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ARE DINOSAURS DEVOURING YOUR WEALTH?

As a Registered Investment Adviser, Alexander Cooke of Optimist Capital is in a rare group. Out of the more than 300,000 licensed financial professionals in the United States, fewer than two percent are solely investment advisers. The remaining 98-plus percent are brokers or dual-registered financial advisers. “One of the most challenging parts of our business is clarifying the substantial difference and how it affects their investments,” the managing director of Optimist Capital says. We sat down with the team at Optimist Capital to clarify the differences in Wealth Managers, ask about appropriate investments and explore frequently asked questions.

Q What emerging trends are you seeing in your field? Q Are you concerned about a looming Bear Market? Jack-of-all-Trades Wealth Managers. Managing investAbsolutely not. A Bear Market is where skilled managers A The ments for others is a full-time job that requires research, A will create maximum opportunity. Our experienced analysts time, energy and focus. I have seen a lot of professionals from other fields tacking on Wealth Manager titles. You are either great at one thing or mediocre at many.

build the most wealth for clients during tougher times when the market offers discounts to value. It is far more advantageous to purchase strong companies when they are in a discounted position. This is where the term “Buy Low, Sell High” comes from.

Q What is the most challenging part of your business? How can I avoid investing at the top of the market? Educating the public that not all wealth managers are equal. Q A We at Optimist Capital are solely Registered Investment Ad- It has always been our view that one top is another bottom. visers (RIA) and as such we are financial fiduciaries 100% of the A For there to be a top in one market, there must be a bottom in time. What that means in the simplest form is that we must always put the client first in any and every transaction we do. Most wealth managers are not held to the same standard.

many Brokers/Financial Advisors are Q Recently, also carrying RIA licenses. This is known as “dually registered.” Is that a benefit to investors?

have an RIA hat so they will call themselves fiA Brokers/FAs duciaries. They then switch to the Broker hat allowing them

to sell highly commissioned products like annuities and mutual funds, which are the dinosaurs of the investment world, and then they switch back as necessary to make the best deal for themselves and their firm. A series 6 or 7 license does not have any fiduciary requirements. This lack of transparency benefits the Broker and costs the client, allowing them to call themselves “advisors.”

refer to Mutual Funds & Annuities as Q You “dinosaurs.” Aren’t they common investments?

unfortunately–too common. They create a multitude of A Yes, problems, locking up your hard-earned money and charging

large hidden fee/commission structures. Rarely do they provide any real-world performance. Annuities are the worst offenders; they have contracts that create such confusion we often find that individuals have no idea what they own. The only one to likely benefit from these is the Broker/FA that sold it. Salespeople play to their strength, which is relationship building. Promises like “guaranteed return on investment, guaranteed income and guaranteed principal” are inappropriate and are used in the sales process. If this were in our industry, it would be completely illegal. We are obligated to operate under the fiduciary standard. We at Optimist Capital are professional money managers who play to our strength: building our clients’ wealth.

another asset class somewhere. The difference of working with a manager who knows markets and doesn’t place people in random mutual funds is this simple fact: We are always looking for the next investment.

Q How can I time the market to know when to invest? can’t. That is the most straightforward answer you will A You ever receive. The key has never been to time the market, but

rather to have the skillset, information and knowledge to enter as close to the bottom as possible and exit as close to the top as possible. Working this way efficiently, a portfolio will always beat markets over time.

should someone work with an Investment Adviser Q Why such as Optmist Capital?

are fiduciaries 100% of the time. Our clients’ interests A We always come first. We create custom tailored portfolios for

the clients’ specific needs, tax implications and risk tolerance. We don’t sell products, such as annuities or mutual funds, which are dinosaurs of a bygone era. Such products carry high commissions and hidden fees which are rarely appropriate. We are a fee-only business, which aligns us with the client. We succeed when the client succeeds. Clients come to us when they want to create a stronger investment portfolio. Our experienced analysts with innovative inhouse tools can successfully navigate the market to preserve capital and build wealth.

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departments 14 PUBLISHER’S LETTER

34 NOMAD’S NOTEBOOK

Words from Donna Lewis

Cozy up in a cabin in the Great Smoky Mountains

16 GUIDE TO JANUARY The most anticipated new year happenings

20 BEAUTY

Start the new year with a new head-to-toe routine

22 STYLE FILE

Get to know luxury footwear brand Aquazzura’s co-founder and creative director

24 JEWELRY

Spice up your style with asymmetric accessories

26 BOUTIQUE BUZZ

114 SPOTLIGHT

Experience the botanical bar and restaurant Sourbon

116 COCKTAIL HOUR

Meet the founder of “It’s a 10 Haircare” over drinks with Josh Cohen

121 SOCIAL CALENDAR Must-attend events

122 SCENE + HEARD

Were you at the hottest events this season?

Go shopping with the friends at Lola Dré

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30 PHILANTHROPY FORERUNNER

32 REAL ESTATE VETERAN

Co-chairman Patrick Park shares what’s in store for this year’s Palm Beach Wine Auction.

Discover 20 things to know about Chris Leavitt, one of the most successful brokers of luxury real estate in South Florida.

features 38 PALM BEACH PREP Meet six of Palm Beach’s preppy personalities.

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Everything you need to know ahead of Super Bowl LIV.

ON THE COVER Photo by Ian Jacob

68 ISLAND ESCAPE

From empty plot to lakeside utopia, HW Interiors’ Lisa Hynes and Heather Weisz tackle a second home project for a Palm Beach family.

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Explore a showcase of paintings, sculptures, videos and art from emerging talent and masters alike. The annual art fair Art Palm Beach runs from Jan. 31 to Feb. 3 at the Palm Beach County Convention Center. The long-standing event prides itself on its modern and contemporary world-class art. (Tickets from $8; nextlevelfairs.com/ artpalmbeach)

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Vegans, vegetarians and omnivores can come together in healthy harmony at VegFest on Jan. 19 at Meyer Amphitheater. Along with vegan food, shop everything from yoga apparel to skincare or have some fun with friends while playing lawn games including corn hole and giant Jenga. If you’re planning on eating, don’t forget your reusable bottle, plate and cutlery. (Free; pbvegfest.com)

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The hit musical “Hamilton” is headed to the Kravis Center Jan. 28 to Feb. 16. This musical biography features a score by LinManuel Miranda that blends hip-hop, jazz, blues, rap, R&B and Broadway for a unique experience of American history through today’s lens. (Tickets from $67.50; go.kravis.org)

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BELLA GAIA LIVE

This may be the closest experience you can get to outer space. Bella Gaia Live combines NASA satellite imagery with music, dance and technology at the Kravis Center Jan. 17 to 18. The show is inspired by astronauts who experienced Earth from space and the lifechanging power it had on them. ($39; go.kravis.org)

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‘WITH THESE HANDS’ “With These Hands” will showcase 14 of Jim Rennert’s iconic sculptures beginning Jan. 9. Business suited figures portray “the everyman” with the struggles and emotions of the modern person. The exhibit at Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens includes Rennert’s iconic figure Think Big. (Tickets from $7; ansg.org)

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CRAFT BREWERS F E S T I VA L

Enjoy unlimited samples from some of South Florida’s and the nation’s finest breweries at the Jupiter Craft Brewers Festival. While you’re tasting on Jan. 24 and 25, you’ll be serenaded by local musicians. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Autism Project of Palm Beach County. ($40; jupitercraftbrewersfestival.com)

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SUPERCAR WEEK

Motor enthusiasts can revel in all things auto at the 10th anniversary SuperCar Week in Palm Beach County. The nine-day spectacle beginning Jan. 4 will be packed with family-friendly events and more than 1,000 vehicles. This leads to the Grand Finale on the West Palm Beach Waterfront on Jan. 12. (Free, VIP from $85; supercarweeek.com)

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How Women At Scripps Research In Jupiter Are Changing Science Innovation flourishes in a climate of diversity, and that’s the environment at Scripps Research in Jupiter, where women number 39 out of the 72 students attending the institute’s internationally recognized graduate program. While only one-third of the global science workforce is women, in Florida, women number more than half of the students attending the Skaggs Graduate School of Chemical and Biological Sciences. To build that momentum, the institute’s Jupiter campus has launched an important initiative: Women in Science Education (WISE). The goal is to raise a $500,000 match through a series of charity events and thereby create a $1 million WISE educational endowment. To learn more about WISE, visit jupitermag.com.

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LoveShackFancy The New York City-based lifestyle brand has officially opened its boutique in Royal Poinciana Plaza. The jewel-box style space aims to bring the brand’s romanticized vision to life.

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The Parched Pig Quench your thirst with The Parched Pig’s new Globe Trotter cocktails. The menu features five innovative libations inspired by worldly spirits and flavors.

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Foreverglades Through February, tour the public art installation by artist Sofia Valiente focused on life in The Glades. The exhibit immerses visitors in the history of Florida from years past, all while being housed in a replica of a 1920s steamboat docked in the Stub Canal Turning Basin in Howard Park.

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Henry’s Palm Beach The Breakers Palm Beach’s newest addition to its dining scene is set to open in early 2020. Named after the resort’s founder, Henry Morrison Flagler, Henry’s Palm Beach will feature comfort food with a lavish twist and a sprinkle of nostalgia.

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NEW CULINARY CONCEPTS COMING TO ROSEMARY SQUARE Rosemary Square is expanding its experiential dining collection with several new restaurants slated to open this year. Planta, a 100 percent plant-based eatery, will open following success in Miami and Toronto. High Dive, an upscale seafood-focused restaurant with a relaxed vibe, is set to open this month. For the full list of restaurants, head over to jupitermag.com.

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Pups4Patriots Head to Eau Palm Beach on Jan. 23 for an evening honoring recent American Humane service dog/veteran teams that graduated from the intensive training program. Enjoy an open bar, a seated three-course dinner and live entertainment throughout the evening.

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Tailored wealth strategies Personalized advice backed by a global leader

The Sylvia Wealth Management Group J.P. Morgan Securities Kurt Sylvia

Best-In-State Wealth Advisors Forbes, 2019

Managing Director

America’s Top Wealth Advisors Forbes, 2017, 2016

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Top 400 Financial Advisers Financial Times, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2014, 2013

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“J.P. Morgan Securities” is a brand name for a wealth management business that offers brokerage and advisory products and services through its affiliate, J.P. Morgan Securities LLC, member of FINRA and SIPC. Awards or rankings are not indicative of future success or results. Published information is generally based exclusively on material prepared and/or submitted by the recognized recipient. To learn about selection criteria, contact the issuing third-party, non-affiliated organization(s). © 2019 JPMorgan Chase & Co. All rights reserved.


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SELF CARE NEW YEAR “New Year, New You” goes beyond eating right and frequenting the gym. For your New Year’s resolution, be sure to take care of your entire body, head to toe. These seven products are a great place to start. By Megan Ayscue

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Relax tired feet in Lush’s Foot Soak and Fancy Free. Soften hard skin with ingredients like Epsom, fine sea salts and Irish moss powder while lavender oil, jasmine and chamomile blue oil calm your mind. $7.95; lushusa.com

The rich, creamy texture of Chanel’s La Mousse cleanses the

skin of makeup, sunscreen and pollutants with its refreshing, foaming formula. $45; chanel.com

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You don’t have to be a hand model to want healthy nails, skin and cuticles. Clarins’

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Restore the plumpness to your lips after a winter getaway with the Soin

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skin and surface of nails from cold, wind and hard water with softening allantoin and aloe as well as Shea butter and sesame seed. $30; clarins.com

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The Body Shop’s Shea Butter Richly Replenishing Hair Mask. This mask

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Under Eye Gold Gel and Rose Gold Gel Masks . The collagen and

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Meet the designer who A-listers and fashionistas alike are turning to for shoes that not only dazzle but are sweet on the feet. Interview by M E L I S S A P U P P O

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he meaning behind international footwear brand Aquazzura is “blue ocean,” an apt name thought up by cofounder and creative director Edgardo Osorio. “Any city by the ocean is a city that I love,” says the 34-year-old Colombian-born designer who was raised between Miami and London. He studied at the London College of Fashion and Central Saint Martins before moving to Florence, Italy, where he found work at fashion powerhouses Salvatore Ferragamo and Roberto Cavalli. He later launched his flagship store in the famed Renaissance city at Palazzo Corsini, churning out luxury footwear that’s elegant yet practical and adorned by celebrities such as Meghan Markle. We sat down with the design extraordinaire at Saks Fifth Avenue at Town Center at Boca Raton to talk about his first Aquazzura shoe, his creative process and the latest launch.

What made you want to begin designing shoes?

Within a week of working for a ready-to-wear designer, I realized what I was interested in was accessories and, specifically, shoes. It kind of found me. I always loved shoes and it was always very present in my life. My mother had many sisters, and they were obviously about shoes and for me, my mother always told me, “The most important thing is the shoes and everything else is whatever.” I like how emotional shoes are, how much they tell you about a person, especially about a woman—how she’s feeling, what she wants to communicate and how that can change her body, her look; how they can maybe define a moment. Describe the first pair of Aquazzura shoes you created.

It’s called “Sexy Thing,” and it was a suede, unlined, open-toed booty with cutouts. It was one of our bestsellers and one of our most iconic shoes. I remember I was in Portugal on holiday in the wine region, and I was just sketching away. I wanted the idea of a shoe that felt like a glove and had cutouts almost like a mask.

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Where do you find inspiration?

Women are my biggest inspiration. Whenever I travel I see what people are wearing, and I talk to women and they tell me and not tell me what they’re looking for. Whenever I’m in a country I like to go and see local artisans, markets, flea markets, fairs. I’m also very into arts and contemporary art, so I visit a lot of museums and exhibitions, and I see auctions and shows. As a designer, you’re a sponge to everything you see and look. Luckily I travel a lot, so I see a lot. Tell us about your Resort 2020 collection.

I worked more on silhouettes and textures and decorations and different elements. There’s a lot of multicolor and rainbow; there’s also a lot of evening, but also a new kind of evening—it’s an evening shoe but it can also be a glamour day shoe because it’s in a mid-heel and it’s kind of ’90s, “Sex and the City.” There’s a return to the platform. I’ve been doing platforms for a while, and it’s been quite successful. There’s a whole kind of ’70s vibe going on in fashion. That’s something that I think is going to be strong, especially for all of these wide-leg pants and jeans that are going around. What’s important when designing shoes for women?

Making something beautiful, making something that enhances a woman’s beauty—that makes her legs look longer, that makes her feel good. My favorite shoes are the ones that make you smile, make you want to have a good time. And I think of comfort; if you’re comfortable, you’ll really have a good time.

How do you define your style?

Classic Italian. I wear lots of navy. I love white jeans and white pants and loafers. Loafers are my sneakers and slippers as well. I’m not very brand-oriented.


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lowers, bright smiles and warm welcomes greet guests of Lola Dré, a new luxury boutique in Harbourside Place. The tall glass windows and doors flood the cozy shop with natural light, glistening off jewelry and sequins. Plush chairs and a couch adorned with pillows and throws invite visitors to relax, chat and stay awhile. Lola Dré, named after the owners Lorry Rahman, Lauren Murray and André Arceneaux, opened the doors to its chic shop in October. While the trio always loved fashion and complimenting each other’s outfits, they would also commiserate over the hassles of online shopping. “We took the concept of an online store with all the brands, with all the variety you can get online, but in a store,” Rahman says. “We also wanted to bring fun back to shopping because we really felt like the brickand-mortar experience wasn’t fun anymore.” They wanted a boutique where customers can relax and have fun as if they’re visiting with a girlfriend. “We didn’t want it to be an in and out experience,” Arceneaux says. “We wanted to create an environment where people wanted to come and gather and spend time, and spend time with us.”

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There’s something for everyone to try on, from cocktail, resort and casual wear to jewelry and accessories. It’s fun to scope out weekly merchandise for special one-off items, like a sphere, metal purse with open sides, pearls and jewels. “We love new, we love trendy, but we’re also trying to have something for everyone as well,” Rahman says. Customers can experience an extra personal touch with free personal styling appointments. While the ladies love to see shoppers enjoying each of their hand-picked items from more than 90 designers, they also provide honest feedback so customers can look and feel their best. “Some of the brands [in the store] were new for the area,” Murray says. “You can’t find a lot of these things really anywhere.” Lola Dré offers a wide variety of sizes and styles, so there’s something for everyone. Prices range from $100 to $1,200 for unique pieces. Guests can even shop and preorder items up to two seasons ahead online and in-store. “We all have similar tastes, but what we gravitate toward happens to be in different styles,” Murray says. “While we may all pick the same print, I always go for the long dresses and André loves a short set … and Lorry loves short dresses.” As a part of the store’s conception, Lola Dré has also partnered with charities and plans to continue to work with different organizations in the future. > Lola Dré, Harbourside Place, 111 Breakwater Court, Jupiter; 561.935.9949; loladre.com


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Breathing New Life into the Palm Beach Wine Auction LONGTIME PHILANTHROPIST PATRICK PARK HAS BIG PLANS FOR THIS YEAR’S EVENT, INCLUDING A LOCATION CHANGE TO THE LUXURIOUS 1000 NORTH IN JUPITER. By Clarissa Buch Photography by Kenrick Mills

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sk Patrick Park what the secret is to hosting a successful fundraiser, and he will say it’s all in the details of the atmosphere—a ballroom or event space that’s visually stunning with excellent cuisine, the finest wines and top-rated live music. “You learn that people do, in fact, want to donate money,” he says. “People have the potential to be incredibly generous, but it helps when the environment is stress-free. Save the business for later, and instead enjoy music, food and drink. Making sure everyone has a great time correlates with a favorable outcome for an event.” This year, Park, a Jupiter resident and wellknown philanthropist, will co-chair the 13th annual Palm Beach Wine Auction along with his wife, Milly. In the last 25 years, he has chaired more than 200 fundraising events, mostly in Palm Beach County, while managing his family’s philanthropic efforts. “I always try to put myself in the attendees’ shoes,” he says. “Unlike fundraisers up north [in New York], which are more corporatedriven, Palm Beach does things a little different. We try to make sure everyone has an unforgettable time, first and foremost. At the end of the day, coming together for extraordinary causes is what makes it all worthwhile.” Set for Jan. 20, this is the first year the Palm Beach Wine Auction will take place at the private club at 1000 NORTH, a fine dining restaurant with spectacular views of the Jupiter Inlet. As the Kravis Center’s signature fundraiser for students’ arts education programming, attendees will be greeted by famed mariachi 30

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band Estrellas de Mexico, “The Stars of Mexico,” followed by an evening filled with free-flowing Krug Champagne, cigar-rolling and live music inspired by the Gipsy Kings. The wine auction itself will feature numerous 100-point wines never before offered at auction, as well as luxury travel and dining experiences. Over the past 12 years, the auction has raised more than $4 million toward Kravis Center arts education programs, and Park believes this year will be another success. “Hosting the auction at 1000 NORTH is a way for us to seamlessly marry unparalleled food with coveted wines,” Park says. “Though this year will not take place in a hotel or a ballroom, but instead a five-star restaurant that allows attendees to experience something different.”

Executive chef of 1000 NORTH, Lee Morris, will be at the helm of the evening’s gourmet dinner service while Brian Chamis, sommelier of Café Chardonnay in Palm Beach Gardens and co-owner of The Vine Post wine shop in Juno Beach, will return as the Palm Beach Wine Auction Sommelier for the event’s wine service. “The Palm Beach gala season has many worthwhile events, but the Palm Beach Wine Auction is unique in its commitment to culinary excellence of the highest caliber,” Park says. “This event is an ongoing commitment to the future of Palm Beach County. With a vision to bring a new element of excitement and fun to this year’s event, Milly and I look forward to entertaining our guests in unforgettable fashion with one of our trademark cocktail parties.”


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P O R T R A I T 1. WORK DUDS A Ralph Lauren Purple Label suit. I’m kind of on the thin side, and they’re very tapered and form-fitting.

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2. DRINK DU JOUR Perrier with a splash of pineapple juice and a lime.

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3. GO-TO SNACK Chunkie Dunkies. They’re vegan cookies made by a local company in Riviera Beach. 4. BINGE WATCHES “The Real Housewives of New York City” because I have a friend who’s on it.

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5. WHAT’S PLAYING Top 40. I love anything new and current. 6. ALWAYS CARRIES Creed cologne’s Vetiver Geranium and Cedre Blanc. I keep a bottle of cologne in my briefcase because I always want to be fresh and smell great. 7. ACTIVE ENDEAVOR Swimming in my pool. I live in a really fabulous building with one of the largest pools in Palm Beach County. 8. HIDDEN TALENT My concierge services.

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ot long before becoming one of the most successful brokers in South Florida’s ultra-competitive luxury real estate arena, Chris Leavitt was eyeing a career in entertainment. While his friends struggled with their economics 6 and psychology courses, Chris attended film and media classes that analyzed “James Bond” films and pop culture sitcom classics, like “The Jeffersons,” at the University of Southern California, where he was pursuing a degree in Cinema and Television Arts. Chris was 21 years old when he joined The Corcoran Group in 1996. The company’s founder, Barbara Corcoran, who also stars on ABC’s popular reality show, “Shark Tank,” was his mentor and helped to steer his fledgling footsteps. After nine years, the Boston native moved on to pursue other opportunities, which, ultimately, included the role of director of sales at The Miami Beach EDITION. During his tenure there, he sold a triplex penthouse for $34 million, which, at the time, was the largest condominium sale in Florida history. In 2014, he was cast on “Million Dollar Listing Miami,” the Bravo hit series that followed him and his rivalrous castmates around Magic City’s impressive real estate market. As director of luxury sales at Douglas Elliman in Palm Beach, he sherpas clients through the purchase of their dream homes and provides a concierge-like service that keeps them tickled. With many of his clients being new to the area, they often won’t know where to go or what to try. Who’s the best trainer? Where 15 to get infrared sauna treatments? Being deeply tapped into Palm Beach’s lifestyle and wellness scene, Chris is their go-to guy. “The good thing about me is that I am like these clients—I am very demanding, and I demand the best,” he says. “So, I am a great resource. I have more intel than an American Express Centurion Card concierge.” Today, when he’s not scouring the town for his next multimillion-dollar listing, he enjoys spending time at his Gramercy apartment in New York City and planning events like the Palm Beach Heart Ball, which takes place at The Breakers on Feb. 14. — Kerry Shorr

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9. SWEET RIDE Aston Martin DB11. 10. MOST ADMIRES Barbara Corcoran. She guided me through a lot of big decisions in my real estate career. 11. SELF-PORTRAYAL Eccentric, fun and flamboyant. 12. BOOK WORM “The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom” by Don Miguel Ruiz. It’s something that I go back to weekly to make sure I’m behaving and working at my best capacity. 13. HAPPY PLACE I’m extremely hyper-social and go to a lot of things, so I am most happy at home reading books and watching TV. 14. PAYING IT FORWARD For the fifth year in a row, I am the junior chairman for the Palm Beach Heart Ball and, having a father inflicted with Alzheimer’s, I am getting very involved with the Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation in New York City. 15. SOLO SOJOURN If I need a getaway, I drive straight to The Ritz-Carlton in Naples. It’s one of my favorite places to go and disconnect. 16. MOST COVETED PURCHASE A condo for a family member that needed a new home. I was so honored to be able to do it for them. 17. GASTRO GO-TO My favorite place in Palm Beach is Imoto and I cannot wait for La Goulue to open. 18. OUT-OF-TOWNER TREAT I always take guests to HMF to highlight The Breakers, which is the best example of the luxury and history of Palm Beach. 19. GREATEST EXTRAVAGANCE Three massages a week. 20. TRY ONCE Go to The Ranch 4.0 in Malibu. It’s a life-changing experience.


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Sneak Away to the Smokies Head to eastern Tennessee for a homey getaway. By K AY L A Z I A D I E Pho to s courtesy of R A M Z I A U D E H

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s a native Floridian, I have come to accept that 80-degree holidays with palm trees decked out in twinkling lights will forever be the reality of winter in the Sunshine State. To whet my appetite for a seasonal change, I traveled by car with friends to a destination straight off the cover of a paperback romance novel: the Great Smoky Mountains. At the corner of autumnal adventures and cozy digs was our retreat for the weekend, a stunning log cabin tucked away within The Preserve Resort in Wears Valley, Tennessee. The cabin, aptly named Rocky Top Retreat, was as charming as it was accommodating, surrounded by breathtaking landscapes Bob Ross would have emulated in a heartbeat. Sitting at an elevation of 1,750 feet, sweeping views of Pigeon Forge Valley owned one side of the cabin, while the grand Smokies took over the other. My friends and I spread out in the spacious three-story abode that boasted master suites on the first and second floors, as well as lofted sleeping areas above the second floor. The attached full-sized kitchen downstairs was fully equipped with all the works, including an oven, refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher and two coffee machines that poured steaming cups of java on chilly mornings. A jacuzzi on the first-floor deck was a delightfully unexpected feature worth taking advantage of.

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The secondfloor game room features a pool table, arcade games and foosball.


(top) Scenic waterfalls can be spotted during nature walks. (left) Explore the mountains through various trails. (below) The Preserve Resort log cabins offer grand views of the Smokies.

Rocking chairs adorned the second floor’s balcony, offering a pristine view of wondrous colors far from sight back home in South Florida. It was connected directly to the game room, featuring a 42-inch flatscreen TV, pool table, foosball, arcade games and a massive bean bag chair reminiscent of childhood memories. The second floor’s master king suite included a jetted whirlpool tub and spacious shower. Floor-to-ceiling windows allowed natural light to drench the space in warmth amidst the 35-degree weather, all while giving a mere peek at the enamoring magnificence of our surroundings. Our cabin was a 45-minute drive from both Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, and despite the aching desire to stay cozied up in our new nook, the Gatlinburg SkyLift Park awaited. The skylift slowly ascends 1,800 feet up Crockett Mountain to drop passengers off at the Sky Deck. There, 360-degree views of Tennessee’s mountainous terrain hit like butterflies on a first date. Not for the faint of heart, the connecting SkyBridge suspends 140 feet at its midpoint, spanning 680 feet over a gaping valley. After working up an appetite, we indulged in a feast of Gatlinburg favorites, because moonshine and barbeque are to Tennessee as croquetas and cortaditos are

to South Florida. At both Ole Smoky Moonshine Holler and Sugarlands Distilling Company, $5 tastings were a no-brainer. Shot glasses half the size of my pinky were the perfect size for the 10-plus deliciously potent pours. At the recommendation of several locals, authentic Southern barbeque at Bennett’s Pit Bar-B-Que was also a must—after all, no trip to Tennessee is complete without fall-off-the-bone ribs, pulled pork, and spicy macaroni and cheese accompanied by biscuits, a tangy array of barbeque sauces and Southern sweet tea. One of the most meaningful parts of the trip was venturing through the visual masterpiece that was the Laurel Falls Trail. The warning signs of active bears in the area and steep mountainsides were hardly a concern, and the 1.3-mile trail surrounded by panoramic views of orange and yellow

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Easter Seals Get Down To Business Easter Seals Florida is proud to announce the 13th Annual Get Down to Business Lunch  at The Kravis Center with keynote speaker  Michael Bush, CEO of Great Place to Work. This sell-out event continues to be one of West Palm Beach’s top networking and philanthropic luncheons. It  caters to an audience of business executives and young professionals working together to lead Palm Beach County in best practices of social and philanthropic responsibility within our community. This exclusive luncheon allows guests to network with like-minded individuals before sitting down to hear from our internationally recognized keynote speaker, Michael Bush.

Wednesday, January 8, 2020 at 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Networking begins at 11:00 am The Cohen Pavilion • Kravis Center

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The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is excited to announce the 13th Annual Palm Beach Wine Auction will be held in the private club at 1000 NORTH, the exclusive fine dining venue with spectacular views of the Jupiter Inlet. A cocktail party like no other will initiate the event that is the Kravis Center’s signature fundraiser for students’ arts education programming. Krug champagne will flow, cigars will be rolled and live music inspired by the Gipsy Kings band will fill the air. The sensational Wine Auction to follow will feature a number of 100-point wines never before offered at auction as well as luxury travel experiences and much more. “The Kravis Center’s mission is to further advance and broaden the scope of the educational experience of our youth, serving over 2.6 million students since its inception,” said Ted Mandes, Founder and Chairman of the Palm Beach Wine Auction.

January 20, 2020 Tickets are $1,250, by advance reservation. 561.651.4320 • pbwa@kravis.org • palmbeachwineauction.org Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary, presented by Art Miami and hosted by the City of West Palm Beach, welcomes you to the fourth edition at the City’s Tent Site. Collectors, art connoisseurs and art world luminaries alike will have the opportunity to acquire investment quality Blue Chip contemporary, Post-War works from top international galleries from as far as Japan, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Canada, The Netherlands, Portugal and Venezuela. The Fair’s refined ambiance will be welcoming and appealing to all levels of visitors, from the seasoned collector looking to acquire new works to the budding art enthusiast looking to start a new, meaningful collection.

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An Evening of Music and Art in the Gardens Join us for An Evening of Music and Art in the Gardens featuring a musical performance by Tony and Grammy Award Winning Artist John Lloyd-Young. In partnership with Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary, An Evening of Music and Art in the Gardens will be the private opening of sculpture exhibitions Plastic Reef by Federico Uribe and With These Hands by Jim Rennert at the Gardens. Presented by Special Events Partner Sentient Jet and Wilmington Trust.

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PALM BEACH PREP

FASHION-FORWARD, STATEMENT-MAKING LOCALS AREN’T HARD TO COME BY IN THE PALM BEACHES, BUT WE’VE ROUNDED UP SIX STANDOUTS WHO DRESS TO IMPRESS WHILE LETTING THEIR PREPPY PERSONALITIES SHINE.

By MELISSA PUPPO Photography by IAN JACOB Photography assistance by SARAH JACOB Production assistance by MEGAN AYSCUE Styling by MICHELLE PRICE Fashion and location provided by THE ROYAL POINCIANA PLAZA

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Scott Sharp, 51 Founder and CEO, Lady Jetset

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cott Sharp used to fill his days zipping around as a professional IndyCar and sports car racer. He’s now the team owner of Extreme Speed Motorsports and supports local charity events through his, and his wife Bethany’s, company Lady Jetset. The business allows shoppers to rent high-end fashion for a fraction of the price and get it delivered to their destination. “As a company, we pride ourselves in partnering with many local charities,” says the North Palm Beacher. “We recently were a big part of the Furry Friends Charity function in Jupiter.” Sharp finds dressing for events to be just as fun as providing the wardrobe, especially when there are different venues involved. “A refreshing style makes you feel great,” he says.

Where do you enjoy shopping locally? My wife finds me great stuff at Daniel Cremieux. What’s something you’ve always wanted to wear but never had the chance to? A dark navy tux. What’s one piece of clothing or accessory you could never live without? Jeans and T-shirts.

K I T O N stripe seersucker sport coat in cashmere silk and linen; $6,710; available at Kiton at The Royal Poinciana Plaza; kiton.com O R L E B A R B R O W N giles linen tailored-fit shirt, $245; griffon two-tone navy wash tailored-fit trousers, $275; available at Orlebar Brown at The Royal Poinciana Plaza; orlebarbrown.com

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Jack E. Lighton, 44 President & CEO, Loggerhead Marinelife Center

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hances are, if you cross paths with Jack E. Lighton at a Palm Beach event or inside the confines of Loggerhead Marinelife Center (LMC), you will spot him in a gingham wrinkle-free button-down shirt, dark dress jeans, a blazer and a Cole Haan shoe. “I am often on my feet at The Sea Turtle Hospital at LMC and Cole Haans are comfortable, they look good, and they are built to last,” says the president and CEO. As the ocean is his centerpoint, blues and whites dominate his wardrobe, which he complements with fun Palm Beach colors. But turtles aren’t the only thing on his mind—he stays busy serving on the Board of Directors for the Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce, the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, volunteering for the North American Veterinary Health Center Foundation and appearing on a podcast that focuses on philanthropy in The Palm Beaches. Where do you enjoy shopping locally? I shop at the trifecta of The Palm Beaches: The Gardens Mall, Worth Avenue and The Royal Poinciana Plaza. Who is your fashion inspiration? I believe my fashion point of view was set by my home towns of Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan, and The Palm Beaches. Both of these environments are known for boating, water, a “club look” and navy blazers. I think my wardrobe did evolve based on places I frequently visited with my family: Newport, Harbor Springs and Cape Cod. What’s one piece of clothing or accessory you could never live without? My navy blazer!

K I T O N plaid jacket in cashmere silk and linen, $8,650; nerano shirt in soft pastel pink, $610; logo “k” belt in calf lester, $1,250; available at Kiton at The Royal Poinciana Plaza; kiton.com

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Nick Mele, 37 Nicholas Mele Photography

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hen not behind a camera for his business, Nicholas Mele Photography, Nick Mele is out and about donating his time and services where he sees fit. He designed a paddleboard for auction at the Eau Palm Beach benefitting the Loggerhead Marinelife Center and supports Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League. He and his wife, Molly, are also the junior co-chairs for the Kips Bay Decorators Show House Palm Beach, which benefits the Boys and Girls Club. To Mele, style is another form of expression and communication. “It’s the first thing people learn about you before you even open your mouth, and it’s a great way to stand out from the crowd,” he says. As of late, Mele’s been trying to make the popped collar “cool” again. Who is your fashion inspiration? I don’t know if there’s any one person. I’m a child of the ’90s and a lover of the ’80s.  I like the quirkiness of Wes Anderson movies and the classic style of Slim Aarons photographs. My father taught me to not care what other people think—dare to be different. How do you define “preppy,” and how do you embody this in your everyday life?  When I think preppy, I obviously think prep school, country clubs and resort towns.  It can have a negative connotation if taken too far in the wrong direction. To me, it’s about knowing how to dress for the occasion and being well put together. What’s one piece of clothing or accessory you could never live without?  My wedding ring.

O R L E B A R B R O W N barnes stripe classic fit jumper; $445; available at Orlebar Brown at the Royal Poinciana Plaza; orlebarbrown.com K I T O N cotton polo, $610; lace sneakers, $1,390; available at Kiton at The Royal Poinciana Plaza; kiton.com T H E O R Y zaine patton pants; $195; available at Theory at The Royal Poinciana Plaza; theory.com

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Jay Zeager, 51 President, Jay Zeager Auctions and Community Development Manager, American Cancer Society

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s an emcee and licensed auctioneer for charity and promotional events, Jay Zeager knows a thing or two about the right kind of presentation. Style is important to him because “it shows confidence and [is] a chance to show your personality through your wardrobe.” On a day-to-day basis, Zeager works preppy into his look as he prefers a casual, stylish approach to dressing. He’s also the community development manager of the American Cancer Society where he oversees Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Palm Beach and the Real Men Wear Pink of Palm Beach. He is proud to don pink for a cause—just don’t expect him to rock neon clothing anytime soon. Where do you enjoy shopping locally? Macy’s and Bob Goldfarb Custom Clothier. What is your go-to outfit of choice? A stylish, colorful blazer, dress shirt, slacks and my favorite pair of Stacy Adams shoes. What’s something you’ve always wanted to wear but never had the chance to? A custom-made suit that I pick the fabrics and pattern for. What’s one piece of clothing or accessory you could never live without? My collection of over 100 pocket squares!

K I T O N cashmere suit, $10,050; cotton sweater, $930; available at Kiton at The Royal Poinciana Plaza; kiton.com

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Scott Velozo Graphic Artist

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cott Velozo has an eye for design as a graphic artist who works with several local non-profits. He volunteers for Compass and the Palm Beach County Human Rights Council. “I’m also impressed with the work that Meals on Wheels of the Palm Beaches is doing,” says Velozo, who delivers meals one day a week for the organization. He’s also co-chairing its annual event in April at the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens. In search of fashion inspiration, Velozo is keen on perusing #mensfashion on Instagram for the latest sartorial finds. Locally, Velozo is most likely to be shopping at Cremieux for modern, preppy pieces and Ralph Lauren for quality, timeless classics he says “never seem to go out of style.” How do you define “preppy,” and how do you embody this in your everyday life? For me, preppy is an effortless New England style. Chinos, a cashmere sweater and a navy blazer can work for almost any occasion. I have an affinity for plaid, and I have lots of it in my wardrobe. What’s something you’ve always wanted to wear but never had the chance to? A top hat! I love the glamorous old photos of men in tuxedos with top hats. What’s one piece of clothing or accessory you could never live without? Good shoes. It’s usually the first thing I notice when I meet people. It reminds of what Karen Walker once said: “I felt bad because I had no shoes, but then I met someone who had really bad shoes.”

C R E M I E U X silk linen blend pinstripe blazer, $1,195; linen square dot printed scarf, $250; boat cotton stretch garment dye short, $155; fazzoletto linen pocket square hand-rolled border, $55; luxury solid linen one-piece button-down collar shirt, $250; available at Cremieux at The Royal Poinciana Plaza; cremieux.fr

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Jervonte Edmonds, 28 Founder & CEO, Suits for Seniors

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t 28 years old, Jervonte “Tae” Edmonds has written a book (“Adventures of the Rich and Famous”) and founded Suits for Seniors, one of the fastest-growing youth preparedness and exposure programs in the U.S. Through his organization, he mentors at-risk high school students and carves a path for them focusing on career goals, financial mindfulness and motivation. He knows the importance of dressing the part. “Style is the first impression you give the world,” he says. Never without a white pocketsquare, Edmonds says dressing preppy is someone who is prepared with style and grace. Where do you enjoy shopping locally? I enjoy shopping with local tailors like Bob Goldfarb, or NY Men’s Clothing Store in Boynton Beach Mall. These two local vendors produce the latest and greatest men’s professional fashion. Who is your fashion inspiration? I would say studying and researching the decades of the ’60s and ’70s inspired me. During these particular decades, wearing nice suits was a very common and admired culture of dress code. I am inspired by the culture and creativity of our history. What’s something you’ve always wanted to wear but never had the chance to? I have always wanted to wear a double-breasted tailored suit. To get a double-breasted suit tailored perfectly is a challenge, but if done well, it is a beautiful suit to wear to make a great first impression.

C R E M I E U X mc lellan cotton knit double-breasted blazer, $895; fine gauge double-faced merino chalk stripe cardigan, $350; fazzoletto linen pocket square handrolled border, $55; bi-color stripe shirt, $295; christys’ london navy ribbon panama hat, $395; available at Cremieux at The Royal Poinciana Plaza; cremieux.fr T H E O R Y zaine patton pants, $195; available at Theory at The Royal Poinciana Plaza; theory.com

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AS SOUTH FLORIDA GEARS UP FOR FOOTBALL’S BIGGEST NIGHT OF THE YEAR, MAKE SURE YOU’RE CAUGHT UP ON ALL THINGS SUPER BOWL LIV. FROM TIPS ON PLANNING THE PERFECT PARTY, TO ADVICE ON RENTING YOUR HOME, FLIP THROUGH TO LEARN ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE THE BIG GAME.

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A mural by artist Dasic Fernandez adorns the walls of Hard Rock Stadium.

Portugese artist Vhils is behind this Don Shula piece of art that is located outside of the 72 Club.

SUPER BOWL 2020 MEETS THE MIAMI ART SCENE AT HARD ROCK STADIUM Discover the latest exhibitions inside the event venue. By Mike Morlacci

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yes trained on Super Bowl LIV at Hard Rock Stadium will witness the crowning of a champion at the end of the 100th National Football League season on Feb. 2. The venue for the 11th Super Bowl reprisal in Miami offers much more to behold for this single game, which has grown to an international entertainment event. From a distance, Hard Rock Stadium’s canopied roofing pops as it accents the Miami Gardens landscape. The design affords 91 percent cover for spectators who enjoy stunning views from field-level luxury boxes and beyond. The $755 million multi-year renovation was funded by Stephen Ross, the Miami Dolphins’ managing general partner and chairman of the board. The revived stadium now features four large scoreboards, an enhanced digital initiative with Verizon to make it the first 5G—and possibly cashless—Super Bowl, and a wide assortment of innovative local cuisine with hospitality provider Centerplate.

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Hard Rock is its fifth iteration since the stadium was built in 1987. In this version, Ross melds something that is supremely Stephen Ross Miami into the stadium’s very being: artwork. Traversing the stadium is akin to touring a thriving art gallery that features 19 murals, each of which illustrates a story about the region. This visual rush that decorates the hallways and concourse is the work of 18 artists who bring their designs from 10 different countries. “Miami is a truly aspirational city and a leader culturally in this country and, in some ways, the rest of the world,” says Ross, a long-time supporter of the arts. “This stadium is a global entertainment destination that reflects Miami’s cultural significance in music, sports, entertainment and now the arts.” Ross, who says he was inspired by the murals that adorn Miami’s Wynwood Arts District, tapped Goldman Global Arts for one of the world’s largest indoor street art galleries. The curation of these murals has turned a stadium into a vibrant public art experience. The #ArtUnexpected project creates an artistic legacy and adds Hard Rock Stadium to Miami’s cultural environment. There are 29,000 square feet of painted walls and 30 additional pieces of fine art by nine international artists throughout the private clubs. The work emptied more than 3,000 cans of spray paint. Among all of these visual spectacles, Don Shula stands out. More accurately, Shula bursts through. Portuguese artist Vhils evoked memories of the undefeated 1972 Dolphins team and its iconic coach, Don Shula, by using a layered technique on a wall treated to depict the passage of time. Don Shula is artwork for the ages and is appropriately located outside of the 72 Club. The stadium boasts the best Miami has to offer, from world-class concessions to spectator experience, to arts and culture. For many, Super Bowl LIV’s memory will fade once the final whistle sounds. For all, the visual experience of Hard Rock Stadium will endure.


STEPPING BACK IN TIME By Mike Morlacci

Super Bowl LIV at Hard Rock Stadium will be the 11th time South Florida has hosted professional football’s championship game. The coveted event will place Miami in the lead for most times hosting football's biggest day of the year. Prior Super Bowls—which were held at the Orange Bowl and the current Miami Gardens site—have provided some of football’s most memorable moments. ORANGE BOWL ERA Super Bowl II, 1968: Lombardi The second AFL-NFL World Championship Game (as it was then known) was sold out, unlike the previous year’s big game in Los Angeles. The similarity was the Green Bay Packers rolling to a 33-14 victory over the Oakland Raiders, and Coach Vince Lombardi received the trophy that would soon bear his name. The NFL’s dominance over the upstart AFL would end a year later.

MIAMI GARDENS ERA Super Bowl XXIII, 1989: Joe Cool With the game in the balance, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Joe Montana—aka Joe Cool—reportedly broke from his methodical persona to express an innocuous observation, saying to tackle Harris Barton: "There, in the stands, standing near the exit ramp, isn't that John Candy?" It was indeed the late comedian. Joe Cool regained his focus and led his team 92 yards in the final minutes to defeat the Cincinnati Bengals, 20-16.

Super Bowl III, 1969: The Guarantee The greatest upset in sports history was guaranteed. That assurance was made by then-New York Jets quarterback and current South Florida resident Joe Namath. Angered that his team was 17-point underdogs against the seemingly invincible Baltimore Colts, Namath stated: “We’re going to win Sunday; I guarantee it!” Then, using a ball-control strategy, Namath’s Jets confounded the Colts 16-7. The result elevated the Super Bowl to the status with which it is now associated.

Super Bowl XXIX, 1995: ’Niners! This game was unique in that the 49ers scored their team nickname in a 49-26 rout of the San Diego Chargers. Quarterback Steve Young threw for six touchdowns, three of which went to Jerry Rice. Young had one of the best statistical days ever, passing for 325 yards and running for another 49.

Super Bowl V, 1971: The Blunder Bowl The Baltimore Colts’ last-second 16-13 win over the Dallas Cowboys was the first Super Bowl played on artificial turf, which was blamed for 11 turnovers. Despite the sloppiness, Colts’ backup quarterback Earl Morrall (who would play a similar role in the Dolphins’ undefeated 1972 season) moved the team into position for a game-winning field goal. Super Bowl X, 1976: Like a Swann Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Lynn Swann gracefully defied gravity with ballet-like body control in snagging a pair of deep passes that kept his team in contention. Later, he beat the Cowboys’ secondary with his speed for the game-clinching touchdown in a 21-17 Steelers' win. Super Bowl XIII, 1979: Fighting Back The Steelers and Cowboys were back for a rematch, which was won by the Steelers 35-31. Among his four touchdown passes, quarterback Terry Bradshaw threw one to halfback Rocky Bleier, with the leaping grab marking an incredible personal comeback. Ten years earlier, Bleier had lost part of his foot and sustained shrapnel injuries in a grenade attack while serving in Vietnam. This win added a third Super Bowl ring alongside his Purple Heart.

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Super Bowl XXXIII, 1999: Elway All the Way This was the final game of Broncos’ quarterback John Elway’s career as Denver defeated Atlanta 34-19. The Broncos’ current executive vice president of football operations and general manager became the oldest player ever to be named a Super Bowl MVP at age 38. Super Bowl XLI, 2007: Equality The Indianapolis Colts’ Tony Dungy and the Chicago Bears’ Lovie Smith became the first African American head coaches to appear in a Super Bowl. After a rain-soaked 29 to 17 win, Dungy stood alongside an elite coaching company as he raised the Lombardi Trophy that was presented to him by legendary Dolphins’ head coach Don Shula. Super Bowl XLIV, 2010: Comeback Metaphor An onside kick to open the second half sparked the New Orleans Saints’ rally to defeat the Colts, 31-17. As comebacks go, Saints’ quarterback and game MVP Drew Brees compared the rally to that of his city’s in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, saying: “Four years ago, whoever thought this would be happening when 85 percent of the city was underwater? ...We just all looked at one another and said, ‘We are going to rebuild together.’ ...This is the culmination in all that belief.”

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Touchdown Treats Ditch the chips and salsa on Super Bowl Sunday with snacks worthy of their own Lombardi Trophy. By Kayla Ziadie

Super Bowl Sunday is one of the most anticipated nights of the year whether or not you’re a sports fan. No matter if you tune in to root for your favorite team or to catch the iconic commercials, there’s one common denominator that everyone can agree is the best part of any Super Bowl soirée: the snacks. If you’re hosting a football fête or attending as a guest who promised to whip up some epic eats, bring a dish that sparks more conversation than the game itself. We turned to four of South Florida’s most renowned chefs for their takes on must-make Super Bowl 2020 snacks.

III Forks: Chef Tommy Nevill’s Lamb Meatballs Tommy Nevill from III Forks in West Palm Beach adds a swanky twist to your average party meatballs with ground lamb, fennel seed and ciabatta bread crumbs. These mini spheres of flavor will enhance the sweet victory of watching your team reign, or cushion the blow of witnessing their untimely downfall in real-time.

Boia De: Co-chef Alex Meyer’s Crispy Potato Skins These crispy potato skins by Boia De’s cochef, Alex Meyers, are not your run-of-themill restaurant potato skins. These are the artistic, well-traveled siblings of the ever-sosalty snacks our taste buds are accustomed to. Blow every other Super Bowl Sunday potatobased dish out of the park with these works of st(art)ch. Ingredients: 4 russet potatoes Canola oil Sliced chives Burrata Caviar of choice 2 eggs Directions: • Clean the potatoes with a vegetable brush or clean sponge under running water and poke all over with a fork. Bake at 350 F for 45 minutes to

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an hour and 15 minutes, or until cooked through. • Meanwhile, place the eggs in a small pot of cold water. Bring them to a boil, then turn off the heat and cover for 10 minutes. • Transfer the eggs to an ice bath, then crack them open and remove the yolks. Press the yolks through a wire mesh strainer, and put it to the side. • Once cooked, allow the potatoes to cool thoroughly for secure handling, then cut in half lengthwise. Using a spoon, scoop out all but a half-inch layer of cooked potato whites. • Use your hands to tear the potato skins in half. It is essential to use your hands rather than a knife as the rough edges turn extra crispy when done. • Fry potato skins in a tall pot with canola oil at 375 F using a slotted spoon to gently drop into the oil. Cook until golden, and move to a paper towel-lined tray. Season with kosher salt. • Scoop burrata onto the potato skins and top with crumbled hard-boiled eggs, sliced chives and a dollop (or two!) of caviar. Serve immediately.

Ingredients: 2 1/2 pounds ground lamb 2 eggs 1/4 cup chopped parsley 1/4 cup julienned basil 1/2 tablespoon minced garlic 1/2 tablespoon toasted and ground fennel seed 1/4 tablespoon ground black pepper 1 cup ciabatta bread crumbs 1/2 cup finely grated Parmesan cheese 1/4 tablespoon salt 1/4 cup chicken broth Directions: • Preheat oven to 400 F. • Add all ingredients to a mixing bowl and mix gently; do not overdo the meat mixture. • Weigh two-ounce portions of meat, and roll into loose meatballs. • Place rolled meatballs on a sheet pan, leaving a space between each one. • Bake meatballs in a 400 F convection oven for 20 minutes. • Remove, and serve hot.


HOW TO RENT YOUR HOME FOR THE SUPER BOWL From adhering to local laws to finding ways to offer a memorable stay, consider this your home-hosting to-do list. By Clarissa Buch As South Florida readies for the highly anticipated Super Bowl 2020, more than 65,000 sports fans are gearing up to fly down for the action. That means they need to find places to stay, preferably nearby to Hard Rock Stadium where the game is taking place. Locals, that’s where you come in. Through home-hosting sites such as Airbnb, Vrbo and Luxury Retreats, you can offer up your living space during Super Bowl weekend—and make some serious cash. Here’s everything you need to know.

Burlock Coast: Chef Brooke Mallory’s Shishito Peppers Start your Super Bowl LIV festivities on a spicy note with these shishito peppers by Burlock Coast’s chef Brooke Mallory. The goat cheese and lime wedge add a tangy touch to the kick of the peppers that will satisfy even the pickiest snackers—and distract the famished fans of your opposing team. Ingredients: 1 1/2 cups shishito peppers Maldon salt 2 tablespoons crumbled goat cheese 1 tablespoon olive oil Lime wedge Directions: • Rinse and dry the peppers. • Heat a skillet on high, then add peppers to the pan and sauté while slowly drizzling olive oil. • Continue to sauté the peppers on high heat until they begin to blister or pop and char. • Transfer to a bowl and season liberally with salt, then crumble cheese over the peppers. Serve with a lime wedge.

Pizza & Burger by Fontainebleau Miami Beach: Chef Michael Mina’s “Vice Night” Punch Bowl Wash down your Super Bowl snacks with “Vice Night,” a massive, thirstquenching punch bowl by Pizza & Burger’s Michael Mina. Ingredients: 32 ounces Absolut Vodka 16 ounces lemon juice 16 ounces jalapeño hibiscus syrup 32 ounces watermelon juice Ice Directions: Pour the vodka, lemon juice, jalapeño hibiscus syrup and watermelon juice in a one-or two-gallon punch bowl. Stir and add ice at your discretion.

Prepare yourself in advance. When deciding whether or not to rent your home, especially during the Super Bowl, it’s important to understand what exactly you’re signing up for. Regardless of what online site or service you choose to list your property, you’ll be expected to designate a space in your home—either the entire property or a specific room—for hosting. You’ll name your price and get paid quickly once a guest checks in. However, before your first guest arrives, you’ll want to establish rules for your space, which gives you the ability to cancel a reservation without penalty if a guest doesn’t oblige. Understand the laws in your city. Every city has its own unique laws when it comes to home-hosting services, ranging from tourist taxes or the need for a business license to homeowner association rules and regulations. It’s best to read up as much as possible to ensure you comply with your city and county’s laws regarding home-hosting. Remember, if you have questions, it may be a good idea to contact your city’s planning and zoning department, or even consult a local lawyer or tax professional. Be a good host. There’s more to hosting than simply listing your space and supplying a set of keys. Make your guests’ stay memorable by adding a distinct feel to your home or apartment. Offer fresh towels and sheets, and maybe even Miami—or Super Bowl—inspired decor to set the tone for their stay. This will encourage your guests to leave positive reviews on your homehosting profile, which will help build credibility if you choose to continue to host beyond the Super Bowl. Discuss transportation to and from the game. Though transportation is not your responsibility as a host, offer your guests some helpful information and tips when it comes to arriving and departing Hard Rock Stadium for Super Bowl LIV. While rideshare services such as Uber and Lyft will be available, consider other avenues such as Rally, which organizes high-end buses to and from the game, or public transport such as buses and trains.

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Get ready for the biggest sports weekend of the year with these must-attend events. By Kayla Ziadie SUPER BOWL EXPERIENCE From Jan. 25 through Jan. 26 and Jan. 29 through Feb. 2, the National Football League is hosting the Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s at the Miami Beach Convention Center. Let your football-loving soul run free with hands-on games, youth football clinics, merchandise at the NFL Shop, autograph sessions with NFL players and more at this interactive football theme park. Ticket prices vary; miamibeachconvention.com THE SPORTS POWER BRUNCH On Jan. 29, celebrate the legacies of the most powerful women in the sports industry. Hosted at the American Airlines Arena, The Sports Power Brunch encourages and empowers women in the sports industry to continue flourishing in their sports careers and every other venture. This year’s Trailblazer, Enterprise & Innovation Award and Rising Star Honorees include Terri Carmichael Jackson, executive director for the WNBA Players Association; Gina Scott, vice president of Partner Services for NFL Players Inc.; and Katie Sowers, offensive assistant coach for the San Francisco 49ers. Tickets from $75; sportspowerbrunch.com SUPER FAN FEST 2020  Get ready for a week of pre-Super Bowl festivities at Super Fan Fest in Wynwood from Jan. 30 through

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Feb. 2. Indulge in your favorite local fare with Miami’s top gourmet food trucks; enjoy 30 on-tap, locally-produced craft brew from Beer Garden; rock out to live music at the Elevate Main Stage featured every day and enter for a chance to win tickets to the VIP Pit; enjoy photo opportunities with a 3D vintage Miami postcard and a Miami Beach lifeguard stand; among many others. Free; superfanfest.com

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SUPER CLEMATIS BY NIGHT Head to Clematis Street’s free Concert Series on Jan. 30 for the biggest Super Bowl pre-party in Palm Beach County. Dive headfirst into footballthemed activities, a turf playing field, marching bands, NFL players and mascots, giveaways and more. All guests are encouraged to arrive decked out in their favorite team jerseys and colors. Free; wpb.org

PARTY WITH A PURPOSE BY TASTE OF THE NFL One of the most exciting Super Bowl traditions in South Florida is back and better than ever: Party with a Purpose by Taste of the NFL. The 29th annual fundraising event will take place on Feb. 1 at The Diplomat Beach Resort in Hollywood. From five-star dining and renowned chefs to NFL stars and coaches, this starstudded event has one goal in mind: supporting the fight against hunger. The 2020 guest hosts for Party with a Purpose include former Dolphins coach Don Shula as the National Honorary Chair; chef Andrew Zimmern as National Culinary Host; chef Adam Richman as the Florida Culinary Host; and Ben Leber as the National Player Host. $700; tasteofthenfl.com

GRONK BEACH Former Patriots tight end, future Hall of Famer and three-time Super Bowl champion Rob Gronkowski knows the importance of a Super Bowl party, and he’s bringing the energy to Miami on Feb. 1 with his own music festival: Gronk Beach. Taking place directly on North Beach Bandshell in Miami Beach, the notorious party starter recruited his favorite DJs and hip hop artists to take over the

NFL ALUMNI OFFICIAL 2020 SUPER BOWL GAME DAY BRUNCH NFL alumni and renowned football legends are teaming up with JBL by Harman for a Pregame Brunch on Feb. 2 at Hard Rock Cafe. The touchdownworthy afternoon will include “chalk talks” with football Hall of Fame players and alumni, photo and autograph opportunities, bottomless bloody marys and mimosas, a VIP gift bag and more. Tickets from $500; eventbrite.com


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few months after HW Interiors’ owners and principles Lisa Hynes and Heather Weisz finished transforming their client’s Palm Beach Polo and Country Club home, they received some surprising news. “Someone literally rang their [client’s] doorbell and offered them a significant amount over what they had paid and renovated,” Hynes recalls. “So they sold it, fully furnished and toothbrush-ready, took the profit and bought a half-acre of land they

wanted to build on, and that’s the house in the Cypress Island community we’re talking about now.” Before embarking on the remodel, Hynes and Weisz, who hail from Connecticut and New York, respectively, had already established a social connection with their clients, Jen and Kevin Johnson, a couple with four children between the ages of 5 and 17. “We ran in the same circles, our kids took dance classes together, so they knew what we did,” Hynes says.

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The six-month enhancement required myriad updates, including tearing down walls, modifying flooring and tossing out heavy wood finishes, an activity Weisz has dubbed “de-Tuscanizing.” Similar to Frankenstein’s molecular reawakening, a necessary injection of pared-down elegance gave each space a new lease on life. The Johnsons weren’t the only ones impressed with the sublime redesign. Once the subsequent owners had moved in, they commissioned the duo to realize a meditation room and complete a few additional projects upstairs. When it came time to discuss room schematics and mood boards for the new build on Cypress Island—a project that lasted nearly two years—they presented Jen with past works of their own and others to gauge the style and colors that tugged at her heartstrings. “At that point,” Hynes says, “she can say, ‘I’m not feeling this or I love it, just go run with it.’” She continues, “The reason we feel her projects come out so amazing is [because] she really has faith in us and trusts that what comes from Heather’s brain is going to be beautiful.” A full-time, stay-at-home mother,  Jen warmed up to the idea of working in some of the same functionality and transitional style that had echoed through the couple’s former residence in Maidstone, but she had one caveat: with four growing children, the rooms needed to be kid-friendly.  After they received the green light to proceed, the design duo collaborated with the architect from Yellowfin Builders, a West Palm Beach-based firm specializing in custom equestrian homes, to bring the couple’s lakeside fantasy to life. The gently winding floor plan Weisz conceived takes full advantage of the lush, waterfront landscape and showcases a successive series of open and airy spaces that make enticing gathering spots for the family and their guests. In the formal living room across from the foyer, Weisz mixed one-of-a-kind accouterments, such as a rare Turkish rug and a pair of vintage, reclaimed wood-carved doors mounted on acrylic that serve as cocktail tables, with more contemporary selections, like the Greco sofas in graphite from the Roberta Schilling Collection. Equine photographs, shot in black and white by Holly Roesch, hang above in tribute to Wellington’s iconic horse culture while low-profile pieces,

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such as a tufted ottoman in pseudo-suede fabric, offer clean site lines of the wet edge swimming pool outside. At night, concrete fire bowls light up so “when you walk in through the front door and see the fire and pool, it’s very cool,” Hynes says. Adjacent to the front door, a formal dining room stands ready for a bacchanal feast with a custom, black-stained, Ash wood table that seats 12. Fibrous linen window treatments, embroidered in warm tones of taupe, brown and gray, display dark, oil-rubbed hardware and acrylic finials that reference the crystal in the wall sconces and Currey & Co. wrought-iron chandelier. Across the way, a wine room primped with a feature wall

(above) The family room features a pair of mirroring sectionals.


fashioned from custom-colored woods from the Jaime Beckwith Collection houses the couple’s favorite vintages. Sleek bayou acacia wood floors procured locally from a supplier in Wellington etch a path to the family room, a seismic space with a 35-foot footprint. “Since the outdoors are so lovely and they [clients] like to entertain and have tons of kids over swimming all the time, Heather had the idea to have two sectionals mirroring each other,” says Hynes, “so one kind of looks outside at the beautiful landscaping, and the other faces the television.” Under Weisz’s gimlet watch, the ceiling beams were given gravitas and stained three times, flecked with gray and white paint and smoked out with a brush until they achieved the level of warmth she wanted. Two separate sets of oversized glass sliders blend the indoors with

the outside, when opened, and lead to the pool area and an outdoor living space with a fireplace, televisions, seating, and an island kitchen. Staying in step with Jen’s vision for a bright, light-drenched kitchen that locks in plenty of functionality, Hynes and Weisz selected a color palette that wove in pops of navy in timeless shades. On the backsplash, 3D, geometric tiles bring a touch of edginess and complement the custom, Shaker-style cabinetry. Kid-friendly counter chairs with easy-to-wipe-clean leather hunker beneath one of two sapienstone island countertops. To add an extra layer of convenience when the couple entertains or hosts out-of-towners, the space is endowed with a built-in breakfast bar complete with a panel-ready, under-counter ice machine, a second dishwasher and refrigerated

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drawers that store cold drinks and snacks. In the first-floor master bedroom, they created a luxurious, resort-inspired retreat where the Johnsons could escape to slumber and disconnect. Walls are covered in neutral gray grasscloth while pops of white in the linen drapes and the side chairs at the foot of the Bernhardt canopy bed pull the eye around the room and heavenward toward the intricate coffered ceiling. Hanging pendants free up space on the nightstands and switches located by the bed easily turn overhead lights on and off. Past the sliding glass doors lays another one of the home’s highlights. “Walk along the cast stone pavers floating in beautiful green Zoysia grass, and you’ll land straight into the Jacuzzi,” Weisz says. “My idea was the kids are upstairs playing, and mom and dad could sit in the Jacuzzi with a glass of Champagne and enjoy that view.” Past Jen’s makeup station, an extra spacious walk-in closet, and a small breakfast nook fitted with a small fridge and hanging shelves, a short hallway leads to the Carrara and Stratuario marble-imbued master bath. The sink, designed by Hynes and Weisz, is wrapped in a stainless steel veneer and fitted with acrylic handles, flab front drawers and a marble waterfall countertop edge. Three different tiles form the back feature wall and a small-format mosaic adds texture to the wet floor in the shower. Toto smart toilets and rain and waterfall showerheads lend to the sumptuously wellappointed scene. On the second floor, where the children’s rooms are located, sits a large open-concept room at the top of the stairs. Conceived with the kids and overnight visitors in mind, the sunlight-dappled space harbors a sideboard with a table and chairs where anyone can work, paint or play cards. On the other, a comfy sitting area awaits with a linen and walnut wood sofa, a teak QS Le Main chair and a flatscreen television perfect for a movie or game night. “We definitely wanted everything to be more playful and whimsical here,” Heather says, deftly summing up the HW Interiors way.

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Lisa Hynes and Heather Weisz launched HW Interiors in 2015 and, together, have produced some of South Florida’s most divine residences. Here, the dynamic duo dishes on design tips, industry trends and finding an interior designer you’ll love.

Their design style: Our aesthetic is clean, mixed with touches of modern and ethnic influences. We love a soothing, neutral palette to build off of. Making the design process more rewarding: Trust your designer. The clients who trust us and give us the freedom to be creative will get the best out of us, every single time. Favorite current trend: Mixed metals, like matte brass hardware with stainless fixtures. There are no longer any rules about everything being matchy-matchy. Worth the splurge: There’s nothing like custom window treatments to finish a home and make living spaces feel finished. Choosing an interior designer: There is so much information out there. Instagram has made it so easy to see a designer’s complete portfolio; reach out to someone who really speaks to you. What inspires them: We might see a light fixture or a fabric that we love, which will inspire an entire room. Inspiration is everywhere. Simple ways to “wow up” a room: Layer high-quality, upholstered pieces with custom pillows and accessories like “jewelry,” and add pops of color with fresh flowers.

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haven’t taken advantage of enough: For the price of a decent bottle of wine, you can now afford the travel to one of the country’s finest destinations. We’re talking All Aboard Florida or Brightline or Virgin Trains USA, as they’re calling it now. And we’re talking about using it for a weekend trip to West Palm, Fort Lauderdale or Miami—a relatively stress-free trip to a place you’ll likely wonder why you don’t explore more often. What to do once you get there? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with this guide on where to stay, what to do and where to eat on your next weekend adventure.

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10 a.m. Saturday: Go To The GreenMarket

After arriving on the morning train, the first stop is breakfast and shopping at what might be West Palm’s best event. Don’t think of the Saturday West Palm Beach GreenMarket (d) as just another farmer’s market. The event that takes over the waterfront park is a spectacle, full of live music, crafts and prepared foods. And if there’s a line for the just-made cider donuts, the wait is worth it.

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2 p.m. Saturday: Uber To The Norton

Staid and safe used to be the reputation of the Norton Museum of Art (b), but that’s decidedly not true these days, as the art museum in the center of the city has taken strides to define itself as a place where art can be fun. Consider the current exhibition: “The Body Says, I Am a Fiesta,” exploring how the human form is depicted in Latin America. The museum also hosts a regular Art After Dark series, staying open until 10 p.m. for talks, performances, screenings and interactive workshops in the galleries and sculpture garden, which can all be washed down with drinks at the museum restaurant.

4 p.m. Saturday: Check-In To The Ben

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As a bonus, it also has a super-cool vibe, and being a Clematis Street space in the center of everything, it’s a good spot for one last look of the city before the train ride home.

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e The Ben (c), an Autograph by Marriott hotel with 208 rooms and a goal of becoming the city’s signature boutique hotel. After check-in, head up to the rooftop poolside lounge, Spruzzo, to watch the sky change colors over the city skyline and Intracoastal.

7 p.m. Saturday: Eat Like The French Pistache (e) feels a lot like you’ve visited an actual neighborhood Parisian restaurant,

with its banquette along the mirrored wall, linen-covered tables and a menu of French classics. Regulars know to make a meal out of the white wine steamed mussels.

8 a.m. Sunday: Start With Subculture

Before heading back south, grab a cup of coffee. Serious aficionados want a place that sources smallbatch beans and roasts them in-house, as Subculture Coffee does. As a bonus, it also has a super-cool vibe, and being a Clematis Street space in the center of everything, it’s a good spot for one last look of the city before the train ride home.

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few years ago, a weekend trip to Broward’s cultural heart would’ve meant happy hour on Himmarshee and dinner on Las Olas. While those are still fine plans, we’ve come up with an itinerary that spreads out across the happening downtown, including the neoteric art district on the north side, within a short trip from the Virgin station. b

10 a.m. Saturday: The Finest Of Breakfasts

After arriving on the train, head to OB House (a) to Fort Lauderdale’s best breakfast spot early, otherwise the line outside will seem daunting. The reason will become clear when choosing between the crab omelet, the baseball-cut sirloin and eggs or a skillet pancake that might make your whole trip worthwhile.

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11 a.m. Saturday: A Meander To The Beach

The Las Olas Riverfront offers a downright gorgeous view of the New River and the downtown high-rises that cling along its shores. Start with a riverfront stroll, and the adventurous can continue on foot for the three-mile trek to the beach along the equally beautiful Las Olas Boulevard. Rent a bike or scooter to hurry things along, or better yet, make some stops along the way at places like the historic Stranahan House (c). Once at the Atlantic, there’s a sidewalk along the sandy beach that goes on for miles.

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The location of Park & Ocean (b) is worth it for the view alone, an elevated spot of dune with a view of the ocean crashing up on the sand across the street. The place isn’t fancy, just a slow-down-and-appreciatethe-view collection of picnic tables under the dappled sunlight of sea grape trees. It’s a bonus that the food and drinks are as good as the scenery, including a bacon-y burger paired perfectly with a rosé slushy.

4 p.m. Saturday: A Stay In Flagler

Fort Lauderdale had gone a whole century without getting a new hotel downtown. And then The Dalmar (e) arrived aiming high, creating a hotel trendy enough to feel at home in any major metropolis, with a fine dining restaurant, a giant lounge that looks as if it’s pulled from a design magazine and Sparrow, a rooftop bar that rocks all night.


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You won’t have to go far for dinner, as The Terrace Grill is the headliner for The Dalmar. It’s e adorned in gold with cushy teal chairs and chandeliers that look straight out of an elegant 1920s dinner club, and the head man in the kitchen, Craig McNeil, comes from celebrity Chef Scott Conant’s empire. The menu is as classic as the look of the place, with lobster bearnaise, Dover sole meunière and a burger with spiced tomato jam.

8:30 p.m. Saturday: A Flagler Village Adventure

If it’s the last Saturday of the month, the Flagler Village and FAT Village (d) neighborhoods north of downtown host a raucous art walk, perfect for a stroll between galleries, craft vendors and a pop-up bar that benefits non-profits called Cocktails for Humanity. Even if it’s not the night of the art walk, there’s always the local social scene, like outdoor party spot Rhythm & Vine; the video-game-hangout-meetsnight-club Glitch Bar; and drinks paired with ax-throwing at Chops + Hops.

8 a.m. Sunday: A Reviver At Wells

The bean-roasting machine sits right by the door as you walk into Wells Coffee. Get your morning started right with a pour-over of single-source coffee and sip a piping hot cup o’ joe from a window seat where you can watch bustling Flagler Village wake up.

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10 a.m. Saturday: Eating on Arrival

The Miami station for Virgin Trains features Central Fare food hall, with eight spots open and more to come, including the Michelin-starred concept Kuenko. For the blearyeyed coming off the train, head to Parliament Coffee and grab something sweet from Rosetta Bakery.

11 a.m. Saturday: A City Of Museums

Not far from the Miami station, either by Metromover or a quick jaunt in a Lyft, are world-class museums that any South Floridian should visit. In Museum Park, you’ll find the Pérez Art Museum (a) and Frost Museum of Science (b), two stunners. In Allapattah, the Rubell Museum just moved into a sprawling campus. Or head up into the Freedom Tower, a Miami Dade College history museum in a place that used to welcome Cuban refugees to their new home.

1 p.m. Saturday: Hit A Food Hall

Yes, this city has seen an explosion of food halls in recent years, but the good news is that there are many worth visiting. Brickell has a gleaming collection of Italian stalls at Luna Park (formerly La

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Centrale), and in the Miami Design District there’s the much-acclaimed Politan Row Miami (formerly St. Roch). The beach features a lineup of superstar chefs at Time Out Miami, and Wynwood showcases the decidedly more hipster 1-800-Lucky.

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A collection of dilapidated warehouses just a decade ago, Miami’s art district has seen many changes in the past few years, and its latest incarnation is an area that’s c hot from morning to night. An afternoon stroll down its graffiti-covered streets must include a stop at the muralcovered Wynwood Walls (c) and maybe a wee maple bacon-covered snack at The Salty Donut.

4 p.m. Saturday: A Stay In The Center

If you’ve done the weekend trip to Miami before, likely you made your base on the beach or Brickell. But boutique hotel The Gabriel (d) offers a central spot to explore


Not far from the Miami station, either by Metromover or a quick jaunt in a Lyft, are world-class museums that any South Floridian should visit. d

HOW TO GET THERE Virgin Trains USA The privately owned train line stopping in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach runs about every hour during days and evenings, with tickets between $10 and $25. The company is currently adding an expansion to Orlando and plans to add new South Florida stops along the route. Virgin Trains (gobrightline. com) also has regular discounts and deals, especially for first-time users, so be sure to Google for discount codes before booking. the city just across from Museum Park, steps from the Metromover, and not far from every neighborhood you need to see. There’s a spa that specializes in detox treatments, a pets-welcome policy and a style that feels just as chic as the city.

7 p.m. Saturday: Dinner At A New Mainstay

Miami is a city undergoing a restaurant revolution, and there’s a long list of restaurants you need to try (to name one, the excellent Boia De). But KYU is a place worthy of continually ending up on lists of the best restaurants in town. Employing a simple strategy of serving tasty food, KYU kills it, especially thanks to the sweet-salty crab hot pot and a towering slice of coconut cake that you’ll surprise yourself by finishing.

9 p.m. Saturday: Neighborhood Drinks

The space occupied by Lost Boy Dry Goods used to be a men’s clothing store, which explains the dark wood and relaxed vibe. Or, more specifically, the place describes itself as an English pub crossed with “an old captain’s tavern in a Colorado miner’s saloon.” Either way, the drinks are crafted by ingredients made in-house, and the neighborhood feel is far more laid back than the pretension you might expect in Miami.

11 a.m. Sunday: Recharge In Wynwood

Figuring Lost Boy wasn’t your last stop—hey, it’s Miami after all—a late start to the morning can be corrected with a trip over to Wynwood. There, score a cortadito at Panther Coffee before a stroll over to Zak the Baker where you can grab a loaf of naturally leavened bread for the train ride home.

For The Train Averse There are those among us who relish trains, soaking up the smooth ride and nostalgia for a mode of travel from yesteryear. However, most of us will need to take a car to the Virgin station, wait for a train and then maybe rideshare when we get to our destination, perhaps doubling the time and expense of the trip. For those who want more convenience, Uber and Lyft offer competitive, sometimes far better, rates to soak up our weekend getaway itinerary on these pages. An Adventure In Getting There Yes, there are a couple highways connecting South Florida. But if you have the means, start your weekend away with any other possible option to get there: Virgin, ride share, limo or heck, charter a seaplane with Tropic Ocean Airways (flytropic.com) and start your getaway on an adventurous note.

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A CONVERSATION

With Realtor Lori Schacter Q: Tell us about yourself, like your marriage and family.

When did you move to Jupiter and enter into the real estate business?

A:

I moved to Jupiter from Long Island, New York 26 years ago with my three young children and my husband, Bill. We were living in a rural setting. A blizzard almost prevented us from making it our barn to feed the horses. We decided that we’d had enough of the cold and ice. I have always loved quiet country living, and Jupiter matched the description. Alternate A1A was a two lane north-south road, and I-95 ended at Indiantown Road. There were cows, turtles and goats wandering into the roadways from the MacArthur farmland where the newer country clubs are now built. Oh my, what a change through the years!

Q: What’s your favorite or most important thing about family?

A:

Family is everything to me. I am blessed with three beautiful children, two of which are married. Recently, two grandchildren have joined the ranks. Spending holidays and vacations together gives us less distracted quality time. Florida’s warmer climate also provided a healthier lifestyle for my family. We can partake in outdoor sports and beach activities 12 months a year.

Q: How long have you been selling real estate in PBC? A: I have been selling real estate in Palm Beach County

for over 20 years. I like personal interaction and being self-employed. Every day is a weekday because it’s a daily profession, 7 days a week. Your clients come to you because you are their trusted advisor.

Q: Where do you primarily focus your business? A: I primarily focus my business from Palm Beach

Gardens through Jupiter Island. I like the different special vibe that each area offers. My passion is to have intricate knowledge of all the areas, which allows me to be a true real estate expert.

Q: What is your specialty? Tell us all things real estate. A: I am a luxury home and country club specialist. I par-

ticipate as both a listing and selling agent. Creative marketing is a key element to my approach. My college and graduate school background in psychology and education compliments what comes naturally to me: making people feel comfortable and confident, and trust in my expertise. Connecting buyers with their dream homes and helping sellers move on is a wonderful feeling. Referrals are the best compliment.

Q:

Any industry secrets worth sharing with someone just getting in the business?

A:

Being a realtor is NOT a part time job. One must realize it takes long hours of education in computer


work, marketing, math, law and ethics, as well as knowledge of areas, developments and school systems. Buyers depend on us for their assets being invested properly. Sellers rely on us to get them the best price for their home in a timely fashion.

Q: Do you have any regrets? A:

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I have no regrets at all. I get up every morning excited about what the day brings. It is a rewarding career because I am self-motivating, hardworking and enjoy networking with people. When last-minute issues come up, I am a stable presence and a problem solver. I admire and respect my family for supporting me as I evolved into one of the most successful realtors in Palm Beach County. It did take away from family time. What lessons have you learned? Be true to yourself so you can be true to others. Listen to your clients’ needs and desires. There have been many challenges and changes in real estate in the last 20 years. Always be ethical, honest, truthful and moral. Real estate is not a glamorous profession like it’s sometimes shown on TV or movies. It is a serious career and profession. Any advice for sellers/buyers coming into the area? Most importantly, hire an experienced realtor with a proven track record. Buyers should learn about the areas and spend time in those areas. They should decide what their specific needs are. The town you like will dictate the type of home an individual or family buys. Sellers should understand the marketplace. Educate oneself first. Every individual is unique and has different priorities that will influence their choice. What do you love most about real estate? What I love most about real estate is meeting people. I get satisfaction when buyers are excited about their purchase and sellers are ecstatic about the sale of their home in a timely manner. Most clients become good friends. I get great pleasure getting to know people and their families and socializing with them.

Q: What have been some challenges over the last 20 Q: Share your love of all things Jupiter. Why would years in business?

A: The key to being a successful realtor is like a mar-

riage. One must be honest, innovative, intuitive and keep working at it! One must keep up with the new market trends and be current. “Years of listening and learning!”

Q: If you could share any piece of advice with your newly-licensed self, what would it be?

someone want to relocate/retire here?

A: Perfect for young families. The school systems are

Top A Rated. This area feels like a small town. People are so friendly. The beaches are so pristine and NOT crowded. The shops at the Gardens Mall have something to offer for everyone. There is a very active lifestyle here year-round which includes boating, fishing, golf, tennis, biking, horseback riding, nightlife, and theater.

A: Take the time to learn from a mentor. Spend the Q: Why work for Illustrated Properties? time to continue learning after real estate school. There is “book learning,” but “real world” learning A: Illustrated Properties is a boutique style company. is most important.

Q: What is your list of favorite things? A: I wake up early and play tennis for a few hours. Ex-

ercise is necessary for me to be relaxed during the day. There are so many tennis centers in this area which offer competition or just to have fun. It is a great way to meet people. Tennis can be played at night as well under the lights. Aside from that, my happy place besides my office is the beach. Juno Beach and Jupiter have exceptionally pristine white sands and blue waters. The sunrise is so spiritual and the sunset is so calming.

Q: What hobbies and charitable organizations are you passionate about?

A: I am a dog lover. I participate in dog rescue or-

ganizations. And yes, I do take some of the dogs home. It gives me pleasure to look into their eyes. All they want to do is comfort and support you. We have the best dog-friendly beaches in Jupiter! I also have a calling to work with the education of children abroad. I have recently come back from Uganda and participating in helping their culture grow. There is so much poverty in the world. I am blessed and want to give back to this cause. Education, love and support are the best gifts a child can receive.

Q: What is your favorite “hangout spot”? A: After the late hours in my office, I enjoy meeting

my husband to unwind at the amazing restaurants in this area. The choices are plentiful. The fish is so fresh coming from our local waters. I enjoy outside dining at the waterfront.

We are a family 24/7. The administrators, owners, and other agents are all there to support one another. The company marketing is strong. Being a Christies and Luxury Portfolio International Affiliate is very advantageous to my marketing and sales audience worldwide.

Q: What do you think about the future of real estate? A: The real estate market will continue to be strong be-

cause of the population growth. Florida is one of the top 10 states for business and job growth due to tax savings. The market has been attracting international as well as national homebuyers because investing in South Florida has been lucrative. Florida is, after all, the “Sunshine State.”

Q: Why should someone hire you? A: YOUR QUEST IS MY PASSION. My experience and

knowledge of the marketplace strengthens the position of a buyer or seller. As your advocate, I guarantee honest, accurate and reliable counsel for all your real estate needs. My commitment to an elevated level of service is what sets me apart.

LORI SCHACTER

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Sourbon Kitchen + Bar American bistro fare in a refreshing botanical setting By Megan Ayscue

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“Not only is the botanical decor beautiful, it creates a welcoming environment where diners can feel comfortable, relax and linger,” owner Natalia Vorobyeva says. “The design is mainly modern-meets-botanical.” When you’re done fawning over the atmosphere, drinks are in order. For a refreshing start, the Cilantro Collins is like a bright Moscow Mule made with gin instead of vodka and the addition of cilantro. A bar favorite, however, is the Lavender Martini,

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fter a long day of work or during a night out with friends, it’s truly breathtaking to immerse yourself in the calming yet upbeat secret garden in West Palm Beach. Under the hanging ivory and between a jungle of leafy monsteras, enjoy the contemporary American bistro fare in the botanical dining room of Sourbon Kitchen + Bar, newly opened in October. From the moment you spot the restaurant on Clematis Street, you’ll be entranced by the gorgeous lighting as raindroplike chandeliers shine onto tabletops. Tall potted plants stand along walls covered in their leaf-motif to the right while an industrial-chic amberlit long bar bustles to the left. It’s the canopy above, however, with greenery and flowering tendrils, that complete the mystical-forest feeling of the restaurant.

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served with a sprig of fresh lavender. An absolute must-order is the burrata. The garlic crostini is crisp on the outside while maintaining soft on the inside, and the milky burrata pairs well with the salty black olive tapenade. This is a perfect combination on its own, not to mention the peppery arugula, juicy blistered tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil and house red wine balsamic glaze. “Eating healthy is also eating clean,” Vorobyeva says. “We eliminate artificial and processed ingredients and use organic, local and seasonal Lamb Chops ingredients whenever possible. We’re always playing with new ingredients to stay on top of what’s fresh and in-season.” With the mains, we recommend ordering the Mezcaloma; it’s not too sweet, and the smokey profile and acidity pairs nicely with any meat dish. Sourbon’s lamb chops are expertly seasoned with its cool mojito drizzle and crisp green beans, while the Salmon A La Granchio is fall-apart juicy, and its minted mango beurre blanc complementing the garlic spinach and gratin potatoes. If you’ve saved room for dessert, Vorobyeva’s favorite is the Strawberry Gazpacho with house-made ice cream. After a delicious and filling dinner, do not forget to stop upstairs for a nightcap in the speakeasy before grabbing a few more Instagram-worthy photos on the way out.

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Being the founder, owner and CEO of one of the only female-owned professional haircare brands on the planet means: I have

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Of all the famous and fabulous women around the world who use my haircare products, the celebrity I was most excited to learn is a fan of ours is: both Gabrielle Union

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Having a commercial air during the Super Bowl in 2017 with more than 111 million people watching was: absolutely surreal!

It was 30 seconds that I had to show the world what “It’s A 10 Haircare” stands for, which is to embrace the beauty of all cultures. Our hair is our crown, for both men and women. It truly is a form of our selfexpression, a part of our identity. I always say, “If you can’t change your life, change your hair!”

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Being a guest on ABC’s “Good Morning America” this past October for National Love Your Hair Day was: an opportunity to let

people know that we actually invented the holiday and had Oct. 10 (10/10) officially and formally designated as “National Love Your Hair Day.” During the show, we surprised three extraordinary women that we had flown to New York from around the country after conducting a nationwide search, and awarded each with a $10,000 grant for their inspiring work in their own communities.

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Diversity and philanthropy are important to me and my company because: we all

have but one lifetime to fulfill. Whether you earn $40,000 a year or $40 million a year, we all can do something to make the world a better place to live.

A Puerto Rican born, self-made, serial entrepreneur with more than two decades of experience as a hairstylist and salon owner, Carolyn Aronson’s “It’s a 10 Haircare” products have amassed a devoted celebrity and global following, currently selling in more than 25,000 professional independent salons, as well as an additional 15,000 noted professional salon chains worldwide including Regis and Ulta. Forever a champion of diversity and inclusion, Aronson is a highly regarded philanthropist; devoting her time, talents and resources to numerous causes and charitable foundations, including the creation of Kyana’s Dream Foundation, in honor of her daughter. She and husband Jeff currently oversee a vast, successful business empire, including the professional mixed-martial-arts promotion Titan FC. Avid world travelers that enjoy time aboard their own 164-foot luxury mega-yacht “She’s a 10,” the Aronsons and their four children currently reside in Parkland.

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Your guide to upcoming, must-attend philanthropy events. JAN. 3 LIFE’s Lady in Red Gala starring Diana Ross; 6 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $1,000; life-edu.org JAN. 7 An Evening with Bea Johnson; 6 p.m.; One World Zero Waste; Tickets from $25; oneworld-zerowaste.com

of Art’s D’Art for Art; 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.; Pelican Club; $500; lighthousearts.org JAN. 11 JAFCO’s An Evening with Robert Klein; 6:30 p.m.; The Country Club at Mirasol; $250; jafco.org/events/ JAN. 11 Promise Fund of Florida Perfect Pink Party; 6:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; Tickets from $1,250; promisefundofflorida.org JAN. 12 Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens’ Oshogatsu: A New Year’s Celebration; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens; Ticket prices vary; morikami.org

Jan. 8 Tony and Grammy award-winning artist John Lloyd-Young will perform during “An Evening of Music and Art in the Gardens.”

JAN. 8 Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens “An Evening of Music and Art in the Gardens”; 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens; $500; ansg.org JAN. 10 Neil S. Hirsch Family Boys & Girls Club of Wellington Dinner Dance; 6:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Wycliffe Country Club; $250; bgcpbc.org JAN. 11 Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse Race for Hope; 6:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.; John Prince Park Center Pavilion; Ticket prices vary; avdaonline.org JAN. 11 Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery & School

JAN. 14 The Ryan Licht Sang Bipolar Foundation Palm Beach Medical Briefing Luncheon; 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $550; ryanlichtsangbipolarfoundation.org JAN. 14 Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County King David Society Dinner; 6 p.m.; The Colony Palm Beach; $225; jewishpalmbeach.org JAN. 16 Palm Beach Island Hospice Foundation’s Hospice Evening 2020 “Among the Palms”; 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.; The Flagler Museum, Palm Beach; Tickets from $550; hospicepb.org JAN. 17 Kane Concert Series presents Atlantic City Boys; 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Kane Center; $35/members, $40 non-members; kanecenter.org JAN. 18 The Pine School’s 100 Years of Cars; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; The Pine

School; $10; thepineschool.org JAN. 18 Heroes vs. Hotshots; 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium; sponsorships available; heroesvshotshots.com JAN. 18 Palm Beach Policemen’s & Firemen’s Ball; 6:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.; The Mar-aLago Club; $1,000, invite-only; pbgpoliceandfirefoundation.org JAN. 20 RDK Melanoma Foundation Luncheon & Fashion Show ‘Eclipse 2020’; 10:30 a.m. silent auction, noon luncheon and runway fashion show featuring J. Mendel; The Breakers Palm Beach; $375; melanomafoundation.com JAN. 20 Kravis Center Palm Beach Wine Auction; 6 p.m.; 1000 NORTH; $1,250, advance reservation required; palmbeachwineauction.org JAN. 22 Center for Family Services of Palm Beach County Old Bags Luncheon; 10:30 a.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $450; ctrfam.org JAN. 22 Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Palm Beach Caritas Dei Bishop’s Gala; 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; Tickets from $350; catholiccharitiesdpb.org JAN. 23 Center For Constitutional Values’ Constitutional Attorney KrisAnne Hall; noon; Pipers Landing Country Club, Palm City; $50; centerforconstitutionalvalues.com

4 p.m. to 6 p.m.; Scripps Research Auditorium; Free; scripps.edu JAN. 23 Hanley Foundation Palm Beach Dinner; 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.; The Sailfish Club of Florida; Tickets from $350; hanleyfoundation.org JAN. 24 Palm Beach Opera Opening Night of Mainstage Operas: Turandot; 7:30 p.m.; Kravis Center; Tickets from $20; pbopera.org JAN. 25 Boca Raton Museum of Art 70th Anniversary Gala Dinner & Dance; 6:30 p.m. cocktails, 8 p.m dinner; Boca Raton Resort & Club; Tickets from $400; bocamuseum. org/join JAN. 25 Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Palm Beach-Treasure Coast Chapter ‘Epic’ Black Tie Gala; 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; Tickets from $550; lls.org JAN. 27 H.O.W. Hearing the Ovarian Cancer Whisper Time is of the Essence Luncheon; 11:30 a.m.; The Flagler Museum; $375; howflorida.org JAN. 31 Ballet Palm Beach Cocktail Fundraiser; 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Kravis Center; $200; balletpalmbeach.org JAN. 31 Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society Tropical Safari Gala; 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Palm Beach Zoo; $900; palmbeachzoo.org/gala

JAN. 23 Scripps Research Front Row Lecture Series;

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PALM BEACH FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIANS & JEWS WELCOME BACK RECEPTION

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KRAVIS CENTER SPECIAL COCKTAIL RECEPTION THE CAUSE: The Kravis Center honored its Board of Directors and Life Trustees in the Kravis Center’s exclusive Carl and Ruth Shapiro Founders’ Room. Guests enjoyed cocktails and hors d’oeuvres as a harpist played before being given a look at the progress of the Kravis Center’s expansion project.

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1. Diana Johnson and Bill Meyer 2. Jim and Irene Karp 3. Laurie Silvers and Mitchell Rubenstein 4. Barbara Golden, Stephen Brown and Jamie Stern 5. Mike Bracci, Judy Mithell and Jeff Stoops

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CONSERVATION CUP, A BETTER BALL TOURNAMENT

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Participants of the sold-out eighth annual Conservation Cup, a Better Ball Tournament, enjoyed a luncheon, putting contest, cocktail party and awards presentation with their golf outing. The outing raised funds for the event host, the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium. PHOTOS BY THE SOUTH FLORIDA SCIENCE CENTER AND AQUARIUM 3

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1. Christy Larrimore, Emily Clifford, Jessica Shapiro and Lauren King 2. Eric Koeppel, Alex Meadows, Josh Guittap and Doug Whipps 3. Brad Miller, Bob Kaufmann, Lew Crampton and Bob Wildrick 4. Mark Genard and Joe Giaquinto 5. Justin Cline, Justin Walsh, Morris Bell and Allen Gast

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KRAVIS CENTER’S EDUCATOR NIGHT THE CAUSE: More than 120 Palm Beach County teachers attended the Kravis Center’s sixth annual Educator Night. The evening was filled with live performances and gave teachers a chance to enhance their classrooms with the arts.

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THE CAUSE: Palm Beach County Food Bank and its supporters kicked-off the fourth annual Empty Bowls Delray Beach event. Guests had cocktails and hors d’oeuvres while enjoying hand-painted bowls available for purchase. PHOTOS BY CAPEHART 4

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1. Blair Jones and Russell Spanbauer 2. Kimberly Still and Shelley Menin 3. LaShaundra Highsmith and Sandra Maier 4. Michael and Debbie Pucillo 5. Stephanie Dodge and Marla Garchik

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FURRY FRIENDS AND FANCY THINGS LUNCHEON THE CAUSE: The inaugural Furry Friends and Fancy Things fundraising luncheon raised more than $200,000 to benefit Furry Friends Adoption Clinic & Ranch. The event showed service dogs in training and featured a silent auction, marketplace and debut of The Women of Palm Beach 2020 Calendar.

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1. Lauren Dunlop, Tara Dillon, Morgan Ross, Bethany Sharp and Celine Pelofi 2. Emily Pantelides, Kameron Westcott and Bethany Sharp 3. Bethany Sharp and Emily Pantelides 4. Karen and Herb Baum 5. Lauren Markow, Lauren Lomangino and Nicole Moody

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LMC’S GO BLUE AWARDS LUNCHEON THE CAUSE: The sold-out 11th annual Go Blue Awards Luncheon saw more than 700 guests at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center. During the luncheon, several awards were given, and oceanographer and explorer Dr. Robert Ballard delivered the keynote address. PHOTOS BY TRACEY BENSON PHOTOGRAPHY 4 3

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1. Marti LaTour and Jack Hanna 2. Jack E. Lighton and Pam Rauch 3. Jack E. Lighton, Krystian Von Speidel and Robert Ballard 4. Lynne and Peter Wells 5. Thomas Bean and Sophia Eccleston

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EDNA W. RUNNER TUTORIAL CENTER GOLF INVITATIONAL THE CAUSE: The second annual Edna W. Runner Tutorial Center Golf invitational had a friendly competition to benefit at-risk students. Following the tournament was a lunch, silent auction and awards ceremony.

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1. Jenny Owen, Chris Wiatr, Pam Evans and Bart George 2. Edward Frankel and Russel Bourne 3. Todd Woodraska, Maria Marino, Bill Capko and Phil Doherty 4. Will Willson, Jon Poulin, Scott Peters and Mike Walker 5. Winners Jeff Schiffman, Tom Fischer, Neil Rinehimer and Todd Cantine

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1. Bob Zaccheo, Lisa Russo and Nancy Perry 2. Lorraine Mari, Kristen Sloan and Pam Chezadilla 3. Kathleen O’Hare, Melinda Meissner and Danielle McDonald 4. Lauren Scirotto, Renee Layman and Ungria Castillo 5. Scott Hansel, Diana Stanley and Gregory Demetriades

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LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY LIGHT THE NIGHT PATIENT WALK THE CAUSE: The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Palm Beach-Treasure Coast Chapter staff and Good Samaritan Medical Center hosted the Light The Night Patient Walk in the hospital on the oncology floor. Patients currently undergoing treatment for blood cancers who couldn’t make it to the later walk and their families enjoyed food, music and festivities in the hallways of the hospital.

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‘THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME’ HABITAT GALA

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THE CAUSE: Guests of the Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County’s 2019 Habitat Gala, “There’s No Place Like Home,” enjoyed an Oz-like experience along with cocktails, a silent auction, dinner and dancing at The Breakers Palm Beach. PHOTOS BY TRACEY BENSON PHOTOGRAPHY 3

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KIPS BAY PALM BEACH PRE-RENOVATION PARTY THE CAUSE: More than 200 guests attended the kick-off of the third annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach. The Show House will be open February through the beginning of March and benefits the Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club and the Boys and Girls Club of Palm Beach County.

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