Jupiter Magazine March 2022

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SHE’S ALL THAT!

AT HOME WITH MODEL/DESIGNER KAI LASSEN AND HER NBA STAR HUBBY

The Great

OUTDOORS

ODE TO THE LOXAHATCHEE, THE PLIGHT FOR A NEW GREEN CORRIDOR, SHARK SCIENCE & MORE

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South Florida’s Top Hospital for Safety At Jupiter Medical Center, we are honored to be the only hospital in South Florida to earn the “Top Hospital” designation from The Leapfrog Group as well as a seventh consecutive Leapfrog ‘A’ grade for patient safety. When choosing your medical care, choose the hospital with the highest commitment to quality, safety and exceptional patient care.

Jupiter Medical Center. Our commitment to your safety is world-class.

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FAU Stiles-Nicholson Brain Institute’s 58,000-squarefoot neuroscience building is currently under construction on the Jupiter Campus and is slated to open in Fall 2022.

Building the Future of

brAin HEALtH and STEM Education

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.

Join David J.S. Nicholson in fueling groundbreaking brain science research and revolutionary STEM training programs that will open new doors for the next generation of scientists. For more information about FAU StilesNicholson Brain Institute funding opportunities, contact Kerry Kruckel at

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

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

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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. Best known for her fiction, Oates’ novels include “them,” which won the National Book Award; “Blonde,” a bold reimagining of the inner life of Marilyn Monroe; “The Falls,” which won the France’s Prix Femina; and “We Were the Mulvaneys,” which become a bestseller after being selected by Oprah’s Book Club. Florida Atlantic University at Jupiter, John D. MacArthur Campus, 5353 Parkside Drive, Jupiter, FL 33458

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In turbulent markets, remain focused Volatility in the financial markets is a constant. Over the long run, taking advantage of these changes in value i what most investors hope to achieve. Managing the short-term swings, either up or down, however, can challenge even the most disciplined investor. HOW ARE YOU GUIDING YOUR CLIENTS IN TODAY’S VOLATILE ENVIRONMENT?

While the specifics of our guidance obviously vary by client, our recurring theme is: investment success is more likely to happen through thoughtful portfolio management. This means risk analysis, evaluating concentration, and leveraging quantitative and qualitative research. Volatility can muddle investor thinking. In our experience, a basket of investments hastily brought together during market swings can also bring with them unwelcome surprises: tax consequences, increased risk, lower returns and lost opportunity.

WHAT CAUSES MARKET VOLATILITY?

Wide swings in the marketplace can have many causes, and sometimes unknown causes. Changes in company management or unexpected earnings, for instance, can provoke responses that may cascade into sector-wide activity, and beyond. Political events, such as an election, or global events, such as our current pandemic, can trigger turmoil in the marketplace. Whatever the cause, investor emotion often runs high. Investors worry, should I sell, should I buy, am I missing out while others amass a future fortune?

HOW CAN PERCEIVED OPPORTUNITY REALLY BE RISK?

In markets characterized by wide swings, investors can be tempted to sell at abrupt highs and buy at sudden lows. In so doing, they may end up with a collection of mismatched investments that run counter to their financial goals. And they may cash out on otherwise strong investments, eliminating the possibility of further long-term gains. While hindsight is always 20/20, in times of sharp surges and declines, it’s important to maintain a long-term view and focus on your primary reasons for investing.

WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED FROM PAST MARKET SWINGS?

The field of behavioral economics is devoted to the study of the relationship between emotion and financial decision-making. Numerous studies have shown that investor behavior during periods of marked volatility—following a selloff trend, for example—can result in poor returns. A recent Dalbar study compared the 20year results of an average mutual fund investor to indices: the average investor, who sometimes resorts to market timing or other performancechasing strategies, underperformed based on measures of annualized returns and the growth of $100,000.*

WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU OFFER TODAY’S INVESTOR?

Investors should always keep in mind that the time value of money is perhaps the greatest factor driving its change in value. In plummeting markets, be sure you carefully evaluate the decision to cash in, closing the door on future gains. On the flip side, acquiring “bargain” investments when market momentum is feverishly optimistic may prove to be riskier than at first glance. When serious sums are at stake, we urge investors to seek professional advice.

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Contents MARCH 2022

Features

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Hats Of f !

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Ecological Excellence

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Loxahatchee Love

Jupiter native and professional model Kai Lassen designs unique custom hats and is ready to open a new showroom in town By Judy Martel Find out how the Loxa-Lucie Headwaters Initiative is protecting plants and wildlife on 70,000 acres of local land By Linda Marx A wild and scenic view of the river’s beautiful native flora and fauna

Photography by Mark Cook

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Protecting a Predator

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Gypsy Soul

Experts weigh in on the threats faced by one of our planet’s most enigmatic creatures By Kerry Shorr

Subdued neutrals, boho-chic patterns, and shimmery metallics reflect the beauty of nature

46 A white ibis stands among red mangrove prop roots along the Loxahatchee River.

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MARK COOK

Photography by Nick Mele

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Contents 42

In Every Issue 18 Editor’s Note 20 Publisher’s Note 105 Flavor

Foodie news and dining guide STEVEN MARTINE

114 Hot Shots

Photos from recent events

118 Calendar

What to do and see this month

120 Surf Report

What’s up on jupitermag.com

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The Local 25 Around Town

Exciting changes at PGA National, Loggerhead expands, spring’s hottest hue, and more

28 Off the Charts

Jupiter resident Jay Marvin is on his fourth Yellowfin—the 39 Offshore

30 Wellness

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The many benefits of microgreens

32 Wanderlust

A comfy, carefree vacation at The Islands of Islamorada

34 The List

ON THE COVER

Photographer: Jerry Rabinowitz Hat designer/model Kai Lassen shot by Jupiter Magazine on location at Jupiter Beach

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SARGENT PHOTOGRAPHY

A curated collection of floral-inspired wares for you and your home

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EDITORIAL Managing Editor Melissa Puppo Senior Editor Allison Wolfe Reckson Fashion Editor Katherine Lande Flavor Editor Mark Spivak Web/Social Media Editor Abigail Duffy

CONTRIBUTORS Writers George LaBonte, Judy Martel, Linda Marx, Daphne Nikolopoulos, Emily Pantelides, Kerry Shorr, Liza Grant Smith, Valerie Staggs Photographers Mark Cook, Steven Martine, Nick Mele, Jerry Rabinowitz Social Photographers Capehart, Muñoz Photography Fashion Stylist Zlata Kotmina SUBSCRIPTIONS 800.308.7346 © 2022 Palm Beach Media Group North, LLC. All rights reserved. Jupiter Magazine is published 10 times a year by Palm Beach Media Group North LLC, P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL 33480 561.659.0210 • Fax 561.659.1736

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Editor’s note

The power of nature

© LILA PHOTO

W

hen it comes time to start working on our naturethemed issue each year, it’s always one of my favorite few weeks of the year at my job. Simply put, I don’t think there’s any topic I enjoy more than the great outdoors. Inevitably, as I write and edit stories, go on photo shoots, and talk to various people in the community about what aspect of the planet they’re passionate about, I come away learning something new. This year was no different. I loved chatting with Greg Braun, executive director of The Guardians of Martin County, while we were shooting his portrait in Hobe Sound on a plot of land that he had a hand in purchasing late last year as part of a preservation project called the Loxa-Lucie Headwaters Initiative. The photographer and I trudged through the swamp with Mr. Braun, and it was wonderful! Read about the initiative and what it means for our future in “Ecological Excellence,” beginning on page 42. One aspect of local nature I knew I wanted to include in this issue is the Loxahatchee River. I’m lucky to live along the river, where I can launch my paddleboard and fish for snook, and it holds a special place in my heart. When we decided to send a photographer on a canoeing adventure to shoot the beautiful fauna and flora along the river, I knew just whom to call.... Mark Cook shot such beautiful portaits of the animals at Busch Wildlife Sanctuary for our March issue last year, he was undoubtedly the guy for the gig. Turn to page 46 to check out the breathtaking photos from his journey in “Loxahatchee Love” (and head to jupitermag.com/loxlove to see even more pics from the shoot). Another feature that taught me a lot this month—and I think you might learn something from too—is “Protecting a Predator” (page 56). We talked to a bunch of local experts about one of the most fascinating and often misunderstood creatures sharing our planet: sharks. I also want to say a big thank you to our cover model, Jupiter native Kai Lassen, and her husband Jud Buechler, for opening up their home to us and sharing the story of their life. Lassen grew up in Jupiter and, after years spent traveling the world as a professional model, she now designs these gorgeous custom hats and is opening a showroom in town this month. Read her story in “Hats Off!” (page 36). I love night paddling! As always, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me if there’s anything at all you’d like to share, whether that be a great idea for a story, feedback on something you’ve read, or just to say hello. Peace and blessings,

Michelle Lee Ribeiro michelle@jupitermag.com

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Publisher’s note

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s I write this in early February, the temperatures have finally gone back to above 60 degrees. What a cold spell we had! I had to put on my heat for the first time in several years. I am looking forward to the warmth of March and the arrival of spring. Despite what many think, did you know we have a spring season? There is a great diversity of flora blossoming throughout our state this time of year. Florida’s bounty of bougainvillea, begonias, gardenias, oleanders, roses, hibiscus, and camellias beckon many out-of-towners to plan a visit and see them in full bloom. Many of our visitors here in northern Palm Beach County will enjoy golfing, playing tennis, riding horses, going to our beaches, and taking some relaxing nature walks in our amazing state parks. Our visitors will also enjoy great shopping and eating at local restaurants. I feel blessed to live where we can be outside most of the year, enjoying nature and sports alike. I love to ride my bike, play golf, get out on the tennis courts, walk on our sandy beaches, and, now that the weather is warmer, dip into our beautiful waters. I can’t wait to read this month’s nature-themed issue and learn more about the environs of our local area, like the Loxahatchee River. I continue to discover more about the great outdoors with each issue, as our editorial team does a fantastic job of producing features about our special slice of paradise. We invite you to sit down, relax, and enjoy our March issue and also to visit jupitermag.com. While on the site, be sure to sign up for our Insider’s Guide weekly newsletter to keep up with current events and news. Thank you for your readership and for supporting Jupiter Magazine. I look forward to continuing to support our local community and businesses. Please reach out to me anytime with news to pass on to our editorial team, events we might support and sponsor, or any advertising needs you may have. Hope to see you around town!

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Spring adventures

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M From top: PGA National Resort’s reimagined lobby, front desk, and lobby bar

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Renderings of the new courtyard area at Loggerhead Marinelife Center

renovation, one that has transformed the property into what Managing Director Patrick Brophy describes as a “360degree luxury travel experience.” The renovation touches on virtually every aspect of the resort. From the moment guests arrive, they are greeted by a 1960s-inspired lobby replete with period furniture, grandiose palm leaf chandeliers, and lively colors and patterns like gold, pink, cheetah, and burnt orange. A replica of a banyan tree with more than 1,500 LED lights illuminates the lobby bar, where bartenders serve up classic cocktails to guests sitting on palm tree– cushioned stools. The resort is also home to six new culinary concepts. Stop by Birdie’s Diner for a retro-chic dining experience or enjoy high-end cuisine at The Butcher’s Club. The latter is helmed by Jeremy Ford, executive chef at Stubborn Seed in Miami and Top Chef season 13 winner. Fellow Top Chef alum and Palm Beach County

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resident Lindsay Autry spearheads Honeybelle, an indoor/outdoor restaurant reminiscent of South Florida beach cafés. To satisfy your sweet tooth, stop into the chocolate-centric Sugarplume or vintage ice cream shop Big Drip. Those seeking reprieve can find solace at The Spa at PGA National, which boasts a brand-new look plus a 1950s-inspired barbershop and serene fountains with soothing sounds. A couple’s treatment room, two Himalayan salt rooms, and three mineral pools round out the offerings. Guests who are coming for the golf will appreciate two Andy Staples– designed courses. True to its name, The Match Course encourages match play and is designed for players of all abilities. The Staple Course, a nine-hole course built on the old Squire course, offers nine holes of fun and adventure with unexpected curves, slopes, and features. pgaresort.com

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EMERALD DESIRE 14-karat gold and emerald adjustable tennis choker necklace, $5,000, JC Martin Jewelers, West Palm Beach

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KALE YEAH! Nails Inc. NailKale Superfood Base Coat, $15, Sephora, Palm Beach Gardens

A CUT ABOVE Happi Crafts Sparkly Charcuterie Board, $75, happicrafts.com

CLEAN LIVING Safely Essential Home Kit, $27, getsafely.com

SHOE IN Bottega Veneta The Lido Sandal in Grass, $1,300, neimanmarcus.com SPARKLY STACKS 14-karat gold diamond and emerald ring, $720, and 14-karat gold emerald eternity band, $2,100, JC Martin Jewelers, West Palm Beach

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From left: Dan Marvin, Captain Joe Dobbins, Jay Marvin, Rich Beltrand; center console of the Yellowfin Model 39 (below).

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to this booming market based more on the brand’s popularity and customer loyalty—and Yellowfin is a prime example. Offering 11 sizes, from 17 feet to 54 feet, Yellowfin boats are among the most popular performance-fishing center consoles in the history of the sport. One great example of brand loyalty is Jupiter resident Jay Marvin. Currently the owner of a Yellowfin 39 Offshore, Marvin has a history with the brand that dates

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back to 2009 when he purchased his first Yellowfin, a 36 Offshore. The desire to introduce his four young sons to blue-water fishing led him to the Yellowfin factory in Sarasota based on a suggestion from his guide, Captain Joe Dobbins of Jupiter. Thirteen years later, the boys are grown, and Marvin is now on his fourth Yellowfin. Incredibly, he has managed to trade into each new boat without taking any capital losses, including a pair of 36-foot models and another pair of 39-footers. His fifth model, a 42 Offshore, is in the works. POWER FILE Winter live-bait sailfish action LENGTH: 39 feet, 8 inches along with summertime crossings BEAM: 11 feet, 6 inches for live-chumming tuna in the BaWEIGHT: 13,000 pounds hamas are at the top of Marvin’s FUEL: 564 gallons MAX HP: 1,800 list, and these boats are ideal for yellowfin.com both. The current 39 Offshore is

The group headed four miles out to sea from the Jupiter Inlet on the Yellowfin to look for sailfish.

outfitted with a pair of large live wells, at 85 and 70 gallons respectively. She features four large insulated fish holds below deck (two forward and two in the cockpit) and an easy 360-degree fish-around deck layout ideal for frequent multiple hookups. Dual Garmin MFD units include a high-performance CHIRP Sounder and xHD2 Radar for locating tuna birds, and this 50-knot, smooth-riding hull is pushed effortlessly by triple Mercury 350 Verado engines. The hallmark of the Yellowfin brand has always been how nicely the boats handle the ocean in marginal weather conditions—even on the worst days, Marvin can easily race offshore for a quick billfish release and be home bone dry in George LaBonte, time for breakfast. who writes this A December trip offshore column, has been with Marvin and his son Dan a charter fishing proved exactly how capable captain in Jupiter the 39 Offshore is when the for nearly 40 years weather turns for the worse. A (edgesportfishing.com). He also has quick run to the edge to catch hosted the television series Florida a sailfish for Dan concluded Sportsman Best Boat and Florida with a sudden wind and rain Sportsman Project Dreamboat for event—one that proved no five seasons. match for this Yellowfin. ❖

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What ignited your passion for microgreens? I love the fact that they are easy to grow and rich with nutrients we all could use more of, including vitamins A, C, and K, folate, protein, beta-carotene, and more. Adding them to any dish ramps up the nutritional value.

What are some of your favorite varieties of microgreens? I love purple radish microgreens because of the added crunch and spiciness, on top of the beta-carotene and toxin-removal properties. I put them in all of my salads and sandwiches. Sunflower microgreens are also high on my favorites list. The crunchiness is out-of-this-world amazing on avocado toast, and they also give you a dose of protein. I’m also a huge fan of white pizza topped with a pile of fresh arugula microgreens.

What are some of the key benefits? Radish microgreens can remove toxins from the body, which is a benefit that is very attractive to me when I think of all the toxins we unknowingly consume day-to-day. I eat a plantbased diet, so I am also always looking for ways to add extra protein to my diet. The high protein in sunflower microgreens (6 grams per ¼ cup) fulfills that when added to any dish.

Can microgreens be grown at home? They sure can! It's fun, easy, and rewarding. You just need a container, good soil, seeds, and a sunny window. I sell a Grow Your Own Kit on my website that includes everything you need to get started including seeds, soil, compostable containers, and, most important, directions to guide you through your first grow. ❖

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ike many during the pandemic, Alissa Schey Mondina occupied her free time by focusing on hobbies—like honing her green thumb. “I am passionate about gardening and spent that time experimenting with vegetables I love to eat,” she says. She decided to take her hobby to the next level by creating an online platform for the community, and A Farmer’s Daughter Microgreens was born. Mondina specializes in microgreens—the young seedlings of edible vegetables and herbs—which are big on flavor and nutrition. She sells a variety of options, ranging from sunflower to arugula, through her website and also offers a Grow Your Own Kit. Here, she shares the benefits of these tiny-but-mighty greens and their importance to our diets. (afarmersdaughtermicrogreens.com)

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THE ISLANDS OF ISLAMORADA COMBINES THE COMFORTS OF HOME WITH THE JOYS OF A CAREFREE ISLAND VACATION

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From top: Living room of a four-bedroom waterfront villa; sunset viewing around the firepit; the relaxing oceanfront pool; private white sandy beach.

tight-knit Frisbies are all about multigenerational gatherings, and that ethos has driven the design of the villas. With four bedrooms and more than 3,100 square feet across three levels, these homes away from home have every creature comfort imaginable (down to a fully stocked laundry room) and multiple areas for families to spread out. Best of all, they’re perched directly on the water’s edge, so access to the beach, pools, and marina couldn’t be easier. The mood here is definitely relaxed, but that’s the idea. Gather at your ground-level alfresco dining room for breakfast, then grab a paddleboard or kayak (both are complimentary to guests) and explore the shoreline. Later, play a game of volleyball or take an outdoor fitness class. At day’s end, enjoy cocktails at the Ocean House tiki bar or kick back on Adirondack chairs and watch the sunset while the kids play cornhole. If it sounds idyllic—a step back in time, even—that’s because it is. Although the temptation is to do a whole lot of nothing, active types won’t be disappointed. There’s a pickleball court

on property and a 24-hour gym for those who like to work up a sweat. An on-site concierge can help arrange fishing outings, especially when the tarpon are biting, as well as day trips to other Keys by boat, car, or seaplane. The Islands is committed to conservation and sustainability, and even offers guests eco-themed excursions like exploring Big Pine Key to see the precious, endangered Key deer. Memories, and good vibes, guaranteed. theislandsofislamorada.com ❖

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EAR CANDY Josephine Alexander Collective offers one-of-a-kind pieces created by talented artisans from around the world. These Wild Orchid earrings were hand-quilled out of paper by Yoseline, a 21-year-old art lover from Mexico City. $62, Josephine Alexander Collective, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens

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LET YOUR STYLE BLOOM WITH THIS CURATED COLLECTION OF FLORAL-INSPIRED PIECES by LIZA GRANT SMITH

KIMONO COUTURE Stay light and lively with a breathable and supremely chic 100-percent cotton Roller Rabbit kimono that features a beautiful floral print. $98, Matilda’s, Stuart

FASHIONABLY PLATE Journey to the Amazon River region with Villeroy & Boch’s Amazonia Anmut dinner plate. Each premium bone porcelain piece is adorned with incredibly detailed tropical botanicals and wildlife of the region. $60, Bloomingdale’s, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens

TOTES ADORBS More than just a pretty face, the Tory Burch Ella Tote in Winter Sage is made of eco-friendly recycled polyester and thoughtfully roomy enough to hold a 15-inch laptop and other essentials for weekdays or getaways. $228, Tory Burch, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens

CLAM GLAM This decoupage clamshell from Shells of Southie is the perfect posh rest stop for jewelry and other small objects, but it also shines when it sits solo. $30, Pineapples Palms Too, Jupiter

COLD SNAP Triple-insulated to keep drinks cold for 25 hours, the Corksicle 16-ounce sport canteen can be personalized with a monogram or name to up the fashion quotient of this already-awesome on-the-go accoutrement. $42, Initial Styles, Jupiter

LET IT SLIDE Keep your footwork fancy even in the most casual of situations with Gucci GG Blooms Supreme Floral Slide Sandals, which feature a blooming logo pattern and a molded-rubber footbed. $380, Gucci, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach IN THE CARDS Become a card-carrying friend with Rifle Paper Co.’s Mixed Florals Essentials Card Box. The box includes 15 gorgeous notecards for every occasion, from thank-yous to birthdays. $30, Prep Obsessed, Palm Beach Gardens

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CUSTOM HAT DESIGNER (AND MODEL) KAI LASSEN INVITES US TO THE JUPITER CONDO SHE SHARES WITH HER HUBBY, FORMER NBA PLAYER JUD BUECHLER, TO TALK ABOUT HER GROWING HAT BIZ—AND HER NEW SHOWROOM OPENING IN TOWN

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at 900 East Indiantown Road, where she plans to host hat parties, bridal parties, private appointments, and scheduled shopping appointments. “For some reason, Florida became my niche,” says Lassen, who has a home in San Diego as well as a condo in Jupiter. “In California, there are a lot of amazing hat makers, but there’s nothing like this in Florida. It’s nice to have the business grow here first because I’m from here.” Relaxing in the condo near the ocean that Lassen and her husband—former NBA player Jud Buechler—occupy when they’re in town, the two chat about their beach-centric life and Lassen’s budding new business while their 12-year-old Silky Yorkie, Zuma, relaxes on the couch. Lassen is stunning and effortlessly elegant in her daily uniform of vintage Levi’s and a casual top. Makeup, she says, is a rare event, and Worlds collide: A hat stand brimming with Lassen’s designs stands against walls filled with surf-inspired photographs. she’s all about keeping things simple with great accessories, including jewelry, a good handbag and, of course, hats. “In San Diego, it’s Vans and jeans, and here Buechler is an investor in his wife’s business—and her numit’s flip-flops and jeans,” she says. “We’re chill people—a little ber-one fan. “To do something new and put it all out there takes tequila and the beach is all we need.” a lot of guts,” he says. “The way she handles it all makes me so A born creative, Lassen learned to sew and paint as a child. happy and proud, although I joke with her that it’s changed our Five years ago, she started thinking about fulfilling her dream lives because she’s not available for fun anymore.” of designing hats but wasn’t sure where to start. A surplus of The biggest challenge for the couple is indeed time manpandemic-induced time convinced her to take the plunge. She agement, Lassen acknowledges, especially now that Buechler taught herself the craft by watching YouTube tutorials. “I’m a is retired and her business is taking off. “Work now is 24/7— visual learner, so it was easy for me to pick it up,” she says. I do need to learn to shut it off,” she says. She designed and made all of the hats herself, initially sellSince retiring from basketball in 2020, Buechler now has ing them through her online shop on Etsy. She transitioned to time to indulge his passions for surfing and playing volleyball her website when she saw how popular they were becoming. (he was an all-American player in high school) with his group Today, the business is going strong, as illustrated by the num- of longtime buddies. A perfect day for him begins and ends on ber of hats in various stages of production covering most flat the beach. “I don’t ever want to be cold again,” he jokes. surfaces in the condo. “This is actually pretty clean,” Buechler It’s no wonder Buechler treasures downtime after a stellar observes. “Most of the time, I have to be careful I don’t step on but somewhat grueling NBA career as a small forward that took any hats.” him from his hometown of San Diego in 1990 to New Jersey

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to play for the New Jersey Nets, then the San Antonio Spurs, the Golden State Warriors, and the Chicago Bulls. He was with the Bulls during the years when the team—including Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and Dennis Rodman—achieved their second three-peat of the 1990s (the team’s reign is the subject of a docuseries currently airing on Netflix, The Last Dance). He rounded out his playing career with stints at the Detroit Pistons, Phoenix Suns, and Orlando Magic and, after taking some time off to coach his two teenage daughters in volleyball, he returned to the NBA as an assistant coach for

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the Los Angeles Lakers and then the New York Knicks. It was while Buechler was in Los Angeles coaching the Lakers that he met Lassen, who was living in Manhattan Beach at the time. Both divorced, neither was interested in a relationship, but when mutual friends wanted to set them up in the summer of 2017, they grudgingly agreed to meet at a restaurant before a Hall & Oates concert. For Buechler, the attraction was instantaneous. “I walked into the restaurant with a friend who pointed her out to me, and I was like, ‘Wow,’” he recalls. “She was obviously tall and beautiful with

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a beautiful smile, and I thought, ‘We’re off to a great start.’” The attraction was mutual. Says Lassen: “Before we met, I was thinking that the worst case scenario is that this guy stinks and I can go home. But there was just this spark, and he’s so tall, even though I was wearing heels.” They moved in together after just a few months and have been together ever since. The couple spends most of their time in Jupiter, San Diego and Baja, Mexico, seeking surf and sand. Growing up in Jupiter, Lassen recalls a similar, idyllic, athletic childhood on the water, when her mother, Kathy, could barely coax her and her brother inside. She attended Jupiter High School, but when her modeling career took off during her teenage years, she transferred to the more flexible schedule at Jupiter Farms Community Christian School. At 16, as her star was ascending in the modeling industry, she convinced her father, Bo, to co-sign on a lease so she could get her own place in New York City. These days, she is represented

by Brand Model and Talent, though she has largely stepped away from the industry. “I’ll do a job if they ask,” she says. Making hats is what she feels she was meant to do, and she is loyal to the locals who have helped her along the way. A network of niche sellers and small businesswomen in Jupiter have supported her from the start, she says, and she is dedicated to paying it forward by featuring some of them on her site and at the new showroom. That same generosity of spirit extends to her relationships with clients. “I like them to feel really involved in the design if they want to be,” she says, picking up a hat from a table filled with orders ready to be shipped. “This client, for example, wanted an ocean vibe,” she says. “She chose these turquoise beads as the hatband, and I stitched a gold wave on the side. For another woman, I embroidered flowers along with her daughter’s name.” The success of the business fulfills Lassen’s creative passion, not just for herself, but, she believes, for others as well. “I get to bring others’ visions to life,” she says, “and that’s very rewarding.” The organic approach she takes to her business can describe her philosophy on life in general: “I don’t set expectations for myself. Instead, I like to see where things go. I’m just enjoying the ride.” ❖

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lean water and conservation have played a major role in Greg Braun’s life ever since he was a young boy growing up in the Midwest. Every summer, his family vacationed at Clear Lake, Indiana, not far from his Ohio home. “I remember swimming in the lake and loving it,” says Braun. “Water quality was never an issue there. I got interested in ecology after those years and now spend my life trying to improve the environment.” A resident of Jupiter Farms, Braun is the owner of Sustainable Ecosystems International, a company that performs ecological assessments and assists clients with environmental projects in areas of marine, estuarine, freshwater wetlands, and upland habitats in Florida, parts of the Southeast, and the Bahamas and Caribbean. His company consults for government agencies, public and private utilities, the conservation community, and private developers who want to design and manage facilities with a strong focus on protecting and enhancing our natural resources. As executive director of The Guardians of Martin County, he is currently involved with a local project called the Loxa-Lucie Headwaters Initiative. The initiative is a collaboration among three nonprofits—The Guardians of Martin County, the Treasured Lands Foundation, and The Conservation Fund—whose mission is to design a permanently protected ecological corridor in southern Martin County/northern Palm Beach County between the St. Lucie and Loxahatchee rivers. The ambitious effort’s long-term goal is to purchase and protect 70,000 acres of land there and create a “green corridor” connecting Jonathan Dickinson and Atlantic Ridge state parks and protecting plants and wildlife. “This important project began as a tribute to Nat Reed, whose prominent Jupiter Island family has decades of conservation experience going back to The Nature Conservancy’s Blowing Rocks Preserve and the National Wildlife Refuge,” says Braun. “When he died,

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we wanted to perpetuate his legacy with a new land initiative.” Reed, who was 84 when he died in 2018, led conservation plights, spoke out against projects that threatened to ruin the environment, and helped turn the Endangered Species Act into law while he was serving as U.S. Assistant Secretary of the Interior in the 1970s. In December, the Loxa-Lucie Initiative announced that it is slowly chipping away at that 70,000-acre goal: With generous donations from more than 200 entities (both large and small, organizations and individuals), the group was able to purchase a 138-acre parcel of land on the north side of Bridge Road in Hobe Sound. This first major purchase—which cost $3.5 million—ensures the protection of a 2-mile stretch that fronts the north side of Bridge Road and extends east and west from Powerline Avenue. It is important, says Braun, because it forms the “essential keystone of the long-term vision for conservation of a landscape” spanning the nearly 70,000 acres between the two state parks. It’s a small piece of the overall goal, but it’s an uplifting start. “Our purpose is to protect the entire area from future development by either acquisition or the establishment of conservation easements,” says Braun. “We still have a long way to go, but this purchase is great news—any parcel we bring in helps us achieve our goal.”

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This first acquisition, explains Braun, CALL TO will help improve water quality in the South Fork of the St. Lucie River and aid If you’d like to assist in in restoring the historic sheet-flow of reaching the 70,000freshwater that once moved from the acre goal, please visit loxalucieheadwaters.org Atlantic Ridge to the federally desigto donate what you can. nated “Wild and Scenic” Loxahatchee River to the south. “It is more important than ever to protect the remaining lands that are part of these watersheds,” he says. “Saltwater intrusion issues in the Loxahatchee, higher demand for potable fresh water, an increase in development pressure, and rising real estate values are all driving this urgency.” After graduating in 1978 with a B.S. in oceanography from the Melbourne campus of Florida Institute of Technology, Braun embarked on a diverse career in ecology. For various clients, he has conducted surveys on endangered species and performed ecological assessments on tracts of land including small inland parcels in Florida and the Bahamas and entire islands in the Caribbean. He has done wetland jurisdictional delineations and qualitative assessments, floral and faunal inventories, and worked on land management/development and habitat restoration plans. “I pick and choose what I do now since I am self-employed,” he says. “As my career advanced, I could take on the projects that I care about.” In Martin County, he chaired a 1989 committee that raised $20 million for public land acquisition of environmentally sensitive resources and recreationally important lands. He is also involved with the follow-up project, after county voters approved a 2006 sales tax to raise an additional $60 million for public land acquisition and park improvements. He has served on Martin County’s Land Acquisition Selection Committee and worked with the State of Florida on the joint acquisition and management of different parcels.

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From top: Braun scouts the newly purchased site, noting that much of the invasive non-native vegetation will need to be controlled or eliminated so that as hydrology is restored, wetland vegetation like sawgrass, pond apples, willows, and cypress can become more abundant; admiring a bird passing by.

As the leader of nonprofit The Guardians of Martin County, his goal is to educate residents about balancing natural and man-made resources to enrich the quality of life both for right now and for the future. Unavoidably, the team is often forced to make tough decisions. “We are a growth-management group and want responsible projects like Loxa-Lucie,” says Braun. “We take unpopular positions, and we win and lose battles.” The key to success with the Loxa-Lucie project is to generate money for more land acquisitions by raising public awareness of the issues and urgencies. Braun and the rest of the team spend their days speaking to various groups and letting locals know that if they want to continue to live in small-town bliss, protecting these lands, wildlife, and water quality is of paramount importance. “I am happy with the community reaction to this project, so I am encouraged,” he says. “The positive response means the prospect of getting state financing, which would be a huge boost.” “The Loxa-Lucie Headwaters team is optimistic that the completion of this first acquisition demonstrates that local residents strongly support the vision of protecting these undeveloped lands,” he continues. “As hydrologic restoration ensues to help address chronic flooding in Hobe Sound, saltwater intrusion, and water quality improvement, we’re hopeful that governmental entities will become more engaged in the project.” An avid outdoorsman, Braun enjoys boating and spending time at Jonathan Dickinson State Park. Before having children, he

even hiked the challenging Appalachian Trail (which traverses 14 states). He loves the inner connection among greenways, humans, plants, and animals. He also documents plants living throughout the state for the Native Plant Society and enjoys time at his family cottage in Maine. It’s a spot that helped cement his early interest in ecology. “I eventually bought the cottage from my family, and I love going up there and seeing that beautiful part of the country in the summer,” he says. A staunch protector of nature, Braun is also a businessman—and a pragmatist. He supports genuine ecotourism and has worked with project teams to design and develop facilities (like resorts) that demonstrate the linkage between stewardship and public use of natural resources. “Projects in which financial profit is enhanced with the increased health of the environment is the win-win relationship that is too often thought to be impossible in today’s world,” he says. ❖

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“Modern society has disconnected us from nature,” says Cook, who now resides in Jupiter Farms. “But as a species, we are a part of—and remain very much reliant on—our natural environment.” He began photographing his environs to document his scientific studies and soon discovered a passion for shooting the wonder and beauty of the swamp. “Wildlife photography is a game of patience that requires long periods of quiet time within nature,” he says. “For me, it provides that essential reconnection with the world we belong to, allows for a greater understanding of nature, and affords me an artistic outlet that I don’t get in my scientific career.” For this photo essay, Cook took three canoe trips on the Loxahatchee—two solo and a third with his wife and two daughters. He went from Riverbend Park downstream to Trapper Nelson’s and back again, where enormous ancient cypress trees envelop part of the river. He traveled upriver from Jonathan Dickinson, paddling the lower reaches of the river where it is wider, more tidal, influenced by salt water, and surrounded by red mangroves and different species of wildlife. All in all, Cook covered around 8 to 10 miles over 14 hours, shooting the photos you see on these pages. One of the highlights of his journey came when he encountered a wild barred owl. “After hearing the simian-like sounds of a male owl calling to its partner, I paddled upstream, searching for about an hour for this cryptic bird until I finally located him on a low branch in the shadows of dense vegetation,” says Cook. “I hauled up the canoe, waded through the river, crawled through the undergrowth, and managed to eventually get within about 10 feet of him. I sat on a log to rest and spent 30 wonderful minutes with him in his natural environment, watching him preen, sleep, and occasionally call to his mate.” Cook is no stranger to the Loxahatchee. Living in Jupiter Farms allows him plenty of opportunities to explore in his free time. The river is one of the many “wild” areas he appreciates having on his doorstep—especially as a natural scientist who, well, definitely knows his stuff. As he so eloquently puts it: “Within just 20 minutes of paddling from the launch at Riverbend Park, one is transported back in time to a primeval Florida of towering ancient cypress trees dripping with Spanish moss, epiphytic bromeliads and orchids, and a lush tropical understory of palms and giant ferns reminiscent of the Devonian Period. Out there, one expects to see prehistoric animals, and indeed one does— in the form of sleeping alligators and colorful river turtles adorning the river banks and primitive Florida garfish cruising the backwater pools. Large predatory birds like the great blue heron, a direct descendant of the dinosaur, prowl the forested margins while the strange calls of limpkins and barred owls add to the ancient soundscape.” An ode to the Loxahatchee, in all of its wild glory. ❖

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SPORTFISHING Overfishing, or removing a marine species at a rate too excessive for it to replace itself, is not a new phenomenon. One of the earliest examples occurred in the last century when nearly three million cetaceans were wiped out by whaling fleets.

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In the 1970s, as other species became drastically depleted, shark fishing went on the rise. Since then, it is estimated that 71 percent of oceanic shark populations have taken a nosedive and one-third of all sharks are now at risk of extinction, according to a new study published in Nature that re-assesses the International Union for Conservation of Nature Red List of Threatened Species’ shark extinction risk status. A new global analysis also found that the number of threatened species has doubled since the first study in 2014, with endangered and critically endangered species more than tripling. Today, 100 million sharks are killed annually from overfishing. That is a very alarming number when you consider the fact that sharks grow slowly and take years to reproduce. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, which manages the commercial and recreational shark fisheries in state waters, has implemented strict fishing regulations to boost the biomass levels of shark populations. Those regulations include bag and size limitations on harvestable sharks, gear requirements, and a prohibited species list. Anyone who wants to fish from shore or any structure attached to the shore (like

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ON A MISSION One woman’s lifelong fascination with sharks and what she’s doing to help them

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Team members from FAU’s Elasmobranch Research Lab tag a blacktip shark to gather data. Opposite page from top: A bull shark swims at the bottom of the ocean; importing/exporting shark fins through Florida ports is illegal.

a bridge), must first pass an online course (myfwc.com/ sharkcourse). Once completed, they can download the complimentary Shore-Based Shark Fishing Permit, which must be renewed annually. FIN FURY Each year, approximately 73 million sharks are killed in the name of finning for profit, the cruel and exploitive practice of slicing fins off live sharks before tossing the creatures back into the sea, where they suffocate or get eaten by other predators. Most of these fins are sent off to Asia, where shark fin soup is prized as a symbol of prosperity. In October 2020, Governor Ron DeSantis signed the Kristin Jacobs Ocean Conservation Act to combat this problem. Named after its original sponsor, Florida Representative Kristin Jacobs, who passed away from cancer earlier that year, the bill prohibits the import, export, and sale of shark fins in Florida. Fins can only be commercially traded if the shark’s head, tail, and fins are attached when processed or landed. The Fin Alliance, a Palm Beach–based ocean conservation organization, was one of the bill’s top supporters. Cofounder Cassandra Scott—along with Stefanie Brendl of Shark Allies, a California-based conservancy that helped get Hawaii’s fin trade law passed—advocated for the bill, speaking at local businesses and schools.

annah Medd is hooked on sharks. Growing up, the Maryland native and self-described water baby spent winters with her family in Florida, frolicking in the ocean. She was 10 years old when she read somewhere that the local beach was a hot spot for sharks. Hannah Medd “I asked my mother why she’d let me swim in such dangerous waters,” Medd recalls. “She laughed and asked me when the last time was I’d seen a shark, which was never. That’s when I realized things weren’t adding up.” Her fascination with sharks eventually led her to Florida Tech, where she majored in marine biology and later earned a master’s degree in zoology from the University of Cape Town. In South Africa, she researched white sharks and worked for the now-shuttered nonprofit Shark Savers, where she learned that conservancy works best when science is driving it. In 2014, Medd launched the American Shark Conservancy in Palm Beach Gardens. The nonprofit collects, analyzes, and distributes shark data that policymakers and advocates can use to push and pass better conservation laws. “We’re not a heavy advocacy group, but we want to make sure any science we do will be applied to making better policies,” she says. So far, the information her team has gathered from analyzing the diet of sharks shows that they have no hunger for humans. “We know from our data that sharks aren’t really influenced by when people are in the water,” says Medd. “Most people in Florida have been within six feet of a shark and had no idea.” Tagging and tracking, taking samples like blood, and using lasers are some of the monitoring techniques the team uses to gather shark analysis that could help with shark conservation policies. For example, she says, “you can get information on microplastics and contaminants from their blood and muscle, which was a really good tool to argue against the fin trade. From these studies, you can make the argument the trade should be shut down because shark fins are so toxic and full of mercury.” Medd is working on a study that involves local lemon sharks with skin abnormalities. “We’re taking skin samples and will test them for contaminants,” she says. “We suspect it has something to do with the water quality. We’re also talking to coral and turtle people who are seeing an uptick in certain diseases. If it’s affecting coral reefs, it’s most definitely affecting sharks too.” Another point to all of this research, says Medd, is that the more we learn about sharks, the less scary they become. “For example, did you know lemon sharks return to the same place every year to give birth, just like sea turtles?” she asks. “They’ll starve their bodies and give up all their nutrients for their babies. I can remember a time when everyone thought sharks were just these cold, steel-blue animals that wanted to eat you. But as we learn more about them, their biology and behaviors, they become more relatable.”

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ON COMMON SENSE Unless you live on Amity Island, you’re extremely unlikely to be attacked by a shark

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or centuries, sharks have been typecast by Hollywood as bogeymen of the deep in films like Jaws and even on some of the shows that air as part of Discovery Channel’s popular weeklong Shark Week series that airs every summer. “By showing sharks jumping out of the water and biting seals, they’re perpetuating fear, and that’s what people get in their heads,” says biologist Stephen Kajiura, director of Florida Atlantic University’s Elasmobranch Research Laboratory. “This media coverage focuses on the sensational, the dramatic, the killer shark aspect rather than how cool they are just as themselves.” The fact is, Florida Museum’s International Shark Attack File reported just 26 (nonfatal) shark bites throughout the Sunshine State in 2021. The majority of those occurred in surf-happy Volusia County, followed by Brevard and Palm Beach. When sharks do bite, says Kajiura, “it’s because they make a mistake. We’re not their natural prey, but they may confuse a reflection on someone’s hand for baitfish or a surfer for a seal.” Sharks are always patrolling for their next meal, so they follow fish close to the shoreline—which explains why most brushes with sharks happen within a few feet of the beach. A popular time for shark bites in Florida is during the fall, when huge schools of mullet migrate along the eastern coastline in anticipation of spawning offshore. When the water is churned up, swimmers can easily be mistaken for these baitfish. To mitigate a harmful encounter, says Kajiura, follow three simple rules: Avoid murky water, don’t wear jewelry (it can attract sharks), and don’t thrash around, as sharks associate this movement with a wounded or struggling fish. Kajiura also recommends swimming in view of a lifeguard tower so that, worst-case scenario, you can get help quickly.

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HABITAT DESTRUCTION The Treasure Coast’s proximity to the Gulf Stream makes it a haven for transient and pregnant sharks that use its estuarine and offshore areas for protection, hunting for food, and giving birth to their pups. It’s also home to several The late (former Florida Representative) Kristin threatened and endangered species, Jacobs and Representative Toby Overdorf including great hammerheads. But, like manatees and sea turtles, these sharks are struggling with issues like habitat loss and waters polluted with harmful toxins. Representative Toby Overdorf wants to change that. A former biologist who has worked closely with sharks, one of his most notable accomplishments was getting Bill 680 to the governor’s desk. “At the time, [then Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives] José Oliva wanted to see this to the finish line,” says Overdorf. “He recognized Kristin Jacobs had done a lot of work on the bill, but because of her health, she wasn’t able to work it as she wanted to. Oliva asked me to make it happen, so I met with Kristin and those opposing the bill, and we were able to get the bill in a good position to get passed.” Now Overdorf is focused on cleaning up the St. Lucie River and other water systems where seagrass is suffering. The submerged flowering plants make significant contributions to marine ecosystems, including maintaining water quality, preventing erosion, and curbing global warming through carbon absorption. It

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THE TAKEAWAY The bottom line, say experts, is that without sharks, ocean life would become unbalanced—and the world would be a drastically different place. “Sharks perform a great service by keeping our fish stock healthy and the seas free of sick and injured animals,” says Overdorf. Biologist Stephen Kajiura, director of FAU’s Elasmobranch Research Laboratory, agrees. “The ramifications [of the shark population being wiped out] would be terrifying because they affect the ecosystem on so many levels,” he says, noting that when fish die, they leave behind algae and bacteria that consume the ocean’s reefs, causing them to die too. ❖

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Schools of sharks follow mullet along the shoreline when baitfish migrate in the fall.

TAKE THE PLUNGE Immeasurable insight can be gained from shark diving—but all dives are not created equal Get up close and personal on a (responsible) shark dive.

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is also the main food source of manatees, which are experiencing their own population trauma. Collaborating with FAU Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute in Fort Pierce, Overdorf is working on a bill that would minimize the lengthy permit process to transplant seagrass in the Indian River Lagoon. A separate bill would necessitate companies to cover restoration costs for any damages their projects may cause to state-managed bodies of water like the lagoon, which substitutes as a nursery for bull sharks and many other species.

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hark diving is an increasingly popular pastime, but it’s important to consider only dives that are well-managed and put safety first. “I’m in favor of shark diving because it raises awareness,” says biologist Stephen Kajiura. If a shark does swim up to a person, he says, “it usually takes a look, then swims away. We’re just not very interesting to them, which is why they leave us alone.” In collaboration with the American Shark Conservancy and the Fin Alliance, Shark Addicts in Jupiter hosts a diving experience called “Sharks and Lasers” that provides an exciting experience for divers while gathering research at the same time ($219/person, sharkaddictsdiving.com). Seasoned divers are equipped with GoPro cameras that collect size, age, reproduction status, and other measurements. The information is used to implement new policies. Swimming with (some species of) sharks can also help alleviate the fear many people have of sharks—especially children. While tagging sharks in Florida’s Big Pine Key, Representative Toby Overdorf taught shark education at Newfound Harbor Marine Institute. “Kids came from around the country to understand more about our oceans and take a shark class,” he says. After they learned fundamentals like shark biology, the kids went kickboarding and snorkeling with bonnetheads, nurse sharks, and other aquatic life. “They saw that they were perfectly fine and weren’t threatened,” says Overdorf. “I was proud to be a part of changing our future generation’s thinking about sharks.”

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Contact Jennifer for more information, or to schedule a private showing.

Jennifer Hyland | The Hyland Group | 561.632.4042 Equal Housing Opportunity. All information furnished regarding property for sale or rent or regarding financing is from sources deemed reliable, but Corcoran 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, without notice. All dimensions provided are approximate. To obtain exact dimensions, Corcoran advises you to hire a qualified architect or engineer.

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Palm Beach Gardens | Modern Intracoastal Estate | Easy Ocean Access | 13,600 SF | 1.4 Acres | Price Upon Request

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North Palm Beach | Ocean Access | $3,850,000

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Delray Beach I 7 BR I 8,900 SF I $3,595,000

Leaders in Luxury Real Estate for Over 20 Years Jennifer Hyland | The Hyland Group | 561.632.4042

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Responsive • Communication • Real Marketing At Hughes Browne Group we take pride in offering our clients the latest information about our real estate services and market conditions from Palm Beach to Jupiter Island, & Stuart. HBG caters to buyers and sellers along northern Palm Beach and Martin Counties. HBG Luxury Homes is a specialized service of Hughes Browne Group focused on the waterfront, golf and luxury communities in our area. We invite you to view all available properties at www.hughesbrownegroup.com or simply scan the QR code below.

Hughes Browne Group 561.741.4422 hughesbrownegroup@compass.com jeremybrowne@compass.com tomhughes@compass.com Scan Me

Not intended to solicit currently listed property. Compass Florida, LLC. Equal Housing Opportunity. All information furnished regarding property for sale or rent or regarding financing 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, without notice.

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Recent Sales

$5,375,000 103 River Drive Tequesta

$1,300,000 10802 SE Arielle Terrace Tequesta

$11,000,000 482 S Beach Rd Jupiter | Sold off market

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Newly Listed | Jupiter | 176 Habourside Circle | $5,000,000 Outstanding location within the River enclave of The Bluffs with approx. 77’ waterfrontage. Fully remolded and reimagined. Web# RX-10774128

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

Virtually Rendered

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 | $5,100,000 | Exceptional 5-bedroom pool residence, built in 2019. British West Indies award winning design. Record breaking sale.** Represented buyer and seller.

Douglas Elliman Top Producer with over $300M 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 and 2021** Specializing in a wide range of properties in Palm Beach and Martin counties 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 *FLEXMLS 2016-CURRENT. ****HISTORICAL SALES DATA SOURCED FROM PALM-BEACH TAX ROLL AND MLS. *BY 2020 DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE SALES VOLUME AND GROSS COMMISSION INCOME. **BY 202O AND 2021 DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE SALES VOLUME AND

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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

MAJESTIC MANALAPAN COMPOUND

A beautiful newly built family retreat tastefully designed with spectacular finishes. Large scale rooms with sweeping ocean and lakeviews throughout this spectacular 2 ¼ acre compound. Nine (plus) bedrooms are divided between both main and guest house buildings. The most amazing new offering in Manalapan. $106,000,000 with select furnishings available separately.

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Mike Ivancevic NORTHERN PALM BEACH COUNTY WATERFRONT SPECIALIST

354 RIVER DRIVE, TEQUESTA | $8,250,000 Brand New Waterfront Construction | Panoramic Water Views | 5BR + Media Room and Study 5.5 Baths | 4-Car Garage | Custom Infinity-Edge Pool and Spa | Summer Kitchen Private Dock with Easy ICW and Ocean Access 561.202.7102 | MIKE@MIKEIVANCEVIC.COM | MIKEIVANCEVIC.COM | 1405 N ALT A1A, #103, JUPITER

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5 BEDROOMS | 7 FULL & 1 HALF BATHS | 7,404 AC SF Construction is now underway on this exquisite lakefront contemporary residence built by award winning Bloomfield Construction, Inc. Offered Fully Furnished w/ every conceivable amenity. PRICE & FULL SPECS UPON REQUEST. CONTACT LYNN S. BYRD 561.762.2772

FRENCHMAN’S CREEK BEACH & COUNTRY CLUB 13725 LE HAVRE DRIVE | COMING SOON

4 BEDROOMS + DEN | 5 FULL & 1 HALF BATHS |3,574 AC SF Spectacular new construction featuring wonderful lake views and exceptional outdoor living. Florida living at it’s finest. PRICE & FULL SPECS UPON REQUEST. CONTACT LYNN S. BYRD 561.762.2772

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Pristine recently renovated townhome offering a modern design aesthetic . throughout. Highlighted by beautiful natural light. A feast of nature in a true uptown location.

UNDER CONTRACT WITHIN 1 DAY - ABOVE LIST PRICE

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Turn What You Love into Where You Live

Palm Beach Gardens | 11607 Charisma Way $14,950,000 | 6 BR, 7 BA, 2 HALF BA | Web# RX-10772221

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Jupiter | 229 Colony Road $4,295,000 | 4 BR, 3 BA | Web# RX-10770658

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Missy McCloskey: M 561.676.0777

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#1 Brokerage In Palm Beach and Miami-Dade Counties*

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400 SOUTH U.S. 1 SUITE C1, JUPITER, FL 33477. 561.653.6100. © 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 HOUSING OPPORTUNITY. *AS RANKED BY BROKERMETRICS® SOURCE: MIAMIRE MLS AND BEACHES MLS. FOR TOTAL SALES VOLUME AND MARKET SHARE IN MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AND PALM BEACH COUNTY 1/1/21 TO 12/31/21.

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ANDREW LEVY JUPITER

LIVE IT. LOVE IT. SELL IT.

Andrew@EchoFineProperties.com

(561) 891-9262 North Palm Beach Regional Board of Directors 2022-2024 7100 Fairway Dr. Suite 44 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418

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WORK WI TH THE HA R TMA N D E ME R S TE A M

OVER 50 PROPERTIES SOLD IN 2021

EXPERIENCE, PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AND INTEGRITY

SOLD .58 ACRES WATERFRONT LOT ON THE LOXAHATCHEE RIVER CLOSED AT $2,490,000

SOLD WITH MULTIPLE OFFERS OVER ASKING 6626 WINDING LAKE DR JUPITER - THE SHORES

SOLD REPRESENTING THE BUYER UNDISCLOSED LOCATION OFF MARKET IN WEST PALM BEACH CLOSED AT $4.5M

BENJAMIN HARTMAN BROKER ASSOCIATE

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The following section presents helpful information provided by prominent private schools in our area.

All listings include a brief synopsis of the schools’ achievements, curriculum highlights, and many important details that families look for when selecting the best education for their children. This handy resource is designed to help you make informed decisions at a glance.

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MEYER PREPARATORY Meyer Preparatory School is a state-of-the-art Junior Kindergarten through 8the grade, college preparatory and IB Jewish day school serving Greater Palm Beach. Combining academic rigor in general and Judaic Studies with top-notch arts and sports programming, Meyer Prep prepares students for lifelong achievement. Our school aims to use the Jewish ethos of hard work and study to produce graduates of the highest caliber. We are excited to announce the opening of Meyer Prep High School coming in 2024!

THE STATS YEAR FOUNDED: 1973 GRADES SERVED: Junior K - 8 CURRENT ENROLLMENT: 165 STUDENT-FACULTY RATIO: 6:1 GRADUATION RATE: 100% UNIFORMS REQUIRED? Yes TUITION: $14,560 - $23,910 TOP AWARDS/ RECOGNITIONS: International Baccalaureate World School • Grinspoon Award for Excellence in Jewish Education • Hiddush Award for Innovation in Teaching and Learning • Scholastic Art and Writing Awards • No Excuse for Abuse Poster and Poem Contest winners 5225 HOOD ROAD • PALM BEACH GARDENS • 561.686.6520 • MEYERPREP.ORG

CARDINAL NEWMAN Campus Tours: Available and welcomed.

Founded in 1961, Cardinal Newman is a premier, Catholic collegepreparatory high school in West Palm Beach. It has a rich tradition of attracting gifted scholars, athletes, and artists who will become women and men of character, faith, and intellect. Newman’s coeducational environment allows students to grow and develop in a safe and communal setting. Every classroom promotes collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking and each student receives the support required to achieve his/ her personal best. The vision is to build life’s champions through faith, scholarship, servant leadership, and a strong family atmosphere. Among our 13,000 graduates have been war heroes, police chiefs, physicians, musicians, authors, researchers, politicians, lawyers, professional athletes, teachers, entrepreneurs, priests, and community leaders.

THE STATS YEAR FOUNDED: 1961 GRADES SERVED: Grades 9 - 12 CURRENT ENROLLMENT: 553 STUDENT-FACULTY RATIO: 12:1 GRADUATION RATE: 100% UNIFORMS REQUIRED? Yes TUITION: $15,465 - $16,975 TOP AWARDS/ RECOGNITIONS: National and Local Debate Team Awards • Gold, Silver, and Bronze Congressional Award Medalists • National Merit • Scholastic Art Awards • Athletic State Championships • Green School of Excellence 512 SPENCER DRIVE • WEST PALM BEACH • 561-683-6266 • CARDINALNEWMAN.COM

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An Oxbridge education goes beyond the classroom. With hands-on learning approaches, Oxbridge students tackle real-life issues in real-time. The Oxbridge experience is interactive, adaptable, relevant, and anything but ordinary. Learn more at oapb.org/admission

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JUPITER CHRISTIAN SCHOOL Campus Tours: Are always available.

With 59 years of excellence in education, Jupiter Christian School provides a Christcentered college-preparatory program to more than 1,000 students in grades pre-K2–12 across four campuses. Our curriculum for elementary students develops character, communication skills, and a foundational love of learning. In lower school, small groups and differentiated instruction contribute significantly to the quality of our academic program. In middle school, students deepen their critical thinking skills, widen their perspectives, and pursue academic readiness. The high school curriculum integrates a biblical worldview to enhance the mastery of core knowledge and lifelong skills. All of life and learning at JCS flows out of our commitment to excellence in teaching the mind, reaching the heart, and inspiring servant leaders who will impact the world for Jesus Christ.

THE STATS YEAR FOUNDED: 1963 GRADES SERVED: Pre-K2 - Grade 12 CURRENT ENROLLMENT: 1,050 GRADUATION RATE: 100% UNIFORMS REQUIRED? Yes TUITION: $11,650 - $16,450 WEST CAMPUS: 700 S. DELAWARE BLVD. • JUPITER • 561-746-7800 EAST CAMPUS: 125 S. PENNOCK LANE • JUPITER • 561-972-4521 NORTH CAMPUS: 430 CENTER ST. • JUPITER • 561-745-3035 SOUTH CAMPUS: 2823 N. AUSTRALIAN AVE. • WEST PALM BEACH • 561-832-9220 JUPITERCHRISTIAN.ORG

OXBRIDGE ACADEMY

Offering grades 7-12. Discover Oxbridge Academy by arranging a campus tour. To schedule your visit, call 561-972-9826 or e-mail admission@oapb.org Oxbridge Academy is an independent, co-educational day school for grades 7-12 located on a beautiful 54-acre campus in West Palm Beach, Florida. In an environment founded on a culture of kindness and the goal of bringing together families who place a high value on fostering a love of learning, Oxbridge delivers an exceptional educational experience by teaching what is worth learning; emphasizing course rigor; fostering personal discovery; integrating academics, the arts, athletics, and community service; and focusing on character building. The result: students who are confident, compassionate, critical thinkers, and global citizens prepared to tackle 21st-century problems. Annual graduating classes receive 100% acceptance to four-year colleges and universities with 40% accepted to the Top 100 schools. Financial aid is available.

THE STATS YEAR FOUNDED: 2011 GRADES SERVED: Grades 7 - 12 CURRENT ENROLLMENT: 515 STUDENT-FACULTY RATIO: 9:1 GRADUATION RATE: 100% UNIFORMS REQUIRED? Yes TUITION: $26,500 (middle school), $35,000 (upper school) TOP AWARDS/RECOGNITIONS: 2020 Pathfinder Award for Computer Science • 2021 Pathfinder Award for Business • Green School Awards 2011-2021 • 2021 All-County Player of the Year in Softball and Boys Golf • Six 2021 Regional Scholastic Arts Awards Gold Key Winners and one National Silver Key Award Winner 3151 N. MILITARY TRAIL • WEST PALM BEACH • 561-972-9826 • OAPB.ORG

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PALM BEACH DAY ACADEMY

Email admission@pbday.org or call us at 561-832-8815 to schedule your private tour of Palm Beach Day Academy today! Palm Beach Day Academy students experience a school culture that expects and honors personal effort, achievement, and character. Students are taught the value of sustained effort, focused thinking, open-mindedness, and consideration for others. They do not simply attend school; they gain an enduring confidence that will allow them to speak up, attempt more, show compassion, question, and adapt to all challenges in an ever-changing world. Our faculty are committed to finding the proper balance of nurturing support and challenging academics for each child. Their dedication extends well beyond the classroom to enrichment, arts, athletics, and extra help. PBDA’s motto of “Work Hard. Be Kind.” is more than a slogan; it is a belief embodied by the children, teachers, and parents at PBDA each day.

THE STATS YEAR FOUNDED: 1921 GRADES SERVED: Pre-K (2 years old) – Grade 9 CURRENT ENROLLMENT: 560 STUDENT-FACULTY RATIO: 6:1 GRADUATION RATE: 100% UNIFORMS REQUIRED? Yes TUITION: $15,380 - $36,930 (‘22 - ’23 school year, need-based financial assistance available for grades K-9) TOP AWARDS/ RECOGNITIONS: Florida’s first independent school • Annual recipient of FAU’s Green School of Excellence award since program’s inauguration in 2008 • Accredited by Florida Council of Independent Schools 241 SEAVIEW AVENUE, PALM BEACH • 561-832-8815 • ADMISSION@PBDAY.ORG • PBDAY.ORG

SAINT EDWARD’S SCHOOL Campus Tours: Are offered in person with an appointment. The school website has a Virtual Open House for interested families who are not ready to book a formal tour.

Saint Edward’s School is a pre-K-12 grade independent school located on the Treasure Coast. The curriculum is established in the tradition of the liberal arts and sciences, with honors offerings in all departments, more than 20 AP courses, and several independent study options. Our 26-acre, coastal campus is used as a living science lab for all ages, and our environment cultivates curiosity as the best motivator for learning. Small class sizes allow for individual attention and differentiation. Students begin Spanish language study in pre-K, and all students are encouraged to explore their talents in fine arts and athletics. SAT scores rank over 40% higher than the Florida average, and over 90% of our students are accepted to their first or second choice college.

THE STATS YEAR FOUNDED: 1965 GRADES SERVED: Pre-K – Grade 12 CURRENT ENROLLMENT: 629 STUDENTFACULTY RATIO: Varies by division GRADUATION RATE: 100% UNIFORMS REQUIRED? Yes, LS and MS TUITION: $7,610 - $31,550 1895 SAINT EDWARD’S DRIVE • VERO BEACH • 772-231-2360 • STEDS.ORG

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LEARN MORE! CARDINAL NEWMAN HIGH SCHOOL

512 Spencer Drive West Palm Beach, FL 33409 A College Preparatory Catholic High School

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ST. MARK’S EPISCOPAL SCHOOL Personalized campus tours by appointment.

St. Mark’s Episcopal School is the premier standard for PK2 through grade 8 education inspiring diverse, well-rounded, and adaptable students to achieve, serve, and lead. St. Mark’s offers a safe and welcoming community for children of all faiths. Devoted teachers cultivate the best in each child through nurture and challenge. Small class sizes allow educators to provide personal attention as well as build partnerships with school families. With an emphasis on character, leadership, faith, and service, students learn to think with their hearts as well as their minds. St. Mark’s offers a balance of enriched core academics, tradition, and innovation. A variety of electives, athletics, fine and performing arts, and a robust after-school program helps students discover their individual interests.

THE STATS YEAR FOUNDED: 1979 GRADES SERVED: PK2 – Grade 8 CURRENT ENROLLMENT: 447 STUDENT-FACULTY RATIO: 8:1 UNIFORMS REQUIRED? Yes TUITION: $7,366 - $20,043 TOP AWARDS/RECOGNITIONS: National, state, and local service awards • 4,400 community service hours by 8th grade class of 2021 • National, state, and local art and writing award recipients • Graduates gain admission to top area high schools 3395 BURNS ROAD • PALM BEACH GARDENS • 561-622-1504 • STMARKSPBG.ORG

THE BENJAMIN SCHOOL Campus Tours: Discover our two beautiful campuses by booking a tour today.

At The Benjamin School, we see a multitude of talents in each child and join with parents to discover, nurture, apply and celebrate each student’s unique gifts. Beginning with our 3-year-old program and continuing through Upper School, we offer a wide range of possibilities for students across broad horizons. In addition to our strong academic program, the School encourages involvement in the visual, performing and creative arts and in a robust athletic program. At the heart of our school is a commitment to teach the importance of good character.

THE STATS YEAR FOUNDED: 1960 GRADES SERVED: Pre-K (3 years old) – Grade 12 CURRENT ENROLLMENT: 1,212 STUDENT-FACULTY RATIO: 8:1 GRADUATION RATE: 100% UNIFORMS REQUIRED? Yes TUITION: $12,390 $32,655 TOP AWARDS/RECOGNITIONS: 17 Cum Laude Society Inductees in 2021 • Palm Beach Dramaworks Young Playwrights Winner • National Speech and Debate Association Academic All American Award • American Scholastic Press Association 1st Place Winner • Florida Scholastic Press Association All-Florida Honors in every category and overall Gold Medal 11000 ELLISON WILSON ROAD • NORTH PALM BEACH • 561-472-3451 • THEBENJAMINSCHOOL.ORG

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DISCOVER THE MEYER PREP DIFFERENCE!

• Meyer Prep High School Opening 2024

Now accepting applications for the 2022-2023 school year including our Junior K Program! Inside and outside the classroom, we motivate, challenge and support each student to set and achieve individual goals.

Why Meyer Prep? One-to-one tablet device provided for each lower school student

State-of-the-art campus features inspired learning spaces and advanced technology

Each IB Middle School student will have their own laptop

100% of graduates are accepted to their first-choice competitive high schools

Low student-to-teacher ratio

Judaic Studies curriculum based on the study of Torah and classical Jewish sources, as well as modern Hebrew curriculum

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 Engineering, Arts, Math) education All students participate in specials,

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• International Baccalaureate Middle School • Advanced Dual Curriculum, Individualized Learning, and Personal Growth • 3 High-Tech Innovation Labs, where Students Learn Coding, Robotics, 3D Printing, Engineering and Design • Outstanding Performing Arts and Athletics • Large Spacious Campus

For more information, contact the Admissions Department nbarak@meyerprep.org

Family community events

lab, yoga mindfulness, movement

5225 Hood Road • Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 33418 • 561.686.6520

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THE PINE SCHOOL

Campus Tours: Campus tours are always available. The Pine School is dedicated to providing the most robust K-12 educational offering on the Treasure Coast. Our small size and careful attention to detail allows us to develop a unique path for each and every student we have the privilege to educate. We are a school of academic innovation — with celebrated educators dedicated to developing a true love of learning. Our students graduate with tremendous communication and creative problemsolving skills, as well as an impressive empathy for the world beyond our picturesque, 174-acre campus (the largest independent campus in Florida). Our unique programming features a range of specially designed focuses including environmental education, BeyondThe-Classroom travel opportunities, inspiring arts, and competitive athletics. The Pine School’s new Arts & Athletic Complex (under construction now) - will provide a permanent stage, a beautiful art gallery, dedicated music classrooms, additional athletic space, and opportunities to host community events. The Pine School / One School. Endless Possibilities.

THE STATS YEAR FOUNDED: 1969 GRADES SERVED: Kindergarten - Grade 12 CURRENT ENROLLMENT: 370 STUDENTFACULTY RATIO: 11:1 GRADUATION RATE: 100% UNIFORMS REQUIRED? Yes TUITION: Flexible Tuition Program TOP AWARDS/RECOGNITIONS: National and local environmental awards • The only school in Florida to receive a prestigious Lemelson-MIT Foundation grant • Student-artists recognized nationally; athletic state champions 12350 SE FEDERAL HIGHWAY • HOBE SOUND • 772-675-7005 • THEPINESCHOOL.ORG

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St. St. Mark’s Mark’s Episcopal Episcopal School School Serving ServingPK2 PK2- -8th 8thGrade Grade

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Looking for the right upper school experience for your rising 9th grader? At Saint Edward’s School, we prepare our students for careers that don’t exist yet. Mentor. Stimulate. Provoke. Engage.

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he idea to launch The Pretty Picnic was born during the pandemic, says founder Gladys Prieto. “People were more comfortable being outside, and I was looking for a creative outlet,” she says of her event company that specializes in styling and catering luxury picnics across South Florida. She comes from a financial background but wanted to use her interior design talents to create memorable events. In a typical month, Prieto says she organizes more than 100 outdoor picnics at venues ranging from clients’ backyards to local parks and beaches. Themes may be as simple as an intimate

brunch or date night or as elaborate as a bridal shower, bachelorette party, or birthday bash. The company takes care of everything to allow clients to enjoy a worry-free experience. The picnics all include a grazing board for guests featuring a variety of cheeses, seasonal fruits, and crackers, plus sparkling or still water and juices. Optional charcuterie or brunch board upgrades are also available. Says Prieto: “You can dine at the best restaurant, but this way, you get to enjoy the outdoors and have a beautiful experience with family and friends.” theprettypicnic.com; 561.599.1459 MARCH 2022 | JUPITER

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Mark your calendar for Jupiter Irish Fest, which will feature a full day of authentic Irish food, beer, live music, whiskey tastings, and more.

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f you’re only going to be Irish one day a year, make the most of it. David McGovern wants to help you do just that. Originally from Dublin, McGovern came to the United States in 2001 and now works as a lieutenant with Tequesta Fire Rescue. He’s also the founder of the Jupiter Irish Fest, which provides a complete immersion into Irish culture. Now in its second year, the festival takes place March 11-12 at the Abacoa Amphitheater. “This has been a dream of mine for years,” says McGovern. “There are many people in America with Irish roots who have never been to their home country. My goal is to bring Ireland to them. Eventually, I hope to build one of the biggest Irish festivals in Florida.” The two-day event is underscored by traditional Irish food

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Great Schools FESTIVAL 411 with dishes provided by When: Friday, March 11, 4-10 p.m.; The Bistro in Jupiter and Saturday, March 12, 11 a.m.-10 p.m. McCarthy’s Irish Pub and Where: Abacoa Amphitheater, Restaurant in Tequesta. Jupiter Guests can enjoy classics Tickets: $10 via Eventbrite; free such as Kerry lamb pie, admission for veterans, first recorned beef sliders, fish sponders, and children under 12 and chips, shepherd’s pie, and an Irish Reuben (corned beef on grilled rye with coleslaw, Swiss cheese, and Thousand Island dressing). The star of the show is usually Brendon McCarthy’s chicken pot pie—a family recipe passed down for more than 70 years. He estimates he has served more than 700,000 of them during his restaurant career. “Today, people think of chicken pot pie as a frozen dish,” he says. “We serve the vegetables on the side so they remain fresh and crisp. It’s the ultimate comfort food, with a savory gravy and a layer of puff pastry on top.” There will also be a full bar at the festival, with an assortment of ales, and guests can sample a flight of three Irish whiskies for $10. Guinness is a sponsor, and trained bartenders will be on hand to teach you how to pour the perfect pint. Entertainment begins on Friday with a battle of the bands between the Greater Boston Firefighters Pipes and Drums and the Palm Beach County Pipes and Drums. Other performers include traditional Irish vocalist Tracy Sands, local band Rogue Theory, the Tir Na Gri Greine Irish dancers, and several bands flying in from Ireland. Saturday’s happenings will include a hurling demonstration by the Gaelic Athletic Association. “I’ve made a great life here, but I still miss Ireland every day,” says McGovern. “This event is an opportunity to show pride in where I was born and to leave a legacy for others.” jupiteririshfest.com

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rendon McCarthy, owner of McCarthy’s Irish Pub and Restaurant in Tequesta, grew up in the restaurant business. He started working as a dishwasher at his parents’ restaurant when he was 9, and he has preserved his family recipes for a new generation of diners. The chicken pot pie—one of McCarthy’s most popular dishes at the pub—is a legacy from his grandfather Arthur Watson, who fed troops in the Royal Air Force during World War II. The recipe hasn’t changed much in 75 years, though McCarthy admits that diners back then were far less concerned with butter and cream. “The dish is loaded with chicken,” he says, “but the gravy is the star.”

McCARTHY’S CHICKEN POT PIE [Serves 4]

INGREDIENTS 2 whole 3 lb. chickens Chicken base Roux (recipe below) White pepper and salt 4 cups fresh peas 2 cups diced carrots Puff pastry (Pillsbury recommended) DIRECTIONS Boil chickens until meat is cooked thoroughly. Pick off all the white and dark meat and put aside. Run stock and bones through a strainer and save for the gravy. Make a roux by combining one or two cups of all-purpose flour and one pound of butter. Bring stock to a boil, add two tablespoons chicken base, and mix roux into the stock until gravy reaches desired consistency. Add a small amount of white pepper and salt to taste. Steam carrots and peas and add to gravy right before serving. Roll out puff pastry, cut into desired size square, and bake 45 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Combine chicken and gravy and serve with hot puffed pastry square. mccarthyspub.net

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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 BURGERFI Known for serving inventive, 100-percent all-natural Angus beef burgers, this burger joint also reigns supreme in hand-cut fries and creamy frozen custard desserts. Alternative options are also available for non-meat-eaters. 2466 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; burgerfi.com; 561.508.5422 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 DAS BEER GARDEN A bright, spacious taproom offering selections of beer and kombucha, and a small menu of American gastropub-style eats. Plus live music and events. 1203 Town Center Drive #116, Jupiter; dascraftbeer.com; 561.776.8669 FARMER’S TABLE A community restaurant offering a variety of dishes for all types of diners. Enjoy brunch, happy hour, and dinner with inventive beverages, including garden-to-glass cocktails and elixirs. 951 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach, dinefarmerstable.com; 561.691.3430 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 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 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. The menu is inspired by fresh, local ingredients that are 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 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 THE LOKOMOTIVE Located inside the family-owned-and-operated market known as Ferro Via, The Lokomotive is a must-visit for a cup of joe or tea, plus pastries and grab-and-go items. 103 Center St., Jupiter; theferrovia.com; 561.972.7447

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, sweet confections, 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. 2000 PGA Blvd. Suite 3110, Palm Beach Gardens; limoncellopbg.com; 561.622.7200 LYNORA’S A true family affair, this locals' favorite excels at modernizing classic Italian dishes. 1548 U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; lynoras.com; 561.203.2702 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. Dinner includes three-course prix-fixe meals, two-course 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, gelato, and a selection of coffee, 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, Eddie Lubic’s passion for Italian cuisine has been passed down through generations. Savor dishes in a comfortable and attractive atmosphere. 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 (diced fish, marinated in ceviche broth and served in a cocktail glass) and chaufa, a Peruvian fried rice

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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 DUKE’S TACOS AND MARGS The team behind Brick & Barrel brings this casual taco and margarita concept to downtown Abacoa. Thomas Op’t Holt helms the kitchen with creative riffs on Floribbean street tacos. 1155 Main St. Suite 120, Jupiter; dukestacos.com; 561.619.5177 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

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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

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Flavor 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 HOG SNAPPERS With its fusion of Latin, Caribbean, and Eastern Pacific flavors, the menu is as diverse as it is delicious at this eatery. 279 U.S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta; hogsnappersshackandsushi.com; 561.401.9309 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

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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 Blvd., North Palm Beach; thecatchseafoodsushi.com; 561.842.2180 THE RIVER HOUSE The Palm Beach Gardens outpost of BrickTop’s overlooks the North Palm Beach Waterway and features a chic tiki bar. 2373 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; theriverhousepbg.com; 561.720.2595 THE TACKLEBOX This spot features a variety of seafood like spicy lobster and shrimp rolls and tuna poke bowls and is ideal for take-out lunch best enjoyed at one of the outside seating areas. 1116 Love St., Jupiter; tackleboxjupiter.com; 561.532.3332 THE TWISTED TUNA A sister restaurant to the one based in Port Salerno, this restaurant is home to delectable sushi rolls, seafood dishes, and a raw bar, in addition to an array of Italian favorites. A bottomless bloody Mary brunch is available on Sundays. 353-R S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; thetwistedtuna.com; 561.406.2188 THIRSTY TURTLE SEAGRILL Enjoy fresh fish, bar eats, and brews at this busy watering hole while watching the big game. 13981 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; thirstyturtlefl.com; 561.627.8991 U-TIKI BEACH This waterfront restaurant boasts a tropical sand beach, open-air dining, an entertainment stage, and views of the Jupiter Lighthouse from the buzzing bar. Its casual menu includes Caribbean seafood, lobster rolls, sushi rolls, oysters, and wings. 1095 N. Hwy. A1A, Jupiter; utikibeach.com; 561.406.2210

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 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 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. Favorites 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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From left: Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition at the Armory Art Center March 11 to April 24; Anastasia at the Kravis Center through March 13; Chris Botti at the Kravis Center March 15 and the Sunrise Theatre March 23.

MARCH 2022

Arts & Culture

HAPPENINGS

Center, West Palm Beach, $50-$225.

(hanleyfoundation.org)

2 Lighthouse Sunset Tour, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & 7 Culture & Cocktails with Mark Badgley and James Mischka, The

Museum, also March 9, 16, 23, 30, $25.

(jupiterlighthouse.org)

Ben, West Palm Beach, $75-$125.

4 Exhibition Insight: Uncovering Hi(s)tories While Making Art with Adama Delphine,

(palmbeachculture.com)

Stiller Auditorium, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, contact for ticket prices. (norton.org)

13 Lighthouse Sunrise Tour, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, also March 19, $30. (jupiterlighthouse.org)

Kips Bay Decorator Show House Opening Day Preview Reception, benefiting the Kips Bay

17 MorseLife Thirty-Eighth Annual Dinner and Entertainment, The Breakers, Palm Beach, contact for ticket prices. (mlevents.org)

Boys & Girls Club and Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County, 3001 Spruce Avenue, West Palm Beach, $250.

(kipsbaydecoratorshowhouse.org)

5 Barn Theatre Fiftieth Anniversary Gala, The Elliott Museum, Stuart, $75, (barntheatretickets.com)

27 En Plein Air Paint Out Competition, Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, West Palm Beach, contact for ticket prices. (lighthousearts.org) 28 MorseLife Golf Classic, The Breakers Ocean Golf Course, Palm Beach, contact for ticket prices.

18 Lighthouse Moonrise Tour, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, $25. (jupiterlighthouse.org)

Kravis Center Gala, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $650-$1,250. (kravis.org)

Mutt March Festival & WaterFest, Memorial Park, Stuart, free. (hstc1.org)

(mlevents.org) 31 Hanley Foundation Palm Beach Dinner,

Third Annual Garden and Antique Show & Sale, McKee Botanical Garden, Vero Beach, also March 19, $10-$15. (mckeegarden.org)

The Sailfish Club of Florida, Palm Beach, $350-$500.

(hanleyfoundation.org)

Eleventh Annual Rib Round Up, food and country

23 “Conversations on Style” with Steven Stolman, featuring Douglas Friedman, Dixon Education

Let’s Flamingle for the Kids, benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, The Colony Hotel, Palm Beach, $300. (stjude.org/palmbeach)

music festival, iThink Financial Amphitheatre, West Palm Beach, $41-$221. (ribroundupsouthflorida.com)

Building, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $5. (fourarts.org)

PERFORMANCES

Kips Bay Decorator Show House, benefiting the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County, to April 3, $40 (virtual tickets are $20). (kipsbaydecoratorshowhouse.org)

24 Palm Beach International Boat Show, Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, to March 27, contact for ticket prices. (pbboatshow.com)

6 Paws & Claws Gala, benefiting Humane Society of the Treasure Coast, Colab Kitchen, Stuart, $200.

Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary Art Fair,

3 13 the Musical, StarStruck Academy Theatre, Stuart, to March 5, $25-$50. (starstruckfl.org)

Palm Beach County Convention Center, West Palm Beach, to March 27, contact for ticket prices. (artpbfair.com)

Engelbert Humperdinck: The Reflections Tour,

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Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, tickets start at $58.50.

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2 Gabe Kaplan, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $55. (lyrictheatre.com)

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Society of the Treasure Coast, Memorial Park, Stuart, $35.

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Keb’ Mo’, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $60. (lyrictheatre.com)

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4 Masters of Illusion, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, tickets start at $45.50. (sunrisetheatre.com) Ballet Palm Beach Presents Giselle, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, to March 6, $45. (balletpalmbeach.org)

5 Chicks with Hits: Terri Clark, Pam Tillis, and Suzy Bogguss, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, tickets start at $59.50. (sunrisetheatre.com)

6 Ana Popovic, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $42. (lyrictheatre.com) Victory Productions Presents Howie Mandel, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, tickets start at $48.

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Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $29-$110; also March 23, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, tickets start at $62. (kravis.org;

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Rain: A Tribute to The Beatles, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $20-$100. (kravis.org)

15 Chris Botti, Dreyfoos

The Ten Tenors Present “Love Is in the Air,” Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, tickets start at $52.50.

(sunrisetheatre.com) 17 The Doo Wop Project, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $52. (lyrictheatre.com)

Don’t miss Rain: A Tribute to The Beatles at the Kravis Center March 3.

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Steven Wright, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $52. (lyrictheatre.com)

18 Proud Tina: The Ultimate Tribute to Tina Turner, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, tickets start at $38. (sunrisetheatre.com)

MUSEUMS & GALLERIES Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach. Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition, March 11 to April 24.

(armoryart.org) 9 Jazz at Lincoln Center Presents “Songs We Love,” Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $52. (lyrictheatre.com)

22 Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, to April 10, $66-$120. (jupitertheatre.org)

Anastasia, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, to March 13, $32-$92. (kravis.org)

Strings Attached, First Presbyterian Church of North Palm Beach, also March 23, Community

Legendary Productions presents “Sounds of the ’60s,” Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, tickets start at $48. (sunrisetheatre.com) 10 Best of The Eagles Tribute, Korman Hall, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, $55-$75. (jupitertheatre.org) Bare Truth, Barn Theatre, Stuart, to March 27, $15-$30. (barntheatretickets.com)

Elliott Museum, Stuart. Notorious Ashley Gang—The Making of a Legend, permanent exhibition. (hsmc-fl.com)

Church of Vero Beach; March 25, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $30-$65. (atlanticclassicalorchestra.com)

Esther B. O’Keeffe Gallery, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach. In a New Light: American Impressionism 1870-1940, Works from the Bank of America Collection, to April 16. (fourarts.org)

23 “Married to Broadway” Featuring The Sharpe Family Singers, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $52. (lyrictheatre.com)

Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery & School of Art,

24 Stellar Entertainment Presents Jive Talkin’: A Tribute to the Bee Gees, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, tickets start at $38. (sunrisetheatre.com)

Tequesta. Warhol! Warhol! Warhol!, Ray Gross Pop Art Sculpture, and Paper Alchemy, to March 23; Mini Radical Jewelry Makeover, to March 24; Ninth Annual Plein Air Festival, March 27 to April 2. (lighthousearts.org)

Mounts Botanical Garden, West Palm Beach. Elko Concerts Presents Blood, Sweat, and Tears, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, tickets start at $53. (sunrisetheatre.com)

The Price Is Right Live, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, tickets start at $54.50. (sunrisetheatre.com)

11 Mike DelGuidice and Big Shot Celebrate the Music of Billy Joel, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, tickets start at $42. (sunrisetheatre.com)

Stuart, $47. (lyrictheatre.com)

26 An Evening with Rita Rudner, Lyric Theatre,

Sean Kenney’s Nature POP! Art with Lego Bricks, to May 1.

(mounts.org)

Stephanie J. Block Presents “Believe,” Korman

Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $20-$100.

Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach. Saul Steinberg: A Writer Who Draws, to March 6; Origin Stories: Photography of Africa and Its Diaspora, to March 20; Calder BMW Art Car, to April 24; From Hassam to Wyeth: Gifts from Doris and Shouky Shaheen, to May 1; Transcending Boundaries: Chinese Women Painters from Dynastic Times to the Modern Era, to May 29; Jane Peterson: Impressions of Light and Water, to June 12; Beaching the Boat (Afternoon Light) by Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida, to June 25, 2023; The Howard and Judie Ganek Collection, to Sept. 25; A Remarkable Gathering: The Fisher Landau Family Collection and Dürer, Rembrandt, and Picasso: Three Masters of the Print, both March 13 to Sept. 11.

Hall, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, $66-$500.

(kravis.org)

(norton.org)

Odyssey Road: Tribute to Journey, Korman Hall, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, $66-$120. (jupitertheatre.org) 12 Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $50. (lyrictheatre.com)

Carpenters Tribute Concert with Sally Olson and Ned Mills, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, tickets start at $42. (sunrisetheatre.com) 27 Sierra Hull, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $40. (lyrictheatre.com) 29 Abba The Concert: A Tribute to Abba,

(jupitertheatre.org) 13 Elko Concerts Presents Lee Greenwood, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, tickets start at $42.

(sunrisetheatre.com)

30 A Solid Gold Evening with Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr., Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $65. (lyrictheatre.com)

THESE EVENT DETAILS ARE CURRENT AS OF PRESS TIME, BUT PLEASE CONTACT THE VENUE OR PRESENTER FOR THE MOST UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION.

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Painting Paradise The Lighthouse ArtCenter in Tequesta will host its ninth annual Plein Air Festival March 27 to April 2. Thirty nationally celebrated artists will compete across the Palm Beaches at outdoor events including the “Paint Out Competition” March 28 and “Battle of the Brushes” April 2. Find out more at jupitermag.com/ninthpleinair.

“Outshined” Jesse Koblentz @grateful.jess

JANINE HARRIS

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Mark your calendars for March 4-6 as Ballet Palm Beach, the professional ballet company of the Palm Beaches, stages performances of Giselle at the Kravis Center. Dancers from across the county will convene for the great ballet classic, which follows the story of a heartbroken Giselle on her journey to forgiveness. Read up on the ballet company at jupitermag.com/giselle.

Everglades Chic This spring, beloved American sportswear brand J. McLaughlin is partnering with The Everglades Foundation on an exclusive collection that supports environmental protection, with 10 percent of sales going to the organization. Locals can shop the limited edition capsule at the J. McLaughlin store at The Gardens Mall to help protect the beloved national park. Learn more about the campaign at jupitermag.com/jmclaughlin. Connect with us on social media:

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