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The married mother of two is committed to several local causes and organizations. A member of the Martin County Junior League, Jaime is also heavily active with Martin County Healthy Start Coalition. “They were a huge help with my baby and I want to help make sure they can continue to help other mothers.” Jaime Schwartz is as passionate about contributing to the Hobe Sound community as she is about sharing and selling it.
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38 52 D E PA R T M E N T S 14 PUBLISHER’S LETTER
Words from Donna Lewis
16 GUIDE TO JANUARY
Where to find this season’s hottest events
Bedtime rituals for sleeping beauty
22 STYLE FILE
Meet Carolina Herrera’s new creative director, Wes Gordon
26 BOUTIQUE BUZZ Shop Italian linen at 100% Capri
American brasserie Maven opens on Palm Beach Island
36 NOMAD’S NOTEBOOK
Discover the ins and outs of Peru’s capital
124 COCKTAIL HOUR
ON THE COVER Photo by Ian Jacob
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F E AT U R E S 135 SOCIAL CALENDAR
136 SCENE + HEARD
Were you at the hottest events this season?
PROFILES 30 BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXIONS Image Skincare founder Janna Ronert helps promote healthy skincare locally and around the world.
50 MODERN MAVEN Get to know lifestyle creative India Hicks ahead of her South Florida book signing.
38 FOUR SEASONS OF TRAVEL
Plan where to take your next trip during each season of the year.
52 CRUISE INTO STYLE
All-white ensembles perfect for your next adventure.
70 DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT
The Palm Beaches receive a sensational revamp.
88 ARTFULLY DRIVEN
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he New Year will mark my 10th anniversary with Gulfstream Media Group as publisher of Jupiter Magazine and The Palm Beacher, a position I dearly love and am very passionate about. As a native Floridian and resident of the Palm Beaches for more than two decades, thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s no place Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d rather reside and no place Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d rather report on than this little slice of paradise. Ten times a year, we bring you relevant, informative articles on local happenings and important issues, inspiring pictorials on local influencers, fashion, landscapes and homes, and we also advise you on where to dine, shop and travel. We know our readers pay attention and rely on us for quality content, so we take this task very seriously. I hear from readers every month, espousing our valuable content and praising us for work well done. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Your magazines are classy and entertaining,â&#x20AC;? one reader said. Another stated, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve had the joy of reading your magazine for the past decade. I applaud you for delivering a reputable local publication complete with insightful articles, informative reviews and magnificent photo shoots of beautifully designed homes.â&#x20AC;? Hereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a compliment thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s always nice to hear: â&#x20AC;&#x153;I look forward to reading your magazine each month; it is so informative and well done. By the way, it is the only subscription I take; others canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t compare.â&#x20AC;? Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rewarding, to say the least, and in this age of instant gratification, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s nice to hear feedback right after your work is complete. However, all of this wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be possible without our outstanding team of print and web editors, designers, production managers, account managers and the entire staff at Gulfstream Media Group, who will help celebrate my 10th season at the top of our game. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve seen the Palm Beaches evolve and grow over the past 20 years, and they are at it yet again. As we look to the future, we are excited to present some of the makeovers taking place, from Palm Beach Gardens to the island of Palm Beach, including iconic cultural centers, shopping destinations, well-known attractions and our luxury resorts. The Kravis Centerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s expansion project is aptly titled â&#x20AC;&#x153;Kravis 2020: The Future is Now.â&#x20AC;? Check out â&#x20AC;&#x153;A Palm Beach Revivalâ&#x20AC;? on page 70 for the lowdown on downtown development and how your future experiences are about to be elevated. If travel is in your future, we provide some fashion inspiration with â&#x20AC;&#x153;Nautical Nuancesâ&#x20AC;? on page 52, where tropical resortwear and crisp whites take center stage. To assist with your New Year travel ambitions, we compiled a list of on-trend destinations for every season in â&#x20AC;&#x153;Four Seasons of Travelâ&#x20AC;? on page 38. We combined tried and true alongside up-and-coming destinations to entice you to traverse the world. Whether you want to enjoy winter in the Caribbean, see South America in the spring, spend summer in Europe, or adventure through Africa in autumn, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve sourced the best cruises (think Silverseaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s newly renovated Silver Cloud and Avalon Waterways River Cruises), most luxurious resorts (five stars, recently renovated), spas and divine destinations for every season. I sincerely hope you approach the New Year with a fresh outlook and motivation to seek new adventures and hidden opportunities in each new day.
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KIPS BAY DECORATOR SHOW HOUSE PALM BEACH
The Florida iteration of the esteemed Kips Bay Decorator Show House in New York City is returning Jan. 26 through Feb. 20. More than 20 of the nation’s most talented interior designers will have transformed a 10,000-square-foot home in West Palm Beach, showcasing trends and inspiration. Proceeds benefit Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County. ($35; kipsbaydecoratorshowhouse.org/palmbeach)
This equestrian season, take part in a Wellington Insider Tour, which gives visitors a behind-the-scenes peek at what judges, competitors and show managers get to see. During the three-day VIP tour, taking place Jan. 10 to 13 and Jan. 24 to 27, guests will attend the Grand Prix Freestyle, view show jumping, attend the International Polo Tournament final and more. (wellingtoninsidertours.com)
TIE THE KNOT
Planning a wedding in the new year? Stop by The Colony Palm Beach on Jan. 24 for its Bridal Bash. Guests will sip Champagne and enjoy wedding-friendly bites while learning about Palm Beach’s top wedding resources, including floral designers, bakeries, bridal beauty experts and more. ($35; 561.655.5430)
MODERN + CONTEMPORARY
Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary, presented by Art Miami, will bring a worldclass art fair to Palm Beach from Jan. 10 to 13 inside a 65,000-square-foot pavilion located between CityPlace and the Hilton West Palm Beach. The fair will feature quality works from the 20th and 21st centuries. (Tickets from $25; artpbfair.com)
EVENING IN THE GARDENS
Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, in partnership with Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary, will present “Evening in the Gardens” on Jan. 9. The event will feature sculptures by Gino Miles and a presentation of the Ann Norton Award for Philanthropy. (Ticket prices vary; ansg.org)
DANCES AT A GATHERING
Miami City Ballet will present “Dances at a Gathering” during its three-day stint at the Kravis Center from Jan. 18 to 20. Watch as Jerome Robbins’ choreography is set to the romantic music of Chopin. (Tickets from $29; kravis.org)
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.
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24th Annual Family Picnic Mar. 10, 2019 Nat’l Croquet Ctr., West Palm Beach | 11:00am–2:00pm
The Lighthouse ArtCenter is showcasing the never-beforeseen exhibition “Building Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim” now through March 2. On loan from the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the exhibit includes a series of photographs and videos of the building process. Another gallery will feature architectural models and photos from Jupiter Island architect, Scott Hughes. (Ticket prices vary; lighthousearts.org) gulfstreammediagroup.com
20th Annual Golf Classic Apr. 22, 2019 | Admiral’s Cove, Jupiter | 7:30am–3:00pm
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1 Eco-Friendly Cars Tired of shelling out money for gas, harming the planet in the process? It may be time to go electric. Fortunately, South Florida is a popular spot for car shoppers to find eco-friendly luxury cars. The benefits of “going green” with a fully electric or hybrid car include better gas mileage, reduced exhaust emissions and saving money and time at the gas station. Better yet, with improvements to eco-friendly cars being made each year, you don’t have to sacrifice style when picking out a vehicle that won’t harm the environment. Options include the 2018 Karma Revero, the SUV-sized Model X by Tesla and multiple choices from BMW’s iSeries. Head to jupitermag.com for our roundup of the six best car dealerships in South Florida, and see if you can find the electric—or hybrid—whip of your dreams.
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C L I C K / O N
Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa The Forbes Five-Star resort redesigned its ballrooms and meeting spaces. The renovations feature contemporary designs and modern furnishings.
Science Center The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium underwent a $1.2 million renovation to upgrade its backyard, which expanded to include the Splash Pad and Physics Forest, as well as a gem panning station and a human sundial.
Walk of Hope Audrey Gruss’ Hope for Depression Research Foundation will hold its inaugural Palm Beach Walk of Hope + 5K Run to Defeat Depression on Jan. 27 at The Royal Poinciana Plaza.
ROYAL POINCIANA PLAZA Just when we thought Palm Beach’s The Royal Poinciana Plaza had perfectly captured the spirit of an elite island, stepping stylishly into the modern era, we heard that 10 fresh faces have arrived on the scene. Visit jupitermag.com to learn more, or read our story on Palm Beach development in this issue.
Bear Lake Country Club The West Palm Beach country club reopened its clubhouse after a $9.2 million renovation. It includes three dining options, locker rooms and fully stocked golf and tennis pro shops.
The Culinistas The in-home private chef service is now available in the Palm Beaches, providing well-balanced meals. The service includes seasonal menu planning, grocery shopping, cooking and cleanup.
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A Fashionable Debut Wes Gordon on his new role as Carolina Herrera’s creative director By Melissa Puppo
hen tasked with taking over legacy brand Carolina Herrera, there are big shoes to fill. Wes Gordon, 32, is up for the challenge, becoming the new creative director for the fashion house. Following Herrera’s final show at the helm last February, Gordon was named the beloved Venezuelan designer’s successor. Prior to the appointment, the fashion powerhouse and Gordon, who for several years designed his own line that was picked up by Saks, Bergdorf Goodman and Kirna Zabête, worked closely together. During the Jan. 18 Palm Beach Island Hospice Foundation’s Hospice Evening “Palm Beach Fashion Night,” taking place at the Flagler Museum, Gordon will present his reimagined resort and spring 2019 lines. We spoke with the youthful designer ahead of his South Florida appearance. Congratulations on this achievement. What has it been like taking over a label with such a loyal customer base?
It’s a dream come true for me. I love going to work every day, and I’m so excited for the future of Herrera. We’re a house known and loved for our distinctly feminine glamour, and I definitely intend to reinforce that aesthetic. Our goal is to make a woman feel her most beautiful.
What’s your vision for the brand, and how do you plan to achieve this?
What should we keep an eye out for?
Bold prints. Bold colors. Bold silhouettes. The biggest trend? Find clothes that make you feel fantastic. That is style. You’re showcasing the collections at Hospice Evening. Tell us about Carolina Herrera’s role in dressing women over the years.
Every woman wants to feel like the most beautiful version of herself. This was the principle on which Mrs. Herrera built this house. As a result, at nearly any gala you go to, you’re guaranteed to spot someone looking incredible in Herrera. What excites you about visiting Palm Beach this month?
Carolina Herrera is all about color. I want to make clothes that make women smile and dance. There’s a lot of uncertainty and darkness in the world—we need joy wherever we can find it.
The Palm Beach woman knows how to make a fashion statement and loves color. I can’t wait to see how each and every one of them makes a Herrera look her own.
Tell us about the resort and spring 2019 collections.
Tell us something we may not know about you.
When I designed these two collections, I thought about the women I’m lucky enough to know. My friends, mothers, executives, artists, travelers. Modern women. I wanted to make sure these collections had pieces that could speak to all of them.
I was obsessed with design from an early age. I refused to attend kindergarten without red suspenders and blue suede bucks and later pored over [Luchino] Visconti films and fashion biographies.
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he first word that comes to mind when stepping foot inside one of The Royal Poinciana Plaza’s newest boutiques, 100% Capri, is crisp. As the store opens its doors one late morning in November, a customer confirms this thought: “It’s so white and clean, my goodness!” Rows of linen clothing delicately hang inside the space that features lightly colored wooden panel architecture, creating a sleek, modern shopping destination. The man behind the sophisticated line is Antonino Aiello, who spends his time bouncing between his boutiques spanning from Capri, to St. Barth, to Ibiza, among other soughtafter destinations. The Palm Beach storefront is one of only three locations in the U.S., with one in Bal Harbor and another coming to Miami Brickell City Center.
THE COLLECTION 100% Capri offers a selection of chic, clean resortwear for women, including dresses, pants, blouses, jackets and hats, all handmade in Italy. But more than women’s wear, you can outfit the entire family with the store’s selection of handcrafted menswear and adorable kid’s clothing. While white dominates the color scheme, there are also shades of beige, coral and blue that are ideal for your next vacation—or for strolling the streets of Palm Beach. FINE GOODS You may come for the Italian linen, but you’ll stay for the Murano glass that is imported from the famous Venetian Island. And while you’re at it, there are leather accessories to peruse for completing your look.
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Maven Stop by for a seafood-centric dining experience in Palm Beach By Melissa Puppo
pening restaurants in coastal towns is routine for David Silva, a New England restaurateur who brought his latest concept, Maven, to Palm Beach earlier this year. With Nantucket winners like Galley Beach and Afterhouse, Maven opened with a team that includes chef Scott Osif and general manager Terry Cullinan. The trio opened their American brasserie in the former Nick and Johnnie’s location on Palm Beach Island. GRAB A SEAT As if Palm Beach’s idyllic views aren’t enough, Maven’s front patio seating offers a scene straight from a European cafe with Parisian tables and chairs overlooking Royal Poinciana Way. Opt to sit outside for breakfast or lunch while biting into banana-rum pancakes
or the tuna tartare sandwich with avocado puree and togarashi aioli. After passing through the 50-seat bar inside, featuring art deco wallpaper and lighting (a nod to Old Florida charm and the restaurant’s landmark location), guests will find what Silva envisioned from the start: an indoor garden oasis with greenery mingled with tables and chairs. Tall candle lanterns
lead the way to an airy dining space with a new retractable roof for dining under the stars. SEAFOOD-DRIVEN MENU If it’s not obvious at first glance, Maven’s menu has some serious seafood vibes. Choose from raw bar assortments like the Grand Plateau, perfect to split on date night with 12 oysters, six shrimp and a half Maine lobster. Silva also recommends the lobster spring rolls filled with daikon, carrot and togarashi soy sauce. The jumbo lump crab cake, a signature from Silva’s Nantucket restaurant, has made its way south and is a favorite. But it’s not just seafood that takes the spotlight at this brasserie. Grilled Berkshire pork chop with braised red cabbage, wild rice salad and a chimichurri sauce, to Bell & Evans bone-in chicken with roasted tomatoes, baby turnip and spinach in a romesco sauce are other worthy contenders. STAY A WHILE Stop by for brunch on the weekends when vintage bubbly comes aplenty for sipping alongside tasty bites. Our recommendation? Head over for happy hour, offered from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., when the entire bar menu is 50-percent off. Order an Aeroplano di Carta, a play on the classic Paper Plane cocktail. This one is made with Aquafaba, Evan Williams bourbon, Aperol, Italicus and fresh lemon. If it’s Friday, you’ll enjoy the drink with live music playing in the background.
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Hotel, which would be my base for exploring the city. A silvery sky made its yellow-beige exterior pop. Red-carpeted steps led me through a revolving door to an elegant lobby remodeled in 2017 by an Argentinian designer to celebrate the hotel’s 90th birthday. Iridescent floors reflected light streaming in from tall, arched doorframes. Floral arrangements dressed up side tables set beside classic, claw-feet armchairs. And Peruvian art from the local Pedro de Osma Museum, which rotates in pieces that date back to the 16th and 17th centuries, decorated the walls. To the right was the Perroquet Restaurant, where I recuperated from my travels with a breakfast buffet of pastries and local fruits. I continued to recover when my room—the governor deluxe suite—was ready. The 700-square-foot accommodations on
the second floor offered a panoramic view of the courtyard, and the marble bathroom was equipped with an oversized Jacuzzi, candles and bath salts. Downstairs was Bar Inglés, famed for its award-winning pisco sour. I sipped the frothy concoction and wondered where Ernest Hemingway sat as he imbibed the beverage when he visited the Country Club. Other notables who’ve stayed at the hotel include the former Duke of Windsor Edward VIII, writer William Faulkner, actor John Wayne and businessman Nelson Rockefeller. More recently, musician Ed Sheeran stayed in one of the suites—perhaps my room. It’s a possibility because the staff confirmed he didn’t stay in the ultimate suite: the Dom Pérignon. Its grandiose accommodations include a living space, a master bedroom and bath, and a guest bedroom and bath. Additionally, a private terrace sprawls out above the hotel entrance. Beyond the Country Club, there were 43 districts of Lima to explore. But with four days in town, I only spent time in eight. The most up-and-coming of them was Barranco, where street art, breweries and small eateries adorned every street. There is a reason most people travel to Peru, which is to eat. A place to do so in Barranco is at the oceanfront Cala Restaurante. The chef brought out a platter showcasing an uncooked sea bass that could have just been plucked from the ocean in order to get our approval. When we gave the go-ahead on a fish half his height, he created four ceviche dishes in bases like citrus to ají amarillo, with accompaniments such as sweet potatoes (more than 4,000 varieties of potatoes grow in Peru), cancha, onions and peppers. MY FRIEND OF A FRIEND and I jump in a cab that drops us at another hidden nook tucked inside an archway on a street corner. We order lunch in a starkly more casual setting than Cala—the armchairs swapped out for uneven wooden stools; the folded napkins replaced with paper placemats; the ocean view traded for a tiny shop selling handmade jewelry and gifts. Our order comes at random, and some dishes never make it to the table. When traveling, there are often two experiences to be had: those in the comfort of excellent service and luxurious accommodations, and those in which we gain perspective into local life. Choose both.
(left page, top) Country Club Lima Hotel was built in 1927; (left page, bottom) 83 guestrooms and suites showcase classical and Peruvian artworks; (above) Bar Inglés is a destination for trying the local pisco sour cocktail.
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he West Coast is dotted with towering mountain ranges and swanky ski resorts, but we have natural beauty of another variety: the Caribbean. Hurricane Irma may have hit spots like St. Maarten/St-Martin hard, but 70 percent of the Caribbean’s islands were left untouched. According to Andrea Filippi, vice president of global sales for Belmond, 75 percent of St. Maarten/St-Martin is ready to ring in the winter season with resorts like Belmond’s La Samanna reopened in December, following a $25 million renovation. Allinclusive, adults-only Sonesta Ocean Point Resort also debuted its new look last month, with sister property, the 10-acre, 420-room Sonesta Maho Beach Resort, Casino & Spa, quickly following in February. With its UNESCO-listed Blue Mountains (home to the world-famous coffee) and lush jungle, Jamaica is tacking on a few new luxurious touches in the form of 120-room, beachfront S Hotel Jamaica (from the same owners as Kingston’s popular Spanish Court Hotel), opening in Montego Bay in January. This winter, iconic GoldenEye (where Ian Fleming penned James Bond) will debut its new FieldSpa—two spa huts sitting in
the new spa cove, a sliver of sand hugging the lagoon (meaning guests can paddleboard from their villa right to the treatment room). Hole up Bond-style in one of the chic beach villas along the sand (picture outdoor showers, standing tubs and patios prime for sipping Blackwell’s namesake rum), and spend the day sampling refined farm-to-grill Jamaican fare like jerk chicken and grilled plantains at picnic tables overlooking the emerald green lagoon. If you prefer your powder in the form of snow instead of sand, set your sights on Park City, Utah—the largest ski and snowboard resort in the U.S., featuring 7,300 acres, 348 trails, 41 lifts and eight terrain parks. Hop on a direct flight from Fort Lauderdale to Salt Lake City (Delta’s morning flight will land you in time to hit the slopes before lunch) and settle into the renovated Grand Summit Hotel, A RockResort, fresh off a $15 million facelift, where après-ski is served up in spa fashion with mini treatments waiting post-slope.
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hilean autumn (our spring) is one of the best times to visit the country, whose standout wine scene is quickly rivaling that of neighboring Argentina. Santiago, which sits under the shadow of the snow-capped Andes, has become one of South America’s under-theradar capitals of cool with its design-centric barrios, or neighborhoods, and growing gastronomic scenes. Immigrant artisans settled in the Barrio Italia back in the 19th century, but the historic neighborhood is just now having its moment. Stroll along the main strip, Avenida Italia, pausing to admire contemporary art galleries, antique shops and boutiques, with old homes opening up to a number of stores and cafés spilling out onto the street. One of the barrio’s best spots for an afternoon pick-meup: Café de la Candelaria, with its heavy, farmhouse-style tables, wrought-iron patio chairs and secret garden-like courtyard crawling with vines. Call the five-room, modern Maison Italia 1029—a 19th-century home swathed
AMERICA in locally stitched textiles—your base, setting out to sample the country’s vino at hot spots like Bocanáriz, where you can order thematic tasting flights, which makes deciding between the bar’s 349 bottles a whole lot easier. Ambrosía, ranked No. 24 on the list of “Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants 2018,” is another eatery to add to your list. Chef Carolina Bazán pulls from her past experience at Parisian hot spot Frenchie to craft the whimsical, marketto-table menu that adds a French touch to classic Chilean fare. Food and wine are two reasons Chile ranks high on travelers’ lists, and this year’s solar eclipse makes three. One of the prime viewing places: Elqui Valley near La Serena, Chile’s second-oldest city. If you would rather visit a valley closer to the capital, picnic on the foothills of the Andes in Cachapoal Valley, home to 150-year-old Viña San Pedro’s winery. From South American cities like Montevideo or Ushuaia, you can easily hop on an expedition liner to the southernmost
continent: Antarctica. “Adventure travel is one of the fastest growing market segments in our industry, and the demand to visit some of our planet’s wildest places is rapidly increasing,” says Kimberly Krusell, founder and executive travel consultant at Honu Travel. “While retirees still compose a substantial segment of Antarctica travel, there is a growing number of clients from different demographics who are choosing to visit now.” Set off on one of the new luxury expedition liners, such as Silversea’s ice-class Silver Cloud (which recently underwent a $40 million revamp)—boasting the only Relais & Châteaux restaurant in Antarctica—at the tail end of cruising season in late summer (February and March). This is when the days start getting shorter (meaning stunning sunsets) and wildlife is at its most active, with plenty of penguin chicks wobbling on shore.
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arisians flee France in summer, but for transplants like myself (a Fort Lauderdale native who now calls Nice home), this is a favorite season to visit the capital city. July is a month-long holiday, from the fireworks on festive Bastille Day to the climactic finale of Le Tour de France along the ChampsÉlysées. (Fans can even hit the road cycling with some of the pros on Tour de Francethemed rides with operators like Mummu Cycling.) “France has almost always been steady with us,” says Jeannie Cartier Sauleau, president of Sixth Star Travel, a Virtuoso agency based in Plantation. “The interest has grown tremendously for culinary and wine experiences, and what better place than France, including Paris—home to over 70 Michelin restaurants?” Paris features iconic institutions like the Moulin Rouge and former Hemingway haunt Café de Flore, but even the city’s legendary landmarks welcome a bit of modernization from time to time. After a decade at the helm of Eiffel Tower eatery Le Jules Verne, Michelin-starred chef Alain Ducasse is getting dethroned, with molecular master Thierry Marx stepping in to take his place. Rive Gauche hot spot Hotel Lutetia (once frequented by the likes of Picasso and James Joyce) is also getting a facelift in the form of a $234 million renovation, shrinking the room count from 233 to 184—with two suites showing off 360-degree city views. From Paris, board the 40-minute, high-speed train to Champagne, where the region’s first luxury spa hotel, the 49-room Royal Champagne, opened last summer in a former 17th-century coaching inn overlooking the Marne Valley. The perfect weekend itinerary: start with winery tours through big-name maisons like Mumm or Veuve Clicquot before indulging in a facial at Royal Champagne’s Biologique Recherche-branded spa. Then, take your Champagne tastings up a notch with the recently launched Champagne Armand de Brignac (aka Jay-Z’s bubbly) tasting menu at three-Michelin starred restaurant L’Assiette Champenoise. (The langoustine matched with the magnum of Blanc de Blancs is heavenly.) For wine tours that are off the beaten
(left) Royal Champagne; (above) Hotel Excelsior Dubrovnik Palm Terrace
track, head to the Pelješac Peninsula, an hour drive from Dubrovnik. The coastal Croatian city, nicknamed the “Pearl of the Adriatic,” receives more than 500 cruise ships per year, with tourism growing 10 percent annually. Ranked one of Virtuoso’s “Top 5 Emerging Destinations,” Dubrovnik can thank critically acclaimed HBO series “Game of Thrones”—the season 8 finale airs this spring—for placing the city in the international spotlight. Embrace your inner Daenerys Targaryen (Mother of Dragons), tracing the character’s steps through the walled city, which served as the backdrop for King’s Landing. “Dubrovnik is such a magical place, with amazing architecture, interesting alleyways filled with shops and cafés,
crystal clear waters and a cable car to the mountaintop for an overlook,” Sauleau says. “‘Game of Thrones’ has increased the interest as they film there—and there are plenty of tours oriented to those interested—but, of course, there is far more to Croatia, with Split, Istria and Zagreb, not to mention other more unknown spots with secluded beaches, history and friendly locals.” Steer clear of the cruise ship crowds, staying just a 5-minute walk outside of the medieval city walls at Adriatic Luxury Hotels’ Hotel Excelsior (a favorite of both Queen Elizabeth II and Elizabeth Taylor—as well as the “Game of Thrones” cast and crew). The former royal villa, which dates back to 1913, features mid-century modern-outfitted rooms with wraparound terraces that show off two of Dubrovnik’s best views: pine forest-filled Lokrum island and the walled city (best seen while soaking in a bathtub). Start the evening on the hotel’s terrace with a signature cocktail at
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sunset, admiring the glowing Old Town before moving inside for a fine dining feast at gastronomic Sensus, where the slow-roasted osso buco braised veal will practically melt in your mouth. Berlin is a capital that has plenty to celebrate in 2019, from the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall to a century of the Bauhaus and the inauguration of the new cultural center, the Humboldt Forum, housed on the site of the former
Prussian palace. “2019 is a special year for Berlin, full of events and new things to discover,” says Christian Tänzler, visitBerlin spokesperson. “Berlin is also the perfect summer destination, full of open air events, restaurants and cafés, plus one other big advantage: live culture continues in the summer season—no summer break!” One spot that capitalizes on the city’s history: Hotel De Rome, a Rocco Forte property, housed in the former headquar-
ters of the Dresdner Bank, with a swimming pool sitting in the old jewel vault. Another landmark with a name many on Miami Beach will recognize: Soho House. The Berlin outpost of the members’ club is located in the stylish Mitte neighborhood, set inside an old department store that was later converted to the Reich Youth leadership headquarters during the Second World War.
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ew flights from New York (JFK) to Nairobi launched in fall. The first U.S. direct route is one of many reasons the Kenyan capital is stepping into the spotlight as one of Africa’s more enticing cultural hubs, proving it’s more than a stopover city en route to safari in the Maasai Mara National Reserve, where the wildebeest migration roars through from July to October. Galleries like Polka Dot and antique shops like White Elephant Trading Co. are popping up in the well-heeled neighborhood of Karen (where “Out of Africa” author Karen Blixen once lived), while German-inspired craft breweries like Brew Bistro are paving the way for Nairobi’s local beer scene with its rooftop eatery in the city center. History buffs will love the landmark hotel Fairmont The Norfolk, a Christmas gift from Major C.G.R. Ringer to the city in 1904 that counted everyone from Winston Churchill to Princess Patricia of Connaught as guests. According to the 2019 Virtuoso Luxe Report, river cruising is one of the top travel trends, with travelers straying from traditional rivers in Europe to more exotic stretches in Southeast Asia. “Based on our
clients in the South Florida area, luxury cruise bookings have jumped to the top,” Sauleau says. “Destinations are a combination of cruises in the Mediterranean and Northern Europe in the spring, summer and fall; South Pacific (Tahiti and Fiji) and Asia in the winter and spring; and the Caribbean in winter.” Avalon Waterways recently launched its second river ship on the Mekong, the colonial-style, 18-suite Avalon Saigon, which cruises from Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam to Siem Reap, Cambodia. Each day on the river, set out on everything from oxcarts to sampans (small, flat-bottomed wooden boats), cruising through floating villages and touring Angkor temples by tuktuk before hopping back onboard for a truly local lunch crafted by the ship’s talented Cambodian chef. When disembarking in Siem Reap, toasted to the maiden voyage in one of the most glamorous places possible—Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor. It is the original luxury lodging for the first round of intrepid travelers in the 1930s heading to bucket list sites like Angkor Wat, one of the largest religious monuments in the world.
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o live an extraordinary life” is a mantra India Hicks practices daily. “You don’t have to leave England, not get married, raise five children, or live on a small island in the Bahamas,” she says, referencing her own life choices. “The extraordinary can be found in the everyday.” The daughter of Lady Pamela Mountbatten (Prince Charles is her second cousin) and David Nightingale Hicks, the prolific interior designer famed for his vibrating colors, Hicks grew up on her family’s bucolic estate in Oxfordshire, England. After graduating from Boston’s New England School of Photography, she pursued modeling before meeting David Flint Wood, a former advertising executive and childhood acquaintance, during a vacation to her family’s home on Harbour Island. After a whirlwind courtship, the couple decided to remain in the Bahamas and raise a family. Together, they renovated several guest houses, a hotel and their home overlooking the Sargasso Sea. Hicks parlayed her fascination for design and style by building an entrepreneurial-studded career whose highlights included crafting skincare and fragrances, and a line of jewelry for Crabtree & Evelyn and Bloomingdale’s, respectively. She also hosted the second season of Bravo’s “Top Design” and has penned four books, including The New York Times bestseller, “India Hicks: Island Style.” In 2015, she launched her eponymous e-com-
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2. COLLECTION PICK India Hicks Star Tail earrings 3. DAILY DUDS I mostly wear yoga pants and flip-flops. This greatly disappoints David who’d like me to dress like Grace Kelly. 4. SIGNATURE ACCESSORY My reversible Legacy letter belts because I love options. 5. RECENT SARTORIAL SNAG Navy blue wide-legged trousers from Carbon38 6. HAPPY MEAL Marmite on toast. That’s about the strength of my cooking skills.
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7. DRINK DU JOUR Green juice, but don’t for a minute think I’m all healthy. My diet is predominantly rubbish. 8. NEVER WITHOUT A charger because I’m always out of power. 9. SMILE MAKER My three-legged dachshund, Banger. Unless he’s peed inside and then I’m less than happy. 10. WHAT’S PLAYING Lana Del Rey 11. ART FAN Anish Kapoor 12. WHAT’S PLAYING “Ozark” whilst on David’s rowing machine 13. WELL READ My father’s scrapbooks that my brother, Ashley Hicks, compiled are a constant source of memory. 14. GUILTY PLEASURE Charbonnel et Walker rose and violet creams 15. SPIRIT ANIMAL Something with a tremendous amount of energy, possibly a panther. 16. WORTH REPEATING The Gordonstoun School motto: “Plus est en vous” or “There is more in you.” 17. ULTIMATE WEEKEND ITINERARY An empty inbox, a family supper and no one to entertain 18. SOMETHING SECRET My family is utterly unmusical. I learned to play the trumpet when I was 13 years old, and my grandfather nicknamed me “Decibel.” 19. SUPER TALENT Multi-tasking
merce company, India Hicks Inc., with partners Nicholas Keuper and HauteLook co-founder Konstantin Glasmacher. The exclusive, beachimbued collection ranges from handbags and jewelry to home goods and fine fragrances, and it’s sold online by a fleet of loyal style ambassadors. On Jan. 24, she’ll discuss her latest book, “India Hicks: A Slice of England” (Rizzoli), at the Delray Beach Public Library’s annual author lunch event hosted at the Polo Club of Boca Raton. The book examines life at American Farm, the idyllic, Oxfordshire enclave she shares with David and their five children, Felix, Armory, Conrad, Domino and Wesley. — Kerry Shorr
20. WORKOUT GIRL I run every chance I get. Whether it’s up a mountain, on a tropical beach, or around a loch in Scotland. 21. WISH LIST For the women [who work for me] to have the same confidence I’ve gained from starting my own business 22. CERULEAN ESCAPE Windermere Island provides complete privacy with an unstable Internet connection and no television. 23. TREASURED KEEPSAKE A bracelet with Fabergé eggs I inherited from my mother 24. CRAZY FOR My three dogs, two cats and one tortoise 25. TRY ONCE Live an extraordinary life
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Susan G. Komen South Florida 2019 Race for the Cure® Downtown West Palm Beach will once again be awash in pink for the 28th annual Susan G. Komen South Florida Race for the Cure. Thousands will join together to walk, race, or stand proud in the crowd to celebrate breast cancer survivors or remember those who have been lost. Runners, walkers, corporate, community and school teams, and individuals of all ages are welcome to join the celebration that is full of activities for the entire family. Funds raised will support Susan G. Komen’s Bold Goal to reduce the nation’s 40,000 breast cancer deaths by 50% by 2026. Seventy-five percent of net proceeds remain local to provide breast health education and breast cancer screening and 25% is dedicated to research to find a cure.
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January 2019 The Bretzlaff Group at Douglas Elliman: Luxury Real Estate Specialists
The Bretzlaff Group at Douglas Elliman combines local knowledge and expertise with national exposure in notable luxury markets such as California, Boston, New York, and Colorado. TopProducers with offices in Palm Beach and Jupiter, Craig and Heather Bretzlaff are recognized as members of the exclusive Sports & Entertainment division of Douglas Elliman representing high net worth clients locally and nationally. With over $26.1 Billion in Sales and a Record-Breaking year of over $3.6 Billion in South Florida Sales for 2017, Douglas Elliman continues to grow in South Florida with an increased Sales Volume of 38% compared to 2016. 2018 has been another record-breaking year for both The Bretzlaff Group and Douglas Elliman and 2019 projections are even higher. Contact The Bretzlaff Group today for all of your Luxury Real Estate Needs.
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Florida Jazz and Blues Jam This top rated festival features the legendary drummer/ founding member of the Allman Brothers Band Jaimoe (Jai Johanny Johanson) and his Jaimoe’s Jasssz Band with special guests, four-time Grammy winning guitarist Larry Carlton and his quintet, guitar slide wizard Sonny Landreth and 15-year-old child prodigy guitarist Brandon “TAZ” Niederauer, star of Broadway’s School of Rock and NBC’s live broadcast of Jesus Christ Superstar.
January 26, 2019 • 2:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. Sunset Cove Amphitheater in West Boca Raton Tickets at musicjamproductions.com.
Arc of Palm Beach County’s WILD Pants Party Are you ready for the wildest night of the season? The 9th annual WILD Pants Party offers a trifecta of fashion, fun, and philanthropy. Clamor to the catwalk as local celebrities boast their boldest prints and personalities in this colorful fashion show to benefit The Arc of Palm Beach County.
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This fast-paced, exciting evening is the Lighthouse ArtCenter’s signature fundraising event. The Jupiter Community Center will be transformed into a gallery like no other, filled with exceptional artwork, jewelry, artisan home decor and more, donated by local and national artists, galleries and designers. Drink, dine, and when your name is called, “dart” for an outstanding piece of art to take home as the ultimate parting gift!
Saturday, January 12, 2019 at 6 p.m. Jupiter Community Center Grand Ballroom 200 Military Trail, Jupiter, FL 33458 $500 per ticket, $5,000 for a table of ten Call 561.746.3101 or visit LighhouseArts.org to purchase tickets or for more information.
To benefit the award-winning education programs at the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts The Palm Beach Wine Auction is a multi-event benefit culminating in the main event, the Dinner and Live Auction, which features a five-course dinner paired with specially selected wines from all over the world. The live auction takes place throughout the dinner and includes wines presented during the evening as well as some of the world’s most renowned and highly rated wines, travel experience and unique treasures. This elegant evening appeals not only to the wine connoisseur but also to anyone who enjoys world class cuisine.
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Join Connie Frankino and special guest Dr. Oz at the 1000 North in Jupiter for an Ambassadors Reception. Become a KidSanctuary Campus Ambassador with a $1000 donation. The 1000 Wishes Campaign will help enrich the lives of local foster care children and your generous support will be recognized in the lobby of the Angels Crossing Enrichment Center on the KidSanctuary Campus.
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A PALM BEACH REVIVAL
Palm Beach is growing, expanding and evolving. Even its iconic gems are unveiling spectacular new redesigns and renovations. We don’t want you to blink and miss the action, so we’ve compiled all of the exciting changes happening during this sensational period of upturn. BY CHRISTIE GALEANO-DEMOTT OPENING PHOTO BY KIM SENG
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CITYPLACE & DOWNTOWN CityPlace is getting a much-needed makeover. The Related Group breaks ground on its first phase of the renovation, starting with a fresh, urban design for Rosemary Avenue, the main street. Look out for new bike racks, more trolley stops, lush landscaping, parking garage improvements and public art. Next summer will launch the project’s second phase, complete with new dining venues, shops, updated public spaces and even an AMC Theater renovation.
Even renovations at The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
have a flashy stage name. Titled “Kravis 2020: The Future is Now,” the $50 million expansion project is underway and includes expanding the Dreyfoos Hall lobby—think more bar space, more seating and new restrooms. Beautiful outdoor green space plazas on the center’s corners will also be created. New
technology for security, the box office and the garage will be installed in addition to a redesigned main parking garage. Clematis Street also gets a new look. With a goal 3 of improving and redesigning West Palm Beach’s historic shopping and dining district, the Clematis Streetscape project’s first phase of its transformation is complete. The new 300 block of Clematis is now a pedestrian-friendly, redesigned area boasting larger sidewalks with space for outdoor dining and lush landscape. The multi-phase project will continue this summer with the renovation of other Clematis Street blocks.
1. CityPlace is receiving improvements including new bike racks, more trolley stops, lush landscaping, parking garage improvements and public art. 2. Clematis Streetscape project ribbon cutting 3. Kravis Center’s $50 million expansion project is underway.
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1. Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens has debuted an abundant new educational classroom inside its verdant gardens. 2. The Norton Museum of Art reopens next month.
The highly anticipated reopening of The Norton Museum of Art is next month. The expanded and transformed museum will be inaugurated with eight exhibitions, a public garden with 14 contemporary sculptures, several commissioned sitespecific installations, a new 2 auditorium, a restaurant and classrooms. The new exhibits will include rare pieces from the private collections of museum supporters, pop art, 16th-century Chinese paintings, photography and watercolors. The museum will also host several new art, film, dance and music programs. Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens debuts an
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inside its verdant gardens. Designed by Jorge Sanchez of the award-winning SMI Landscape Architecture, the new handson outdoor space allows guests of all ages to experience art and environmental education in a fun and relaxed setting. The quaint amphitheater-like space can also be reserved for weddings, parties and special events. There’s a lot more science coming to the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium thanks to a $1.2 million expansion
that’s just one part of a seven-phase, $45 million plan. The latest reveal includes the 5-acre Fisher Family Science Trail with 15 new interactive exhibits. A new amphitheater will break ground early this year in addition to the 2,500-square-foot “Journey Through the Human Brain” permanent exhibit.
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PALM BEACH ISLAND Palm Beach’s iconic shopping and lifestyle destination The Royal Poinciana Plaza debuts a slew of new tenants this season. From fitness and fashion to art and interiors, the hottest brands will be calling the island home. Clothing boutiques include 100% Capri, alice + olivia by Stacey Bendet, lululemon, Roller Rabbit, Stoney Clover Lane and Zadig & Voltaire. Art gallery GAVLAK and furnishings shop The Grand Tour by Caroline Rafferty will also open. And rounding out the additions is The Yoga Society of Palm Beach’s newest Zen space. Bright and colorful prints splash onto Worth Avenue with the opening of the Lilly Pulitzer flagship location. As the 62nd store of the preppy brand, the shop resembles a beautiful garden complete with hanging orchid installations, whimsical hand-painted fitting rooms, delicate seashell mirrors and even a juice stand serving flowery concoctions. The Gardens Mall also unveils the brand’s largest
shop in its new spacious location. Worth Avenue welcomes another powerful fashion influencer with the opening of the Tory Burch boutique. The elegant yet accessible designer’s new retail space is 2 warm and inviting with a variety of Tory Burch and Tory Sport ready-towear garments. The shop also carries purses, shoes, eyewear, watches, accessories and swimwear. Décor pieces have a home here as well, including a collection from the tabletop collaboration with potter Dodie Thayer, a Palm Beach native whose signature lettuce ware was collected by influential women, from the Duchess of Windsor to Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.
1. 3550 South Ocean is the first new beachfront residential development on Palm Beach Island in more than a decade. 2. The Colony Hotel introduces its new contemporary American restaurant CPB 3. The Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa has revealed its newly redesigned ballrooms and meeting spaces. 4. The Royal Poinciana Plaza will debut a slew of new tenants this season. 5. Lilly Pulitzer flagship location opens on Worth Avenue
5 also welcomes a new culinary partner to the property—Florie’s by acclaimed Argentine-Italian chef Mauro Colagreco. The chef ’s flagship restaurant in France holds two Michelin stars and is ranked third on The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2018 list.
4 With a quintessential historic Palm Beach vibe perfectly blended with modern design and luxe amenities, The Colony Hotel introduces its new contemporary American restaurant CPB and its renovated Coral Ballroom. The hotel also launches new amenities for guests to enjoy, including custom paddleboards, decadent made-to-order beach picnics and the Palm Beach pink beach buggy that whisks guests to the beach and comes with a butler to set up that perfect spot for an umbrella and chair. Forbes Five-Star seaside oasis The Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa reveals its newly redesigned ballrooms and meeting spaces. Totaling more than 30,000 square feet of luxury space for parties, weddings or meetings for up to 700 guests, the hotel is set to welcome visitors with a sleek, modern design complete with plenty of tech updates, a new sound system and LED lighting. Legendary vacation destination for celebrities, socialites and royalty alike, The Breakers Palm Beach is also home to Florida’s oldest golf course. The completion
of the multimillion-dollar project to renovate the Ocean Course brings a heightened level of playability with plenty of new amenities. Rees Jones has redesigned the original course—which was first created in 1897—with new green complexes, expanded undulations, new turf and an upgraded irrigation system. The 18-hole championship course is open exclusively to hotel guests and club members.
The hospitality brand known for exquisite taste and opulent service completes a multimillion-dollar renovation on its Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach oceanfront luxury sanctuary. The transformation includes a remodeled pool deck and additional second pool, redesigned guest rooms and magnificent new landscaping. The hotel
3550 South Ocean is making waves.
The first new beachfront residential development on Palm Beach Island in more than a decade opens soon. It features two- and three-bedroom residences that range from 2,700 to 3,000 square feet, starting at $2.3 million. The seven-story building also boasts five swanky penthouses complete with private rooftops and plunge pools, outdoor kitchens and sweeping ocean views. Owners will have access to a private concierge; VIP perks at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa; and the Star Jets International on-demand private jet charter services. One of the island’s trendiest hot spots unveils its redesigned lounge and bar area. As one of chef Clay Conley’s Palm Beach signature restaurants, Buccan’s new lounge interiors perfectly mirror the relaxed and posh environment of the island and its guests. A serene warm color palette is accentuated with lively sea foam green accents.
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PALM BEACH GARDENS The Gardens Mall unveils several new
and renovated stores, including Arhaus, the luxury furniture and home décor 17,000-square-foot space between Bloomingdale’s and Sears. For something sparkly, celebs like Scarlett Johansson, Rihanna and Katy Perry head to Yvel, the lavish jewelry company open on the upper level. Also on the upper level, California brand Vince opens with men’s and women’s luxury basics and home décor. For timeless pieces, the iconic Carolina Herrera has something for everyone and her newest shop is located near Saks Fifth Avenue. Fashionista Tory Burch has revealed her renovated boutique and the place for everything-travel, TUMI,
2 has relocated to a larger location on the upper level. The Hilton Garden Inn shows off its
$5 million renovation. The six-story building and its 180 guest rooms now feature contemporary interiors including updated glass showers, captivating artwork, inviting furniture and no more
carpeting. Instead, all rooms now have sleek tile flooring. The hotel is ideally located next to The Gardens Mall and a few miles from the sea. PGA National Resort & Spa offers
plenty of golf to the sport’s enthusiasts, and now it’s getting even better. One of its five courses—the Champion
1. PGA National Resort & Spa recently reopened after a $1 million renovation by Nicklaus Design. 2. The Gardens Mall has unveiled several new and renovated stores. 3. The Hilton Garden Inn has unveiled its $5 million renovation.
Course—reopens after a $1 million renovation by Nicklaus Design. As the home of the PGA Tour’s annual Honda Classic, the challenging course’s improvements include the removal of palm trees and new green complexes that were rebuilt, shaped and grassed. Additionally, one-third of an acre was recaptured on the putting surfaces, adding an average of 800 square feet per green.
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AN ARTISTIC RETREAT
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ombining a showcase for a spectacular collection of artworks with comfortable living spaces was the challenge for interior designer Annie Santulli of Annie Santulli Designs when she was commissioned by a couple who had purchased a home at Mirasol in Palm Beach Gardens. The home is a winter getaway for the pair, who also have a residence in the Northeast. “They’re very passionate about their art, and they wanted to create the vibe of a gallery, but they also wanted a home that was cozy and comfortable,” Santulli says. “They like to entertain, and their adult children visit often.” Santulli, who has an office in Palm Beach Gardens, has been designing for more than 20 years in South Florida and the Hamptons. She uses a creative process that blends form and function with insight and whimsy. “I am inspired by each of my client’s individuality,” she says. “It’s not about my style, it’s about their dreams. I identify with every detail with as much care, sensitivity, attention and joy as my clients do.” For Santulli, interior design is not just a profession. “It’s my personal passion and purpose,” she says. “Once I accept a project, I live and breathe the work.” The existing décor in the 3,500-square-foot, three-bedroom, 3.5-bath home overlooking a golf course was Mediterranean. The couple wanted something more contemporary with a gallery feel. To create a backdrop for the owners’ often colorful paintings and sculptures, Santulli chose a neutral palette of soft, dove gray for walls and gray and white porcelain tile flooring, along with pure white molding for contrast.
The ambience of a gallery begins with a large, vertical painting hanging just past the front door. The space offers a view through the home to the pool and patio out back. In the hallway beyond, a
The homeowners didn’t want a dining room, so Santulli turned the space into a dramatic, speakeasy-style bar.
tall, arresting crimson sculpture of a human figure in dance creates instant drama. Curved walls add architectural interest. A STUNNING BAR
Because the couple didn’t want a dining room, Santulli used the space allotted for it to design a stunning bar area. “I wanted to create the feel of a speakeasy,” she says. A wall unit with glass shelving framed in dark mahogany is set against a window that offers a view of the outdoors. A small painting placed against the glass provides a focal point at eye level for anyone seated on the stools, which have adjustable chrome pedestals and white leather upholstery framed in mahogany. The bar itself is topped with quartz. Large, colorful paintings on both walls flank the room, and a chrome starburst chandelier provides additional ambiance. LIVING ROOM
In the living room, ivory floor-to-ceiling
stationary side panels with a lacey weave frame sliding glass doors leading to the pool and patio. The panels, which have a silvery shimmer, hang from 3-foot-long rods with decorative finials. On the floor, a thin, flat, hair-on-hide rug in tones of cream and gray adds softness and texture. A custom gray wood wall holds floating white shelves illuminated to highlight brightly colored sculptures and a collection of bottles. The wall unit also has a TV screen and cabinetry with chrome hardware beneath provides storage for audiovisual accouterments. A large painting of a human face on the adjacent wall draws the eye. A long sectional upholstered in charcoal velvet adds to the gallery feel while providing comfortable seating. End tables wrapped in coordinating gray faux linen act as pedestals, and a 3D piece of artwork hangs above a small chair covered in a light gray faille fabric. The two-tiered glass coffee table is framed in pewter. “The glass keeps the space open and shows off the rug,” Santulli says. Striped accent pillows are a final touch. “I found a fabric that has every color in the room,” Santulli says proudly. “I like to bring in color and texture with accessories.” KITCHEN
A tall sculpture in vivid blue provides balance and differentiation between the living room and open kitchen. “We needed color and art so it wasn’t weighted on the other side,” the designer says. To provide continuity, the same fabric that frames the glass doors in the living room hangs at the kitchen window. Unlike the living room’s fixed side panels, however, the drapery here can be pulled all the way across the window. Appliances are stainless steel, and countertops are white quartz.
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(above) A large piece of artwork at the side of the living room wall unit is a visual focal point. (left) The kitchen table has a hammered chrome base and a glass oval top. Chairs are upholstered in white faux leather for easy cleanup.
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The bed in the master suite has a black wood frame and a white leather headboard.
Santulli considered pulling out the existing kitchen cabinets but decided instead to paint them white and dress them up with new chrome hardware. “They turned out beautifully,” she says. An unusual feature is a long, narrow window between the upper and lower cabinets instead of a solid backsplash. Landscaping outside ensures privacy from the neighboring home. To add further interest as well as continuity, Santulli inserted a small piece of art similar to the one in the window of the bar area. The remaining portion of the backsplash is gray glass subway tile. An existing rounded center island was changed to a rectangular shape topped with a
book-matched white quartz waterfall. Hanging from the ceiling above the island are shimmering chrome pendant lights. Stools that provide seating for the island have ebony-colored wood legs and are covered in gray faux leather, which is practical for a kitchen. “You can just wipe them off,” Santulli says. Because there is no dining room, the kitchen is the main eating area. The ovalshaped, glass-topped table with a hammered chrome base seats six. Curved chairs have ebony legs that match the island bar stools and white faux leather upholstery accented with chrome nailheads.
A wall hanging that displays a soaring, curved column of hand-cut silk butterflies is the dramatic focal point of the powder room. Textured gray silk wallcovering shimmers, and a square white vanity is crowned with white quartz. MASTER SUITE
The master bedroom is dramatic, yet it is also a comfortable retreat. Large windows and a glass door leading to the patio offer beautiful views while dark gray, textured sheer window treatments that open and close provide privacy when it is desired.
Blue glass tiles line the pool while travertine tile covers the floor of the patio.
white shag area rug creates softness and texture, and white walls showcase a colorful abstract painting. A chair and large ottoman upholstered in royal blue velvet pick up tones in the painting and add another vivid splash of color. The dark wood bed frame has a slight sheen, contrasting beautifully with a white leather headboard. Bedside tables made with the same dark wood as the bed frame hold lamps with chrome bases and white drum shades, and white bedding and pillows are edged in black. After gutting the dark, drab master bath, Santulli installed porcelain tile flooring that is different from the tile in the rest of the home. The tiles also climb the shower wall, creating a dramatic look. “I wanted the space to be a little jewel, and the tile worked perfectly with the rest of the flooring,” she says. Vinyl grass cloth, beautiful yet practical for a moist environment like a bathroom, covers the remaining walls. A large mirror hangs above gray wood cabinetry with chrome hardware and a quartz countertop, while a freestanding tub creates a focal point. A large glass block window lets in light while ensuring privacy. GUEST BEDROOMS
A tufted gray headboard with chrome nailheads complements gray walls in one of the guest bedrooms, and a gray-and-cream, diamond-patterned rug works beautifully with cream and beige bedding. Gray wood bedside tables hold lamps that resemble tree branches.
A double bed instead of a king or queen helped meet the challenge of a narrow second guest bedroom. Head- and footboards are covered in gray patterned fabric while chrome lamps that resemble telescopes help create the illusion of more width. Walls are gray, and a gray and white rug adds both texture and visual interest. Side tables are dark wood, and bedding is a shimmering silver. A chrome-framed blue velvet bench at the foot of the bed and matching accent pillows contrast with the neutral tones in the rest of the room. White window shades that open and close let in light while providing privacy. BACKYARD
The homeowners enjoy spending time outdoors, so the patio and pool area were as important as the interior spaces. Santulli first pulled out landscaping that blocked the view of a lake and golf course, replacing it with trees that instead framed the scene. Beige travertine marble covers the patio floor, and blue glass tiles shimmer in the pool. A charcoal gray chaise topped with a light gray cushion with darker welting offers a spot to relax and catch some sun while royal blue pots filled with colorful plantings accent the space. Under a covered portion of the patio, a granite-topped gas fire pit with a royal blue rock interior rests in the middle of a cozy seating group. The charcoal gray sectional and chair match the chaise and hold cushions upholstered in the same light gray fabric with dark welting. A matching side table has a glass top for easy upkeep. Fabric with the blues of both the pool tiles and the planters help tie the space together and add splashes of color to the neutral tones in the space. The home now has a décor that is refined yet easy and comfortable. It offers a place for the owners to get away from the cold north and enjoy the Florida sunshine, as well as to display their art and welcome family and friends.
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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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CONNIE MCGINNIS #1 in Sales in Old Palm Golf Club since 2004 11089 Old Palm Drive, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida | 866-499-6742 | www.OldPalmGolfClub.com ÂŠ 2019 Old Palm Real Estate, LLC. All rights reserved. Prices subject to change without notice. All references to clubs, golf clubs and membership opportunities and other amenities are subject to fees, dues and availability. This is not an offering in jurisdictions where prior qualification is required unless the developer of Old Palm Golf Club has previously met such qualifications. Void where prohibited. Broker participation welcome. Print Date: 01/19
4 BEDS | 4/1 BATHS | 5,724 SF | OFFERED AT $7,900,000 LOST TREE VILLAGE | WATERFRONT W/OCEAN ACCESS
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WHAT: Signature Mandarin Oriental cocktails the Red Lotus and the Dragon’s Tail, paired with the Signature Mandarin Oriental lunch plate of bultarra saltbush free range chicken salad on house-baked sunflower bread with farm-fresh greens, heirloom tomatoes, a select blend of handchopped tomatoes, peppers, onions, autumn salad and hand-selected fresh seasonal berries. WHERE: Mandarin Oriental Residences Sales Gallery, 10 E. Boca Raton Road, Boca Raton / 561.750.7055 / moresidencesbocaraton.com
The moment I first knew I wanted to become an entertainer was: when I was 3 years old. People would ask me over and over what I wanted to be when I grew up, and with a sense of disgust that only a 3 year old can muster, I’d put my hands on my hips, point at the blackand-white television in the corner of the living room and say, “Well, I am an actor, so that’s what I’m going to be.” It’s not that I wanted to be one, it’s that I was one.
I first realized I could actually have a successful career in show business when: I started on soap operas and I realized the decimal point moved over one place. And then I realized that if I moved over to the west coast, I could move the decimal point over one more spot. For me, it’s always been about “business show,” not “show business.”
Playing the role of J. Peterman on “Seinfeld” was: the greatest experience I’ve had as an actor. It gave me the opportunity
to create a role that was totally undefined, to make a character larger than life, but still supported by writing that made the character really interesting.
Something that most people don’t realize about competing on “Dancing With The Stars” is: how physically taxing it is. It’s nineparts Marine boot camp and only one-part cocktail party. Proceeding to the next week only means that you get to go to a rehearsal studio the next day and start all over again with a style of dance you have never heard of. I danced a paso doble once in my life, and I will never do it again, nor have a reason to.
It might sound strange, but people would mistake me for: David Copperfield. Back in the mid-80s, he and I were indistinguishable. He looked like me, and I looked like him. I finally asked him, “Do you ever get that you… look like me?” and he said, “All the time.”
Red Lotus Cocktail: 1.5 ounces Belvedere Pure vodka 1.5 ounces Briottet Liqueur de Lychee 1 ounce Lakewood 100-percent Cranberry Nectar Pour ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice, shake well, strain into a tall flute glass and garnish with lychee fruit and fresh mint.
Dragon’s Tail Cocktail 1.5 ounces Hendricks Gin .5 ounce fresh lemon juice .5 ounce simple syrup 8 fresh basil leaves 4 slices European cucumber In a cocktail shaker muddle one slice of cucumber and basil leaves, add ice, and pour in gin, lemon juice and simple syrup. Shake well, strain into iced rocks glass and garnish with cucumber and basil.
During his remarkable four-decade career in show business, John O’Hurley has seemingly done it all. From soap opera classics “Loving” and “All My Children,” to the Broadway stage, starring in “Chicago,” to presiding over the legendary TV game show “Family Feud,” to hosting the Miss America pageant and the annual Thanksgiving Day National Dog Show, and even winning the inaugural season of ABC’s “Dancing with The Stars,” O’Hurley perhaps remains best known and most beloved for his role as J. Peterman on the global TV phenomenon “Seinfeld.” An allencompassing entertainer virtually since birth, O’Hurley somehow finds time to serve numerous charitable causes annually and work on his more than respectable golf game. He is a regular visitor to South Florida with residences on the East Coast.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Breeze Ocean Kitchen
100 S. Ocean Blvd. Manalapan 561.540.4924 eaupalmbeach.com/ dining This oceanfront eatery located at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa features true Floridian cuisine, local
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craft brews, a nightly Tapas Hour, and a Bloody Mary bar and Veuve specials on weekends.
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.
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.
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.
319 Belvedere Rd. West Palm Beach 561.249.2281 kitchenpb.com A contemporary American Brasserie focusing on passionately prepared, refined and flavorful flare with warm and welcoming service. Passion, discipline and the constant pursuit of excellence ensure high quality food and service at kitchen.
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! Also featuring small plates and authentic wood oven pizzas prepared in sight.
207 Royal Poinciana Way Palm Beach 561.220.9641 MavenPalmBeach. com This American Brasserie, brought to you by the New England restaurant team behind Nantucket’s Galley Beach and Afterhouse Wine and Seafood Bar, offers a seasonally-inspired menu based on regional farms and local seafood availability.
Palm Beach Grill 340 Royal Poinciana Way Palm Beach 561.835.1077 hillstone.com
A lively and vibrant spot, Palm Beach Grill offers a truly delectable cuisine. Go for the ribs or steaks with your choice of wine, or just relish the fish preparations with red snapper or Dover sole. s
Savory PB Catch
251 Sunrise Ave. Palm Beach 561.655.5558 pbcatch.com This upscale raw bar and seafood restaurant has a creative menu that is full of flavor with something for everyone.
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.
The Seafood Bar At The Breakers
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.
427 Northwood Rd. West Palm Beach 561.506.8211 table427.com 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!
Table 26 Palm Beach
1700 S. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561.855.2660 table26palm beach.com With exceptionally delicious comfort food dishes to bring you back to the basics of Global cuisine, this unique neighborhood eatery has a full-service bar and complimentary valet.
221 Worth Ave. Palm Beach | 561.835.3500 taboorestaurant. com A legendary American bistro and bar with a reputation for great food.
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.
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 traditional American food with a great selection of seafood in an old Florida atmosphere.
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.
SOUTHERN PALM BEACH 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 and American inspirations since 1986.
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.
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.
John G’s Restaurant
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.
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.
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.
Rustico Italiano Restaurant
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.
2 Chef’s Souparee
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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THE PARISIAN RESTAURANT & WINE BAR “A Taste of Paris in Jupiter”
For reservations, call 561.360.2224 or visit theparisianrestaurant.com Hours: Dinner Mon. - Sun., 5:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Cineopolis Movie Theatre Plaza • 201 N. U.S. Highway 1 • Jupiter, FL 33477
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Bringing the party to you! • Parties • Banquets • Weddings • Bar/Bat Mitzvahs
• Corporate Events • Christmas Parties • Special events & much more!
Open & Cash Bars // Martinis, Beer & Wine
BonnerMobileBar.com • 561.603.4899 • Facebook.com/BonnerMobileBar
- Florida’s Premier Mobile Liquor & Food Catering Private Parties & Special Events for up to 35,000 people!
Seafood Paella & Chicken Paella in partnership with Bonner Mobile Bar
Delivering the most delicious variety of paella cuisine in South Florida!
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The Ultimate Shopping & Dining Experience for over 30 years! Gourmet Market
Call us for all of your needs! We specialize in custom baskets 561-775-0105 • Carmines.com
La Trattoria Restaurant Waterfront Dining Happy Hour 3-7 daily – Indoor & Outdoor Bar only Live Music Wednesday through Saturday Brunch Saturday & Sunday 11 - 2 $12 Bottomless Mimosas & Bloody Marys with brunch Private Room available
Voted Best Italian Restaurant By The Palm Beach Post Readers’ Choice Awards & Boca Life Magazine
2401 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Carmineslatrattoria.com • 561.775.0186
Casa Mia Trattoria e Pizzeria
Celebrating years of great food and service! ne of Palm Beach
County’s most exquisite restaurants since 1986. Innovative dining, expertly paired wines and spirits served in an intimate, elegant atmosphere. Perfect for lunch, dinner or your next private party. Fine catering also available.
Menu SaMplingS Herb and Dijon Crusted Rack of Lamb Macadamia Crusted Yellowtail Snapper Pan Roasted Veal Chop, Wild Mushroom Risotto & a Brandy Morel Sauce Fire Roasted Black Grouper over Lobster Risotto Carbonara with Kai Kai Farms Sweet Peas, and Applewood Smoked Bacon.
Casual, Italian-inspired atmosphere
NOW OPEN FOR LUNCH
CASA MIA in the Fresh Market plaza 337 E. Indiantown Rd., Ste. 10E | Jupiter, FL 33477 561.972.6888 | casamiajupiter.com
Corner of PGA & Military Trail in the Garden Square Shoppes in Palm Beach Gardens
Happy Hour daily
4-7PM and all day Thursday!
KIDSANCTUARY CAMPUS AMBASSADOR and make a difference in the lives of local foster care children.
Join our “1000 Wishes” campaign and support the new Angel Crossing Enrichment Center which will serve as a nucleus for the children living on campus. It will include a case management office, tutoring and therapy suites, library, theater, and a multi-purpose room for special events and family visits.
“1000 Wishes” at 1000 North Private KidSacntuary Campus Ambassadors
Special Evening with Dr. Oz January 21, 2019 1000 North, Jupiter
DR. MEHMET OZ Ambassador & Honorary Trustee
Annual “1000 Wishes” Luncheon & Runway Fashion Show March 19, 2019 The Mar-a-Lago Club
CONNIE FRANKINO Founder & Chairman of the Board
DEBRA TORNABEN President & Child Advocate
“My medical, media, and non-profit initiatives have afforded me the privilege of meeting some of the country’s most devoted and tireless advocated for a better America. Connie Frankino is one of the best advocates I have ever known. Her commitment to the causes of some of America’s most vulnerable children is awe-inspiring. Her authenticity and humility are rare. Her generosity and warmth are legendary. It has been a joy supporting her efforts as well as partnering with her through my non-profit HealthCorps.org. . . I hope to see you on January 21, 2019 at 1000 North for the 1000 Wishes Ambassadors reception.”
–Dr. Mehmet Oz
For more information, visit KidSanctuaryCampus.org or call 561.653.8274
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MARCH 8 THE BREAKERS PALM BEACH
Join us at 6:30 p.m. for a reception with a silent auction followed by dinner, live auction and dancing! $500 PER PERSON
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SPACE IS LIMITED. RESERVE YOUR SPOT NOW! PLEASE CONTACT CHRISTINA MULL AT 561.775.7195 OR CHRISTINAM@PLACEOFHOPE.COM.
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Your guide to upcoming, must-attend philanthropy events. JAN. 4 Leaders in Furthering Education (LIFE) 25th Silver Jubilee Lady in Red Gala starring Diana Ross; 6 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $800; life-edu.org
Coast Seasons of Life Luncheon - Hello Spring; 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Harbour Ridge Yacht and Country Club; $125; alzcare.org
JAN. 21 The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Polo For a Purpose; noon; International Polo Club; $500; lls.org/pb
JAN. 4 Wellington Dinner Dance; 6:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Wycliffe Country Club; $250; bgcpbc.org JAN. 9 Palm Beach Medical Briefing Luncheon; 11:30 a.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $650; questforthetest.org JAN. 9 Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens Evening in the Gardens featuring Sculptures by Gino Miles; 6 p.m.; Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens; free/members, $175/ guests of members, $250/nonmember; ansg.org JAN. 10 JAFCO Broadway Comes to Ibis; 6:30 p.m.; The Club at Ibis; $225; jafco.org JAN. 12 Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse 5K/10K Race for Hope; 6:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.; John Prince Park – Center Pavilion Drive; Registration from $25; avdaonline.org JAN. 12 Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery & School of Art D’Art for Art; 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Jupiter Community Center; $500; lighthousearts.org JAN. 17 Planned Parenthood of South, East and North Florida’s Tradition of Choice Luncheon; 10:30 a.m.; Kravis Center; $175; ppsenfl.org JAN. 17 Alzheimer’s Community Care Treasure
JAN. 19 Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County’s MLK ReStore Celebration; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Riviera Beach ReStore; free; habitatpbc.org
JAN. 21 KidSanctuary Campus 1000 Wishes with special guest Mehmet Oz; 5 p.m.; 1000 North Jupiter; kidsanctuarycampus.org Jan. 17 C.J. and Turner Benoit at last year’s Hanley Foundation Palm Beach Dinner
JAN. 17 Hanley Foundation Palm Beach Dinner; 7 p.m.; Sailfish Club of Florida; Ticket prices vary; hanleyfoundation.org/palm-beach-dinner JAN. 18 Place of Hope Sporting Clays Fun Shoot; 7:30 a.m.; South Florida Shooting Club; $1,500; placeofhope.com JAN. 18 The Benjamin School’s Lower School Open House; 8:30 a.m.; The Benjamin School; thebenjaminschool.org JAN. 18 Palm Beach Island Hospice Foundation Hospice Evening; 7 p.m.; Flagler Museum; $750, $450/ages 45 and younger; hospicepb.org JAN. 19 Seagull Services Honda Classic 5K Run/ Walk; 7:30 a.m.; PGA National Resort & Spa Champion Course; Ticket prices vary; seagull.org
JAN. 23 JAFCO Signature Luncheon & Fashion Show; 10 a.m.; Kravis Center; $100; jafco.org JAN. 23 Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Palm Beach Caritas Dei Bishop’s Gala; 6:30 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $500; catholiccharitiesdpb.org JAN. 24 Palm Beach Wine Auction; 6 p.m.; Kravis Center; $1,000 by invitation; kravis.org JAN. 25 Boy Scouts of America, Gulf Stream Council’s BSA Sporting Clays Corporate Invitational; 8 a.m.; South Florida Shooting Club; $2,500/team sponsorship (includes four-person team); gulfstreamcouncil.org JAN. 25 The WILD Pants Party; 6 p.m.; The Gardens Mall; $75; arcpbc.org/events JAN. 25 Palm Beach Opera Opening night of mainstage operas: La Traviata; 7:30 p.m.; Kravis Center; Tickets from $20; pbopera.org
JAN. 26 Susan G. Komen South Florida Race for the Cure; 5:30 a.m.; Meyer Amphitheatre; Ticket prices vary; komensouthflorida.org JAN. 26 Volunteers in Medicine Clinic VIM Gala: ‘A Night In Monte Carlo’; 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Mariner Sands Country Club; $400; vimclinic.net JAN. 26 The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Annual Black Tie Gala; 7 p.m.; The Breakers; Ticket prices vary; lls.org/pb JAN. 27 Race for Hope; 7 a.m.; The Royal Poinciana Plaza; Ticket prices vary; hopefordepression.org/events JAN. 28 Town of Palm Beach United Way—Alexis de Tocqueville Society Cocktail Reception; 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.; Club Colette; 561.655.1919 JAN. 29 Palm Beach Habilitation Center Centurions Appreciation Cocktail Reception; 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.; Lost City Golf Club; Donations accepted; pbhab.org JAN. 31 Ballet Palm Beach Luncheon; 11:30 a.m.; Cohen Pavilion, Kravis Center; $175; balletpalmbeach.org JAN. 31 Impact the Palm Beaches Impact Awards Celebration; 6 p.m.; The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches; free/ members, $20/guests; impactpalmbeaches.org
Note: Dates and times may change. Please contact the individual organization for the most up-to-date information.
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PALM BEACH NO KID HUNGRY DINNER
THE CAUSE: Chef Clay Conley hosted the No Kid Hungry Palm Beach Dinner at his restaurant, Buccan. The areaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most celebrated chefs prepared a seated dinner in support of ending childhood hunger in America. PHOTOS BY LIBBY VISION STUDIO
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1. Nadine Allen and Billy Harri 2. Denise Mariani and Jennifer Martinez 3. Mary Quick and Jim Daras 4. Michelle and Michael Hagerty 5. Billy and Lisa Columbo
PALM HEALTH FOUNDATION BETTER BRAIN HEALTH LUNCHEON THE CAUSE: During a luncheon at the Kravis Center guests received news that the organization surpassed its $1 million goal to advance brain health. 3
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1. Jess Merrell, Roxanne Stein and Pat McNamara 2. Marsha Fishbane and Mark Elhilow 3. Bradley Hurston, Michael Fiedor and Debra L. Vasilopoulos 4. Inger Harvey, Greg Quattlebaum and Carmelle-Marcelin Chapman 5. Abby Goodwin and Marnie Poncy
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FIRE & ICE HABITAT GALA THE CAUSE: Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County kicked off the season with a gala at The Breakers. Partygoers enjoyed dinner and dancing in the Venetian Ballroom. PHOTOS BY TRACEY BENSON PHOTOGRAPHY
1. Jessie and Alex Price 2. Kerry Colvett and John Kenning 3. Ramona and Thomas Bean 4. Naren and Judy Gursahaney 5. Lori Brayton, Amy Bloom, Barbara Messier and Arlana Grime 6. Cara and Michael DeBock 7. Scott Sullivan, Barbara Beck and Bernie Godek
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CEANN’S VIEUX SEASON KICKOFF AND TRUNK SHOW
THE CAUSE: Locals gathered for bubbly and light bites during CeAnn Carney’s trunk show and season kickoff at her store, CeAnn’s Vieux, which featured the lifestyle brand and home goods designer, Natalie Annette. The event benefited The Lourdes-Noreen McKeen Residences.
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1. Judy Kingsford and Ned Remington 2. Patrice McInerney and Shari Burkybile 3. Diane Meyers and Caroline Carney 4. Mary Lynn Rogers, CeAnn Carney and Judy Kingsford 5. Debra Rutler, Caroline Carney and Matt Gilbert
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KIPS BAY DECORATOR SHOW HOUSE PALM BEACH PRERENOVATION COCKTAIL PARTY THE CAUSE: The organization revealed the 10,000-square-foot Mediterranean-style home that will be transformed by design firms with proceeds benefiting Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club and Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County.
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1. Stephen Mooney, Terry Velozo and Scott Velozo 2. Laura Lofaro-Freeman and Jim Freeman 3. Maude Cook and Mitch Brown 4. Barry Hayes and Mauricio Busa 5. Marla and Don Fountain
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JUPITER CHRISTIAN SCHOOL ‘UNDER THE SEA’ GALA AND AUCTION THE CAUSE: The Wyndham Grand Jupiter at Harbourside was transformed into an underwater oasis for the school’s gala and auction. Guests enjoyed dinner and dancing, along with a silent and live auction.
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1. Ashley Wilkinson, Lauren Shippy, Chelsea Gunn, Taylor Scurry and Kelli Jackson 2. Seth and Tara Dillon 3. Billy and Jocelyn Johnson 4. Dawn and Jason Hastey 5. Justin and Sarah Mize 6. Melissa and Nick Perry 7. Scott and Joanna Collins, Jennifer and Erik Ferris and Yvette and Steve Stegman 8. Mike and Kim Dillon
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EXECUTIVE WOMEN OF THE PALM BEACHES FOUNDATION FALL LUNCHEON
THE CAUSE: EWPBF hosted its annual luncheon at the West Palm Beach Marriott. During the event, the scholarship recipients were honored, and the winner of the 2018 Lois Kwasman Community Impact Grant was announced.
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1. Michele Gurto and Maria Pedro 2. Denise Valz, Virginia Spencer and Gigi Tylander 3. Rebecca Brewer, Portia Culley and Sailynn Doyle 4. Trixy Walker and Tenecia Sproull 5. Nechama Deana Karp and Sophia Eccleston
DREYFOOS IN WHITE THE CAUSE: Supporters of the Dreyfoos School of the Arts Foundation donned all-white attire for Dreyfoos in White’s popup dinner held on the school’s historic campus. 3
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1. Bibi and Jon VanArnam with Erica and Brent Whitfield 2. Wendy Fritz and Xiomi Penn 3. Hilary Musser and Dale Khale 4. Loreal Rushin, Samantha Musso and Contessa Coleman 5. Andrew Considine and Lauren Carey
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CIELO Y MAR UNVEILING 2
THE CAUSE: More than 500 guests attended the unveiling of Cielo Y Mar, Jupiter Islandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new estate, brought to you by The Carroll Group Premier Properties, Jupiter Magazine and The Palm Beacher. Guests enjoyed light bites by Evo, beverages by Bonner Bar and entertainment by Lovelock Music Group.
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1. Angelica and Oleg Kouznetsov 2. Patti Travis and Ted Ward 3. Norma and John Huempfner 4. Jeff and Anna Hall 5. Collette Henderson, Christina Zecca, Theresa Tecson and Janine DaSilva 6. Dave Shalkop and Brandon Solomo 7. Laura Zele, Tanya Lorigan and Donna Lewis 8. Justin Kuehn, Deborah Downing and Mila and Andrew Russo
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SHOP THE DAY AWAY KICKOFF LUNCHEON
THE CAUSE: Cancer Alliance of Help & Hope held its committee kickoff luncheon at Sant Ambroeus Palm Beach ahead of the main event taking place in February. PHOTOS BY CAPEHART
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1. Brittany Mundarain and Terri Schottenstein 2. Guy Clark and Harrison Morgan 3. DeAnne Hutchison and Barbara Zand 4. Janet Levy and Jacqui Michel 5. Chris Cox and Elizabeth DeBrule
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YMCA OF THE PALM BEACHES ROOFTOP VIP PARTY THE CAUSE: More than 50 supporters of the YMCA of the Palm Beaches enjoyed a rooftop VIP party at First Republic Bank in Palm Beach to kick off the organizationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 10th annual Prayer Breakfast. PHOTOS BY TRACEY BENSON PHOTOGRAPHY
1. Jim and Sara McCann with Mark Bode 2. Bill and Katie Benjamin 3. Michelle Esposito and Steve Nudelberg 4. Pat and Merilyn Rubsamen 5. Ryan Ruark and Mark Foley
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PALM BEACH WINE AUCTION KICKOFF LUNCHEON THE CAUSE: Committee members for the 12th annual Palm Beach Wine Auction gathered at CafÃ© Boulud in anticipation of the event taking place this month. PHOTOS BY CAPEHART
1. Roderic Fink and Zach Bell 2. Peter Lamelas and Thalia White 3. Cory Valentine and Jill Wachter 4. Michael Bracci and Ted Mandes 5. Craig Menin and Talya Lerman 6. Barbara Golden and Martin Rivard 7. Diane Bergner and Jeffrey Pheterson 8. Richard and Jill Sloane
n that time Washington and Lee High School out of Arlington, Virginia, used to come to Philadelphia for the annual Stotesbury Regatta, a championship event in schoolboy rowing. They were a good crew, one of the best not based in or around Philadelphia. They were also distinguished by the fact that they sewed Confederate flags on the backs on their racing shirts. At the time, there was a tradition in the sport of rowing of betting shirts. Losing crews would strip off their expensive racing shirts and, pulling the racing shells together, hand them over to the winners, right there on the water. Because they had the distinctive flags on the backs, Washington and Lee shirts were prized. Today it is not as common, partly because some people consider it a form of betting in a sport that prides itself on amateurism, but also because schools tend to buy cheaper shirts for betting purposes. We bring up this arcane subject because at the time nobody took offense at the Confederate flag on the shirts of a high school crew. The W & L boys wore the Stars and Bars as a mark of regional pride, much as the Irish wear green on St. Patrick’s Day, or the various fans of college and pro football wear jerseys of their favorite teams. We certainly never thought of the Washington area crew as racists, or right-wing extremists. Alas, that was almost 70 long years ago, and when it comes to things Confederate, the country has regressed. The recent mid-term elections brought that point home when opponents of black candidates in several southern states incorporated the flag and other memories of the Civil War into their campaign presenta-
By Bernard McCormick
tions. It was a not-so-subtle appeal to the declining number of voters who vote race over policy and principle. At the same time, we see a growing movement to eliminate southern references to the Civil War. Changing streets named for southern generals in Hollywood, removing statues of Confederate leaders elsewhere, etc. As a student of Civil War history, we find all this disturbing, for it is a fundamental distortion of that bloody and nation-changing event. We have joked it off a bit, suggesting that instead of changing the street names, simply change the people they were named after. Lee Street for Spike Lee, Forrest Street for Forrest Gump, Jackson Street for Michael Jackson. It is not amusing, however, to hear Confederate leaders uniformly branded as traitors and racists. Most were not; they were anything but. In the context of the times, they simply reflected prevailing moods in their states, where it was considered patriotic to be loyal to your state, rather than to a federal government that was still maturing. It is particularly disturbing to see Robert E. Lee dishonored by removing statues of that great military leader. Any serious historian
regards him as a distinguished American, torn between his affection for the union and what he saw as a higher duty to his native Virginia. We wish some of our current leaders shared his moral qualities. Slavery was obviously an economic cause of the war. Then, as now, major business interests (think Big Sugar in Florida) prevailed over popular sentiment. But the men who fought, from generals down to the grunts, were fighting for their states. The great Civil War historian Shelby Foote put it well: “No soldier on either side gave a damn about the slaves... Southerners thought they were fighting the second American revolution; northerners thought they were fighting to save the union.”
one understood this better than the leading figures in the war. The Union’s Ulysses Grant and Confederate James Longstreet were friends before the war, and friends after. Southern General Joseph Johnston attended the funeral of his adversary, William Tecumseh Sherman, where he stood in the rain on a cold day in New York City. He developed pneumonia and died shortly after. Generals who fought against their states were so few that history notes them. George Thomas was considered a traitor in Virginia for staying with the Union. John Pemberton, from Philadelphia, married south and commanded Confederate forces at Vicksburg. He was shunned when he returned to Philadelphia post war. That was the reality of the times. To see it misrepresented a century and a half later is disheartening. History, and those who learn from it, deserve better. gulfstreammediagroup.com
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