetes When: Mar 1rst, 2014 9 am - 12 pm Where: Meyer Amphitheatre and Flagler Drive from Evernia St to Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. Phone: (561)686.7701 What: Screen on the Green When: Second Friday of every month PRICE: FREE! AGES: All Where: Come join us every month for family-friendly movies in the open-air theater we’ve set up just for our “Screen on the Green” series. You can bring a blanket or a chair and purchase “movie time” popcorn, snacks and beverages from our stocked concession stand.

What: Super Car Super Show When: January 12th, 2014 11 am - 5 pm Where: Water Front Commons & Flagler What: Grease Drive between Banyan Blvd & Lakeview When: Jan 10th 8 PM - 11PM Phone: (954) 296-5204 Where: West Palm Beach Waterfront Rated: Pg-13 What: Jazz On The Palm What: Titanic When: January 17th, 2014 8 pm Where: Come join us for Jazz on the When: Feb 14th Palm at the Waterfront location the 7:30 PM – 11:00 PM 3rd Friday of every month. For more Where: West Palm Beach Waterfront information go to our website at Rated: Pg-13

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What: The Croods When: Mar 14th 8 PM - 11PM Where: West Palm Beach Waterfront Rated: Pg What: The Lorax When: Apr 11th 8 PM - 11 PM Where: West Palm Beach Waterfront Rated: Pg Lake Worth Playhouse What: Ain't Misbehavin' When: Jan 16th - Feb 2th, 8pm $26 - $30 Where: Lake Worth Playhouse Children’s Show @ Lake Worth Playhouse What: Rumpelstiltskin When: Apr 30th, 11am, 3:30pm $6 Kids, $8 Adults Where: Lake Worth Playhouse 713 Lake Avenue, Lake Worth, FL 33460 Phone: 561-586-6410 http://www.lakeworthplayhouse.org/ Boca Museum Of Art Experience an exciting and new wine tasting series themed with artwork from the Museum's Permanent Collection. Come and join us for a cultural journey with Stephanie Miskew, our certified sommelier and wine educator and also enjoy the art tours led by the Museum's curators. Sponsored by: The Cheese Course and Around Town Magazine. Every event includes a tour of the highlighted works, wine tasting, and cheese sampling. Reservations are required and seating is limited.

To RSVP, contact Kisbel De La Rosa at 561-392-2500, ext. 208 or kdelarosa@bocamuseum.org. What: The Art of Wine When: Wednesday evenings, 6 - 8 PM Oct 16th, Novr 20th & Dec 18th, 2013, Jan 29th, Feb 19yh & Marh 19th, 2014 Individual Events - Members: $35, Non-Members: $40 Full Series of Six - Members: $190, Non-Members: $215 Where: Boca Museum of Art 501 Plaza Real, Mizner Park Boca Raton, FL 33432 Phone: 561.392.2500 bocamuseum.org/wine What: Jazziz & Nightlife One of Boca’s finest restaurants and that's just to begin with. Come for dinner and you'll be escorted to one of our exquisite indoor or outdoor dining rooms or come eat with us in our intimate Live Room in front of a sound stage for that special musical dining experience. There's no need to buy tickets unless you're attending one of our "big name" ticketed shows (typically early-mid week). Plan on dining with us during "big name" ticketed shows and always feel free to make our home, your home, and to roam about and enjoy our champagne and caviar, piano and main indoor and outdoor bars. When: Mon - Sat 4 pm - 2 am, Sundays 12 pm - 9 pm Where: 201 Plaza Real on the south end of Mizner Park Phone: 561-300-0732 www.jazziznightlife.com

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Gourmet Corner We often hear the expression "There's no accounting for taste ", which means that there is no absolute truth in the matter of taste. We think it is important to bring this idea to the table, pun intended: first, because we want this column to be open to all kind of restaurants in our area, and second, because if you let yourself try different things, you will be able to cultivate your palate. The first step towards this goal is a willingness to try all kinds of flavors and dishes; this does not mean you have to like them, but in the very least, you have to try them with an open mind. In eating , as in wine tasting , or any other activity in life , experiences are the key to learning. As you try different cuisines and experiment with different ways of preparing food, you will develop your palate and dive into one of the greatest pleasures of life. A melting pot of cultures, South Florida has excellent restaurants to choose from ranging from the very intimate and formal to the casual and relaxed, the prohibitively expensive to the economic, and the locally operated to the big chains; not to mention the wide variety of available cuisines: American, Thai, Italian, Chinese, Latin America, etc. My husband and I have the rare fortune of having a group of friends with whom we share similar interests with regards to food and wine. We go out for dinner at least once a week to places where we can bring our own wine, paying of course a cork fee. This allows us the freedom and flexibility to savor wines that may not be available just anywhere.

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These are some of the restaurants we frequently visit: Cod & Capers Seafood 1201 US Hwy One Ste 47 North Palm Beach, FL 33408 (561) 622-0963 codandcapers.com This is not your typical seafood restaurant since it doubles as a fish market where you can buy fish and seafood; in fact, this is where a great deal of restaurants in the area buy their fish from. The menu doesn’t have a long list of plates , but every one of them is excellent. You can't go wrong with seafood when it’s so fresh. In addition to the plates listed on the menu, you are welcome to choose your fish straight from one of the freezers. My favorite is the halibut menier, a firm white fish that is simply delicious! But if you have the foresight to call in advance, as I often have, you can enjoy 3 or 4 pounds of previously marinated grilled shrimp and octopus with a group of friends. With Cod & Capers' casual ambiance and great service, you will always feel welcome. In fact, if for any reason you don't feel as welcome as I do, I urge you to talk to the manager or the owner. They take so much pride in what they do that I'm sure they'll do what is necessary to change your mind. The restaurant area seats guests from 11am to 5pm Monday and Tuesday, and Wednesday through Saturday from 11am to 8pm.They are closed on Sunday.


Texas de Brazil 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Dr Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 (561) 293-7478 texasdebrazil.com This is a churrascaria and rodizio style restaurant; as such, you have to come prepared to eat. There have been a few of these restaurants that have opened up in the Palm Beach area , but this is by far the best. Overall very good food and service. The Salad bar is beautiful, with over 30 items to choose from: it has different meats and cheeses as well as shrimp, farofa, artichoke hearts, asparagus, prosciutto, smoked salmon, sushi, potatoes au gratin, sautéed mushrooms, lobster bisque, and seasonal salads just to name a few. There are offerings of fillet, picanha (top sirloin), flank steak, sausage, lamb, pork, and chicken, prepared and/or served in in a variety of different ways. Also included in the fixed price, they will bring sides of garlic mashed potatoes and fried bananas, as well as the hard to resist Brazilian cheese bread, to the table, which you can keep ordering as long as you’d like.

veal kidneys in a mustard sauce. I love the food and the vibe of the place It also has an extensive takeout menu that includes rotisserie birds such as whole chicken, turkey, and duck with orange sauce. If you like French food , you must try it, and if you are thinking that portions are going to be small, think again; that’s not the case at all. Mom's Kitchen 7478 Lake Worth Rd Lake Worth, FL 33467 (561) 964-4931 When I'm not in the mood to make breakfast , this is my go to place. Mom’s Kitchen has the feeling of an old diner; it has a quaint, rustic appearance with good ‘ole American home style food. Specials are posted on a whiteboard on the wall. It tends to get very busy on weekend mornings, but the wait tends to be short and well worth it. My favorite dish is mom's omelet, but my dad always orders grits and a side of corned beef hash with his eggs and my daughters like the pancakes and the eggs benedict. Overall you can’t go wrong with this place. Bice Ristorante

Beverages and desserts are not included in the fixed price. The servers are all very attentive and they always strive to bring whatever meat you want most to the table. French Corner Bistro & Rotisserie 4595 Okeechobee Blvd West Palm Beach, FL 33402 (561) 689-1700 When you are in the mood for French cuisine and you don't want to pay an arm and a leg, this is the place to go. This tiny but cozy husband/wife run bistro, located in a strip mall in West Palm Beach, makes all the dishes from scratch. There are very few tables so I would say that reservations are mandatory. It has plenty of ambience, and an atmosphere that’s relaxed and friendly. My daughters love the escargots in garlic butter and my husband goes crazy for their

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313 Worth Ave, Palm Beach, FL 33480 (561) 835-1600 “Always Consistent, Always Excellent” This Palm Beach Italian restaurant has been my favorite for many years. The food is consistently of high quality and is always appealing to the senses. The atmosphere is perfect for a business meal to impress, a romantic date or lunch with friends. Whether pasta, fish or meat, the menu is rich in flavor and color. Service is as professional as it gets for any high-end restaurant. As a starter I would like to recommend the tuna tartare with such a fresh and delicate flavor. For the seafood lovers, the Risoto al frutti di mare is a very good selection. But my very favorite entree would be the osso bucco....falling off the bone.


Arthur R Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge is the last northernmost portion of the unique Everglades, river of grass. With over 221 square miles of Everglades’ habitat, the Loxahatchee Refuge is home to the American alligator and the critically endangered Everglade snail kite. The Refuge protects a remnant of the once vast northern Everglades. At the Visitor Center you can take a virtual airboat ride, listen to the night sounds of the Everglades and explore gator holes - all without getting wet! Behind the Visitor Center you can explore the Cypress Swamp Boardwalk, a 0.4-mile trail, which loops through towering cypress trees, pond apple trees, ferns and other flora of the swamp. Then relax in the nearby Butterfly Garden, or head across the road to the Marsh Trail. The 0.8-mile Marsh Trail is one of several walking trails along the grass levees that encircle impoundment areas, where different water levels provide habitat for various types of wading birds and other wildlife. Bring your camera and binoculars! You might see an endangered Wood Stork or Snail Kite, or any of 270 other species of birds. While walking the trails, look for tracks in the soft sand. Common tracks include those of bobcats, otters, alligators, raccoons, armadillos and birds. See the Everglades up close and personal in a canoe or kayak on the 5.5-mile Canoe Trail! Or enjoy the view from the levee as you ride along the 12-mile Bike Trail alongside the main canal. Canoes, kayaks and bicycles are available for rent. Try your luck fishing from the pier for largemouth bass, bluegill and bullhead catfish. Boating and sport fishing are also allowed in the main canal. State regulations for fishing licenses apply. Airboats are not allowed on the Refuge, but Loxahatchee Everglades Tours operates just south

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of the Refuge. Guided bird and nature walks and canoe trips take place on a regular basis. Our planned activities for Winter/Spring 2014 Our planned activities for Winter/Spring 2014 include guided bird walks each Wednesday and Sunday mornings until May. There will also be a monthly night time Full Moon guided canoe trip each month 7 - 9pm. 2014 Special events include: *January *- “Birds in Motion” 3 - Day Photography Workshop* *Saturday, January 11, 9:15 am 11:15 am Visitor Center Auditorium* *Sunday, January 12, 7:30 am 9:15 am Hands-On Photography Sunday, January 19, 9:15 am - 11:15 am Visitor Center Auditorium * "Photographing Birds in Motion" *Award-winning wildlife photographer Michael Rosenbaum will present "Photographing Birds in Motion": a course consisting of 3 approximately 2-hour sessions at the Refuge. This course is for photographers with digital SLR cameras and telephoto lens of at least 300 mm. Instruction will be provided on photographic technique, camera settings, optimal exposure and composition. Image review sessions will be conducted with tips and techniques about all aspects of flight shots. Space is limited.

Participants must be able to attend all 3 sessions. Please contact Michael at polyandy@comcast.net to register and reserve your slot. Everglades Day Festival February 8, 2014 The Everglades Day Festival welcomes any age. Free admission will give you a full day of wildlife presentations, interactive games, guest speakers, conservation exhibits, demonstrations, canoeing, music, food and of course… the chance to do a hike or two into a true natural wonder and a perfect venue for all to learn about the interesting mystery and history of the ecosystem's strange creatures, archaeology and more. In The Palm Beaches discover the incredible by being part of the annual Everglades Day Festival, taking place at the Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge.

Location: 2014 10216 Lee Road Boynton Beach, 33473 FL 2014 The Refuge Visitor Center is open daily from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. Closed Christmas and Thanksgiving only. There is a $5.00 entrance fee per vehicle. Annual passes are available for $12.00. "There is only one Everglades in the entire world." Marjory Stoneman Douglas Background photo: Ryan Murphy

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Anatomy of a Beautiful Smile

Ever wonder why some celebrities have such beautiful smiles? Or why is it that most movie stars have such stunning, gorgeous, flawless teeth when they laugh or pose for a shoot on the red carpet?. Fact is, creating and designing a new beautiful smile does not happen by accident. You’d be surprised to know that most natural looking and undetectable “Hollywood smiles� are the work of a dentist. It takes a dentist that understands and has the experience, knowledge, and confidence to back up the claims and provide these stars with that ideal smile. Below are step by step procedures in creating a new Smile for our patient: Initial photos and work up The preliminary work is the single most important part in designing a new smile. Just like an architect planning a building, we first need initial sketch, Preliminary design, and a blueprint of the final result. A great starting point would be to ask the patient for old photos. However, if they never liked their smile and want to make a change, patient is asked to bring a photo of her favorite celebrity smile from a magazine. Patients can also be given past cases that we have done and "after" photos of the patients to choose from. The teeth can range from square, rounded or any combination. This is a personal choice and of course the dentist and their

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show teeth when she smiled. Some patients can do serious damage to their teeth by years of grinding or clinching. It was decided to lengthen her teeth to ideal. This was accomplished by getting the patient involved in the decision and determining her goals. Digital Smile Design At this point, we need to have a preliminary design and "sketch" of the final product. This is accomplished by what the patient wants, what the ideal should be, and what functionally is appropriate and correct to reconstruct her smile in this case. As can be seen her teeth has been

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team of experts will assist the patient in choosing the right mold and shape of teeth that is age, face, and feature appropriate. As can be seen above, the patient did not

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damaged and the enamel and dentin destroyed due to various reasons. The length needs to be restored, the structure rebuilt, and it has to be correct in the scheme of her facial feature, lip line, and lower lip curvature. For that we initiate the design by digital means on our Digital Smile Design (DSD) application for iPad: 1) A single tooth is added to the correct proportion in regards to mold and length 2) Then the next tooth is added 3) And finally more teeth are added to the correct proportion and in accordance to the smile curve

*** The entire purpose of the Digital Smile Design from photos is for the dental laboratory to create a blueprint of the temporaries for the final restorations Provisional (Temporary) Stage At this point the patient will get to "test drive" the new smile. The teeth are prepared and the provisional or temporaries which are created from the diagnostic

tools, designed from the digital work-up, is delivered to the teeth and bonded. During these 2-3 weeks, the patient can critique and make simple changes to the shape of the teeth which can be communicated to the lab. Final and completed case The new veneers/crowns were bonded after the provisional was removed and they look stunning! Finals The new veneers/crowns were bonded after the provisional was removed and they look stunning! To conclude, a smile makeover and designing and creating a new smile for patients who demand the best and are quality minded, should be predictable and the cosmetic dentist is in control of the end result at all times. For such demanding and technique-sensitive procedure, choosing the right office and experienced cosmetic dentist is imperative for your desired results.

Dr. Jiveh is a cosmetic dentist and owner of Smiles By Jiveh serving Wellington, Royal Palm Beach and the Western Communities. He is currently the course instructor and clinical director at the Atlantic Coast Dental Research Clinic, teaching implant and cosmetic dentistry. Dr. Jiveh is also a speaker and lecturer worldwide for Straumann Dental Implant Company. (561) 798-9997 • www.SmilesByJiveh.com *** All photos are property of and copyrighted by Smiles By Jiveh *** All dentistry and photography has been done by Dr. Farokh Jiveh of Smiles By Jiveh

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Independent Imaging the Best in Early Detection Dr. Thomas Kirchner, Dr. Eric Baumel and Dr. Jonathan Huber of Independent Imaging

Advances in early breast cancer detection have come a long way in the past ten years, as the doctors at Independent Imaging will tell you. Dr. Eric Baumel, Dr. Jonathan Huber and Dr. Thomas Kirchner gather around the computer monitor to demonstrate the amazing detail in “breast tomosynthesis,” also known as 3D mammography. (See related article at end of this story about 3D Mammography). Independent Imaging, located in Palomino Park in Wellington with three other locations, is the only site in the Western Communities offering this level of stateof-the-art radiology, including the tomosynthesis. This is considered “the best of the best” in the industry. “Anything that can help us…and prevent a patient from coming back for additional visits, giving us higher level of confidence with the results is a very good thing,” says Dr. Kirchner, referring to their stateof-the-art technology. “The breast tomosynthesis in 3D mammography,” explains Dr. Huber, “is the only technical advance in decades in this field.” You can clearly see it on their faces – they are excited about this technology, which puts us light years ahead of yesterday’s methods of detection.

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“We catch early cancers all the time,” says Dr. Baumel. “And that’s the most rewarding part – when we can help patients find out exactly what’s wrong.” Dr. Baumel outlines the challenges of radiology with today’s patients. “When you talk about the key to good radiology, it’s basically a ‘Where’s Waldo?’ It’s all about finding the abnormality and putting it in the context of the patient.” This includes knowing the patient’s history, any past or present conditions and understanding the whole context. The three doctors are well-respected in our Wellington area medical community and have all originally worked in the local hospitals. Each doctor has been working in the field of radiology for approximately twenty years, bringing a wealth of expertise to their patients. Dr. Kirchner explains that this helps in two ways – first, it makes the local doctors more likely to call upon them and second, it is a great help that the doctors at Independent Imaging know exactly what is needed (and sometimes needed quickly) for doctor’s offices and patients.

care, beautiful facility and successful results that Independent Imaging brings to patients every day. “The caring quality of our staff is infused in all of them from day one. If you treat everyone like you would treat your grandmother, you cannot go wrong.” He constantly reminds his staff that when a patient is coming in for testing, he or she is probably nervous about it. As they refer to him at Independent Imaging, “Dr. G” stresses that each staff member needs to have “the most respect for their patient’s condition” every time. “There is nothing that we won’t do to make sure that the patient is comfortable,” explains Dr. G. If the technologist shows appreciation for the patients and

what they are going through, they are able to get the testing done and work with the anxiety at hand, he says. Also, keeping the process quick and efficient is also a great help to the potentially anxious patient. “Customer service is the core of what we do here,” says Staci Martin, Marketing & Development Manager for Independent Imaging.” From the person who greets patients at the front desk to the technician who reads the data, they are ambassadors of good service for Independent Imaging. Independent Imaging locations are in Wellington, in Lake Worth (near the JFK hospital), in Palm Beach Gardens and in Belle Glade.

3D Mammograms: 1 of 10 Breakthroughs That Will Change Medicine Breast cancer deaths have declined by almost 20 percent over the past decade. Better screening has made a difference. Today’s mammograms allow doctors to “see” an abnormal breast mass up to two years before they can feel it. It’s the gold standard for detecting breast cancer!. Breast Tomosynthesis – or 3D Mammography, was approved by the FDA in 2011. It allows doctors to find cancer even earlier with more accuracy than traditional mammograms. Independent Imaging is proud to be the leader in introducing this technology.

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EVENTS What: Israel Houghton is a Grammy Award-winning American Christian singer- songwriter and worship leader, mostly known for his cross-cultural style of Christian music that fuses elements from gospel, jazz and rock. Houghton is usually credited as Israel & New Breed and currently signed to Integrity Music. Houghton is a worship leader at Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas. When: Friday 04 April 2014 at 7pm Where: Dreyfoos Concert Hall, Kravis Center for the Performing Arts 701 Okeechobee Boulevard, 33401 West Palm Beach, FL, US

By: Toy Roxanne Wash Welcome!!! We are delighted you are taking what God has promised in His word is true. a moment to read about “H.O.P.E. ministries... God created us all (Genesis 1:27), not be‘“H.O.P.E. = Helping Open People’s Eyes” to cause He needs us, but because He wants the God of the Bible.. us! He loves you. Our heavenly Father’s deOur mission for this ministry is to help you sire is for you to trust and turn to Him each understand a simple question. What is day for all of your needs, not just the large HOPE? Not referring to the world’s definineeds, but every need. He created each of tion of hope, but, instead the biblical definius to get to know Him personally, and to tion. Hope is the certainty that what God share in His never ending and unconditional has promised in His word is true. This minlove! He delights in you! istry will address answers to the issues of So then, why are we so quick to opt for life through encouragement by “seeing with earthly treasure and so slow to be obthe eyes of your heart”: God’s perfect charsessed with the heavenly? Scripture warns acter, His unending love for you, and His against putting our hope in anything other unique purposes for than the Lord Jesus your life! It is uncondiChrist. These things will H.O.P.E tional love that offers all leave each of us of us a means to His You can have HOPE without ashamed, frustrated, faith, but you cannot have disappointed, and in ruin. hope, grace, mercy, forgiveness, peace and joy! faith without HOPE On what have you fixed ~Randy Furco Why would a ministry of your hope? Does your H.O.P.E be included in life prove it? Has it an events, arts, and entertainment magachanged who you are, what you value, and zine? It’s simple. No matter how secure we what you are doing with your life? may “feel” in our present season of life, reH.O.P.E. Ministries desire to offer you a lationships, health, career, and finances, place to turn to for encouragement, and upthere will always be challenges and trials lifting and applicable devotions on real life (James 1:2-4). It goes without saying, that topics. I pray you will join us; together as His most of us have experienced sadness, anxiSpirit leads us in this ministry to offer God’s ety, depression, loneliness, shame, guilt, inabsolute hope, every day, everywhere, for security, fear, and anger at one time or everyone through His Son! another. The modern idea of hope is to wish for, to expect, but without certainty of the fulfillment; to desire very much, but with no real assurance of getting your desire. Hope is the confident expectation, the sure certainty that

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Join us for daily encouragement at: “H.O.P.E. (helping open people’s eyes) ministries” by email & fb: email: helpingopenpeopleseyes@gmail.com

What: Supernatural Fivefold Ministry School Module 8 The mission of SFMS is to teach, train, and equip leaders in God’s supernatural power for the expansion of His Kingdom; to identify their place within the fivefold ministry, according to Ephesians 4:11-12. "And He Himself gave some to be apostles, some prophets, some evangelists, and some pastors and teachers, for the equipping of the saints for the work of ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ." Because without the operation of God’s supernatural power through healing, miracles, signs, wonders, and the expulsion of demons, our ministries will be irrelevant and incapable of any type of impact. Now more than ever, we need to be activated, taught, and trained to destroy the kingdom of darkness. When: 02/05/14 - 02/08/14 Where: King Jesus International Ministry . 14100 SW 144th. Ave. Miami, FL 33186. Cost $200 per person $300 per couple.

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By: Gisela Ramirez Rohrscheib email: gramirez@heavenonearth.com And he said: "The kingdom of heaven is like leaven, which a woman took and hid in three pecks of flour until it was all leavened.� Matthew 13:33 As leaven produces a chemically irreversible change to ferment the whole dough, the Kingdom of God transforms the deepest minds and spirits of man. This man in turn transforms their environment encompassing all the ethnos of his life such as family, children and neighbors, working to gradually shake the Nations. God needs man to bring his Kingdom from the spiritual world to the natural, because He established, since creation, that only man has the legal right and authority to operate on Earth. When Adam sinned, delivered his authority to Satan and we remain separated from God's presence. But God in his mercy, surrender his only son Jesus, made man, so with his death he paid for our sins and we could receive salvation. The Kingdom of God is God in the life of men, transforming the old world in sin by a new one with love and peace. The Kingdom of God is "Heaven on Earth. This is the good news that Jesus declared to his people (Lk 4, 18-12; Mt 11, 3-5). Therefore Heaven on Earth is a decision to make! The Kingdom begins by accepting Jesus in our lives, who is the sole author of the transformation of our hearts. Every action and activity of the Father is motivated by His desire and passion to see His Kingdom established on Earth by what the Kingdom of God is our great Commission given by Jesus 'go and make disciples of all nations', Mathew 28: 19 God never leaves us, but He cannot change your bad deci-

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sions without your permission. Sin opens the door for Satan, giving him authority to live among us and with his darkness he has taken over our marriages and ended in divorces, children in gangs and drugs, our finances with accumulated debts, self-destruction and pollution of the planet, just to name a few. We were created by God for himself; He gives you gifts and talents that maybe you haven’t even discovered that will make you successful in your life. Discover your true self and talents guided by Jesus and leave your legacy on earth. I challenged you to accept Jesus into your life! If you take the decision to accept Jesus as your savior pray with your mouth and with your heart:

Heavenly Father, I recognize that I am a sinner and that my sins separates me from you. Now I confess with my mouth that Jesus is the Lord, and that God the Father raised Him from the dead. I receive Jesus into my heart and in my life. I renounce to any covenant I have done with the world, with the enemy and myself. I repent of all my sins and receive the gift of salvation and eternal life. Amen. You may ask, "Now that I am saved, what's next?" First of all you need to get into a bible-based church, and study God's Word. Them, you will want to become water-baptized because it is a symbol of your salvation from the dead. May God Bless You!


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