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Awaken the spirit Nourish the soul

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Asian Fusion Cuisine For Dinner reser vations and information please call 561.835.9696 651 Okeechobee Boulevard (Direc tly across from the Kravis Center at CityPlace) West Palm Beach Complimentary Valet Parking with Dinner

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contents day

08 shoppings 09 must haves 26 secret shopper 34 around town


11 social seen 33 scene & be seen


13 who-what-where 17 golf tease 23 before/after makeovers


28 note worthy: Cabana Nuevo Latino (p.28); Executive Chef, Brian Kenny (p.31); Green Markets (p.32)

29 How To: Mojito 30 Spotlight On:

32 Worth The Trip Serenity Garden; Dada; Nirvana; Bizaare Ave. Cafe

04 welcome 06 rants/raves 07 date book

On the cover & this page: MODEL: Karolina Cechova, Irene Marie Model Management.; HAIR AND MAKEUP: Colleen Stone, Blink Management. STYLIST: Stephanie Doney; PHOTOGRAPHER: Montana Pritchard,


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why? why another palm beach magazine? why now? why should I advertise? why? why? why? My response is "why not?" Why not have a new magazine catering to the young professionals that are moving into the newly renovated historic districts and high rises in West Palm Beach or Boca Raton, or in newly sprung cities such as Abacoa, CityPlace and Wellington? The audience is there; the stores, restaurants and businesses are, too. It is our goal at dnL™ to put them together. It's been my experience that many of us have travelled thousands of miles to move into one of Palm Beach County's luxury apartments and then never venture beyond the shopping plaza across the street. What happened to the spirit of adventure that brought us here? Are we ready to retire? Or are we just succumbing to the Leisureville mentality of our folks? Palm Beach County, like every great metropolitan area, has many hidden treasures — from little family-owned eateries to antique stores, galleries and more. All we need do is look out the tinted windows of our cars on the way from our gated communities to the parking structures at work. Look at the people opening their stores and washing their sidewalks. Take a shortcut one morning through a "neighborhood that I-95 forgot." See more of what Palm Beach County has to offer. For now, I still say, "Why not?” Maybe one day, you'll say it too! Remember, the message from the staff at dnL™ is: “It's your day, night & life ... be part of it!” Look for upcoming events such as the “b&b 100,” our search for the 100 most-eligible bachelors and bachlorettes in PB county. We know you’re out there, and we’ll find you. You’re welcome to e-mail our b&b100 search team at In the meanwhile, mix a mojito (page 29) and enjoy the premiere issue of dnL™ — Day.Night+Life magazine! Enjoy!

Jim Nicholas Publisher, Creative Director


dnL™ magazine, copyright 2001, all rights reserved, reserves the right to edit, rewrite and refuse editorial materials and assumes no responsibility for accuracy, errors or omissions. dnL™ magazine shall be harmless and indemnified against any third party claims made by agents or photographers. Opinions expressed by contributing writers are not necessarily those of dnL™ magazine or it’s publisher. Advertisements appearing in dnL™ magazine solely represent the view point of the advertiser. dnL™ magazine is published bi-monthy by daynightlife media group. The publisher reserves the right to delay release to the public for reasons beyond it’s control.


publisher/creative director: Jim Nicholas * design consultant: Jim Gonzalez, jimmysquared@ * copy editor: Mary Crawley editorial@ * sales: 561.523.4855 * photography: Evelyn Ridge, * contributors: Bob Bingingheimer, Ken Curtin, Christy Fox, Adriana Mondrian, Teri Salomoni, Betsy Titcomb * legal advisor: Rod Janis, Adams, Coogler, Watson, Merkel, Barry & Kellner, P.A. * b&b100 advisory board: Alison Ross & Christy Fox

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date book T i r e d o f t h e u s u a l d i n n e r a n d a m o v i e ? C h e c k o u t o u r l i s t o f “ d a t e d o ’s ” . I f y o u t h i n k we missed something, e-mail us at Monkeys Three: The Colker Collection, 1/27 - 3/21/2004 The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, Delray Beach, (561) 495-0233 2004 Spring Training at Roger Dean Stadium, 2/1 - 3/28/2004 Florida Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals, (561) 755-1818 The Beatles: Photographs by Harry Benson, 2/6 - 5/2/2004 Norton Museum of Art, (561) 832-5196 The Honda Classic 3/8 - 3/14/2004, The Country Club at Mirasol, (561) 514-6999 9th Annual IrishFest 3/12 - 3/14/2004, Meyer Amphitheatre, West Palm Beach, (954) 946-1093 Mardi Gras – New Orleans Jazz Carnival, 3/13/2004, Palm Beach Zoo at Dreher Park (561) 533-0887

2nd Annual Boca Bacchanal, Celebrating Wine 3/19 - 3/21/2004 A winefest and auction to benefit children's causes in Boca Raton and children’s educational programs of the Boca Raton Historical Society. Boca Bacchanal will center on an exceptional auction with wines sourced worldwide. Patrons of Boca Bacchanal will be vying for a host of rare wines and lifestyle lots while being feted by some of the world's most accomplished chefs. Friday vintner dinner, $300; Saturday at Mizner Park, $40; Saturday dinner & auction and Sunday Chef’s Brunch at the Boca Raton Resort & Club, $250 (part of hotel package). (561) 395-6766 16th Annual Palm Beach Seafood Festival, 3/20 - 3/21/2004, Howard Park at Parker and Okeechobee Blvd., (561) 832-6397


Home & Garden Show 3/25 - 3/27/2004 South Florida Fairgrounds, West Palm Beach, (800) 274-6948 19th Annual Palm Beach Boat Show 3/25 - 3/28/2004 Along the West Palm Beach waterfront, 1-800-940-7642 Annual Wheels Weekend 4/3 - 4/4/2004 10301 Hagen Ranch Road, Boynton Beach, (561) 732-9501 The 9th Annual Palm Beach International Film Festival 4/14 - 4/22/2004 Theater venues throughout the county, 561-218-1370 Delray Affair 4/16 - 4/18/2004 Atlantic Avenue, from Swinton to the Intracoastal, as well as side blocks. Free admission. (561) 279-0424

It is not my intention to diminish all the help and support I received from family and friends. Nor is it my intention to bury my sincerest thanks and heart-felt appreciation to so many, in a space so small. That said – I never could have accomplished this, without the love, support and ever-so-gentle nagging from my Mom.Without her help, guidance and belief in me, I would not be the man I am today. To my best friend and sensei, Chris, thanks for pushing me not to accept complacency and always to strive to do better.To my circle of friends, without all of you,not only would the party picture pages be empty,but so would my social calendar. I’ve been very lucky to find so many helpful and talented people willing to take a chance on me,especially photographers Evelyn Ridge and Montana Pritchard, and designers Jim Gonzales and Anthony Grant – it is because of their talent that this premiere issue looks so good. Editorial thanks to Betsy Titcomb and Mary Crawley.Furthermore,I need to thank premiere issue advertisers: Palm Beach Motor Cars/Jaguar, Prudential Florida WCI Realty, Resort Lounge, & Tsunami. Thank you all! — Jim Nicholas, publisher

SunFest 2004 4/28 - 5/2/2004 SunFest is Florida's largest music, art and waterfront festival. Held annually in downtown West Palm Beach the first weekend of May, (561) 659-5980 and Kentucky Derby Day 5/1/2004 Palm Beach Kennel Club, 1111 North Congress Avenue, West Palm Beach, (561) 683-2222 Diva Duck Amphibious Tours Ongoing Departs CityPlace, Friday-Saturday; departs from Singer Island Wednesday-Thursday. (561) 844-4188 "Dinosaurs BIGGER than T-REX" 11/1/2003 - 12/31/2004 South Florida Science Museum 561-832-1988 The Brownstone Collection: Minimal to the Max 1/1 - 3/7/2004 The Norton Museum of Art (561) 832-5196

Daily Guided Nature Walks Ongoing John D. MacArthur Beach State Park (561) 624-6952 Guided Kayak Tours Ongoing MacArthur Beach State Park (561) 624-6950 Kinetic Art 4/8 - 5/8/2004 Armory Art Center ,West Palm Beach Exhibition of international Kinetic art (art that moves or has moving components. Artworks are segmented into the categories of public art, engineering ingenuity, Funkionetic, water sculptures and other moving installations. April 8 - Reception. (561) 832-1776


A copy editor and writer,Adriana Morandin has worked for Self, TV Guide and Stuff magazines. She lives in NYC but hopes to live on the beach one day.Soon.

Photographer Montana Pritchard spends a good amount of time on an airplane with studios in both New York and West Palm. This month’s fashion editorial, Golf Tease, was shot in his West Palm studio under the careful guidance of his ever present sidekick Kirby [above with model Karolina Cechova]. When not shooting for the likes of Rolex, Nike and Buick, Montana spends what spare time he has rock climbing, backpacking and drinking coffee.



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rants/raves Send us your rants/raves, questions, comments, great story or favorite restaurant. Speak out. Speak up. Be heard. E-mail us at

Dear Editorial Staff:

Congratulations Finally, a magazine that hits my genand best wishes on eration, in a town where I am from. your new venture!

I just wanted to write Day and So much to do and see here, but We expect this to be just the things change, and I always feel I am first issue of many more to Night Life magazine to let you come. We have eagerly the last one to know everything,such anticipated what we believe will know that I am anxiously awaiting be an innovative, interesting and as when Salon U opened up on Clematis and I had NO IDEA until, informative magazine. the arrival of your first issue. I Liz and Tony Solazzo, Boca Raton moved to the West Palm Beach I'm looking forward to the release of the premiere of dnL, area two years ago, and I find it especially because of its focus on difficult to know where to go and young professionals in Palm Beach County. Many other areas what to do. This service you will such as Atlanta, Denver and Orlando, home to young provide is exactly what I am professionals, have magazines focus on issues looking for. Being young and single and ideasthat important to our like, four months later. I commute to generation. Like the magazines is always a challenge when you Ft. Lauderdale, so it has been hard to in those areas, I have no doubt that dnL will become a must keep with what's been happening move to a new area. I plan to read for Palm Beach County locally.This will be so successful,and professionals. keep DNL magazine on-hand for I look forward to the "b&b 100" to Rod Janis, Attorney at Law, Adams Coogler, et al. heat things up. Alison Ross, West Palm Beach great ideas on where to take Thank for finally bringing a lifestyle magazine to dates, where to go out, and what West Palm Beach. Having moved here from New to wear while doing it. Sounds like York, where our social lives often revolved around DNL magazine is going to be the articles in New York Magazine, it's the one thing best thing to happen to my social I found missing in an otherwise utopian location. life in years! Now I'll know where to go, what to see, and what to Robert Bingenheimer, Jupiter 6|

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*(n): 1. The product amassed from a day out at a mall. (Overheard at the Town Center Mall … Woman, holding up an armfull of bags: "Honey! Look at all my shoppings!")

What is the bestkept style secret in town? The Christy Fox

a new couture stationery and invitation line, is now available at select paper boutiques and showrooms across the country in locations including New York, Beverly Hills, San Francisco, Palm Beach, Miami, Chicago and Dallas. The upscale, custom line features original illustrations inspired by the classic “little black dress.” The ultra-thick cards contain distinctive hand-embellishments, including tiny Swarovski crystals. Currently featuring cocktail, yoga, shower, wedding, baby, holiday and social stationery. Available @ Rapunzel's of Palm Beach, 253-A Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach, 561.659.3131.

Palm Beach handbag. In an ever-changing society consumed with labels and prestige, it is difficult for any woman to remain unique. Yet, Christy Fox has achieved the impossible while remaining true to herself. When a woman opens a Christy Fox bag, she smiles and feels as though she is hiding a little secret. This is Christy's trademark, and it

translates into a wonderful style unique to each bag. Inspired by Palm Beach favorites Stubbs and Wootton and Steven Stolman, the Christy Fox Palm Beach label developed from a love of handbags and fine interior fabrics. Well, the secret is out, Christy! Your bags are a hit and will soon become the latest Palm Beach staple. To order Christy Fox Palm Beach, please call 646-246-3743.


I have that T-shirt.



Inspired by organic shapes and modern art, these rings are handcrafted in vitreous glass enamel with sterling silver. Anthropologie Stores; on sale from $45-$50


My Little Black Dress,

Been there, done that.

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musthaves In a world of “haves” and “have nots,” there is a new category emerging — the must haves.

2003 Nissan 350ZR


You know who you are. Always up with the latest trends, always first on your block to have the newest, fastest, flashiest gizmo, gadget or tool. Economists have even coined the term “early adapter” with you in mind. From appliances to cars, electronics to fashion accessories — if it’s new, you must have it!

The new Z® Roadster tops our list of “must-haves.” Designed to impress viewers at first sight, the new Z® does that and more. According to Mamoru Aoki, product chief designer, “We [the designers] wanted the design to be an expression of agility – very three-dimensional and moving. It looks fast, but not just in a straight line.” As you know, looks aren’t everything, and the engineers at Nissan kept that in mind when they powered the Z® with a 280hp, 3.5-liter V-6. With five models planned, there is something for everyone! And with a base price under $35K, it’s a certain must have!


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musthaves BMW Street Carver More than a conventional skateboard, it allows riders to experience the feeling of snowboarding and surfing on the road. Available at $495.95

Apple® iPod Apple’s third generation iPods, which hold up to 10,000 songs, are now lighter and thinner than two CDs. The new ultra-portable iPods are available in three models: a 15GB, 20GB and 40GB. The dock provides a stylish home base and includes an audio line out for easy connection to a home stereo or powered speakers, making it easy to sync, charge and go.

Urban Steel The Urban Steel with Diamonds, from Michele Watches, sparkles with 162 white diamonds set in a solid stainless-steel retroinspired barrel-shaped case. Features our signature crown, a sapphire crystal and Swiss-made movement. (Also available as a chronograph)

Available at the Apple® Store in Wellington Green and Boca Town Center. Models from $299.95

Available at CityGems, CityPlace and Neiman Marcus

ReplayTV 4000 The ONLY networked Digital Video Recorder that takes advantage of your broadband Internet connection. Translation: Now you can share video over the Internet with your couch-potato friends. Available at $699 and up

The Ultimate MUST HAVE Segway “Go further. Move quicker. Carry more.” You can travel over three times faster than you can walk. Turns more heads than a scooter, and is less expensive to own than a vehicle. Not only will the Segway HT save you time and money, it will make the places we live cleaner and quieter.

Sport Vision - Physics Whether you want to be a movie star or just look like one — these are the shades of choice. Whether you’re at work, in sports or at a prestigious social event, Sport Vision from TAG Heuer, is the most multi-purpose eyewear available. Priced $285-349

Priced from $4,000

FrancisFrancis! X1 Espresso Machine

Brookstone: Cityplace, Town Center, and The Gardens Mall Phone: 805-8766, 368-6559, 775-3607

Designed by an Italian architect, this machine turns out a perfect cup of espresso every time. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive. $499.95

Curb Appeal

Priced from $55 Artist direct: 561.573.7733 or e-mail

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Hand-crafted by a local artist, each mosaic mail box is available in a variety of colors and sizes; all are adorned with ornamental handles.

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ocial een

Through a dynamic program for young professionals, The Young Friends of the Norton Museum are exposed to cultural, social and educational events. Pictured here are some photos from recent Young Friends events. For details about joining the Young Friends, contact Jenny Bunker at (561) 832-5196, ext.1116, or e-mail

YOUNG FRIENDS COMMITTEE: [clockwise from left rear] Gordon Brown, Maura Ziska, Jane Brown, Guy Ashley, Cater Randolph, Alice Randolph (in blue sweater), Jessica Surovec, Clay Surovec, Beau Breckenridge, and Patrick Killian.

Photos by Lucien Capehart

Gretta Coupland, Richard Krutak, Toni Delia Suzy &Joe Tomassetti

Alyssa DiEdwardo and Tori Rosalia

Nina Jung with Christy Fox

Patrick Killian and Ashley Whitney

Tiffnie Robertson and Rachelle McBride

Joan & Kim Sargent

Elizabeth and Amanda Belkin; Kristy Kay

Jennifer Mahoney and Michelle McGovern

Melissa Goldberg-Taylor

Tasha Khoshwood and Kenneth Curtin

Jack Young and Steven Stolman

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WHAT’S LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT? You’re hip, professional and, yes, single. Join our search for Palm Beach County’s Most Eligible Bachelors and Bachelorettes. All b&b100 contestants will be featured in upcoming issues of dnL magazine. ™

+ For more information on b&b100 events or to register, logon to

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Deborah Weiner, owner/founder, Spa on the Run Have you ever gone to a spa and become frustrated with the long wait when all you want to do is get in and get out? As you wait for your appointment, acrid chemical smells float through the air, polluting your nostrils. Next, you begin to notice the noise from the hairdryers and all the gossipy chatter. You mutter to yourself: “Why am I here? I thought the spa was supposed to be relaxing.” Finally, there is a solution. Thanks to Deborah Weiner, owner and founder of Spa on the Run, you no longer have to experience waiting for an appointment. You will never have to go to the spa again; the spa will come to you! Deborah Weiner will bring her spa to your home, your yacht or your plane, whichever is more convenient for you. Spa on the Run amenities include natural hand and foot

treatments, facials, body masks, massages, hair and scalp treatments and make-up applications. She will also provide in-home private instructors for Pilates classes, personal training seminars and spa cuisine. From Blue Chamomile Aloe Facials and Sweet Orange and Cucumber Body Scrubs to the Mocha Milk Manicures and Rehydrating Chamomile Pedicures, Spa on the Run’s clients are treated with unparalleled service in utmost privacy. Since starting in South Hampton in 1992, this young executive has literally been on the run. Deborah attributes her success to “…making life effortless for the clients by going to them.” For more information, contact Spa on the Run at 561.835.8288 or at

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who Jay Dewing, owner, Dewing’s Fly & Gun

Think of South Florida and you think of scuba diving, water-skiing, tennis and golf — the typical attractions for a tourist. However, if you are a “local” and consider yourself a sportsman, what else does South Florida offer? It is a paradise for the hunter and fisherman. Did you know that South Florida is home to some of the best fishing and hunting? If you are interested, head over to Dewing’s Fly and Gun Shop, known as the “finest gun shop in the southern United States.” The business, which is named after local owner Jay Dewing, has been in West Palm Beach since 1932. What makes Dewing’s stand out? Besides the incredible selection of products, and the

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knowledgeable staff, Dewing’s Fly and Gun shop prides itself on the ability to create a soup-to-nuts travel itinerary for the novice or the most skilled hunter or fisherman. Staff members have built trips for locals in South Florida and have even produced more intricate adventures, such as hunting trips in Brazil and in Russia. Perhaps the greatest part of Dewing’s is the willingness to advise you on the best areas to fish (although they requested that dnL™ not publish the locations in this article). Nevertheless, if you are interested in trying something new, stop by Dewing’s Fly and Gun Shop at 123 Datura St., West Palm Beach; or visit online at

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Pronounced “goo;” acronym for “geographically undesirable.” (“Great gal and all, but totally gu — she lives all the way up in Tequesta!”)

swish Want to integrate your new pet into the family home without sacrificing good design or banishing your new family member to “puppy-prison”? Then BOWHAUS has the solution — its chic pet abode provides the privileged pup a safe, comfortable enclosure while functioning as a side table that would be an attractive addition to any hip home. By living in the heart of the owner’s living space, the pet feels safe, develops important early bonds, and cultivates good house behaviours that are essential to living with people.



A Haus For The Style-Conscious Pet

(adj): 1. Very suave, smooth, or cool: "Wow, you're looking awfully swish this eve," or "Wow, I saw Amy last night, and, gee, she was so swish in her fantastic shoes!"

Hello, this is NOT the person you were trying to reach … you have reached The Rejection Hotline! If you don't want to give out your real number, give the humorous Rejection Hotline number: 561-986-0035. When the unwanted suitor calls, he is not-so-subtly informed of your non-interest. The dating scene is full of people who can't take a hint or can't take "no" for an answer (and many who apparently can't take showers, brush their teeth, or go out in social settings without awkwardly embarrassing themselves by an inability to read a situation). By using the Rejection Hotline number, rejectees are able to hear the bad news in the privacy of their own homes, without being subjected to public embarrassment and/or ridicule from anyone who otherwise might have witnessed a more public rejection. Furthermore, there is no unanswered "what if," no desperate assumptions ("I must have just mis-dialed") and no ambiguity — all common by-products of randomly selected fake numbers. For a complete list of phone numbers and merchandise, log onto .

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Tsunami Restaurant 651 Okeechobee Boulevard @ CityPlace West Palm Beach, FL 33401 16 | 561-835-9696 (phone) 561-835-9980 (fax)


Prominently situated in CityPlace, Tsunami offers a distinctive AsianFusion dining experience where style and substance are seductively joined. Owners Frank A. Cilione and Shamin Abas Cilione, along with Guillermo Gomez Architects, have created a stunning ambiance with soaring, threestory windows, outdoor dining area and a beautifully-appointed, upscale lounge. A dramatic stairway ascends 15 feet to the Mezzanine bar, with tiered semiprivate seating areas at each of three levels. Under the ever-watchful eyes of a 6-foot, gold-leaf Buddha, diners are treated to the true beauty of Tsunami, the impressive cuisine.


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golf tease Photographed by Montana Pritchard

Fashion has a way of incorporating sporty styles into haute couture: football shoulder pads of the '80s, highheeled sneakers, bowling shoe-chic. The logical next step? Golf, the latest togs to be tweaked. Outrageous plaids, kooky caps and goofy golf shoes are melded into sultry summer style. Fore! by Adriana Morandin Hat by Heather Design International,, London 011 44 (0)20 8871 4894

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Left: Bikini top and bandana by Heather Design International, London 011 44 (0)20 8871 4894ss Skirt by Hyp Golf, British Columbia 604.270.6060 Right: Top and pants by Heather Design International, London 011 44 (0)20 8871 4894 Acrylic bench by Steven Johnson 561.659.1883

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Above: Shirt by Hollister,, 866.681.3116 Pants by Marie-Valois Paris,, USA 908.704.0205 Hat from stylist’s personal collection. Right: Jacket by Marie-Valois Paris,, USA 908.704.0205

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Bikini by Heather Design International London 011 44 (0)20 8871 4894 Belts by Marie-Valois Paris USA 908.704.0205

MODEL: Karolina Cechova, Irene Marie Model Management. HAIR AND MAKEUP: Colleen Stone, Blink Management. STYLIST: Stephanie Doney PHOTOGRAPHER: Montana Pritchard,

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The Challenge How to make a 25-year-old suburban Florida home appeal to a 30-something couple with diverse contemporary-urban tastes.

The Project Inside the master suite is an open washroom with his-and-her sinks on a dated colonial vanity. The wallpaper was so old, it was almost back in style. Well, almost.

Step-By-Step Remove wallpaper. Lots of elbow grease is required for this task. Inexpensive retail products are available (see buyers guide on next page) and will speed you along on this arduous task. Remove Mirror Again, not difficult as long as you’re not going to reuse the mirror. The squeamish might want to seek professional help in removing it. Check your local Yellow Pages for a professional in your area. (about $75).

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Home Remodeling 101

Our resident design diva, teri, has rolled up her sleeves and accepted the challenge of remodeling a house on a shoestring budget. How tight a shoestring? You’ll be surprised how much you can accomplish for so little. Total cost for each project appears at the end of the article — no peeking, please.

Prepare Walls Remove all remaining adhesive from behind mirror, as well as all wallpaper glue residue (best accomplished with lots of hot water and a big sponge.) Fill any holes with pre-mixed spackle. Sand any rough areas, and you’re ready to paint. The Vanity As with all construction projects, if you’re off by a fraction of an inch, you may as well be off by a foot. Such was the case with this vanity. Unfortunately, the space was off by a half-inch, which precluded purchase of a ready-made vanity. So back to the drawing board we went. With a few new hinges and a fresh coat of paint on the vanity itself, we were able to solve the problem with a unique solution. Paint Choose your paints carefully — your brushes even more so. Each paint brand and color reacts differently. Make sure to look at the swatches in your house under your lighting conditions. That said, throw on an old shirt, grab a good-quality brush and start at the top. Cut into the edges, then fill with a roller. Once the walls have been painted, carefully mask off the areas surrounding the vanity, and begin to apply the new paint to the vanity. Exchange the hinges, rehang the doors and voilá. Now, turn the page for the transformation.

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buyersguide DIF WALLPAPER REMOVER . .$7.50 BRUSHES, TAPE, SPACKLE SANDPAPER, DROPCLOTH, SCRAPER . . . . . . . . .$19.72 HINGES - 6 . . . . . . . .$21.50 HANDLES - 3 . . . . . .$13.50 PAINT - 2 GALLONS $39.00 PAINT - 1 QUART . . . .$9.50 DECORATIVE ITEMS $150.00 2 mirrors, soap dispensers, foot stool, “lucky” bamboo and vase

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ARTWORK . . . . . . . . . .FREE Salvaged prints from a restaurant that went out of business

“…we were able to soften the starkness of the red walls with the warm glow of the gold ceiling.”



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As I was saying… There I was, in the Town Center Mall, when it happened! I found a shoe sale at Banana Republic. After trying on this shoe and that shoe, I selected the Arcadia, a sleek black half-boot. I brought my find to the register, and the salesgirl let me in on an “insider secret.” Although the shoe was already marked down 50%, it was going down an additional 50% that evening. Not free, but real close. Not one to miss out on a sale, I had the sales girl put the shoes on “hold” and I would return the next day to make the purchase. After lying awake most of the evening, pondering which slacks would best show off my new shoes, I called the store. And indeed the shoes had been reduced again. Yes! A spectacular find had been made! But my elation was short-lived. The salesperson on the phone crushed my very existence with just six words: “Sorry, but your shoes were sold.” My shoes had been sold to someone else. “How could that be?!” I screamed incredulously into the phone. I explained the whole thing to the salesperson, all the sordid details: tried them on ... looked great ... felt taller ... better sale tomorrow.. will HOLD the shoes for you ... how I laid awake, dreaming of shoes and slacks ... and how with these new shoes, I was destined to meet the girl of my dreams! Now, I was destined to die a grumpy old man, alone and shoeless! What could be done!? Well, with each tragedy, a hero emerges. In this case, it was the store manager, Reynaldo. He got on the phone and apologized for the error. “But that’s not going to bring back my shoes,” I argued. “You’re right,” he began, “I can’t get those shoes back for you, but I’ll check with the other local stores and get back to you shortly.” He took down my name and number, and the wait began. I waited for hours, days, weeks — well, OK, just a few minutes. Anxiously, I dove to answer the ringing phone and immediately asked, “Where can I pick up my shoes? West Palm? PGA? Where? Where?” I was greeted by silence and a slightly disappointed sales manager. “I’m sorry, locally we’re sold out.” The horror of it all! Why me? How could this happen? I had slacks picked out! Once I survived the crush of disappointment, I realized that Reynaldo was still on the line and still talking. “Locally, we’re sold out,” he continued “but I’ve arranged to have the shoes overnighted to you — at our expense — from a different location if you still want them.” Did I still want them? Of course! I explained to him about the slacks, and about how I wasn’t going to die a grumpy old man, alone with no shoes. He was a true retail hero! True to his word, a box arrived from Banana Republic a few days later, and my shoes and I have been inseparable ever since! The moral of the story? It’s not about price, location, quality, fancy decorations or window displays; it’s about customer service. The manager went out his way to make me (an ordinary customer) happy. It’s this level of commitment to service that will keep me shopping at Banana Republic. Sure, the other factors are important, but Reynaldo realized an universal maxim: A happy customer is your best customer.

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Inside . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 How To: Mojito . . . . . . . . . . hos mojitos, we think muc and arch rese After diligent heck of a hangover. one we may have a winner, and . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29-32 The Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . y! part Where to eat drink and . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28-31 Note Worthy . . . . . . . . . . . Markets; Executive Chef, en Gre no; Cabana Nuevo Lati Brian Kenny . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 Worth The Trip . . . . . . . . . . ant-Lounge; Nirvana; taur Serenity Garden; Dada Res Cafe Bizaare Ave. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 Spotlight On . . . . . . . . . . . .

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“Beautiful” and “colorful” are just a few of the words that come to mind when talking about Cabana Nuevo Latino’s decór. Add “flavorful” and “plentiful” and you’ve described the cuisine. Cabana “Las Palmas” located on the east end of Clematis Street, serves a fantastical blend of Latin cuisines. The dnL™ restaurant critic* made several unannounced visits and reports that — from the architecturally stacked coconut shrimp to the sizzling churrasco and the artfully arranged ceviché — you can't go wrong at Cabana “Las Palmas”. Dinners from $10; most lunches under $8. 118 Clematis St., West Palm Beach, FL 33401, 561-833-4773 1



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1890 Okeechobee Blvd., WPB Offering a menu of popular Mexican specialties as well as personal dishes inspired by Aleyda's South American heritage, Aleyda herself oversees every aspect of this busy and successful restaurant. $$

CITY CELLAR WINE BAR & GRILL 366-0071 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

700 Rosemary Ave., CityPlace Multi-ethnic dishes (from pizza & pasta to steak & sea bass) served in an urban setting surrounded by a magnificent glass-enclosed wine cellar. $$

CRAZY BUFFET ANGELO AND MAXIE'S STEAKHOUSE 833-6550 . . . . . . . . . . .

651 Okeechobee Blvd., CityPlace The menu, split into two categories— Meat and Not Meat—offers a broad spectrum of oversized steaks, salads, fish and chicken. $$


How To » Mojito

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Rumored to be the drink of choice for Ernest Hemingway, the Mojito is a perfect accompaniment to the flavors of the Nuevo Latino dining experience. Although Cabana would not divulge its secret recipe, the owner did give us these useful hints: “The key to [making] an excellent Mojito is fresh ingredients and a good-quality rum. We use Barcardi Limon, which further enhances the citrus flavors of the drink.” After diligent research and muchos mojitos, we think we may have broken the code. Here's the dnL™ version. Salud!

Mojito 2 ounces Barcardi Limon 1/2 ounce simple syrup (equal parts sugar and water)

8-10 fresh mint leaves 1 lime cut into slices 4 ounces club soda Put simple syrup, mint and lime into glass. Using a wooden pestle, muddle the ingredients until you can smell the mint, and most of the juice is free of the lime. Add the Barcardi Limon and ice. Shake, add soda, and serve with a decorative sugarcane stalk.


600 Rosemary Ave., CityPlace Directly facing the spectacular courtyard fountains, the restaurant serves authentic Italian cuisine in a casual, vibrant atmosphere. $$ . . .


921 Lake Ave., Lake Worth Bizaare Avenue Cafe offers a delectable menu until midnight, 6 nights a week. Romantic, hip, and completely unique! $$

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2030 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., WPB Incredible selection of Japanese, Chinese, and multi-cultural cuisines. Crazy Buffet is an Asian fusion buffet, definitely NOT your average Chinese Buffet. $$


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632 Lake Avenue, Lake Worth Known as a drinking establishment with a great food problem! Check out the weekly specials, including 39¢ oysters and clams! $$


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207 Clematis Street, WPB If you're looking to impress, or be impressed without going to "The Island," Maison Carlos is the place. $$$

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550 S. Rosemary Ave., CityPlace Blue Martini is West Palm Beach's premiere destination for delicious appetizers, an array of martinis, and live entertainment. $$

BONJOUR DE PARIS BAKERY & CAFE 820-9281 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

212 South Olive Ave. (The Strand), WPB Ask about Breakfast in Bed for one, two, or the whole family! Delivered right to your door. $

550 S Rosemary Ave., CityPlace Restaurant serving steaks, burgers, ribs and salads in a sports-fan-friendly atmosphere. $


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221 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach Taboo is Palm Beach's legendary American bar and bistro. It has been a tradition in Palm Beach for the past 60 years. Whatever you do, don’t miss this Palm Beach landmark restaurant. $$$


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700 S. Rosemary Avenue, CityPlace Great food, generous portions, extremely reasonably priced. And their motto says it all..."Quality you can taste"! $$


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32 East Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach Each day, chef Nick Morfogen creates the night’s menu from scratch, using the freshest ingredients from around the world. $$


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621 Lake Avenue, Lake Worth Enjoy live local and international Irish and traditional music during happy hour each day, or grab an ale and kick back to watch your favorite sporting events on the 115" Panavision with Bose surround-sound. $

804 East Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach If you crave authentic English pub food, go to an authentic English pub. Erected in England and moved to Atlantic Ave in ‘96. Offering the friendliness of a traditional pub with a full lunch and dinner menu. $


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2400 Metrocentre Blvd., WPB Check for information on Chef's Table Dinners and monthly International Wine Pairing Dinners. $$$

6877 SW 18th Street, Boca Raton Dine in style overlooking the water WEST of I-95 in Boca. This is one of Boca's best finds. The food is expertly prepared, and the or heavenly. $$$

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DAKOTAH 624 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 274-6244 270 East Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach The contemporary and well-appointed décor and ambiance coupled with the exquisite food and libations, make this restaurant a favorite with any crowd. $$

LA CIGALE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 276-6453 1010 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach The perfect chic place to enjoy a French brasserie dining experience with simple yet savory fare, La Cigale is a wonderful find. $$$

LILLY'S NEW CUISINE . . . 362-0208 451 East Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton All pasta is made fresh on the premises daily. Open for lunch and dinner, Lilly's prepares each order individually when it is placed. This may take a little more time, but it also takes a lot more love. $$

MAGGIANO'S . . . . . . . . . . 361-8244 21090 St. Andrews Blvd., Boca Raton, Reminiscent of New York City's Little Italy, the menu features the savory flavors of Southern Italian Cuisine. The menu blends old-world recipes with modern-day style.$$

MARK'S AT THE PARK. . . 395-0770 344 Plaza Real, Boca Raton At Mizner Park, Mark's is the place to "see and be seen." Fresh sushi, huge salads, a creative menu with specials daily. $$$

MICHAEL'S SONOMA GRILLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 752-2252 3441 Woolbright Rd., Boynton Beach The perfect place for casual dining with friends, family and business clients. Featuring a diverse beer selection and an outstanding, affordable wine list. $$$

NEW YORK PRIME . . 561-998-3881 2350 Executive Center Drive, NW, Boca Raton A true steakhouse experience. From the moment you are greeted, to the moment you depart, you will appreciate exceptional service from our highly trained staff. $$$


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110 East Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach Sopra’s elegant design complements chef Glen Manfra’s simple Italian cuisine based on fresh local fish, meats, and produce accented with authentic Italian herbs, extra virgin olive oils, and regional cheeses. $$

13967 U. S. Highway One, Juno Beach The Juno Beach Cafe is a family-run, casual and fun restaurant with a wonderfully unique breakfast and lunch menu. $

SUSHI YAMA SIAM JAPANESE & THAI CUISINE . . . . . . . . 736-7400 2282 N. Congress Ave., Boynton Beach This casual neighborhood restuarant boasts many different varieties of soups, noodles, Thai specialties, sushi, sashimi, and hand rolls (200 to choose from!) $$

NORTH COUNTY BLUE NOTE CAFE . . . . . . . 748-3212 201 U.S. Highway One, Jupiter In addition to the food, you're here for the live Blues and Jazz. The menu, though not extensive, is excellent, and the entertainment is TOP NOTCH. $$

DOCKSIDE SEA GRILLE. . 842-2180 766 Northlake Blvd., Lake Park A delightful outdoor dining deck is the perfect place to relax, have a cold drink and enjoy some of the freshest seafood available. $$

FRESCO BAR & BISTRO. . 472-0959 11360 U.S. Highway One, PB Gardens Fresco is a chic, stylish, and exquisite new restaurant with a “fresh,” light approach to dining satisfaction. $$$

HURRICANE CAFE . . . . . . 630-2012 14050 U.S. Highway One, Juno Beach, The Hurricane Café may be a bit out of the way for some, but we PROMISE that the trip will be well worth your while AND it won’t be your last. $$

JAX 126 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 746-7566 1061 East Indiantown Rd., Jupiter If you love to dance, meet new people and have a great time, Jax is the place. $

Wouldn’t it be nice to dine half-price? Boca Raton 5970 SW18th Street 393-3900

Palm Beach 901 Village Boulevard 686-7300

Taylor Morgan, host of the Dining & Entertainment Show on WBZT 1230AM and Discover Dining on PAX-TV offers a HUGE selection of gift certificates to South Florida's favorite restaurants — ALL AT A 50% DISCOUNT! Log onto, for a complete listing of available eateries. Monday through Friday, SouthFlorida sends an e-mail “blast,” which will let you know the Blue Plate Special for that day, new restaurants that have signed on, what's coming up on the radio show, food & drink related events that are planned, etc. If you want to be kept informed, send an e-mail to — write "Add to E-mail List" in the subject line. Bon Apetite! Local: 966-1881 Toll Free: 866-379-DINE

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LANNI'S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 625-9373 1201 U.S. Highway One, North PB A truly special place where the regulars don't ask for menus, and people are known to drive 50 miles because the ambience is romantic and the food is no less than phenomenal. $$$

LONG ISLAND SHELLFISH COMPANY. . . 622-7200 11603 U.S. Highway 1, North PB The atmosphere is rustic yet comfortable, with indoor and outdoor dining as well as a separate bar area where one can hang out and have Raw Bar selections and cocktails. $$$

MARC'S CHOPHOUSE . . . 747-2522 337 Indiantown Rd., Jupiter This may be a steakhouse, but it's the creativity in the kitchen that makes this place unbelievable. Marc's also offers the freshest seafood on the wharf. $$$

PANAMA HATTIE'S . . . . . 627-1545 11571 Ellison Wilson Rd., PB Gardens Panama Hattie's is the place when you want to feel like you're on vacation ... enjoying the boats, and the sights and the sounds of the intracoastal waterway. $$$

SANDBAR AND GRILL . . . 743-7788 311 East Indiantown Rd., Jupiter If you're looking for a bit of the Keys in Jupiter, The Sandbar's the place. The decor is relaxed and tropical. The tiki bar inside makes you feel that you're in the islands. $$ WEST COUNTY BACKSTREET'S NEIGHBORHOOD BAR & GRILL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 795-0100 12771 West Forest Hill Blvd.,Wellington Famous for their "Sharables," a new dining concept: recognizing that some people would rather mix & match and pass around the plates to sample a variety of foods, than tackle a huge full-course meal all by themselves. $$ BAMBOO CLUB . . . . . . . . . . . . . 753-6606 10300 West Forest Hill Blvd.,Wellington A hip, slick and dramatic restaurant offering upscale Pacific Rim cuisine in an eclectic decor. The food, showing influences from Japan, China, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam and Hawaii -- is designed for sharing rather than conventional dining. $$


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Executive Chef, Tsunami

When asked what makes West Palm Beach great, Executive Chef Brian Kenny answered, "…the growth potential. The old Palm Beach is classic, and the new Palm Beach has vision." Brian implements his vision every day at the Asian Fusion restaurant Tsunami. He creates his unique dishes by incorporating basic ingredients with a new preparation or "fusing" them with distinctly Asian flavors. The dishes are simple yet focused. The results? A mouthwatering experience!

AGE? 29 How have you made a name for yourself in PB?Through hard work and treating people fairly that work for me (even giving second chances) What’s your claim to fame? I'm not famous or even infamous – well, maybe infamous with my staff. What do you offer to the community? Hopefully, a mind-blowing experience in the restaurant.

Brian Kenny

What role do you see yourself taking to ensure the future of WPB? Hopefully [bringing] national exposure to the West Palm Beach dining scene “Fave” restaurant? Of course TSUNAMI – there's no othe r. Pets? Three dogs, 2 cats and Rosie, my 300-lb. pot-belly pig Book on your nightstand? No books on the nightstand; they stay on the coffee table.

How did West Palm Beach get so lucky to capture and retain this 29-year-old food genius? The lure of West Palm Beach came with the prospect of utilizing his background and innovation to originate Tsunami’s menu, select his own staff, and bring an intriguing dining concept to reality as Executive Chef. However, Brian's love affair with South Florida began 20 years ago when he moved here with his family. His culinary career began at The Biltmore Hotel in Miami and has

Who/what makes you laugh? My wife and kids keep me laughing. Credit success to...? All the people that have ever worked for me Greatest personal accomplishment? Opening the restauran t from dirt on the floor Proudest moment? The day my twin girls were born Smartest business move? Moving to Palm Beach County

included stints at The Mar-a-lago Club and The Four Seasons, both in Palm Beach. He credits his largest growth opportunity to his favorite artist, chef Norman Van Aken, owner of Norman's in Miami. It was in Miami that Norman taught Brian about "embracing creativity." Brian has taken that creativity and poured it into Tsunami, his dream. Moreover, what drives this local chef to create his passionate concoctions? "The smiles on peoples’ faces after a good meal."

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Worth The Trip » Serenity Garden Tea House 316 Vallette Way (Historic District) West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Today, afternoon tea is one of the fastestgrowing trends in America, and it is riding a wave of popularity around the world. There is a calming, eternal charm about the whole affair that is irresistible. Tea beckons us to enjoy quality time with friends and loved ones, and especially to rediscover the art of relaxed conversation. At Serenity Garden Tea House, you and your guests will experience a unique setting and a relaxing atmosphere in this charming 1917 house with wood floors, fireplace, and quaint little rooms tastefully decorated with antiques and art. Phone: (561) 655-3911

Dada Restaurant-Lounge

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52 North Swinton Ave. Delray Beach, FL. 33444 THE place to go in Delray Beach for food, drinks, music, art, culture, history, and fun. Owners Rodney Mayo and Scott Frielich team with Executive Chef Bruce Feingold to create Dada, a very popular, trendy restaurant and lounge with a comfortable, home-like atmosphere that comes alive with the "20-40 somethings" who come to dine the night away. Phone: (561) 330-3232

Nirvana 1701 North Congress Ave.

Beach, FL. 33426 Whether you’re in search of the freshest produce, Boynton Chef-owner Ricky Gopeesingh (formerly chef at Delray's Pineapple Grill) morning yoga, jazz breakfasts, or just fresh air on executive has fused his Caribbean heritage with New World cuisine to create a very a Saturday morning — area green markets are vibrant and inspired Indo-Caribbean restaurant. He artistically melds the flavors of the Caribbean, India and the United the place to go. Long-established Saturday States into delectible culinary combinaThere often seems to be a lot on green markets in West Palm Beach, Boca Raton tions. the plate, but the flavors work. Phone: (561) 752-1932 and Delray Beach are now joined by Riviera Avenue Cafe Beach. On Sundays, go to Palm Beach Gardens Bizaare 921 Lake Ave. Lake Worth, FL. 33460 It’s celebrating its sixth year in business, and Royal Palm Beach green markets. but most people don't know about this West Palm Beach 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturdays, West Palm Beach at Banyan and Clematis streets

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Delray Beach 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturdays, Worthing Park, 150 E. Atlantic Ave.

Boca Raton 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturdays, Royal Palm Plaza (Federal Highway and Mizner Boulevard)

Riviera Beach 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturdays, City Hall Municipal Complex, 600 W. Blue Heron Blvd.

Palm Beach Gardens 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Sundays, Gardens Park, 10500 N. Military Trail

Royal Palm Beach 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Sundays, Veteran's Park

little gem. The regular clientele would love to keep it a secret, but it's time to let the secret out! Bizaare Avenue Cafe is a completely unique restaurant. Offering a delectable menu of "Gourmet Sharables," Bizaare Avenue Cafe is romantic, hip and completely unique! Phone: (561) 588-4488

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be seen Attendees were treated to the Wachovia Fireworks Show as well as the opening of the Fidelity Federal Juried Art Show. Musical guests included Sheryl Crow, James Brown and John Mayer.

“Ok, just a little closer now...” Clematis Magazine publisher, Bob Zeitler, takes photos stageside at Sunfest 2003.

From Sunfest2003 to cozy friends at the Lounge, farewells at Flow, birthdays at Ecco, Gatsby’s, Tsunami and everywhere between, we saw it all! { If you want to have your event or promotion covered by a member of dnL™ Photo Squad, please call 561.523.4855 or e-mail your request to }

Brian Guralnick, Greg Margre & Stacy Ortiz @ Gatsbys

Over 160 artists competed in this year’s Juried Art Show!

Enjoying the after-Sunfest nightlife outside at The Lounge were (l-r) Wayne Arcos, Katy Burns, and Danielle Horchler.


The fabulous Fox Sisters, New Years Eve @ The Strand

Anna at FLOW


Birthday party at Echo

Farewell party at FLOW

Birthday party at PB Kennel Club

Meanwhile, back at CityPlace: Infinity Radio hosts “All About You, Women’s Expo” at the Harriet Himmel Gilman Theater. Fushu Daiko performs at the Harriet for The American Lung Cancer Society.

Thursday night at Tsunami: Shannon Fox, Debbie Llowman, Rinku Tawar, Jim Nicholas, Bob Bingenheimer, Helen Reid and Ken Curtin

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Inside, customers purchased many special Halloween Treats!

“Here Comes the Neighborhood,� a spectacular block party thrown by 610 Clematis, in conjunction with the Apple Organization, to officially welcome the future residents of 610 to their new homes in WPB. Hoisting shovels were Mayor Lois Frankel (light gray suit) and former Mayor Nancy Graham.

Owner Marc Cooper (above ) is all smiles at his Halloween Eve grand opening of Jacquelyn B Jewelers in the Parkland Town Center Mall!


Meanwhile, outside guests were treated to food from The Melting Pot as well as wines, music and dancers from Platinum Gold!

Members of the West Palm Beach 100 pitch in for a good cause, truly painting their hearts out to complete the job in one day!!

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