Jupiter Magazine January 2022

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JUPITER MAGAZINE

COLLECTOR’S PARADISE NEW TRENDS IN THE ART WORLD

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WORLD’S BEST HOSPITALS 2021

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Award-winning physicians and advanced technology enable Jupiter Medical Center to provide a broad range of services with numerous specialty concentrations and centers of excellence including: The Anderson Family Cancer Institute brings together a multidisciplinary team of renowned surgical, medical and radiation oncology experts and state-of-the-art technology rivaling that of any academic medical center. The Robson Heart & Vascular Institute provides the full spectrum of adult cardiac care from minimally invasive heart procedures to our open-heart surgery program. Our dedicated team uses the latest techniques and advanced technology to deliver high success rates, low complication rates, and the best patient outcomes. The Anderson Family Orthopedic and Spine Center of Excellence is the only program in the State of Florida to hold Joint Commission Certifications for hip, knee, shoulder and spine surgery and the Blue Distinction Center + designation for total knee and hip replacement for spine surgery for delivering exceptional care and results for patients undergoing these surgeries. Women’s & Children’s Services include the Florence A. De George Obstetrics Unit offering spacious, private birthing suites and the Level II De George Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Pediatric Services include the Mastroianni Family Pediatric Emergency Department, the De George Inpatient Pediatric Unit, pediatric imaging, surgery and both inpatient and outpatient pediatric therapy.

The Neuroscience Institute includes Jupiter Medical Center’s Thrombectomy-Capable Stroke Center (TSC). The center is certified by the Joint Commission in collaboration with the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association ensuring that we have met rigorous national standards, clinical guidelines, and outcomes of care.

Also Offering: • Margaret W. Niedland Breast Center • Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation • Tansky Concierge Unit • Frenchman’s Creek Center for Excellence in Digestive Health • Imaging Services including Interventional Radiology • Pain Management • Cary Grossman Health & Wellness Center including outpatient rehabilitation • Sleep Disorders Center • Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine • Emergency and Urgent Care Services

For more information about Jupiter Medical Center visit jupitermed.com.

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Building the Future of

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The Stiles-Nicholson Brain Institute is made possible by a generous $10 million gift from David J.S. Nicholson, which expands on an initial investment from the State of Florida of $35 million, and ushers in a new era of research and collaboration that originates in South Florida but will touch all corners of the world.

The biggest scientific challenge of today is to gain a better understanding of the most complex computer ever found, the human brain. Understanding will beget solutions to neurodegenerative diseases which are rampant and plague most families. Join in supporting the exciting neuroscience ecosystem that is growing and flourishing on FAU’s Jupiter Campus.” —David J.S. Nicholson Chair, Stiles-Nicholson Foundation

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Florida Atlantic University’s StilesNicholson Brain Institute is situated in Northern Palm Beach County on the Jupiter Campus, where topperforming scientists and students thrive through groundbreaking programs and unmatached opportunities. The presence of on-site, worldrenowned partners Scripps Research and Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience creates a critical mass of high-caliber, collaborative research and technological capabilities in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), specifically the concentrations of neuroscience, biotechnology, bioengineering, bioinformatics/data science, and chemistry.

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Contents JANUARY 2022

Features

38 Center Stage

The Maltz Jupiter Theatre is set to premiere a new season—and unveil the stunning results of a $40 million renovation By Judy Martel

44 New Trends in Collecting

Local experts weigh in on the changing landscape of the art world By Valerie Staggs

48 Art Walk

High fashion and colorful works of art combine on a stroll through the streets of Hobe Sound

Photography by Ian Jacob

56 True Native Florida

Celebrating our area’s long history of Native American life By Eric Barton

48 MURAL: Sea to Shining Sea (11372 Federal Hwy., Hobe Sound)

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Contents In Every Issue 16 Editor’s Note 18 Publisher’s Note 97 Flavor

106 Hot Shots

Photos from recent events

120 Surf Report

What’s up on jupitermag.com

JASON NUTTLE

Foodie news and dining guide

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The Local 25 Around Town

A must-see Warhol exhibit at Light- house ArtCenter, artist Katie Herman’s exciting new collab, and more

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The smooth ride of a custom Egret Model 2011 skiff

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Luxe accommodations, fine cuisine, and the ultimate all-inclusive experience on Mexico’s Riviera Maya

ON THE COVER Photographer: Steven Martine Andrew Kato shot by Jupiter Magazine at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre Production Center in West Palm Beach

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©2022 Palm Beach Media Group North LLC. All rights reserved. Jupiter Magazine is published monthly except June and August by Palm Beach Media Group North LLC, P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL 33480. Known office of the publication 1000 N. Dixie Hwy., Suite C, West Palm Beach, FL 33401. Postage paid at West Palm Beach, FL and at additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Jupiter Magazine c/o Palm Beach Media Group North LLC, P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL 33480. Subscription price: $29.95 per year. Outside U.S. add $35 per year for postage and handling. Send subscription orders to: Subscription Department, Jupiter Magazine, P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL, 33480 or e-mail circulation@ palmbeachmedia.com. Vol. 22, No. 1, January 2022. Jupiter Magazine and Palm Beach Media Group North LLC retain exclusive rights to all editorial and photographic materials used, which cannot be reproduced in any manner without our written consent.

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Katherine Arreaza, APRN TGH Cancer Center of South Florida

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Anna Manasherov, APRN TGH Cancer Center of South Florida

Ofelia R. Betancourt, APRN TGH Cancer Center of South Florida

Christina Gustavson, APRN TGH Cancer Center of South Florida

Cheryl Casella-Rymer, APRN TGH Cancer Center of South Florida

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Jeffrey H. Garelick, MD TGH Gastro Group of the Palm Beaches

Robert S. Raymond, MD TGH Gastro Group of the Palm Beaches

Glenn H. Englander, MD TGH Gastro Group of the Palm Beaches

Asher Borradaile, APRN TGH Gastro Group of the Palm Beaches

Olga Fernandez, APRN TGH Gastro Group of the Palm Beaches

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Editor’s note

High time, good life ast night, I was at the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse watching the holiday boat parade. The boats arrived at the end point a bit ahead of schedule, so I only caught the tail end of the parade. But I’m still so glad I went. Standing on the pier, swept up in all the lights, the sea, and the spirit of it all was a wonderful way to reflect on 2021. There have been many changes in my life this past year—some good, others not so great. As Robert Hunter so touchingly put it, one day you can be having a high time, living the good life. The next, everything gets turned on its head. Life is a roller coaster for sure.... But being outside in that mesmerizing, light-filled environment last night made me look toward 2022 with so much anticipation of what might be to come. Because we never know what’s in store for us, often waiting just around the corner. I want to use this space this month to send out my appreciation to everyone who helps put out this magazine every month. To our incredible team of freelance writers, photographers, and stylists, contributing editors, talented art directors, the sales team and production squad... It’s been about two years since I’ve joined the magazine as editor in chief, and I feel so lucky to be here doing what I love and proud of the product we create month after month. So thank you, team! I can’t wait to see what 2022 has in store for me. And I hope, for all of you too, that the best is yet to come.

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Publisher’s note

Happy new you!

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ately, I’ve been pondering the root of happiness and how to find it. I’ve been researching more about how to be happy despite difficult circumstances, setbacks, or things beyond our control and how to cultivate genuine happiness each day. Maybe it’s indicative of the past few years or the ending of one year and the start of another. Each new year, I naturally reflect on what I’m grateful for, what I could have done differently, and what I’m excited about in the future. Whatever the reason, this quest for internal happiness doesn’t happen overnight. It has taken multiple therapies, modalities, teachers, blogs, and spiritual guidance to imprint this concept into my psyche. What I’ve learned is that genuine happiness comes from within. It starts by not looking for people, things, or circumstances to make you happy. It requires identifying, accepting, and taking responsibility (without judgment) for your feelings (both positive and negative) and choosing your responses to what happens in life. Local bloggers, life coaches, and New York Times best-selling authors Marc and Angel Chernoff of the blog Marc and Angel Hack Life advise that while you may not be responsible for what happens to you, you are responsible for your thoughts and your responses to those things. They add: “Truly, the greatest weapon you have against anxiety, negativity, and stress is your ability to pause, breathe, and choose one present response over another—to train your mind to make the best of what you’ve got in front of you, even when it’s far less than you expected.” Life certainly has been different than we expected these past few years, but we’ve got this. We can adapt and evolve so that we can find happiness no matter what. Once you change your beliefs about how things “should” be, you will relinquish your perceived control and release yourself to embrace things just as they are. So up your happiness quotient this year with self-care, self-love, and gratitude every day. Over time, you will realize how blessed you are. You can’t go into a new season if you’re looking back at the old. Tweak your thoughts, beliefs, and perspective so you can have a happy new year and a happy new you! Have a blessed new year,

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COURTESY OF LIGHTHOUSE ARTCENTER

Andy Warhol’s Oxidation Painting; In the Bottom of My Garden (right); Conical Dressers (right center); You Can Lead a Shoe to Water (bottom right).

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merican artist Andy Warhol is best known for his colorful pop art, but there’s another side to his work that’s more subdued. His lesser-known sketches, abstract paintings, self-portraits, and illustrations are on view this month at the Spencer Gallery at Lighthouse ArtCenter. WARHOL! WARHOL! WARHOL! opens January 13, featuring more than 20 pieces of original art by the artist, on loan from the private collections of Beth Rudin DeWoody and Marshall Fields. To complement the exhibition, Ray Gross Pop Art

Sculpture—an homage to Warhol’s pop art with a life-sized Harley-Davidson made of porcelain—will be shown in the Shorr Gallery, where visitors can also browse James Thurman’s Paper Alchemy show of patented Thurmanite art. While the original Warhol pieces will not be for sale, the rest of the work on display will be available for purchase. There will also be a Pop Art Jewelry Show & Sale with Warhol-inspired necklaces, rings, earrings, bracelets, and broaches created by artists from across the country. lighthousearts.org —Skye Sherman JANUARY 2022 | JUPITER

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Artist Katie Herman pairs up with a relaunched brand of luxury smoking slippers

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Stepping Out Herman’s design for House of Zalo

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esigning a pair of shoes has been on my artist bucket list for years,” says Katie Herman, a Tequesta-based artist known for her playful prints and enthusiastic embrace of color. When an opportunity arose to design a pair of smoking slippers for legacy brand House of Zalo, another woman-owned business, she didn’t hesitate. For the collaboration, Herman created a sea grape print, a nod to the bright, tropical environs in our area. “I grew up in Jupiter and currently reside in Tequesta, so sea grapes tend to be a recurring subject,” she says. “Other than our iconic lighthouse, sea grapes always make me think of home.” Locally, the Village Bootery in Tequesta will carry the collaboration into spring. “The Village Bootery has been a favorite shoe store of the women in my family, myself included, for four generations,” says Herman. “I’m so excited for this to come full circle and get to see the shoes I designed for Zalo in the window of the store I’ve gone to since I was a little girl.” Katie Herman katiehermanart.com; houseofzalo.com; villagebootery.com

ART FOR ALL

Art therapy with local veterans

COURTESY OF LIGHTHOUSE ARTCENTER

Giving Back

THE CORNELIA T. BAILEY FOUNDATION WILL MATCH $1 MILLION IN DONATIONS TO BRING ART TO THE COMMUNITY

The positive effects of art on mental health are well documented, and Lighthouse ArtCenter has put that research into action by providing art therapy to local veterans, children, individuals with special needs, and seniors through its Art for All programs. That community outreach is now poised to grow even further after the recent announcement of a $1 million matching grant from the Cornelia T. Bailey Foundation, which has pledged to match all donations to Art for All, dollar for dollar. The grant will allow the center to continue to provide arts programming to Banner Lake Academy, Hope Rural School, and Dunbar & Hobe Sound Early Learning Centers, as well as summer art camp scholarships and classes for underserved communities. “This matching grant is transformative to our ability to bring services to people and communities who might not otherwise have access to the therapeutic power of art,” says Sue Snyder, who facilitated the grant as development director of Lighthouse ArtCenter. lighthousearts.org

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Milka Gordillo (left) and some of her tasty treats

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MARSHMALLOW

MAGICIAN A TEQUESTA BAKER

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equesta resident Milka Gordillo has loved to express herself creatively through baking since she was a child. In 2012, she took the leap and enrolled in the Baking & Pastry Program at Johnson & Wales University in Denver and, three years later, she started her own baking business, Sweets by Milka. Her specialty is all things stuffed—specifically, stuffed marshmallows and cookies, with everything made from scratch. For the marshmallows, she starts by caramelizing organic cane sugar, organic agave, salt, and water. Once it reaches the caramelization point, she says, “I create ‘air magic’ and whip it until the caramel becomes a fluffy cloud.” She stuffs individual bites with delectable fillings, then adds a crunchy topping like toasted pecans atop a salted caramel marshmallow (her best seller). Her most popular stuffed cookie flavors are dulce de leche and guava with cream cheese. “Every bite I create has magic inside,” she says. Besides her signature stuffed creations, Gordillo also creates coloring kits and shaped coffee toppers, all made with her lovingly handcrafted marshmallow. For superfans, she has a monthly subscription box in the works. sweetsbymilka.com

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Calendar

Sparkles & Stones

A few things to do this month

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emstones are known for renewal and new beginnings— a perfect way to start out the new year. I love amethyst in a home because it’s a protective stone that helps relieve stress and anxiety. Kalifano is the most respected and widely known store to shop for gemstones, and I’m in love with all of their amethyst decor. Speaking of decor, these agate coasters from West Elm are a great way to revamp your abode. Agate stones give strength and courage, enhance mental function, and keep your mind sharp—so why not use all of that positive reinforcement to soak up your vodka soda condensation? Shopping local is always top of mind for me, and I adore Via Coquina in Palm Beach, which carries this diamond and sapphire Ileana Makri Cats Eye ring, meant to ward off bad energy. When I saw these jeweled pajamas by Tashka by Beatrice, I immediately scooped up a pair and then another pair for a friend. They are truly unique! And finally, treat yourself to a little sparkly indulgence for the new year with a custom diamond ring like this one from Diana M. Jewels. They’re pricey, but in the words of C.S. Lewis, “You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.” Happy 2022! xo, Emily PROTECTIVE BLING Ileana Makri Cats Eye Ring, $2,320, Via Coquina, Palm Beach

PEACEFUL PURPLE Natural Brazilian Amethyst Crystal Geode Cathedral, $350, kalifano.com

January 1: First Day Hike Kitching Creek Nature Trail, Jonathan Dickinson State Park, Hobe Sound; free; floridastateparks.org January 2: Hammock Hike Coastal hammock habitat adjacent to Loggerhead Marinelife Center, Juno Beach; also January 9, 16, 23, 30; free; marinelife.org January 3: Twilight Yoga at the Light Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, Jupiter; also January 10, 17, 24, 31; $10; jupiterlighthouse.org January 5: Winter Equestrian Festival Palm Beach International Equestrian Center, Wellington; through April 3; free; pbiec.com January 5: Downtown Abacoa Green Market Downtown Abacoa; also January 12, 19, 26; free; downtownabacoa.com January 8: Life with Reef Paw Crawl 2022 Downtown Abacoa; $35 (proceeds benefit Mutty Paws Rescue); facebook.com/lifewithreef January 11: “Maltz Without Walls” Presents Jersey Boys Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium, Jupiter; through January 30; tickets start at $66; jupitertheatre.org

SPLURGE WORTHY Custom diamond ring, prices vary, dianamjewels.com

January 14: Stuart Boat Show 54-290 NW Dixie Hwy., Stuart; through January 16; $15/adults, $8/children, $13/ veterans; stuartboatshow.com January 14: South Florida Fair South Florida Fairgrounds, West Palm Beach; through January 30; $10 (advance tickets), free for kids 10 and under; southfloridafair.com

CRYSTAL COASTERS Clouded Agate Coasters, $40 (set of four), westelm.com

GEM JAMMIES Rainbow Gem Pajamas, $118 (cotton) and $180 (silk), tashkabybeatrice.com

January 15: Family Adventure Day Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, Jupiter; ticket prices TBA; jupiterlighthouse.org January 15: Run for Beer by the Florida Brewery Running Series StormHouse Brewing, North Palm Beach; tickets start at $32; breweryrunningseries.com ❖

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The Beat Goes On JAMES SQUIRES HAS SPENT 70 YEARS CULTIVATING THE CAREER OF A TRUE RENAISSANCE MAN, DABBLING IN EVERYTING FROM MUSIC AND THEATER TO MARKETING AND COMPUTERS

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Charmings, a four-piece jazz-inspired combo. His bands play regularly from Stuart to Lake Worth, at venues including Mulligan’s Beach House and Terra Fermata in Stuart, Taco Tiki in Jensen Beach, Brewhouse Gallery in Lake Park, and Rudy’s Pub in Lake Worth. He is now putting together a third band that specializes in Cajun zydeco, a blend of blues and rhythm and blues with Mardi Gras themes. “Seasonal South Florida residents love local live music,” he notes. “We are lucky to have many world-class musicians living right here.” Born in Battle Creek, Michigan, Squires was drawn to music at an early age. “I have always loved it, ever since listening

to classical gems like “War of 1812” that my parents used to play while cleaning our house in Michigan,” he says. When he was 5, he moved to Miami with his divorced mother and older sister to be near his mom’s parents. He recalls he and his sister would sing pop music together for fun at a local roller rink, and he joined the chorus in junior high school. The first time he sang for a real audience was as a student at Southwest Miami High School. “In my last year of high school, I sang in a professional group that performed shows at the big Miami Beach hotels like Eden Roc and Algiers,” he says. I was a master of ceremonies and sang two or three songs.” In 1970, while studying at Miami Dade

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upiter resident James Squires has entertained thousands of people all over the world, some whose names are very familiar. Back in the ’80s, he sang at the White House three times for President Reagan. In 1988, he performed at the Vatican for Pope John Paul II. He has entertained audiences from Florida to New York with his tenor voice and the various instruments he plays—bongos, congas, tambourine, shakers, and the Zendrum, which is a wood instrument worn like a guitar and programmed like a computer. He has built movie sets in Miami, performed in iconic Broadway musicals (The Music Man, Guys and Dolls, My Fair Lady), and promoted theaters and arts organizations like Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington Ballet, and the former Coconut Grove Playhouse. On the other end of the spectrum, he is also a self-taught computer whiz who has built websites and computer networks and maintained Windows operating systems for corporate and residential clients. “I don’t do this for the money,” says the 70-year-old musician of performing. “Musicians travel 50 miles to set up $50,000 worth of equipment for $50 pay. I enjoy performing and interacting with the crowd. When we get feedback from the audience, it is magic.” Currently, Squires is a member of two bands—Hot Sauce Moon, a five-member group that offers eclectic classic rock, blues and Americana, and No Prince

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James Squires at home in Jupiter; Squires playing around with his Zendrum (opposite page).

College, he auditioned for a madrigal choir of 24 singers with 12 harmony parts and was brought in as a tenor. “That was a coup for me,” he says. “We sang six new pieces at every rehearsal and performed in French, Latin, and English and also did gospel.” Two years into college, he left school to pursue music full-time. He performed with different bands all over Miami and even became an on-air radio personality. He also started acting in theater productions at the Coconut Grove Playhouse, including 140 performances of the 1973 play Equus by Peter Shaffer, and built sets for Italian films and various trade shows. As happens with many musicians working for the love of the art, however, the cost of living caught up with him. So, in 1982, he decided to leave Miami to go on the road promoting arts organizations (and some sports venues), staying for months at a time in different cities across the country. Eventually, he moved to Long Island, New York to work for the Long Island Philharmonic and Long Island Stage. While in New York, he joined the St. Agnes Cathedral Men and Boys Choir in Rockville Centre, which led him on three European tours singing with the choir at cathedrals, including his esteemed event for the pope. “That tour was a great experience,” he recalls. “I sang tenor, did leads and cantorial work in religious music. It was like guerrilla theater with amazing sound systems.” Throughout it all, he continued to work with his computer clients as well. Squires’ nomadic lifestyle came to an end in 2014. His mom was suffering from dementia, and he moved to Jupiter to care for her until she passed away last July. He may not have planned to plant roots in town, but in the end, it was meant to be. “I

started singing with an old friend who was living in Stuart, then I expanded to perform music with other guys from Stuart,” he says. “It was great therapy for me while caring for Mom, a total escape from the daily stress. Jupiter was very low-key, like old Miami.” Today, he continues to perform locally

and keeps up his side hustle in computer technology. And at 70, there is no slowing down for Squires, who has one more dream he hopes to make a reality. “Down the road, I want to have a large, 12-piece funk group,” he says. “It is my one unrealized ambition.” jamessquires.com ❖

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The artistic space offers tattoo art, microblading, brow tinting, enzyme peels, and more.

and her team are redefining the approach to beauty and wellness, offering an extensive menu of treatments that include tattooing, lip blushing, lash lifts, microblading, brow lamination and tinting, facials, micro-needling, and enzyme peels. Here, Aliseo discusses the biz. (third-eyestudio.com) WHAT’S THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE NAME, THIRDEYE? It pertains to the act of closing your eyes and trusting your inner energy and intuition. I wanted a name that was meaningful and grounding. I started practicing yoga when I was 20, and it really changed my life, so I really wanted to capture and incorporate that vibe for my clients. This is safe space that’s not only about looking your best but also about self-care, self-love, and intuitively feeling good. WHAT WOULD YOU SAY SETS YOUR STUDIO APART FROM OTHERS? Our authenticity. I don’t really see others in our town doing what we're doing. For me, it’s about using intuition to know what feels good to add to the business at certain times, like hiring new artists and incorporating new services. There’s also authenticity in who we are as artists. Everyone here is either drawing or doing something artistic outside of work.

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upiter native Remi Aliseo has been an artist all her life. With experiences in the medical field and running an activewear company under her belt, she was inspired to use her interpersonal and brand-building skills in pursuit of something that combined her loves of art and service. When she found herself between careers, she started doing eyelash extensions out of her tiny apartment in California. But Aliseo had her eyes on a bigger prize: She wanted to add microblading skills and a tattooing license to her beauty repertoire and use everything she had learned to make positive differences in people’s lives. In 2018, she founded Thirdeye Studio as a one-woman show, adding an aesthetician’s license to her accreditations. She eventually relocated to Jupiter and, to help keep up with an ever-growing client list, she hired Jensen Beach native Kelly Hagen, a tattoo artist and photographer. Soon the team grew to include three more women artists. At the Indiantown Road collective, Aliseo

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EVERYONE HERE WORKS REALLY INDEPENDENTLY AND HAS THEIR OWN UNIQUE STYLE.” —remi aliseo

Clockwise from far left: inside the studio; Aliseo's first hire, tattoo artist/photographer Kelly Hagen; Hagen at work tattooing a client.

HOW HAS IT BEEN WORKING WITH A TEAM? So good! Everyone here works really independently and has their own unique style. Each of us has something different to offer, but it has all merged in this beauty, self-care, and artistic space. It’s cool that our clients get to pick their artist or the service they want, which allows them to experience so many different things in our space. YOU SAY YOU’VE CREATED A “SAFE SPACE” AT THIRDEYE. WHAT DOES THAT MEAN TO YOU? Sometimes the tattoo industry can be really intimidating, especially for young women. Ninety-nine percent of our clients are women, and they walk away saying, “Wow, this experience was so different from ones I’ve had in the past.” We’ve created a more feminine energy and welcoming space for women to get services done and feel comfortable. Older women come in and experiment with their very first tattoo and say, “I've been wanting to do this all my life, and I'm finally doing it.” WHAT DOES WELLNESS LOOK LIKE FOR YOU? One of like the biggest challenges I’ve faced owning a business is finding balance. I tend to overwork myself, but, at the end of the day, my health needs to come first. I remind myself to slow down and do my yoga practice, breath work, and meditation. Being outside in nature is grounding for me. I like surfing and going to Jonathan Dickinson State Park.

HOW DO YOU HOPE TO CONTRIBUTE TO YOUR CLIENTS’ WELLNESS PRACTICES? We’re actually starting to host free “giveback” events once a month. Back in the fall, we hosted a full moon event on November 19 with sound healing, journaling, and meditation. The goal is to introduce our clients to these practices together and inspire healing. ❖

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The Egret Model 2011; Paskoski heads into the sunset (below left).

SMOOTH Ride

PALM CITY RESIDENT JOE PASKOSKI FOUND THE EGRET MODEL 2011 TO BE THE PERFECT SKIFF FOR HIS FAMILY FISHING EXCURSIONS

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Paskoski (right) on his boat with Scott Sanders

The ride this hull design delivers is what has closed the deal on many sales for Egret. And it is precisely the reason why Joe Paskoski of Palm City purchased his original Egret 189 back in 2009. The CFO of Quantum Foundation has a passion for summertime tarpon fishing along the beaches of the Treasure Coast—and having a skiff capable of traveling miles from the inlet in search of

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he Egret brand of inshore skiffs has long enjoyed a reputation as one of the best riding hulls in its class. On the Model 2011, a unique bottom shape that begins with a sharp entry and quickly softens moving aft, provides the perfect attack for oncoming chop. The design minimizes felt impact while delivering the water flow rearward. A combination of assertive downwardangled chines and lifting strakes sends passing water flow outward, away from the cockpit, keeping all passengers comfortable and dry.

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From left: Paskoski fights a tarpon off Jupiter Beach; Paskoski with wife Kristine, daughter Maddie, and son Tanner.

migrating fish while POWER FILE LENGTH: 20 feet, 11 inches offering a comfortBEAM: 7 feet, 9 inches able ride home when DRAFT: 11 inches afternoon storms WEIGHT: 1,225 pounds (fiberglass); pop up was crucial. 1,100 pounds (Kevlar) After looking at a MAX HP: 300 couple of different FUEL: 66 gallons boat brands, the repegretboats.com utation of this hull’s performance (and a ride on a friend’s 189 Egret) prompted him to on the larger model was a plus for Paskoski’s buy a used model of his own. changing needs. It would be useful as storage After many years running the Egret 189, space and ideal for carrying gear on father/son Paskoski found himself with two growing kids camping trips to Everglades National Park. A at home and a need for something larger as fish- wide bench-style helm seat aft and outboard ing became more of a family activity. The extra corner storage compartments in the cockpit, space offered by moving up to the larger Model along with two large compartments forward, 2011 would better suit the needs of a family of provide even more dry storage than is likely four and provide them the opportunity to spend needed on a weekend outing. Adding a pair of more time boating together. For Paskoski, main- secure rod lockers below the wide gunwales taining the performance level of his original along with two live wells was an added bonus. boat was a must, and the 2011 offered the ride The rough weather capability and added range he wanted and a whole lot more. He decided to were a step up not only for beach tarpon runs have a 2011 custom-built for him and his family. at home but also for confidently exploring the The additional usable space below deck waters off Flamingo for multiday trips as well. ❖

George LaBonte, who writes this column, has been a charter fishing captain in Jupiter for nearly 40 years (edgesportfishing.com). He also has hosted the television series Florida Sportsman Best Boat and Florida Sportsman Project Dreamboat for five seasons.

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Riviera Maya in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Early on, Grand Velas made a commitment to guest safety by limiting capacity and sanitizing Clockwise from top left: The Presidential Suite in the resort’s luxe “Grand Class” accommodation category; the lobby in the “Zen Class” enclave, overlooking the suites extensively and lush Mayan jungle; cenotes, rainwater-filled natural pits or caves, abound in sealing the doors before Mexico; black bean cappuccino with cotija foam and chipilín leaves. the next guests arrived. With the ubiquitous sanitation mats, tem- delights as shaved foie gras with poblanos perature check stations, distanced dining or corn and ceviche with squid ink–infused tables, and PPE worn by staff, it’s impossible leche de tigre. In the Mexican food realm, not to feel safe at this property. This Frida is the destination of choice for tradiis a good thing, since it leaves you tional dishes with a modern twist, including free to think about more important a standout black bean cappuccino with things, such as which restaurant to cotija foam and chipilín leaves. Piaf, with book for dinner. its sexy red damask panels and dripping The flagship here is Cocina de Au- chandeliers, serves French classics like tor, which is billed as a multisensory mustard-blackened fish with homemade experience. Chef Nahúm Velasco choucroute and a beautiful slow-cooked creatively deconstructs and reinter- lamb Navarin. Throughout the Grand prets Mexican and Caribbean dishes, Velas restaurants, the variety is broad and coming up with such molecular the quality high, so there is little chance

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of epicurean boredom. Or boredom, period. There’s an incredible array of diversions at the 206-acre resort, whether you’re traveling solo or on a multi-gen vacation. Boaters will love the Sunset VanDutch Experience, which includes a visit to an underwater museum, watersports galore, and a gourmet menu with ancestral beverage tastings (bacanora, sotol, and tuxca, to name a few). Another favorite is the Gourmet Cenote Experience, where guests can dine 60 feet beneath the pristine Chukum cenote. Touring the caverns is mind-blowing in its own right, but dining among the stalagmites is definitely one for the books, even for those who have been there, done that. One can choose, of course, to do nothing but be pampered for days, and the Se Spa is ideal for that. Treatments like the Bacal Massage, which utilizes corn and honey, and the Úumbal Shawl Massage, rooted in pre-Hispanic methods, are

The Mayan-inspired architecture of Grand Velas (above and above left) sets the stage for indulgent dining (below and above right) and activities such as movies on the beach under the stars (top right). The Se Spa (top left) is known for its hydrotherapy journey and healing water experiences.

inspired by the destination’s Mayan ancestry. It’s always a good idea to precede a treatment with the Riviera Maya Water Ceremony, a blissful 50-minute hydrotherapy journey in a clay room, ice room, sauna, and a Sensation Pool with waterfalls, water bubble beds, and other relaxing and detoxifying activations. For a getaway close to home yet exotic enough for bragging rights, this luxe oceanfront (and all-inclusive!) treasure is worth finding. rivieramaya.grandvelas.com ❖

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TALK of the TOWN

EVENTS • HAPPENINGS • OPENINGS • NEWS

Tampa General Hospital launches historic expansion with $550 million investment As one of the nation’s best hospitals and one of Florida’s leading academic medical centers, TGH’s launch of the largest master facility plan in the hospital’s history will deliver the innovations, expansions and upgrades needed to continue providing Florida’s growing community with world-class care. “This is an investment in our patients, in our academic health system, and in our community,” said John Couris, president and CEO of Tampa General Hospital. “It’s a key part of our efforts to improve the lives and health of Floridians.” To learn more, visit TGH.org/MFP

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Founded in 1909, Cummings & Lockwood is a private-clients focused law firm wi h experience representing affluent in ividuals and families, family offices, closely held businesses, o her commercial enterprises and private foundations, many of whom have been with us for decades. The firm has a long tra ition of providing exemplary service and over a century of experience advising clients with sophisticated, complex and unique legal needs. Cummings & Lockwood attorneys have helped clients strategically plan for the future, protect their diverse assets, structure their businesses, transition their wealth to the next generation and create lasting philanthropic legacies. The firm p ovides clients with a broad range of legal services, including in the areas of trusts and estates, corporate and finance, itigation and arbitration, and commercial and residential real estate. Cummings & Lockwood’s private clients attorneys assist clients with domestic and international estate planning; estate, income and gift taxes; probate and estate administration; trust formation and management; wealth protection planning; philanthropic giving; fid ciary and trustee services; business succession planning; and trusts and estates litigation. Clients include high net worth individuals, corporate executives, entrepreneurs and hedge fund and private equity principals. In addition to representing authors, artists and David Halpen musicians, the firm epresents collectors of

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AFTER A MAJOR RENOVATION THAT KICKED INTO HIGH GEAR LAST YEAR, THE MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE IS SET TO REOPEN FOR A BRAND NEW SEASON— WITH UPGRADES INCLUDING A BROADWAY-SCALE STAGE THAT QUALIFY IT AS ONE OF THE TOP REGIONAL THEATERS IN THE COUNTRY

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f every cloud has a silver lining, then the pandemic that shut down the U.S. economy in 2020 delivered a serendipitous opportunity for the Maltz Jupiter Theatre to accelerate its highly anticipated $40 million renovation. When the theater reopens in February, patrons will see an entirely new Maltz, inside and out. Outside, angled spotlights will sweep across the sky, lighting up a much larger, modern facility with Art Deco angles designed by Oscar Garcia of Currie Sowards Aguila Architects. Inside, Neil Simon’s high-energy, Tony-nominated production of Sweet Charity will take place on a brand-new main stage specifically redesigned to attract first-class shows. “I’m most excited about the Broadway-scale stage, because that means we can get Broadway-bound shows,” says Producing

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Artistic Director and Chief Executive Andrew Kato. “I think we’ll get national attention.” The new facility is part of a five-year strategic plan developed by the board of directors, the tireless work of many employees and volunteers, and millions of dollars in generous donations from a committed community. But at its core, it’s the culmination of a decades-long dream of three single-minded visionaries: the couple who became the major benefactors and namesake of the theater and the homegrown boy who forged a successful path as a Broadway producer before returning home to steer a course that transformed the Maltz Jupiter Theatre into a premier performing arts facility. It’s been a long journey from the days of the Burt Reynolds Dinner Theatre, which opened in 1979 and operated on the site for a decade. After it closed, the building languished, first as

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I’VE ALWAYS BELIEVED IN DOING THINGS ALL THE WAY OR NOT AT ALL. WE WANTED THEATER TO BE THE MAIN AND ONLY EVENT.” — Milton Maltz

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the Carousel Dinner Theatre and then as a church, before falling into disrepair. In 2001, a group of patrons formed with the hope of opening a new theater. Two years later, a major contribution from Milton and Tamar Maltz proved the catalyst for creating the not-for-profit facility it is today. “When we first arrived in Jupiter, Tamar looked at the socalled cultural offerings in town and said, ‘There’s nothing going on,’” says 92-year-old Milton Maltz. “So we did something.” The broadcasting entrepreneur never doubted that the theater would grow into the success it is today. “I’ve always believed in doing things all the way or not at all,” he says. “We wanted theater to be the main and only event.” The Maltzes continue to be the main benefactors, contributing $30 million since it became their namesake, including $10 million to the current upgrade. But without a passionate and capable leader, all the money in

the world wouldn’t be enough to realize the dream of a firstclass regional theater. Kato was brought in as producing artistic director in 2005, during the Maltz’s second season. But it wasn’t his first experience at that location. “I went to Jupiter High School and put myself through Florida State by working for eight years as a waiter at the Burt Reynolds Dinner Theatre,” he says. After graduation, Kato headed for the bright lights of the big city and ended up working as a producer on Broadway for 14 years and was creative consultant and coordinating producer for the Tony Awards for 13 years. While at the top of his game, he got the call from Milton to take on a challenge back on his home turf. Milton recalls the meeting where he and Tamar made the decision that would catapult the theater to a new level. “We were in New York to interview producers, and we had talked to several,” he says. “Then in walked Andrew Kato—

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Rendering of the outdoor stage that will host Jersey Boys at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium this month

and within 5 or 10 minutes, my wife and I looked at each other and said, ‘He’s the one.’” For his part, Kato saw an opportunity to repay the community that had been so generous to him. When he was just starting out in his career, he wrote and produced Switch, which was made possible by $10,000 in local donations. When he returned to Jupiter at the age of 40 as a successful producer, the regional venue gave him plenty of room to grow and implement what he had learned in New York. “I just felt they needed someone to love it,” he says of the Maltz. “There was so much not going for it at the time. It didn’t even have furniture in the lobby.” That is a far cry from what theatergoers will see next month. By opening day, the exterior of the now three-story building will be complete. Inside, the main floor will be nearly complete. It includes a redesigned lobby, a gift shop, a box office, the upgraded main stage, dressing rooms, offices, and a space called GR2, where high-end donors can convene before and after shows. The second and third floors— which will house the new, larger Goldner Conservatory, six rehearsal studios, dressing rooms, a costume shop, and a dining experience called Scene—will be completed at a later date, when more funds have been raised. A major change to the theater is the

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additional seating for the main stage, which will now accommodate 659, and the new second performance/event space, with seating for 199. “The second space creates an opportunity to diversify programming, with no downtime between performances during the season,” says Kato. “From a strategic point, we wanted to look at how we can maximize the season. We normally do five main shows a season. As we grow, we’ll probably add three more in the smaller space.” Intimate shows during the “shoulder” season—between April and October—are also being discussed for the second space. Scheduled in three acts, or phases, only Act 1 of the renovation, the expanded parking lot, was finished before the pandemic, says Jess Sowards, principal in charge at Currie Sowards Aguila Architects. The other two acts were originally scheduled to begin in April 2021 but were accelerated during the shutdown.

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THIS NEW FACILITY VALUES THE ACTORS IN A SIGNIFICANT WAY.” — Andrew Kato

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The third story of the facility was added purely for practical reasons. “Initially, we had an issue with fitting all of the building requirements on the site, so we started to stack,” explains Garcia, principal architect on the project. “By stacking floors, we were able to essentially add an additional 30,000-plus square feet, nearly double the original, with the same footprint.” The crowning glory of the building is the “curtain wall”—three stories of angled windows on the southwest corner that give the public a peek into the inner workings (or the “soul,” as Kato describes it) of the theater. The costume shop, rehearsal hall, and GR2 will be visible from outside the building. “That was Andrew’s idea,” says Garcia. “He wanted people to have a literal window into what is going on inside.” Kato is especially proud of how the new space caters to the actors, including the more conveniently located dressing rooms. “The theater has always been good to its patrons, but actors were not always as well-served,” he says. “This new facility values the actors in a significant way.” The Maltz kicks off its Grand Reopening Season this month, and since the space won’t be quite ready in time, Kato found outside performance spaces to host his first two productions, dubbing the tour “Maltz Without Walls.” The season will open with Jersey Boys at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium, followed by I Hate Hamlet at The Benjamin School. “The logistics of arranging those shows was a feat unto itself,” says Kato. And when the Maltz opens its doors to the public on February 19, Kato will be there to greet the community, staff, and volunteers he loves like family. There is still work to be done (“We still have $10 million to go—$4 million for bricks and mortar and $6 million to repay a loan,” he says). But he has complete confidence in his hometown. “Most of our donors have come from Jupiter, and they have been amazing.” ❖

THE LINEUP January 11 to 30: Jersey Boys, Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium February 8 to 20: I Hate Hamlet, The Benjamin School February 19 to March 9: Sweet Charity, Maltz Jupiter Theatre March 22 to April 10: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Maltz Jupiter Theatre *There will also be special limited engagement shows throughout the season, including musical tributes to Paul McCartney, The Eagles, and Billy Joel. For more information and tickets, visit jupitertheatre.org.

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become a subject in the art world, with artists exploring everything from recycling to large-scale installations. There is also a renewed interest in the natural world with land art.” Buying trends are also reflecting a renewed desire for past heritage. “The biggest trend is, if it is an important, excellent work of art with a great provenance, there is a buyer immediately,” says Nick Korniloff, director of Art Miami. He points out recent auction results in London, Paris, and New York for works by well-known artists including Van Gogh, Warhol, and Lalanne. “If the artist’s work exudes sophistication and uniqueness along with rarity and prestige, it will be collected at the highest prices.” As South Florida continues to attract more and more fulltime residents from the United States and abroad, the area is fast becoming a hub for collecting. Korniloff rattles off a list of collectors who have called Miami home for decades and who regularly attend the city’s International Art Week to share their private collections.

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Artist Tim Bengel (above); Who Wants to Live Forever by Tim Bengel (left).

and Santiago Montoya are all so unique and diverse with their artwork,” he says. Tim Bengel (timbengel.com) is a German artist widely known for his hyper-detailed gold leaf–embellished sand paintings. The 29-year-old has more than a half million followers on Facebook and Instagram, making him one of the most famous artists of his generation. Colombian artist Santiago Montoya’s (santiagomontoya.com) website is emblazoned with the words “It’s not about the money,” a reference to the medium in which he works. Montoya uses money to create his art. The work of Punk Me Tender (punkmetender.com) can be seen at Onessimo Fine Art in Palm Beach Gardens. The mysterious artist is from Los Angeles, but that’s about the only biography you’ll find on him—he likes to keep his identity unknown. But his artwork, which explores freedom through photography layered with vibrant color and mixed media, is highly recognizable. For the opening of MAC Art Galleries’ newest space in Delray Beach, Cohen chose Californian-born artist Frank Arnold (frankarnoldart.com) for the first installation. “There are very few abstract figurative artists,” says Cohen. Arnold’s pieces are labyrinths of symbology, and each piece incorporates the number eight—a number that holds personal significance in the artist’s life. (In a nutshell, he learned at age 8 that he was

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Not only are collectors gravitating to South Florida, so are artists. Nancy Turrell, executive director of MartinArts, has seen the local art market grow and become a destination for prominent art. Gold butterfly installation by Punk Me Tender “The trends here used to be different, but today I think South Florida artists are internationally recognized as trendsetters and leaders,” she says. Turrell is seeing increasing amounts of grant money going to South Florida artists. “MartinArts is part of the South Florida Cultural Consortium and offers some of the largest grants in the country to individual working artists.” In addition to these long-standing collectors and well-known artists, a number of emerging artists are also making news. Korniloff notes three such artists who piqued his interest during Art Week last month. “Tim Bengel, Punk Me Tender,

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333, handpainted Ducati by Punk Me Tender (above); World Map (Vale un Peru) by Santiago Montoya (right).

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adopted, which sparked in him a desire to be self-sufficient. “The story of 8 is still partly a mystery to me,” he says. “Eight is me.”) As with just about every other industry, digital technology has impacted art, attracting new collectors. “There is a theory that millennials are much more interested in experiences than possessions, and these types of art certainly satisfy that notion,” says Klein. Still, even insiders are trying to figure out where some forms of digital art fit into the industry. NFTs, or “non-fungible tokens,” are one new art trend that is leaving a lot of people scratching their heads. Similar to original works of art in the physical form, NFTs are one-ofa-kind pieces of art in digital form—and collectors are already paying top dollar for them. Last March, Christie’s sold a collage from Beeple (also known as Mike Winkelman), a graphic designer from South Carolina who creates a variety of digital artwork, for $69 million. At MartinArts, Turrell welcomes the shift to digital art. “It’s been fascinating to watch the rise of digital,” she says. “That one word hardly describes the many aspects of the art form.” Like most art, digital art can best be understood by visiting installations. Says Turrell: “Seeing a Jennifer Steinkamp installation at the Clark Art Institute in Massachusetts really opened

my eyes to how beautiful digital art can be.” Steinkamp is known for using video and new media to explore ideas about space, motion, and perception. In the vast world of art, maybe a banana stuck to a wall isn’t such an oddity after all. “It’s the antics of the art world—there’s a certain tongue in cheek sometimes,” says Cohen. “But it all brings attention to the art world, which is a good thing.” Korniloff chalks it up to the somewhat confusing industry he’s so fond of: “I have been in the art world for over 25 years, and there is plenty I don’t understand. But that is really what it is all about. I don’t judge, but I do know what is for me and what is not. I prefer my bananas in my cereal!” ❖

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Cinq a Sept ivory halter-neck dress ($395), Saks Fifth Avenue, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens; Kurt Geiger London rainbow bag ($295), Bloomingdale’s, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens; resin coral hoop earrings ($48), Anthropologie, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens; Michael Kors clear Lucite cuff ($78), City Girl Consignment, West Palm Beach MURAL: It Takes a Village (12212 SE Lantana Ave.) Opposite page: Aqua one-shoulder metallic cocktail dress ($98), Bloomingdale’s, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens; Oscar de la Renta white flower drop earrings ($395), oscardelarenta.com; Kenneth Jay Lane crystal bracelet ($325), kennethjaylane.com MURAL: Creating Yourself (10830 Federal Hwy.) JANUARY 2022 | JUPITER

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he Seminole Tribe has a word it likes to use to describe its history: unconquered. It might sound like bravado or an exaggeration, but the truth of it is remarkable. Despite military campaigns from Europe’s greatest powers and the entire might of the U.S. government, despite being chased into the swamps, despite all the trickery their enemies used to try to get them to give up, the Seminoles held strong. Consider for a moment how different that is from the stories we know of Native Americans elsewhere,

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where they were largely pushed to reservations in the West. But the Seminoles—and others, including the Miccosukee— they’re still here. And their history is closer than you think. For those of us who grew up watching Westerns and hearing the “cowboys versus Indians” tales of Hollywood, it might seem like all of the good stories are based in the West. But here in South Florida, the history of the native people dates back generations, full of a rich culture, battles lost and won, and a future perhaps brighter than ever. The moment in time that most interests Sara Ayers-Rigsby

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happened way back, about 12,000 years ago. Ayers-Rigsby works for the Florida Public Archaeology Network and is based in Jupiter at Florida Atlantic University. She says the Florida of that time was going through something it is also dealing with today: a vastly changing sea level that drastically altered the living conditions for the native people. Up until that time, the Ice Age had taken a big portion of the planet’s water and turned it into glaciers that covered the north. The peninsula that is now Florida was twice the size it is today, with massive cliffs that fell to the seas. The native people who were here hunted mastodons and other massive roaming animals. As the seas began to rise, and the cliffs got sucked into the water, the giant roaming animals were no longer. The native people who hunted on the great plains of Florida became fishermen and farmers. “If I had a time machine and could go back to any period,

it would be to see what people were doing to adapt to those changes,” Ayers-Rigsby says. If the natives could adapt 12,000 years ago, she notes, perhaps we can adapt to the changes we’re seeing today. “Their story shows that people are incredibly resilient. It tells an incredibly optimistic view of humanity’s future.” Thinking back to those prehistoric days in Florida also offers

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“Coacoochee is quoted as saying he is made of the sands of Florida,” Backhouse says. “It captures beautifully that Florida was a native land.” South Florida is dotted with spots that indicate the long history of native people. “There are archaeological sites everywhere,” Ayers-Rigsby says. “There is evidence of indigenous people living here for thousands of years. This area is incredibly rich in Native American archaeological history.” Standing tall on the Jupiter Inlet is the town’s most famous site: the iconic red lighthouse built in 1860. Surrounding that structure is land where native people lived for at least 5,000 years. The lighthouse grounds include a Seminole chickee hut constructed in 2009 by then tribal chairman James Billie as a tribute to the history of the local Seminoles and their E.H. SELLARDS

some perspective on just how long native people occupied this area before Europeans arrived, says British-born archaeologist Paul Backhouse. For nearly a decade, Backhouse has served as the Seminole tribal historic preservation officer and director of the 70-acre Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum on Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation located just south of Clewiston. “Florida has been occupied since time immemorial,” Backhouse says. “Colonial history says the Seminoles came late, but their ancestors have lived in Jupiter and Stuart for thousands of years. Tequesta and Seminole are names given by outside forces, and those distinctions given by historians are not necessarily how those groups see themselves.” The Seminole and Miccosukee tribes have eight generations of history passed down by spoken tales. Backhouse likes to emphasize this by repeating a quote from Coacoochee (which translates to “wildcat”), the Seminole leader from the 1800s.

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history trading with early settlers. Just a few miles away, off West Indiantown Road, is Loxahatchee River Battlefield Park. In 1838, the U.S. military arrived and attempted to extricate native people, leading to two battles on the banks of the Loxahatchee River—one a clear victory by the Seminoles and the second pushing the tribe deep into the swamps. A nonprofit organization called the Loxahatchee Battlefield Preservationists keeps that history alive today with presentations three times a year, the Ayers-Rigsby excavates a historic trash pit at the next to be held in April. Jupter Inlet Lighthouse Outstanding Natural Area. Stuart’s House of Refuge, built in 1876 for shipwrecked sailors, stands on land once occupied by Native Americans. The hurricanes of 2004 exposed a Native American midden, or shell-covered trash heap, full of detritus of an earlier time. Workers dredging a canal in 1913 to create what’s now Vero Beach began discovering bones nicknamed “Old Vero Man.” The site remains an active dig and is in need of volunteers, offering a chance for amateur historians to see what it’s like to be an archaeologist for a day. In 1979, fossils were first discovered in a sinkhole on what’s now the Charles Deering Estate Park, and archaeologists have since discovered bones of native people dating back 650 years. The park also includes the Cutler Burial Mound, which is believed to include the remains of perhaps 18 native people. The village of Indiantown sits on the site of a Seminole trading post set up by tribal members fleeing south after the First Seminole War. Others first began settling there in the 1890s. Not far from the northern shores of Lake Okeechobee, the Okeechobee Battlefield Historic State Park occupies land where an 1837 Christmas Day battle marked a turning point in the Second Seminole War, with 1,000 government soldiers fighting several hundred Seminole and Miccosukee. The battle is reenacted on the last weekend every February. Located on Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation near Clewiston, the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum is among the nation’s most significant museums dedicated to the history of native people. Backhouse says the museum stands as a testament to the tribes. “Some of the most important stories regarding indigenous sovereignty can be seen here in South Florida,” Backhouse says. “The Seminole and Miccosukee tribes did not sign a peace treaty and held on against all odds to stay here in South Florida.” ❖

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“It’s important to realize that indigenous cultures still exist and are very much alive and active today,” Ayers-Rigsby says. There are many natives working hard to preserve the tribal way of life, adds Backhouse, and it’s becoming more and more difficult. Florida’s native tribes have always been under threat from outside forces that hoped to assimilate them or dismantle their culture, and the current threats of climate change and urban encroachment are just as significant. COVID also took a toll, claiming the lives of tribal leader Max Osceola Jr. and Seminole Chief Justice of the Tribal Courts Willie Johns. Here, Backhouse notes two tribal leaders who are working tirelessly to keep Seminole culture alive. Daniel Tommie Seminole Tribe member Daniel Tommie is working to revive the ancient practice of creating dug-out canoes from a single piece of wood. To hone his skills, he began with a three-inch piece of wood and carved it into a canoe shape, then began working his way up to larger canoes. Today, Tommy holds presentations for schoolchildren and community groups, lately via Zoom, demonstrating an art that was nearly lost. Tina Marie Osceola As director of the Seminole Tribal Historic Preservation Office and a tribal judge, Tina Marie Osceola is an advocate for tribal sovereignty. Among her efforts is to reclaim the remains of Seminoles stored in museums all over the world. So far, many of those museums, including the Smithsonian, have refused to return the bones, claiming them as historical relics. Osceola and the Seminoles want to give the remains a proper burial on tribal property, a goal that once again pits outsiders against the unconquered tribe.

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Alex D. Barker Adams | Coogler, P.A. 1555 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. Floor 16 West Palm Beach 561-478-4500 adamscoogler.com ADMIRALTY & MARITIME LAW

Peter Hunt LaBovick Law Group 5220 Hood Rd. Floor 2 Palm Beach Gardens 561-625-8302 labovick.com Jason D. Weisser Schuler, Halvorson, Weisser, Zoeller & Overbeck P.A. 1615 Forum Pl. Floor 4 West Palm Beach 561-689-8180 shw-law.com ALTERNATE DISPUTE RESOLUTION

Marc S. Dobin Dobin Law Group, P.A. 500 University Blvd. Suite 240 Jupiter 561-575-5880 dobinlaw.com

Marina D. Petillo The Law Office of Marina D. Petillo 800 Village Square Crossing Palm Beach Gardens 561-656-2015 marinapetilloesq.com ANTITRUST LAW

Manuel J. “John” Dominguez Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC 11780 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite N500 Palm Beach Gardens 561-515-2604 cohenmilstein.com APPELLATE PRACTICE

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Diana L. Martin Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC 11780 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite N500 Palm Beach Gardens 561-515-1400 cohenmilstein.com BANKING AND FINANCE LAW

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Brenda S. Fulmer Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com Leslie M. Kroeger Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC 11780 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite N500 Palm Beach Gardens 561-515-1400 cohenmilstein.com Theodore J. Leopold Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC 11780 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite N500 Palm Beach Gardens 561-515-1400 cohenmilstein.com

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Denise J. Bleau Ward, Damon, Posner, Pheterson and Bleau, PL 4420 Beacon Cir. West Palm Beach 561-842-3000 warddamon.com Matthew R. Chait Shutts & Bowen LLP 525 Okeechobee Blvd. Suite 1100 West Palm Beach 561-650-8550 shutts.com Jonathan Chane Chane Socarras, PLLC 11380 Prosperity Farms Rd. Suite 204 Palm Beach Gardens 561-308-9552 cslawfl.com

Sean M. Smith Shutts & Bowen LLP 525 Okeechobee Blvd. Suite 1100 West Palm Beach 561-671-5838 shutts.com David Steinfeld Law Office of David Steinfeld 3801 PGA Blvd. Suite 600 Palm Beach Gardens 561-316-7905 davidsteinfeld.com David P. Vitale Jr. Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com CONSTRUCTION LAW

Patricia A. Leonard Shutts & Bowen LLP 525 Okeechobee Blvd. Suite 1100 West Palm Beach 561-671-5821 shutts.com

John A. Chiocca Cole, Scott & Kissane, P.A. 222 Lakeview Ave. Suite 120 West Palm Beach 561-383-9220 csklegal.com

John W. Little III Gunster 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 500E West Palm Beach 561-650-0701 gunster.com

Daniel Levin Cole, Scott & Kissane, P.A. 222 Lakeview Ave. Suite 120 West Palm Beach 561-681-5555 csklegal.com

John Scarola Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com

Michael G. St. Jacques MGS Law, P.A. 601 Heritage Dr. Suite 141 Jupiter 561-623-5460

Gregor J. Schwinghammer Jr. Gunster 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 500E West Palm Beach 561-650-0595 gunster.com

Jill G. Weiss Jill G. Weiss PA 4440 PGA Blvd. Suite 600 Palm Beach Gardens 561-623-5359

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CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND COMPLAINTS LAW

Michael V. Mitrione Gunster 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 500E West Palm Beach 561-650-0553 gunster.com David Steinfeld Law Office of David Steinfeld 3801 PGA Blvd. Suite 600 Palm Beach Gardens 561-316-7905 davidsteinfeld Kristin Vivo The Law Offices of Kristin Vivo, PLLC 1250 E. Blue Heron Blvd. Suite 4 Singer Island 561-855-0006 kristinvivolaw.com CORPORATE LAW

Rikki Lober Bagatell Shutts & Bowen LLP 525 Okeechobee Blvd. Suite 1100 West Palm Beach 561-650-8547 shutts.com Michael V. Mitrione Gunster 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 500E West Palm Beach 561-650-0553 gunster.com CRIMINAL DEFENSE NON WHITE-COLLAR

Jack Goldberger Atterbury, Goldberger, & Weiss, P.A. 250 Australian Ave. S. Suite 1400 West Palm Beach 561-659-8300 agwpa.com

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Nellie L. King Law Offices of Nellie L. King 319 Clematis St. Suite 107 West Palm Beach 561-220-2377 criminaldefensefla.com Tama Beth Kudman Tama Beth Kudman, P.A. 319 Clematis St. Suite 107 West Palm Beach 561-472-0811 tkudmanlaw Rob Melchiorre Keller Melchiorre & Walsh, PLLC 3900 Military Trl. Suite 600 Jupiter 561-295-5825 kmwlegal.com CRIMINAL DEFENSE WHITE COLLAR

Tama Beth Kudman Tama Beth Kudman, P.A. 319 Clematis St. Suite 107 West Palm Beach 561-472-0811 tkudmanlaw.com ELDER LAW

Marisa DeBellis DeBellis Law, P.A. 4500 PGA Blvd. Suite 301-B Palm Beach Gardens 561-264-3170 debellislaw.com Gina Grandinette Grandinette Law, P.A. 601 Heritage Dr. Suite 206 Jupiter 561-623-5317 grandinettelawpa.com

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Joseph S. Karp The Karp Law Firm 2875 PGA Blvd. Suite 100 Palm Beach Gardens 561-625-1100 karplaw.com G. Mark Shalloway Shalloway & Shalloway, P.A. 1400 Centrepark Blvd. Suite 600 West Palm Beach 561-686-6200 www.shalloway.com EMINENT DOMAIN AND CONDEMNATION LAW

Barry S. Balmuth Barry S. Balmuth, P.A. 2505 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-242-9400 flboardcertifiedlawyer.com

FAMILY LAW

Kristina M. Candido Shutts & Bowen LLP 525 Okeechobee Blvd. Suite 1100 West Palm Beach 561-650-8502 shutts.com Cindy A. Crawford Greenspoon Marder LLP 525 Okeechobee Blvd. Suite 900 West Palm Beach 561-838-4530 gmlaw.com Jeffrey D. Fisher Fisher Potter Hodas, PLLC 515 N. Flagler Dr. Suite 800 West Palm Beach 561-832-1005 fisherpotterhodas.com

William N. Lazarchick Jr. William N. Lazarchick, Jr., P.A. 14255 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite 243 Juno Beach 561-727-3625 lazarchicklaw.com Matthew S. Nugent The Law Offices of Nugent Zborowski 631 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite 402 North Palm Beach 561-844-1200 nugentlawfirm.com John F. Schutz John F. Schutz, P.L. 11211 Prosperity Farms Rd. Suite C208 Palm Beach Gardens 561-228-7100 palmbeachdivorcelawyer.com

John W. Little III Gunster 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 500E West Palm Beach 561-650-0701 gunster.com Brian M. Seymour Gunster 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 500E West Palm Beach 561-650-0621 gunster.com ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

John J. Fumero Nason, Yeager, Gerson, Harris & Fumero, P.A. 750 Park of Commerce Blvd. Suite 210 Boca Raton 561-314-3999 nasonyeager.com Elizabeth Ross Gunster 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 500E West Palm Beach 561-650-0554 gunster.com

Melinda P. Gamot The Gamot Law Firm 2701 PGA Blvd. Suite C Palm Beach Gardens 561-832-5500 gamotlaw.com Benjamin T. Hodas Fisher Potter Hodas, PLLC 515 N. Flagler Dr. Suite 800 West Palm Beach 561-832-1005 fisherpotterhodas.com

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DANIEL C. TIGHE We build trust and deliver outstanding results

11891 U.S. Highway 1, Suite 100 North Palm Beach 855.567.7776 tighepa.com

Following the extensive damage caused by hurricanes and other severe storms over the past few years, many homeowners, commercial property owners, and community associations had questions. Fortunately for them, thousands found their way to attorney Daniel Tighe for help with their property-damage insurance claims. Addressing their concerns was how Tighe’s journey to become one of the most trusted property-damage attorneys in the state of Florida began. Driven by the singular desire to help property owners get the full and fair settlements they deserve, Tighe and his firm have helped thousands of good people who previously had their damage claims denied recover from tragedy or reopen their business and continue to pursue their dreams. The firm also has helped a multitude of condo buildings and community associations resolve their complex insurance disputes.

Tighe and his firm pride themselves on providing a high level of concierge service to clients that goes beyond what many other firms provide, offering regular client updates and a dedicated client concierge who is always available to provide a case update. The firm has assisted property owners in Jupiter, Naples, Orlando, Bonita Springs, Marco Island, Port St. Lucie, Fort Myers, Daytona Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, and many other cities across the state. While Tighe’s service has been recognized by his peers in the legal community, what he finds most rewarding are the many thank you calls and letters from clients who can now fix their home or reopen their business. In addition to representing property owners in insurance claims cases, Daniel Tighe also provides legal counsel to victims in personal injury cases, funeral home negligence, rehab negligence, class actions, and other areas of consumer protection law.

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HEALTH CARE LAW

INSURANCE LAW

Eddie E. Stephens III Ward, Damon, Posner, Pheterson and Bleau, PL 4420 Beacon Cir. West Palm Beach 561-842-3000 warddamon.com

James Farrell Shutts & Bowen LLP 525 Okeechobee Blvd. Suite 1100 West Palm Beach 561-650-8539 shutts.com

Fred A. Cunningham Domnick Cunningham & Whalen 2401 PGA Blvd. Suite 140 Palm Beach Gardens 877-373-8842 dcwlaw.com

Caryn A. Stevens Ward, Damon, Posner, Pheterson and Bleau, PL 4420 Beacon Cir. West Palm Beach 561-842-3000 warddamon.com

March Hahn-Saperstein Akerman LLP 1875 N.W. Corporate Blvd. Suite 275 Boca Raton 561-862-4044 akerman.com

Alan C. Espy Alan C. Espy, P.A. 3300 P.G.A. Blvd. Suite 630 Palm Beach Gardens 561-627-4775 alanespylaw.com

C. Debra Welch The Law Firm of C. Debra Welch, P.A. 2701 PGA Blvd. Suite C Palm Beach Gardens 561-687-7900 thewelchlawfirm.com

Richard H. Levenstein Nason, Yeager, Gerson, Harris & Fumero, P.A. 3001 PGA Blvd. Suite 305 Palm Beach Gardens 561-686-3307 nasonyeager.com

Daniel C. Tighe Daniel C. Tighe, PA 330 Clematis St. Suite 222 West Palm Beach 855-567-7776 danielctighe.com

Ralph “R.T.” White The Law Office of R.T. White 4440 PGA Blvd. Suite 600 Palm Beach Gardens 561-623-5310 rtwhitelaw.com

Timothy E. Monaghan Shutts & Bowen LLP 525 Okeechobee Blvd. Suite 1100 West Palm Beach 561-650-8537 shutts.com

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW

Adam M. Zborowski The Law Offices of Nugent Zborowski 631 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite 402 North Palm Beach 561-844-1200 nugentlawfirm.com GOVERNMENT RELATIONS PRACTICE

Harvey E. Oyer III Shutts & Bowen LLP 525 Okeechobee Blvd. Suite 1100 West Palm Beach 561-650-8517 shutts.com

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IMMIGRATION LAW

Joseph W. Bain Shutts & Bowen LLP 525 Okeechobee Blvd. Suite 1100 West Palm Beach 561-650-8523 shutts.com

Rosemary E. Dailey Shutts & Bowen LLP 525 Okeechobee Blvd. Suite 1100 West Palm Beach 561-650-8576 shutts.com

Steven M. Greenberg Shutts & Bowen LLP 525 Okeechobee Blvd. Suite 1100 West Palm Beach 561-650-8538 shutts.com

Jeffrey A. Devore Devore Law Group, P.A. 4100 RCA Blvd. Suite 110 Palm Beach Gardens 561-478-5353 .devorelawgroup.com

Sean L. Ingram Ingram IP Law, P.A. 601 Heritage Dr. Suite 426 Jupiter 561-571-2529 ingramiplaw.com

Scott D. Devore Scott D. Devore, P.A. 4440 PGA Blvd. Suite 600 Palm Beach Gardens 561-623-5344 devore-legal.com

LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW

Christopher S. Duke Akerman LLP 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 1100 West Palm Beach 561-653-5000 akerman.com Bari L. Goldstein Ward, Damon, Posner, Pheterson and Bleau, PL 4420 Beacon Cir. West Palm Beach 561-842-3000 warddamon.com Eric A. Gordon Akerman LLP 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 1100 West Palm Beach 561-671-3651 akerman.com Holly Griffin Goodman Gunster 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 500E West Palm Beach 561-650-0697 gunster.com Robyn S. Hankins Law Office of Robyn S. Hankins 4600 Military Trl. Suite 217 Jupiter 561-721-3890 hankins-law.com Arlene K. Kline Akerman LLP 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 1100 West Palm Beach 561-653-5000 akerman.com I. Jeffrey Pheterson Ward, Damon, Posner, Pheterson and Bleau, PL 4420 Beacon Cir. West Palm Beach 561-842-3000 warddamon.com

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Kenneth Rehns Ward, Damon, Posner, Pheterson and Bleau, PL 4420 Beacon Cir. West Palm Beach 561-842-3000 warddamon.com Joseph G. Santoro Gunster 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 500E West Palm Beach 561-650-0605 gunster.com Cathleen Scott Scott Wagner & Associates, P.A. 250 S. Central Blvd. Suite 104-A Jupiter 561-653-0008 floridalaborlawyer.com

LAND USE AND ZONING LAW

Christopher P. Benvenuto Gunster 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 500E West Palm Beach 561-650-0541 gunster.com James M. Crowley Gunster 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 500E West Palm Beach 561-650-0652 gunster.com Harvey E. Oyer III Shutts & Bowen LLP 525 Okeechobee Blvd. Suite 1100 West Palm Beach 561-650-8517 shutts.com

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Brian M. Seymour Gunster 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 500E West Palm Beach 561-650-0621 gunster.com

Amy S.L. Terwilleger Gunster 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 500E West Palm Beach 561-650-0695 gunster.com

LEGAL MALPRACTICE LAW

MASS TORT LITIGATION/ CLASS ACTIONS

David P. Ackerman Akerman LLP 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 1100 West Palm Beach 561-273-5567 akerman.com

Steven G. Calamusa Gordon & Partners, P.A. 4114 Northlake Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-333-3333 fortheinjured.com

Nicole K. Atkinson Gunster 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 500E West Palm Beach 561-650-0561 gunster.com

Brenda S. Fulmer Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com

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CATHLEEN SCOTT SCOTT WAGNER AND ASSOCIATES, P.A. 250 S. Central Blvd. • Jupiter 561-653-0008 • scottwagnerlaw.com

Cathleen Scott, board-certified in labor and employment law, is the managing partner of Scott Wagner and Associates, P.A., a Jupiter-based firm practicing nationwide, specializing in employment litigation. The firm represents clients in the areas of employment, health care, and entertainment law. Scott is a lifelong Florida resident who grew up in Juno Beach. She and her husband, an emergency room physician, are both graduates of Palm Beach Gardens High School. They live in Jupiter, where they raised two children, both professional musicians. The firm handles entertainment issues such as copyright infringement, song licensing, contract review, and protection of intellectual property. Scott received a B.A. degree from Stetson University in 1993 and her J.D. degree from Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles in 1997. Scott holds a black belt in tae kwon do. She serves as president of the Jupiter Jazz society, a nonprofit organization. She actively lectures on employment and entertainment topics and is the former chair of the Florida Bar’s Labor and Employment Law Section.

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Leslie M. Kroeger Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC 11780 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite N500 Palm Beach Gardens 561-515-1400 cohenmilstein.com MEDICAL MALPRACTICE LAW

Theodore (Ted) Babbitt Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com Rosalyn “Sia” Baker-Barnes Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com F. Gregory Barnhart Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com

Brian R. Denney Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com

Stephan A. LeClainche Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC 11780 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite N500 Palm Beach Gardens 561-515-1400 cohenmilstein.com

Sean C. Domnick Domnick Cunningham & Whalen 2401 PGA Blvd. Suite 140 Palm Beach Gardens 877-373-8842 dcwlaw.com

Andrea A. Lewis Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com

Jordan A. Dulcie Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com

Bruce M. Ramsey Billing, Cochran, Lyles, Mauro & Ramsey, P.A. 1601 Forum Pl. Suite 400 West Palm Beach 561-659-5970 bchlm.com

Jack P. Hill Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley, PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com Nicholas C. Johnson Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC 11780 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite N500 Palm Beach Gardens 561-515-1400 cohenmilstein.com

Michael V. Baxter Schuler, Halvorson, Weisser, Zoeller & Overbeck P.A. 1615 Forum Pl. Floor 4 West Palm Beach 561-689-8180 shw-law.com

Darla L. Keen Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey & Fronrath 515 N. Flagler Dr. Floor 10 West Palm Beach 561-820-2266 foryourrights.com

Michelle DeLong Domnick Cunningham & Whalen 2401 PGA Blvd. Suite 140 Palm Beach Gardens 877-373-8842 dcwlaw.com

Nancy LaVista Clark, Fountain, La Vista, Prather & Littky-Rubin 1919 N. Flagler Dr. Floor 2 West Palm Beach 561-922-0258 clarkfountain.com

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John Scarola Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com Matthew K. Schwencke Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com Christian D. Searcy Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com Kevin C. Smith Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey & Fronrath 515 N. Flagler Dr. Floor 10 West Palm Beach 561-820-2232 foryourrights.com

Karen E. Terry Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS LAW

David G. Bates Gunster 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 500E West Palm Beach 561-650-0793 gunster.com Daivd J. Gellen Nason, Yeager, Gerson, Harris & Fumero, P.A. 3001 PGA Blvd Suite 305 Palm Beach Gardens 561-686-3307 nasonyeager.com Michael V. Mitrione Gunster 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 500E West Palm Beach 561-650-0553 gunster.com PERSONAL INJURY LITIGATION

Rosalyn “Sia” Baker-Barnes Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com Bill Bone Larmoyeux & Bone, P.L. 550 S. Quadrille Blvd. Suite 200 West Palm Beach 561-832-9434 lb-law.com

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Mark W. Clark Clark, Fountain, La Vista, Prather & Littky-Rubin 1919 N. Flagler Dr. Floor 2 West Palm Beach 561-922-0258 clarkfountain.com Brian R. Denney Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com Michael Dolce Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC 11780 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite N500 Palm Beach Gardens 561-515-1400 cohenmilstein.com Preston J. Fields Sr. Fields Law Firm, PLLC 11211 Prosperity Farms Rd. Suite C-301 Palm Beach Gardens 561-799-9910 fields-law.com Donald R. Fountain Jr. Clark, Fountain, La Vista, Prather & Littky-Rubin 1919 N. Flagler Dr. Floor 2 West Palm Beach 561-922-0258 clarkfountain.com Jeffrey F. Gordon Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith, PLLC 4800 N. Federal Hwy. Suite 205B Boca Raton 561-367-7799 lesserlawfirm.com Jason J. Guari Murray Guari Trial Attorneys PL 1525 N. Flagler Dr. Suite 100 West Palm Beach 561-366-9099 murrayguari.com

TOP LAWYERS

Michael S. Herman Britto & Herman, P.A. 601 Heritage Dr. Suite 152 Jupiter 561-835-5555 brittoherman.com Joseph B. Landy Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith, PLLC 101 Northpoint Pkwy. West Palm Beach 561-655-2028 lesserlawfirm.com Chris Larmoyeux Larmoyeux & Bone, P.L. 550 S. Quadrille Blvd. Suite 200 West Palm Beach 561-832-7430 lb-law.com Gary S. Lesser Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith, PLLC 101 Northpoint Pkwy. West Palm Beach 561-655-2028 lesserlawfirm.com Andrea A. Lewis Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com Jennifer Lipinski Gordon & Partners, P.A. 4114 Northlake Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-333-3333 fortheinjured.com Scott C. Murray Murray Guari Trial Attorneys PL 1525 N. Flagler Dr. Suite 100 West Palm Beach 561-366-9099 murrayguari.com David C. Prather Clark, Fountain, La Vista, Prather & Littky-Rubin 1919 N. Flagler Dr. Floor 2 West Palm Beach 561-922-0258 clarkfountain.com

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Edward V. Ricci Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com Matthew K. Schwencke Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com Christian D. Searcy Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com Karen E. Terry Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com Jeanmarie Whalen Domnick Cunningham & Whalen 2401 PGA Blvd. Suite 140 Palm Beach Gardens 877-373-8842 dcwlaw.com Daniel A. Zuniga Personal Injury of Florida 11211 Prosperity Farms Rd. Suite B201 Palm Beach Gardens 561-507-5700 personalinjuryofflorida.com PRODUCT LIABILITY LITIGATION

F. Gregory Barnhart Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com

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Mark W. Clark Clark, Fountain, La Vista, Prather & Littky-Rubin 1919 N. Flagler Dr. Floor 2 West Palm Beach 561-922-0258 clarkfountain.com

David C. Prather Clark, Fountain, La Vista, Prather & Littky-Rubin 1919 N. Flagler Dr. Floor 2 West Palm Beach 561-922-0258 clarkfountain.com

Donald R. Fountain Jr. Clark, Fountain, La Vista, Prather & Littky-Rubin 1919 N. Flagler Dr. Floor 2 West Palm Beach 561-922-0258 clarkfountain.com

Poorad Razavi Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC 11780 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite N500 Palm Beach Gardens 561-515-1400 cohenmilstein.com

Mariano Garcia Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com Lance C. Ivey Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey & Fronrath 515 N. Flagler Dr. Floor 10 West Palm Beach 561-820-2240 foryourrights.com Leslie M. Kroeger Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC 11780 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite N500 Palm Beach Gardens 561-515-1400 cohenmilstein.com Theodore J. Leopold Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC 11780 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite N500 Palm Beach Gardens 561-515-1400 cohenmilstein.com Shana Nogues Clark, Fountain, La Vista, Prather & Littky-Rubin 1919 N. Flagler Dr. Floor 2 West Palm Beach 561-922-0258 clarkfountain.com

Karen E. Terry Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com C. Calvin Warriner III Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA 2139 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-285-8745 searcylaw.com Ben J. Whitman Clark, Fountain, La Vista, Prather & Littky-Rubin 1919 N. Flagler Dr. Floor 2 West Palm Beach 561-922-0258 clarkfountain.com REAL ESTATE LAW

Rikki Lober Bagatell Shutts & Bowen LLP 525 Okeechobee Blvd. Suite 1100 West Palm Beach 561-650-8547 shutts.com Gregory R. Cohen Cohen Norris Wolmer Ray Telepman Berkowitz & Cohen 712 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite 400 North Palm Beach 561-844-3600 cohennorris.com

Kyle Felty Law Office of Kyle Felty, P.A. 1983 PGA Blvd. Suite 103 Palm Beach Gardens 561-507-0352 kylefelty.com Adam G. Gutin Nason, Yeager, Gerson, Harris & Fumero, P.A. 3001 PGA Blvd. Suite 305 Palm Beach Gardens 561-686-3307 nasonyeager.com Brian C. Hickey Nason, Yeager, Gerson, Harris & Fumero, P.A. 3001 PGA Blvd. Suite 305 Palm Beach Gardens 561-686-3307 nasonyeager.com Arthur J. Menor Shutts & Bowen LLP 525 Okeechobee Blvd. Suite 1100 West Palm Beach 561-650-8510 shutts.com Steven R. Parson Shutts & Bowen LLP 525 Okeechobee Blvd. Suite 1100 West Palm Beach 561-650-8557 shutts.com Michael J. Posner Ward, Damon, Posner, Pheterson and Bleau, PL 4420 Beacon Cir. West Palm Beach 561-842-3000 warddamon.com Adam R. Seligman Ward, Damon, Posner, Pheterson and Bleau, PL 4420 Beacon Cir. West Palm Beach 561-842-3000 warddamon.com

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Brian S. Bernstein Nason, Yeager, Gerson, Harris & Fumero, P.A. 3001 PGA Blvd. Suite 305 Palm Beach Gardens 561-686-3307 nasonyeager.com Michael D. Harris Nason, Yeager, Gerson, Harris & Fumero, P.A. 3001 PGA Blvd. Suite 305 Palm Beach Gardens 561-471-3507 nasonyeager.com TAX LAW

Alan H. Baseman Comiter, Singer, Baseman & Braun, LLP 3825 PGA Blvd. Suite 701 Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-2101 comitersinger.com Andrew R. Comiter Comiter, Singer, Baseman & Braun, LLP 3825 PGA Blvd. Suite 701 Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-2101 comitersinger.com Richard B. Comiter Comiter, Singer, Baseman & Braun, LLP 3825 PGA Blvd. Suite 701 Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-2101 comitersinger.com David M. Halpen Cummings & Lockwood LLC 11760 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite 502W Palm Beach Gardens 561-214-8508 cl-law.com

George E. Harding Nason, Yeager, Gerson, Harris & Fumero, P.A. 3001 PGA Blvd. Suite 305 Palm Beach Gardens 561-686-3307 nasonyeager.com Adi Rappoport Gunster 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 500E West Palm Beach 561-650-0551 gunster.com TRUSTS AND ESTATES

Elizabeth A. Bowers Gunster 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 500E West Palm Beach 561-650-0692 gunster.com Elaine Bucher Gunster 4855 Technology Way Suite 630 Boca Raton 561-961-8126 gunster.com Nicklaus J. Curley Gunster 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 500E West Palm Beach 561-650-0609 gunster.com Randell C. Doane Doane & Doane, P.A. 2979 PGA Blvd. Suite 201 North Palm Beach 561-656-0200 doaneanddoane.com Rebecca G. Doane Doane & Doane, P.A. 2979 PGA Blvd. Suite 201 North Palm Beach 561-656-0200 doaneanddoane.com

TOP LAWYERS

Edward Downey Downey | McElroy 3501 PGA Blvd. Suite 201 Palm Beach Gardens 561-691-2043 downeymcelroy.com

Steven A. Lessne Gunster 4855 Technology Way Suite 630 Boca Raton 561-961-8085 gunster.com

David A. Gart Shutts & Bowen LLP 525 Okeechobee Blvd. Suite 1100 West Palm Beach 561-650-8533 shutts.com

R. Lee McElroy IV Downey | McElroy 3501 PGA Blvd. Suite 201 Palm Beach Gardens 561-691-2043 downeymcelroy.com

David M. Halpen Cummings & Lockwood LLC 11760 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite 502W Palm Beach Gardens 561-214-8508 cl-law.com

John C. Moran Gunster 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 500E West Palm Beach 561-650-0515 gunster.com

Lisa Z. Hauser Comiter, Singer, Baseman & Braun, LLP 3825 PGA Blvd. Suite 701 Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-2101 comitersinger.com

Michael D. Simon Gunster 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 500E West Palm Beach 561-650-0677 gunster.com

William T. Hennessey Gunster 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 500E West Palm Beach 561-650-0663 gunster.com Jonathan D. Karp The Karp Law Firm 2875 PGA Blvd. Suite 100 Palm Beach Gardens 561-625-1100 karplaw.com Sasha A. Klein Ward, Damon, Posner, Pheterson and Bleau, PL 4420 Beacon Cir. West Palm Beach 561-842-3000 warddamon.com

Michael S. Singer Comiter, Singer, Baseman & Braun, LLP 3825 PGA Blvd. Suite 701 Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-2101 comitersinger.com VENTURE CAPITAL LAW

David G. Bates Gunster 777 S. Flagler Dr. Suite 500E West Palm Beach 561-650-0793 gunster.com WORKERS COMPENSATION LAW

Louis P. Pfeffer Pfeffer & Associates 250 S. Central Blvd. Suite 205 Jupiter 561-745-8011 pfefferlaw.com JANUARY 2022 | JUPITER

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Contact Tom Hughes 561.310.4422 & Jeremy Browne 561.379.9474 SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION

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The Leading Lady of Luxury Real Estate

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Exclusively Listed by Jennifer Hyland

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Jennifer Hyland TOP 1% OF FLORIDA AGENTS

& THE COUNTRY’S LARGEST REAL ESTATE NETWORK

The Finest Reputation in the Business, Built 'Brick by Brick' Over 20+ Years... - $2 Billion* in Closed Career Sales - $110 Million Closed in 2021 - Member, Master Brokers Forum

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The Bears Club custom estate building opportunities! Choose one of the last two remaining estate lots available in the most exclusive, privately gated community in Jupiter, Florida. From outside the walls one would not know the pristine 369 acre property exists. The two available properties are just under 1.5 acres each and the last available home sites, of only 61 custom estate lots.

Lot A ・ $3,975,000 | Lot B ・ $4,175,000 Lot A \\ 185 Bears Club Drive | Lot B \\ 183 Bears Club Drive

Listing presented by Jeremy Browne // 561.379.9474 Tom Hughes // 561.310.4422 Not intended to solicit currently listed property. © Compass Florida, LLC. Equal Housing Opportunity. All information furnished regarding property for sale or rent or regarding fi ancing is from sources deemed reliable, but Compass makes no warranty or representation as to the accuracy thereof. All property information is presented subject to errors, omissions, price changes, changed property conditions, and withdrawal of the property from the market,

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Matthias Fretz, Your Coastal Specialist Experience the Difference

H N l d With a deep understanding and passion for our waterways, Matthias brings an extra level of expertise when selling properties here in Northern Palm Beach County. Having sold over $250 million of local residential property*, setting countless local real estate records along the way, Matthias is well versed and connected within our luxury markets. Matthias' market knowledge is backed by the global giant Douglas Elliman, resulting in his properties selling for higher prices per square foot, closer to list price, and with fewer days on market than average. His direct connection with top producing agents and their communities in New York, New England, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, California, and other markets that support ours, is what creates the maximum amount of exposure for his listings.

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Hobe Sound | 8595 SE Palm Street | $5,998,000 | 5 BR, 5.5 BA New construction home on a truly unique direct intracoastal point lot offering approx. 250-feet of waterfront, brand new seawall and dockage for a yacht. Developed by Bright Homes. Web# RX-10737576

Newly Listed | Old Palm | Palm Beach Gardens | 11714 Tulipa Court $5,950,000 | 5 BR, 6.5 BA | Stunning, light and bright Montsorrel floor plan on desirable approximately half-acre lot with private water feature view. Web# RX-10760563

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North Palm Beach | 100 Lakeshore Drive, 1858 | $2,250,000 | This 18th floor residence commands the entire south end of Lake Point Tower, directly on the point of the Old Port Cove Peninsula. Web# RX-10759487

Hobe Sound | 11700 SE Shell Avenue, 1f, 1b, 2a | $1,000,000 per unit One-of-a-kind auto art gallery developed by Bright Homes. 12 luxury storage condos. 75% available. Web# RX-10729335

Sold | Jupiter Inlet Colony | 100 Lighthouse Drive | $11,500,000 6 BR, 8 BA,2 HALF BA | Represented the buyer.

Sold | Jupiter Island | 3 Harbor Way | $2,299,000* | Northern end of Jupiter Island buildable land with deeded beach access. Represented the seller.

Douglas Elliman Top Producer with over $250M in residential sales since 2016*** Ranked #6 Douglas Elliman Florida Realtor for Sales Volume in 2020**** Ranked #17 Douglas Elliman Realtor Nationwide in 2020**** Ranked #1 Douglas Elliman Agent in Jupiter in 2020**** Specializing in a wide range of properties in Palm Beach and Martin counties

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***BY 2020 DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE SALES VOLUME AND GROSS COMMISSION INCOME.

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The #1 Team in the Hamptons for 2020 by GCI and Transactions**

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Hara Kang

James Keogh

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Most Deals in the Hamptons by Transactions*

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*FOR ALL OF THE HAMPTONS IN 2020 ACCORDING TO REAL TRENDS + TOM FERRY. ** BASED ON 2020 GROSS COMMISSION INCOME AND NUMBER OF 2020 TRANSACTIONS AT DOUGLAS ELLIMAN. 2488 MAIN ST, P.O. BOX 1251, BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY 11932. 631.537.5900 © 2021 DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY.

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PRICES AND PROMOTIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. STATED DIMENSIONS AND SQUARE FOOTAGE ARE ESTIMATED AND SHOULD NOT BE USED AS REPRESENTATION OF THE HOME’S ACTUAL SIZE OR NET USABLE SQUARE FOOTAGE WHICH MAY BE LESS THAN THE ESTIMATED SQUARE FOOTAGE. ANY STATEMENT, VERBAL OR WRITTEN, REGARDING “UNDER AIR” OR “FINISHED AREA” OR ANY OTHER DESCRIPTION OR MODIFIER OF THE SQUARE FOOTAGE SIZE OF ANY HOME IS A

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P E R F E C T I O N 20 exclusive sites, 3 spacious floorplans, and 6 modern design options offer you an unparalleled lifestyle experience in JUPITER’S NEWEST DEVELOPMENT.

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Craig Heger says, “You never know who you’re going to meet in this business, so I believe in showing up in your best possible light. What better way to stand out than a perfectly tailored suit?!” To Craig it feels like he’s putting his superhero cape on and gets him in the right head space to do his absolute best every day. Just as he loves to dress, he takes the same pride in the details of marketing, listening to a client’s needs, and he always helps put on those final touches. Whether that’s designing a perfectly tailored suit or staging a luxury spec house, Craig is a pro at it.

Inspired by the teamwork, intelligence and communication of dolphins, we have proven our team as the best brokerage in Palm Beach County for 2 years running. Now with over 70 top agents and a support team that insures everything happens the way it should, we make real estate look like fun.

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Scan this with your phone and lean more about Craig, our newest projects and available homes, or how you can become a part of the fastest growing Real Estate Brokerage in Palm Beach County.

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ANDREW LEVY JUPITER LIVE IT LOVE IT SELL IT

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MARIE ROSNER

Luxury Home Specialist

Jupiter Inlet Colony, Jupiter Island, Jupiter and Tequesta

EXPERIENCE KNOWLEDGE RESULTS

Call today for a market report!

561.371.8451

Marie.Rosner@Elliman.com Originally from Kentucky, Marie Rosner has been a resident of Palm Beach County for 32 years and has been licensed in commercial and residential real estate for 30 years. During those years, she particularly enjoyed her relationships with customers in her hometown of Jupiter Inlet Colony. Rosner has a reputation for getting the best value for customers. In the last 18 months, she has been able to sell her clients’ properties at 30-40 percent above comp. On the other side of the transaction, Rosner works tirelessly using her local knowledge to secure the best property solution for clients and their families. She has a wealth of local and current knowledge. 2020 was another award-winning year for Rosner, and she is continuing to enjoy similar success in 2021. She is involved in her local community and is an ardent tennis player. In her spare time, Rosner supports numerous charitable organizations and continues to foster relationships that she has built over nearly three decades in Palm Beach County.

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LAWRENCE A. MOENS ASSOCIATES, INC. “Specializing In Palm Beach’s Finest Residential Properties.” 245 Sunrise Avenue • Palm Beach, Florida 33480 (561) 655-5510 • Fax: (561) 655-6744 www.moensrealestate.com

MODERN DIRECT WATERFRONT PALM BEACH, FLORIDA

A north-end contemporary Caribbean compound surrounded by water. Several bedrooms with custom interior appointments throughout this special very unique residence. Hundreds of linear feet along the inlet with deep dune and direct oceanfront lands. Over 11,000 (gross) square feet and the very best available. Call us for further details or a private viewing.

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11714 Tulipa Court, Palm Beach Gardens Offered by Matthias Fretz Realtor Associate, M 561.676.3824 at $5,950,000 Web# RX-10760563

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Brokerage in Palm Beach County with Over $4.2 Billion in Total Sales Volume *

elliman.com 900 EAST ATLANTIC AVENUE, 1 & 2, DELRAY BEACH, FL 33483. 561.278.5570.© 2022 DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE. ALL MATERIAL PRESENTED HEREIN IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. WHILE, THIS INFORMATION IS BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT, IT IS REPRESENTED SUBJECT TO ERRORS, OMISSIONS, CHANGES OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. EQUAL *AS RANKED BY BROKERMETRICS® SOURCE: FLEXMLS FOR TOTAL SALES VOLUME AND MARKET SHARE IN PALM BEACH COUNTY HOUSING OPPORTUNITY. 1/1/21 TO 11/16/21.

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Mike Ivancevic NORTHERN PALM BEACH COUNTY WATERFRONT SPECIALIST

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OVER 50 PROPERTIES SOLD IN 2021

EXPERIENCE, PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AND INTEGRITY

JUST LISTED .58 ACRES WATERFRONT LOT ON THE LOXAHATCHEE RIVER $2,490,000

WATERFRONT TOWNHOME IN PBG 11470 KIDD LANE ASKING $1,315,000 3 Bed/3 Bath | 1 Car Garage 2000+ Interior Sq. Ft.

PENDING REPRESENTING THE BUYER UNDISCLOSED LOCATION OFF MARKET IN WEST PALM BEACH ASKING $4.5M

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FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY’S HARRIET L. WILKES HONORS COLLEGE PRESENTS

Featuring:

Starry Nights AUTHOR SERIES

Please join Wilkes Honors College Dean Justin Perry, Ph.D., for an exclusive series of presentations and readings from today’s brightest literary stars

and special guest speaker: Joyce Carol Oates April 1, 2022 Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Jupiter

Versatile and accomplished American writer, Joyce Carol Oates, has penned many books, bestselling novels, critically acclaimed collections of short fiction, as well as essays, plays, poetry, a memoir, “A Widow’s Story,” and an unlikely bestseller, “On Boxing.” She is the Roger S. Berlind Distinguished Professor of the Humanities at Princeton University, and since 1978, a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

Leslie Gray Streeter January 26, 2022

Patricia Engel February 16, 2022

Ayse Papatya Bucak March 2, 2022

Space is limited, registration required. For more information, visit: FAU.edu/honors/starrynights/ Florida Atlantic University at Jupiter, John D. MacArthur Campus, 5353 Parkside Drive, Jupiter, FL 33458

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COURTESY OF TOMMY BAHAMA

The Blue My Mind with muddled blueberries, passion fruit juice, scratch lemonade, and club soda

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of Tommy Bahama restaurants. “The popular Blue My Mind combines muddled blueberries and passion fruit juice. The ingredients are shaken with ice, finished with scratch lemonade, and topped with club soda. Says Aspaas: “The sweetness of freshly muddled blueberries is the perfect counterpoint to the tart and tangy passion fruit juice, and it makes for a perfectly refreshing zero-proof option.” tommybahama.com —Mark Spivak JANUARY 2022 | JUPITER

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simply but also make everything intensely flavorful. He’s open-minded and innovative, which are great qualities for a chef to have.” The menu reads like a roll call of classic Italian dishes. Many old favorites have been retained, such as chicken Parmesan and the 14-ounce veal chop. Popular items include snapper oreganata and the arrabbiata pizza—a spicy pie with a tomato sauce spiked with Calabrian chilis and topped with pepperoni, smoked mozzarella, and basil-infused extra virgin olive oil. The wine list features a mix of selections from California and northern Italy alongside classic cocktails such as the bellini and negroni, plus rotating seasonal specials such as a pumpkin spice martini and harvest sangria. Many of the elements that created the original Prezzo’s high-energy vibe have been carried over as well. The restaurant seats 100 diners indoors and another 75 outside with bars in both locations. The famous happy hour and bar bites menu are offered daily, and there’s live music on the patio every Friday and Saturday. Oenophiles will appreciate “Wine Wednesday,” which offers a 50-percent discount on bottles up to $100 and 25 percent off on wines over that amount. Pozzuoli’s concept of hospitality is simple: Make guests feel welcome and special. Says Pozzuoli: “We tell our team to always find a way to say yes. Christina and I love what we do, and we really enjoy watching employees grow into their roles. We’re fortunate to be able to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, and all the other high points of our customers’ lives with them. We look forward to becoming part of the community and participating in festivals, fundraisers, and charity events.” 4520 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; eatprezzo.com; 561.429.6938

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You are invited to join Friends of Manatee Lagoon for a magical evening of music, manatees, and more. Live at the Lagoon is our new nonprofit’s inaugural event, and an opportunity to meet friends and neighbors similarly committed to protecting our area’s most treasured assets. Our Special Guest – Jessica Harvey Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation

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ith an authentic Tex-Mex menu and a collection of more than 100 artisan tequilas and mezcals, the new Cactus Grille & Tequila Bar is bringing border cuisine to The Shops of Donald Ross Village. Owned and operated by Jupiter family Jason and Beth Brown and their children Jordan, Olivia, and Callahan, the restaurant was inspired by the family’s original Cactus Grille in Providence, Rhode Island. The renovation of the former Burger Bar space includes a new dining room, bar, lounge, 20-seat private dining room, and outdoor terrace. “Our vision is for Cactus Grille & Tequila Bar to be a destination—a place for families to gather for a great meal and for friends to gather for the great atmosphere,” says Jordan. The menu blends inventive tacos and burritos with entrées such as Mexican seafood stew and paper-wrapped Scottish salmon. The tequila list includes a full range of expressions from producers such as Casa Noble, Clase Azul, Don Julio, and Patron, along with a wide range of mezcal from boutique distilleries. Guests may design their own flight for $30 by combining three one-ounce pours. Jay Cross is the general manager, and the kitchen is helmed by veteran Bill Rosenberg, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America and most recently executive chef at NoMa Social in New Rochelle, New York. Rosenberg brings several decades of experience to the task of re-creating the Brown family recipes and adding innovations of his own. His favorite combination? Don Julio Añejo with the chicken a la pimientos (chicken breast with toasted garlic, pickled chilis, fresh lemon juice, white wine, and parsley butter. thecactusgrille.com —Mark Spivak

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1000 NORTH The Jupiter Lighthouse serves as the backdrop for Chef Jason Van Bomel’s global takes on classic dishes. Elegant environs and more than 40 rare wines by the glass complete the picture. 1000 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; 1000north.com; 561.570.1000 BARCELLO With pasta selections ranging from pad Thai to rigatoni, and pizza toppings varying from ahi tuna and wasabi drizzle to prosciutto, Barcello’s menu is one of the most unique in Palm Beach County. 11603 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; barcellonpb.com; 561.660.8222 BEACON Love Street’s upscale eatery offers coastal cuisine with a Mediterranean flair. 1107 Lighthouse Promenade, Jupiter; thebeaconjupiter.com; 561.532.3280 BLUEFIRE GRILLE Located at Palm Beach Gardens Marriott, this American restaurant features Florida-inspired fare and beautiful views of nature. 4000 RCA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; marriott.com; 561.622.8888 BRICK & BARREL Gastropub serving locally sourced, farm-to-table fare made from scratch by Chef David Schroeder. Enjoy an array of dishes, from poutine with bone marrow gravy to buttermilk chicken sandwiches, that pair well with an extensive bar menu featuring barrel-aged cocktails and seasonal sips. 1153 Town Center Drive Suite 101, Jupiter; brickandbarrelpub.com; 561.623.0916 CAFÉ CHARDONNAY Chef-owner Frank Eucalitto has augmented the menu with influences from Latin America and Asia, using local fish and produce, plus an extensive wine list. 4533 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; cafechardonnay.com; 561.627.2662 COOLINARY This newly expanded space by Tim and Jenny Lipman features the Parched Pig bar concept combined with a kitchen to serve up creative cuisine. 4580 Donald Ross Road, Palm Beach Gardens; thecoolpig.com; 561.249.6760 FARMER’S TABLE A community restaurant offering a variety of dishes for all types of diners. Enjoy brunch, happy hour, and dinner with outstanding beverages, including garden-to-glass cocktails and elixirs. 951 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach, dinefarmerstable.com; 561.691.3430 J. ALEXANDER’S This sleek chain offers modern American cuisine in contemporary settings—a reliable choice when having trouble deciding where to eat dinner. 4625 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; jalexanders.com; 561.694.2711 JUNO BEACH CAFE This family-owned restaurant has been serving breakfast and lunch for more than two decades. Fill up on flapjacks, waffles, or crepes in the morning and come back for soup, salad, or a sandwich at lunch. 13967 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; junobeachcafe.com; 561.622.1533 JUPITER RINALDI’S Stop by this deli for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Rinaldi’s serves up breakfast specials all day in addition to ultimate options for sandwiches, pasta dishes, and even protein smoothies. 245 Toney Penna Drive, Jupiter; rinaldisjupiter.com; 561.781.3160 KIRBY’S SPORTS GRILLE This 16-year-old establishment in Juno Beach offers award-winning crab cakes and a famous happy hour. 841 Donald Ross Road, Juno Beach; kirbysonline.com; 561.627.8000 KITCHEN NORTH A contemporary American Brasserie brought to town by Chef Matthew Byrne and wife Aliza. This sister concept to their West Palm Beach outpost features elevated twists on classic dishes. 5250 Donald Ross Road Suite 100, Palm Beach Gardens; kitchenpb.com; 561.328.8825 MRS. SMOKEY’S REAL PIT BAR-B-Q For authentic pit barbecue and soul food to boot, Mrs. Smokey’s offers ribs and brisket and sides of corn, collards, and coleslaw. Grab a platter or combo and get a fried biscuit too. 5430 Military Trail, Jupiter; mrssmokeys.com; 561.557.3800

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OLD FLORIDA BAR & GRILL Offering selections “for everyone,” dishes range from seafood and steaks to flatbreads and salads. 250 W. Indiantown Road Suite 101, Jupiter; oldfloridabarandgrill.com; 561.203.2302 SALUTE MARKET Enjoy delicious pours of reasonably priced wines paired with a fusion of flavors in the form of goat cheese-stuffed dates to turkey pesto sandwiches to braised short rib. 5530 PGA Blvd. Suite 101, Palm Beach Gardens; salute2u.com; 561.425.5651 THE BISTRO A cozy bistro with a lush patio offering American eats with a European twist. Enjoy cuisine from a rack of lamb to lobster ravioli. 2133 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; thebistrojupiter.com; 561.744.5054 THE CHEESECAKE FACTORY A recognizable American chain offering large portions from a vast menu and, of course, cheesecake galore. 11800 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave., Palm Beach Gardens; thecheesecakefactory.com; 561.776.3711 THE CONNECTION FOR SUBS AND SANDWICHES A Jupiter favorite since 1974, The Connection provides subs, salads, soups, and chili to hungry locals. In addition to subs, there are also delectable specialty items like spaghetti and meatballs and chicken cordon bleu. 141 Center St. Suite 2, Jupiter; jupitersubsherosgrinders.com; 561.746.2344 THE COOPER Sustainable, environmentally conscious food in a contemporary setting, with unparalleled service. The menu is inspired by fresh ingredients that are locally sourced and mindfully prepared. Artisan cocktails, wines, and microbrewed draft beers are a huge draw at its indoor and outdoor bars. 4610 PGA Blvd. Suite 100, Palm Beach Gardens; thecooperrestaurant.com; 561.622.0032 THE WOODS Located at Harbourside Place, The Woods is Tiger Woods’ flagship restaurant and sports bar. Refuel on sophisticated dishes like lamb with an espresso rub and chocolate cherry gastrique or grab a cigar and a drink to unwind. 129 Soundings Ave., Jupiter; thewoods.tigerwoods.com; 561.320.9627 TIKI 52 This waterfront bar and grill serves up favorites and will even cook your catch. A sunny, colorful place for live music and good eats. 18487 SE Federal Hwy., Tequesta; tiki52tequesta.com; 561.744.9113 TOO JAY’S At this Florida chain, enjoy homemade comfort foods and Jewish deli favorites like matzo-ball soup and corned beef. 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave., Palm Beach Gardens; 561.622.8131; 4050 U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; 561.627.5555; toojays.com TOPSIDE AT THE BEACON This rooftop bar offers stunning views of the lighthouse and inlet. The small plates menu features Basque-inspired bites and an extensive wine and beer list. 1107 Lighthouse Promenade, Jupiter;

topsidejupiter.com; 561.532.3270 YARD HOUSE Known for its unique and plentiful tap options, Yard House offers an electric atmosphere and an array of hearty American entrées. 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave. Suite 4016, Palm Beach Gardens; yardhouse.com; 561.691.6901

ASIAN HOKKAIDO HIBACHI & SUSHI Enjoy dinner and a show at the hibachi grill and savor fish from Japan at the sushi bar. 1200 Town Center Drive Suite 125, Jupiter; hokkaidohibachi.com; 561.799.7999 HONG KONG WOK N GRILL This Chinese restaurant puts a modern twist on classic dishes. 185 E. Indiantown Road Suite 217, Jupiter; hongkongwokngrill.com; 561.746.6798 KABUKI For an intimate night out, come for traditional and modern sushi in a dimly lit environment. 5080 PGA Blvd. Suite 105, Palm Beach Gardens; kabukiwpb.com; 561.776.8778 SUSHI JO Miami native Joseph Clark’s local chain offers a large selection of classic sushi options as well as hot Thai foods and Asian-inspired desserts. 14261 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; sushijo.com; 561.691.9811 TALAY THAI CUISINE Chef Charlie Soo blends power and delicacy to create beautifully traditional Thai and Japanese dishes, without compromising either culture’s distinct tastes. 7100 Fairway Drive, Palm Beach Gardens; thaipalmbeachgardens.com; 561.691.5662 THAI LOTUS Stunning sushi and Thai dishes accompanied by a stylish, contemporary atmosphere make Thai Lotus a can’t-miss at any of their three locations. 201 N. U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite C4, Jupiter; 561.320.9121; 137 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta; 561.743.0069; 12100 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; 561.626.8218; thailotusflorida.com UNCLE JOE’S CHINESE RESTAURANT With an enormous menu, you’ll find something to love from Uncle Joe’s Chinese Restaurant. The casual spot offers a wide selection of classic Chinese food items like lo mein, spring rolls, and dim sum. 4367 Northlake Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; unclejoeschinesefood.com; 561.799.9883

CAFÉ ANGRY MOON CAFÉ AND WINE BAR Enjoy craft dishes prepared with high-quality, flavorful meats, cheeses, and vegetables as you sip on a selection of wines and coffee in a robust, charming atmosphere. 2401 PGA Blvd. Suite 194, Palm Beach Gardens; angrymooncafe.com; 561.694.7945 PERK COFFEE HOUSE California meets Florida in this café serving

specialty drinks and a deliciously healthy menu with vast vegan options—all in a bright atmosphere. 384 Tequesta Drive, Tequesta; perkcoffeetequesta.com; 561.406.5551 SUBCULTURE COFFEE JUPITER Moody and antique coffee shop with a traditional drink menu, breakfast sandwiches and toasts, smoothies, and acai bowls. Don’t miss the special music and trivia events. 107 Front St., Jupiter; subculturecoffee.com; 561.320.6005 TEAPOTS & TREASURES CAFÉ Teahouse with a selection of teas and beverages served by the pot, a menu including sandwiches, soups, and salads, and multiple tea services to choose from for a more elaborate affair. 14137 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; teapotsandtreasurescafe.com; 561.881.0447

CAJUN/CREOLE VOODOO BAYOU From the team that brought Calaveras Cantina to the area, Voodoo Bayou offers Cajun biscuits, fried chicken, gator bites, and more. 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave. Suite 5095, Palm Beach Gardens; voodoobayou.com; 561.888.6703

FRENCH CAFÉ DES ARTISTES Traditional French cooking, from bistro fare to elegant dinners, served waterfront in the heart of Jupiter Yacht Club Marina. 318 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; cafedesartistesfrenchbistro.com; 561.747.0998 PARIS IN TOWN This casual outpost offers pastries, crepes, and more in an authentic French setting. 11460 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; parisintown.com; 561.626.6017 THE PARISIAN RESTAURANT & WINE BAR Exclusive French wines and updated classics like coq au vin served in a relaxing ambience. The elegant desserts are worth saving room for. 201 N. U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite D9, Jupiter; theparisianrestaurant.com; 561.360.2224

GREEK/MEDITERRANEAN MANA GREEK FUSION Laz and Anna Chasomeris bring their Greek family recipes to life inside this Mediterranean eatery. Ingredients are flown in from Greece and turned into favorites like pastitsio, mousaka, and cheesecake baklava. 117 N. Coastal Way, Jupiter; managreekfusion.com; 561.532.4275 MR. GYRO’S GREEK AND MEDITERRANEAN GRILL Local chain serving Greek and Mediterranean fare including gyros, pitas, entrées, appetizers, soups, and sides. 6689 W. Indiantown Road, Jupiter; 561.748.5407; 10901 N. Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens; 561.627.3979; mrgyrosflorida.com

ABOUT THIS GUIDE This list is compiled by our editors as a service to our readers. It is not all-inclusive; we rotate the listings to comply with available space, which means not every establishment appears in every issue. If you are a business owner who would like to submit your restaurant, please email mpuppo@palmbeachmedia.com.

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Flavor OLIVE U MEDITERRANEAN GRILL Fast and fresh Mediterranean fare—stop in for a bowl, appetizers, or a family dinner, finished off with baklava. 2632 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; oliveugrill.com; 561.500.0103 SOUVLAKI FAST Created to serve fresh food fast, Souvlaki has you covered with delicious pitas, salads, platters, soups, and sides—plus some American fare as well. 8910 N. Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens; souvlakifast.com; 561.855.4732 THE GREAT GREEK MEDITERRANEAN GRILL Greek chain offering all the classic Greek cravings and sides. 11300 Legacy Ave. Suite 120, Palm Beach Gardens; thegreatgreekgrill.com; 561.360.2748

STAGE Chef Pushkar Marathe delivers flavor-forward Indian cuisine with influence from all over the world. Staples like curries are complemented by lentil fritters, Korean barbecue ribs, fried chicken, and more. An on-site garden provides fresh herbs and botanicals for creative cocktails. 2000 PGA Blvd. Suite 5502, Palm Beach Gardens; stagepga.com; 561.408.3685

ITALIAN ANTHONY’S COAL FIRED PIZZA Known for quality pizza and Italian soul food, Anthony’s also impresses with popular favorites like meatballs with ricotta and margherita pizza. 2680 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; acfp.com; 561.804.7777 BALDINO’S ITALIAN RESTAURANT Family-run casual eatery serving pasta dishes, pizza, and authentic Philly cheesesteaks. 791 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta; baldinositalianrestaurant.com; 561.743.4224 BRIO A warm and relaxed eatery featuring Tuscaninspired grill fare, wine, and cocktails. 3101 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; brioitalian.com; 561.622.0491 BUONASERA RISTORANTE Classic and perfectly executed Northern Italian dishes in an intimate setting. The stellar wine list accompanies the deft and elegant cooking of Chef Leonardo Cuomo. 2145 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; buonaserajupiter1993.com; 561.744.0543 CARMINES COAL FIRED PIZZA Committed to delivering a true Italian experience a la Florence or Milan, this casual restaurant cooks its pizzas in a 900-degree coal-fired oven, producing a perfectly crispy crust. 4575 Military Trail Suite 101, Jupiter; carminescfp.com; 561.340.3930 CASA MIA TRATTORIA & PIZZERIA Featuring only authentic Italian, from-scratch recipes made with quality ingredients—including wood-fired pizzas, seafood pastas, and delectable desserts—Casa Mia specializes in every aspect of Italian cooking. 337 E. Indiantown Road Suite E10, Jupiter; casamiajupiter.com; 561.972.6888 EVO ITALIAN Chef Erik Pettersen uses only the freshest and finest ingredients available, including Italian imports such as extra virgin olive oil, San Marzano

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tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella, and a variety of olives and aged Italian cheeses. 150 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta; evoitalian.com; 561.745.2444 GIOVANNI’S Experience old-world Italian fare in a quaint bistro setting. Find your favorite pasta entrée from more than two dozen different options. 3900 Northlake Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; giovannisristorante.net; 561.799.7998 LA MASSERIA La Masseria brings a taste of Italy from its original location in the heart of Manhattan to sunny South Florida. 5520 PGA Blvd. Suite 104, Palm Beach Gardens; lamasseriapbg.com; 561.660.8272 LIMONCELLO RISTORANTE Upscale Italian restaurant serving fresh pastas made in-house, meats, seafood, and celebrated Italian classics. The wine list features something to complement every dish. 2000 PGA Blvd. Suite 3110, Palm Beach Gardens; limoncellopbg.com; 561.622.7200 NICK & JOHNNY’S OSTERIA Enjoy classic Italian dishes and specialty pizzas, all available along with seafood options such as cod, salmon, and shrimp. 14133 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; nickandjohnnysosteria.com; 561.318.5466 NONNA MARIA This high-concept Italian restaurant features dishes with a French twist. The interiors feature white tablecloths, allowing the meal to take center stage. Dinner includes three-course prix-fixe meals, twocourse dines, and a la carte options. 529 Northlake Blvd., North Palm Beach; nonnamarianpb.com; 561.863.6584 PORTOBELLO CUCINA ITALIANA Portobello feels like a home away from home with its top-notch hospitality and the aroma of spices and authentic Italian cooking. 351 U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; portobellojupiter.com; 561.748.3224 PROSECCO CAFÉ Prosecco Café delivers contemporary sustainable cuisine with Mediterranean and Asian accents. Dive into fresh baked goods, salads, sandwiches and flatbreads, tapas, creamy gelato, and a wide

selection of coffee, Prosecco, wine, and beer. 4580 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; proseccocafe.com; 561.622.3222 SAL’S ITALIAN RISTORANTE Immerse yourself in an atmosphere designed to be reminiscent of a small Italian village as you dine on the self-proclaimed “best pizza and Italian Food in South Florida.” 11290 Legacy Ave., Palm Beach Gardens; 561.296.0800; 5500 N. Military Trail Suite 48, Jupiter; 561.493.8777; salsitalianristorante.com UNCLE EDDIE’S RISTORANTE A native New Yorker and restaurateur, owner Eddie Lubic’s passion for authentic Italian cuisine has been passed down through generations. Savor dishes in a comfortable and attractive space. 4050 S. U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite 307, Jupiter; uncleeddiesristorante.com; 561.508.7799

LATIN AMERICAN/CUBAN CEVICHE ARIGATO A cross between Peruvian and Japanese cuisines, this third-generation outpost offers dishes as expansive as the cultures it represents. Choose from tapas, ceviches, and classic dishes like lomo saltado (traditional Peruvian stir fry consisting of marinated sirloin, onion, tomatoes, and French fries). 1447 10th St., Lake Park; cevichearigato.com; 561.863.8877 COPACABANA CUBAN CUISINE Family-owned restaurant that blends Cuban and Caribbean cuisines in a tropical setting. 1209 Main St. Suite 101, Jupiter; copacabanacubancuisine.com; 561.360.3378 LA ESQUINA GUATEMALTECA While unassuming from the outside, La Esquina has a hold on the best, most authentic Guatemalan cuisine in the area, plus exceptional service. 208 Hibiscus St., Jupiter; facebook.com/laesquina208; 561.768.9137 PERU WOK This dream of three Peruvian friends gives new meaning to Peruvian flavor. With a daily rotating special of hot dishes, there are plenty of options to choose from. Try classic plates like leche de tigre

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(diced fish, marinated in ceviche broth and served in a cocktail glass) and chaufa, a Peruvian fried rice served with sesame seeds and veggies with a choice of protein. 711 W. Indiantown Road Suite B7, Jupiter; facebook.com/peruwokcuisine; 561.745.0058

MEXICAN AVOCADO CANTINA The latest venture from Chef Julien Gremaud, Avocado Cantina features the same vibe but with a Mexican flair. 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave., Palm Beach Gardens; avocadocantina.com; 561.766.2430 BLUE WATER TACO CO. This local eatery features inspirations from Baja, the Caribbean, and the Palm Beaches. 2525 Military Trail Suite 105, Jupiter; bluewatertaco.com; 561.277.9954 CALAVERAS CANTINA Located at Harbourside Place, Calaveras Cantina provides a festive setting for Mexican staples like street corn, enchiladas, and churros. 125 Dockside Circle, Jupiter; calaverascantinas.com; 561.320.9661 EL FOGONCITO Immerse yourself in the Mexican culture with not only authentic Mexican fare, but also traditional clothing, furniture, and cookery. 711 W. Indiantown Road Suite C4, Jupiter; elfogoncitorestaurant.com; 561.250.6295 PAPICHULO TACOS Mexican street-style food inspired by Mexico, Cuba, Peru, and Argentina, plus a bar stocked with fresh juices, tequila, and cocktails. 1556 U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; papichulotacos.com; 561.250.7274

ROCCO’S TACOS & TEQUILA BAR Every day is Cinco de Mayo at Rocco Mangel’s highenergy Mexican-themed eatery. 5090 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; roccostacos.com; 561.623.0127 SABOR LATINO RESTAURANT Dine in a relaxed environment while noshing on Latin American fare. Dishes are inspired by food from Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia, Spain, Peru, and Argentina. 4391 Northlake Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; saborlatinorestaurants.com; 561.202.6948 SURF TACO Good vibes accompany good food. Besides the chicken and beef options, add cod, mahi, or salmon to your tacos, burritos, wraps, or bowls and enjoy the laid-back atmosphere at this coastal-inspired Mexican restaurant. 4050 U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; surftaco.com; 561.508.7679 TACO CHULA Try a range of informal Mexican dishes in the colorful indoor dining area or outside on the patio. Customize your tacos and burritos, from the filling to the toppings. 10800 N. Military Trail Suite 108, Palm Beach Gardens; tacochula.com; 561.530.7755

SEAFOOD CAPTAIN CHARLIE’S REEF GRILL Sip cocktails at the bar or enjoy seafood tacos, and salads at this casual favorite of locals. 12846 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; captaincharliesreefgrillfl.com; 561.624.9924 CHOWDER HEADS A casual eatery with traditional New England

seafood dishes like lobster rolls and clam chowder. 2123 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; chowderheadsusa.com; 561.203.2903 COD AND CAPERS SEAFOOD MARKET AND CAFÉ A daily market and restaurant in one, Cod and Capers sells fresh fish to bring home or to enjoy in-house. 1201 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; codandcapers.com; 561.622.0963 COOL’A FISHBAR This cozy, tropical grill serves only fresh and locally sourced seafood dishes, with options including swordfish, mahi, salmon, snapper, shrimp, and more. 11340 Legacy Ave. Suite E-100, Palm Beach Gardens; coolafishbar.com; 561.622.2227 DIVE BAR Dine on the water at the Jupiter Yacht Club Marina along the Jupiter Riverwalk or sit at the open-air bar surrounding a large saltwater aquarium. 318 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; divebarrestaurant.com; 561.747.4767 FIREFIN GRILL FireFin features award-winning sushi, fine-aged steaks, and craft cocktails. 2401 PGA Blvd. Suite 160, Palm Beach Gardens; firefingrill.com; 561.472.7900 FRIGATE’S WATERFRONT BAR & GRILL Dine on catches like snapper, grouper, and more. 400 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; frigatesnpb.com; 561.855.7497 GUANABANAS Guanabanas has become an institution for its lush, tropical setting, Caribbean cuisine, cocktails, and live music. 960 N. Hwy. A1A, Jupiter; guanabanas.com; 561.747.8878

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Flavor JETTY’S WATERFRONT RESTAURANT The stunning views overlooking the Jupiter Lighthouse paired with fresh seafood make Jetty’s a winner. 1075 N. Hwy. A1A, Jupiter; jettysjupiter.com; 561.743.8166 JUMBY BAY ISLAND GRILL Jumby’s is known for tropical-inspired dishes, cocktails, a dog-friendly patio, and its relaxed beach house feel. 1203 Town Center Drive Suite 101, Jupiter; jumbybayislandgrill.com; 561.630.2030 JUNO BEACH FISH HOUSE Seafood and fresh catches get a Florida and Caribbean twist at this mosaic-filled spot with indoor and outdoor seating. 13980 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; junobeachfishhouse.com; 561.626.2636 KE’E GRILL Sit at the bamboo bar for drinks or enjoy seafood, steak, and chops among the tropical Hawaiianinspired decor. 14020 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; keegrilljunobeach.com; 561.776.1167 LITTLE MOIR’S FOOD SHACK Come to this casual locals’ favorite and enjoy some of the freshest and most creatively prepared seafood in the area. Head next door to Maxi’s Lineup after for live music and beer. 103 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite D3, Jupiter; littlemoirsjupiter.com; 561.741.3626 LITTLE MOIR’S LEFTOVERS CAFE Grab a craft beer or glass of wine while enjoying the daily catch or other seafood dishes. Make sure to leave room for one of the dessert options, all served with berries, whipped cream, and toasted coconut. 451 University Blvd., Jupiter; littlemoirsjupiter.com; 561.627.6030 LOLA’S SEAFOOD EATERY Enjoy New England–inspired seafood like fried clams and scallops, oysters, and pasta dishes in a lively setting. 4595 Northlake Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; 561.622.2259; 181 U.S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta; 561.406.5000; lolasseafood.com LUCKY SHUCK OYSTER BAR & TAPHOUSE Enjoy Gulf Coast cuisine, with a raw oyster bar and fresh fish and shellfish, as well as Southern-inspired specialties such as crawfish gumbo. 1116 Love St., Jupiter; luckyshuckjupiter.com; 561.532.3331 SCHOONER’S SEAFOOD This casual, family-friendly spot offers a seafoodoriented bar and grill; a Jupiter landmark since 1984. 1001 N. Hwy. A1A, Jupiter; schoonersjupiter.com; 561.746.7558 SINCLAIR’S OCEAN GRILL This eatery overlooks the Jupiter Beach Resort pool and serves locally sourced seafood. 5 N. Hwy. A1A, Jupiter; sinclairsoceangrill.com; 561.745.7120 SPOTO’S OYSTER BAR & BLUEPOINT LOUNGE An authentic oyster bar serving exquisitely prepared fresh seafood delivered daily from the cold north Atlantic waters. 4560 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; spotos.com; 561.776.9448 SQUARE GROUPER TIKI BAR This local landmark is a little piece of paradise with wide views of the Jupiter Inlet and its famous lighthouse. Relish drinks and casual fare while watching top local acts hit the stage and boats sail by. 1111 Love St., Jupiter; squaregrouper.net; 561.406.6417 THE CATCH SEAFOOD & SUSHI Who doesn’t love a laid-back, tiki-hut style bistro to kick off the weekend? Head over for seaside views paired with seafood and cocktails. 766 Northlake

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SPANISH ANDALUCIA TAPAS BAR This Spanish tapas concept is located in Jupiter and Tequesta, offering croquetas, cured meats, seafood and meat entrées, and paellas. Live Latin music and flamenco shows set the scene. 5187 Tequesta Drive, Tequesta; andaluciatapasbar.com; 561.406.6509 PORTOFINO BISTRO MEDITERRANEO A mix of Italian and Spanish, Portofino’s blends favorites from both cuisines like calamari alla griglia (grilled calamari with sherry pepper vinaigrette) and gambas al ajillo (garlic shrimp). 891 Donald Ross Road, Juno Beach; 561.355.5936

STEAK HOUSE LONGHORN STEAKHOUSE Dig into cuts of steak in a casual restaurant located in Alton Town Center. White cheddar stuffed mushrooms, cowboy pork chops, and Redrock shrimp never go out of style. 5230 Donald Ross Road, Palm Beach Gardens; longhornsteakhouse.com; 561.776.9961 THE CAPITAL GRILLE This successful, upscale chain offers classic steak house fare, complemented by a remarkably welltrained staff and stellar wine portfolio. 11365 Legacy Ave., Palm Beach Gardens; thecapitalgrille.com; 561.630.4994

SWEDISH WAXIN’S Stop in this new industrial-chic, Swedish-American restaurant and dine in one of the five unique seating areas. Pair your fine dining with wine in the chef’s room or get cozy in the casual living room with drop-in seating and televisions. 5300 Donald Ross Road Suite 130, Palm Beach Gardens; waxins.com; 888.892.9467

VEGETARIAN/VEGAN/HEALTHY 3NATIVES Florida health chain offering smoothies, acai bowls, salads, bagels, wraps, juices, and shots in a relaxed, beachy environment. 4601 Military Trail Suite 107, Jupiter; 561.328.8361; 6671 W. Indiantown Road Suite 51, Jupiter; 561.320.9457; 251 U.S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta; 561.203.7980; 12216 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; 561.223.3469; 4373 Northlake Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; 561.370.3450; 3natives.com ALAINA’S CAFÉ & BAKE SHOPPE Alaina’s is focused on good food that’s good for you. Their fresh, local, and organic selections—from macaroons to ribeye—are available for brunch, lunch, and dinner. 4377 Northlake Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; alainasbakeshoppe.com; 561.318.6945 BERRY FRESH CAFÉ A locals’ favorite, this simple eatery is open for breakfast and lunch. The menu features tasty dishes like Acapulco toast (multi-grain toast topped with avocado mash) and gluten-free honey pancakes. 3755 Military Trail, Jupiter; berryfresh.cafe; 561.401.5693 BOLAY Fast-expanding Floridian chain focused on healthy ingredients and bold flavors served in a bowl with your choice of bases, proteins, veggies, add-ons, and sauces. 1697 W. Indiantown Road Suite 1, Jupiter, 561.658.9258; 5320 Donald Ross Road, Palm Beach Gardens; 561.437.6620; bolay.com CHRISTOPHER’S KITCHEN More than just a vegan restaurant, Christopher’s is a gathering place where health-conscious eaters can experience Chef Albert Crifaci Molla’s passion for the finest living foods in a warm and friendly setting. 4783 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; christopherskitchenfl.com; 561.318.6191 GREEN GARDEN CAFE This restaurant provides healthy alternatives including vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options. Pop in for an array of salads, sandwiches, paninis, juices, wheatgrass, and sugar-free and vegan-friendly breads. 11911 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite 103, North Palm Beach; greengardencafe.net; 561.627.3233 MOOD Jupiter/Tequesta’s first vegan restaurant serving inventive dishes like the Self Love Platter and You Had Me at Elote, paired with inventive garden-toglass sips. 235 S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta; moodvegan.com; 561.766.2317 NATURE’S WAY JUPITER This quaint café offers an assortment of sandwiches and wraps, salads, smoothies, and juices. Local favorite options include the Palm Beach Warrior smoothie and the Mexi-Melt wrap. 103 S. U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite A-2, Jupiter; natureswaycafe.com; 561.743.0401 ❖

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Fundraising Gala 2022

Thursday, February 3rd

WHEN & WHERE: 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Pelican Club in Jupiter, FL

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CARP Annual Spring Luncheon Saturday, February 26, 2022 11:30 AM Reception | 12:00 PM Lunch & Program Four Seasons Resort | 2800 South Ocean Boulevard | Palm Beach, Florida

Honorary Chairperson: Michael R. Fagan Chairperson: Bishop Harold Calvin Ray Featured Speaker: Kelly McGillis, Actress

Serving the Alcoholic and Drug Addicted Underserved. Est. 1972 Contributions will support the operations of Men’s and Women’s 12 Step Homes.

Featured Speaker: Kelly McGillis, Actress Kelly has always had a love of the stage which was nurtured by her years at the Juilliard School in New York. Her big break was being cast to star opposite Harrison Ford in Peter Weir’s

Witness playing the unforgettable role of the Amish widow, “Rachel Lapp”. This was soon followed by other films such as Tony Scott’s Top Gun opposite Tom Cruise, Alan Rudolph’s

Made In Heaven with Timothy Hutton and Deborah Winger and Jonathan Kaplan’s The Accused opposite Jodie Foster. Kelly will speak about her journey overcoming adversity, getting sober, and raising two daughters.

To support, visit CARPinc.org/events or call 561.844.6400.

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Cardinal Newman High School announces

Newman Night Gala 2022

Save the Date: 6:00 - 11:00 pm, Saturday, March 5, 2022

Featuring:

Location: The Kravis Center, Cohen Pavilion, West Palm Beach Cardinal Newman celebrates 60 YEARS of providing a Catholic education with a night of dinner, auctions, and entertainment by The Midtown Men - 4 stars from the original Broadway cast of Jersey Boys (Tony Award winners).

Tickets begin at $300 Tickets can be purchased at cardinalnewman.com/events/newman-night-events/ For more information contact Mary Martens at mary.martens@cardinalnewman.com or (561) 619-7280

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Come face-to-face with one of the most impressive collections of treasures to ever tour the world: Machu Picchu and the Golden Empires of Peru at the Boca Raton Museum of Art. Explore the Norton Museum of Art, recognized for its distinguished holdings in photography, contemporary, American, European and Chinese art. Or, enjoy an afternoon at Loggerhead Marinelife Center—one of Florida’s most visited nonprofit scientific destinations dedicated to ocean and sea turtle conservation. Spectacular shows await at Arts Garage with live performances from local, emerging artists and established global performers. The magnificently renovated Maltz Jupiter Theatre raises the curtain on their new facility in 2022—hosting broadway-scale plays, musicals, limited engagements, special events and more. Plus, Palm Beach Dramaworks continues to engage, entertain and educate audiences with classic, contemporary and overlooked plays that inspire. For details on these and more can’t-miss cultural events close to home, explore the Cultural Council’s events calendar at palmbeachculture.com/events And, don’t forget to share your art-filled adventures with #palmbeachculture.

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BOOK BY MARSHALL BRICKMAN AND RICK ELICE MUSIC BY BOB GAUDIO LYRICS BY BOB CREWE

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MARCH 22 – APRIL 10, 2022 AT THE MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE SPONSORED BY:

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ITALIAN IDOL

This winter, New York–based Major Food Group is bringing its culinary magic touch to Downtown Palm Beach Gardens. The restaurant group will open Parm, the Big Apple’s resident ItalianAmerican comfort food darling, in a 3,500-square-foot space. Michelin-starred co-owners Chef Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi, and Jeff Zalaznick’s coveted menu includes delicious staples like chicken parmesan, homemade meatballs, and stellar sandwiches. Find out more at jupitermag.com/pbgparm. “My first aerial photo!” Brian Steinhoff @briansteinhoff

PALM BEACHES

All in the Family

OF THE COURTESY OF ADOPT-A-FAMILY

Adopt-A-Family of the Palm Beaches will receive a $5 million grant—the largest in the org’s history—from the Bezos Day 1 Families Fund. The funds will allow the local nonprofit to expand and enhance its efforts to end family homelessness in Palm Beach County with intervention, shelter, and re-housing programs. Learn more about Adopt-AFamily’s plans for the new year at

jupitermag.com/adoptafamilygrant.

Brain Power

This month, the Florida Atlantic University Stiles-Nicholson Brain Institute and the Charles E. Schmidt College of Science in Jupiter will launch an innovative Neuroscience Graduate Program for the next generation of brain scientists. The PhD program will recruit the talents of affiliate faculty at Scripps Research Florida and the Max Planck Institute for Neuroscience, as well as from five of the FAU’s colleges, and kicks Dr. Jeffery Kelly off with its first cohort next fall. Learn more about the new program at jupitermag.com/faugrad. Connect with us on social media:

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