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JUPITER

NOVEMBER 2019 Vol. 19/Number 9 $3.95

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North Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Juno Beach, Jupiter, Jupiter Island

THROUGH THE LENS

WORK OF ART Luxury fashion takes

over the Norton Museum GILDED AGE ESTATE Inside the home of Henry Flagler

LOCAL PHOTOGRAPHERS CAPTURE OUR SLICE OF PARADISE


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

The Waterfront Advantage The last word that could ever be used to describe Waterfront Properties is ordinary. At Waterfront’s marketing headquarters, a diligent and enthusiastic staff works hand-in-hand with real estate agents. Together, they collaborate to expertly market their sellers’ properties and reach buyers all over the world. Don’t assume this is the norm in every real estate office. David Abernathy, Business Manager at Waterfront, says “my colleagues at other brokerages are envious of Waterfront’s 20+ person marketing team because we don’t need to outsource key marketing projects.” The company’s dedicated marketing budget provides the marketing team with the most up-to-date marketing technology, equipment and strategies. How? Here is a glimpse behind the scenes…

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

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

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

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

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CONTENTS

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departments 14 PUBLISHER’S LETTER

Words from Donna Lewis

16 GUIDE TO NOVEMBER

The most anticipated fall happenings

20 BEAUTY

Protect your skin with must-buy SPF products

22 STYLE FILE

Stand out with purple modish outfit ensembles

24 JEWELRY

Shop botanical-themed jewelry pieces

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26 BOUTIQUE BUZZ

Beach-inspired apparel and accessories await at South Moon Under

50 NOMAD’S NOTEBOOK

Hit the slopes at Beaver Creek in Colorado

113 SPOTLIGHT

Indulge in traditional Vietnamese street food at Inch & Ounces in West Palm Beach

114 COCKTAIL HOUR Meet multimedia journalist Jason Pugh over drinks with Josh Cohen

121 SOCIAL CALENDAR Must-attend events

122 SCENE + HEARD

Were you at the hottest events this season?

profiles 30 MULTIMEDIA MAVEN Get to know journalist Jana Angel.

32 ECO-FRIENDLY ENTREPRENEURS Husband-wife duo Stephen and Elana Smith make sustainable living easier for Jupiter residents at One World Zero Waste.

features 36 NEW DIGS

Jaime Blomquist creates a fresh redesign for an Admirals Cove property.

54 PARADISE FOUND

Tour Palm Beach County through the cameras of local photographers.

68 HISTORIC HAPPENINGS

Immerse yourself in the Flagler Museum’s backstory.

88 CREATIVE MUSE

High-fashion meets multimillion dollar renovations at the Norton Museum of Art.

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ON THE COVER Photo by Ian Jacob

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WOMEN’S HEALTH & WELLNESS CONFERENCE

SAVE THE DATE

WED N ES DAY MARCH 4, 2020 Join us for the 3rd Annual Women’s Health & Wellness Conference at the Pelican Club in Jupiter, as the area’s top physicians and specialists from Jupiter Medical Center share the latest in women’s wellness and address your questions on a variety of health-related issues. Keynote Speaker Award-winning writer and world-renowned speaker Barbara Hannah Grufferman – a leading voice for positive aging and living a better, longer, healthier life.

For more information, sponsorship opportunities or to register, visit jmcfoundation.org/events


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PUBLISHER’S LETTER | D O N N A L E W I S

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hose who have lived here for a while, or were born in the area, may take South Florida’s natural beauty for granted. Those who capture that beauty and essence on camera for a living remind us of just how fortunate we are. I’ve spoken to many people who have traveled the world, and they still love the Palm Beaches the best. That’s certainly a testament to our surroundings—our precious oceans and waterways; our coveted beaches; our piers and famous lighthouse; our wildlife; our phenomenal cultural amenities; and our unparalleled way of life. Through the lenses of local photographers, we bring you “Portraits of Paradise” on page 54, freezing little slices of life that all add up to one thing—paradise. Whether by professional camera, drone, or simply an iPhone, Palm Beach County offers no shortage of amazing content for professionals and novices alike. We can thank “The Father of Palm Beach” for that. American industrialist, railroad tycoon and visionary Henry Morrison Flagler turned a wilderness of coconut trees into paradise as we know it. No single person was as important to the development of modern Florida as Henry Flagler, whose famous Whitehall estate in Palm Beach still stands as a testament to his contributions. Built in 1902 as a wedding gift to his third wife, Mary Lily, 38 years his junior, the 75room Gilded Age mansion is well-preserved and offers more than 100,000 guests from around the world a glimpse into this bygone era as The Flagler Museum. Treat yourself to a tour as they celebrate their 60th anniversary, and peek behind the scenes in “Inside the Walls of Whitehall” on page 68. The Norton Museum of Art celebrates the most comprehensive expansion in its 78-year history with new galleries, exhibits, programs, gardens and a restaurant, and it provides the perfect backdrop for our couture fashion shoot. For a more comprehensive directory of Palm Beach County’s cultural amenities, check out our Arts & Entertainment Guide, sponsored by the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, and discover why eight million visitors a year call Palm Beach County a cultural paradise.

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GRAY MALIN PALM BEACH Fine art photographer and author Gray Malin has released exclusive Palm Beach prints available as of Oct. 29. Inspired by The Breakers, the photos showcase the beauty of timeless properties that make Palm Beach a destination like no other. (Prices vary; graymalin.com)

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On Nov. 2, head to marker No. 27 at Jupiter Off-Leash Dog Beach for the 2019 Jupiter Golden Jubilee, a celebration to bring awareness to the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study. Meet at the beach in the morning, then make your way to Pucci and Catana at Harbourside Place for a raffle, wine tasting and refreshments, as well as a golden retriever parade that afternoon. (Free; jupitergoldenjubilee.com)

HOLIDAY TREE LIGHTING Join Santa and Mrs. Claus on Nov. 30 at Downtown at the Gardens’ winter wonderland for its annual tree lighting. Celebrate the holidays with crafts; snacks; letters to Santa; a light show featuring thousands of lights synchronized to classic holiday songs; and more at this free, family-friendly event. (Free; downtownatthegardens.com)

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FEAST OF LITTLE ITALY Pretend you’re perusing the streets of Rome during Feast of Little Italy, a three-day family Italian street festival in Downtown Abacoa. From Nov. 1 to 3, enjoy authentic cuisine, festival games, free wine, cooking demonstrations and entertainment. (Ticket prices vary; feastoflittleitaly.com)

Experience the history and design of more than a dozen classic automobiles at “Sculpture in Motion: The Art of Pre- and Post-War Automobiles.” The third annual event will take place on Nov. 16 at Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens. (Ticket prices vary; ansg.org)

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On Nov. 7, get to know Nadine Asin, the principal flutist of the Palm Beach Symphony as part of its “Meet the Artist” series. The series consists of one-hour conversations to learn more about various local musicians, from their backgrounds to their inspirations. ($50; palmbeachsymphony.org)

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LAGOONFEST

Celebrate Lake Worth Lagoon at LagoonFest on Nov. 2 at the West Palm Beach Waterfront. Immerse yourself in all things nature, from wildlife presentations to paddleboard yoga to kayak clean-up tours. (Free; thepalmbeaches.com/ top-event/lagoonfest)

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Gourmet Thanksgiving Dinners In Palm Beach County Anyone who’s ever hosted a Thanksgiving dinner knows it begins days before the morning of, and the hours of cooking and baking that follow are no easy feat. If you want a break from the kitchen this year, Palm Beach County has a plethora of restaurants offering delicious Thanksgiving dinners. Avocado Grill is one place offering a dish for every palate. Its three-course special Thanksgiving menu starts with an appetizer, such as stuffed crispy zucchini blossoms, curried cauliflower, or roasted pumpkin soup. For the second course, indulge in a traditional turkey dinner with all the fixings, or choose from dishes like grilled hangar steak or yellowtail snapper. End your meal on a sweet note with homemade pecan pie or any option from the full dessert menu. For the full list of restaurants, visit jupitermag.com.

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3550 South Ocean Palm Beach’s first new oceanfront development in a decade is complete. Each home in the seven-story building features private balconies; direct elevator access; views of the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway; and spacious layouts ranging from 2,600 to 3,600 square feet and larger.

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Life Time Fitness The national healthy lifestyle brand officially broke ground at Downtown at the Gardens. With almost 120,000 square feet of elite amenities and programs, plus a first-of-its-kind rooftop beach club, the high-end athletic lifestyle resort is expected to open in 2021.

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Brazilian Court Hotel The boutique hotel’s refresh is the first since its 2008 renovations. Redesigned guest rooms are a playful take on sophistication, including green velvet headboards and sofas; white linens; and black and white photography.

MIRACLE HOLIDAY COCKTAIL POP-UP BAR From Nov. 25 through Dec. 31, the Christmas-themed pop-up bar will be back at both Rosemary Square in West Palm Beach and Death or Glory Bar in Delray Beach. Enjoy a festive menu of holiday-themed dishes and libations, vintage Christmas decorations, classic Christmas carols and more. Signature cocktails like the Christmapolitan (vodka, elderflower, dry vermouth, spiced cranberry sauce, lime, rosemary and an absinthe mist) are guaranteed to get even the Grinch in a festive mood. Read more at jupitermag.com.

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Kravis Center Enjoy 12 fan-favorite, dynamic and diverse shows throughout November for the Kravis Center’s 28th season. Some presentations include “Fiddler on the Roof” and “The Simon & Garfunkel Story.”

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The Parched Pig The Palm Beach Gardens bar is rolling out a new cocktail program featuring three smoked drinks prepared tableside. Guests will get a front-row seat to see how their crafty concoctions are created.

Submit A Profile For Consideration Do you know someone worthy of recognition? We’re looking for local professionals to spotlight in an upcoming issue.

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Send the nominee to managing editor Melissa Puppo: melissa@gulfstreammediagroup.com. Make sure to include the person’s name, contact information and details on why he or she should be featured.

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Dr. Bonnie Marting, DNP, APRN and Director of Medical Aesthetics at Anushka Cosmedical Centre in West Palm Beach weighs in on sunscreens, ultraviolet rays and the only “healthy” suntan.

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As their name suggests, chemical sunscreens are made with chemicals that dissolve into the skin and can trickle into the bloodstream. Mineral sunscreens, on the other hand, sit on top of the skin and use ingredients like zinc oxide and titanium dioxide to repel UV radiation.

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iving in a sun-powered playground like South Florida touts many rewards, like a healthier immune system and heightened levels of happiness. Damaging ultraviolet rays, unfortunately, can wreak havoc on our delicate dermises. Safeguard skin from spots, wrinkles and, heaven forbid, harmful malignancies with SPFinfused products that mix in extra benefits, like smoother skin. Here are six to try.

RAYS OF LIGHT: UVA and UVB are ultraviolet rays, and both are bad. UVB causes more burns and epidermal injury, while UVA degrades collagen and is more responsible for wrinkles and actinic keratosis. UVB rays are strongest between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., so double your protection with sunscreen, protective clothing and a wide-brimmed hat.

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advertising, tans have gotten a reputation for being “healthy.” The bad news is that any color change, even a base tan, is not safe and reflects damage already done. The safest tan is out of a bottle and never in a tanning bed. Marting praises Jergens Natural Glow, a self-tanner that builds gradually and moisturizes skin with Vitamin E and antioxidants.

SPF 101: When choosing sun protection, pick products with an SPF of 30 or higher. The FDA doesn’t give much credence to SPF levels over 50, so don’t go crazy looking for SPF 100. Sunscreens are neither waterproof nor sweatproof and can be rubbed off easily with a towel, so reapply them every 80 to 90 minutes or after a dip in the pool.

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1. Crafted from organic ingredients like rosemary oil and aloe leaf extract, Ilia Radiant Translucent Powder SPF 20 (shown in Moondance) has earned a hallowed spot with makeup artists who love its “lit-from-within” glow and translucent finish. $34; iliabeauty.com 2. Packed with sunscreen and hydrating essentials like avocado oil, Fresh Sugar Sport Treatment Sunscreen SPF 30 protects the entire face from UVA and UVB rays, and sports a citrusy scent. $25; neimanmarcus.com 3. Recommended by Dr. Marting, Tizo 3 Tinted Facial Mineral Sunscreen SPF 40 contains dimethicone, a silicone oil that locks in moisture and leaves behind a smooth, beautiful finish. $41.99; amazon.com 4. Formulated for every skin type, EltaMD UV Clear Broad-Spectrum SPF 46 is packed with powerhouse ingredients like hyaluronic and lactic acids and can be worn alone or under foundation. $35; dermstore.com 5. Few foundations bring it like Clé de Peau Beauté UV Protective Cream Tinted Broad Spectrum SPF 50+. This superhero of hybrids moisturizes and re-texturizes skin while defending it against UV rays and pollution. $85; neimanmarcus.com 6. Streak-, scent- and transfer-free, Supergoop! Healthy Glow Sunless Tan SPF 40 delivers a Tahitian-inspired tan too realistic to be faux. $38; supergoop.com

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F I L E CYNTHIA ROWLEY daphne silk wool flare dress; $445; available at Cynthia Rowley at The Royal Poinciana Plaza; cynthiarowley.com

DANIELLA KRONFLE passeggiata earrings in amethyst; $5,500; available at daniellakronfle.com

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REBECCA TAYLOR tailored mixed silk jacquard top in lavender; $295; available at rebeccataylor.com

RACHEL ZOE susanna one shoulder ruffled maxi gown; $595; available at netaporter.com

GUCCI lilac leather skirt; $2,800; available at netaporter.com

SAM EDELMAN ayla pointed toe heel in lavender haze leather; $120; available at samedelman.com

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J E W E L R Y

FAN MAN Michael Aram butterfly ginkgo lariat necklace with chalcedony and diamonds set in 18-karat yellow gold; $5,950; available at Neiman Marcus on Worth Avenue and Town Center at Boca Raton; neimanmarcus.com

CIRCLE OF FRONDS Sydney Evan monstera leaf eternity ring with diamonds set in 14-karat yellow gold; $1,630; available at Neiman Marcus on Worth Avenue and Town Center at Boca Raton; neimanmarcus.com

BOTANICAL BIJOU Embrace delicate, leafy motifs and frond-inspired silhouettes that salute the advent of autumn.

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FANCY PANTS Oscar Heyman brooch with nephrites and white and fancy diamonds set in platinum with 18-karat yellow gold; $33,000; available at Hamilton Jewelers on Worth Avenue and The Gardens Mall; hamiltonjewelers.com

Anita Ko medium leaf ring with diamonds set in 18-karat yellow gold; $6,825; available at Saks Fifth Avenue on Worth Avenue, The Gardens Mall and Town Center at Boca Raton; saksfifthavenue.com

SNOW QUEEN Tiffany & Co. 2018 Tiffany Blue Book Collection bracelet with sapphires, tanzanites and diamonds set in platinum; $205,000; available at Tiffany & Co. on Worth Avenue; tiffany.com

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outh Moon Under comes to South Florida from the laidback shores of Ocean City, Maryland. Run by husband-andwife team Michael, CEO, and Patricia Smith, chief creative officer—also the co-founders of White House Black Market—South Moon Under is a line of small boutiques that carry a curated blend of branded and private-label apparel and products. The Gardens Mall location, opened in May, is the first Florida store. “We love Florida, and because we have our roots based at the beach, we knew it would be a natural fit,” Patricia says. “We’re known for our relaxed boho style, so with our assortment of free-spirited and casual brands, we knew expansion into Florida would be a perfect fit for the Floridian customer and their lifestyle.” Launched as a men’s surf shop in the summer of 1968, South Moon Under soon grew into a bohemian beach store to include women and has since evolved into an upscale, contemporary shopping destination with 32

brick-and-mortar locations spread throughout the East Coast. “Women come to us for dresses, sweaters, and everything from beachwear to loungewear, from casual workwear to dinner and datenight attire,” Patricia says. “Our clothes are easy to wear, stylish and versatile.” The store is also unique in that it carries an assortment of swimwear year-round, both online and in stores. Recently, the boutique’s best-selling styles have included leopard prints, strapless jumpsuits, suede and smocked miniskirts, lightweight knit moto jackets, and ruffled camis. Shoppers can find both emerging and established designers—think Spanx, Citizens of Humanity, French Connection, and Show Me Your Mumu—at South Moon Under. The boutique is also ideal for gift-giving, accessories and shoes. “I am very excited about brands that care about sustainability, so Groceries [Apparel] camis and tanks are a must-have, plus they are

great quality,” Patricia advises. Other favorites include AGOLDE, as the brand is working on ways to be more sustainable and their denim has a great fit, along with Levi’s high-rise jeans. “I also love the Free People vegan leather jacket and our Pistola star denim jacket,” Patricia says. “Gorjana earrings and necklaces are definitely a must-have as well.”

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egardless of what critics say, the media’s majority is a talented group whose insightful storytelling connects the populace with the world around them. Facilitating this mission is Jana Angel, a former pro volleyball player turned television host and communications aficionado. She’s taking South Florida’s broadcasting industry by bump, set, spike and storm—and she’s just getting started. Following in her athletic father’s footsteps, Jana made waves of 15 her own as a title-winning, multisport athlete in high school, then as a star volleyball player at NC State University. After graduation, she moved to France and played for a trio of women’s teams. Five years later, she retired her jersey and relocated back to her hometown of Rock Hill, South Carolina, with eyes steadfastly set on a career in broadcasting. Armed with a double degree in interpersonal communication and international studies, as well as an innate knack for visual storytelling (“I’d interview my teammates on my iPhone and make short promo videos for games”) and the interpersonal skills she’d gleaned from her time on the courts, she landed a marketing job at UNITERS North America in West Palm Beach. As brand and partnership development manager, she wears many hats, including serving as the company’s spokesperson. In 2018, she launched Jana Angel Media, a one-woman digital communications company. Her services range from e-learning modules to full-length television commercials she packages in her home studio. In August, her creative endeavors came full circle when the first episode of “Living Local South Florida” aired on WFLX. Co-conceived with her creative director, Liz Plummer, the 15 hippest shopping locales, brightest cultural magazine-style news show spotlights the county’s outposts and the perennially innovative dining scene. “We think bringing local options to our viewers will help our community grow and be highly self-sustaining, even in the offseason,” says Angel, who also hosts the 30-minute simulcast. Angel has also embarked on a new adventure. Tapped to host “Trending Today,” a national news show on Fox Business, she’ll highlight innovations and interview industry leaders like Julie’s Real founder Julie Fox, which airs this month. The West Palm Beach resident enjoys morning runs along Flagler Drive, donating her time and resources to animal protection organizations like Big Dog Ranch Rescue, and hanging out with her boyfriend and real estate lawyer, Chris Roemer, and their three rescue dogs, Ar6 thur, Blakely and Sweetie. — Kerry Shorr

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2. WORK DUDS I like outfits that can transition, so I might wear high-waisted trousers, a camisole, and a cape or blazer. Kendra Scott’s my jewelry go-to. 3. GASTRO GO-TO Loïc Bakery Café Bar. The food is all French and fresh, and owner Loic Autret is one of my favorite people. 4. SPEED DIAL DISH The Thai-style beef jerky at Kapow! Noodle Bar. I think there’s magic in that sauce. 5. DRINK DU JOUR The “Sweet Heat” at 123 Datura Bar & Kitchen. It has tequila, fresh watermelon and a hint of jalapeño. 6. GADGET MUST-HAVE My Amazon Echo. I love having music on all the time and it’s like having my own personal DJ. 7. WORK FOR FREE Anything with animals, children, veterans and the elderly. I’d offer my time or services to any charity that needed me. 8. BINGE WATCHES “Reef Break.” I have my fingers crossed it gets renewed for a second season. 9. WELL-READ “Bless Your Heart, Tramp: And Other Southern Endearments” by Celia Rivenbark is my absolute favorite. All the women in my family have read it, and we shared the same copy. 10. RECHARGE BUTTON Piling into bed with my dogs and watching “The Golden Girls.” It’s my all-time favorite show. 11. WANTS TO LEARN Italian and computer coding 12. WORTH THE SPLURGE I go to BreeHopp Esthetics in Lake Park at least once a month for a facial or laser treatment. It’s changed my skin. 13. BUCKET LIST To visit Osaka, Santorini and Sydney, and skydive at least once. 14. PALM BEACH PICK Spending time at the beach or treating myself to a “staycation” at a Palm Beach resort, like The Colony Hotel. 15. IN HER HANDBAG The usual staples— wallet and keys—and ginger mints; a water bottle; wasabi almonds; Tory Burch Just Like Heaven extrait de parfum; and at least seven berry-colored lipsticks because I’m always trying to find the perfect shade. 16. LOVES SHOPPING AT Lilly Pulitzer at The Breakers and Brooke and Arrow Boutique in Delray Beach

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hile many newlyweds spend their honeymoons exploring exotic beach destinations or bundling up fireside, bornand-raised Jupiter residents Elana and Stephen Smith opted to volunteer with migrant families living in India. “We wanted to set the tone for our marriage,” Elana recalls of their two-week visit. “Helping others and trying to make a positive impact in the world, to us, is an important part of life, so we decided to seize the opportunity and volunteer somewhere we feel a spiritual connection to.” When they arrived, the couple was surprised not only by the beauty of the country, but by the amount of trash and debris they passed—both roadside and mountainside. “When we were in the Himalayas, we would gaze in wonder at the amazing views 32

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until we turned a corner and were bombarded by piles of trash,” Elana says. “The garbage was wherever anybody left it,” Stephen adds. “That shined a big light on issues with trash worldwide; we might not see anything like that here, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a problem.” Upon returning from their trip, the couple took their growing appreciation for the planet and in October 2018 turned it into an environmentally focused business venture: One World Zero Waste. “We were motivated to make big changes in our lives and our community, so we got going on our store as soon as we returned and opened within three months,” Elana says. The Tequesta storefront is a great resource for those hoping to eliminate excess waste from their homes; every item available for purchase is eco-friendly, and the edible

goods are free of single-use plastics and other packaging. Shoppers can also bring clean containers to fill up with dozens of bulk food items, including spices, flours, nuts and dry pasta. “Sometimes people come in and they’re not sure what they want to make, so we’ll end up coming up with an idea for dinner together,” Elana says of the bulk food-buying process, which is weight-based. “At the grocery store, it’s almost impossible to leave without trash. Bulk items end up being cheaper because you’re not paying for that packaging and the advertising on the label.” The couple, who met as members of Jupiter High School’s band program, also stocks an extensive collection of homemade goods intended for zero-waste living, like reusable drinking straws, sandwich bags, coffee cups, and cloth diapers and napkins. They get some fabrics from local interior designers who are getting rid of their sample books, so a lot of items are one of a kind, explains Elana, who along with her mother sews most of the store’s items. Essential oils, plastic-free shampoo bars and toothpaste, local honey, nut milks, and kombucha on tap round out the inventory, with most non-perishable items able to be ordered online. (The couple also brings their items to the Palm Beach Gardens and West Palm Beach green markets during season.) While the Smiths hope to encourage their customers to embrace zero-waste living, they understand that most will need help on their journeys. “We’re here for support, and we love to give people new ways they hadn’t thought of to limit the amount of trash they make,” says Stephen, who collects and composts food scraps and other materials for customers to reduce food waste. “[Americans] have a facility that takes [trash] away, but it really just piles up into a big heap. We have to look closer at how we manage waste.” Zero-waste initiatives aside, the couple also brings individual skills to the business. Elana, who previously worked as a pastry chef and recipe creator, makes date bites, vegan cheeses and loose-leaf tea blends for customers. Stephen, a hot yoga instructor at two studios in Jupiter and Stuart, leads donation-based classes at the storefront. The outdoor enthusiast also knows that his love for Jupiter’s waterways is shared by One World Zero Waste visitors. “When I was younger, I would be out on the river three or four times a week catching fish and enjoying nature,” Stephen says. “It’s important to me to allow everybody to do the things I was able to do. A lot of people who live here appreciate the beauty of our community and are probably excited to help preserve it.” gulfstreammediagroup.com


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December 3, 2019 at 5:30pm Rodney B. Fink Education Pavilion 120 Scripps Way, Building B, Jupiter, FL 33458 Complimentary cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be enjoyed by attendees while they hear the inspiring stories of leading women scientists and graduate students. The event is free and open to the public, but seating is limited. RSVP today to reserve your space at scripps.edu/wise. For questions or more information, call (561) 228-2016 or email philanthropy-florida@scripps.edu.

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REFINED REDESIGN FORT LAUDERDALE-BASED JAIME BLOMQUIST REDESIGNS AN ADMIRALS COVE RESIDENCE. By Jana Soeldner Danger | Photography by Troy Campbell

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oing a complete redesign of an existing home can be more challenging than starting from scratch with new construction. When a client asked Fort Lauderdale-based interior designer Jaime Blomquist to do just that for a home at Admirals Cove in Jupiter, she had to deal with unwanted load-bearing walls, a barnlike ceiling, asymmetry and other problems. “When you have a blank canvas, it’s very easy to do a design,” she says. “When you’re doing an existing structure, you have to consider the conditions and think harder about how to make your design come to fruition.” Blomquist came to the interior design business indirectly. She first attended business school and then worked in modeling and acting. “But I realized they weren’t my passion,” she says. Interior design, as it turned out, became her obsession, as she’s owned Jaime Blomquist Interiors for 17 years now. The owner of the house in Admirals Cove wanted a more open floor plan and an updated, modern look for the 3,200-square-foot home with three bed-

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rooms, three full baths and a powder room. “We started by gutting it,” Blomquist says. She chose a color palette of blue, white, cream and greige. Except for the bathrooms, flooring throughout the home is rich walnut planking. One of the first steps in the complex process was reworking the roof trusses to get rid of the high, vaulted ceilings that were popular in the early 1990s. “The ceiling followed the trusses, and it was like a massive ski slope,” Blomquist says. “We needed to bring the ceiling down.” T H E FOYER She removed a loadbearing wall in what had been a small, enclosed foyer, leaving the support pillars and transforming them into design elements by boxing them out and adding millwork. To make the space seem even more open, she changed the single front door to a double with glass panels framed in walnut. The owner loves boating and wanted nautical elements in the design. So just inside the doors, Blomquist installed a circular waterjet marble compass, correctly oriented for direction. The walnut flooring then had to be meticulously pieced around it. Above the compass hangs a graceful, half-spherical chandelier made of brushed nickel with glass accents and delicate white shades. “I look at chandeliers like jewelry,” she says. Walls of the foyer are covered with shimmering mother-of-pearl wallpaper, and an oval mirror with a chain-patterned frame hangs above a shagreen console table. “The foyer was one of the more challenging areas,” Blomquist says. “We had to stay within the confines of the loadbearing pillars, and even though everything wasn’t perfectly symmetrical, we had to trick the eye into feeling like it is.”

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T H E LI V I N G ROOM To achieve the open floor plan the client wanted, Blomquist removed another load-bearing wall between what was a galley kitchen and the living room to make it one large space, replacing the wall’s support with a triple laminated beam. She also opened the back wall of the living room, changing a pair of French doors to a wall of glass sliders that open to the loggia so the two areas can become one large space for entertaining. The tie beam needed to be re-engineered to create a new support system, and the sunken floor had to be raised to accommodate the new sliding doors. When the clients desire privacy, sheer silk traverse draperies with wide gray horizontal lines can be drawn across the glass. The new pitched ceiling, paneled in walnut accented with white wood beams, is a focal point, but symmetry was once

(above left) To open the enclosed foyer, the designer removed a load-bearing wall and transformed the support pillars into design elements. She also added glass-fronted double doors. (above right) A large area rug in the living room has a subtle, deconstructed pattern. Twin coffee tables have polished nickel bases and antiqued mirror glass tops.

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again a challenge. “It needed something besides white drywall,” she says. “The trusses dictated the custom ceiling design, and the ceiling design dictated the center lines of the living room and kitchen. The millwork creates the illusion of symmetry.” Suspended from the ceiling is a chandelier with curved, polished nickel arms and candle-shaped sconces. A built-in white wood wall unit provides shelving and cabinetry, and waterjet marble clads the inset behind the TV screen. The large area rug has a subtle, deconstructed pattern in blue, gray and beige, and the custom twin sofas are covered with a creamy, linen-cotton blend with nailhead accents. “I like to design furniture for a room so it’s just the right scale,” Blomquist says. “Furniture dimensions are as important as architectural dimensions.” Behind one of the sofas is a clean-lined, gray wood console table with nickel accents. A display of lanterns, a graceful sea fan and blue canisters add visual interest. Gray wood end tables hold lamps

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made from handblown mercury glass. Twin coffee tables have polished nickel bases and antiqued mirror tops to reflect natural light. Two swivel club chairs upholstered in a deep blue textured animal print add color, and a glass-topped drink table between them has a polished nickel base with a decorative shape reminiscent of earrings. K I TCH E N In the kitchen, the design of white built-in cabinetry mirrors the wall unit in the living room. Long, brushed nickel pulls add visual interest, and a waterjet Thassos and Calacatta marble mosaic creates an eye-catching backsplash. An arched panel that hides the exhaust hood opens horizontally like a garage door. A long walnut wood island with a Cambria quartz top that matches the countertops holds the sink and dishwasher. “I wanted the island to be a statement piece, and the walnut is a continuation of the walnut in the rest of the house,” Blomquist says.

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Raw blue silk covers the top half of the dining room walls. Below it is white wainscoting. The gray wood table has nickel inlays.

The dual-pedestal dining table is stained gray wood with nickel inlays. Chairs are upholstered in blue, gray and white cotton with an ikat pattern, and wood curves on the backs mimic curves in the polished nickel chandelier above. A gray wood buffet has brushed nickel edging and a scroll pattern on the front. Lamps on top of it are mother-of-pearl. THE BAR Opposite the dining room is a bar area. Walnut cabinetry with curved shelving that pulls outward for easy access frames an insert of black, white and gray waterjet glass with a peony design. Cambria quartz tops the walnut bar itself, which holds a hammered metal sink with a polished nickel faucet, as well as refrigerator and freezer drawers.

White stools with a blue pattern on the back and blue leather seats contrast beautifully with the dark wood. To create a breakfast nook, she removed part of a kitchen wall and then enclosed a portion of the loggia. The table has gracefully curved, dark wood legs and a gray wood top. Chairs are framed in matching gray wood and upholstered with selfwelted faux ostrich skin. Above the table hangs a classic chandelier with curved, clear glass arms suspended from dramatic glass spheres. DI NI NG ROOM Removing yet another wall opened the dining room to the kitchen and living room. “They wanted an intimate dining space, but they also wanted it to be light and bright,” Blomquist says. The tray ceiling is framed with white molding. Pale blue raw silk covers the top half of the walls; below it is contrasting white wainscoting. A wool area rug in tones of blue and greige features a burnout pattern.

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M AST E R S U I T E White molding frames rectangles of greige silk on a focal wall in the master bedroom. The tufted gray headboard with nailhead trim has a box pattern, complementing the pattern on the wall. Wood nightstands with a textured faux linen finish hold brushed nickel lamps with a cutout pattern that mimics coral. A chandelier has curves and glass spheres that give it a transitional flair, while soft blue linen traverse draperies hang at double doors with sidelights leading to a sitting room. Flooring in the master bath features a waterjet marble inset that mimics a rug; the pattern is similar to the wood shapes on the dining room chairbacks, a pattern that occurs throughout the home. “I like having the same design elements in different spaces,” Blomquist says. White cabinetry has polished nickel pulls, and vanities are topped with Cambria quartz. The wall behind the built-in tub and seamless glass shower is beige marble accented with a white waterjet mosaic strip with a clover pattern similar to the tub and the polished nickel chandelier above. A vanity stool is made from stained gray wood upholstered in blue metallic linen. “We kept the cabinets classic, so we could come in with some more playful elements,” Blomquist says.

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The master bath has white cabinetry with polished nickel pulls.

(below) Curved shelving in the bar pulls out to make glassware readily available. Cambria quartz covers the top of the walnut bar, which contains a sink and refrigerator and freezer drawers.

P OW D E R ROOM Walls of the powder room are clad in breathtaking waterjet Thassos marble and mother-of-pearl. The sink is also mother-of-pearl, and it frames the mirror as well. The countertop is Palissandro bluette marble, and a starfish-shaped drain cover adds a whimsical touch. A T I M E LE SS T RE AS U RE What was once a home with closed-in rooms and a dated style now has open, airy spaces and a look that is modern, yet timelessly classic. It’s a place for easy entertaining, private relaxation and making memories for years to come.

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If you give a guest a cookie… They’ll keep coming back year after year to Beaver Creek in Colorado. By A LY S S A M O R L A C C I Photos co u r te s y of VA I L R E S O R T S

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ust outside of Vail, Colorado, a day at Beaver Creek should be broken up like this: meet your ski instructor at 9:30 a.m.— when the lifts open—for a private ski or snowboarding session; take a break around noon for a gourmet lunch at the ski-in SaddleRidge restaurant, which doubles as a museum of American Western artifacts; and then head back out for more experience on the slopes until “Cookie Time” at 3 p.m. The group that came up with the “Cookie Time” concept was likely tasked with the challenge of coming up with a way to kindly tell athletes to get off the slopes. They probably pondered how to go about doing this for a moment, until a member with a sweet tooth called out: “I’ve got it! Let’s lure them down with warm cookies.” The ski destination bakes 500,000 cookies each year for a season that starts in November and runs through April. Employees dressed in aprons and chef ’s hats carry trays to the bottoms of the lifts daily to greet tired skiers and snowboarders with still-gooey delights.

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During opening week (Nov. 27 to Dec. 1), the resort town will host its 15th annual World’s Best Chocolate Chip Cookie Competition, during which five finalists who submitted their recipes are asked to prepare 1,000 cookies for a public vote. The winner’s recipe will be used throughout the season to cap off days of gliding down 150 trails. Speaking of après ski, a few steps from the slopes is Toscanini, a restaurant and bar positioned by an ice skating rink, and the ideal spot for grabbing an Aperol Spritz or a glass of wine from the 100-percent Italian list, which receives annual recognition from Wine Spectator. While the lobster bisque and beef filet here merit return visits, a more experiential reservation can be made at Beano’s Cabin, which requires a 15-minute sleigh ride up a snowy mountain to a cozy log chalet, equipped with a locker room where guests can retire (above) Beaver Creek’s opening week will begin Nov. 27.

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The ski destination bakes 500,000 cookies each year for a season that starts in November and runs through April.

their wet boots and slide on slippers during dinner. A five-course meal is prepped in an open-format kitchen while a performer plays tunes on an acoustic guitar in front of a stone mantel. Make The Osprey home base while experiencing Beaver Creek. It’s the closest hotel to a ski chairlift in North America, set only 20 feet from the Strawberry Park Express Lift. Other amenities include an outdoor pool and hot tub, steam room and sauna, a tapas-style lounge on the second floor and a complimentary shuttle service. Luxurious vacations aren’t made by the price tag on accommodations. True elevated hospitality is shown through anticipatory service and well-thought-out experiences. This could mean umbrellas set out in the lobby before guests awake and realize it’s raining outside; or welcome trays with Champagne and light bites waiting at visitors’ accommodations after a long travel day; or freshly baked cookies served on silver trays at the bottom of ski slopes. Expect all of the above at Beaver Creek.

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THE BEAUTY AND CHARM THAT PALM BEACH COUNTY ENCOMPASSES ARE UNPARALLELED. FROM WEST PALM BEACH TO JUPITER ISLAND, WE CAPTURED OUR PERSONAL PARADISE FROM THE CAMERAS OF LOCAL PHOTOGRAPHERS WHO KNOW IT BEST. By Kayla Ziadie

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GREG PANAS

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Photo: I love to park at DuBois Park and shoot the lighthouse. When I pulled up to the park that night, I wasn't very enthusiastic on the light I was seeing—I wasn’t sure if the sunset would do it. I waited a few minutes and then decided to leave. On my way home, I wanted to have a quick check at another spot, and when I saw the light hitting the lighthouse from a different direction, I decided to give it a try. As soon as I put my drone in the air it all started to happen, and for the next 25 minutes the light was incredible. When checking some of the images on my phone, I couldn’t get home fast enough. Gear: DJI Mavic Pro 2 About: Greg Panas is a South Florida-based adventure and landscape photographer and filmmaker. As a self-taught artist in both disciplines, he is inspired by the massive expanse that nature has to offer and a desire to understand what drives the human spirit. What intrigues him most about this profession is the adventure involved in the pursuit of pushing yourself past your comfort zones to capture inspiring content. The ability and freedom to explore new places that haven't been photographed by the masses is also a tremendous force that drives his creativity. Alongside working with many people and brands, he has worked as a senior photographer for SUP Magazine.

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ALEX BROCK

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Photo: The full moonrise—which happens every month—is always a magical event in Florida, as you get to witness the moon rise over the ocean, bathed in the warm colors of the setting sun. Every once in a while, that full moon will be classified as a “Super Moon,” which is when the moon is closest to the Earth in orbit and will appear larger in the sky. This past February, the opportunity presented itself to shoot the grandiose moon’s rising at sunset over the Juno Pier, one of the rare shots I have always wanted to capture. Luckily, the weather cooperated and as moonrise approached, I waded into the surf next to the pier with my tripod and camera and lined up my shot. As the Super Moon rose over the pier, the setting sun gave its last light in the form of a soft purple glow. The conditions were perfect as the moonlight reflected off the rolling waves, presenting me with the perfect moment for my shot. Gear: Canon EOS 80D; 70-200mm lens; tripod About: Alex Brock, a Palm Beach Gardens native, grew up spending his weekends at the beach, so when he started dabbling in photography as a teenager, he was naturally drawn to the picturesque beaches in his own backyard. Since then, he has enjoyed traveling around the state of Florida chasing storms, kayaking down rivers, and hiking through black swamps to capture the wild beauty of his home state. He is also a credentialed photographer at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center and has shot several SpaceX rocket launches.

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CARLOS DIAZ

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storms—I have always been fascinated by the power of it. After a late evening storm rolled through from west to east, I looked at my wife Sarah and asked if I could take off and try and catch the lighting. She hesitantly said “Yes” with an extra “Be careful.” I decided to head to the pier and set up two or three shots to get my settings in order. As I was in my 38-second exposure, a park ranger came down and flashed his light at me, casting a shadow of me on the pier pillar. The ranger proceeded to come down the stairs to tell me that he was closing the gate to the pier parking lot, and I would have to end my night. This was the one good shot I had that night, with multiple lightning strikes in one frame and a shadow of myself on the pillar…priceless!

Gear: Canon 80D; Tamron 10-24mm, f/3.5-4.5 lens; Manfrotto tripod About: Carlos Diaz and his wife, Sarah, run Pelican Pix. Based out of Palm Beach Gardens, they focus on real estate and yacht photography for brokers, but also love landscapes and portraits.

and raising five kids together. This story makes this photo all the more beautiful and so deeply special for me. Gear: Sony a7R II inside the Nauticam

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Photo: I consider myself lucky to get calls for jobs specifically related to underwater portraiture. It’s fantastic to get into my creative mode doing the work I love in the water with beautiful and adventurous people.

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The little guy floating with his mask on is Nicholas, whose mom scheduled a photo shoot with his older brother and sister in late August 2015. The shoot led to Nicholas’ mom, Annette, hiring me for another shoot to photograph her product line. This eventually led to an actual date, which paved the way to Annette and I falling in love. Four years later, we are engaged to be married

About: David Scarola is a professional photographer and storyteller dedicated to family, craft and business. His creativity is driven by concepts of giving and sharing, in a modern sense of what it means to be an artist. He specializes in commercial and lifestyle photography, weddings, family portraiture, real estate, and corporate and hospitality photography.

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JEFF BIEGE @jeffbiegephotography / jeffbiege.com Photo: Over the summer months, I was very fortunate to be able to join the team at Loggerhead Marinelife Center team for several hatchling releases. Sea turtles are one of my favorite subjects to photograph as they represent the fragile balance that exists between man and nature. Their “never give up� spirit is so amazing to see! We chose the Jupiter Inlet on this day for our hatchling release, as it blocks some of the wind and surf. This little green sea turtle was full of energy as we pulled it out of the cooler. The biologist from Loggerhead gave it a quick rinse of water to clean off the sand, and off he went. Greens are

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the most animated sea turtle species, and in my opinion, the cutest! Gear: Sony Alpha A7R III camera system; Zeiss

18mm lens

About: Jeff Biege is an award-winning published photographer based in South Florida who is passionate about nature and ocean conservation. Through the years, he has been involved with environmental and conservation organizations such as the Loggerhead Marinelife Center, Surfrider Foundation and Share the Stoke Foundation.

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GARRET BOURG @flotographss

Photo: A lot of times I use the lighthouse as a subject for my shots, but I knew I was missing out on a lot of beauty by always shooting in the same direction. This gave me the idea for a shot looking back at the mainland from it, but I hadn’t given myself time to play tourist and head up our beautiful lighthouse. I had family visiting and was acting as the tour guide of Jupiter. This was it—finally, my opportunity to go up the lighthouse and get the shot. I knew I wanted a simple feel to the photo, but it was a busy day on the water. I waited at the top and snapped a few test shots, then got lucky and had this solo trawler heading through the bridge at just the right moment. I knew I wanted the water to be blue, the bridge to be up and a single boat coming my way; this shot checked those boxes. The clouds and storm were an added bonus, and I thought it was just Jupiter’s way of showing off. Gear: Fujifilm X-T3; XF 18-55mm Kit lens; polarizing lens filter About: Garret Bourg grew up in Jupiter, but recently moved back from living on the west coast of

Florida for almost eight years—and he hasn’t been taking his time here for granted. You can catch him out on the water or at the beach volleyball courts. Garret picked up photography as a hobby after enjoying the GoPro when the Hero 3 came out, and it is also a way to document his travels.

HALEY “LEE” McCARTNEY

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Photo: This shot is of the pier on Jupiter Island with the sunrise in the background. The sun rising was captured at just the right moment as pelicans flew through the horizon. The saturated walkway was still wet from overnight rain, and I love the way the light plays off the moisture on the wood. Gear: Canon EOS 5D Mark IV;

Canon EF 27-70mm, f/2.8 lens

About: A New Hampshire native, Haley “Lee” McCartney moved to the Jupiter area in late 2014. A hairstylist by day, Lee took up photography several years ago as a way to explore Florida with her dog outside of work. Since then, it has turned into a creative outlet allowing her to showcase how she views the area we all get to call home.

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ROBERT J. “RJ” PERRY @rjp_photographic Photo: The waters were very active on this morning, which was two days after Hurricane Dorian’s northward path along the Palm Beach County coastline. I was inspired to create this photo after seeing how the surf ebbed and flowed, brushing across the sand as though it was guided by hand. I arrived while the skies were still dark and walked a good distance to get to this location. A pre-sunrise arrival is vital to capturing the best colors in the sky and surf. Gear: Nikon D850; NIKKOR 24-70mm, f/2.8 lens;

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3 stop neutral density filter; circular polarizer filter; Manfrotto tripod About: RJ’s passion for photography took hold during his teens, photographing good friends, bandmates and places his family visited. He has been shooting on and off throughout his life, and he started with a Kodak Instamatic years ago. Recently, he’s turned things up a notch with a goal of more travel work and creating wall art. He is primarily drawn to landscape and seascape scenes, but also delves into night photography and portraiture.

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Photo: This wedding photo was taken this past January at PGA National Resort & Spa under its Honda Pavilion. A small rain shower came through right before this couple’s wedding ceremony. Not long afterward, a rainbow framed the shot just right. It was the perfect finish to a stunning scene. Gear: Nikon D750; NIKKOR 14-24mm,

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About: Stacey Poirier and her husband, Brandon, own Poirier Wedding Photography. Their love affair with photography started back in high school, but they’ve been professionally documenting weddings for more than a decade. Their modern, photojournalistic style documents every detail and emotion on one’s wedding day. When they’re not crafting love stories with their cameras, you’ll probably find them embarking on a family adventure or enjoying live music, from country to hip hop.

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F E AT U R E Henry Flagler built Whitehall, a 75-room Gilded Age mansion, as a wedding present for his wife, Mary Lily.

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Inside the Walls of Whitehall

AHEAD OF THE FLAGLER MUSEUM’S 60TH ANNIVERSARY, HEAR THE STORY OF THE HOME BUILT BY FLORIDA’S FOUNDING FATHER.

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nside the home of Henry Flagler, you’ll come first to a grand entrance parlor, with two marble staircases in the back, hiding a macabre story in their gleaming white steps. But first, let’s continue around them, into the home’s European-style central courtyard. Through it, you’ll come to a bank of windows with French panes that curve like waves. Peer in through the glass, foggy with age, and it’s like peering into the past, a grandiose, ostentatious time—a fantasy—like a period piece set in the era when the American industrialist ruled. Flagler, among Florida’s founding fathers, had his Grand Ballroom designed to mimic the Hall of Mirrors in Versailles. It looks like a scaled-down replica, replete with elaborately painted ornamentation along the edges and surrounding recessed alcoves. It’s easy to imagine the grand balls once held here, guests in white jackets and lace gowns, a band playing on a balcony. You probably know that Flagler built most of the railroad along Florida’s eastern coast, leading to the development of the country’s only sub-tropical state as a modern paradise. Maybe you also know that his home on the island of Palm Beach became a place where the aristocrats, newmonied and gentries came for winter galas. And don’t forget that Flagler is

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Photographer unidentified, Mary Lily and Henry Flagler, ca. 1910

celebrated as one of the country’s great visionaries, who saw Florida’s potential when others saw an unlivable jungle, infested with antisocial creatures, and who made his vision reality by building a railroad and hotels along the route. The grand project culminated in what was an engineering marvel—the final overseas leg to Key West and in the creation of the cities that developed along that corridor. You will hear those stories if you visit Flagler’s grand home today. Whitehall, it’s called, and there you will be asked to marvel at Flagler as a benefactor of Florida, a man so devoted to his wife that he bequeathed upon her at their wedding one of the country’s finest homes. There exists, however, an alternate story of Flagler that you won’t hear at Whitehall today. It includes true crimelike stories, more than one mysterious death, fights over inheritances, and reputations lost to newspaper headlines. Perhaps you’ll visit Flagler’s 75-room home this year as part of the 60th anniversary of the museum that runs it. Before you do, here’s an addendum to the story of Henry Flagler.

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The Drawing Room is where women would retire after dinner and was one of Mary Lily’s favorites in the home.

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irst, the history of Whitehall. And for that, there’s no better tour guide of the home than Elli Laudicina. She first visited Whitehall not long after retiring from her job as a professor in New Jersey. Laudicina was searching for something that would define her retirement, and when she jumped into a tour of Flagler’s home, she had found it. “You know how when you retire they tell you to find a passion? I found it here,” Laudicina says with the warmest of smiles. She has been a docent now for three years, leading tours a couple of times a week in the off season and far more in winter months. Asked for her favorite room, Laudicina takes a right from the home’s grand entrance and into the Drawing Room.

There’s a collection of chairs and what look like secretary desks scattered about a room of a cream color called French gray, with pastel pink and yellow trim on the rug. A matching Steinway with gold ribbon trim sits to one side. Every crease of the room is covered in what looks like gold adornment, but Laudicina explains that it’s actually aluminum, then so expensive it spoke to the homeowner’s wealth. Any watcher of “Downton Abbey” will recognize the room’s purpose: this is where the women would retire after dinner as the men stayed behind to smoke and talk industry. “It has such an elegance to it,” Laudicina says, her wide smile showing her excitement for the space. “It was very much part of Mary Lily’s life.” Mary Lily was Henry Flagler’s third

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“Henry Flagler lived here for such a little time. The house has had a few lives since then,” she says. “The house itself has become the story.” and final wife, a woman so captivating he was willing to endure scandal for her, a woman he was so infatuated with he built her this spectacular home. You’ll hear, in a visit to Whitehall, much of the Flaglers’ love story. What you won’t hear is how they met, and how it almost ruined both of them. They met in 1891 after Mary Lily had fled from her native North Carolina after an affair with a man named Robert Bingham. Her parents had sent her away for a reset, and the 23-year-old met 61-year-old Henry Flagler. At the time, Flagler was working to build a railroad the length of Florida’s east coast. He had begun working at 14 at a general store, lost a fortune once in the salt business, and then made it back many times over with Standard Oil, a refinery business he started with John D. Rockefeller. He bought railway lines between 1883 to 1902, combining them to become the Florida East Coast Railroad. He forged down the coast of Florida at considerable expense to his workers, with Flagler developing a reputation as both a founder of the state and a robber baron—a term for those early 19th century industrialists who created fortunes from the pre-labor union toil of their workers. When he met Mary Lily, Flagler was still married to his second wife, the former Ida Alice Shourds, who had become declared legally insane in 1896 after becoming obsessed with a ouija board that told her she should marry the Czar of Russia. When she told friends of plans to kill her husband, Flagler had her institutionalized. Flagler’s relationship with Mary Lily was so open that newspapers began reporting it. He reportedly gave her $1 million in Standard Oil stock and $1 million in jewelry. The highly publicized relationship continued as Flagler asked the Florida Legislature and governor to change the law to make insanity grounds for divorce. Flagler became the only person allowed to divorce under the law before it was repealed three years later. Flagler and Mary Lily married Aug. 24, 1901, just 10 days after his divorce was final. Among his wedding gifts to her, beyond the things he had already lavished upon her as they courted: a check for $1 million, $2 million in bonds, a $500,000 pearl necklace and the promise of a new home he would build The railcar is in her honor. housed inside the glass pavilion and Perhaps in the hopes that the place would is what Henry Flatone down their colorful past, they would call gler used to travel it Whitehall. to Palm Beach.

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hile it’s steamy outside, it’s chilly under the glass pavilion that was built in 2005 next to Flagler’s home. The property is now run by the Flagler Museum, and it constructed the pavilion in part to hold the lavishly appointed railcar that Flagler used to take to Palm Beach. It now sits along the west wall, opposite of where Erin Manning takes a seat on a folding chair. Manning is the executive director of the museum and came here in 2016 after serving as the executive director of the Historical Society of Princeton. She sees her job as preserving the story of Whitehall. “Henry Flagler lived here for such a little time. The house has had a few lives since then,” she says. “The house itself has become the story.” Henry Flagler had the After promising to build his new bride a Grand Ballroom designed to home, Flagler rushed to see it completed. To do mimic the Hall of Mirrors in so, he had it constructed of concrete and steel Versailles. beams, a far easier building material to manipulate than the wood typically used in that time. He also had some of the ornate detail work done with molded plaster, bed space for ladies in waiting. The main space for the servants remains closed off, behind a velvet rope that keeps visitors from quicker than carving shapes from wood. Instead of painting onto the third floor. ceilings, artisans did frescoes on canvas, cut them into pieces and For a brief time, Whitehall became the spot for extravagant then glued them up. The shortcuts allowed Whitehall to open in parties; New York newspapers would cover the affairs. At the Bal 1902, after just 18 months. Poudré in 1903, the Flaglers asked men to wear white ties and the Guests arrived by Flagler’s railroad all winter. They stayed women wore flowy Colonial-era gowns and powdered wigs. in a collection of second-floor bedrooms, each with their own But the heyday wouldn’t last. Flagler died at the home in 1913 style, outfitted in wallpapers and ornate furniture in bright color under circumstances that are still vague. Some accounts say he fell schemes—canary yellow, baby girl pink, red and orange stripes. on the marble staircase. Wild stories have been repeated in books The museum has opened just two servants’ quarters, the largest of and newspapers about how Flagler died, including claims that he them on the second floor, likely for the head butler and a twobroke a hip and spent his days suffering at Whitehall. The museum maintains that he was moved to Nautilus Cottage, just north of The Breakers, where it was hoped the sea breeze would help him heal. “It’s not something we discuss,” Manning says with finality when asked about Flagler’s death. “We would rather celebrate life in this house than its ending.” The silence on Flagler’s death at his home leaves the visitor to question what it meant and what we might learn from it. Here was a man who had built fortunes, had become perhaps the most influential man in the colonization of what’s now the country’s third most populous state and had—at least during his life—become one of the most wellknown characters of the robber baron era. The death is not something Manning says should be discussed on the property of Whitehall, and she changes the subject to his philanthropy.

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Photographer unidentified, The Bal Poudré held at Whitehall, 1903.

Photographer unidentified, Jean Flagler Mathews, undated.

“Even late in life, you know, he had a desire to achieve great things. It makes him almost superhuman.” - Erin Manning “Even late in life, you know, he had a desire to achieve great things. It makes him almost superhuman.” Flagler’s death, though, would almost be the death of Whitehall. It passed to Mary Lily, but she stayed there only once more. By then, she had remarried. She had rekindled her first love, Robert Bingham, who was a widow himself after his wife, just a month before Flagler’s death, had been killed after a car she was riding in stalled on the tracks of a trolley line. Bingham, a judge, had been engulfed in accusations of corruption, and his relationship with Mary Lily would be the talk of gossip columns across the country. When Mary Lily and Bingham wed in 1916, she gave her new husband a check for $50,000. He gave her a prenuptial agreement that stated he wouldn’t seek her fortune if she passed.

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n addition to the Drawing Room, Mary Lily had several rooms in Whitehall that feel like she left her mark on them. There’s the main downstairs parlor, called the Music Room, a garish space straight out of a Victorian-era French château, with a 1,249-pipe organ filling one wall. Then there’s her upstairs sitting room, called the Morning Room, where she would practice piano in a relatively modest space for a home otherwise so focused on pretention. “The Drawing Room wasn’t made for relaxation,” Laudicina says during her tour. “But here, you get a sense of the tranquility and calm Mary Lily must have experienced here.” A month after the marriage to her old flame, Mary Lily’s health began to deteriorate, and the morphine her doc-

tor prescribed to her soon became her addiction. When she wanted to open Whitehall for Easter, her husband refused to go, and she was forced to cancel the holiday parties she had planned. By May, she was on 24-hour sedation, and when she changed her will to include her new husband, Mary Lily’s family suspected he had taken advantage of her frail state. “I give and bequeath to my husband, R.W. Bingham, $5 million to be absolutely his,” she wrote in the will written up in her doctor’s office. Mary Lily died in July 1917, the death certificate listing edema, or brain swelling. Her family, the Kenans of North Carolina, hired a private detective who determined she had been continually drugged. In September, the trustees of the Flagler estate decided to open Mary Lily’s grave. They did so at midnight. Three hours later, a team of pathologists and physicians determined Mary Lily’s body contained “enormous amounts” of morphine. Newspapers soon treated her death as a murder, with the New York American declaring: “MRS. BINGHAM WAS DRUGGED!” But for reasons still unknown, the Kenans withdrew their claims, and Bingham received his $5 million from Mary Lily’s estate. Her fortune was split between several relatives, right down to the pearl necklace she got for her wedding, a 5-foot strand that is believed to have been broken up between several inheritors.

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the former jewel in Flagler’s real estate crown. It stayed that way until the hotel’s owners concluded the property required too much maintenance and closed it in 1958. Flagler’s granddaughter, Jean Flagler Matthews, stepped in and bought the property a year later for a steal, just $1.5 million, far less than its appraised value. She oversaw a

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restoration, which eventually included chopping the tower to just two stories, and held a Grand Restoration Ball to raise money and mark the opening of the museum. Since then, the museum has set out to preserve the property. The staff has conducted exhaustive searches for the furniture, including the piano, which was discovered 15 years ago when the owner brought it to Steinway for a restoration. The table currently in the dining room will be replaced within months when the museum rehabs the original dining set, found last year. A museum employee discovered the dining room’s original plush carpet in the attic, where it had been rolled up for 40 years and unbelievably well preserved. Beyond the restoration of the building and the return of the furniture, Flagler’s descendants—three of his greatgrandsons serve on the board—sought to present Whitehall as a gleaming, spotless testament to a man who had become so tarnished late in life. Docents and the audio tour describe a benevolent industrialist who sought to use his fortune to build Florida into a paradise full of grand buildings, all connected by his railroad. It’s a stark contrast to how we think of the oligarchs of our era—it’s hard to imagine one day touring the home of Wayne Huizenga or Jeff Bezos or even Bill Gates, who is giving much of his fortune away to charitable causes. When asked why the home keeps to a rosier story of Flagler’s life, the museum’s executive director says again that they choose to keep to the good parts. “This house started as a love story, a gift to a new wife, and that’s the story we like to tell.” Among the newer additions to the property is a grove of coconut trees planted on the south side of Whitehall. Museum employees say they installed it to look how the island of Palm Beach would have looked back then, just a simple grove of trees, not perfectly manicured like the rest of the island today. Besides the sordid Flagler stories, which are decidedly not discussed, it is perhaps the only spot at Whitehall with blemishes.

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What’s new at the Norton Museum of Art Whether you’ve had a chance to check out the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach and its recent $100 million expansion or plan to do so soon—Fridays and Saturdays are free—there’s a whole lot to experience. Be amazed first when viewing the 19-foot-high sculpture “Typewriter Eraser, Scale X,” (1999) by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen in the Reflecting Pool at the museum’s entrance, and let the "wow" factor continue inside. The expansion was designed by the Pritzker Prizewinning architect Lord Norman Foster, of the architectural firm Foster + Partners, and features 35 percent more exhibition space. The Museum now has 12,000 square feet of new galleries in addition to the public gardens, which include 14 modern and contemporary sculptures. New Exhibitions Check out upcoming programming and events on the lawn such as concerts, film screenings, and family-friendly activities. In addition, enjoy a full season of exhibitions such as the acclaimed “Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern” from the Brooklyn Museum of Art (opening Nov. 22) and “Robert Rauschenberg: Five Decades from the Whitney's Collection" (opening Feb. 21), featuring a variety of the revolutionary artist’s works collected by businessman and philanthropist Leonard Lauder.

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The Restaurant Stop by for the art and stay for The Restaurant at The Norton to indulge in elevated modern-American fare. The renowned Constellation Culinary Group, whose team is behind Pérez Art Museum Miami, took the lead in creating a full-service kitchen open to museumgoers and the public alike. The Restaurant serves lunch six days a week and also includes an al a carte-style brunch menu.

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© 2019 THE SHEEHAN AGENCY. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY. WHILE THIS INFORMATION IS BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT, IT IS REPRESENTED SUBJECT TO ERRORS, OMISSIONS, CHANGES OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE. IF YOUR PROPERTY IS CURRENTLY LISTED WITH ANOTHER REAL ESTATE BROKER, PLEASE DISREGARD THIS OFFER. IT IS NOT OUR INTENTION TO SOLICIT THE OFFERINGS OF OTHER REAL ESTATE BROKERS. WE COOPERATE WITH THEM FULLY.


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2017 Best of the Best | #1 Top Company Producer | Diamond Award Winner 3599 Loire Lane | $945,000

13101 Burgundy Drive S. | $2,750,000

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116 Terrapin Trail | $1,400,000 3599 Loire Lane | $945,000 3599 Loire Lane | $945,000

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LUXURIOUS OCEANFRONT ISLAND LIVING ESTATE IN PRESTIGIOUS SAILFISH POINT 280 ft. direct ocean on 2 exquisite acres • Hutchinson Island, FL Price Upon Request

LYNN B. TELLING, ABR 2017/2018 Top Office Producer 2016/2017/2018 Platinum Top Producer

139 N. County Road, Suite 15 • Palm Beach, FL 33480

Lbtelling@gmail.com • 561.310.2247


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JUST COMPLETED | Palm Beach | Estate Section | Approx. 6,800sf | $9,875,000 | Stunning New Construction located in the Estate Section of Palm Beach. Built by award-winning builder Purucker & Marrano Custom Homes, with architecture by MP Design & Architecture, and interior design and partial furnishings by Ellen Kavanaugh Interiors. Elegant details meet transitional decor to satisfy the most discerning buyer. This exquisite Palm Beach estate defines today’s luxury lifestyle with custom appointments throughout, gracious dual master baths and sitting room, prominent entry, and captivating outdoor living...this home is a must see!

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Inch & Ounces New Vietnamese street food restaurant opens on Clematis Street By Skye Sherman Photos by Tracey B enson Photography

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very so often, a new restaurant comes along, and suddenly it’s hard to remember what the Palm Beach County food scene was like without it. That’s certainly the case with Inch & Ounces, a fast-casual, Vietnamese street food-inspired concept by the team behind Anzo and The Chickpea. Inch & Ounces debuted this summer on Clematis Street. “I’m a big fan of Vietnamese cuisine, and after we moved and renamed The Chickpea to Anzo, we had the old Chickpea space available, so we decided to build a new concept,” shares owner Ferdin Saleh. “So far, everyone seems to love Inch & Ounces, and so do we. We’ve had a great start and lots of support, and it reminds me of how our journey started with The Chickpea and Anzo.”

Inch & Ounces has been so wellreceived that Saleh hopes to open more locations next year. “We built the menu to be simple and straightforward. I worked very closely with chef Antoine, who has French-Vietnamese origins, over several months—this included a lot of traveling to decide exactly what we wanted to serve on the menu,” Saleh says.

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Diners can choose from a variety of noodle soups—formally known as pho, pronounced “fuh”—as well as banh mi, vermicelli salads and fresh rolls. There’s also a wide selection of gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian-friendly options. Coconut curry pho is the most popular dish, though Saleh recommends first-timers start with the lemongrass chicken banh mi. “There’s umami from our house-made hoisin aioli; Black Sesame savory, sweet and saltiness Tofu Vermicelli from the lemongrass marinade; Salad crunch and acid from pickles; and then top that off with some cucumber and jalapeños, with a good amount of fresh cilantro,” he says. “If you want to take it to the next level, add a fried egg or avocado. It’s one of the most balanced and delicious sandwiches ever.” The Vietnamese iced coffee—a super-strong brew thickened and sweetened by condensed milk—is another must-try. Healthy and satisfying, Vietnamese cuisine has a year-round appeal: cool, clear rice paper-wrapped rolls are refreshing on a hot summer afternoon, but during a chilly spell, nothing’s more comforting than an oversized bowl of steaming pho. As for the name? “Everything we serve on the menu is measured in inches or ounces,” Saleh explains.

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WHO: Multi-media journalist, ESPN 106.3FM on WPTV NewsChannel 5 and FOX 29 television sportscaster and radio personality Jason Pugh. WHAT: The Café Boulud White Cosmopolitan paired with the mezze plate of hummus, baba ghanoush, lavash and herb falafel; the charcuterie of selected house-cured meats and pâtés; and the Peekytoe Crab Capellini with fennel, bottarga, and Espelette pepper beurre blanc. WHERE: Café Boulud at The Brazilian Court Hotel, 301 Australian Ave., Palm Beach / 561.655.6060 /

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The moment I knew I wanted to become a sportscaster was: the first day I interned at

ESPN West Palm. It was the day after the Miami Heat had lost to the Detroit Pistons in the 2005 Eastern Conference Finals. I watched Evan Cohen (5 p.m. to 6 p.m. ESPN 106.3FM host) do a threehour radio show taking calls from angry Heat fans the entire time. I said to myself afterward, “This is what I want to do.”

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What I remember most about my first time on live television is: just how nervous I was.

There were a ton of college football bowl games on that day because it was Jan. 1, 2010. I was shaking when I got off the air from the adrenaline. It was exhilarating.

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As a former college football player, some people might be surprised to know that when it comes to sports, I’m a huge fan of: the

Washington Capitals. I never really watched hockey before I moved to D.C. Growing up in North Florida, hockey isn’t really a thing. When I got to Washington, the Capitals were my favorite team to cover. The players were down to earth, and everyone in the organiza-

tion was super professional and nice. I was thrilled when they won the Stanley Cup.

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Whether I was covering the Redskins, Capitals, Wizards and Nationals in Washington, or the world’s greatest golfers and tennis players here in West Palm Beach, I once got a little nervous in the presence of:

Tiger Woods. He held his annual tournament at Congressional while I was working in D.C. I was super nervous because I had to go first. I’d never met him before. I’d only seen him on TV. It was by far my most nerve-wracking interview ever. I think I asked him a total of three questions and that was it.

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People may see me on NewsChannel 5 and Fox 29, and hear me on ESPN 106.3FM, but what most people don’t realize about doing this job is: the tons of work that goes into

making a good show. Most people think you just hop on the radio or TV and start talking. There’s so much that goes on behind the scenes, editing video and sound, writing scripts, creating graphics, putting together a rundown. It’s also extremely gratifying to tell someone’s story to the community.

ABOUT THE COCKTAIL: The White Cosmopolitan 2 ounces Stolichnaya vodka 1 ounce St-Germain Elderflower liqueur 3/4 ounce white cranberry juice 1/2 ounce lime juice 1 Cafe Boulud signature frozen orchid flower ice ball Combine liquid ingredients in a shaker with ice. Shake vigorously; strain into a carafe. Place orchid ice ball in a martini glass, pour contents of carafe directly over ice ball.

A native of Atlantic Beach in North Florida, Jason Pugh attended Florida Atlantic University where he studied Mass Communications and played football. He began his on-air career at ESPN West Palm in 2007, before relocating to Washington, D.C. in 2012 to become a weekend sports anchor and reporter at NBC 4 WRC-TV. In 2018 he made his return to ESPN West Palm, where he currently serves as producer, anchor and on-air host for ESPN 106.3 on WPTV NewsChannel 5, FOX 29 and ESPN 106.3FM radio. A board member of Inner City Youth Golfers’ Inc., Pugh is actively involved in mentoring youth. He currently resides in West Palm Beach. 114

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Uncle Eddie’s Ristorante

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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.

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Atlantic Bar & Grill Four Seasons Resort 2800 S. Ocean Blvd. 561.582.2800 fourseasons.com Enjoy refreshing tropical

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Avocado Grill 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.

Bar Louie 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, and a Bloody Mary bar and Veuve specials on weekends.

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

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

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 court-

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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, handcut, 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.

The Italian Restaurant 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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Meat Market 191 Bradley Place Palm Beach 561.354.9800 meatmarket.net A sexier, more glamorous take on the traditional steak house, Meat Market is a dynamic offering of what’s great now; reflecting cuts of meat, delicate seafood and produce available and offered on a daily, weekly or seasonal basis.

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.

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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.

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.

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,

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Table 26 Palm Beach 1700 S. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561.855.2660 table26palm beach.com With exceptionally delicious comfort food dishes to bring you back to the basics of Global cuisine, this unique neighborhood eatery has a fullservice bar and complimentary valet.

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.

Testa’s Restaurant 221 Royal Poinciana Way Palm Beach 561.832.0992 testasrestaurants.com This landmark restaurant has a history of serving the beautiful island of Palm Beach since 1921. Dine on traditional American food with a great selection of seafood in an old Florida atmosphere.

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


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Your guide to upcoming, must-attend philanthropy events. NOV. 1 Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County Wellington Golf Classic; 12:30 p.m. shotgun start, 5 p.m. live auction and awards; $1,400, $300/foursome; bgcpbc.org NOV. 1 Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County The Habitat Gala ‘There’s No Place Like Home’; 6:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $450; one.bidpal.net/noplacelikehome NOV. 2 Swinging Fore The ARC Golf Tournament; 7:30 a.m.; Piper’s Landing Yacht & Country Club; Tickets from $300; arcmc.org NOV. 2 Evening of Celebration Gala; 6 p.m.; The Pine School; $150; thepineschool.org NOV. 2 Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Knights Hospitaller Knights and Dames Gala; 6:30 p.m.; Royal Palm Yacht Club; $275; osjflorida.org NOV. 2 Wounded Veterans Relief Fund Ball; 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.; The Country Club at Mirasol; $300; wvrf.org NOV. 2 The Hope Center for Autism Golf for Hope; 8 p.m.; Santa Lucia River Club at Ballantrae; $200/golf and lunch; hopecenterforautism.org NOV. 2, 3 Artists and Charities Hand in Hand Fine Art Show; 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Palm Beach County Convention Center; Free, $10 donation suggested; artistsandcharities.com NOV. 2, 3 Ballet Palm Beach ‘Cinderella’; Times vary; Kravis Center Rinker Play-

NOV. 9 Anime Architecture; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens; Ticket prices vary; morikami.org

Nov. 2 Last year’s Wounded Veterans Relief Fund Ball guests Robert D. Chelberg, Kimberly Reckley and Mike Durkee.

house; $42; balletpalmbeach.org NOV 4. JARC Golf Tournament; 12:30 p.m.; St. Andrews Country Club; $450, $1,700/foursome; jarcfl.org/events2/golf NOV 4. Culture and Cocktails: New Faces, Favorite Places; 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.; The Colony Palm Beach; Ticket prices vary; palmbeachculture.com. NOV. 7 Delray Beach Public Library Pride and Prosecco; 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Delray Beach Public Library; $65, $100/couple; delraylibrary.org/ pride-prosecco/ NOV. 7 Center for Family Services of Palm Beach County Dinner Dance; 7 p.m.; Club Colette; $500; ctrfam.org NOV. 8 Habitat For Humanity of South Palm Beach County Veterans Build; 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Boca Raton Sand Pine Park; habitatsouthpalmbeach.org NOV. 9 Caring Children Clothing Children Urban Youth Impact Fall Stampede 5K; 8 a.m.; Flagler Drive; $35; runsignup.com

from $50; jupitertheatre.org

NOV. 9 All Hands on Deck High School Sailing Fundraiser; 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.; U.S. Sailing Center Martin County; $45; usscmc.org

NOV. 18 TO 22 Dr. John E. Upledger Foundation Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Releasing the Grip of Physical, Emotional and Psychological Trauma; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Upledger Clinic; upledger.org

NOV. 10 Zoe Loren ‘Make a Difference’ Foundation 5K Run and Walk; 7:30 a.m.; Carlin Park; $35, $40/day of; zoeloren.org/events

NOV. 20 Alzheimer’s Community Care Lighten Your Load Caregiver Forum; 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Blake Library; Free; alzcare.org/caregiverforum

NOV. 11 Jupiter Medical Center Foundation Charity Golf Classic; 8:30 a.m. shotgun start; $1,500; jmcfoundation.org/ events

NOV. 22 Unicorn Children’s Foundation’s Community Inclusion Awards; 11:30 a.m.; Boca West Country Club; $125, $1,000/table of 10; unicornchildrensfoundation.org

NOV. 13 Center for Child Counseling Baubles & Baskets; 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.; Hog Snappers; $25; centerforchildcounseling.org NOV. 16 American Heart Association Palm Beach County Heart Walk; 8 a.m.; Meyer Amphitheatre; Free; palmbeachheartwalk.org NOV. 16 Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens ‘Sculpture in Motion: The Art of Preand Post-War Automobiles’; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Times vary; Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens; Ticket prices vary; ansg.org NOV. 16 The Pine School PineFest 50th Anniversary Celebration; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; The Pine School; $5; thepineschool.org NOV. 16 Maltz Jupiter Theatre Tony Award Winner Benefit Concert; 8 p.m.; Maltz Jupiter Theatre; Tickets

NOV. 22 Leeds Custom Design Party With the Pack; 7 p.m to 11 p.m.; Leeds Custom Design Showroom; $150/ adults, $100/junior; leedsendowment.org NOV. 23 Deck the Palms Boutique Market; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Palm Beach County Convention Center; Free; jlpb.org/ deck-the-palms NOV. 23 Loxahatchee River Historical Society ‘Rendezvous at the Light’; 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.; Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum; Tickets from $100; jupiterlighthouse.org NOV. 30 The Young Friends of Peggy Adams Party Animal Gala; 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.; The Norton Museum of Art; $275, $500/couple; palmbeachpartyanimal.org

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

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THE CAUSE: Golfers hit the green at The Dye Preserve Golf Club to help fund programs that empower children and adults with disabilities and their families. The Winner’s Circle Awards Ceremony recognized the victorious foursomes. PHOTOS BY TRACEY BENSON PHOTOGRAPHY 3

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1. Shayn March, John Bulfin, Larry Sherman, Brian Evans, Ron Brack and John Hurley 2. Don Davidson, Jim Agostinelli, Ralph Lipford and Warren Carr 3. Anthony Entenza, John Duran, Mike Dugan and Cole Hubka 4. Rob Mondone, Philip Thompson, Mark Montgomery and Randy Gray 5. Brian Evans and Russell Greene

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BACHELOR AUCTION FOR BLOOD CANCER THE CAUSE: The 10th annual event took place at Blue Martini West Palm Beach. It was hosted by Valerie F. Maslow and emceed by Virginia Sinicki from the KVJ Show and Josh Cohen of ESPN West Palm. In total, $85,000 was raised to benefit The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

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1. Anthony Maslow, Beckett Papa and Valerie F. Maslow 2. Ashley and Emma LaPaglia 3. Amber and Phil Williams 4. Kelly Sudell, Valerie F. Maslow, Tate Madden and Kelli Bodinizzo 5. Heather Greenhill Stohlman and Bonnie Timms

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THE CAUSE: More than 100 guests gathered at the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County’s Lake Worth Beach headquarters for the member preview to celebrate the Council’s latest exhibition. The exhibit features a diverse set of works by 33 professional Palm Beach County artists. PHOTOS BY JACEK PHOTO

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1. Alex Dreyfoos and Dave Lawrence 2. Dave Lawrence with Sherry and Steve Jacobs 3. David Cohen and Paul Bernabeo 4. Terre Rybovich, John Ward and Janice Laff 5. Barbara Stella and Sandra Stella

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DREAM RIDE KICKOFF RECEPTION THE CAUSE: The kickoff raised money for Florida Dream Riders to go to the Dream Ride Experience Weekend in Connecticut. Local supports, including Congressman Brian Mast, were in attendance. Funds raised totaled $2.4 million. 3

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1. Haley Lombardo, Brandon Boterf, Kyle Boos, Emily Papa and Ally Lombardo 2. Stacy Walgreen and Megan Weinberger 3. Lindsey Bader, Lindsey Goldenhersh and Bill Bowler 4. Steven Cargill, Lindsey Goldenhersh, Brad Davis, Jordan Ross, Zoie Weinberger and Brett Williams 5. Bob and Kathy Latham with Megan Weinberger

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EXECUTIVE WOMEN OF THE PALM BEACHES FOUNDATION WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP AWARDS LUNCHEON

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THE CAUSE: A crowd of 400 guests attended the annual luncheon at the Kravis Center during which The Cynthia Allen Gracey Women In Leadership Award was given to four exemplary women in Palm Beach County. Those women included Beth Walton, Elizabeth Hamma, Lisa Williams-Taylor and Mary Cleary Ierardi. PHOTOS BY GINA FONTANA

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1. Victoria Chouris and Beth Walton 2. Lisa Williams-Taylor and Jeri Muoio 3. Elizabeth Hamma and Marti LaTour 4. Mary Cleary Ierardi and Marsha Fishbane 5. Judith Mitchell and Julie Kime

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JUPITER POLICE OFFICER’S BALL THE CAUSE: Jupiter Police Foundation held its first Police Officer’s Ball at Trump National in Jupiter to support the Jupiter Police Department. More than 300 people attended the inaugural gala.  3

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1. Ethan Lazar, Jay Alpert and Daniel Kerr 2. Lauren Markow and Lauren Lomangino 3. Neil and Trisha Saffer with Dorothy and Ric Bradshaw 4. Jerry Somma, Emily Pantelides, Nick Linca, Marcia and Peter Moore and Kelly Dunn 5. Doug and Lina Surowitz, Johnny Cockrell and Candy Cane

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LEGAL AID SOCIETY OF PALM BEACH COUNTY RECOGNITION EVENING THE CAUSE: Palm Beach County Convention Center welcomed 800 guests and supporters of “access to justice” from all over the state of Florida to celebrate retired Florida Supreme Court Justice Barbara J. Pariente. PHOTOS BY TRACEY BENSON PHOTOGRAPHY

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1. Jorge and Zulma LaBarga, Barbara J. Pariente and Fred Hazouri 2. Kara Rockenbach, Sia Baker-Barnes and Michelle Suskauer 3.Tim and Patti Leonard 4. Daniela and Mariano Garcia 5. Amy Triggs and Robin Rosenberg

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LIGHTHOUSE LUMINARIES SUMMER WINE TASTING PARTY THE CAUSE: Lighthouse Luminaries celebrated the first anniversary of the Lighthouse Luminary Group on National Lighthouse Day with a wine tasting at 1000 North. Wine was donated by Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits. A raffle, new memberships and donations supported the Paint The Light project.

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1. Judy and Bill Wood with Margaret Pearson 2. Pamela Cohen and Nick Korniloff 3. Dari and Billy Bowman 4. Chris and Catherine Nielsen, Ilan Kaufer and Conner Kempe 5. Kelley Whitt and Rita Craig

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PALM BEACH NAVY SEALS EVE OF TRIBUTE

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Taking place at Mar-a-Lago Club, the fourth Biennial Evening of Tribute featured the Navy SEALs parachuting out of a plane and jumping out of a helicopter to save a fictitious ambassador in a mock hostage. Guests enjoyed cocktails on the Great Lawn and were greeted by the Sea Cadets while patriotic music played throughout the evening.

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1. Lew and Kathleen Crampton with Jeanne and David Rosow 2. Harold and Lori Corrigan with Paula and George Michel 3. Robert and Alyce Morrisey 4. Mollie Slattery, Elliot Hershberg and Ann Heathwood 5. Rebecca and Owen Williams

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PALM BEACH COUNTY FOOD BANK CELEBRATION THE CAUSE: Community leaders and Palm Beach County Food Bank supporters came together for an evening of celebration when Marti LaTour and George Elmore hosted a reception at their Gulfstream home. Guests were greeted with cocktails and passed hors d’oeuvres as they mingled throughout the home. PHOTOS BY CAPEHART

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1. Caroline Villanueva, Jeff Stoops and Karen Erren 2. Ava Parker and Joe Gibbons 3. Alex and Renate Dreyfoos 4. George Elmore, Marti LaTour and Dave Aronberg 5. Brad Hurlburt and Laura Russell

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ADOPT-A-FAMILY OF THE PALM BEACHES BETTER BALL INVITATIONAL

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THE CAUSE: Golfers met at the Jack Nicklaus designed Banyan Cay Resort & Golf in West Palm for the Adopt-A-Family of the Palm Beaches’ eighth annual Better Ball Invitational Golf Tournament. The sold-out event raised more than $150,000. PHOTOS BY TRACEY BENSON PHOTOGRAPHY

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1. Tim Rappold, Michael Murray, Ryan Shealy and Andy McDermott 2. James Crowley, Eric Coffman, Christopher Benvenuto and Chris Burke 3. Chris Schmitz, Keith Berg, Christopher Johnson, and Eric van Schaik 4. Joan Moran, Barb Dunfee, Linda Edelman and Jayne Donahue 5. Joe Carron and Ray Celedinas.

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SOUTH FLORIDA SCIENCE CENTER STEM AWARDS THE CAUSE: The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium honored six individual and business leaders in scientific research and education at its recent STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Awards. Guests enjoyed a cocktail reception, dinner, music, interesting science demonstrations and an awards ceremony to celebrate the honorees. PHOTOS BY CAPEHART

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1. Sankaranarayanaiyer Chandramohan and Bijayita Thapa 2. Jennifer Thomas and Nicole Baganz 3. Ann and Timothy Milton 4. Cynthia and Marco Pilloni 5. Taylor and Josh Guittap

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ne of the petty rewards of a journalism career is that you usually get a free obituary. Those don’t come easily these days with newspapers scraping for every penny they can make. But newspaper and magazine writers—even undistinguished ones—usually have friends who take the trouble to note their passing, often exaggerating their contributions to the profession. We recall reading about a fellow we worked with at a small paper in Pennsylvania more than 50 years ago, who died while working for an even smaller paper. It took a few weeks, but eventually, a flattering obit appeared in one of the major Philadelphia papers. Thus, it is that we belatedly announce with sadness that the author of our recent article on a young girl spending summers at Mar-a-Lago, as a family member when Marjorie Merriweather Post owned it, may never have seen her story in print. It ran in the September issue of our Palm Beach County magazines. We did not know at the time that Jennifer Rahel Conover, whose story was autobiographical, had died of a heart attack just as the magazine came out. She was 76. Strangely, we did not learn of her death until the beginning of October, and only then because a relative canceled the subscription in her name. There had been considerable communication between Jennifer and our editors in preparing the story. She submitted it late last year, but there were some delays in getting the piec-

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es together. She needed to find old pictures. When they were lost in the email system, she had to find them again and resend. But it finally ran, with an attractive presentation. The subject matter, including knowing President Trump, went beyond her childhood memories to tell the story of that great estate’s seriously over budget architectural design. The piece will likely be submitted in one of the regional magazine contests, in one of the historical categories. iven all the work that went into it, it seemed odd that we did not hear from her after it appeared. Writers usually want additional copies of their work. We were out of town for a while, but nobody contacted us, and apparently, there was nothing in the paper in Fort Lauderdale, where she lived. We knew her for at least 30 years, and she contributed to our magazines every so often, but everyone we can think of who knew her and might have called was already gone. It’s one of the problems that comes with age, although today 76 is not that old. Her death did not go totally unnoticed, however. There was a detailed obit in the Washington Post,

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but we found that only after checking the internet to confirm her death. The reason it ran in Washington was Jennifer’s unusual political family history. Her father, with whom she was not close (he liked women he wasn’t married to) was a general on the staff of Gen. John Pershing in World War I, and later served under Gen. Douglas MacArthur. The connection to Mar-a-Lago was through her grandfather, Joseph E. Davies, of whom she was very fond. He has been described as Marjorie Merriweather Post’s “favorite husband” of the four creditworthy men in that contest. He was an important man—ambassador to Russia during World War II and close to President Franklin Roosevelt. But she also had an uncle, Sen. Millard Tydings, and a cousin, Sen. Joseph D. Tydings, both from Maryland. Locally, she was active in the yachting community and considered an able sailor. Writing was not her first calling. As a young woman she was a model, and later worked for the Fort Lauderdale interior design firm Rablen Shelton. The Post reported that she decorated the Nixon San Clemente and D.C. residences. Her first two marriages ended in divorce, but she was married to Ted Conover for the last 36 years. They traveled widely, and she published travel pieces in newspapers and magazines. She also wrote a book, “Toasts for Every Occasion.” All in all, it was quite a life and deserving of at least a modest send-off. And Jennifer, please accept our apologies for the delay.

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