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MOVING FORWARD Last month, I strolled into a mixer hosted by the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance. It was one of the Alliance’s “Connect” events, held on the beautiful patio at Gallery One, the all-suite Doubletree hotel along the Intracoastal. The event focused on artwork, with artists actually painting while Broward business’s elite mingled and chatted about business, family and the Miami Heat. And while I met executives ranging from manufacturing to home entertainment systems, I noticed something fascinating… The conversation usually turned to the law at some point. Certainly there were different aspects of law. One person was chatting with me about an employee who left to work for his competitor. While his employee had signed a non-compete agreement for two years, he struggled with whether or not he should take her to court. Another person was explaining to me how he shared a new internet concept with a friend – and then the friend beat him to market. The law has always fascinated me. During my days as Publisher of the South Florida Business Journal, I heard the most fantastic stories from my friends who were lawyers. Sadly, the newspaper industry is declining. At the same time, local, targeted magazines are thriving. According to recent third party research, Lifestyle Magazines now enjoys almost 200,000 readers in Broward County alone. Guess what – 70 percent of these readers are in top management. Lifestyle’s mission is to tell the stories that we all talk about while dining with close friends. What do we talk about? Money issues, business, family, vacations, our favorite restaurants and our kids. And that’s what we write about in the pages of our publications. Another important goal at Lifestyle is to connect the community we love together. That’s one of the reasons why Lifestyle Media Group has created the Leaders in Law Awards. This fall, we’re going to honor the best South Florida lawyers in more than a dozen categories, both

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at a ceremony at Nova Southeastern University and within the pages of our magazines. It’s our opportunity to applaud the best lawyers in categories ranging from insurance to entertainment, corporate to government, taxes to real estate. We’ll also honor the law firms who do the most for the community. For more details, visit lmgfl.com/ awards or email our chief marketing officer Dawn Rahicki at dawn@ lifestylemagazinegroup.com. The Leaders in Law Awards are just one of the many exciting events we have planned for later this year and beyond. We’ve decided, as a company, that we need to do more than just cover the county and South Florida. We need to be a part of it. Last month we began our CEO Connect concept at Grill 401. This program features a live one on one interview with our area’s most fascinating people. Of course there was great food and drinks – and great conversations. I’d like to give a special thank you to noted developer Terry Stiles for being my first interview. We spanned Terry’s life and found out how he built Stiles into one of the largest real estate companies in the nation. Future events will also feature live

interviews with some of the most interesting and influential movers and shakers of our community. On the editorial front, we’re expanding our travel and food sections, adding a real estate section, and diving deeper into the business trends that are influencing – or about to influence – South Florida. And this summer, inspired by the Alliance’s Connect event at Gallery One, we’re going to feature the best artists in Broward County – and show you how businesses are embracing art not only for its aesthetic value, but for its investment value and how that affects their bottom lines. In this issue, I hope you’ll peruse our cover story, which combines Mother’s Day with National Pet Month and features wonder women who raise children and save pets. And for lighter fare, did you know Broward County is home to a halfdozen breweries – one of them awardwinning. We welcome you to take the long walk with us as we embrace and honor our community together.t.

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contents MAY 2013

14 BUZZ STYLE 18 Destination Weddings 20 Oh Mama!

COVER PHOTO BY DOWNTOWN PHOTO/ FORT LAUDERDALE

Lifestyle’s Top Jewelry Picks for Mother’s Day

FEATURE STORY 28 Beer Near Here COVER STORY 34 Dog Moms Rock

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Susan Jarmillo Vicky DeLuca

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HAPPENINGS 40 Footy’s Wing Ding Golf Classic 44 Birthday Ball 48 Man and Woman of the Year BIZ STYLE 52 The Business of Taking Care 1st Family Home Care

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SCENE ON SITE 70 Fancy Jeans 72 Club 2-1-1 Connecting Event 74 Coral Springs Chamber Wake-Up Breakfast 76 Corals Springs Festival of the Arts 78 Lifestyle’s CEO Connect 80 Beautiful Things 82 Tour De Cure

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Quick on the draw MIAMI FASHION STYLIST RACHAEL RUSSELL AT PEEL IT OFF TO GIVE IT BACK ON LAS OLAS

The clothes off your back The average U.S. household discards around 700 pieces of clothing and textiles annually, so there’s now a nationwide clothing movement called PEEL IT OFF TO GIVE BACK, which collects “gently worn” clothing for those in need. The program made a stop at Las Olas Fine Arts on March 29, and more than 100 people packed the gallery for a “Sip & Swap” clothing donation event – which are also happening in Dallas and Chicago. Attendees donated their gently worn clothing and swapped it for something “new to you,” all while enjoying wines from event co-sponsor The Naked Grape, a winery offering eight varietals. All the remaining clothes were donated to Clothes4Souls, a global anti-poverty nonprofit organization. For details, visit clothes4souls.org.

Bowling for dollars - for others There are celebrity golf tournaments and celebrity tennis tournaments. But a celebrity bowling tournament? Well, there will be one on Sunday, May 19. It’s the First Annual Cliff Floyd Foundation Celebrity Bowling Tournament at SpareZ in Davie from 1-4 p.m. The former Miami Marlins outfielder and his celebrity pals will help raise money for his foundation and Fort Lauderdale’s HANDY (Helping Abused Neglected & Dependent Youth). Details at www.cff30.com.

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Lina Monclus of Fort Lauderdale has won a $1,000 tuition scholarship to The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. You can see why above. Monclus won on the local level of The Art Institutes and Americans for the Arts “You Can Create Tomorrow” Poster Design Competition. Now Monclus competes nationally with other local winners from around the country for a $10,000 tuition scholarship to any Art Institutes school. If you want details on how to enter next year, check out www.artinstitutes.edu.

Champs of children Get up early on Friday, May 10 to recognize Champions of Children at the Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six. At 8 a.m., HANDY (Helping Abused Neglected & Dependent Youth) will recognize... s4HE*ERRY4AYLORAND.ANCY"RYANT Foundation s&LORIDA!TLANTIC5NIVERSITY 0RESIDENT-ARY*ANE3AUNDERS s!UTO.ATION6ICE0RESIDENTOF Corporate Affairs Gale Butler. HANDY will also honor its 2013 college graduates “who have achieved their degrees against all odds.” Last year, HANDY served more than 1,300 children. Learn more at www.handyinc.org.


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DANA MARKHAM TALKS TO PINECREST FIFTH-GRADERS

100 women who rock Whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Pine Crest President Dana Markham discussing with these ďŹ fth-graders? â&#x20AC;&#x153;The effects of spices and scentsâ&#x20AC;? at the annual Kidsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Inquiry Conference, an interactive lower school science symposium that took place in March. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I am so proud of you all, with not only the ďŹ ndings you have presented so well, but with the way you have learned to collaborate, compromise, and solve problems during your projects,â&#x20AC;? Markham told the students, who attend the award-winning private school in Fort Lauderdale.

Those students can also be proud of Markham â&#x20AC;&#x201C; sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a nominee for the ďŹ fth annual 100 Outstanding Women of Broward County, hosted by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County. The big gala is May 9 at the Signature Grand, and Markham joins other nominees who include business owners, judges, and doctors. For details on attending the event, email Danielle Cox at dcox@bgcbc.org or call her at (954) 563-2822. 100outstandingwomen.com

Drills that students actually like The Miami Dolphins stopped by Parkside Elementary School in Coral Springs to visit nearly 500 students for the 'ATORADE*UNIOR4RAINING#AMPIN-ARCH4HESTUDENTSRAN through six football drills and cheerleader routines. *4# STRESSES A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE THROUGH EDUCATION physical ďŹ tness and making positive choices. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think it brings out school spirit, uniďŹ es the classes and it gets the kids in a good mood,â&#x20AC;? Assistant Principal Larry Barretto said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The message is also an excellent tie-in, and I think itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s important for the kids to realize thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s more to it than just having fun.â&#x20AC;? For more information on the Miami Dolphins Youth Football Clinic, Youth Football Camps, or school visits, email youthprograms@dolphins.com.

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An 18kt hand-engraved gold 36-inch necklace with mixed colored sapphires from the Marco Bicego Siviglia Collection. Retail value: $4,820 Availabe at Weston Jewelers, 1728 Main Street in the Weston Town Center. 954-389-7990 or www.westonjewelers.com

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BIRKS MUSE Collection Mesh Tear Drop Amethyst Pendant, in18kt Rose Gold From the BIRKS MUSE Collection, this tear drop amethyst pendant features an 18kt rose gold cap in the signature MUSE mesh motif, and hangs from an 18kt rose gold chain. $995 Available at Mayors

Pink sapphire and diamond earrings set in 18kt rose gold $10,250 Levinson Jewelers www.levinsonjewelers.com Semi precious gemstones and diamond ring set in 18kt yellow gold $4,500 Levinson Jewelers www.levinsonjewelers.com

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Heard of Sierra Nevada? Sam Adams? Forget about those craft-beers-turned-nationwidephenoms â&#x20AC;&#x201C; theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been beat out by a Broward brewery.

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If you’ve ever bought a craft beer, you know it’s pricier than your average Budweiser. Here’s why: it’s hard work. Unlike other state-of-the-art modern breweries, Big Bear has no computer touch screens to regulate the water temperature or mix the malt. “All the labor during the brewing process is done by hand,” Cox says. “There are no motors to mix the mash, for instance. The dry weight of the mash can be up to 1,000 pounds, which I then combine with water and mix with a hand paddle. The mixture becomes much heavier as it blends. All the malt has to then be removed manually when the process is finished.” One small mistake in the milling process, water purification, or in the accuracy of time and temperature could ruin a whole batch – equal to 20 kegs of beer. Cox has to run the different varieties of malt through a mill to gently crush it. The malt is then measured to the thousandth of an inch to create the desired flavor and body of the brew. The water Cox uses to mix with the malt goes through a water-purification process that strips contaminants out of the Broward tap water. He then rebuilds the water using calcium and magnesium – each brew has its own specific type of water. After 20 hours of labor, Cox has his 20 kegs’ worth of beer – but he doesn’t keep them in kegs. Instead, he stores the liquid in a half-dozen 8-foot-tall “serving vessels.” And directly from there is where customers at the Big Bear Brewery taste their purchases. Even the tubes the beer travels through are handpicked by Cox. They measure a quarter-inch in diameter compared to the normal half- to three-eighths inches, which leaves less beer sitting in the tubes when they are not in use – because beer sitting in the lines usually becomes stale. The tubes are also made of a nonporous material so they won’t collect dirt or bacteria, which could alter the taste of the beer. Cost: 45 cents a foot compared to 20 cents a foot. “Our process makes a difference when you compare taste and quality to the supermarket-type beers that people buy or drink at bars,” Cox says. “We keep the beer in a natural and pure state. We don’t pasteurize, use any chemical shelf-life extenders or flavor enhancers. Some beers we lightly filter, some are left completely unfiltered.” If this intrigues your taste buds, there’s only one problem: you can’t buy Big Bear beer anywhere but in Coral Springs. “Our beers are only sold on premise, so we can ensure they are always kept at optimal temperatures,” Cox says. “They also sell very fast, so we don’t have to worry about them getting old or losing flavor. That separates us and some other local brew pubs from all other beer products.”

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The price of success Cox organizing the various malts for the day’s brewing.

Pouring a bag of malt into the mill to crush it to a certain crush rate, in order to get the best extraction and flavor from the malt.

Starting the mashing process and adjusting incoming water temperature to a precise temperature for that specific brew.

Bang for the buck While craft beers are pricier than the average national brand, they’re also punchier. Check out the ABV – alcohol by volume of these brews… t Michelob Ultra – 4.1 percent t Bud Lite – 4.2 percent t Sam Adams Lager – 4.8 percent t Big Bear Polar Light – 4.9 percent t Native Brewing Thunderhead Red – 5.2 percent

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t Holy Mackerel Panic Attack – 10 percent As Holy Mackerel brewmaster Bobby G. puts it: “Some craft beer consumers drink less beer because of alcohol content, thus cutting down on calories and cash spent.”

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Pouring the finished product out of one of the 8-foot-tall serving vessels before it’s sent to the bar taps.


Other beers from around here

Broward County is a mini-hotbed for tiny brew pubs and local brewers. All of these These brews are made right on the premises or close by – not like other “ale houses” establishments create complex and balanced brews, and the brewmasters are as maniacal that have brews shipped in from other states. The food ranges from tapas to pizza, all with about their beers as Matt Cox. the beers in mind…

Funky Buddha Lounge and Brewery

with a rich mouth feel. 2621 N. Federal Highway, Boca Raton, (561) 3684643, thefunkybuddha.com.

The Mack House Holy Mackerel Nano Brewery A hip hangout for students from nearby FAU and Lynn University, featuring live music, the aroma of shisha (flavored tobacco), and a tapas-like menu. Brewmaster Kevin Abbott usually offers five main ales, with prices in the $6 range. They include: Maple Bacon Coffee Porter – Just like the name says, it’s brewed with maple syrup, smoked malt (to suggest bacon), and coffee. Brown to black in color and medium bodied. No Crusts – A peanut-butter-and-jelly brown ale brewed with real peanuts and assorted fruits. Hop Gun IPA – In a sea of overly bitter IPAs, Abbott went for balance. Amber colored and medium bodied, Hop Gun has a strong malt flavor with hints of caramel and honey. Floridian Hefeweizen – Unfiltered German style wheat beer with a pale golden color. Aromas of banana and clove with light citrus fruit, light to medium bodied with similar flavors, prickly carbonation and clean finish. Red Dawn Red Ale – Deep red to brown color in color, Red Dawn has a fruity nose with hints of vanilla and caramel. The flavor is bready with dark fruits and caramel

$6 range, but can also be purchased as six packs at Total Wine, ABC stores and Whole Foods. 9118 State Road 84, Fort Lauderdale, (954) 474-5040, holymackerelbeers.com.

Native Brewery

A laid-back establishment run by brewmaster Bobby G, who loves to add unconventional ingredients like chili peppers, pecans, and coffee. The results are rich and explosive but still well-balanced. Brews, also in the $6 range, include: Panic Attack – Canadian malt adds richness and sweetness, while spices such as fennel seed and ginger layer on the flavor. A strong ale – hence the name. Mack in Black – Belgian yeast and the addition of pomegranate juice in the fermentation makes this concoction a bit lighter than Panic Attack and gives it a thinner body. It has notes of chocolate and coffee. Special Golden Ale – Belgian-style brew, unfiltered with a hint of ginger, fennel, and slight honey sweetness. Dry and refreshing with fruity aromas. Prices for The Mack House brews usually run in the

Although not a brew pub, brewmaster Adam Fine creates a local range of flavorful beers that reminds him of what being a local is all about – spending time with friends and enjoying the weather year round. His brews include: Native Lager – Brewed with the finest German malts, hops, and a classic German yeast strain that produces an exceptionally smooth tasting golden lager, this is perfect for hot summer days. The Eleven Brown Ale – Hints of caramel and roasted nuts compliment a slight hop bitterness, which balances the sweetness and ends with a nice clean finish. Thunderhead Red – A classic American amber ale that balances the smooth caramel flavor of Maris Otter malt with a light hop bitterness and aroma. Adam’s brews can be found at many local establishments such as the Poorhouse, The Downtowner and selected Whole Foods, Publix, and Total Wine stores. www.nativebrewingco.com.

Pairing food and beer Food pairings aren’t just for wine anymore. Here’s the Lifestyle Magazine list of what goes well with our local brews…

Burgers and steaks Big Bear Grizzly Red Ale, Native Brewing Thunderhead Red, Holy Mackerel Panic Attack

Cajun, blackened meats, wings, gumbo Holy Mackerel Panic Attack and Mack and Black, Native Brewing Eleven Brown, Big Bear Paw Print IPA

Pasta, chicken, and fish in cheese sauces Holy Mackerel Panic Attack, Big Bear Polar Light, Native Brewing Glades Pale Ale

Citrus-based salads, fish, chicken, and pasta Big Bear Polar Light, Native Brewing Lager, Holy Mackerel Special Golden Ale

Chocolate cake and ice cream Holy Mackerel Mack and Black, Big Bear Espresso Cream Stout, Native Brewing Thunderhead Red


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Taking a flier: Susan Kramer, Coral Springs BY RYAN CORTES Four dogs have lived in Susan Kramer’s Coral Springs home since last September, and they all were deemed “at-risk” when she got them. Last September, Kramer got a flier in the mail about an ambassador program at the Broward Humane Society. She was intrigued. The program takes dogs that were surrendered by their owners but can’t adjust to life at the Humane Society shelter. “They get in the shelter and they just freak out,” explains Kramer. So Kramer and her family take in the dog – with toys, collars, leashes, and crates provided by the Humane Society – until another family adopts it. “The best part of all,” Kramer says, “is providing a home for the dog so it can blossom and become itself again – and become more desirable for adoption.” The stay-at-home mom enjoys the program because she has three kids either in college or about to leave for college. Keeping dogs for months at a time makes sense, she says, because after all of her kids move out, she may move. Kramer does admit, though, that she couldn’t volunteer in the program without the help of her 24-year-old Charles (who recently graduated from the University of Florida), 19-year-old *OHNWHOGOESTO"ROWARD#OLLEGE and 18-year-old daughter Emily (who will attend FAU in the fall). “I love the whole notion of giving back,” Kramer says. “And I feel I was very blessed to be able to stay at home and raise my kids all these years.” Adds Linda Sanders, who runs the

Broward Humane Society 2070 Griffin Road Fort Lauderdale humanebroward.com The Broward Humane Society has hundreds of volunteers on average, but they’re looking for more. According to Colette Saucier, the director of volunteer services, most people wouldn’t believe that.

Adoption Ambassador Program at the Humane Society: “The dogs she has taken into her home were not easy dogs. They all required love, time, attention, and extensive training to make them more adoptable dogs. She has learned about dog behavior and training and is literally transforming these dogs, giving them the second chance that they all deserve.” Kramer dedicated nearly the last 20 years of her life to raising her kids, although now she’s a volunteer usher at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in addition to helping the Humane Society. She’s been married for 27 years and although she doesn’t know her Mother’s Day plans this year, she spent the last one at the Carolina Country Club in Margate. Her kids showered her with flowers.

“We’re very lucky here – we maintain an average of 475 volunteers – but what I think what people might misunderstand is that they see we have so many volunteers and they think we don’t need any more,” she explains. “But we need volunteer service a lot during the week, and even if you only have three hours a week, we’d love for them to come help us take care of the cats and dogs.” The Humane Society says it takes in about 300-400 animals per week, so much is included when adopting a pet. Puppies cost $135 to adopt and dogs cost $100, but each animal is spayed or neutered, has treatment for fleas and ticks, is micro-chipped, and comes with a free bag of Purina dog food. Kittens cost $50 while cats are $25, but they also come micro-chipped and with the same amenities the dogs do.

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Sometimes the process takes a while, because of the condition of the dog. “They always come off the street really in bad shape, with heartworms and broken hips and legs because they’ve been hit by cars near the Everglades,” she says. There’s a $150 adoption fee, but Cremer says it’s a small price to pay. She estimates that every dog rescued has $400 spent on it before it’s adopted – and often more, if the dog needs surgery. Cremer is also particular about who adopts the dogs. She has potential customers complete an application, checks their vet references to see about their previous animals, and she insists on a home visit with the dog before an official adoption, just to make sure the house (and fence) is suitable. “I’m very, very strict,” she says. “These animals have been through hell, so we want to make sure they’re definitely going to a forever home.”

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11 MAY

» Hyatt Regency Pier 66 » (954) 200-7516

100 Years of Fighting Cancer One hundred years ago, the American Cancer Society and the American people started the fight of a lifetime. One hundred years ago, the word “cancer” was not spoken, and almost everyone who was diagnosed with cancer died. After all the research and discoveries and new treatments, the survival rates have changed for the better. Today, the goal is to change the statistics from two out of every three people surviving cancer for at least five years to three out of three surviving…period! The American Cancer Society is a global grassroots organization with more than three million volunteers saving lives and fighting for every birthday for every person battling cancer in every community. To date, there has been a 20 percent decline in cancer death rates in the U.S. since 1991, and a 50 percent drop in smoking rates. On Saturday, May 11, the American Cancer Society invites you to become a part of the solution by supporting the American Cancer Society’s 100th Birthday Ball honoring AutoNation Chairman AND #%/ -IKE *ACKSON CANCER SURVIVOR ,YNNE Curry, and hear a special testimonial from a newly engaged 22-year-old who has been battling brain cancer since he was three years old. The event is being held at the Hyatt Regency Pier 66 with entertainment by The Steve Chase Band and an exciting silent auction that includes vacation trips, jewelry, spa days, and more! The Honorary Chairs of the 100th Birthday Ball are Wayne and Marti Huizenga. The co-chairs are two entrepreneurs: Keith Koenig, co-founder along with his brother Kevin, of City Furniture; and Terry

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Stiles, president and CEO of Stiles, Inc. “The American Cancer Society’s 100th Birthday is an opportunity to join in the battle to end cancer…for your health, your family’s health, and the health of future generations,” said Keith Koenig. Terry Stiles added, “It’s a celebration of 100 years of saving lives and creating more birthdays and hope.” Nationally, the American Cancer Society’s goal is to raise $100 million dollars to do more research, to conduct more tests and surveys, and, in the end, to save more lives. Help the American Cancer Society finish the fight – go to FinishtheFight.org, like them on Facebook, or follow them on Twitter (@AmericanCancer). ,OCALLY YOUCANJOINTHElGHTBYCONTACTING*ULIE Cuneo at (954) 200-7516.


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POWERFUL PLAY DESERVES POWERFUL MEDICINE The Youth Sports Medicine program at Broward Health Coral Springs is specially designed to meet the rehabilitation needs of young athletes. Our physical therapists work with referring physicians to develop a treatment plan to return young athletes to the field and to help prevent further injury. We can coordinate return to play with coaches and trainers when needed. Let our specialized team of rehab professionals assist with the following injuries:

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Dr. Gena Bofshever: Dr. Gena Chiropractic, John DeShields: Riverstone Realty, Jonathan BrownďŹ eld: On the Ball Marketing, Michael McNamara: Fab2Go, Ron Brandenburg: Broward Health Medical Center, Vanessa Goodis: Promo Moxie Marketing, Robert Saunooke: Saunooke Law Firm, P.A., Michael Wild: Wild Felice & Partners, PA, Abigail Bettridge daughter of Ellen Bettridge: Silverseas Cruises, Anna Carello: Pine Crest School, Dr. Lisa Learn: Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon, Carlie Jabbour: Prudential Florida Realty, Steve Ziff: Florida Panthers Candidates Not Pictured: Peter Kahn: Hardwired Marketing Group, Andrew Paton: Dade Paper, Alex Pinelo: Norwegian Cruise Line, Jeremy Singer: Greenberg Traurig, P.A.

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Count-Down To Man & Woman of the Year The mission of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s disease, and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s probably one of the reasons that the annual Man and Woman of the Year event is so enthusiastically supported by everyone that volunteers to help in a variety of ways. !CASEINPOINTARETHETWOCO CHAIRS !NA6ENTO PRESIDENTOFEVENTSOF6ENTO$ESIGNS AND-ATTHEW F. Sacco, vice president, Communications & Public Affairs, Sunrise Sports & Entertainment and the Florida Panthers Hockey Club. Committed to philanthropy, Ana believes that when you give, you will always receive. She was the 2011 Woman of the Year. Matthew, named the 2012 Man of the Year, has been involved with LLS for the past three years, originally as part of Panthers record-breaking 2010 and 2011 Light the Night Campaigns. The only people that work harder, perhaps, are those who are selected to campaign for ten weeks for the Man and Woman of the Year. Candidates run in honor of the Boy and Girl of the Year, who are local blood cancer patient survivors and sources of inspiration to others. They are judged solely on the money they raise â&#x20AC;&#x201C; every dollar raised counts as one vote! The 17 candidates agree to utilize their leadership abilities and resources to conduct their own fundraising campaigns. The male candidates are Ron Brandenburg, "ROWARD (EALTH -EDICAL #ENTER *ONATHAN "ROWNlELD /NTHE"ALL-ARKETING*OHN$E3HIELDS

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Riverstone Realty; Peter Kahn, Hardwired Marketing Group; Michael McNamara, Fab2Go; Andrew Paton, Dade Paper; Alex Pinelo, Norwegian Cruise Line; Robert Saunooke, Saunooke Law Firm; *EREMY3INGER 'REENBERG4RAURIG-ICHAEL7ILD Wealth Family Protection Attorneys at Law; and Steve Ziff, Florida Panthers. The female candidates are Ellen Bettridge, Silversea Cruises; Dr. Gena Bofshever, Dr. Gena Chiropractic; Anna Carello, Pine Crest School; 6ANESSA 'OODIS 0ROMO -OXIE -ARKETING #ARLIE *ABBOUR 0RUDENTIAL &LORIDA 2EALTY AND $R ,ISA Learn, Plastic Reconstructive Surgeon. The â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Grand Finaleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; where the winners are ANNOUNCEDWILLTAKEPLACE3ATURDAY *UNEAT p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Pier 66. Guests will enjoy cocktails, a silent auction, dinner, and dancing. Another highlight of the evening will be meeting the two young people that are shining examples of why everyone pitches in. The 2013 Fort Lauderdale Boy of the Year is leukemia survivor Nour. Remaining strong and vibrant throughout his treatment, he is now 10 and is in remission. The 2013 Fort Lauderdale Girl of the Year is lymphoma survivor Amanda. After two years of aggressive treatment, Amanda is six years cancer free. The Title Sponsor is Doctors Choice Pharmacy. Tables are $2,000 and sponsorships are available. Call Bich-ly Ludwig at (954) 7445313 or bich-ly.ludwig@lls.org.


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Lakefront .87 acre estate with beautiful appointments. Remodeled with over 5870 a/c sq ft plus 3 car garage. 6 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, 3 car garage, game room & study. Impact glass, crown moldings, Ä&#x2122;Â&#x203A;Â&#x17D;Â&#x2122;Â&#x2022;Â&#x160;Â&#x152;Â&#x17D;Ç°Čą Â?Â&#x2DC;Â&#x17E;Â&#x203A;Â&#x2013;Â&#x17D;Â?Čą  Â&#x2DC;Â&#x2DC;Â?Čą Â&#x201D;Â&#x2019;Â?Â&#x152;Â&#x2018;Â&#x17D;Â&#x2014;Ç°Čą Â?Â&#x203A;Â&#x160;Â&#x2014;Â&#x2019;Â?Â&#x17D;Čą Ç­Čą Ĺ&#x203A;Ĺ&#x2013;ÂĄĹ&#x2DC;Ĺ&#x2013;Čą Čą Â&#x2122;Â&#x2DC;Â&#x2DC;Â&#x2022;Čą  Â&#x2019;Â?Â&#x2018;Čą heated spa.

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Super beautiful. Priced to sell. Fully upgraded family home, newer roof, a/c, saltwater pool, sprawling home, good sized interior lot. Enclosed patio for entertaining, georeous chefâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s kitchen, stainless appliances, granite countertops, both baths remodeled & Â&#x160;Â&#x152;Â&#x152;Â&#x2DC;Â&#x203A;Â?Â&#x2019;Â&#x160;Â&#x2014;ČąÂ&#x153;Â&#x2018;Â&#x17E;Ä´Â&#x17D;Â&#x203A;Â&#x153;ÇŻČąÂ&#x2DC;Â?Â&#x17D;Â&#x2022;ČąÂ&#x2122;Â&#x17D;Â&#x203A;Â?Â&#x17D;Â&#x152;Â?ǡ

Spacious 3 bed 2.5 bath, Bimini model home located in Bay Cove, Heron Bay. Beautiful open kitchen with granite counter tops and 42"cabinets. It has an amazing lake view and screened in patio.

Now this is a property that shows itself! The owners never intended on moving and renovated masterfully! 3 Bed, 2.5 Baths all done with Granite, Marble and Onyx. 1 Car garage with Parking for 2 more in driveway. Great Location with a side Veranda and rear patio shaded and facing the waters of intersecting canals. Count to 10 and it will be gone!

Contact Mark Milone at 954-478-2645

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The Business of Taking Care

*OHN #ATANZARO HAS WORKED IN PHYSICAL therapy since 1996. Over time, he’s become more concerned about the dwindling quality of healthcare he sees. “One of my patients died. Their caregiver let them fall three times, and the third time they broke their hip and died,” says Catanzaro, 51. “I heard that and came home to my wife and said, ‘This is never going to happen again on my shift.’” His “shift” started last September when he ANDHISWIFE*UDYFOUNDEDST&AMILY(OME Care. It’s a nurse registry based in Coral Springs, which is also where the couple lives. “My model is that we treat every client as if they’re literally part of our family,” Catanzaro says. “All our caregivers are good enough that I would refer them for my own family.” As of February, the company had signed up more than 80 caregivers, each with their own liability insurance and up-to-date CPR certification and credentials. They take longterm insurance and out-of-pocket payment and can refer somebody inside 24 hours. Catanzaro and his wife also personally screen every caregiver with an extensive interview

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and an FBI background check. “I want to know how long they’ve been in the industry, if they have 15, 20, 30 years of experience, and I want to know their thoughts and beliefs on care for their clients, and make sure they don’t have any negativity toward their patients,” Catanzaro says. He also interviews clients: How many hours a week do you need us? How often and what type of medications do you take? What kind of food do you like? Caregivers can provide a wide variety of services, including helping with bathing, dressing, and grooming; cooking and light housekeeping; taking them shopping, to doctor’s appointments, and social events; assisting with medicine and getting in and out of bed or anywhere else people are likely to slip and fall. The company can also make referrals for other services, including social workers, speech therapists, and physicians. Meanwhile, Catanzaro works to keep family members and professionals up to date, and he encourages caregivers and clients to maintain as much independence and comfort as possible. “I encourage them to not just be a caretaker, but encourage their patient to get dressed and get in and out of bed in the appropriate way, and cooking their own meals might be a challenge but doing what they can,” says Catanzaro. “I have them doing walking and light exercise, because I don’t want clients to be sitting around doing nothing.”

Serving up yourself Here are the problems John Catanzaro says to think about when making a care decision... Mobility: “The first thing I look for, safety is paramount. If they’re having difficulties at home, like falling, getting in and out of bed or the bathroom.” Errands: “They need to go to appointments, shopping and whatnot, and they don’t drive.” Eating: “What if they forgot to turn off the oven, and the next thing you know there’s a big fire? A lot of geriatrics don’t eat or drink enough. Nutrition is a must.” Loneliness: “Even playing cards, some kind of social interaction important. Other than the children, they often don’t talk to anybody.” Quality of life: “Taking them to restaurants, and going out to the movies or the beach – quality of life is something we all care about.”


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This means creating uniquely designed events ranging from intimate weddings (see box) to lavish galas. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s really nothing out of the ordinary thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s thrown us off in 12 years,â&#x20AC;? Linder says proudly. The reason might be Silver Liningâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s size: 150 team members and two 20,000 square foot kitchens located in Pompano Beach and Palm Beach and a venue that can hold a jetliner â&#x20AC;&#x201C; because itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s indeed an airplane hangar. That may be why Silver Lining has hosted Fortune 500 CEOs, Saudi ROYALTY CELEBRITIES ANDMUSICIANS"UT#ATERINGAND%VENTS$IRECTOR*OHN â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hollywoodâ&#x20AC;? Abresch has another explanation. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The fact that we service the private jet industry makes us able to handle anything. The industry is so speciďŹ c to demanding needs that if you can handle the clientele, you can handle anything and everything.â&#x20AC;?


Everything under one roof “When I sit down and talk to someone about what we do, they think we do the CATERING FROM *ET 2UNWAY Café,”Amsterdam says. “They don’t understand we have a completely separate catering company that provides food, lighting, décor, floral, and entertainment.” Another unique aspect of Silver Lining Catering is THEIR VENUES INCLUDING *ET Runway Café, the tarmac on the runway, and the airplane hangar, which serves as a blank canvas for even the most creative of minds. They can handle events for hundreds of people and even thousands. For example, a recent MS Gala seated 1,200 and featured a runway fashion show, luncheon, and silent auction, all produced in house by the Silver Lining Team. Karen Dresbach, President of the MS Society OF3OUTH&LORIDAADDS h-ITCH *OHN ANDTHEENTIRE team at Silver Lining went above and beyond with every detail to insure the event was a huge success. We could not have been more pleased.” “We are very into helping out the community,”

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Jet Runway Cafe: really taking off The words “airport food” don’t often cause mouths to water. And who goes to an airport to eat when they don’t have somewhere to fly? But Jet Runway Café is a destination unto itself. The breakfast and lunch restaurant at the Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport has been called “one of the best lunch spots” in Fort Lauderdale by the Sun Sentinel and a “hidden gem” by New Times. Jet Runway Café has earned stellar reviews from sites like Yelp and Urban Spoon. “It’s one of those few South Florida restaurants where it’s hip to be seen,” co-owner Mitch Amsterdam says. “It’s right on the tarmac, the only one that’s directly on the runway. Private jets and helicopters pull right up, where both passengers and pilots come in to eat.” And some of those meals are as unique as the location, such as the turkey pretzel roll and the picnic basket sandwich consisting of BBQ pulled pork, pepper jack cheese, mac-n-cheese, and crispy onion strings on country white bread. While the restaurant isn’t open for dinner, it is available for private functions, much like its next door airplane hangar.

Weddings: plane, not plain When Mike Kontos got married in February, the easiest decision for him and his bride was “Who’s the caterer?” Silver Lining was Kontos’s only choice for the wedding. A pilot for a private jet company, Kontos has been eating Silver Lining InFlight Catering for years. It services the company he flies for, just as it has for pretty much every private flight departing from South Florida. Co-owner Mike Linder and Catering and Events Director John Abresh took the basic idea that Kontos had – to get married under the nose of a plane and hold the wedding reception in a hangar. They took it to epic proportions… The ceremony was held under the nose of a DC-3, the cocktail party was on the tarmac and the reception moved inside the airplane hangar. A four-course meal was served family style on a long table running down the center of the hangar. Kontos says, “I would definitely recommend them to anybody down here. Everything we wanted, they made happen.” It was the wedding he and his wife always dreamed of.


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Contributing factors for developing nail fungus infection include: s A history of athleteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s foot s Injury to the nail bed s Sports/ shoe trauma s Excessive perspiration s Diabetes s Circulatory problems s Immune-deďŹ ciency conditions Treatments for Fungal Nails Historically, treatments for fungal nails included topical medications, oral agents (pills) or surgical removal of the nail plate. The topical medications were largely ineffective. Oral agents have been known to have possible side affects involving the liver, stomach upset, rashes and temporary loss of taste. Blood tests are needed to monitor the liver enzymes. Removal of the nail plate was painful and debilitating. HOW DOES THE LASER WORK? This patented laser is specially designed to penetrate through your toenail and destroy the specific pathogens embedded in and under your nail causing the infection. IS THIS LASER PAINFUL? The gentle laser light beam has no effect on healthy tissue. There is no discomfort associated

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an individual. For a local restaurant, that can mean getting the word out through Facebook posts. When it works, that restaurant can have people lined up around the building on the ďŹ rst day of business and win a local TV stationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;best restaurantâ&#x20AC;? poll. (True story.) What does that mean for your business? Should you dump your advertising and put all your money behind public relations? Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d like that if it you were hiring me. Seriously, you should look more at your message than where youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re spending your money. Lifestyle Magazine is a great way to raise awareness and engage audiences, especially if youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re looking for sophisticated readers. But what are you telling them? If itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;Buy! Buy! Buy!â&#x20AC;? readers are likely to ďŹ&#x201A;ip the page. If you share information or tell a story, you can capture their attention. And if readers like what they

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dishes for patrons in the cafĂŠ. That identical energy RADIATESTHROUGHOUTTHESTAFF*USTIN$EVER OURSERVER has been with CafĂŠ Maxx for more than 13 years. He enthusiastically shares how the chef changes the menu daily, but some items are favorites and remain always. (ESNOTATYPICALSERVER*USTINHASTAKENASTEPBEYOND to learn speciďŹ cs on wine, food, and how to educate the diner on what is best to order with a speciďŹ c entrĂŠe. Chef Oliver makes it extraordinarily difďŹ cult to


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Glazed Duck Breasts rest on a double potato and mascarpone au gratin with beans and carrots. The sauce is a mixture between a touch of sweet with the right amount of spice to sneak up on you. The Three Peppercorn Filet Mignon is tender and extraordinary. The steak is prepared spot on and is delicately placed next to the three cheese au gratin potatoes, shallot-thyme compound butter, and natural jus. This is one menu item that is always offered and ordered. A ďŹ sh dish not to miss is the Lemon Herb Salmon. Perfectly seasoned, ďŹ&#x201A;aky and delicious, the salmon is placed on top of ruby and gold beets, sweet potatoes, spinach, and just the right amount of citrus butter. By this time, you are satiated but you cannot miss dessert. Room must be made for pastry chef Bernie Delacruzâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s specials and house favorites. I believe in eating desserts always. Life is short and sweets are worth indulging. I also believe that CafĂŠ Maxxâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Butterscotch Bread Pudding may be one of the best I have ever had in the world. Served with pretzel crumble, caramel drizzle, and vanilla ice cream, you will not be disappointed. The Warm Apple Tart with apple jack caramel, almond frangipane, and cinnamonscented ice cream also rivals the pudding. Also worth mentioning is THE6ANILLA"EAN#RĂ&#x2019;ME"RULEE9OU will love the almond lace cup with pineapple rum caramel sauce and cookies decorating the plate. CafĂŠ Maxx celebrated its 29th year anniversary last month. Enjoy a simply wonderful dinner or celebrate something special with Darrel and Chef Oliver.

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