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Green bean casserole!

I eat what I want all year round! But I love all the sweet treats around the holidays.

My favorite is spanakoptia (Greek spinach pie) which we have every Easter.

Mince pies with sherry.

Homemade toasted pumpkin seeds; I could eat these by the handful!

Peppermint bark.







My mom’s vegetarian stuffing!

My mom’s homemade sweet potato casserole with pecans, yum!



Fried turkey.

Mint Brownies.










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Avenues Mall

The countdown to Christmas begins! Santa Claus has rounded up the reindeer and made his way to Jacksonville for the start of the holiday season. Come see Santa as he arrives at the Avenues Mall. He will be available for pictures in the Center Court through December.

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Florida Theatre

The No. 1 rated summer television series for the last 10 years is bringing some of their most popular performers to the ultimate variety show. Enjoy season eight favorites, including comedian Taylor Williamson, singer Emily West, acrobats the Kristef Brothers, and Recycled Percussion.



Comedy Zone

Downtown Jacksonville

The Rich Guzzi Comedy Hypnosis Show is actually three shows in one because Guzzi is part stand-up comic, part master hypnotist, and part motivational speaker. The show also becomes a rock concert when Guzzi invites people from the audience on stage to participate in the hypnosis part of the performance!

Join the City of Jacksonville as we honor true American heroes - our veterans and active-duty military. This patriotic parade features more than 5,000 participants including grand marshals, senior military officials, activeduty and retired military, veterans groups, local high school marching bands, decorative floats, giant balloons, JROTC units, and more!


Jacksonville Fair Grounds

The Jacksonville Fair is a fun, family-friendly event held annually in downtown Jacksonville. At this one-of-a-kind event, enjoy rides and games, as well as food and shows. There will be circus clowns, racing pigs, alligator shows, and more!


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Thrasher-Horne Center

Classic rockers and Grammy Award winners America live in concert! Experience your favorite hits with “A Horse With No Name,” “Ventura Highway,” and more. Before the show, come early for the ThrasherHorne Center and Carrabba’s Italian Grill “Dinner and a Show” event with a plated three-course meal.

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Jacksonville Landing

Come to Pet Walk during Art Walk! Yappy Hour Dogsgiving will feature a dog trot, Happiest Pup Photo Contest, an eating contest, and more. Also, don’t miss out on a pet expo, prizes, drink specials, and live music. Yappy Hour is a free event for dogs, their parents and dog lovers.


Museum of Science & History

MOSH is not just for kids. MOSH After Dark is a cool monthly series of programs just for adults. This month, let’s party! The worldwide trend of silent discos has hit MOSH. Put on some headphones and dance your heart out at this unique dance party.




Kickoff the holiday season with your friends and family the day after Thanksgiving! The 56-foot-tall, energy-efficient tree is programmed to perform a 10-minute, synchronized light show set to various selections of holiday music. The light shows begin the night of the Tree Lighting Ceremony and continue daily until New Year’s Eve.


Seawalk Pavilion

More than 40 decorated lifeguard chairs, sponsored through public and private efforts, will be on display in Jacksonville Beach, providing a backdrop for the whimsical Deck the Chairs’ Tree festooned with lights and custom designed ornaments. Come enjoy expanded displays, new lighting features, and the Winter Playground.

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What’s Happening

Visit our calendar to find more events.



Military Appreciation Day: Nov. 11, Museum of Science & History,

Yappy Hour Dogsgiving: Nov. 15, Jacksonville Landing,

Veterans Day Parade: Nov. 11, Downtown Jacksonville,

Beach Creek Tour: Nov. 15, Amelia River Cruises,

Florida Blue Free Tuesdays: Nov. 3, Cummer Museum and Gardens,

Adamec Bike Night: Nov. 12, Jacksonville Landing,

Clifford the Big Red Dog Live!: Nov. 15, Florida Theatre,

Downtown Art Walk: Nov. 4, Hemming Park,

Free Thursday Tours: Nov. 12, MOCA,

Greater Jacksonville Agricultural Fair: Nov. 4-15, Jacksonville Fairgrounds,

Florida Blue Free Tuesdays: Nov. 17, Cummer Museum and Gardens,

Beach Creek Tour: Nov. 13, Amelia River Cruises,

Toni and Guy Jacksonville Academy: Nov. 3, Toni and Guy Jacksonville Academy, Jacksonville.

Free Thursday Tours: Nov. 5, MOCA, Beach Creek Tour: Nov. 6, Amelia River Cruises, Weaver First Saturday Free for All: Nov. 7, Cummer Museum and Garden, Riverside Arts Market: Nov. 7, Riverside, Girl Scout Camp-In: Nov. 8, Museum of Science & History, Beach Creek Tour: Nov. 9, Amelia River Cruises, Jax Beach Art Walk: Nov 10, Jacksonville Beach, Florida Blue Free Tuesdays: Nov. 10, Cummer Museum and Gardens, Family Friendly Sunset Cruise: Nov. 10, Amelia River Cruises, Florida Forum Speaker Series - Laura Bush: Nov. 10, Times Union Center, 8

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Red Bull Night Riders: Nov. 13, Jax Beach Pier, Fall Fellowship Lock-in: Nov. 13-14, Adventure Landing,

Family Friendly Sunset Cruise: Nov. 17, Amelia River Cruises, Jacksonville Science Festival Workshop: Nov. 18, Museum of Science & History,

Florida Puerto Rican Carnival: Nov. 14, Jacksonville Landing,

Talks and Tea: David Hayes: Nov. 18, Cummer Museum and Gardens,

St. Johns Towncenter Holiday Spectacular: Nov.14, St. Johns Towncenter,

Fun4FirstCoastKids Picnic in the Park: Nov. 18, Hemming Park,

Family Friendly Sunset Cruise: Nov. 14, Amelia River Cruises,

MOSH After Dark: Nov. 19, Museum of Science & History,

Meet the Maple Leaf Divers: Nov. 14, Mandarin Museum and Historical Society,

Free Thursday Tours: Nov. 19, MOCA,

Vagabond Flea: Nov. 14, Hemming Plaza,

Third Thursday Lecture: Nov. 19, Mandarin Museum and Historical Society,

Riverside Arts Market: Nov. 14, Riverside,

North Beaches Art Walk: Nov. 19, Beaches Town Center,

2nd Annual Thanksgiving Community Outreach: Nov. 14, Prime Osborn Center,

VeggieTales Live!: Nov. 20, Times Union Center,

Jacksonville Manatee Festival: Nov. 14, Gardens at Trout River Plaza,

Family Friendly Sunset Cruise: Nov. 20, Amelia River Cruises,

Art Adventures: Nov. 21, Cummer Museum and Gardens,

Adrian Legg and David Lindley: Nov. 12, Ponte Vedra Concert Hall,

Riverside Arts Market: Nov. 21, Riverside,

Deana Carter: Nov. 12, Murray Hill Theatre,

Sunday Classical Concert: Nov. 22, Cummer Museum and Gardens,

Gabriel Iglesias: Nov. 13, Florida Theatre,

Yoga on the River: Nov. 22, Mandarin Museum and Historical Society,

Kevin Gates: Nov. 13, Mavericks,

Florida Blue Free Tuesdays: Nov. 24, Cummer Museum and Gardens, Free Thursday Tours: Nov. 26, MOCA, 29th Annual Christmas on the River Tree Lighting Ceremony: Nov. 27, Jacksonville Landing,

America: Nov. 13, Thrasher-Horne Center, Jake Shimabukuro: Nov. 13, Ponte Vedra Concert Hall, Kristin Chenoweth: Nov. 14, Times Union Center, Something Miraculous: Nov. 15, Ritz Theatre and Museum,

Deck the Chairs – Beaches Winter Light Festival: Nov. 27, Seawalk Pavilion,

Cirque Dreams Holidaze: Nov. 17, Times Union Center,

Jacksonville Light Boat Parade: Nov. 28, Jacksonville Landing,

Straight No Chaser: Nov. 17, Florida Theatre,

Riverside Arts Market: Nov. 28, Riverside,

Jazz Discovery – Chante Cann: Nov. 19, Ritz Theatre and Museum,


Jim Norton: Nov. 19-21, Comedy Zone,

The Little River Band: Nov. 5, Florida Theatre, Donell Rawlings: Nov. 5-7, Comedy Zone, Whitey Morgan: Nov. 5, Jack Rabbits, America’s Got Talent Live: Nov. 6, Florida Theatre, Mary J. Blige: Nov. 6, Veterans Memorial Arena, Amateur Night: Nov. 6, Ritz Theatre and Museum, Elvis Tribute Show: Nov. 6, Times Union Center, New Politics: Nov. 6, Freebird Live, Paul Reiser: Nov. 7, Florida Theatre, Rob Garza: Nov. 7, FreeBird Live, All Hands on Deck! The Musical: Nov. 8, Florida Theatre, Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker: Nov. 10, Florida Theatre, Hypnotist Rich Guzzi: Nov. 10-14, Comedy Zone,

Passafire with Lionize: Nov. 20, FreeBird Live, Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra: Nov. 21, Thrasher-Horne Center, Early Thanks: Nov. 21, St. Augustine Amphitheater, Dirty Dozen Brass Band: Nov. 21, Ritz Theatre and Museum, Toby Mac: Nov. 22, Veterans Memorial Arena, Florida Chamber Music Project presents Dvorak: Nov. 22, Ponte Vedra Concert Hall, Perking Dreams: Nov. 28, Thrasher-Horne Center, Ronnie Milsap: Nov. 29, Florida Theatre, Craig Ferguson: Nov. 30, Florida Theatre,


Armada FC vs. Fort Lauderdale Strikers: Nov. 1, Community First Park, Jacksonville Armada Anchor 5K: Nov. 1, Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville,

SALUTE TO VETERANS 5K NOV. 8 • JACKSONVILLE LANDING Bailey’s Health and Fitness Mandarin Run: Nov. 7, Mandarin Park, Salute to Veterans 5K: Nov. 8, Jacksonville Landing, Running with the Devil’s 5K: Nov. 14, Ortega United Methodist Church, Ryan’s Run: Nov. 14, Jacksonville Beach, Jaguars vs. Tennessee: Nov. 19, EverBank Field, McKenzie’s Run: Nov. 21, EverBank Field, Florida Striders 27th Annual Hog Jog 5K: Nov. 22, Middleburg, Subaru Thanksgiving Day Classic: Nov. 26, Pickwick Plaza, Jaguars vs. San Diego: Nov. 29, EverBank Field, November 2015 •



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In the Zone By Elizabeth Hecht

Complimentary Laughs Provided by The Comedy Zone “Tiger Woods is stupid; not for cheating, but for having one cell phone. What type of player you know has one cell phone?” – Donnell Rawlings Donnell Rawlings was on the award winning “Chappelle’s Show” on Comedy Central as “Ashy Larry.” His unique brand of observational, intelligently bold humor earned him a co-hosting spot on Power 105, New York’s number one hip hop and R&B radio station. Donnell has also been in the critically acclaimed HBO show “The Wire” and CBS’ “Third Watch.” See this superstar at The Comedy Zone November 5-7.

“While there may be power in forgiveness, there is even more power in lobbing a cocktail through someone’s dining room window.” – Jim Norton Jim Norton is a best-selling author, comedian, actor and radio personality. He can be heard daily on The Opie Radio Show and “Ozzy’s Boneyard,” both on SiriusXM Radio. He has appeared in multiple feature films and gained popularity from television appearances on FX’s “Louie,” HBO’s “Lucky Louie,” and his own show, “The Jim Norton Show.” Jim will be at the Comedy Zone November 19-21. More details are online at or

Lights, Camera, Jacksonville! By Jax Film Office

Jacksonville Film Industry Reception Celebrates Local Film and Media Leaders

global production, programming, digital, and brand in the Office of the Commissioner. “Working in film and television is very much a team sport,” said Orender. “This recognition is very much about honoring a team of great and talented people who set a high bar for programming and creativity in the sports industry.”

Barry and Gaggins each received a 2015 Mayor Lenny Curry joined members Rising Star Award, which is awarded to of the Jacksonville City Council, the remarkable individuals under age 35 in Mayor’s Advisory Board on Motion the local film and television industry. Pictures, Television and Commercial Barry wrote and directed Production, the Jacksonville Film & “HABERDASH,” a 16mm short film Television Office, and other industry that was picked up for distribution leaders to celebrate highlights in local by Movieola (Canada’s short-film film and digital media production at the channel). He directed “VEER!,” which 15th Annual Jacksonville Film Industry was selected as one of seven films from Reception September 24, 2015. the U.S. to premiere at the Gen Art Film During the event, Donna Orender, CEO of Orender Unlimited, was presented with the 2015 Jacksonville Film and Television Industry Achievement Award. Also, producer and director Patrick Barry and editor Billy Gaggins were each honored with a 2015 Rising Star Award. Orender was recognized for her accomplishments as a leader in the sports industry. Previously, she spent 17 years at the PGA Tour leading


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Festival for Emerging Talent in New York City. “VEER!” premiered at the 2012 Jacksonville Film Festival, toured across the U.S., and won Best Florida Film at the Sunscreen Film festival. Gaggins got his start in local news and quickly moved up the ranks at a local production company, TigerLily Media. He’s edited countless broadcast TV commercials, short format promotional videos, Showtime documentary titled “THESPIANS.”

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HandsOn Jacksonville To get involved in our community visit

Making a Difference: nonprofit leaders in our community

If you keep doing what you are doing you will continue to get the same results.’ You must be willing to make a change

in order to change the outcome of any situation. We certainly hope our school will be the change that parents are looking for in an educational institution.”

ROSETTE POOLE Oxford Preparatory Academy |

Oxford Preparatory Academy (OPA) was created from the passion of its founder, Rosette Poole, who struggled for years to find a quality educational program that could accommodate her dyslexic son. By age ten, her son had attended four schools in five years. As a result, she decided to be the change she wanted to see in the education system. She is passionate about teaching in a way that a child can learn.

First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross

THE MOST INTERESTING PERSON I’VE INTERVIEWED THIS MONTH He’s a writer, a swimmer, and an entertainer. Jim Alabiso is also hosting his own late-night talk show these days, “Tonight with Jim Alabiso,” airing on the new channel Jax TV (digital 18.1 and streaming at Now, Jim’s story and commitment to the water has inspired a new play. “To The Sea” is a collaboration conceived by Joe Schwarz and commissioned by Players by the Sea as a part of the Year of the River in partnership with the Cummer Musem, where the 45-minute piece will be performed by three actors, portraying, a boy, a man, and an elder. Every time Jim heads out to the ocean for a swim, he updates his Facebook status with these three words: “To the sea;” hence the show’s name! Jim is one of the First Coast’s most visible advocates for the St. Johns River. He has swum it many times and organizes similar recreation for other swimmers and river-seekers through his advocacy group, JumpingFish. Make sure to tune into First Coast Connect on 89.9FM each weekday morning at 9 a.m. to hear more of the most compelling newsmakers of the First Coast! 14

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Community Focus A closer look at our local nonprofit community

Volunteers in Medicine

Volunteers in Medicine has been providing free primary and specialty health care to the working poor in our community since 2003. They have over 1,700 active patients. They hope to help, “serve the people that serve you,” school bus drivers, restaurant workers, retail employees, and the list goes on.

Lutheran Social Services of Northeast Florida

Since 1979, Lutheran Social Services of Northeast Florida (LSS-Jax) has been working to fill unmet needs. With impactful programs like the food bank, Nourishment Network; AIDS Care and Education; and refugee resettlement, LSS-Jax is working to encourage, aid and support specific residents of our community.

Are you a veteran looking for help accessing the guaranteed benefits you are entitled?

The National Association of Veterans and Families provides one-on-one assistance to veterans and their families. We can help you out!

Contact us Toll Free at 800-352-2919

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THANKFUL FOR JAX NONPROFITS Learn to Read Jacksonville

Learn to Read Jacksonville has been providing adult basic literacy in the Jacksonville community for 46 years. The nonprofit organization provides free, confidential reading instruction to adults 18 years and older through a volunteer-based tutor program. With one of out of five American adults reading at or below the 5th grade level, Learn to Read Jacksonville is helping students earn their GED, become gainfully employed, or simply learn to read health care materials like prescription labels and doctor’s instructions. For more information or to inquire about becoming a volunteer tutor, contact Executive Director Judy Bradshaw at 904-238-9000 or visit

Beaches Habitat for Humanity

Beaches Habitat for Humanity is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International. With help from thousands of volunteers each year, Beaches Habitat builds safe, decent, affordable housing for families in need. We do not give away homes. Partner families invest sweat equity in building their homes and repay zerointerest rate mortgages. Beaches Habitat for Humanity is currently building 70 townhomes in OceanGate, its largest community located near Atlantic Boulevard on Mayport Road. When completed, the community will feature a large recreation area, community garden and community center. To qualify for a home, volunteer or donate, visit

Epitome of Class Sorority

Epitome of Class Sorority is a nonprofit mentoring sisterhood catering to young ladies ages 12-18. The program lasts for 7 months (September – April), hosting bi-weekly meetings. These young ladies are invited into a judge-free atmosphere where they receive training on life skills, finances, women’s health, abstinence, safe sex and more that concern women. At the end of the season, the girls who have shown the most improvement and dedication are inducted into the Epitome of Class Sorority Inc. sisterhood as Junior Mentors. As a Junior Mentor, she pledges to a life of volunteerism and giving back to her community.

American Cancer Society

The American Cancer Society has raised more than $11 million dollars towards a $19 million dollar goal to construct and operate a Hope Lodge in Jacksonville. Hope Lodge facilities provide FREE lodging to cancer patients and their caregivers who have to travel away from home for treatment. They provide a nurturing, home-like environment where patients and their caregivers can retreat to private rooms or connect with others in home like group settings. Guests are encouraged to make themselves at home by engaging in everyday activities like buying groceries and preparing meals. Transportation will be provided to all cancer centers in Jacksonville. For more information on the Hope Lodge you can call your local American Cancer Society office or visit


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Timucuan Parks Foundation Cathedral Arts Project

The Cathedral Arts Project’s mission is to enrich the quality of life in Northeast Florida through unleashing the creative spirit of young people. By providing access to free, quality, standardsbased instruction in the visual and performing arts, we empower underserved, school-aged children to succeed in all areas of their lives. Our vision is for every child in Northeast Florida to have access to a well-rounded, arts-rich education that endows his or her spirit with the imagination, self-confidence and strength of character that inspires great leadership and a will to succeed not just in the classroom, but also in life.

Our foundation serves to protect, preserve and promote the Timucuan Parks through advocacy, fundraising and marketing. the Timucuan Parks Foundation is focused on telling the historical and cultrual stories of North Florida and connecting our community to their parks. We have only begun to understand and appreciate the richness and immensity of our history and culture. Be a part of growing the Timucuan Parks community and joining other families, neighbors and community leaders in preserving, protecting and promoting one of Jacksonville’s greatest assets – the largest urban park system in the United States! Don’t miss MarshFest ’15 November 7, at Dutton Island Preserves in Atlantic Beach.

Jax Youth Poetry Slam

Jax Youth Poetry Slam (JYPS) was formed to promote literacy, public awareness and critical thinking through the use of poetry/spoken word, music and visual arts. JYPS serves as an additional educational tool for underprivileged youth. We exist to ensure that the youth have a supportive, dynamic and challenging community in which to discover their powerful voices through written and spoken word and use them to express their views, strengthen self-esteem and engage them in opportunities that address the various sociopolitical issues that affect them. Our workshops are designed to develop critical thinking skills, leadership, and to ignite a personal commitment to growth and learning.

Lucky Cat Adoptions

Lucky Cat Adoptions was founded in 2005 by three friends who wanted to save shelter cats facing euthanasia and match them with loving families. They are a small volunteer organization that relies on donations to pay for the cats’ medical needs. Cats in the program are fully vetted and available for adoption 24/7 at 6 area Pet Supermarket stores. The adoption fee is only $20 and all cats are fixed, vaccinated and microchipped. If you’re looking for a new feline addition for your family, adopt a lucky cat today! Donations can be made at to help continue their mission. To date they have helped over 7,200 cats.

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THE ARTS Ron Campbell

Ron Campbell, director of the 1960’s Saturday Morning Beatles Cartoon series and animator of the Beatles film, “Yellow Submarine,” will make a rare appearance at Galeria Lyons in St. Augustine November 13-15. The legendary animator/director will be exhibiting his original Beatles cartoon art as well as painting new works during his appearance. The exhibit is free and all works are available for purchase. Campbell will also be exhibiting artwork featuring other beloved cartoon characters that encompass his 50-year career in children’s television such as Scooby Doo, the Smurfs, Rugrats, Winnie the Pooh, Flintstones, Jetsons, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and more.

Marsha Hatcher Marsha Hatcher (MHat) was born in South Georgia and received her BA degree in art at Albany State University. “I have always painted portraits in an expressionistic style, with capturing likeness and emotion as the number one priorities. The first glances at my paintings reveal an exciting diversity in style and execution. This diversity is the hallmark of my artwork. The freedom to paint in a variety of styles keeps painting a joy for both the artist and the viewer. I approach each painting with an emotional openness that allows the subject and the medium of the art to dictate the final form.”


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Nov. 6-22

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In this hilarious comedic romp, four friends have sworn to keep the promise they made on the night of their Senior Prom: to be in each other’s weddings no matter what. More than thirty years later, these Southern friends-for-life are still making “the long walk” for each other, determined to honor that vow.


Nov. 8

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Based on Bob Hope’s 1942 USO tour to the troops, “All Hands on Deck! The Musical” honors our veterans. From Roadshow to Radio broadcast, their on-air antics, classic commercials, and rousing comedy blend to create a full patriotic salute to our active duty and veteran members of the armed services.


Nov. 14 – Feb. 28

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In “Fish Tales,” Canadian sculptor Ian Johnston examines themes of consumption and material waste. Approximately twenty shopping carts are suspended in the forty-foottall Atrium Gallery. These mundane objects, typically used to transport consumer goods, are enveloped by a massive white nylon bag that inflates and deflates as a recorded soundtrack plays in background.


Nov. 24 – Dec. 24

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The classic musical, Bruce Allen Scudder’s “Christmas Carole,” returns to the Alhambra Dinner Theatre. Relive the story of the bitter Scrooge and his transformation into a gentler man after he is visited by the Ghosts of Christmases past, present, and yet to come. Book early for this wonderful holiday tradition!

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Nov. 15



Florida Theatre

The big red dog, a character beloved for generations, comes to life on stage in a big way in this live, interactive musical! Join Clifford, Emily Elizabeth and all their friends from Birdwell Island as they embark on an adventure filled with singing, dancing and more!


Times Union Center

The FSCJ Artist Series presents “VeggieTales Live! Little Kids Do Big Things,“ a must-see, fun filled celebration for families and VeggieTales fans of all ages. Join the VeggieTales crew in a musical review that celebrates how even little kids can do big things too! This all new production features live performances of Veggie silly song favorites, favorite Veggie friends live on stage and more. This high-energy show is sure to delight children and families of all ages.


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Party Bounce Play

Come to Party Bounce Play and Crafty Kids at Amelia Island for an eventful Movie Under the Stars showing of “Frozen.” Kids will get to bounce in a variety of blowup bounce houses from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m., and the movie will start at 8 p.m.

Nov. 28


Thrasher-Horne Center

Direct from Beijing, experience a jawdropping spectacle of wonder and acrobatics performed by China’s most revered circus artists! Marvel at the unparalleled agility, grace, flexibility, and athleticism. Enhanced with traditional Chinese music, gorgeous costumes, and elaborate props, this exciting production will be a hit with children and adults alike.

Tune in for the “Nature Cat” world premiere on WJCT-TV Wednesday, November 25, at 7:45 a.m. (WJCT–TV 7.1 (Comcast 8 & 440)).

“Wild Kratts: A Creature Christmas” adventures begin on WJCT-TV Wednesday, November 25, at 7 a.m (WJCT–TV 7.1 (Comcast 8 & 440)).

Carving Out Some Good Times with WJCT!

By Robin Warren WJCT Education Outreach Coordinator

Thanksgiving, as celebrated in North America, is a time to gather with family and friends to give thanks. One thing that we at WJCT are thankful for is our viewers and the programming we are able bring to the First Coast.

This month, the WILD KRATTS are taking a break from creature adventuring to celebrate. But when the Kratts receive an alert that their favorite creatures are suddenly disappearing around the globe, their holiday party quickly turns into a rescue mission. Our heroes must race against time to thwart their greedy archrivals’ most miserly scheme yet! Find out if the Kratts can return their baby animal friends to their homes in time for the holidays in this one-hour special holiday event. “WILD KRATTS: A CREATURE CHRISTMAS” premieres Wednesday, November 25, on WJCT-TV 7.1 (Comcast 8 & 440).

Immediately following the Kratts’ holiday special, WJCT will air the new series, “NATURE CAT,” voiced by an all-star line-up of comedic actors including “Saturday Night Live” stars Taran Killam (Nature Cat) and Kate McKinnon (Squeeks), amongst many others. With its comedic vocal talent, whimsical animation style, and playful storylines, “NATURE CAT” will engage and entertain families, while encouraging an interest in exploring nature. However, the true magic of “NATURE CAT” is its ability to help kids discover the wonders that can be found in their own backyard. “NATURE CAT” follows Fred, a house cat who dreams of exploring the great outdoors. In each episode,

once his family leaves for the day, Fred transforms into NATURE CAT, “backyard explorer extraordinaire.” Nature Cat can’t wait to get outside for a day of backyard nature excursions and bravery, but there’s one problem: He’s still a house cat with no outside instincts. With the help of his animal friends, NATURE CAT embarks on action-packed adventures full of nature investigation, “aha” discovery moments, and humor, all while inspiring children to go outside and “play the show.” As we get closer to Thanksgiving and Christmas, be sure to take a moment to spend quality-time with your family and little ones; and don’t forget to let WJCT-TV be a part of your family time!

Happy Thanksgiving from your friends at WJCT!

What’s Happening at MOSH By Melissa Beaudry

The Earth sustains us, protects us, and makes life possible; but it also humbles us with its dramatic power. MOSH’s newest traveling exhibition, “Nature Unleashed: Inside Natural Disasters,” explores natural disasters through stunning displays, state-of-the-art animations, large-scale images, and cultural artifacts that reveal the dynamic relationship we have with the Earth. “Nature Unleashed” focuses on four types of disasters – earthquakes, volcanoes, hurricanes, and tornadoes. Guests will learn the science behind natural disasters by triggering an underwater earthquake and tsunami, building and erupting a virtual volcano, touching real rock and lava specimens that tell of past geologic events, feeling what it’s like to stand inside a roaring tornado, and observing the formation of hurricanes. The exhibition stresses that storms, volcanoes, and other forces of nature are completely natural phenomenons. Whether they’re disasters or not depends on the choices we make. This serves as a powerful message for visitors and residents of Florida where hurricanes are a regular weather threat. “Nature Unleashed” examines how we can prepare for, and in some cases minimize, the impact of nature’s fury. “Nature Unleashed” will be on display from October 3, 2015, through January 10, 2016. MOSH will host a range of programs in conjunction with the exhibit including; showing Dynamic Earth and Force 5 in the Bryan-Gooding Planetarium, Wild Weather Science Shows in the JEA Science Theater and Wild Weather Discovery Camp. For more information visit November 2015 •



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The FacTS

What: The Loving Cup Hash House When: Saturday morning

Two Thumbs Up

Where: 610 3rd St. S., Jacksonville Beach

How Good Food Should Taste

The Loving Cup Hash House

Price: $8-$13

Menu SaMple Appetizer: Biscuits and Gravy – spicy, house-made biscuits and chorizo gravy $5.99.

Contact: (904) 422-0644

Article by Monica Stouder & Photos by Monica Lea Imagery:

Locally owned and operated, The Loving Cup Hash House is a delicious spot for hearty, farmfresh lunch and breakfast bites with a cool and casual, kicked-back vibe. Upon my visit I was quickly sat by one of the restaurant owners and was immediately tended to by my smiling server Janna. I didn’t know what to order, so she made some suggestions based on my likes and mentioned that most of the items at TLCHH are from local and regional farms. The spicy homemade biscuits with chorizo gravy were a delightful treat to my carb-loving taste buds. The Pico de Gallo on the Split Open and Melt had a phenomenal fresh and citrusy flavor accented by a beautifully buttery avocado. Janna’s recommendation for the Spicy Mocha Espresso was the perfect finish to my mouth-watering meal. You can’t help but love the fresh, regional ingredients that make this menu magnificent. Homemade hashes like the Hash House Hash made with certified Angus corned beef, diced yukons and red bliss potatoes, green peppers, and onion will delight even the most persnickety taste buds. Other dishes include creative omelets,

My server Janna, “You won’t find this kind of menu anywhere in Jacksonville.” Eggs Benedicts of the Day, gourmet grilled cheese, specialty sandwiches, crepes, and an incredibly rich coffee bar featuring locally roasted beans and scratch-made syrups! Two Thumbs Up to the location, the cool atmosphere, the creative menu, the impromptu serenade, and ultimately to the friendly and informative staff. These delicious digs need to be on your ‘must try’ list, my fabulous foodie friends. You may find me there as well, dear readers, as I feel I must exercise my mandibles on more of the amazing dishes at The Loving Cup Hash House. BUZZworthy Note: Closed Mondays and only open until 2:30 p.m. throughout the week. Additionally, don’t be surprised if co-owner Dan Altman busts out into song in the middle of your meal. On my visit, the entire restaurant was serenaded randomly with a beautiful ballad and piano accompaniment. Completely unexpected and a delightful ‘dinner and a show’ experience!

Entree: Sweet Root Hash – diced sweet potatoes, turnips and parsnips for $3.50.

Entrée: Split Open and Melt and Sweet Hash– egg poached served in a halved avocado topped with melted cheddar cheese, then covered with a super fresh pico de gallo only $9.50.

Dessert: Spicy Mocha – pipin’ hot espresso, steamed milk, chili and chocolate syrup, small only $4.5 or a large for $5.50.

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GRAB A BITE Moxie Kitchen + Cocktails

Looking for a locally-owned spot? Head to Moxie Kitchen + Cocktails for farm-to-table contemporary American flavors on a diverse handcrafted menu with everything from grilled meats to burgers and more. M Shack Burgers



Interview by Monica Stouder

Private Chef Francesco Milana is truly amazing in the kitchen. Not only will this cool culinarian create you a mouth-watering masterpiece in your home, but he is also an amazing vocal talent. Yes; when hiring this chef you get dinner and a show, as Chef Francesco will serenade your dinner guests with Neapolitan ballads and Italian love songs. We got to know a little more about this globally gifted chef in this month’s spotlight interview.

With a friendly staff and fun atmosphere, order a delicious burger from M Shack! There’s something tasty for everyone, whether you’re craving a kale salad or hearty sandwich and fries. Copper Tap House

Grab your friends and come to Copper Tap House for a casual lunch, dinner or drinks. Try something from their extensive craft beer selection to go along with a great meal. Hoby’s Honey & General Store

Hoby’s is your local culinary general store. The focus is on Americana foods and handmade products. Raw honey and honeycomb, jams and jellies, local soaps and candles, and Hyppo popsicles are available. Open every day 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

BUZZ: When did you find an interest in cooking? FM: At a very early age. I always wanted to be in the kitchen watching my Mother and Grandmother cook. BUZZ: How did you receive your training to become a chef? FM: Family trained. I started cooking with my family restaurant and catering business, and supplemented with courses in Florence, Italy. BUZZ: What cuisines influence your style of cooking?

BUZZ: What are your favorite ingredients to use when cooking? FM: Basil BUZZ: What food is your greatest indulgence? FM: Truffles BUZZ: If you could have your own cooking show what would you name it? FM: Dal Coure (from the heart)

FM: Southern Italian and Mediterranean.

BUZZ: Do you cook on your off time or do you prefer someone to cook a meal for you?

BUZZ: Do you have a specialty dish that your family and friends always want you to make?

FM: I cook at home quite often but love dining when someone else prepares my meal. My favorite meal at a friend’s is a casual cookout.

FM: Eggplant Parmigiana. BUZZ: Favorite dish to prepare: FM: Ossobuco.

BUZZ: Favorite celebrity chef: FM: Jacques Pepin


Pasta with Shrimp and Pistachio Pesto


Extra virgin olive oil

4 tablespoons of shelled pistachios

1 lb. of fettuccini

1 bunch fresh basil

1 lb. of shrimp

1 cup cherry tomatoes sliced in half

1 glass of white wine

2-3 cloves of garlic

Salt and pepper

DIRECTIONS Preparing the Pesto: Add pistachios, basil, 1 or 2 cloves of garlic, a pinch of salt and pepper and 3 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil to a blender and mix until you have a dense liquid Cook pasta in salted boiling water. In a large frying pan at medium heat add 2 tablespoons of oil and one clove of garlic and sauté until golden. Take out the garlic, add tomatoes and cook for a few minutes. Add shrimp and cook for 2 minutes. Add wine and continue to cook until alcohol evaporates. When pasta is al dente, drain and add pasta to shrimp mixture. Toss with pesto sauce and serve. Garnish with fresh basil. 26

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It’s Time t e G o T

Crackin’ Plan your corporate holiday event before the holiday hustle and bustle. Photo by: Ch risty W

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Normally, when I taste a beer to create a recipe, one thing tends to jump out at me, and a dish comes together. 21ST AMENDMENT FIRESIDE CHAT just overloaded my creative cuisine brain. I said to myself, “Self, you can’t just make one thing with this. You MUST make a meal!” The first thing that hit me was the taste of coffee. Then the subtle spices joined the party (I tasted nutmeg, cinnamon, and little graham cracker, but each batch may have different spices). I immediately thought of the holidays & beef. A nice coffee rub on some prime rib, with a side of FIRESIDE CHAT Horseradish Sauce. Add some Fireside Chat Gorgonzola Pasta and FIRESIDE CHAT Green Beans, an ice-cold pint of FIRESIDE CHAT, and you have a holiday party in your mouth!


2 Tbs finely ground coffee 2 Tbs smoked paprika 2 Tbs dark brown sugar 1 Tbs freshly ground black pepper 1 Tbs kosher salt 1 tsp ground ginger 1 tsp ground cinnamon ½ tsp ground mustard ½ tsp nutmeg ¼ tsp cloves 2 to 4 Prime Rib Steaks 2 to 3 Tbs butter 1 Tbs olive oil Combine 10 ingredients in bowl (rub will last in airtight container for about a month). To prepare steaks: Allow steaks to come to room temperature. Preheat oven to 425. Lightly salt one side. Turn over. Spread butter over second side, then rub each with a couple tablespoons coffee rub. Heat oil in cast iron pan until hot. Place steaks in pan, rub side down, for about 3 to 4 minutes, flip steaks and cook for 2 minutes. Place steaks on cookie sheet & place in oven for about 8 minutes. Steaks should be medium rare.

21ST AMENDMENT HORSERADISH SAUCE ½ cup 21ST AMENDMENT FIRESIDE CHAT 1 ½ cups sour cream ½ cup prepared horseradish 1/8 tsp fresh ground black pepper 1/8 tsp Worcestershire sauce 1 tsp grated shallots

21ST AMENDMENT GORGONZOLA PASTA 1 ½ cups heavy cream ¼ cup 21ST AMENDMENT FIRESIDE CHAT 1 Tbs butter 4 oz gorgonzola 3 Tbs parmesan ½ tsp kosher salt ¼ tep fresh ground black pepper 1 tsp grated shallots

Combine cream, beer, & butter in heavy saucepan. Bring to a low simmer, & add remaining ingredients, stirring until creamy.


¼ cup 21ST AMENDMENT FIRESIDE CHAT ¼ cup balsamic vinegar 3 Tbs dark brown sugar ¼ tsp allspice 3 Tbs soy sauce 1 tsp grated shallots 1 Tbs grapeseed oil Bacon Fresh green beans, cleaned

Reduce all ingredients but bacon and green beans in saucepan for about 20 minutes over med low heat. Meanwhile, wrap bundles of green beans (about 6 or 7) in slices of bacon. Place in shallow, prepared baking dish. Bake at 375 for 15 minutes. Remove from oven and turn over. Place back in oven for 15 minutes, or until desired bacon doneness.

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STORY BEHIND THE MUSIC: The classic rockers, America, are celebrating their 45th anniversary. Founding members, Gerry Beckley and Dewey Bunnell, along with former band mate Dan Peek, met in high school in London in the late 1960s and quickly harmonized their way to the top of the charts on the strength of their signature song “A Horse With No Name.” With their debut song, other hits like, “I Need You,” and “Ventura Highway,” and more, America is set to take you on a musical journey through the decades. America quickly found success with a string of No. 1 and top 10 hits, earning a Grammy Award for Best New Artist in 1972, and six certified gold and platinum albums throughout their career. They are famous for their close vocal harmonies and light acoustic folk sound. America has been inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame and has received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. 45 years later, these friends are still making music together, touring the world, and thrilling audiences with their timeless sound. Enjoy a special evening with a pre-show dinner before America at the Thrasher-Horne Conference Center catered by Carrabba’s Italian Grill.

STORY BEHIND THE MUSIC: Iconic Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, actress and philanthropist, Mary J. Blige is a figure of inspiration, transformation and empowerment making her one of the defining voices of the contemporary music era. With a track record of eight multi-platinum albums, nine Grammy Awards, a 2012 Golden Globe nomination, and four American Music Awards, Blige is a global superstar. In the ensuing years, the singer/ songwriter has attracted a loyal fan base— responsible for propelling worldwide sales of more than 50 million albums. Born in the Bronx, New York, Blige began moving people with her soulful voice at 18 when she signed with Andre Harrell’s Uptown Records in 1989, becoming the MCA-distributed label’s youngest and first female artist. Influenced at an early age by the music of Aretha Franklin and Chaka Khan, Blige brought her own gritty, urban-rooted style—fusing hip-hop, soul and honest, frank lyrics—to the forefront. She is an artist that uses her gift to lift spirits and touch lives while bringing her heart, soul and truth to those who are willing to listen. She is loved for her passionate, chart-topping hits like, “Be Without You” and “Family Affair” all of which have made her a force in music.

CATCH HER LIVE: November 6 at Veterans

CATCH THEM LIVE: November 13 at Thrasher-Horne Center

Memorial Arena



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Emmy and Tony Award winning actress and singer, Kristin Chenoweth, takes the lead in a career that spans film, television, voiceover, and stage. From TV shows like “Glee” and “Pushing Daisies,” Chenoweth has received many nominations and awards. She is most remembered for her origination of the role of Glinda the Good Witch in “Wicked.” She is currently touring “Kristin Chenoweth: Coming Home,” a career-spanning concert.


Nov. 19 Ritz Theatre and Museum •

Singer Chantae Cann has performed as a background vocalist for artists such as Grammy Award winning India Arie, P.J. Morton, Leon Timbo, and more. Her vocal delivery is soothing, sultry and soulful. Her music blends the exploratory sounds of jazz with the feel good vibes of soul, which makes for a perfect mixture. It is her heart’s desire to simply inspire, uplift and encourage the lives of others through music.


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With over 11 million sales and six Grammy Awards, TobyMac shows no signs of slowing down as he delivers a personal record that celebrates the richness that comes from collaboration, diversity, and vulnerability. Drawing directly from his faith and personal experience, “This is Not a Test” tour is an essential reminder that we only have one shot at life. The tour will also feature Britt Nicole, Colton Dixon, and Hollyn.


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Nov. 21

Thrasher-Horne Center •

The Jacksonville Symphony, led by new music director Courtney Lewis, brings this exciting program of classical favorites to Clay County for this exclusive performance presented one night only at the Thrasher-Horne Center. The program will feature Beethoven’s Consecration of the House and Mozart’s famous Symphony No. 41 “Jupiter,” Ludwig van Beethoven, The Consecration of the House: 12’, Alberto Ginastera, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and more.



Jax Beach Crush


THE PIER CANTINA AND SANDBAR Interview by Monica Stouder

What is unique about your bar area?

Do you all have music or any kind of events?

We have both a downstairs bar as well as an upstairs bar. Downstairs we have a large U-Shaped bar with an outdoor patio, while upstairs we have our open garage door windows which open up to an amazing ocean view.

Yes. Live music every weekend, Paint Nite every other Thursday upstairs, Taco Tuesday ($2.50 Tacos, and $5 Specialty Drinks all day).

Tell us about your best-selling drink

What do you want more people to know about your business?

Jax Beach Crush: Our original Jax Beach drink made with crushed ice, Bacardi flavored rum, and freshly squeezed Florida oranges; plus it’s served in a really cool insulated glass that you can take home with you!

We have some new Saturday college game-day specials every Saturday from 12-8 p.m.: $5 Empanadas, Nachos Supreme, Taco Fries $3 Three Olives, Fireball, Landshark, and ShockTop.

Do you serve any local liquors or brews?

When customers are having a really good time at your business, what are they doing?

Yes. Carve Vodka and a rotating local draft beer.

Eating, drinking, dancing, enjoying our live music and amazing view.

Ingredients Flavored Bacardi Rum and freshsqueezed orange juice served over crushed ice (the most important part).

The Pier Cantina and Sandbar

412 1st St. N. • Jax Beach

The Jacksonville Landing Join the community and walk for a cause this holiday season! Join the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society on Thursday, November 5, for the Light The Night Walk to raise funds for research to advance therapies and treatments that are saving lives every day. Also, don’t miss Salute on Saturday, November 7, at 4 p.m. There will be live music headlined by Nashville recording artist Jared Ashley. All proceeds support the Veteran’s Independence Program of Southside Business Men’s Club Charities, Inc. Check out Adamec Bike Night on Thursday, November 12, from 6 – 9 p.m. featuring free bike parking, live entertainment on the Coca-Cola Riverfront Stage by Ivey West Band, prizes and more. Plus, stop by El Carnaval Puertorriqueño De La Florida on Saturday, November 14, from 1 p.m. – 2 a.m. featuring culture, vendors, entertainment and more! The Jacksonville Landing is giving back this month starting with Yappy Hour Dosgiving on Sunday, November 15, from 2 - 5 p.m. Donate $5 for a puppy paw print canvas and create art with your pup, all proceeds will benefit Friends of Jacksonville Animals, Inc. Yappy Hour is a happy hour for dogs, their parents and dog lovers featuring live music, dog contests, giveaways and more! The Landing is decking the halls and ringing in the holiday season with one of Jacksonville’s largest and most popular events, the 29th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony, taking place on Friday, November 27, at 7 p.m. in The Landing’s Courtyard. Don’t miss the magic as the 56-foot-tall Christmas tree lights up and sparkles with more than 78,000 L.E.D. lights and over 240 ornaments. This annual ceremony will take you to an unforgettable winter wonderland with your favorite Christmas songs performed by your favorite local singers and an incredible fireworks show on the beautiful St. Johns River. Another Jacksonville favorite is the Light Boat Parade on Saturday, November 28, at 7 p.m. Bring the family downtown to enjoy Christmas decorations, boats decorated for the season and a spectacular fireworks show you will not want to miss. The Synchronized Nightly Tree Light Shows will begin after the Tree Lighting Ceremony and continue throughout the holiday season. The light shows take place every hour, on the hour Sunday through Thursday 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. and Friday and Saturday 6 p.m. – Midnight. For more information on the Tree Lighting Ceremony and other holiday events, log on to or November 2015 •


Come Work With Us. Full and part-time empoyment, as well as internships available!

To apply please email resume to Meredith Tekin at

1611 San Marco Blvd. Jacksonville, FL 32207 | o. 904.232.3001 |


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Times are Tough. So are We.

Assisting You With Your Legal Needs David P. Trotti, P.A. was founded in June 2000 and has served the citizens of Northeast Florida with their domestic/ family law issues, criminal matters, bankruptcy filings and many other legal issues that affect our day to day lives. We are dedicated to providing quality service at an affordable price.

Areas of Practice include: • Dissolution of Marriage • Paternity • Child Support • Alimony • Time-Sharing • Parenting Plans • Equitable Distribution • Domestic Violence • High Conflict Dissolution Matters • Domestic Violence Injunctions • Complex Marital Estate

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The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written information about our attorney’s qualifications and experience.

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Downtown Jacksonville

Join the City of Jacksonville as we honor true American heroes - our veterans and active-duty military. This patriotic parade features more than 5,000 participants including grand marshals, senior military officials, active-duty and retired military, veterans groups, local high school marching bands, decorative floats, giant balloons, JROTC units, and more!

Nov. 14


The Color in Motion 5K will get you active and social with unforgettable fun! Just show up wearing white and we’ll do the rest. As you sprint, jog, waddle, or leisurely stroll along, you will be bombarded with bright colors that transform a group of ordinary runners into a moving rainbow.

Local Athletes of Jacksonville


EverBank Field

Are you ready for some football? Sport your best teal and gold gear to the Jaguars game against the Tennessee Titans. It’s going to be a great game, especially if the stadium is packed with supportive and spirited fans ready to cheer our team to victory. Go Jags!

Nov. 21

110 Marketside Ave. Ponte Vedra, FL


Nov. 19



EverBank Field

McKenzie’s Run began in 2010, in memory of McKenzie Wilson. The run has been a tremendous success with over 3,800 participants in 2014. All funds raised support The McKenzie Noelle Wilson Foundation, a nonprofit organization that helps young people recognize their full potential through powerful programs. BRENT MARTINEAU

Sports Director at

ALLEN HURNS The Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver is having a breakout season in his second year in the NFL. Hurns led the team in touchdowns his rookie season and now he has combined with fellow receiver Allen Robinson to create quite a tandem for Blake Bortles. Hurns is an undrafted free agent out of Miami.

DANIEL MURPHY The former Englewood High School star and Jacksonville University Dolphins baseball player had a standout post season for the New York Mets. The free-agent-to-be hit three homeruns in the NLDS alone off past Cy Young Award winners Zack Greinke and Clayton Kershaw. Murphy hit a career high 14 homeruns in 2015 during the regular season.

NATE PETERMAN Nate Peterman is a quarterback for the University of Pittsburgh. The former Bartram Trail star began his career at Tennessee then transferred to Pitt. Peterman has led Pittsburgh to a good start to the season and has produced good numbers, too. Peterman will have one more year of eligibility after this season.


The former West Nassau High School star has quietly had a nice big league baseball career. The Los Angeles Dodgers second baseman has enjoyed a 10-year run with the Angels and Dodgers. In 2011, he made the Major League All-Star Game. Kendrick helped lead the Dodgers to the post season against Murphy’s Mets. Kendrick has a career .293 average. November 2015 •



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Written by Kyle, Astrologer Extraordinaire

Aries (March 21- April 19) I do appreciate your creativity, but come on now, your online profile on those dating sites is a little too over the top. Crank it down a few notches, to… let’s say, the truth. People can like the real you, can’t they?

Libra (September 23 – October 22) I could go for a Cinnabon right about now. Couldn’t you? Mmmm. Anyways…love is right around the corner - or ask out that current crush out or something. Everything is a bit hazy when all I can think about is eating a Cinnabon. And all that icing…

Taurus (April 20 – May 20) An online competitor horoscope for you read like this: “Venus turns retrograde and will remain so for some time.” As if that is any help? So Venus is moving backwards. Wow, that really helps Taurus and their love life. So, I will break it down for you: outlook not good.

Scorpio (October 23 – November 21) It’s your birthday and the moon’s position is in your romantic sector for the beginning of the month. Strike while the iron is hot, but don’t wait until the end of the month. The moon moves on, as do any prospects for romance.

Gemini (May 21 – June 21) When it comes to finding love this month Gemini, I would head towards the online avenues rather than ones in the real world. It’s called a social network for a reason. Go be social. Here’s a tip; good pictures help. Cancer (June 22 – July 22) Your passionate fifth house is heating up. While you’re out craving attention and being flirtatious with nearly everyone, remember while this may be fun, you can only have one person at a time (I think). So fine tune your love arrow shooting device and hone in on one target for now. Leo (July 23 – August 22) Seems your “swagger” is returning from a long hiatus. According to my subscription of “How to Write Horoscopes,” Mars is visiting your sign and you won’t need to try to attract admirers - they will be noticing you regardless. Enjoy a month in the sun before it all turns to hell. Virgo (August 23 – September 22) I just read another horoscope, and it said for Virgo to sacrifice lunches to be more productive at work. That is an interesting way of saying you need to lose weight. Why do they have to beat around the bush? Life is hard enough, but being called lazy, also? That is too much.

Sagittarius (November 22 – December 21) Emotions are running high, and you could go either way this month. Vulnerable and pathetic, or in-charge and finding your potential mate. Pathetic is pretty easy for you these days, but I have a feeling another month alone isn’t really what you want. Capricorn (December 22 – January 19) Looks like you have an attraction close to home, such as a friend, co-worker, etc.; someone you currently see daily. Now hopefully you are single and this can blossom. But I know most of you goats are married, so you will be tempted and most likely fail. Aquarius (January 20 – February 18) Mars visits Leo this month and puts the sizzle back into your love life. But, this will also make you impatient and irritable. Your mate’s habits don’t seem so cute or endearing anymore. Man, there is just no pleasing you Aquarius. Pisces (February 19 – March 20) It is becoming the holiday season, which is a lonely time for your love life, Pisces. Shopping for just family can be fun, too! And all those holiday romantic comedies you can enjoy with… well, they are fun by yourself too. With the money you are saving, buy yourself a gift.


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WHAT DO I DO IF THE POLICE COME KNOCKING AT MY DOOR AND I DON’T WANT THEM TO COME IN? Unless they have a warrant to arrest someone there or to search your house, they can’t enter without your permission unless they see some evidence of criminal activity. I suggest using the small chain lock if you have one on your door and speaking with them through the small opening the chain lock allows.

WHAT DO I DO IF THEY WANT TO COME IN OR WANT ME TO TALK TO THEM OUTSIDE? If you are outside your home they can arrest you without a warrant if they have probable cause to believe you have committed or are committing a crime, so stay inside. Do not go outside with them. Do not let them in, even if they are pushy. If they ask to come in ask if they have a warrant. If they don’t, then tell them “No.”

WHAT IF THEY ENTER UNINVITED AFTER I HAVE DENIED THEM PERMISSION TO DO SO? Do not panic. Continue to tell them to get out, but do not fight with them. Often the police will try to get you to let them inside so they can look around or to step outside so they can make an arrest without getting a warrant when they could do neither if you just say “No.” The information presented herein reflects only the opinion of the author and not iwantaBUZZ Entertainment Magazine, it’s owner, or publisher. All information in iwantaBUZZ Entertainment Magazine is for educational purposes only. It is not a substitute for any advice given to you by your lawyer.

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