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CONTENTS PUBLISHER’S PAGE 12 From Samhain to All Hallows

PUBLISHERS Christy & Terry Jaillet publisher@ourcitymedia.com

Eve to Halloween

CALENDAR PAGE 14 October 2019

FEATURE STORY PAIN MANAGEMENT

17 Hollywood Diagnostics Center Celebrates Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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24 Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)

25 Choosing a Plastic Surgeon

MESSAGE FROM THE MAYOR

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20 For the Love of Literature – The Little Library That Could

CHAMBER NEWS 20 City of Hollywood Industry Leaders Come Together at ULI Forum

CAN DO KID 22 Banking on a Great Opportunity

SCHOOL NEWS 23 Mazel Tov Scheck Hillel Community School

26 After the Storm

HOME & DESIGN 27 The Art of Wall Art

MESSAGE FROM THE POLICE CHIEF

31 Your Pet Could Be Our Pet of the Month! 32 the world’s favorite magazine™

SEEN ON SCENE Community Snap Shots

ART DIRECTOR Jacqueline Allard GRAPHIC DESIGNER Tom Rowe

ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES John Brodie, Denise Caligiuri, Adrienne Collins, Mariem Garcia, Kenny Rodgers, Silvia Silva, Jerry Spielman CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Beverly Perkins Mayor Josh Levy Nevine Groulx Charles A. Messa, III Edward J. Frankoski, D.O. Chief of Police William “Bill” Hernandez CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Emily Harris Photography, Kim Ruoff, Krushot Photography, PhotographyByLuigi.com, Weston Photography Studios GOT NEWS? editorhollywood@ourcitymedia.com

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National Coffee with a Cop Day – Coffee with a Cop brings police officers and the community members they serve together–over coffee–to discuss issues and learn more about each other. 9:30 am- 11:30 am at Cali Coffee, 2650 N. 29th Avenue, Hollywood. For more information, please call 954-967-4371.

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19th Downtown Hollywood Artwalk/Mural Tour – Visit galleries and shops in Downtown Hollywood while enjoying art, cultural entertainment, live music, a mural tour and more during ArtWalk on the 3rd Saturday of every month from 5:00pm-10:00pm and mural tour at 6:00pm. Cost is FREE. For more information, please call 954-924-2980.

20th 4th Funtastic Friday –Enjoy family fun every Friday night with a DJ, face painter, games, bounce houses and more. Local 10 (WPLG) viewers recently ranked Funtastic Friday # 8 on their “Top 10 Places to Take the Kids” in South Florida list. – ArtsPark at Young Circle, Hollywood – FREE admission – For more information call 954-921-3500. (Also, on October 11th, 18th, and 25th) Artspark Movie Night – Gather the family, a blanket, lawn chairs and some popcorn for a night under the stars watching a FREE family-friendly flick at ArtsPark at Young Circle in Hollywood at 8:00pm. Tonight’s feature presentation is Aladdin (PG), 10/11 Secret Life of Pets (PG), 10/18 Pokemon Detective Pikachu (PG), and 10/25 Coco (PG).

6th Share the Road Bike Event –The City of Aventura and the Aventura Police Department will be hosting a bike safety and ride event to promote safe cycling practices at 9:00 AM at Founders Park located at 3105 NE 190 Street. The bike ride starts at 10 AM where members of the Aventura Police Department will escort the community along a safe bike ride within Aventura. Participants are encouraged to bring their own bikes for the ride. Riders should be able to demonstrate the ability to ride a bike safely on the road. For more information, visit cityofaventura.com or contact the Aventura Community Recreation Center at 305-466-3883. Dream Car Classic –The Downtown Hollywood Dream Car Classic features dozens of classic cars, trucks and other vehicles of interest. Attendance 14 OCTOBER 2019 | OURCITYMEDIA.COM

Hollywood Historical Society 2019 Lecture Series – “History of the Hollywood Jewish Community” with guest speakers Dr. Sam and Audrey Meline. Free and open to the public from 1:00 pm -3:00 pm at the Stirling Road Branch Library – 3151 Stirling Road, Hollywood. Authors will sign books and refreshments will be served. For more information, email hollywoodflhistory@att.net or call 954-923-5590.

7th Burger Beast Food Trucks – Bring your appetite, your family and your friends to ArtsPark at Young Circle, Hollywood every Monday 5:30-9:30pm. Over 20 trucks participate. For a weekly updated truck line-up visit www. foodtrucksatartspark.com (Also on October 14th, 21st, and 28th)

Free Arts! Family Days –The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood will offer interactive arts activities, expanding upon the current Free Admission Day program offered for contemporary visual arts exhibitions. For more information, please call 954-921-3274 or visit artandculturecenter.org. Gallery hours are noon - 4 pm on Free Arts! days. The Center is located at 1650 Harrison Street.

24th-27th St. David Carnival – St. David Catholic Church welcomes everyone to the annual fall carnival. Patrons are invited to advertise and attend the 4-day event at 3900 S. University Drive in Davie. Rides, live entertainment, shopping, freshly prepared food, and more. Discount tickets are now on sale. For times and more information, please call 954-475-8046 or visit www. saintdavid.org.

12th Cardboard Boat Race –Create a team name and theme for your vessel and come join the fun and excitement at the family-friendly event. See the innovative designs and witness the sheer will to win all the racers share. Be amazed and amused as they speed across the water in their quest for the ultimate prize -- the coveted plastic trophy. 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm at the City of Hollywood Marina, 700 Polk Street, Hollywood. For more information, please call 954-921-3404.

enjoy the evening. Complimentary shuttle service will run to and from the Harbour Centre and Founders Park from 4:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. For more information, visit cityofaventura.com or contact the Community Services Department at 305-466-3883. Hollyweird Halloween Downtown Celebration – Celebrate October’s signature holiday with costume contests, candy, and specials all night long. The FREE event will have an interactive children’s trick or treat area from 6pm - 9pm with family fun activities & live music. Later in the evening, adults are welcome to attend outdoor bars, hear live bands, and participate in costume contests with prizes valued at $10,000 from 9pm - 2am on Hollywood Blvd between 19th & 20th Ave. For more information, please visit www. visithollywoodfl.org/events or call 954-924-2980.

26th Halloween Movie Night – The City of Aventura invites all ghosts, goblins, witches, fairies, and emojis to celebrate October’s favorite holiday with a special movie night at Founders Park, 3105 NE 190th Street, Aventura, from 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm. Come ready for plenty of treats: interactive games, inflatables, activity stations, arts and crafts, a trick or treat trail, food trucks, costumes, and concludes with a movie (7:00 pm) with festival type seating, so bring your lawn chairs and blankets to relax and

27th 4th Annual King Tide Event – Sponsored by the Sea Level Rise Solutions Project of South FL., attendees will witness the King Tides and have the opportunity to document the event with their own cameras or measuring tools. It is recommended to wear appropriate clothing and footwear.  Rain or shine 8:00 am-10:00 am on the corner of S. Southlake Drive and Madison Street. Cost is free / T-shirts $15. For more information, call Scott Lewis at 954-801-7170.

31st City of Hallandale Beach Halloween Festival – All ages are welcome to this fun-filled night of celebration. Games, music, bounce houses, entertainment, and candy will be FREE to Hallandale Beach residents. Refreshments will also be sold. 6:00pm-9:00pm -Costume Contest starts at 7:00pm. OB Johnson Park-1000 NW 8th Avenue, Hallandale Beach. For more information visit CoHB. org/parks or call 954-457-1452.


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For the Love of Literature – The Little Library That Could BY BEVERLY PERKINS

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nce Upon A Time (in 2009) an individual named Todd Bol wanted to honor his mother, a beloved schoolteacher, who loved reading. So, the Wisconsin resident built a small model of a schoolhouse, filled it with books and put it on a post in his front yard with a sign that said, “Free Books”. This concept was the inspiration for “Little Free Libraries”, a nonprofit organization which inspires a love of reading, builds community, and sparks creativity by fostering neighborhood book exchanges around the world. Through the program, millions of books have been exchanged each year increasing access to books for readers of all ages and backgrounds. “Little Free Libraries” is not a regular library in a large structure with librarians, thousands of books and hours of operation. One doesn’t need a library card either. These “little” libraries are just that - little. They are colorful pieces of art that look similar to a birdhouse or a mailbox which are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year. They have become a gathering place where neighbors and community members can share their favorite literature and stories in a fun and unusual way.

Fast forward a decade, and this little library lending program has more than 90,000 registered “Little Free Libraries” in 91 countries with more on the way including the City of Hollywood. The notion, “Take A Book, Leave A Book” couldn’t be simpler. It’s a borrowing system that the community gets to enjoy. Anyone can stop by and pick up a book (or two) and bring back another to share. “The concept of little lending libraries is not a new one for communities. In Hollywood it began as an inexpensive, resident-driven initiative that was

easy for the City to accomplish,” said Hollywood Mayor Josh Levy. “New libraries will be decorated by the children in our community and stocked with great reading materials donated by our residents. It’s a true community project that many will be able to enjoy for years to come.”  The first library can be found just outside the Art and Culture Center at 1650 Harrison Street. Another can be found inside the Kay Gaither Community Center at 6291 Funston Street. Eight lending libraries are planned for deployment throughout the city. They will be decorated by aftercare students then installed in multiple locations. The next location planned is at Kiwanis Park, 3400 Johnson Street in Hollywood. Additional locations will be announced in the near future. “We are installing a network of free little libraries city-wide in an effort to provide easy access to books for both children and adults,” explained Joann Hussey, City of Hollywood spokesperson. “By providing free access to books the City is not only encouraging residents to enjoy a good read, but also promoting the importance of literacy in our community.”

CHAMBER NEWS

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ome of the biggest names in real estate development will take center stage on Thursday, October 3rd from 8:00 am-11:30 am at the Marriott Hollywood Beach as they discuss the most significant projects in development in the city. The 2019 Hollywood Development and Investment Forum is presented by Urban Land Institute (ULI) and the Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. Sponsors for this year’s forum include Holland & Knight, The City of Hollywood, Centennial Bank, Colliers International and Hollywood Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA). Attendees will gain rare access and insight from leading developers, planners, and investors on the front lines of the most exciting projects in the city. Topics include real estate trends, development strategies, redevelopment, and projections for what’s ahead in Hollywood. Currently, the City of Hollywood has more millions worth of development projects in the pipeline, either currently under construction, approved for construction, or in the planning review process. This year’s agenda includes four sessions featuring key industry leaders followed by an optional tour of major projects in the area, organized by The City of Hollywood. The full agenda is as follows: 8:00 am Registration/Breakfast/Networking 8:40 am See Life, See Opportunities – Welcome from the Mayor Mayor Josh Levy, City of Hollywood 20 OCTOBER 2019 | OURCITYMEDIA.COM

8:50 am Market Trends Larry W. Genet, Senior Vice President, CBRE Ken Krasnow, Vice Chairman of Institutional Investor Services, Colliers International Raelin Storey, Director, Communications, Marketing and Economic Development, City of Hollywood 9:30 am Why Hollywood Eyal Lalo, Owner & CEO, Invicta Watch Co Moderator: Marty Shuham, President, Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce 9:45 am The Changing Face of Hollywood Michael Feinstein, Founder & CEO, Büro Group Louis Birdman, Principal, Birdman Real Estate Development Dr. Wazir Ishmael, City Manager, City of Hollywood Moderator: Jorge Camejo, Executive Director, Hollywood CRA 10:35 am Break 10:45 am Developers Perspectives Chip Abele Chairman and CEO, Gold Coast Florida Regional Center

Tim Wheat, Regional Vice President, Pinnacle Housing Peter Flint, Sr. Director of Business Development/Southeast, Kimco Development Seth Bour, President, Firm Realty Moderator: Debbie Orshefsky, Partner Holland & Knight 11:30 am Adjourn Optional Limited Tour for 25 & Boxed Lunch To register for the event, visit www.seflorida.uli.org. For more information, contact Julie Medley, Executive Director at 954-916-7329 or Julie.Medley@uli.org. For more details please visit www.hollywoodchamber.org or call 954-923-4000. The Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce is located at 330 N. Federal Highway, Hollywood, 33020.


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his past summer five local students were selected to join Bank of America’s Financial Center Intern Program. The summer youth employment program is part of a broader work to connect youth to early employment which includes an investment of more than $4 million in grant funding this summer to provide nearly 3,000 jobs for teens. One of these students was Felisha Corilus who began her 8-week summer internship at the Bank of America financial center in Hollywood. The McArthur High School senior learned about the internship through Coach Rashad Troutman at the Rick and Rita Case Boys and Girls Club where she has been a member for five years. “At my internship with Bank of America, I learned valuable skills in customer service by working with and engaging customers daily, how to help customers deposit money on

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their mobile devices and general time management,” exclaimed the eager teen. “Overall, it was beneficial and a great opportunity to learn about banking and customer relations.” The unique program is a partnership with the Boys & Girls Club of Broward County. Its’ main goal is to provide youth between the ages of 16 and 18 with valuable lessons such as how to obtain a job, how to dress for an interview, and how to conduct themselves in a professional manner. Employee volunteers also helped students to learn about the basics of budgeting, savings and managing a paycheck that will help them improve financial management skills. Participating interns made $15 an hour and received the opportunity to apply for a full-time job with the bank. “Beyond providing young people with an opportunity to

gain workforce experience, we’re helping our youth gain a better understanding of their personal finances,” said Lori Chevy, Bank of America Broward market president. “As part of the program, this year five Bank of America Financial Centers summer interns throughout Broward County learned the importance of financial

education and developed valuable skills to help prepare them for success.” “The best part of the internship was assisting the customers waiting in line,” added Corilus. “I was able to assist and save them time by helping them with banking on their mobile device.”


SCHOOL NEWS

Mazel Tov Scheck Hillel Community School BY BEVERLY PERKINS

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check Hillel Community School was recently recognized as the #1 Jewish day school in Florida, in the 2020 Best School ranking by Niche, the largest website for researching K-12 schools. The ranking was earned by a combination of a variety of factors including SAT/ACT scores, studentteacher ratio, reviews from both students and parents, as well as the quality of colleges their students consider. Shortly thereafter, another notable accomplishment was made; Fifty-two 2019 AP Scholar Awards were granted to students in recognition of their exceptional achievement on AP exams. Each student receives a personalized, rigorous college preparatory experience. So, it’s no wonder that Scheck Hillel students go on to Ivy League universities, top public and private schools, yeshivot and gap year programs at many prestigious schools all over the United States including the renowned Yeshiva University. In addition, 71% of the 2019 graduates qualified to receive 4-year scholarships to Florida universities. “We are so proud of this recognition,” said Vanessa

Donaher, Head of Scheck Hillel Community School. “I want to thank and congratulate our students, faculty, staff, families, and alumni. For nearly 50 years,

they have been the source of Scheck Hillel’s success. Guided by shared core values and a commitment to academic excellence that is higher than ever before, Scheck Hillel will continue to serve as a school of excellence for generations to come. Such outstanding academic achievement comes from dedication and commitment shared by all!” The significant amount of award-winning AP

Scholar Awards was a combination of two students qualifying for the National AP Scholar Award (earning an average score of at least 4 on all AP exams), eighteen students qualifying for the AP Scholar with Distinction Award (earning an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams), eight students qualifying for the AP Scholar with Honor Award (earning an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP exams taken and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams), and the final twenty-four qualifying for AP Scholar Awards by completing three or more AP exams with scores of 3 or higher. “This award really inspires me to work even harder throughout high school, actually, in everything I do,” said Alejandro Wakszol (Class of ‘21). “I am very excited to have earned this recognition. I put a lot of effort into it, and it’s very rewarding to see the results,” added Gabrielle Kurzer (Class of ‘20).

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PAIN MANAGEMENT

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) BY EDWARD J. FRANKOSKI, D.O. n uncommon form of chronic pain is known as complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) which typically develops after an injury, surgery, stroke, or heart attack. However, the pain associated does not correlate with the severity of the initial injury. This type of pain usually affects an arm or a leg. In cases of injuryrelated CRPS, the syndrome may be caused by the immune system triggering a response which leads to swelling, redness, and warmth. Some believe that CRPS represents a disruption of the healing process. Although the cause of the pain is not understood and there is no cure, early treatment is recommended and found to be most effective. Many patients who undergo treatment see improvement and even go into remission. Complex regional pain syndrome is also called reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome. The chronic pain condition occurs because high levels of nerve impulses are sent to an affected site. Some experts believe that CRPS is a result of a dysfunction of the central or peripheral nervous systems. It’s been most common in people ages 20-35 and affects women more often than men. Complex regional pain syndrome signs and symptoms may change over time and vary upon the individual. The most common occurrence is pain, swelling, redness, and hypersensitivity in temperature changes such as too cold to touch. An affected limb could become cold and pale over time, and the skin, hair, and nail may change as well along with muscle spasms and tightening. Unfortunately, if these changes occur, the condition is often permanent.

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Occasionally, complex regional pain syndrome may spread from its source to elsewhere in the body, such as the opposite limb. Emotional stress has been known to also worsen the pain. If a person experiences severe and constant pain that affects a limb and makes touching or moving that limb seem intolerable, see a physician immediately to determine the cause and to start treating complex regional pain syndrome early. Edward J. Frankoski, D.O. has received extensive training in Pain Management, and always stays current with all new and up to date through many educational meetings throughout the year. He has been practicing Pain Management in the Aventura area for over fifteen years and he has been involved in drug research as well as procedure research studies. Interventional Pain Physicians of South Florida is located at 21097 NE 27th Court, Suite 340, Aventura, 33180. To schedule an appointment, please call (305)932-1660.


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BY CHARLES A. MESSA, III, MD, FACS reast augmentation is the most common cosmetic surgery performed according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons with over 300,000 procedures performed in 2018. The safety and documented positive impact of breast enhancement on an individual’s self esteem has been well documented. However, there has been increasing awareness of a potential long-term complication of breast augmentation with textured breast implants – Breast Implant Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (BIA-ALCL). There are several important facts that all patients should know regarding this disease process. Breast implant associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma is a rare and treatable type of T-cell lymphoma that can develop around breast implants. It is not a cancer of the breast tissue itself. The latency of development between implant insertion and diagnosis of BIA-ALCL has been from two to twenty-eight years with a median of eight years. No cases have been definitively identified associated with patients who have had smooth implants. The disease is associated with the increased surface area of textured implants in both saline and silicone implants. The majority of patients present with fluid around the implant as a delayed seroma. The diagnosis is confirmed by aspirating the fluid around the implant under ultrasound guidance and checking the cytology of the fluid. The majority of patients are cured of their disease by bilateral total capsulectomy (removal of the capsule around the implant) and implant removal. Rare patients will present with a mass and have increased risk of requiring radiotherapy and chemotherapy. What causes ALCL? The present theory is that implant texturing, bacteriologic contamination and genetic factors have been implicated and are undergoing further study. Women should not have their implants removed if they are asymptomatic. If a woman experiences a change in her breasts, especially a swelling or lump, she should undergo examination and appropriated imaging including an ultrasound and fine needle aspiration of any fluid around the implant. The current lifetime risk of BIA-ALCL is estimated to be 1:3817 to 1:30,000 women with textured implants. Since the initial case reported in 1996, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons recognizes 255 cases in the U.S. and a total of 615 women worldwide as of November 2018. If you have further questions or concerns, please call Dr. Messa’s office to schedule a consultation at 954-659-7760.

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MESSAGE FROM THE MAYOR

After the Storm BY MAYOR JOSH LEVY urricane Dorian was one of the strongest tropical cyclones in history, with sustained winds of 185MPH and gusts upwards of 200MPH together with catastrophic storm surge.  In South Florida, when new buildings are built, they are required to meet stringent building codes that are aimed at ensuring the buildings are designed to withstand the wind loads of Category 5 hurricanes.  The likelihood of such a storm hitting us is an annual crapshoot and luckily not a frequent occurrence, but the risk is real, so we are always wise to build and prepare accordingly.   One thing that I’ve observed about major hurricanes is that when such storms make landfall onto populated areas, they forever change not only the landscape of the built environment of those areas, but they also permanently displace thousands of people who have the unfortunate experience of having their homes destroyed by the storm.  It takes years for impacted areas to rebuild from a devastating storm, so residents are typically forced to find a new place to live.  Twenty-seven years ago, when Hurricane Andrew made landfall in Miami-Dade County, over 15,000 people migrated to Broward County alone.  Most of those displaced families settled in southwestern Broward and brought a significant and historic acceleration of population growth to the cities of Miramar and Pembroke Pines.  The same occurred with Hurricane Katrina’s devastating displacement of people living in the New Orleans vicinity, where thousands of people ended up permanently migrating to other parts of Louisiana, Texas, and other states.  Unfortunately, we will see the same thing happen to the thousands of displaced victims of Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas.  However, where everyone will resettle is yet to be answered.  The human tragedy in the Bahamas will require so much support.  I know that all of us understand that because South Florida has already come together to help donate hundreds of tons of relief items to those affected in the Bahamas.  In Hollywood, our initial relief donation effort was led by the firefighters and paramedics of Hollywood Fire Rescue and Beach Safety, who facilitated the collection of an unprecedented amount of community donations. We filled over six shipping containers filled with thousands of items that are needed by the hurricane victims and delivered them to Port Everglades for shipment to Grand Bahama in coordination with the Bahamian Consulate.  As Mayor, I am grateful to everyone who donated and volunteered. Last, and it goes without saying, that for the remainder of this hurricane season and for every season to come, Hurricane Dorian reminds all of us to take hurricane preparedness most seriously.  That counts for how our city government prepares the city for a major storm as well, and how all of us take the necessary precautions to be safe during a storm. 

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The Art of Wall Art BY NEVINE GROULX, ETHNICA DESIGNS

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oo often in interior design we see wall art treated as an afterthought. It’s what gets dealt with last, long after the final coat of paint has dried on the walls and all of the furniture has been artfully arranged. But, I’m here to argue that by relegating wall art to the sidelines you’re missing out on an amazing design opportunity. When chosen thoughtfully, the right wall art or piece can provide for the entire room. Wall art doesn’t have to be the last piece of the puzzle when you’re decorating a new space. In fact, it shouldn’t be. It is most important when it comes to interior design because when it’s used properly wall hangings can provide an excellent framework around which one should be able to plan the rest of the room accordingly. Choosing a color palette can be one of the most daunting facets of designing your interiors. The number of varying shades of paint that are available at local home improvement stores can seem absolutely endless. It can be difficult to narrow down the possibilities into the colors that best fit your vision for the space. My advice is to leave the paint chips behind and focus on searching for wall art instead. Once you find a painting or a unique wall hanging that you absolutely love, you can use that piece as the inspiration for your room’s eventual color palette. Your first step is to pick out two or three shades from the wall art that you like to incorporate into your decor and then choose the dominant color as well as few additional shades that you’d like to pull out as accents. After that selection is complete, you may then look for those colors in the items you use to decorate the rest of the space. One of the most basic principles of interior design is that every room needs a focal point or a single design element that will instantly draw the eye into the space and give the viewer a sense of what to expect. Remember that not all wall art is created equally. Sometimes you need to think outside the frame. Try to find a variety of different forms and shapes. In addition to paintings and prints, one should consider pieces such as sculptures, 3D wall art, and 3D wall panels that can add glamour and depth to the room. Choosing the right piece is elemental in provoking conversation and setting the feel or vibe of the space. Wall art is that finishing touch that can help pull a space together and make it feel complete, it’s the icing on the cake in any home. It’s that little extra touch that can take your space from simply looking functional to appearing as if it should grace the pages of an interior design magazine. Nevine Groulx for Ethnica Designs has been designing interiors for 15 years. She received her interior design certification from Smart Majority School of Design in England and has been a prominent and well-known designer in Canada for the past 15 years. She now resides permanently in South Florida and can be reached at 954-600-0401 or by email ethnicadesigns@hotmail.com.

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THE DONOWAY CENTER NEW HOPE FOR PANCREATIC CANCER PATIENTS Patients diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer have few treatment options. However, a new procedure called Irreversible Electroporation or IRE for short has changed that for many patients who are seeing a doubling and tripling of their life expectancies. Dr. Robert Donoway, who has one of the largest International experiences for performing this procedure on the pancreas and liver is a Hollywood based, Sloan Kettering trained Pancreatic Surgical Oncologist, and former medical director of two of the local cancer programs remains among a very small handful of Pancreatic surgeons who perform the procedure which is done in the operating room as an outpatient. During the procedure, Dr. Donoway places fine needle probes under direct ultrasound guidance into and around the pancreatic tumor while carefully avoiding critical structures. High voltage current up to 3000 volts is then delivered in 90-microsecond pulses synchronized with the patient’s heart rhythm to avoid any cardiac problems. The pulses destroy the cancer cell membranes which then causes the tumor to die and be absorbed by the body. The average procedure lasts approximately 1-2 hours and the patients may be discharged the following day. A brief recovery means the patient can start chemotherapy and radiation that much sooner.

Robert B. Donoway, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.S.S.O. Diplomate American Board of Surgery Diplomate, Society of Surgical Oncology Former Medical Director Memorial Cancer Center Medical Director, Atlas Oncology: Institute for Pancreatic Cancer IRE/NanoKnife Ablation

Dr. Donoway is participating in several clinical studies identifying the best chemotherapy and immunotherapies to be used along with IRE. Dr. Donoway states, “The results so far have been very encouraging and we have begun using it for other select cancers. The longest survivors are now out over 5 years and without evidence of cancer recurrence. In the past, without IRE they would have been likely to have only lived a year and so this technique opens the whole new avenue for treating those eligible patients in a more targeted fashion.”

For more information about Dr. Donoway and the Pancreatic-IRE/NanoKnife Program and clinical trials call 305-682-1995 and visit www.AtlasOncology.com

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ATLAS ONCOLOGY Robert B. Donoway, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.S.S.O. Surgical Oncology & Pancreatic Surgical Oncology Practice specializing in Cancer of the Pancreas, Liver, GI Tract, Sarcoma, Adrenal, Thyroid, Parathyroid, and Melanoma. Laparoscopic and Image Guided Cancer Surgery, IRE/NanoKnife for Non-Resectable Pancreatic and Liver Cancer.

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r. Donoway is a board certified Fellowship-trained Surgical Oncologist who received his MD and Surgical training at the University of Pennsylvania. He completed his fellowship in Surgical Oncology at Sloan-Kettering where he was the General Motors Cancer Research Fellow. He has taught on the faculty at Penn, Sloan-Kettering, University of Miami and Nova Southeastern. Dr. Donoway is the former Medical Director of the Memorial Cancer Institute and Chairman of the Cancer Committee for the Memorial Healthcare System as well as Chief of Surgery and Surgical Oncology at Memorial Regional in Hollywood. Dr. Donoway served on the Board of the American Cancer Society & Gildas Club. He has also served as past President of the American Cancer Society Broward County Chapter. Dr. Donoway is active in the Society of Surgical Oncology and the American Pancreatic Association. His accomplishments include being the first Surgeon in Florida to perform Radio Frequency Ablation as well as Laparoscopic Liver Resection. Dr. Donoway is a recent recipient of the South Florida Health Award for the use of Micro-Endoscopy for the detection of early stage Breast Cancer. Dr. Donoway is the Medical Director of the Institute of Breast Cancer Prevention and has been repeatedly named to “TOP DOCTORS IN AMERICA” by Castle Connolly. Dr. Donoway is the ONLY surgeon in Florida performing specialized Pancreatic and Liver ablation therapy for non-resectable tumors. Dr. Donoway is the Former Chair of the Aventura Cancer Committee at Aventura Hospital and Medical Center. Dr. Donoway has privileges and operates at Aventura Hospital, Memorial Regional, Memorial South and Memorial West. Phone: 954-986-6366, 305-682-1995 • Fax: 954-986-4355 www.AtlasOncology.com


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SMILE AND WAVE

Susan Rakes, Deputy Director, Art and Culture Center/ Hollywood, Joy Satterlee, Executive Director, Art and Culture Center/Hollywood and Lois Marino, BBX Capital, Director of Community Engagement together with some of the cast members from Madagascar JR. accept a generous donation of $3,500 from BBX Capital Foundation as part of their continued support of the community and the arts.

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Robin Drulard and Cindy Abraham enjoy an evening atop Circ Hotel at MUSE Rooftop Bar & Lounge.

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Many athletes, celebrity guests, community figures, and locals alike attended The Jeff Conine Celebrity Poker Classic. The annual event, held at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood, raised $195,000, with proceeds underwriting expenses at the Conine Clubhouse, a hotel-like facility where families can stay for free while a child is hospitalized at Hollywood’s Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital.

GOOD MORNING HOLLYWOOD The monthly breakfast meeting invited Lynn Goldman, Community Relations Coordinator of Broward Technical Colleges & High Schools for Atlantic, McFatter & Sheridan to discuss the many pathways to success for students through technical training. It also featured the annual Back to School Supply Drive at the Hollywood Beach Marriott.

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The Hollywood Historical Society (HHS) celebrated Joseph Young’s birthday with their annual Founders Day event. Party with a Purpose sponsored the 20s-themed festivities at Old Hemingways and funds were raised to renovate the HHS center all while dancing the Charleston and eating birthday cake.


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