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ORAL REPRESENTATIONS CANNOT BE RELIED UPON AS CORRECTLY STATING REPRESENTATIONS OF THE SELLER. FOR CORRECT REPRESENTATIONS, MAKE REFERENCE TO THIS BROCHURE AND TO THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY SECTION 718.503, FLORIDA STATUTES, TO BE FURNISHED BY A SELLER TO A BUYER OR LESSEE. This project has been filed in the State of Florida and no other state. This is not an offer to sell or solicitation of offers to buy the condominium units in states where such offer or solicitation cannot be made. Prices and availability are subject to change at any time without notice. This is a limited time offer. Developer may withdraw offering at any time. We are pledged to the letter and spirit of the US Policy for achievement of equal housing opportunity throughout the nation. We encourage and support an affirmative advertising and marketing program in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing

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BRINGING MORE TO THE BOARDROOM Rothrock Construction builds an innovative design at Divosta Towers which captures a contemporar y twist on the ever yday office.

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s you exit the elevators of Divosta Towers, you embrace a full glass view of Downtown at the Gardens, Palm Beach, and Jupiter Lighthouse. The boardroom is framed by Parasido marble columns that disappear into the ceiling, featuring water jet aluminum artwork that portrays the company’s operations. The placement of the sitting area alcove is carefully carved into the lobby’s angled walls to avoid any disruption to the views. Within the Business Lounge, the Negresco Quartz-

ite island is used for employee lunch gatherings. The ceiling is transformed with floating acoustical fractal clouds, hung at multiple heights for illumination, drawing you into a floor to ceiling glass office corridor. Led by General Contractor Don Rothrock, Rothrock Construction was involved with the design team on several concepts throughout the project. Don has a master’s degree in Architecture and studied abroad, giving him a broader spectrum of design for his clients. “We were able to not only create a beautiful working

environment, but also capture the history of the company and the future of its growth. We showcased elements of the company through both artwork and use of materials. The office has transformed into a clean and modernized working space, while telling a personal story.” Rothrock Construction brings another level of custom details when building for a client. They set themselves apart by being selective with projects, both commercial and residential, allowing for a more one-on-one personal approach of building.

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“J.P. Morgan Securities” is a brand name for a wealth management business that offers brokerage and advisory products and services through its affiliate, J.P. Morgan Securities LLC, member of FINRA and SIPC. Awards or rankings are not indicative of future success or results. Published information is generally based exclusively on material prepared and/or submitted by the recognized recipient. To learn about selection criteria, contact the issuing third-party, non-affiliated organization(s). © 2020 JPMorgan Chase & Co. All rights reserved. JLAD-20-12

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Beauty At Every Age When is the right time for plastic surgery? The demand for cosmetic procedures continues to grow for patients of any age. However, certain procedures may be recommended over others based on your age group. Below are some of the most common surgical/non-surgical procedures we see by age group here at Koger Cosmetic Clinic & Medspa.

IN YOUR 20s Breast Augmentation Rhinoplasty • Laser Hair Removal Coolsculpting

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50s & ABOVE Face & Neck Lift • Blepharoplasty Browlift & Microneedling Cheek Augmentation Facial Vein Removal • Photorejuvenation

Kim Edward Koger, M.D., F.A.C.S. Dr. Koger completed his Plastic Surgery Residency at Duke University and his General Surgery Residency at Stanford University. He has practiced cosmetic plastic surgery in Jupiter, FL for over 20 years and is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgeons.

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CONTENTS Vo l u m e 2 0 | I s s u e 3 | M a r c h 2 0 2 0

features 42 RESORT LIVING

Bring a favorite resort from around the world home with furnishing and styling ideas

48 AU COURANT COUNTRY CLUBS

Explore local country clubs that have been updated with all new amenities

54 SERENE SANCTUARY

Designer Jackie Armour helps a Jupiter couple create the perfect home for themselves and their alligators

62 SEASIDE SERENITY

Interior designer Eloise Kubli redesigns a modern waterfront mansion

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38 NOMAD’S NOTEBOOK

Words from Donna Lewis

Travel to Morocco’s imperial cities

22 GUIDE TO MARCH The most anticipated happenings this month

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26 STYLE FILE Procure pieces that pop with polka dots

28 JEWELRY We’re dreaming of aquamarine this month

30 BEAUTY

Look radiant this spring with highlighters and illuminators

32 BOUTIQUE BUZZ Outfit your next adventure at Vagabond Apparel

104 SPOTLIGHT Sip and relax at Vintage Wine and Charcuterie

106 COCKTAIL HOUR Meet UFC pioneer and MMA coach Din Thomas over drinks with Josh Cohen

117 SOCIAL CALENDAR Must-attend events

118 SCENE + HEARD Were you at the hottest events this season?

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36 PHOTOGRAPHY ROYALTY

Interior designer and author Danielle Rollins shares 20 things to know about her

Prince Michel de Yougoslavie returns to Palm Beach for his first photography exhibition in the U.S.

ON THE COVER Photo by Eduardo Schneider

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ORAL REPRESENTATIONS CANNOT BE RELIED UPON AS CORRECTLY STATING REPRESENTATIONS OF THE SELLER. FOR CORRECT REPRESENTATIONS, MAKE REFERENCE TO THIS BROCHURE AND TO THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY SECTION 718.503, FLORIDA STATUTES, TO BE FURNISHED BY A SELLER TO A BUYER OR LESSEE. This project has been filed in the state of Florida and no other state. This is not an offer to sell or solicitation of offers to buy the condominium units in states where such offer or solicitation cannot be made. Prices and availability are subject to change at any time without notice. This is a limited time offer. Developer may withdraw offering at any time. Pictures are artists’ renderings and may not represent the final building. Furnishings and fixtures are for display purposes only and are not included with the residences.

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• Estate and Business Planning • Asset Protection Planning • Estate, Gift, & Generation Skipping Tax Minimization Planning • Charitable Gift Planning • Trust and Estate Administration

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Palm Beach Illustrated • Naples Illustrated • Palm Beach Charity Register • Naples Charity Register • Florida Design • Florida Design Naples • Florida Design Miami Florida Design Sourcebook • Palm Beach Relocation Guide • Fifth Avenue South • South Florida Baby and Beyond • The Jewel of Palm Beach: The Mar-a-Lago Club • Traditions: The Breakers • Salut!: Naples Winter Wine Festival • Palm Beach 100 • Naples 100 • Art & Culture: Cultural Council of Palm Beach County • Pinnacle: Jupiter Medical Center Foundation • Waypoints: Naples Yacht Club • Naples on the Gulf: Naples Chamber of Commerce • Jupiter • Stuart • Gold Coast • Community Foundation of Collier County Community Report

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PUBLISHER’S LETTER

AVANT TOI MARSELL RICK OWENS JAGA NORMA KAMALI CAMILLA R13

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Welcome Home

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house is made of walls and beams. A home is made of hopes and dreams,” Ralph Waldo Emerson once said. What does “home” mean to you? Maybe it’s the place you were born, the town you grew up in, or the city you now live in. Often times, home is not a place at all, but rather a feeling; not just a singular location, like a house or a town, but a sense of community and belonging. Whatever you call home, we celebrate the humble abode in this spring issue. Journey through our luxurious home tours, providing you with a plethora of design inspiration. If your idea of home is synonymous with country club living, the Northern Palm Beaches has no shortage of country clubs and gated communities that personify luxury living at its finest. But these country clubs aren’t the clubs of the past; they’re offering an elevated home experience to a whole new audience and brimming with bountiful modern amenities for younger generations to enjoy. It just might be where your heart lies. Much of interior home design is inspired by worldly travels, the most exotic resorts, and the finest hotels, and many of those resorts have their own signature line that allows you to recreate that experience at home. Take your travels with you and live that resort life all year, especially here in Jupiter, where paradise is paramount. I would also like to welcome our new Jupiter Magazine editor, Michelle Ribeiro, who will be starting in the next issue. A Jupiter resident herself, Ribeiro has her finger on the pulse of our community and will showcase the iconic Jupiter vibe and all that makes us the perfect home to so many. Welcome home!

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Native Visions Galleries’ From Africa to the Everglades Wildlife meets artistry at Call of Africa’s Native Visions Galleries, now open in PGA Commons. The Palm Beach Gardens gallery is the newest location for owners Kirsten and Ross Parker, who also run a gallery in Naples. “When you can look at a sculpture or painting and sense the movement and intensity of the depicted moment, you know you are in the presence of a great artist,” Ross Parker says. “That is the kind of lifelike work you will find in our galleries.” From March 12 through April 14, peruse Native Visions Galleries’ newest exhibit, From Africa to the Everglades, featuring the works of David Langmead and John Seerey Lester. A portion of proceeds will benefit the Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida. To learn more about Native Visions Galleries and its From Africa to the Everglades exhibit, visit jupitermag.com.

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Maltz Jupiter Theatre From March 17 through April 5, head to the award-winning regional theater to experience the nine-time Tony Award–winning musical How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.

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Color Vibe 5K Get your run on at West Palm Beach’s most colorful 5K. On March 28, join hundreds of people running for a local charity, all while getting blasted with color at various stations throughout the event.

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Boat Show The Palm Beach International Boat Show is back March 26-29. From mega yachts to sailing paraphernalia, enjoy all things nautical at downtown West Palm Beach’s annual boating event.

ST. PATRICK’S DAY EVENTS IN PALM BEACH COUNTY St. Patrick’s Day is always a lucky celebration in South Florida. Get the whole family active at Duffy’s forty-fourth annual Shamrock Run in John Prince Park March 14. The event includes a 10-miler, a 5K, and a “Li’l Leprechaun Dash.” For more fun St. Paddy’s Day festivities, visit jupitermag.com.

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Women’s Health & Wellness Conference Join the Jupiter Medical Center for its third annual Women’s Health & Wellness Conference at the Pelican Club in Jupiter March 4. The area’s top physicians and specialists will discuss the latest in women’s wellness alongside keynote speaker Barbara Hannah Grufferman.

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Sip, Shop, and Sounds On March 20, kick off the weekend at Elizabeth Ave Station. From 4:30-9 p.m., unwind with an evening of drink specials, tunes, and shopping deals. Local shops will include Urban Vintage, Gather & Seek, and Article80, among others.

Submit An Event For Consideration Do you know of local happenings that should be featured in our magazine?

INSTAWORTHY @jupitermagazine

Send the event to associate editor Megan Ayscue: mayscue@palmbeachmedia.com. Make sure to include the event date, time, location, and an official link to the event where more information can be found.

FOLLOWUS US FOLLOW Sunset at the Jupiter Inlet - Alex Brock (@alexhbrock)

“2020” vision with these views - Matt DeLuca (@matt_deluca_photography)

The sun will always rise again - McCartney Lee (@mccartneylee)

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BACON AND BOURBON Sip and snack through the Bacon and Bourbon Fest March 21 and 22 at The Village of Wellington Community Center. Sample more than 60 bourbons and whiskeys along with baconinfused culinary treats. Guests can also take part in pairing seminars including exclusive Pappy Van Winkle tastings. (Free; baconbourbonfest.com)

ART FESTIVAL

Hundreds of national and international artists will converge on Juno Beach for the Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center Artfest by the Sea. Spend the weekend (March 14 and 15) perusing every style of art, sculpture, and jewelry, as well as enjoying live music and strolling through a green market packed with live plants, culinary delicacies, handmade soaps, and more. (Free; artfestival.com)

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Spring training is in full swing at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium. Join the Miami Marlins, the St. Louis Cardinals, and other Major League teams every day for games now through March 22. (Ticket prices vary; rogerdeanchevroletstadium.com)

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TURTLEFEST Join Loggerhead

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TASTE TOURS

Try tastings around downtown Jupiter during Jupiter Riverwalk Taste Tours each Saturday this month. At the end of the night, enjoy a final tasting from an outdoor restaurant during a boat ride on the Intracoastal Waterway. ($79.95; jupiterfoodtour.com)

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ST. PADDY’S DAY PARTY

Prepare for plenty of shamrocks and shenanigans at the St. Patrick’s Day Block Party on Town Center Drive in Downtown Abacoa. Enjoy a wee bit of music, kids’ activities, and food and drink specials on March 17. (Free; downtownabacoa.com)

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Band, beer, and beach lovers can spend the afternoon enjoying craft beer tastings and live music at BandSandBrews Craft Beer and Music Festival for a Cause on March 14. There will also be food trucks, wine, and a liquor cash bar available at Carlin Beach. (Tickets from $20; bandsandbrews.com)

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The Center for Spinal Disorders at Nicklaus Children’s provides compassionate care centered around patients and their families. That’s one reason we are one of the most successful programs in the nation for treating spinal disorders in children and teens. Our expert team of specialists have been influential in the development of some of the latest and most innovative techniques in spine and scoliosis surgery. The center is led by Dr. Stephen George and Dr. Thomas Errico, board-certified orthopedic surgeons who perform spinal surgery on children and teens.

Stephen G. George, MD Medical Director of Pediatric Spinal Surgery

Thomas J. Errico, MD Associate Director of Orthopedic and Neurosurgical Spine

Pediatric spine consultations available in Palm Beach at: Nicklaus Children’s Palm Beach Gardens Outpatient Center 11310 Legacy Ave, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 786-624-2225 (BACK) nicklauschildrens.org/spine

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OSCAR DE LA RENTA | Large wood and crystal hoop earrings; $320; available at Neiman Marcus in The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale; oscardelarenta.com

GUCCI | Medium top-

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SKIN BY SAME | Cut-out one piece; $175; available at Bunulu in The Gardens Mall and Bloomingdale’s in Town Center at Boca Raton; sameswim.com

REBECCA TAYLOR | Dot embroidered dress; $595; available at rebeccataylor.com

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BANANA REPUBLIC | Navy

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TIFFANY & CO. Tiffany Blue Book earrings in platinum with emerald-cut aquamarines and baguette diamonds; $90,000; available at Tiffany & Co. in The Gardens Mall; tiffany.com

LE VIAN Natural aquamarine necklace in 14-karat vanilla gold with chocolate and nude diamonds; $1,000; available at Jared in Legacy Place; jared.com

PROVIDENT JEWELRY Aquamarine ring accented with diamonds in platinum; $13,500; available at Provident Jewelry in Jupiter; providentjewelry.com

KEEN ON AQUAMARINE

Spruce up your spring wardrobe with six accessories featuring March’s birthstone By Megan Ayscue SAKS FIFTH AVENUE

HAMILTON JEWELERS Coomi 20-karat gold boat pendant with aquamarine, mother-of-pearl, and crystals; $9,900; available at Hamilton Jewelers on Worth Avenue; hamiltonjewelers.com

Aquamarine pendant; $99,000; available at Saks Fifth Avenue in The Gardens Mall; saksfifthavenue.com

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By Diana Gonzalez ylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, part of the University of Miami Health System and the Miller School of Medicine, has been providing cutting-edge multidisciplinary cancer care to patients in South Florida for decades. Now, with new recognition as one of the top cancer centers in the country, researchers and physicians at Sylvester are committed to making more groundbreaking discoveries in cancer research and delivering the newest treatment options to patients.

Sylvester achieved National Cancer Institute designation last summer, making it the only NCI-designated cancer center in South Florida and one of only two in the state. More importantly, this designation provides resources and momentum for continued growth that impacts patient care. With this designation, Sylvester joins the highest echelon of cancer centers, one of a select group of 71 NCI-designated cancer centers nationwide, which includes world-renowned institutions such as Memorial Sloan Kettering in New York and M.D. Anderson in Houston.

“The research we’re conducting advances global understanding of cancer, and plays an important role in serving our unique population and the greater marketplace,” said Sylvester’s director, Stephen D. Nimer, M.D., who holds the Oscar de la Renta Endowed Chair in Cancer Research. Hundreds of research studies are currently underway at Sylvester, including basic laboratory research and clinical trials for new treatments. Sylvester has the only Phase 1 Clinical Trials program in South Florida, which is the first step in evaluating how participants respond to the latest investigational treatments. These trials help develop more treatment options and give hope to cancer patients. NCI designation provides greater access to cutting-edge therapies not available elsewhere. As the only university-based cancer center in South Florida, patients often considered untreatable at other centers seek the unique level of expertise and experience available at Sylvester. With its growing network of locations – in Deerfield Beach, Coral Springs, Plantation, Hollywood, Aventura, Miami, Coral Gables, and Kendall – patients across South Florida are able to receive the most advanced cancer care without traveling outside the region. “We have more than 300 world-class physicians and researchers who are working together on outstanding collaborative and multidisciplinary research that is benefiting or will benefit patients here in our community and across the globe,” said Dr. Nimer. Sylvester’s Game ChangerTM vehicles are helping address health disparities in medically underserved communities experiencing higher-than-expected cancer rates. The Pap Corps Champions for Cancer Research, one of the largest grassroots fundraisers in the nation and decades-long Sylvester supporter, has committed to providing funds for a third vehicle to bring free cancer screenings and prevention strategies to communities in Palm Beach County.

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“I love what I buy,” she says. “Myself, my husband, my son—we all wear the clothes, and it’s a representation of our family.”

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ne of Elizabeth LeGore’s passions in life is traveling, and it’s a love she brought to Palm Beach Gardens in December with the opening of her boutique Vagabond Apparel. The clothes at Vagabond are laid-back and beachy, with a Boho flair as many of the brands LeGore carries hail from California and Australia. She chooses items that fit a vagabond, which she describes as “being a nomad, traveling, and exploring new places and also not going with the flow. “My goal is that when people come in here it’s a reflection of me, who I am, and my style, but also our community because our community travels,” LeGore says. “When you travel you want new outfits, and it’s a whole experience and feel. It’s our goal to help [customers] feel great about what they’re wearing.” LeGore first opened her shop five years ago in North Palm Beach. “It was scary, and it was a lot of work, but I went for it,” she says. Over the years, however, Vagabond outgrew its location, and LeGore sought out Palm Beach Gardens as the new outpost.

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“I wanted to be around more local businesses, and I chose this spot strategically,” LeGore says. “It gives you that local community feel, and I love that, and being able to partner with other local businesses is awesome.” While Vagabond began as a women’s and men’s store, LeGore recognized the need to include more children’s wear after having a son of her own and noticing her customers were having kids as well. “We kind of just fit it into our space at the other store, but here I wanted to [have a dedicated] kids’ section,” she explains. While LeGore often finds herself wearing Vagabond clothing, her husband and 3-year-old son do as well. “I love what I buy,” she says. “Myself, my husband, my son—we all wear the clothes, and it’s a representation of our family.” As Vagabond continues in its new location, LeGore plans to partner with her neighbors as well as participate in community charity events. In December, she launched a monthly giveback where Vagabond donates a percentage of sales to a local organization. “My goal is to create an environment of support for one another,” LeGore says.

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P O R T R A I T 1 CURRENT FAVORITE FASHION DESIGNERS Colombian designers Silvia Tcherassi and Johanna Ortiz. Their designs are fun, flirty, and ruffly enough for Florida. 2 WORK DUDS Leggiadro Capri pants, a blouse, a Hermès scarf, and Gianvito Rossi sandals 3 GASTRO GO-TO CPB at The Colony Hotel 8 Photo By Carmel Brantley

4 OUT-OF-TOWNER TREAT Buccan and The Breakers 5 DRINK DU JOUR I fly a lot and Delta serves Fresca, which I’ll mix with tequila. I call it “The Delta.” 6 SNACK ATTACK I eat whatever I can grab and go, but I really like Pirate’s Booty.

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Danielle Rollins 20 things to know about the Palm Beach interior designer, lifestyle entrepreneur, and author

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t’s said that when life hands you lemons, make lemonade. If you happen to be celebrated lifestyle entrepreneur Danielle Rollins, you would promptly ameliorate the traditional sip with ultra-premium alcohol and locally sourced citrus, serving it in a smartly garnished glass with a crisp monogrammed napkin. You can expect nothing less than au currant cool from the Dallas-born interior designer who authored Soirée: 18 Entertaining with Style, a colorful tome on the art of entertaining, a book her friend and fellow green thumb enthusiast Oscar de la Renta suggested she pen. The legendary fashion designer first floated the idea to her at a private charity dinner she hosted in 2009 for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. “He turned to me and said, ‘You entertain so beautifully and effortlessly. You should write a book for the younger generation that doesn’t know these things.’” At the time, she was navigating a messy divorce, the final chapter of a relationship irreversibly marred by physical and emotional abuse. She was also caring for her then 8-year-old daughter who had been seriously injured in a go-kart accident the previous spring. The literary project turned out to be both therapeutic and beneficent. “I’m not one of those people who can take adversity and just say, ‘Well, that’s too bad.’ I have to do something good.” It explains why she contributes a portion of each book sale to domestic violence charities. In 2012, the same year Soirée: Entertaining with Style was published, Rollins launched her eponymous lifestyle design firm, Danielle Rollins Interiors, which she helms from her home on Palm Beach Island. Her design aesthetic 1 is elegantly uncomplicated: create beautiful spaces that allow her clients to enjoy doing the things that matter in life. Five years later, she introduced a line of curated apparel that culled inspiration from silhouettes she had previously fashioned and received raves, like the perfect white shirt, a cotton ball skirt, and a little wrap hostess dress. The sartorial line now boasts more than 42 pieces and is sold on her website. Bon vivants will also be happy to know her latest literary work, A Home for All Seasons: Gracious Living and Stylish Entertaining, is scheduled to debut this fall. Today, when she’s not designing, she enjoys championing for women’s and children’s charities, sup7 porting local arts institutions such as the Norton Museum of Art, and spending time with her children, Emerson, Carlyle, Preston, and Carolina, and her dog, Maybelline. — Kerry Shorr

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8 BINGE WATCHES The Deuce on HBO. I loved it. 9 WHAT’S PLAYING Pink Martini and Hôtel Costes radio on Sonos are favorites, and I never tire of classic jazz and blues. 10 ALWAYS CARRIES Lipstick. I’m southern after all and grew up with my mother and grandmother always telling me to put it on. 11 ACTIVE ENDEAVORS Taking boat rides down the Intracoastal, walking on the beach or Palm Beach bike trail, or antique shopping on South Dixie. 12 HIDDEN TALENT Making ugly things beautiful because I can see the potential in anything. 13 HAPPY PLACE My bed. My staff jokingly refers to it as my “bedquarters.” 14 GREATEST EXTRAVAGANCE My skincare routine. I’m obsessed with good lotions and spend a lot on sunscreen and hats. 15 WORTH TRYING ONCE Mastering how to make a signature cocktail and cooking breakfast in bed for your significant other. 16 WORTH REPEATING Elsie de Wolfe’s “Be pretty if you can, be witty if you must, but be gracious if it kills you.” 17 SOJOURN STAPLES A makeup bag, skincare items, and an extra pair of shoes 18 BUCKET LIST Seeing the aurora borealis or sailing somewhere I can spend the night looking up at the stars. 19 SOMETHING SECRET I’m terribly shy, hate being alone, and spend more nights working than I care to admit. 20 CAN’T STOP SAYING Lovely

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Prince of Pictures After saying goodbye to Palm Beach in 1999, H.R.H Prince Michel de Yougoslavie returned in January to the tropical expanse he called home for 15 years By Kerry Shorr Photography by Austen Amacker

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few days before the debut of Prince Michel de Yougoslavie’s first photography exhibition in the United States, the debonair royal, comfortably ensconced in the vibrant surrounds at Coe & Co. Photography Gallery on Royal Poinciana Way, chats amicably about how a self-taught hobby evolved into an all-consuming passion for the visual arts. While holding a successful marketing job at a Geneva-based, due-diligence company, the grandson of Italy’s last king and the last regent of Yugoslavia experienced a moment of clarity. Craving something more existential than the self-gratification he received from his work, he discovered he was searching for a lightness of being. His business coach and former Palm Beach resident, Nicole Petschek, suggested he find a hobby he could practice daily. “I remembered thinking back to when I was young and living in Versailles,” he says. “I would carry around a little Kodak camera and take photographs on weekends and during lunch and dinner. I was always very happy with them.” He purchased an inexpensive camera, then spent the next five years practicing an hour each day, shooting things like doorknobs, streetlamps, and other commonplace objects and themes. At the time, “All my friends were saying, ‘Michel, we like your photos, you should do a show,’” he says. His response was usually the same: “I would tell them I didn’t even know how to do photos and that it was private or part of my therapy.” When his uncle in Geneva invited him to display selections of his work in a weeklong show featuring three other Italian shutterbugs, he acquiesced. “A friend helped me pick some photos, images that mostly represented nature [including one of a live bug in a dead flower].” When the show concluded, the prince learned he had sold 30 photographs, while the other participants had only sold one each. Today the former real estate broker and 36

hedge fund executive, who now proudly shoots with a Leica, is rarely without his camera. When he’s not traveling around the world, he typically clocks six or seven photographic exhibitions a year and regularly gifts his works to charity, including a recent donation he made to a Palm Beach nonprofit supporting children with autism. Here, he spills on inspirational shots, overcoming shyness, and snapping happy photos. What do you receive from seeing life through a lens? When I first look through my camera lens, everything is really small. Then, you transport [the images] onto your computer and they’re bigger. You print them and put them on the wall and they’re even bigger. Seeing the finished project feels like giving birth. It makes you feel very happy at the end.

How has photography helped you personally? When I started taking portraits, I was very shy about stopping people in the street, but I used it as an exercise to build confidence. I’ve found that most people are delighted to have their portraits done. My camera has Wi-Fi so I can send them to my phone then directly to the person via WhatsApp. Also, participating in exhibitions is very self-gratifying. It’s like unveiling and opening myself up to people at the same time. Do you ever look to others’ photography for inspiration? I love looking at photos, especially [those from] the old days. Right now, I’m in the gallery [Coe & Co.] looking at Steve McCurry’s “Afghan Girl” that was on the cover of National Geographic. It’s only $75,000, which makes me hope my $2,000 photo may get that someday.

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bn Battuta, a Berber Moroccan scholar known for his travel exploration, once said, “Traveling leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” That sentiment is exactly what my two girlfriends and I were hoping to experience during our adventure abroad to Morocco. To help ensure our travels would go smoothly, we looked to Abercrombie & Kent for their expertise. A land of contrasts, Morocco’s magic lies in its depth of history that blends African, Berber, Arab, and European cultures. This harmonious integration is the culmination of epicurean specialties, architecture, and music spawning today’s Morocco. During our girls’ trip, we traveled to Casablanca and a few of the imperial cities of Fez, Rabat, and Marrakesh—my favorite. The city is considered the “Pearl of the South” and once was the capital of an empire that stretched from Spain to Senegal. With its ancient medina, the old walled area of the city was fascinating. The

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Jemaa el F’na square—designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site—provided nonstop entertainment with snake charmers, fireeaters, fortune tellers, and acrobats. Exploring the souks, or marketplaces, of Marrakesh was amazing. We navigated winding, narrow streets lined with shops selling an array of goods, from jewelry and pottery to leather wares and intricate filigreed lanterns. Sights, sounds, and smells permeated the labyrinth of stalls, each filled with fresh fruits (you have to try the pomegranates!), dates, olives, and spices galore. The colors of coriander, cumin, saffron, turmeric, and cardamom pods laid out before me were mesmerizing. Harissa was the best: a savory paste of garlic, chilies, olive oil, and salt. I was determined to continue this shopping excursion with a mission: I set my sights on searching for the perfect (and most fairly priced) Moroccan bowls to match the Mediterranean blue

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(right) Marrakesh markets dinner plates I inherited from my abound with spices and fruits. mother. My friends and I found (below) The imperial city of some in stunning patterns of indigo, Meknes, a UNESCO World Heriaqua, and bright gold and had them tage site wrapped up to go. (below right) Traveling on Walking to newer parts of Marcamelback is a can’t-miss. rakesh and the district of Gueliz is a distinctly different experience, complete with upscale shops, a designer row, and former palaces converted into posh hotels. It now embodies a trendy, vibrant energy, known for its art galleries, festivals, exhibitions, and famous designers who pop in for runway shows. Incorporated into our stay in Marrakesh was a journey approximately 35 miles south on a narrow road up to the High Atlas mountains. On clear days, you can see Jebel Toubkal’s peak from the city. The winding roads were lined with apple, walnut, and cherry trees rising upward to 5,900 feet. We arrived at a tiny village in the Imlil Valley to visit with a local Berber family, who repeated “Marhaba!” as they invited us into their home. We sampled freshly baked Moroccan flatbread along with local honey, newly harvested walnuts, and sweetened mint tea. Giving us a glimpse into Berber life and customs, this traditional Moroccan greeting is meant to show their warm, welcoming hospitality. From Imlil, we were transported to the world of Sir Richard Branson and his award-winning Kasbah Tamadot, a spectacular 28-suite hotel situated in the Atlas mountains. His parents found the Kasbah and dreamt of turning it into a Moroccan retreat, which Branson later purchased. It is now a part of the Eve Branson Foundation and Virgin Unite, and 98 percent of its employees are locals. Kasbah Tamadot also showcases the work of area artisans at the gift shop. There isn’t a shortage of activities either; options include mule riding, hiking up the mountains, a gorgeous pool for sunbathing, and cooking classes for creating delectable bites of local cuisine. From there, we headed to Fez, which is considered the cultural heart of Morocco. In addition to having the University of Al-Qarawiyyin—regarded as the oldest university in the world—its ancient, ninth-century Fezel-Bali (Old Fez) has been amazingly preserved. In fact, no cars are allowed on the 9,000-plus lanes, alleyways, and souks, where many residents are craftsmen working with bronze, leather, and pottery. We ended with Merzouga and a journey to the desert as our parting adventure. Sleeping under the stars in a Bedouin tent was a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and the vastness and colors of the dunes of the Saharan Desert are incomprehensible. Camel treks are a must on the Erg Chebbi dunes. Besides the sheer fun of riding a camel, we were provided “cameleers:” bedouins in their native dress who lead visitors into the vastness of sand which seemed to go on forever. Salim, our very own cameleer, took us on a special journey. When we arrived at the dune, he unrolled a ruby red Bedouin rug onto the sand, took what appeared to be a handful of twigs from his sack, and made a small campfire. After, he prepared the ubiquitous Moroccan sweetened tea and served it to us along with warmed walnuts and honey. What’s most surprising in the world’s largest desert is the intense silence, which is deafening but idyllically quiet, magnifying any minute sound to serious clarity. Stargazing became our evening event—we tried to see who could find the Milky Way or spot the next shooting star for the chance of another wish. My wish was already answered. Mystical and enchanting, Morocco was a perfect choice.

Expand your travels Grab lunch at Kasbah Tamadot to sample its Moroccan mezze and the best fish tagine ever. virginlimited edition.com/enkahbah-tamadot.com Take an excursion to Ksar Aït Benhaddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that was once an important stop along caravan routes, which carried salt from the Sahara, returning with gold and ivory. abercrombiekent.com Spend a night at a true oasis in Skoura, L’Ma Lodge, which means water in Arabic. This guest house is set amongst hundreds of palm and fruit trees, and is renowned for its charm and delightful European owners. imalodge.com Jardin Majorelle (Majorelle Gardens) was originally designed in 1924 and is one of the most magical gardens in the world. Fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent and his partner, Pierre Bergé, purchased and restored the property, which includes two-and-a-half acres of cacti, exotic plants, trees, paths, pools, and fountains. jardinmajorelle.com Enjoy dinner at Café de la Poste, a centuryold fixture in Marrakesh’s Gueliz district. grandcafedelaposte.com

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“Angela is just such a go getter.” Carol Barefield, and her husband Tom, have used Angela for multiple transactions as sellers and buyers. Carol came to Angela pretty frustrated. “We were looking for homes and finding nothing. I eventually filled out something on the Internet. I received a call from Angela immediately. I thought, who is this person?” Carol found Waterfront Properties and Angela Voland via one of Waterfront’s marketing websites.

buyers describe as efficient and seamless. “I’m very good at matching the right personality to the right property,” saving the seller and buyer time and energy. “I do a lot on my end to ensure my clients don’t have to.” The Connecticut transplant said once she gets a listing, she wants the seller to feel good about “letting me do everything.” Carol Barefield said, “My husband is happy to sit back and pay to have someone do the work. That’s exactly what Angela did.”

“I’d never heard of a ‘pocket listing.’ Angela had all these properties that hadn’t yet gone to the MLS.” Angela found and sold the Barefield’s penthouse. Years later, when the time came to sell the penthouse, Angela sold it in just two days. “We were out of town. She got there with a photographer, shot these great photos and soon after called to say, ‘I think I have a buyer.’” Angela then found and sold the couple a large waterfront residence where they continue to reside for a portion of the year.

Building good business relationships that almost always turn into friendships, Angela never really leaves her clients. Carol said, “We had our new home extensively remodeled. Angela found us all the people we needed.” The same good working relationships she maintains with buyers and sellers, she enjoys with fellow agents. “It’s exciting for me to find and sell properties, often before they hit the public market. With the combination of Waterfront’s marketing resources and the relationships I have built with top area brokers, I’m able to do just that.”

The Barefield’s experience isn’t a one off. This is the experience Angela and her marketing team at Waterfront consistently delivers.

Start with the agent. A full-time resident of one of the barrier island’s premier condominium properties, Angela focuses on Singer Island and mainland waterfront condominium sales. Coming off 2019 sales of over $16.5M, almost all of which were waterfront condominiums, Angela’s success is undeniable. “Singer Island is my home and previously I lived across the Intracoastal in the North Palm area. I know these areas intimately. I know what each property offers.” That’s the starting point of a process that sellers and

Look beyond the agent. “Waterfront is as much a marketing firm as it is a real estate brokerage,” Angela said. “Between Waterfront’s Internet presence and our top notch digital marketing, I have 20 people behind the scenes marketing my sellers’ properties.” Waterfront Properties owner Rob Thomson said, “Angela’s secret is her preparation. What feels seamless, easy even, actually requires a ton of work on her part.” Asked to describe her intangible quality, Angela said, “Enthusiasm.” We agree.

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IMITATION GAME

Replicating the tranquil surrounds often found at fine hotels and resorts is easier than it looks. Pulling in analogous pieces specific to a favorite space is the trick to winning the imitation game. Want to see how it’s done? Here, we’ve selected a sample of indoor and outdoor settings from four of the world’s most jaw-dropping properties (who else would we mimic?) and the furnishings and fixtures you’ll need to bring the look home. By Kerry Shorr

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LIGHTEN UP Pagodas and light, literally and figuratively, are deeply rooted in Vietnam’s Buddhist and contemporary communities. The Tole Pagoda cage pendant by Chelsea House, pictured in antique gold leaf and silver, combines the inherent beauty of both; $1,929; available at Capitol Lighting locations; 1800lighting.com

DRAGON WORLD Dubbed the “Land of the Ascending Dragon,” Vietnam has morphed from a once battle-ravaged country into a bucket list sojourn for surfers, college students, and pho lovers. Situated on the secluded island paradise of Phu Quoc and a stone’s throw from Vietnam’s southern coast, JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay Resort & Spa is imbued with an over-the-top elegance that extends even into the bathrooms. At Lamarck House, its seafront residence named for French evolutionist Jean-Baptiste Lamarck, the opulent setting is engulfed in gray and white marble veining and golden fixtures. Matching scalloped vessel sinks rest atop an altar table–inspired vanity, while a carved soaking tub, nestled beneath a colored crystal chandelier, holds court in front of a folding screen faced in bright ikat. marriott.com

POWDER KEG Whether for privacy or its utter unexpectedness, a folding room screen, like this vintage archetype in rattan, brings instant powder room panache; $1,200; available at Circa Who in West Palm Beach; circawho.com

SPLISH SPLASH Channel your inner Venus in an opulent wash vessel that would make the Roman deity swoon. Cut from a block of Carrara marble and weighing 1,800 pounds, the Papillon bathtub from Stone Forest promises a heavenly soak; $37,950; available at Ferguson locations; ferguson.com

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MAGIC MIRROR Mirror televisions are no longer exclusive to hotel bathrooms. The customizable mirror television by Reflectel couples your fair reflection and your favorite shows and can be mounted anywhere in the house, including your most private sanctum; price upon request; available at AHT Global in Doral; ahtglobal.com

RAINBOW BRIGHT Dress up your dream bath with a dreamy rug. Jonathan Saunders’ Harrington rug reflects his adoration for graphic design and bombastic color and pays homage to Charlotte Perriand, an extraordinarily talented French architect and designer who resided in Vietnam during World War II; $137 per square foot; available at The Rug Company at DCOTA in Dania Beach; therugcompany.com

SAIGON SONG Add a touch of oriental charm to your bathing ritual with Cochine’s Vietnamese rose and delentii scented candle, which features notes of rose and bergamot and a hint of the fragrant orchids that call Southeast Asia home; $65; cochine.com

PASSIONATE PRINT Printmaker’s double washstand by Luay Al-Rawi, a former importer of eastern novelties, reads like a love letter to Hanoi’s French colonial era; from $3,060; available at Restoration Hardware in West Palm Beach; rh.com

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AVIAN DELIGHT The Vero pendant, shaped from dozens of delicate rattan twigs, bears a delightful resemblance to a bird’s nest; $998; available at Serena & Lily in Palm Beach; serenaandlily.com

FOREST FOSSIL Organic meets industrial chic in the Terra coffee table. A polished, petrified wood tabletop and hand-forged steel base make this a rustic resting spot for après-dinner drinks; $3,799; available at Arhaus; arhaus.com

TROPICAL JEWEL The relaxed beauty and playful sophistication of St. Bart’s has always attracted celebrities and serious sun worshippers who stay for the cerulean waterscapes and long stretches of dazzling, powder-white sand. Hotels and resorts are always a good option but, for privacy-seekers, booking one of the island’s ultra-luxurious rental properties is the insider’s way to go. For a truly “this-is-living” experience, nab Villa Ixfalia in Lurin, one of the island’s larger quartiers. From this hillside perch, guests need only raise their heads to drink in captivating vistas of St. Jean Bay. Inside, the zen-like surrounds marry tropical accoutrements with designs both exotic and far-flung, like hand-carved African stools, fossilized tree stump tabletops, and hand-woven rattan lighting. edenrockvillarental.com

PLUSH PERCH Dreamt up by Dutch designer Jan te Lintelo, the Lugano modular sectional, pictured in a chocolatey Morel Italian Faille, provides customizable seating with pillow bolsters and dozens of ultra-plush slipcover options; from $1,121; available at Restoration Hardware in West Palm Beach; rh.com

LIGHTEN UP Brimming with coastal appeal, this super-stylish, natural vine floor lamp can be filed under “light fixtures we love;” $1,500; available at Walker Zabriskie Furniture in Palm Beach; walkerzabriskie.com

PICTURE PERFECT In this vibrant, retro-inspired travel poster print by Chicago artist and publishing entrepreneur Karen Young, St. Bart’s colonial architecture and enduring landmarks, like Fort Gustav and the Water House Museum, take center stage; available in various formats; from $15.25; loosepetals.com

DESIGNER RECLINER Part of Cassina’s I Maestri Collection, Charlotte Perriand’s iconic Tokyo chaise lounge puts a sleek spin on restful reclination. Composed of curved wooden strips and brass hardware, the chaise is topped with a seat mattress and bolster headrest covered in a mold-, stain-, and water-resistant fabric; $7,467; available at Luminaire Flagship and Luminaire Lab in Coral Gables and Miami, respectively; luminaire.com

CRASH LANDING Originally conceived by a Portuguese artisan, the Meteor bowl by Global Views looks equally spectacular solo or paired with posh florals; $998; available at Pineapples, Palms, Too in Jupiter; pineapplespalm.com

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PRINCE OF PERSIA Punch up walls with an elegant, Persian-inspired motif, like the Lido Paper Sky wallpaper from Lee Jofa, shown in Sky; price upon request; available at Kravet at DCOTA in Dania Beach; kravet.com

SIAMESE STAR Dubbed the “Rose of the North,” Chiang Mai is nestled in a verdant valley along the Ping River. The perfect spot for a curious traveler, this ancient city in northern Thailand balances jungles and Buddhist temples with a cultural center suffused with a cosmopolitan vibe. Set in the Himalayan foothills and surrounded by working rice farms, Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai embraces its setting. A resident albino water buffalo greets guests, and, at dusk, local farmers parade through their rice fields with drums. With views of the tropical gardens, rice paddies, and rolling hills beyond, the sleeping quarters reflect the grandeur of the great outdoors, pulling in lush botanical hues layered with Thai motifs, carved-wood details, and sumptuous textiles. fourseasons.com/chiangmai

BURLAP BEAUTY With polished fruitwood slats and a natural burlap shade, the Kennedy pendant is the perfect mash-up of organic elements and mid-century design; $910; available at Crate and Barrel in Boca Raton; crateandbarrel.com

PROPHETIC PURPOSE The warm, bronzy, and iridescent cast on the Elijah panel bed’s intricately carved, wooden headboard resembles a pair of natural resources, soil and sunlight; from $2,299; available at Neiman Marcus; neimanmarcus.com SWEET DREAMS Book passage to the Land of Nod with a set of Four Seasons’ satiny Supima cotton sheets, the favored currency of Hypnos; $299; shop.fourseasons.com

EARTH ANGEL Who better to bring tranquility than Buddha? Handcrafted in Thailand from carved wood, glass inlay, and a gold metal leaf finish, this earth witness Buddha depicts the moment of Siddhartha Gautama’s enlightenment; $2,500; available at Asian Accents of Palm Beach in West Palm Beach; asianaccentspb.com

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GREEN LIGHT The country’s fertile landscape and its love of strong, clean lines are well represented in this Danish-style armchair, which marries mosscolored velvet with a limed-oak frame; $3,650; available at Mecox Gardens in West Palm Beach; mecox.com

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MAURITIAN MAGIC Mark Twain once wrote, “Mauritius was made first and then heaven, heaven being copied after Mauritius.” CNN Travel later described Mauritius as “the best African destination you know almost nothing about.” Plunked nearly 2,000 miles off Africa’s southeastern coast, this worth-the-trek destination is a hot spot for outdoorsy and botanical types, but the tranquil vantages, swaying palm trees, and postcard-perfect beaches are what make Mauritius a go-to for families and honeymooners. The One&Only Le Saint Géran is one of the best spots to soak up all there is to love about Mauritius. Parked on its own private peninsula on the island’s east coast, the 60-acre resort heavyweight has no “bad angles” of the Indian Ocean, but grab a seat by the fire pit where you can toast the hot pink sunset with a glass of bubbly. oneandonlyresorts.com/le-saint-geran

NIGHT LIGHT Taking its cue from mid-century design, Jonathan Browning’s Morency lantern puts a contemporary spin on the classic alfresco essential; from $112; available at Restoration Hardware in West Palm Beach; rh.com

FIRE STARTER Sleek and stylish, this natural log outdoor fire table features decorative lava rocks and runs on firewood or a disposable gel fuel canister; from $1,499; available at Arhaus in The Gardens Mall; arhaus.com

PAVE THE WAY Bring ocular interest with a pathway composed from slabs, stones, or pavers, like the Avalon Porcelain Passage paver in Sabi Ridge; price upon request; available at Opustone Stone and Tile Concepts in West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, and Miami; opustone.com

POSH PILLOW Cacti are commonplace in Mauritius, but this outdoor pillow, imprinted with a bold, overlapping leaf cactus silhouette, is anything but average; $45.95; available at Crate & Barrel in Town Center at Boca Raton; crateandbarrel.com

THROWING SHADE With its pagoda-style design and scalloped edging, the Eastport umbrella is more chic—and less messy—than slathering on sunscreen; $728, base sold separately; available at Serena & Lily in Palm Beach; serenaandlily.com

HANDY MAN Rack up hostess points as you pay tribute to the island’s most famous mollusk with Star Home’s nickelplated, cast aluminum octopus beverage tub; $285; available at Neiman Marcus locations; neimanmarcus.com

OFF THE GRID Gloster’s modular seating system, Grid, mixes Danish minimalism with moisture and scratchresistant finishes that prove elegance needn’t be kept indoors; from $5,000; available at Island Living & Patio in West Palm Beach; islandlivingpatio.com

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NOT YOUR FATHER’S COUNTRY CLUB

LOCAL SOCIAL CLUBS ARE KICKING THINGS UP A NOTCH, WELCOMING NEW AND OLD MEMBERS TO ENJOY THE ULTIMATE LUXURY LIFESTYLE

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n today’s everchanging society, traditional country clubs are having to reinvent themselves by offering something for everyone. From upgraded spa amenities to specialty dining (even a food truck), a new generation of country clubs is on the rise. We’ve rounded up several in the Palm Beaches that are adapting with the times and offering South Floridians new ways to stay and play.

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renchman’s Reserve, recognized as a Top 100 Platinum South Florida Country Club, has transformed its world-class amenities following the completion of an $18 million renovation. Offering a luxurious yet relaxed private club atmosphere in the heart of Palm Beach Gardens, the Club at Frenchman’s Reserve features a wealth of social opportunities and amenities, all near upscale shopping on Palm Beach’s Worth Avenue and world-class beaches of the Atlantic Ocean. In fall 2018, a newly built tennis complex opened with seven lighted HydroGrid clay tennis courts, a multi-sport court for basketball and pickleball, elevated seating, and a wraparound terrace with a solaractivated awning.

Continuing the community’s emphasis on wellness and a healthy lifestyle, the expanded fitness center quadrupled in size to 12,000 square feet and features state-of-the-art equipment and technology in multiple fitness styles. The 45,000-square-foot Grande Clubhouse was modernized years prior, earning honors from Golf Inc. Magazine, along with its Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Course. Completely renovated in 2016, the golf course remains the ultimate expression of Palmer’s design and playability standards. As part of the $18 million project, world-class dining amenities continued with Parc, a brand-new casual restaurant that opened in 2019. With more than 200 children under the age of 18 in the community, Frenchman’s Reserve understood the importance of constructing a fully staffed Youth Center and an expanded outdoor playground facility. With only 341 single-family homes, 56 coach homes, and 50 custom homes, ranging from 2,450 to 11,000 square feet, and priced from $550,000 through $5,000,000, the intimacy of Frenchman’s Reserve sets it apart. It offers something for everyone and is a new kind of club for all ages and seasons. frenchmansreservecc.com 3370 Grande Corniche, Palm Beach Gardens

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howcasing five legendary courses for the golf lover, PGA National Resort & Spa in Palm Beach Gardens is known as South Florida’s premier golf, vacation, and spa destination. PGA National Resort recently announced it has retained Staples Golf Design to lead a reimagination of the Squire Course. As one of five distinct 18-hole courses, four of which are on property, the Squire Course was originally designed by the renowned duo of Tom and George Fazio and has not had any significant updates since opening. “I couldn’t be more thrilled to be working with the new ownership of PGA National on the Squire Course,” says Andy Staples, president of Staples Golf Design. “I’ve watched tournaments on this property since I was a kid, so it’s a real honor to be working here. We’ll be coming up with innovative solutions that address golf ’s future, and that’s exciting. You’re going to want to keep an eye on this project.” Few golf courses have a pedigree as storied as The Champion, with its vaunted resume including hosting the 1983 Ryder Cup, the 1987 PGA Championship, and two decades of the Senior PGA Championship.

Currently, it hosts The Honda Classic, a wildly popular stop on the PGA Tour’s “Florida Swing.” The layout is best known for the “Bear Trap,” a series of three demanding holes many consider the toughest stretch in the game. The storied destination also features four additional championship layouts: The Palmer, The Fazio, The Squire, and The Estates. The transformed Palmer Course, originally designed by legendary Arnold Palmer, reopened in 2017 after undergoing a comprehensive renovation. Additionally, PGA National offers the David Leadbetter Golf Academy and Dave Pelz Scoring Game School for individual instruction and group clinics; Every Ball Counts, the world’s first science-based, statistics-driven training system for golf improvement; and state-of-the-art Cool Clubs club fitting. A distinguishing highlight is the 33,000-squarefoot Sports & Racquet Club. The Spa is a 40,000-square-foot oasis of tranquility, while the AAA Four Diamond resort features eight on-site dining options including its acclaimed Ironwood Steak & Seafood. pgaresort.com 400 Avenue of the Champions, Palm Beach Gardens

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ublicly owned by the Village of North Palm Beach, the North Palm Beach Country Club welcomes all locals. The clubhouse originally opened in 1963 and was the hub of social activity and important life events for generations until it was demolished in 2018. Now an elegant, new, 37,000-square-foot clubhouse has been built and features panoramic views of the golf course from the banquet room, dining area, patio, and bar. A mini-golf putting green as well as fire pits were added to the back patio in addition to a renovated pool and deck described as having “a resort feel.” The new clubhouse cost approximately $19 million with another $1 million invested in

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2019 to plant new grass throughout the golf course and driving range, and to upgrade irrigation and lighting systems. While you don’t have to be a member to enjoy any of the clubhouse amenities, memberships are offered with special rates and privileges for those who prefer them. There’s something for everyone including a spectacular Jack Nicklaus–designed signature golf course; a golf pro shop along with a driving range, a tennis center with 10 lighted Har-Tru clay courts; an L-shaped 50-meter pool with a kiddie splash park; a multipurpose banquet room; and the wildly popular restaurant and bar Farmer’s Table. Serving fresh and healthy creations for every appetite, Farmer’s Table has nightly entertainment and an express takeout store, as well as theme nights and motivating presentations about healthy lifestyles and food preparation. village-npb.org 501 US Highway 1, North Palm Beach

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he Club at Ibis is an award-winning West Palm Beach country club community with a legendary reputation. What makes The Ibis experience unique are the incomparable sports programs, the engaging lifestyle, its beautifully manicured setting, and the all-new sports village and clubhouse. The Club at Ibis continually finds ways to improve its impeccable reputation. In 2015, Ibis completed a $33 million capital improvement project, which included a new sports village (The CORE) and one of the country’s most innovative clubhouses. A golf course redesign by Jack Nicklaus—one of three Nicklaus family–designed courses at the Club—followed two years later. With membership required with a home purchase, these improvements fostered not only a dramatic surge in member usage, but an increase in more than 500 membership sales. Ibis is at it again, with a relentless drive to keep its amenities among the finest in the country. They are currently undertaking a $13.5 million capital improvement project to expand the most popular of their four restaurants, The Pub, as well as to add more card rooms and a new lobby bar/lounge. Ibis schedules its improvements in phases in order to minimize disruption to member services. “The new wave of club members tends to be higher-income younger professionals or empty nesters who want top-tier amenities with an array of programs and activities to keep them engaged and connected to others,” says Stephen J. LoGiudice, general manager and COO. Ibis has four restaurants offering varied menus, each with its own distinct decor and feel. Ibis has even added a new Ibis Food Truck for special events during the year and around the holidays, making it the only club in the area to have one.

Dining poolside at Bistro is a member favorite.

clubatibis.com 8225 Ibis Blvd., West Palm Beach

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ALLIGATOR ALLEY KYLE AND BETH ASPLUNDH ENLISTED TOP DESIGNER JACKIE ARMOUR TO TRANSFORM THEIR JUPITER ABODE INTO A FOREVER HOME FOR THEMSELVES AND THEIR ALLIGATORS (YES, ALLIGATORS) By Kerry Shorr Photography by Carmel Brantley

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more—to realize Kyle’s lifelong dream of n the world of crocodilerecting a private sanctuary dedicated to ian conservation, Kyle rescued alligators, crocodiles, and tortoisAsplundh stands out. Son es with outdoor enclosures that emulate of utility tree-trimming their natural habitats and provide protecmagnate and altruist Carl tion from the elements, like hurricanes. Hj. Asplundh Jr., Kyle fell in On weekends, the couple would fly in love with wildlife at an early to conduct real estate reconnaissance, age. Raised in a comfortable first searching in Wellington, Loxasuburb outside of Philadelphia, his apprehatchee, and The Acreage before turning ciation for the great outdoors was fueled their GPS north to Jupiter Farms. There by vacations spent at his parents’ homes they found a bucolic estate that backed on Palm Beach Island and Florida’s west up to Riverbend Park and was outfitted coast, where he wiled away the hours fishwith a 2,000-square-foot, three-bedroom ing, airboat riding, and catching turtles. home, a pond surrounded by cypress The coastal excursions also developed his trees 24-feet deep, and a field with an deep-seated respect for American alligairrigation system. tors and crocodiles, which cooperatively In December 2014, they moved in. coexist in South Florida. It also resulted in The Asplundhs’ home mixes rustic furnishings While Kyle worked on the construction the first of many alligator acquisitions. with textures one might find in Yosemite. of his wildlife facility, Beth spearheaded “My husband has had [an alligator] smaller design projects and built a since he was 10 or 12 years old,” says Beth, pool. Less than a year later, the couple, who entertain often and Kyle’s wife and high school sweetheart. “His parents just allowed frequently have family, friends, and out-of-town guests stay over, him to have one, and one grew to many.” realized they needed more space. When the couple decided to relocate to Florida to be closer to “As ridiculous as it sounds, a three-bedroom house for two Kyle’s family and Beth’s grandparents who reside in Delray Beach, people just wasn’t cutting it,” Beth says. “I was constantly doing they knew they would need enough land—at least 10 acres or

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laundry and feeling like my house was closing in on me.” She credits her husband for finding their current digs in Ranch Colony, a luxurious, gated golf and equestrian community east of I-95 and approximately three miles west of where they were living. They purchased the 20-acre property in 2015, which, save for a garage, was empty, and decided, they would sit on it. The tipping point for Beth came when their neighbor’s Ranch Colony property went up for sale. “It was like, ‘Okay, now we have to make big adult decisions about the future. Do we really picture ourselves here with more land?’” The answer was yes, they did. After nearly a year of negotiating, the Asplundhs found themselves the newly minted owners of a second 20-acre estate, this one imbued with a circa-1990s house, a large pond, and enough capacity for a new sanctuary that would feature a state-of-the-art breeding program for endangered crocodiles. At press time, Kyle has already bred Chinese alligators twice in captivity. At first, Beth debated about hiring a decorator, then conceded 58

she needed a pro to realize her dream home. “With the internet at your fingertips it feels like you can do it yourself, but as soon as I started to think about paint colors, I said, ‘Nope, I cannot.’” They hired Harold Smith of Smith & Moore Architects in Palm Beach and JMA Interior Design principal Jackie Armour, who had come highly recommended by a tennis pal of Beth’s. They tasked the creative duo to transform the rundown residence into a cozy setting with a modern farmhouse-chic charm. “We’re country-ish kind of people, so we wanted a home that would fit our personalities really well,” Beth says. Because Beth and Kyle planned to keep the property for the long haul, they wanted a master suite that would be a tranquil oasis and act as an escape for when guests slept over. Relocating the first-floor master bedroom upstairs and removing the wall separating the new master from a guest room provided additional square footage for a walk-in closet and a luxurious en suite bathroom covered top-to-toe in shell stone.

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A peaceful master bedroom balcony overlooks verdant preserves.

The ceiling’s soaring effect was achieved by partially elevating the roof and building out the northern wall to accommodate a covered lanai overlooking the pool. For the overall design playbook, Jackie mixed rustic furnishings and accoutrements with hues and textures similar to those found at Yosemite, a national park she had recently visited that left a lasting impression. Touring the Asplundhs’ residence for the first time, she remembers, “I just couldn’t stop taking pictures of all the color combinations. When you look at the stone from the mountains then at the pebbles in the sand by the trees on their property, it’s almost visually overwhelming.” Jackie purposely kept the main rooms aesthetically neutral. In the master bedroom, low-profile furnishings, like a stump table and a pair of Lee Industry chairs, offer clear sightlines of the rural and soothing landscape. A handmade rug, one of many plucked from a prominent rug store Kyle’s late-sister-in-law had owned, warms the floor while honoring her memory. Additional floor coverings balance out the copious wood tones and weave in more color and texture. A custom, 8-foot-wide bed, similar to one the couple slept in during a trip to Montana, graces the western wall. From the horizontal perch, the couple can catch panoramas of the verdant preserves and local wildlife such as wild hogs that roam freely around the property. “There are all these beautiful oak trees you can see from the window,” Jackie says. “You almost feel like you’re in a treehouse.” Two guest bedrooms with a Jack-and-Jill bathroom hold court on the opposite end. A spiral staircase leads upstairs to a bonus room in the attic that Kyle’s nieces and nephews use as a private retreat while grown-ups have the rest of the house to spread out. A soothing palette of taupe, cream, gray, and white tones, coupled with wide-plank hardwood floors, ramp up ocular interest and unite the downstairs living spaces, which include a home office and a soundproofed entertainment room separated by a see-through, saltwater fish tank. Countrified embellishments anchor the living MARCH 2020

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room as does a wraparound bookshelf the designer conceived in a dark stain. Elegance and a nod to lodge life take center stage with heavy, stone-topped tables and comfortable leather chairs reminiscent of the traditional wing variety seated beneath a pecky cypress ceiling stained a soft taupe. Then there’s the mash-up of metals, like iron lamps and heavily textured couches covered in oatmeal Lee Joffa linen and embellished with nailheads the designer hammered herself. “When you look at the overall scale of the room, every detail helps make more sense of the space,” Jackie says. In the family room, a moose head wall accessory, which came with the property, offers silent assessment of everyone who enters. A bank of sliding glass doors opposite the taxidermy leads out to the sun-dappled patio. Ledge stone used to accent the base of the home’s exterior also covers a wall tricked up with an 85-inch flat screen television and a fireplace. Original cabinetry was refaced and accessorized with bright crocodile watercolors and vintage photos of Alligator Joe in Palm Beach. 60

The room’s oversized proportions at first proved a conundrum Jackie solved by creating two distinct seating areas. In front of the television, she positioned a large sectional—perfect for long game day afternoons or a quiet movie night—and placed a set of wingback loungers near the fireplace that guests could use for a fireside chat. Jackie didn’t fuss with the kitchen’s flow. Instead, she refinished the cabinetry in a creamy dove white hue, replaced the hardware, and flowed in an island, quartz countertops, and a subway tile backsplash. Situated between the kitchen and family room, a breakfast wing with windows on three sides pulls in beryl hues from the pond and native flora. Classic bamboo blinds were selected, in addition to an expansive table ideal for an impromptu brunch or savoring a second cup of coffee. In the dining room, dark paneling, similar to the deep hue in the living room, brings fresh contrast and an added layer of depth. Metal details, like open cage light fixtures and table railings, cue an industrial edge. A playful triptych with vibrant, outdoorsy

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ackie Armour launched her eponymous, Jupiter-based company, JMA Interior Design, in 1996. Since then, she’s designed some of the most eye-pleasing residences and yachts in the country and on the high seas. Here, she dishes on design trends, DIYs, and upping a room’s “wow factor.”

Her design style I like a lot of pattern and color and mixing antique and modern pieces. I don’t mind mixing metal colors, like brass and polished nickel. I think when you start to match things too much, though, it just becomes very staid and flat looking. Telling a home’s story through design I’ll bring in family memorabilia or heirlooms that have been passed down. If we don’t have that, we come up with our version. It requires getting in touch with what you’re really about, which is sometimes the hardest part—that deep dive. Home design shows: love or loathe They’re wonderful because they’ve opened up a new arena for people to understand interior design and what we do. The bad part is that, on television, they’re working with very unrealistic numbers and time frames. So, people think, “Wow, we can do all this stuff to our house,” when the reality is they really can’t because they have misinformation. Great design needn’t reflect your reality I had a client whose house had a very global feel and was heavily textured—no head mounts just tons of African textiles and some art. It looked like she’d been on an African safari when she had never even been to Africa before. Favorite (and least favorite) current trends Shiplap, I love. I wish the all-white kitchen would go away. We [designers] are so tired of them.

shades offsets the upholstery’s neutrality. The entire project, lengthened by add-on projects and some structural delays, took nearly two years to complete, but the Asplundhs just chalked it up to experience. When they weren’t tending to their other businesses (Kyle also owns Hydra Motor Works, a high-performance automotive shop in West Palm Beach and recently acquired a resort on South Bimini), the couple would stop by the work site regularly, whether for a meeting with their contractor, Frank Tricarico of Metz Construction, or simply to observe the work in progress. For Beth, who enjoys trolling real estate online and watching home design shows like Fixer Upper, the experience left her with plenty to contemplate. “I was really happy when it was done, but I learned a lot and I was like, ‘I kind of want to keep doing this!’ It was so much fun.” As for the taxidermy moose head, the couple’s keeping it. “He’s a great mascot with a friendly face,” Beth says, smiling. “And although he’s not native to Florida, he still represents our love for wildlife.”

The sign of a good interior designer In my world, if you’re not super organized and tech-savvy, you’re not going to thrive. If I’m on a job site and [in need of] a plumbing spec or a drawing, I can easily access it from the Dropbox app on my phone. Many people are still dealing with paper, so if they forget to bring something to the job, it’s time and money wasted for the homeowner. Simple ways to “wow up” a room Spray paint. I once had a client who didn’t have a big budget but wanted the house to look relevant. We took all the furniture outside and sprayed it white. The place looked amazing. They couldn’t believe it. DIY tip from the top Go to the grocery store and buy one of those flower bunches for $3.50. Get a small, square glass vase from a craft store, like Michaels. Cut the flowers short and put them in the vase with water and pebbles or sea glass at the bottom. It’s an instant floral arrangement for under $10 that looks professionally designed.

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SERENITY BY THE SEA RENOVATIONS BRING MODERN STYLE TO A TRADITIONAL SEASIDE MANSION By Jana Soeldner Danger Photography by Kim Sargent

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The homeowners, a businessman in the mortgage industry and his wife, are avid boaters and love the beach. They also enjoy golfing, so the oceanfront property in a community with a Jack Nicklaus course was a perfect fit. With four kids in college and friends who visit, the couple’s 10,000-square-foot home with three bedrooms and five baths, plus a separate guest house, has become a gathering spot. LIVING ROOM A bold graphic painting adds a splash of color to the living room’s muted color palette. Gray panels with white embroidery frame the windows, and a gray and blue wool area rug is soft underfoot. A baby grand piano near one of the glass doors creates a focal point, and a tête-à-tête takes the place of a typical sofa. “The living room is long and narrow, so I felt it was important to have a sofa that’s open from both back and front to create a more approachable look,” Kubli says. Seats of two side chairs with gracefully curved maple frames are

upholstered in tufted gray cotton with silver striations, while ice blue chenille on two wing chairs adds texture. Smokey stone crowns a cocktail table with a brass and stainless base. DINING ROOM In the dining room, walls gleam with blue LusterStone. “I used a different color to help define the dining room,” Kubli says. “I also wanted to give it more depth and shine.” A painting in the same style as the one in the living room, as well as similar embroidered window panels, create continuity. The maple table has pyramid corner detailing; suspended above is a chandelier of pillow-shaped fused glass, hand laid in a cobblestone effect. Curved chair backs upholstered in white leather contrast with dark lacquered legs. KITCHEN A stunning backsplash and countertops of blue and green quartzite slabs recall colors of the sea in the kitchen, while pure white cabinets create a clean, fresh look. Illuminating the island are pendants made with horizontal layers of Murano glass. “They’re not perfectly shaped, so they have an organic look, and they work together with the chandelier in the dining room,” Kubli says.

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FAMILY ROOM In the home’s former layout, the TV sat against the windows because it was the only location free from glare. To solve the problem of the screen interrupting the magnificent ocean view, motorized shades and furnishings were arranged in a more stylish configuration. A wall unit with a gray metallic finish adjacent to the windows now holds the TV and also provides storage. The unit, which floats above the floor and is illuminated from underneath, complements the rift-cut oak and iron cocktail table and gray leather sofas. Two side chairs upholstered in blue and gray chenille also have rift-cut oak frames. Between the chairs is a brass-based table with a quartzite top. A platinum and gray shag rug with textured variations grounds the furnishings. MASTER SUITE A 36-foot-high oculus with a circle of windows visible to the outside is a dramatic entry to the master suite. LED rope illumination around the perimeter of the existing wood-paneled ceiling adds further drama, and suspended from the center is a

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spiral-shaped chandelier finished with silver leaf and a cylinder of crystals sparkling within. “It’s very simple and contemporary but still dramatic,” Kubli says. Changing the shape of a wall with awkward angles in the master bedroom simplified the floor plan and opened the stunning ocean views. Shimmering white stacked quartzite clads a feature wall that houses a ribbon fireplace and a TV screen; the rest of the walls in the master suite are finished with white LusterStone. The designer removed the coffered ceiling, creating detail instead with rectangles of wood molding that surround a large circular crystal chandelier. A richly textured white, blue, and gray rug softens high-gloss walnut flooring. The bed’s head and footboards, curved to replicate the shape of ocean waves, have gray maple frames with eggshell leather insets. A white linen duvet and shams with gray embroidery dress the bed. Swivel chairs upholstered in blue chenille with silver threads and a gold leaf table with a mirrored top and bottom form a seating area.

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The master suite is complete with two separate baths. The husband prefers to have his clothes displayed openly, so Kubli designed a closet with no doors. A gray maple storage island is topped with dark gray Caesarstone; above it hangs a chandelier with a matte black finish and rough-cut crystals. In the wife’s bath, Kubli opened the views by replacing mullioned windows with sheets of clear glass. Floors in both areas are white marble; countertops are white Caesarstone. PATIO The designer paneled the loggia’s plain cement ceiling, as well as a cement bar, with cypress, but kept the bar’s shell stone top. In front of the pool, she replaced glass blocks with clear glass; bar stool cushions match the color of the water. “The owners love the changes,” Kubli says. “Their family and friends love them too, and that makes me happy. We brought today’s styling to a home that makes you feel like part of the sea.”

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EDUCATION GUIDE The following section presents helpful information provided by prominent private schools in Martin, Palm Beach, and Broward counties. All listings include a brief synopsis of the schools’ achievements, curriculum highlights, and many more important details all families look for when choosing the best school for their children. Segmented by the primary regions in South Florida, this section is designed to help you make informed decisions at a glance.

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THE BENJAMIN SCHOOL

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-Grades: PK3 - 12th -Denomination: Independent -Tuition Range: $11,800 - $31,550 -Students: 1,062 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 8:1 11000 Ellison Wilson Rd. North Palm Beach, FL 33408 561.472.3451 thebenjaminschool.org

At The Benjamin School, we see a multitude of talents in each child and join with parents to discover, nurture, apply and celebrate each student’s unique gifts. Beginning with our 3-year-old program and continuing through Upper School, we offer a wide range of possibilities for students across broad horizons. In addition to our strong academic program, the School encourages involvement in the visual, performing and creative arts and in a robust athletic program. Each year, 100% of our seniors are accepted into many of the nation’s most prestigious colleges and universities.

CARDINAL NEWMAN HIGH SCHOOL -Grades: 9th - 12th -Denomination: Catholic -Tuition Range: $15,000 - $16,000 -Students: 540 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 25:1 512 Spencer Drive West Palm Beach, FL 33409 561.683.6266 cardinalnewman.com

Established in 1961, CNHS is a coed college-prep Catholic high school attracting students of all faiths from Palm Beach and Martin Counties. Students may choose to challenge themselves in the International Baccalaureate Degree Program, Advanced Placement courses, Honors classes and College-Prep classes. Challenged to continue the winning CNHS tradition, athletes participate in 15 sports. Students are exposed to a sense of religious values and family life that guides their lives long after graduation. The school mission is to educate the whole person – mind, body and spirit.

CARDINAL GIBBONS HIGH SCHOOL -Grades: 9th - 12th -Denomination: Catholic -Tuition Range: $10,800 - $12,700 -Students: 1,200 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 17:1 2900 NE 47th Street Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308 954.491.2900 cghsfl.org

Established in 1961, Cardinal Gibbons has spent nearly 60 years building a reputation of excellence as a Roman Catholic, college preparatory school. Our 18-acre campus is located in the Coral Ridge residential area of Ft. Lauderdale and features modern academic and athletic facilities. Cardinal Gibbons has a diverse array of course offerings, allowing our students to pursue their academic interests at various levels, including Honors, Advanced Placement and Dual Enrollment. Thanks to our outstanding curriculum and faculty, our graduates are well prepared for college and attend some of the country’s most competitive colleges and universities.

JUPITER CHRISTIAN SCHOOL -Grades: PK2 - 12th -Denomination: Non-denominational -Tuition Range: $9,830-$14,415 -Students: 900 -Student-Teacher Ratio: Upper: 10:1, Lower: 8:1, East - PK2-1st: 6:1

With 57 years of excellence in education, Jupiter Christian School (PK2-12) provides a Christ-centered academic program delivered by 21st century educators in a safe and nurturing environment. A leader in early learning, the East Campus (PK2-1st) is located just 1 mile from the West Campus. Classrooms with small group interaction and differentiated learning allow students in the Lower School (2nd-6th grade) to excel, while the Upper School prepares them for their post-secondary pursuits academically, socially, and spiritually.

West Campus: 700 S. Delaware Blvd. • 561.746.7800 East Campus: 125 South Pennock Lane • 561.972.4521 jupiterchristian.org

EXPERIENCE THE MEYER PREP DIFFERENCE! Now accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year including our NEW Junior K Program! • 100% of Meyer Prep students are accepted into their first-choice high schools including: Suncoast, A.W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts, Oxbridge Academy, William T. Dwyer IB Programme, American Heritage, and The Pine School. • International Baccalaureate Middle School • Advanced Dual Curriculum, Individualized Learning and Personal Growth • 3 High-Tech Innovation Labs, where Students Learn Coding, Robotics, 3D Printing, Engineering and Design • Outstanding Performing Arts and Athletics

Inside and outside the classroom, we motivate, challenge and support each student to set and achieve individual goals.

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CARDINAL NEWMAN HIGH SCHOOL

BUILDING LIFE’S CHAMPIONS College Preparatory Classes offered including Honors, Advanced Placement, Dual Enrollment & International Baccalaureate Courses, 22 Championship Athletic Teams

MISSION To educate the whole person: spirit, mind, and body, and to help all students develop their God-given talents according to the gospel values of Jesus Christ. 512 Spencer Drive, West Palm Beach 33409 • cardinalnewman.com • 561.683.6266

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-Grades: Junior K - 8th -Denomination: Jewish -Tuition Range: $14,000 -$22,700 -Students: 120 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 6:1

-Grades: 9th - 12th -Denomination: Nonsectarian -Tuition Range: $34,800 -Students: 500 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 9:1

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Meyer Preparatory School is a state-of-the-art Junior Kindergarten through 8th Grade college preparatory and IB Jewish day school serving Greater Palm Beach. Combining academic rigor in general and Judaic Studies with top-notch arts and sports programming, Meyer Prep prepares students for lifelong achievement. Our school aims to use the Jewish ethos of hard work and study to produce graduates of the highest caliber, accepted to the most prestigious high schools and institutes of higher education.

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Oxbridge Academy fosters personal discovery through guided choice within a broad, deep and custom curriculum. Our expert faculty, of whom 77% have advanced degrees, are committed to help students build the skills and confidence they need to succeed at Oxbridge and beyond. 100% of graduates are accepted to colleges and universities, including the Ivy League schools. Signature programs include Aviation, Cambridge Scholars and Independent Field Research. Over 175 honors classes, honors seminars and electives are offered. A debate team, 22 varsity teams and 40+ clubs are available. Tuition package includes meals, textbooks, learning support services and college counseling services. Financial aid available.

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-Grades: PK2 - 9th -Denomination: Non-secular -Tuition Range: $13,940 - $33,530

-Grades: PreK - 8th -Denomination: Independent -Tuition Range: $23,960 to $32,330 -Students: 2,664 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 9:1

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-Students: 402 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 6:1 PK2 - 3rd: 1901 S. Flagler Dr. 4th - 9th: 241 Seaview Ave. 561.655.1188 pbday.org

Celebrating its 100th year in the ’20-’21 school year, Palm Beach Day Academy is a top-ranked, co-ed day school that expects and honors personal effort, genuine achievement, and thoughtful character from its students. PBDA prioritizes exceptional teaching in order to create a personalized path for each student. Teachers are committed to finding the proper balance of nurturing support and challenging academics for each student. 98% of PBDA graduates are accepted into their 1st choice secondary school. PBDA is located on two campuses 1.3 miles apart in Palm Beach and West Palm Beach.

True to tradition and inspired by innovation, Pine Crest School offers a research-based, challenging curriculum complemented by arts and athletics. We believe that building social and emotional competencies in a safe, secure, and inclusive learning environment is fundamental to our students’ success. Pine Crest classrooms foster creativity and innovation, giving students opportunities to practice ethical thought leadership and to become curious, adaptable learners. Our goal is to send our graduates out into the world leaders who know their strengths 2700 St. Andrews Boulevard as and who have the courage to challenge Boca Raton, FL, 33434 norms, break barriers, and move forward with confidence. #PCFutureReady 561.852.2800

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1501 NE 62nd Street Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334 954.492.4100 pinecrest.edu

True to tradition and inspired by innovation, Pine Crest School offers a research-based, challenging curriculum complemented by arts and athletics. We believe that building social and emotional competencies in a safe, secure, and inclusive learning environment is fundamental to our students’ success. Pine Crest classrooms foster creativity and innovation, giving students opportunities to practice ethical thought leadership and to become curious, adaptable learners. Our goal is to send our graduates out into the world as leaders who know their strengths and who have the courage to challenge norms, break barriers, and move forward with confidence. #PCFutureReady

-Grades: K - 12th -Denomination: Non-Denominational -Tuition Range: $15,400 - $24,500

(The Pine School’s generous Flexible Tuition Program makes this investment affordable for all families)

-Students: 360 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 8:1 12350 SE Federal Hwy. Hobe Sound, FL 33455 772.675.7005 thepineschool.org

The Pine School is a college preparatory, day school that serves students Kindergarten through Grade 12 on a beautiful 142-acre campus (the largest in Florida) in Hobe Sound. Highlights include students being selected for the prestigious Lemelson-MIT InvenTeam Grant (the only school in Florida), an award-winning Arts Program with students being selected as Best Visual Artist at the mARTies Awards and for national photography exhibits, a thriving K-5 program that focuses on creative problem solving, and Athletics with numerous teams competing at the Regional & State level. The Pine School also boasts Personalized Digital Portfolios to track growth and success – an excellent tool to complement our College Counseling Program that has seen 92% of our graduates receive acceptance to their top-choice college. The Pine School - “Education At Its Most Exceptional”

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ROSARIAN ACADEMY

-Grades: 6 weeks - 8th -Denomination: LCMS Lutheran -Tuition Range: $3,927 - $11,874 -Students: 256 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 18:1

-Grades: Early Childhood - 8th -Denomination: Catholic -Tuition Range: $9,947 - $19,025 -Students: 385 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 8:1

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Top ten reasons to become a RAM! 10. Sports teams for grades 4-8 and everyone plays. 9. Innovative technology. Google and Apple school. 8. K-8 Makerspace, Robotics and Coding programs. 7. Drama productions include every student. 6. Mission based and educational field trips. 5. Chapel services every week for students and their families. 4. Certified and experienced teachers with a passion for creative curriculum. 3. Fabulous preschool program for infants to VPK. 2. Emphasis on character and our community. 1. Preparing Christian leaders for today, tomorrow and years to come.

Offering an accelerated education, starting in our Early Childhood Montessori Program (12 months-5 years) and through the Lower School (K-4th) and Middle School (5th-8th), Rosarian Academy has been committed to educating the whole person for life for 95 years. We foster each student’s unique spiritual, physical, social, emotional, and intellectual needs at every developmental stage. Known for academic excellence, a welcoming faith-centered community, and small class sizes, Rosarian’s curriculum is enhanced with unsurpassed athletic and fine arts programs and meaningful service opportunities. STEM, coding, art, drama, 807 North Flagler Dr. Spanish, and music theory begin in kinderWest Palm Beach, FL 33401 garten. Bus service is offered throughout Palm Beach County. Conveniently located 561.345.3106 to downtown West Palm Beach. rosarian.org

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SPANISH RIVER CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

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-Grades: PreK3 - 8th -Denomination: Presbyterian -Tuition Range: $3,732 - $9,964 -Students: 525 -Student-Teacher Ratio: Low 2400 Yamato Road Boca Raton, FL 33431 561.994.5006 spanishriverchristianschool.com

Accredited by Christian Schools of Florida and Middle States Association; a ministry of Spanish River Church, educating the whole child, spiritually, academically and socially; challenging curriculum; state-of-the-art technology, 1:1 mobile devices in middle school, computer labs; competitive robotics; video productions; interscholastic sports; band, chorus, drama; character-building programs; after school enrichment. Gold Seal preschool program. We are enriching minds, engaging hearts and empowering leaders to impact the world for Christ.

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ST. MARK’S EPISCOPAL SCHOOL -Grades: PK2 - 8th -Denomination: Episcopal -Tuition Range: $5,778 - $17,787 -Students: 462 -Student-Teacher Ratio: 9:1

St. Mark’s offers a safe and welcoming community for children of all faiths. Educators cultivate the best in each child through nurture and challenge. Students are provided with a balanced exposure to enriched core academics as well as innovation in its new STEM SmartLab. Additionally, world languages, fine and performing arts, athletics, and service learning opportunities are an essential part of St. Mark’s program. A deep commitment to helping others, both in and out of school, and serving the wider community provides the cornerstone 3395 Burns Road for character development. A robust Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 after school program helps students build on their individual interests. 561.622.1504 Tours offered daily by appointment. stmarkspbg.org

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THE ORIGINAL MAURICE FATIO RESIDENCE One of the island’s greatest landmark residences, meticulously restored to absolute perfection. Wonderful scale in major rooms with a feeling of old world grandeur meeting present day living. Spectacular details can be found both in the main house and guest house at the private courtyard pool. Stunning ocean views, underground wine cellar, deeded beach rights. $22,950,000

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955 E. EVE STREET | DELRAY BEACH | $2,350,000 Stunning Estate on Deep Water | 5BR/6BA | 100’ Water Frontage

56 COLONY ROAD | JUPITER INLET COLONY | $1,875,000 Walk to Ocean & Jupiter Inlet | 3BR/3.5BA | New Gourmet Kitchen

111 VIA VERACRUZ | JUPITER | $899,900 Renovated Chef’s Kitchen | 5BR/4.5BA | New Heated Pool/Hot Tub

174 SAN REMO DRIVE | JUPITER | $750,000 Beautiful Designer Updates | 4BR/3BA+Den | Double Lot

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fter returning home from a long day of work or errands on Friday and Saturday nights, Laura and David Marquez would put together a charcuterie platter to share, open a good bottle of wine, and sit outside to talk. This relaxing routine later sparked the idea to open Vintage Wine and Charcuterie in Tequesta, which offers a homey place for guests to enjoy each other’s company. “It’s a second home to just grab a nice glass of wine, some appetizers, and enjoy yourself for a little while,” Laura says. Walking through Vintage, that “homey” feeling is immediate: Mismatched chairs and sofas fill the floor while eclectic art pieces dot the walls and tabletops. While David chose most of the art himself, some pieces were gifted to the couple from customers. “We’ve got a different vibe here,” David says. “You aren’t going to find another place like this anywhere.” The couple first met while working at the same restaurant. They then started their entrepreneurial business together

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with a food truck, Xtreme Risotto Fusion, seven years ago while living in Miami, and have since relocated to Palm Beach Gardens. “What we like in Tequesta is the support for the small businesses,” Laura says about their decision on where to open the brick-and-mortar location. “That’s something you don’t find in a lot of areas.” Inside, guests often pick their seats carefully after surveying the variety of cozy cushions.

“The ones who come constantly already know their spot,” Laura says. “New customers tend to wander around.” After picking the perfect perch, patrons can head to the bar to sample some wine. Eight wines are always available to try, with one being swapped for something new every week. Vintage is also stocked with Florida beers in cans and on draft, including selections from Tequesta Brewing Co., Funky Buddha Brewery, and Wynwood Brewing Company. Laura notes that most of the beers they provide come from breweries Prosciutto and arugala flatbread they’ve been to before and whose product they enjoy. When they opened, Laura and David didn’t want Vintage to be solely for those 18 or 21 years and older. “It’s just the three of us—my husband, my daughter, and me—so wherever we go, she goes,” Laura says. “We’re family, and this is a family place.” The couple stocks the wine bar with apple juice and a vintage Nintendo as well, so parents can enjoy themselves while their kids play. For a pre-dinner snack or peckish post-meal, patrons can partake in the second half of Vintage’s namesake: charcuterie. The cheese and meat selection at Vintage changes as the couple finds new varieties to try. Boards are built with two, four, or six meats and cheeses chosen by the guests. Each board also comes with jelly or a preserve, a small jar of honey, olives, and tiny toasts. While the wine and charcuterie are available every day Vintage is open, the best time to visit is on the weekend. Along with local musicians on Fridays and Saturdays, Laura and David also park their food truck outside Vintage’s window, allowing patrons to order small plates from their changing menu. Vintage Wine and Charcuterie isn’t a dinner stop, but for a relaxing evening of bites, drinks, Local musicians perform on Friday and good company, there’s no need to look farand Saturday nights. ther than the couch of your new second home.

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The biggest misconception about fighting in the UFC is: big muscles matter. We often equate size, strength, and muscle mass to dominance, which in fighting couldn’t be further from the truth. Technique, tactics, and speed are far more important. That and the belief that MMA is barbaric. To the untrained eye it may seem so, but the techniques are extremely complex. While it may look wild and spastic, the highest-level competitors in fighting are playing full-contact chess.

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The celebrities I was most surprised to learn were fans of mine are: Actress Laura Prepon (Orange is the New Black, That ’70s Show) watched me do stand-up comedy at the Laugh Factory in L.A. during a shoot for our reality TV show Dana White Lookin’ for a Fight. I was stoked she knew who I was from my fighting days. Also Herschel Walker, who was just as excited to meet me as I was to meet him. And I’d say the legendary actor Mickey Rourke, who I met at a fight in L.A. recently. He knew exactly who I was. I still can’t believe it.

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Something I learned about myself as I made the transition from professional fighter to professional coach was: I’m a much better coach than I was a fighter. Fighters today aren’t coached properly, but it was much worse back in my day. With a more wholesome training approach encompassing mind, body, and spirit, I would have become a world champion.

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Developing my craft in improv comedy and acting has provided me: a creative outlet to express my artistic prowess. As a fighter, I always considered myself an artist. When I retired from competition, I channeled that energy into theater and film. Fighters who come out of retirement to fight again often do so because they have nothing to fill that void in their soul.

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I hope people will realize my career, and more importantly, my life was truly all about: giving. As an entertainer, I try to give people a good time. As a coach, I try to give my fighters a career. As a human being, I give kindness and hope to everyone, hoping that they will do the same.

ABOUT THE COCKTAIL: The Don Julio Sandia 2 ripe watermelon chunks 0.5 oz Agave nectar 1.5 oz Don Julio Blanco tequila 1 oz Cocchi Americano 0.5 oz watermelon purée 0.5 oz lime juice Tap watermelon chunks with agave, combine all ingredients in a shaker with ice. Shake, strain. Garnish with a lime wheel and red marigold.

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respected and admired figures in the world of fighting. A three-time nominee for World MMA Awards Coach of the Year, Thomas has coached legendary fighters such as Amanda Nunes and Tyron Woodley to UFC world championship glory. A Brazilian jiujitsu black-belt master, he appeared on two seasons of the long-running reality television series The Ultimate Fighter before joining the cast of Dana White’s Lookin’ for a Fight in 2016. An accomplished actor and member of the Screen Actors Guild, Thomas has starred in numerous film and live theater productions, remaining active in the local theater scene of South Florida as a member of the Bananas Republic and Friends with Benefits improv comedy troupes. A true renaissance man of sport and the arts, he serves as co-host of the afternoon drive-time radio show Josh Cohen & The HomeTeam, airing weekdays from 3-5 p.m. throughout the Palm Beaches and Treasure Coast on ESPN 106.3FM and worldwide on the ESPN app. An avid reader, learner, and practitioner of meditation, Thomas splits his time between his residences in West Palm Beach and Port St Lucie.

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Savory NORTH PALM BEACH AquaZure Restaurant & Bar 1155 Main St., Ste. 120 Jupiter 561.429.5464 aquazurerestaurant.com Located in Downtown Abacoa, this American fusion restaurant features cuisine from many different cultures, and offers a full bar and outdoor lounge seating. Highlights include lobster guacamole to mango chili yellowtail snapper to grilled lamb chops.

Aaron’s Table & Wine Bar

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

Bluefire Grill

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

Blue Marlin Grille

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

Café Chardonnay

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

Carmines Coal Fired Pizza

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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.

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 wood-fired 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.

CG Burgers by Carmine

4575 Military Trail Jupiter 561.340.3940 CGBurgers.com With a casual rustic ambiance, they offers big, juicy, burgers, grilled to perfection, including the Wagyu Beef Burger, Fresh White Meat Turkey or Chicken Burger, Bison Burger or Vegetarian Burger and salad bar.

Christopher’s Kitchen

4783 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.318.6191 christopherskitchen fl.com More than just a great restaurant, this is a gathering place where the health conscious of South Florida can experience refreshing, creative and healthful cuisine in a warm and friendly setting. Experience an unrelenting passion for the finest living foods.

Coolinary Cafe

4650 Donald Ross Rd. Suite 110 Palm Beach Gardens

561.249.6760 coolinarycafe.com If you are looking for something a little exotic and different the Coolinary Cafe, a Tim Lipman restaurant, is cooking it up a notch or two and taking things to a new level. From rabbit tacos with fresh coriander to cinnamonchipotle-rubbed duck and carrot cake waffles for dessert this place is full of surprises.

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.

The Dive Bar

318 S. U.S. Hwy. 1 Jupiter 561.747.4767 divebarrestaurant.com Decompress at this unique restaurant, designed to provide you with an amazing dining experience as well as an education about Florida’s waters, complete with fish tanks. Fresh seafood, sushi, pastas.

Divino Ristorante Italiano

Oaktree Plaza 11585 U.S. Hwy. 1 N. #312 North Palm Beach 561.721.2250 divinopalmbeach.com divinoflorida@gmail.com Old World authenticity with dishes that raise the bar on flavor. Seafood, soups, salads and fresh pasta dishes, as well as ample varieties of poultry, veal and beef entrées. Our wine list boasts some of the finest wines from Italy and Napa.

Evo Authentic Italian Cuisine

150 N. U.S. Hwy. 1 Tequesta 561.745.2444 evoitalian.com Chef Erik uses only the freshest and finest quality ingredients available, including Italian imports such as extra virgin olive oil, San Marzano tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella, pasta, a variety of olives and aged Italian cheeses.

FireFin Grill

2401 PGA Blvd., Ste. 160

Sources Palm Beach Gardens 561.472.7900 firefingrill.com Located on the Marina in the Harbour Financial Center, this restaurant features award-winning sushi, fine-aged steaks and crafted cocktails.

Fresh Nation

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

Guanabanas

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

Hog Snappers 279 U.S. 1 | Tequesta 713 U.S. 1 | North Palm Beach 421 U.S. 1 | Stuart 800.335.HOGS hogsnappers.com Casual dining restaurant with an award-winning cuisine. With its fusion of Latin, Caribbean and Eastern Pacific flavors, the menu is as diverse as it is delicious.

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.

Jetty’s Waterfront Restaurant

1075 N. Highway A1A Jupiter 561.743.8166 jettysjupiter.com Location. Location. Location. Enjoy delicious seafood and stunning views overlooking the Jupiter Lighthouse.

Jumby Bay Island Grill

Downtown Abacoa 1203 Town Center Dr. #101 | Jupiter 561.630.2030 jumbybayisland grill.com In the heart of Downtown Abacoa, they are known for tropically-inspired dishes, generous cocktails, dog friendly patio and relaxed beach house feel, Jumby Bay has been rated “Excellent” by Zagat. Kids EAT FREE Monday and Tuesday with an adult entrée purchase.

La Masseria – Authentic Italian Cuisine

5520 PGA Boulevard Suite 104 Palm Beach Gardens 561.660.8272 lamasseriapbg.com Inspired by Puglia’s ancient farmhouses, La Masseria brings a taste of Italy from its original location in the heart of Manhattan to sunny South Florida.

Limoncello Ristorante

2000 PGA Blvd. Suite 3110 Palm Beach Gardens 561.622.7200 limoncellopbg.com Limoncello is an upscale Italian restaurant serving fresh pastas made in-house daily, meats, fish and seafood, and celebrated Italian classics. Extensive wine list from Italy and around the world.

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 Malted Barley

14121 U.S. Hwy. 1 Juno Beach 561.264.6258 themaltedbarley.com New hotspot in Juno Beach specializing in craft beer and baked-toorder gourmet pretzels. Foosball, video games, Monday night trivia, live entertainment and more round out the fun at this family-friendly, locally-owned restaurant.

The Parched Pig

4580 Donald Ross Rd. #100 | Palm Beach Gardens 561.360.3063 The watering hole coun-

terpart 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 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 reasonably priced lunches and dinners. Family-owned, great food in a relaxed atmosphere.

Pelican Club 1065 N. Hwy. A1A Jupiter 561.693.5063 lessings.com/corporate/weddings/venue/ pelican-club The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse takes center stage at this waterfront location boasting dockside vistas. Ideal for special events, Pelican Club also hosts a Sunday Best Brunch featuring a buffet breakfast, bottomless mimosas, eggs Benedict, made-to-order pancakes, smoothies stations, and more.

Prosecco Café

4580 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.622.3222 proseccocafe.com Contemporary sustainable cuisine with Mediterranean and Asian accents. Variety of entrees and tapas, fresh baked goods, salads, sandwiches and flat breads, creamy gelato, and a great selection of Prosecco, wine, and beer.

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Portobello Italian Ristorante

351 US Hwy. 1 Jupiter 561.748.3224 portobellojupiter.com Portobello is the kind of place that can be your home away from home. The smell of spices and authentic Italian cooking fill the air while the Portobello staff displays top notch hospitality and service to ensure you leave happy.

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.

Sailfish Marina Restaurant

98 Lake Drive Palm Beach Shores 561.842.8449 sailfishmarina.com/ restaurant Indulge in waterfront dining at its finest where fresh local seafood is served, from Abaco grouper and dolphin to Florida spiny lobster and stone crabs.

Saito’s Japanese Restaurant

700 S. Rosemary Ave. West Palm Beach 561.296.8881 4675 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.202.6888 A hibachi and sushi bar where meals are made right before your eyes. Serving lunch and dinner daily.

Salute Market

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

Seasons 52

11611 Ellison Wilson Road Palm Beach Gardens 561.625.5852 seasons52.com Experience the sensational flavors of a seasonally inspired menu, all containing fewer than 500 calories and an award-winning international wine list. Casual, sophisticated ambiance.

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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.

Spoto’s Oyster Bar & Bluepoint Lounge

4560 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.776.9448 131 SW Flagler Ave. Stuart | 772.220.7772 spotosoyster bar.com A unique blend of Caribbean, Asian and North American Cuisines, featuring Blue Point oysters, Littleneck clams from Cape Cod, Yellowfin Tuna, and Yellowtail Snapper.

Square Grouper

1111 Love St. Jupiter 561.575.0252 squaregrouper.net This local landmark is a little piece of paradise with wide-water views of the Jupiter Inlet and its famous lighthouse. Great place to come for drinks and a snack from its light menu while you watch the parade of boats go by.

III Forks Prime Steakhouse

4645 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.630.3660 3forks.com Sophisticated steakhouse with a club-like ambiance with an elegant bar & lounge. Serving only the top 2% of all prime beef and ocean-fresh seafood along with local favorites all with personal, professional service.

The River House 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 Florida red snapper to chicken Milanese and baby back ribs.

Tommy Bahama Restaurant, Bar & Store

126 Soundings Ave. Ste. 2 | Jupiter 561.406.6631 tommybahama.com/

Savory 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 cocktails, 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.

U-Tiki Beach

1095 N. Highway A1A Jupiter 561.406.2210 utikibeach.com Waterfront restaurant with a tropical sand beach, open-air restaurant, stage for entertainment, and fun bar areas for relaxing. Casual menu includes Caribbean seafood, lobster rolls, sushi rolls, steamed oysters and wings.

Vic & Angelos

PGA Commons 4520 PGA Blvd. Ste. 100 Palm Beach Gardens 844.842.2632 vicandangelos.com Serving scrumptious, rustic Italian cuisine in a warm and welcoming setting at PGA Commons. Standouts include crispy, thin-crust pizzas, house-made pasta, fresh fish and seafood, and enticing veal, chicken, and beef entrees.

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.

Atlantic Bar & Grill

Four Seasons Resort 2800 S. Ocean Blvd. 561.582.2800 fourseasons.com Enjoy refreshing tropical drinks and traditional poolside favorites from

Sources around the world at the ocean’s edge.

Avocado Grill

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125 Datura St. West Palm Beach 561.623.0822 avocadogrillwpb.com Small plates of seasonal, locavoredriven fare and a full raw bar. The menu includes house-made desserts and a sophisticated collection of wine, beer, and signature libations.

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Bar Louie

301 Australian Avenue Palm Beach 561.655.6060 thebraziliancourt.com/ cafe-boulud Featuring FrenchAmerican 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.

200 Clematis St. West Palm Beach 561.228.5220 barlouie.com Eclectic urban bar filled with nightlife photography and other local architectural touches. Famous for their handcrafted signature martinis, exceptional American fare and small plates, burgers and sandwiches.

Il Bellagio

600 S. Rosemary Ave. Ste. 170 West Palm Beach 561.659.6160 ilbellagiocity place.com Like dining in an authentic Italian “piazza.” Directly facing the spectacular City Place courtyard fountains, the restaurant serves authentic Italian cuisine in a casual, vibrant atmosphere.

Belle & Maxwell’s

3700 S. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561.832.4449 belleand maxwells.com This bistro cafe takes great pride in preparing its foods and proudly supports local farmers and businesses in town. The menu offers flat breads, pastas, chicken and a wide variety of salads and desserts.

Bice Ristorante

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

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 craft brews, a nightly Tapas Hour,

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.

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Café Des Beaux-Arts

Flagler Museum 1 Whitehall Way Palm Beach 561.655.2833 flaglermuseum.us Located in the beautiful Flagler Kenan Pavilion and featuring an array of delicacies and refreshments like gourmet tea sandwiches, traditional scones, and sweets complemented by the Flagler Museum’s own Whitehall Special Blend™ tea, and served on exquisite Whitehall Collection™ china.

Café L’Europe

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

Café Sapori

205 Southern Blvd. West Palm Beach 561.805.7313 cafesapori.com Café Sapori offers an assortment of flavors from Northern and Southern Italy in an upbeat and elegant ambiance. Experience traditional and modern cuisine in the courtyard “al fresco” or for a romantic evening under the stars.

City Cellar Wine Bar & Grill

700 S. Rosemary Ave. Ste. 218 West Palm Beach 561.366.0071

citycellarwpb.com City Cellar offers multi-ethnic dishes from pizza and pasta to steak and sea bass, served in an urban setting surrounded by a magnificent glass enclosed awardwinning 10,000-bottle wine collection.

Echo Palm Beach

230A Sunrise Ave. Palm Beach 561.802.4222 echopalmbeach.com Rich, sleek, seductive and irresistible... this Asian-inspired restaurant is calling your name.

The Flagler Steakhouse

2 S. County Road Palm Beach 561.659.8488 thebreakers.com Located at The Breakers Hotel, the Flagler Steakhouse offers mouth-watering, hand-cut, aged prime steaks in a unique setting with panoramic views of the fairway.

HMF At The Breakers

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

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1 S. County Road Palm Beach 561.659.8488 thebreakers.com Located at The Breakers Hotel, enjoy home-style cooking in a warm and relaxed atmosphere. They offer aromatic pizzas baked in brick ovens as well as a variety of fresh salads, homemade pastas and other classic dishes.

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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.

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Morton’s The Steakhouse

777 S. Flagler Drive West Palm Beach 561.835.9664 mortons.com/ palmbeach Morton’s is an upscale steakhouse that also offers an extensive seafood menu. Highlights include the porterhouse steak, Cajun rib eye scallops, crab cakes, and the seafood mac and cheese.

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.

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.

Pistache

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

Rhythm Café 3800 S. Dixie Hwy. Ste. A West Palm Beach 561.833.3406 rhythmcafe.cc Located in a converted 1950s drugstore, Rhythm Café has been treating the fabulous people of West Palm Beach to the finest creative home-style cuisine since 1988.

Ruth’s Chris Steak House

651 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach 561.514.3544 661 U.S. Highway 1 North Palm Beach 561.863.0660 ruthschris.com Visit Ruth’s Chris Steak House for the finest cuts of USDA Prime beef served sizzling on 500-degree plates, award-winning wines and an unforgettable night.

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.

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Ta-Boo

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.

Palm Beach since 1921. Dine on traditional American food with a great selection of seafood in an old Florida atmosphere.

Trevini Ristorante

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

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

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Your guide to upcoming, must-attend philanthropy events MARCH 4 Jupiter Medical Center Foundation’s Women’s Health and Wellness Conference; 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.; The Pelican Club; $250; jmcfoundation.org MARCH 6-7 Festival of Fire; 5-7 p.m. Palm Beach International Raceway; ticket prices vary; tickets. thefoat.com MARCH 6 Hope Bash; 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.; The Breakers; $500; placeofhope.com MARCH 7 Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Palm Beach Ladies Easter Tea; 2:30 p.m.; The Chesterfield Hotel; $100; catholiccharitiespdb.org MARCH 7 Naturescaping: An Outdoor Festival; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; free; John D. MacArthur Beach State Park; floridastateparks.org MARCH 7 Wine Night at Doris Italian Market & Bakery; 8:30-10:30 p.m.; Doris Italian Market & Bakery; $24.95; dorismarket.com

MARCH 8 Neil S. Hirsch Family Boys & Girls Club of Wellington Great Futures Polo Day; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Grand Champions Polo Club; $1,000; bgcpbc.org MARCH 10 KidSanctuary Campus’ 1000 Wishes Luncheon & Runway Fashion Show; 11 a.m.; The Mar-a-Lago Club; $250; kidsanctuarycampus.org MARCH 11 Chefs Helping Heroes Fundraiser; 6-11 p.m.; Renewal Coalition; allevents.in MARCH 11 Loxahatchee River Historical Society’s Lighthouse Luminary Luncheon; noon to 2 p.m.; Pelican Club; tickets from $125; jupiterlight house.org

MARCH 12 Alpert Jewish Family Service’s The Road to Resilience—Mental Health and Addiction Luncheon; 11:30 a.m.; Wycliffe Country Club; $118; alpertjfs.org MARCH 13 Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery & School of Art’s Plein Air Festival Collectors’ Party; 5-9 p.m.; Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery; $50; lighthouse arts.org MARCH 14 Big Dog Ranch Rescue Foundation’s Women & Shoes; 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.; The Mar-a-Lago Club; tickets from $400; bdrr.org MARCH 14 Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center ArtFest by the Sea; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.;

March 7 Guests of Doris Italian Market & Bakery can enjoy samples of wines from around the world.

Loggerhead Marinelife Center; free; artfestival.com

Wanderers Club; tickets from $50; brookeusa. box.com

MARCH 14 The Benjamin School Bash Gala; 6 p.m.; The Pelican Club; $350; thebenjaminschool.org

MARCH 21 Junior Achievement of the Palm Beaches & Treasure Coast’s Hall of Fame Gala; 6-10 p.m.; Kravis Center; $250; juniorachievement.com

MARCH 14 Caring Children Clothing Children’s Urban Youth Impact’s Impact Gala; 6 p.m.; Sailfish Club of Florida on Palm Beach; $200; urbanyouthimpact.com MARCH 14 Concert in the Court with The Roaring Kelly Band; 6-9 p.m.; Downtown Palm Beach Gardens; free; downtownpbg.com MARCH 14 Kravis Center Gala; 5:30 p.m.; Kravis Center; $1,250; kravis.org MARCH 19-20 Cancer Alliance of Help & Hope’s Golf Tournament; 5:30 p.m.; The Preserve at Ironhorse Country Club; $50/cocktail reception and silent auction; $1,200/foursome; cahh.org MARCH 20 Brooke USA’s Sunset Polo & White Party; 5:30-11 p.m.; The

MARCH 21 Jupiter History Trolley Tour; 10 a.m to 1:30 p.m.; Jupiter Lighthouse and Museum; $25; jupiterlighthouse.org MARCH 21 Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s TurtleFest; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Loggerhead Marinelife Center; free; marinelife.org MARCH 27 Concert in the Court with Mark Telesca Band; 6-9 p.m.; Downtown Palm Beach Gardens; free; downtownpbg.com MARCH 28 The Hope Center for Autism’s Sporting Clays’ ‘The Rabbit’s Revenge’; 7:30 a.m.; OK Corral Gun Club; $200; hopecenterforautism.org

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

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JOHN LLOYD YOUNG BENEFIT CONCERT THE CAUSE: Maltz Jupiter Theatre raised more than $225,000 during an exclusive benefit concert starring John Lloyd Young. The audience experienced classic hits from the ’50s and ’60s in the acoustic style of rock and roll, doo-wop, and R&B. PHOTOS BY TRACEY BENSON PHOTOGRAPHY 3

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Good Deeds Day Sunday, March 29, 2020

Service projects throughout the community for international day of volunteerism.

Homebound Mitzvah Program for Passover March 30 – April 7, 2020 Packing and delivery of meals and holiday items for local homebound seniors.

Literacy Program and Reading Express Opportunities throughout 2020 Volunteering to read with children at local schools.

Contact the Jewish Volunteer Center at 561.242.6653 or visit jewishvolunteer.org to learn more.

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Combating BDS: Training with Israel Action Network Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Full day training for standing up to antisemitic and anti-Israel activity. Contact the Jewish Community Relations Council at 561.242.6686 to learn more.

israel connections Partnership2Gether 25th Anniversary Celebration Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Mandel JCC, Palm Beach Gardens Community-wide celebration of the Palm Beaches’ 25 year partnership with Israel’s TZAHAR region (Tzfat, Hatzor HaGlilit and Rosh Pina).

IsraelDays: Community Events Holocaust Remembrance Day, Israel Memorial Day and Israel Independence Day

April 2020

Discussions, ceremonies and celebrations throughout the community. Contact the Israel Program Center at 561.209.2611 to learn more.

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Family Programs and Events Events throughout 2020

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Melton School for Adult Jewish Learning Courses throughout the year Learn more at jewishpalmbeach.org/melton

Contact the Friedman Commission for Jewish Education (CJE) at 561.640.0700

Visit jewishpalmbeach.org/upcoming for more opportunities, or contact us at info@jewishpalmbeach.org or 561.478.0700.

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For information on Tables, Sponsorships, and tickets, please contact Lori Elsbree at lori.elsbree@bdrr.org or call 561-651-9147.

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JUPITER MEDICAL CENTER FOUNDATION TOASTS THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY

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THE CAUSE: Jupiter Medical Center Foundation celebrated its Business and Planned Giving Advisory Councils with a toast at The Capital Grille in Palm Beach Gardens. The event honored organizations in the community that support the Foundation's efforts to expand world-class health care in the region. PHOTOS BY KRYSTAL ZASKEY PHOTOGRAPHY

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1. Kathy Kirby, Danette Gossett and Ken Kirby 2. Jennifer Amarnick and Mark Parthemer 3. Bobby Watson, Sarah and Brian Kennedy, and Domenic Macri 4. Liv Vesely, Dawn Nichols, and Laura Barker 5. Greg Downs, Domenic Macri, and Daryn Kirchfield

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CINCORO TEQUILA SOUTH FLORIDA LAUNCH THE CAUSE: Michael Jordan joined guests during the South Florida launch of Cincoro Tequila at 1000 NORTH. Attendees learned about the tequila-creating process and got to taste all of Cincoro Tequila’s varieties: Blanco, Reposado, Añejo, and Extra Añejo.

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PHOTOS BY TRACEY BENSON PHOTOGRAPHY 4

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1. Derek Crawford, Dacia Thomas, and Martha and Rob Defores 2. Brent Anderson, Tucker Frederickson, and Chung Wong 3. Michael and Yvette Jordan with Sherrye and Ira Fenton 4. Daryn Pingleton, Tamra FitzGerald, and Chris Knap 5. Tony Askew, Greg Savage, and Bjarne Borg

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E V E N T SPONSORSHIPS AVA I L A B L E !

JOIN US TO CELEBRATE THE BRAVE YOUNG WARRIORS WHO BATTLE LIFE-THREATENING ILLNESSES EVERY DAY. WHERE & WHEN

Wednesday, April 1st, 2020 The Country Club at Mirasol 11:00am to 2:00pm

ENJOY

CHAMPAGNE RECEPTION • SILENT AUCTION AND RAFFLE • LUNCHEON • YOUNG WARRIORS FASHION SHOW MEET-AND-GREET WITH THE YOUNG WARRIORS

TICKETS

$125 each or a table of 10 for $1,000 Please RSVP by March 13th For more info: Contact Lori Griffith at 561-315-7005 or visit chasinadream.org Chasin A Dream Foundation was founded in 2017 to assist local (Palm Beach and Martin County) families with children battling cancer, cystic fibrosis, heart disease, and other life-threatening illnesses.

WRAL 2020- Full page ad. Trim: 8.25” x 10.875”. Bleed: 8.75” x 11.375”

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A proud “Be Brave” sponsor

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THE EVENT:

THE TEDDY BEAR BRUNCH

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THE CAUSE: Children received a keepsake Cooper bear as they arrived with their parents to The Teddy Bear Brunch at The Cooper. Those attending brought a toy to be donated to foster children served by Place of Hope. Guests enjoyed pancakes and French toast while kids also took part in crafts, face painting, and cupcake decorating. PHOTOS BY THE COOPER 4

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1. Margery Berkman and Luke 2. Kristy, Scarlet, and Ruby Roman 3. Nika Wolfs, Jessica McCarten, Kimberly McCarten, and Lilly Bedard 4. Finn, Regan, and Declan Tarpey 5. Adam Brown, Rich Rosenthal, and Will Penenori

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WOMEN IN SCIENCE EDUCATION INITIATIVE KICK-OFF EVENT THE CAUSE: More than 100 guests attended the launch of Scripps Research’s Women in Science Education (WISE) initiative. The program is designed to encourage more women to pursue science education and careers by enabling a permanent student endowment at its Skaggs Graduate School of Chemical and Biological Sciences.

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1. Chelsea Reed, Michele Jacobs, Barbara McQuinn, and Karen Marcus 2. Evelyn Higgins and Patti Travis 3. Laura Bohn, Christoph Rader, Rebecca Goydel, and Douglas Bingham 4. Samantha Meyer, Luisa Mori, Alicia Angelbello, Michalina Janiszewska, Mia Huang, and Tesia Stephenson 5. Linda and Steve Epstein, and Mimi Bergel

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LICKSTEIN PLASTIC SURGERY COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM SUPPORTS LOCAL CHARITIES AND NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS CLOSE TO OUR PATIENTS' HEARTS . This year we proudly supported The Alzheimer’s Association • Hounds and Heroes • Impact the Palm Beaches • Jewish Adoption and Foster Care Options • Jupiter Medical Center Foundation • The Lord’s Place • Nicklaus Children’s Hospital • Place of Hope • Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure • William T. Dwyer High School.

World Class Care in the Welcoming Atmosphere You Deserve. Call for your appointment today! 5 61-571-4000

DAVID A. LICKSTEIN, MD FACS DIPLOMATE, AMERICAN BOARD OF PLASTIC SURGERY

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Jupiter, FL • (561) 747-4449

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Jupiter Mag. Feb 2020 back cover - Admiral

45mm, 18kt rose gold and titanium hours & minutes, seconds, date pennant markers corum-watches.com

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