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81 D E PA R T M E N T S 14 PUBLISHER’S LETTER
Words from Donna Lewis
16 GUIDE TO MARCH
Where to find this season’s hottest events
Oxygenating facial treatments
22 STYLE FILE
ON THE COVER Photo by Ron Rosenzweig
26 BOUTIQUE BUZZ
AKINA offers hand-dyed fashion and home accessories
Batch New Southern Kitchen and Tap opens on Clematis Street
34 NOMAD’S NOTEBOOK
Unwind in Turks and Caicos
133 COCKTAIL HOUR
Meet Nick O’Leary over drinks with Josh Cohen
F E AT U R E S 140 SCENE + HEARD Were you at the hottest events this season?
PROFILES 30 DINNER PARTY
38 PLACES OF SOLITUDE
Inspiration on designing an enclave of retreat.
52 BATTER UP
Explore spring training in the Palm Beaches.
Head to Swank Farm for a dinner party far from the ordinary.
71 MAKE A STATEMENT
32 BARRIER BREAKER
Angela Reynolds updates a waterfront Jupiter home.
Suzy Whaley on becoming the PGA of America’s first female president.
Bold prints for spring.
81 MODERN MARVEL
139 SOCIAL CALENDAR Must-attend events
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Spring’s Renewal Every home needs a nook, a cranny, a niche to retreat to for some well deserved “me time” or solitude.
very house where love abides and friendship is a guest, is surely home, and home sweet home, for there the heart can rest.” Henry Van Dyke said these words, and they still ring true today; for most of us long for a sanctuary in our homes—a respite, a refuge, a place where one can truly rest and escape the outside world. Every home needs a nook, a cranny, a niche to retreat to for some well deserved “me time” or solitude. For some, it’s a home gym/yoga studio, a private garden, or a chaise lounge by the pool; for others, it’s a home office, library and even a closet. (I like the latter!) In “Enclaves of Retreat” on page 38, we feature luxe rooms you can retreat to and on-point accouterments that multitask in style, providing both a functional space and a place for solitude. With a little help from a highly skilled and talented team, including interior designer Angela Reynolds, a Jupiter family turned an ’80s classic into a cool, contemporary and ultra-chic masterpiece, with clean lines and innovative appointments. Custom-built for “aquaholics,” the exterior rivals that of famed South Florida resorts that tourists flock to, with unique elements such as a multi-level pool, fireplaces, waterfall features, sun shelves and 50-yard-line sunset seats. Now, that’s a sanctuary! What could be more American—or more South Florida for that matter—than baseball? For a lot of fans, spring means one thing: spring training. Build it and they will come, and they are, as thousands flock to Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium and the FITTEAM Ballpark of the Palm Beaches for this national pastime, filling the coffers of our No. 1 industry: tourism. Check out these fields of dreams in our feature “Baseball by the Beach” on page 52 and see why these top-notch facilities host major and minor league baseball teams, yearlong events, and keep the fans enjoying the experience, year after year. Spring has sprung, and spring cleaning isn’t just for closets; it’s for the soul as well. It’s a time for introspection, reflection, dreaming and planning—a time for new opportunities to bud. Spring is nature’s renewal; it’s the season of rebirth and regrowth. We’re glad this issue has found its way into your home and your heart. I hope you carve out some space and time for your own renewal!
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The Wellington Bacon & Bourbon Fest returns March 22 and 23 at the Wellington Amphitheater, highlighting the quintessential American liquor and food favorite. Indulge in chef-created dishes like a beef bacon brisket sandwich, waffle on pulled pork and bourbon brown butter ice cream while enjoying the sweet sounds of live entertainment. (free; baconbourbonfest.com)
Former New York City ballet soloist Zippora Karz has worked alongside Ballet Palm Beach to stage “Sonatine” by George Balanchine for performances taking place from March 25 to 27 as part of “Premieres.” The performances will include several “new to Ballet Palm Beach” works by additional choreographers. ($45; kravis.org)
The 34th annual Palm Beach International Boat Show returns to the West Palm Beach Waterfront March 28 to 31. Tour $1.2 billion worth of yachts and accessories of all sizes, and check out live music and refreshments. A Windward VIP Experience will feature a VIP lounge with a premium open bar, hors d’oeuvres, concierge service and indoor and outdoor seating. (Ticket prices vary; pbboatshow.com)
Head to Carlin Park on March 16 for the BandSandBrews Craft Beer and Music Festival. Benefiting local ocean and environment conservation, the fourth annual event offers craft beer samples from more than 20 breweries in addition to live entertainment such as Sierra Lane, Jakob Takos and Keep It Civil. (Ticket prices vary; bandsandbrews.com)
PALM BEACH OPERA
The 2018-19 Palm Beach Opera season will close with Johann Strauss II’s “Die Fledermaus,” a comedic series of mischief, intrigue and revenge set at a Viennese ball on New Year’s Eve. Catch the performances March 22 to 24 at the opera house. (Ticket prices vary; pbopera.org)
EVENING ON ANTIQUE ROW
In partnership with the Antique Row Association, Evening on Antique Row will take place March 9 to benefit the Historical Society of Palm Beach County. Explore the retail destination to view 17th- to 20th-century antiques and arts. Entertainment, cocktails and gourmet bites will also be offered. (Tickets from $40; westpalmbeachantiques. com)
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Meet Two Susan G. Komen Warriors in Pink The annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in West Palm Beach has drawn thousands of individuals living with or supporting those with breast cancer each year, and it has raised millions of dollars to help combat the disease. Kelly Seitz and Pat Maher are locals who were recently selected as part of this year’s Susan G. Komen Florida Warriors in Pink, a national program that recognizes breast cancer survivors who are dedicated to finding a cure and mentoring those affected. One way the women are raising awareness and spending time with other local survivors and supporters is through Lighthouse Dragons, a dragon boat racing team that meets at Jupiter Lighthouse for practice three times a week and participates in international events. Learn more about Seitz and Maher at jupitermag.com.
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THINGS TO KNOW
Style for Hope Luncheon The sixth annual luncheon will take place on March 8, coinciding with International Women’s Day. Dress for Success Palm Beach will award its new “Style Icon” award to Iris Apfel.
Florie’s The Michelin-starred French restaurant has made its way to Palm Beach. From wagyu beef and roasted lobster to garden-driven cocktails and aperitifs, Florie’s has an item for every taste bud.
Kravis Center Gala The annual event presents “An Intimate Evening with David Foster” with The Kravis Center Pops Orchestra on March 1. The gala helps enrich arts education programs that benefit students around Palm Beach County.
RACLETTE NIGHT AT PISTACHE FRENCH BISTRO During Raclette night at Pistache French Bistro in West Palm Beach, up to three old-fashioned raclette stations are positioned throughout the Parisian-style eatery, providing patrons with an interactive tableside experience that involves plates of traditional French food smothered in all-you-can-eat cheese scraped fresh from the wheel. Find out more about Raclette nights at Pistache at jupitermag.com.
Mayor Jeri Muoio West Palm Beach’s leader is wrapping up eight years of service. Since she’s been in office, WPB employment has grown more than 20 percent and the population has grown by 7 percent.
District Fit Fitness Festival From March 7 to 9, South Florida’s third annual event will feature special instructors and exciting fitness events, from yoga and marathon training to Zumba and cardio sessions.
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It’s been called the “‘Game of Thrones facial” and the “grandma facial.” Its real name is the DMK Enzyme Treatment, which during the process, gives skin a tight, cracked and wrinkled appearance. Administered at Linda Rae Skin Care—a DMK award-winning Paramedical Skin Care Clinic—the treatment (from $175) helps restore the health of skin.
At Life Time Athletic’s LifeSpa, pamper yourself with the Oxygen Rx Treatment (from $125), which Audrey Frendreis, senior spa manager, says helps to kill bacteria, lightens and brightens the skin, and promotes healing from within.
Tri-Lifting Glow Facial Treatment: Experience three extraordinary benefits in one with the Tri-Lifting Glow Facial Treatment (from $259) that guarantees immediate results, offered at Anushka Spa, Salon & Cosmedical Centre.
Benefits: It’s ideal for all skin types, and
Benefits: Patients will have soft, hydrated
inside out, getting it to function properly as it did when younger,” says owner Linda Rae. The enzyme treatment improves scarring and treats issues like rosacea and melasma.
it works wonders for clients with acne and those who have rosacea and sensitive skin. No downtime is needed, so you can resume your usual schedule and skin care routine the next morning. Plus, it’s safe enough for weekly treatments.
How it works: An enzyme masque is applied, which stimulates the skin. “It also increases collagen production and clears out fluid of the cell and tissue with reverse osmosis and lymphatic draining,” Rae says. The masque then hardens and tightens; some can actually feel their face pulsating at this stage. After, the skin is bright, plump and hydrated. This effect is referred to as “plasmatic,” when the capillary network is visible on the skin’s surface.
How it works: A gel base is mixed together with a magnesium peroxide powder and is applied to the skin and worked in for a couple of minutes. An activator is then misted onto the face, which in turn converts the mixture into oxygen. You’ll feel a bubbling sensation and warmth—the turning point in the treatment. Once massaged in again, an equalizer spray is used and facial extractions can take place. A citric acid spray is applied followed by vitamin C and a post-peel balm.
How it works: The journey to a lifting facial takes 80-minutes and is broken into three phases. It begins with microdermabrasion to reveal fresh, untarnished skin. From there, a 30-minute microcurrent facial massage lifts the face using NuFACE microcurrent technology. It’s followed by an oxygen-infused Intraceuticals serum custom-mixed for each client’s specific skin needs. Infused oxygen helps to regenerate the skin cells. While it’s being mixed, you’ll also receive a collagen eye and lip mask to help moisturize the face’s well-worked areas.
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At-home light therapy
n between spa visits for facial treatments, make some time at home for light therapy with MZ Skin’s LED Golden Facial Treatment Device. It can be programmed to five different kinds of lights to address numerous skin concerns. Red light stimulates collagen and elastin production while reducing inflammation; blue light balances and clarifies, reduc-
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The AKINA line features Shibori, an ancient Japanese dying technique.
AKINA Shop an array of one-of-a-kind, hand-dyed fashion and home accessories By Melissa Puppo
kina Johnson grew up doing arts and crafts on the weekends with her mother and sister. Sometimes it was tie-dye; other times it was crochet. Johnson shares the stories of her early years while sitting inside her home studio in Abacoa. It’s the space where she designs one-of-a-kind, hand-dyed fashion and home decor for her eponymous business AKINA, which she launched in 2016. Her studio is painted a refreshing aqua blue. Plush pillows designed in intricate indigo patterns sit near a window that’s cracked open, allowing a slight breeze to waft through and gently sway a collection of kimonos hanging on a clothing rack. There’s also a mirror and ballet barre (Johnson was a former dancer) that create a multipurpose space for her to conveniently exercise and hang up textiles for color matching all in the same place.
FROM HOBBY TO BUSINESS
The business came to fruition when Johnson’s sister gave her a book detailing Shibori, an ancient Japanese dying technique. As someone with a fashion design background, Johnson was crafting scarves for friends when one of them asked if she’d design a set of pillows. She was up for the challenge and executed it, turning a few pillows into a brand. Today, her line consists of home goods like pillows and linens, including napkins, tablecloths and table runners. “Basically, if it’s fabric and it’s white, I can dye it,” she says.
THE DESIGN PROCESS
First, Johnson folds her fabric and places hardware clamps strategically on the material before dying it to get the desired design. “I’ve used binder clips. I’ve used rubber bands, popsicle sticks,” she laughs. One of her most popular designs is kumo, which in Japanese can mean “spider” or “cloud” for its web-like aesthetic. It works in South Florida, with many adoring the style for its similarity in appearance to sand dollars picked at the beach. Johnson favors the opportunity to fill custom orders, through which she works with clients to carry out their visions. “A lot of times it has me thinking out of the box, having me do things that I normally wouldn’t’ do,” she says. “I really enjoy that because I get to come up with new color schemes.” And since Shibori is a Japanese method, she wanted to also incorporate traditional Japanese fashion with the brand. She has a loungewear line of kimonos, which have proven to be popular for bridal parties. Her collections include both long and short styles in silk, many of which are hand stitched. But, you can also pair one with a T-shirt and a great pair of jeans, or throw one over a bathing suit. Her designs are sold online and at local and national retailers, including Mecox Gardens in Palm Beach (additionally Dallas, Los Angeles and Napa), Decorators Unlimited, Island Home, Gypsy Life Surf Shop, House of Lavande and Lori Jayne.
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Batch New Southern Kitchen and Tap A West Palm Beach scratch kitchen serving Southern favorites By Melissa Puppo
here’s a right way and a wrong way to serve chicken and waffles—and at Batch New Southern Kitchen and Tap they’re executed just right. Belgium-style cornbread waffles arrive tableside accompanied by chili-thyme honey and bourbonmaple butter to spread. The sweet tea-brined chicken is a perfect counterpart, making for one tasty meal.
NEW BEGINNINGS The eatery opened on Clematis Street in fall, serving up a menu specializing is new Southern cuisine. It’s the team’s second concept and third restaurant opening (Batch Hospitality Group also has its Gastropub brand in Delray Beach and Miami). “We’ve decided to label the restaurant as ‘new Southern’ because it’s definitely not the traditional ‘unbuckle the belt,’ heavy
Southern cuisine,” says Kevin Danilo, owner of Batch Hospitality Group. “We wanted to be able to pull from all of the different Southern flavors opposed to one specific region of ‘Southern,’ and we wanted the ability to put spins on classic items to give our guests completely new experiences.” ORDER UP For starters, the Cathead Biscuits come
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A Dinner Party for the Ages Loxahatchee’s best-kept secret is Swank Farm’s specialty events, hosted by Darrin and Jodi Swank. By Melissa Puppo
o get to Swank Farm, drive west—way west. Elaborate street names will turn to single alphabetical letters, and asphalt roads will turn to dirt. Drive slow enough to not miss the farm’s subtle entrance—an access point with a simple sign planted in the ground to welcome guests from near and far. While driving through, watch a golden sun dip over the 20-acre parcel, and you’ll begin to understand why the trek is necessary. * * * On a Saturday evening in January, 100-plus guests descended on Swank Farm to attend the Master Chef Milwaukee dinner, a culinary event welcoming three impressive chefs from the Wisconsin city to whip up an open-air, multi-course meal and wine pairing. The venue on the farm is as whimsical as the plates that are served. Long, rustic wooden tables topped with simple flower arrangements sit inside a pole barn without walls. Crystal glass bottles and lanterns are suspended from the ceiling; tealight candles create an intimate mood; and a band is perched at the front, playing a bit of country folk music to set the scene. But past the twinkle lights and Persian-style lamb chops topped delicately with baby turnips (plucked from this very ground) is a business. And at the center of it all is husband-and-wife duo Darrin and Jodi Swank, the owners of Swank Farm. It’s safe to say they are the ultimate dinner party hosts. For nearly two decades they’ve called Loxahatchee Groves home. (They’re upgrading from a 450-square-foot house they built in 2001 to what Jodi calls her “dream home,” which will feature a commercial kitchen to accommodate cooking classes.) When the Swanks first bought the farm, they grew and sold three items. “We were blown away at how much we were able to produce in such a small shade-enclosed area, so we had all this basil, all this lettuce, all this arugula, and now we’re like, ‘What are we doing with it?’” Jodi recalls. They began reaching out to distributors and bringing samples to local chefs to see if they were interested.
“This was a product these chefs have never seen and they were aching for something new—and we had it,” Jodi says. Soon, word spread about the little farm in Loxahatchee delivering on the farm-to-table movement. And today, Darrin and Jodi grow more than 360 varieties to share with local chefs in Palm Beach, Broward and Dade counties—and to the general public through local green markets. The farm churns out arugula, kale, chard and micro greens, to edible flowers and cucumbers grown hydroponically. “We have some of the best lettuce you’ll ever try,” Jodi says. “It’s clean. No sand. No dirt. No grit.” They also grow tomatoes, strawberries, onions, beets and more via half-gallon grow bags. But the best-kept secret is the Swank Attend an upcoming event: SWANK TABLE March 10 “Vegetable Love,” an all-vegetable feast March 31 “3030 Ocean Reunion Dinner” April 7 Sixth annual “Vetu De Blanc” April 28 The Three Little “Gloucestershire” Pigs MASTER CHEF March 16 Master Chef Louisville March 23 Master Chef Boston April 13 Master Chef Delray Beach May 4 Master Chef Miami
Table monthly events. The concept? Bringing the community together to bond over food with help from culinary masterminds. More importantly, it’s a chance to educate the masses on where their food is coming from. “It’s so important to know your farmer and support them,” Jodi says. Guests can enjoy brunches, themed dinners (during which Darrin gives guests a farm tour before a family-style meal) and Master Chef events. On this particular evening is a multicourse plated dinner consisting of grouper with butter-braised carrots, green beans, beurre blanc and micro sorrel; grilled rabbit loin with a rosemary olive oil crumpet, chevre and seasonal jam; and a delicious strawberry upside down cake with orange curd and basil whipped cream. What first began as a “lunch on the farm” in 2012 has turned into a social season filled with 18 calendar events. The Swanks’ success goes farther than planting and parties; they’re supporting the community in addition to feeding hungry stomachs. Each event benefits a local organization close to their hearts, including Palm Beach Opera, Pathfinders of Palm Beach and Martin Counties, and Meals on Wheels of Palm Beach. “I work with several charities that have been with me since the beginning, like the Cultural Council [of Palm Beach County],” Jodi says. “They have an amazing arts program for children. You feel good when you give back.”
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Playing her way More than four decades after taking her first swing, Suzy Whaley has become the leader of one of the world’s largest sports organizations.
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uzy Whaley, who recently became the first woman in history to serve as the president of the PGA of America, remembers the first time she hit a golf ball. She was 9 years old, hanging out at the Cavalry Club in Manlius, New York, where she had just spent a few hours swimming with friends. “Some of the boys from the pool invited me to hit golf balls at the range with them,” she says. “But of course, I was in my swimsuit, which wasn’t allowed. Once the staff called my mom and she arrived, she didn’t scold me. Instead, she asked if I liked playing, and from that moment on, no one could get me off the course unless it was snowing.” Whaley’s mother, Mary Ann McGuire, was an avid golfer, but never pushed the sport on her daughter. Growing up, Whaley was active in all activities, from skiing to swimming. But once she discovered golf, something about the sport was different. “Golf is a huge family affair,” she says. “Maybe it was in my blood. What I do know is my mother, who was an amazing woman, is a big part of why I started playing.” Whaley challenged the status quo as the first girl to compete on the boys’ golf team at Jamesville-DeWitt High School near Syracuse, New York, and went on to receive a full scholarship to play golf at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, where she studied economics. “I was actually going to enroll in law school after graduation,” she says. “But then I qualified for a PGA event, and I played well enough to gain attention from sponsors. And well, now the rest is history.” Whaley, 52, has hit many more milestones, including becoming the first woman since the legendary Babe Didrikson Zaharias in 1945 to qualify for a PGA Tour event—the 2003 Greater Hartford Open. She was the 370th PGA profes-
sional (and the ninth woman) to acquire her certification as a PGA Master Professional, which is the highest educational level offered by the organization. She is also the first woman to ever serve as an officer of the PGA of America, where she previously held roles of secretary and vice president before her appointment as 41st president. “I wouldn’t have these opportunities without the women who came before me who made it all possible,” she says. “I really truly credit that to my success. You can’t underestimate that power, so while I’m the first, there were many others who opened these doors.” In addition to her role as PGA president, Whaley acts as the PGA director of instruction at the Country Club at Mirasol in Palm Beach Gardens. “I actually took up the post right around the same time as I was made presi-
dent,” she says. “My husband and I were living in Fort Lauderdale and decided to move up to Palm Beach. Over the last couple of years as an officer, I missed the opportunity to coach and teach.” Whaley is also the owner of Suzy Whaley Golf, an organization that offers golf programs and corporate programs. Women and girls represent only about a quarter of all golfers, but Whaley’s leadership is poised to positively advance female representation in the sport for generations to come. “The sport has evolved so much from when I was a young girl,” she says. “I played with all boys, and now you have girls in high school playing on their own teams. But we’re still not where we need to be. I want more [people of diversities] to be introduced and invited to play the game. Perhaps in 10 years’ time, we’ll look even more different on golf courses, at least that’s what we’re aiming for.”
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ipping a chilled French rosé alongside a perfectly spiced gazpacho with feet in the sand, I marveled at the serenity of Grace Bay and the simplistic chic design of the Wymara Resort and Villas in Turks and Caicos. The hardest question of the day will be: spa treatment or yoga? Tomorrow would belong to the incredible turquoise waters—the islands of Turks and Caicos are
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Enclaves of Retreat Design a space of solitude to disappear and decompress BY KERRY SHORR
STAY PUT Walk into an Eggersmann-designed closet and youâ€™ll want to stay a while. For this South Florida project, a shoe and accessory wall, an eco leather wardrobe, a watch-winding station, a hidden safe and an island with a glass, lighted counter top and velvet jewelry inserts are among the standouts; price upon request; available at Eggersmann USA in Dania Beach; eggersmannusa.com
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Hanger Space Well-appointed closets elevate everyday dressing
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CRYSTAL PALACE Dress things up with Hudson Valley’s 6030 Dunkirk chandelier with aged brass branches and multifaceted crystals; $2,856; available at Capitol Lighting locations; 1800lighting.com.
REF LEC T I O N P OOL To accommodate her client’s request for a large, bright closet she could share with her husband, Sara McCann of McCann Design Group in West Palm Beach and designers, Jenna Conte Olin and Carly Simmel, removed the wall separating the couple’s single closets and affixed mirrors to cabinet doors to reflect the natural light from the adjacent bath and create the illusion of extra space. Visual Comfort frosted glass wall sconces add extra luminosity and the fur ottoman from Jamie Dietrich Designs is rapturously chic; mccanndesigngroup.com.
HOT FUZZ Soft, fuzzy and forever female, fur’s mystique winds its way into myriad forms, including Old Hickory Tannery’s Worthen Tibetan sheepskin bergere chair and ottoman; from $2,399; available at Neiman Marcus; neimanmarcus.com.
AQUA WOMAN In “Aquatic Sensuality,” a limited-edition series featuring separate photographs, local shutterbug Daniela Gross turns the camera around to capture her passion for pool-frolicking in—what else?—her favorite red pumps; price upon request; available at DG Photo Art & Design in Boca Raton; dgphotoartdesign.com.
BESPOKE BEAUTY Thanks to The Container Store, we can stop dreaming about our dream closets. Cobble a bespoke wardrobe closet system from eight exclusive finishes, myriad hardware options and special features like freestanding islands, belt, tie and pant racks, valet rods, concealed hampers, LED lights and more; price upon request; available at The Container Store locations; containerstore.com. 40
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FAUX FABULOUS Standing 8 feet tall, this grand faux fiddle leaf fig tree is a de rigueur, designer favorite that requires no watering and comes planted in a nursery pot; $695; available at RH West Palm Beach; rh.com.
FE M ME FATALE GLOW ON Thomas Pheasant’s facet table lamp for Baker Furniture is designed from Murano glass that boasts a gorgeous glow when illuminated; price upon request; available at Baker Furniture in Dania Beach; bakerfurniture.com.
Angela Reynolds of Angela Reynolds Design in Jupiter’s provocative palette of dusty pinks, creams and black brings a cozy and glamorous vibe to this home office her client also utilizes for entertaining. Walls are dressed in black grasscloth wallpaper from Walfab and an antique crystal chandelier holds court above a wool rug from Niba Designs. An abstract painting by Australian artist Kerry Armstrong hangs behind the desk; angelareynolds.com.
WRITE ON The Oslo desk’s sharp lines and mod brass base turns getting down to business into a stylish stint; $5,800; available at Mecox in West Palm Beach; mecox.com.
SITTING PRETTY The Gracie chair’s subtle bowing design mimics the human form’s curvature to deliver hours of sedentary comfort; $1,249; available at Neiman Marcus; neimanmarcus.com.
SMARTY PANTS Crestron’s touch- and voice-activated system lets users host a video conference, lower the shades, or set the air-conditioning without leaving their seats; price upon request; available at Crestron in Dania Beach; crestron.com. MARCH 2019
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Novel Approach A reading-inspired retreat where hushing librarians aren’t allowed
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Susan Lachance of Susan Lachance Interior Design Inc. in Boca Raton transformed a surplus space into a comfortable and welcoming library that maximized her client’s lake views. Varying light sources, including two Ralph Lauren floor lamps and a geometric chandelier from Hudson Valley, illumine every corner and float the attention to built-in shelving laden with fine art and sentimental accessories. A pair of nailhead-trimmed, velvet sofas in bright teal from Grafton Furniture and Vanguard Furniture’s stainless steel cocktail table with a wooden shelf layer in extra warmth and contrast; susanlachance.com.
WELL READ Amass an envious book collection in less than a day. Designer Andrew Martin’s multicolored wallpaper reflects the aristocratic athenaeums in Evelyn Waugh’s “Brideshead Revisited”; price upon request; available at Kravet in Dania Beach; kravet.com.
SHINE ON Currey and Company’s library wall sconce mixes mid-century modern design with bronze and brass embellishments; $450; available at Capitol Lighting locations; 1800lighting.com.
COOL SEAT Charles and Ray Eames’ iconic lounge chair and ottoman turns the average reading session into an exercise in good taste; from $5,295; available at Design Within Reach in West Palm Beach; dwr.com.
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SEAWORTHY STUNNER Artist Christa Wilm adorns her stone busts of Hygeia with delicate coral, pearls, sea fans and exotic shells like Venus combs; $325; available at Christa’s South Seashells in West Palm Beach; csseashell.com. 42
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ROYAL AWAKENING Richard Frinier’s royal lounge chair with canopy (sold separately) for Andalusia is the embodiment of peaceful reclination and its powder-coated ironwork won’t succumb to inclement weather; price upon request; available at Century Furniture Showroom in Dania Beach; centuryfurniture.com. WALK ON Slow your stroll with a pathway crafted of individual stones or pavers like the Avalon Porcelain Passage pavers in Sabi Ridge; price upon request; available at Opustone Stone and Tile Concepts in West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, and Miami; opustone.com.
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JUPITER AND WEST PALM BEACH PRESENT SPRING TRAINING BASEBALL AT ITS BEST By LeeAngelo Miklin
FITTEAM Ballpark of the Palm Beaches, where one picture is worth a thousand wordsâ€”and millions in annual economic impact
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EYOND THE MINUTIAE OF BASEBALL, a world in which statistics rule and every at-bat is a game within a game, there is a magical place called spring training, which is much more about ambiance, sun and fun—and Florida. From Dean Dogs to racing presidents, spring training baseball is uniquely appealing in Palm Beach County, where Jupiter’s Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium and FITTEAM Ballpark of the Palm Beaches in West Palm Beach host four major league teams and 25 percent of spring training games, according to a Palm Beach County Sports Commission report. The Miami Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals call Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium their spring training home, and the Houston Astros and Washington Nationals make camp at the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches. Dennis Grady, president and CEO of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches, calls the respective ballpark experiences a microcosm of the Florida philosophy. “Travel and tourism is the No. 1 industry in Florida and No. 1 in Palm Beach County,” he says, “so that means you have to be darn good at customer service if you want to maximize your strongest economic engine. Both of those facilities maximize the return on the dollar.” The experiences at these facilities result in a combined annual economic impact of about $114 million, according to an analysis by the Palm Beach County Sports Commission. It is a significant slice of the $687 million of economic impact for the state as reported by the Florida Sports Foundation. The impact study includes jobs, wages and tourism spending. While spring training is step one for potential most valuable players such as the Astros’ Jose Altuve or the Cardinals’ Matt Carpenter, Grady says the ballparks are staffed by everyday MVPs. “The ushers and staff who work those facilities are the most outstanding people,” he says. “Many are retirees who know and love the communities. “I listen as they answer the questions of the fans— how to get to the waterpark, airboat rides, where to go and eat, how to get to the beach—and they are just the friendliest and most helpful representatives to the fans. I have to stand back and say, ‘mission accomplished.’”
oger Dean Chevrolet Stadium was built in 1997. The spring training home of both the Cardinals and Marlins is a common ground for uncommon teams. The Marlins are immersed in nine straight losing seasons and are in the throes of another rebuilding project. The Cards almost always contend and have strung together 11 straight winning seasons. The prospectus is enhanced by this year’s addition of perennial slugger/first baseman Paul Goldschmidt. Despite starkly different paths, the Marlins and Cards have both won two World Series championships during the past 22 years. The stadium in which these two paths cross is a special destination for vacationers from St. Louis and to the expansive Miami fan base. “For nearly two decades, the Marlins have
The ballpark and surrounding complex are in such a convenient location for our organization—just a short drive from Miami—and for our fans.” - Claude Delorme
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been fortunate to call Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium our home,” says Claude Delorme, the Marlins executive vice president of operations and events. “The ballpark and surrounding complex are in such a convenient location for our organization—just a short drive from Miami—and for our fans.” The 6,800-seat stadium includes space for an additional 200 fans in the outfield grass berm area. The stadium offers views for fans at picnics, traditional seats, the Bullpen Club’s bar-style seating or the rightfield “party deck.” Among the stadium’s standout features, Delorme says he likes the “Cassidy Cool Zone.” “It provides a great vantage point to watch the game action, and the picnic-table atmosphere is a nice change of pace for watching a game,” he says. Stadium Media Relations Coordinator Andrew
Miller enjoys his workplace. “It’s a prime location for spring training, always 75 degrees Fahrenheit, and a unique atmosphere in a vibrant community,” he says. Plus, he notes there are six backfields per team for fans to view practices, including some spaces that are specialized for outfield or infield only. The vast concession menu includes one particularly enormous item: the signature Dean Dog. This one-third-pound grilled frankfurter, which Miller says “is a meal,” is original to the stadium. The Dean Dog days roll on throughout the summer. When spring training ends, the stadium gets busier. “This is the only stadium in the country to host two minor league teams at the same facility,” Miller says. Depending on scheduling, either the Jupiter Hammerheads or Palm Beach Cardinals play a home game every day of the Florida State League regular season.
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F Lewis Brinson’s Homecoming
ou can go home again,” say most third base coaches in defiance of Thomas Wolfe’s 1930s novel. So too says Miami Marlins center fielder Lewis Brinson. The 24-year-old grew up in Fort Lauderdale and graduated from Coral Springs High School. He was a firstround draft pick by the Texas Rangers in 2012, broke into the majors with the Milwaukee Brewers in 2017 and returned to South Florida last year. He’s dealt with injuries and is looking for a breakout season after compiling a modest .199 average last season. “I grew up a Marlins fan. It is literally a dream come true to be playing for them now and to be able to represent my hometown team on the field,” Brinson says. “It’s the close proximity to home. I don’t have to worry about moving from home to Arizona and then back every spring, like I did before I played for the Marlins. And it’s also nice that my family is so close and can come up here to see me.” Brinson’s opportunity is as unique as the setting offered by the Marlins spring training home in Jupiter. “It is very rare in baseball that a family can take a short drive from their home and see their favorite team play at spring training, and can get upclose-and-personal with their favorite players in the unique atmosphere and proximity that spring training provides,” says Claude Delorme, the Marlins executive vice president of operations and events.
ITTEAM Ballpark of the Palm Beaches is a more than $135-million facility and is “pure and simple, the newest car on the street,” Grady says. “It is brand spanking new and has a wow factor.” There is no vagueness about who uses this facility, which opened in 2017. Two 30-foot statues of team logos distinctly mark the homes of the Washington Nationals and Houston Astros. The quality of play is at a high level. The Astros are but two years removed from their first World Series championship season. That is noted in a left field logo. The Nationals, due to a strong pitching staff led by Max Scherzer, remain contenders. Two years ago, the Nationals left Viera and the Astros exited Kissimmee. Both of those facilities are considered to be excellent, so their new destination had to be greater. Ballpark of the Palm Beaches is a 160-acre complex that features a fan-friendly stadium with room for 7,700 (including a picnic berm) as its centerpiece, along with six practice fields per team. This season will also have several fun events at the ballpark for fans, including a special St. Patrick’s Day celebration, Seniors Stroll the Bases, Pre-Game
Fans may enjoy games while seated in the shade, from a 360-degree wrap-around concourse, on the Banana Boat Lawn, within suites or on party decks.
At FITTEAM Ballpark of the Palm Beaches, there isn’t a bad seat in the stadium.
Catch on the Field, six Fireworks Nights, Bark at the Park events, Signature Sundays and numerous giveaways. A Washington Nationals spokesperson notes that West Palm Beach is a vibrant city and has been well-received by the entire Nationals organization, stating that FITTEAM Ballpark of the Palm Beaches has become a destination in the local community, and feels like a second home. Fans may enjoy games while seated in the shade, from a 360-degree wrap-around concourse, on the Banana Boat Lawn, within suites or on party decks. The concessions are as varied as the Capitol Hill Grill, the Lone Star Cantina or the Craft Corner with 32 craft beers on tap. Racing presidents called the Rushmore Four (George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt) are an in-game treat for fans at Nationals games in Washington. The West Palm Beach version of the race matches “retired” large-headed mascots of William Taft, Herbert Hoover and Calvin Coolidge. Astros Senior Manager of Com-
munications Steve Grande says their team’s mascot Orbit is present at all games as well. But if uniforms are more your taste than costumes, Grande adds “there is fan access on the practice field. Morning workouts are open to the public and give fans close access to our players as they prep for that day’s game and the regular season.” FITTEAM Ballpark of the Palm Beaches has set itself up as a destination for all seasons. It hosts elite tournaments, community walks, corporate functions, concerts and festivals among other events. Five athletic fields offer the opportunity to host major soccer and lacrosse events. The campus includes a walking trail, a 12-acre city park with a playground, green space, lighted basketball courts and pavilions, as well as seven multi-purpose fields for youth sports. Regardless of whether one indulges in a Dean Dog or cheers on the portly William Taft caricature in the ex-presidents’ race, the dedicated and casual baseball fans will find the best spring training has to offer in Palm Beach County.
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On Spring Training Past By Bernard McCormick
orld War I was just getting serious. Woodrow Wilson, having taken over the presidency from William Howard Taft, was trying to figure out what to do about it. Jackie Robinson was minus 4 years of age. He would not come along until 1919, a year after the Great War ended. Florida, at least the part that was civilized, was only about half the occupied geography it is today. The southeast coastal cities were mostly infants. Fort Lauderdale had just been incorporated as a city. It was 1915, and a baseball field, which would be named for Jackie Robinson decades later, had just been built. Like its namesake, Jackie Robinson Ballpark in Daytona Beach would one day be a hall of fame site, on the national historic register, as the oldest Florida place where baseball spring training would be played. It did not actually host spring training until years later, but it was there when the time came. As with most of the spring training fields, which followed over the next several decades, Jackie Robinson Ballpark no longer hosts a major league team. The last team to use it was the Montreal Expos in 1980. It honors Robinson because in 1946, when segregation was still the order for most of the south, Robinson was starring for a Dodgers minor league affiliate in Daytona when they played the Brooklyn Dodgers in an exhibition game. It was a first integrated game involving a big league team. Robinson officially broke the big leagueâ€™s racial barrier when he moved up to the Dodgers the next season.
For years, Florida was the only game in town for spring training, but as baseball expanded westward, Arizona, with its Cactus League, became a competitor to the Grapefruit League. Today all but a few of the original Florida training fields are still used, but not by big league teams. The lesser fields of dreams host college and minor league teams. Newer facilities, which often look like HO gauge versions of the big league ballparks, have appeared in towns that hardly existed when spring training first discovered the Sunshine State. The southeast coast, which once had a half-dozen major league training sites, including two of the most famous, is now down to only three. The two newest, covered in the main story, are both in Palm Beach County. A bit farther north, Port St. Lucie has First Data Field (1988), which has been home from the beginning to the New York Mets. Two of the facilities that had the most impact on their communities no longer have major league tenants. Dodgertown in Vero Beach is a unique facility and still an active venue with college and some foreign teams. Now known as Vero Beach Sports Village, it occupies 67 acres and still has villas that were once filled with veterans and rookies for one of baseballâ€™s legendary franchises. Holman Field was unusual in that it had no outfield fences. There were stands along the foul lines, but in the outfield, fans used to sit on the grassy embankment surrounding the field. A row of palm trees had painted yellow markers halfway up the trunks and the umpire judged a home run if it passed above the paint. It was so popular with Brook-
First Data Field, opened in 1988, is the spring home of the New York Mets. The stadium, just off Interstate 95 in St. Lucie West, has 7,160 seats, plus room for fans on the outfield berm. That idea was introduced by the old Dodgertown in Vero Beach, except Dodgertown for years did not even have a fence between the outfield and the fans.
lyn fans that many people later retired in Vero after getting to know the area through the Dodgers. Bobby McCarthy, owner of the popular Bobby’s Restaurant, just off the beach, recalls the days when Dodgers blue dominated the community. His restaurant featured photos of the team and was a magnet for players and fans alike. “We opened in 1981, and the Dodgers won the World Series that year and again in ’88,” he says. “There’s no question that Dodgertown made the town and our restaurant a go-to place. We still see Ron Perranoski (former Dodgers pitcher) because he lives here. But the Dodgers left 14 years ago, and new people who moved in the last 10 years don’t even know the Dodgers were here.“ Similarly, if not on such an intimate scale, Fort Lauderdale was for more than 30 years identified with the New York Yankees. When opened in 1962, Little Yankee Stadium was one of the first of the modern spring training sites, with a contemporary design and sprawling locker rooms. Yankee greats of that era were popular figures around town; some became winter residents. The popular Yankee Clipper Hotel, now the B Ocean Resort, took its name from Yankee great Joe DiMaggio’s nickname. The Yanks also had a minor league team using the field. Modern it may have been in its day, but it did not have room for surrounding training fields and facilities that teams desired in later years. When the Yankees left in 1993, the
Boston Red Sox and later Baltimore Orioles kept a major league presence until 2009. Today, renamed Fort Lauderdale Stadium, it is used mostly for soccer events. The Dodgers left Vero Beach after 60 years at Dodgertown. The Yankees abandoned Fort Lauderdale after 33 years. There is no guarantee of community loyalty when it comes to spring training. There are, however, examples of long relation-
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in the new ceiling. It became an interior and exterior motif. For the sunken living room, a popular ’80s feature, Reynolds gave it a refresh by designing a custom sofa from New Design in Fort Lauderdale. The sofa hugs the stairs as if it had been grafted to them. “This room was one of the more challenging ones, because of those stairs,” Reynolds says. “But challenges force me to come up with solutions that are exciting.” The dark ebony coffee table with its edgy abstract angles (another custom build) pairs precisely with the tailored sofa and the Bolier side chairs. The room’s fabric, a study in different shades of gray (though not quite 50!), is made for outdoor use. Reynolds wanted to make sure the room was not off limits to the couple’s four children. A saltwater aquarium and oversized-but-thin Restoration Hardware chandeliers complete the look. Along the opposite wall, a glass-encased wine room holds more than 400 bottles—another liquid feature. For the dining room, Reynolds constructed a custom chandelier by assembling a variety of single Arteriors pendants in various sizes and adding a metal ceiling plate to unify the pendants, changing the way it cascades and diffuses light.
(above) An ‘80s sunken living room takes a transitional turn with ebony, custom furniture, outdoor fabrics and a soothing color palette.
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“We looked at so many different options,” Reilly says. “And now I have something so unique and elegant created by Angela’s team. I love it.” The original marble floors in the home were in great condition, but Reynolds softened the feel of the kitchen with wide, white oak planks that would contrast with the dark ceiling. “I like to mix and match different types of wood,” Reynolds says. “Sometimes clients are afraid to incorporate contrast, but it only adds layers of beauty. We are past the era where everything needs to match.” White shaker cabinets keep the look timeless, while the glass uppers showcase beloved objects without fear of playful children. Off the kitchen, the home opens up to a completely redesigned backyard space. Almost every inch of soil was turned over to create the pièce de résistance, conceptualized by landscape architect Tony Grimaldi. “In Florida, there is such a focus on exterior spaces,” Reynolds says. “No one is hanging out in the formal dining room; we are hanging out by the pool. Our goal was to capture the feeling of an inviting, boutique hotel.” The space is multi-leveled, continuing its use of fluid elements leading up to the awesome Intracoastal access. The pool, newly minted, has a hip, white plaster shell and features white, antislip tile that seamlessly dips into the water. “Joe’s Point,”named after the home’s owner, is a separate sitting area off the pool that can only be accessed by walking over wet steps and a gentle waterfall feature. The outdoor furniture at Joe’s Point is from Restoration Hardware. Above, a pergola from Arcadia opens and closes depending on weather conditions.
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(top) Who said a family room needs to be closed in? This is Florida, after all. Resysta composite on the walls is incorporated into the custom furnishings for a look that is cool and contemporary. (bottom) All-weather chairs and materials make this space usable and kid-friendly yearround.
“Joe’s Point is at the edge of the pool, near the water,” Reilly says. “It is the most relaxing place to end the day.” The backyard also boasts a covered canopy that feels like a family room, with cozy, custom sitting pieces made from Resysta composite, an all-weather material. The same composite is used on the ceiling, harking back to the kitchen’s design. On the opposite end, another zen spot has been carved out along a rectangular fire pit. It is sunken, like the living room inside. Weather resistant, blue sofas give a burst of color and manifest clean lines. But the best part? The front row seats are for watching the famed Florida orange and pink skies that begin and end the day. The pool, large enough for laps and certainly large enough to hold spirited afternoon parties, is an exercise in restraint, simplicity and multileveling. There is a shelf for youngsters to wade in or mothers to soak up vitamin D atop icy white, Brown Jordan swim chaises. Alongside, there are more thematic floating steps, this time leading into the water. “We enjoy every inch of the backyard space,” Reilly says. “I’m so grateful to our entire design team in how they created something so functional and so chic.”
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AMERICAN HERITAGE -Grades: PK3 - 12th -Denomination: Non-denominational -Tuition Range: $20,662–$26,008 -Students: 2,800 & 1,500 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 8:1 12200 W. Broward Blvd. Plantation, FL 33325 6200 Linton Blvd. Delray Beach, FL 33484 954.472.0022 & 561.495.7272 ahschool.com
#1 high school in Florida and #1 private school in the U.S. with the highest number of National Merit Scholars; consistently ranked #1 in math, science, robotics, history, Spanish, French, mock trial, speech & debate, print and broadcast media, fine arts, and athletics. In Upper School, we offer 300 different courses, including 133 honors, 29 AP, and 75 fine arts, as well as college-level pre-med, pre-law, pre-engineering, biomedical engineering and computer science. Classes are taught by practicing physicians, attorneys, circuit court judges, engineers, and computer scientists. In the Lower School, every student uses an iPad; STEM, writing, and critical-thinking skills are emphasized; advanced courses are offered in all subjects, including the Stanford University math program for accelerated math students. Fifteen electives are integrated into daily schedules.
PINE CREST SCHOOL FORT LAUDERDALE -Grades: PreK - 12th -Denomination: All-Faith -Tuition Range: $21,770 - $31,930 -Students: 1,767 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 9:1 1501 NE 62nd Street Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334 954.492.4100 pinecrest.edu
Pine Crest School is best known for our strong tradition, innovative curriculum, and vast array of extracurricular activities. Our school’s mission is to offer a challenging academic experience complemented by excellence in the arts and athletics; to develop the character, independence, and leadership of each student; and to provide a collaborative learning community that prepares students to meet the global challenges of the future. Our Fort Lauderdale campus serves students in pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade who learn how to navigate their futures with adaptability, intellectual vigor, sustainability, cultural sophistication, and independent leadership.
SUMMIT-QUESTA MONTESSORI SCHOOL -Grades: Toddler - 8th -Denomination: Non-denominational -Tuition Range: $8,800 - $13,600 -Students: 470 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 15:1
Hands on Montessori learning environment with art, computer, music, PE, hands-on animal care, environmental science, advanced math program, BC/AC. Specialty after school programs include Reading Labs, Math Lab, Chess, S.T.E.M., Gymnastics, Spanish, Drama, and Sports. SUMMER CAMP also available. Accredited by AISF, Advanced ED/SACS, Ai, NCPSA, MSA; AMS Full Member, recipient of Gold Seal of Excellence Award. Montessori Teacher Training Site. New pools and gymnasium.
5451 SW 64th Ave. Davie, FL 33314 954.584.3466 summitquesta.com
ST. MARK’S EPISCOPAL SCHOOL
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Located on ten acres, St. Mark’s has a charming campus and small class sizes. Our nurturing environment offers a foundation of academic excellence with a wide range of extracurricular activities. The Project Lead the Way (STEM) Science, Technology, Engineering and Math curriculum starts in kindergarten and expands through the middle school years. The school hosts 17 athletic teams with students having the opportunity to participate on the sports team of their choice. The extensive arts program offers visual arts, chorus, beginning, in1750 E. Oakland Park Blvd. termediate and advanced band, musical Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334 theater, flute choir and steel drum band. After school and summer programs are 954.563.1241 available.
-Grades: PK1 - 8th -Denomination: Episcopal -Tuition Range: $6,500 - $18,550 -Students: 400 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 10:1
FUSION ACADEMY Fusion Academy Boca Raton is a revolutionary, accredited private middle and high school where all classes are oneto-one: one student and one teacher per classroom. This allows us to personalize curriculum for each student’s individual strengths, interests, and learning style. From algebra to yoga and everything in between, there are over 250 classes to choose from at essential, college-prep, and honors levels. Customized scheduling allows students to enroll and take classes at times that work for them. Students may enroll full time, take a class for credit, or 5050 Conference Way N. utilize our tutoring services. Ask about our summer programming! Boca Raton, FL 33431
-Grades: 6th - 12th -Denomination: None -Tuition Range: $45,000 - $50,000 -Students: 25 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 1:1
-Grades: Undergraduate & Graduate Programs -Denomination: Non-denominational -Tuition Range: $27,900 - $29,100 -Students: 1,400 -Student-Teacher Ratio: Low Ratio 561.912.1211 EvergladesUniversity.edu
Everglades University offers unique academic programs with a “No Hassle” approach. We combine small class sizes, a curriculum delivery model that is one class at a time. Industry experts evaluate our degree programs so that our curriculum is consistently up-to-date and in accordance with industry standards. US News and World Report has named Everglades University one of the Best Regional Colleges in the South for the year 2018. Everglades University is a not-for-profit university, accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Everglades University is also a member of the Independent Colleges and Universities of Florida (ICUF).
GRANDVIEW PREPARATORY SCHOOL -Grades: Early Childhood - 12th -Denomination: Independent -Tuition Range: $12,500 - $21,000 -Students: 270 -Student-Teacher Ratio: Avg. 8:1 336 Spanish River Blvd. NW Boca Raton, FL 33431 561.416.9737 grandviewprep.net
Grandview offers student-centered programs with an emphasis on character development and service. Students, age 3 through Grade 12, enjoy a safe, nurturing, and challenging program including innovative curricular projects, a nationally recognized arts program in visual and performing arts, and a top-ranked athletic program boasting the area’s best coaches. A personalized college counseling program is available to grades 9-12, with graduates accepted to top-tier colleges and universities nationwide and internationally. NEW campus opening in West Boca in fall 2019! Now enrolling!
PINE CREST SCHOOL BOCA RATON -Grades: PreK - 8th -Denomination: All-Faith -Tuition Range: $21,770 - $29,380 -Students: 868 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 9:1 2700 St. Andrews Blvd. Boca Raton, FL 33434 561.852.2800 pinecrest.edu
Pine Crest School is best known for our strong tradition, innovative curriculum, and vast array of extracurricular activities. Our school’s mission is to offer a challenging academic experience complemented by excellence in the arts and athletics; to develop the character, independence, and leadership of each student; and to provide a collaborative learning community that prepares students to meet the global challenges of the future. Our Boca Raton campus serves students in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade who then attend Upper School on our Fort Lauderdale campus where they continue to learn how to navigate their futures with adaptability, intellectual vigor, sustainability, cultural sophistication, and independent leadership.
SAINT JOHN PAUL II ACADEMY -Grades: 9th - 12th -Denomination: Catholic -Tuition Range: $13,450 -Students: 400 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 14:1 4001 N. Military Trail Boca Raton, FL 33431 561.314.2100 sjpii.net
Saint John Paul II Academy is a college preparatory Catholic high school in the tradition of Saint John Baptist de La Salle. We have a diverse and talented student body that comes to the Academy for not only a strong college preparatory program but for our active spiritual life and comprehensive cocurricular programs as well. Within our Lasallian tradition, we strive for excellence in all programs and work to enable the spiritual, academic, artistic, and physical development of each student. We teach tolerance, sensitivity, concern for the poor, justice, peace, and responsibility while welcoming students of all beliefs and backgrounds.
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At Advent School, we work in partnership with families to create CONFIDENT, COMPASSIONATE, CAPABLE, CHRISTIAN LEADERS who will not only succeed in life, but will make a difference in the world. Advent combines rigorous academics with character development in a nurturing and safe environment. Advent’s innovative programs for Infants through 8th Grade include Dual Language and Emergent Reader programs for PreK students, STEM enrichment for Elementary students, a competitive robotics program for Middlte School, integrated technology programs and Spanish for all ages, and more. Advent also provides opportunities in fine arts, music, drama, and athletics. Middle School 300 Yamato Rd. athletic teams have reached and State and NaBoca Raton, FL 33431 tional levels. Advent’s aftercare and camp programs offer a variety of engaging activities and 561.395.3631 classes, and the Early Childhood AdventSchoolBoca.org extra-curricular School participates in the VPK program.
-Grades: Infants - 8th -Denomination: Christian/Lutheran -Tuition Range: $3,500 - $9,100 -Students: 400 -Student-Teacher Ratio: Low Ratio
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-Denomination: None -Tuition Range: $29,750 - $35,000 -Students: 60-75 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 3:1
Space of Mind (SOM) is a boutique educational experience, designed for our modern, social world. We provide a creative, flexible and personalized educational environment that fosters social, emotional and academic growth for all kinds of learners, including children, parents, adults, families and educators. In addition to full-time schoolhouse programming, SOM also offers private and group coaching, home school advisory services, student learning assessments, and afterschool and camp programs.
SPANISH RIVER CHRISTIAN SCHOOL -Grades: Pre3’s - 8th -Denomination: Presbyterian -Tuition Range: $3,623 - $9,674 -Students: 525 -Student-Teacher Ratio: Low
Accredited by Christian Schools of Florida and Middle States Association; a ministry of Spanish River Church, educating the whole child, spiritually, academically and socially; challenging curriculum; state-ofthe-art technology, Intelligent Classroom systems, wireless network, 1.1 mobile devices in middle school, computer labs; competitive robotics; video productions; interscholastic sports; band, chorus, drama; character-building programs; after school enrichment. We are enriching minds, engaging hearts and empowering leaders to impact the world for Christ.
102 N. Swinton Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33444 561.894.8772 • myspaceofmind.com
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ST. PAUL LUTHERAN SCHOOL
-Grades: PreK3 - 8th -Denomination: Lutheran -Tuition Range: $4,332 - $10,602 -Students: 380 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 18:1 701 W. Palmetto Park Rd. Boca Raton 561.395.8548 cyberfalcon.com
For over 50 years, St. Paul has been an accredited traditional Christian school in east Boca Raton. St. Paul offers leveled Reading and Math groups, art, music, band, advanced technology, physical education, Spanish, as well as STEM in grades 6-8. Our extra-curricular sports programs often excel to state and national levels. Our Early Childhood Program is nurturing and provides flexibility with days and times. After school care and summer camp are available. Our Parent Teacher League offers many opportunities for parents to be involved. We would love your family to join our family!
-Grades: 2 yrs. old - 8th -Denomination: Non-denominational -Tuition Range: $9,459 - $20,670 -Students: 321 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 14:1 101 NW 22 Street Delray Beach, FL 33444 561.276.4414 UnitySchool.com
Unity School offers an outstanding Montessori preschool, and a superior academic and individualized program for naturally inquisitive and exceptionally bright students grades K-8. Customized classes include the sciences, languages, music, band, visual arts and more. Our 21st century technology includes laptops, iPads and interactive white boards with one of the first TV production/computer labs for middle school students county-wide. Key components of our accredited school are community service, leadership skills, family values and character development. Physical education and championship intramural sports round out our students’ personal growth. Unity School: Empowering Children and Inspiring Learning.
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While providing a safe and nurturing environment, Grandview emphasizes: - School-life balance by supporting the student’s passions, both inside and out of school - Student-centered learning - Timeless ethics with modern thought
NEW West Boca campus opening in Fall 2019! Now enrolling! 336 Spanish River Blvd. NW | Boca Raton, FL 33431 | 561.416.9737 | www.grandviewprep.net Grandview Preparatory School admits students of any race, color, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.
ALL SAINTS CATHOLIC SCHOOL
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All Saints Catholic School is the first inter-parochial school in the Diocese of Palm Beach educating students in Pre-Kindergarten through eighth grade. Technology, including the 1:1 iPad program, is an integral tool in learning at All Saints. The school is committed to developing responsible citizens by promoting academic, athletic and artistic success and preparing students for high school and beyond. All Saints encourages students to open their hearts to the Lord, their minds to learning, and their talents toward service to others. We were ranked 1759 Indian Creek Pkwy. #13 middle school in all Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties by Private Schools Jupiter, FL 33458 Guide of South Florida. 561.748.8994
-Grades: PreK4 - 8th -Denomination: Roman Catholic -Tuition Range: $7,650 - $9,570 -Students: 500
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JUPITER CHRISTIAN SCHOOL -Grades: PK2 - 12th -Denomination: Non-denominational -Tuition Range: $9,830 – $14,415 -Students: 836 -Student-Teacher Ratio: Upper: 10:1 Lower: 8:1 East: PK2 - 1st, 6:1
With 55 years of excellence in education, Jupiter Christian School (PK2-12) provides a Christ-centered academic program delivered by 21st century educators in a safe and nurturing environment. A leader in early learning, the East Campus (preschool-1st grade) is located just 1 mile from the West Campus. Classrooms with small group interaction and differentiated learning allow students in the Lower School (grades 2-6) to excel, while the Upper School prepares them for their post-secondary pursuits academically, socially and spiritually. Students can also participate in the award winning Fine Arts Academy or in the 37 Athletic sports teams offered, as they develop their unique gifts, talents and abilities to impact the world.
West Campus: 700 S. Delaware Blvd. • 561.746.7800 East Campus: 125 South Pennock Lane • 561.972.4521 jupiterchristian.org
CARDINAL NEWMAN HIGH SCHOOL Established in 1961, CNHS is a coed college-prep Catholic high school attracting students of all faiths from Palm Beach and Martin Counties. Students may choose to challenge themselves in the International Baccalaureate Degree Program, Advanced Placement courses, Honors classes and College-Prep classes. Challenged to continue the winning CNHS tradition, athletes participate in 15 sports. Students are exposed to a sense of religious values and family life that guides their lives long after 512 Spencer Drive graduation. The school mission is West Palm Beach, FL 33409 to educate the whole person – mind, body and spirit. 561.683.6266
-Grades: 9th-12th -Denomination: Catholic -Tuition Range: $13,000 - $15,000 -Students: 540 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 25:1
OXBRIDGE ACADEMY Oxbridge offers a unique, project-based approach to education that engages students in hands-on activities that speak to their talents and interests. One hundred percent of graduates are accepted to colleges and universities, including the Ivy League schools. Fifteen percent of the faculty have doctorate degrees, and 60 percent have master’s degrees. Signature programs include Aviation, Cambridge Scholars Program and Independent Field Research. Advanced Honors Seminar classes and 75 electives are offered. 3151 N. Military Trail A debate team, 24 sports teams and West Palm Beach, FL 33409 30 clubs are available to students. Tuition package includes laptop, meals, 561.972.9600 books and learning support. Financial oapb.org aid available.
-Grades: 9th - 12th -Denomination: Nonsectarian -Tuition Range: $33,800 -Students: 516 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 9:1
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Full-Time Schoolhouse for grades 1st - 12th • Spring, Summer & Winter Camp Afterschool, Family & Adult Programs • Individual & Group Coaching College Prep, “Adulting” & Gap Year Programs • Travel & Service-Based Learning Opportunities Homeschool Curriculum Design & Consulting • Student Learning Assessments
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PALM BEACH DAY ACADEMY
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-Grades: PK2 - 9th -Denomination: Non-Secular -Tuition Range: $13,940 - $33,530 -Students: 450 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 6:1 241 Seaview Avenue Palm Beach, FL 33480 561.832.8815 pbday.org
As the oldest independent school in Florida, Palm Beach Day Academy has grown from a cottage colony school started in 1921 into an innovative, top-ranked day school serving students from the greater Palm Beach area. The educational program, for age two through ninth grade, is dedicated to providing students with a rare combination of high expectations and nurturing support, in order to give them an enduring sense of confidence and self-esteem that can only come from substantive accomplishment. We prioritize exceptional teaching in order to create a personalized path for each student. Palm Beach Day Academy is located on two campuses 1.3 miles apart in Palm Beach and West Palm Beach. 98 percent of students are able to attend their 1st choice in secondary schools.
ST. JULIANA CATHOLIC SCHOOL -Grades: PK3 - 8th -Denomination: Roman Catholic -Tuition Range: $6,800 - $9,800 -Students: 350 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 14:1 4355 South Olive Ave. West Palm Beach 561.655.1922 SaintJuliana.org
Saint Juliana Catholic School is a faithbased community of lifelong learners in Pre-Kindergarten through eighth grade. Faculty and staff educate the whole student in mind, body and spirit, and foster an environment that prepares them for high school and a global society through the implementation of rigorous academics and the use of technology. We are a premier learning community that provides academic excellence using the most advanced technology, including a 1:1 ratio of tablets to students. The students are provided an academically challenging education which focuses on core subjects, but also includes service and an emphasis on technology. Students are holistically prepared to be active members of the Catholic community, while preparing them for the global society in which they live.
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ROSARIAN ACADEMY -Grades: Early Childhood - 8th -Denomination: Catholic -Tuition Range: $9,707 - $18,650
Offering an accelerated education, starting in our Early Childhood Montessori Program (up to 5 years) and through the Lower School (K-4th grade) and Middle School (5th-8th grade), Rosarian Academy has been committed to educating the whole person for life for over 90 years. Known for academic excellence and a (2.5% discount with cash payment) welcoming faith-centered community, Rosarian’s 21st-century curriculum is -Students: 385 enhanced with athletics, visual and performing arts, and community service -Student-Teacher opportunities. The independent CathRatio: 8:1 olic school is located on Flagler Drive in downtown West Palm Beach and is 807 North Flagler Dr. sponsored by the Adrian Dominican SisWest Palm Beach, FL 33401 ters. Bus service is offered from/to the 561.345.3106 northern, southern, eastern, and western Palm Beach County communities. rosarian.org
ST. MARK’S EPISCOPAL SCHOOL -Grades: PK2 - 8th -Denomination: Episcopal -Tuition Range: $5,591 - $17,250 -Students: 473 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 9:1 3395 Burns Road Palm Beach Gardens 561.622.1504 stmarkspbg.org
St. Mark’s offers a safe and welcoming community for children of all faiths. Educators cultivate the best in each child through nurture and challenge. Students are provided with a balanced exposure to enriched core academics as well as S.T.E.A.M. innovation initiatives, programs in world language, a variety of athletic offerings, service learning opportunities, courses in fine and performing arts, and an authentic integration of technology. A deep commitment to helping others, both in and out of school, and serving the wider community provides the cornerstone for character development. A robust after school program helps students build on their individual interests. Tours offered daily by appointment.
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ct • Courage • Morality • Kindness • Fairness rity • Compassion • Acceptance • Forgiveness ibility • Respect • Courage • Morality • Kindn rness • Integrity • Compassion • Acceptance Every child has a unique set of talents and strengths. From Early givenessChildhood • Responsibility • Respect Courage • through Upper School, we partner with parents to • discover, nurture, apply and celebrate each student’s unique gifts. y • Kindness • Fairness • Integrity Compassi nce • Forgiveness • Respect • Courage • Moral • Fairness • Integrity • Compassion • Accepta ess • Responsibility • Respect • Courage • Mor s • Fairness • Integrity • Compassion • Accept PK3-12 Co-ed Independent Day School / North Palm Beach & Palm Beach Gardens, FL thebenjaminschool.org / 561.472.3451
THE BENJAMIN SCHOOL
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-Grades: PreK3 - 12th -Denomination: Independent -Tuition Range: $11,450 - $30,650 -Students: 1,058 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 8:1
At The Benjamin School, we see a multitude of talents in each child and join with parents to discover, nurture, apply and celebrate each student’s unique gifts. Beginning with our 3-year-old program and continuing through Upper School, we offer a wide range of possibilities for students across broad horizons.
In addition to our strong academic program, the School encourages involvement in the visual, performing and creative arts and in a robust ath11000 Ellison Wilson Rd. letic program. Each year, 100% of our North Palm Beach, FL 33408 seniors are accepted into many of the nation’s most prestigious colleges and 561.472.3451 universities.
THE GREENE SCHOOL -Grades: Pre-K - 8th -Denomination: Non-Denominational -Tuition Range: $21,000 - $28,000 -Students: 100 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 1:8 2001 S. Dixie Highway West Palm Beach 561.293.2888 thegreeneschool.com
The Greene School curriculum has been specifically designed for bright, curious and joyful learners. Our core academic program consists of Literacy, Math, Social Studies, Science and Foreign Language, and is combined with our broad enrichment program of Visual Arts, Music, Computer Science, Engineering, Coding, Robotics, Physical Education, Yoga, Dance, and Mindfulness. The Greene School’s cross-curricular approach encourages critical thinking, creativity, communication, collaboration, and compassion, and provides our students with the education and tools necessary to prepare them for a dynamic world. Students whose academic needs go beyond the existing advanced curriculum are able to accelerate further, by subject or by grade, with our accelerated curriculum. Our teachers personalize students’ learning to ignite and sustain their passion for knowledge. Through an inquiry-based classroom environment, Greene School students become engaged, motivated, lifelong learners.
Educating the whole student: mind, body and spirit. Blended learning within the PK3 - 8 programs using state-of-the-art technology along with traditional methods.
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CARDINAL NEWMAN HIGH SCHOOL
BUILDING LIFE’S CHAMPIONS College Preparatory Classes offered including Honors, Advanced Placement, Dual Enrollment & International Baccalaureate Courses, 22 Championship Athletic Teams
MISSION To educate the whole person: spirit, mind, and body, and to help all students develop their God-given talents according to the gospel values of Jesus Christ. 512 Spencer Drive, West Palm Beach 33409 • cardinalnewman.com • 561.683.6266
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WEST CAMPUS Lower School (2nd-6th Grade) Upper School (7th-12th Grade) Jupiter Christian School is committed to excellence in teaching the mind, reaching the heart, and inspiring servant leaders who will impact the world for Jesus Christ.
JUPITER CHRISTIAN SCHOOL
700 S. Delaware Boulevard, Jupiter 125 S. Pennock Lane, Jupiter www.JupiterChristian.org
As we enter into our 55th year of quality Christian education in Jupiter, we are thrilled to offer engaging academic excellence at two beautiful locations. Apply today!
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Oxbridge offers a unique, project-based approach to education that engages students in hands-on activities that speak to their talents and interests.
Fifteen percent of the faculty have doctorate degrees, and 60 percent have master’s degrees.
Signature programs include Aviation, Cambridge Scholars, Independent Field Research, and Novel Writing.
One hundred percent of graduates are accepted to colleges and universities, including the Ivy League schools. American University Bucknell University Carnegie Mellon University Columbia University Cornell University Duke University Georgia Institute of Technology Georgetown University Hamilton College Massachusetts Institute of Technology New York University Northwestern University Rice University Skidmore College Sewanee: The University of the South University of Florida University of California, Berkeley University of Michigan University of Notre Dame University of Pennsylvania University of Southern California Vassar College Villanova UniversityVassar College Villanova University
Tuition package includes laptop, meals, books and learning support. Financial aid available.
Advanced Honors Seminar classes and 75 electives are offered. A debate team, 27 different sports teams and 30 clubs are available to students.
Limited Enrollment Available for 2018-2019 3151 N. Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33409 561.972.9600 | oapb.org |
An independent, co-educational secondary school that prepares students for a lifetime of success. Fully accredited by the FCIS and NAIS.
SAINT EDWARD’S SCHOOL
This premier educational community is located on a 26-acre campus on the shores of the Indian River Lagoon, complete with a Performing Arts Center, Fine Arts Center, Aquatic Complex, 2 gymnasiums, 2 libraries, multiple athletic fields and 8 interactive science labs. Spanish and Mandarin begin in the Lower School, and continue through Middle and Upper school. Recent college acceptances include Ivy League Schools and highly regarded educational institutions around the world. Call Mara Slattery at 772-492-2360 for a tour.
-Grades: PreK - 12th -Denomination: Episcopal -Tuition Range: $6,500 - $28,000 -Students: 587 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 13:1 1895 Saint Edward’s Drive Vero Beach FL 32963 772.492.2360 steds.org
THE PINE SCHOOL -Grades: K - 12th -Denomination: Non-Denominational -Tuition Range: $15,400 - $24,500
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-Students: 360 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 8:1 12350 SE Federal Hwy. Hobe Sound, FL 33455 772.675.7005 thepineschool.org
The Pine School is a college preparatory, day school that serves students Kindergarten through Grade 12 on a beautiful 142-acre campus (the largest in Florida) in Hobe Sound. Highlights include students being selected for the prestigious Lemelson-MIT InvenTeam Grant (the only school in Florida), an award-winning Arts Program with students being selected as Best Visual Artist at the mARTies Awards and for national photography exhibits, a thriving K-5 program that focuses on creative problem solving, and Athletics with numerous teams competing at the Regional & State level. The Pine School also boasts Personalized Digital Portfolios to track growth and success – an excellent tool to complement our College Counseling Program that has seen 92% of our graduates receive acceptance to their top-choice college.
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JUPITER COUNTRY CLUB | $1,745,000 6BR + Office | 3 CG | Golf & Lake Views
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OCEANSIDE REGENCY WITH BEACHFRONT CABANA This northend waterfront home is a classic example of an “elegant beach house.” Beautiful ocean vistas from very spacious rooms with elevated ceilings which create great volume. Four plus bedrooms with six and two half baths built around a very private pool area. Outstanding direct oceanfront parcel with large cabana and bath. $16,900,000
STUNNING LAKEFRONT RESIDENCE A truly pristine landmarked lakefront residence with bike trail access and deepwater dock. Four bedrooms plus staff or additional guest quarters, separate from main living spaces. Tasteful appointments throughout this lovely waterfront home which is ready for immediate enjoyment. $11,850,000 select furnishings available separately.
AMAZING LAKEFRONT REGENCY A wonderful Clarence Mack French regency with stunning views of the waterway. Several beautiful interior renovations have been completed and the house is ready for immediate use. Five bedrooms plus staff accommodations in a lovely and tranquil island setting. $8,850,000
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Frenchman’s Harbor | 4608 AC SF | 4|4.2|3 | Waterfront
Prado New Construction | 3714 AC SF |4|5.1|3
Mystic Cove | 4799 AC SF | 5|5|4
Admirals Cove | 7368 AC SF | 5|6.1|4 | Expansive Wide Waterviews $2.495M
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Jupiter Inlet Colony | 4200 AC SF | 4|4.1|2
2 Acres East of I-95 | 5000 AC SF | 5|5.1|3
New Construction to be built | 3400 AC SF | 4|4.1|2
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Ibis Golf and Country Club | 5-BR, 5.5-BA | $4,195,000 | Approx. 10,638sf | Celebrating expansive golf and water views with approx. 247 feet of water frontage, this is one of the most breathtaking pieces of property throughout all of Palm Beach County.
Seawall’s Point | 5-BR, 5.5-BA | $2,450,000 | Approx. 4,806sf | Enjoy spectacular sunsets on approx. 2 acres from this gated enclave with majestic mature oak trees and captivating tropical foliage
WHAT OUR CLIENTS ARE SAYING “Doing business with the two of you is the best of both worlds. Heather, your knowledge of the real estate market and your long experience in the building industry are a great compliment to the real estate search process. Craig, your extensive insights into the golf market and the financial aspects of real estate were invaluable in helping me make my home choice. I found visiting many of the high end golf communities with you to be extremely helpful, and your knowledge of each was really impressive.” - John A. Reid
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5481 Pennock Point Road · $7,390,000 5481 Pennock Road · $7,390,000 1.7 ·· 170 Along Loxahatchee River 1.7 Acres Acres 170 Feet FeetPoint Along the the Loxahatchee River 1.7 Acres · 170 Feet Along the Loxahatchee River
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Winning a national championship at Florida State was: awesome. We won a state championship at Dwyer in high school, and then we won a national championship in college. All 22 of our starters from that Florida State team made it to the NFL. That’s a very special team.
The first thing I thought about when I received the call that the Buffalo Bills were drafting me was: that my dream of playing in the NFL was coming true. Then I thought about how different it was going to be playing football outside of Florida for the first time in my life, and how I was going to one of the coldest places I’d ever been. I’m very happy to be back in the warm weather of Miami now.
People might be surprised to know that life in the NFL is: filled with very long days. I’m in the building at 6 a.m., then I’m working out before the 8 a.m. team meeting. After that,
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For me, the best thing about the off-season is that I get to: hunt, play golf, hang out with the guys outside of football, spend time with the family and have home-cooked meals at home. And being back home in Florida means I can now choose when I want to travel to cold weather.
Being the grandson of golf great Jack Nicklaus means: that I see him differently than everyone else does. He’s just my grandfather, just like everyone else who has a grandfather. But everyone else sees him as the greatest golfer of all time. When I went to the Masters, it really put into perspective for me how much he means to people and to the entire world of golf.
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After winning state championships in football and lacrosse at William T. Dwyer High School in Palm Beach Gardens, O’Leary headed to Tallahassee to play football at Florida State. During a celebrated collegiate career he was named a consensus All-American, won the John Mackey Award as college football’s most outstanding tight end, and set FSU’s all-time record for most career receptions by a tight end, all while winning three conference championships and the final BCS National Championship in 2014. In the 2015 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills selected O’Leary and he played three seasons with the team prior to joining the Miami Dolphins in 2018. An avid outdoorsman who especially enjoys hunting and playing golf, O’Leary currently resides in Jupiter Farms.
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March 1 Last year’s Kravis Center Gala attendees Jim and Irene Karp
MARCH 1 Kravis Center Gala; 6 p.m.; Kravis Center; Ticket prices vary; kravis.org MARCH 2 Maltz Jupiter Theatre Goldner Conservatory of Performing Arts Awards Luncheon; noon; Jupiter Beach Resort and Spa; $75; jupitertheatre.org MARCH 2 Friends Of MacArthur Beach State Park NatureScaping: An Outdoor Festival; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; John D. MacArthur Beach State Park; free; macarthurbeach.org
MARCH 6 Alpert Jewish Family Service ‘No Excuse for Abuse’ Luncheon featuring Gloria Allred; noon; Kravis Center Cohen Pavilion; $200; alpertjfs.org MARCH 7 Palm Beach Fellowship of Christians & Jews Fellowship Dinner; 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $250/members, $325/non-members; palmbeachfellowship.net MARCH 7 Planned Parenthood of South, East and North Florida ‘The Palm Beach Dinner Dance’; 7 p.m.; Norton Museum of Art; $800; ppsenfl.org MARCH 8 Dress for Success Palm Beaches Style for Hope Luncheon; 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; Kravis Center Cohen Pavilion; $125; palmbeaches.dressforsuccess.org
MARCH 2 Palm Beach Opera Gala ‘An Evening with Matthew Polenzani’; 6:30 p.m.; Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa; $1,000; pbopera.org
MARCH 8 Place of Hope ‘Hope Bash’; 6:30 p.m.; The Breakers; $500; placeofhope.com
MARCH 2 JDRF Greater Palm Beach’s One Walk West Palm Beach/Treasure Coast; 9 a.m.; Meyer Amphitheatre; free; jdrf.org
MARCH 9 Big Dog Ranch Rescue Wine, Women & Shoes; 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.; The Mar-a-Lago Club; $350, $5,000/table; bdrr.org
MARCH 3 Autism Speaks Walk; 9 a.m.; Meyer Amphitheatre; by donation; autismspeakswalk.org
MARCH 9 Vita Nova Mallets & Martinis; 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.; National Croquet Center; $150; vitanovainc.org
MARCH 9 TO 10 Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce’s Medical Center Art Fest by the Sea; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; A1A in Juno Beach; free; pbnchamber.com
MARCH 19 1 KidSanctuary Campus 1000 Wishes Luncheon and Fashion Show; 11 a.m.; Mar-a-Lago Club; $250; kidsanctuarycampus.org
MARCH 10 Hanley Foundation Family Picnic; 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.; National Croquet Center; Ticket prices vary; hanleyfoundation.org
MARCH 21 Lunafest; 6 p.m.; Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Auditorium FAU Jupiter; $250; fau.edu/osherjupiter
MARCH 13 Michael Tougias’ ‘Untold Story of the Cuban Missile Crisis’; 1:30 p.m. The Society of the Four Arts; free; michaeltougias.com MARCH 14 Literacy Coalition of Palm Beach County Love of Literacy Luncheon; 11:30 a.m.; Kravis Center; $150/luncheon, $300/reception with speaker; literacypbc.org MARCH 14 Heart & Soul Gala; 7 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; actorsfund.org/heartandsoul2019 MARCH 14 Irish Tenor Emmet Cahill; 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church; Tickets from $30; emmetcahill.com/tour-dates MARCH 15 Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery & School Plein Air Festival VIP Collectors’ Party 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery; Ticket prices vary; lighthousearts.org MARCH 16 ‘Passenger: A Global Journey’; 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Center for Creative Education; $10; cceflorida.org
MARCH 22 Brooke USA Sunset Polo & White Party; 5:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.; The Wanderers Club; Tickets from $100; brookeusaevents.org MARCH 23 Loggerhead Marinelife Center TurtleFest; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Loggerhead Marinelife Center; free; marinelife.org MARCH 24 FoundCare Inc. À Votre Santé (To Your Health) Gala; 6 p.m.; Club Colette; $345; foundcare.org MARCH 29 Concert in the Court featuring Samantha Russell; 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Downtown at the Gardens Center Court; free; downtownatthegardens.com MARCH 30 The Benjamin School Bash Gala; 7 p.m.; BallenIsles Country Club; $350; thebenjaminschool.org MARCH 30 Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Palm Beach Songwriters in the Round; 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Lucky Old Sun Ranch; $200; cff.org/palmbeach
Note: Dates and times may change. Please contact the individual organization for the most up-to-date information.
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ANN NORTON SCULPTURE GARDENS EVENING IN THE GARDENS
THE CAUSE: Surrounded by Ann Norton’s and Gino Miles’ sculptures, more than 250 donors and art lovers enjoyed a cocktail reception, which featured a ceremony presenting Christine Aylward with the Ann Norton Award for Philanthropy. PHOTOS BY CAPEHART
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1. Christine and Bill Aylward 2. Cynthia Kanai, Susan Wright, Frances Fisher, Christine Aylward and Diane McNeal 3. Beth Farris and Leslie Dashiell 4. Frances and Jeff Fisher 5. Richard and Martha Glasser with Iris Apfel
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KIDSANCTUARY CAMPUS GILDED HOLIDAY HOEDOWN THE CAUSE: Supporters were invited to Flagler Museum for the annual event to kick off the 1000 Wishes Campaign, which made a difference in the lives of local foster care children. PHOTOS BY PRECIOUS MOMENTS PHOTOGRAPHY
1. Gerald Sprayregen and Laura DiBello 2. Carla and Nick Pisani 3. Peter and Debra Tornaben with Dave Aronberg 4. Steve and Laurie Raber Gottlieb with Donna Peters and Tom Flynn 5. Eunice Lee and Jeff Gehrilch
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SOUTHERN NIGHTS SOIRÉE
THE CAUSE: In partnership with Chris Allen Realty, guests were invited to a one-of-a-kind home tour featuring three luxury homes varied in styles. Each themed house featured live music, hors d’ oeuvres, cocktails and more. PHOTOS BY CHASIN’ A DREAM PHOTOGRAPHY 3 4
1. Cristine Clements, Abel Oria and Luz Heine 2. Kelly and Phil Braunsten 3. Chris Alan Heine Jr. and Greg Forest 4. Leah Carey and Caleb Ahmed 5. Ely Arroyo and Richard Alba
BEACH BASH PALM BEACH
More than 600 philanthropic influencers attended the tropical event at The Beach Club on Palm Beach. The fête is Lilly Pulitzer’s largest annual charity event and raised funds for The Sea Turtle Hospital at Loggerhead Marinelife Center. PHOTOS BY TRACEY BENSON PHOTOGRAPHY
1. Shalimar Lavonia and Kelly Cashmere 2. Eleni McCready, Lilly Leas Ferreira and Michelle Kelly 3. Susan Magrino Dunning and Jack E. Lighton 4. Lynne and Pete Wells 5. Giovanni Di Stadio and Jack E. Lighton
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CANCER ALLIANCE OF HELP & HOPE COCKTAIL RECEPTION
THE CAUSE: Supporters gathered at Jimmy Choo in Palm Beach for a special event in association with the 2019 Shop The Day Away chairs and committee members. Guests perused the Jimmy Choo 2019 Cruise Collection. 3
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1. Gloria Herman and Gabriel Licko 2. Janet Levy and Chris Cox 3. Guy Clark and Harrison Morgan 4. Cynthia Martin, Stanton Collemer and Carole Martin 5. Barbara Zand and DeAnne Hutchison
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KRAVIS CENTER DRESS CIRCLE DINNER DANCE THE CAUSE: Dress Circle members were honored at a Dinner Dance at the Kravis Center with more than 400 supporters in attendance. The highlight of the evening was a presentation on the “Kravis 2020: The Future Is Now” campaign. PHOTOS BY CAPEHART
1. Gail Meyer Asarch and Jim Satovsky 2. Mike and Colleen Bracci 3. Judy and Jim Mitchell 4. Aggie and Jeff Stoops 5. Jay Bauer and Eileen Berman
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‘IMAGINE THE POSSIBILITIES’ LUNCHEON
THE CAUSE: The Jewish Women’s Foundation of the Greater Palm Beaches hosted its annual luncheon at the Kravis Center’s Cohen Pavilion, which raised more than $140,000 with nearly 300 guests in attendance. PHOTOS BY TRACEY BENSON PHOTOGRAPHY 3 4
1. Carla Schwartz, Jill Rosenstein, Peggy Schwartz, Ellen Wedner and Gail McKay 2. Dave Aronberg and Jennifer Kryshka 3. Hope Silverman, Lynn Kaston and Maureen Klein 4. Cara Fishbein, Maxine Marks and Sydelle Sonkin 5. Devin Krauss, Katie Prince, Eileen Berman and Jay Bauer
LIFE’S SILVER JUBILEE LADY IN RED GALA
THE CAUSE: Lois Pope and Leaders in Furthering Education hosted the 25th anniversary Red Gala at The Breakers Palm Beach. Guests enjoyed live performances by singer Diana Ross, Las Vegas comedian Rita Rudner and the Danny Beck Band. PHOTOS BY CAPEHART
1. Florence Seiler with Frank and Bjaye Pilotte 2. Diana Ross and Lois Pope 3. Larry Strickland and Naomi Judd 4. Denise Rizzuto and Erika Rizzuto 5. Robin Ganzert and Candy Spelling
here is a man who once ran for president who is only remembered today because he once ran for president. Although he did not say it at the time, it was later revealed that he knew he did not have an Afghan’s chance of being elected, but he ran because he thought it would double his speaking fees. In the current political context, that is about as good a reason as any for the many people we never heard of who are exploring a run for the nation’s highest office. Almost all the unknowns are Democrats, which suggests they think that after the present occupant, anybody can be elected. With a few exceptions, these people have not formally announced. They simply say they are exploring the possibility of running because so many people tell them they could make America great again. We also cynically suspect they figure they could also get some campaign contributions, which they will figure out a way to use in the next city council race. Not to speak of speaking fees. Part of the lure of exploring higher office is that these would-be candidates always seem to get immediate recognition. As this rant was being prepared, the Miami Herald reported that among the unknowns who are exploring running for president is the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, a place nobody has ever heard of unless you follow college football. His name is Pete Buttigieg, and the Herald reported that he “received a full day of coverage from cable news networks and plenty of ink from news outlets when he announced that he was launching an exploratory committee this month.” The Herald also wrote that closer to home, Wayne Messam, the little-known mayor of Miramar, a town in western 144
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Broward County, is testing the water. This man is little remembered as a player on Florida State’s 1993 championship football team. To be accurate, the report said he is “pondering” entering the race. Pondering is a preliminary step before actually “exploring” the idea of a candidacy. ccordingly, we are pondering exploring the idea of exploring entering this crowded field, largely because everyone seems to want a fresh face, no matter how ill qualified, and we think we could make the country great again and attract some nice campaign contributions to boot. We are a rigid conservative, believe firmly in the constitution and its original intent, even if we don’t know what that intent was. We also believe in the nine commandments. The only one we doubt is the one against stealing. Searching for something to set us apart from the many others seeking contributions to explore a run for the highest office, it occurs that we were almost born to explore. Both our high
school and college were nicknamed the Explorers. It seems that back in the 1920s a Philadelphia sports writer thought schools named La Salle (there is one in Miami) were named after the man who claimed the Mississippi River for France. That would be René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle (Bobby for short). He has a nice street named for him in Chicago. However, the schools are named for St. Jean-Baptiste de La Salle, founder of the Christian Brothers religious order, who came up with the idea of educating disadvantaged boys— a group into which we fit naturally. That by itself should get us the support of liberals. We also favor Medicare and higher education for all. In fact, everything should be free, including cocktails in South Florida bars. That way we would not need to pay for anything and could do away with taxes. That should be popular with those with unearned income of $1 million or more a year. And those are the same people who ponder ways to blow their money and tend to support hopeless candidates just because they exist. Finally, we will devoutly work to take money out of politics, with the exception of campaign financing. We would explore means of controlling the pernicious influence of money, with graduated tax exemptions for contributions to those pondering, exploring and ultimately actually running for the highest office in the land. We can’t speak for all the other candidates, but we can assure our supporters that if we got enough money for merely pondering and exploring a race for the top, we would withdraw gracefully, and leave the world as the perfect place we know today. gulfstreammediagroup.com
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