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14 PUBLISHER’S LETTER

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36 TREASURE HUNTER

16 GUIDE TO FEBRUARY

26 BOUTIQUE BUZZ

159 SOCIAL CALENDAR

52 BEST CATCHES

Words from Donna Lewis

Resplendent rings for all personalities

Where to find this season’s hottest events

Shop a curated collection of designer brands at The Skinny Dip in Palm Beach

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Rose-inspired beauty products

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Designer Tanya Taylor creates clothes for the modern woman

Enjoy new American cuisine at The Trophy Room in Wellington

34 NOMAD’S NOTEBOOK

Take a cycling tour of central France

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Meet Megan Weinberger over drinks with Josh Cohen

Were you at the hottest events this season?

Must-attend events

PROFILES 30 STYLE SAVVY Get to know South Florida makeup and skin care maven Deborah Koepper.

32 PRETTY POP-INS Nicole Munder discusses turning her passion for event planning into a retail concept in West Palm Beach.

In the 1980s, Tommy Thompson found a fortune at the bottom of the sea. Meet six of South Florida’s most eligible singles.

72 BOLD HUES

A home in Tequesta gets a detailed face-lift thanks to designer Gil Walsh.

82 WEDDING WONDERS Four local couples tie the knot.

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his Valentine’s Day will be my 29th with my sweetheart Larry, which means next year, we will have been together for 30 years. That’s quite a milestone and quite a feat (and makes me suddenly feel quite old!), but this Valentine’s Day will mean something entirely different. This will be the day our 16-year-old gets his driver’s license (scared-face emoji!). He got his learner’s permit Feb. 14 last year and won’t be waiting a day past Feb. 14 this year to obtain his official license to drive. So while others are out having romantic dinners, we’ll be counting the minutes until our teenager, with his newfound freedom, gets safely home. This February issue is the perfect time to celebrate love and the covenant of marriage and the joy that comes from finding your life partner and marrying your best friend. I look back on our wedding day, years ago, and still recall with fondness all the little details that made it so personal and special to us (as well as the little mishaps, like the female DJ announcing us as “Mr. and Mrs. Donna Lewis�). My husband still swears I put her up to it. In “Sweet Nuptials� on page 82, we bring you four local couples who recently tied the knot and describe the details of their special occasion, from the proposal to the most memorable moment of their wedding day, that Publisher Donna Lewis and her they too will remember for the rest of their lives. sweetheart, Larry. South Florida has no shortage of single, successful and suitable bachelors and bachelorettes, and we feature six of them in “Best Catches� on page 52, where they discuss their ideal mate, weekend plans, favorite cocktail, restaurant and spontaneous adventure. How are they still single? I have no idea! A love of the ocean inspired the Intracoastal update by interior designer Gil Walsh, who mixed in some of the owners’ existing furnishings and art with fresh new design to create a modern nautical motif, but this is no boring beach house. Gil Walsh loves color and uses bursts of blue and orange liberally to personalize the space and create a comfortable, timeless sanctuary the owner treasures—see “All in the Details� on page 72. A real-life treasure hunt for millions of dollars in gold coins off the coast of South Carolina has a South Florida twist and turns the hunter into the prey, and a modern-day pirate into a prisoner. In “The Modern-Day Missing Treasure,� follow the tale of hunter Tommy Thompson, who still sits in jail for refusing to release the whereabouts of the gold. Whatever it is you treasure, show some love this February and beyond!

 

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‘FOREVERGLADES’

“Jon Bon Jovi & Friends” is set to headline The Everglades Foundation’s “ForEverglades” Palm Beach benefit on Feb.16 at The Breakers Palm Beach. While helping support a cause that protects and restores America’s Everglades, the event will allow guests to enjoy a special live performance by the American rock legend. (Tickets from $1,250; evergladesfoundation.org)

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The Kravis Center will present the Tony Award-winning musical phenomenon “Les Misérables” from Feb. 12 to 17. Set in 19th-century France, the musical tells the story of broken dreams and unrequited love, passion, sacrifice and redemption. (Ticket prices vary; kravis.org)

SOUTH FLORIDA GARLIC FEST

The “Best Stinkin’ Party in South Florida” is headed to John Prince Park Feb. 9 and 10. Garlic Fest will feature a culinary lineup of more than 100 garlic-infused dishes and a diverse selection of national musical acts, including The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Strange Brew and Steel Pulse. (Tickets from $10; garlicfestfl.com)

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Taking place Feb. 12 at Hilton West Palm Beach, the Women’s Health & Wellness Conference will bring experts together to discuss stress management; digestive, brain, gynecologic and lung health; arthritis; and skin cancer. This year’s keynote speaker is performance and wellness coach Heidi Hanna. ($250; jmcfoundation.org)

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GAUNTLET OF POLO

The world’s preeminent teams, most skilled athletes and finest horses will come together Feb. 13 for three months at the International Polo Club in Wellington to compete in the Gauntlet of Polo. Fans can watch as teams battle head-to-head for three cup titles. The team that wins all three tournaments will be crowned “Gauntlet Champion” and take home $1 million. (Ticket prices vary; internationalpoloclub.com)

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JEWELRY, ART & ANTIQUES

Take a peek at coveted treasures available to be viewed and purchased during the 16th annual Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show. It returns to the Palm Beach County Convention Center from Feb. 13 to 19 with more than 170 international exhibitor collections on display. A special gallery presentation “Contemporary Focus” will also be featured. (Tickets from $20; palmbeachshowgroup.com) Photo by Ellen Negley

Family Time is Time Well Spent

Studies show that the number one way to keep kids from using drugs and alcohol is to eat meals together as a family. It’s important for parents to be involved and informed, and this simple interaction can make a huge difference in the development of a child. Find ways to reach out and connect with your child to support them, encourage them and let them know how much they mean to you. Finding time for your children is not always easy—but it is always worthwhile. Need help to get the conversation started? Call or visit us online and learn how.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR & JOIN US! 24th Annual Family Picnic Mar. 10, 2019 Nat’l Croquet Ctr., West Palm Beach | 11:00am–2:00pm

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ARTIGRAS

Ranked as a top art show in the United States, ArtiGras brings a juried exhibition of 300 fine artists from all over the country to the Palm Beaches. Stop by to view interactive art exhibits, and enjoy live music and demonstrations from Feb. 16 to 18 at Abacoa at Central Boulevard. (Ticket prices vary; artigras.org)

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Destress with New Spa Treatments Make February a month of focusing on some much-needed R&R. We’ve compiled a list of seasonal spa treatments in South Florida to help you destress, unwind and fully rejuvenate. SiSpa at Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa has rolled out a series of winter services (all $119) that focus on getting mind and body right. The 50-minute Winter Rescue Treatment, ideal for anyone recovering from seasonal allergies or chest complaints, clears the sinuses with an upper-body treatment and Ayurvedic scalp massage that incorporates eucalyptus, tea tree and pine essential oils to decongest and boost the body’s immune system. See all nine spa treatments at jupitermag.com.

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Dancing Stars Local talent will compete during the “Breath of Life Ball” hosted by the American Lung Association in Palm Beach County and Treasure Coast at the Kravis Center on Feb. 2.

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CeAnn’s Vieux Season Kick Off and Trunk Show Locals gathered for bubbly and light bites during CeAnn Carney’s trunk show and season kick off at her store, CeAnn’s Vieux.

SOUTH BEACH FOOD AND WINE FESTIVAL For the first time in its history, The Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival will be hosting two events in Palm Beach on Feb. 21 and 23. There will be a dinner co-hosted by Martha Stewart with South Florida chefs Lindsay Autry and Clay Conley at Autry’s The Regional, as well as a Dom Pérignon Seminar presented by Discover The Palm Beaches. Find out more at jupitermag.com.

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Breakfast at Tiffany’s Tea and Fashion Show In support of The Children’s Healing Institute, the fourth annual event is back on Feb. 5 at The Chesterfield Palm Beach.

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You launched the Tanya Taylor brand in 2012. What has changed in fashion from then to now?

[It was] less about the customer. It’s important for any designer today to know who they are designing for and keep their customer at the core of everything they do. Tell us about the Pre-Spring 2019 collection.

Our collections always focus on color, print and easy styles that women can wear to feel their best each day. The collection is about mixing and effortlessness. Resort brings together envy green, purple and bright red. Prints are paired with plaids, and pops of leopard can be found throughout the collection. It feels wearable and fun.

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You launched extended sizing in 2017, offering sizes 0 to 22. Why was this important for the brand?

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Seeing the collection there and meeting our customers. I love to see how different women wear us and make us their own.

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Browse pieces from 45 different designers

The Skinny Dip Shop a curated collection of designer brands By Melissa Puppo

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hen Sarah Rossi and Taylor Ivey first met, they were business owners appearing at the same trunk shows and pop-ups in Nantucket selling items from their respective brands Beau & Ro Bag Company and Ellsworth & Ivey. Soon after becoming friends, they decided to team up and create a seasonal space together in 2016. They opened The Skinny Dip, aptly named for their retail location on the Massachusetts island. With the success of the first store, they went on to launch a year-round location in Charleston, South Carolina, and most recently a Palm Beach storefront, which opened in the fall.

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The Skinny Dip is a collective concept store. The idea came to fruition when Rossi and Ivey opened their first brick-and-mortar, realizing the space was much too big to only showcase their own labels. The solution? “We brought in other synergistic brands—brands that we admire or that we knew personally,” Rossi says. They offer a curated mix of 45 brands from designers across the country showcasing men’s, women’s and kids clothing alongside

home and lifestyle goods. Each brand’s products are displayed for six months with the option to renew. New brands are swapped in throughout the year. “What we do is we give brands the opportunity to truly own the space that they’re in and showcase their collection the way they intended it to be designed,” Rossi says. This is achieved using signage throughout the store with the words “The Skinny on ... ,” detailing each brand’s identity. From Solid & Striped bathing suits and Hedge tennis gear to printed bohemian looks from Guadalupe and sophisticated pieces from Lauren James, there are items for every style. Plus, peruse kitschy home goods (think pink flamingo wrapping paper) and items representative of Palm Beach, like canvas prints, scarves, coasters and more. Accessories are aplenty, including Katie Bartels colorful earrings designed in her Manhattan studio. Guests can also stop by the wine and coffee bar next to a greenery wall with flowers perfect for a photo op. It’s part of the shop’s mission to not only enjoy a retail environment but a lifestyle experience as well.

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Trophy Room The “hottest hang out for equestrians, foodies and socialites” arrives in Wellington By Melissa Puppo

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hat do you get when you mix sophisticated new American cuisine with the equestrian capital of the world? Trophy Room, a restaurant and lounge in Wellington opened in late fall by T&R Hospitality. Its partners include Teddy Vlock and Rob Gray of T&R Development, which recently added a hospitality division. Creating a clean, contemporary hot spot for locals and horse lovers alike is no random feat for Gray; he’s been involved in the equestrian world since he was a child, hailing from a family of competitive equestrian riders. He worked for Equestrian Sport Productions, then in 2013 debuted his first concept: The Gallery pop-up, a nightlife venue at The Palm Beach Inter-

national Equestrian Center, at which fans socialized over well-made cocktails postSaturday Night Lights. When word spread that The Grille Fashion Cuisine was for sale in 2017, he and Vlock jumped at the opportunity to start in the restaurant industry.

STAY A WHILE Chef Joseph Bonavita Jr. is behind the elevated dishes at Trophy Room, which Gray says are “inspired by worldly tables and experiences.” Guests can order prime beef, fresh seafood, brick-oven pizzas, house-made pastas, locally sourced salads, raw bar items and more. Try the Duck Duck Mac featuring duck confit and foie gras morsels smothered in aged gruyere cheese, and the Cobia al Pastor made with Casamigos Mezcal, pineapple, heart of palm and pistachio. Wash down your meal with a flavorful cocktail—some are even made with fresh flowers and edible gold. Gray’s favorite is the Trophy Mule, a refreshing drink that mixes cucumber-infused Tito’s, Fernet-Branca, rosemary, lime and Fever-Tree ginger beer. The wow factor is on full display with the Trophy Sundae, a dessert aptly named for the ultimate treat that is presented to the table in a trophy. Dive into marshmallow fluff, vanilla and salted caramel gelato, hot fudge, graham crackers and a gold leaf.

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2. DAILY DUDS A black leather dress, designer shoes, and black Tahitian pearl and diamond earrings 3. SIGNATURE FACADE Smoky eyes, bronzed cheeks and a glossy pink-beige lip 4. WORTH THE SPLURGE Saint Laurent Rock 40 Chelsea boots with black stars and silver glitter. Whenever I wear them, people stop me. 5. GASTRO GO-TO Jean-Pierre. The food is excellent, and I always feel like I’m dining in a European bistro.

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eborah Koepper loves sharing her insider trade tips. “Every client wants thicker, fuller lashes,” says the makeup and skincare expert. “So I apply a black gel pencil beneath the lash line to create a quarter-inch root. Without that root, lashes look thinner.” Raised in Baltimore, Maryland, the locally based, beauty guru apprenticed for the director of pharmacy at Johns Hopkins before enrolling at Von Lee International School of Aesthetics where she excelled in her makeup classes and culled skin-perfecting secrets from her mentor and the school’s founder, Carole Walderman. Then a random phone call from the First Lady’s hairstylist, Robin Weir, changed everything. Nancy Reagan was scouting for a makeup artist and Deborah’s background in medicine, beauty and business, along with her sartorial sagacity, fast-tracked her to first place. For four years, she perfected the world’s most famous faces, from Princess Diana and Madame Gandhi to sex therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer. Her art attracted a cult following that included Hollywood legends, British rock stars and a Sheikh who asked for her hand in marriage. Later, she was hired by Elizabeth Arden and relocated to the Sunshine State (“The land of Disney and old people,” she teases) to run the cosmetics giant’s Palm Beach outpost. In 1993, she opened Deborah Koepper Beauty on Sunset Avenue, and then launched her eponymous makeup line 16 year later. Today, when she’s not on location for a magazine shoot or putting the finishing touches on her new homeopathic skincare line, Deborah enjoys spending time at her family’s beach house on Fenwick Island where she loves going bare-skinned and collecting sea salt in her flaxen tresses. — Kerr y Shorr

9. DRINKS DU JOUR Synergy kombucha and Cristal Champagne 10. SNACKS ON Homemade salsa with blue corn chips 11. PASSPORT CONFIDENTIAL I want to tour Germany and visit my family in Einbeck. 12. MUSIC MILESTONE Seeing Duran Duran at SunFest. They’re older now, but John Taylor is still so cool. 13. SWEET RIDE A 2017 Land Rover Range Rover in Indus Silver I named Hi-Ho Silver 14. WORKOUT MASTER Yoga, swimming and biking. I’m also a member at LA Fitness because I travel a lot and their gyms are everywhere. 15. GUILTY PLEASURES Caviar and flying private 16. TRAVEL ITINERARY When I go to a new city, I like to wander around. I don’t plan anything in advance, I just go where the locals go. 17. CARRYON CONFIDENTIAL A Gucci wallet, tortoise hair clip, iPhone and ear buds, an embroidered floral handkerchief and lip gloss

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Palm Beach’s Pop-In Princess Nicole Munder brings her gift for event planning to a boutique space off of Worth Avenue. By Kerry Shorr Photography by Michael Price

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t’s a crisp December afternoon in Palm Beach and Nicole Munder chats animatedly with Amie Swan, a close friend and OTG/247 founder. Swan stopped in to see Launch Pad, the 2,200-square-foot retail emporium Munder opened on Nov. 13 with stylist and fashion editor Katherine Lande. Tucked within The Esplanade’s winding footprint where fashion titans like Gucci and Emilio Pucci reign, the pair strategically chose the voluptuous space for its affluent area code and close proximity to Worth Avenue. Inspired by the island’s dreamiest environs, the light-flooded setting is an ode to glamorous living anchored by perennially chic furnishings from West Palm’s Circa Who that home delivers the next day. Eclectic and vintage pieces, like a glass-topped dining room table with a brass ibex base set with dainty pastries, seem at ease alongside the revolving collections of clothing, home goods, hostess gifts and curated pieces one typically finds at trunk shows or on sites like Net-a-Porter. As its moniker suggests, Launch Pad focuses mainly on artisanal wares and merchandise crafted by young, up-and-coming designers and emerging brands often unfamiliar with Palm Beach but that want to test-drive the market before committing to a permanent location. Munder collaborates with each vendor to create a personalized experience or activation, such as a meet-and-greet with the designer over cocktails. “At the end of the day, that’s where retail is heading—toward the experience,” she says. While most designers only keep their collections in-house for two or three weeks, the Palm Beach proprietor is disinclined to call her boutique a pop-up. “We’re a pop-in,” she says, smiling. “We try to editorialize the store so it’s always telling a story. You won’t see lots of cutlery and beach towels and bathing suits everywhere. It all has to make sense.” Her response stays neutral when asked how much her pioneering enterprise nets. It varies, she says. “A vendor who wants to come in for a one-day event is a lot different from

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someone coming in for a few weeks to get into this market.” Bask toweling blazers, Greek sandals from Laiik, and the acrylic placemats and interchangeable inserts, or dailies, Munder designs for Tinge Daily, a table decor company she launched in 2015, are flying out of the store. Palm Beach’s top event planners scoop up her de rigueur inserts in attention-grabbing prints like pink flamingos and cabana stripes, or have them custom designed, to bring extra color and island style to their celebrations. Seated cross-legged on a Milo Baughman-style flame stitch sofa in tailored J.Crew pants and a Calvin Klein top, the Bloomfield Hills native seems a million miles from New York City and her adrenaline-filled days at Vogue. As associate director of special events for the magazine, she clocked long hours and thousands of air miles attending merchandising meetings, representing the magazine on national TV networks like E! and producing spectacular events, including the VH1/

Vogue Fashion Awards. After she left the style bible, she married her childhood friend, Ryan Munder, and the couple relocated to Palm Beach in 2003. Ryan went to work for his family’s investment company, and she settled in before launching her eponymous public relations and special events agency. It took little time for her to cobble an impressive roster of clients, and Vogue tapped her to choreograph its Art Basel fashion shows from 2007 to 2010. Today, her favorite role is raising her three children. She proudly discloses her two eldest are following in her footsteps and have their sights set on entrepreneurialism. Her son, R.J., has embarked on a project that melds philanthropy with his love of golf; and her daughter, Sienna, sells slime (yes, slime) on Etsy. Munder believes a good mentor is mandatory. She recalls the sage wisdom one of her own once shared: “You have got to believe in what you do, or you shouldn’t be doing it.”

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French Biking Bliss Cycling past chateaux in central France by G L O R I A S T U A R T

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fter convincing girlfriends last year to bike with me in the Swiss Alps, I hesitated to make my next request. But who could resist France’s Loire Valley and a bike tour lead by the crème de la crème of biking outfitters, Butterfield and Robinson? Fortunately for me, a resounding, “yes,” was the hoped-for answer. Starting our trip in Paris was a must, and we chose a perfect location on the famous Left Bank, Madison Hôtel, which is located opposite the historic church of St-Germain-des-Prés, near legendary Café de Flore and Les Deux Magots. This chic boutique hotel specializes in personal service delivered through a friendly staff. Private tour to Monet’s Giverny? Musée d’Orsay? Dining reservations? Your wish is their command. Exploring this area fires up the imagination—famous intellectuals roamed along Rue Bonaparte, and

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Jean-Paul Sartre and Ernest Hemingway were locals. After our Parisian jaunt, we spent a few short hours on a TGV speed train from the glamorous City of Lights to the Garden of France. B&R created an itinerary surpassing expectations for the Loire Valley, a serene countryside of rolling hills producing the sweet nectar of famous vineyards—Chinon, Sancerre, Vouvray, Pouilly-Fumé. The Loire Valley abides by the INAO, co-founded by Chateauneuf-du-Pape producer, Baron Le Roy. Our wine sommelier, Vincent Naudinet, explained that the organization is a bit like the wine police of France, instructing how to prune grapes, giving a certain date of when to start picking from vines. Amazingly, irrigation systems are forbidden. Fines are imposed for disobeying. Beyond the vines, the spectacular chateaux were designed and financed by the wealth of French kings. Landscapes were designed by Italian gardeners, architects and artisans who imported an Italian-renaissance style to France. Our first rendezvous with B&R was Domaine de Tortinière, a chateau that has been in the same family for generations with acres of grounds blanketed by lavender and white cyclamens, stunning trees and pathways to explore. Riding along the Touraine countryside was exceptional, as well as the Manse valley. Every possible detail imaginable was organized, from extraordinary culinary experiences, to refreshed water bottles prior to every ride (let’s not forget your preference of fresh lemons and limes), to musicians greeting us as we approached our last dinner together. B&R’s philosophy of “slowing down to see the world” brings the whole level of biking up to the highest standard.

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Tommy Thompson holds a $50 pioneer gold piece retrieved earlier that year—1989—from the wreck of the SS Central America.

THE MODERN-DAY MISSING TREASURE MILLIONS OF GOLD COINS WENT MISSING IN 2010, RIGHT HERE, JUST WAITING FOR SOMEBODY TO COMB THE EVIDENCE FOR CLUES. By Eric Barton | Image by The Associated Press

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ust like any treasure hunt, the details are sketchy, a modern-day version of a deserted island map, with an X marking the spot. But here’s what we know. Back in 2010, famed treasure hunter Tommy Thompson told his girlfriend to show up to a selfstorage facility in Fort Lauderdale. She had briefcases—they can’t recall how many—holding 150 pounds in gold coins. Five hundred coins, to be exact—worth at least a couple million. Thompson, now 66 and sitting indefinitely in federal prison, and his girlfriend say she passed the briefcases to someone Thompson found online, representing a company that was supposed to keep them safe. Maybe keep them in the storage facility. Maybe take them to Belize. And from there, who knows what happened with the gold? Perhaps Thompson and his girlfriend made up the story to keep the fortune for themselves. Possibly, the person who took the coins made off like a bandit. Or maybe, after continuing on with this story, by reading between the lines of Thompson’s tale, you’ll know exactly where to find the gold.

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(above) Captain Herndon went down with his ship after doing all he could for his passengers and crew aboard the SS Central America (left) A contemporary painting of the SS Central America

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AT THE TIME, THE PRESS PORTRAYED THOMPSON AS A SWASHBUCKLING TREASURE HUNTER WHO HAD COMBINED MODERN-DAY TECHNOLOGY WITH THE GUMPTION OF A PRIVATEER.

(above) “Garden of Gold” on the site of the SS Central America at a depth of 8,000 feet in 34 F water (left) In August 1991, Tommy Thompson, left, stands at the helm of the Arctic Explorer in Norfolk, Virginia.

finding sunken treasure, Thompson built an underwater robot he named “Nemo.” Showing it off to prospective investors from 1985 to 1986, Thompson convinced 161 people and companies to chip in $12.7 million to fund his plans. This wasn’t just friends and family—Thompson lured some of the city’s biggest companies at the time to invest, including the owners of the local newspaper, The Columbus Dispatch. Convincing the press to come on board would in part become his undoing. With the money, Thompson created Recovery Limited, an ocean exploration outfit. It would search for a lost fortune that others had spent more than a century trying to find. Thompson hired a crew, bought ships and headed out to deep water off South Carolina’s coast. Surprisingly quickly, they literally struck

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gold. In 8,000 feet of water, Thompson discovered the wreck of the SS Central America. The ship had gone down in a hurricane in 1857. Four hundred and twenty-five people drowned. With them, 10 tons of gold that had originated in the hills outside San Francisco sunk to the ocean floor. In today’s dollars, the gold is worth $292 million. By 1989, Thompson and his crew had pulled up three tons of gold. They reported that they had spotted even more nearby, just waiting for them to return to the wreck. They had explored just five percent of the site and figured over the course of the next few years they could pull up tons more in gold. At the time, the press portrayed Thompson as a swashbuckling treasure hunter who had combined modern-day technology with the

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gumption of a privateer. Having invested in his compaInstead, Thompson ran. ny, his hometown newspaper portrayed Thompson as a hompson began his life on the run by renting a contemporary Robin Hood; someone who would spread mansion in Vero Beach, according to court papers. a fortune around Columbus. “This gold is part of the largHe brought along his former assistant-turned-girlest treasure trove in American history,” Thompson said in 1989. “But the history of the SS Central America is … a friend, Alison Antekeier. They lived like squatters, with celebration of American ideals: free enterprise and hard few pieces of furniture or clothing, they paid for everything with cash, and they hid their money in pipes buried work.” But, when he arrived back at the docks from one of in the ground. Marshals in Columbus learned in October 2012 where his trips to the wreck site, a lawsuit waited for him. Thirty-nine insurance companies that had paid out on a policy they were hiding. But Thompson and Antekeier fled days that insured the SS Central America claimed they were before they arrived. Inside the home, police found a dozowed the gold. The lawsuit became a morass of legal fil- en cell phones, a book on how to live off the grid and ings, appeals and reversed judgments. It would take a de- straps used to hold stacks of bills, stamped “$10,000.” Thompson and Antekeier then lived for a year at cade before the case was settled, with Thompson and his the Hilton Boca Raton investors awarded 92.2 Suites in Boca Raton, percent of the treasure. using a fake name for “It was a shame the registration and payinsurance companies ing in cash. When were allowed to sue marshals arrived, they him,” says Gary Kinder, found Thompson in a a Seattle author who Lincoln parked in front wrote a book about of the hotel. According Thompson. “It brought to an arrest report, he everything to a screechhad $6,500 in cash and ing halt.” four cell phones. Two years later, in Back in Ohio, a 2000, Thompson unPolice released photos of Tommy Thompson and girlfriend Alison federal judge ordered loaded his company’s Antekeier after they went on the run. Thompson to reveal gold to the California the source of the monGold Marketing Group for $52 million. Thompson has said the proceeds went ey he was using while on the run. Attorneys for his former to pay his expenses and legal fees, and some investors investors claimed he had pocketed the 500 missing gold would claim in court papers that they saw none of it. In coins. Thompson told the court the story about the self2005, The Columbus Dispatch owners and another investor sued Thompson, seeking a full accounting of his com- storage facility in Fort Lauderdale. He claimed he pany’s finances. Nine people who had worked to salvage didn’t remember many of the details. Where the gold the gold sued next, and in 2006 a federal judge ordered coins are now, that’s anybody’s guess, he said. “I wanted them to be safe,” Thompson said during Thompson to turn over a full inventory. Thompson’s company filed for bankruptcy in 2012, claiming there was no five hours of meandering testimony this past November. At one point, he claimed he didn’t know where they were money left for investors. In August 2012, Thompson was expected to show up located, but then under pressure from attorneys, he said to a court hearing in one of his many legal cases. He was he believed they were his compensation for the years he supposed to tell the judge what happened to 500 coins spent working to find the wreck. “I’m supposed to have the keys to my freedom by that were still unaccounted for; that never made it into telling where the coins are, but I don’t know where the the big sell-off of the treasure.

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coins are,” he said. “I put them in an off-shore trust. The trustee can put them anywhere he wants.” In court, Antekeier said she moved the missing coins around over the course of four years, shipping them between California and Jacksonville. Antekeier testified that in 2010, Thompson told her to bring the coins to a self-storage business in Fort Lauderdale. She put the coins, weighing about 150 pounds, in four or five suitcases. She claims she handed them over to a stranger and simply walked out. In late November, a jury awarded Thompson’s investors $19.4 million in a civil case that claimed he had cheated them. Just how they will collect the money, however, isn’t clear. The federal judge in Thompson’s case, Algenon L. Marbley, has refused to believe Thompson’s claims that he doesn’t know where the missing coins went. “As long as you are content to be a master of misdirection and deceit to the court, I am content to let you sit,” Marbley said in court. The judge ordered Thompson be held in federal prison on contempt charges until he came clean about where the coins are located. In court papers, Marbley wrote that the case has a “tortured history” and “littered the dockets of so many courts, just as the Central America’s treasure once littered the floor of the Atlantic.” For every day Thompson sits in jail, the judge fines him $1,000. The daily tally is added to a $250,000 fine Thompson was already assessed for refusing to tell the court where the coins went. And that’s, at least upon this writing, where Thompson has remained. Thompson, inmate No. 07332-104, has called the low-security Federal Cor-

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rectional Institution Milan in eastern Michigan home, and maybe he will for the rest of his days. If Thompson knows where the gold coins are located, the secret just might die with him. He left clues, though. The meeting in Fort Lauderdale. The reference to Belize. The briefcases.

Perhaps someone can scour his hundreds of hours of testimony and depositions for clues. Maybe there’s a witness out there to this secret 2010 meeting. A modern-day treasure hunter might just come up with this fortune. It just might be you.

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Asked why she moved from another well-known area real estate brokerage to Waterfront Properties at the peak of 2007/2008’s disastrous economy, Gina Pelcher, also a licensed CPA, said, “I did the math.

Foreign buyers spend nearly $25 billion annually on Florida real estate. “I’ve had multiple ‘sight unseen’ purchases by Canadian and European buyers who found their home on our websites,” Gina said. Another connection to foreign buyers is Waterfront’s exclusive relationship with Londonbased Mayfair International Realty, the largest luxury real estate office in the UK. Through 376 affiliate European offices, teams are on the ground across Europe actively marketing Waterfront sellers’ properties.

When I totaled the time and money I was pouring into marketing my sellers’ properties, rather than my company

“Sellers immediately recognize the advantages and

doing it and paying for it, it didn’t add up in my favor. I’d

efficiencies I bring by having a team and a process in

heard about the resources Waterfront provides agents

place. At our first meeting, I’m often showing real-

and I saw how those resources translated into consistent

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sales, despite the economy.” Gina continued, “After one

team.” This helps sellers make informed decisions by

year at Waterfront, I knew I’d made the right move. Even

understanding the reality of the market and their home’s

in a down economy I sold more properties.”

opportunity in it. Speed to market is another advantage. “When someone lists with me, our team and I begin work

After 15 years in the same micro market, Gina has

immediately. The photo shoot is scheduled. The creative

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homes—at the right time, for the right price. “I know this

a hundred fellow agents and their buyers are made

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immediately aware of the property’s availability.” As soon

them. My expertise benefits sellers and buyers alike.”

as photography is in hand, the home goes immediately

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to the MLS, as well as to Waterfront’s and thousands of

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other websites. “Our process is validated by our success.

buyers are actively seeking a property.

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An adjunct to her encyclopedic mastery of the market is Gina’s inexhaustible work ethic. “Waterfront gives me time. The time I once spent producing marketing materials or trying to find buyers, I now spend working directly on selling the home. I haven’t missed a single showing of my sellers’ properties in more than a decade. That’s hundreds of showings. I have the time to do this because of the team behind me.” That team consists of Waterfront’s 20-person, inhouse creative and digital publishing team. In addition to the digital property marketing and custom print collateral the team produces for every seller’s home, are multiple award-winning property websites. Last year, Waterfront’s site won an international award from

doesn’t lie.” A New England transplant, Gina Pelcher is a married mother of four (plus a Goldendoodle). She spoke at length about how much she enjoys the family atmosphere at Waterfront Properties. Her son is a Waterfront employee and Gina says central to what is so special about Waterfront and its owner Rob Thomson. “A few years back, my son was very sick. I spent two months completely out of work and at his bedside in the hospital. One day Rob came to me with tears in his eyes and handed me a check. He didn’t want me to have the additional stress.” She concluded, “This place has been great for my sellers and for my career, but that day—that gesture—will always be what defines Waterfront for me.”

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Tito’s and soda with a lime. I’m ready to have a good time! And I rhyme. Do you have plans this weekend? I always make time

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Mexican food, please! What’s your type? Someone who is tall, smart, spontaneous and can make me laugh. He values family and knows what he wants out of life [with a] good job and can put up with my crazy schedule (I go to work at 3 a.m.). If he has a cat it’s a deal breaker—I’m very allergic.

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you play well with others? I have an older brother by about 10 years. I also have two nephews and nieces, plus a ton of cousins. I come from a big family. So, yeah, I’d say I play well with others. What are you drinking tonight? My drink of choice is an Old-Fashioned. If that’s not available, just toss me a beer. Let’s go on a spontaneous adventure. Where to? Let’s go storm chasing! I’m a weather geek, so there is nothing more awesome and mesmerizing than seeing a tornado or severe storm move through. Scared? I promise you’re in good hands. What’s your type? The ideal person for me is someone that is down-toearth and feels like home. (I’m from a small town in north Georgia.) She’d be intelligent, and be a person of high character and values. She would put family No. 1. She would be able to roll up her sleeves and be outdoorsy with me, but be able to turn around and dress it up for an eloquent evening.

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the only boy and “baby brother” to my two older sisters—all of us raised by a single-parent father, the best man I ever knew, who did the best he could, all things considered, before his passing from cancer on his own 46th birthday. Let’s go on a spontaneous adventure. Where to? Spontaneous adventures are my favorite. You may be asked to pack a bag that will cover you for the next 24 to 36 hours for an adventure that begins in four hours. I’m a big fan of staycations, what I call “daycations,” and just living in, and for, the now.

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hen a real estate professional asked interior designer Gil Walsh of Gil Walsh Interiors to update her home in Tequesta, she wanted a design that reflected her love for the ocean. She also requested Walsh combine some of her existing furnishings with the new design, including two orange club chairs that would set the tone for bold accent colors throughout the home. Walsh, who has offices in West Palm Beach and Martha’s Vineyard, believes every detail matters when bringing a design to life. The key to creating an outstanding design, she says, is to combine the art of listening with intuition to gain a deeper understanding of the client’s

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needs, wants and lifestyle wishes. With each design, she says, she works to build rapport and trust as a foundation for a beautiful home. Originally, Walsh considered a career in fashion, but with a deep interest in art history, antiques and architecture, she realized that interior design was her passion. Her goals are to deliver comfort, timeless style and classic beauty. In addition to her design work, she is the author of “Gil Walsh Interiors—A Case for Color.” Walsh’s design of the 2,000-square-foot, three-bedroom home on the Intracoastal Waterway takes its cues from the yachting world, using classical beach and nautical motifs in fresh, modern applications. She kept the beige traver-

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tine flooring but used crisp, clean white for many of the walls and furnishings to create a backdrop for punches of color and bold, graphic statements. “There are windows only on the east side of the house, and I wanted white for reflection and brightness,” she says. THE FOYER A dramatic palette of blues and oranges begins in the foyer with a simple console table finished in deep navy with chrome hardware. “I needed to lead the eye into the great room with furnishings, and the navy blue picks up the navy there,” Walsh says. Accessories on the table, including an oblong silver platter, a silver dish with a shell motif and a pure white pot holding a white orchid add visual interest. A tall lamp has a thin metal stem and a small white shade. “The furniture needed to be scaled to the size of the hallway, which is narrow,” Walsh says. “The console isn’t that deep, and the lamp’s thin post complements the scale of the console.” Above the table hangs a stunning circular mirror with a sprawling frame that recalls sea coral. A flat, woven runner on the floor in tones of cream, camel and red blends with the travertine and also picks up red in the mirror frame. In a nearby powder room, delicately patterned blue and white wallpaper sets off a simple, Shaker-style white vanity with a gray and white Carrera marble top, a dropped sink and chrome hardware. The vertical rectangular mirror above has a clean white frame, and a pair of nautical-style sconces illuminate the space.

(above) In the foyer, a mirror with a sprawling frame recalls the look of sea coral. A navy console table introduces the home’s vibrant color scheme.

GREAT ROOM In the great room, solar shades help protect artwork and furnishings from the Florida sun and work to keep the space cool. To begin, Walsh removed the dining table and chairs to create an open space. The décor needed to incorporate the orange club chairs as well as a large abstract painting splashed with deep blue, orange, yellow and red that the owner’s mother had given to her. Walsh used accent pillows to help pull the vibrant colors together. On the floor, she laid a flat, woven area rug with a marine blue background and a white Suzani medallion pattern.

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A comfortable sofa is upholstered in white Sunbrella for easy upkeep, and two apothecary lamps stand behind it. White lacquer end tables add brightness. One holds a piece of blue blown glass and the other a vase filled with bright orange flowers, tying in the color scheme. The rectangular coffee table has a waterfall glass top, and between two club chairs covered in white canvas is a glass drink table with a chrome base. A white leather ottoman can provide additional seating or serve as extra table space. Another eye-catcher is a large, dramatic painting of a fish in tones of blue, orange and black set against a white background. It hangs above a raffia-wrapped chest with drawers for storage. On top is a display of blue bottles, a silver fish and a bouquet of orange flowers. An orange shade crowns a white lamp with a base that recalls a piece of driftwood. A collection of framed prints featuring horses covers a large area

of one wall. “She loves horses and used to ride a lot, so I hung the prints as a collection,” Walsh says. The homeowner also loves dogs and wanted her large papier-mâché model of a friendly canine to be part of the décor. Placed on the floor, it may not have been an outstanding focal point, but Walsh knew just how to maximize the look of the unusual piece. “We had a pedestal specially made to raise it,” she says. Since the former dining furniture had been taken away to create an open space, Walsh designed a small, informal eating area in a corner of the great room next to a glass door leading to the patio. The small white circular table has a resin (above) Vibrant hues of blue and orange set against a backdrop of white define the great room. (left) A dramatic painting of a fish is an eye-catcher in the great room.

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top and bronze metal legs. Woven wicker chairs hold blue and white pillows. On the patio, deep blue furniture that complements the interior colors blends the outdoors with the indoors. MASTER SUITE In the master suite, Walsh created a luxurious, comfortable sanctuary where the owner can retreat at the end of the day. Clean white shades open to let in light or close for privacy. A flat, woven navy and white rug with a geometric pattern adds softness to the light wood flooring, and on the wall are pictures of white coral set against a navy background. The bed’s headboard is upholstered in white canvas that resembles the fabric of sailing ships with nailhead accents around the perimeter. The white linen spread has navy blue trim, a navy and white fringed throw, and navy accent pillows that add more color and interest. White lacquer end tables have mirrored

inserts and a fretwork overlay of white circles. “I wanted them to sparkle,” Walsh says. Each table holds a blue and white Delft lamp with a rounded base and a drum shade, as well as small vases of orange flowers that provide colorful accents. In the master bath, a steeply slanted ceiling presented a challenge. To create a dramatic look, Walsh clad the ceiling, walls and floor with the same large gray marble tiles. The freestanding oval tub in the wet area provides a focal point. “It acts like a piece of sculpture,” Walsh says. The wet room also has both an overhead and handheld shower; all plumbing fixtures are chrome. Outside the wet room is a white lacquer vanity with double sinks and a gray and white Cerra marble top. GUEST BEDROOMS The nautical theme continues in the guest bedrooms, both of which have wood flooring and the same white window shades as the master. In one of the bedrooms, clean

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A flat, woven navy and white rug with a geometric pattern adds softness to the master bedroom. A headboard upholstered in white canvas recalls the fabric of sailing ships.

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A Culturally Inspired Soirée WEDDING DATE:

Nov. 11, 2018

Melissa Tamar Corcos, 31, is a speech-language pathologist at Ann Storck Center and St. Anthony’s Rehabilitation Hospital, and Joseph Manuel Cobo Jr., 30, is an associate attorney at Cole, Scott & Kissane, P.A.

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hile Melissa and Joseph attended the University of Central Florida and had mutual friends, they didn’t officially meet until five years ago in downtown Fort Lauderdale. Melissa knew Joseph was special the day they met. “I always wanted him around, and we did everything together,” she says. The moment Joseph knew Melissa was the “one” came casually while they were watching TV together. “All of a sudden, I started thinking about how lucky I was to have such a beautiful, intelligent and kind woman in my life, and just like that I wanted to spend the rest of my life with Melissa.” Once engaged, they began the search for a wedding venue that was trendy and modern—something they felt described them. “When The Conrad opened it just felt like it was meant to be,” Melissa says. “It was exactly what we dreamed of.” She and Joseph wed at sunset during a ceremony overlooking the ocean. THE PROPOSAL: Melissa helped plan a Father’s Day brunch for her and Joseph’s families at her parents’ house. Little did she know, she was setting up her own surprise engagement party. “When we were all outside Joey said, ‘Oh, look,’ as he pointed to the sky, and there was a plane pulling a banner that said, ‘Melissa, the ❤ of my life will you marry me,’ she remembers. Family

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and friends showed up after to celebrate. For Valentine’s Day, Joseph had the 7-foot heart from the proposal banner framed, and it now hangs in their home. THE DECOR: They chose white and neutral colors mixed with different flowers and greenery for the centerpieces, which varied in heights. Candles were placed all over to create a romantic feel. A greenery wall covered in a mix of flowers at the top was placed behind the sweetheart table as a backdrop. With the reception room’s layout, Melissa and Joseph decided to also include a lounge area filled with white tufted furniture, a bar and a photo booth to add a fun touch. THE DRESS: Melissa is Israeli and always dreamt of wearing

an Inbal Dror wedding dress—the more dramatic the better. “Whenever we used to go to Israel we would drive by her store in Tel Aviv,” she says. “The second I put my dress on I knew that was it.”

THE CAKE: The couple’s cake was designed to mimic their invi-

tations, which had laser-cut flowers. The six-tier cake also featured a piped floral lace detail with cascading white flowers that matched their centerpieces.

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STRAYING FROM TRADITION: Melissa and Joseph opted to hold off on speeches at the reception, fearing they would halt the celebration. Instead, they took place at the rehearsal dinner, and at the reception, the couple honored Joseph’s Cuban heritage with an “Hora Loca,” or “crazy hour,” with dancers on stilts who performed after dinner. They also had a percussionist who played his drum on the dance floor. Guests enjoyed a Cuban coffee bar and a Cuban-themed late-night menu as well. ADVICE TO OTHER BRIDES: “I had so many

people tell me to enjoy every moment and to make sure to take a second to stop and look around and realize that everyone was in the room for you,” Melissa says. “I remember sitting at the sweetheart table with Joey next to me, looking around doing exactly what everyone told me to do. It was really special; I get teary-eyed thinking about that moment.”

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L I TTL E B L ACK B OOK: VENUE: Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach GOWN DESIGNER: Inbal Dror EVENT PLANNER: Kelly Doss Events CAKE MAKER: Earth and Sugar MUSIC: Samba Entertainment, DJ EFI with a six-piece band PHOTOGRAPHER: Muñoz Photography VIDEOGRAPHER: Senderey Video Productions INVITATIONS: Peter the Printer Inc. FLOWERS: Dalsimer Atlas Floral and Event Decorators HAIR AND MAKEUP: VaVaVoom Artistry BARBER: His & Hers Parlour SPECIAL MENTION: Ashley Gorden, venue/event coordinator and catering director with The Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach

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A Day of Dreamy Nuptials WEDDING DATE:

March 17, 2018

THE COUPLE: Jaclyn

Lee Rich, 28, is a finance and acquisition director with Richbuilt Construction, and Harris Stephen Tuchman, 32, works in private wealth management at Oppenheimer & Co. Inc.

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aclyn and Harris met through work. And while Jaclyn eventually moved to a different company, that didn’t stop the pair from falling in love. “I think I always knew deep down, but I didn’t realize it until we both admitted to ourselves and each other that we were more than ‘best friends,’” Jaclyn says. Harris says he knew Jaclyn was his perfect match when he saw her beauty inside and out. “Jaclyn is tiny but carries a huge heart,” he says. “Her love for her family and close friends was just as attractive to me as her big beautiful eyes and cute button nose.” They wed at the Boca Raton Resort & Club in spring, complete with a professionally choreographed first dance to “My Kind of Girl” by Michael Bublé.

intimate, shocking way, he took my breath away.”

THE PROPOSAL: Harris came over after work, and Jaclyn was getting ready for dinner. Excited to show him the new eyeshadow she put on, she closed her eyes and to her surprise, she opened them to see Harris holding out a box. “He had a more elaborate plan for our proposal, but once he got the ring he couldn’t wait the full week to propose and had to propose that night,” Jaclyn says. “He had caught me completely by surprise. In the most

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THE THEME: Jaclyn grew up in Boca Raton and always found the Boca Raton Resort & Club to be a place of wonder, beauty and historic elegance. She and Harris chose to wed at the serene Cloister Garden for an outside ceremony at dusk, and later moved into the Cathedral room for the reception. Their decor was done in whites with an assortment of calla lilies and Asian orchids for a pop of fuschia. An acrylic huppah had orchids cascading down the pillars, and the “simple and sweet” buttercream-tiered cake also incorporated the fresh flowers down its sides.

gathered into layers onto the side and had a sweetheart neckline. “My mom actually picked it out,” she says. After trying on more than 50 dresses, it was the last one in the fitting room. “I was exhausted and wanted to go home, but my mom insisted on this last dress that she had picked out,” she says. “I obliged and tried it on, and it was the dress.”

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SPECIAL MOMENT: “There is just something about the speeches from my parents and our siblings (Harris has a brother and sister, and I have two brothers) that were so touching and loving,” Jaclyn says. It was also the perfect moment for Harris and Jaclyn to sit down, catch their breath and take in the reception. ADVICE TO OTHER BRIDES: Jaclyn’s advice comes from her mom. “At first it sounds absurd. But I promise it was the most valuable tip I had for my entire wedding: when walking down the aisle, pause,” she says. “Come to a complete stop in the middle of the aisle. Take it all in; look around. You will get chills. Take a mental snapshot of this moment. This way you can never forget it or feel that you rushed down the aisle in the midst of your nerves.”

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L I TTL E B L ACK B OOK: VENUE: Boca Raton Resort & Club GOWN DESIGNER: Sophia Tolli EVENT PLANNER: Your Special Day By Joni FOOD AND CAKE: Boca Raton Resort & Club MUSIC: “Flavor” by Tropics Entertainment PHOTOGRAPHER: Adam Opris Photography VIDEOGRAPHER: Timeline Video Productions INVITATIONS: Creative Impressions FLOWERS: Boca By Design BRIDAL HAIR: Sandra Grace Hair Studio BRIDAL MAKEUP: Makeup Artistry by Nicole Greenhouse

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An Elegant Affair WEDDING DATE: Dec. THE COUPLE: Elizabeth

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Tatiana Pipko, 23, is a model, athlete and writer, and Darren James Centinello, 28, is a political operative.

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here was something about the way Darren cracked jokes to others that caught Elizabeth’s attention before they had ever spoken to one another. “His sense of humor and the way he was laughing reminded me of my dad and my brother, two of my favorite people, and I just knew,” she says. The two first crossed paths while they were working on the 2016 Trump Campaign in New York City. Once engaged, Elizabeth and Darren wanted to choose a venue that would sum up “the magical way” they met and decided the Mar-a-Lago Club would be the place to do so. For the reception, Waterstone Resort & Marina felt right to Elizabeth because it was the first place she and her family had lunch when they moved to Boca Raton nearly 10 years ago. “I knew that if I could incorporate it into the wedding somehow, it would be very special,” she says. They tied the knot in late December with an Orthodox Jewish ceremony then headed to Boca Raton for the reception.

THE PROPOSAL: Darren popped the question out of the blue in

finally got it, I couldn’t wait any longer and just wanted to propose to her as soon as I could and in a way where she wouldn’t expect it,” he recalls. THE DRESS: Soon after the engagement, Elizabeth went to a

bridal store in Buffalo, New York, for a little fun with her now sister-in-law and mother-in-law. The woman at the store showed the three of them a gown they agreed wouldn’t be right. “Somehow, the lady at the store convinced me to try it on, and all three of us knew right away it was the one,” Elizabeth says. “I also decided to try a veil on as well, and I looked over and saw my sister-in-law crying, and I knew it was perfect.”

THE CAKE: The couple hosted a small Champagne and cake

gathering immediately following the ceremony before heading to Boca Raton the reception. Elizabeth and Darren cut into a vanilla cake with strawberry buttercream inside. It was covered in tiny white pearls and decorated with delicate white orchids.

his apartment. “I spent months working on the ring, and when I

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THE SPECIAL DETAILS: Elizabeth and Darren’s

ceremony featured a gorgeous cascading floral huppah. The ceremony was performed by the rabbi who married Elizabeth’s parents 28 years ago in New York City, along with the couple’s rabbi in Florida. While they didn’t have a “first look,” they did share a moment with the rabbis and their parents before the ceremony.

STAND OUT MOMENT: “The entire ceremony was extremely special to me, and something I will always remember,” Elizabeth says. But at the reception, Darren surprised her by grabbing a microphone and sang Frank Sinatra’s “The Way You Look Tonight.” “[It’s] something I’ll never ever forget.”

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L I TTL E B L ACK B OOK: CEREMONY VENUE: Mar-a-Lago Club RECEPTION VENUE: Waterstone Resort & Marina GOWN DESIGNER: Casablanca Bridal FOOD: Shaike’s Kosher Catering CAKE MAKER: Earth and Sugar CEREMONY MUSIC: Velveteen Ensemble SINGER: Panda Ross DJ: DJ David Edry RABBIS: Harold Einsidler and Ruvi New PHOTOGRAPHER/VIDEOGRAPHER: Miami Wedding Center FLOWERS: New York Floral Design FEBRUARY 2019

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A New Year’s Day Celebration of Love WEDDING DATE:

Jan. 1, 2018

THE COUPLE: Sarah

Brooke Varda, 31, is the wedding and special events manager at The Addison, and Dean Edward Statler Jr., 28, is president and owner of Core Fitness Training.

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arah and Dean met when they both worked at Equinox Fitness in Miami. Four years later, Sarah received a Facebook message from Dean asking if she wanted to meet up. The two agreed to grab drinks in Fort Lauderdale and have been inseparable since. “Dean is a true gentleman and would always open all doors for me, including the car door,” Sarah says. “For most guys, this wears off after a few weeks or months, but not with Dean.” She also adds, “We both had a very clear vision of the future on relationship, family and career.” For Dean, he found Sarah to be the kindest, most loving and strongest person he knew, and he loved her family. “I knew she was the one I wanted to spend my life with not only as my wife but as my best friend.” The two planned a New Year’s Day wedding at The Addison in Boca Raton, which Sarah says was an easy decision since she’s worked in the event industry for many years.

THE PROPOSAL: One evening after Sarah returned from work, Dean told her he wanted to take her out to dinner. The location was a surprise and the only clue he gave was for her to wear a nice dress. They drove south to Hollywood then east toward the beach. Dean told Sarah he needed to stop at the gym his company managed inside Hyde Resort & Residences in Hollywood

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to make sure everything was in order for the next morning’s class. They made their way to the pool deck, outside the gym, where there was a bottle of wine and a dozen roses. “Instead of us just sitting down and starting to enjoy the wine, he asked me to stand in a certain spot and began to get down on one knee,” Sarah remembers. After saying “yes,” 30 of their closest family members and friends came out from their hiding place to congratulate them and spend the evening celebrating. THE DECOR: They wanted a rustic, elegant theme that incorporated their favorite colors of burgundy and navy. When Sarah first met with her flower designer, Benny Ofer from Daniel Events, he told her they had purchased lanterns from an old castle. “Once we saw them, we were in awe and decided all decor would be focused around these beautiful lanterns,” Sarah says. The lanterns were lined down the aisle during the ceremony and were later used at the reception as part of the table centerpieces. THE FIRST DANCE: Guests held sparklers as the couple danced

to their favorite song “Happy Birthday” by Kygo featuring John Legend, with one little tweak—their band changed the lyrics and sang, “Happy Wedding Day.”

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THE CAKE: Sarah and Dean chose a naked style cake for the special day. It was a three-tier vanilla cake with Nutella mousse filling and vanilla buttercream. A beautiful drizzling of salted caramel topped it off. The couple also had a doughnut bar for guests to enjoy. STAND OUT MOMENTS: Sarah says the “first look” was one of the most memorable moments of her wedding day. She and Dean took time to exchange wedding day gifts and read personal vows to one another before the ceremony to avoid bursting into tears in front of everyone at the ceremony. “Not only being in complete shock at how beautiful Sarah was at our first look but seeing her when the doors opened for her to walk down the aisle was the most breathtaking, nerve-wracking experience of my life knowing that I get the privilege of marrying my best friend and calling her my wife,” Dean says.

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L I TTL E B L ACK B OOK: VENUE/EVENT PLANNER: The Addison GOWN DESIGNER: Allure Bridals BRIDAL BOUQUET: Bellissima Bride CAKE MAKER: Earth and Sugar BAND: Bay Kings Band DJ: Custom DJs PHOTOGRAPHER: Muñoz Photography FLOWERS: Daniel Events JEWELER: Raymond Lee Jewelers TRANSPORTATION: Molly’s Trolleys

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pression replaces the need to do a laminectomy, the removal of the bony plates in the back of the spinal canal in order to relieve pressure on the spinal cord and nerve roots. This surgery is performed microscopically through a small incision which avoids cutting or detaching spinal muscles. It can also be performed under local or spinal anesthesia making the procedure very safe, especially in older patients or individuals with other medical problems. This minimally invasive procedure can also be performed as an out-patient.

have chronic back pain. What is Q Iregenerative cell therapy and can it help me?

Regenerative cell therapy is a rapidly A expanding field in medicine. Regenerative cell therapy procedures use your body’s

own natural capability to treat a variety of musculoskeletal and spinal disorders. Cells are obtained from your own bone marrow and peripheral blood to help heal and regenerate. Successful results may alleviate the need for prescription medication and/or surgery. Treatment is individualized to each patient depending on their specific need.

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The Expert In Jewelry & Timepieces Seth Berman, Graduate Gemologist Provident Jewelry

Q Why buy estate jewelry? It’s unique. Old world craftsmanship is A hard to find in today’s modern pieces, which makes each piece one of a kind. When

buying an estate piece you are essentially owning a part of history.

It’s often a better value than recently manufactured pieces. The consumer benefits from not having to pay current market prices–therefore saving a substantial amount of money–and in many cases gets a more superior product. It’s important when buying estate jewelry to make sure you are buying from a reputable industry professional like a Graduate Gemologist so that you are educated on the value and history of the piece.

should I do with my Q What old jewelry? Selling is a great option if you are lookA ing to sell your jewelry immediately. Be sure to deal with a knowledgeable and

reputable company with Graduate Gemologists on staff to insure you are getting fair liquidation value. Consignment is a perfect option for pieces with a higher value and a client that is not looking for payment right away. It allows for more time to find the proper home by sharing the piece with more potential buyers and helps the client get the most value for their piece. Trade: If you want to switch up your style, the easiest way is by swapping out your old pieces for new one. The value of your pieces will be applied towards a purchase, which is often the best deal.

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The Expert In Asset Protection Michelle Silvester GreatFlorida Insurance my Rolex Watch or diamond Q Iswedding ring covered under my homeowner’s insurance policy?

No, high-value items, are not properly A insured under your standard HO3 or homeowner’s insurance policy. Most home-

owners’ insurance policies have limited coverage on jewelry and fine arts, and only cover those items for the perils insured against in the policy like fire, theft, hurricane, and others. Lost valuables are not covered, such as if your Rolex slips off your wrist while you’re fishing or it’s stolen out of your golf bag at the club. High value items are best covered through a special jewelry ridder on the policy or a separate, personal articles floater.

I covered while riding in Q Am an Uber? short answer is yes. The insurance A The provided by UBER to their ride share

driver, while having a passenger in the vehicle, covers their driver for up to $1 million in liability insurance. That means that they will cover up to a million dollars in damages for you related to your injury, provided that their driver is at fault or the other car is at fault and does not have sufficient bodily injury coverage.

I need flood insurance if I’m not Q Do in a “flood zone”? Yes, floods are the primary natural disaster in the United States. “All it takes is a few inches of water to cause major damage to your home and its contents,” the federal government-run website declares. Many conditions can cause flooding; heavy rains, hurricanes and the rapid accumulation of rain are just some of them.

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The Expert In Silk Joanne Snodgrass Nouvelle Palm Beach us about your silk line. Q Tell What makes it special? Traditional silk is a fabric with many A beautiful qualities, but it has an unforgiving fit and requires dry cleaning. After

launching Nouvelle in 2013, working local markets in Palm Beach and Atlanta, I realized that there was a resistance to buying silk. Customers would literally shake their heads and say it’s impossible to sell it in their stores, and only a few boutiques and resorts bought into the line. Disappointed but undeterred, I started researching silk with a mission to develop the perfect silk. The lustrous and feather light qualities of silk had to be maintained but with added benefits of stretch and washability. I travelled to factories worldwide and it took 2 years to develop Nouvelle’s trademarked washable “Silk95FIVE.” It enhances the beauty of pure silk with a proprietary blend to ensure washability and stretch. The first shipments of our casual sophisticated collection with shirts and pants for Resort 2016 was a great success. Since then one can find Nouvelle in the finest specialty boutiques nationwide.

plans do you have for Q What Nouvelle in 2019? We have plans for export in 2019 and I A am excited to be showing in Paris and Tokyo this year. Locally, I work closely with

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The Expert In Hair Solutions for Chemotherapy Andrea Green Hair Professionals solutions can you offer Q What someone who is going through Chemotherapy?

Loss of hair, partial or complete, is a A side effect of chemotherapy and can be physically and emotionally devastating.

In fact, most patients feel that the loss of hair is as difficult to deal with as the diagnosis of cancer. We have carefully designed the all-inclusive Comfort program that supports before, during, and after chemotherapy treatments.

Q What is the Comfort program? Once a person learns they will experiA ence temporary hair loss, we evaluate their current hair density, color, length, tex-

ture and style.  We then help to select and match a wig in their price range. We consult every step of the way to prepare clients emotionally and physically through the process. Once hair begins to shed, clients are advised on a transitional haircut and we fit, cut and style the new prostheses. They receive products for the prostheses and scalp. Clients learn how to take care of the wig and how to protect their irritated and sensitive scalp at home. During treatment we carefully make adjustments or recondition the prosthesis. When treatments are completed and new hair growth begins, we treat the scalp with products to soothe and encourage optimal hair growth. A few months after regrowth, we shape and style the new hair and consult on maintaining and protecting the scalp to achieve healthy regrowth. 

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The Expert In Wedding Photography Yolanda Hill Yolanda Hill Photography is an engagement Q Why session necessary? An engagement session is a great time A to get to know me. We will spend about an hour getting to know each other. I will take note of how you interact with each other, your individual personalities and your quirks. These details will help me capture moments on the wedding day that are unique to the two of you. Also, I recommend taking engagement pictures sooner rather than later so you’re not stressing to get them done when you’re in full-on wedding planning mode.

is the most valuable thing a Q What wedding photographer provides? My biggest gift to you is enduring, unA forgettable memories in the form of beautiful photographs of your special day. I

capture the natural emotions of your wedding day with my camera and my heart. My empathy and love for what I do not only allows me to capture intimate photos you will treasure forever, it also allows me to make your special day go smoothly and one you will reflect on fondly for years to come. I will ensure your day is exactly what you want; I will be your eyes and capture your story.

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The Expert In Business Exit Planning Lou J. Fuoco, CPA, CEPA Fuoco Group & TFG Related Entities but what is a CEPA and how Q for, does one earn it?

Everyone knows what CPA stands

The prestigious Certified Exit Planning A Advisor (CEPA) designation is bestowed by the Exit Planning Institute (EPI) after rig-

orous training and testing. I am part of an elite group of worldwide consultants able to advise business owners on value creation and transfer.

Isn’t it like succession Q critical? planning or estate planning? Why is Business Exit Planning

Business Exit Planning is a process A that helps owners grow, preserve, and transfer business wealth. A CEPA assists business owners and their families to successfully plan and execute ownership transition. Estate planning is not enough to financially protect your family.

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al and financial goals today. There is no time like the present to identify, build, manage and protect your business wealth in order to ultimately harvest and transfer it under the most optimal conditions in the future.

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The Expert In Plastic Surgery With A Signature Touch Dr. Melissa Marks Signature Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery sets you apart from other Q What plastic surgeons? To start, I have extensive training in A both Plastic Surgery and General Surgery. This well rounded background and surgical experience gives the patient confidence knowing that I am highly qualified in total body plastic surgery. For example my experiences with cosmetic breast surgery including augmentations, reductions and lifts is complimented by my experience in surgical removal of breast cancer and breast reconstruction after cancer. Patients can take comfort knowing this applies when scheduling face and body procedures as well.

is the experience Signature Q What Plastic Surgery creates and why do

you think it has been met with such excitement from patients?

For those who haven’t been to SignaA ture Plastic Surgery yet, my practice is a patient-focused and concierge style. It

is important that the patient and I get to spend the time we need so that we can design a plan to achieve their individual aesthetic goals. The patient should know that they will see me and that I perform all of their procedures both Surgical and Non-Surgical. When booking one of our Medi-Spa services Signature has an exceptional aesthetician with over 30 years of experience. This is how we maintain the highest quality of care and create the experience that builds a long lasting relationship.

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The Experts In Decorative Hardware & Plumbing Vicki Pfeil • Ken Waite Miller’s Fine Hardware a trade professional. Why Q I’m should I work with you? Our responsibility is to help you make A the most informed purchasing decisions for your clients. With over 100 years of combined industry experience, working with our skilled professional team is much more personalized and creative than hoping that all your research online comparing prices, specs and comparable products comes together. It’s the most informed and comprehensive way to choose the best options for your client.

Aside from our own industry knowledge, we also partner with dozens of international vendors with excellent reputations for durability, the best materials and forward design, allowing us to offer a multitude of high-quality products for every need and lifestyle. In addition, we continuously stay on top of industry trends and offer state-of-the-art products with advanced technology to make your clients’ lives simpler, and equally sophisticated. Expect impeccable service when you visit either of our showrooms. This personalized attention will continue throughout your entire purchasing experience because our goal is for your clients to be completely satisfied, and you to be the hero. Owned by Vicki Pfeil and managed by Ken Waite, Miller’s Fine Hardware is your knowledgeable source for kitchen and bath products–including decorative plumbing, hardware, lighting, tile and fixtures. Now in its 30th year of business, Miller’s Fine Hardware has been serving our community from its Jupiter and downtown West Palm Beach showrooms since 1989.

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The Expert In Waterfront and Seaside Homes Christina Zecca P.A., G.R.I. The Zecca Group at Illustrated Properties Florida is abundant in Q South realtors, what sets you apart from your peers?

As a native of South Florida and growA ing up in Jupiter area I have extensive knowledge of the area. I have been selling properties and the Florida lifestyle in Northern Palm Beach County and Southern Martin County since 1997. I am not a part-time agent, and always make myself available for my clients.

did you end up specializing in Q How waterfront properties? spend a lot of time on the local waA Iterways with my two sons. When the

market was down I took that time to fish all over the world with some of the top captains and mates. When I have a client looking for a waterfront home I have the backing to guide the buyer in choosing the best fit for their boat, with factors such as bridge heights, ocean access, and docking.

What is your team Q Properties? there like?

How did you end up at Illustrated

wanted to further my career, and A IIllustrated Properties has given me the ability to do that. I have grown my business by forming The Zecca Group. My team consists of Theresa Tecson, my buyer specialist, Samantha Marzke, my internet marketing manager, and Diana Duke, my transaction coordinator. In 2018, I had my most successful year yet. I look forward to continued success in the upcoming years.

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The Expert In Cosmetic Plastic Surgery Kim Edward Koger, M.D. Board Certified Plastic Surgeon is a good candidate for Q Who plastic surgery? Most people have one or two physical A flaws (small or large) that affect their body image and self confidence. If your

breasts seem too small, too big, or too droopy; if your face, neck, or eyelids look saggy and older than you feel; or if you have a loose belly or muffin top, cosmetic surgery can help. The goal of every cosmetic surgical procedure, whether a facelift, tummy tuck, breast augmentation or otherwise, is the same; to enhance the patient’s inherent beauty by minimizing, softening or eliminating aesthetic imperfections.

is a good plastic Q What surgery result? The best results should have no tellA tale signs and look beautifully natural. All patients desire to have natural-looking

beauty and do not want to look like a significantly different person. My surgical training at Duke University and Stanford University taught me to treat each patient individually and customize a surgical plan for their own unique starting anatomy. This results in a beautiful improvement, while still maintaining a natural appearance. Well-done plastic surgery should leave your friends guessing how you look so refreshed and well-rested. Great plastic surgery is “Goldilocks� plastic surgery: not too much, not too little, but just right!

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317 Regatta Drive Waterfront Home with Rare Tennis Membership 4 BR | 4 BA | 3,366 LSF

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When you live in Old Palm you experience an extraordinary private golf club community that many can imagine, but few can enjoy. As you enter through the gates of this 2-acre secluded oasis you are greeted by an exquisite custom-built residence with separate guest house, resort-style pool, private tennis court and batting cage, tranquil lake views and more; all overlooking the 14th hole of the Raymond Floyd designed golf course. Surrounded by lush tropical landscaping, the backyard is an opulent oasis featuring a beach entry pool, swim up bar, private cabanas, lounging suite, pergola, gazebo extensive barbecue areas and summer kitchen. Connie McGinnis with Old Palm Real Estate exclusively sells the Old Palm Lifestyle. Secure your place now in Old Palm. Call today for a private tour.

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Make wishes come true for local foster care children!

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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lomangino and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gusmano invite you to the 7th Annual Gala to benefit Solutions Mobile Unit, an organization that provides free Pregnancy Support Services. The Club at Admiral's Cove

Cocktails from 5:30 pm Dinner at 6:30 pm

Tickets: $175/person

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2019 Jupiter Seafood Fest The annual Jupiter Seafood Festival brings the community together for two days of fresh local seafood, live music, nautical vendors and family entertainment. The event will feature the Andrew “Red” Harris Reef Foundation which is a local non-profit that helps insure the long-term health and vibrancy of our local ocean by building artificial reefs in the waters.

February 23 & 24, 2019 • Carlin Park For more information, visit jupiterseafoodfestival.net.

Fine Arts Festival

Join us for a celebratory dinner to recognize generous philanthropists and leaders who contribute at least $10,000 to Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County’s 2019 Annual Campaign. William A. Meyer will be honored with the Federation’s highest accolade, the Jeanne Levy Community Leadership Award. Featured Entertainer: Broadway Star Mandy Gonzalez (Hamilton, Wicked, In the Heights) Event Chairs: Julie & Peter Cummings, Sydell L. Miller, and Susan & Ron Pertnoy

Monday, March 4, 2019 at 6 p.m. Cohen Pavilion at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts For more information and to RSVP, please contact Christine at bongiorno@jewishpalmbeach.org or 561.242.6667.

Youth of the Year Dinner ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival Produced by the Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce

celebrating 34 years of fine art

Experience the feb art of and local fine artists at one of 16,300 17 &national 18 – Abacoa, Jupiter the Top 50 ranked premier art to shows the nation. Shop, eat, drink Saturday & Sunday 10am 6pm andin Monday 10am to 5pm and enjoy live entertainment, artist demonstrations, emerging Presented by Produced by artists and more. Kids and families will have fun in the ArtiKids Zone sponsored by Hanley Foundation with Art Activities, Interactive challenges, bounce games, face painting and photo ops will alsoand beInformation part ofVisit theArtiGras.org event. Celebrate 34 years For Tickets • Call: (561) 746-7111 of Excellence in the Arts with us!

February 16-18, 2019 Abacoa Town Center • 1155 Main Street • Jupiter Artigras.org

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Hundreds of guests will gather to hear the inspiring stories of seven local teens who are vying for the Palm Beach County Youth of the Year title. Youth of the Year is Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s premier recognition program, celebrating the extraordinary achievements of Club members. To achieve this high honor, Club members must embody the values of leadership and service, academic excellence and healthy lifestyles, and are awarded a four-year Florida Prepaid College scholarship. Proceeds from the dinner will support the Florence De George Boys & Girls Club in West Palm Beach.

Friday, March 1, 2019 • Reception at 6 p.m. • Dinner at 7 p.m. Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa 100 South Ocean Blvd., Manalapan, FL 33462       For event information, please contact Megan Middeke at mmiddeke@bgcpbc.org or 561.683.3287, or visit bgcpbc.org.


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Cocktail Hour with Josh Cohen

WHO: Philanthropist, animal rescuer and senior manager of the Dream Ride Experience, Megan Weinberger

Photos by Mike Jachles

WHAT: The Tito’s “Toretto” cocktail, paired with the General Tso’s Cauliflower (vegetarian and gluten free), flash-fried and tossed in classic sweet and spicy sauce; the Avocado Toast of avocado mash, tomato, pecan wood bacon, pickled red onions, mizuna and sunny side up egg on thick-cut multigrain bread; and the Korean Pork Ribs, marinated for 24 hours, slow roasted, then chargrilled with kimchee and chili-soy dipping sauces. WHERE: The Cooper Craft Kitchen & Bar at PGA Commons / 4610 PGA Blvd., Ste. 100, Palm Beach Gardens / 561.622.0032 / thecooperrestaurant.com / @the_cooper_restaurant

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When I was a kid and my mom converted our garage into an animal rescue, I thought: that it was normal because I was very young at the time. My parents owned a furniture store in Alpena, Michigan, and I remember them rescuing animals and bringing them home in the furniture truck. When they first got started it was the only transportation they had. We eventually developed a collection of dogs, cats, horses and even goats.

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The Special Olympics are special to me because: when I was young my parents adopted my two sisters, Kristi and Louise, who had Downs Syndrome. They had been living in a shack with no windows. My parents would pick them and other kids up on Wednesdays and Sundays to take them to church and to youth group. Eventually, we adopted them. The Special Olympics are so special because everyone is so encouraging of each other; so supportive of each other.

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Something that I wish everyone knew about the Dream Ride Experience is: that it creates a social world and once-in-a-lifetime experiences for these very special people they otherwise wouldn’t have the opportunity to have in life. They have their own “red-carpet” experience where they are the celebrities. Everyone is a winner. Everyone gets to experience and share the joy.

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Because of the Cars & Cocktails event, I myself have learned: how amazing it feels to bring people with intellectual and physical disabilities together with so many people in our community. Many of them become friends and keep in touch throughout life. I’ve learned there’s a lot of good in the world, and a lot of good people that want to help these very special athletes. I’ve learned that if we all do a little bit, a lot of good can happen.

TIto’s Handmade Vodka “Toretto”: 1.5 ounces Tito’s Handmade Vodka 0.5 ounce freshly squeezed lime juice 0.5 ounce Aperol 0.5 ounce simple syrup 2 to 3 jalapeño slices 2 to 3 cilantro sprigs Muddle together, shake, double strain over one large ice cube and garnish with strawberry and jalapeño slices.

Now in her sixth year with the Dream Ride Experience, Weinberger leads the Florida team through the annual Cars and Cocktails winter gala, which will be held this year on Feb. 2 at PGA National Resort & Spa. Founded by Michael A. Bozzuto, Dream Ride is a faction of The Hometown Foundation Inc., a non-profit, charitable foundation devoted to “enhancing the quality of life for individuals and their families, honoring and assisting in six key areas of interest: children in need, major illness, intellectual disabilities, military, emergency response personnel and animal welfare.” Weinberger is also the president of Rescue Life, a non-profit organization committed to rescuing, protecting and caring for numerous animal species. Along with her husband, Eric, two children and approximately 100 animals, Weinberger resides in Palm Beach Gardens.

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NORTH PALM BEACH Aaron’s Table & Wine Bar

1153 Town Center Dr. Jupiter 561.855.2628 aaronstable.com American restaurant and wine bar by Aaron Fuller, former executive chef at Mar-A-Lago Club. Casual, farmhouse chic setting with chef-inspired dishes, unique wines and the best ingredients prepared with love.

Bluefire Grill

4000 RCA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.622.8888 marriott.com This American restaurant located at Palm Beach Gardens Marriott features delicious steaks, seafood, pasta dishes and more.

Blue Marlin Grille

Shoppes of Oakbrook Plaza 11658 U.S. Hwy. 1 Palm Beach Gardens 561.331.8989 bluemarlinpbg.com Delight in Italian, fresh, and contemporary cuisine in a sophisticated dining ambiance with white leather upholstery and blue lighting as well as a full service lounge.

Bricktops

2373 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.530.4313 bricktops.com This waterfront restaurant boasts a tiki bar and outside lounge overlooking the Intracoastal. The menu is eclectic and diverse ranging from Scottish salmon to chicken Milanese and baby back ribs.

Café Chardonnay

4533 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.627.2662 cafechardonnay. com Offering award-winning American cuisine in a casual, elegant environment. The finest local fish and best local produce garnered them the “Distinguished Restaurant of North America” award. Extensive wine list.

Carmines Coal Fired Pizza

4575 Military Trail Jupiter 561.340.3930 CarminesCFP.com Committed to delivering a true Italian experience ala Florence or Milan. This casual restaurant has an eclectic atmosphere inside. Or you can dine al fresco under the palm trees. The pizzas are cooked in a 900 degree coal fired oven, producing a perfectly crispy crust.

Carmine’s La Trattoria

2401 PGA Boulevard Palm Beach Gardens 561.775.0186 CarminesLa Trattoria.com The waterfront ambiance is a perfect back drop for your fine Italian dining experience. A beautiful, private room is also available for parties up to 50.

Carmine’s Ocean Grill & Sushi Bar

2401 PGA Blvd., Ste. 160 Palm Beach Gardens 561.472.7900 carminesog.com This fantastic seafood restaurant, which was once Umi’s Fish Bar, has tantalizing sushi dishes, mouth-watering raw bar selections and classic Ocean Grill signature dishes.

Casa Mia Trattoria & Pizzeria

337 E. Indiantown Rd. Suite E10 | Jupiter 561.972.6888 casamiajupiter.com Featuring only authentically-Italian, from scratch recipes made from quality ingredients, including woodfired pizzas, seafood pastas, delectable desserts and a great wine selection, Casa Mia specializes in every aspect of great Italian cooking. We have many specials and a fun happy hour to boot.

The Cooper Craft Kitchen & Bar

PGA Commons 4610 PGA Blvd. Ste. 100 Palm Beach Gardens 561.622.0032 thecooperrestaurant. com Sustainable, environmentally conscious food in a contemporary setting, with unparalleled service. Inspired by fresh ingredients that are locally sourced and mindfully prepared. Offering artisan cocktails, wines and microbrewed draft beers.

Fresh Nation

891 Donald Ross Rd. Juno Beach 561.318.5371 gofreshnation.com Quick-serve, clean, delicious food made from exceptional ingredients. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Meet your health goals on the run. Nutrition and fitness consults available. Eat in, take out, delivery and catering. Live Fresh. Eat Fresh. Love Fresh.

Guanabanas

960 N. Highway A1A Jupiter 561.747.8878 guanabanas.com Opened by Jupiter surfers as a sandwich shop in 2004, Guanabanas has become an institution in Northern Palm Beach County. Lush, tropical setting, great Caribbean cuisine and cocktails and live music.

Ironwood Steak & Seafood

PGA National Resort & Spa 400 Ave. of the Champions Palm Beach Gardens 561.627.4852 ironwoodpga.com Ideal day or night dining destination. Indulge in contemporary American dishes, locally-caught seafood, decadent desserts, innovative beverage mixology and one of the most impressive wine lists in South Florida.

Little Moir’s Food Shack

103 S. U.S. Hwy. 1 Jupiter 561.741.3626 littlemoirsfood shack.com Cool and creative, this neighborhood delight has become a destination eatery for many.

The Parched Pig

4580 Donald Ross Rd. #100 | Palm Beach Gardens 561.360.3063 The watering hole counterpart to Coolinary Cafe, chef Tim Lipman’s latest endeavor is a craft beer and wine bar serving local and regional craft beers, elevated global wines by the bottle or glass, and bites like cold water oysters, specialty toasts, and charcuterie and cheese.

The Parisian Restaurant & Wine Bar

Cineopolis Movie Theater Plaza 201 N. U.S. Hwy. 1 Jupiter | 561.360.2224 theparisian restaurant.com Modern brasserie featuring exclusive French wine and updated French cuisine classics, serving freshly-made main dishes and desserts. Allow us to take you on a trip to Paris with our stunning design and relaxing ambience.

Pelican Cafe – Full Bar & Live Music

612 US Highway 1 Lake Park 561.842.7272 thepelicancafe.com

Upscale American fare and Italian favorites from Eggs Benedict, Panini sandwiches, homemade Tuscan Pizza, Veal Chops, and Lobster Ravioli. Hearty breakfasts and reasonable priced lunches and dinners. family-owned, great food in a relaxed atmosphere.

Rocco’s Tacos & Tequila Bar 5090 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.623.0127 roccostacos.com An upscale upbeat Mexican-themed bar and eatery. Relish the tableside guacamole, which features Rocco’s secret spice blend.

Salute Market

5530 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.425.5651 salute2u.com Upscale, comfy-chic restaurant, bar, and wine and liquor market. Where Napa Valley meets Palm Beach, offering great food, fine wines, and craft cocktails and beer. Lunchtime guests can enjoy gourmet sandwiches, salads and small plates.

Sinclair’s Ocean Grill

5 N. Highway A1A Jupiter 561.745.7120 jupiterbeachresort. com/dining Located at the Jupiter Beach Resort, dine on gourmet meals in the informal elegance of this tropical atmosphere. This American, Caribbean, Seafood, Steakhouse is Jupiter’s only oceanfront restaurant.

Tommy Bahama Restaurant, Bar & Store

126 Soundings Ave. Ste. 2 | Jupiter 561.406.6631 tommybahama. com/restaurants/ jupiter Located at Harbourside Place, this is a perfect spot for lunch, dinner, or happy hour. Featuring fresh local seafood, regional produce and handcrafted cock-

tails, you can dine al fresco on the outdoor patio.

Uncle Eddie’s Ristorante Bluffs Square Shoppes 4050 S. U.S. Hwy. 1 Ste. #307 | Jupiter 561.508.7799 uncleeddiesristorante.com Owned by a native New Yorker and restaurateur, Eddie’s passion is cooking deliciously authentic Italian cuisine passed down through generations in a comfortable and attractive atmosphere.

CENTRAL PALM BEACH Angle

100 S. Ocean Blvd. Manalapan 561.540.4924 anglerestaurant.com The signature restaurant located at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, features contemporary American cuisine using locally sourced and sustainable ingredients influenced by our region.

Bice Ristorante

313 Worth Ave. Palm Beach 561.835.1600 palmbeach.bice group.com Enjoy excellent Northern Italian cuisine in a setting that makes you feel like family.

Bistro Bistro

506 Northwood Rd. West Palm Beach 561.228.1081 bistrobistro togo.com Gourmet French bakery located in Northwood Village serving sandwiches, salads, pastries, fresh breads, croissants and fine French cuisine.

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Buccan

350 S. County Road Palm Beach 561.833.3450 buccanpalmbeach. com Acclaimed Chef Clay Conley’s creation, Buccan is a highend bistro, featuring progressive American cuisine in a casually sophisticated setting.

Café Boulud

301 Australian Avenue Palm Beach 561.655.6060 thebraziliancourt. com/cafe-boulud Featuring French-American cuisine by award winning Chef, Daniel Boulud and Executive Chef, Rick Mace in a casually elegant style. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Available for banquets and special events.

Café L’Europe

331 S. County Road Palm Beach 561.655.4020 cafeleurope.com This fine dining establishment radiates warmth and hospitality. Serving Continental cuisine and an extensive wine list.

HMF At The Breakers

One South County Rd. Palm Beach 561.290.0104 hmfpalmbeach.com The place for social drinking and eating. Named for The Breakers’ founding father, Henry Morrison Flagler, this thrillingly glamorous retreat is an ode to the golden era of Palm Beach, with all of its high style and unapologetic decadence.

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207 Clematis St. West Palm Beach 561.899.3117 1548 N. U.S. Hwy. 1 Jupiter 561.203.2702 Market 3301 S. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561.444.3391 lynoras.com Classic Italian dishes with a modern outlook! Featuring small plates and authentic wood oven pizzas prepared in sight.

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Pistache

101 N. Clematis St., #115 West Palm Beach 561.833.5090 pistachewpb.com Parisian-style French bistro with a Mediterranean twist. Serving simple, delicious meals made with fresh, local and imported products in an upbeat atmosphere with a European flair.

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1 S. County Road Palm Beach 877.724.3188 thebreakers.com This popular oceanfront seafood restaurant and raw bar features fresh fish, clams, oysters, lobster, shrimp and delectable chowders.

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Continental cuisine that is seasonal and farm fresh. It’s what happens when flavor and simplicity connects. Authentic masterpieces of the continental cuisine in historic Northwood Village!

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Temple Orange Mediterranean Bistro

100 S. Ocean Blvd. Manalapan 561.540.4923 templeorange restaurant.com Located at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, Temple Orange Mediterranean Bistro offers contemporary American cuisine with Mediterranean flavors. The restaurant features oceanfront indoor and outdoor casual dining with magnificent views of the Atlantic Ocean.

traditional American food with a great selection of seafood in an old Florida atmosphere.

Trevini Ristorante

290 Sunset Ave. Palm Beach 561.833.3883 treviniristorante.com Tucked in behind Saks Fifth Avenue at the courtyard of the historic Bradley Park Hotel, Trevini Ristorante is just like an Italian villa with both its indoor and outdoor seating.

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Testa’s Restaurant 221 Royal Poinciana Way Palm Beach 561.832.0992 testasrestaurants. com This landmark restaurant has a history of serving the beautiful island of Palm Beach since 1921. Dine on

Benny’s On the Beach

10 Ocean Blvd. Lake Worth 561.582.9001 bennysonthe beach.com This landmark restaurant at the fishing pier has been serving outstanding seafood with Greek

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Blue Front BBQ Bar & Grill

132 N. Dixie Hwy. Lake Worth 561.833.6651 mybluefront.com From Baby Back & St. Louis style ribs, Grilled Fish and NY Strips, Smoked Chicken with Baked Beans and Cornbread, to BBQ Wings, Collard Greens and Mac n’ Cheese, there’s something to satisfy any craving.

Chris’ Taverna

6338 Lantana Road Lake Worth 561.964.4233 christaverna.com Renowned for its hearty and traditional Greek food that features a mix of classic dishes and Greek specialties that are guaranteed to please even the most discerning palate.

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264 S. Ocean Blvd. Manalapan 561.585.9860 johngs.com This busy little “cash only” restaurant located in the shopping center across from the Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa is a local’s favorite that has been serving fresh, home-style cooked food for almost 40 years.

Paradiso Ristorante 625 Lucerne Ave. Lake Worth 561.547.2500 paradisolake worth.com Mouth-watering Mediterranean cuisine offering a plethora of menu selections using only the freshest ingredients that surprise even the most sophisticated palates.

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607 Ridge Road Lantana 561.586.3000 rigginscrabhouse. com This authentic Maryland style crabhouse has been serving South Florida for over 20 years. Riggins offers various fresh seafood dishes, but is mostly known for their Blue Crabs.

701 Lucerne Ave. Lake Worth 561.547.2782 rusticoitaliano.com From the Isle of Capri, Chef Nino brings personalized service and his family recipes to South Florida for everyone to enjoy in this quiet and romantic restaurant.

4595 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach 561.686.7739 zuccarellis.com For over 30 years Zuccarelli’s has been serving unrivaled authentic Italian cuisine. Prepare to feast on homemade pastas, garden-fresh salads, the ocean’s finest seafood and sizzling prime meats. 6338 Lantana Rd. Ste. #60 Lake Worth 561.432.2477 If you have been searching for soup heaven, stop in here for a great selection of hand-crafted soups and delicious comfort food!

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ark Frangione; Chef & Owner was born and raised in Greenwich, Connecticut. Mark’s love and appreciation for homemade food started at an early age… helping his mother and grandmother create Old World Italian dishes that continue today at the Pelican Café. Try Mom’s Sunday Ragu, White Truffle Sacchetti with Lobster or the Stuffed Veal Chop with Imported Porcini Mushrooms for a taste of Italia’. Mark is a Navy Veteran and has a great passion for food and customer hospitality. His extensive background includes Catering and Front of the House Management for several top restaurants. The Pelican Café is a local favorite offering breakfast, lunch, dinner and catering with food made with love. Founded in 2008, visit www.thepelicancafe.com for more information.

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inny Trupia, better known in his kitchen as Chef Vinny, was brought aboard the Guanabanas kitchen crew at the end of 2008, just as the restaurant was about to open. He brought with him his passion for the restaurant business and his trademark “whatever it takes” attitude. Throughout Guanabanas’ history, there have been many influences in the kitchen and there are many answers when a person asks questions like “who wrote the menu?” or “who thought of this or that?” Chef Vinny has earned his place at the top of that group as a dedicated and creative influence when it comes to designing and running the day to day operations of a high volume restaurant. The future is bright for this young chef and his passion for utilizing new and unique products will keep the menu fresh and exciting. In a day and age where things like the Food Network make television stars and “celebrity chefs” out of “chefs” who never had to cut their teeth in a restaurant kitchen, Chef Vinny has proven he has what it takes to be an innovative and ecologically responsible chef and still “grind it out” on a Saturday night.

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aria Abbenante was born and raised in Ponza, Italy, a tiny island paradise famed for its grottos, botanical gardens and underground Roman tunnels just a few hours from Rome. One of Maria’s favorite early memories was helping her grandmother, Lynora, make pasta at the family restaurant where the all ingredients were fresh and everything was homemade. Throughout her girlhood, Maria clocked countless hours by Lynora’s side learning how to cook and hone her culinary skills – a pastime that developed into a lifelong passion. “This is not a job, this is my heart,” said Maria, who controls the kitchen at Lynora’s Italian Restaurants, Family owned and operated in Palm Beach County since 1976. 3301 S. Dixie Hwy. t West Palm Beach, FL 33405 t 561.444.3932 207 Clematis St. t West Palm Beach, FL 33401 t 561.899.3117 1548 N. U.S. Highway 1 t Jupiter, FL 33469 t 561.203.2702 Alton coming soon! t lynoras.com

Chef W. Scott Osif Maven

the beginning of his culinary career in Pennsylvania, Chef W. Scott Osif has fostered S ince a passion for fresh, local, and sustainable ingredients. Scott’s journey as a chef has

gone from a small country restaurant in central Pennsylvania through Philadelphia, New York City, France, San Francisco, Boston, Nantucket and now Palm Beach Simplicity and regional availability dictates his menus at Nantucket’s Afterhouse and Galley Beach, and now at Palm Beach’s Maven. Scott’s decades of culinary experience in many of the top gastronomic destinations will be evident on Maven’s new brunch, lunch and dinner menus. As the chef partner at Maven he is excited to bring his talents to this American brasserie on Palm Beach. 207 Royal Poinciana Way t Palm Beach, FL 33405 561.220.9641 t MavenPalmBeach.com


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MAVEN PALM BEACH RETURN CELEBRATION THE CAUSE: Maven opened its doors for a first full season on Royal Poinciana Way in Palm Beach. Nearly 200 guests enjoyed a live band, cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. After the kick-off party, a dinner was held to raise funds for Opportunity Early Childhood Education & Family Center.

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THE CAUSE: The annual event drew a record 600-plus to the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum and raised awareness and funds for historic preservation and education of the iconic Palm Beach County destination. Guests were treated to hors d’oeuvres and live music by Trop Pop Trio. PHOTOS BY JEN SCOTT PHOTOGRAPHY

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1. Angelo Hatzopokos, Carmen Bosch and Nick Danielidos 2. Sally Sevaried and Mo Foster 3. Caroline Hansen and Cat Nielsen 4. Bill and Kim Hagan with Mimi Vaughan 5. Cam and Champ Bogue

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THE CAUSE: The Royal Poinciana Plaza celebrated the association’s 75th anniversary season by sponsoring a kick-off reception at the plaza for 300 members. PHOTOS BY CAPEHART

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1. Susan and Bob Wright with Alexandra Patterson 2. Michael Ainslie, Nancy Brinker and Eric Javits 3. Lee and Harvey Poppel 4. Brian and Pam McIver 5. Hillie Mahoney and Janne Rumbough

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THE CAUSE: Guests gathered at Trevini Ristorante in Palm Beach to savor a four-course White Truffle Dinner in celebration of the Palm Beach Wine Auction, which benefited children’s art education at the Kravis Center. PHOTOS BY CAPEHART

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1. Ed and Jen Dudnyk 2. Gianni Minervini and Ted Mandes 3. Tuny Page and Susan Guinan 4. Judy Mitchell and Michael Bracci 5. Kathryn and Leo Vecellio

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UNITED WAY BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL BREAKFAST THE CAUSE: The 29th annual breakfast took place at The Breakers Palm Beach with retired U.S. Navy SEAL Jason Redman as the guest speaker. PHOTOS BY CAPEHART

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1. Alex Dreyfoos and Tony Dowell 2. Debra Vasilopoulos and Paul Leone 3. Trip Moore and Mary Freitas 4. Atesh Chandra, Suzanne Brenner and Raymond Cheung 5. Joseph and Mary Harper

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THE COOPER’S TEDDY BEAR BRUNCH

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1. Rich Rosenthal, Will Penenori and Adam Brown 2. Amyleigh Atwater and Isabella Soublette 3. Amber Strominger and Shelli Lockhart 4. Holly Frain, Julianne Frain, Avery Pate and Laura Pate 5. Vicki and Rich Rosenthal

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AN EVENING WITH IRIS APFEL: CELEBRATING A GERIATRIC STARLET

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THE CAUSE: A formal celebration at Café L’Europe honored Iris Apfel, a local artist, bold businesswoman and global fashion icon, during a benefit event for Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens. PHOTOS BY CAPEHART

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CAPITAL STRATEGIES WOMEN’S FORUM HOLIDAY SOIRÉE THE CAUSE: Nearly 100 women gathered to celebrate a year of personal and professional successes during the holiday event. The evening of cocktails and conversation raised more than $5,000 for The Arc of Palm Beach County. PHOTOS BY SUSAN SPEAKS MCGIRT PHOTOGRAPHY

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PEGGY ADAMS ANIMAL RESCUE LEAGUE FASHION SHOW THE CAUSE: More than 90 guests of Ann and Charles Johnson were treated to a fashion show, featuring adoptable dogs from Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League, accompanied by a five-member veterinary team who modeled fashions from Worth Avenue’s Leggiadro boutique.

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THE CAUSE: Kolter Urban’s Water Club gave realtors an inside look at its newest and final tower, Encore Tower at Water Club. Realtors enjoyed complimentary light bites and a variety of beverages. PHOTOS BY CAPEHART 3 5 1

1. Joe Williams and Wolf Velasco 2. Ashley Williams, Alisha Farnsworth and Cassie Cowsert 3. Steve MarcAntonio, Angel Taylor, Diana Reed and Ashley Cooper 4. Kathleen Bernard and Monika Phillips 5. Diana Wright and Fran Rolnick

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THE CAUSE: The Mo & Sally Morning Show’s Toy Drive kick-off party sponsored by Hamilton Jewelers at The Parched Pig let guests donate toys to benefit families in the Florida Panhandle who were affected by Hurricane Michael. PHOTOS BY TRACY BENSON PHOTOGRAPHY 3 4 1

1. Charlie Page, Rachael Dean and Lindsey and Curtis Bush 2. Carole Anne with Jeff and Mimi Vaughan 3. Petter Gloggner and Dustin Smith 4. Aaron Collins and Sara Nackoul 5. Jim and Kim McCarten

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THE CULTURAL COUNCIL’S ‘X MARKS THE SPOT’ THE CAUSE: The organization hosted a member preview party for its newest exhibition at its historic headquarters. The graffiti-themed show featured more than a dozen Palm Beach County-based artists, who painted directly on the walls of the Council’s main gallery.

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Your guide to upcoming, must-attend philanthropy events. FEB. 2 American Lung Association Dancing Stars; 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Kravis Center; $500; danceforlungs.com

cer Institute Discovery Celebration; 6:30 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $1,250; dana-farber.org

Association Palm Beach County’s Heart Ball; 7 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $850; heart.org/palmbeachcounty

FEB. 2 Harmony: An Exhibition of the Arts; 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.; Meyer Amphitheatre; free; downtownwpbarts.com

FEB. 9 Junior Achievement of the Palm Beaches & Treasure Coast JA Hall of Fame Gala; 6:30 p.m.; Kravis Center; $200; juniorachievement.com

FEB. 16 Center for Child Counseling Black Ties and French Fries; 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Mirasol Country Club; $150; centerforchildcounseling.org

FEB. 2 Maltz Jupiter Theatre Disco Ball Gala; 6:30 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $600; jupitertheatre.org FEB. 2 Cars & Cocktails; 7:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.; PGA National Resort & Spa; $325; dreamride.org FEB. 4 Richard David Kann Melanoma Foundation Luncheon and Fashion Show ‘Eclipse 2019’; 10:30 a.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $350; melanomafoundation.com FEB. 6 Alzheimer’s Community Care Palm Beach Seasons of Life Luncheon ‘Hello Spring’; 10:45 a.m. to 2 p.m.; The Beach Club; $200; alzcare.org FEB. 8 Palm Beach Empty Bowls; 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.; The Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea; $25; pbcfoodbank.org FEB. 8 Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County Winter Ball Gala; 7 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $1,000; bgcpbc.org

FEB. 18 Palm Beach Symphony Gala, Sapphire Dreams; 7 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $750; palmbeachsymphony.org FEB. 20 JAFCO North Palm Beach Luncheon & Card Party at Mirasol; 10 a.m.; The Country Club at Mirasol; $125; jafco.org

Feb. 11 Last year’s Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness Treats & Sweets attendees Nancy Richter and Johanna Kandel

FEB. 11 Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness Valentine’s Treats & Sweets; 1 p.m.; Flagler Museum; $150, $300/VIP; allianceforeatingdisorders.com FEB. 12 Jupiter Medical Center Foundation Women’s Health & Wellness Conference; 9 a.m.; Hilton West Palm Beach; $250; jmcfoundation.com

FEB. 9 JDRF Greater Palm Beach Gem of an Evening Gala; 6 p.m.; Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa; $350; jdrf.org

FEB. 14 Modern Love Member Preview; 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.; Cultural Council of Palm Beach County; Ticket prices vary; palmbeachculture. com/modernlove

FEB. 9 Dana-Farber Can-

FEB. 15 American Heart

FEB. 22 Furry Friends Adoption, Clinic & Ranch ‘Denim, Diamonds & Paws’; 6:30 p.m.; The Club at Admirals Cove; $300; furryfriendsadoption.org FEB. 23 Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness Alliance Walk for everyBODY; 9 a.m.; Sunset Cove Amphitheater at South County Regional Park; $25; allianceforeatingdisorders.com FEB. 23 Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League Barry Crown Walk for the Animals; 9 a.m. to noon; Meyer Amphitheatre; free; peggyadams.org FEB. 23, 24 Jupiter Seafood Festival; 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Carlin Park; Ticket prices vary; jupiterseafoodfestival.net FEB. 23 Catholic Charities

of the Diocese of Palm Beach Birthline/Lifeline Dinner Dance; 6 p.m.; Marriott West Palm Beach; $125; catholiccharitiesdpb.org FEB. 23 Cleveland Clinic Florida Ball ‘A Night in Monte Carlo’; 7 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $1,250; clevelandclininicflorida.org FEB. 23 Friends Of MacArthur Beach State Park MacBeach Ball; 7 p.m.; Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa; macarthurbeach.org FEB. 27 JAFCO North Palm Beach Luncheon and Card Party at Admirals Cove; 10 a.m.; The Club at Admirals Cove; $125; jafco.org FEB. 28 Cancer Alliance of Help & Hope ‘Shop the Day Away’ Luncheon; 10 a.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; Ticket prices vary; cahh.org FEB. 28 AVDA ‘Heart of a Woman’ Luncheon; 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; Royal Palm Yacht Club; Tickets from $175; avdaonline.org FEB. 28 Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County ‘Women Build Kick Off’; 11 a.m.; Wyndham Grand Jupiter; free; habitatpbc.org FEB. 28 Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County Youth of the Year Dinner; 6 p.m.; The Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa; $150, $2,000/table of 10; bgcpbc.org

Note: Dates and times may change. Please contact the individual organization for the most up-to-date information.

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e made a New Year’s resolution to not waste this valuable space with anything as banal as critiquing sports uniforms. But that was last year’s resolution, which we proudly kept, and this is a brand new year and some of the 2018 violations of the uniforms code of duds have been so egregious that we must go on record. This is particularly motivated by the results of recent football bowl games, and the coaching shake ups of the last month, all of which relate to some awful uniform decisions by people that should know better. Please do not think this is an opaque subject. Check the internet. Sports uniforms rank second in hits only to President Trump’s sex life. Let us start with the bowl games. History will show that Notre Dame got blown out by Clemson on Dec. 29, but the truth is they lost that game on Nov. 17—the day they played Syracuse in Yankee Stadium. They won easily that day, 36-3, but in a larger sense, they lost. For that was the day they decided to honor the New York Yankees by wearing the football equivalent of the Yankees’ classic pinstripes. They may make great baseball suits, but they looked awful in football, especially to the 40 million New York Irish fans who turned out with their families to see the Irish in their traditional unadorned gold helmets and pants. Those fans were crushed, and so was God, who takes Notre Dame football personally. God was already upset a couple of years ago when Notre Dame came out in a bilious green, looking like praying mantises for a game against somebody or other. God was further annoyed earlier this season when ND wore their novelty green jerseys—except the green was not a vibrant Kelly green, but rather an insip-

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id avocado, made even uglier by dark numbers. God vowed to punish them, and it happened against Clemson. There was no Irish luck on replay calls that day. Had they not sinned in New York, they still might not have beaten a very good Clemson team, but at least they would have covered.

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loser to home, the Dolphins fired their coach after several disastrous seasons of wearing teal, a very feminine color, as opposed to aqua green. Aqua might also be considered ladylike, except the original Dolphins studs went undefeated with that shade. The current Dolphins made it worse by wearing teal pants with white jerseys and helmets. No symmetry there. Dark pants (think Redskins, Chicago Bears) are only acceptable with dark helmets and white jerseys. Even worse was UM where coach Mark Richt, a classy young talent, had no choice but to resign after losing his mind and letting the Hurricanes wear black uniforms in 2017. One of the most visible logos in sports, the orange and green “U” on the team’s white helmets, was totally lost against the black helmets. The team never recovered from that diabolical uniform. Back in Howard Schnellenberger’s champion-

ship days at Miami, the Hurricanes had a great look. When he started a new program at Florida Atlantic, he patterned the uniforms after UM, and took the program big time in a hurry. Alas, in recent years FAU has changed its uniforms so many times you don’t even know what the school colors are. They dressed for mediocrity. There are numerous examples of teams with no sense of tradition, but let us replay to the positive. It was no accident that the four teams in the college playoffs all have a strong sense of their identity—at least on the football field. Alabama has almost never broken from its successful look, even with numbers on their helmets instead of a garish logo. Notre Dame, despite the aforementioned crimes, usually looks like it did back in the era of Johnny Lujack in the 1940s. We have not studied Clemson as much, but they seem to stick to a predictably orangy style, although we are not fond of solid orange uniforms, or all any color for that matter. Except white. Oklahoma looks very much like the uniforms it wore when we saw the Sooners play Texas in the Cotton Bowl in 1959. Speaking of Texas, they are an iconic pacesetter, either in all white, which looks great, or switching to burnt orange jerseys at home. Both with minimal stripes. They have always worn horny helmets. That elegant taste was rewarded as they handled Georgia, which also dresses quite well, in the Sugar Bowl. It was a case of good dressing losing to better. This is being written with the championship game a few days away. Based on history, we must pick Alabama, especially if they wear their crimson home jerseys. On the other hand, if Clemson wears orange jerseys and white britches, we respect their chances. Especially if they score more points.

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