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CONTENTS FEATURES

88 / WINNER TAKES ALL Polo player Hilario Ulloa shares his passions on and off the field By Michele Meyer

JANUARY 2020

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Table setting at a party hosted by Rob Gray and Teddy Vlock

92 / WILD BEAUTY Western-inspired wear that puts the posh in prairie Photography by Gabor Jurina

104 / RUSTIC ELEGANCE

Two young equestrian businessmen throw a chic dinner party By Linda Marx

112 / HORSE WHISPERER A photographer’s insight into capturing her favorite subject Photography by Nicole Schultz

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INSIDER 45 / LOCAL SPOTLIGHT Diego Cappella brings the glory of slo-mo polo into focus

46 / TOUCHDOWN Everything you need to know about Super Bowl LIV

48 / NEW & NOW An innovative photography exhibit sets sail, and the juice on Florida’s signature citrus

STYLE 55 / THE LOOK Bucket bags to buzz about, plus other garden garb

58 / TRENDSETTERS

PR and marketing guru Elisabeth Munder highlights her favorite places, bites, and must-haves

60 / BIJOUX Sterling silver jewels that are simply stunning

62 / BEAUTY

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ESCAPE 71 / WANDERLUST Bawah Reserve in Indonesia ups the ante on private island vacations By Paul Rubio

76 / QUICK TRIPS Barefoot luxury abounds at St. Regis Bahia Beach By Daphne Nikolopoulos

78 / TRAVEL JOURNAL

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155 TASTE 143 / LIBATIONS

The Eau unveils a new Champagne-centric bar concept

144 / LOCAL BITES

Our editors showcase their top pasta dishes, Sourbon Kitchen & Bar opens in downtown West Palm Beach, and two Wellington restos that are worth a visit

152 / OFF THE VINE

A who’s who of the Naples Winter Wine Festival’s vintners By Mark Spivak

HOME 155 / DESIGN

A modern abode that prioritizes sustainability

156 / ELEMENTS

Refresh interiors with white decor and accessories

158 / INSPIRED LIVING

Amanda Lindroth’s design and entertaining tips and picks

BALANCE 183 / MINDFULNESS

The correlation between bird-watching and happiness

DAN FORER

184 / HEALTH & FITNESS

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188 / WEALTH

This year’s forecast for real estate in South Florida

AGENDA 193 / TOP BILLING

Palm Beach Opera stages Puccini’s final musical triumph, Turandot, at the Kravis Center

194 / ARTS & CULTURE

What to see and do this month

SEEN 209 / PALM BEACH MAGAZINE TODD ROSENBERG

Hot parties, beautiful people

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Self-care selections and beauty essentials that are equal parts fun and functional

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I L L U S T R A T E D Publisher Terry Duffy Editor in Chief Daphne Nikolopoulos Creative Director Olga M. Gustine EDITORIAL Managing Editor Mary Murray Senior Editor Liz Petoniak Fashion Editor Katherine Lande Wine & Spirits Editor Mark Spivak Lifestyle Editor Liza Grant Smith Automotive Editor Howard Walker Travel Editor Paul Rubio Web & Social Media Editor Dallas Holland DESIGN Art Directors Airielle Farley, Jenny Fernandez-Prieto, Ashley Meyer Digital Imaging Specialist Leonor Alvarez-Maza CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Judy Martel, Linda Marx, Michele Meyer, Emily Pantelides, Skye Sherman CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Diego Cappella, Gabor Jurina, Jerry Rabinowitz, Nicole Schultz SOCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS Tracey Benson, Janis Bucher, CAPEHART, Davidoff Studios, Jacek Gancarz, Corby Kaye’s Studio Palm Beach, LILA Photo, Paulette Martin and Amy Meister ADVERTISING Senior Account Manager Deidre Wade, 561-472-1902, dwade@palmbeachmedia.com Account Managers Melissa Zolin Schwartz, 561-472-1922, mschwartz@palmbeachmedia.com; Dina Turner, 561-472-2201, dturner@palmbeachmedia.com Marketing Manager Shalyn Ormsby Sales Assistant Ashley Fleak PRODUCTION Production Manager Selene M. Ceballo Production Coordinators Brian Beach, George Davis Production Assistant Kassandre Kallen Advertising Design Coordinator Jeffrey Rey OPERATIONS Chief Operating Officer Todd Schmidt Process Integration Manager Sue Martel Digital Operations Manager Bill Fleak Circulation/Subscriptions Administrator Marjorie Leiva Distribution Manager Judy Heflin Accounts Receivable Specialist Lourdes Linares Administrative Assistant Annie Portuondo CUSTOM PUBLISHING Editor and Director, Custom Content Michelle Lee Ribeiro Editor, Naples Custom Content Cathy Chestnut SUBSCRIPTIONS 800-308-7346

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Who doesn’t love a Champagne cocktail? This little beauty, offered at the new Champagne Bar at Eau Palm Beach, calls my name. Page 143.

LIBBY VOLGYES

Years ago, I watched a young Hilario Ulloa take to the field at the International Polo Club. He was an up-and-comer at the time, but the power of his swing and his laser focus on the goal made it clear that his star was on the rise. It comes as no surprise that he is now ranked among the top 10 players in the world. To be sure, the Argentine 10-goaler makes polo look easy—and breathtakingly exciting. If you haven’t watched him play, I recommend you make a point of it this season, now underway at IPC and other polo venues in Wellington. Before you do, read Michele Meyer’s compelling cover story on Hilario, whom fellow polo player Fred Mannix Jr. calls “relentless as a pit bull.” My favorite anecdote is this one: When the head of Hilario’s mallet broke off during a match, he reversed it and scored a goal with the handle. Talk about determination. To learn more about this polo powerhouse, turn to “Winner Takes All” on page 88. Show jumping, also in full swing this month, comes with its own traditions, including casual celebrations barnside. This month we go inside the gorgeous barn of young show jumper Teddy Vlock for a party he hosted with his business partner, Rob Gray. Rob and Teddy love to entertain friends and fellow equestrians in an outdoor setting, and always near their beloved horses. For this chic dinner by the stables, they combined rural simplicity with a refined menu from their restaurant venture, Trophy Room. Check out their “Rustic Elegance” style, and be inspired for your own alfresco gatherings, on page 104. The country motifs continue in “Wild Beauty” (page 92), a fashionable tribute to Western style with a decidedly modern edge. Photographed against the bucolic backdrop of Pine Creek Sporting Club in Okeechobee, this super romantic story will leave you longing for foggy mornings and acres of grassy plains. Enjoy the issue!

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WHO: Dreyfoos School of the Arts Foundation WHAT: Dreyfoos in White WHERE: Currie Park, West Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: After learning of the secret location an hour before the event, attendees descended upon Currie Park to decorate festive tables and dance the night away.

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WHO: Children’s Home Society of Florida WHAT: Ultimate Dinner Party WHERE: Private residences, Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: For this twenty-seventh annual event, CHS supporters either dined in small groups or took part in Supper by the Bite, a new option that featured elaborate culinary stations.

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INSIDER By Skye Sherman

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Polo season is upon us, but art by Buenos Aires–born Diego Cappella suggests that the naked eye misses much of its beauty. Cappella’s motion-blurred polo photography depicts the invisible vibrancy of the game. His series “Fast Polo: A Contemporary Vision” comprises pieces that capture the dexterity, strength, and finesse of horses and riders. Cappella’s introduction to polo came in 1998 when he began dating his now-wife, Dolores Obregon, and soon gained in-laws heavily involved in the sport. However, Cappella didn’t see it through the lens of artistry until 2015. “I was watching a polo match, and I realized the intensity, the colors, the movement, the speed,” he says. “I was caught in the moment, and I had this urge to re-create what I was experiencing to show it to the rest of the world, regardless of their interest or knowledge of the game.” Through “Fast Polo,” Cappella sees himself as an intermediary between competition and viewer; he captures a plot of time, but it is the viewer who infers the speed and strength behind each image. (diegocappella.com)

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PBI’s PRIMER on what the Magic City has in store for the biggest night in SPORTS Florida football fans, rejoice: Super Bowl LIV will play out at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens February 2. It’s Miami’s record-breaking eleventh time hosting the big game, more than any other city. Between 2020 ringing in the NFL’s 100th season and $500 million in renovations at Hard Rock Stadium, the fan experience will be more epic than ever before. To top it all off, Jennifer Lopez and Shakira will co-headline the halftime show. With modernizations completed in 2017, Hard Rock Stadium is more than a sports venue—it’s a public art experience. Splashed with murals by 18 artists from 10 countries, it’s one of the world’s largest street art museums. New premium seating— such as the 72 Club, four-person private living room boxes, open-air suites, and 100-level corner terraces—as well as a 626,000-square-foot shade canopy that can cover up to 92 percent of fans makes spectating not merely bearable but pleasant. Whether or not you score tickets to the main event, you can still be part of the action: Super Bowl Live is a free, family-friendly festival at Bayfront Park from January 25 to February 1. The football-themed festivities will amp up team spirit and celebrate Miami’s diversity—think performances by local tal-

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ent; Tailgate Town, a pre-game party with celebrity chefs, tailgating concessions, and games; a concert series in the amphitheater; water shows; evening parades; and fireworks. Another Super Bowl Live attraction, Road to the Eleventh, involves an oversized Astroturf football field functioning as a grandentry thoroughfare to Super Bowl Live, with displays honoring the past 10 Miami Super Bowls. Locally, the City of West Palm Beach is hosting a special Super Bowl pre-party on Thursday, January 30. Planning to attend? Skip the I-95 madness and take Brightline, then connect to the Metromover for a free ride that will deposit you directly at Bayfront Park.

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To deepen your understanding of area history, take a step back in time—and onto the water. Open through the end of February, Foreverglades is a floating public art installation by Sofia Valiente with photographs depicting life in the Glades. Over the course of five years, Valiente, a Belle Glade resident, sought to capture

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FRESH SQUEEZED December to May marks peak orange season in Florida, and locals can indulge in the Sunshine State’s juiciest delicacy— or ship a box of sunshine to snow-logged Northerners—at family-owned staples such as Palm Beach Groves and Juno Beach’s TerMarsch Groves. But the most notable of South Florida’s citrus comes from Fort Pierce and is available around the world through Natalie’s Orchid Island Juice Company. Now a major international brand, the business materialized when Marygrace Sexton began juicing fruit from the Indian River groves of her husband, a fourth-generation grower.

portraits of significant locations and residents in this oftoverlooked region. Most unique about the exhibit, however, is its setting: To fully immerse visitors in old-Florida history, Foreverglades is housed in a 41-foot 1920s freight steamboat replica docked in the Stub Canal Turning Basin in Howard Park in West Palm Beach. During the early twentieth century, before roads connected the two communities, ships came to the basin with food and goods from rural Belle Glade, enabling West Palm Beach to expand more rapidly than neighboring cities. Settled in 1925, the Glades were a major agricultural hub and thus fed much of South Florida’s growth. Through the images, Valiente aims to recognize Belle Glade’s pivotal role in South Florida’s developmental success. The exhibition is free and open to the public. (facebook.com/rootedinthemuck)

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More than 30 years in, Natalie’s juice remains clean-label, small-batch, and minimally processed—it’s squeezed on a weekly basis—but the product lineup is evolving with the launch of cold-pressed juices containing functional adaptogens, botanicals, spices, and superfoods. PBI caught up with next-gen juice lady Natalie Sexton, the company’s namesake, for some citrusy insight. (orchid islandjuice.com)

PBI: How can South Floridians best enjoy citrus season? Sexton: Visit local orange groves and pick fresh citrus off the tree. What’s special about the state’s citrus? Florida produces the highest quality oranges due to our tropical geographic region and nutrientenriched soil. It produces a bountiful, juicy, and sweet citrus crop. Any fun citrus season facts? On average, it takes about 44 oranges to make a gallon of orange juice, due to the fact that there are different varieties of oranges grown throughout the season. And within each variety, there’s variation in juice quantity and quality, because some oranges produce higher juice quantities. There are over 11 different varieties of oranges grown in Florida.

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Bawah’s sheer beauty. Lowlying, palm-studded islets contrast high-rising granitic islands blanketed in dense jungle canopy, all framed by blue-ombré waters and encircled by a continuous coral reef. Exit on to a floating wooden footbridge, and Bawah’s manmade marvels come into view along and above the downy sands: 11 wooden overwater bungalows, 24 safari-inspired tented suites, the openair Aura spa complex, and four design-forward restaurants, including one in the treetops and one in the sand, with swing chairs, no less. To minimize impact to the environment, the guest rooms and amenities were intentionally constructed along the principal island’s southern perimeter. And to harmonize with nature, all were designed with both sustainability and style in mind, as reflected in the artful use of local timber, driftwood, island stones, rope, bamboo, recycled copper, and canvas over transitional indoor-outdoor spaces.

The sublime scene is now set, but exactly how you maximize it is up to you. Bawah’s all-inclusive rate means that unlimited dining (minus alcohol) and activities (except diving) are fair game, as are daily spa treatments—so yes, you can get a 60-minute massage per day. It’s entirely possible to disappear into your private eco-chic sanctuary, relishing the views over languid days, exiting only for a deep tissue or to walk on water along the massive sand bars at low tide. Alternatively, immerse completely in Bawah’s natural bounties. Explore the biodiversity of this marine conservation area with a selfguided or group snorkeling trip. Hike up to five jungle trails including the one-hour Blue Trail, which boasts the best bird’s-eye views of the reserve, and the Orange Trail, where you can ogle Bawah’s granite peaks. Choose between dive-site reefs, depending on your skill set and species’ goals. The Muerba Reef showcases some of the healthiest coral formations in the region, teeming with black gorgonian fan coral and prolific schools of bumphead parrotfish,

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angelfish, rabbitfish, and black-tipped reef sharks. Grab a see-through kayak or catch a speedboat to travel to the other surrounding islands, snagging a beach all to yourself. With advance notice, the staff can stock the island with a gourmet lunch, cocktails, and loungers in anticipation of your arrival. There’s also a major bonus for foodies. While plenty of Western items can be found, from grilled meats to fresh pastas and house-made pizzas, it’s the authentic Indonesian and panAsian cuisine that stands out. Discover mie goreng (an Indonesian stir-fried noodle dish), charred, marinated sotong with gado gado (squid skewers with blanched local greens in a spicy peanut sauce), and pepes ikan (steamed fish in banana leaf with coconut and lemongrass-infused rice), all while admiring the serene surrounds. Bawah’s four restaurants— Tree Tops, Jules Verne, Grouper Bar, and The Boat House—are covered but open-air, lending to Instagram-worthy vistas, beach-conscious menus, a casual ambience, and an overall chill vibe. All this to say, don’t pack long-sleeves or

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stilettos, don’t expect to find a secret party, and don’t plan on dining on foie gras. Bawah just isn’t that kind of place. As can be expected, reaching this far-flung paradise takes time, but the process is seamless. Fly to Singapore Changi Airport from the U.S., typically leaving one morning and landing the next day in the early evening (thanks, International Date Line). Overnight in Singapore, and then rise, shine, and forget about logistics—the Bawah team will collect you from your hotel and escort you on a one-hour ferry to Singapore’s neighboring island, Batam, Indonesia. From there, you’ll hop on a 75-minute seaplane to Bawah, arriving by lunchtime. Given Bawah’s latitude at just two degrees north of the equator, there’s really no bad time to visit—sunny, hot, and mildly humid conditions are the norm. Yes, dry season technically

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The final leg in the journey to Bawah is a one-hour ferry to Batam, followed by a 75-minute seaplane ride to the resort, where lush landscapes captivate and scenic vistas abound.

runs June to October and rainy season November to March, but the latter typically spells short, sudden showers. Though Bawah is only 150 miles away from Singapore, it receives half the amount of annual precipitation, so Singaporean weather won’t be a helpful guide. That being said, don’t wait too long to visit Bawah. Not because of global climate change—though that case could be made—but because

the reserve, which opened in early 2018, is still very much a travel secret. Everyone’s done Bora Bora, Fiji, and the Maldives. Few have experienced this nextgeneration Shangri-La. And, as if the overwater love nests and beach tents weren’t enough, this spring Bawah is set to introduce Elang, a resort-within-a-resort concept on its own eponymous island. Guests staying in one of Elang’s five multi-bedroom villas will be privy to exclusive use of the island, its private restaurant, bar, and beaches included, and have free rein over the rest of greater Bawah’s enticements. Be still our jet-setting hearts. (bawahreserve.com) «

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Located on a former coconut plantation between the El Yunque National Forest and Espíritu Santo River State Preserve, St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort has long lured travelers with the siren song of sea and nature. Such gifts, of course, can be a double-edged sword. When Hurricane Maria brought Puerto Rico to its knees in 2017, this iconic resort was among many that suffered damage because of proximity to the sea and a virgin, biodiverse nature preserve. The good news is Puerto Rico has bounced

back from the devastation, and resorts like the St. Regis are better than ever. Following a $60 million renovation, the resort reopened with reimagined public areas, fully redecorated rooms and suites, a new restaurant, and a fresh, contemporary aesthetic. Inspired by the natural surroundings, Puerto Rican designer Nono Maldonado modern-

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Clockwise from above: The Governor’s Suite great room opens to a large terrace; El Yunque National Forest looms above the property; the lively St. Regis Bar; Robert Trent Jones Jr. golf course; Paros, the resort’s nouveau-Greek restaurant.

ized the property with clean lines and a palette of whites and blues that bow to the views of ocean and lush vegetation. Ground-floor suites open up to palm-strewn lawns that lead to a 2-mile-long beach, inviting long strolls or a midday nap on a hammock. Combined with St. Regis’ famous butler service, available at the touch of a button, the privacy of these accommodations

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makes the property feel more like a gracious vacation home. The main house, Casa Grande, also has received an extensive facelift. The St. Regis Bar is a lively place in the evenings. Guests tend to gather here after the nightly sabering ritual conducted on the grand lawn at dusk. In this long-held tradition at St. Regis properties around the world, sommeliers uncork a bottle of Champagne using a sword and pour bubbly for those in attendance. As night falls, guests follow the pervasive trill of the coquí—tiny frogs indigenous to Puerto Rico—to the resort’s new restaurant, Paros. The elevatedMediterranean menu features a new take on Greek classics, such as Chilean sea bass souvlaki, DIY gyro with slow-cooked pork, and lobster rice with tomato, bell pepper, and ouzo. Highly recommended: grilled lobster with ladolemono (oil and lemon) sauce.

A visit to El Yunque National Forest, Puerto Rico’s highly diverse 29,000-acre rainforest, is a must when vacationing on the island’s northeast coast. While storms have taken their toll on this natural treasure, and restoration efforts are still underway, its immense biodiversity persists. Several trails lead into the heart of the forest, where 240 species of trees, 150 types of ferns, and countless varieties of flowers, including orchids, exist in pristine tropical surroundings, fed by a staggering 100 billion gallons of annual rainfall. The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort concierge team can provide updates on accessibility and events while restoration continues. In the meantime, the 483-acre resort’s Gold Audubon Signature Sanctuary beckons with lush native vegetation surrounding marshes, lakes, mangroves, and freshwater swamps. Two bird sanctuaries house species like woodpeckers, hummingbirds, and the rare Puerto Rican parrot, best viewed—and heard—during early morning strolls.

If the tranquil surroundings don’t melt away the real-world stress, the Iridium Spa certainly will. Oriented around a courtyard garden, it presents several treatments that utilize local ingredients like coffee (an antioxidant), rum (good for sports injuries), and tropical fruits (rich in vitamins). Up the ante on luxury by opting to have a massage in a beachside cabana—it’s especially lovely by candlelight as the day fades into night. (bahiabeachpuertorico.com) « PALMBEACHILLUSTRATED.COM | JANUARY 2020

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The Beauty of BOGOTÁ

WHEN TO GO December through March, when the weather is driest.

BRUCE HELANDER

Garden designer Claudia Helander was born in Bogotá, Colombia, to an architect father who instilled an early appreciation for the balance between the city’s cosmopolitan center and coffee-growing Andes surrounding. Her tropical upbringing is partially to thank for the beauty of local vignettes like Café Boulud’s living wall, landscaping at the Esplanade, and the flourishing foliage of many private estates. Helander’s family has a home in downtown Bogotá, where she and her husband, artist Bruce Helander, visit regularly. Nicknamed “the Athens of South America” for its many universities and libraries, Bogotá is rich in culture, history, and exotic foods and crafts. At home in Lake Worth and downtown West Palm Beach, where she assists with Bruce’s art in their two-story studio at The Whitney, Helander likes to start her day before sunrise—with the help of a strong cup of Colombian coffee. —Skye Sherman AN ALFRESCO OUTING A visit to the Jardín Botánico de Bogotá José Celestino Mutis (jbb.gov. co) is memorable for its remarkable species of native plants in a beautiful, natural atmosphere.

Bogotá, Colombia

SIGNATURE DRINK Aguardiente is the national drink, and the best brand (among many) is Real Sin Azucar. A word of caution: Moderation is strongly recommended with this notorious liquid. A SOLO ADVENTURE If you feel like exploring, there’s La Ciclovía, a Spanish term that means “cycleway,” where large sections of the city are closed off to automobiles for unrestricted bike riding and walking on Sunday mornings.

La Ciclovía

Monserrate

Museum of Gold

SCENIC LOOKOUT Monserrate is a hill that towers 3,000 meters above sea level and features a historic cathedral coupled with a breathtaking view of the city and beyond.

Museo Botero

An Artsy excursion The Museo Botero has the largest collection of works by Fernando Botero, a celebrated artist and native Colombian.

MUST-TRY bite A local dish called bandeja paisa, which is a kind of bouillabaisse concoction of sausage with rice, avocado, and other exotic ingredients and topped with a fried egg.

A CULTURAL EXPERIENCE The Museum of Gold has a remarkable display of items made exclusively from gold—the largest in the world, with more than 30,000 pieces of gold artifacts— and is one of the most visited highlights in the city. It features an extraordinary selection of pre-Colombian objects.

WHERE TO EAT 80 Sillas (80 sillas.com) is famous for grilled local fish and exotic native dishes. Criterion (criterion.com.co) presents traditional fusion food in an authentic atmosphere. Doña Elvira (restaurante donaelvira.com) serves Colombian fare and is known for its Bogotá soup.

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The super-exclusive 2020 ALPINA B7 is a 600-hp luxury rocket ship By Howard Walker Google the teeny town of Buchloe in Germany’s Bavaria region and the search results will be rather meager. Population 13,000. The Gasthof Eichel is the only bed-and-breakfast in the area. For fine dining you’re pretty much limited to the Hong Kong Garten; I hear the crispy duck with sauerkraut is divine. Don’t believe me? Head to TripAdvisor and hit the “Things to Do in Buchloe” tab and it actually comes up blank. But to automobile lovers with a passion for BMW, a trip to Buchloe is the equivalent of a pilgrimage to Mecca. For there, on Alpenstrasse just out of town, is the headquarters of Alpina Burkard Bovensiepen GmbH—Alpina, for short. For the past 50 years, this small, family-owned business has been cranking out some of the most coveted performance BMWs of all time.

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Cars like this exquisite $142,800 BMW Alpina B7 I’ve been piloting. Here is a 600-horsepower intercontinental ballistic missile of a four-door supercar that’s the fastest production BMW money can buy. How fast? Flat out it can top 205 mph. This is not some one-off offering from a backstreet custom shop. While Alpina developed the B7, BMW builds it, meaning it comes with a full BMW warranty and, here in the U.S., is only available at BMW dealerships. It is the most exclusive, bespoke, and exquisite new BMW money can buy. Fewer than 400 Alpinas are sold in the U.S. annually, making them rarer than any Bentley. The car is based closely on BMW’s latest flagship 7 Series. Yes, the one with the supersized kidney grille. Alpina takes the elongated 750i model and performs its Merlin-like wizardry on pretty much every mechanical component, with spectacular results. The stock 4.4-liter twinturbo V-8 gets uprated to 600 hp and 590 lb-ft. The 8-speed automatic is optimized for the new engine’s low-end torque. The turbos blow harder, the exhaust breathes deeper, and the all-wheel drive directs increased power to the rear for more agile handling.

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WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO LEAVE? Changing residence is a legal matter, so follow the guidance of your independent legal and tax advisors before doing anything. There

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make a checklist to keep organized and stay on track.

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Even while practicing alone, Hilario Ulloa performs the same fearless, focused moves that make him the Michael Jordan of the equine set. He’s ranked among the world’s top 10 polo players, and his confidence in the saddle hints at a history steeped in horses. With his mallet behind his back, he leans far off his steed—at 40 miles per hour, no less. Somehow, he knows where the ball is and slams it home. “I was practically born on horseback,” says Ulloa, offering a nonplussed explanation for his super-human skills. For those who know him best, it’s his drive to win that most sets the 34-year-old apart from his competitors. “Hilario’s very intense,” says fellow Argentine 10-goaler Guillermo “Sapo” Caset, who’s played with—and against—Ulloa since age 12. “He has to win, even if it’s PlayStation or ping-pong. He’s really, really competitive.” That tenacious pursuit earned Ulloa a 10-goal rank, the highest possible, in the U.S., his native Argentina, and England at age 30. He was only 24 when he became a 9-goaler. He’s played in Wellington for the past nine years, racking up triumphs such as the 2018 U.S. Polo Open Championship. 88

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Ulloa’s career boasts an array of highlights, including winning the 2018 U.S. Open Polo Championship in Wellington as part of the Daily Racing Form team.

“To play against Hilario is really tough because he never quits,” Caset says. “He comes back stronger and stronger.” Indeed, when the head of his stick broke off during semifinal play of the 2011 British Open, Ulloa reversed the mallet and scored a goal with its handle. Determination isn’t the only quality that makes Ulloa a champ and coveted teammate. Many praise his generosity, dry wit, love of horses, and ability to push others to reach their full potential. “Hilario is a great guy,” says Jared Zenni, who played on Daily Racing Form with Ulloa when they won the U.S. Open. “He’s humble and down-to-earth.” “If you pick the right team, work hard during the season, and have good horses, you can’t guarantee a win, but you can guarantee a good season,” adds Ulloa. Because polo is a high-stakes sport with only four athletes per team, synergy is key. As it happens, Ulloa has some experience being part of a foursome; he’s one of four children of lauded horse breeder and tamer Carlos “Polito” Ulloa. By age 5, he was playing polo against brother, Salvador, then 7. All three of Polito’s sons—including Carlos “Toly” Ulloa—are polo pros, and his daughter, Esmeralda, is married to one. At 16, Ulloa’s mother, Monica, sent him to Saint-Tropez, Belgium, and Switzerland to sub for an injured pro. “I realized then this could be my career and a great life,” says Ulloa. Now he competes almost year-round, traveling extensively to play in such areas as the Hamptons, Santa Barbara, and Aspen. It’s no hardship,

he notes. “You’re in the most beautiful places when the weather is beautiful.” But Ulloa’s appreciation for fine weather belies his doggedness on the field. In 2014, Canada’s top polo player, Fred Mannix Jr., is said to have called his one-time teammate as “relentless as a pit bull.” Earlier this year, officials red-flagged Ulloa during the C.V. Whitney Cup Final and pulled him from the first game of the USPA Gold Cup in Wellington, a move that was later reversed. “It crushed him for a few days,” says Matt Coppola, who played with Ulloa on Las Monjitas. “That’s a sensitive subject.” It remains so, one Ulloa declines to address. The rare times Ulloa loses, such as a Las Monjitas loss to Pilot in the U.S. Polo Open Championship last April, he tries to take it with a grain of salt. “Just as in childhood, I remember to cry,” he deadpans. Win or lose, he studies video of every minute of play. “I’ve had a lot of setbacks. Each time you lose you learn from that and get stronger. You work harder to improve.” “The guy is probably the hardest working player and best horseman in polo right now,” says Coppola, a Wellington native. “He’s in the gym six days a week. He rides and studies film of players every day. The way he works is why he’s so good. The guy’s a fanatic about horses and polo.” His teammates even rely on him to choose which mares to ride and when during competition. “Hilario’s the ultimate horse whisperer,” notes Coppola. But off the field, Ulloa

is unassuming. “That humility is among the reasons he’s at the top,” Zenni adds. Though fiercely focused, Ulloa lives up to his first name—Hilario translates to “hilarious” in Spanish. “He’s always smiling and cracking jokes,” Zenni says. “He knows how to lighten the mood in practice and between chukkers [the seven-minute periods, between which riders change horses to avoid exhausting them]. He’s fun to be around.” Naturally, Ulloa met his wife, Maria Clara “Clarita” Ferraiuelo, at a polo match in Buenos Aires. At the time, Ferraiuelo was engaged to someone else—but she wasn’t three years later in 2007 when they met again while on vacation in Punta del Este, Uruguay. They married on his parents’ farm in December 2013 during a brief break between the Argentine Triple Crown and the Palm Beach polo season. Together, they have two young daughters, Lavinia and Amber. “It’s funny because almost everything in my world is named Lavinia,” Ulloa says. “All the horses I breed have Lavinia as part of their name, my parents’ farm is Lavinia, and so is my daughter. We end up saying, ‘Lavinia is at Lavinia watching Lavinia horses.’” As for Amber, Ulloa says they “wanted a name you rarely hear in Argentina.” The family and their two Jack Russell Terriers accompany Ulloa wherever the game takes him. A longtime personal trainer also joins the caravan to ensure Ulloa’s agile, lithe, and strong, while tutors help his daughters keep pace with classmates in Argentina.

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Ulloa stables 25 horses in the U.S., 12 to 14 in England, and more than 100 in Argentina. There, the Las Monjitas team practices on La Hache, the 50-acre farm he bought seven years ago. “It always was my dream,” says Ulloa, who notes that horse-breeding is his greatest polo pride. It’s a love he inherited from his father, and a task that requires much patience as mares can take up to eight years to reach their potential. Heroica, Ulloa’s 5-year-old chestnut on which his brother Salvador competes, was named this year’s American Horse Polo Association Best Playing Pony. He shares this passion for horses with his daughters, who often visit his stables in the late afternoon to play and ride the ponies. He’ll never pressure them to follow in his footsteps, however. “It’s up to them to choose whatever career they want,” he says. Ulloa’s fatherly role extends to his fellow players. “He teaches me everything” says his younger brother, Toly. “Not just polo, but how to work hard and be a better person.” “I pick his brain, and he’s more than happy to go above and beyond to help me,” adds Zenni. Caset says Ulloa brings out the best in people. “When you see him playing that fiercely, it makes you want to play harder.” Once Ulloa retires from competition, he hopes to make his living breeding and selling horses. He also intends to expand his own polo club in Pilar from its current 20 members. “I plan to offer a place where I and others can play.” Who will dominate? Take a guess. «

He teaches me everything. Not just polo, but how to work hard and be a better person.” —Carlos “Toly” Ulloa

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BEAUTY WESTERN ELEMENTS GET AN ULTRA-CHIC UPGRADE

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oung equestrian entrepreneurs Rob Gray and Teddy Vlock are always a step ahead. With many aspects of the equestrian world being a major focus of their busy lives, it was a natural fit for the pair to become friends and business partners after meeting while riding. Now, roughly six years later, the Wellington residents trade horses and also own T&R Development, a real estate firm with holdings of more than $50 million, and T&R Restaurant Group, proprietors of Trophy Room, a restaurant and lounge in Wellington. “We are both social in Wellington, network a lot, and like to be involved with the community,” says Gray, 28, who was raised within an equestrian family in Toronto. He honed his skills in land development with Wellington real estate and in hospitality while creating The Gallery, a pop-up nightlife venue after Saturday Nights Lights, a regular grand prix event held at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center during the annual Winter Equestrian Festival. Vlock, himself a competitive and internationally ranked show jumper, grew up in Branford, Connecticut, and is currently studying psychology at Yale University. During the school year, he travels between Connecticut and Castle Point Farm, his family’s five-acre estate and stables in Wellington. He is a member of the well-known Pritzker family of entrepreneurs and philanthropists. “I grew up in an entrepreneurial family,” says Vlock, 22. “We are diverse in our ideas, but I am the youngest of four and watched my sisters do things. My parents trusted me, and they believed that Rob and I would be

Rustic Elegance By Linda Marx | Photography by Jerry Rabinowitz

ROB GRAY and TEDDY VLOCK host a contemporary garden party surrounding the stables at Wellington’s Castle Point Farm

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Rob Gray (opposite page, left) and Teddy Vlock’s equestrian dinner party merged country and city elements.

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“It was fun to transform the barn into a Martha Stewart venue. [It] is a showpiece for the beauty of the property.” —Teddy Vlock

successful because we have a solid plan for growth and love what we do.” Some of Vlock and Gray’s successes have been in real estate development at Mallet Hill, where they have worked with blue chip equestrian personalities such as the Jobs family. They also have clients at Palm Beach Point East (such as singer Billy Joel) and are involved in more than a dozen projects at the Palm Beach Polo Club. Gray is a talented curator who manages their horses, barns, and real estate holdings. In addition to his competition and school schedule, Vlock looks after the fine details, while also keeping the big picture in mind. In tandem, the best friends make a great team. “Whatever these boys do, it is always top-notch,” says Carol Sollak, a real estate agent with Engel & Völkers. “They are always busy, have great vision, and are ahead of the times.” Eager to launch the equestrian season, Vlock and Gray recently entertained friends and business pals at Castle Point Farm, hosting eight horse-loving guests for cocktails in Vlock’s elegant tack room/bar, followed by dinner in the splendid garden by the barn. “Since we all love horses, when we get together that is what we talk about,” says Gray, adding

Gray and guests Lourdes de Guardiola and Paige Pepa started with cocktails, including the signature “Winnermelon,” and dined on bites such as tuna tartare. Kelly Murphy of Events on the Loose designed the evening’s table setting.

that he and Vlock prefer to entertain casually, in an unorganized yet welcoming fashion. “We are organic and like to hang out with friends. We want to meet new people and create new relationships.” For his part, Vlock was excited for the chance to use the family barn as something other than just a home for horses. “It was fun to transform the barn into a Martha Stewart venue,” he quips. The interior, he notes, was conceived as a combination of classic American, old-school style with necessary modern touches. It was renovated to be more contemporary and timeless, with dark wood and an elegant air. “The barn is a showpiece for the beauty of the property.” “We all love sport and animals,” continues Gray, “and since Teddy lives on the farm when he is not in school or traveling for equestrian events, he is happy to share it with our friends.” The evening began with drinks in the tack room’s lounge area, located about two steps from the beloved horses and outfitted in slate, marble, and mahogany with copper accents and chandeliers. Guests sampled the “Winnermelon,” a signature cocktail made of Casamigos Silver tequila, watermelon,

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Chef James Strine prepared a multicourse meal that included a watermelon salad (top), Bell & Evans chicken with stone fruit panzanella (opposite page), and swordfish with piperade (above).

pineapple, and jalapeño tincture, and munched on tuna tartare, all the while raving about the hosts amid their excitement for the start of the season. “Rob is the most generous and loyal friend,” says Paige Pepa, who grew up riding and has known Gray for years. “He shows up when he needs to be there. Plus, he can talk to anyone about anything, so he is a natural to co-host a timeless and tasteful party.” “Rob and I have been friends for 10 years,” says equestrian Paige Bellissimo. “He is an amazing curator who’s worked for my dad [Mark Bellissimo]. I love the attention to detail and everything else Rob and Teddy do.” The highlight of the night was the Edenesque splendor of the table setting. The surrounding gardens and grounds made the guests feel both relaxed and reinvigorated as it reflected their love of Wellington and what the town represents to them and their families. Strolling to their seats through the flowering plants—including firecrackers, aquatic milkweeds, yellow bells, Stachytarpheta with its purple blooms, and rambling

red cape honeysuckle—they remarked about the serenity of nature in general and how it calms their minds no matter how busy they are with their jet-setting equestrian careers. The tablescape, by designer Kelly Murphy of Events on the Loose, was another vision of organic beauty. Tiki torches and string lights added the right touch of romance to the thickening twilight. “I am partial to alfresco dining,” says Murphy. “I like bringing indoors outside. We had a blank canvas with foliage, bricks, pavers, and the wood from the stable as inspiration for the table setting.” The rustic table, made of reclaimed wood, featured a navy velvet runner topped with a floral centerpiece of green cymbidium and white phalaenopsis orchids, green hydrangea, and Green Trick dianthus from Wellington Flowers. Black slate plates paired with elegant glassware and Vivi flatware from Fortessa captured the evening’s overall blend of organic elegance. The refined menu, prepared by Trophy Room chef James Strine, began with a

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watermelon salad of lime, mint, sunflower seeds, and cotija cheese, followed by a seafood salad of rock shrimp, crab, scallops, and arugula in a green goddess dressing. The main course was Bell & Evans chicken with stone fruit panzanella, tomato, and cucumber with natural jus, and swordfish with piperade, sautéed spinach, and fingerling potatoes. “For outside dining, I kept things light,” says Strine. “No heavy meats, and for dessert, I opted for strawberry trifle pound cake, whipped cream, and dark chocolate because Rob loves it.” While chowing down on the delicious dinner, guests talked about specific horse shows, events, and what to expect for the Wellington winter season to come. Gray shared his belief that 2020 will be the “biggest season yet” due to a 25 percent increase in competition. Since Wellington has become a total destination for the equestrian lifestyle, new and established riders from around the world are flocking here to be part of the action. “We have great conversations because Rob and Teddy have their pulse on what is happening in the equestrian world with a dynamic spirit for the future,” says lifelong equestrian Lourdes de Guardiola. As the night’s festivities came to a close, Vlock and Gray were left to reflect upon not just the careers they’re forging in the area, but the close-knit community they hope to continue to impact for the better. “Wellington is home for us,” says Gray, “and we love being here at our favorite time of the year.” «

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Clockwise from opposite page: The dinner concluded with strawberry trifle pound cafe; Tristan Nunez, Paige Bellissimo, and Riley Newsome discussed the season ahead; Gray and Vlock pose with one of Vlock’s family horses; the evening also included a small butterfly release.

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HORSE whisperer Photographer Nicole Schultz infuses her own equestrian experience and love of horses into her fine art portraiture

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These 2019 portraits of Cantaro (left) and Urban (right) by Nicole Schultz exemplify her goal to create “more than just a pretty headshot.� Of the image of Urban, Schultz explains that it was shot in the middle of the day, with the horse standing several feet in front of a white backdrop and direct sunlight illuminating the face.

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Schultz’s approach is simplistic. She often sets up inside a barn aisle or outside in a small space just big enough for her 10-foot-by-10-foot backdrop, working with natural light in both overcast and sunny conditions. “I have always had an eye for natural light, finding it through cracks and casting shadows, taking both backlight and direct lighting situations to create an image I may find creative and unique.” In addition to ensuring the horse is comfortable, Schultz’s ultimate goal is to highlight the beauty that these equines bring into the world. “The horse may be a top show-jumping athlete or someone’s personal backyard pet, but when I photograph them, I want people to remember that they are, in the end, all animals that we are fortunate enough to earn the trust of and come to love.” —Mary Murray

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o subject intrigues Nicole Schultz quite like horses. The 24-year-old Wellington resident, who has spent the last 14 years riding hunter jumper, began photographing them as “a teenager with a camera who hung out at the barn too much,” she says. This hobby turned into a profession, and she now travels across the state and country—her Nikon d850 in tow—to capture them in all their glory. “Horses are built up of many lines and curves, with unique features that make them each different in their own structured way,” she notes. “As someone who doesn’t own a horse of my own, the moments surrounded by photographing these exquisite animals give me the satisfaction that I may miss when I can’t be in the saddle myself.”

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Left: “This photo was taken in a barn aisle with no backdrop setup and very dim light on a rainy, overcast day,” says Schultz of her 2018 image of Blink. “I bumped my ISO high, using the gray textured wall behind the horse, and created what I personally think is one of my best photographs by far.”

Right: The owner of Things Rafelli asked Schultz to photograph the Danish Warmblood “in a way that showed strength,” she says. “This is a pose that I favor because it allows me to create a curve in the image, and it made some beautiful negative space.”

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“A gray horse is always outstanding on a black background, which I typically ‘paint in’ in Photoshop,” Schultz says of this image taken in 2018. “I did use a naturally dark aisle for the session, but I enhanced the background in Photoshop to create the deep black.”

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The soft-brown bridle on Cantaro pops against the horse’s gray body and the white backdrop. In contrast, a dark palette and high-shine showcase the perfect hunter braids and thick, muscular neck of bay horse Alcado.

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Pialotta’s “blue eye is that vibrant without any Photoshop tweaking,” explains Schultz of this 2018 photograph. To achieve this 2019 image of Caraszini, Schultz had him show off his new bowing skill. “His owner simply took a treat and allowed Caraszini to follow, bringing him to stretch down and low between his front legs.”

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“I want people to be able to look at the image and feel the same emotion that I did when I took the photo.” —Nicole Schultz

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Sunshine

SUPERSTARS CLEAR SKIES AND COOLER TEMPS HERALD THE ARRIVAL OF CONVERTIBLE SEASON, AND THERE IS NO SHORTAGE OF COOL DROP-TOPS TO CHOOSE FROM BY HOWARD WALKER

For last summer’s Monterey Car Week in California, Rolls-Royce Bespoke created a new Dawn drophead in this peachy-pastel hue called Coral Solid.

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The color of luxury

Pick a color, any color. The shade of your favorite Skittle? No problem. The hue of the Caribbean off St. Barths? Done. The tint of your mother’s adorable pink poodle? Questionable, but all you have to do is ask. That’s the beauty of buying a Rolls-Royce. Its England-based Bespoke division will happily fulfill your every fantasy, no matter how quirky. Having this level of anything-youwant customization only adds to the heart-soaring appeal of Rolls’ glorious Dawn. Trust me, there’s simply no finer way of transporting four people in drop-top luxury than this.

Gently toggle a dashboard switch, and its six-layer-thick cloth roof performs a whisper-quiet ballet of unlatching and motoring majestically rearward. To drive it is to love it. With a turbine-smooth 6.6-liter twin-turbo V-12 under that mile-long hood, you’re propelled forward with the surge of a Gulfstream jet on takeoff. Hand over $341,000 and you too will be sprinting from zero to 60 mph in five seconds flat in the custom-painted Dawn of your dreams. Me? I’ll take mine in green, the color of envy.

MERCEDES-AMG S 65 CABRIOLET

Silence is golden

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No one needs a V-12-engined S 65 cabriolet. Nor does anyone need to spend a quarter-ofa-million dollars acquiring one. Not when the V-8-powered S 63 version is quicker, more exciting to drive, and stickers for under $200,000. But all that doesn’t matter. The S 65 is the flagship of the Mercedes-Benz lineup, the best of the best for those who will accept nothing less. The badge of honor here is the mighty, hand-built 6.0-liter twin-turbocharged V-12 shoehorned beneath that endless hood. Packing 621 horsepower and a nuclear reactor–like 738 pound-feet of torque, it has the energy to power a small town. Yet, unlike the S 63, it doesn’t shout about its performance, backed by formidable thrust that’s silent and seemingly never-ending. It makes a Bentley seem showy and juvenile. This is a wonderful convertible, with a top that descends in under 20 seconds and seating for four, so friends and family can soak up the sun. Not to mention, it’s most likely the last of a dying breed. Chances are, with the quest for electric power, there’ll never be another V-12 Mercedes. Buy this one and keep it forever. PALMBEACHILLUSTRATED.COM | JANUARY 2020

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Mid-engined magic

Be still my beating heart. Not only has Chevy unveiled its much-anticipated mid-engined C8 Corvette Stingray, but it quickly followed that up with a powerretractable hardtop convertible version. Production kicks off in the first quarter of this year, and the lines are already longer than those for Hamilton tickets. After all, here’s a 490-hp mid-engined supercar that is going to cost just $7,500 more than the

base coupe. That means a McLaren 570S–challenging convertible for $67,495. Not only is this exotic supercar retailing for the price of a family sedan, but it also boasts a brilliant design. That folding top—crafted from lightweight composites—can raise or lower in 16 seconds and at speeds up to 30 mph. Top up or down, this bullet from Bowling Green looks like a million bucks. Order one in

red, and you’ll have friends and family thinking you’ve just bought yourself a Ferrari. Like the C8 coupe, power comes from a naturally aspirated 6.2-liter V-8 mated to an 8-speed dualclutch automatic. Count from one to three and that’s how long it’ll take to blast from zero to 60 mph, with a top speed of 190 mph. No doubt about it, this will be the hottest convertible of 2020.

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A ride fit for 007

With Bond fever reaching the point of frenzy—the latest 007 romp, No Time to Die, opens April 8—I have my fingers crossed that JB’s ride of choice will be this magnificent 2020 DBS Superleggera Volante. Quite a mouthful, I know. But the translation is simple; superleggera is Italian for “superlight,” as in weight, while volante is Aston speak for convertible. The car is nothing less than a monster. Based on the regular DB11 drophead, it’s powered by a thundering 715-hp twin-turbo 5.2-liter V-12 that can catapult this achingly gorgeous rocket ship from rest to 60 mph in a

mere 3.3 seconds and on to an outrageous 211 mph. Just as speedy is the levitating of the Superleggera’s cloth top, which clocks in at 14 seconds from start to finish. Aston says the eight-layer roof was subjected to the extremes of Death Valley and the Arctic Circle as part of its testing. That and more than 100,000 cycles in a one-month time span, which is said to equal 10 years of use. As for the price tag, you’ll need to find a nontrivial $332,000 for the privilege of being shaken and stirred in this mightiest of Aston convertibles.

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BENTLEY CONTINENTAL GTC

The power of eight

All the superlatives in Webster’s don’t capture the overpowering glee of piloting the redesigned, reimagined Bentley Continental GTC convertible. Based closely on the all-new Continental coupe, this drop-top combines elegance, blistering performance, driving sophistication, and hand-crafted luxury in one delicious grand touring package. Style-wise, it’s just ravishing. I love the bolder grille, the more chiseled lines, and the broader, more muscular shoulders covering those optional 22-inch rims. As before there’s a tight-fitting cloth top that can raise or lower in 19 seconds and at speeds up to 30

mph. Choose from seven fabric colors and, for the first time, a tweed cloth. The big news, however, is what’s under the hood. For 2020 the convertible has received a new V-8. It’s the same 4.0-liter twin-turbo 8 that powers the latest Porsche Panamera Turbo and Lamborghini Urus sport-ute. In Bentley guise, it punches out an impressive 542 hp. Yes, the famous W-12 12-cylinder continues, but the V-8-powered GTC is just a better car to drive. Between its open-top elegance and breathtaking agility, this GTC V-8 is about as close to convertible perfection as you can get.

AUDI R8 SPYDER PERFORMANCE There’s one supreme reason to buy an open-top R8 Spyder: the sound. Power back the roof, dial up 6,000 rpm on the tach, and listen in spine-tingling, jaw-descending joy as the Audi’s screaming, snarling V-10 soars toward the red line. It’s surely one of the most melodious, emotional eruptions on the planet— and it’s best heard with the top dropped and the side windows lowered.

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The engine is the creation of Audi’s sister brand, Lamborghini, and a variation of it powers the latest Huracan. In the new 2020 R8 Spyder Performance version, this normally aspirated 5.2-liter V-10 makes a mighty 602 hp. With quattro all-wheel drive and a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic channeling all that power, the R8 can rocket from standstill to 60 in just 3.1 seconds; it won’t quit till the speedo is showing

204. Yet the real beauty of this slingshot Audi is that you can use its torrent of horsepower day in and day out, given its relaxed and refined delivery. Having been around since 2006, the R8 is having a tough time these days competing against the newkid-on-the-block McLaren 570S. But that mighty V-10 is worth every cent of the Spyder Performance’s lofty $210,000-plus asking price.

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PORSCHE 911 CARRERA S CABRIOLET Ever since Porsche took the top off its rear-engined 911 back in 1982, the car has been slowly—but constantly—evolving. For me, the new 2020 Carrera S cabriolet is the best 911 convertible yet. Even though 911s keep getting bigger and heavier, they somehow become even more enjoyable to drive. Let the revs soar on that iconic

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3.0-liter twin-turbo flat-six. Play tunes with the 8-speed PDK automatic. Feel the precision of the electric-assist steering. It’s all magical. As for the new top design, it’s nothing less than a work of art. Four hidden aluminum bows and three magnesium panels are concealed, ensuring a curved, coupe-like roofline, improved aerodynamics, and reduced weight. At the tap

of a button, the top opens in a zippy 12 seconds and at speeds up to 31 mph. Even at triple-digit velocities, there’s hardly a whisper of wind noise. These days, 911s are far from cheap. This latest Carrera S cab starts at more than $126,000 and soars with each pricey option. But here is a car that will turn every drive into an event. Guaranteed.

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BMW 840i CONVERTIBLE

Now with six appeal

One of my 2019 driving highlights was piloting BMW’s exquisite new V-8-engined 850i convertible. What’s not to appreciate about a super-luxury, four-seat drop-top with 532 hp and a roof that descends in just 15 seconds? While having power is good, saving more than $20,000 is equally attractive. Which is why BMW’s new-for-2020 840i convertible, with a straight-six under the hood, should have lovers of full-size, open-air machinery salivating. The appeal here is the engine. I’m a huge fan of BMW’s

TwinPower 3.0-liter turbo six for its turbine-smooth power and strong, mid-range thrust. Even with a four-seater as hefty as the 8 series, this lusty 335-hp straightsix can rocket the convertible from standstill to 60 mph in 5 seconds—4.6 if you opt for the all-wheel-drive xDrive version. Top down, four windows raised, and the standard mesh rear-wind blocker in place, and there’s hardly a rustle in the cockpit. Pricing for the 840i convertible kicks off at $98,400, with the xDrive version adding an extra $2,000. That’s a lot of six appeal for the money.

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FERRARI PORTOFINO

The ultimate starter Ferrari

Bella macchina. Say it with true Italian passione, complete with a shrug of the shoulders and palms upturned. A “beautiful machine” indeed. This is Ferrari’s entry-level model, but with a sticker price of around $215,000, there’s nothing “entry-level” about this open-top prancing horse. Replacing the less-than-stylish California T, the 2+2 Portofino has sleeker lines, a more striking snout, and a less-pronounced rump. Top up or down, it looks stunning and every bit a true Ferrari. Talking of the top, the hard roof folds at the touch of a button, though the complex process involves the rear section of the car canting backward rather awkwardly.

LEXUS LC CONVERTIBLE Lovers of super-refined, high-luxe convertibles have been mourning the loss of the leather-lined Lexus SC 430 hardtop convertible since it ceased production back in 2010. But mourn no more. Lexus recently announced (to no one’s surprise) that it’s producing a convertible version of the super-sexy LC 500 coupe. Official details are still pretty sketchy but expect this drop-top to hit

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9 But for added shock-and-awe value, complete the top-dropping drama with a blip of the Portofino’s throttle. Under the hood is a twin-turbo 3.9-liter V-8 packing an impressive 591 hp and featuring a soundtrack so vocal it will make grown men weep. Magnifico!

Yes, of course it’s fast—blisteringly so. As in zero-to-60-in-3.5-seconds fast. As in 199-mphtop-speed fast. This straight-line performance is matched by precise yet surprisingly undemanding handling. Entry level it may be, but this is arguably the perfect all-around Ferrari.

Finally, a new Lexus drop-top

showrooms next summer, with a price tag starting at just over $100,000. Like the coupe, engine choices will include the throaty 5.0-liter V-8 cranking out 471 hp, along with the 3.5-liter V-6 electric hybrid that’s good for a combined 354 hp. As for the LC’s top, Lexus is keeping us guessing. Our bet is that it’ll break the tradition set by the SC and replace the metal fold-

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130 / Building a Better World for Animals

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131 / Cosmetic Surgery

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ACADEMICS DENISE SPIROU, EDD — THE GREENE SCHOOL

Dr. Denise Spirou, Founding Head of The Greene School (“TGS”), is an accomplished educator and leader. Dr. Spirou co-authored a book on leadership for school administrators, Confronting Today’s Issues: Opportunities and Challenges for School Administrators, and shares her expertise with the educational community as an adjunct professor at Southeastern University. The Greene School students, parents, and faculty would agree, however, that Dr. Spirou’s true superpower lies in her ability to inspire and connect with those around her. She greets each student by name each morning (and has been known to give piggyback rides to class). Dr. Spirou exemplifies the TGS character trait of “generosity” on a daily basis, and anyone who meets her will quickly understand that she truly is at the very heart of The Greene School. 2001 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY, WEST PALM BEACH, FL 561-293-2888 | THEGREENESCHOOL.COM SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL SECTION

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ADVOCATES

GARY BETENSKY, NADINE SINGH, MICHAEL NAPOLEONE — DAY PITNEY LLP In January, Day Pitney completed a merger with Richman Greer, a powerhouse litigation and trial firm. This is the firm’s second expansion in the Sunshine State, tripling its number of Florida attorneys and adding two more Florida offices in West Palm Beach and Coral Gables. “Clients come to us for solutions to complex business disputes,” says partner Gary Betensky. “Our litigators are highly skilled trial lawyers who are prepared to advocate and obtain favorable results for them, both inside and outside the courtroom.” Day Pitney, a full-service law firm now with more than 300 attorneys across 13 offices stretching from Miami to Boston, serves clients from individuals to Fortune 500 companies in the U.S. and internationally through its core areas of corporate and business law, litigation, and trusts and estates. And the firm is committed to continued growth in Florida, hiring and pursuing top diverse talent to enhance client service. ONE CLEARLAKE CENTRE, SUITE 1504 250 AUSTRALIAN AVENUE SOUTH, WEST PALM BEACH, FL 561-803-3500 | DAYPITNEY.COM SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL SECTION

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BUILDING A BETTER WORLD FOR ANIMALS ROBIN R. GANZERT, PHD, PRESIDENT AND CEO — AMERICAN HUMANE

For 10 years, Dr. Robin Ganzert, a Palm Beach County resident, has been spearheading unprecedented growth and transformational change at American Humane, the country’s first national humane organization and the First to Serve® wherever animals need rescue, shelter, protection, or security, including Florida. American Humane has been working since 1877 to help animals, rescuing those caught in disasters, supporting military animals working alongside service members, protecting animal actors in television and film production, and supporting humane standards in U.S. agriculture as well as for millions of endangered creatures in zoos and aquariums. American Humane’s programs now touch the lives of nearly one billion animals each year. American Humane recently expanded its Palm Beach office and will host two ticketed events this season, including the Pups4Patriots™ Military Gala Celebration on January 23 at the Eau Palm Beach and the Hero Dog Awards Gala Luncheon on February 24 at the Sailfish Club. 251 ROYAL PALM WAY, SUITE 450, PALM BEACH, FL 561-537-5887 | AMERICANHUMANE.ORG SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL SECTION

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COSMETIC SURGERY

DR. BRIAN HASS - PLASTIC SURGEON, DR. ANDREA HASS - OPHTHALMIC PLASTIC SURGEON, DR. MICHAEL FREDERICK - PLASTIC SURGEON — HASS PLASTIC SURGERY & MEDISPA A household name for the best in plastic surgery options, the Hass team of professionals continue as a premier choice for those seeking the best in specialized plastic surgery and non-surgical rejuvenation. For those seeking beautiful and natural facial rejuvenation, Dr. Andrea Hass (eyelid, brow, and injectable specialist) partners with Dr. Brian Hass’ face, neck, and nose specialties to give patients natural and beautiful results. Patients say, “Wow, I look like me, only better!” Harvardtrained plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Frederick joined the team several years ago and has expanded the breadth of bodycontouring procedures, including mommy makeovers, SAFE liposuction, Brazilian Butt lifts, and fat transfer techniques as well as the highly sought-after cosmetic surgery for breasts. Add to that the outstanding MediSpa facility for CoolSculpting, clinical skin care, microneedling/PRP, and laser techniques plus the team’s five-star patient care and Hass Plastic Surgery stands up to its reputation as the Face of Cosmetic Surgery. 2401 PGA BOULEVARD, SUITE 150, PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL 561-624-7777 | HASSPLASTICSURGERY.COM SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL SECTION

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ESTATE AND TAX PLANNING DAVID M. HALPEN — CUMMINGS & LOCKWOOD LLC

Founded in 1909, Cummings & Lockwood LLC provides sophisticated legal counsel to high net worth individuals and families, family offices, closely held businesses, private foundations, and national charities. The firm has one of the premier trusts and estates practices in the United States, and serves its domestic and international clients from offices in Palm Beach Gardens, Naples, and Bonita Springs, Florida, and Stamford, Greenwich, and West Hartford, Connecticut. David M. Halpen is principal-in-charge of the firm’s Palm Beach Gardens office, which was named “Best Law Firm of the Year in 2020” in Tax Law and Trusts & Estates Law by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers. Whether dealing with newly acquired assets or family fortunes that span generations, Halpen assists clients with U.S. and international estate and tax planning, estate settlement, trust administration, and business succession planning, developing innovative strategies that preserve, enhance, and transition his clients’ wealth. 11760 U.S. HIGHWAY 1, SUITE 502W, PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL 561-214-8508 | CL-LAW.COM SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL SECTION

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HAIR RESTORATION AND TRANSPLANT SURGERY ALAN J. BAUMAN, MD, ABHRS, IAHRS — BAUMAN MEDICAL

Dr. Alan Bauman is a full-time, board-certified hair restoration physician who has treated over 30,000 patients and performed over 9,000 hair transplant procedures since starting his medical hair loss practice in 1997. Bauman Medical is a 12,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art “Hair Hospital” located in downtown Boca Raton on South Dixie Highway. Dr. Bauman is one of approximately only 200 physicians worldwide to achieve the certification from the esteemed American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery (ABHRS). Dr. Bauman is known for pioneering numerous technologies in the field of hair restoration including minimally invasive FUE Follicular Unit Extraction, Low-Level Laser Therapy, PRP Platelet Rich Plasma, and PDOgro. Dr. Bauman was recently voted “No. 1 Top Hair Restoration Physician” by Aesthetic Everything for the third consecutive year and he was recently named by Forbes as one of “10 CEOs Transforming Healthcare in America.” 1450 S DIXIE HIGHWAY, BOCA RATON, FL 561-462-8838 | BAUMANMEDICAL.COM SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL SECTION

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INFECTIOUS DISEASE MANAGEMENT

OLAYEMI OSIYEMI, JOSE MENAJOVSKY — TRIPLE O MEDICAL SERVICES, PA Dr. Olayemi Osiyemi and Dr. Jose Menajovsky of Triple O Medical Services are both board-certified in infectious disease. Dr. Osiyemi completed fellowship at the University of Miami/JMH. He is the chief of infectious disease at both Good Samaritan and St. Mary’s medical centers and a member of the Governing Board at St. Mary’s Medical Center. He is also heavily involved in clinical trials and has published in several peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Osiyemi is the medical director for Fantastic Wound Care and Wellness Spa. Dr. Menajovsky completed fellowship training at the University of Maryland in Baltimore. He is the chairman of PNT and infection control at Kindred Hospital of the Palm Beaches and St. Mary’s medical center. He is fluent in Spanish. Both physicians also provide concierge infectious disease services. 2580 METROCENTRE BOULEVARD, SUITE 3, WEST PALM BEACH, FL 561-832-6770 | TRIPLEOMEDICAL.COM SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL SECTION

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MARITAL & FAMILY LAW

JEFFREY FISHER, ZACHARY POTTER, BENJAMIN HODAS — FISHER POTTER HODAS Fisher Potter Hodas is a powerhouse family law firm that is modeled after elite New York litigation boutiques. Because the firm represents some of the wealthiest families in the country, some of its cases appear in the media, giving potential clients an insight into the nature of the firm’s practice. For example, The New York Times Magazine published a feature story on the firm’s work in uncovering hidden assets, titled “How to Hide $400 Million.” The attorneys at Fisher Potter Hodas are experienced litigators with backgrounds as federal prosecutors, corporate trial attorneys, and appellate practitioners. Further, the credentials of the firm’s lawyers run the gamut of the Ivy League, with degrees from Yale, Harvard, Princeton, and the University of Pennsylvania. Firm members have also risen to the top of Florida’s Family Law Bar, with Ben Hodas serving as the immediate past chairman of the Marital & Family Law Board Certification. 515 NORTH FLAGLER DRIVE, WEST PALM BEACH, FL 561-832-1005 | FPHLEGAL.COM SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL SECTION

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NORTHERN PALM BEACH COUNTY REAL ESTATE ERIC TELCHIN — THE TELCHIN GROUP LLC

Heart may be the perfect word to describe Eric Telchin. That’s because Eric puts his heart into everything. As Broker of The Telchin Group LLC, Eric is a marketing powerhouse who leads the No. 1 sales team in 33412, where he is also the No. 1 REALTOR®. His area of expertise is the Club at Ibis where he leads a team including his parents, Barbara and Stephen, who started the family business two decades ago. In 2019, Eric married his husband, Logan Nolting, who is also a team member. Having worked for ABC News and The Washington Post, Eric brings his knowledge of interactive, broadcast, and print media to his real estate practice, incorporating cutting-edge digital and social media marketing to continuously adapt and best serve his clients’ needs. A graduate of GW University, Eric is also a thrice internationally published children’s book author. Eric also puts his heart into reading his books to local schoolchildren. 5 HARVARD CIRCLE, SUITE 100, WEST PALM BEACH, FL 561-301-0249 | THETELCHINGROUP.COM SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL SECTION

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OPHTHALMOLOGY

DR. DAVID GOLDMAN, DR. YISSELL SANCHEZ, DR. MARK MILNER — GOLDMAN EYE Comprised of nationally awarded and recognized physicians and state-of-the-art equipment, Goldman Eye provides the best care and outcomes for both medical and surgical conditions of the eye. Dr. David Goldman - Nationally recognized cataract and LASIK surgeon. Dr. Yissell Sanchez - Top optometric graduate of Bascom Palmer. Dr. Mark Milner - Internationally renowned LASIK, corneal transplant, keratoconus, and dry eye expert 3502 KYOTO GARDENS DRIVE, SUITE B, PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL 561-630-7120 | GOLDMANEYE.COM SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL SECTION

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PLASTIC SURGERY

DAVID LICKSTEIN, MD, FACS — LICKSTEIN PLASTIC SURGERY Voted Best of the Palm Beaches, David A. Lickstein, MD, FACS, and his award-winning staff pride themselves on providing world-class care in the welcoming atmosphere you deserve! Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Lickstein trained at some of the world’s finest institutions, including Tufts, Northwestern, and Harvard Universities. He has lived and practiced locally since 2002. Dr. Lickstein is renowned for complex breast surgery, “Mommy Makeover” surgery, and The Lickstein Lift. Registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, The Lickstein Lift is a customized, non-surgical approach to facial rejuvenation that lets you look your very best. In addition to outstanding training, surgical skill, and results, Dr. Lickstein and his team are known for the genuine warmth and caring they show toward patients and their families. They generously give time, philanthropy, and leadership to local and national organizations, and regularly mentor students interested in health care fields. 5540 PGA BOULEVARD, SUITE 200, PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL 561-571-4000 | LICKSTEINPLASTICSURGERY.COM SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL SECTION

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SCIENCE INNOVATION DOUGLAS BINGHAM — SCRIPPS RESEARCH

Douglas A. Bingham is Executive Vice President, Florida Operations, of Scripps Research, which is ranked No. 1 in the world for influence on innovation by the leading scientific journal, Nature. Mr. Bingham played an instrumental role in launching Scripps Research’s expansion to Florida 15 years ago. Since then, the Florida campus has produced an economic impact of $3 billion. Scientifically, the campus’ researchers have produced advances in multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, cancer, Parkinson’s, ALS, memory, and brain development. The campus features a top-ten ranked biomedical graduate program with 73 elite students. It has provided STEM educational opportunities to over 500 local high school and undergraduate students. A patent lawyer and the institute’s former general counsel and COO, Bingham moved full-time to Juno Beach, Florida in 2018 and now serves as site head for the campus. 120 SCRIPPS WAY, JUPITER, FL 561-228-2001 | SCRIPPS.EDU SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL SECTION

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SPA AND LEISURE MICHELLE FRAZIER, DAVID BREMER, ALYSSA DURIVOU — EAU SPA

Alyssa Durivou started her career at Eau Spa with WTS International in 2013, where she had the opportunity to grow both personally and professionally with best-inclass guidance. By September 2018, WTS International promoted Alyssa to Eau Spa General Manager of Spa and Leisure at Eau Palm Beach Resort and Spa. Inspiring people is a key passion for Alyssa, which explains her success and why she is so well respected and beloved by her spa team and peers. David Bremer, Spa Director, began his career in Hospitality Management with his degree in Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Administration at Western Illinois University. Finding his passion for the spa industry, David has worked in many segments of the spa industry including resort spas, day spas, and residential community spas. Throughout his career he has applied his background and knowledge to Spa design, renovations, and operations. Michelle Frazier, Leisure Manager, oversees Fitness, AquaNuts, COAST, and Tennis, and she coordinates the lifestyle activities and programs of the resort. She is exceptionally dedicated to increasing the overall experience at the resort by providing guests with as many resources as possible to improve their stay. 100 S OCEAN BOULEVARD, MANALAPAN, FL 561-540-4933 | EAUSPA.COM SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL SECTION

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TENNIS INSTRUCTION JAY BERGER — THE CLUB AT IBIS

Prior to his quarterfinals match at the French Open in 1989, Jay Berger was asked what he would do after his career as a professional tennis player. Jay immediately replied, “Coach tennis!” Jay said his ultimate goal was to help players grow as people through tennis. True to his word, Jay has been coaching college, professional, Davis Cup, and Olympic tennis players for the past 25 years. Prior to his current role as Director of Tennis Instruction at The Club at Ibis, Jay spent 10 years as the Head of Men’s Tennis for the United States Tennis Association, developing the best American players and coaches. He spent time coaching the US Davis Cup team for 13 years and captained the last three Olympic teams. “I bring the same passion, commitment, and desire to help, whether I’m coaching Andy Roddick at the Olympics or training our Members at Ibis,” Jay added. 8225 IBIS BOULEVARD, WEST PALM BEACH, FL 561-625-8500 | CLUBATIBIS.COM SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL SECTION

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LIBATIONS

Champagne DREAMS

LIBBY VOLGYES

Celebrate a new decade by cherishing a century-old Prohibition tradition. Down a sultry hallway and behind velvet ropes, visitors at the Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa can find The Champagne Bar, an intimate, speakeasy-style space serving up an impressive selection of Champagne by the glass and bottle, along with craft cocktails and small bites. While the lounge stays open late, 5 to 7 p.m. is prime time when glasses of Veuve Clicquot, Champagne cocktails, and Mitcher’s Manhattans ring in at $10 each. It’s an ideal prelude to another gourmand experience next door at Angle: the Leap of Faith menu. Chef Matthew Gale leads diners through course after course of surprise plates and wine pairings tailored to each party’s likes and dislikes, featuring an emphasis on Florida’s freshest produce and seafood. With possibilities like artfully presented lobster bisque with brandy crème or a Fort McCoy Ranch rib eye with bone marrow, this is one trust fall you won’t regret. Manalapan (eaupalmbeach.com)

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When indulgence calls, our editors opt for these decadent ITALIAN DISHES

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GNOCCHI, CASA D’ANGELO Liz Petoniak, Senior Editor Most Italian restaurants serve gnocchi, but none make potato dumplings like executive chef Rickie Piper does at Casa D’Angelo. Matched with a bright pesto sauce and morsels of slowly softening fresh mozzarella, Piper’s gnocchi melt in your mouth with an unbelievable light-as-air texture. Each bite will renew your appreciation for homemade pasta. Boca Raton (casa-d-angelo.com)

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“SPASTA” AND MEATBALLS, FARMER’S TABLE Mary Murray, Managing Editor   What do you do when you’re craving pasta but it’s not your cheat day? Simple: Head to Farmer’s Table for a bowl of its signature “spasta” and meatballs. You’ll encounter spaghetti squash noodles topped with your choice of chicken or vegan meatballs and a hearty tomato basil sauce. This is one diet-friendly dish that deserves a big chef’s kiss. North Palm Beach, Boca Raton (farmerstableboca.com) 

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BUCATINI CARBONARA, GRATO Dallas Holland, Web & Social Media Editor This highly Instagramable, protein-packed pasta plate has mastered the art of comfort food. Break the yolk to create a creamy, perfectly salty sauce enhanced with English peas, ham, and bacon. What’s not to love? West Palm Beach (gratowpb.com)

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PASTICCIO BOLOGNESE, LYNORA’S Daphne Nikolopoulos, Editor in Chief There’s a time for inventive pasta dishes, and there’s a time for the classics. And no one does the latter better than Lynora’s. The pasticcio Bolognese is a riff on lasagna made with thin crepes instead of the traditional pasta. The key ingredient, though, is a velvety béchamel that elevates the entire entree to epicurean stardom. It’s the best thing on the menu by far—and that’s saying something. West Palm Beach, Jupiter (lynoras.com)

RISOTTO AI FRUTTA DI MARE, RENATO’S Mark Spivak, Wine & Spirits Editor Whether you sit in Renato’s intimate dining room or on the romantic terrace, the Risotto ai Frutta Di Mare will transport you back to Northern Italy. Shrimp, scallops, littleneck clams, and calamari are simmered slowly in Arborio rice with fresh tomato. The dish is available either as a shared starter or a substantial entree for one. Palm Beach (renatospalmbeach.com)

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With verdant planters, greenery draping over hanging trellises, gleaming pendant lights, cozy nooks, and seats you can sink in to, it’s hard to believe that Sourbon Kitchen & Bar occupies the space that once housed Doran’s sports pub. The new EuropeanAmerican bistro owned by Moscow native Natalia Vorobyeva delivers a welcome secret garden atmosphere to the 200 block of Clematis Street, which has also recently undergone a transformation to become more pedestrian- and outdoor dining–friendly. Dimly lit booths lend themselves to date night, and the moody bar is an optimal spot to post up for herbcentric libations concocted by Vincent Toscano (who mans the upstairs 215 Speakeasy) like a cilantro-infused Collins

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Downtown Garden or a lavender martini that arrives with a smoking sprig. The menu, featuring input from Vorobyeva’s background as a healthy caterer and restaurant owner in Russia as well as former Todd English cohort chef Richard Leadbetter, merges European and local influences. Diners will discover light yet satisfying salads, Florida pink shrimp bisque with tarragon crème fraiche, and crab-stuffed salmon with divine gratin potatoes. “We spent months creating and perfecting every dish, and we’re excited to show the community what we’ve been working on,” says Vorobyeva. “Eventually, the menu will focus entirely on European cuisine. I want to take my favorite dishes from all parts of [the continent] and make them our own.” West Palm Beach (sourbon.com)

A selective guide to Palm Beach-area restaurants THE LISTINGS The Palm Beach County dining scene has something for everyone, from funky burger bars and gastropubs to the glam style of iconic Palm Beach lounges. Here, find a listing of area standouts, organized by cuisine type, with descriptions, contact information, and price details for each. What the icons mean: $ $$ $$$

Dinner entree under $10 Most entrees $10-$25 Most entrees $25 or more

While not all-inclusive due to space limitations, our dining listings may vary every month and are constantly updated to showcase the culinary diversity of the area. Find more information on local dining options on palmbeachillustrated.com. NOTICE TO RESTAURATEURS: The establishments listed and their descriptions are printed at the discretion of the editors of Palm Beach Illustrated. They are not a form of advertisment, nor do they serve as a restaurant review. For more information, email editorial@palmbeachmedia.com

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AMERICAN 1000 NORTH The Jupiter Lighthouse serves as the backdrop for chef Lee Morris’ global takes on classic dishes. Elegant environs and more than 40 rare wines by the glass complete the picture. 1000 North U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter (1000north.com) $$$ AARON’S TABLE This chic eatery presents skillful takes on chef Aaron Fuller’s farm-fresh philosophy. 1153 Town Center Drive, Jupiter (aaronstable.com) $$$ AVOCADO GRILL A small but lively resto packing flavorful Florida-Caribbean bites, including island-inspired ceviche, and, of course, grilled avocados. 125 Datura St., West Palm Beach; 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave., Palm Beach Gardens (avocadogrillwpb.com) $$ BELLE & MAXWELL’S This charming eatery on Antique Row—part tearoom, part café—serves bistro dishes in comfortable surroundings. 3700 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (belleandmaxwells.com) $ BREEZE OCEAN KITCHEN Enjoy craft beer, specialty cocktails, and distinctly Floridian cuisine at this seaside gem located at the Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa. 100 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan (eaupalmbeach.com) $$ BUCCAN Chef Clay Conley offers a wide-ranging menu of small plates that changes with the seasons. 350 S. County Road, Palm Beach (buccanpalmbeach.com) $$ BURGER BAR The sleek, fun atmosphere inside and out regularly draws a large crowd for gourmet specialty burgers. 4650 Donald Ross Road, Suite 100, Palm Beach Gardens (burgerbar.com) $$

CITRUS GRILLHOUSE Chef Scott Varricchio turns out artful seafood dishes at this casual bistro. 1050 Easter Lily Lane, Vero Beach (citrusgrillhouse.com) $$ CITY CELLAR WINE BAR & GRILL A fixture of the Rosemary Square dining scene, City Cellar offers hearth-baked pizza, dry-aged steaks, fresh pasta, and seafood. 700 S. Rosemary Ave., West Palm Beach (citycellarwpb.com) $$ COOLINARY CAFE Chef-owner Tim Lipman uses surprising ingredients to cook up fresh, creative cuisine like rabbit tacos as well as fried chicken and waffles. 4650 Donald Ross Road, Suite 110, Palm Beach Gardens (thecoolpig.com) $$ THE COOPER CRAFT KITCHEN AND BAR Practicing farm-to-table cooking in PGA Commons, The Cooper presents innovative takes on classics from pasta to cocktails. 4610 PGA Blvd., Suite 100, Palm Beach Gardens (thecooperrestaurant.com) $$ CPB As The Colony Hotel’s signature restaurant, CPB features American plates that showcase local ingredients and chef Tom Whitaker’s British heritage. 155 Hammon Ave., Palm Beach (thecolonypalmbeach.com) $$$ DADA Boasting an eclectic and hip atmosphere, Dada serves a fresh spin on standards—along with a fun mojito menu—in the historic Tarrimore house. 52 N. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach (dadadelray.com) $$ DARBSTER This vegetarian bistro faithfully recreates new American dishes with organic ingredients—although meat eaters will never suspect. 8020 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (darbster.com) $$ PALMBEACHILLUSTRATED.COM | JANUARY 2020

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FRIES TO CAVIAR GARDEN BISTRO & BAR Craveable flavors and exquisite products combine at Fries to Caviar, where chef Jimmy Mills shows off his technical skills and knack for crafting unusual plates. 6299 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton (friestocaviar.com) $$$ GREASE BURGER BAR Of the gourmet burgers on the menu, we of course recommend The PB Illustrated “A-List” burger, topped with mozzarella, tomatoes, radicchio, pesto, and a balsamic glaze. 213 Clematis St., West Palm Beach (greasewpb.com) $ KITCHEN Matthew Byrne, Tiger Woods’ former personal chef, opened this intimate eatery to serve sophisticated but not intimidating fare, like chicken schnitzel and gourmet burgers. 319 Belvedere Road #2, West Palm Beach (kitchenpb.com) $$$ THE LEOPARD LOUNGE AND RESTAURANT In the Chesterfield Hotel, chef Gerard Coughlin oversees the culinary happenings at this unique restaurant and bar, serving dishes with English and Asian influences. 363 Cocoanut Row, Palm Beach (chesterfieldpb.com) $$$ MAX’S GRILLE A cross between a steak house and a sports bar, Max’s Grille has been attracting a wide legion of fans since 1991. 404 Plaza Real, Boca Raton (maxsgrille.com) $$$ PARK TAVERN Everything from the bread to the condiments is handmade using locally sourced ingredients, making for an eclectic menu in a spirited setting. 32 S.E. 2nd Ave., Delray Beach (parktaverndelray.com) $$ PELICAN CAFE This charming restaurant offers a New England ambiance, wines from around the world, and melt-in-your-mouth homemade doughnuts. 612 U.S. Hwy. 1, Lake Park (thepelicancafe.com) $$$ THE REGIONAL South Florida celebrity chef Lindsay Autry’s restaurant pairs her Southern roots with her love of Mediterranean flavors, resulting in deeply personal and addictive cuisine. 651 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach (eatregional.com) $$$ RH ROOFTOP The top floor of Restoration Hardware boasts a dazzling dining space with plush seating, a fountain, and sparkling chandeliers covered by a glass atrium. It’s a sumptuous place to enjoy comfort food like truffled grilled cheese with a big glass of vino. 560 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach (restorationhardware.com) $$ SURFSIDE DINER This casual breakfast and lunch spot serves classic comfort food like blueberry pancakes and turkey sliders in a quintessential (and rare) diner space. 314 S. County Road, Palm Beach (surfsidediner.com) $ TROPHY ROOM Elevated classics, such as Wagyu short rib and an ice cream sundae served in a giant trophy, pair with trendy cocktails for that celebratory toast in a sophisticated yet cozy atmosphere. 12300 S. Shore Blvd., Wellington (trophyroomrestaurant.com) $$$ TRUE FOOD KITCHEN Delicious and health-conscious go hand in hand at this chain devoted to founder Dr. Andrew Weil’s anti-inflammatory diet principles. 700 S. Rosemary Ave., West Palm Beach; 3101 PGA Blvd., #O-200, Palm Beach Gardens, in The Gardens Mall; 6000 Glades Road, Unit 1015A, Boca Raton, in the Town Center at Boca Raton (truefoodkitchen.com) $$ TUCKER DUKE’S LUNCHBOX Guilty pleasures—like tots topped with pulled pork and creative cheese-

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burgers—dominate the menu at this Boca lunch spot. Don’t leave without ordering one of the sinful desserts. 1658 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton (tuckerdukes.com) $$

ASIAN BUDDHA SKY BAR This Asian-style bar interprets Chinese and Japanese cuisines in an expansive menu, featuring a sushi bar, a full kitchen, and a Binchotan grill. 217 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (buddhasky bardelraybeach.com) $$ ECHO The recently renovated Asian restaurant of The Breakers offers dishes from the cuisines of China, Japan, Thailand, and Vietnam, thoughtfully conceived and brilliantly executed. 230A Sunrise Ave., Palm Beach (echopalmbeach.com) $$$ IMOTO Influenced by his experience in Tokyo, James Beard-nominated chef Clay Conley presents small Asian bites that tempt all senses. 350 S. County Road, Palm Beach (imotopalmbeach.com) $$ KABUKI For an intimate night out, come here for traditional and modern sushi in a dimly lit and sexy environment. 308 N. Clematis St., West Palm Beach; 5080 PGA Blvd., Suite 105, Palm Beach Gardens; 2465 S State Rd. 7 #100, Wellington (kabukiwpb.com) $ LEMONGRASS ASIAN BISTRO Presenting Creative pan-Asian plates—from sushi to noodles and curry—in sleek surrounds. 1880 Congress Ave., Boynton Beach; 420 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach; 10312 Forest Hill Blvd., Suite 204, Wellington; 101 Plaza Real South, Boca Raton (lemongrassasianbistro.com) $$ MALAKOR THAI CAFÉ This Northwood staple offers a colorful setting to enjoy Thai classics such as curry and noodles, house favorites like green papaya salad with tempura shrimp and sticky mango rice, as well as a wide selection of sushi. 425 25th St., West Palm Beach (malakor.com) $$ NITROGEN BAR, GRILL, AND SUSHI This Jupiter outpost features a speakeasy-style bar, impeccable

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BRUNCH THE CIRCLE ROOM Sunday Brunch at The Breakers is a remarkable cornucopia of dishes, including breakfast favorites, a full raw bar with sushi and caviar, and an extraordinary display of desserts. Ocean views and a harpist complete the atmosphere of this elegant buffet. 1 S. County Road, Palm Beach (thebreakers.com) $$$

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BARCELLO With a pasta section ranging from Pad Thai to Rigatoni, and pizza toppings varying from ahi tuna and wasabi drizzle to prosciutto, there is no doubt that Barcello’s menu is one of the most unique in Palm Beach County. 11603 US. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach (barcellonpb.com) $$ GRANDVIEW PUBLIC MARKET Located in the emerging Warehouse District, the chic, industrial food hall features poké bowls and sushi burritos from Poké Lab Eatery, Zipitios’ tacos, Mediterranean eats from Lokanta, and coffee from Pumphouse Coffee Roasters. 1401 Clare Ave., West Palm Beach (grandviewpublic.com) $$ MAZIE’S Presenting modern takes on Old World dishes, a well-curated wine list, and playful cocktails in a trendy atmosphere. 3815 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (mazieswpb.com) $$$ RHYTHM CAFÉ Located on Antique Row, this West Palm Beach staple offers internationally inspired comfort food and an impressive beer and wine inventory. 3800A S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (rhythmcafe.com) $$

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FRENCH CAFÉ BOULUD Steps from Worth Avenue, this sophisticated four-star restaurant boasts the same French flair as its famed Manhattan cousin, with a dash of South Florida flavor. 301 Australian Ave., Palm Beach, in the Brazilian Court Hotel (cafeboulud.com) $$ DAYANE’S BISTRO Named after chef Riad Mesroua’s wife, this resto offers classic Southern French fare for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in both a relaxing outdoor garden and an elegant dining room. 516 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth (dayanesbistro.com) $$ KATHY’S GAZEBO CAFÉ With an Old World feel, Kathy’s specializes in French Continental dishes and wine pairings. 4199 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton (kathysgazebo.com) $$ LA NOUVELLE MAISON Savor the light and delicate cooking of chef Gregory Howell and indulge in the artful and hedonistic desserts from acclaimed pastry chef Stephanie Steliga. 455 E. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton (lnmbocaraton.com) $$$ LOÏC BAKERY CAFÉ BAR French native Loïc Autret is the man behind the out-ofthis-world croissants at this industrial-chic café. Stop in for coffee and pastries, or stay for avocado toast, omelets, salads, and sandwiches, which are all executed to perfection. 480 Hibiscus St. #116, West Palm Beach (bakeryloic.com) $ PISTACHE FRENCH BISTRO Presenting French bistro bites with a Mediterranean twist. Light and elegant dishes blend with rustic country favorites on the classic menu. 101 N. Clematis St., West Palm Beach (pistachewpb.com) $$

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FRENCH AMERICAN BRULÉ BISTRO A high-end gastropub with French and American dishes, this Pineapple Grove outpost draws regulars for creative cocktails and cuisine like ginger chicken meatballs. 200 N.E. 2nd Ave., Delray Beach (brulebistro.com) $$ CAFÉ L’EUROPE With influences from all over Latin America and Europe, Café L’Europe invites guests to enjoy its impressive wine list, exquisite desserts, and warm hospitality. 331 S. County Road, Palm Beach (cafeleurope.com) $$$ SIX TABLES There really are only six tables and 24 seats under the watchful eye of chef-owner Jon Fyhrie. 112 N.E. 2nd St., Boca Raton (sixtablesarestaurant.com) $$$

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ITALIAN 123 DATURA This fun hangout serves sharable versions of Italian favorites, like nonna’s meatballs and pizza-style sandwiches. 123 Datura St., West Palm Beach (123datura.com) $$ BICE Fine dining at its best. Homemade pastas, excellent service, and tiramisu will make you feel like Italy isn’t so far away. 313 Worth Ave., Palm Beach (bice-palmbeach.com) $$$

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2 TO TRY KALUZ RESTAURANT One look at the sleek, modern interior of Kaluz will convince you that Wellington dining has entered a new era. The food at this offshoot of a Fort Lauderdale favorite also delivers with elegant classics such as fire-roasted octopus, Chilean sea bass, cedar plank salmon, and Danish ribs. An eclectic wine list and an inventive selection of craft cocktails round out the experience. (kaluzrestaurant.com)

PIATTO BRAVO If you can’t marry into an Italian family, pay a visit to Wellington’s Piatto Bravo. Begin with some pristine carpaccio or meatballs, followed by homemade pasta such as short rib ravioli, pappardelle with wild mushrooms, or gnocchi. Main courses include options from veal scaloppini to zucchini noodles. Just like Sunday afternoons at nonna’s, the atmosphere is warm and cozy. (piattobravo.com) —Mark Spivak

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BRIO TUSCAN GRILLE Beautifully presented dishes are complemented by fine wine and dessert options. Glutenfree entrees are also available. 550 S. Rosemary Ave., West Palm Beach; 3101 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; 5050 Town Center Circle #239, Boca Raton (brioitalian.com) $$ CAFÉ CENTRO Reserve early for Thursday, Friday, or Saturday dinner, when this Northwood Village resto is packed for an energetic performance from a local singer and keyboardist who will have you singing and tossing napkins in the air. 2409 N. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (cafecentrowpb.com) $$ CAFÉ SAPORI This café’s menu offers classics from every region of Italy. Dishes run the gamut from delicate to earthy, and the kitchen never strikes a false note. 205 Southern Blvd., West Palm Beach (cafesapori.com) $$ CAFÉ FLORA Located in a garden courtyard off Worth Avenue, Café Flora presents Tuscan delicacies in a charming setting. For a picture-perfect evening, enjoy a glass of wine under the stars. 240 Worth Ave., Palm Beach (cafeflorapalmbeach.com) $$$ CASA D’ANGELO Angelo Elia’s Boca Raton outpost succeeds in every possible way. Chef Rickie Piper places an emphasis on market-fresh ingredients, backed by faultless execution. 171 E. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton (casa-d-angelo.com) $$$ CUCINA PALM BEACH After indulging in classic Italian dishes at this recently redecorated resto, clear your table for the nightclub. Suddenly, you’ll notice the disco ball that was hanging there the whole time. 257 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach (cucinapalmbeach.com) $$$ EVO Chef Erik Pettersen is on a mission to recreate the cooking of his Sicilian relatives. He has succeeded in transforming Southern Italian cuisine from a cliché to an art form. 150 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta (evoitalian.com) $$ GRATO Chef Clay Conley lends his prowess to Italian food at this casual, family-friendly trattoria. Highlights from the rustic menu include fresh pastas, brick-oven pizzas, and rotisserie meats. 1901 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (gratowpb.com) $$ LA SIRENA This Northern Italian beauty focuses on the cooking of the Amalfi Coast. Specialties include yellowtail snapper for two and the 16-ounce veal chop. 6316 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (lasirenaonline.com) $$ LIMONCELLO This trattoria serves up classic dishes in a whitetable-cloth yet family-friendly atmosphere. 2000 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens (limoncellopbg.com) $$$ PARADISO RISTORANTE Chef Angelo Romano serves traditional Italian meals along with some surprises, all of it outstanding. A true hidden gem. 625 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth (paradisolakeworth.com) $$$ RENATO’S Renato’s produces first-rate Italian and continental fare in a European setting. Dine on the patio in good weather and experience one of the most romantic settings Palm Beach has to offer. 87 Via Mizner, Palm Beach (renatospalmbeach.com) $$$ RISTORANTE CLARETTA Classic cuisine is beautifully prepared by this Northern Italian transplant. The wine list is striking and original, and the welcome couldn’t be warmer. 1315 S.W. Martin Hwy., Palm City (ristoranteclaretta.com) $$ SANT AMBROEUS Made famous in Manhattan, Sant Ambroeus pairs the essence of Old World Milan with fine dining, resulting in a classic menu that complements stylish surrounds reminiscent of a 1950s Italian café. 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach (santambroeus.com) $$$

TANZY Presenting creative Italian food, including a decadent dessert cart, Tanzy also caters the menu at iPic Theater, meaning you can enjoy your meal and a movie in a leather recliner. 301 Plaza Real, Boca Raton (tanzyrestaurant.com) $$$ TRAMONTI ITALIAN RISTORANTE A taste of New York, Tramonti is the Delray Beach version of Angelo’s of Mulberry St., which has been serving Neapolitan cuisine since 1902. 119 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (tramontidelray.com) $$$ TREVINI RISTORANTE Trevini serves Northern and Southern Italian dishes with taste and refinement. 223 Sunset Ave., Palm Beach (treviniristorante.com) $$$ VIC AND ANGELO’S Offering both light and savory Italian delights as well as an impressive wine selection, Vic and Angelo’s is an ideal choice for upscale-casual dining. 290 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (vicandangelos.com) $$$

MEXICAN CHOLO SOY COCINA This taqueria specializes in Ecuadorianstyle eats that pack outrageous flavor, like pork tacos topped with pickled pineapple peppers and llapingachos, potato cakes served with corn salsa and aji casero sauce. 3715 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (cholosoycocina.com) $ COYO TACO The Palm Beach location of this beloved Miami eatery features addictive Mexican street food with house-made ingredients in a casual atmosphere. Head to the secret bar in the back for margaritas and an impressive mezcal selection. 337 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach (coyo-taco.com) $ EL CAMINO An Atlantic Avenue staple, El Camino serves Mexican soul food, like brisket quesadillas and carne asada tacos. 15 N.E. 2nd Ave., Delray Beach (elcaminodelray.com) $$ ROCCO’S TACOS AND TEQUILA BAR Every day is Cinco de Mayo at Rocco Mangel’s high-energy eatery. 224 Clematis St., West Palm Beach; 5090 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; 110 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach; 5250 Town Center Circle, Boca Raton (roccostacos.com) $$

SEAFOOD 50 OCEAN The second floor of Boston’s on the Beach houses an elegant restaurant specializing in first-rate seafood and a beautiful brunch. 50 S. Ocean Blvd., Delray Beach (50ocean.com) $$ BENNY’S ON THE BEACH Celebrity chef Jeremy Hanlon has created a casual beachside dining experience featuring American and seafood cuisine. Guests can enjoy king crab, lobster, and calamari with a stunning view of the Atlantic Ocean. 10 S. Ocean Blvd., Lake Worth Beach (bennysonthebeach.com) $$ CAPTAIN CHARLIE’S REEF GRILL This unassuming restaurant packs a punch with a large selection of Cajun-inspired entrees. 12846 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach (captaincharlies reefgrillfl.com) $$

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CITY OYSTER AND SUSHI BAR With a full sushi bar, fresh oysters, and a bakery, City Oyster offers a plethora of options for all tastes. 213 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (cityoysterdelray.com) $$$ DECK 84 Burt Rapoport’s casual alfresco eatery, situated off Atlantic Avenue along the Intracoastal, highlights local Florida catches and seafood specialties such as a jumbo lump crab stack and tuna steak, which are best paired with one of the bar’s tropical cocktails. 840 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (deck84.com) $$ LITTLE MOIR’S FOOD SHACK Put on your jeans and enjoy some of the freshest and most creatively prepared seafood in the area. 103 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, #D3, Jupiter (littlemoirs.com) $$ MUSSEL BEACH This coastal-inspired restaurant offers 12 unique preparations of mussels, including Thai-style and Florentine, served in giant pots ideal for sharing and sopping up juices with an order of frites. 501 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (musselbeachdelray.com) $$ RACKS FISH HOUSE + OYSTER BAR Enjoy steam kettles, Prohibition-style cocktails, and a Grand Central-inspired oyster bar in a New England setting. 5 S.E. 2nd Ave., Delray Beach (racksdelray.com) $$$ THE SEAFOOD BAR AT THE BREAKERS The Seafood Bar offers stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean, along with the freshest fish and shellfish from the four corners of the United States. 1 S. County Road, Palm Beach (thebreakers.com) $$$ SEAWAY Fresh ocean ingredients and Latin flavors commingle at this oceanfront eatery at the Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach. 2800 S. Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach (fourseasons.com/palmbeach) $$ SINCLAIRS OCEAN GRILL The sleek decor matches the mouthwatering menu at Jupiter’s only upscale beachfront dining location. 5 N. A1A, Jupiter, in the Jupiter Beach Resort (sinclairsoceangrill.com) $$$ SPOTO’S OYSTER BAR Along with satisfying seafood dishes, come here to enjoy a specialty cocktail and a wide range of wines by the glass. 4560 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens (spotos.com) $$$

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ABE & LOUIE’S In addition to serving outstanding beef, Abe & Louie’s features classic New England seafood dishes. A comprehensive wine list rounds out the experience. 2200 W. Glades Road, Boca Raton (abeandlouies.com) $$$ BUTCHER BLOCK GRILL At this all-natural steak house, try the Butcher Burger or the goat cheese cheesecake, a twist on dessert. 7000 W. Camino Real, Boca Raton (butcherblockgrill.com) $$$ CHOPS LOBSTER BAR The extensive menu, featuring a collection of steak and seafood options, is complemented by an equally interesting wine list. 101 Plaza Real S., Boca Raton (buckheadrestaurants.com) $$$ CUT 432 This modern steak house has a hip, high-energy environment. Executive chef and owner Anthony Pizzo pairs his food with excellent wines. 432 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (cut432.com) $$$ IRONWOOD STEAK & SEAFOOD As the culinary centerpiece of the PGA National Resort & Spa, this restaurant is best described as a steak house with flair. Inventive dishes and unusual twists highlight the menu. 400 Avenue of the Champions, Palm Beach Gardens (pgaresort.com) $$ NEW YORK PRIME This steak house has it all: first-rate raw materials, flawlessly executed dishes, and tables spaced far enough apart for private conversations. 2350 N.W. Executive Center Drive, Boca Raton (newyorkprime.com) $$$ OKEECHOBEE STEAK HOUSE Credited as the oldest steak house in Florida, the Okeechobee Steak House opened in 1947 and has been an institution ever since. Its biggest draw is its free New York strip steak birthday dinner. 2854 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach (okeesteakhouse.com) $$$ SALT 7 Steak is the top draw at this late-night favorite, but make sure to savor the truffle mac and cheese as well as sashimi, specialty sushi rolls, and raw bar bites. 32 S.E. 2nd Ave., Delray Beach (salt7.com) $$$ STONEWOOD GRILL AND TAVERN At once casual and classy, Stonewood presents savory bites like bruschetta and sweet endings like chocolate bread pudding. 10120 Forest Hill Blvd., Wellington (stonewoodgrill.com) $$

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wo decades ago, a group of local philanthropists in Naples got together with the common goal of helping underprivileged and at-risk youth. What the founding trustees of the Naples Winter Wine Festival probably didn’t realize at the time, however, was that their brainchild would become the top wine charity event in the world, raising more than $191 million to date for children in need through the Naples Children & Education Foundation. For the twentieth anniversary of the festival, held on the Paradise Coast January 24-26, the trustees have assembled a group of vintners who represent a unique blend of established icons and emerging stars, all of whom will be paired with a celebrity chef for the series of dinners

on Friday evening. This year’s honored vintner is Saskia de Rothschild, who became chairwoman of Domaines Barons de Rothschild in 2018 at the age of 31. Her empire consists of some of the world’s greatest wine estates, including Château Lafite Rothschild and Duhart-Milon (Pauillac), L’Évangile (Pomerol), and Rieussec (Sauternes). A former journalist, she joined the DBR Board in 2008 and trained in the technical aspects of viticulture over six vintages. For her winemaker dinner, she wants to create a dialogue with attendees, with the aim of making the event more interactive and enjoyable. She believes her age will be an advantage in accomplishing that goal. “Bordeaux has an image of being dusty and old-fashioned,” she says.

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“For my generation, it’s rare to go to a dinner party and see a bottle of Bordeaux on the table. I try to counter that image by being an ambassador for the region, talking to sommeliers and presenting a more humble and open aspect of a wine estate.” Another next-gen vintner in attendance this year will be Will Harlan, who had not yet been born when his father founded Harlan Estate in 1984. He’ll represent the family’s newest venture, Promontory, located in a remote and isolated section of Oakville. As scarce as Harlan Estate and nearly as expensive ($850 per bottle), Promontory’s Cabernet-dominated Bordeaux blend has caught the attention of the wine world since it first appeared in 2008. Harlan isn’t the only scion of a famous winemaking family taking part in the festival this time around. Shannon Staglin, daughter of Shari and Garen Staglin and president of Staglin Family Vineyards, will present the estate’s distinctive bottlings from the Rutherford Bench. Siblings Eve and Erwan Faiveley, the seventh generation at Domaine Faiveley, embody the best of Burgundy. The new emphasis on youth doesn’t mean that the old guard is extinct. Luminaries such as Piero Antinori, Barbara Banke, and Olivier

Vintners such as Eve and Erwan Faiveley will be involved in NWWF tastings and dinners.

Krug will highlight the very best of Tuscany, California, and Champagne. As always, there is a delicate balance between vintners from the old and new worlds. For the twentieth anniversary, the festival’s trustees have assembled 20 Master Sommeliers who will supervise wine service at the vintner dinners and also enhance the guest experience at Saturday’s live auction. In all, it’s a remarkable lineup of wine talent and a testament to the efforts of the vintners, chefs, and organizers. Even more significant is the fact that all proceeds are passed directly to recipients. If you’re growing up poor in Immokalee, the event’s passionate excess will translate to a scholarship, vaccination, or badly needed pair of eyeglasses. (napleswinefestival.com) «

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HOME By Liza Grant Smith

DESIGN

Priscilla Hyatt Councill and Dianne Davant Moffitt of Dianne Davant & Associates found inspiration in the colors of the St. Lucie River that this Palm City home overlooks when creating its serene interior. The homeowners’ desire for a tranquil, sleek environment was coupled with an added challenge of attaining Gold LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification. For the co-designers, this meant employing reclaimed wood and sustainable materials to achieve their vision of an open and airy home where the interior flows with the outdoor surroundings. “We used Neolith [sintered stone] flooring on the main floor and reclaimed pine on the floors for the second level,” says Davant Moffitt. “The floating stairway as well as the great room fireplace surround and the ceiling were crafted from reclaimed heart cypress with pecky cypress accents.” Combining these warm wood elements with the owners’ collection of paintings and sculptures resulted in a contemporary abode that deserves both awards and accolades. Stuart (davant-interiors.com)

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WHITE WEDDING Designer Lisa Hynes of HW Interiors married textures and introduced symmetry into the living room of this Palm Beach Polo Golf and Country Club home. “When designing this space, we knew we had two big challenges: making a room this big look cohesive and making a statement right away since it was the first room you saw when you walked into the front door,” says Hynes. “We tried to elevate this space using symmetry and pairs of oversized items in luxurious textures, like the classicalpatterned area rugs, dark rift wood contemporary coffee tables, and crisp white sofas. The ceiling and trim details were all custom designed to add wow factor. We ended up with a rich, grown-up space with a timeless, curated vibe that is the perfect room to entertain in.” Wellington (hwinteriors.net)

LOUNGE ACT A fusion of Art Deco–inspired glam and contemporary design makes the Morgan lounge chair ($1,247) by Selamat Designs a standout piece. Callidus, Palm Beach (callidus palmbeach.com)

BRILLIANT BAMBOO Add a chic tropical splash with Port 68’s Baldwin bamboo chandelier ($1,485), featuring a shape inspired by the iconic Scalamandre wallpaper. Palm Beach Designer Fabrics, West Palm Beach (palmbeach designerfabrics.com)

SHINE ON Cut through a white palette with some metallic sparkle thanks to this Willow velvet lumbar pillow ($471) from Kevin O’Brien. Fine Linens, Tequesta (finelinensfl.com)

FASHION PLATE Created by an Italian fashion designer, the Arte Italica Bella Bianca beaded canape plates ($32 each) offer an elegantly understated backdrop to light bites and apps. T is for Table, West Palm Beach (tisfortable.com)

BERRY GOOD Handmade by artisans in Mexico, Stray Dog Designs’ KatKat mirror ($375) boasts papier-mâché berries and leaves blooming from an arched frame. Matilda’s, Stuart (matildaslifestyle.com)

RIBBON DANCE Evocative of a large piece of ribbon coral, this Oly Studio Pipa cocktail table ($2,775) is devoid of color but doesn’t sacrifice an ounce of intrigue. Gervis Design Studio, Boca Raton (gervisdesign.com)

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HOME INSPIRED LIVING

ISLAND VIBE

Clockwise from left: Amanda Lindroth; deck out a table with an abundance of flowers and pieces; Lindroth batik napkins and Harbour Island lanterns; a very Palm Beach room by Lindroth.

Amanda Lindroth is a true island girl. She grew up in Palm Beach in the 1970s, and the architecture, fashion, and essence of that era made an indelible mark on her personal style. After spending her 20s working at leading fashion publications and luxe brands like Gucci, she returned to the islands—this time to Nassau where she leveraged her aesthetic to decorate her husband’s development projects and her friends’ homes. In addition to interior design projects, she now oversees a collection of home decor products, operates shops in Palm Beach and Charleston, and pens a lifestyle blog entitled The Jolly. Here, Lindroth shares her modern take on island design and entertaining. (amandalindroth.com) PBI: What three adjectives capture the feel of today’s Palm Beach? Lindroth: Younger, beautiful, and exciting What are a few of your favorite Palm Beach shops for home decor? Kassatly’s for very special sheets, as well as F.S. Henemader Antiques and Leta Austin Foster. What’s one fun home accessory you are cur-

rently crushing on? Our Lindroth Harbour Island lanterns You grew up in Palm Beach in the 1970s. How has the island’s decor aesthetic changed? The over-the-top “Baronial Garnier” moment has ended. There was a period when some Palm Beach houses got offtrack and pretended to be at the court of Versailles. That was a bad moment. How does this Worth Avenue space you designed (pictured above left) evoke the modern Palm Beach dynamic? That space exemplifies the essence of Palm Beach—a 1920s building with an assembled group of vintage wicker, rattan, lacquer, murals, and chinoiserie walls. We threw it all at it! What are the keys to the style you bring to your island projects, and how can people incorporate some of that into their home decor? Every project is different. Some island houses

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Judge Moss JOINS WATERFRONT PROPERTIES PALM BEACH

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Furthering An Already Impressive Career Jonathan “Judge” Moss has been a fixture in and around Palm Beach for years and has over twenty years of experience in residential and commercial real estate. A top producer with an impressive reputation for being knowledgeable, honest and straightforward, Judge made the move to Waterfront Properties in 2019 to further an already successful real estate career.

Judge held senior brokerage positions at Sotheby’s International Realty, Brown Harris Stevens, and Christian Angle & Associates. Judge understands the business of Island real estate better than most. He brings valuable experience, market knowledge, financial savvy, and keen negotiating skills to Waterfront’s sellers and buyers. Judge called his new reality at Waterfront, “above and beyond his expectations.” In addition to the brokerage’s centrally located office at 333 Peruvian Avenue, Judge was attracted to the firm’s more than 20 staff members at the Jupiter headquarters. From their spacious, glassencased hive, the marketing group wields some of the industry’s most powerful digital technology and data, much of it proprietary, to help Waterfront’s agents aggressively market their homes.

Waterfront Owner Rob Thomson said, “An agent ofJudge’s stature would be welcome anywhere. He was already successful. I’m excited to see what he’ll do with our staff of marketing associates and arsenal of webbased tools.” Judge knows Palm Beach incredibly well. A focused listener, he also knows the surrounding markets. “I listen to understand, ‘okay, what’s motivating this buyer?’” This is precisely how Judge turned a would-be, offisland condo buyer into a Palm Beach homebuyer. “I knew it wasn’t a price issue. I educated the buyer about the property, the lifestyle, the local amenities and ‘we’ determined together that Palm Beach was the right fit.” Thomson said, “Seeing Judge come to value the benefit of a strong company behind his efforts doesn’t surprise me. It’s hard to argue with success.” And, why would you?

The marketing team’s tactics hinge on speed to market. Right out of the gate they place sellers’ properties on more than 6,000 real estate sites worldwide. This is especially important to attract national/international buyers. In 2018, more than 80% of buyers in the luxury domain began their search on the Internet. Buyers escaping high taxes are flocking from traditional feeder markets along the Eastern Seaboard. Canadian and European buyers invest more in South Florida real estate than in any other location across the country. Judge said pointedly, “When their Internet search begins, buyers quickly see us.” In Europe, where Waterfront maintains affiliate offices, Mayfair agents work in-country marketing Palm Beach sellers’ properties direct to European buyers seeking premiere properties on the Island. Even with all the resources and support, sellers’ success still comes down to Judge’s efforts on their behalf. “When I receive my commission check, my seller should know I’ve earned every nickel of that commission.” He continued, “With Waterfront, I have more tools and more time to do the work that sells homes.”

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BALANCE

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Bird’s-Eye VIEW birds and the names of nearby nurseries and retailers that carry them. Then, join John Rowden, director of community conservation for the National Audubon Society, at the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach January 27 for “Plants for Birds: Growing Healthy Communities for Birds and People Together.” This informative class is open to the public but reservations are required. (palmbeachpreservation.org)

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CLEAN Slate

Janna Ronert, a certified aesthetician, spent years treating and educating clients on their skin-care needs, all the while growing increasingly frustrated with existing products that played into short-lived fads, had confusing ingredients, and delivered ineffective results. To combat these issues, Ronert assembled a team of chemists, physicians, and skin professionals and founded a company to operate in a new category: clean clinical skin care. Lantana-based Image Skincare’s 13 collections can be found in treatment centers and spas around the world. The company’s newest line, Ormedic, follows in the tradition of thoughtful ingredient selection and scientific

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assessment. The seven clean products that comprise the collection are “the ultimate natural and balancing act for your skin,” says Ronert. “A synthesis of handpicked, certified organic ingredients sourced from around the globe are blended together with clinically smart ingredients to nourish, restore, and balance the skin.” She adds that her favorite Ormedic product is the balancing gel polisher, which she uses every day to achieve radiant skin. “It is the first power polisher that has a three-in-one natural exfoliation with organic olive powder, bamboo, and caviar lime extract. Secret tip: I also use it as a body polish in the shower.” (imageskincare.com)

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THE FIBER FACTOR

NOURISH

Get Fueled Up

Ever wish you could be like those svelte Hollywood A-listers who have nutritional gourmet meals delivered right to their door? Thanks to John Savarese, your wish has been granted. The former executive chef at the Flagler Steakhouse and the Italian Restaurant at The Breakers started Fuel for Fit to bring a touch of fine dining to food delivery. Clients choose from more than 60 meal combinations on an ever-changing monthly menu, everything from proteinfueled peanut butter and jelly pancakes to chimichurri flank steak. Each selection comes with a protein, a complex carbohydrate, and a vegetable that Savarese ensures provides the perfect balance to fuel your body throughout the day. “I believe many other companies lack attention to details and are more focused on producing cheap meals rather than a really well-refined product,” he says. In addition, Fuel for Fit meals include only domestic proteins, and the fat, sodium, and cholesterol content is kept to a minimum. “We take time with all of our menu development. We do not just throw food into a box.” (fuelforfitfl.com)

The new year is a great time to evaluate eating habits, but Palm Beach County nutritionist Jamie Schlifstein of Functional Eating cautions against getting caught up in fad foods. “All of a sudden these new foods are great, and people are touting them, but be careful,” she says. “You can take a good thing, like acai, and make it bad. All these places are doing acai bowls and they are ridiculously high in calories and sugar because they are adding all this fruit and sugar. You could be eating something healthy, but instead you are eating 650 calories.” What should you be eating in 2020? Schlifstein’s suggestions all have a common

denominator: fiber. While it’s not the sexiest of nutrition trends, it is one that promotes both health and weight loss. It is also lacking in many diets, with the average American only getting half of their daily fiber needs. “Carbohydrates turn to glucose in your bloodstream once they are digested, but fiber doesn’t,” explains Schlifstein. “Fiber is a product that we don’t digest, so it stays in your GI system. Fiber has been proven in studies to help you feel fuller, so it’s good for weight loss. It also naturally brings cholesterol levels down, reduces symptoms of IBS, promotes regularity, and helps prevent certain risks associated with colon cancer.” Here, she shares three fiber-rich foods to try in 2020. (jamieschlifstein.com)

CHIA SEEDS Named after the ancient Mayan word for strength, these tiny black seeds from the plant Salvia hispanica (related to mint) deliver a powerful punch. While they have very little taste, they do add texture. Sprinkle them over Greek yogurt, salads, or vegetables, or use them as the base for an overnight pudding. Why they’re awesome: • 11 grams of fiber per ounce (about 2 tbsp.) • Excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids • High in quality protein BLACKBERRIES This superfood is readily available at farmer’s markets and in produce shops and grocery stores. Look for blackberries that have a uniform color with no light splotches. They should also have a strong berry scent, so pass on those that don’t because they won’t be as flavorful. Why they’re awesome: • 8 grams of fiber per cup • Loaded with vitamin C (a cup of raw blackberries has half the daily recommended value) • May boost brain health thanks to antioxidants BEANS While Schlifstein gives a nod to lentils and black beans, she ultimately leaves it up to her clients to select the beans they enjoy the most. Thanks to their fiber and protein composition, beans can be used to create a filling meatless meal. Why they’re awesome: • A great source of protein • High in fiber • Consumption could decrease the likelihood of experiencing a heart attack, stroke, or other cardiovascular health problem

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A House DIVIDED

This year, the Florida housing market could BENEFIT from steadfast truths or HURT from unpredictable factors By Judy Martel

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n many ways, the story of residential real estate sales in Florida in 2019 was a repeat of 2018. But several economic and housing uncertainties could change the narrative for 2020, including availability of homes for sale, stock market performance, mortgage interest rate levels, and the outcome of the presidential election. Forecasting the real estate market is tricky.

Consider 2019: At the beginning of the year, sales were down sharply and available inventory was rising, says Brad O’Connor, chief economist at Florida Realtors. “Out of the gate, our forecast for 2019 was initially on track because mortgage rates were quite high in late 2018 compared to where they had been, and that was putting a damper on the market,” he adds. “We didn’t have an expectation that rates would be significantly different in 2019.” But by March and April, as rates dropped, the market saw a large recovery and very healthy sales. “We ended up well ahead of expectations for the year.” In 2020, inventory is expected to be lower, which could drive up prices. “It’s tough to make a prediction, but we do have to make a plan for [this] year and the next

30 years,” says Kim Price, Realtor with William Raveis in Palm Beach and president of the Jupiter-Tequesta-Hobe Sound Council of the Miami Association of Realtors. “Over the next 30 years, we can expect three to five recessions, if history repeats itself. That’s a guarantee. What we can’t predict is the timing.” Florida continues to benefit from the federal tax law reform that took effect in 2018, capping mortgage interest deductions at $750,000 and state, local, and property tax deductions at $10,000. With no state or local income tax, Florida’s luxury market in particular is more attractive to buyers. “We’re seeing many buyers from the Northeast, as well as California buyers who historically didn’t have Florida on their radar,” says Price. “We’re still affordable in comparison to high-tax states.” In 2017 and 2018, luxury properties were selling throughout Florida at a pace far exceeding that of the overall housing market, says O’Connor. Since then, Price says the luxury sector in Palm Beach County has dipped

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EXPLORE OUR NEW EXPANSION slightly as more homeowners downsize; if any housing sector is going to feel a potential economic downturn, she believes it will be that one. In spite of that, she adds that the luxury market here will maintain its strength relative to other high-priced markets in the country because of the Florida lifestyle and tax benefits. “As the stock market continues to perform, investors are also looking to pull out profits to put toward Florida real estate,” she says. Even so, a lot of what she calls “what-if’s” about the economy next year could deter buyers who might take a wait-andsee attitude. “When people feel wealthy, they will buy a home.” The buyers most hurt in recent years and going into 2020 are those looking for affordable homes, which in Palm Beach County are typically priced at $300,000 and under. With a shortage of skilled labor, coupled with higher prices on land and materials, many builders say they can’t make a profit in this market, O’Connor notes. “We do have pent-up demand and buyers ready to pull the trigger if they have the ability to buy a home,” Price says. “But we still have an affordable-housing crisis, and that sector is hurting terribly. You have tight inventory when you’re looking for any home priced below $350,000.” New-home construction plans generally don’t include those priced between $250,000

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One of the best senior communities in West Palm Beach is getting even better! New studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom private assisted living apartments. and $300,000, causing buyers to look in less expensive Florida markets, like Martin County, she adds. In addition, both O’Connor and Price say that many homeowners are choosing to age in place or remain and renovate instead of upgrading to a more expensive home, contributing to the dearth of affordable housing inventory. But overall, Price is optimistic about Palm Beach County’s housing market in 2020. To attract potential buyers, she cites a pro-business environment with steady growth of professional jobs and the county’s plans for extending the light rail system farther north, along with the climate, tax benefits, and variety of communities supporting the outdoor Florida lifestyle. “It’s going to be an interesting market, but even in another economic downturn, we are pro-business, and I don’t see problems here,” she says. “Our claim to fame in Palm Beach County is our lifestyle, as well as our tax benefits.” «

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The Middle KINGDOM

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An opera set in a fantasy version of China and starring a gorgeous yet icy princess who promises to behead any suitor who can’t answer a series of riddles? Count us in! Palm Beach Opera will bring this tale to the stage when it presents Turandot at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach January 24-26. Giacomo Puccini was still working on this score when he died in 1924, and Franco Alfano later stepped in to complete it. In addition to being Puccini’s final

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musical endeavor, it also ranks as his most adventurous, complete with an array of Asian-inspired flourishes—such as gongs, toned instruments, and traditional Chinese songs—as well as one of the most famous tenor arias of all time. For Palm Beach Opera’s production, director Keturah Stickann will join forces with chief conductor David Stern to lead a cast that includes Alexandra Loutsion and Alexandra LoBianco in the role of Princess Turandot. (pbopera.org)

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ARTS & CULTURE

MAC STONE

CARLTON WARD

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JANUARY 2020

Listen, Jim Rennert

GOINGS ON 2 “Stealing Rembrandt” lecture, Dixon Education

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Building, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, free, reservation required. (fourarts.org)

3 Art After Dark, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, also Jan. 10, 17, 24, and 31, free. (norton.org)

4 Art Show in the Gardens, Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens, also Jan. 5, free. (pslbg.org)

Fresh Rx Farm Dinner with The Colony Hotel, Lox Farms, Loxahatchee, $150. (freshrx.org)

Hike Through History, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, free, registration required. (jupiterlighthouse.org)

5 Swank Table: Throwback to the ’70s, Swank Specialty Produce, Loxahatchee, $160. (swankspecialtyproduce.com)

From top: Lighthouse ArtCenter will host “H2O: Trickle Down,” an exhibiton of ocean-stewardship images by Mac Stone, Carlton Ward, and others, beginning January 16; “With These Hands: Sculptures by Jim Rennert” opens at the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens January 9; illusionist Vitaly will perform at the Kravis Center January 15.

6 “Art Around Rembrandt: Dutch Golden Age Paintings in the Rijksmuseum” lecture, Dixon Education Building, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, free, reservation required. (fourarts.org)

7 Catherine Zeta-Jones, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $35. (fourarts.org)

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Arts Garage will host Philippe Lemm Trio (left) January 12 and Yamit and the Vinyl Blvd. (above) January 18.

8 “Decorative Arts in Dania Beach” lecture, Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, free. (artdecopb.org)

An Evening of Music and Art in the Gardens, Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, West Palm Beach, $500. (ansg.org)

“From Novice to Art Market Innovator: Rembrandt’s Extraordinary Career as a Printmaker” lecture, Dixon Education Building, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, free, reservation required. (fourarts.org)

Lighthouse Sunset Tour, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, also Jan. 15, 22, and 29, $20. (jupiterlighthouse.org)

“Making Modern Florida” lecture, 1916 County Courthouse, West Palm Beach, $20. (hspbc.org) Silver Science Days “Healthy Aging and Helpful Resources” lecture, South Florida Science Center and Aquarium, West Palm Beach, $10. (sfsciencecenter.org)

9 Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary, 825 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach, to Jan. 12, contact for ticket prices. (artpbfair.com) “Tillers of the Soil: Ruth St. Denis and Ted Shawn, American Dance Pioneers” lecture, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $25. (kravis.org)

10 Laser Light Shows, South Florida Science Center and Aquarium, West Palm Beach, $10-$12. (sfsciencecenter.org)

Lighthouse Moonrise Tour, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, $25. (jupiterlighthouse.org)

Screen on the Green: Toy Story 4, West Palm Beach Waterfront, free. (wpb.org)

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DON’T CRY FOR ME, BOCA RATON, BECAUSE THE WICK THEATRE WILL STAGE THE MUSICAL EVITA JANUARY 16 TO FEBRUARY 23. REIMAGINED IN A 1996 FILM STARRING MADONNA, THIS TONY AWARD WINNER BY ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER AND TIM RICE FOLLOWS EVA PERON THROUGH HER RISE AS A POLITICAL LEADER IN ARGENTINA. (THEWICK.ORG) EXPERIENCE EDGAR ALLAN POE’S MACABRE MASTERPIECE AS YOU NEVER HAVE BEFORE WHEN THE SOCIETY OF THE FOUR ARTS HOSTS “THE TELL-TALE HEART” JANUARY 29. COMPOSER AND PIANIST GREGG KALLOR, ACCOMPANIED BY CELLIST JOSHUA ROMAN AND MEZZO-SOPRANO JENNIFER JOHNSON CANO, AURALLY INTERPRETS THE SPOOKY BEATS OF POE’S SHORT STORY INTO CHILLING CHAMBER MUSIC. (FOURARTS.ORG)

Beach County, Lake Worth Beach, free. (palmbeachculture.com)

Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead 5K, South Florida Science Center and Aquarium, West Palm Beach, $30-$35. (sfsciencecenter.org)

Saturday Morning Art: Eyes on Art, Boca Raton Museum of Art, free. (bocamuseum.org)

Swank Master Chef: New Orleans, Swank Specialty Produce, Loxahatchee, $160. (swankspecialtyproduce.com) 12 Oshogatsu: A New Year’s Celebration, Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, Delray Beach, $10-$20, free for members and children younger than 3. (morikami.org) 13 Culture and Cocktails: Hey, Madam Producer, The Colony, Palm Beach, $75-$125. (palmbeachculture.com)

14 “Twelve Rules for Life” lecture with Jordan Peterson, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $35. (fourarts.org)

15 Rededication of the Earl ET Smith Dedication Park, Earl ET Smith Dedication Park, Palm Beach, free. (palmbeachpreservation.org)

NOT THROWING AWAY MY SHOT

The biggest Broadway hit of the twenty-first century (so far) arrives in West Palm Beach this month. Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton Julia Harriman and Austin Scott will be at the Kravis as Eliza and Alexander Hamilton Center January 28 to February 16. After reading Ron Chernow’s biography on Hamilton, Miranda was inspired to immortalize the OG Secretary of the Treasury in a hip-hop-infused musical that premiered in 2015 and went on to win 11 Tony Awards. Miranda found something universal in Hamilton’s rise from an orphan to a founding father, and touring cast member Paul Oakley Stovall, who plays George Washington, notes that the message at the heart of Hamilton is one that we all can relate to. “For all of its wild, innovative spirit, it simultaneously tells a very traditional hero’s journey story that hits at the core of the human psyche and soul,” he says. “Love, trust, death, fear, courage, mistakes, recovery—these are things we grapple with every day, and they are all on fantastic display in Hamilton.” (kravis.org) JOAN MARCUS

PICKS

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Arts, Palm Beach, free, reservation required. (fourarts.org)

16 Lecture with Cynthia Kanai of the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, 1916 County Courthouse, West Palm Beach, $10. (hspbc.org)

South Florida Fair, South Florida Fairgrounds, West Palm Beach, to Feb. 2, $8-$40. (southfloridafair.com)

18 Downtown Delray Beach Festival of the Arts, Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach, also Jan. 19, free. (artfestival.com)

“How to Read Chinese Paintings” lecture, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, included with museum admission. (norton.org)

Palm Beach Policemen’s and Firemen’s Ball, benefiting Palm Beach Police and Fire Foundation, The Mar-a-Lago Club, Palm Beach, $1,000. (pbpf.us)

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17 Nerd Night, South Florida Science Center and Aquarium, West Palm Beach, $15-$18. (sfsciencecenter.org)

MUSICAL MEMORIES

The Flagler Museum kicks off its 2020 Music Series this month, presenting a “Best of the Best” season From left: Attend concerts by the Ying Quartet starring standout performers from years past. While January 14 and the Aureole Trio January 28. the museum is currently celebrating its sixtieth anniversary, its musical traditions extend beyond its founding as a cultural institution. Henry and Mary Lily Flagler were great lovers of chamber music and often welcomed guests into Whitehall’s opulent Music Room for concerts featuring the Gilded Age’s top musicians, who made use of a stunning Steinway upright piano and a 1,249-pipe organ. Today, though the setting has changed to the museum’s West Room, Henry and Mary Lily’s euphonious legacy lives on through programs packed with music composed before 1930. The Ying Quartet, who first played at the museum in 2011, will return January 14, and the Aureole Trio, who debuted at the Flagler in 2005, will wow audiences with its flute, viola, and harp stylings January 28. Each concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. and include a post-show reception with Champagne, dessert, and the chance to mingle with the performers. (flaglermuseum.us)

Swank Master Chef: Raleigh/Durham, Swank Specialty Produce, Loxahatchee, $160. (swankspecialty produce.com)

John Kelly, Waxlax Stage, Riverside Theatre, Vero Beach, contact for ticket prices. (riversidetheatre.com)

19 “Jazz and Civil Rights” lecture, Arts Garage,

Palm Beach Poetry Festival, Old School Square,

Delray Beach, $10. (artsgarage.org)

Delray Beach, to Jan. 25, contact for ticket prices. (palmbeachpoetryfestival.org)

25 DragonFest, Palm Beach Zoo, West Palm Beach, contact for ticket prices. (palmbeachzoo.org)

Palm Beach Wine Auction, benefiting Kravis Center education programs, 1000 North, Jupiter, $1,250. (palmbeachwineauction.org)

“Georgia O’Keeffe and Frida Kahlo: Living Modern and Constructing an Artistic Image” symposium, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm

“Patronage, Architecture, and Magnificence in Cosimo de’ Medici’s Florence” lecture, Boca Raton Museum of Art, $15. (bocamuseum.org)

20 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Brunch, benefiting the Spady Cultural Heritage Museum, Indian Spring Country Club, Boynton Beach, $45. (spadymuseum.com) Violinist Daniel Andai will perform with The Symphonia as part of its “A Passion for Italy” concert January 5.

24 “O’Keeffe Living Modern: Designing the Exhibition” lecture, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, free. (norton.org)

Beach, free, registration required. (norton.org)

Polo for a Purpose, benefiting Polo for Life, International Polo Club, Wellington, $1,500. (poloforlife.org)

21 “Hamilton: The Man Behind the Musical” lecture, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $25. (kravis.org)

“The Most Important Thing in Life” lecture with Arthur Brooks, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $35. (fourarts.org)

22 “Lost Landscapes at Palm Beach” lecture with Augustus Mayhew, Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, West Palm Beach, $25-$35. (ansg.org)

Old Bags Luncheon, benefiting Center for Family

Kusama: Infinity film screening and discussion with director Heather Lenz, Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, Delray Beach, $7-$10. (morikami.org)

Soul Party with Cece Teneal and Soul Kamotion, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, tickets start at $150. (artsgarage.org)

Susan G. Komen South Florida Race for the Cure, Meyer Amphitheatre, West Palm Beach, registration fees start at $10. (komenflorida.org/race)

Tranquility Yoga with Chamber Ensemble, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $25. (kravis.org) 26 Fresh Rx Farm Dinner with Driftwood, Lox

Services of Palm Beach County, The Breakers, Palm Beach, $450. (ctrfam.org)

Farms, Loxahatchee, $150. (freshrx.org)

23 Continuum Palm Beach Art Fair, various lo-

Swank Table: Chefs for Sustainable Seafood,

cations in downtown West Palm Beach, to Feb. 1, contact for ticket prices. (continuumwpbarts.com)

Swank Specialty Produce, Loxahatchee, $160. (swank specialtyproduce.com)

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AGENDA 28 “The Square and the Tower: Making Sense of a Networked World” lecture with Niall Ferguson, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the

Michael Walters stars as Dame Edna in “Something Like a Dame” at the Delray Beach Playhouse January 5.

Four Arts, Palm Beach, $35. (fourarts.org)

PERFORMANCES

29 “The Chinese Philosophy of Taoism and Tai Chi: Past and Present” lecture with monk Yun Rou, Dixon Education Building, The Society of the

Theatre, Boca Raton, $75. (thewick.org)

1 Bourbon Street to the Big Bands, The Wick Salute to Vienna New Year’s Concert, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $35. (kravis.org)

Four Arts, Palm Beach, free, reservation required. (four arts.org)

Delray Beach Fashion Week, various locations in downtown Delray Beach, to Feb. 2, contact for ticket prices. (delrayfashionweek.com)

2 Clematis by Night, West Palm Beach Waterfront, also Jan. 9, 16, and 23, free. (wpb.org)

30 Clematis by Night Super Bowl Pre-Party,

3 The Anderson Brothers Play Gershwin, Arts

West Palm Beach Waterfront, free. (wpb.org)

Collections and Conversations: Ronnie Heyman and Beth Rudin DeWoody, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, included with museum admission. (norton.org)

31 Art Palm Beach, Palm Beach County Convention Center, West Palm Beach, to Feb. 3, contact for ticket prices. (nextlevelfairs.com)

Garage, Delray Beach, $35-$45. (artsgarage.org)

Collections and Conversations: Celebrating Women’s Leadership, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, included with museum admission. (norton.org)

Nights at the Museum: Winter Wonders, South Florida Science Center and Aquarium, West Palm Beach, $6-$14.95, free for children younger than 3. (sfsciencecenter.org)

Artikal Sound System, Old School Square Pavilion, Delray Beach, free. (oldschoolsquare.org) The Comedy Zone, Waxlax Stage, Riverside Theatre, Vero Beach, also Jan. 4, $12-$18. (riversidetheatre.com) Eddie Griffin, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, also Jan. 4, $35-$45. (palmbeachimprov.com)

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Jeff Harnar Sings Sammy Cahn All the Way, Delray Beach Playhouse, also Jan. 4, $39-$49; also Jan. 5, Mizner Park Cultural Center, Boca Raton, contact for ticket prices. (delraybeachplayhouse.com; miznerparkculturalcenter.com)

John Mueller’s Winter Dance Party, Crest Theatre, Old School Square, Delray Beach, also Jan. 4, $57-$67. (oldschoolsquare.org) New Play Festival, Theatre Lab, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, to Jan. 5, tickets start at $15. (fauevents.com)

Ordinary Americans, Palm Beach Dramaworks, West Palm Beach, to Jan. 5, $77-$92. (palmbeachdramaworks.org) Primal Forces presents Villainous Company, Sol Theater, Boca Raton, to Jan. 12, $35-$40. (primalforces.com)

Simply Streisand, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, tickets start at $50. (jupitertheatre.org) 4 CJ Chenier and the Red Hot Louisiana Band, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $35-$45. (artsgarage.org)

Legends on the Lawn: Jeff Grainger, Canyon Amphitheater, Boynton Beach, free. (discover.pbcgov.org)

New York Old Friend, Wold Performing Arts Center, Lynn University, Boca Raton, also Jan. 5, $50-$70. (lynn.edu/events)

Screening of the National Theatre’s All About Eve, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $15-$25. (fourarts.org)

5 Cellist Carmine Miranda and pianist Marina Berberian, Boca Raton Museum of Art, included with museum admission. (bocamuseum.org) Curtis Institute of Music presents the Vera Quartet, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $30. (fourarts.org)

Michael Walters presents “Something Like a Dame,” Delray Beach Playhouse, $35. (delraybeachplayhouse.com)

The Symphonia presents “Connoisseur Concert: A Passion for Italy,” Roberts Theater, St. Andrew’s School, Boca Raton, $67-$84. (thesymphonia.org)

Synco Romantico, Spanish River Church, Boca Raton, to Jan. 7, contact for ticket prices. (spanishriverconcerts.org) Violinist Midori and pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $29. (kravis.org)

6 David Osborne: Pianist to Presidents, Wold Performing Arts Center, Lynn University, Boca Raton, contact for ticket prices. (lynn.edu/events) Gavin Creel, Crest Theatre, Old School Square, Delray Beach, also Jan. 7, $60-$90. (oldschoolsquare.org)

7 Atlantic Classical Orchestra presents “Masterworks I: Variations,” Community Church of Vero Beach; also Jan. 8, Eissey Campus Theatre, Palm Beach Gardens; also Jan. 10, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $30-$90. (atlantic classicalorchestra.com)

A Bronx Tale, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, to Jan. 12, tickets start at $44. (kravis.org)

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AGENDA The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens will host its annual Oshogatsu: A New Year’s Celebration festival January 12.

Thoroughly Modern Millie, Stark Stage, Riverside Theatre, Vero Beach, to Jan. 26, tickets start at $35. (riversidetheatre.com)

New Year/New Plays Festival, Palm Beach Drama-

8 Married to Broadway, The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $50. (lyrictheatre.com)

works, West Palm Beach, to Jan. 12, tickets start at $20. (palmbeachdramaworks.org)

Tovah is Leona, Mizner Park Cultural Center, Boca

Orange Sunshine, Old School Square Pavilion, Del-

Raton, to Jan. 10, contact for ticket prices; also Jan. 11-12, Delray Beach Playhouse, $49-$59. (miznerparkcultural center.com; delraybeachplayhouse.com)

ray Beach, free. (oldschoolsquare.org)

Russell Peters, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, to Jan. 12, $40-$50. (palmbeachimprov.com)

Violinist Blake Pouliot, Stage West, Duncan Theatre, Lake Worth Beach, $35. (duncantheatre.org)

Violinist Bomsori Kim and pianist Juho Pujonen, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the

Leanne Morgan, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, $20. (palmbeachimprov.com)

Four Arts, Palm Beach, $40. (fourarts.org)

Marshall Turkin’s Classic Jazz Ensemble, Boca

9 Brighton Beach Memoirs, Levis JCC Sandler

Raton Museum of Art, included with museum admission. (bocamuseum.org)

Center, Boca Raton, to Jan. 19, $30-$40. (levisjcc.org)

10 Magic Just for Laughs, Arts Garage, Delray

Cirquesco, The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $47. (lyrictheatre.com)

Beach, $30-$45. (artsgarage.org)

Hip-Hop Revolution: The Cypher, Arts Garage,

Marissa Mulder, Persson Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, also Jan. 11, $39. (kravis.org)

Delray Beach, $10. (artsgarage.org)

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Station Sessions Showcase, Elizabeth Ave. Station, West Palm Beach, free. (thestationwpb.com) Tapestry: The Carole King Songbook, Delray Beach Playhouse, $45; also Jan. 11-12, Mizner Park Cultural Center, Boca Raton, contact for ticket prices. (delraybeachplayhouse.com; miznerparkcultural center.com) To Life II: More Stories and Music of the Golden Age of Broadway, Willow Theatre at Sugar Sand Park, Boca Raton, to Feb. 2, $40. (willow theatre.org)

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11 Classic Albums Live: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers’ Damn the Torpedoes, Old School Square Pavilion, Delray Beach, $20-$75. (oldschoolsquare.org)

Guitarist Leo Kottke, The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, contact for ticket prices. (lyrictheatre.com)



John Daversa Small Band, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $35-$45. (artsgarage.org) The Righteous Brothers, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, tickets start at $72. (sunrisetheatre.com)

Screening of The Metropolitan Opera’s Wozzeck, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $15-$25. (fourarts.org) 12 Beyond Tango: The Influence of Argentine Music on the Americas, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, $20. (norton.org) Chris MacDonald’s Memories of Elvis: Rockin’ Birthday Bash, Rinker

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Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $50; also Jan. 18, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, tickets start at $25. (kravis.org; sunrisetheatre.com)



Jupiter String Quartet, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $30. (fourarts.org) The Music and Times of Hoagy Carmichael, Wold Performing Arts Center, Lynn University, Boca Raton, contact for ticket prices. (lynn.edu/events) Philippe Lemm Trio, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $35-$45. (artsgarage.org) 13 The Naked Magicians, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, also Jan. 14, $43-$63. (kravis.org) NFM Wroclaw Philharmonic, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, also Jan. 14, contact for ticket prices. (kravis.org)

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Palm Beach Symphony presents “Breaking Ground,� Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $40. (palmbeachsymphony.org)



Sinatra with Matt Dusk, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $30. (kravis.org)

14 Chicago, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, to Feb. 2, tickets start at $62. (jupiter theatre.org)

Magician Steve Trash, The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $12. (lyrictheatre.com) Ying Quartet, Flagler Museum, Palm Beach, $70. (flaglermuseum.us) 15 Michael Feinstein and the Kravis Center Pops Orchestra Big Band presents “Celebrating the Swingers,� Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $39. (kravis.org)

The Secret Comedy of Women, Mizner Park Cultural Center, Boca Raton, to Feb. 23, $45-$65. (miznerparkculturalcenter.com)

Shuler King, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, $20. (palmbeachimprov.com) Todd Murray presents “Croon: When a Whisper Becomes a Song,� Wold Performing Arts Center, Lynn University, Boca Raton, $40. (lynn.edu/ events)

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AGENDA Vitaly: An Evening of Wonders, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $32. (kravis.org)

16 Elmar Oliveira International Violin Competition Quarterfinals, Amarnick-Goldstein Concert Hall, Lynn University, Boca Raton, to Jan. 18, free. (elmaroliveiraivc.org)

Bella Gaia, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, also Jan. 18, $39. (kravis.org)

The Pout-Pout Fish, Persson Hall, Kravis Center,

Brad Sherwood, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm

Screening of The Metropolitan Opera’s Turandot, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four

Beach, to Jan. 19, $22. (palmbeachimprov.com)

Arts, Palm Beach, $15-$25. (fourarts.org)

Classic Rock Therapy, Old School Square Pavilion, Delray Beach, free. (oldschoolsquare.org)

Evita, The Wick Theatre, Boca Raton, to Feb. 23, $75$95. (thewick.org)

Greggie and the Jets, Crest Theatre, Old School

Miami City Ballet presents “I’m Old Fashioned,” Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm

Yamit and the Vinyl Blvd., Arts Garage, Delray

Beach, to Jan. 19, tickets start at $30. (kravis.org)

Beach, $35-$45. (artsgarage.org)

Mitch Woods and his Rocket 88s, Arts Garage,

19 Branford Marsalis Quartet, Gubelmann Audi-

Delray Beach, $35-$45. (artsgarage.org)

torium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $30. (fourarts.org)

ticket prices. (lakeworthplayhouse.org)

Superstar: The Songs, The Stories, The Carpenters, Eissey Campus Theatre, Palm Beach Gardens, $36. (eisseycampustheatre.org)

17 Ana Popovic, The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $42. (lyric theatre.com)

BalletX, Duncan Theatre, Lake Worth Beach, also Jan. 18, $45. (duncantheatre.org)

Tito Puente Jr., The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $47. (lyric theatre.com)

Square, Delray Beach, $35-$55. (oldschoolsquare.org)

Gypsy, Lake Worth Playhouse, to Feb. 2, contact for

West Palm Beach, $12. (kravis.org)

Nut Cracked, Studio One Theatre, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, also Jan. 18, $22. (fauevents. com)

18 Gentri: The Gentlemen Trio, Wold Performing Arts Center, Lynn University, Boca Raton, also Jan. 19, $50-$70. (lynn.edu/events)

Matisyahu, Persson Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, also Jan. 19, tickets start at $59. (kravis.org)

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, contact for ticket prices. (kravis.org)

Siempre Flamenco Ritmos, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $35-$45. (artsgarage.org)

Sunday on the Waterfront: Derek Mack Band, Currie Park, West Palm Beach, free. (wpb.org)

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Elmar Oliveira International Violin Competition Semifinals, Amarnick-Goldstein Concert Hall, Lynn University, Boca Raton, also Jan. 22, free. (elmaroliveiraivc.org)

22 Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center presents Wu Han and Friends, Gubelmann Audi-

Catch That Golden Girls Show, a puppet parody of the classic sitcom, at Old School Square January 31 to February 1.

23 ’70s Rock and Roll Roadshow, Duncan Theatre, Lake Worth Beach, $35. (duncan theatre.org)

torium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $40. (fourarts.org)

Bresky Bash 2020: A Concert for Community, Mizner

Jeff Norris, Delray Beach Playhouse, contact for

Park Amphitheater, Boca Raton, $25. (mizneramp.com)

ticket prices; also Jan. 24, Mizner Park Cultural Center, Boca Raton, contact for ticket prices. (delraybeachplay house.com; miznerparkculturalcenter.com)

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21 The 39 Steps, Waxlax Stage, Riverside Theatre, Vero Beach, to Feb. 9, $65. (riversidetheatre.com)

Jack Hanna presents “Into the Wild Live,” Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, tickets start at $42. (sunrise theatre.com)

Palm Beach Opera presents Turandot, Dreyfoos

Palm Beach Symphony presents “I Am Not a Rock Star,” Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach,

24 The Capitol Steps, The Lyric Theatre, Stuart,

$25-$50. (palmbeachsymphony.org)

$50. (lyrictheatre.com)

Palo, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $35-$45. (arts garage.org)

Rat Pack Together Again, Lake Worth Playhouse,

Jarrod Spector: (Con) Artist, Eissey Campus Theatre, Palm Beach Gardens, $46. (eisseycampustheatre.org)

Spider Cherry, Old School Square Pavilion, Delray Beach, free. (oldschoolsquare.org)

Lavell Crawford, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, to Jan. 26, $30. (palmbeachimprov.com)

A Very Silly Vaudeville, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis

$29-$35. (lakeworthplayhouse.org)

Violinist Francisco Fullana, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $32. (kravis.org)

Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, to Jan. 26, tickets start at $20. (pbopera.org)

Center, West Palm Beach, $15. (kravis.org)

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ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN IN THE FIELDS ORCHESTRA WITH JOSHUA BELL, CONDUCTOR AND VIOLIN Tuesday, February 18 at 8 pm • Tickets start at $39 PEAK Series

KORESH DANCE COMPANY: LA DANSE Thursday and Friday, March 5-6 at 7:30 pm RINKER PLAYHOUSE • Tickets $39

KENNY G Tuesday, March 10 at 8 pm • Tickets start at $25

THE COLOR PURPLE

A Kravis Center Community Outreach Event Hosted by the Kravis Center’s Community Relations Committee

PEAK Series

GINA CHAVEZ Thursday, February 20 at 7:30 pm RINKER PLAYHOUSE • Tickets $35 PEAK Series is made possible by a grant from the MLDauray Arts Initiative in honor of Leonard and Sophie Davis Guests attending PEAK performances in Rinker Playhouse will receive a ticket voucher for one complimentary beverage.

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Wednesday, March 11 at 7 pm • Tickets start at $29

AN AMERICAN IN PARIS Sunday, March 15 at 8 pm • Tickets start at $32

ANTHONY NUNZIATA SOUNDTRACK: THE MUSIC OF OUR LIVES! Friday and Saturday, March 27-28 at 7:30 pm PERSSON HALL • Tickets start at $35 All shows in Dreyfoos Hall unless otherwise noted. All programs and artists subject to change

Visit the Center’s official website kravis.org or call 561.832.7469 Group Sales: 561.651.4438 or 561.651.4304

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AGENDA 25 Atlantic Classical Orchestra presents “Chamber Series Concert I: Impressions and Expressions,” Blake Library, Stuart; also Jan. 26, Vero Beach Museum of Art, contact for ticket prices. (atlanticclassicalorchestra.com)

Classic Albums Live: Jimi Hendrix’s Are You Experienced, Old School Square Pavilion, Delray Beach, $20-$75. (oldschoolsquare.org)

Elmar Oliveira International Violin Competition Finals, Wold Performing Arts Center, Lynn University, Boca Raton, also Jan. 26, $35-$50. (elmaroliveiraivc.org) Fastball, The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $37. (lyrictheatre.com) Guitarist Jesse Cook, Duncan Theatre, Lake Worth Beach, $40. (duncan theatre.org)

Pop2Opera with Jenene Caramielo, Delray Beach Playhouse, $39-$49. (delraybeachplayhouse.com)

Screening of the National Theatre’s The Audience, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $15-$25. (fourarts.org)

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Free with Museum Admission Shop the Museum Store’s Walk This Way Pop-Up

The Temptations, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, tickets start at $78. (sunrise theatre.com)

26 Elegant Elvis and Simon’s Diamonds, Spanish River Church, Boca Raton, to Jan. 28, contact for ticket prices. (spanishriverconcerts.org)

Exhibition Lecture: January 31, 3 pm

Hooray for Hollywood, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, also Jan. 27, tickets start at $35. (kravis.org)

with Stuart and Jane Gershon Weitzman, Valerie Paley of New-York Historical Society

Parker Quartet, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $30. (fourarts.org)

The Winter Exhibition is funded in part by

Third Annual Jazz Jam Concert, Levis JCC Sandler Center, Boca Raton, $20. (levisjcc.org)

28 Aureole Trio, Flagler Museum, Palm Beach, $70. (flaglermuseum.us) Hamilton, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, to Feb. 16, contact for ticket prices. (kravis.org)

Ying Quartet

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Piano Battle: Andreas Kern vs. Paul Cibis, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $32. (kravis.org) Taj Mahal, The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $82. (lyrictheatre.com) 29 Brothers Again: The Music of the Allman Brothers, Crest Theatre, Old School Square, Delray Beach, $42-$72. (oldschoolsquare.org) Ehnes Quartet, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, $75-$195. (cmspb.org)

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Harvey Granat presents “A Celebration of Cole Porter,” Delray Beach Playhouse, contact for ticket prices. (delraybeachplayhouse.com)

The Tap Pack, The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $50. (lyrictheatre.com) The Tell-Tale Heart, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $40. (fourarts.org)

30 DC Young Fly, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, $25-$50. (palm beachimprov.com) 204 PALM BEACH ILLUSTRATED

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Fulfillment Center, Stonzek Studio, Lake Worth Playhouse, to Feb. 9, $23 (lakeworthplayhouse.org)

This month, The Society of the Four Arts hosts “Rembrandt: The Sign and the Light” and a screening of the National Theatre’s production of The Audience January 25.

My Name is Asher Lev, Levis JCC Sandler Center, Boca Raton, to Feb. 16, $30-$40. (levisjcc.org) 31 Some Enchanting Evening: The Songs of Rodgers and Hammerstein, Delray Beach Playhouse,

Norton Museum of Art,

That Golden Girls Show, Crest Theatre, Old School Square, Delray Beach, also Feb. 1, $57-$67. (oldschool square.org) Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $25. (artsgarage.org)

West Palm Beach. “Good Fortune to All: A Chinese Lantern Festival in Nanjing,” Jan. 30 to Feb. 16; “Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern,” to Feb. 2; “The Body Says, I am a Fiesta: The Figure in Latin American Art,” to March 1; “The Priscilla and John Richman Gift of American Impressionism and Realism,” to March 15; “Where? A Brief History of Photography Through Landscape,” to June 21. (norton.org) JOHAN PERSSON

contact for ticket prices. (delraybeachplayhouse.com) The Audience Joseph’s Coat Brought to Jacob, Rembrandt

Vinyl, Old School Square Pavilion, Delray Beach, free. (oldschoolsquare.org)

Palm Beach Art, Antique, & Design Showroom,

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Lake Worth Beach. “Rediscovery: A Grand Reopening of the Palm Beach Art, Antique, & Design Showroom,” to Jan. 9; “Art3D: Fire and Ice,” Jan. 9 to Feb. 6. (palmbeach designshowroom.com)

Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, West Palm Beach. “Plastic Reef: Sculpture by Federico Uribe” and “With These Hands: Sculptures by Jim Rennert,” both Jan. 9 to May 31; “The Practice of Optimism: Sculpture by Federico Uribe,” to Feb. 2. (ansg.org)

Paul Fisher Gallery, West Palm Beach. “Art of Sherlock Holmes,” through January; “Ron Burkhardt” and “Carol Caliccho,” both open Jan. 23, contact for closing dates. (paulfishergallery.com)

Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach. “BraveHeARTS: Training Emerging Artists from our United States Veterans,” Jan. 11-25; “The Third Biennial Artists of Art Salon Exhibition,” to Jan. 18. (armoryart.org)

Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach. “Forty Years Later: Exploring the Preservation Foundation’s Impact,” to Jan. 17; “Schultze and Weaver Architects of the Resort,” Jan. 27 to April 9. (palmbeachpreservation.org)

Boca Raton Museum of Art. “Carol Prusa: Dark Light,” to Jan. 19; “Phyllis Galembo: Maské,” Jan. 28 to May 31; “Clifford Ross: Waves” and “Maren Hassinger: Tree of Knowledge,” both to March 1. (bocamuseum.org)

Flagler Museum, Palm Beach. “Inside Out: Women’s

Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum, West Palm Beach. “Becoming West

Fashion from Foundation to Silhouette,” to Jan. 5; “Walk This Way: Historic Footwear from the Stuart Weitzman Collection,” Jan. 28 to May 10. (flaglermuseum.us)

Rosenbaum Contemporary, Boca Raton. “Lager-

Judi & Allan Schuman Museum Gallery, Levis

feld: The Chanel Shows,” to Jan. 25; “Abigail Varela: Sculpture,” to March 13. (rosenbaumcontemporary.com)

Beach. “Art Couture: The Intersection of Fashion and Art,” to May 20. (oldschoolsquare.org)

JCC Sandler Center, Boca Raton. “Side by Side in Old South Beach: Photographs by Gary Monroe and Andy Sweet,” Jan. 5 to Feb. 10. (levisjcc.org)

South Florida Science Center and Aquarium, West Palm Beach. “Hall of Heroes,” to April 19.

Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, Lake

Lighthouse ArtCenter, Tequesta. “LUSH: A Con-

Worth Beach. “Faces of Food, Libby Volgyes” and “Lynn Amsterdam,” both to Jan. 18; “Made in Palm Beach,” to Feb. 1. (palmbeachculture.com)

temporary Ceramics Exhibition,” to Jan. 4; “H2O Trickle Down: Photographers and Filmmakers Inspiring Stewardship from the Everglades to the Ocean’s Deep,” Jan. 16 to Feb. 13. (lighthousearts.org)

Boynton Beach Art in Public Places, Downtown Boynton Beach. “Color Effects with Artist Cecilia Lueza,” through July. (boynton-beach.org)

Cornell Art Museum, Old School Square, Delray

Palm Beach: Celebrating 125 Years,” to July 3. (hspbc.org)

(sfsciencecenter.org)

Elliott Museum, Stuart. “In Her Image” and “Magnificent Me,” both to March 15. (elliottmuseum.org)

Meghan Candler Gallery, Vero Beach. “Contemporary Paintings,” Jan. 1-31. (meghancandlergallery.com)

Esther B. O’Keeffe Gallery, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach. “Rembrandt: The Sign and the Light,” to Feb. 2. (fourarts.org)

McKee Botanical Garden, Vero Beach. “Ocean Sole,” to May 31. (mckeegarden.org)

Findlay Galleries, Palm Beach. “Mary Sipp Green,”

Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens,

to Jan. 9; “Hugo Grenville,” Jan. 10 to Feb. 1. (findlay galleries.com)

Delray Beach. “Anime Architecture,” to April 3. (morikami.org)

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Spady Cultural Heritage Museum, Delray Beach. “Eroica: Compared to the Rest of the World,” to Feb. 29. (spadymuseum.com) Stub Canal Turning Basin, Howard Park, West Palm Beach. “Foreverglades: From Swamp to Sugar Bowl, Pioneer Days in Belle Glade,” to Feb. 29. (sofiavaliente.com)

Studio E Gallery, Palm Beach Gardens. “Abstracted Figures featuring Christopher Peter,” Jan. 1-31. (studioegallery.com) Vero Beach Museum of Art. “L’Affichomania: The Passion for French Posters,” to Jan. 12. (vbmuseum.org) PALMBEACHILLUSTRATED.COM | JANUARY 2020 205

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Ready, Set GOAL! This is your Year to Commit to be Fit

PAGE 93 Puff-sleeve mermaid gathered-hem dress ($2,790), Carolina Herrera, Saks Fifth Avenue, Worth Avenue, Palm Beach PAGE 94 Floral fil coupé satin ball gown ($12,990), Oscar de la Renta, The Royal Poinciana Plaza, Palm Beach; Giraffe charm Dior animals resin bead choker ($1,050), Dior, Dior boutiques nationwide, 1-800-929-DIOR; rectangle hardware boots ($728), Tory Burch, Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens. PAGE 95 Floral silhouette boro jacquard dress ($8,990), Oscar de la Renta, The Royal Poinciana Plaza, Palm Beach; Sockies black calf-leather ankle boots ($1,095), Christian Louboutin, christianlouboutin.com.

Private & Group GYROTONIC® Sessions Available

©TARA INC PHOTOGRAPHY

SATNAM

Wellness Offerings for the Body, Mind & Soul

2916 S Dixie Hwy • W Palm Beach • 561.650.0304 • gyrotonicsatnam.com

PAGES 96-97 Denim Karligraphy dress ($3,290), black shiny scuba neoprene FFrame boots ($1,850), Fendi, fendi.com PAGE 98 Tweed dress ($2,450), leopard turtleneck ($825), plaid coat ($6,175), laceup Western ankle boots ($1,975), Western studded virtus top-handle bag ($2,975), Medusa head bolo tie ($350), crystal star earrings ($675), Versace, Town Center at Boca Raton PAGE 99 Stretch plunge dress ($5,190), Bottega Veneta, Worth Avenue, Palm Beach; bandana ($210), Dior, Dior boutiques nationwide, 1-800-929-DIOR; Jessa gloves ($228), Tory Burch, Worth Avenue, Palm Beach. PAGE 100 Tropical print skirt ($3,300), white blouse ($1,500), tropical print jacket ($4,400), Global flat boots ($2,350), Lady Dior bag ($6,000), Dior, Dior boutiques nationwide, 1-800-929-DIOR PAGE 101 Printed floral dress ($3,260), Prada, select Prada boutiques, prada.com; Wild Amulet ring ($560), Wild Amulet ring ($310), Dior, Dior boutiques nationwide, 1-800-929-DIOR. PAGES 102-103 Embroidered tulle dress ($998), embroidered tunic ($598), Promised Land silk square scarf ($128), Lila ankle boots ($598), Kira scarf bracelet ($158), Tory Burch, Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens

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The North Palm Beach Chapter presents

An Evening with

ROBERT KLEIN The Country Club at Mirasol 11600 Mirasol Way Palm Beach Gardens $250 per person More information: Contact Janet Epstein janet@jafco.org 954-315-8696

www.jafco.org

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THE PALM BEACH POLICE & FIRE FOUNDATION PRESENTS...

THE PALM BEACH POLICEMEN’S & FIREMEN’S BALL

JANUARY 18, 2020 • MAR-A-LAGO CLUB BLACK TIE • BY INVITATION

THE PALM BEACH POLICE & FIRE FOUNDATION IS PROUD TO PRESENT

THE 14TH ANNUAL PALM TREE AWARD

TO BOB & CHRISTINE STILLER IN RECOGNITION OF THEIR CONTINUED SUPPORT TO THE PALM BEACH POLICE & FIRE FOUNDATION AND THE COMMUNITY. THE BLACK-TIE DINNER DANCE HONORS THE PALM BEACH POLICE & FIRE DEPARTMENTS, AND INCLUDES THE POLICE OFFICER AND FIRE RESCUE WORKER OF THE YEAR AWARD PRESENTATIONS.

BOB & CHRISTINE STILLER

2020 PALM TREE AWARD RECIPIENTS

SANDRA & RICHARD BORNSTEIN VICE CHAIRMEN

MONIKA & JOHN PRESTON

GALA CO-CHAIRMEN

BRIAN P. & EILEEN BURNS

HONORARY AMBASSADORS

MICHAEL & ANNIE FALK GALA C0-CHAIRMEN

FOR INFORMATION, CONTACT 561.820.8118 • INFO@PBPF.US • WWW.PBPF.US THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT

THE PALM BEACH POLICE & FIRE FOUNDATION, INC. IS A CHARITABLE 501(C)(3) ORGANIZATION THAT EXISTS TO SUPPORT THE TOWN OF PALM BEACH POLICE AND FIRE DEPARTMENTS AND THEIR EMPLOYEES THROUGH THE ACCEPTANCE, MANAGEMENT AND DISBURSEMENT OF TAX-DEDUCTIBLE GIFTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS. IT IS ORGANIZED AND SUPPORTED BY TOWN RESIDENTS AND THE LOCAL COMMUNITY INDEPENDENT OF THE TOWN OF PALM BEACH. FEDERAL TAX ID #83-046254. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE 1-800-HELP-FLA OR ONLINE AT WWW.FLORIDACONSUMERHELP.COM, REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE. REGISTRATION #: CH21488

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SEEN

SHELLY AND BILLY HIMMELRICH

PALM BEACH MAGAZINE â„¢

BLAIR JONES, RUSSELL SPANBAUER

KIMBERLY STILL, SHELLEY MENIN

EMPTY BOWLS KICKOFF WHO: Palm Beach County Food Bank WHAT: Fourth Annual Empty Bowls Delray Beach Kickoff WHERE: Home of Josh and Kate Littlefield, Delray Beach

KATE AND JOSH LITTLEFIELD, KAREN ERREN PATTY SAYER, KRIS GASPARI

STEPHANIE DODGE, MARLA GARCHIK

MICHAEL AND DEBBIE PUCILLO

GEORGE ELMORE, MARTI LATOUR

CAPEHART

GARY AND ALEX WOODFIELD

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BARBARA AND DICK SCHMIDT, STEPHEN D. NIMER, JAYNE MALFITANO, DEBBIE LINDSTROM, BOB SHEETZ CHARLES VOGEL, RESHMA MAHTANI

MICHAEL UDINE, DENYSE HOSTIG, JODY STERNFIELD

CHRIS MALFITANO, STEPHEN D. NIMER, DONALD MCDONALD, MARK GUZZETTA

CELEBRATION OF SYLVESTER WHO: Harcourt M. and Virginia W. Sylvester Foundation WHAT: Celebration of Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center’s National Cancer Institution Designation WHERE: Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club, Boca Raton STEPHEN D. NIMER

DOREEN HEISLER, CAROL SMOLEN, SHARON GOODHART, BEVERLY AND BRIAN BERKOWITZ, LINDA MOSES, CHERYL SCHULMAN

DAWN DONAHUE

CHRISTINE LYNN, STEPHEN D. AND GEORGIA NIMER

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SEEN ERIN DEVLIN, WILLIAM NICOLOSO

FRANCINE AND ROGER KIRK CHRISTOPHER KRAUS, LAUREE SIMMONS, JOHN RYAN

BARKS AND BREWS WHO: Big Dog Ranch Rescue WHAT: Second Annual Barks and Brews WHERE: Downtown at the Gardens, Palm Beach Gardens ALLIE STILES, ANDREW PRESTIANNI

MARTI ZIEGELBAUER, CINDI KORCHAK JEFF DUCOTE, TAYLOR KOMLO

TRACEY BENSON

MATT AND KATHARINE BORIS

BOB SIMMONS, KEATON AND SHELLY DAVIS DOROTHY BRADSHAW, LAUREE SIMMONS, RIC BRADSHAW

BRITT KNOTH, BETHANY AND PAUL SMYKAY

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INTERNATIONAL POLO CLUB PALM BEACH GAUNTLET OF POLO™

HERBIE PENNELL CUP December 29 IGLEHART CUP January 1 – 5 JOE BARRY CUP January 5 – 12

YLVISAKER CUP January 11 – February 2 U.S. OPEN WOMEN’S POLO CHAMPIONSHIP® March 10 – 21

C.V. WHITNEY CUP February 1 – 23

USPA GOLD CUP® February 22 – March 22 U.S. OPEN POLO CHAMPIONSHIP® March 21 – April 19

3667 120 th AVENUE SOUTH • WELLINGTON, FL 33414 • internationalpoloclub.com

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RONNI LEVY, LORI BERGER, MARNI BERNSTEIN, ABBY SILVERMAN, JENNY SILVERFARB

DEBBIE BLOCK, ANDREA SCHNURMACHER, SUSAN EMBY, ILYSSA MACKIN, SUZANNE BROAD, GLORIA BLANCO, LORI BERGER, JILL GOLDSMITH, JENNY KREGER

PAJAMA GAME NIGHT WHO: Sweet Dream Makers WHAT: Second Annual Pajama Game Night WHERE: St. Andrews Country Club, Boca Raton

ELAINE ROTH, RONA GELLER, SAREE BLOCK, SERENA WERBER (SEATED)

FIRST ROW: MELISSA HOFFMAN, AMY ROSS, ROBIN MILICH, ROBIN RUBIN; SECOND ROW: SUSAN EMBY, SUE KATZ, SHARON FONTINI, ANDREA SCHNURMACHER, SUSAN MARKOWITZ

HARRIET LEVINE, WENDY LEGUM, LAURA LITINSKY, BARBARA LEWIN, MERYL GALLATIN BETH GARROD, ROBYN CHWATT, LIZ MASCHLER, LORRAINE UDWIN

SHANNON WILLENS, TRACY LEDER, AUDRA ROVEGNO, KELLY ALDRICH, GLORIA BLANCO, STACY SIEGEL ELIZABETH LOSKY, JODI BERMAN, EVAN ELLMAN, RANDI SCHWARTZ

ILYSSA MACKIN, SUZANNE BROAD, JILL GOLDSMITH

TAMMY K. PHOTOGRAPHY

RANDI SANDLER, JODY APPELMAN, TERI FLAIM POLLY, NANCY FRANK

©2020 Palm Beach Media Group North LLC. All rights reserved. Palm Beach Illustrated [ISSN 1047-5575] [USPS #2489] is published monthly except August by Palm Beach Media Group North LLC, P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL 33480. Known office of the publication 1000 N. Dixie Hwy., Suite C, West Palm Beach, FL 33401. Periodical postage paid at West Palm Beach, FL, and at additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Palm Beach Illustrated c/o Palm Beach Media Group North LLC, P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL 33480. Subscription price: $54.45 per year. Outside U.S. add $35 per year for postage and handling. Send subscription orders to: Subscription Department, Palm Beach Illustrated, P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL, 33480, or e-mail circulation@ palmbeachmedia.com, or fax (561) 659-1736. Vol. 68, No. 1, January 2020. Palm Beach Illustrated magazine and Palm Beach Media Group North LLC retain exclusive rights to all editorial and photographic materials used, which cannot be reproduced in any manner without our written consent.

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Pictured (left to right): Christopher Storkerson, Sherry Barrat, Carol Naughton, Craig Glover, Julie Fisher Cummings and Bradley Hurlburt

Join us at the seventh annual Founder’s Luncheon, a report to the community and a celebration of philanthropy hosted by the Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2020 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts

Tickets and sponsorship are available at yourcommunityfoundation.org.

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GOOD BUY ABOUT FACE Various beauty and makeup products (prices vary), Beauty Pie, beautypie.com

EMILY’S PICKS

New Year MANTRA

NO MORE KNOTS Tangle Buster brush ($12.50), KareCo, kareco.com

As we turn toward a new decade, make a commitment to self-care By Emily Pantelides

GLAM GOLDILOCKS Gold Lust repair and restore shampoo ($49), Oribe, oribe.com

In 2020, I’m resolving to try new things—and I think you should too. With that in mind, I’d like to suggest a few cult beauty brands that may not be on your radar but are certainly worth a try. Editor-favored Oribe offers a repair and restore shampoo that smells like heaven and really does work. Finish up your post-shower hair routine with the KareCo detangling brush. When it comes to the face, I’m stocking up on products from Beauty Pie, a membership service that makes luxury beauty affordable. One thing I know I’ll be adding to my closet this year are these Veja sneakers, which have been nearly impossible to find ever since Meghan Markle donned a pair. But beyond these picks, I also plan to celebrate my family with renewed vigor in 2020, and a custom portrait by illusl FOR MORE FASHIONABLE BUYS, WATCH THE “EMILY’S PICKS” trator Jen Lublin is a chic way SEGMENT ON CBS12.COM. to do just that. BETTER BROWS Boy Brow grooming pomade ($16), Glossier, glossier.com FEET FIRST V-10 sneakers ($150), Veja, nordstrom.com

PORTRAIT PERFECT Custom family illustration (starts at $200), Jen Lublin Design, jenlublindesign.com

BACK TO BASICS Resurfacing compound ($88), U Beauty, net-a-porter.com

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PALM BEACH

PALM 235 Worth Avenue A,BEACH Palm Beach, FL 33480 235 Worth Avenue A, Palm Beach, FL 33480 Tel. 561- 701- 0613 Tel. 561701- 0613 jewelmer.com jewelmer.com

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