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THECELEBRATING ARTSLOCAL ISSUE CREATIVES WHO FEED OUR SOULS

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Contents FEBRUARY 2021

Features 38 The Artist’s Studio

A peek inside the creative spaces where three talented artists make their magic

By Tracy Marcello | Photography by Jason Nuttle

44 Bands on the Rise

Six unique acts owning the local music scene By Skye Sherman

52 Rock the Runway

Work the latest designer trends into your rotation this spring By Katherine Lande

58 A Radical Idea

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Jewelry makers turn recycled and repurposed baubles into new, treasured keepsakes By Melissa Puppo

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Contents In Every Issue 16 Editor’s Note 18 Publisher’s Note 109 Flavor

Foodie news and dining guide

116 Hot Shots

Photos from recent events

120 Surf Report

What’s up on jupitermag.com

The Local

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23 Around Town

ArtiGras 2021, a renovated gift shop at Loggerhead Marinelife Center, helping Jupiter’s youth, a relaxing staycation spot, and more

26 Character

An Indiantown rancher and entrepreneur with Old Florida roots

28 Arts

Lifelong artist Teresa Klein takes the reins at Stuart’s Rare Earth Gallery

30 Beauty

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Pelican Pair, Michaelann Bellerjeau

Shareable fragrances for you and your sweetie

32 Wanderlust

What to see, do, eat, and drink in captivating New Orleans

34 The Goods

GALentine’s gifts for your best gal pals

ON THE COVER

Photographer: Jason Nuttle Artist Anthony Burks shot on location by Jupiter Magazine at his studio in Palm Beach Gardens

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“WHERE STYLE LIVES’ In design circles, Gil Walsh is held in high esteem by her clients and trade partners. She is elegant, dignified, knowledgeable and devoted to design. Gil is the owner and principal designer at Gil Walsh Interiors attributing her success to her leadership. She guides her 16 talented team members, in her 5000 square foot West Palm Beach studio. Gil Walsh has been entrusted with over $250 million in interior design work. For 2021, she suggests the color ‘almost black’, aegean teal, blues for serenity and red for a bold accent. Using classic colors in this Pierre Frey rug blends traditional and contemporar y style. The lucite chair with a geometric patterned fabric is from Pierre Frey, adding a modern touch to any room. And blending classic Tao Accent Temple Jars softens any space. And don’t forget the red framed Oomph Portland coffee table. It looks like 2021 may just be a better year.

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Editor’s note

The art of happiness

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was recently gifted something super special. It was unexpected and thoughtful and something I’d been missing in my life for years, though I’m not sure I was even aware of that until it was no longer missing. It was a piano. Now, let me jump back a bit. I was raised on piano lessons, and I was hard-core about it: I practiced daily, performed solo recitals of classical music at age 10, and loved every minute of it. Until I didn’t. Like many kids, I gave it up when I became a teenager. Throughout my adult life, I’ve explored many other arts. I studied photography and dance, dabbled in theater, and, of course, I write. But music has always been my jam. I picked up a guitar in college, and I still play a little, but I’ve never been very good at it. But this piano... I can’t describe how happy it makes me to play again. And like most things we learn when we’re kids, it honestly hasn’t been that hard to get back on the proverbial horse. I can still read sheet music, and my left hand is quickly catching up to my right. And man, all of this brings me so much joy. Why did I go this long without this art form in my life? What was I thinking?! Art is so incredibly powerful and for so many reasons. Sure, it brings joy to those who create it as well as those who absorb it. But it can also create change. It can make a statement. It can impact individuals and the world. It can shine a necessary light on something ugly in a beautiful way. It gives the creator an outlet to express, the consumer a new perspective to consider. It can soothe, and it can heal. It can rile, and it can motivate. Powerful indeed. This issue is dedicated to art and all of its magic. A few highlights: Go inside the studio spaces that inspire visual artists in the community in “The Artist’s Studio,” beginning on page 38. Get to know some of the crazy-talented musicians rocking our local stages in “Bands on the Rise,” page 44. And turn to page 58 to see the incredible pieces jewelry artisans have created with recycled materials for a new exhibition at the Lighthouse ArtCenter in “A Radical Idea.” I hope something on these pages inspires you to pick up that old camera, wash off those old paintbrushes, or dust off Grandpa’s old harmonica. Write a poem. Draw a picture. Take a dance class. Whatever form it takes, bring art back into your life today. I promise it will be the best decision you’ll make all month. Peace and blessings,

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Publisher’s note

Life imitating art

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t’s an age-old question: Does life imitate art or does art imitate life? I tend to agree with Oscar Wilde, who said, “Life imitates art far more than art imitates life.” While there is no doubt that art is often inspired by life events, people, places, and culture, it’s also true that a life experience can be heightened because an art form made it so. One of the greatest representations of this today is Instagram. We’re extremely influenced by these one-dimensional photos; we worship a single moment in time, a vignette, a manipulated filtered version of reality, and try to imbibe these elements into our own lives. There’s beauty (and lots of money) in capturing these moments and turning them into “art” that has the ability to impact others’ thoughts and ideas. What we covet, what we find beautiful, what we see in something, is often influenced by our prior exposure to it, the perceived beauty of it, the status or approval of it, and our desire to imitate it. Beauty, as they say, is in the eye of the beholder, and art comes in many forms—music, painting, sculpture, photography, jewelry, architecture, interior design, etc. Art can characterize (and preserve) a culture and heritage, it can define a generation or movement, it can conform to a societal norm or be the antithesis of it. It’s the ultimate form of self-expression and self-awareness, and without it, life would be colorless and boring. In this issue, we celebrate art forms and artists and recognize the importance of art in our lives. We hope that you come away with a renewed appreciation of those who create it and support the organizations that are instrumental in bringing it to our area. Art is uplifting, inspiring, and therapeutic, so whether you are creating or consuming, open yourself to include art, in some form, in your life every day and you just might agree that life imitates art, not the other way around.

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Make the most of your charitable giving

Charitable giving is a serious commitment—for you and the causes you care about. Not only do you need to assess the strength, integrity, and future of those institutions, but you also need to weigh how you give—cash, assets, through a planned giving vehicle? Among their diverse services, The Rizzo, Apple, Schneider, and Langbert Group at J.P. Morgan Wealth Management—Wealth Partners Anthony Rizzo, Roy Apple, Jeremy Schneider, and Brett Langbert—helps clients of significant wealth understand their varied gifting options. PLANNED GIVING: STARTING SIMPLE/PLANNED GIVING: TAKING THE FIRST STEP/MOVING BEYOND CHECKBOOK GIVING

While checkbook giving is the choice for many and often the simplest, it can be advantageous— to the donor and the charity—to structure the gift as a planned gift. “The simplest way to make a planned gift,” says Anthony Rizzo, “is to name one or more charities as beneficiaries in your will or revocable trust or as a beneficiary of a retirement account.” In this case, the charities you name will inherit whatever you have designated for them following your death. Taking this step results in no immediate tax benefit, but your taxable estate may receive a deduction for the value of this charitable gift upon your death.

CONSIDERING MORE COMPLEX STRUCTURES

There are also more complex planned giving avenues. “These can include gift annuities or ‘split-interest trusts,’ such as charitable lead trusts or charitable remainder trusts,” says Roy Apple. “All have income tax, estate tax, and gift tax consequences that you will want to review carefully with your legal and tax professionals.” With a gift annuity, you have

a contractual arrangement with your selected charity—in exchange for your gift, the charity pays you a certain amount each year until your death. If you set up a charitable remainder trust, you receive a certain amount each year from the trust, for either a fixed term or for your lifetime. The amount remaining at the end of the trust’s term passes to charity. By contrast, a charitable lead trust functions as the reverse: the trust pays the named charity a certain amount each year, generally for a fixed term of years, and your family receives the balance of the trust assets, if any, at the end of the trust term.

OPPORTUNITIES FOR FRONTLOADING YOUR GIFTS

Should you be interested in making a single contribution that covers multiple years of gifts while receiving an income tax deduction up front, consider a donor-advised fund or a private foundation. The amount of the deduction may be the contributed asset’s fair market value or be limited to your basis in it; and the amount that you may deduct in a given year may depend on whether you have given cash or other assets and whether the charitable beneficiary is public or private. “These entities have varying rules on the roles their donors can play in a charity,” says Jeremy Schneider. ”Your lawyer and tax advisor

can explore how these requirements mesh with your expectations.”

MAKING GIVING A FAMILY AFFAIR

Donor-advised funds and private foundations allow successor advisors, directors and trustees to be family members. “Involving your family in charitable endeavors can serve a number of needs,” advises Brett Langbert. Including extended family of all ages in the identification of philanthropic organization(s) that will receive family funds is a strategy many families pursue to unite generations, to educate younger members, and to extend a legacy.

LEARN FROM EXPERIENCE

Many individuals and their families are passionate about their charitable giving—and in their ability to make a difference in causes important to them. The Rizzo, Apple, Schneider, and Langbert Group at J.P. Morgan has over 100 years of collective experience helping clients of significant wealth integrate their personal goals with their financial objectives. The team, whose members hold top rankings in Forbes and Barrons, also works seamlessly with their clients’ other advisors to help ensure the complexities of significant wealth are intelligently managed over time.

To learn more about the Rizzo, Apple, Schneider, and Langbert Group, contact:

561-694-5602 or email the.rasl.group@jpmorgan.com 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). JPMorgan Chase & Co., its affiliates, and employees do not provide tax, legal or accounting advice. This material has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for tax, legal and accounting advice. You should consult your own tax, legal and accounting advisors before engaging in any financial transaction. J.P. Morgan Wealth Management is a business of JPMorgan Chase & Co., which offers investment products and services through J.P. Morgan Securities LLC (JPMS), a registered broker-dealer and investment advisor, member FINRA and SIPC. Annuities are made available through Chase Insurance Agency, Inc. (CIA), a licensed insurance agency, doing business as Chase Insurance Agency Services, Inc. in Florida. Certain custody and other services are provided by JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. (JPMCB). JPMS, CIA and JPMCB are affiliated companies under the common control of JPMorgan Chase & Co. Products not available in all states

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The Front Row Lecture Series at Scripps Research invites you to hear directly from the world’s foremost scientists. Each free, virtual lecture may be joined from the comfort and safety of your home. Visit frontrow.scripps.edu to see the schedule, register and watch past lectures. FEBRUARY 17, 2021 | 4 p.m. ET The Science of Sight: An Eye-Opening Presentation on the Neuroscience of Vision Kirill Martemyanov, PhD

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Chair and Professor, Department of Neuroscience

MARCH 25, 2021 | 4 p.m. ET Cracking the Code of Chronic Inflammation Mark Sundrud, PhD Associate Professor, Department of Immunology and Microbiology

APRIL 21, 2021 | 4 p.m. ET Mapping the Secret Complexity of Tumors to Defeat Aggressive Cancers Michalina Janiszewska, PhD Assistant Professor, Department of Molecular Medicine

Special online events from Scripps Research The Front Row COVID-19 Lecture Series is now available online. Watch any time at scripps.edu/covid-videos To learn more about Scripps Research or get involved, contact (561) 228-2084 or philanthropy-florida@scripps.edu The Scripps Research Institute is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charity. For tax purposes, our EIN# is 33-0435954.

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AROUND TOWN | CHARACTER | ARTS | BEAUTY | WANDERLUST | THE GOODS Two Become One, Clayton Swartz

Dockside Dreaming, Ellen Negley

Takes Two to Tango, Armik Malekian

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esthetes who have longed for the return of outdoor festivals can sing praise during the thirty-sixth annual ArtiGras festival taking place February 13-14 at Gardens North County District Park in Palm Beach Gardens. The two-day fine arts event will welcome a juried exhibition of 290 gallery-quality works from artists hailing from all across the country. Guests in attendance will have the opportunity to purchase pieces directly from the artists. There will also be activities for children on site, as well as live music and artistic demonstrations. This year’s theme, “For the Love of Art,” was chosen to acknowledge the hardships the art community has been through in recent months by not being able to share their creative works with the world. Safety protocols will be in place to ensure everyone’s well-being, including mask mandates, handwashing stations, reduced crowds and capacity, staff and volunteer health checks, and a no-cash policy. $11/person; artigras.org —Melissa Puppo

Square Grouper, Ellen Negley

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Shop Smart

Coastal Finds Loggerhead debuts a newly remodeled gift shop

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s if you need another reason to drop by Loggerhead Marinelife Center—apart from the precious sea life, sea turtle research, rehabilitation, education, and conservation—the gift shop has now doubled in size, offering more luxury, sustainable goods that support sea turtle and ocean protection. Whether shopping online or inside the bright, airy shop, be sure to check out the items with special colored labels, which represent the Choice Matters program. Blue indicates the product was made in the United States (including Amber & Moss mini soy candles and blue and pink sea turtle absorbent coasters); green items represent reduced waste or products made with reusable, recyclable,

repurposed, and compostable materials (such as boho tea towels); and orange labels indicate responsibly sourced items that support fair trade, help employ underdeveloped communities, or donate to specific causes (the ShanOre ocean jewelry, for example). shop-marinelife.org

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A Lust for LEARNING

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n 1995, Dolly Parton came up with the idea to provide children with books to foster a love of reading before they reach school age. She called it the Imagination Library, which has since gifted more than 145 million books to children worldwide. An extension of this initiative blossomed locally through Palm Beach Gardens residents Nicholas and Christen Thompson’s namesake foundation, launched last year. Nicholas—a professional golfer who has played eight years on the PGA Tour and several more years on the Korn Ferry Tour—and his wife created the foundation to give back to the local community. The Thompsons mail one free, high-quality book a month to children enrolled in the program, from birth

through their fifth birthday. Donations are going out to children in the lowest-income areas of Palm Beach County, including Belle Glade, Pahokee, South Bay, and Canal Point; their goal is to expand to other zip codes in the county. Here, Christen talks a bit about their mission. (thompsonfoundationfl.com) WHY IS THIS INITIATIVE IMPORTANT TO YOU? I have always loved to read. My first volunteer job was reading to preschool children at the local library in Parkland. Palm Beach County is such a great place to live and raise a family, and I was surprised to learn that nearly half of third-graders in the county are reading below grade level. We want all kids to have access to early literacy and the joy of reading. HOW CAN LOCALS DONATE A BOOK? The books themselves are selected by educators at the Dollywood Foundation, but locals can support the Imagination Library by donating [monetarily] directly to our foundation. One hundred percent of donations will be used to purchase books for children enrolled in the Palm Beach County Imagination Library. WHAT CAN WE EXPECT FROM YOUR FOUNDATION IN 2021? We will be holding fundraising events throughout the year, including a virtual 5K in May to benefit the Imagination Library. We will post the details on our website and to social media (@imaginationlibrarypbc).

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HEY, BATTER BATTER DON’T MISS YOUR CHANCE TO CATCH MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL TEAMS PREPARE FOR THE REGULAR SEASON. ROGER DEAN CHEVROLET STADIUM IN ABACOA WILL MARK THE START OF SPRING TRAINING FEBRUARY 27 WITH A GAME BETWEEN ITS TWO HOME TEAMS, THE MIAMI MARLINS AND THE ST. LOUIS CARDINALS. THE NEXT DAY, THE CARDINALS TAKE ON THE WASHINGTON NATIONALS, WITH TRAINING SEASON RUNNING THROUGH MARCH 28. FOR TICKET PRICING AND INFO, VISIT ROGERDEANCHEVROLETSTADIUM.COM.

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Mini Getaway RELAX AND UNWIND WITH A STAY AT TIMBERS JUPITER

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hese days especially, we can all use a little R&R. But until we can safely return to traveling to our favorite jet-set reprieves, staycationing close to home is the next best thing. You can have a relaxing getaway without even leaving Jupiter. Located within Trump National Golf Club just off Donald Ross Road, Timbers Jupiter is home to 47 freestanding villas, and the lush property is allowing the public to stay overnight for the first time since opening (previously, overnight stays were only offered to the property’s owners and their guests). The boutique property is replete with professionally managed private residences that house spacious two- and four-bedroom floor plans. Stocked kitchens make hosting dinners for the family a breeze, or you can call on Timbers’ private chefs for a gourmet

meal. Find respite on the outdoor lanai and cool off in your very own private dipping pool. Should you want to venture off property, planning activities for the whole family is made easy with Timbers’ concierge service that can set up a day’s worth of fun around the Palm Beaches. Exclusive programming for parents and couples who want in on the fun range from “drive-in” golf cart movies to “après-tee” cocktail hours to trips to area beach clubs. Of course, you’ll also have the opportunity to play golf at one of the nation’s most coveted courses. Minimum stay four to six nights; from $1,095/night for a twobedroom residence; timbersjupiter.com

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LOVE FESTS Fun ways to celebrate with your valentine—or meet someone new!

DATE NIGHT IN Make the most of staying indoors by creating a special Valentine’s Day–themed charcuterie board, courtesy of Morgan Karr and Iris Smeltz of Jupiter-based The Board Babes. The duo will be offering a virtual workshop to create a one-of-a-kind culinary masterpiece you can then enjoy. Ingredients will be dropped off at your house and will also include some pairing suggestions for wine, beer, and bourbon. $100/virtual workshop (includes disposable bamboo board and ingredients; $125 for wooden board you can keep); theboardbabesfl.com BOOTY SHAKING Whether you’re always the first one busting a move on the dance floor or need some help in the boogie department, have some fun learning new steps with your loved one. Fred Astaire Dance Studios in Palm Beach Gardens is offering a special package for couples that includes two half-hour private lessons

and one group class, which you can begin scheduling this Valentine’s Day. $25/couple; fredastaire.com SINGLES ONLY Speed dating takes on a whole new meaning with Furry Friends’ first-ever “Paws for Love” event February 11. Singles who register ahead of time for the free speed-dating and mingling soiree will be paired with another single, along with a dog, to “take the pressure off single people around Valentine’s Day,” notes Pat Deshong, president of the Jupiter-based organization. Complimentary beverages and take-home “doggie bags” will be provided for guests of the outdoor festivities. furryfriendsadoption.org

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Helping HAND A LOCAL FOUNDATION WITH AN EYE ON JUPITER’S YOUTH

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hilanthropy abounds in Palm Beach County—just ask the team behind the Waterfront Way Foundation. Launched in 2018 by Rob Thomson, managing partner of Waterfront Properties & Club Communities, the foundation has focused mainly on serving those “who don’t necessarily fit in someone else’s box,” says Thomson. Such was the case when Waterfront Way gifted Jupiter High School students a shiny new school bus as a holiday gift following a match-by-match donation where a total of $107,000 was raised for the new bus. The old bus had no air conditioning nor wheelchair access, making travel difficult for those in the Exceptional Student Education Program, which brings students to area businesses for hands-on training. Focused on enriching the lives of children, the foundation has done much to help the community, including sending foster children from Place of Hope on vacations with their families and partnering with Big Dog Ranch Rescue to cover adoption fees so 25 first responders could take home an animal during the holidays. Future plans include helping Jupiter High School raise funding to ensure students have a football season come fall. waterfront-properties.com ❖

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Rooted in Tradition WITH A FAMILY TREE THAT HAS BEEN PLANTED IN THE AREA FOR NEARLY A CENTURY, INDIANTOWN RESIDENT DONNA “JONNIE” WALL-FLEWELLING KEEPS OLD FLORIDA THRIVING WITH AN INSTINCT FOR SUSTAINABILITY

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nature—“swamps, huge alligators, and lots of mosquitoes,” she says. To maintain Old Florida traditions and educate people about them, WallFlewelling provides cultural tours and experiences for hotel guests. In addition to inviting them to study the inn’s 90-foot mural of the Seminole Indian tribe, she offers local experiences like turkey or hog hunts, trips to Lake Okeechobee, private ranch tours (her family owns the High Horse Ranch), and farm visits so visitors can get a real taste of Old Florida. For Wall-Flewelling, sustainability is important— and not just in the sense of preserving Florida’s rich history. “I believe that for a rancher or farmer, sustainability is instinctual,” she says. “We know where the land ends, and we see how much water we have so the grass is strong for the cattle. We look at animals every day—we are dependent on that level. Since I was raised in a family that ranched, we are conservative and careful with our resources. We don’t spend what we don’t have.” Much of what she raises and grows is served to guests at the restaurant inside the inn for a true farm-to-table experience. She has also been working to preserve the Florida Cracker cattle breed as well as to start an organic elderberry grove. She never stops implementing sustainable solutions to protect her

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onna “Jonnie” WallFlewelling holds a master’s degree in behavioral disorders from Florida Atlantic University, but formal education isn’t what excites her. The busy entrepreneur likes to get her hands dirty—quite literally—with her many projects. On her property in Indiantown, the 67-year-old raises grass-fed, antibioticfree, free-range cattle and pigs and 10 goats; grows seasonal lettuce, squash, and tomatoes; harvests honey; tends herb gardens; makes her own jams and jellies using local fruits (guava, strawberryvanilla, pineapple); creates finishing salts (rosemary, Himalayan, and basilinfused); and curates tea blends. She also runs Indiantown’s historic Seminole Inn (seminoleinn.com), the nearly 100-year-old country inn owned by the Wall family since 1976. “I love all of my projects, but what gives me the most joy is running the Seminole Inn,” says Wall-Flewelling. “I like illustrating the rich history of Indiantown while meeting our wonderful guests.” Wall-Flewelling’s family first came to Indiantown from Georgia in 1919 to find work, and they have been here ever since. At 91, her mother, Iris, is the town’s longest-living resident, who still lives in the family home and raises cattle. “We are the last frontier, the history of Indiantown where folks either farmed or raised cattle,” Wall-Flewelling says proudly. Her dad, Homer, cut fence posts, while Iris baked biscuits in a wood-burning stove. The family had no water or electricity back then, but Wall-Flewelling and her siblings enjoyed a great childhood playing in the woods and discovering the wonders of

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livestock and maintain her land. She loves spending time with her family, including husband Greg, daughter Christy, grandchildren, and a great-granddaughter. And she somehow finds the time to run the other businesses she owns: The Farm at Fox Brown wedding venue and Crackers, an old diner near the Seminole Inn. At press time, she was getting ready to open a brand new cozy tea and coffee shop, The Last Train Out, inside the inn. “I love meeting new people, enriching their experiences, building our businesses, and improving our lives,” she says. “I thrive on making people happy. “I am truly blessed.” ❖

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jewelry, and more, Rare Earth Gallery is fortunate to have another expert at the helm. This past September, after operating the gallery for more than a decade, the Binders passed the proverbial baton to a brand new owner: artist Teresa Klein. She moved to Port St. Lucie from Chapel Hill, North Carolina to run the gallery, bringing her lifelong background in art and poetry to the space. “Steve and Becky have done a terrific job renovating the space and establishing a reputation, and I look forward to continuing what they have done,” she says. Here, get to know a little bit about Klein, her background in art, her plans for the gallery, and her philanthropic endeavors.

Artist and Rare Earth Gallery owner Teresa Klein (above). Artwork by Klein, clockwise from top left: Out of Nowhere; Where, Here (detail); And Fall Came Anyway.

LIFE AS AN ARTIST “I feel like I’ve always been an artist and a writer. Both of my parents were artists, and my grandmother was a painter. I

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Clockwise from top left: Rare Earth Gallery; Flamingo, Molly Pearce; Bowl, Gail Snively.

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have a BFA in painting with a minor in art history and an MFA in creative writing from American University in Washington, D.C. I prefer to paint in acrylic and oil, but I also love pastels and drawing. My style changed significantly after the unexpected death in 2002 of my husband, Kevin, from a brain tumor. I had been more of a literal or representational artist, but that way of working seemed inadequate to me [after Kevin passed away], and I began to paint more abstractly. Most recently, I’ve been working on a series of diminutive drawings called Vibrations, which begin as miniature brain waves and become tiny landscapes. I see these as sort of a metaphor for life and energy.”

TAKING OVER AT RARE EARTH “I was a curator and programs director at galleries in the past. I’ve also been an educator, most recently a teacher in an amazing charter school in North Carolina. I’ve always been interested in having a space not only to share my own work but also to foster and nurture the work of other artists. Coming upon Rare Earth Gallery was a serendipitous find! I believe I was led to make a change in this phase of my life, and I was guided to this new place and

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endeavor. It brings together so much of what I have learned in my life and what I long to do.” PLANS FOR THE GALLERY “I can’t say that I actually know what my plans are at this point—it’s very early—but I do know that I want Rare Earth to be an uplifting, positive place to be. It already has a unique presence in the heart of downtown Stuart and is a destination for people who love art, but I want it to be seen as more than a retail space. I hope Rare Earth will continue to add new artists and media and exist as a space to share ideas too. I also hope to get back to having events like Art Walks and fundraisers soon.” FUNDRAISING EFFORTS “Steve and Becky were strong advocates for Treasure Coast Hospice, as am I. Hospice helped our family so much during the end of my husband’s life. I also continue to personally contribute a portion of my own art sales to the American Brain Tumor Association and the National Brain

Tumor Society. I’d love to perhaps design a yearly art event to raise funds and awareness to help other families facing this insidious disease.” WHAT MAKES RARE EARTH SPECIAL “It offers such a fresh perspective on art! It’s a friendly space where everything is handmade and not mass-produced. Art not only brings beauty to the world, but it also brings meaning and soulfulness. I truly believe that all arts have the potential to raise consciousness and touch lives in challenging times.” ❖

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BREATHE EASY Harnessing the cognitive and emotional triggers of scent, The Nue Co.’s woody Functional Fragrance has spicy notes of green cardamom, iris, palo santo, and cilantro that help wearers relax during times of stress. $155/3.4 fl. oz., Nordstrom, Palm Beach Gardens

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FIRESIDE FLAIR Warm, spicy, and subtly smoky with notes of clove oil, orange flower, and vanilla, Maison Margiela’s Replica by the Fireplace evokes memories of cold nights by a crackling fire. $130/ 3.4 fl. oz., Sephora, Palm Beach Gardens

IN YOUR DNA Developed from a single aroma chemical called Iso E Super, the velvety “hyper-modern” cedar-like note in Molecule 01 by Escentric Molecules smells intoxicatingly different on every wearer. $135/3.4 fl. oz., Bloomingdales, Palm Beach Gardens

ROMANTIC UNION Roman chamomile makes its perfume debut alongside Indian coral jasmine in Mémoire d’Une Odeur, a “mineral aromatic” eau de parfum from Gucci that’s grounded in notes of vanilla, sandalwood, and cedarwood. $120/3.3 fl. oz., Sephora, Palm Beach Gardens

SENSUAL STUDY Born of Byredo’s beloved candle, Bibliothèque is a heady eau de parfum that transports wearers to a daydream filled with leather-bound books atop wooden shelves. $265/3.4 fl. oz., byredo.com

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WOODY WONDER Leather and musk are balanced by notes of cardamom, iris, and violet in Le Labo’s Santal 33, a sensual elixir that can be personalized with the name of the lucky recipient. $280/3.4 fl. oz., Nordstrom, Palm Beach Gardens FRESH FIND The cedarwood and pine bark in Flooid by Credo Beauty are transformed by warm amber and patchouli and finished with zesty top aromas of orange and grapefruit for a scent that’s both seductive and sweet. $125/3.4 fl. oz., credobeauty.com

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The Cascade Pool at the New Orleans Museum of Art sculpture garden features Scott Burton’s Pair of Right Angle Chairs and Settee (1983) and Robert Graham’s Source Figure (1991).

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If the walls of NOLA’s eighteenthand nineteenth-century buildings could talk, they would have plenty of The living room of a juicy stories to tell. At The Marquee two-bedroom suite at The Marquee by Bluegreen Vacation Club (bluegreenvacations.com), the walls, or rather the artwork hanging on them, depict the tales of local artists of the past through augmented-reality technology. Simply open the corresponding app and hold your phone over the piece to watch them come to life. It’s a playful touch that complements the Theater District resort’s villa-style rooms, outfitted with full kitchens and spacious balconies.

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You could easily fill days wandering the French Quarter and hitting up jazz joints like The Spotted Cat, but you’d miss out on the rest of the Crescent City’s bounty. Hop on the 1835 St. Charles streetcar over to the Garden District, home to many architectural masterpieces and bustling Magazine Street, with its quaint shops and restos. To admire some of New Orleans’ best relics, continue to City Park, a 1,300-acre public green space where near-millennia-old oak trees draped in Spanish moss stretch their branches. The New Orleans Museum of Art’s Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden (noma.org) occupies 11 of those acres and beckons art aficionados with more than 90 sculptures strewn across verdant grounds.

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For every type of artist, it’s important to have a creative space where a vision can come to fruition—whether that be a nook in the corner of the kitchen or an easel in the backyard. Take a peek inside the personal studios of three locals, each its own work of art. By Tracy Marcello | Photography By Jason Nuttle

ANTHONY BURKS

Studio: Zero Empty Spaces, 11300 Legacy Ave. Unit #140, Palm Beach Gardens Medium: Color pencil, watercolor, pen and ink, charcoal

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among other topics. But he also uses his talents and influence to help other artists in the community, leading several efforts to bring Black artists into the spotlight. Along with his wife, fellow artist Trina Slade-Burks, he founded ATB Fine Art Group in 1992 to create, sell, and promote visual, performing, and literary art by local Black artists. Aside from hosting its annual Continuum Palm Beach Art Fair (this year’s show, typically held in January, was canceled because of COVID), ATB also helps young Black artists develop portfolios for school auditions and mentors them as they begin their art careers. “We opened up people’s eyes to artists in the Black community who had been hiding because they didn’t think they could get noticed,” says Burks. “I want to make sure they are recognized. That’s been my vision and my goal since I became a professional artist. I don’t want to see another artist, not just Black artists but any artist, get a door slammed in their face.” With a lot of Burks’ curated events on hold during the pandemic, he has recently been focusing on creating a series of portraits for his fellowship with the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County. When he’s not working on the series, he’s likely helping one of the other artists in the studio space and living up to his “mayor” nickname. “I’ve been blessed to be able to do my craft and do what I love every day,” he says. “I get to wake up with art, and I get to go to bed with art—and being in this studio space really helps me out because it allows me to reach out to more artists.” anthonyburkscollection.com

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ail Kosowski’s personal ceramics studio and community pottery workshop is a popular place to take a spin on the potter’s wheel and purchase custom pieces of ceramic art. Named Clay Space, the waterfront studio boasts the perfect location for creativity to thrive—in both Kosowski and her students.

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IT’S AN OPEN-AIR WORKSPACE, WHICH IS GREAT FOR CLAY WORK, AND IT’S A BEAUTIFUL SPOT ON THE WATER THAT INVITES CREATIVITY AND COMMUNITY.” — Gail Kosowski

“I initially opened the studio in 2015 to have an outlet for my own explorations, but I’ve slowly evolved it into a shared creative space where I can ply my trade, teach and share access, and create a good experience for beginners and fellow artists,” she says. “It’s an open-air workspace, which is great for clay work, and it’s a beautiful spot on the water that invites creativity and community.” As part of Fish House Art Center, Kosowski’s studio is one of seven artist spaces making up a larger creative marketplace that also includes an ice cream shop, a marina, and a private rental property. “This unusual space has a great variety of foot traffic with an interesting group of fellow artists, artisans, and small businesses,” says Kosowski. “It’s a very dynamic community.” Kosowki’s one-of-a-kind pieces range from everyday tableware to more sculptural works. “I am an avid maker with an ever-developing experimental approach to both functional wares and artistic endeavors,” she says. “I’ve explored many media for as long as I can remember, but clay provides an endless field of exploration.” Her Clay Space studio has become a destination for people in search of unique pieces. The Jupiter resident also works with nonprofit communities in Palm Beach and Martin counties, developing art and gardening programs at Title 1 schools, and has led several collaborative mosaic mural projects in the area, including one at the children’s education and resource center Building Bridges to Youth in East Stuart. “Stuart has many artists with a great variety of approaches, and they have an engaged community to support them,” says Kosowski. “I’m always looking for healthy ways to contribute to that community.” thefishhouseartcenter.com/artists

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Studio: April W. Davis Gallery and Art Studio, 1630 U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter Medium: Acrylic, oil, charcoal

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but as soon as I got here I just loved it,” she recalls. “I had a tropical backyard, so I started doing paintings inspired by that environment.” Today, Davis lives on Jupiter Island with her fiancé, Steve, and continues to draw inspiration from her surroundings, including the Jupiter Lighthouse, the inlet, and the Intracoastal.

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MY ORIGINAL PAINTINGS ARE QUITE LARGE, AVERAGING 8 FEET WIDE, SO IT’S IMPORTANT FOR ME TO SEE HOW THEY READ FROM A DISTANCE.” — April Davis

Fortunately, her studio space is a short jaunt from the water she paints with precision. The April W. Davis Gallery and Studio—which she opened in 2010—houses many of her original and replicated works, along with her personal studio space and a wood workshop for Steve, who does all of the printing, canvas stretching, and frame building for Davis’ art. “One of the best parts [of the studio] is how big it is,” she says of the 3,000-square-foot space. “It enables me to stand back from my paintings and see them from a distance, which was hard to do when I was working out of my home in a

small room. “My original paintings are quite large, averaging 8 feet wide, so it’s important for me to see how they read from a distance.” Davis’ paintings range from photorealistic to more abstract and are inspired by the natural beauty of Jupiter. She often begins a project by taking hundreds of photos of a subject to make a composition from which she can paint. “I want the viewer to feel that beauty and peace when they look at my art and to be transported to that place,” she says. “Painting in this space makes that so much easier because it is a beautiful, peaceful place to paint.” Best known for her Gateway to Paradise series of acrylic paintings set at the U.S. 1 bridge overlooking the lighthouse and inlet, she has recently enjoyed working on her Sunrise/ Sunset series. She adds sand to each canvas before painting it with both a brush and a palette knife to provide texture and light. “I love painting water, sunrises, and sunsets,” says the artist. “It just puts me in that space; it’s like being there.” aprildavisgallery.com ❖

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FROM A SOULFUL GROUP CREATING THEIR OWN KIND OF SOUND TO A JUPITER TEEN DABBLING IN EVERYTHING FROM REGGAE TO ALTERNATIVE, MEET SIX TALENTED ACTS WHO ARE OWNING THE LOCAL MUSIC SCENE By Skye Sherman

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t’s hard not to become a superfan upon hearing even a few notes cascade from the deep baritone pipes of Josh Miles (a.k.a. Joashmaël Michel). Irresistibly groovy, his soulful, bluesy voice reflects the multicultural beauty of South Florida—and of Miles himself. The Haitian-American was born in Dallas but moved to Florida with his family as a child. As lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist with his namesake J.M. and the Sweets—a moniker that “speaks to how we like to make people feel when they hear us,” he says—27-year-old Miles has been fine-tuning the band’s funky “South Florida soul” sound ever since they assembled in 2015 (their first residency was at DAS Beer Garden in downtown Abacoa; they also play at local spots like Tequesta Brewing Company and Guanabanas). “I met the core members of the group at open jam nights all over the county, from Swampgrass Willy’s to Funky Buddha,” Miles shares. Those original core members hail from all around the Sunshine State and include Lorenzo Lindo, 25 (bass); Michael Perry Jr., 27 (guitar, vocals); and Virgil Price, 36 (keys, organ, vocals). Ben Stokes, 27 also plays with the band (drums, percussion). The Sweets’ neo-soul debut EP, Sol Village, was released in 2017; the second, South Florida Soul, followed in 2019; they released a new single, “Suffer,” last July; and their third EP, South Florida Soul Vol. 2: The Feels, is on the way. Miles, a formally trained vocalist who studied performance at University of Mobile in Alabama, is also a self-taught guitarist and has been hitting the Jupiter circuit as a solo artist too, bringing his unforgettable voice and impressive rhythm skills to the stage. His vibe is kind of like when R&B meets palm trees, and we’re sure to see big things from this talented young man and his band in the future. jmandthesweets.com

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olo artist Summer Gill, 24, was born in the British Virgin Islands and raised on a sailboat before moving with her family to Stuart at age 3. Her salty upbringing translates beautifully into her music, including original albums Stormy Weather (2016) and Romancing the Throne (2019). The singer-songwriter—who is often compared to Sara Bareilles and Fiona Apple—delivers clean and powerful vocals with passion, accompanied by her skills on the keys. Gill’s musical talent was evident early on; she began classical piano training at age 7, practicing for seven years before switching her focus to pop and learning to arrange piano pieces to accompany her vocals. “My dad’s side of the family was always very musical, and he made his living as a musician for many years,” she says. “I grew up listening to him singing, playing guitar, and harmonizing with my uncle and grandma. I picked up singing from listening to them and mimicking the radio.” She has been performing on the Jupiter scene since she was around 12—often with her father— her ever-sharpening blend of pop, blues, and alternative sounds a hit with local audiences. You can often catch her performing at Square Grouper, The Malted Barley, and Vintage Wine & Charcuterie, and she will be releasing new singles and music videos in the coming months. summergill.com

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dam Haupt, 30 (guitar, banjo, flute, foot percussion, vocals), Samuel King, 25 (guitar, baritone ukulele, bass drum, vocals), and Derek Campbell, 30 (bass guitar, vocals) all grew up in the Jupiter area and played in various bands for years before eventually getting together to form their own group in 2019. Each member of the acoustic trio is individually seasoned, having performed with popular area musicians including The Helmsmen, Cardinal Moses, Jahzilla, and Jupiter Jazz Collective. As News from Bree, they cover both old and new hits, presenting a unique sound with indie, folk, rock, and pop influences. “Our taste in music verges on the eccentric, and it’s fun to play songs people might not expect to hear from a band with our instrumentation,” says King. Explaining the band name, he adds: “In J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings, our hobbit protagonists spend the night in a town called Bree, and we’re told that the Shire-folk are not all too trusting of the outside world—as evidenced by their saying ‘Strange as news from Bree.’” News from Bree has been playing locally at places like DAS Beer Garden, Brick & Barrel, and Guanabanas, and on the horizon they hope to expand their live shows and release more original songs. newsfrombreeband.com

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orn and raised in Jupiter, 19-year-old singer-songwriter Sierra Lane possesses a voice that can best be described as ethereal. She puts it to good use in her soulful performances of songs she writes herself and with the help of her band—Rocky Rucker (bass), Cory Ricardy (drums), Patrick Montanari (keys, sax), and Derek McClean (guitar). “I like to mesh genres and keep things interesting,” says Lane. “You’ll hear reggae, indie, pop, alternative… That’s just how I like to express my sound—with many layers.” She often brings the skeleton of a song to her band and gives them the creative freedom to compose their own parts, but the result is always reflective of Jupiter’s beach-town vibes. While Lane’s voice is impossible to ignore, she also plays guitar, bass, ukulele, and keys. She performs all over South Florida, and you can often catch her on the Guanabanas stage. In the coming months, she hopes to release more music, film music videos, and—if the pandemic situation allows—go on tour in Florida. sierralanemusic.com

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razilian-American Kev Ohm’s music exudes positivity, hence his motto: “Music is medicine.” The energetic singer-songwriter grew up in Jupiter and continues to play the area frequently—formerly with his band Keep It Civil but these days mostly as a solo artist. He can spin a wicked cover tune but also began releasing original music last year. Heavily influenced by the laid-back sounds of Jack Johnson and Magic City Hippies, Ohm’s acoustic pop-rock sound is sun-kissed and uplifting, a bit of reggae with Latin influences and touches of blues and funk. “I’ve been singing and performing for as long as I can remember,” says Ohm, 28. “As soon as I could sing along to the songs I was hearing, I knew I wanted to be a performer.” By 16, he was gigging professionally at venues across South Florida and, after a post-grad detour in the corporate world, he has been pursuing music full-time since 2018. He plans for new releases on a monthly basis, aiming to build community and raise consciousness through music—which is why he loves playing Maxi’s Lineup. “It’s a small venue that gets packed with people itching to hear live music, so it’s always a blast playing there,” he says. kevohm.com

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llen Skogman, who grew up in Jupiter, and Billy Kensinger, who has lived here for the past seven years, form the acoustic rock-and-soul duo The Leafy Greens Band. Now engaged, the couple began dating in 2014 but didn’t start performing together until January 2019. They played 150 shows that year, then topped their record in 2020 by playing more than 200 (pandemic and all), cementing their spot as regulars on the local music scene. Skogman, 27, is a classically trained choral singer (her music career actually launched when she served as president of the Jupiter High School Choirs), but she also handles tambo and shaker. Originally from Alaska, 37-year-old Kensinger adds his vocals as well as guitar to the mix. The Leafy Greens Band’s folksy harmonies blend two soothing, emotion-filled voices, which you can witness for yourself at various local venues. They have residency at spots including Double Roads Tavern, Blue Pointe Bar and Grill, Brick & Barrel, and Tequesta Brewing Company. They’re currently recording their first fulllength studio album, filled with songs they’ve written together as well as with the help of platinum-selling songwriters they met in Nashville. After that, says Skogman, their goal is “to start playing more shows in true music venues and theaters across the country, get on the festival circuits, be an opener for notable acts, and eventually headline our own shows.” So what’s behind their name? “It’s about our core values,” explains Kensinger. “Staying green and growing; focusing on holistic, healthy lifestyle choices; and thriving instead of surviving.” theleafygreensband.com ❖

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Tiffany T T1 wide diamond hinged bangle in 18-karat white gold, $30,000, Tiffany & Co., Palm Beach Gardens

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Medium puffer monogram chain bag in denim and suede leather, $2,350, Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello, ysl.com Denim T-clasp shoulder bag, $2,950, Tom Ford, tomford.com

50 Shades of Denim AN EVERYDAY FABRIC GETS REIMAGINED AND ELEVATED

BALMAIN SPRING/ SUMMER 2021 A highly structured denim jacket is a must-have item.

Viva ballet flat in denim, $675, Salvatore Ferragamo, Palm Beach Gardens

BB Knife denim mule, $950, Balenciaga, balenciaga.com

XL Pill link necklace with white baguette diamonds, $21,600, Deborah Pagani, deborahpagani.com

Indigo denim pump with crystal embroidery, $995, Jimmy Choo, Palm Beach Gardens

Denim cross-body clutch with embellished stress buckle, $1,595, Roger Vivier, rogervivier.com

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Large Essential brass necklace, $350, Jennifer Fisher, jenniferfisherjewelry.com

Brown beaded Bijou baguette handbag, $1,290, Fendi, Saks Fifth Avenue, Palm Beach Gardens

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Repossi 18-karat rose gold and diamond ring, $18,050, Hamilton Jewelers, Palm Beach Gardens Miller basket-weave shoulder bag, $598, Tory Burch, Palm Beach Gardens

HERMÈS SPRING/ SUMMER 2021 Rigid lines in a neutral color palette look artful on and off the runway.

Shay parchment nappa sandal, $795, Salvatore Ferragamo, Palm Beach Gardens

Kora lace-up sandal in tan shimmer suede, $395, Stuart Weitzman, Palm Beach Gardens

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Teal sunglasses, $390, Fendi, Saks Fifth Avenue, Palm Beach Gardens

Shells and starfish charm bracelet, $1,775, Versace, versace.com

Rebecca de Ravenel classic 3 drop button silk cording daffodil earrings, $280, Lola Dré, Jupiter

Small yellow curve bag, $1,490, Alexander McQueen, alexandermcqueen.com Steffie new blush F-heel sandal, $695, Salvatore Ferragamo, Palm Beach Gardens

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Lalita 75 sandal in wisteria suede, $425, Stuart Weitzman, Palm Beach Gardens

Tory sneaker, $228, Tory Burch, Palm Beach Gardens

EMILIO PUCCI SPRING/SUMMER 2021 Retro-inspired prints from the 1960s make a chic comeback. Lilac leather handbag with top handle and mini silver buckle, $2,495, Roger Vivier, rogervivier.com

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Tie-dye jelly hoops, $155, Alison Lou, alisonlou.com Pink gradient mirror sunglasses, $190, Ray-Ban, ray-ban.com

Tie-Dye OPT FOR TAILORED PIECES FOR A NEW TAKE ON THE TREND

Ulla Johnson blue indigo buckle heel, $470, Lola Dré, Jupiter

LV Escale Palma flat sandal, $955, Louis Vuitton, Palm Beach Gardens

Blue multicolor tie-dye and Dior embroidery with metallic thread tote, $2,750, Dior, dior.com

CHRISTIAN DIOR SPRING/SUMMER 2021 Hand-dyed techniques are showcased in new silhouettes.

Marlo Laz tie-dye 14-karat gold sapphire necklace, $3,920, netaporter.com

Blue mule, $595, Fendi, Saks Fifth Avenue, Palm Beach Gardens

Elisa small leather handbag, $2,090, Christian Louboutin, christianlouboutin.com

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FENDI SPRING/ SUMMER 2021 Layer linen pieces in a monochromatic color palette.

Classic brownline sunglasses, $455, Bottega Veneta, bottegaveneta.com

South Sea pearl link earrings in 18-karat gold, $3,600, Tiffany & Co., Palm Beach Gardens

Khaki Returns WEAR THIS ALWAYS-CLASSIC HUE FROM HEAD TO TOE

Kelly watch, $2,800, Hermès, hermes.com Roberta rattan basket tote, $1,550, Michael Kors Collection, michaelkors.com

Flat embossed leather sandal with spiked embellished raffia, $775, Christian Louboutin, christianlouboutin.com

Flat shoe with raffia and pearl studs, $650, Jimmy Choo, Palm Beach Gardens

Cotton and leather handbag, $1,640, Max Mara, maxmara.com

Espadrille sandal, $1,050, Chanel, Palm Beach Gardens

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Van Cleef & Arpels flower lace necklace, $160,000, Provident Jewelry, Jupiter

Wildflower bouquet earrings,$125, Lele Sadoughi, lelesadoughi.com

Sunglasses, $520, Chloé, chloe.com

Oscar de la Renta mini floral leather cross-body bag, $2,590, Saks Fifth Avenue, Palm Beach Gardens

Floral Fantasy ROMANTIC BLOOMS BRIGHTEN UP WARDROBES FOR SPRING

Pink floral lace baguette handbag, $3,690, Fendi, Saks Fifth Avenue, Palm Beach Gardens

Gucci small GG Flora shoulder bag, $1,690, Bloomingdales, Palm Beach Gardens

VALENTINO SPRING/ SUMMER 2021 A painterly flower-print gown is a modern take on evening wear. Patchwork shoe, $875, Dolce & Gabbana, dolcegabbana.com

Vivier Slide Blossom mule in satin, $2,050, Roger Vivier, rogervivier.com

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A Radical

Idea AS PART OF AN INTERNATIONAL PROJECT AIMED AT PROMOTING ETHICAL MINING OF MATERIALS, LIGHTHOUSE ARTCENTER WORKS WITH LOCAL JEWELRY MAKERS TO TURN RECYCLED AND REPURPOSED BAUBLES INTO NEW, TREASURED KEEPSAKES By Melissa Puppo

Clockwise from above: Bead necklace with ball fringe, leather beads, and balls, $20, Bonnie Nadal; turquoise, recycled silver, and silver charm pendant, $90, Susan Van Lindt; Flight of Fancy copper form and base pendant with silver bail, costume earring, and paper mache, $60, Marthe E. Harwell; black bead concho earrings (sold with matching necklace), $90, Susan Van Lindt.

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ave you ever stopped to think about where your favorite piece of jewelry came from or what it took to make the wedding band around your finger? According to One Green Planet, it is estimated that in addition to producing carbon emissions, mining for just one gold ring produces about 20 tons of waste—the equivalent to the weight of 29 telephone booths—and also raises questions about ethical jewelry practices. These reasons and more prompted the group Ethical Metalsmiths (ethicalmetalsmiths.org) to collaborate with makers to inspire responsible jewelry practices through education, connection, and action. Fourteen years ago, its founders—Susie Ganch, associate professor of metals at Virginia Commonwealth University, and sustainable jewelry consultant Christina Miller—came up with an idea for something called Radical Jewelry Makeover (RJM), a local community “mining” project that raises awareness of recycled metals and gemstones.

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On metal plate at right: Leopard necklace with wood and bone beads, $20, Lilian Masten. On wood at far right, clockwise from top: silverplated bead and faux ivory charm earrings, $20, two halves base metal necklace with silver plate and glass beads, $60, Lilian Masten; repurposed brass medallion charm link bracelet, $70, Drake Bierkan; Orange Ya Glad I Didn’t Use Purple copper and brass bezel necklace with orange sea glass, string, and beads, $75, Liz Cohn. In metal bowl below: Black bead necklace with sterling silver brooch (sold with matching earrings), $90, Susan Van Lindt. On wood below: Base metal and turquoise-colored beaded necklace, $18, Suzanne McKeon.

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On sand, clockwise from top center: Sea Encounter mahogany pod earrings with turquoise dolphins, $150, Going Swimming reticulated brass, costume coral, and alligator necklace with coral chips and handmade gold-filled clasp, $120, Marthe E. Harwell; base metal shell and pearl necklace, $10, Sarah May. On wood, bottom left: Shell and turquoise bead necklace, $10, Cynthia Maronet. On rope, from top: Beach Balls bead and chain bracelet, $30, Susan Van Lindt; silver mesh net necklace with silver decos and plastic glass beads, $15, Pat Hughly.

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According to Kathleen Kennedy, metals area coordinator and instructor for the Department of Craft and Material Studies at VCU and co-director of Radical Jewelry Makeover, the project was Ganch and Miller’s way of introducing students in their classrooms to information about material sourcing and recycling. The idea behind RJM is to “ask the community to go into their jewelry boxes to dig out all of their unwanted or broken jewelry and give it to artists and students to remake into something new,” she says. The project launched in 2007 in Virginia and since has expanded globally, taking place everywhere from San Francisco to Brisbane, Australia. This year, RJM touched down in South Florida at the Lighthouse ArtCenter in Tequesta, culminating in an exhibition currently running at the center’s gallery through March 20. Reimagined works of wearable art by students at Lighthouse ArtCenter and Armory Art Center are on display, in addition to pieces made by artists from Resource Depot, Virginia Commonwealth University, Jupiter Community High School, and independent jewelry makers across the country. This year’s RJM at Lighthouse all began in November 2019 with a call for donations. As items flooded the Lighthouse ArtCenter, a sorting day was held in January 2020 to organize and deconstruct all the pieces of jewelry. The center then held a Kickoff Symposium, where Kennedy explained the project to participating makers and introduced the RJM team. Guest speakers also discussed topics such as mining and studio practices. “We had demonstrations on how to make certain things, like free demos on how to make rivets, use cold connection, and just make jewelry on a very basic level,” says Lisa Johnson, director of jewelry and textiles at Lighthouse ArtCenter. At the end of the symposium, artists began sifting through the donated materials to select what they wanted to work with, then had four

Clockwise from top left: Seascape necklace with silver bangle, brass coral, glass beads, silver charms, base metal chain, and seashell, $350, Liz Cohn; Sea Charms necklace with blue coral on a silver circle chain (sold with matching earrings), $50, Suzanne Manzi; Water Droplet earrings with seed beads, enamel, copper, and sterling silver, $45, Emma Olivia Chandler; black bead and fish brooch necklace, $20, Nadal Bonnie.

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Clockwise from above: I Love You. No, Really... EYE Love U bead, hologram, and base metal necklace, $125, Liz Cohn; sterling silver ring with soldered charm, $150, Alicia Jane Boswell; woven rope chain necklace with black stone accents on silver-colored chain, $150, Hannah Rose Wilson; Flying Elephant pot metal and plastic pendant, $10, Bob Johnson; Sad Golden Strawberry base metal brooch, $50, Laura Konecne.

weeks to create new pieces out of these raw materials. During this period, various workshops were offered at Lighthouse ArtCenter, Armory Art Center, and Resource Depot—on topics ranging from clasps and closures to using resins, plastics, and inlay techniques—to assist the makers with their projects. More than 100 makers participated in this year’s event, creating over 200 pieces of reimagined jewelry. The pieces in the exhibition are available for purchase, which will raise awareness and generate program funds for RJM and the center. A flipbook is also available on the Lighthouse ArtCenter website, showcasing each design, for those who are unable to view the exhibition in person. Jewelry pieces range in cost from $10 to several hundred dollars, and those who donated old jewelry to recycle and reuse received a coupon based on the value of their donations, which can be used toward purchasing a new item from the exhibition. “It should be a really fantastic show,” says Johnson, who played an integral role in coordinating the exhibition. “I think a lot of these designs are innovative. It really brought out people’s creativity.” lighthousearts.org; radicaljewelrymakeover.org ❖

IN LOVING MEMORY This year’s Radical Jewelry Makeover exhibition is dedicated to Maria Tritico, who was tragically killed on December 6, 2020 at the age of 32. A beloved Tequesta resident and Lighthouse ArtCenter’s director of education, Tritico made a mark in the community and inspired her peers, students, and loved ones. “She’s the reason that RJM is happening in South Florida right now,” says Kathleen Kennedy. “She was the one who instigated the project and really wanted to do it with Lighthouse. She gathered all of the other organizations—the Armory Art Center and Resource Depot—and got everyone to collaborate.” A Maria Tritico Memorial Fund has been set up to honor her impact on the community. To learn more or to donate, visit lighthousearts.org.

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On large stone at left: Pendant circle with gold embellishment on an oxidized chain with gold chain links, $200, Hannah Rose Wilson. On small stone below: Flowered twig necklace with crystal faux silver and potato pearls, $75, Liz Dedick. On metal plate: Silver-plated multi-strand bracelet with pearls and rhinestones, $15, Ona Kizis. On bottom stone, from left: Sterling silver cuff bracelet with 14-karat gold dots, $250, Betsy Drake Bierkan; sterling silver circle ring with silver cast element, $250, Hannah Rose Wilson.

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Thirteen industry experts shared their professional knowledge with us, and it’s our pleasure to pass it along to you. Read on to learn about them in exclusive Q&As for your eyes only.

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PODIATRY ORLANDO A. CEDEÑO, DPM Abacoa Podiatry

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WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE THING ABOUT JUPITER? My favorite thing about Jupiter is the family environment. It has a surprisingly small-town feel close to big cities and provides access to my favorite outdoor activities, including golf and boating. There is no other city like Jupiter, and I am humbled to be serving our community.

HOW DO YOU MEASURE SUCCESS? Success is measured by how many patients’ lives I can impact daily, either through standard noninvasive medical care or surgical correction of any underlying deformities acute or chronic.

WHAT IS YOUR PASSION? My passion is providing the best healthcare that I possibly can by implementing the newest treatments and technologies. Currently, we have an excellent team that performs laser therapies for the foot and ankle along with regenerative medicine to optimize overall foot and ankle lower extremity function.

WHAT DO YOU DO TO STAY MOTIVATED? What keeps me motivated is knowing how I am making a difference on a day-to-day basis with my patients. I strongly encourage patients to do daily activities that contribute to their mental wellbeing and overall health. I also enjoy spending time with my family and friends.

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ARTISTIC INSPIRATION MARK A. PINSKY, MD Pinsky Plastic Surgery

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WHAT INSPIRED YOU TO BECOME A PLASTIC SURGEON? I decided to become a plastic surgeon after I was introduced to facial reconstruction and the golden proportion in dental school. This turn of events inspired a fascination with the mathematics of beauty and the process of creating visually appealing faces.

WHAT DO YOU ENJOY MOST ABOUT BEING A PLASTIC SURGEON? I enjoy making my patients beautiful and the creative process it entails. The most rewarding parts of my job are helping people, making people happy, and improving their self-esteem.

HOW HAVE YOU APPROACHED BUILDING AND IMPROVING YOUR PRACTICE OVER THE YEARS? We stay in touch with the evolving needs of our patients and strive to propel innovation within the industry. We focus on investing in our team and technology, offering new procedures and products, and ensuring patients consistently achieve elegant, refined results. I’ve carefully selected each of our practitioners—Dr. Chavanon and physician assistants Lori and Jason—for their extraordinary skill and dedication to their craft.

WHAT DIFFERENTIATES YOU FROM OTHER PLASTIC SURGEONS? Being a great plastic surgeon goes beyond boardcertification. It demands a level of artistry, experience, vision, planning, and hand-eye coordination that is quite rare. Because I excel in these areas, I’ve been able to create a successful career and reputation.

WHAT PROCEDURES ARE CURRENTLY THE MOST POPULAR? I am frequently sought after for revision breast surgeries, which involve fixing the results of previous procedures performed by other surgeons. These surgeries are often complex and technically demanding. Non-invasive and minimally invasive aesthetic procedures are also incredibly popular right now.

WHAT MAKES PINSKY PLASTIC SURGERY UNIQUE? Our world-class team, experienced surgeons, advanced technology, and innovative techniques position our practice among the best in the country. The office runs smoothly, and patients can expect our team to reach far and above to ensure satisfaction.

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CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION DEB STRAINGE, HEAD OF SCHOOL St. Mark's Episcopal School

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HOW CAN SCHOOLS BEST SUPPORT CHILDREN AND FAMILIES DURING THESE CHALLENGING TIMES? The best teachers not only know curriculum and content, but they also know children. Children need predictable routines. However different this year may look, we are able to maintain an on-campus routine. Nurturing connections in learning and being together to mark important milestones, like birthdays, helps establish a strong foundation for children.

HOW HAS ST. MARK’S LEADERSHIP RESPONDED TO THESE CHALLENGES? We considered what is best for children and their families as we developed and implemented health and safety mitigation efforts to ensure a safe campus. Beginning last July with a successful summer camp, we have supported the social and emotional well-being of our students by getting them out of isolation and on campus. We use individual supplies for each activity in every class; this practice maintains safety and addresses children’s fear of getting sick or making someone else sick. From extra copies of books to manipulatives for math class to supplies for art class, materials were purchased and organized for each student. Additionally, we shifted from a choral-based program to one that integrates music, movement, speech, and drama.

HOW IS TODAY’S SOCIETY IMPACTING CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT? The stressors of the pandemic coupled with societal influences make it much harder to be a parent now than in past generations. Advances in technology, earlier exposure to drugs, sex, and alcohol, and growing up in a highly ambitious and competitive culture all push children to act more mature than they are developmentally or emotionally. Society has changed dramatically; child development has not. Understanding child development offers much-needed perspective as we worry about what children are facing and living through in this incredibly anxious time.

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WEALTH AND RISK MANAGERS BRETT A. LANGBERT, ROY N. APPLE ANTHONY RIZZO, JEREMY SCHNEIDER The Rizzo, Apple, Schneider & Langbert Group

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HOW DOES YOUR GROUP WORK WITH J.P. MORGAN? Our partnership with J.P. Morgan allows our clients to benefit from the firm’s exceptional platform, from research and trading to niche professional services. In addition, J.P. Morgan's solid balance sheet and commitment to cybersecurity gives our clients confidence in the security of their investments, especially during market crises.

WHAT INFLUENCES YOUR INVESTMENT PROCESS? All four wealth partners in our group participate in the firm’s Portfolio Manager Program. Our perspectives are influenced by our varied careers in the financial industry, and our collective insights about wealth and family dynamics. We also leverage J.P. Morgan’s topranked equity and fixed income research and our own professional industry relationships.

WHAT SHOULD INVESTORS LOOK FOR WHEN CHOOSING AN ADVISOR OR ADVISOR TEAM? Today’s advisors, which include us, have powerful technological tools available to them. However, while tools can provide speed-to-market as well as modeling and monitoring advantages, they do not replace experience. Our team’s distinct skillsets and backgrounds enhance our ability to scale and custom build portfolios.

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FINE JEWELRY AND WATCHES SETH BERMAN Provident Jewelry

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WHY SHOULD YOU PURCHASE AN ENGAGEMENT RING IN PERSON AT A LOCAL JEWELER OVER AN ONLINE CHAIN?

Over the past 27 years, Provident Jewelry has expanded to seven locations in Florida, becoming one of the most respected and trusted buyers and sellers of fine estate jewelry, rare gems, and luxury timepieces in the country. Seth Berman is the owner of the Jupiter location and has been with Provident Jewelry for 19 years. He’s a G.I.A. graduate gemologist from The Gemological Institute of America (GIA), which is considered the most prestigious professional gemology school in the world. Through the educational program, a graduate gemologist designation is earned along with a diploma from GIA. You’ll also learn the true value of gemstones and precious metals from our team of experts who only grade and evaluate gems and diamonds using the highest possible professional standards.

WHAT MAKES PROVIDENT JEWELRY UNIQUE?

Discover the fascinating legacy of rare, one-of-a-kind antique and vintage pieces in our collection. While online shopping may be convenient, trying on a ring in person allows you to find the right style and size for your hand. You’ll also build a relationship with a local jeweler who will assist you with the repairs and maintenance of your investment for years to come. We can design your custom piece from start to finish, and with guidance in the selection of precious metals and gemstones, we can help you select the finest materials with the greatest value for a design that dazzles. Provident Jewelry is a family founded and owned local business that cares deeply about its customers and community.

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BROWN FURNITURE MARVIN RAY, RONALD FRENCH, AND BOBBY FRANANO — The Elephant Foot Antiques

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IS ANTIQUE “BROWN” FURNITURE STILL DESIRABLE AND IN FASHION?

One-hundred-year-old furniture is "antique" and has appeared in many styles of design, construction, and materials over the 300-plus years of English furniture. Just as today, English style was influenced by monarchies, wealth, and fashion. In America, today’s furniture and home furnishings are influenced by wealth, education, history, and the professional interior designer. During our 58 years in business, we have experienced many styles and periods including English pine furniture, country oak, painted, country French furniture, and lastly English Country House style.

WHY SHOULD YOU BUY “BROWN” FURNITURE?

What furniture is desirable is in the eyes of the beholder. English furniture has always been of high standard design and quality construction with the emphasis on the aesthetic value and functionality. English mahogany, walnut, and oak patinas bring a depth of warmth to furniture that cannot be duplicated in today’s commercial furniture. Presently, English "brown" furniture is having a rest period in the design world except for traditional Anglophiles. All home furnishings styles are cyclical today in America just as they have been in Europe. In conclusion, if you appreciate all the many positive qualities and aesthetic values of antique brown furniture, purchase it. Mix it with other styles and enjoy your design statement. What is old is new in time. Today in the world cycle of fashion. Purchase and enjoy its beauty daily.

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SKIN TIGHTENING LINDA GORDON, DNP, ACNP Tighter Lines Aesthetics

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WHAT IS A THREAD LIFT?

Threads offer a non-invasive solution to tighten and lift sagging skin, stimulate collagen, improve skin tone, and restore skin elasticity. Threads combined with volume replacement can provide a youthful appearance without overfilling the face.

ARE THERE DIFFERENT TYPES OF THREADS?

Yes! Threads have been steadily increasing in popularity over the years. It is now more important than ever to seek the advice of an experienced provider as the market is expanding. Threads may be lifting threads, which are best for skin laxity, or layering threads, which are best for fine lines and wrinkles, acne scarring, crepe skin on arms, buttocks, and legs. Threads can come in different substances. Using the right products for the correct skin type is crucial.

HOW LONG DO THREADS LAST?

Many things factor into the longevity of threads. Results vary depending on age, the amount of skin laxity, and the type of threads that are used. A skilled provider can explain which type is best for your skin goals. Much like fillers and Botox, this can vary depending on your exercise, medications, and various factors. Call Tighter Lines for your complimentary consultation.

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U.S AND INTERNATIONAL ESTATE AND TAX PLANNING DAVID M. HALPEN, ESQ. Cummings & Lockwood LLC

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WHAT DOES CUMMINGS & LOCKWOOD OFFER? Founded in 1909, Cummings & Lockwood LLC is known for providing sophisticated legal counsel to high net worth individuals and families, family offices, closely held businesses, private foundations, and national charities. We have one of the premier trusts and estates practices in the United States and serve our domestic and international clients from offices in Palm Beach Gardens, Naples and Bonita Springs, Florida, and Stamford, Greenwich, and West Hartford, Connecticut.

WHAT IS YOUR AREA OF EXPERTISE?

As the principal-in-charge of the firm’s Palm Beach Gardens office, I assist clients with U.S. and international estate and tax planning, estate settlement, trust administration, and business succession planning. Whether dealing with newly acquired assets or family fortunes that span generations, my goal is to provide clients with innovative strategies that protect, enhance, and transition their wealth in the most tax-efficient manner possible.

WHAT ARE YOUR ACADEMIC CREDENTIALS?

I earned my bachelor’s from the University of Florida; my J.D. with honors, and LL.M. in taxation from the University of Florida, Levin College of Law; my certificate in international law from the Paris Institute of International Law; and my certificate in international tax law from Leiden University, The Netherlands.

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HELPING PROFESSIONAL SINGLES FIND LOVE KELLY LEARY, MS Revolution Dating

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HOW IS THE PANDEMIC AFFECTING RELATIONSHIPS? Research shows some couples—married or in a longterm relationship—have gotten closer, and many have gotten married. During the new normal, love still wins! We’re happy to say that we have been instrumental in couples becoming engaged and married all during COVID. Extreme emotional times in history can actually be an elixir for love and bonding. What are you doing to position yourself to meet the right people during this time? We can help.

DO YOU HAVE A PANDEMIC DATING TIP? Choose your partner wisely and don't move too fast. Take your time and get to know one another before diving in headfirst. Upscale professionals are looking to professional dating services now more than ever to help them find their soulmates. Twenty 21 will be a lucky year for love if you set yourself up for success.

HOW DOES REVOLUTION DATING VARY FROM ONLINE DATING? When you meet a client through our club, it’s a safe process with our endorsement. Risks are magnified during COVID, and we meet and vet everyone personally in our office. Society is back to basics and people are more vulnerable now; there is an uptick in sincerity. Our clients sincerely want a true partner, and our clientele is amazing.

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BREAST SURGERY DAVID LICKSTEIN, MD, FACS Lickstein Plastic Surgery

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WHO IS A LIKELY CANDIDATE FOR REVISION BREAST SURGERY?

Many women with existing breast implants consider additional breast surgery (revision). As women age, unavoidable changes occur in their bodies and breasts. Aging causes even the most successful surgical result to change. Pregnancy, weight fluctuation, and loss of skin tone can eventually result in the desire to revisit prior breast augmentation or breast lift. You may no longer like the appearance of your implants or even wish to have them in place.

WHAT IS REVISION BREAST SURGERY?

Revision breast surgery usually involves implant removal or replacement of implants. This may be combined with a breast lift to address and correct any sagging that has occurred. A new pocket (neopocket) may be created for the implant. In some instances, reinforcement with mesh may be used to minimize the risk of further sagging. Patients who have health concerns regarding implants may wish to consider removal of the implant and all surrounding scar tissue (capsulectomy).

WHY GET THIS PROCEDURE DONE AT LICKSTEIN PLASTIC SURGERY? Revision surgery is more complex than the initial procedure. At Lickstein Plastic Surgery, we have the experience to address pre-existing issues, scarring, or asymmetry to develop a strategy that optimizes your chances for success. It is essential you feel your surgeon understands your goals. We will work together with you to achieve them.

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STEM CELLS AND REGENERATIVE MEDICINE PAUL TORTLAND, DO New England Stem Cell of the Palm Beaches

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WHAT MAKES YOUR PRACTICE DIFFERENT?

We are one of the first clinics in the country that offered stem cell therapy to treat various orthopedic, musculoskeletal, and neurological conditions nonsurgically. Dr. Paul Tortland has been a leader in the field of regenerative medicine for over a decade and is able to offer a unique level of expertise in these fields. Dr. Tortland was also the first physician to receive certifications from the American Academy of Regenerative Medicine and the American Board of Regenerative Medicine.

WHERE ARE STEM CELLS FOUND?

We derive stem cells from a patient’s own body fat or bone marrow. This ensures that there is no allergic reaction and guarantees maximum healing. We derive your stem cells in our office on the day of your treatment.

WHAT CONDITIONS CAN YOU TREAT?

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LUXURY REAL ESTATE ROB THOMSON Waterfront Properties and Club Communities

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WHY ARE YOU A LEADER IN LUXURY REAL ESTATE? Sellers want an agent and a company that delivers buyers—not one who lists their home and waits. We bring more luxury buyers to closing than other brokerages.

FOR HOME SELLERS, WHAT IS ONE KEY THAT HAS EARNED WATERFRONT PROPERTIES THE COVETED NUMBER ONE SPOT? We have more than 20 experts in our high-tech marketing department. No other company has this asset. Our properties are presented to buyers and brokers around the world.

WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF PALM BEACH COUNTY PROPERTY VALUES? We live where others come to vacation, and there is a major migration to our area. I see real estate here as a solid investment.

WHY IS YOUR CHARITY, THE WATERFRONT WAY FOUNDATION, AN INTEGRAL PART OF WHAT YOU DO? This community has given us so much and it is our way of giving back. We are a passionate company when it comes to helping others.

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I NOW HAVE MORE FREE TIME FOR HEALING AND AM WEARING A MASK A LOT. WHAT CAN I DO TO GET READY FOR THE TIME WE ARE FREE OF THESE MASKS? There is no time like the present to do a little work that will put your “best face forward” for the future. Popular treatments include facial fillers, including using your own fat, and neurotoxins to relax the lines of the face. It is also a great time to have face and eyelid surgery, laser skin rejuvenation, and IPL.

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6 Bedrooms | 8 Bathrooms, 1 Half Bath | 13,000 +/- SF

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Contact Jeremy Browne 561.379.9474 & Tom Hughes 561.310.4422 SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION

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LEADERS

IN LUXURY REAL ESTATE FROM PALM BEACH TO JUPITER ISLAND

FEATURED LISTING

10993 JACK NICKLAUS DRIVE

Yachters Paradise | 225’ of ICW Frontage | 1.5 Acres

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14844 PALMWOOD ROAD, PALM BEACH GARDENS | $9,400,000

Built In 2018 | Turnkey Furnished | 11,372 Total Square Feet | Double Dock | Gated Entry | 100’ Direct Intracoastal Frontage

119 ELENA COURT JUPITER COUNTRY CLUB | $2,900,000

135 CARMELA COURT JUPITER COUNTRY CLUB | $2,650,000

3811 TOULOUSE DRIVE FRENCHMANS CREEK | $1,850,000

12071 CAPTAINS LANDING HIDDEN KEY | $1,698,000

159 TRESANA BOULEVARD, #109 JUPITER COUNTRY CLUB | $779,000

2223 EMBASSY DRIVE PRESIDENT COUNTRY CLUB | $798,000

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Hughes Browne Group 561.741.4422 tomhughes@compass.com jeremybrowne@compass.com

RECENT SALES

138 Bears Club Dr | $ 7,199,000 | 12.30.2020

114 Bears Club Dr | $ 6,999,000 | 12.28.2020

2055 SE St Lucie Blvd | $3,250,000 | 11.16.2020

215 Ridge Road | $858,000 | 12.19.2020

Not intended to solicit currently listed property. © Compass Florida, LLC. Equal Housing Opportunity. All information furnished regarding property for sale or rent or regarding financing is from sources deemed reliable, but Compass makes no warranty or representation as to the accuracy thereof. All property information is presented subject to errors, omissions, price changes, changed property conditions, and withdrawal of the property from the market, without notice.

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12247 Tillinghast Circle 6 Beds 8.1 Baths 6 Car Garage 13,000+ SF 45,481 SF Lot Offered at $10,400,000

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19207 N Riverside Dr 5 Beds 4 Baths 2 Half Bath 5,138 SF 55,321 SF Lot Offered at $4,995,000

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2560 SE Downwinds Rd 3 Beds 5 Baths 5,000 SF 3,000 ft. Runway Offered at $2,795,000

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Under Contract | 214 Plantation Road | Palm Beach | North End $8,500,000 | Representing Seller | Web# RX-10672326

Under Contract | 7881 Old Marsh Road | Palm Beach Gardens $1,595,000 | Representing Seller | Web# RX-10582902

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1101 SE Ranch Road | Jupiter | 5 BR, 6 BA, 2 HALF BA | Approx. 14,544sf $7,995,000 | Web# RX-10501000

3100 N Ocean Drive, H-1703 | Singer Island | 2 BR, 2 BA, 1 HALF BA Approx. 2,655sf | $2,395,000 | Web# RX-10673913

3100 N Ocean Drive, H-1206 | Singer Island | 2 BR, 2 BA, 1 HALF BA Approx. 2,015sf | $1,430,000 | Web# RX-10673911

18586 Lakeside Gardens Drive | Jupiter | 5 BR, 3 BA, 1 HALF BA Approx. 4,269sf | $1,149,000 | Web# RX-10666383

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Sold | 154 Atlantic Avenue | Palm Beach | In Town $7,500,000* | Represented Seller

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Sold | 126 Sota Drive | Jupiter | The Loxahatchee Club $2,150,000 | Represented Seller

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Sold | 100 Worth Avenue, 601 | Palm Beach $3,350,000 | Represented Buyer

Sold | 13261 Oakmeade | Old Marsh Golf Club $2,150,000 | Represented Seller

Sold | 701 Harbour Point Drive | North Palm Beach $2,517,500 | Represented Seller

Sold | 13421 Oakmeade | Old Marsh Golf Club $2,600,000 | Represented Buyer

Sold | 113 Siesta Way | The Country Club at Mirasol $1,135,000 | Represented Seller

thebretzlaffgroup.com 2020 Ellie Diamond Award Winner (Top 3% of Agents Company Wide)**** 2019 Ellie Pinnacle Award Winner (Top 2% of Agents Company Wide)***** CHANGES OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. $1,450,000.****BY 2019 GROSS COMMISSION INCOME AT DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE *****BY 2018 GROSS COMMISSION INCOME AT DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE.

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9 BAMBOO LANE | JUPITER | PRICE UPON REQUEST New Waterfront Construction | 5BR + Media + Ofc/5.5BA

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Your Property, Our Priority

Sailfish Point | 2966 SE Dune Drive | $10,950,000 5 BR, 6.5 BA | Web# RX-10677110

Singer Island | 5050 N Ocean Drive, 1801 | $4,347,000 3 BR, 4.5 BA | Web# RX-10674123

Senada Adzem: M 917.913.6680 Lisa Wilson: M 561.221.8412

Ann Patricia Cusa: M 561.653.6100

Jupiter | 10959 Pinewood Trail | $1,499,900 4 BR, 4.5 BA | Web# RX-10640609

Jupiter | 1216 SE Colony Way | $797,000 3 BR, 2.5 BA | Web# RX-10667977

Linda Gallant: M 561.628.2054 Jenna Steffens: M 561.876.6340

Tracy Ward: M 561.909.7100 Kevin Kelly: M 561.632.5546

#1 Brokerage in Palm Beach County*

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400 SOUTH U.S. 1 SUITE C1, JUPITER, FL 33477. 561.653.6100. © 2021 DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE. ALL MATERIAL PRESENTED HEREIN IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. WHILE, THIS INFORMATION IS BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT, IT IS REPRESENTED SUBJECT TO ERRORS, OMISSIONS, CHANGES OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY. *BROKERMETRICS ® RESIDENTIAL TOTAL SALES VOLUME FROM 1/2020 - 12/2020.

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Oceanfront Estate in Sailfish Point

2956 SE Dune Drive, Stuart | offered at $7,995,000 140’ OF DIRECT OCEAN FRONTAGE | .94 ACRES | 5 ENSUITE BEDROOMS | CHEF’S KITCHEN WORLD CLASS SAILFISH POINT CLUB, GOLF, DINING, FITNESS, YACHTING AMENITIES | PRIVATE AIRPORT NEARBY

Lynn B. Telling LUXURY REAL ESTATE SPECIALIST

561.310.2247 | lbtelling@gmail.com lynntelling.ipre.com

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Matthias Fretz Experience the Difference

Jupiter Island | 515 S Beach Road | $9,880,000 | A singular opportunity in a secluded enclave, this unique property spans 142’ of direct ocean frontage. Co-listed with Diane Bekkedam. Web# RX-10655779

Palm Beach Gardens | 2380 Bay Village Court | $2,599,000 Spectacular renovation with no expense spared using the finest finishes and highest attention to detail. Web #RX-10672159

Jupiter | Ranch Colony | 18900 SE Crosswinds Road | $2,450,000 Fully renovated 5 BR pilot’s dream home, adjoins air strip on 5+ acres. Web# RX-10629512

Juno Beach | 941 Ocean Drive | $11,500,000/month | Live by the beach in this spacious 3 BR, 2.5 BA. Enjoy direct beach access across the street and an expansive master bedroom. Web# RX-10671978

Top Producer with over $150M in residential sales since 2017* Ranked #113 in the state of Florida by individual sales volume for 2019 by RealTrends + Tom Ferry's America's Best Real Estate Professionals**

Matthias Fretz

Senior Director of Luxury Sales M 561.676.3824 matthias.fretz@elliman.com

Specializing in a wide range of properties in Palm Beach and Martin counties Concierge-style service from beginning to post-closing

elliman.com

400 SOUTH US HIGHWAY C1, JUPITER, FL 33477. 561.653.6100 © 2021 DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE. ALL MATERIAL PRESENTED HEREIN IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. WHILE, THIS INFORMATION IS BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT, IT IS REPRESENTED SUBJECT TO ERRORS, OMISSIONS, CHANGES OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY. *FLEXMLS 2017-CURRENT. **REAL TRENDS + TOM FERRY’S AMERICA’S BEST REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS, MOST PRODUCTIVE AGENTS AND TEAMS BY STATE BASED ON 2019 CLOSED TRANSACTION SIDES AND CLOSED VOLUME.

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$4.4M IN PENDING SALES

EXPERIENCE, PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AND INTEGRITY

SOLD - NEW PRICE RECORD $1,625,000

713 MARITIME WAY | NORTH PALM BEACH | 5 BED | 4.5 BATH | $1,625,000

JUST LISTED

19670 BEACH ROAD D414 | JUPITER ISLAND | 2 BED | 2.5 BATH + DEN | $935,000

BENJAMIN HARTMAN BROKER ASSOCIATE

REALTOR ASSOCIATE

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Jack and Jill Team Jack Zaborowski / Jill Perry-Zaborowski

561.660.2352

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or the past three years, the best-selling appetizer at Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurants in Palm Beach Gardens has been the crispy brussels sprouts. “The dish was inspired by the flavors of Southeast Asia,” says Matt McMillin, vice president of beverage and culinary innovation. “The magic of the dish is the sauce. It features a contrast between the sweet Thai chilis and the slight heat

of sesame-sriracha aioli. The secret ingredient is fish sauce, which adds a touch of umami.” To accompany the dish, McMillin suggests a glass of Cooper’s Hawk moscato. “It has hints of citrus and orange as well as a slight natural sweetness that complements the bite of the aioli,” he says. Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurants, 3101 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; chwinery.com; 561.209.8466 —Mark Spivak F E B R U A R Y 2 0 2 1 | JUPITER

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EVO ITALIAN Who says the French have a monopoly on romance? At this cozy Italian restaurant, choose a table for two in the art-filled indoor dining room or sit outside on the dimly lit terrace. Either way, enjoy the cooking of Chef Erik Pettersen, who turns out traditional Old World dishes such as the popular “Sunday Gravy,” filet mignon with gorgonzola sauce, and frutti di mare with carnaroli rice. Spice up your visit with a selection from the award-winning wine list. 150 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta; evoitalian.com; 561.745.2444 THE PARISIAN RESTAURANT & WINE BAR Owner Tarzi Benazzouz grew up in Paris with an impeccable pedigree: His father was a chef, and his uncle cooked for the

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prime minister of Spain. Benazzouz has recreated a faithful replica of a French brasserie in Jupiter, complete with a blackand-white tiled floor, brass railings, etched glass, and plenty of intimate nooks where you can enjoy some privacy with your valentine. Accompany the atmosphere with classics such as onion soup, Dover sole, and coq au vin and you’ll be ready to propose—or renew your vows. 201 N. U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite D9, Jupiter; theparisianrestaurant.com; 561.360.2224

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Cucumber tartare 1000 NORTH Arrive by car or by boat to this waterfront gem and enjoy stunning views of the lighthouse and the Intracoastal regardless of where you’re seated in the four different dining spaces. Created by Culinary Director Lee Morris, the menu is filled with Low Country influences but offers something for everyone, including an assortment of raw bar selections as well as crudo, fresh-caught seafood, top-of-the-line beef, and a variety of gluten-free, paleo, vegan, and vegetarian dishes. 1000 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; 1000north.com; 561.570.1000

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ENTRE NOUS BISTRO Regulars hesitate to talk about this family-operated gem, making it one of the area’s best-kept secrets. Ask for a private booth and enjoy the relaxed, friendly atmosphere and the creative American menu sprinkled with French and Italian touches (try the zucchini noodles with an assortment of garlicscented wild mushrooms). Want to include your furry love in the celebration? No problem: Just reserve a table on the outdoor patio, where pets are welcome. 123 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; entrenousbistro.com; 561.863.5883 CAFE DES ARTISTES Nothing’s more romantic than a charming French bistro. Nestled in the heart of Jupiter Yacht Club Marina, the outdoor tables here couple a view of the Intracoastal with authentic dishes from Chef Thierry Magne. The lunch menu features light and artfully presented salads, crêpes, and quiche, shifting in the evening to more substantial fare such as grilled tuna steak and duck a l’orange. 318 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; cafedesartistesfrenchbistro.com; 561.747.0998

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WITH A JUPITER OUTPOST OPENING ITS DOORS LAST FALL, THE TWISTED TUNA INTRODUCES MORE LOCALS TO ITS FRESH SEAFOOD AND MORE Fans of The Twisted Tuna were thrilled to see a new Jupiter location open in October. “The response from the community has been amazing so far,” says owner Kenny Gibbs. “It took us over a year to remodel the building during COVID, but our customers really appreciate what we did.” Gibbs grew up in the restaurant business, starting out as a busboy at the age of 14. Along with his wife, Rachelle, he operated several Italian restaurants in Boynton Beach before opening the original Twisted Tuna in Port Salerno in 2014 (he sold it in 2018 but retained control of the brand). His combination of traditional Italian dishes, fresh-caught seafood, and sushi is playing to a packed house in Jupiter. Gibbs holds a license that allows him to buy directly from local fishermen, ensuring the highest degree of freshness. During weekly promotions such as Thursday’s “Buck-a-Shuck,” the restaurant serves upward of 2,000 oysters. The eclectic menu includes dishes as diverse as Key West crab cakes, chicken Marsala, Angus burgers, and a mahi Cuban panini, augmented by pizzas, pasta, and made-to-order sushi. The complete renovation of the building—which used to house The Beach House restaurant—includes a poolside tiki hut and bar as well as a second-floor event space that overlooks the pool and lake. Gibbs says his eventual goal is to establish a franchise program with The Twisted Tuna. “It’s an incredibly popular concept,” he says. “There are many places where it would do very well.” 353 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; thetwistedtuna.com; 561.406.2188 —Mark Spivak

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1000 NORTH The Jupiter Lighthouse serves as the backdrop for chef Jason Van Bomel’s global takes on classic dishes. Elegant environs and more than 40 rare wines by the glass complete the picture. 1000 North U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; 1000north.com; 561.570.1000 BARCELLO With pasta selections ranging from pad Thai to rigatoni, and pizza toppings varying from ahi tuna and wasabi drizzle to prosciutto, Barcello’s menu is one of the most unique in Palm Beach County. 11603 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; barcellonpb.com; 561.660.8222 BRICK & BARREL Gastropub serving locally sourced, farm-to-table fare made from scratch by Chef David Schroeder. Enjoy an array of dishes, from poutine with bone marrow gravy to buttermilk chicken sandwiches, that pair well with an extensive bar menu featuring barrel-aged cocktails and seasonal sips. 1153 Town Center Drive Suite 101, Jupiter; brickandbarrelpub.com; 561.623.0916 CAFÉ CHARDONNAY Chef-owner Frank Eucalitto has augmented the menu with influences from Latin America and Asia, using local fish and produce, plus an extensive wine list. 4533 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; cafechardonnay.com; 561.627.2662 COOLINARY CAFÉ Chef-owner Tim Lipman uses surprising ingredients, from rabbit to duck, to cook up creative cuisine. 4650 Donald Ross Road Suite 110, Palm Beach Gardens; thecoolpig.com/coolinarycafe; 561.249.6760 COOPER’S HAWK WINERY & RESTAURANTS A Napa-style tasting room greets diners at this Illinois-based chain, where dishes like red wine–braised short ribs are listed beside the bin number of its perfect Cooper’s Hawk wine pairing. 3101 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; chwinery.com; 561.209.8466 ENTRE NOUS BISTRO Chef Jason Laudenslager fuses homestyle cooking with gourmet fare, offering freshness and consistency in this neighborhood eatery. 123 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; entrenousbistro.com; 561.863.5883 MRS. SMOKEY’S REAL PIT BAR-B-Q For authentic pit barbecue and soul food to boot, Mrs. Smokey’s offers ribs and brisket and sides of corn, collards, and coleslaw. Grab a platter or combo and get a fried biscuit too. 5430 Military Trail, Jupiter; mrssmokeys.com; 561.557.3800 OLD FLORIDA BAR & GRILL Offering selections for everyone, this restaurant offers a range of seafood and steaks to flatbreads and salads. 250 W. Indiantown Road Suite 101, Jupiter; oldfloridabarandgrill.com; 561.203.2302 SEASONS 52 Experience the sensational flavors of an award-winning international wine list and a seasonally inspired menu, where most items contain fewer than 500 calories. 11611 Ellison Wilson Road, Palm Beach Gardens; seasons52.com; 561.625.5852 THE COOPER Sustainable, environmentally conscious food in a contemporary setting, with unparalleled service. The menu is inspired by fresh ingredients that are locally sourced and mindfully prepared. Artisan cocktails, wines, and microbrewed draft beers are a huge draw at its indoor and outdoor bars. 4610 PGA Blvd. Suite 100, Palm Beach Gardens; thecooperrestaurant.com; 561.622.0032 THE WOODS Located at Harbourside Place, The Woods is Tiger Woods’ flagship restaurant and sports bar. Refuel on sophisticated dishes like lamb with an espresso rub and chocolate cherry gastrique or grab a cigar and a drink to unwind. 129 Soundings Ave., Jupiter; thewoods.tigerwoods.com; 561.320.9627 TOO JAY’S At this recognizable Florida chain, enjoy homemade comfort foods and Jewish deli favorites like matzo-ball soup and corned beef. 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave., Palm Beach Gardens; toojays.com; 561.622.8131; (second location) 4050 U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; 561.627.5555

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ASIAN HOKKAIDO HIBACHI & SUSHI Enjoy dinner and a show at the hibachi grill and savor fresh fish from Japan at the sushi bar. 1200 Town Center Drive Suite 125, Jupiter; hokkaidohibachi.com; 561.799.7999 HONG KONG WOK N GRILL This Chinese restaurant puts a modern twist on classic dishes readily available for dining in or taking out. 185 E. Indiantown Road Suite 217, Jupiter; hongkongwokngrillfl.com; 561.746.6798 TALAY THAI CUISINE Chef Charlie Soo blends power and delicacy to create beautifully traditional Thai and Japanese dishes, without compromising either culture’s distinct tastes. 7100 Fairway Drive, Palm Beach Gardens; thaipalmbeachgardens.com; 561.691.5662 UNCLE JOE’S CHINESE RESTAURANT With an enormous menu, you’ll find something to love from Uncle Joe’s Chinese Restaurant. The casual spot offers a wide selection of classic Chinese food items like lo mien, spring rolls, and dim sum. 4367 Northlake Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; unclejoeschinesefood.com; 561.799.9883

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FRENCH CAFE DES ARTISTES Classic French cuisine in a Parisian-bistro setting with a waterfront setting. 318 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; cafedesartistesfrenchbistro.com; 561.747.0998 THE PARISIAN RESTAURANT & WINE BAR Exclusive French wines and updated classics like coq au vin served in a relaxing ambience. The elegant desserts are worth saving room for. 201 N. U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite D9, Jupiter; theparisianrestaurant.com; 561.360.2224

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

ITALIAN ANTHONY’S COAL FIRED PIZZA Known for quality pizza and Italian soul food, Anthony’s

also impresses with popular favorites like meatballs with ricotta and margherita pizza. 2680 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; acfp.com; 561.804.7777 BALDINO’S ITALIAN RESTAURANT Family-run casual eatery serving pasta dishes, pizza, and authentic Philly cheesesteaks. 791 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta; baldinosfl.com; 561.743.4224 BRIO A warm and relaxed eatery featuring Tuscaninspired fare, wine, and cocktails. 3101 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; brioitalian.com; 561.622.0491 BUONASERA RISTORANTE Classic and perfectly executed Northern Italian dishes in an intimate setting. The stellar wine list accompanies the deft and elegant cooking of Chef Leonardo Cuomo. 2145 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; buonaserajupiter1993.com; 561.744.0543 CASA MIA TRATTORIA & PIZZERIA Featuring only authentic Italian, from-scratch recipes made with quality ingredients—including wood-fired pizzas, seafood pastas, and delectable desserts—Casa Mia specializes in every aspect of Italian cooking. 337 E. Indiantown Road, Jupiter; casamiajupiter.com; 561.972.6888 EVO ITALIAN Chef Erik Pettersen uses only the freshest and finest quality ingredients available, including Italian imports such as extra virgin olive oil, San Marzano tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella, and a variety of olives and aged Italian cheeses. 150 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta; evoitalian.com; 561.745.2444

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VOODOO BAYOU From the team that brought Calaveras Cantina to the area, Voodoo Bayou offers true Cajun flavors to

biscuits, fried chicken, gator bites, and more. 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave. Suite 5095, Palm Beach Gardens; voodoobayou.com; 561.888.6703

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LATIN AMERICAN/CUBAN CEVICHE ARIGATO A cross between Peruvian and Japanese cuisines, this third-generation outpost offers cuisine as expansive as the cultures it represents. Choose from tapas, ceviches, and classic dishes like lomo saltado (traditional Peruvian stir fry consisting of marinated sirloin, onion, tomatoes, and French fries). 1447 10th St., Lake Park; cevichearigato.com; 561.863.8877 COPACABANA CUBAN CUISINE Family-owned restaurant that blends Cuban and Caribbean cuisines in a tropical setting. 1209 Main St. Suite 101, Jupiter; copacabanacubancuisine.com; 561.360.3378 PERU WOK This dream of three Peruvian friends gives new meaning to Peruvian flavor. With a daily rotating special of hot dishes, there are plenty of options to choose from. Try classic plates like leche de tigre (diced fished, marinated in ceviche broth and served

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MEXICAN BLUE WATER TACO CO. This local eatery features inspirations from Baja, the Caribbean, and The Palm Beaches. 2525 Military Trail, Jupiter; bluewatertaco.com; 561.277.9954 EL FOGONCITO Immerse yourself in the Mexican culture with not only authentic Mexican fare, but also traditional clothing, furniture, and cookery. 711 W. Indiantown Road, Jupiter; elfogoncitorestaurant.com; 561.250.6295 PAPICHULO TACOS Mexican street-style food inspired by Mexico, Cuba, Peru, and Argentina, plus a bar stocked with fresh juices, tequila, and cocktails. 1556 U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; papichulotacos.com; 561.250.7274 ROCCO’S TACOS & TEQUILA BAR Every day is Cinco de Mayo at Rocco Mangel’s high-energy Mexican-themed eatery. 5090 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; roccostacos.com; 561.623.0127 SABOR LATINO RESTAURANT Dine in a relaxed environment while noshing on Latin American fare. Dishes are inspired by food from Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Spain, Peru, and Argentina. 4391 Northlake Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; saborlatinorestaurants.com; 561.202.6948

SEAFOOD CAPTAIN CHARLIE’S REEF GRILL Sip cocktails and wine at the bar or enjoy seafood tacos, sandwiches, salads, and specials at this casual favorite of locals. 12846 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; captaincharliesreefgrillfl.com; 561.624.9924 CHOWDER HEADS A casual eatery with traditional New England dishes like lobster rolls and clam chowder made from fresh flown-in seafood. 2123 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; chowderheadsusa.com; 561.203.2903 COD AND CAPERS SEAFOOD MARKET AND CAFÉ A daily market and restaurant in one, Cod and Capers sells fresh fish to bring home or to enjoy in-house. 1201 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; codandcapers.com; 561.622.0963 COOL’A FISHBAR This cozy, tropical grill serves only fresh and locally sourced seafood dishes, with options including swordfish, mahi, salmon, snapper, shrimp, and more. 11340 Legacy Ave. Suite E-100, Palm Beach Gardens; coolafishbar.com; 561.622.2227 DIVE BAR Dine on the water at the Jupiter Yacht Club Marina along the Jupiter Riverwalk or sit at the open-air bar surrounding a large saltwater aquarium and enjoy sushi, the raw bar, and more. 318 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; divebarrestaurant.com; 561.747.4767

FIREFIN GRILL Located on the marina in the Harbour Financial Center, FireFin features award-winning sushi, fine-aged steaks, and craft cocktails. 2401 PGA Blvd. Suite 160, Palm Beach Gardens; firefingrill.com; 561.472.7900 GUANABANAS Opened by Jupiter surfers as a sandwich shop in 2004, Guanabanas has become an institution in northern Palm Beach County for its lush, tropical setting, Caribbean cuisine, cocktails, and live music. 960 N. Hwy. A1A, Jupiter; guanabanas.com; 561.747.8878 JUMBY BAY ISLAND GRILL In the heart of downtown Abacoa, Jumby’s is known for an array of tropical-inspired dishes, generous cocktails, a dog-friendly patio, and its relaxed beach house feel. 1203 Town Center Drive Suite 101, Jupiter; jumbybayislandgrill.com; 561.630.2030 JUNO BEACH FISH HOUSE Seafood and fresh catches get a Florida and Caribbean twist at this mosaic-filled spot with indoor and outdoor seating. 13980 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; junobeachfishhouse.com; 561.626.2636 LITTLE MOIR’S LEFTOVERS CAFE Grab a craft beer or glass of wine while enjoying the daily catch or other seafood dishes. Make sure to leave room for one of the dessert options, all served with berries, whipped cream, and toasted coconut. 451 University Blvd., Jupiter; littlemoirsjupiter.com; 561.627.6030 LOLA’S SEAFOOD EATERY Enjoy New England–inspired seafood like fried clams and scallops, oysters, and pasta dishes in a lively setting. 4595 Northlake Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; lolasseafood.com; 561.622.2259; (second location) 181 U.S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta; 561.406.5000 LUCKY SHUCK OYSTER BAR & TAPHOUSE Gulf Coast cuisine, a raw oyster bar, fresh fish, and Southern-inspired specialties such as cajun-charred skirt steak. 1116 Love St., Jupiter; lovestreetjupiter.com

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SQUARE GROUPER This local landmark is a little piece of paradise with wide views of the Jupiter Inlet and its famous lighthouse. Relish drinks and casual fare while watching top local acts hit the stage and boats sail by. 1111 Love St., Jupiter; squaregrouper.net; 561.406.6417 THE TACKLEBOX This spot features a variety of seafood like spicy lobster and shrimp rolls and tuna poke bowls, which are best enjoyed at one of the outside seating areas. 1116 Love St., Jupiter; lovestreetjupiter.com THE TWISTED TUNA A sister restaurant to the one based in Port Salerno, this restaurant is home to delectable sushi rolls, seafood dishes, and a raw bar, in addition to an array of Italian favorites. A bottomless Bloody Mary brunch is available on Sundays. 353-R S. U.S. Hwy. 1 Jupiter; thetwistedtuna.com; 561.406.2188 TOMMY BAHAMA RESTAURANT The famed sportswear retailer translates its relaxed, island sensibility to lunch, dinner, and happy hour at Harbourside Place. Enjoy fresh seafood, regional produce, and handcrafted cocktails in the dining room or alfresco on the outdoor patio. 126 Soundings Ave., Jupiter; tommybahama.com/restaurants/jupiter; 561.406.6631 U-TIKI BEACH This waterfront restaurant boasts a tropical sand beach, open-air dining, an entertainment stage, and views of the Jupiter Lighthouse from the buzzing

bar. Its casual menu includes Caribbean seafood, lobster rolls, sushi rolls, oysters, and wings. 1095 N. Hwy. A1A, Jupiter; utikibeach.com; 561.406.2210 WATERWAY CAFE Come in the evening for a seat at the floating bar to watch the sunset on the Intracoastal and dig into flavorful American and seafood dishes. 2300 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; waterwaycafe.com; 561.694.1700

STEAK HOUSE III FORKS STEAKHOUSE A sophisticated steakhouse with a club-like ambience and an elegant bar and lounge, III Forks presents only the top two percent of all prime beef and ocean-fresh seafood along with local favorites. 4645 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; 3forks.com; 561.630.3660 IRONWOOD STEAK & SEAFOOD As the culinary centerpiece of the PGA National Resort & Spa, this restaurant is best described as a steak house with flair. Inventive dishes and unusual twists highlight the menu. 400 Avenue of the Champions, Palm Beach Gardens; pgaresort.com/restaurants/ ironwood-steak-and-seafood; 561.627.4852 RUTH’S CHRIS STEAK HOUSE Ruth’s Chris is a classic American dining experience, offering large portions of high-quality ingredients and specialty dishes that echo the restaurant’s New

Orleans roots. 661 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; ruthschris.com; 561.863.0660

SWEDISH WAXIN’S Stop in this new industrial-chic, Swedish-American restaurant and dine in one of the five unique seating areas. Pair your fine dining with wine in the chef’s room or get cozy in the casual living room. 5300 Donald Ross Road, Palm Beach Gardens; waxins.com; 561.459.5435

VEGETARIAN/VEGAN/HEALTHY BERRY FRESH CAFÉ A locals’ favorite, this simple eatery’s menu is extensive and features tasty dishes like Acapulco toast (multi-grain toast with avocado mash, EVOO, lemon, and sea salt topped with two eggs) to gluten-free honey pancakes. 3755 Military Trail, Jupiter; berryfresh.cafe; 561.401.5693 CHRISTOPHER’S KITCHEN A gathering place where health-conscious eaters can experience Chef Albert Crifaci Molla’s unrelenting passion for the finest living. Enjoy organic, plant-based, and mostly raw food cuisine. 4783 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; christopherskitchenfl.com; 561.318.6191 ❖

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Mikayla / Warrior On April 24, 2020, at just 13 years old, Mikayla, was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Chemotherapy is painful, merciless, and something no child should ever have to endure. But our community is strong, and Chasin A Dream Foundation believes that locals always help locals. Mikayla officially became a survivor November 13, 2020, but her journey is not over, and it’s just beginning for so many families right here in our backyard.

Chasin A Dream Foundation provides individualized, life-changing assistance to local families with children battling cancer, cystic fibrosis, and other life-threatening illnesses. With your support and resources, we can help ease the stress these families are facing. Our foundation starts with LOCALS HELPING LOCALS® and investing in the health of our children. Let’s make a difference together. PLEASE DONATE AT CHASINADREAM.ORG OR CALL 561-315-7005. CHASIN A DREAM FOUNDATION IS 501(C)3 APPROVED 82-2066748

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October 29, 2020 (paddle), July 16, 2020 (cleanup) | Jupiter Pointe Club and Marina, Jupiter 1. Kayakers paddle the Intracoastal 2. Tutu warriors head out to clean up the waters 3. Sean Mingone 4. Lisa Licata and her dog Buddy 5. Layna Moehl 6. Kristina Marie Cobia and her daughter Coral 7. Chuck Strom 8. The Jupiter Medical Center team 9. Joe Carabase 9

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Permanent Vacation? Great Housing Options Great Schools

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Soul on Art: Ghosts of Africa JANUARY 26 - MARCH 10, 2021

Radical Jewelry Makeover JANUARY 26 - MARCH 20, 2021

8th Annual Plein Air Festival MARCH 14 - 20, 2021

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MARINE INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION OF PALM BEACH COUNTY HOLIDAY BOAT PARADE KICKOFF When/Where November 17, 2020 | 1000 North, Jupiter

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1. Ray Graziotto, George Gentile 2. MaryAnne and Tino Garcia 3. Aaron Hoffman, Dan Lund, Thomas Lund 4. Don Gemmell, Lisa Grasso 5. Cindy Giles, Cristen Giles, Nicole Stuartino 6. Barbara and Michael Kennedy, Shelby Callison 7. Natasha and Dan Mueller 8. Aaron and Lonnie Hoffman 9. Karl Hampp, Janet Zimmer, Austin Burkett

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Valentine’s Day Weekend

New Location

February 13 & 14, 2021

NORTH COUNTY DISTRICT PARK, PALM BEACH GARDENS $11 Advance - $15 Day of - Kids 12 and under get in FREE!

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W H AT ’ S H A P P E N I N G O N J U P I T E R M A G . C O M

“Here’s to new adventures, projects, and good health in 2021” Chase Baker @sandbarproductions

Manatee GETAWAY In the mood for an adventurous Florida road trip? The secluded, eco-friendly Plantation on Crystal River Resort is inviting travelers from across the state to enjoy a “Swim with the Manatees” overnight accommodation. The incentive allows guests to snorkel with the hundreds of manatees that flock to the warmer waters of Crystal River during the winter. Find out more about this enchanting wildlife encounter opportunity and the resort’s accommodations at jupitermag.com/manateegetaway. “Beautiful Juno Beach” Jenny Lynn @floridaculturist

FOUR-LEGGED MOTIVATORS Part of the beauty of embarking on a new year is implementing the positive changes we excitedly vow to make in our lives. To keep the optimistic momentum going and stay on track with these goals, Best Friends Animal Society recommends turning to pets for motivation. From activity goals to easing stress and reentering the social world, read about five ways pets can lend a helping paw toward accomplishing New Year’s resolutions at jupitermag.com/petmotivation.

“Nothing better than an aerial ocean view” Marissa Wil @marissa_wil

Family Time Downtown Palm Beach Gardens will welcome guests of all ages for a February filled with fun activities for the whole family. Things kick off with the quintessential Concert in the Court series, featuring bands like Sucker Punch (February 5), Gypsy Lights (February 20), and Samantha Russell Band (February 27). On February 14, Downtown Collective invites visitors to “grab their girls” for Ladies Day Brunch, while children are welcome on the 24th for a Kids Crawl featuring activities from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Read more about the series of events at jupitermag.com/downtownpbgwinter.

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