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HOLIDAY WISH LIST Curated gift ideas for your favorite person

CULINARY ADVENTURES Tour this year’s Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival

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When your real estate agent won’t invite you to meet their marketing team, there likely isn’t one. When you visit Waterfront Properties corporate office it will be obvious that Waterfront is as much a marketing firm with expert knowledge and a budget to focus on a sale of your property as it is a real estate brokerage.

The Waterfront Advantage

Email Marketing Team

The last word that could ever be used to describe Waterfront Properties is ordinary. At Waterfront’s marketing headquarters, a diligent and enthusiastic staff works handin-hand with real estate agents. Together, they collaborate to expertly market their sellers’ properties and reach buyers all over the world. Don’t assume this is the norm in every real estate office.

Through use of email marketing, Waterfront is able to communicate directly with thousands of potential buyers looking for properties similar to your home’s location and price range. Waterfront’s agents often know about properties before they are on the market which allows buyers to hear about them before they appear in MLS.

David Abernathy, Business Manager at Waterfront, says “my colleagues at other brokerages are envious of Waterfront’s 20+ person marketing team because we don’t need to outsource key marketing projects.” The company’s dedicated marketing budget provides the marketing team with the most up-to-date marketing technology, equipment and strategies. How? Here is a glimpse behind the scenes…

Photo Expertise/ Graphic Design Team In the digital arena, Waterfront’s in-house photographers, graphic designers and photo editors are highly trained and work with agents to understand home features that buyers are looking for. Then the team is able to highlight the best features of sellers’ properties in all marketing materials. Using specific, proven strategies, they’re able to captivate buyers’ interest with photos and designs that make an impact.

Internet/SEO/Social Media Team In today’s world of digital giants like Amazon and Facebook, Waterfront knows the importance of web dominance. With a dedicated team focusing on the Internet and digital marketing, Waterfront’s websites consistently appear at the top of Google. Their sellers’ properties are promoted on thousands of local, national and international real estate websites and social media channels, creating maximum online exposure for homes to the right audiences all over the world.

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Waterfront’s team of production specialists and graphic designers collaborate to create high quality marketing materials such as brochures, postcards, local publications and special mail pieces. Their massive, industrial-sized printer allows the team to create all materials in-house and in a timely fashion. Behind the scenes, the marketing team assists Waterfront agents to solely focus on quickly connecting sellers and buyers. Owners/Brokers from many other areas have come to Waterfront to learn from Rob Thomson, Waterfront’s managing partner, about how the marketing team is able to free up agents’ time to focus entirely on finding buyers for their sellers’ properties. When deciding to sell or buy property, Waterfront invites you to visit their marketing headquarters to meet with Thomson and the marketing team. They promise it will be anything but ordinary.

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departments 14 PUBLISHER’S LETTER

Words from Donna Lewis

16 GUIDE TO DECEMBER

Celebrate holiday happenings

20 BEAUTY

Accessorize your style with nail art trends

22 STYLE FILE

Packing essentials for a winter getaway

24 JEWELRY

Emphasize your features with body-based jewelry

26 BOUTIQUE BUZZ

Decorative global goods are the specialties of Casa Gusto

34 NOMAD’S NOTEBOOK

Witness the beauty of Madeira during a stay at Savoy Palace

114 SPOTLIGHT

Flavor-filled dishes await at Fern Street Wine Bar & Kitchen

116 COCKTAIL HOUR Meet two-time Olympic gold medalist Kayla Harrison over drinks with Josh Cohen

121 SOCIAL CALENDAR

Must-attend events

122 SCENE + HEARD

Were you at the hottest events this season?

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32 MOVEMENT IMPROVEMENT

Tripp and Carmen Eldridge manage South Florida’s only community-sustained five-acre farm, Arden.

Yoga instructor Mary Veal teaches classes anyone can participate in, no matter the skill level or physical limitation.

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67 GIFT GUIDE

Meet the influencers of Palm Beach County.

Six Palm Beachers share their most luxurious gift ideas for the holidays.

52 DIVINE FINDS

90 WINE AND DINE

Set the tone for your home with contemporary, beach, rustic or vintage décor.

Discover the new additions to this year’s Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival.

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he term “influencer marketing” wasn’t around when I graduated from the University of Florida in 1990. Of course, inventions like the “internet” and “social media” weren’t either. The “network of networks” came soon after I graduated with my marketing degree, and of course, the rest is a high-speed technological train that changed the world as we know it. We can now obtain our news, entertainment and trending pop culture through a myriad of multimedia platforms. Long before hashtags, tweets, followers, profiles, posts, streams, blogs and Snapchats were around, print media and magazines were the original influencers of taste, style, home décor, body ideals and purchasing decisions. Thankfully, city regional magazines still serve an important purpose, and studies show this ole “O.G.” will be influencing decisions long after the next invention has come and gone. Anyone can be an “influencer” these days and promotional lines are often blurred online, so we’ve gone old-school and featured real-life people, who can actually be seen in our real-life communities, who have had real influences on our physical world. Check out several Influencers of Palm Beach County on page 38 and see how they’ve made breakthroughs, developed opportunities, broadened horizons and bettered our communities. To make your holiday shopping easier—because let’s face it, we all love advice from a good influencer—we’ve asked six locals who are in-the-know to curate unique gifts for the discerning people on your wish list. From the host to the sartorialist to the jetsetter, they provide their picks for holiday gift-giving on page 67. One notto-be-missed event for real-life fun is the 13th annual Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival Dec. 12 to 15. More than 45 renowned chefs will dazzle your taste buds at this four-day foodie fest, including six new events this year. Choose from the Beef N Bourbon Experience, SPICE, One Caribbean Night, The First Bite, Master Taste, Porch BBQ and Southern Revival to light up your senses. Enjoy, have a great holiday season and we look forward to being your old fashioned influencer for years to come!

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FITTEAM PALM BEACHES MARATHON

Enjoy a weekend full of fitness with the FITTEAM Palm Beaches Marathon. From Dec. 6 to 8, the 16th annual three-day event consists of a marathon, half-marathon, marathon relay, 10K and 5K. Alongside the race, enjoy a health and wellness expo, and take in the gorgeous waterfront views West Palm Beach has to offer. (Tickets from $40; runsignup.com)

On Dec. 21, immerse yourself in the last 125 years of local history with landmark stops and stories during the GreenMarket Quasquicentennial Walking Tour. The tour begins at 10 a.m. by the banyan tree on the east end of Clematis Street and ends at the Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum. ($10; 561.832.4164, ext. 2)

3 HOLIDAY BOAT PARADE Get in the holiday spirit with the Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade on Dec. 7. Marvel at boats decked out with dancing lights and endless holiday decorations. The parade floats down the Intracoastal Waterway from the North Palm Beach Marina to the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum. (Free; marinepbc.org/boat-parade.cfm)

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Experience South Florida’s winter wonderland when West Palm Beach turns into “Sandi Land.” Sandi, the world’s only 35-foottall tree made from 700 tons of sand and 5,000 string lights will be lit on Dec. 5 and last through Jan. 1 with exciting activities and events. Meet and greet Santa and Mrs. Claus; visit SnowieVille for face painting and other kid’s activities; purchase gifts at the Holiday Boutique inside the Lake Pavilion; play nine holes of Glow Fore It Mini Golf; and more. (Free; thepalmbeaches.com)

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Wine down this holiday season with the Busch Wildlife Sanctuary during its holiday fundraising event “Wine in the Wild” on Dec. 7. Indulge in wine and food tastings, music and a silent auction at the Sanctuary along with its animal ambassadors. The annual event raises awareness and funds for the Sanctuary’s wildlife rehabilitation and environmental education. ($60; buschwildlife.org)

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GEORGE BALANCHINE’S ‘THE NUTCRACKER’

Experience the magic of “The Nutcracker” from Dec. 27 to 29 at the Kravis Center. Journey with the Miami City Ballet as its holiday spectacular transports you to a magical world of toy soldiers, colorful characters and the dazzling “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy,” with a live orchestra performing the music of Tchaikovsky. (Tickets from $30; kravis.org)

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On Dec. 14, jingle all the way to Abacoa Community Park in Jupiter for the family-friendly holiday extravaganza, “There’s Snow Place Like Jupiter.” From meeting Santa and making holiday crafts with the kids, to enjoying delicious food trucks and playing in “snow,” there’s something for the whole family. (Free; jupiter.fl.us)

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Indulge In Delicious Seasonal Offerings At Eau Palm Beach’s Angle Restaurant Chef Matthew Gale has brought a culinary vision to life with the new “Leap of Faith” seasonal menu at Eau Palm Beach Resort and Spa’s Angle restaurant. Journey through delectable farm-to-table dishes in this multi-course dinner experience, from a fresh apple salad to flaky Florida snapper to a creamy, deconstructed Key lime pie. The deliciously divine blend of creativity, aesthetics and quality ingredients makes this seasonal offering one that you absolutely cannot miss out on. Before dinner, slide over to Angle’s new dimly lit pop-up concept, Bubbles & Bourbon Bar, for specialty cocktails— such as a Michter’s Manhattan—paired with light bites in a speakeasy setting. For more details, visit jupitermag.com.

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Zoo Lights, Wild Nights On various nights throughout December, head to the Palm Beach Zoo from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. for its first year of being illuminated with more than one million eco-friendly lights.

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Holiday Boat Parade Rooftop festivities await at Harbourside Place in Jupiter for the 2019 Holiday Boat Parade on Dec. 7. Meet and greet furry friends and enjoy plenty of food, drinks, raffles, live music and fireworks all while relishing the views of the parade.

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Holidays at The Station Unleash all of your holiday cheer at Elizabeth Ave Station’s holiday extravaganza on Dec. 14. Indulge in your favorite foods, unlimited adult beverages, live music and fun decorations.

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JTAA Christmas Parade Join the Jupiter Tequesta Athletic Association for its annual Christmas parade on Dec. 8. Themed “A Cartoon Christmas,” enjoy festive floats and holiday entertainment, jolly music and, of course, a visit from Santa.

ADOPT-A-FAMILY TREE LIGHTING CELEBRATION On Dec. 3, join Adopt-A-Family of the Palm Beaches for its 35th annual Tree Lighting Celebration. The holiday island tradition will take place at Sailfish Club in Palm Beach. Festivities will kick off with live entertainment and a silent auction, followed by a gourmet holiday dinner and an exciting live auction. The lighting of the Adopt-A-Family’s Angel Tree is the pinnacle of the night, which is lit to honor the donors and partners whose giving has helped thousands of homeless families and those in crisis. Read more at jupitermag.com.

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Ugly Sweater 5K Dress in your ugliest holiday sweater on Dec. 7 for the inaugural Ugly Sweater 5K Fun Run and Family Fun Fest at Okeeheelee Park. Benefitting the AIM Foundation, the Family Fun Fest will also feature food vendors, kids activities, Santa and more.

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Embrace one of the season’s hottest beauty trends—that’s right, nail art—at one of these nail emporiums where playful, “let’s-get-the-party-started” manicures reign. By Kerry Shorr

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t Alyssa Did My Nails, a pint-sized nail emporium tucked inside Vino Salon Studios in Boca Raton, customers book weeks in advance for the longlasting manicures owner Alyssa Sullivan embellishes with hand-drawn art (stencils and stickers are never used). Designs are usually brainstormed a day in advance, and nail art appointments average an hour and fifteen minutes, but may take longer if extra detail is required. The self-taught nail vet excels at intricate art and painting tiny characters. Gel manicures with nail art range from $60 to $120. 2100 N. Federal Highway, Boca Raton; 561.702.8492; @alyssadidmynails Featured Trend: Negative space. Nails were painted black at an angle then topped with varying lines and shapes in a bright white polish. The background is clear, which Sullivan says is great for growing out nails.

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Featured Trend: Marble. White polish was applied to a teal gel polish then smudged to create a marbled effect. Delicate, gold embellishments were then adhered and finished with a glossy topcoat.

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ighly skilled in the subtle nuances of nail art, Margate’s Fresh+Filed owner Melissa Robillard favors an abstract look, which doesn’t require perfection and allows her talent to shine through. An advocate of ongoing education, she enjoys testing out new techniques and products and encourages her clients to bring in inspirational imagery of nail art sourced from Pinterest or Instagram. Sessions include a chat about achieving optimal nail health. Expect an additional 15 to 20 minutes for nail art per service, and prices range from $13 for simpler designs to $25 and more for complex styles. 5400 W. Sample Road, Ste. 18, Margate; 954.448.9657; @nailsbymlh

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what we really like to do [to the] public,” Peed explains. “We love hunting, inventing and telling ‘the story.’” Casa Gusto is best known for its curated look that’s not for everyone, but reflects a definite style, he says. The boutique recently celebrated one full year in business since opening its doors in November 2018. Landing in West Palm Beach wasn’t on purpose, but Briger and Peed are enjoying the warehouse aspect of Georgia Avenue as well as the interest they’ve received from the local community. They chose the name Casa Gusto to exude a sense of excitement and passion for the items within; the English language fails to provide a word that rightly captures what “gusto,” with its Latin love-language roots, signifies: a vibrant sense of taste and pleasure. “Casa Gusto is a journey into the likes and loves of its proprietors—a bit like taking a trip and wanting to take part of it home,” Peed says. > Casa Gusto, 6316 Georgia Ave., West Palm Beach; 781.690.4797; getthegusto.com

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Farming for the future Farm managers Tripp and Carmen Eldridge oversee Wellington’s Arden, the only community of its kind in South Florida where residents enjoy a five-acre farm brimming with freshly grown produce. By Clarissa Buch Photography by Kenrick Mills

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few years ago, Tripp and Carmen Eldridge almost set out to bike the world for a year. But before they could leave, Carmen says they “came across the position of a lifetime. “A place called Arden was looking for a full-time farm manager,” she says. “Tripp and I decided to both apply.” Soon after, the Eldridges were called for an interview at Arden, a sustainable living community in western Palm Beach County, where residents volunteer weekly and participate in farming activities as well as enjoy the benefits of farm-to-table meals. Nicknamed an “agrihood,” it’s the only master-planned community of its kind in South Florida and among the first in the state. Residents of Arden enjoy an event barn and five-acre farm brimming with tropical fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers. “As beginning farmers, it’s very expensive to acquire land,” Carmen says. “An opportunity for young people to get into farming, grow vegetables and make a living wage is almost unheard of. Tripp and I are passionate about food justice and providing access to healthy and affordable foods, and a place like Arden brings that all together.” Carmen is no stranger to farming. Her grandparents were farmers in Spain, she taught organic farming at a high school in Panama through the Peace Corps and launched a oneacre teaching farm program at the University of North Florida which grows food for the school’s cafeteria. “After North Florida, I went into the nonprofit world as program director for Florida Certified Organic Growers and Consumers Inc.,” Carmen says. “I was focused on equitable

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food access for low-income families. That’s also around the same time when Tripp and I met, fell in love and ultimately, moved to Tennessee to farm together in east Nashville.” Originally from Georgia, Tripp discovered farming in his later days of college. He was a sustainable agriculture volunteer in Peace Corps Tanzania and studied farms and food systems in graduate school in places from Mexico to Spain. More recently, he managed similar community-supported agricultural farms throughout Georgia and Tennessee and served as the farm director for the 400-acre Caney Fork Farms. “Farming started as a hobby and a passion, but ultimately grew into my life,” Tripp says. “Once my time in Tennessee was over, Carmen and I decided we wanted to escape winter, but we knew ultimately we wanted to

find a way to continue farming.” Since March 2018, Tripp and Carmen have managed Arden’s community farm, which provides a portion to more than 200 homeowners. When completed, more than 2,000 homes will be provided with crops from the farm. Residents not only share in the harvest of fruits, vegetables and herbs grown November through May, but also take advantage of the variety of “Made in Florida” local products, including coffee, honey, olive oil and balsamic vinegar, all of which are hand-picked by the Eldridges. “This is home now,” Tripp says. “We’ve planted lots of small trees around the farm, and we hope to watch them bear fruit. We have a lot of sweat equity invested in seeing the farm fully come to life as Carmen and I have envisioned it. It’s truly exciting.”

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Jupiter Resident Mary Veal’s Yoga Instruction Focuses on the Mind and (Any) Body THE OWNER OF GREEN TARA YOGA AND INSTRUCTOR AT THE EVER-POPULAR TWILIGHT YOGA AT THE LIGHT CLASS SHARES HER SECRET TO INNER PEACE AND A PAIN-FREE PRACTICE. By Tracy Marcello Photography by Kenrick Mills

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s anyone who’s ever been to twilight yoga at the Jupiter Lighthouse will tell you, the class is—at the risk of sounding too sentimental—lifechanging. From the meandering walk through the lighthouse gardens to the behemoth of a banyan tree under which dozens of people practice, to the Insta-worthy sunsets and symphony of crickets, each moment of the class is magical. Nature aside, that magic is all thanks to Mary Veal, a Jupiter resident and nationally certified yoga instructor specializing in vinyasa, yoga nidra and yoga for arthritis. Veal, who has been teaching yoga classes for more than 10 years, began leading twilight yoga in 2013 at the request of friend and Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum president and CEO Jamie Stuve. Today, the class has a cult following and a long line of yogis waiting to lay down their mats every Monday evening (the class begins at 6 p.m. November through March and 7 p.m. April through October). “It just took off because it’s such a beautiful space; it’s meant for yoga,” Veal says of the yoga deck, which can accommodate up to 140 people. “Being in nature, even if it’s just for an hour—feeling the vibes of the environment, the weather, the animals, whatever’s happening— it’s important for our nervous system.” Veal’s practice began in a far less glamorous fashion more than 20 years ago when she saw an ad for a free class on a roadside billboard. Having suffered from arthritis and similar ailments since childhood, she decided to give it a try. “I said, ‘OK, I have nothing to lose.’ After just one class, I was like, ‘Wow, my body did what I told it to do,’” she recalls. “I started going every week, and about six months into it, I did 10 minutes of yoga on my own. I’ve been doing it every day since then.” 32

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Several years and yoga certifications later, Veal left a long career at Comcast, and in 2018, opened Green Tara Yoga in Jupiter. The studio offers classes ranging from rock ‘n’ roll yoga to chair yoga, which Veal says is great for people struggling with arthritis (she is now the only certified yoga for arthritis instructor in the state), healing after surgery, or living with other chronic conditions or pain. All classes (including twilight yoga at the lighthouse) are taught by several different instructors, many of whom Veal has led in their 200-hour certification. “I try to offer classes with a wide variety of teachers and a wide variety of styles. There’s no hot yoga, there are no mirrors, there’s no competition. It’s just try whatever speaks to you until you find something you like,” she says.

Yoga classes aside, Veal also hosts an annual yoga retreat in Sebastian—the next one is in January—and several international yoga retreats to places like Africa, Peru and Iceland. To date, Veal recalls India as her most memorable retreat, not only as the birthplace of yoga, but as a reminder that the practice of yoga brings people together—whether lying underneath a banyan tree at sunset or kneeling on a floor across the globe. “When you start doing yoga and you start seeing that inner peace inside yourself, you see it everywhere. There are no strangers anywhere in the world,” Veal says. “What’s important is to appreciate the cultural differences, but to see the sameness—that love, that compassion and that joy—in everyone.”

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Magical Madeira Explore Portugal’s charming island while calling Savoy Palace home. By M E L I S S A P U P P O Photos co u r te s y of S AV OY PA L A C E

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o witness the most breathtaking view of Madeira’s skyline, you must first zip up 16 stories on an elevator to reach Galáxia Skybar in Funchal. The panoramic rooftop terrace is replete with a celestial cocktail selection and front row seats to watch Mother Nature’s daily ritual of casting a golden glow on the coastal town’s rugged landscape during sunset. Once the sun sinks behind the mountains, there’s nothing left but twinkling stars above. The dynamic dining venue is also on its way to becoming one of the hottest spots to celebrate New Year’s Eve as Funchal, Madeira’s capital, puts on one of the most spectacular fireworks shows in the world, as noted in Guinness World Records. A spectacle of colorful stars explode from hidden pockets around Madeira, so magnificent you won’t want to miss it. If you haven’t made plans for the New Year, you can witness the beautiful display thanks to the restaurant’s permanent home: Savoy Palace. Awe-inspiring views of the city—and the fireworks—won’t be hard to come by while staying at the behemoth of a resort, which

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opened in late summer. Madeira, an archipelago in Portugal, is easily accessible from Miami International Airport with a transfer from Lisbon. Formerly named Hotel Classic Savoy, the resort was demolished in 2009 and redesigned by Madeiran-born Nini Andrade Silva, whose global work includes properties from Colombia to the Azores to Brazil and even Miami Beach. The result is a modern, 17-story ocean-facing luxury resort with a dramatic glass wave shape, the terraces and balconies draped in lush greenery. Andrade Silva’s interior design weaves in Madeiran aesthetics such as embroidery. The enchanting gold, winding staircase is outfitted in a deep red-hued carpet reminiscent of the island’s famous fortified wine. One of her most treasured details: an impressive 33-foot chandelier in the main lobby wrought from nearly 4 miles of metal chain. (above) Bay of Funchal.

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If you haven’t made plans for the New Year, you can witness the beautiful display thanks to the restaurant’s permanent home: Savoy Palace. Inside the property are 352 rooms, 14 pool suites and two presidential suites. In addition, there are four restaurants to try local cuisine like black scabbard fish paired with a refreshing glass of Poncha, the island’s traditional alcoholic drink. It’s made with aquardente de cana honey, sugar, lemon and fruit juices, all stirred together with a mexelote, or wooden spoon. Discerning travelers who venture to the Portuguese outpost should opt for the three-night “Fly Me to Paradise” presidential suite stay. The package includes private elevator access to the 17th floor; a private butler; rooftop infinity pools; a round trip ticket on a private jet courtesy of Madjet; and private transfers in Lisbon and Funchal. A dedicated travel planner is also on hand to help create memorable experiences such as a sightseeing tour up to Monte while cruising in a Rolls Royce Limited Edition before taking part in one of Madeira’s famed activities: a toboggan ride in a wicker basket. Funchal is the only place in the world that offers the thrilling attraction, which once was a common form of “downhill” public transportation. Known as “The Garden Island of the Atlantic,” Madeira is an undiscovered gem waiting to be found for many Americans. It’s earned the top spot on “Europe’s Leading Island Destination” for five consecutive years. Aside from a rich history, the beauty of Savoy Palace is its central location near Old Town Funchal. It’s close enough to explore surrounding areas to go hiking or canyoning and is walking distance to markets and shops while strolling along the avenue. Back on property, guests can unwind in the 3,300-square-foot Laurea Spa inspired by the Laurissilva Forest—Madeira’s UNESCO World Heritage site. Under green jewel tones, enjoy sensorial showers, a cold water course with black pebbles inspired by the levadas that carry water to the townspeople, a waterfall pool, sauna, steam room and salt room. As for those stunning views, there’s not a bad seat at Savoy Palace. Take your pick for dinner, perhaps this time at Jacarandá where after sunset, the party rises on top of the palace. Toast the evening while drinking some of that good ol’ Poncha. The resort’s bartender, Kevin Nóbrega, whips up quite possibly the best flavor combinations in town, but we’ll let you be the judge.

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(top) Bedrooms feature design elements like Madeiran embroidery. (left) The grand 33-foot chain chandelier is a focal point in the lobby. (above) Guests can dine al fresco at Alameda during lunch; the pool oasis features cabanas and ample seating.

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Build a Lasting Retirement, Even in Times of Market Volatility

Even when markets become volatile, you can keep your retirement plan on track by staying focused and taking the time to rebalance and refresh your investments. The past eight years have been a heady time for the Dow, but recent large single-day drops have focused attention on how to protect your future if you’re planning to retire sometime soon. After a long bull market, portfolios that might have been well-balanced may now be overweight in stocks and may require reallocation toward lower-risk investments. Picture the future. If you’re concerned about market volatility, take the time to think carefully about your retirement and ask the big questions. How much will you need to retire? What sort of lifestyle do you want to maintain? Do you want to leave something to your heirs, or create a charitable legacy? Have you thought about what your healthcare needs might be in the future? According to Sal Tiano, “We need to think ahead. To stay on track, planning for a successful retirement requires flexibility and a comprehensive look at all aspects of your life.” Plan for a long retirement. Statistics show that individuals with higher incomes and healthier lifestyles tend to live longer. So if you’re over 65, you might live to 90 or even 95. Many of us underestimate the long lives we may enjoy. “We can live very long lives if we take care of

ourselves,” says Louise Armour. “This also means taking the time to look after our financial wellbeing so in retirement we can spend more time with the people we love and pursuing activities we find gratifying.” Harness your resources. Once you’ve got a team of advisors in place to help you realize your goals, it’s time to execute. The rules are clear: Save and invest consistently. Diversify your investments to minimize risk. Be sure to maximize Social Security benefits, both yours and your spouse’s. Other aspects of retirement planning are less obvious, but clearly as important. The use of credit, for example. It can be harder to borrow when in retirement, so it may make sense to arrange for a line of credit while you are still working. This way you can use credit strategically, as an alternative source of short-term funding for a home remodel, for example, or for unexpected healthcare expenses, when selling investments would make less sense, such as during a recession. John Smyth says, “Strategic use of credit is an often overlooked and underused strategy for protecting assets during retirement. It is a crucial tool to consider when establishing or refreshing an overall retirement plan.” Prepare for success. Now is the time to reassess how volatility may affect your balance sheet. Exercise control: Think about the different areas

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mericans for the Arts, a national organization that brings together those who support and sustain all things culturally, estimates its industry generates a seven-to-one return on investment. In that case, the Maltz Jupiter Theatre—led by Producing Artistic Director and Chief Executive Andrew Kato—funnels an approximate $56 million into community coffers every year. “People don’t understand that theater is a business and that there are great advantages to having the No. 1 regional theater in the lower United States in their own backyard,” he says, referring to a ranking by the League of Resident Theatres. “It is truly an investment in our community by supporting our growth.”

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The theater is in the midst of a massive renovation project that will increase the size of the stage to make it Broadwaycompatible. “Pre-Broadway shows—they all start at a regional theater somewhere, including ‘Hamilton’,” Kato says. The Believe Campaign needs to raise $7 million this season to complete this construction phase, “but getting the building finished is not the end result; it’s the start,” he says. The 55-year-old has been at the helm of the beloved facility since 2004; in that time, he has quintupled its staff. “We’re definitely an economic driver,” Kato says. “Area restaurants— when we’re full, they’re full.”

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heir personality-driven program has propelled them to the pinnacle of their profession. Mo Foster and Sally Sevareid, who wake up South Florida each day on “The Mo & Sally Morning Show,” have been at it for so long—26 years, 16 of those on KOOL 1055—listeners feel as if they personally know the husband-and-wife team. “They know about our cats, that I like to cook, that we drink wine—so I get that a lot,” Sevareid says. “That’s exactly it—we’re an open book, so they know pretty much everything,” Foster adds. The royals of radio rule the airwaves from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m., dishing on everything from news oddities and viral videos to talking about the everyday humor in people’s lives. “We prepare with our life,” Foster, 54, says. “We make a lot of notes just about what we encounter on a daily basis.” “We’ve become professional observers,” Sevareid, 56, says. “It’s a lot of fun.” They celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary in November. “She’s my best friend, and she doesn’t annoy me,” Foster laughs. “I’m not going to say the same,” Sevareid laughs back. The duo plans to stay at WOLL-FM for the foreseeable future. “As long as people are still listening and want us around, we’ll keep with it,” Foster says. gulfstreammediagroup.com


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he moved to Palm Beach County after accepting a job as a reporter for WPTV NewsChannel 5. Then, Angela Cruz Ledford took a position as the media relations manager for the Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society. Another high-profile job followed at Discover The Palm Beaches, where she served as public relations and communications manager. Now, Ledford is a communications specialist at Florida Power & Light Company. She promotes initiatives such as the FPL SolarNow program to help fund the development of solar canopies and solar trees in public places like museums, parks and schools. The 38-year-old spends her spare time

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blogging about beauty and lifestyle topics for “Beauty News with Angela Cruz,” her well-followed website and YouTube channel. She unboxes products, samples makeup and raves about magnetic eyelashes and other trends. Ledford also shares anecdotes about being a mother. “Ever since I became a mother, I have tried to shine a light on issues that many families face that others might not want to discuss,” she says. “I feel like when I talk about being pregnant, my struggles—that I haven’t washed my hair in three days because I don’t have time—and all the things I’ve been through that weren’t so pretty, that it’s making a difference in the community.”

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“I am extremely fortunate to chair one of Palm Beach County’s cultural jewels and best-run not-for-profit organizations.”

Jeffrey Stoops Chairman, Kravis Center

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ow appearing on his proverbial stage are the board of directors, the members of the committee and the chief executive officer of the Kravis Center. As chairman of the performing arts venue in West Palm Beach, Jeffrey Stoops produces the agendas, directs the meetings and reviews all projects and tasks with the CEO. This season, he will oversee the wrap of a renovation project and the Kravis 2020 campaign. “I am extremely fortunate to chair one of Palm Beach County’s cultural jewels and best-run not-for-profit organizations,” he says. “While I am certain that the Kravis Center is recognized today for the great programming it brings to our com-

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munity, particularly to our children, and for the use of its facilities by many other organizations, we can always build upon that success.” In addition to serving on the boards of Children’s Healthcare Charity, the Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties and Seminole Boosters, Inc. and managing the Stoops Family Foundation, the 61-year-old Delray Beach resident is the CEO at SBA Communications Corporation and is in charge of business initiatives, investor relations and risk assessments. “We are the seventh-largest public company in the state of Florida by market capitalization, we are an S&P 500 company and we do business in 14 countries,” Stoops says. “I stay pretty busy.”

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is presence on the Jupiter campus of Scripps Research is paving the way for biological breakthroughs. As the institute’s executive vice president of Florida operations, Douglas Bingham stands behind its study of basic and applied, curiosity-driven biomedical research, in addition to other major pressing health concerns. “I’m more of an enabler than an influencer,” he says. “I enable scientists to be all they can be.” Bingham recently facilitated a $5 million commitment to buy a cryoelectron microscope, which enables the visualization of biological molecules like antibodies, proteins and viruses, and in 2020 will kick off a $15 million campaign to build a Molecular Imaging Center using the technology. “Science, at the end of the day, is a very robust marketplace, and you have to compete in the marketplace for resources,” Bingham says. “One of my jobs is to get out there and sell what we do and get support for it.” When he is not helping his team of scientists test and prove their ideas and theories, he either is riding his bicycle around town, hanging out by the beach or dining at a waterfront restaurant. “North Palm Beach County has a real nice laid-back vibe to it,” the 66-year-old Juno Beach resident says. “I’ve always liked Florida.”

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“I’m more of an enabler than an influencer. I enable scientists to be all they can be.”

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“A chamber of commerce brings people together... we all know you can do more things together than you can do alone.”

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e considers himself “a chamber person deep down inside”—probably because he has been involved with the organization for nearly 18 years. “There’s something special about a chamber of commerce, especially our chamber of commerce,” says Noel Martinez, president and CEO of Palm Beach North. “It’s part of who I am.” The Hialeah native moved to the area to open Bonefish Grill in the Shoppes of Oakbrook. Once there, he joined the Chamber. As a member, he volunteered at the ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival, created the Small Business Advisory Council’s inaugural expo and eventually joined the staff as director of membership development. He left

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the chamber in 2014 for other pursuits, including executive stints at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County and Leadership Palm Beach County. His return was inevitable. “When this opportunity presented itself, I went after it,” the 42-year-old Jupiter resident says. “For me, it was just the next step in my career.” His goal is to carry out the non-profit’s mission of supporting local businesses and championing sustainable growth. “A chamber of commerce brings people together,” Martinez says. “It brings people the ability to collaborate. And we all know you can do more things together than you can do alone.”

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“The absence of total victory is unacceptable.”

Jeff Atwater Vice President of Strategic Initiatives and Chief Financial Officer, Florida Atlantic University

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ures for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases among other dementia-related ravages will be discovered at Florida Atlantic University’s John D. MacArthur Campus, predicts Jeff Atwater, vice president of strategic initiatives and chief financial officer. “We will do this on that campus,” he says. “We will solve this in Jupiter, Florida; that is what we have set our sights on.” The former state representative and senator who had a long career in banking is putting both skillsets to use in his newly created position. In conjunction with his fiscal duties, his job entails facilitating partnerships with the neighboring Max Planck Florida Institute for

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Neuroscience as well as Scripps Research. “We believe we have a responsibility to deliver on the high expectations that Florida committed to in bringing these incredible research institutes here,” he says. “We believe we have a responsibility to raise our game. Anything less out of us would be letting the people down in the community, the state of Florida and even the world.” The 61-year-old North Palm Beach resident believes such advances will happen in his lifetime. “The next 15 to 20 years are going to be exciting,” Atwater says. “I think we will tell you that the absence of total victory is unacceptable.”

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“It all comes down to what we can do to make everyone’s lives better.”

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e is the eyes and ears of West Palm Beach’s core community—an area that encompasses buildings, businesses and bustle between the Royal Park Bridge and the Flagler Memorial Bridge from the Intracoastal Waterway to Australian Avenue. As executive director of the West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority, Raphael Clemente has the nuts-and-bolts job of keeping the public realm landscaped, litter-free and looking good. “A lot of what we do as an organization is to focus on the basics,” Clemente says. “Is it safe? Is it clean? Is it well-lit? We always try to stay on top of all of those details that make the place appealing and attractive.” The goal of the special taxing district is to promote the vibrancy of the city and create cultural, economic and social programs that engage and entice residents and visitors. The more than two dozen downtown murals were painted by local artists and by national and international artists in partnership with the CANVAS Outdoor Museum Show. “When I think of my job, I think of it in terms of, ‘Can I attract another business?’” the 51-year-old urban planner says. “But I think also of, ‘Can I attract people?’ It all comes down to what we can do to make everyone’s lives better.”

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Create an intimate seaside setting with maritime materials and briny embellishments like seashells and surfboards. Photo by Ron Rosenzweig

CURL ON Presented in an array of gorgeous prints, like this malachite design, Jeff Trotter’s fiberglass-covered surfboards serve up a slice of iconic California surf culture that’ll have you wanting to hang 10; from $2,500; available at jefftrotterdesign.com

NEP TU NI A N E SC AP E Asked to inject a relaxed, “old beach home” vibe into this newly constructed, two-story, bay-facing home in Islamorada that also functions as a sedative retreat for her clients, Kerry Allabastro of Allabastro Designs incorporated a calming palette of soft gray and white hues accentuated by coastal pops of turquoise and deep blue. Sylvan flourishes, like the wire-brushed wood floors and a custom teak countertop from Jefferson Woodworking in Palm City, are featured liberally throughout. A pair of 15-foot sailing boards Allabastro found at a now-shuttered nautical shop in West Palm Beach were stained and suspended above the doorway that pushes out to a pool deck and private beach; allabastrodesigns.com

POSEIDON ADVENTURE Crown your crustacean collection with this colossal clamshell mirror shaped from creamy white and textured resin; $3,300; available at Hive Home, Gift & Garden in West Palm Beach; hivepalmbeach.com

WONDER WALL This beach-themed wall covering—Beach Bus by Thibaut—will add a dash of coastal whimsy to any room; $133 per roll; available at Chelsea Lane & Co. in West Palm Beach; chelsealaneco.com

DOUBLE IDENTITY Is it a table? An ottoman? The rattan Scatter table defies description, as it’s equally capable of supporting day-weary tootsies or a round of tropical tipples; $428; available at Pineapples, Palms Too in Jupiter; pineapplespalms.com SIREN’S SIESTA The Navone modular sofa was inspired by the seaside and provides a soporific escape after a busy day at the beach; from $2,021; available at RH West Palm Beach; restorationhardware.com HAPPY HEMPER Add a dash of breezy flair with this curvaceous chandelier expertly wrapped in abaca, also known as hemp; $2,185; available at Mecox Gardens in West Palm Beach; mecox.com

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Contemporary Cool Realize this design style with dynamic silhouettes and “what’s-cool-now” accouterments you’ll love to look over, but never overlook. TREE POSE Amp up the “wow” factor in any room with Foscarini’s Tuareg floor lamp. Fashioned from polycarbonate and extruded aluminum, its tubular arms resemble the angular branches of a tree; from $3,733; available at Armazem Design in Dania Beach; armazem.design

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DOODLE DANDY A geometric cacophony of fluid curves and crisp lines, Kelly Wearstler’s Graffito wallpaper could easily be mistaken for abstract art; price upon request; available at Kravet in Hollywood; kravet.com MAXIMUM APPEAL Calling all minimalists: Pairing a warm, walnut base with an extendable surface that awards endless tablescape alternatives, the Kaluga television stand serves as a time-enduring home essential; $940; available at Modani Furniture locations; modani.com

To spawn a space that felt comfortable, convivial and au courant, Susan Lachance of Susan Lachance Interior Design pulled in warm wooden details, straight and curvaceous lines, and cool, muted metallics. As they pass through the front door, guests are welcomed beneath a Brentwood chandelier with tendrils of framed lights in brushed aluminum. Further in, the living room’s custom drop-down ceiling gazes down at a TRC Lab rug from The Rug Company in stark hues of white and gray that gets the conversation started, whilst anchoring a Nathan Anthony Haus sofa from Judith Norman and a bench and velvety swivel chairs from Grafton Furniture upholstered in a mélange of complementary gray textiles. Vibrant throw pillows in yellow, orange and turquoise tie in with vivid works from Kevin McPherrin Gallery in Boca Raton that collectively nod to what’s hip and hot; susanlachance.com

DOT MATRIX Don’t be surprised if Sacha Lakic’s futuristic Bubble sofa has your family and guests calling “shotgun”; $8,890; available at Roche Bobois locations; roche-bobois.com

UP IN SMOKE Don’t worry: there’s nothing unhealthy about Adam Hunter’s Tibetan wool and silk smoke rug. In fact, this attention-grabbing design is known to have an ataractic effect; from $5,304; available at The Rug Company in Dania Beach; therugcompany.com

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Jaime Blomquist of Jaime Blomquist Interiors took inspiration from nature and found objects when designing this rustic chic kitchen in Lighthouse Point. To create an open floor plan her clients use as a central hub for entertaining and hosting casual family meals, walls were removed and plumbing relocated. Recurring marble elements—including the backsplash, countertops and the expanse beneath the custom range hood—create visual continuity and draw the eye west to the palm-edged patio and water beyond. A Ralph Lauren Roark chandelier with Edison bulbs gracefully hangs from the raised ceiling. Beams and the barn door were fashioned from reclaimed Louisiana cypress wood, and French-patterned travertine stone floors add the feeling of warmth; jaimeblomquist.com

AGRONOMIC ENTRY Barn doors aren’t just for barns anymore. These stylish sliders, including this knotty alder wood version from Dogberry Country, finished in a vintage dark chocolate hue, make sui generis alternatives to more traditional types and are ideal for space-starved settings; $469; available at Lowes locations; lowes.com

LOOSE LEAF Dress up cabinetry with hardware that purloins from nature, like Notting Hill’s lifelike, hand-tinted brass oak leaf knob; $46; available at Palm Beach Classic Hardware in West Palm Beach; palmbeachclassichardware.com

PONY UP Equine motifs are sophisticatedly realized in Alexander McQueen’s intricately handwoven Tibetan wool Pony rug; from $4,296; available at The Rug Company in Dania Beach; therugcompany.com

ON THE HUNT Oly Studio’s Scout lounge chair featuring a driftwood frame and natural hide is a reminder of exotic and far-flung locales in bygone days; $3,850; available at Mantra Furnishings in Dania Beach; mantrafurnishings.com

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SLEEPY TIME Restoration Hardware’s rectilinear Cayden Campaign canopy bed in kiln-dried solid oak supplies somatic proof that sweet dreams are truly made of these; from $3,446; available at RH West Palm Beach; restorationhardware.com

RURAL RESCUE The Andara coffee table features reclaimed sal wood railroad pieces that float above a glossy, stainless-steel base to create an ultra-modern statement piece; $1,990; available at Modani Furniture locations; modani.com

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Vintage Keep feet planted in the present with retro-fabulous pieces and functional acquisitions of antiquity that pay homage to the past.

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To honor the Jazz Age beginnings of this West Palm Beach home, Tracy Dunn of Tracy Dunn Design let antique store finds and fabric-refreshed vintage furnishings steal the spotlight. Aquatic blues and juicy greens, a zesty color schematic familiar to South Florida, anchor the space and provide fascinating contrast with the original hardwood floors. Side chairs from DAFA Antiques and the wing chairs, once owned by the client’s grandparents, bookend the fireplace and were reupholstered in punchy floral and ikat fabrics from Quadrille in Dania Beach. To coax the eye around the room, Chinese porcelains were perched atop the fireplace mantel, built-in bookshelves were added, in addition to the 1920s demilune table that stands sentry behind the sofa. Artwork, like the vintage beach painting on the southern wall, was kept to a minimum, while contemporary appurtenances, like the faux turtle shells hanging above the French doors, offer daily reminders of where the owners live and play; tracydunndesign.com

CENTER STAGE 19th-century center tables were typically used for dining or playing card games. This Charles X table (circa 1830) features a veined marble top and an amboyna and amaranth base edged with giltwood Egyptian sphinxes for an opulent twist; $18,000; available at Iconic Snob Galeries in West Palm Beach; iconicsnobgaleries.com

SUPPORTING ACTRESS Decorative pedestals, like these 19th-century, neoclassical Majolica porcelain ones decorated with foliage designs and dancing Grecian maidens, give plants and decorative objects a place of privilege to perch; $16,500; available at Cedric DuPont Antiques in West Palm Beach; cedricdupontantiques.com

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PURRFECTLY CLEAR Groove up a lackluster spot with a bombastic roost like this 1970s Hollywood Regency-style, lucite scalloped-back bench upholstered in a cool jungle print; $3,600; available at Mecox Gardens in West Palm Beach; mecox.com

FINNISH THIS Trip the light fantastic with this 1940s era snowflake-crowned, brass chandelier by Paavo Tynell, otherwise known as “the man who illuminated Finland;” $29,000; available at Ponce Berga in West Palm Beach; ponceberga.com

FLOOR DRESSING This vegetable-dyed wool and cotton Serapi rug from the late 1800s is the definition of antique chic; $35,000; available at Palm Beach Rug Gallery in West Palm Beach; pbruggallery.com

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Indulge your favorite fête-planner with elegant accouterments to keep him or her tastefully entertained. Curated by Jes s ica Fontaine Swif t of Palm Beach Social Diary

A beautiful decanter, like the NUDE Decanter Ring by RO N A R A D , will hit the elegance mark every time with beautiful craftsmanship and functionality. The circular silhouette is a showstopper, and guests will be in awe every time it’s brought out; $1,299; available at Callidus Palm Beach; calliduspalmbeach.com

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A must-have for the consummate host, “Soirée: Entertaining With Style” by DANIELLE ROLLI N S is filled with ideas for invitations, table settings, signature cocktails and more, including recipes, tips and imagery aimed at inspiring the imagination; $55, signed by author; available at Mecox Gardens; mecox.com

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M E RCE D E S SA L A ZA R’S raffia parrots candlestick is perfect for the quirky yet chic host. For a pretty tabletop, pair it with colorful linens, bamboo chargers and hurricane glasses; $142; available at HIVE Home, Gift & Garden; hivepalmbeach.com

M C M OW A RT G L A SS’ custom platter will wow guests and bring something special to their dinner table; $75; available at McMow Art Glass; mcmow.com

What host doesn’t like a good wine? O U T E A ST ’S Côtes de Provence Rosé delivers delicious notes of peaches and berries and its beautiful pale pink hue makes it (almost) too pretty to drink; $24.99; available at Amici Market; myamicimarket.com

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For the highly organized girl-on-the-go, the clutch-shaped, Kim Stripe No. 5 bag by ON THE GO 2 4 / 7 can be popped into a tote or carried solo to a cocktail party; $62; available at C. Orrico Palm Beach; corrico.com

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Curated by Nic o le M u n d e r and K a th e r ine Lande of LaunchPad Collective

The whimsical Imperfect Tee by SO L D OU T NYC is the “perfectly imperfect” bestie gift and an easy addition to nearly anyone’s wardrobe; $80; available at LaunchPad Collective on Worth Avenue; shoplaunchpad.com

Unless gifted by a loved one, the fashion addict will be quick to purchase Z I M M ERM ANN’S super eight tubular mini for herself; $895; available at Zimmermann Palm Beach; zimmermannwear.com

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Whether shopping along Worth Avenue or bathing on the beach, LOV E LY B I R D’S San Sebastian travel straw fedora is for the one who desires a stylized look; $188; available at Gypsy Life Surf Shop; gypsylifesurfshop.com

The Nina Small Leopard Bucket Bag by L E NI NÈ is the perfect gift for the boho-chic lover who adores a little sparkle; $575; available at Kirna Zabête; kirnazabete.com

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Photo by Jessica Swift

Curated by celebrity hairstylist Paul Labrecque of Paul Labrecque Salon & Spa

A beautiful book of destination photography, like M ICHAEL P OL I Z A’S “Africa” is a cocktail table essential and the perfect primer for someone organizing a trip to a far-flung locale; $65; available at teneues.com

BE ATS ST U D I O 3 wireless headphones play music, make phone calls and connect to an Apple Watch, iPad or Mac. They’re also equipped with a noise-canceling feature ideal for zoning out in busy airports or noisy surrounds; $349.95; available at apple.com

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Wherever you are in the world, C R E MI E U X’S classic (and packable!) Panama hat is a snazzy head topper and a sartorial essential; $395; available at  Cremieux at The Royal Poinciana Plaza;  cremieux.fr

My T U M I  hanging travel kit is a travel necessity. This leather Dopp Kit is super-durable and roomy enough to carry all my skin and hair care must-haves, like my Paul Labrecque Daily Conditioner Moisture Mud Instant Repair; $275; available at Tumi at The Gardens Mall; tumi.com

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FR ÉD ÉR I C M ALLE Portrait of Lady perfume was blended for a certain type of wearer— elegant, gracious, strong and beautiful; $370; available at Saks Fifth Avenue on Worth Avenue and at Town Center at Boca Raton; saksfifthavenue.com

BON VIVANT

Au courant gifts for the connoisseur of joyous living

Curated by Monica K. Oberting, Esq. of COMO Home & Design

Gift VAN C LEEF & AR P ELS’ newly launched Alhambra necklace 10 motifs with agate set in 18-karat yellow gold, and you’ll have a best friend for life; $8,400; available at Van Cleef & Arpels on Worth Avenue and Mizner Park in Boca Raton; vancleefarpels.com

For the virtual reality gamer, there’s nothing like OC U LU S QUEST . This ground-breaking, all-in-one gaming virtual reality headset can be worn anywhere, provides room-scale tracking without external sensors and has built-in positional audio so headphones aren’t required; $499; available at Best Buy locations; bestbuy.com

Sneakers are the hottest trend for anyone, young or old. N I KE’S collaboration with high fashion label, Sacai, fuses style and function; $160; available at nike.com

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Turn the ritual of coffee preparation into a near-spiritual experience with GI OBAGNA R A’S retro-inspired Nespresso machine crafted from scratch-resistant and waterproof leather tanned in Italy; $4,900; available at COMO Home & Design at Royal Poinciana Plaza; comopalmbeach.com

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CE L I NE ’S in grained small 16 bag is a “little jewel of a gift” for any woman. It’s so chic and the perfect size and color; $3,850; available at Kirna Zabête at The Royal Poinciana Plaza; kirnazabete.com

Style insiders will swoon when they unwrap this Toile de Jouy skirt and jumpsuit bearing authentic African prints from the CH R I ST I A N D I O R 2020 Cruise Collection; $2,900 (skirt) and $1,850 (jumpsuit); available at Kirna Zabête at The Royal Poinciana Plaza; kirnazabete.com

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SARTORIALIST Essentials for the fashion savant with prevailing taste Curated by B e th B u c c in i of Kirna Zabête

Who doesn’t like accessories with a backstory? V ERDURA’S Night and Day band rings set in 18-karat yellow gold were inspired by the Cole Porter song of the same name; $15,500 and $9,500 respectively; available at Betteridge on Worth Avenue; betteridge.com

B I L L CU NNI NG H A M was the original street style photographer and this new book, “Bill Cunningham: On the Street: Five Decades of Iconic Photography” by The New York Times, chronicles 50 years of style on the street; $58.50; available on amazon.com

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An old school watch with ultra-modern technology—this super chic A PPL E Watch Hermès checks all the boxes; prices from $1,249; available at apple.com

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Please join us to celebrate

The Renewal of CARP at the 2020 Annual Spring Luncheon Saturday, February 29, 2020 11:30 AM Reception | 12:00 PM Lunch & Program Four Seasons Resort | 2800 South Ocean Boulevard | Palm Beach, Florida Honorary Chairpersons: Martha E. and Dr. William R. Adkins Chairpersons: Phyllis and Deputy Chief Michael E. Gauger Featured Speaker: Mackenzie Phillips ~ Actor, Author, Speaker

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

Featured Speaker: Mackenzie Phillips Actor, Author, Advocate

When Mackenzie was a teenager, Hollywood and the world took notice of the charming, talented, precocious child actor after her star-making turn in American Graffiti. As an adult, she paid dearly for a lifetime of excess, working tirelessly to reconcile a wonderful, terrible past in which she succumbed to the power of addiction and the pull of her magnetic father. Mackenzie speaks honestly on her lifelong battle with personal demons and near-fatal addictions. Audiences are drawn to her famous story and listen attentively to her journey overcoming obstacles and working towards recovery. 

To purchase tickets, visit CARPinc.org/events or call 561.844.6400.


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Wellness Jar Medical Spa introduces CoolTone™ by CoolSculpting® As one of the first providers of CoolTone™ in the Palm Beaches, Wellness Jar offers patients a completely new, FDA-approved, non-invasive way to sculpt, tone and build muscle in your abs, glutes and thighs. Results can be seen in as little as three weeks– so there’s still time to rock your holiday body. Wellness Jar helps patients reverse their body clocks with advanced and personalized medically directed treatments ranging from bioidentical hormone replacement and nutritional sciences to non-invasive aesthetics and body sculpting. With unique details such as the Pure Air Bubble, they offer results you desire in a setting you deserve.

To be among the first to experience the CoolTone™ transformation, call 561.660.8070 to schedule a consultation. For more information, visit wellnessjar.com. MEDIA SPONSORSHIP 1201 US-1, Suite 9 • North Palm Beach OVERVIEW Open Monday 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Wine in the to WildFriday, 2019

Delight in the arts with the 4th Annual West Palm Beach Arts Festival, Armory Open House, and “Terra Duo” exhibition the first weekend in December. The festival features local and national artists working in ceramics, painting, jewelry, furniture and more. Shop for unique holiday gifts while listening to live music. This year’s entertainment features the Derek Mack Band, Roaring Kelly Band, Orchid City Brass Band, Palm Beach Pipes and Drums, Les Nuages and Palm Beach State College Jazz Ensembles. Food and beverages are available. Meet adult class faculty members and get a peek at what the Armory has to offer during the Open House on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p. m.

The West Palm Beach Arts Festival Presented by the Laurence W. Levine Foundation, Inc. December 7-8, 2019 at 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 811 Park Place • West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Armoryart.org

Scripps Research announces WISE: Women in Science Education Growing WISE – A free event open to the public

Busch Wildlife Sanctuary Wine in the Wild Date: December 7, 2019 Time: 5:30-8:00 pm Location: 2500 Jupiter park Drive, Jupiter, FL 33458

Join us at the first fundraiser of its kind at the Busch Wildlife Sanctuary in Jupiter to support their mission of rescue, rehab, release and educate. Enjoy wine and food tastings in the “wild” while walking amongst Florida’s precious wildlife and natural resources. Silent auction, live music and animal encounters.

Tickets: $60. Attire: Dressy-casual, & comfortable shoes for walking on trails. December 7, 2019 at 5:30 to 8 p.m. 2500 Jupiter Park Drive • Jupiter, FL 33458 buschwildlife.org Busch wildlife sanctuary is a 501©3 nonprofit organization dedicated to the protection and conservation of Florida’s wildlife.

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Scripps Research, home to the top ten ranked Skaggs Graduate Research, and home to the School ofScripps Chemical Biological Scripps Research, home to the top-ten-ranked Skaggs Graduate School Sciences, announces an influential top-ten-ranked Skaggs Graduate School ofDedicated ChemicalSciences, and Biological Sciences, of Chemical and Biological initiative. to supporting announces anannounces influential initiative an influential initiative students on the Jupiter, Florida campus of Scripps Research, WISE: Women in Science Education invites supporters Womenlike-minded in Women in ofScience science to the kick-off event. Education Science Education Help launch the next generation Dedicated to supporting students on the ofJupiter,scientific innovators. Enjoy Florida, campus of to Scripps Dedicated supporting students on the complimentary cocktails and hors Research, WISE invites Florida, like-minded Jupiter, campus of Scripps Help launch the next generation of supporters of science to our kick-off event. d’ o euvres while discovering the inspiring work of some of their Research, WISE invites like-minded scientific innovators Help launch the next generation of leading women scientists and graduatesupporters students. of science to our kick-off event. scientific innovators

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Growing WISE Growing Seating is limited. Reserve your space at scripps.edu/wise.

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W H E R E C U LT U R E A LWAY S S H I N E S Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens For more information: ansg.org 253 Barcelona Road West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 832-5328

Cornell Art Museum at Old School Square For More Information: cornellartmuseum.org 51 N Swinton Avenue Delray Beach, FL 33444 (561) 403-2956

Mounts Botanical Garden For more information: mounts.org 531 N. Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33415 (561) 233-1757

Armory Art Center For more information: armoryart.org 811 Park Place West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 832-1776

Cultural Council of Palm Beach County For more information: palmbeachculture.com 601 Lake Avenue Lake Worth, FL 33460 (561) 471-2901

Ballet Palm Beach For more information: balletpalmbeach.org 10357 Ironwood Road Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Company & Academy: (561) 630-8235

Duncan Theatre For more information: duncantheatre.org 4200 Congress Avenue Lake Worth, FL 33461 Box Office: (561) 868-3309

Northwood Village Design, Dining & Entertainment District For more information visit: NorthwoodVillage.com Northwood Road, 24th & 25th Streets West Palm Beach, FL 33407 561-822-1551

Benzaiten Center for Creative Arts For more information: benzaitencenter.org 1105 2nd Avenue S. Lake Worth, FL 33460 (561) 508-7315

Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum For more information: jupiterlighthouse.org 500 Captain Armour’s Way Jupiter, FL 33469 (561) 747-8380

Boca Raton Museum of Art For More Information: bocamuseum.org (561) 392-2500 501 Real Plaza, Boca Raton, FL 33432 Art School • (561) 392-2503 801 W. Palmetto Park Road Boca Raton, FL 33486 Artists Guild Gallery • (561) 278.7877 2910 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton, FL 33431

Kravis Center for the Performing Arts For more information: kravis.org The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. 701 Okeechobee Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 832-7469

Boynton Beach Art in Public Places For more information: BoyntonBeachArts.org Avenue of the Arts “Color Effects” Exhibition From 211 E. Ocean Avenue to Federal Hwy., Downtown Boynton Beach, FL 33425 (561) 742-6026 Busch Wildlife Sanctuary For more information: buschwildlife.org Social Media @buschwildlife 2500 Jupiter Park Drive Jupiter, FL 33458 (561) 575-3399 Chamber Music Society of Palm Beach For more information: cmspb.org 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Suite 317-171 Palm Beach, FL 33480 (561) 379-6773

Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery and School of Art For more information: lighthousearts.org Lighthouse Gallery 373 Tequesta Drive, Tequesta, FL 33469 (561) 746-3101 School of Art 395 Seabrook Road, Tequesta, FL 33469 (561) 748-8737 Loggerhead Marinelife Center For more information: marinelife.org 14200 U.S. Highway 1 Juno Beach, FL 33408 (561) 627-8280 Maltz Jupiter Theatre For more information: jupitertheatre.org 1001 E Indiantown Road Jupiter, FL 33477 (561) 575-2223

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Norton Museum of Art For more information: Norton.org 1450 S. Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 832-5196 Palm Beach Dramaworks For more information: palmbeachdramaworks.org 201 Clematis Street West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 514-4042 Palm Beach Photographic Centre For More Information: workshop.org 415 Clematis Street West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 253-2600 Palm Beach Symphony For more information: palmbeachsymphony.org Social Media: @pbsymphony 400 Hibiscus Street, Suite 100 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 655-2657 Box office: (561) 281-0145 South Florida Science Center and Aquarium For more information: SFScienceCenter.org Social Media: @SFScienceCenter 4801 Dreher Trail N West Palm Beach, FL 33405 (561) 832-1988


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NAVIGATING THE ARTS SEASON WITH THE CULTURAL COUNCIL OF PALM BEACH COUNTY

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Ballets, plays, operas, lectures, exhibitions, classes, concerts, festivals and so much more—the cultural season is here in The Palm Beaches. Who better to help steer your arts schedule than the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County? For over 40 years, the Cultural Council has supported cultural organizations and artists in Palm Beach County through grants, professional development, advocacy and continuous promotion. With four decades of seasons under our belt—we’ve got you covered when it comes to helping you decide where to go and what to do. All you have to do is enjoy!

PALM BEACH SYMPHONY

Better yet, stop by our headquarters in Downtown Lake Worth Beach and find out more about what’s going by browsing our Visitor Information Center. While you’re there, you’re free to enjoy our complimentary galleries, which highlight the work of local artists, browse the Roe Green Uniquely Palm Beach Store, or stop by for a night of music during Evenings at the Council. ©Sargent Photography

BALLET PALM BEACH

Your first stop: palmbeachculture.com/travel. There, you can learn more about all there is to explore here in Florida’s Cultural Capital—either by browsing our convenient cultural events calendar or by checking our Cultural Concierge weekly recommendations. Remember, if you’re out and about enjoying arts and culture here in Palm Beach County—use #palmbeachculture to share your experience with us! palmbeachculture

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I Am Not A Rock Star

One Small Step

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Poulenc | Mozart with Film Screening

Breaking Ground Copland | Mendelssohn Thomas | Mozart

Guest Artists: Horacio Gutiérrez (piano), Sandra Lopez (soprano), Robynne Redmon (mezzo-soprano), Stuart Neill (tenor), Clayton Brainerd (bass-baritone) Guest Chorus: The Palm Beach Atlantic University Oratorio Chorus with The Choral Society of the Palm Beaches and The Masterworks Chorus of the Palm Beaches Pre-concert lobby performance! 2PM Park Vista High School Choir “Prima” under the direction of Bryan Anthony Ijames

Copland | Tower Williams

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The Soldier’s Tale Stravinsky

February Beethoven — Piano Concerto No. 4 in G Major Beethoven — Symphony No. 9 in D Minor

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Chauncey Patterson

Heavenly Mischief

March

Principal Viola

Mozart | Arriaga Haydn

The Future Is Here

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Beethoven | Danielpour Mendelssohn

Earth Tones

Marc Reese Principal Trumpet November

Diamond | Creston Mendelssohn

Don’t Miss!

April

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Climbing Tomorrow

Throughout the 2019/20 ‘Dare To Dream’ season!

Lunch-&-Learn Series

Nadine Asin Principal Flute

Lee | Gershwin Tchaikovsky

SUB SCRIPTIONS on sale now Box Office (561) 281-0145

SINGLE TICKETS on sale October 7

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Sponsored in part by the Board of County Commissioners, the Tourist Development Council, and the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County.

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NOTHING LIKE LIVE

MUSIC!

Where History Meets Adventure

April 23

History Museum Nature Trails Program & Events Gift Shop • Weddings 561-747-8380 jupiterlighthouse.org

TINDALL PIONEER HOMESTEAD 500 Captain Armour’s Way, Jupiter, FL 33469 501(C)3 nonprofit

Also coming your way in Dreyfoos Hall ...

ARRIVAL FROM SWEDEN THE MUSIC OF ABBA December 31

Sponsored in part by the Board of County Commissioners, the Tourist Development Council and the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County.

RAIN A TRIBUTE TO THE BEATLES April 16

ONE NIGHT OF QUEEN PERFORMED BY GARY MULLEN AND THE WORKS May 9

DISCOVER YOUR SUPER POWERS!

ON EXHIBIT UNTIL APRIL 19, 2020

4801 Dreher Trail N, West Palm Beach, FL 33405 (561) 832 -1988 • SFScienceCenter.org

Visit kravis.org or call 561.832.7469 Group sales: 561.651.4438 or 561.651.4304 All programs and artists subject to change

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BALLETX Jan 17 & 18, 2020 @ 8PM

Jan 25, 2020 @ 8PM

Feb 7 & 8, 2020 @ 8:00PM Matinée Performance @ 2PM on Feb 8

DORRANCE DANCE Feb 7 & 8, 2020 @ 8PM CHE MALAMBO Feb 28 & 29, 2020 @ 8PM PILOBOLUS: Come to Your Senses April 3 & 4, 2020 @ 8PM

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NorthwoodVillage.com

Feb 20, 2020 @ 8PM

4200 Congress Ave (I-95 Exit #63, west 1 mile)

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T H E PA L M B E AC H E S OUTDOOR JURIED FINE ART SHOW

Admission

Free

PRESENTED BY THE CORNELL ART MUSEUM

NOV 9, 2019 10 AM TO 5 PM NOV 10, 2019 10 AM TO 4 PM

Sat & Sun, Dec 7 - 8, 2019

10:00 am - 5:00 pm Armory Art Center Campus

SPRING PRESENTED BY THE CORNELL ART MUSEUM

FEB 8, 2020 10 AM TO 5 PM FEB 9, 2020 10 AM TO 4 PM 51 N Swinton Ave.,Delray Beach, FL CornellArtMuseum.org

Presented by the Laurence W. Levine Foundation, Inc. 811 Park Place, West Palm Beach FL 33401 (561) 832-1776 armoryart.org

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GEORGIA O’KEEFFE LIVING MODERN NOVEMBER 22, 2019 – FEBRUARY 2, 2020

1450 S. Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, Florida 33401 norton.org Find us on social: @nortonmuseumofart / #nortonnow

above: Alfred Stieglitz (American, 1864–1946). Georgia O’Keeffe, circa 1920–22. Gelatin silver print, 4½ x 3½ in. (11.4 x 9 cm). Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, Gift of The Georgia O’Keeffe Foundation, 2003.01.006 Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern is organized by the Brooklyn Museum, with guest curator Wanda M. Corn, Robert and Ruth Halperin Professor Emerita in Art History, Stanford University and made possible by the National Endowment for the Arts. Sponsorship for this exhibition at the Norton was provided by the Esther B. O’Keeffe Charitable Foundation. Additional support provided by the Priscilla and John Richman Endowment for American Art.

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Learn from the Masters

© SCOTT KELLY/NASA VIA ZUMA WIRE VIEW LOOKING DOWN AT A FROZEN LAKE IN HIMALAYA MOUNTAINS OF NEPAL FROM SPACE

PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS For all ages, from basic to advanced: Nature, Portraiture, Architectural, Editing Software including Photoshop and Lightroom...

FOTOFUSION FESTIVAL JANUARY 21-25, 2020 99+ once in a lifetime experiences you won’t want to miss!

PHOTOGRAPHIC TOURS Go around the world with us capturing images in Bhutan, Cuba, India, Peru...

Monthly docent-led tours of five colorful geometric sculptures along East Ocean Avenue in downtown Boynton Beach. For the tour schedule and exhibit information visit:

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PRO SHOP The photographer’s “Candy Store!” Stop in for the latest and greatest! MUSEUM Enjoy world-class photography exhibitions in our beautiful gallery... free and open to the public.

415 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33401

561-253-2600 • workshop.org

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The Joy of Nature...

Stickwork sculpture by artist Patrick Dougherty, located on the Great Lawn

Nov 29-Dec 1

GARDEN OF LIGHTS December 13-29

DAVID ROGERS’ BIG BUGS January 11-May 10

Fun for the whole family!

The King’s Academy Box Office: 888.718.4253

Dec 6-7

25 Garden Areas l Gift Shop l Nursery 531 N. Military Trail, West Palm Beach | Mounts.org | 561.233.1757 @MountsBotanicalGarden

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Visit balletpalmbeach.org

Kravis Center for the Performing Arts Box Office: 800.572.8471


Making a Difference IN OUR BACKYARD

Chasin A Dream Foundation started with the mission of providing individualized, life-changing assistance to local families with children battling cancer, cystic fibrosis, and other life-threatening illnesses. With your support and resources, we can help ease the stress these families are facing. Our foundation starts with locals helping locals and investing in the health of our local children. Let’s make a difference together. Meet our Warriors at chasinadream.org

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perience, hosted at Okeechobee Steakhouse by widely televised chef Adam Richman, and Dan McKee, master distiller at Michter’s. Richman, a recognized Travel Channel personality, will walk diners through five hearty courses—including meats treated to the Lewis family’s three-generational top-secret beef-aging process, an Okeechobee Steakhouse signature— plus expertly matched rare bourbon pairings. Friday sees the advent of two new events: SPICE, an Indian luncheon, and A Dinner at Florie’s, held at The Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach. Hosted by chef Julien Gremaud

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at his original Avocado Grill location in West Palm Beach, SPICE is a five-course noontime meal prepared alongside renowned chefs Maneet Chauhan and Pushkar Marathe. “I have worked with Pushkar previously; we did an Indian-themed dinner at Avocado Grill to benefit No Kid Hungry,” shares Gremaud, who has been involved with Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival since its inception. “I am also looking forward to cooking with Maneet—she has the best social media, and I love watching her on Food Network.” While Avocado Grill’s typical menu consists of a medley of flavorful, garden-fresh meals and small plates such as sushi, raw bar specials and

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ou may have only seen him on your TV screen, but at the Beef N Bourbon Experience, chef Adam Richman will be calling on all five of your senses—especially taste. Best known for his role in “Man v. Food,” he knows a thing or two about fine flavors. Below, Richman foretells the delectable agenda guests can expect during a night spent sampling quality beef and rare bourbons.

What’s in store for guests at the Beef N Bourbon Experience? At this event, we’ll pair the best cuts of meats with high-grade bourbons. One of my favorite bourbons, and quite possibly the only rye I like, is made by Michter’s and their master distiller, Dan McKee. Dan will also be on hand with me to unveil a special release, which has not yet even been made public. Tell us about some of the courses guests can look forward to. I don’t want to give too much away in advance, but Okeechobee Steakhouse is the oldest steakhouse in Florida, operated by third-generation owner Ralph Lewis. Their beef program, featuring only prime beef, is unparalleled. Different cuts of meat, depending upon marbling, proximity to bone and the length of time they are aged—and even whether they are wet- or dry-aged—can drastically alter the flavor, creating quite a bit of nuance and texture in each cut. With each of the five courses, the food and 94

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bourbon will slowly ramp up in intensity. What’s so special about the pairing of beef and bourbon? Bourbon is not something we often see paired with different courses of meals. Bourbon is often seen as something to be enjoyed on its own, but the corn content of bourbon—coupled with its notes of caramel, spice, smoke, vanilla, oak, grass, cinnamon and even cloves—lends itself to pairing with rich and earthy red meat. What’s a fun food fact you’d like to share relevant to PBF&WF? My first real exposure to cooking with and understanding the flavor applications of the spice sumac happened at the Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival years ago, courtesy of chefs Marc Murphy and Robert Irvine. Robert had thrown it in as a secret ingredient in the cooking competition, and being able to sit with them and the good people of Creekstone Farms and learn how it can be applied to red meat and in other recipes—from both a legendary meat purveyor and two of the best chefs to ever do it—was incredible. I learned so much that during a recent trip to Israel, where that spice is super prevalent, they were impressed that I knew so much about it and asked where I learned so much about a spice that influences the Middle Eastern menu. My response: “The Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival!”

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(of course) guacamole, it also blends in the rich warmth of Indian cuisine. “I always try to incorporate some Indian flavors to our menus and specials,” he shares. “I have many very close Indian friends, and I learn techniques from them, cooking in their homes. Indian spices add a delicious element to a variety of dishes. We have a popular curried cauliflower on our menu— it’s also vegan!—and I put my spin on it by adding coconut.”

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SPICE attendees will delight in the irresistible combination of taste and place as Indian fragrances permeate Avocado Grill’s newly breezy, open-concept space. “We recently celebrated the fifth anniversary of Avocado Grill and renovated the entire restaurant,” Gremaud says. “It is such an airy and serene setting now, perfect for a Friday afternoon lunch.” Those who want to experience both of Friday’s newto-the-festival events can head from SPICE to A Dinner at Florie’s, hosted by chefs Jose Gamez and Brandon Salomon. Guests will be treated to cuisine presented by Four Seasons visiting chefs and wine pairings by in-house sommelier

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Jessica Altieri, all set against the rousing backdrop of the liveflame kitchen at Florie’s. Other foodie-friendly ways to spend your Friday include four longtime festival favorites, this year featuring all-new chef lineups: Lunch with Friends at Meat Market; Southern Revival, A Bell & Evans Dining Series at The Regional Kitchen & Public House; an Italian feast called GRAVY featuring Antinori Wines at Café Sapori; and the Chef Welcome Party at The Breakers Palm Beach. Saturday sees the final three of the six events hitting the Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival scene for the first time this

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year. At Master Taste, oenophiles will get a chance to sample rare vintages handselected by master sommelier Virginia Philip at her eponymous wine shop and academy in Palm Beach’s modish Royal Poinciana Plaza. Those with an appetite for grilled goods over grapes can opt instead to attend Porch BBQ at Lantana’s Oceano Kitchen. Chef-owners Jeremy and Cindy Bearman,

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While the 2019 lineup of new festival events is tantalizing, don’t overlook the returning events—they’re back again this year for a reason. Case in point: the Grand Tasting event by Wine Spectator, which takes place as a “grand finale” of sorts on Sunday afternoon, will bring together more than 50 local restaurants and 2,000 guests to watch chefs compete for a $10,000 charity prize. The Grand Chef Throwdown, presented by Creekstone Farms, features guest judges Robert Irvine and Adam Richman.

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sually stunning charcuterie board, filled with a distinctive variety of cheeses, meats, olives, fruits, mustard and jams. An imported Italian oven is used for all of the hot dishes, cooked on cast iron skillets in the scratch kitchen, including the seared scallops served with bok choy slaw and hummus, as well as house-smoked pork belly

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with organic honeycomb, parmesan, shallot and arugula in a honey vinaigrette. The bibb salad of delicate star lettuce, crisp bacon, dolce gorgonzola, heirloom tomato, cucumber, dressed with bacon vinaigrette and garnished with edible flowers, is a work of art. A perfect crust on the wild mushroom pizza is layered with mushrooms, caramelized onions, fresh greens, creamy buffalo mozzarella, black truffle salt and garlic puree, and bursts with flavor. For larger plates, there’s the Fern Street mac and cheese, which blends mozzarella, fontina, 26-month gouda, wild mushrooms, broccolini, asparagus and heirloom grape tomatoes. The tender 8-ounce filet mignon is served over enoki mushroom noodles with a white wine pan sauce. For something lighter, ask for the roasted vegetable platter, a masterpiece of seasonal vegetables, including broccolini, fingerling potatoes, rainbow carrots, cauliflower, wild mushrooms, onions and asparagus on a bed of hummus. We recommend ordering the s’mores with Ecuadworian chocolate covered in toasted marshmallows and graham crackers for dipping. Open for dinner nightly, dine al fresco surrounded by beautiful murals or with a view of the open kitchen. Fern Street also hosts live entertainment and weekly art exhibitions.

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rowing up on a farm in Rutigliano, Italy (Puglia region), Chef Pino began creating dishes with the few ingredients available, often limited to beans. Today fava beans, chickpeas and lentils are still a core element in many of his entrées. For La Masseria he has designed a superb menu that uses a wealth of traditional ingredients to evoke flavors and aromas of the Italian farmhouse culture. “I remember the masseria food; it was simple, fresh and flavorful – it’s whatever the land or sea has to offer in that season,” he says. “That’s what I want to offer people here, the best dishes that represent authentic Italian cuisine.” Chef Pino created the beloved menu at La Masseria Palm Beach Gardens, his latest restaurant venture; as well as La Masseria NYC, Masseria dei Vini NYC and La Masseria East Greenwich, RI. Chef Pino proudly celebrates his Puglia roots.

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Your guide to upcoming, must-attend philanthropy events. DEC. 2 Scripps Research Achievement Centers for Children & Families Foundation Swing For A Cause; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Seagate Golf & Country Club; $5,000; achievementcentersfl.org/ swing-for-a-cause

DEC. 5 JARC Fashion Show With Heart; 11:30 a.m.; Boca West Country Club; Tickets from $50; jarcfl. org/events2/fashionshow DEC. 5 Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League Christmas Ball; 7 p.m.; Sailfish Club of Florida; $750; peggyadams.org DEC. 6 Big Dog Ranch Rescue Foundation Winter Bark Bash; 6:30 p.m.; Trump National Golf Club; $350; bdrr.org DEC. 6 Diocese of Palm Beach Lumen Christi Scholarship Gala; 7 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $400; diocesepb.org/lumenchristi

Dec. 3 Adopt-A-Family of the Palm Beaches Tree Lighting Celebration co-chairs Brenda McGarrity and Jen Dudnyk.

DEC. 3 Adopt-A-Family of the Palm Beaches Tree Lighting Celebration; 6:30 p.m.; The Sailfish Club of Florida; $350; adoptafamilypbc.org DEC. 4 Opportunity Early Childhood Education & Family Center Holiday Luncheon & Boutique; 10:30 a.m.; Sailfish Club of Florida; $200; opportunitypbc. org/events DEC. 5 Unique Gift Luncheon; 11 a.m.; Benzaiten Center for Creative Arts; Tickets from $125; benzaitencenter.org

DEC. 6 Palm Beach Opera Opening Night ‘Hansel and Gretel’; 7 p.m.; Crest Theatre at Old School Square; $25; pbopera.org DEC. 6 TO 7 Ballet Palm Beach ‘The Nutcracker’; Times vary; Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center; Ticket prices vary; balletpalmbeach.org DEC. 7 Busch Wildlife Sanctuary ‘Wine in the Wild’; 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Busch Wildlife Sanctuary; $60; buschwildlife.org

Beach; 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Old School Square; Tickets from $25; pbcfoodbank.org/emptybowlsdelra DEC. 9 YWCA of Palm Beach County Harmony House Luncheon: ‘Cause It’s the Season, Let’s Flamingle’; 11 a.m.; Sailfish Club of Florida; $275; ywcapbc.org DEC. 11 Scripps Research Women in Science Education Kick-off; 5:30 p.m.; Scripps Research; Free; scripps.edu/wise

Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens; Ticket prices vary; ansg.org DEC. 17 Palm Beach Symphony Holly Jolly Symphony Fête; 11 a.m.; The Beach Club Palm Beach; $200; palmbeachsymphony.org DEC. 20 Moreselife Health System Dinner Dance; 7:45 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; By invitation, please call 561.242.4661

DEC. 12 Center for Child Counseling Sip & Shop for a Cause at Lilly Pulitzer Palm Beach; 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.; Lilly Pulitzer; Free; centerforchildcounseling.org DEC. 13 Junior Achievement of the Palm Beaches & Treasure Coast JA Golf Classic; 8:30 a.m.; Jonathan’s Landing Old Trail; $250, $1000/foursome; juniorachievement.com/golf-classic DEC. 13 KidSanctuary Campus Holiday Hoedown by the Sea; 6:30 p.m.; Pelican Club; $250; kidsanctuarycampus.org

DEC. 8 Quantum House Holiday Brunch ‘Sugar Plum Dreams’; 10 a.m. to noon; Admirals Cove; Ticket prices vary; quantumhouse.org

DEC. 14 Teddy Bear Brunch at The Cooper; 10 a.m.; The Cooper; $50/adults, $40/children ages 12 and younger; thecooperrestaurant.com

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DEC. 15 Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens ‘Jazz in the Gardens’; 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.;

Dec. 20 Sondra and David S. Mack at last year’s MorseLife Health System Dinner Dance.

DEC. 28 Loggerhead Marinelife Center Beach Bash Palm Beach; 8 p.m. to midnight; The Beach Club Palm Beach; Tickets from $250; marinelife.org/beachbash DEC. 31 New Year’s Eve Fantasy Ball; 7:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.; The Breakers Ponce de Leon Ballroom; $750; 561.655.6611

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PALM BEACH COUNTY FOOD BANK ‘A MAGICAL NIGHT TO FIGHT HUNGER’

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THE CAUSE: Palm Beach County Food Bank and Downtown at the Gardens created “A Magical Night to Fight Hunger” to alleviate hunger in Palm Beach County. Guests enjoyed a three-course dinner, live music and a magic performance. PHOTOS BY TRACEY BENSON PHOTOGRAPHY 1

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BIG DOG RANCH RESCUE ‘BARKS AND BREWS’ THE CAUSE: Downtown at the Gardens and Big Dog Ranch Rescue celebrated Barks and Brews, during which more than 300 guests enjoyed beer tastings and local bites, while a dozen dogs from Big Dog Ranch Rescue were available for adoption. 3

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‘PALM BEACH STATE COLLEGE: FINE ARTS FACULTY’ EXHIBITION THE CAUSE: The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County hosted a member preview party for its exhibition “Palm Beach State College: Fine Arts Faculty” at its headquarters in Lake Worth Beach. The exhibition celebrated the teaching artists of Palm Beach County and was sponsored by PNC Arts Alive.

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1. Ingrid Robinson and Julie Mullen 2. Natalie Parker and Tom Pearson 3. Susy Diaz and Deborah Pollack 4. Susan Lundin, Casey Tennyson and Joanne Pinciss 5. Leslie Albert, Elisa Karas and Dave Lawrence

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THE CAUSE: Guests of Doris Italian Market & Bakery sampled more than 100 wines from around the world at an exclusive wine buying event in North Palm Beach. This open-to-the-public event also featured a full gourmet buffet and artisan cheeses. PHOTOS BY DORIS ITALIAN MARKET & BAKERY

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DOWNTOWN AT THE GARDENS BREAKS GROUND WITH LIFE TIME THE CAUSE: ShopCore Properties, Downtown at the Gardens and Life Time broke ground at Downtown at the Gardens for the new high-end athletic lifestyle resort. The nearly 120,000-squarefoot resort is scheduled to open in 2021 with best-in-class amenities, programs and a rooftop beach club.

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1. Matthew Jay Lane, Rachelle Litt, Mark Marciano, Maria Marino and Carl Woods 2. Nina Rogers and Brian Donley 3. Ian Mathison, Jeff Quinlivan and Steve Mathison 4. Natalie Bushaw and Aaron Koehler 5. Dana Middleton and Kaitlin Dean

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RDK MELANOMA FOUNDATION ‘ECLIPSE 2020’ KICK-OFF LUNCHEON

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THE CAUSE: Mary Bryant McCourt kicked off RDK Melanoma Foundation’s 20192020 season with a committee meeting and luncheon. The committee met for the 21st annual Luncheon & Fashion Show “Eclipse 2020,” which features designer J. Mendel as well as a world-class silent auction. PHOTOS BY CAPEHART PHOTOGRAPHY

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EXTRAORDINARY CHARITIES GRAND OPENING THE CAUSE: More than 200 guests joined Extraordinary Charities at its new non-profit center for a grand opening. The 16,000-square-foot Center is home to seven different non-profit organizations.

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FOOD FOR THE POOR ‘MISSION POSSIBLE’ LUNCHEON

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1. Richard René Silvin and Cheryl Whitman-Bergen 2. Susan Ricca, Gloria Bycher, Cheryl Whitman-Bergen, Marla Richter, Sabina Fernandez, Ritzy Christensen, Regina Keating, Cindy Feldman and Diana Ricca Chitwood 3. Diane LeBenger and Katrina LeBenger 4. Susan Ricca and Kate Ovadia 5. Ritzy Christensen and Mandy Krammel

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LOGGERHEAD MARINELIFE CENTER GO BLUE AWARDS KICK-OFF SOCIAL THE CAUSE: Loggerhead Marinelife Center welcomed guests to the Go Blue Awards Kick-off Social at Manatee Lagoon. Renowned oceanographer and underwater explorer Robert Ballard surprised guests with a video recording congratulating finalists and honorees.

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GOLD STAR FAMILIES MEMORIAL MONUMENT GRATITUDE DINNER

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SOUTH FLORIDA SCIENCE CENTER AND AQUARIUM ‘NINE AND WINE’ KICKOFF THE CAUSE: The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium held a 9-hole golf competition “Nine and Wine” at Palm Beach Par 3. The event kicked off the Center’s annual Conservation Cup 18-hole tournament and concluded with an awards ceremony and evening “wine” down reception at Al Fresco.

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he same page in a recent issue of the Palm Beach Post reported on the two greatest threats to the area’s peace and tranquility—the high-speed Virgin Trains, aka Brightline, and the high appetite giant pythons. Both problems have been caused by human action, or inaction. The pythons are a threat because almost 100,000 were imported to this country over 10 years, and some were illegally released in the Everglades where they have thrived in increasingly large numbers. This was reported by Frank Cerabino, the Post’s entertaining columnist. The train problem is a result of various government agencies permitting so many grade crossings on the FEC Railway corridor, never anticipating those tracks might host fast passenger trains. On the same page as Cerabino’s column, the paper reported on a meeting in Jupiter in which citizens objected to the high-speed train on safety and other grounds. First the snakes. Cerabino wrote that they worry him more than climate change. They have already destroyed much of the native wildlife in the Glades. They even duel with alligators, but not always with success. Cerabino noted the pythons are good swimmers. They have been found in Biscayne Bay, well inland from the Everglades. What if, in their quest for food, the snakes start swimming through canals into civilized territory? It is a scary thought that owners of waterfront property might find a huge snake lounging on their back porches or lurking inside boats. They could be a threat to pets or children. On the other

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hand, the snakes like to sun on roads, and some might make the mistake of lounging on railroad tracks and not moving fast enough when a Brightline train roars by.

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nakes were not part of the conversation when residents objected to the expansion of Brightline through Jupiter en route to Orlando. Construction commotion and safety were, however. Nobody can argue that trains going 79 miles per hour or faster are not a concern in areas where the tracks are on the same grade as auto traffic. The FEC gave up its long-distance trains in the 1960s, and little thought was given to the possibility that the same tracks might again be used for passenger trains. The railroad is positioned to serve a booming South Florida population. Indeed, much of that population lives in communities developed along the railroad before major roads came through. Much of the Treasure Coast growth came after the FEC ceased passenger service and numerous grade crossings were built to accommodate the new residents. There are only a few places where roads bridge the tracks.

This rail corridor is not like the northeast where the high-speed Acela train runs on tracks that either are recessed or elevated at road intersections. That railroad was rebuilt for safety many years ago, about the time cars replaced horse drawn buggies. So were the numerous commuter railroads serving the major cities. It is too late to say Florida might have had the foresight to follow that example. It is not too late, however, to consider a partial rebuild of the FEC tracks, closing some grade crossings or bridging major intersections. This was done on the CSX tracks when Interstate 95 was built. More recently, the New River in Fort Lauderdale has a span rising high over the water. It is used by Tri-Rail trains capable of easily making the climb, while the slow and less agile freight traffic continues to use the old drawbridge. It greatly reduces the number of bridge openings that interfere with boat traffic. There are crossings on the FEC tracks where elevating Brightline might be the cheapest way to go. There are also several sections along the FEC where closing a crossing would open up stretches of track where trains could safely hit high speeds. The fact is Brightline is here to stay and opposition from residents of Jupiter and other Treasure Coast communities would disappear if a few stations (and this is planned) are added along the 135 miles from West Palm to Cocoa Beach. The new service gets rave reviews from those who ride the current route from West Palm to Miami. Nothing promotes acceptance of this fast train like riding it. gulfstreammediagroup.com


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