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MARCH 2019

FEATURES 88 / THE NEW GUARD Palm Beachers Alice Maxey and Mary Julia Koch make their debut By Daphne Nikolopoulos

92 / PALM BEACH DANDIES Five stylish men with panache By Liza Grant Smith

102 / COLOR POP

Make a bold statement this season with vibrant prints and hues Photography by Gabor Jurina

112 / A COLLAGE OF COLLECTIBLES Bruce and Claudia Helander host a creative housewarming party

120 / FORCE OF NATURE One photographer’s powerful depictions of African wildlife Photography by David Yarrow

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DEPARTMENTS 28 / FROM THE EDITOR 30 / PARTY PICS Iris Apfel’s birthday party, the Pink Tie Guy cocktail reception, the Lady in Red Gala, the Policemen’s Ball, and the launch of PBI’s January issue at Trophy Room

INSIDER 43 / LOCAL SPOTLIGHT Celebrating Palm Beach Pride with Compass

44 / NEW & NOW The South Florida Science Center’s brain exhibit and more

46 / PERFECTLY PALM BEACH Lovely lemon looks that exude island glamour

STYLE 53 / THE LOOK Purses with powerful prints plus Pantone’s color of the year

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74 / QUICK TRIPS: FORT LAUDERDALE Head south to sample this city’s emerging culinary clout By Paul Rubio

76 / QUICK TRIPS: PITTSBURGH The Steel City is poised to steal your heart By Liz Petoniak

78 / TRAVEL JOURNAL ON THE COVER: PHOTOGRAPHER: NAVID MODELS: MARY JULIA KOCH, ALICE MAXEY CLOTHING: MAISON VALENTINO (ON MARY), GUCCI (ON ALICE) HAIR AND MAKEUP: DEBORAH KOEPPER, PALM BEACH

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80 / HIGH ROAD Savor the sun in the Mercedes-Benz AMG S63 Cabriolet By Howard Walker

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A guide to live music venues with culinary prowess, insight into amaro, and more

138 / MIXOLOGY

Is there such a thing as a healthy cocktail? By Mark Spivak

HOME 141 / DESIGN

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142 / INSPIRED LIVING BRANTLEY PHOTOGRAPHY

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144 / ELEMENTS

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BALANCE 169 / NOURISH

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The most scenic local hiking spots, the gluten-free snacks you’ll want to eat, and more

176 / WEALTH

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Exotic meets elegant in Marrakech, one of my beloved destinations. See Tatiana Platt’s insightful take on the Moroccan city’s ancient and modern wonders. Page 78.

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“Style isn’t just about what you wear,” Lilly Pulitzer famously said. “It’s how you live.” That simple statement encapsulates Palm Beach style, which should surprise no one considering it was the mantra of the island’s original fashion icon. Lilly was nothing if not an individualist—elegant on one hand, irreverent on the other. She believed happiness is the best accessory, and true style is all about being yourself, regardless of how far it veers from center. That viewpoint was the guiding principle in selecting the five chic gentlemen for our inaugural “Palm Beach Dandies” feature. Each chosen for his originality and resolute sense of self, this year’s dandies display head-turning style and, more importantly, are fearless in their sartorial choices. Take Wyatt Koch, for example, who combines colors and patterns in such an unusual way, you can’t help but feel happy in his presence. Or Julio Iguchi, who confidently shops at the Chanel boutique in town and, it must be said, looks fabulous in a tweed suit. Photographed in the gorgeous rooms of the 2019 Kips Bay Decorator Show House in West Palm Beach, our dandies put a unique spin on men’s fashion that should inspire everyone—male and female—to express themselves boldly. Turn to page 92 for the full story. Speaking of original, we take you inside Bruce and Claudia Helander’s new home in Lake Worth for a glimpse at their eclectic tastes. Longtime collectors of Americana, found treasures, and curiosities, as well as fine art, the Helanders have created an environment that speaks volumes about their colorful personalities. Turn to “A Collage of Collectibles” on page 112, and prepare to be amused. As you first leafed through this issue, you likely noticed our special double cover starring this year’s Palm Beach debutantes, Mary Julia Koch and Alice Maxey. Our exclusive photo shoot, at the home of David and Julia Koch, spotlights these beautiful young women in their couture debut gowns and offers a glimpse at their longtime friendship, their goals and dreams, and their personal style. Get to know them in “The New Guard,” on page 88. I hope this month’s subjects will inspire you to be vibrant, be happy, and, above all, be yourself. It would have pleased Lilly.

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WHO: Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens WHAT: An Evening with Iris Apfel: Celebrating a Geriatric Starlet WHERE: Café L’Europe, Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: ANSG supporters and friends of Iris Apfel fêted the glamorous geriatric starlet on the occasion of her ninety-seventh birthday. DAVID DODSON, NANCY BRINKER

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PINK TIE GUYS WHO: Promise Fund of Florida WHAT: Pink Tie Guy cocktail reception WHERE: Club Colette, Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: Pink Tie Guys, attired in custom Brioni ties for the cause, were among several men supporting women fighting breast and cervical cancers. DAN PONTON, CYNTHIA FRIEDMAN

DAVID BRODSKY, PAULETTE KOCH JERRY FINEBERG, CYNTHIA BERENSON

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WHO: Lois Pope’s LIFE Foundation WHAT: Lady in Red Gala WHERE: The Breakers, Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: Nearly 700 guests attended this popular party, which featured legendary singer Diana Ross and comedian Rita Rudner, as well as the tunes of the Danny Beck Band. HOLLY AND DAVID DREMAN

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MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU WHO: Palm Beach Police Foundation WHAT: Policemen’s Ball WHERE: The Mar-a-Lago Club, Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: Hundreds of supporters celebrated the Palm Beach police force and honored Palm Tree Award recipient James Patterson.

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Downtown Lake Worth will be awash in a sea of rainbow colors March 30 and 31 when Compass Community Center hosts the annual Palm Beach Pride festival and parade. “Your first Pride is a whirlwind, and you feel more alive than ever,” says Julia Murphy, Compass’ chief development officer. “You can come as who you are. You can come in plain clothes, you can come dressed up, you can come in character—but who you are is okay.” The two-day event takes place in Bryant Park and features music, vendors, and lots of activities. The parade occurs on Sunday and kicks off at Lucerne Avenue and M Street. As Murphy explains, Palm Beach Pride is all about acceptance. This familyfriendly festival celebrates LGBTQ individuals and culture, but everyone is welcome. “You feel that love and energy,” she says. “It’s great to understand and feel like you are part of something bigger.” For Compass, that “something bigger” centers around breaking down stereotypes about the LGBTQ community, while also supporting their health and happiness. Founded in 1988 as the Stop AIDS Project of South Florida, Compass became the county’s gay and lesbian community center in 1992. Today, more than 25,000 people take advantage of the vast services offered at its 14,000-square-foot center in Lake Worth. “We’re the direct service provider to the LGBTQ community, and we do that in several areas,” says Murphy. Turn the page to learn more.

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Palm Beach County’s footprint within the global animal conservation community is growing. For more than 25 years, the Rare Species Conservatory Foundation has worked to preserve biodiversity through conservation projects spearheaded at its 30-acre property in Loxahatchee. More recently, RSCF joined forces with Florida International University to form the Tropical Conservation Institute, which unites researchers and students in an effort to save species from extinction and maintain their ecosystems. While the institute is based in Miami, it will operate a new facility in Palm Beach County, following the purchase of five acres adjacent to the Rare Species Conservatory Foundation. This development will allow for great growth for the institute and its mission, to include housing for visiting students and researchers, as well as the means to train the next generation of scientists and conservationists. (tci.fiu.edu)

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Are you ready to beef up on the brain? The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium in West Palm Beach is putting this all-important organ front and center in its new permanent exhibition entitled “Journey Through the Human Brain.” Presented in partnership with Florida Atlantic University’s Brain Institute, this exhibit will cover a whole new west wing of the Science Center, telling the story of how the brain works across four unique galleries. Visitors will be able to walk through brain mist, belly up to a Brain Bar, and see just how much activity occurs in the brain every second. As of press time, “Journey Through the Human Brain” is scheduled to open in mid-March to coincide with Brain Awareness Week, March 11-17. (sfsciencecenter.org)

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PRETTY PENNY Store your cash and cards in an environmentally conscious sleeve, such as this vegan leather Poppy Lemon wallet ($40) from Urban Expressions. (urbanexpressions.net)

FARM FRESH Channeling the brand’s juice-stand roots, the Lilly Pulitzer Lemon Grove clasp bracelet ($58) will add the perfect pop of color to any casual ensemble. Lilly Pulitzer locations (lillypulitzer.com)

ZESTY WREATHS Jewelry designer Mercedes Salazar knows how to turn tropical themes into eye-catching baubles like these Lemon Drops earrings ($225). (mercedessalazar.com)

MELLOW YELLOW This delicate lemon ring ($98) from Tory Burch is a subtle nod to the trend that will still earn you influencer status. Tory Burch, Palm Beach (toryburch.com)

EASY PEASY Pair Sonix’s Lemon Zest iPhone case ($35) with a matching portable charger ($40) and you’ll never feel the pains of zero percent battery again. (shopsonix.com)

JUICY FRUIT Nothing is sweeter than a citrusy swimsuit, so opt for this Kate Spade classic one-piece ($125). Kate Spade, Palm Beach Gardens, Boca Raton (katespade.com)

A WEDGE OF SUNSHINE Promote style with a sense of humor and sport the lemon crystal slice pillbox ($695) by Judith Leiber Couture. (judithleiber.com)

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RADIANT REEF Paprika coral metal brooch ($270), Oscar de la Renta, Bal Harbour

VALENTINO HAUTE COUTURE, SPRING 2019 Designer Pierpaolo Piccioli masters the voluminous ball gown in coral for a bravura statement.

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FLAMING HOT Intrecciato velvet and calfskin pouch in lava gold ($2,950), Bottega Veneta, Palm Beach

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The skin is our largest organ, so it makes sense to nourish it properly. As consumers increasingly take lifestyle cues from nature, clean formulations have taken the beauty industry by storm. Our favorites are botanical-based, organic, and free of harmful chemicals like parabens, sulfates, and petrolatum: Emma Hardie Moisture Boost Vit + C enriched face cream with red algae and vitamins ($67, shop.emmahardie.com); Dear by Renée pomegranate hydrating mask with vitamin E ($50, dearbyrenee.com); Tammy Fender Lavender & Fo-ti gentle, soothing cleansing milk ($55, Tammy Fender, West Palm Beach); Glycolic 30% Medium Strength Micro Peel from OzNaturals’ cold-processed line ($20, oznaturals.com); Supernatural Body Poshen facial serum with organic oils, vitamin C, and hyaluronic acid ($85, supernaturalbodyusa.com); and Retrouvé Ultimate Balm body oil ($195, retrouve.com).

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Rewind to the months prior to Irma, when the property had shuttered to transition from a Viceroy-flagged resort to one of Four Seasons pedigree, a change that resulted in most turn-key inventory becoming available for private ownership. During that time, the Kelly Wearstler–designed enclave—and all its infinity-edged, silver travertine–laced excess—was polished and perfected to embody the current state of Caribbean cool. PALMBEACHILLUSTRATED.COM | MARCH 2019

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This made the post-hurricane goal simple: Turn back the hands of time to when the resort had re-debuted. Damaged elements, such as the low-rise glass balconies framing each unit, plentiful fire pits added in late 2016, and towering date palms at the Aleta pool, were replaced to appear as they did pre-Irma. Thankfully, interiors stood unscathed. (We were relieved to hear our favorite petrifiedwood tables, olive-tinted armoires, and carved-alabaster ornaments all survived.)

Storm stress notwithstanding, Irma did bestow a major gift upon the Four Seasons; she unearthed and repositioned mounds and mounds of fine-quartz sand, dramatically expanding the resort’s beaches. To be sure, the property had always occupied prime Anguillan real estate on Meads Bay and Barnes Bay. (A rocky promontory, which houses amenities like the 8,100-square-foot spa, seafood-centric Cobà restaurant, and the stunning Sunset pool and lounge, separates the two dreamscapes.) But nowadays, there’s even more room to amble, splash, sunbathe, and ogle the spellbinding turquoise waters. Combine that with superb service, a smart and sophisticated vibe, fabulous programming that includes the island’s best live music and fitness classes, and excellent, Instagram-worthy food and drink offerings—like tuna tartare served in a coconut shell and the Soya’s Thyme cocktail presented in a pineapple—and you’ll see why a Category 5 was no match for this bastion of West Indian glamour. (fourseasons.com/anguilla)

Lauded firm Rottet Studio reinvigorated the look of Belmond Cap Juluca with a design that honors the resort’s surrounds while also adding a dose of sleek island style.

BELMOND CAP JULUCA In the wake of Hurricane Irma, Anguilla’s grande dame, Cap Juluca, transformed tragedy into opportunity—for an epic facelift, that is. Some $40 million dollars later, the icon reemerged in December 2018 as the got-to-see-it-to-believe-it flagship Caribbean property of the esteemed Belmond brand. While the famed white-washed, Greco-Moorish exteriors and sparkling mile-long Maundays Bay beach remain, nothing else is the same. Rottet Studio’s redesign reveals an exciting departure from Cap Juluca’s long-standing classic style. The 108 oceanfront guest suites now ooze contemporary barefoot luxury, as seen in flowing natural fabrics, abundant sunlight, intricate patterned tiling, oversized bathrooms enveloped by walled botanical courtyards, and colossal terraces and balconies accessorized with conversation-inducing furnishings. A newly constructed infinity pool area segues to the main house by way of a staircase leading to a second decorative pool bejeweled in deep-green tiles and framed with a variety of seating alcoves overlooking surreal ocean blues.

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As part of its reimagination, the resort has welcomed several big-deal food and beverage outlets, namely Cip’s by Cipriani, a spin-off of the Venetian culinary hot spot at Belmond Hotel Cipriani. It boasts a mix of light and rich Italian fare (the pumpkin lasagna is worth every calorie) with a hefty side of Venetian allure in seductive garden-themed environs. Also of note is The Cap Shack, a laid-back, palapa-topped beach shack at the far end of the property that specializes in spiked tropical drinks. With a fresh look and its inherent bounties, the Belmond Cap Juluca is not just enshrined in the history books of Anguilla opulence but has found its way into the next chapter alongside its headline-grabbing counterparts. (belmond. com/hotels/caribbean/anguilla/belmond-cap-juluca)

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Every inch of Malliouhana is ripe for Instagram fodder. Snap some shots of Todd Avery’s beachy pastels or relax by the pool under sunny umbrellas.

One thing that hasn’t changed: Belmond Cap Juluca’s acclaimed whitesand beach on Maundays Bay.

MALLIOUHANA British entrepreneur Leon Roydon built Malliouhana in 1984. Fast-forward 30 years and the prized property was reborn as a boutique hotel, envisioned by the teams of SB Architects and TAL Studio and incorporated into the Auberge Resorts Collection. During Hurricane Irma, the stately, Moorishimbued resort atop Meads Bay fared surprisingly well. However, the period afterward spawned a perfect storm for an ambitious expansion and revamp across all 25 acres. The first new element, Café Celeste, opened in December 2018. This reincarnation of the hotel’s signature restaurant exemplifies the Auberge hallmarks of high-quality food and wine, so expect a French-influenced, Mediterranean menu with an incredible Napa-centric wine list to match. At press time, all else that’s new at Malliouhana shall be unveiled later this month, including a collection of 11 beachfront suites, the two-bedroom Turtle Cove Villa (with private infinity pool), a spa complex, a full beach club, and Leon’s Porch and Beach Bar, serving beach-conscious eats in a feet-in-the-sand setting. These additions will personify the pastel-hued, vintagechic Todd Avery aesthetic found within the existing buildings and common spaces. All take full advantage of Malliouhana’s sweeping ocean views across three bays and coves. It’s the type of design where every nook looks as if it was created with social media in mind. Anticipate blowing up your feeds with images of the tiered lobby accessorized with funky touches like circular mirrored tiles and a floor-to-ceiling collection of vintage deep-sea diving helmets, as well as selfies under the ruffled yellow umbrellas of the two-level infinity pool. (malliouhana.aubergeresorts.com) PALMBEACHILLUSTRATED.COM | MARCH 2019

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CUISINART GOLF RESORT & SPA For decades CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa was synonymous with the lost-in-time Caribbean experience, harking back to when Anguilla first hit the jet-set scene in the 1980s. And following a November 2018 reopening, the long, lazy, carefree beach days of yesteryear can again be enjoyed at the resort—but this time with a twist. Since Hurricane Irma, CuisinArt embarked on a path of modernization that brought new life to the resort. Out are the tired interiors; in is a property that exudes coastal elegance, playing off a contrast between blues and whites, accented by sea-inspired art and sleek lounging areas. A mammoth new outdoor playground and kids’ splash zone

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DUNE The first Florida restaurant from Auberge Resorts Collection—of Michelin-starred Auberge du Soleil fame—revolves around a stellar oceanto-table menu in a seductive, minimalist Meyer Davis–designed space. Feast on ingredientdriven dishes like crab spaetzle (pan-fried lump crab and Alsatian dumplings with cherry tomatoes, chili flakes, and preserved Meyer lemon) and blackened cobia (atop red quinoa, salsify puree, and mushroom conserva) while relishing excellent Napa Valley wines and hand-crafted cocktails. Admire the inspiring MiMo design indoors or reserve a table outside for prime ocean views. (dunefl.com)

KURO Whether in the mood for a let-loose Sunday Funday or an Instagram-worthy meal, try the extraordinary all-you-can-eat Hard Rock Signature Brunch at Kuro in the Seminole Hard Tostadas de Mariscos, El Vez

Rock Hotel & Casino. It spans several rooms and 10 food stations, such as a raw bar with Alaskan king crab legs and a crepe and waffles station where rum-rich bananas Foster is also made-to-order. Other premium—and included—items like caviar and blinis, lobster bisque, and bottomless Bloody Marys and mimosas are served upon request. Come hungry and wear your cutest loose-fitting daytime wear. (seminolehardrockhollywood.com)

ETARU Rainer Becker, co-founder and creator of Zuma restaurants worldwide and Roka London, is responsible for this new entry to the swish Las Olas Boulevard dining scene. Specializing in contemporary Japanese fare, Etaru (pronounced eh-tar-oo) takes design and culinary cues from Becker’s other globally renowned juggernauts. A showpiece open kitchen features a central robata (Japanese charcoal) grill and an expansive sushi counter from which epicurean magic is made. Think perfectly dressed black kampachi sashimi and tender yuzu-and-miso-marinated black cod. (etarurestaurant.us/las-olas)

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festive Mexican concept, El Vez. The tequilaand mezcal-forward beverage menu lists innovative libations like a frozen blood orange margarita and blackberry mezcalita, while the cuisine is a heady mix of dishes from across Mexico’s 31 diverse states. Our favorite is the build-your-own tacos al carbon, a platter of sizzling proteins and veggies served with tortillas and all the fixings. (elvezftlauderdale.com) «

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dining scene on the foodie map: Justin Severino, whose Morcilla (morcillapittsburgh.com) transports diners to Spain and then straight to cloud nine with its Basque-inspired pintxos and charcuterie, and Richard DeShantz, the dynamic chef behind six concepts, the newest being Poulet Bleu (pouletbleupgh.com), a quaint French bistro, and Fish nor Fowl (fishnorfowlpgh.com), a forward-thinking modern American resto. Though all the sophisticated eateries may suggest otherwise, Pittsburgh’s blue-collar, immigrant roots are alive and well. To witness the city’s melting pot in motion, head to the Strip District for the tempting smells of international cuisine and sips from local distiller Wigle Whiskey. Or, attend a Pirates baseball game at PNC Park to enjoy local brews, a famous Primanti Bros. sandwich, and a glimmering view of downtown. The city’s best vistas are visible from Mount Washington, however. Here, atop the lookout platforms, it’s easy to see Pittsburgh for what it is: a harmonious fusion of diverse experiences that will steal your heart. « ALYSSA ALLWORTH

Once considered a dreary rust belt casualty, Pittsburgh tells a different story today. Bustling restaurants, world-class museums, unique neighborhoods, and tech giants like Google have helped restore the city to the glory intended by industrialists whose wealth stimulated growth in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. For easy access to it all, stay downtown, which boasts lodgings to suit every sensibility. Completed in 1916, the Omni William Penn Hotel (omni hotels.com/pittsburgh) looks to Pittsburgh’s historic grandeur with awe-worthy architecture. The Fairmont Pittsburgh (fairmont.com/ pittsburgh), on the other hand, embodies the city’s metropolitan elegance. Post up at the hotel’s new eatery, fl.2, for a brunch fueled by mile-high French toast and grapefruit tarragon mimosas. Those who seek quirkier surrounds will delight in the whimsical art and decor at Kimpton’s Hotel Monaco Pittsburgh (monaco-pittsburgh.com).

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Clockwise from top left: Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Dots Mirrored Room at the Mattress Factory; Omni William Penn Hotel; Hotel Monaco Pittsburgh; the Carnegie Museum of Art; Poulet Bleu.

Steel tycoon Andrew Carnegie set the precedent for Pittsburgh’s devotion to the arts when he founded the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh (carnegiemuseums.org). View thousands of ancient and current pieces, as well as a remarkable collection of fossilized dinosaur skeletons at the connected Carnegie Museum of Art and Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Speaking of immortalization, the ’Burgh’s most famous artist continues to live his 15 minutes of fame at The Andy Warhol Museum (warhol.org), where the largest compilation of Warhol’s Pop Art resides. Meanwhile, embark on an interactive art adventure at the Mattress Factory (mattress.org). In lieu of mattresses, you’ll find permanent installations from James Turrell and Yayoi Kusama in addition to sitespecific works by global contemporary artists. Two big names have helped put the city’s

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Online branding consultant Tatiana Platt has traveled the world but no destination captures her intrigue like Marrakech. “There’s a magical element to the sights and sounds of the bustling souks, vibrant colors of traditional Moroccan garb, melodic prayer calls from the minaret tops, and aroma of fresh clementines at the many outdoor stands,” she says. The multilingual Palm Beacher—who’s lived in Hong Kong, Europe, and Russia—began visiting Marrakech as a child to see her godfather, Frederick Vreeland, who had a home there. The city is so dear to her heart that she and her husband, Campion, held a wedding celebration in Morocco in 2005, one year after tying the knot at The Mar-a-Lago Club. Platt returns annually to share this crosssection of Arabic culture and French heritage with her three young children. —Liz Petoniak

VIBE An eclectic oasis for the senses

WHERE TO EAT For lunch, enjoy a more diverse Middle Eastern meal at Café Arabe (cafe arabe.com) in the medina, or at 16 Kawa (16cafe.com) just outside the famous Majorelle Gardens (jardinmajorelle.com), a must visit. For dinner and entertainment, my favorite restaurant is Comptoir Darna (comptoir marrakech.com), where throngs of belly dancers perform throughout the evening.

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BEST SEAT IN TOWN Poolside at La Mamounia (mamounia. com), a recently renovated hotel steeped in historical intrigue and political debauchery—even Winston Churchill stayed here. How TO SPEND A FREE MORNING Get lost in the medina and visit Le Jardin Secret (lejardinsecretmarrakech. com/en).   SIGNATURE DRINK Hot, sweet mint tea

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WHERE TO STAY In Palmeraie, or in a riad in the medina. My favorite is El Fenn (el-fenn.com). HOW TO START THE DAY With a sunrise hot-air balloon ride. Afterward, we often have a simple breakfast of pocket bread with butter and honey or jam in a small village with families who open up their houses.   BEST TIME TO GO January and February. The weather is perfect—70s during the day and sunny—and it’s not as crowded as March and April.   WHERE TO SHOP In the souks, of course! I also frequent Alnour (alnour-textiles.com), a disabled women’s cooperative that makes clothes and home linens accessories; Max & Jan (maxandjan.com); and 33 Rue Majorelle (33ruemajorelle. com), a gallery concept shop.

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TO DO ON A FREE DAY Take a trip to nearby Asni, a small town in the Atlas mountains; the seaside town of Essaouira; the Ksar of Ait-Ben-Haddou to see a historic kasbah; or Fez to see the authentic tanneries.

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the insane 3.4 seconds it takes for the car to catapult from standstill to 60 mph. But if you have the means, there is so much joy in having this piece of mechanical magnificence in your driveway. Just look at this thing. It oozes as much sultry style as Gaga at the Golden Globes in periwinkle Valentino. It’s all flowing curves and towering waistline, all length, breadth, and attention-grabbing volume. While its design dates back to 2015, last year saw a subtle freshening and technical reboot that only heightens the already considerable appeal of this fourseat drop-top. The most noticeable visual change comes at the sharp end with that imposing new grille. Mercedes designers dug deep into their history books for inspiration, taking a page from the legendary 1952 Mercedes 300SL Carrera Panamericana race car. There are also new lights that put on as grand a show as the Eiffel Tower in full twinkle mode. Up front, the headlamps are infused with shimmery Swarovski crystals to add bling and brilliance to daytime running lights and turn signals. The pièce de résistance are the jawdropping OLED (short for organic light-emitting diode) taillights that flicker and flash with varying degrees of intensity and animation. Open those mile-long doors and it’s hard to miss the Sony Bravia

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flat-screen mounted on the dashboard. The hi-res glass instrument panel sprawls across almost half of the fascia. As before, the S63’s cabin is the definition of exquisite, complete with diamond-quilted nappa leather, inlaid wood panels, and brushed-satin trim. Pin curtains to the windows, and I’d happily move in. With this cabriolet, Mercedes has perfected the art of topdown luxury. At the tap of a button, a mesh wind-blocker levitates from behind the rear seats. Another button raises the l FOLLOW HOWARD WALKER’S THE WHEEL funky AirCap from the windshield header. Combine these elWORLD BLOG ON PALMBEACHILLUSTRATED.COM ements with all four side windows closed, and the cabin becomes a cocoon of unruffled pleasantry. Even rear-seat riders escape wheels through a 9-speed AMG Speedshift automatic. being blown around at speed. But while that’s an awful lot of power, the real joy of driving this Benz Space in the back is plentiful enough for passengers to endure on comes from the V-8’s massive 664 lb-ft of torque. Squeeze the throttle a short run, but there’ll be numb knees for anything longer. Speaking to pass and the car lunges forward likes it’s being drawn by some invisof space, for a car this size, the trunk is laughable; it’ll hold a couple of ible magnetic force. And with its marriage of air springing and electrisquishy Vuitton carryalls at the most. cally adjustable dampers, it rides like a magic carpet. Now for the fun stuff. Press the start button and prepare to be wowed The challenge to the S63 cabriolet will come later this year with the at the snap, crackle, and pop that erupts from the cabriolet’s quartet of arrival of Bentley’s gorgeous Continental GTC convertible and BMW’s chrome tailpipes. The source of all this aural mayhem is a hand-built svelte 8 Series convertible. But this big, bold, beautiful Benz will be one AMG 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 that channels those 603 horseys to all four hard, sun-worshipping act to follow. «

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In the Palm Beach home of Julia and David Koch, there is a framed photo that shows two little girls in white bonnets celebrating their first birthday together. They were born 11 hours apart to mothers who’d been longtime friends, so they were destined to grow up together and maybe, if their personalities meshed, become besties like their moms. Seventeen years later, on the eve of their formal debut to society and the media, Alice Maxey and Mary Julia Koch contemplated the friendship that had been a constant during their lives even as they grew into very different individuals. “For every milestone I’ve reached in life,” says Mary Julia, “I’ve had Alice.” Life’s moments, even trivial ones, are better in each other’s company. “Like that time I beat her four hours into our favorite card game, Egyptian Rat Screw, or the time we made a mockery of the tennis court in our attempt to be athletic,” says Alice. “Without Mary, I wouldn’t be the person I am today.” Aside from mutual admiration, the two young women share a high degree of ambition and a desire to contribute to society in meaningful ways. In the fall, they’ll follow different paths—Alice will study political science at Wake Forest University; Mary Julia, who has trained at the School of American Ballet in New York City, will concentrate on social studies with a minor in dance at Harvard—but neither plans to forsake their friendship. “The plump babies in bonnets we are no longer,” says Mary Julia, “but sisters we are for life.” —Daphne Nikolopoulos

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Age: 18 Nickname: MJ Parents: David and Julia Koch Currently attending: The Spence School, New York City Official debut: The Eighty-Fourth Infirmary Ball, Cipriani Wall Street, New York City Will wear: Maison Valentino Cavalier: My brother, David Koch Jr. Style icon: My mother has always been the source of inspiration for my fashion sense. Personal goal: When I was 5 years old, I wanted to be a writer. Today that wish is still true. Words

Lupita Nyong’o, Ann-Margret Olsson Women she looks up to: My great-grandmother, Margaret Maxey. She served as one of the first female O.S.S. agents during World War II and did not let her gender get in the way of pursuing her passions. Joan Didion is my favorite author of all time. It is in her books that I fell in love with reading. She inspires me to get out in the world and live. Few people know: I have a lazy eye that I inherited from my father. I consider it to be my best party trick!

are my refuge. Whether it be through the arts or through my writing, I hope to bring beauty and joy into the world. Woman she looks up to: Ruth Bader Ginsburg. I am in awe of her efforts in women’s justice, a subject I care deeply about. Few people know: I know the words to every rap in Hamilton. My family and I have hosted multiple Hamilton sing-alongs around our piano. Words to live by: “People may not remember what you said, but they will always remember how you made them feel.” —Maya Angelou PALMBEACHILLUSTRATED.COM | MARCH 2019

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TIM QUINN | The Well-Groomed Gent A lifetime ago, Tim Quinn was fresh out of college with a degree in economics and a job at Merrill Lynch—until he chucked it all and opened an ice cream store. Still not finding satisfaction, he moved to Milan to become a model, but soon discovered that his passion lay in creating the beauty that walked down runways, not in walking them himself. He’s spent the last 18 years traveling the globe for Armani Beauty, doing makeup, consulting at fashion shows and on red carpets, and amassing a growing list of celeb clientele including Diane Lane, Glenn Close, and Megan Fox. His favorite client, however, is his mother, also known as “Glams in Charge.” The live-streamed Facebook videos of him doing her makeup have gone viral and made Glams an internet darling. Despite his jet-set lifestyle, Quinn still finds time to bring awareness to and raise money for Autism Speaks, the Palm Beach County Food Bank, the Farrah Fawcett Foundation, and the Mass General Cancer Center.

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Personal style: Effortlessly elegant yet casual Fashion influences: Giorgio Armani due to his effortless simplicity, and George Hamilton for his rakish, classic Hollywood style. Both for their incredible bronze glow. Favorite Palm Beach menswear look: A navy blazer, white jeans, a striped shirt, and Stubbs & Wootton slippers Style choice so wrong it’s right: Pajamas with a blazer Trend he’ll never attempt: Animal prints Designers who deserve more props: The Estrada twins. They do amazing couture as well as great pre-teen ready-to-wear at Bergdorf Goodman. Most tragic style moment from his past: I had a whole George Michael phase in the ’90s—but who didn’t? Most cherished wardrobe possession: My grandfather’s dinner jacket from the 1940s Has a few too many: Striped shirts Celebrity closet he would raid: Cody Fern. I really admire his style and bold fashion choices. Last items he purchased: Two pairs of Voile Blanche tennis shoes and a restock of my Armani navy T-shirts. Best style advice: Looking sexy is a matter of confidence. It is a state of mind. PALMBEACHILLUSTRATED.COM | MARCH 2019

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Grand staircase hall by Lee W. Robinson and Kyle Johnson. This magical chinoiserie garden for the home features a custom pagoda bird cage, a bejeweled spider, and a staircase wrapped in living moss.

JULIO IGUCHI | The Wild Card A global background has helped Julio Iguchi evolve into a world-class hair stylist whose reputation extends far beyond the town limits of Palm Beach. Iguchi started in the hair business at only 13 years old in his native Peru. Japan was next on his list of residences, followed by Milan, where he decided to pursue a French technique of hair care and styling that he’s spent the last 23 years mastering. Ever the student, he never misses his annual hair show in Paris and brings the best and latest trends back to Shibui Salon, which he opened in Palm Beach 11 years ago. Iguchi believes in beauty inside and out. A spiritual person, he is into yoga and sticks to an almost 100-percent plant-based diet to maintain his balance. He also feeds his soul with charitable work, supporting such organizations as the Center for Family Services. Personal style: Whimsical Fashion influence: Coco Chanel. She was a very strong businesswoman and designer with great style. She changed fashion forever. Statement piece he’s known for: A Chanel jacket Favorite Palm Beach menswear look: The great thing about Palm Beach is that anything goes. I appreciate the Lilly Pulitzer look, the khaki pants and blue blazer, the high fashion. I don’t really have a favorite Palm Beach look. I love it all. Style choice so wrong it’s right: Pattern on pattern. It can be amazing or a disaster. Local destinations with the most fashion-forward people: HMF, Todd’s by Todd English, and Sant Ambroeus Most expensive thing in his closet: Probably a Hermès bag Designers who deserve more props: Kei Ninomiya, Junya Watanabe, and Rei Kawakubo Tragic style moment from his past: My school uniform Men’s look that’s so five minutes ago: Man buns Has a few too many: Shoes, for sure Celebrity closet he would raid: Elton John Trend he’ll never attempt: A bikini? 94

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Dining room by David Scott. The designer blended antiques, contemporary furniture pieces, fine art, and ceramics in this gathering area that boasts a handblown chandelier made to resemble coral clusters.

WYATT KOCH | The Bold One Wyatt Koch founded his fashion business, Wyatt Ingraham, at the intersection of unconventional apparel and wearable art. His signature menswear shirts are designed to be playful, bold pieces that spark conversation. The line, which has expanded to include unisex shirts, bathing suits, pocket squares, and women’s scarves, has challenged consumers to step outside the fashion box and embrace the unexpected. Koch’s own sartorial choices have crossed over into his community involvement. The Arc of Palm Beach County, an organization that helps individuals with developmental disabilities, has presented him with the Positive Impact award and twice crowned him the winner of the Wild Pants Party. And while philanthropic recognition is not new to Koch (he’s also received an honorary award from the Lighthouse Guild and had a media center named after him at Place of Hope) it is something that never loses its meaning. Personal style: Bold, colorful, and whimsical—just like the clothing I design. Fashion influences: My initial inspiration came from my mother’s love of fashion, and my father’s passion for art. I also admire style icons such as Pucci, Etro, and Ferragamo, and artists such as Van Gogh, Renoir, Picasso, Modigliani, Diego Rivera, and Romero Britto. Style choice so wrong it’s right: Last year I created a splatter art camo shirt. I wouldn’t normally wear camo, but the splatter art really makes it fun. Trend he’ll never attempt: Anything dull, boring, or conventional. You will not see me in black or gray. I’m all about color. Most expensive item in his closet: My watches. I don’t wear any other jewelry, so I indulge in nice watches. Shopping haven: Neiman Marcus or one of the men’s boutiques on Worth Avenue, like Trillion or Gentlemen’s Corner. Men’s look that is so five minutes ago: Black on black Best style advice: Be bold!

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Den by Leanne Yarn. The Intracoastal view served as inspiration in this den, where a palette of blues and whites evoke the water and a driftwood-style sconce echoes aquatic motifs.

NICK GOLD | The Gold Standard Nick Gold hit the reset button on his life five years ago when he relocated to Palm Beach from his hometown of Atlanta. The PR maven, who once served as press secretary to two mayors and during the centennial Olympic Games, redirected his skills to the hospitality realm as director of public relations for the luxe Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa and has never looked back. This Southern gentleman revels in the fact that each Palm Beach day brings new adventures—whether it’s attending an art opening, checking out culinary hot spots, or using the gorgeous coastal surroundings as a backdrop to his regular workouts. And while Gold enjoys traveling the world with his partner of almost 30 years (and now husband), Bram, he also remains devoted to local causes like the Town of Palm Beach United Way. Personal style: Classic with a twist. I love good shoes, accessories, and a pop of color. Fashion influence: Beau Brummel. He was always so well put together and the perfect example of the dandy who was associated with style and good looks. Favorite Palm Beach menswear look: A well-fitted sport coat with a Hermès pocket scarf paired with jeans, a crisp white shirt, and loafers with no socks Most expensive thing in his closet: An Isaia jacket or my Prada sport coat Tragic style moment from his past: The leisure suit I wore at my bar mitzvah party paired with a nylon shirt made by Nik-Nik—how unfortunate! Most cherished wardrobe possession: A pair of gold and ruby cufflinks I inherited from my late father Celebrity closet he would raid: Tom Ford Last items he purchased: A pair of Replica sneakers by Maison Margiela and some Lululemon workout clothes Best style advice: Style should never be boring. Have fun with it and make it your own. 98

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Grand living room by Cindy Rinfret. This exotic retreat is as Floridian as it is worldly, with hues that recall the coast and sky as well as numerous engaging details that are distinctly Moroccan.

JOHN TOLBERT | The Bespokist John Tolbert knows there can be strength in numbers. As president and managing director of the Boca Raton Resort & Club, he leads 1,800 team members in a quest to ensure Addison Mizner’s vision for an elevated and inclusive “live, work, play” experience lives on. In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, Tolbert co-founded Stronger & Better Together, an organization that supported early relief efforts in Puerto Rico and assisted in providing food, medicine, supplies, and financial donations. He’s also involved in various local organizations and has served on the boards at the Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce, the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, and the Boca Raton Historical Society, among many others. Most days, Tolbert doesn’t stray too far from Hays, a black lab he is raising as part of the Assistance Dogs of Hawaii program and who acts as canine director at the resort. Personal style: Sophisticated and tailored with a European edge Fashion influence: James Bond 007. He always looks impeccable with an effortless ease. Statement piece he’s known for: Custommade ivory horn eyewear Favorite Palm Beach menswear look: A custom sports coat with a pocket square and cropped, tailored pants Style choice so wrong it’s right: Gucci backless slides Trend he’ll never attempt: Retro tropical prints Most expensive thing in his closet: A custom Isaia tux. It’s incredibly sharp. Designers who deserve more props: Brunello Cucinelli and Isaia Tragic style moment from his past: Anything I wore in the 1980s Men’s look that’s so five minutes ago: Skinny jeans Most cherished wardrobe possession: A Panerai Luminor GMT watch Celebrity closet he would raid: Hugh Jackman Last items he purchased: An Isaia Spring 2019 sport coat, Kangaroo Berluti slip-on loafers, and a custom shirt by Mark Russell. «

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FRESH PRINTS AND BOLD HUES MAKE AN ARTFUL STATEMENT THIS SPRING PHOTOGRAPHY BY GABOR JURINA

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Chanel dress, blouse, pants, belt; Salvatore Ferragamo heels. Opposite page: Louis Vuitton blouse, pants, belt, boots. Sculpture by Bill Barrett, Sponder Gallery, Boca Raton. For buying information, turn to page 197. Model: Anzhela Turenko, w360 Management, New York Hair and Makeup: Davide Calcinai, Artist Management, Miami using Dior makeup Digital Tech: Tony Biton Sculptures: Sponder Gallery, Boca Raton, spondergallery.com

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Claudia and Bruce Helander hosted a housewarming party at their Lake Worth home. Claudia wore a white dress from Havana over white jeans paired with silver boots and a hot-pink floral necklace. Bruce sported a sequin jacket and a patterned skull cap by artist Keith Haring.

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BRUCE AND CLAUDIA HELANDER UNLEASH THEIR BELOVED VINTAGE COLLECTIONS DURING A FESTIVE SOIREE FOR FRIENDS, COLLECTORS, AND ART WORLD LUMINARIES

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Beguiling art pieces including a Jeff Koons dog and a “cake hand” by Marina Abramovic were on display. Opposite page: Guests received bespoke cookie canvases from Pooky Studio as parting gifts. The couple’s antique collection includes hundreds of salt-and-pepper shakers and porcelain dolls from the midtwentieth century.

ruce and Claudia Helander’s new Lake Worth home embodies who they are. Bruce, a talented collage artist whose images and objects permeate his living environment, and Claudia, a Colombian-born garden designer influenced by South Florida’s semitropical environment, have dedicated decades to collecting flea market items, fine art, and entertaining tchotchkes. They surround themselves with these finds, which are carefully curated to form a dynamic visual statement. While their tastes are eccentric and do not adhere to traditional rules of art, both know exactly what they want. The Helanders prefer to shop together, locally and while traveling. For them, every outing offers a delicious discovery of vintage pieces with utilitarian purposes that will last a lifetime. “We are scavengers, and if I see something when Claudia is not with me, I snap a picture and send it to her for an opinion,” says Bruce, whose work has graced the pages of the New Yorker magazine and is part of numerous museum collections. “We both love beautiful design from any period, especially eccentricity. We don’t go online. We like to see store windows, then scour inside, never following trends.” Bruce’s collecting is strongly related to his art, which centers around repositioning, recreating, and appropriating the printed page. The concept of repurposing has always excited him, and many of his paper works are printed on large-scale canvases that often measure up to 8 feet tall. “Since my art is collage, I like to take things already made at a different time and bring them back into our personal environment,” he explains. “What I find beautiful on paper can be found in our home.” Recently, friends and fellow art enthusiasts joined the Helanders for a housewarming cocktail party to view such treasures as 800 pairs of salt-and-pepper shakers, porcelain teapots, Baileys teacups, plates from old restaurants and hotels, kitchen napkins, towels stored in a 1930s grocery cart, nodders (silly moving figures), 500 vintage neckties and contemporary designs Bruce created for Nicole Miller, a 1950s classic chair, a seventeenth-century wood carving, and silver objects including a Jeff Koons balloon dog on a Maxalto sterling coffee table. “I love their collections,” says art collector Beth Rudin DeWoody. “Bruce is great at mixing flea market objects with fine art. His collage work as an artist is very related and comes out of his love for collecting. He has an eye to put it all together.” Guests especially appreciated the out-of-the-box pieces surrounding Bruce and Claudia’s swimming pool: four 10-foot Roman cast sculptures representing the seasons and acquired from a Four Seasons resort; a David Hockney billboard reproduction reflected in the pool; a dog neon sign from a pet store purchased in Massachusetts after the couple discovered it was

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[BRUCE’S] EYE FOR UNEARTHING AMAZING TREASURES AND PRESENTING THEM IN UNEXPECTED WAYS IS MAGICAL.” —BONNIE CLEARWATER a wirehaired fox terrier like the one they owned at the time; and Water Drop, an 8-foot-tall welded pop art sign from the West Palm Beach Gas Company, donated by the demolition crew. “Bruce sees what others overlook,” says Bonnie Clearwater, director and chief curator of the Nova Southeastern University Art Museum in Fort Lauderdale. “His eye for unearthing amazing treasures and presenting them in unexpected ways is magical. This is what makes his collecting and collage art so great.” A good example is the couple’s attraction to advertising signs with graphics in enamel or printed on cardboard that once made storefronts zing. Prior to sophisticated campaigns and television spots, shop owners produced sculptural pieces that reflected their businesses. “The object was the message like the Baker Man, Buster Brown Pixie, Westinghouse Lady, or Porter Paint Man,” says Bruce. “We are fascinated by the inherent beauty of the communicative commercial art from the 1930s, which is now extremely rare.” The couple’s priority when moving into their mid-century modern home in late 2017 was how to arrange nearly 4,000 objects for their own pleasure before showing them to others. Bruce and Claudia find delight in seeing the harmonious aesthetic of their collections each day. “We work together on where to display everything and try not to step on each other,” says Claudia. “We discuss thoroughly before moving any object an inch.”

In addition to perusing the Helanders’ collections, guests dined on appetizers such as lobster rolls.

At the front door, Claudia privatized their circa-1880 carved wooden gate area into a divine jungle of gardenias, succulents, bougainvillea, jasmine, ferns, yellow crotons, and pink roses surrounding a gurgling stone fountain. “I love composition and color, and the way I did my own garden helps me with my commissioned work projects,” says Claudia, who has honed her skills as a flower designer for Tom Mathieu & Company, Sutka Visual Design, and private clients. Last year, she completed a major landscaping installation at The Esplanade on Worth Avenue. On this particular evening, Claudia managed the party’s flow of guests, encouraging them to watch magician-mentalist Mio’s tricks, sip cocktails, and munch on “art to eat.” Ann Z Gourmet Catering put together an astonishing mélange of creative bites, including Florida crab cakes with remoulade, cilantro chicken dumplings with a ginger soy sauce, and Winter Harbor Lobster Coop lobster rolls that harkened to the tongue-in-cheek Salvador Dalí lobster telephone displayed on the buffet.

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The food for the evening featured a theme of “art to eat,” including the colorful cocktails. Below: Claudia chats with guests, such as painter Judi Regal, outside by the pool.

THE MOMENT I ENTER THEIR HOME I’M INSTANTLY TRANSPORTED TO A WORLD OF WONDER AND AMUSEMENT.” —BRYAN WALSH

Simultaneously, Bruce led house tours. As guests raved about one collection, they were met with even more unexpected curiosities such as religious icons acquired in Santa Fe and displayed on a vintage wood shelf and cigar-cutting table from Havana; tin boxes on nineteenth-century grocery shelves; a grouping of human heads formed from vintage casts; Roman and Venetian architectural fragments acquired in a Christie’s auction of Metropolitan Museum objects; pre-Pop carnival chalk sculptures that were given away as prizes in the 1930s; and children’s stoves that were manufactured as toys in the 1920s and now act as whimsical kitchen artifacts. On the buffet table, a “cake hand” by Serbian-born performance artist Marina Abramovic that Bruce had frozen for nine years personified the Helanders’ love of the absurd. “If I didn’t know Bruce was here, I would know it was his house,” says painter Judi Regal. “Bruce and artist Dale Chihuly have a similar essence, so I wonder who influenced who?” Bruce and glass artist Dale Chihuly have been friends for years, having met as students at the Rhode Island School of Design. In the introductory essay to his 2017 book Chihuly: An Artist Collects, Bruce credits Chihuly for introducing him to collecting in 1969 when they visited a flea market together. “Ever since that encounter with Dale, I got the collecting bug,” he says. “When I met Claudia years later, I had to make sure she liked collecting, so our first date was at a flea market on Lake Worth Road. We learned that we love the same things, and that searching and the conquest of discovery is what it’s all about. I married her 90 days later in a loft on Clematis Street.” Before the wedding, Bruce told Claudia that the groom makes the gown for the bride in America, and he planned to form hers from the hundreds of handkerchiefs he’d purchased over the years. As a lifelong earring collector, she loved the idea. “I bought a body stocking and pinned 92 white handkerchiefs around it,” Bruce says. “Claudia was a beautiful bride.” Philanthropist Alexander Dreyfoos was admiring the glass-enclosed wedding gown hanging on the couple’s bedroom wall when he commented on the hosts’ amusing taste. “Bruce’s desire for early Americana adds to his character,” he says. “I’m an electrical engineer, but I connect with his spirit.” As the evening came to a close, guests were given gifts that had been on display during the party. Further illustrating the “art to eat” theme, a series of bespoke cookies from Pooky Studio in New York featured petite appropriations of famous works like Robert Indiana’s Eat, Kenneth Noland’s Target, Andy Warhol’s Cow and Triple Elvis with Bruce’s face replacing that of the king of rock and roll, and Jenny Holzer’s fitting quote: “A solid home base builds a sense of self.” 118 PALM BEACH ILLUSTRATED


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Force of Nature A fearless photographer’s wildlife imagery conveys messages of peace, power, and prosperity Photography by DAVID YARROW

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wolf walks onto a bar… It sounds like a riff on an old joke, but there is nothing funny about David Yarrow’s muchcollected photograph, The Wolf of Main Street, in which a wolf walks along a bar top while the barkeep and patrons go about their business as if that type of thing happens every day. The image is mesmerizing—haunting, even—because of the wolf’s gait and eye contact with the camera, a testament to the photographer’s talent for capturing an animal’s essence in pixels. For Palm Beach lawyer Zac Potter, this image sparked a passion for collecting photography that continues to this day. He and wife Brianna (then his fiancée) were walking along Worth Avenue when they saw the photo in the window of Holden Luntz Gallery. It stopped them in their tracks. “We were so transfixed that we purchased it for our home,” he says. Potter has since bought several other images by Glasgow-born Yarrow, both for his home and for the offices of the divorce law firm— Fisher Potter Hodas—where he is a partner. The photos were a perfect fit for the latter, and not just because the space has a sleek, modern design with black, white, and gray tones. It also made sense from an emotional standpoint. “We chose images that reflect in our minds things like quiet strength, wisdom, dignity, coming to peace,” Potter says, pointing out that such qualities ease their clients’ anxieties during a difficult time. “The images are beautiful but also symbolic.”

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The photos, mainly of savannah animals Yarrow’s lens captured in Africa, elicit a visceral emotional response. When looking at wildlife images like The Untouchables, in which a bull elephant aggressively stands his ground, it’s impossible to feel anything but respect and awe for nature and its creatures. Here, PBI presents a few of Yarrow’s best from the Fisher Potter Hodas collection. —Daphne Nikolopoulos

Opposite page: The Old Testament, Dinokeng, South Africa, 2017; above: Desert Flight, Amboseli, Kenya, 2014; below: The Untouchables, Amboseli, Kenya, 2017.

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It’s time to show off those chopstick skills because a gateway to the Far East has opened on Palm Beach. Hai House delivers a dose of diversity with elevated interpretations of Chinese-American classics—think Singapore-style rice noodles (pictured here), delectable dim sum, and wow-factor plates like whole fried snapper and Peking duck for two— from chef James Strine, who most recently held executive chef positions at Buccan and Grato. Though the recipes for Chinese sauces such as General Tso’s are typically carefully guarded secrets, Strine has cracked the code. Embellishments like crispy wontons and homemade fortune cookies frame standouts like Char Siu ribs, Mongolian beef and broccoli, and lo mein. Add sexy environs and a cocktail menu infused with unique ingredients including shiso, lychee, and lemongrass, and the result is a fun antidote to dining monotony. (haihousepb.com) —Liz Petoniak

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CRAZY UNCLE MIKE’S Founder Mike Goodwin’s iconic mustache graces the logo emblazed on the beer glasses at Crazy Uncle Mike’s, a combination eatery, brewery, and music venue that opened late last year. While Goodwin serves as the heart and soul of the operation, booking top-notch bands from the west coast (where he spent most of his life) that typically don’t play in South Florida, it’s a team effort that makes this place stand out. Brewmaster Corey Wilson brings experience from Copperpoint in Boynton Beach, and Tara Abrams brings the heat in the kitchen. Boca Raton (crazyunclemikes.com)

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TIN ROOF Close your eyes, and you might be back on Demonbreun Street in Nashville. The newly opened Tin Roof on Atlantic Avenue features everything from DJs to acoustic guitar, high-energy rock, and the occasional country tune. Pair the nightly music with classics such as fried green tomatoes, voodoo shrimp, or Nashville hot chicken, and wash it all down with one of the 16 beers on tap. Delray Beach (tinroofdelraybeach.com)

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LEOPARD LOUNGE Let your grandchildren think they’re having all the fun, but head for the Leopard Lounge after dark. The island’s legendary watering hole highlights nightly music by artists such as Adam Austin, “the piano man of Palm Beach.” Thursday is ladies’ night, when guitarist Jim McCreavy and vocalist Helena Redman revive standards from the 1950s to today. Your only worry will be finding a spot on the dance floor. Palm Beach (chesterfieldpb.com)

SQUARE GROUPER It’s always five o’clock at this go-to party spot—just ask Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett. The pair filmed the music video for their country hit “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere” at the tiki-style bar situated on the Jupiter Inlet, where the boats, brews, and beachy vibe says it all. Bands hit the stage seven days a week, drawing a lively crowd that fills the dance floor and keeps mahi sandwiches flying out of the kitchen. Jupiter, Fort Pierce (squaregrouper.net)

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Quality live music is essential to the Palm Beaches’ dining scene. Here’s where to find the best acts. —L.P. and Mark Spivak

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CAFÉ CENTRO This quirky Italian resto gained a reputation for its packed piano lounge when it opened more than a decade ago in Northwood. Today, the piano entertainment persists, but that star power is matched by the talents of its new executive chef, Jamie Steinbrecher, who comes from Okeechobee Steak House. Order the stuffed squash blossoms and the perfectly cooked, juicy pork chop, and unwind to the sounds of Maycol and Lilian, a keyboard-and-vocal duo who play every Saturday. West Palm Beach (cafecentrowpb.com)

THE VENU The massive stage at The Venu, a restaurant-music venue hybrid that opened in 2018, is the place to see the best tribute bands with musicians embodying everyone from Frank Sinatra to Tina Turner. Italian bites courtesy of executive chef Kelley Randall (previously of Vic & Angelo’s) complement state-of-the-art sound and lighting for an ultimate dinner-and-a-show experience. Mark your calendars for March 17 and April 6, when Felix Cavaliere’s Rascals and Jefferson Starship, respectively, will take the stage. Boynton Beach (thelocalvenu.com)

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The tradition of drinking amaro is firmly rooted in Italian culture: Bittersweet liqueurs distilled from herbs, flowers, citrus, or vegetables are frequently consumed either before or after a meal. Diners who want to experience the broadest possible range should head for Paradiso Ristorante in Lake Worth, where owner Angelo Romano has amassed a collection of nearly two dozen. “We definitely eat too much in Italy, and an amaro soothes the stomach after a big meal,” quips Romano. “It’s also an excellent aperitif to stimulate the appetite. The alcohol content is low, so it doesn’t overwhelm the flavors that follow.”

Some versions, such as Fernet, have attained cult status in America. But much of amaro’s popularity is due to Campari. Used to make Negronis, it gained international recognition at high-profile destinations such as Harry’s Bar in Venice. To begin a meal, Romano likes the classic Aperol spritz or Punt e Mes on ice with soda and a slice of orange. When drinking amaro straight, one of his favorites in the collection is Vecchio Amaro del Capo, a blend of 29 herbs, flowers, fruits, and roots from Calabria. He’s also partial to the Don Ciccio & Figli products that are handcrafted in small batches in Washington, D.C., particularly the C3 Carciofo, which is

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distilled from three types of artichokes in the mode of Cynar. How popular is amaro at Paradiso? “Not yet popular enough, but we’re trying to increase awareness,” says Romano. “The millennial generation is the future because they are adventurous and more open to trying new drinks.” (paradisolakeworth.com) —M.S.

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

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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) $$$ ANGLE The Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa’s signature restaurant features contemporary American cuisine made with local and sustainable ingredients. 100 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan (anglerestaurant.com) $$$ AVOCADO GRILL This small but lively resto packs flavorful Florida-Caribbean bites. 125 Datura St., West Palm Beach; 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave., Palm Beach Gardens (avocadogrillwpb.com) $$ BELLE & MAXWELL’S This charming eatery on Antique Row—part tearoom, part café—serves bistro dishes in comfortable surroundings. 3700 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (belleandmaxwells.com) $ BREEZE OCEAN KITCHEN Enjoy craft beer, specialty cocktails, and distinctly Floridian cuisine at this seaside gem located at the Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa. 100 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan (eaupalmbeach.com) $$ BRICK & BARREL Chef David Schroeder’s gastropub favors comfort food as much as it does healthy options. 748 Park Ave., Lake Park (brickandbarrelpub.com) $$ BUCCAN Chef Clay Conley offers a wide-ranging menu of small plates that changes with the seasons. 350 S. County Road, Palm Beach (buccanpalm beach.com) $$

BURT AND MAX’S This beloved establishment specializes in made-from-scratch plates—created using locally sourced ingredients—spread across lunch, brunch, and dinner menus. 9089 W. Atlantic Ave., Suite 100, Delray Beach (burtandmaxs.com) $$ CITY CELLAR WINE BAR AND GRILL City Cellar offers hearth-baked pizza, dry-aged steaks, fresh pasta, and seafood. 700 S. Rosemary Ave., West Palm Beach (citycellarwpb.com) $$ COOLINARY CAFE Chef-owner Tim Lipman uses surprising ingredients to cook up fresh, creative cuisine. 4650 Donald Ross Road, Suite 110, Palm Beach Gardens (coolinarycafe.com) $$ THE COOPER CRAFT KITCHEN AND BAR Practicing farm-to-table cooking, with innovative takes on classics from pasta to cocktails. 4610 PGA Blvd., Suite 100, Palm Beach Gardens (thecooperrestaurant.com) $$ COOPER’S HAWK WINERY & RESTAURANTS A Napastyle tasting room greets diners at this Illinois-based chain, where dishes like red wine–braised short ribs are listed beside the bin number of its perfect Cooper’s Hawk wine pairing. 3101 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens, in The Gardens Mall (coopershawkwinery.com) $$ CWS BAR + KITCHEN Serving up modern-American cuisine in the heart of Lake Worth. 522 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth (cwslw.com) $$ 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) $$ PALMBEACHILLUSTRATED.COM | MARCH 2019

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TASTE FARMER’S TABLE Committed to clean eating, this farm-to-table establishment sources sustainable ingredients to produce butter-free dishes. 1901 N. Military Trail, Boca Raton (farmerstableboca.com) $$ FRIES TO CAVIAR GARDEN BISTRO & BAR Craveable flavors and exquisite products combine at Fries to Caviar, where chef Jimmy Mills shows off his knack for crafting unusual plates. 6299 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton (friestocaviar.com) $$$ GALLEY Chef Miguel Santiago helms the kitchen at this farm-to-table restaurant with coastal flair inside the Hilton West Palm Beach. 600 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach (hiltonwestpalmbeach.com) $$$ GARY RACK’S FARMHOUSE KITCHEN Spicy buffalo cauliflower is a menu standout at this healthy hangout, where seasonal fare and farm-fresh ingredients reign supreme. 204 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach; 399 S.E. Mizner Blvd., Boca Raton (farmhousekitchenboca.com) $$ GREASE BURGER BAR Of the gourmet burgers on the menu, we of course recommend The PB Illustrated “AList” burger, topped with mozzarella, red and yellow tomatoes, radicchio, pesto, and a balsamic glaze. 213 Clematis St., West Palm Beach (greasewpb.com) $ THE HONOR BAR Connected to Palm Beach Grill, this intimate space features a small menu of appetizers, sandwiches, and salads of the same high

quality served at its neighbor. 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach (honorbar.com) $$ HOWLEY’S This circa-1950 diner was resurrected in 2004 and today presents tried-and-true classics in nostalgic surrounds. 4700 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (sub-culture.org/howleys) $ KITCHEN Matthew Byrne, Tiger Woods’ former personal chef, opened this intimate eatery to serve sophisticated but not intimidating fare. 319 Belvedere Road #2, West Palm Beach (kitchenpb.com) $$$ 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) $$$ MAVEN Proprietor David Silva, also owner of Galley Beach in Nantucket, merges the New England isle’s affinity for seafood with Palm Beach chic at this American brasserie. 207 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach (mavenpalmbeach.com) $$$ THE OFFICE This hip, trendy gastropub offers wellprepared, remarkably good comfort food, along with an impressive selection of craft beer. 201 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (theofficedelray.com) $$ REBEL HOUSE An eclectic atmosphere and fun menu make Rebel House a favorite on the Boca dining

scene. 297 E. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton (lifetastesbetter.com) $$ THE REGIONAL South Florida celebrity chef Lindsay Autry’s restaurant pairs her Southern roots with her love of Mediterranean flavors. 651 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach (eatregional.com) $$$ 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) $$ SQUARE ONE RESTAURANT An open kitchen allows patrons to eat with their eyes first at this refined yet relaxed restaurant. 2222 Glades Road, Boca Raton (squareonerestaurants.com) $$ SURI Named after a Japanese word meaning “pickpocket,” Suri puts a decadent spin on classic tapas. 707 Lake Ave., Lake Worth (surirestaurant.com) $$ TROPHY ROOM Wellington’s newest hot spot strikes a winning combination: chef Joseph Bonavita Jr.’s elevated classics, such as Wagyu short rib and an ice cream sundae served in a giant trophy, pair with trendy cocktails for that celebratory toast in a sophisticated yet cozy atmosphere. 12300 S. Shore Blvd., Wellington (trophyroomrestaurant.com) $$$

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ASIAN BEG FOR MORE IZAKAYA This tiny eatery introduces Delray Beach to the concept of izakaya, a casual Japanese pub where tapas-style snacks are served to accompany sake. 19 S.E. Fifth Ave., Delray Beach (begformoreizakaya.com) $$ ECHO The Asian restaurant of The Breakers offers dishes from the cuisines of China, Japan, Thailand, and Vietnam. 230A Sunrise Ave., Palm Beach (echopalmbeach.com) $$$ IMOTO James Beard-nominated chef Clay Conley presents small Asian bites and a sushi menu that tempts all senses. 350 S. County Road, Palm Beach (imotopalmbeach.com) $$ LEMONGRASS ASIAN BISTRO Offering Creative pan-Asian plates—from sushi to noodles and curry—in sleek surrounds. 1880 Congress Ave., Boynton Beach; 420 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach; 10312 Forest Hill Blvd., Suite 204, Wellington; 101 Plaza Real South, Boca Raton (lemongrassasianbistro.com) $$ MALAKOR THAI CAFÉ This Northwood staple makes for a colorful setting to enjoy Thai classics. 425 25th St., West Palm Beach (malakor.com) $$ PALM SUGAR Palm Sugar brings authentic favorites, specialties, and street food from the kitchens of Asia. 340 Clematis St., West Palm Beach (thepalmsugar.com) $$ RAMEN LAB EATERY Both the noodles and the rich, umami broth are made in-house at this funky ramen joint, which tops its soups with delights such as Korean short ribs, chashu pork, and runny soft-boiled eggs. 25 N.E. 2nd Ave., Delray Beach; 100 N.E. 2nd St., Boca Raton (ramenlabeatery.com) $$ SUSHI JO American sushi chef Joseph Clark offers a diverse sake collection for a laid-back, cosmopolitan Japanese dining experience. 319 Belvedere Road #112, West Palm Beach; 14261 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; 640 E. Ocean Ave. #4, Boynton Beach (sushijo.com) $$ YAMA Veteran sushi master Yama Yamamoto prepares Japanese dishes, Korean barbecue, and Thai curries at this Pineapple Grove hidden gem. 200 NE 2nd Ave. #110, Delray Beach (yamadelray.com) $$

BRUNCH THE CIRCLE DINING ROOM Sunday Brunch at The Breakers is a remarkable cornucopia of dishes, including traditional breakfast favorites, a full raw bar complete with sushi and caviar, and an extraordinary display of decadent desserts. 1 S. County Road, Palm Beach (thebreakers.com) $$

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PERFECT PAIRINGS For seafood and wine enthusiasts, combinations like Chablis and oysters or Champagne and caviar never get old. Explore these classics and more at the Delray Beach Wine and Seafood Festival, held on the Old School Square grounds. On March 9 and 10, vintages will be flowing and vendors will be serving up bites big and small, like ceviche, lobster rolls, and grilled local fish, to the tune of live music. While admission is free, a few VIP experiences—such as Wine Down, which features a two-hour unlimited sampling of 20 wines from around the world in an intimate garden—are ticketed. There are also ticketed seminars that will provide aficionados with a thorough education and taste of a wine label or region. Our picks? The Taittinger seminar, where the Champagne label will offer four unique samplings paired with seafood from Ziree Thai & Sushi, and the “Under the Tuscan Sun” seminar, highlighting the range of this Italian powerhouse and noshes from Farmer’s Table. (wineandseafoodfest.com) –L.P.

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) $$ CHEZ L’ÉPICIER With roots in Montreal, Chez L’Épicier brings the wonders of French-Canadian dining to Palm Beach. 288 S. County Road, Palm Beach (chezlepicier.com) $$$ DAYANE’S BISTRO Named after chef Riad Mesroua’s wife, this resto offers classic Southern French fare. 516 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth (dayanesbistro.com) $$ KATHY’S GAZEBO CAFÉ With an Old World feel, Kathy’s specializes in French Continental dishes. 4199 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton (kathysgazebo.com) $$ LOÏC BAKERY CAFÉ BAR French native Loïc Autret is the man behind the out-of-this-world croissants at this industrial-chic café. 480 Hibiscus St., West Palm Beach (bakeryloic.com) $

PARIS IN TOWN, LE BISTRO Enjoy Champagne at the outside bar or savor classic dishes like French onion soup or a croque monsieur. 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave., Palm Beach Gardens (parisintownbistro.com) $ THE PARISIAN Located in Jupiter, this charming French brasserie presents culinary staples like coq au vin and elegant desserts worth saving room for. 201 N. US Hwy. 1, Jupiter (theparisianrestaurant.com) $$ PISTACHE FRENCH BISTRO Presenting French bistro bites with a Mediterranean twist. 101 N. Clematis St., West Palm Beach (pistachewpb.com) $$

INDIAN AROMA INDIAN CUISINE Dinner is popular but the real draw is the daily lunch buffet, which includes a vast array of delicacies. 731 Village Blvd. #110, West Palm Beach (aromawestpalmbeach.com) $$ INDUS INDIAN AND HERBAL CUISINE Choose from an extensive menu of traditional dishes seasoned with an abundance of Indian herbs and spices. 1649 Forum Place, West Palm Beach (indusdine.com) $$ TANJORE Diners will totally rethink Indian food at this modern and elegant resto from Bombay native Christopher Corda. 500 Via De Palmas, Boca Raton (tanjoreusa.com) $$

ITALIAN 123 DATURA This fun hangout serves sharable versions of Italian favorites. 123 Datura St., West Palm Beach (123datura.com) $$ ARTURO’S RISTORANTE Built as a replica of a Tuscan villa, Arturo’s presents authentic flavors of Italy in every dish and wine glass. 6750 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton (arturosrestaurant.com) $$$

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TASTE BRIO TUSCAN GRILLE Beautifully presented dishes are complemented by fine wine and dessert options. 550 S. Rosemary Ave., West Palm Beach; 3101 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; 5050 Town Center Circle #239, Boca Raton (brioitalian.com) $$ BUONASERA RISTORANTE Classic and perfectly executed Northern Italian dishes in an intimate setting. 2145 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter (buonaserajupiter.com) $$$ 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. 2409 N. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (cafecentrowpb.com) $$ CAFÉ FLORA Located in a garden courtyard off Worth Avenue, Café Flora presents Tuscan delicacies in charming environs. 240 Worth Ave., Palm Beach (cafe florapalmbeach.com) $$$ CASA D’ANGELO Angelo Elia’s Boca Raton outpost succeeds in every possible way. 171 E. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton (casa-d-angelo.com) $$$ CUCINA PALM BEACH After indulging in classic Italian dishes at this recently redecorated resto, clear your table for the nightclub. 257 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach (cucinapalmbeach.com.com) $$$ 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) $$ GRATO Chef Clay Conley lends his prowess to Italian food at this casual, family-friendly trattoria. 1901 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (gratowpb.com) $$ JOSEPHINE’S ITALIAN RESTAURANT Family owned and operated, Josephine’s creates Italian cuisine in a casual atmosphere. 5751 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton (josephinesofboca.com) $$$ JOSIE’S RISTORANTE James Beard Award-winning chef Mark Militello serves as consulting executive chef to this family-owned Italian restaurant. 1602 S. Federal Hwy., Boynton Beach (josiesristorante.com) $$ LA SIRENA This Northern Italian beauty focuses on the cooking of the Amalfi Coast. 6316 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (lasirenaonline.com) $$ LA VILLETTA RISTORANTE ITALIANO Following culinary training in Italy, chefs Maria Mirra-Costanza and Angelo Mirra traveled the world before serving their Old World cuisine in South Florida. 4351 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton (lavillettaboca.com) $$$ LOUIE BOSSI’S This beloved addition to the Boca dining scene specializes in sharable Italian favorites. 100 E. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton (louiebossi.com) $$ OSTERIA SALINA Owners Tim and Cinzia Gaglio share a taste of Sicilian cuisine at the South Florida outpost of

their Hamptons restaurant. 9 S.E. 7th Ave., Delray Beach (osteriasalina.net) $$$ PREZZO The second iteration of Burt Rapoport’s popular Italian joint features old favorites like wood-oven pizza and fusilli pasta alongside new, modern dishes, a mozzarella bar, and craft cocktails. 5560 N. Military Trail, Boca Raton (prezzoboca.com) $$$ SANT AMBROEUS Made famous in Manhattan, Sant Ambroeus pairs the essence of Old World Milan with fine dining. 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach (santambroeus.com) $$$ SARDINIA ENOTECA RISTORANTE A massive wall of wines from around the world greets visitors at the Delray Beach outpost of this Miami staple. 3035 S. Federal Hwy., Delray Beach (sardinia-ristorante.com) $$$ 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) $$$

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MEXICAN BANKO CANTINA Mexican flavors thrive at this eatery and tequila bar inside a landmarked building in downtown West Palm Beach. 114 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach (bankocantina.com) $$ CALAVERAS CANTINA Located at Harbourside Place, Calveras Cantina provides festive environs for savoring Mexican staples. 125 Dockside Circle, Jupiter (calaverascantinas.com) $$ CHOLO SOY COCINA This taqueria specializes in Ecuadorian-style eats that pack outrageous flavor. 3715 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (cholosoycocina.com) $ EL CAMINO An Atlantic Avenue staple, El Camino serves Mexican soul food. 15 N.E. 2nd Ave., Delray Beach (elcaminodelray.com) $$ ROCCO’S TACOS AND TEQUILA BAR Every day is Cinco de Mayo at Rocco Mangel’s high-energy eatery. 224 Clematis St., West Palm Beach; 5090 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; 110 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach; 5250 Town Center Circle, Boca Raton (roccostacos.com) $$

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SEAFOOD 50 OCEAN The second floor of Boston’s on the Beach houses an elegant resto specializing in first-rate seafood. 50 S. Ocean Blvd., Delray Beach (50ocean.com) $$ BOCA LANDING One of Boca Raton’s only waterfront restaurants, Boca Landing inside the Waterstone Resort & Marina boasts rare, glittering views of the Boca Inlet. 999 E. Camino Real, Boca Raton (bocalanding.com) $$$ BONEFISH GRILL A casual environment with seafood favorites like wood-grilled lobster with just the right amount of kick. 4635 PGA Blvd, Palm Beach Gardens; 1880 N. Congress Ave., Boynton Beach; 9897 Lake Worth Road, Lake Worth; 21065 N. Powerline Road, Boca Raton; 2283 S. Federal Hwy., Stuart; 2075 Indian River Blvd., Vero Beach (bonefishgrill.com) $$ CAPTAIN CHARLIE’S REEF GRILL This unassuming restaurant packs a punch with a large selection of Cajun-inspired entrees. 12846 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach (561-624-9924) $$

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DIXIE DARLIN’ All vodka is not created equal. “We’re following the trend of moving away from mass-market, national brands to products with a regional identity,” says Palm Beach spirits entrepreneur Matti Anttila, who founded Dixie Vodka in 2014. He decided to make Charleston, South Carolina the venture’s home base in a nod to the city’s reputation as the culinary capital of the South. Distilled six times from non-GMO corn, Dixie—which is also available in black pepper, citrus, mint, and wildflower flavors—utilizes a patented purification system called TerrePure. This natural, post-distillation process uses ultrasonic energy to remove unwanted impurities, resulting in a cleaner, smoother spirit. Local retailers and restaurants such as Buccan, The Regional, and PB Catch stock the label. One of the signature cocktails is Dixie Darlin’, originally created by mixologist Josh Fethke at the Savannah Food and Wine Festival. Starting with unflavored Dixie Vodka as a base, the drink incorporates Bénédictine, St-Germain, lemon juice, simple syrup, and Peychaud’s bitters. Anttila views it as “a sophisticated cocktail with a touch of Low Country sweetness and creativity,” but you can also think of it as a Cosmopolitan with spunk. (dixievodka.com) —M.S.

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) $$$ COD AND CAPERS SEAFOOD MARKET AND RESTAURANT A daily market and restaurant in one, Cod and Capers sells fresh fish to bring home or will take care of dinner for you. 1201 U.S. 1, North Palm Beach (codandcapers.com) $$ DECK 84 Burt Rapoport’s casual alfresco eatery, situated off Atlantic Avenue along the Intracoastal, highlights local Florida catches and seafood specialties. 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 Thaistyle and Florentine, served in giant pots ideal for sharing and sopping up juices with an order of frites. 501 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (musselbeach delray.com) $$ PB CATCH This contemporary seafood restaurant is the brainchild of Pistache’s Reid Boren and Thierry Beaud, who were craving fresh fish caught locally. In

Dixie Darlin’                        1 B/c oz. Dixie Southern Vodka B/c oz. Bénédictine D/e oz. St-Germain 3 heavy shots of Peychaud’s Bitters 1 oz. lemon juice, strained B/c oz. simple syrup Sprig of mint for garnish Handful of blackberries for garnish Combine all ingredients into a shaker over ice. Shake and strain into a martini glass. Garnish with a sprig of mint and a blackberry.

the kitchen, chef Aaron Black prepares everything from his famous seacuterie to vegan dishes. 251 Sunrise Ave., Palm Beach (pbcatch.com) $$ RACKS FISH HOUSE + OYSTER BAR Enjoy steam kettles, Prohibition-style cocktails, and a Grand Centralinspired oyster bar in a New England setting. 5 S.E. 2nd Ave., Delray Beach (racksdelray.com) $$$ 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. The result is a panorama of global seafood dishes with innovative twists. 1 S. County Road, Palm Beach (thebreakers.com) $$$ SINCLAIRS OCEAN GRILL The sleek decor matches the mouthwatering menu at Jupiter’s only upscale beachfront dining location. 5 N. A1A, Jupiter, in the Jupiter Beach Resort (sinclairsoceangrill.com) $$$ 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 (spotosoysterbar.com) $$$ WATERWAY CAFE Come in the evening for a seat at the floating bar to watch the sun set on the Intracoastal Waterway. 2300 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens (waterwaycafe.com) $$

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SMALL PLATES HMF The Breakers’ glamorous cocktail lounge is a fashionable mix of modern and classic—both in atmosphere and cuisine. 1 S. County Road, Palm Beach (hmfpalmbeach.com) $$ TOO BIZAARE WINE BAR This eclectic restaurant offers an array of tapas options, with a heavy focus on sushi. 107 Dockside Circle, Jupiter (toobizaare.com) $$

STEAK HOUSE 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) $$$ BUTCHER BLOCK GRILL At this all-natural steak house, try the Butcher Burger or the goat cheese cheesecake, a twist on dessert. 7000 W. Camino Real, Boca Raton (butcherblockgrill.com) $$$ THE CAPITAL GRILLE This successful chain offers classic steak house fare, complemented by a remarkably well-trained staff. Stop by at lunchtime for a superior midday menu. 11365 Legacy Ave., Palm Beach Gardens; 6000 W. Glades Road, Boca Raton (thecapitalgrille.com) $$$ CUT 432 This modern steak house has a hip, high-energy environment. Executive chef and owner Anthony Pizzo pairs his food with excellent wines. 432 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (cut432.com) $$$ FIFTH AVENUE GRILL Using only the finest aged beef from Allen Brothers, Fifth Avenue presents succulent offerings in a classy setting. 821 S.E. 5th Ave, Delray Beach (fifthavenuegrill.restaurant) $$ FLAGLER STEAKHOUSE Operated by The Breakers, this elegant steak house serves hand-selected cuts of American beef in country club environs. 2 S. County Road, Palm Beach (flaglersteakhousepalmbeach.com) $$$ 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) $$ MEAT MARKET The Palm Beach outpost of the famed Miami Beach steak house offers a dynamic food and cocktail menu and a sexy ambiance similar to its original location. 191 Bradley Place, Palm Beach (meatmarket.net) $$$ 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) $$$ NYY STEAK Located in Seminole Casino Coconut Creek, NYY Steak presents five-star seafood and steak offerings in an atmosphere that honors one of baseball’s finest teams, the New York Yankees. 5550 NW 40th St., Coconut Creek (nyysteak.com) $$$ PALM BEACH GRILL Emphasizing freshness and consistency, the Palm Beach outpost of Houston’s offers beloved items we have come to expect: ribs, grilled steaks, and seafood dishes such as cedar-planked salmon. Wine is taken as seriously as the food, and the list offers the best of the New World’s smaller wineries. 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach (palmbeachgrill.com) $$$ RUTH’S CHRIS STEAK HOUSE Ruth’s Chris is a classic American dining experience, offering high-quality ingredients and specialty dishes that echo the restaurant’s New Orleans roots. 651 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach; 225 N.E. Mizner Blvd., Boca Raton; 661 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach (ruthschris.com) $$$ 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) $$$ III FORKS This remarkable destination executes each detail to perfection, doing an equally fine job with both USDA Prime beef and fresh seafood. The elegant bar and lounge create a trendy atmosphere for this modern evolution of the classic steak house. 4645 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens (3forks.com) $$$

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Recent evolutions in spirits and mixers are making it easier to imbibe without guilt By Mark Spivak

From left: Koval distillery in Chicago and dry gin; Square One basil vodka.

Is it really possible to consume a healthy cocktail, or does the concept exist somewhere between oxymoron and wishful thinking? Over the past decade, more and more organic spirits have appeared on the market. Square One Organic Vodka, founded in 2006 by Allison Evanow, is a pioneer in the category. It is made with 100-percent organic American rye and pure water from Wyoming’s

Teton Mountains, and its original recipe is also infused with basil, cucumber, and bergamot. Koval Distillery in Chicago produces a full line of organic and kosher spirits including vodka, gin, brandy, liqueurs, and grainto-bottle whiskies. Minnesota-based Prairie Organic Spirits makes gin and vodka from single vintage, non-GMO corn. There are many others but even spirits that are not certified organic are being made more carefully. The revolution that began in the 1990s with brands such as Grey Goose and Patron Tequila introduced the concept of connoisseurship—something previously reserved for wine drinkers. Even on the generic level, more spirits are composed of better ingredients and contain fewer additives and less methanol. Fans of mixed drinks now have much healthier options in the mixers themselves. FeverBritish brand Fever-Tree does not use any high-fructose corn syrup in its tonic water, ginger ale, or ginger beer. Tree launched in England in

2004 and is now distributed across the U.S. Its tonic, ginger ale, and ginger beer are free of high-fructose corn syrup, which can be found in popular labels such as Schweppes and Canada Dry. Back in Brooklyn, Q Tonic produces all the classic mixers plus Q Kola (flavored naturally with kola nuts, cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, and vanilla). These alternatives are reinforcing an obvious truth: If your cocktail is 75-percent mixer, shouldn’t the mixer be as good as the spirit? One of the easiest ways to create a healthy cocktail is to substitute an antioxidant fruit for one of the drink’s standard components; this is probably the reason so many pomegranate martinis and blueberry smashes are appearing on cocktail menus. There are variations on these antioxidant cocktails but most contain vodka combined with two or three freshly squeezed citrus juices along with a dose of Aperol, the Italian aperitivo made from bitter oranges. If you want a shortcut, there are many citrus-infused vodkas on the market, and some producers take it even further (e.g. Van Gogh’s acai-blueberry expression and the triple-threat Absolut Berri Acai, which

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contains flavored acai, blueberry, and pomegranate). On the most basic level, bartending culture has changed dramatically. It’s now common to use freshly squeezed juices in cocktails, whereas 20 years ago canned or premixed was the standard. To get an idea of the difference, check the ingredients of Mr. & Mrs. T Sweet & Sour Mix, one of the most popular commercial brands. A serving of 3.5 fluid ounces contains 20 grams of highfructose corn syrup. It also has preservatives (potassium sorbate and sodium metabisulfite) as well as Calcium Disodium EDTA, an organic pollutant that appears on the FDA’s toxicity watchlist.

While it’s easy enough to beat up on commercial sweet-and-sour mixes, the fact is that many bartenders are making their own simple syrups, bitters, vermouth, and even cordials and liqueurs. These components have expanded the flavor range and creativity of today’s cocktail lists. The debate over whether or not alcohol is good for you won’t end anytime soon, but meanwhile you stand a much better chance of drinking a handcrafted libation with more healthful elements. «

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Victor Figueredo of Koi Design Group took a fresh approach to oceanfront living for this Palm Beach apartment. By eliminating two existing walls, he was able to open the space, let in more light, and showcase the spectacular view. To draw the eye back, he anchored the room with a dramatic custom bookcase painted in Benjamin Moore’s Richmond Green hue. Figueredo describes the overall aesthetic as contemporary meets Palm Beach Regency—and a truly Palm Beach pad deserves a bar for stylish happy hours. Unsuccessful in his search for an apropos piece, he designed one and had it covered in a vinyl grass cloth by Thibaut. While the room is replete with fabulous textures and items of intrigue, Figueredo is most pleased with a practical choice he made to expand the lifespan of the design. He explains: “Between the beautiful but constant sunlight and the family’s bulldog, Mack, we decided to use indoor/outdoor fabrics and carpeting throughout the space for better durability and longevity.” (koidesigngroup.com) PALMBEACHILLUSTRATED.COM | MARCH 2019

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PBI: What are some current must-haves for outdoor kitchens? Klein: Perhaps the most standard must-have is a sear zone burner in the grill, which gives grill masters the fire power they need to grill a steak just like at a high-end restaurant. If there is room, I always promote having a built-in trash drawer so a client doesn’t need a garbage can on their patio, ruining the luster of their beautiful new outdoor kitchen. Finally, chef-caliber large sinks (often with garbage disposals) that have high faucets, extendable spray heads, and built-in soap dispensers round out the perfectly appointed outdoor kitchen while keeping it neat and orderly. What are the most popular appliances for outdoor kitchens right now? The most popular specialty appliance amongst our clients is a teppanyaki grill, which is a 30-inch grill with a nonstick griddle cooking surface popular for making breakfast for many or Japanese-style grilled food. Coming in second is a power burner, which is a 24-inch burner with very high BTU output used for lobster boils and ethnic-style cooking that uses large-volume, 20- to 80-quart stock pots.

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It’s an entertaining inevitability that party guests end up in the kitchen. But today’s hosts are changing the game by moving the kitchen—and party—outside. These culinary spaces have become a mainstay in highend South Florida homes, with designs that strike a balance between style and functionality. Here, Jeffrey Klein of Outdoor Kitchen Store shares what it takes to create the ultimate alfresco kitchen. West Palm Beach (outdoorkitchenstores.com)

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Within the past year or so, the under-counter, double-drawer outdoor refrigerator has become all the rage. Instead of opening up the entire refrigerator with a vertical door and stooping down to see or reach in to get your beverages or foods, you can open just half of the refrigerator with one of two drawers, immediately see all of your products, and pick them out with just a slight bend. Also in growing demand are True Residential beverage centers, which can come with either a solid stainless-steel door, matching kitchen cabinet panel, or—my favorite—the glass door front to show off the colored interior lights, adjustable glass shelves, and two built-in wine racks at the bottom. All have digital control platforms yielding optimum refrigeration performance. What trends are you seeing in outdoor countertop surfaces? We have predominantly used granite [because] it holds up in our South Florida climate, and when its viewable surfaces are polished (versus honed), they resist staining. It is also relatively easy to fabricate and install. Moving up in high style and expense is quartzite. This is not to be confused with quartz, the interior kitchen material whose warranty is voided if used outside because the sun will cause it to fade and its surface may oxidize. The exception is

Klein recommends having counter space on both sides of the grill or burners: one area for ingredients and the other for prepared food that’s ready to be served.

a relatively new product called Dekton, which overcomes those shortcomings with a rainbow of colors and consistency of patterns for use both indoors and outdoors. What are your thoughts on seating for an outdoor kitchen area? Except for where there is going to be integrated bar seating, that is more of a casual furniture discussion based primarily on available space in or around the outdoor kitchen. However, in South Florida, both the outdoor kitchen and casual furniture should have some cover over them, such as a louvered pergola, to provide shade and weather protection—otherwise spending time there, especially in the summer months, will be very uncomfortable and wet. And, don’t forget a lighting plan for this space and perhaps even a ceiling fan or two. What elements do you feel aren’t worth the cost and/or space? I always counsel against outdoor under-counter ice machines because they are very expensive and prone to breaking down, especially in our South Florida climate. If clients want an ice machine, I recommend a small commercial unit at a third of the price to put in their garage. Another request I’m not keen about is for a warming drawer. They are very expensive for what they do, take up a great deal of space, and in Florida they cannot be positioned below the grill as it would block front access to the gas shut-off valve. If someone regularly served complex grilled meals to multitudes, however, it may be worth it to them.

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COLLECTION CONSOLE While its interior is ideal for storage, the exterior of this JohnRichard Brentwood cabinet ($3,120) delights with an indigo batik finish and a painterly cover by artist Austin Allen James. Clive Daniel Home, Boca Raton (clivedaniel.com)

GAME PLAN Designer Susan Lachance had great fun playing with this Boca Raton game room. “This exciting game room off the lake has a cozy atmosphere featuring a double-faced fireplace from the living room,” says Lachance. “The furnishings are contemporary, utilizing a mix of glass, walnut, and stainless accents throughout. By installing a combination of walnut wood flooring surrounding a wool Axminster carpet, the room is both practical and formal at the same time.” Susan Lachance Interior Design, Boca Raton (susanlachance.com)

CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Get lost in the shuffle with this indoor version of shuffleboard ($6,746) from Restoration Hardware, featuring a reclaimed oak surface and a hand-stitched leather gutter. Restoration Hardware, West Palm Beach (restoration hardware.com)

POSH NOSH Give game-day snacks a geometric presentation with small plates ($85 each) from Richard Ginori’s Aurea dinnerware collection that comprises prints inspired by perspective drawings. Mary Mahoney, Palm Beach (marymahoney.com)

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POURING REIGN Indulge in a post-game nightcap with the Whiskey Islay connoisseur set ($399) from LSA, complete with a decanter, jug, double old-fashioned tumblers, coasters, nosing glasses and covers, and a walnut tray. Neiman Marcus, Palm Beach, Boca Raton (neimanmarcus.com)

LAVISH LOUNGING The Bernhardt Palazzo leather chair ($1,930), with nailhead accents and button tufting, allows for cozy swiveling in a swank package. Robb & Stucky, Boca Raton (robbstucky.com)


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EXTERIOR HIGHLIGHTS

This completely remodeled contemporary estate

SIZE

Outdoor entertaining area with covered

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BEDROOMS/BATHS

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ADDRESS

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308 Alicante Drive, Juno Beach

INTERIOR HIGHLIGHTS

outdoor showers; security camera around entire

YEAR BUILT

Brazilian wood floors; extensive custom wall

perimeter; full-house emergency generator;

1997

and ceiling wood moldings; all impact glass

spacious backyard; beach access.

ASKING PRICE

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$15 million

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SETTING

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EXTERIOR HIGHLIGHTS

899 Enfield Street, Boca Raton

BEDROOMS/BATHS

Oversized, infinity-edge, heated pool and spa;

YEAR BUILT

Six bedrooms, eight baths

loggia area with shell marble pavers and a summer

2018

INTERIOR HIGHLIGHTS

kitchen that includes a grill, refrigerator, and

ARCHITECT

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icemaker; fire pit beach area filled with turquoise

Ron Rickert, Intelae, Boca Raton

gas quartzite fireplace; gourmet kitchen; elevator;

ceramic orbs; multiple concrete docks to accom-

BUILDER

two-story dining area with built-in china cabinet

modate numerous boats; custom remote-controlled

Ed Clement, Sabre Construction, West Palm Beach

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front gate; 10-foot custom front door from Vintage

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Ironworks; 48kw generator.

Mary Widmer Luxury Collection

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ASKING PRICE

marble and French white oak with wire-brush finish

FOR MORE INFORMATION

$10,999,995

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The Olive Belcher Team of Lang Realty, Boca Raton

SETTING

4 and Lutron lighting throughout; staircase has custom

(Olive Belcher 561-271-6922, Brittany Belcher

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Approaching $200 Million Sales Soon to Top $2 Billion Lifetime Closing out 2018 and starting the New Year fast, Waterfront Properties Owner Rob Thomson had the best 12 months of sales in his 30-year career. As of this writing, he’s sold, or currently has pending, sales of almost $200 million in Jupiter/ Tequesta/North County real estate. By the time you read this, Rob likely will have achieved the mark, which simultaneously places him at over $2 billion in lifetime sales. The youngest agent inducted into Luxury Real Estate’s Billionaires Club, no single agent has reached one billion dollars in sales faster. Rob hit that mark almost a decade ago. Now with five offices from Delray to Stuart—the most recent being Waterfront’s Palm Beach office at 333 Peruvian Avenue—Rob spoke enthusiastically about his company’s continual evolution. “Early on we invested heavily in the Internet. Back then, most brokerages operated exclusively under the old idea that sales came down to who you know. Some still think that way.” With nine out of every ten real estate sales today beginning as an Internet search, it’s impossible to know enough people. Many brokerages have come around to the reality of Internet marketing’s outsized role in selling real estate; they are playing catch up with Thomson and Waterfront’s moving target. “Complacency is not in our company DNA,” Rob said. “We’ve invested more heavily in training and technology over the last three years than ever before. That’s now paying big dividends for every agent in our firm.” Waterfront now features its properties on 6,000 local, national and global property exposure websites. Last year Waterfront won the international award for real estate Internet marketing innovation. That’s just one iron in the fire of Waterfront’s marketing operation. Commenting that he’s “never been more excited,” Rob said shepherding agents’ success is one of his greatest satisfactions. He personally coaches more agents now than at any other time in his career. Weekly breakfast meetings have turned into twice-weekly sessions, usually held at Thomson’s neighborhood Admirals Cove Marina Café.

Waterfront Palm Beach’s Ronnie Hasozbek-Garcia said, “Rob is incredibly generous with his time. His day begins at 4 AM, so I can bounce anything off him at any time and I know I’ll get an immediate response.” Ronnie continued, “He has incredible insights. We go up against the biggest and oldest firms in Palm Beach in listing presentations, and we win.” He echoed fellow Palm Beach agent Toni Hollis who said, “Rob is a huge help. He doesn’t do opinions. He brings in his team and they use data to educate homeowners about the reality of what works to sell a home in the real world right now. Our presentations show sellers the path we’ll follow to sell their home.” Hollis, a Palm Beach real estate luminary in her own right, added, “Rob has spent hours teaching me to embrace the digital and Internet world. Before Waterfront, I thought I’d seen and done it all.” 2018 was her second best in sales, and what she called the most prolific in her own 40year real estate career. George McMahon is a longtime client of Rob’s. “Another agent recommended Rob as a specialist in high end waterfront estate homes in North County. That was about six years ago. I’ve now sold and purchased homes and lots for building with Rob. He and his team are very knowledgeable.” Mirroring what many say of Waterfront, George said, “They are a very professional group. Working with Rob and Waterfront is easy and efficient.” Having developed a friendship with Rob over many years and transactions, George concluded, “I have nothing but good things to say.” “It’s supposed to feel easy for our sellers and buyers,” Rob explained. “We have a team of people that work phenomenally hard behind the scenes to get our sellers’ homes sold. Our agents are incredibly entrepreneurial professionals.” Speaking of the company Rob said, “This has always been about ‘us.’ I love it when agents say they feel like family. I’m working to see just how far the Waterfront family can go, together.”

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Lox Farms is taking the notion of “food as thy medicine” one step further with the launch of Fresh Rx. Presented in partnership with the Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties, this new program allows doctors at Jupiter Medical Center to write prescriptions for fresh produce to patients who need to follow a healthier diet to coincide with treatment, free of charge. “It is an emotionally difficult time when patients are diagnosed with an issue, and a financially difficult time with medical bills,” says Margaret Duriez, a native Palm Beacher and founder of Lox Farms. “I’m hoping [Fresh Rx] will make it easier for patients to make a healthy change.”

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Patients with a Fresh Rx script will receive a weekly bag of produce packed with lettuce, micro greens, and seasonal vegetables, all certified naturally grown in nutrient-rich soil at Lox Farms. Duriez is also planting a vegetable garden on Jupiter Medical Center’s campus, where Lox Farms will host classes on organic gardening, nutrition, and cooking. A series of farm dinners, featuring local chefs working with Lox Farms produce, will raise funds for the program. Michael Hackman from Aioli will cook March 2, Jimmy Everett from Driftwood will take over March 24, and on April 7, Javier Sanchez of Renato’s will host the event at a private Palm Beach residence. Loxahatchee (loxfarms.com) PALMBEACHILLUSTRATED.COM | MARCH 2019

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WHILE THERE MAY NOT BE ANY MOUNTAINS TO CONQUER IN SOUTH FLORIDA, THERE’S STILL NO SHORTAGE OF TRAILS AND PATHS BRIMMING WITH NATIVE FLORA AND FAUNA. HERE ARE SOME OF THE MOST SCENIC HIKING SPOTS IN PALM BEACH AND MARTIN COUNTIES.

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Delray Oaks, Delray Beach This small but mighty natural area features two trails, the paved Live Oak Trail and the sandy Beautyberry Trail. Here, hikers will awe at the shaded canopies of oak, cabbage palm, and strangler fig trees draped in Spanish moss, as well as resident gopher tortoises and migratory birds. A bonus: The tree coverage makes Delray Oaks an ideal destination on a hot day. Grassy Waters Preserve, West Palm Beach For a true Everglades experience, head to this 23-square-mile preserve that was once a part of a system of tropical wetlands. Today, it serves as the freshwater supply for Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, and South Palm Beach and boasts hiking trails of varying difficulty. On the north end, hikers will find the half-mile Eagle Trail that wraps around Gator Lake, and the 4.23-mile Hog Hammock Trail, a well-maintained path that weaves through dense vegetation and open prairies. Waterproof boots are a must for Apoxee Trail, accessible via the south entrance on Jog Road. The sand and boardwalk trail spans 2.5 miles, or 4 miles round trip when looped in through the Owahee Trail, a 16.6-mile hike that connects all four corners of the preserve.

Jonathan Dickinson State Park, Hobe Sound Many of the trails in this 10,500-acre state park interconnect with the 60-plus mile Ocean-to-Lake Trail and showcase the extremes of Florida’s landscape: dunes with desert-like conditions and lush river swamps. Along the way, hikers may encounter unique species like the Florida Dancing Lady Orchid; the ruins of Camp Murphy, a top-secret U.S. military radar training school; and the highest natural point south of Lake Okeechobee, an ancient sand dune known as Hobe Mountain that sits 86 feet above sea level. The Hobe Mountain observation tower gives visitors an additional 27 feet for an expansive view of the park, the Intracoastal, and the Atlantic Ocean.

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Royal Palm Beach Pines, Royal Palm Beach This 772-acre natural area is all about options. Whether accessing the 2.4-mile Slash Pine Trail via Crestwood Park, entering on 40th Street and taking a detour along Cabbage Palm Trail before hitting the 1.4-mile Pine Lily Trail, or checking out the Blue Heron Nature Trail, a diverse ecosystem adventure awaits. Between the mesic and wet flatwoods, hydric hammock, wet prairie, depression marsh, dome swamp, and vast wetlands, hikers may spot animals rarely seen in suburban and city life such as bobcats, bald eagles, and great horned owls.

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Pondhawk, Boca Raton A refuge amidst the hustle and bustle of Boca Raton, Pondhawk Natural Area centers around man-made Blue Lake. When Palm Beach County purchased the land from IBM, they integrated the lake into its natural surroundings and created the eight acres of wetland that heron, osprey, and white ibis all call home.

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Chunkie Dunkies Chocolate Chunk fudge brownies ($7.99) attain that rich, gooey texture without flour and with nutrient-rich walnuts and dates. Field of Greens, West Palm Beach, Wellington (fieldofgreensonline.com)

Based in Jupiter, Alyssa’s healthy oatmeal bites ($5.95) exploded in popularity after Shark Tank star Mark Cuban invested, and for good reason: They taste decadent, are low in sugar, and are free of preservatives. Publix locations (publix.com)

Created by Delray Beach locals Chelsea and Matt Williams, FroPro Snack Bars (12 bars for $39) are peanut butter snacks that come in a variety of flavors, are packed with 8 to 10 grams of protein, and taste best fresh out of the freezer. Celis Produce locations (celis-produce.com)

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TRIPLE THREAT A new hybrid fitness studio located in the Delray Marketplace, Rise31, merges cycling, body-shaping classes, and a healthy eatery under one roof. Cyclists will relish the indoor theater where Rise31’s four cycling classes take place, including Rhythm, a fullbody bike workout choreographed to upbeat music, and Road, a ride focused on resistance and speed. For yogis, there’s Vinyasa, Yin, and a novel fusion of the best parts of both practices, Yin-yasa yoga. For a unique exercise experience, try Rise31’s In-Trinity class, a mix of yoga, Pilates, and martial arts practiced on an inclined board that aims to build strength, flexibility, balance, coordination, and agility. Afterward, refuel with a Non-Prophet Brewing Company kombucha, green juice, coffee, sandwiches, wraps, and smoothies at R-Café. For some refueling of the soul, look out for Rise31’s charity rides that take place every thirty-first of the month. (rise31.com)

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to groups of individuals (for example, risk-averse retirees who need income versus growth-oriented young professionals) typically have been crafted based upon huge amounts of data that machines have reviewed and analyzed. In that respect, it’s a great example of automation taking over the tasks that would be time-consuming and expensive for humans. “Then you let the advisers use the information to make recommendations, scan the investment horizon, and factor in politics and current news,” Ransbotham says. But as A.I. advances to essentially have a mind of its own and act accordingly, there are questions about how to prevent it from going rogue. Consider Knight Capital’s 2012 software glitch that precipitated the buying and selling of $440 million in stock within 45 minutes of the market opening. These types of mistakes can be swift and enormous because the

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DESIGN within reach Fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi has worn many hats during his decades-long career. He launched his eponymous brand in 1987 and went on to earn four awards from the Council of Fashion Designers of America while also garnering worldwide acclaim for his bold-meets-classic creations. Blessed with a colorful personality and an irreverent sense of humor, he has become a household name through his numerous television appearances, including as a judge on Project Runway: All Stars. Mizrahi, who was raised in a Syrian Jewish family, will visit the Levis JCC Sandler Center in Boca Raton on March 13 to discuss his upbringing as well as his new memoir, I.M. (Flatiron Books, $28.99). PBI caught up with this chic renaissance man to discuss where he’s been and where he still plans to go. (levisjcc.org)

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PBI: What drew you to fashion design and what was the first thing you ever made? Mizrahi: My father was a children’s wear manufacturer and my mother was (and still is!) incredibly stylish and obsessed with clothes, so the topic of clothing was always important in our house. The first thing I designed was a skirt and shawl for my mother. It was made of double-faced wool, rust heather on one side and plaid on the other. I was styling my mother and sisters from a very early age; they were always seeking my advice. What’s your fashion forecast for 2019? I’m not the biggest trend follower, but I think you can expect to see a lot of pleated pieces this year. And more and more flats—dressier flats, too. And I love a flat so I hope big, giant heels will fade away.

How has your relationship to Judaism shaped you as a designer? As a child growing up in the Syrian Jewish community, fashion was a big deal for the women. An obsession, really. What the women wore to temple was way more interesting to me than anything else, and that influenced me at a young age. What compelled you to pen a memoir at this moment in your life? I’m at a transitional point in my career where I am working more and more in entertainment. I still love working in fashion and it’s a big part of my life, but I’m yearning for more work in television, film, and theater, so it just felt right to look back fondly but also look forward with excitement. You’ll see that arc in the memoir. PALMBEACHILLUSTRATED.COM | MARCH 2019

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Sea of Love, Glenda Green

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Bowie/Life on Mars, London, Mick Rock

1 Art After Dark, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, also March 8, 15, 22, and 29, free. (norton.org)

“Eyewitness to History in the Making” lecture with CBS News correspondent Charlie D’Agata, Hutchinson Shores Resort, Jensen Beach, $100. (elliottmuseum.org)

The Honda Classic, PGA National Resort & Spa, Palm Beach Gardens, to March 3, contact for ticket prices. (thehondaclassic.com)

La Carte du Temps, Federica Matta

Kravis Center Gala, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $1,000, $500 for those aged 45 and younger. (kravis.org/gala) 2 Bam!: A Festival of Books, Art, and Music, down-

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town West Palm Beach, free. (bamwpb.org) Clockwise from top left: Chris Botti performs at the Kravis Center March 12; view “Modern Love” at the Cultural Council; Rosenbaum Contemporary displays photos by Mick Rock to March 23, followed by “Two Generations” beginning March 28; Miami City Ballet dances Heatscape at the Kravis Center March 15-17.

Comic Con Revolution, Palm Beach County Convention Center, West Palm Beach, also March 3, $15-$40. (comic conrevolution.com) Fresh RX Dinner with Michael Hackman of Aioli, Lox Farms, Loxahatchee, $150. (loxfarms.com)

3 “The Constitution in the Twenty-First Century” lecture with Jeffrey Rosen, Mizner Park Cultural Center, Boca Raton, $30. (festivalboca.org)

Garden Club of Palm Beach House and Garden Day, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $150. (fourarts.org)

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Drenched Dance, Corse Meghan Candler Gallery in Vero Beach presents “Spring Break,” featuring works in homage to spring, March 1-31.

“Rainbow’s End: The Crash of 1929” lecture with Maury Klein, Flagler Museum, Palm Beach, $28. (flaglermuseum.us) 5 Art Salon: Unraveling the Knot, Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, $10. (armoryart.org)

Dramalogue: American Regional Theater, Palm Beach Dramaworks, West Palm Beach, $25. (palmbeachdramaworks.org)

“Second Bloom: Cathy Graham’s Art of the Table” lecture, Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, West Palm Beach, $25. (ansg.org)

“The Suicide of the West” lecture with Jonah Goldberg, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $35. (fourarts.org)

6 “Cyber Conflict: A New Era of War, Sabotage, and Fear” lecture with David Sanger, Mizner Park Cultural Center, Boca Raton, $30. (festivalboca.org)

Lighthouse Sunset Tour, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, also March 13 and 27, $20. (jupiterlighthouse.org)

7 District Fit, Hilton West Palm Beach, CityPlace, West Palm Beach, to March 9, contact for ticket prices. (districtfitwpb.com) Liezl’s Tea Party, benefiting Els for Autism, The Els Center of Excellence, Jupiter, $350. (elsforautism.org)

Nick Cave: In Conversation, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, free. (norton.org)

8 Style for Hope Luncheon with Iris Apfel, benefiting Dress for Success Palm Beaches, Cohen Pavilion, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $125. (palmbeaches.dressforsuccess.org) 9 “Barnes, Gardner, Norton, and Phillips: American Collectors and Their Museums” panel discussion, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, free, registration required. (norton.org)

Cars and Coffee, Elliott Museum, Stuart, free. (elliott museum.org)

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CELEBRATE THE SOUND OF THE ’60S WITH THE BEACH BOYS AT THE SUNRISE THEATRE IN FORT PIERCE MARCH 6. THIS CALIFORNIA ROCK BAND JUMPED ONTO THE WORLD STAGE IN 1962, AND THEY’RE STILL CHARMING AUDIENCES WITH HITS LIKE “HELP ME, RHONDA,” “GOD ONLY KNOWS,” AND MANY MORE. (SUNRISETHEATRE. COM) PALM BEACH DRAMAWORKS IN WEST PALM BEACH WILL STAGE THE AUGUST WILSON DRAMA FENCES MARCH 29 TO APRIL 21. THE SIXTH INSTALLMENT IN THE PITTSBURGH CYCLE, WHICH CHRONICLES AFRICAN-AMERICAN LIFE IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY, FENCES FOLLOWS THE MAXSON FAMILY AS THEY TRY TO MAKE ENDS MEET DURING THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT. (PALMBEACH DRAMAWORKS.ORG)

Delray Beach Wine and Seafood Festival, Old School Square, Delray Beach, also March 10, free. (wineandseafood fest.com)

DinoFest!, South Florida Science Center and Aquarium, West Palm Beach, $13.95-$17.95, free for children younger than 2. (sfsciencecenter.org)

Evening on Antique Row, benefiting the Historical Society of Palm Beach County, Antique Row, West Palm Beach, $40$100. (hspbc.org)

Family Saturdays: Opera, Stories Told Through Song, Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, Lake Worth, free. (palmbeachculture.com)

Herbalist Workshop: Turmeric, Grandview Public Market, West Palm Beach, donations accepted. (grandviewpublic.com)

Pet Parade and Contest, Via Amore, Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, free. (worth-avenue.com)

Plein Air Festival, Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery & School of Art, Tequesta, to March 17, free. (lighthousearts.org) Ride and Remember Historical Tour, Spady Cultural Heritage Museum, Delray Beach, $25. (spadymuseum.com)

THE ONE WITH A PARODY The gang’s back together in Friends! The Musical Parody, onstage at the Kravis Center’s Rinker Playhouse March 19 and 20. This adults-only show pokes fun at the hit NBC comedy Friends like only true fans can—with love, honor, and plenty of Chandler’s signature sarcasm. Return to Central Perk and with your favorite Monica’s massive Manhat- Reunite friends when Friends! The tan apartment (how did Musical Parody arrives at the Kravis Center. she ever afford that?) to revisit memorable moments such as Rachel’s runawaybride entrance, Phoebe’s renditions of “Smelly Cat,” and the group’s countless Thanksgiving shenanigans. Friends! The Musical Parody truncates 10 years of sitcom gold into easily digestible tidbits written and produced by Bob and Tobly McSmith, whose other credits include The Office! A Musical Parody and Bayside! The Saved by the Bell Musical. Tickets to the show’s three performances cost $42 each. Could we be any more pumped?! (kravis.org)

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CREATIVE REVOLUTION

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Radical is relative. By definition, the term refers to something that operates outside of the norm or revolts against the traditional—but what constitutes normal varies from generation to generation. Beginning in the 1850s through the turn of the century, British artists reacted to an era of widespread industrialization by looking to Renaissance and medieval art and embracing a visual narrative of unencumbered beauty. “Victorian Radicals: From the Pre-Raphaelites to the Arts and Crafts Movement,” a traveling exhibition on view at the Vero Beach Museum of Art through May 5, showcases this moment in art history through 140 paintings, drawings, watercolors, and items. This collection chronicles the three generations of creatives who comprised the United Kingdom’s first modern art movement, all of whom were grappling with the concept of industrialization and how it relates to the artistic process. The result is an evocative blend of fine and decorative art that at once honored the techniques and perspectives of the pre-industrial masters while also greatly impacting British and global aesthetics at the time. Organized by the American Federation of Arts and Birmingham Museums Trust, “Victorian Radicals” features many items that have previously never been exhibited outside of the U.K., and Vero Beach is the show’s only Southeast stop on its U.S. tour. (vbmuseum.org)

©BIRMINGHAM MUSEUMS TRUST, COURTESY AMERICAN FEDERATION OF ARTS

“Victorian Radicals” includes La Donna della Finestra by Dante Gabriel Rossetti (left) and Musica by Kate Elizabeth Bunce (below).

Tropical Fruit Tree and Edible Plant Sale, South Florida Fairgrounds, West Palm Beach, free. (pbrarefruitcouncil.org)

10 Boating and Beach Bash for People with Disabilities, Spanish River Park, Boca Raton, free. (boatingbeachbash.com)

“Florida’s Literature and History” lecture with Taylor Hagood, Boca Raton Museum of Art, $15. (bocamuseum.org)

Great Futures Polo Day, benefiting Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County, Grand Champions Polo Club, International Polo Club, Wellington, $1,000. (bgcpbc.org)

Hanley Foundation Family Picnic, National Croquet Center, West Palm Beach, $50-$195, free for children younger than 3. (hanleyfoundation.org) 184 PALM BEACH ILLUSTRATED

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Judy Levis Markhoff Boca Raton Jewish Film Festival, Cinemark Palace 20, Boca Raton, Movies of Delray, Delray Beach, to March 31, contact for ticket prices. (bocajff.org)

CONTOURS IN METAL: SCULPTURE BY GINO MILES

Swank Table: Vegetable Love, Swank Specialty Produce, Loxahatchee, $160. (swankspecialtyproduce.com)



11 Culture and Cocktails: Art Attack with collector Christine Aylward, The Colony Hotel, Palm Beach, $75. (palmbeachculture.com) 12 “The Destiny Thief� lecture with Richard Russo, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $35. (fourarts.org) Photo Salon with Barry Schein, Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, $10. (armoryart.org)

“A Salute and Tribute to the Life and Musical Performances of Frank Sinatra and Friends� lecture with Roni Stein-Loreti, Cohen Pavilion, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $25. (kravis.org)

13 Isaac Mizrahi, Levis JCC Sandler Center, Boca Raton, $36-$100. (levisjcc.org) “Material Culture: How Archaeologists and Historians Use Artifacts to Tell the Story of the Past� lecture with Sandra Norman, Historic Courtroom, 1916 County Courthouse, West Palm Beach, $20. (hspbc.org)

14 Art Boca Raton, Florida Atlantic University Research Park, Boca Raton, to March 18, contact for ticket prices. (nextlevelfairs.com) 

“Elvis in Palm Beach� lecture with Bruce Helander, The Satellite, West Palm Beach, $10. (palmbeachculture.com/thesatellite)

“Lincoln: An American Classic� lecture with John Giltinan, Elliott Museum, Stuart, $35. (elliottmuseum.org)

AN EYE FOR NATURE: PAINTINGS AND PRINTS BY MORTON KAISH 

“Maker & Muse: Women and Early Twentieth Century Art Jewelry� lecture with exhibition curator Elyse Zorn Karlin, Flagler Museum, Palm Beach, free with museum admission, registration required. (flaglermuseum.us)

15 Art After Dark, Boca Raton Museum of Art, $10-$12. (bocamuseum.org) Cretaceous Cocktails, South Florida Science Center and Aquarium, West Palm Beach, $18-$20. (sfsciencecenter.org)

Garden and Antique Show and Sale, McKee Botanical Garden, Vero Beach, to March 17, contact for ticket prices. (mckeegarden.org)

Palm Beach Book Festival, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, $10; also March 16, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, $85. (palmbeachbookfestival.com) Teresita FernĂĄndez: Wayfinding, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, free. (norton.org)

Wear Your Grace Trunk Show, Mix at The Breakers, Palm Beach, also March 16, free. (thebreakers.com)

16 Delray Beach St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Atlantic Avenue from the Intracoastal to NW Fifth Avenue, Delray Beach, free. (downtowndelraybeach.com) Family Adventure Days: Celebrate Seminole Culture, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, $10, free for children. (jupiterlighthouse.org)

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AGENDA It’s fitting that a senior living community founded on compassion is in the heart of West Palm.

Swank Master Chef Dinner: Louisville, Swank Specialty Produce, Loxahatchee, $160. (swankspecialty produce.com) 17 “Watercolor: The American Medium” lecture with Kathleen Foster, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, free with museum admission. (norton.org)

18 Lunch and Learn: Portnoy’s Complainer, A Conversation About the Remarkable Life and Work of Philip Roth, Gimelstob Ballroom, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $95. (kravis.org)

19 “From the Yangzi River of China to the Secret Garden of Rome” lecture with Ying Li, Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, free. (armoryart.org)

Our joyfully inspired waterfront community is just blocks from downtown. Here, you’ll find yourself surrounded by the love, respect and compassion that have been hallmarks of our faith-based service to discerning seniors for more than 50 years. Call us at 561-440-5388 to learn more.

Carole J. Bufford performs music from female artists of the 1960s at Arts Garage in delray Beach March 23.

“Madame Helena Rubenstein: Cosmetic Empress, Collector Extraordinaire” lecture with Marlene Strauss, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Soci-

Loggerhead Marinelife Center TurtleFest, Log-

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

gerhead Park, Juno Beach, free. (marinelife.org)

Monies Trunk Show, Mix at The Breakers, Palm Beach, also March 20, free. (thebreakers.com)

Swank Master Chef Dinner: Boston, Swank Specialty Produce, Loxahatchee, $160. (swankspecialtyproduce.com)

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

24 Fresh RX Dinner with Jimmy Everett of Driftwood, Lox Farms, Loxahatchee, $150. (loxfarms.com)

21 “The Long Lens of History: Recent Excavations at the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Outstanding Natural Area” lecture with Sara Ayers-Rigsby, Historic

“The Renaissance Artist Grows Old” lecture with Emily Fenichel, Boca Raton Museum of Art, $15.

Courtroom, 1916 County Courthouse, West Palm Beach, contact for ticket prices. (hspbc.org)

(bocamuseum.org)

À Votre Santé, benefiting FoundCare, Club Colette, Palm Beach, $325. (foundcare.org)

Lunch and Learn: Textiles and Fiber Artist Talk and Live Demo, Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach,

25 Savor the Avenue, downtown Delray Beach, con-

free. (armoryart.org)

tact for ticket prices. (downtowndelraybeach.com)

“Memorable Voices: The Poetic Lyrics of Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, Judy Collins, and Jackson Browne” lecture with Robert Van Dellen, Elliott

26 “America in Russia Part III” lecture with Stephen R. de Angelis, Cohen Pavilion, Kravis Center,

Museum, Stuart, $14. (elliottmuseum.org)

22 Artist Talks: Nina Chanel Abney, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, free with museum admission. (norton.org)

“Mar-a-Lago: From Cereal Heiress to Winter White House” lecture with Richard René Silvin, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $25. (kravis.org)

West Palm Beach, $25. (kravis.org)

28 Palm Beach International Boat Show, West Palm Beach Waterfront, to March 31, $18-$28, free for children younger than 6. (pbboatshow.com) 30 BASH (Building a Scholastic Heritage) Gala, benefiting The Benjamin School, BallenIsles Country Club, Palm Beach Gardens, $350. (thebenjaminschool.org)

Feminist Art History Forum, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, free, registration required. (norton.org)

Palm Beach Home and Design Show, Palm Beach

315 South Flagler Drive West Palm Beach, FL 33401 LourdesMckeen.org

County Convention Center, West Palm Beach, to March 24, free. (homeanddesignshow.com)

Palm Beach Pride, Bryant Park, Lake Worth, also March 31, $8-$10. (compassglcc.com)

Phillips House Trunk Show, Mix at The Breakers, Palm Beach, also March 23, free. (thebreakers.com)

31 Sunday Jazz Brunch, Mizner Park Amphitheater,

23 Classics at the Beach Car Show, Elliott Mu-

Swank Table: 3030 Ocean Reunion, Swank Specialty

seum, Stuart, $6-$14. (elliottmuseum.org)

Produce, Loxahatchee, $160. (swankspecialtyproduce.com)

Boca Raton, free. (myboca.us)

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PERFORMANCES 1 Back Home Again: A Tribute to John Denver, The Wick Theatre, Boca

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Daddy Issues, Willow Theatre at Sugar Sand Park, Boca Raton, to March 10,

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

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The Capitol Steps present “Make America Grin Again,” Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, to March 17, $42. (kravis.org)

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$35. (willowtheatre.org)

David Foster featuring the Kravis Center Pops Orchestra, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $35. (kravis.org)

A Doll’s House, Part II, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, to March 10, contact for ticket prices. (jupitertheatre.org)

Primal Forces presents Blonde Poison, Sol Theatre, Boca Raton, to March 10, $25-$35. (primalforces.com)

Star Wars: A New Hope with live music from The Symphonia, Mizner Park Amphitheater, Boca Raton, $35-$150. (festivalboca.org)

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Viva Momix, Duncan Theatre, Lake Worth, also March 2, $45. (duncantheatre.org) 2 Classic Albums Live: The Eagles’ Hotel California, Old School Square Pavilion, Delray Beach, $20-$75. (oldschoolsquare.org)

Laura Hodos and Shelley Kelley sing the Great American Songbook, Delray Beach Playhouse, Delray Beach, $35-$75. (delraybeachplayhouse.com)

Promises, Promises, Theater at the J, Levis JCC Sandler Center, Boca Raton, to March 9, $25-$40. (levisjcc.org)

Rhapsody in Blue: An Evening of Orchestral Favorites, Mizner Park Amphitheater, Boca Raton, $35-$150. (festivalboca.org)

Sarah McLachlan, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $40. (kravis.org)

Screening of The Metropolitan Opera’s La Fille du Regiment, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $15-$25. (fourarts.org) Vintage Reflections, Kings Point Theatre, Delray Beach; also March 4, Spanish River Church, Boca Raton, $46-$79. (spanishriverconcerts.org) Wait Until Dark, Lake Worth Playhouse, to March 17, contact for ticket prices. (lakeworthplayhouse.org)

3 Greg Gutfeld, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $29. (kravis.org)

Music and Times of Johnny Mercer, Wold Performing Arts Center, Lynn University, Boca Raton, $30-$50. (lynn.edu/events) Paul Anka sings Sinatra, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, $95-$110. (sunrise theatre.com)

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Maker & Muse

Women and Early Twentieth Century Art Jewelry

AGENDA

Exhibition on view through - May 26

Wilhelm Lucas von Cranach, Octopus Waist Clasp. © The Richard H. Driehaus Museum.

Attend a screening of The Metropolitan Opera’s performance of Aida at The Society of the Four Arts in Palm Beach on March 16.

A stunning exhibition of more than 200 unique pieces of art jewelry celebrating the role of women, both as inspiration and as designers/makers in their own right. Maker & Muse was organized by The Richard H. Driehaus Museum and is toured by International Arts & Artists, Washington, DC.

Pink Martini, Mizner Park Amphitheater, Boca Raton, $25-$150. (festivalboca.org)

Flagler Museum Music Series Last Concert of the Season, March 5, 7:30 pm. Tickets $70 Thalea String Quartet

Whitehall Lecture Series

The Last Days of the Gilded Age: A Historical Review of the Gilded Age and What Came Next Last Lecture of the Season, March 3, 3:00 pm Rainbow’s End: The Crash of 1929 Please see website for ticket prices

Bluegrass in the Pavilion Saturday, April 6, 3:00 pm. Tickets $35 Featuring Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver and Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper h e n r y

m o r r i s o n

Violinist Itzhak Perlman with pianist Rohan De Silva, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $39. (kravis.org)

4 Jeremy Jordan, Crest Theatre, Old School Square, Delray Beach, also March 5, $60-$90. (oldschoolsquare.org) Playwright’s Forum: To Fall in Love by Jennifer Lane, Theatre Lab, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, $20. (fauevents.com)

5 Cellist Sarina Zhang, Spanish River Church, Boca Raton, $49-$84. (spanishriverconcerts.org)

Robert Pinsky: PoemJazz, Mizner Park Cultural Center, Boca Raton, $30. (festivalboca.org)

Thalea String Quartet, Flagler Museum, Palm Beach, $70. (flaglermuseum.us) Waitress, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, to March 10, contact for ticket prices. (kravis.org) 6 The Beach Boys, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, $79-$89. (sunrisetheatre.com) Broken Arrow: The Music of Neil Young, Crest Theatre, Old School Square, Delray Beach, $47-$57. (oldschoolsquare.org)

FLAGLER MUSEUM

L.A. Theatre Works presents Steel Magnolias, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $40. (fourarts.org)

A National Historic Landmark One Whitehall Way, Palm Beach, FL 33480

Tammy McCann presents “The Legendary Ladies of Jazz: Ella, Sarah, Dinah, and Billie,” Wold Performing Arts Center, Lynn University, Boca

palm beach, florida

Funded in part by:

Roe Green The MBS Family Foundation

Raton, $40. (lynn.edu/events)

8 Legally Blonde, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, $59-$69. (sunrisetheatre.com) The Russian National Orchestra and the Bolshoi Ballet present “An Evening of Russian Music and Ballet,” Mizner Park Amphitheater, Boca Raton, $35-$150. (festivalboca.org)

(561) 655-2833 www.FlaglerMuseum.us

Samuel J. Comroe, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, to March 10, $22. (palmbeachimprov.com)

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Violinist Jenny Scheinman presents “Kannapolis: A Moving Portrait,” Persson Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $35. (kravis.org) 9 Nu Deco Ensemble, Mizner Park Amphitheater, Boca Raton, $25-$150. (festivalboca.org)

Robert Sharon Chorale Spring Concert “Hold Fast Your Dream,” DeSantis Family Chapel, Palm Beach Atlantic University, West Palm Beach, contact for ticket prices. (therobertsharonchorale.com) Screening of National Theatre’s Frankenstein, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $15-$25. (fourarts.org) Terry Barber presents “Around the World in 80 Minutes,” The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $17-$36. (lyrictheatre.com)

William Close and the Earth Harp Collective, Wold Performing Arts Center, Lynn University, Boca Raton, also March 10, $50-$70. (lynn.edu/events) 10 Jay and the Americans, The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $45. (lyrictheatre.com) Pianist Conrad Tao, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, $20. (norton.org) Ruben Caban Septet, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $30-$40. (artsgarage.org) Trumpeter Arturo Sandoval, Mizner Park Amphitheater, Boca Raton, $25$150. (festivalboca.org)

11 Brussels Philharmonic, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $35. (kravis.org)

The Young Irelanders, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $29. (kravis.org)

12 Law and Disorder: A Comedy from the Suburbs, The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $42. (lyrictheatre.com)

My Fair Lady, Stark Stage, Riverside Theater, Vero Beach, to March 31, tickets start at $35. (riversidetheatre.com)

See it before it’s gone!

On display through April 21, 2019

Trumpeter Chris Botti, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $25. (kravis.org)

13 Atlantic City Boys, Mizner Park Cultural Center, Boca Raton, $35. (miznerparkculturalcenter.com) Atlantic Classical Orchestra presents “Masterworks III: Reflections and Impressions,” Eissey Campus Theatre, Palm Beach Gardens; also March

Bigger. Badder. More teeth.

14, Community Church of Vero Beach; also March 15, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $30$60. (atlanticclassicalorchestra.com)

4801 Dreher Trail North, West Palm Beach, FL 33405

Clarinetist Richard Stoltzman, pianist David Deveau, and soprano Sarah Shafer, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm

SFScienceCenter.org · (561) 832-1988

Beach, $40. (fourarts.org)

Crossing Delancey, Theater at the J, Levis JCC Sandler Center, Boca Raton, to March 24, $25-$40. (levisjcc.org)

Michael Feinstein and the Kravis Center Pops Orchestra Big Band present “Seasons of Sinatra: A Life in Music,” Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $35. (kravis.org)

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AGENDA One Night in Memphis, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, also March 14, $50-$75. (jupitertheatre.org)

Stephen Bishop, Crest Theatre, Old School Square, Delray Beach, $57-$77. (oldschoolsquare.org) Tony Sands presents “It was a Very Good Year,” Lake Worth Playhouse, © Nigel Young / Foster + Partners

The Norton Museum of Art — Transformed! An expanded and revitalized Norton Museum

$25. (lakeworthplayhouse.org)

14 Crazy for You, The Wick Theatre, Boca Raton, to April 14, $75-$95. (thewick.org)

Jay Pharoah, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, $25. (palmbeachimprov.com) Marshall Turkin’s Classic Jazz Ensemble, Boca Raton Museum of Art, free with museum admission. (bocamuseum.org)

Mostly Music: Schubert, Amarnick-Goldstein Concert Hall, Lynn University, Boca Raton, $20. (lynn.edu/events) Rumors: Fleetwood Mac Tribute, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, $45-$49; also March 15, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, $50-$75. (sunrisetheatre.com; jupitertheatre.org)

15 Ari Shaffir, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, also March 16, $22-$25. (palmbeachimprov.com)

Dante Vargas, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $35-$45. (artsgarage.org) Franco Corso, Eissey Campus Theatre, Palm Beach Gardens, $45-$75. (eissey campustheatre.org)

of Art is now open with eight special

Lonestar, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, $35-$65. (sunrisetheatre.com)

exhibitions on view simultaneously! Designed

Miami City Ballet presents Heatscape, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, to March 17, tickets start at $29. (miamicityballet.org)

by the renowned architecture firm of Foster + Partners, the transformed museum includes: a dazzling new entry plaza, new galleries, sculpture garden, restaurant, coffee bar, auditorium, store, and so much more.

Pablo Cruise, Old School Square Pavilion, Delray Beach, $20-$75. (oldschool square.org)

16 Felix Cavaliere and Gene Cornish’s Rascals, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, $49-$65. (sunrisetheatre.com)

Screening of The Metropolitan Opera’s Aida, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $15-$25. (fourarts.org)

Sean Chambers Band, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $35-$45. (artsgarage.org) 17 Scharoun Ensemble Berlin, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $30. (fourarts.org)

Stars of American Ballet in concert with Boca Ballet Theatre, Olympic Heights Performing Arts Theater, Boca Raton, $32.50-$50. (bocaballet.org) 18 Argus Quartet, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $30. 1450 S. Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, Florida 33401 norton.org

(kravis.org)

Palm Beach Symphony presents “Cool Winds,” Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $40. (palmbeachsymphony.org)

19 Friends: The Musical Parody, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, also March 20, $42. (kravis.org) 190 PALM BEACH ILLUSTRATED

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John Lloyd Young, Crest Theatre, Old School Square, Delray Beach, $60$90. (oldschoolsquare.org) 20 Cellist Natalie Clein, Stage West, Duncan Theatre, Lake Worth, $35. (duncantheatre.org)

Donald Sinta Saxophone Quartet, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $40. (fourarts.org) Joan Osborne, Crest Theatre, Old School Square, Delray Beach, $57-$77. (oldschoolsquare.org) 21 Music of the Knights: Elton John, Paul McCartney, and Andrew Lloyd Webber, Eissey Campus Theatre, Palm Beach Gardens, $35. (eissey campustheatre.org)

Weeki Wachee: City of Mermaids, Boca Raton Museum of Art, free with museum admission, registration required. (bocamuseum.org)

22 Bette, Babs, and Beyond, Crest Theatre, Old School Square, Delray Beach, $55-$65. (oldschoolsquare.org) The Chipper Experience: Where Comedy and Magic Collide, The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $40. (lyrictheatre.com)

Jimmy Webb, Eissey Campus Theatre, Palm Beach Gardens, $35-$50. (eissey campustheatre.org)

Kahlo Renoir Stella Warhol Come for the artists you know. Stay for the art that’s new to you.

Night at the Movies with Svetlana and the Delancey Five, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $35-$45. (artsgarage.org)

Palm Beach Opera presents Die Fledermaus, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, to March 24, tickets start at $20. (pbopera.org)

Paul Taylor Dance Company, Duncan Theatre, Lake Worth, also March 23, $45. (duncantheatre.org)

Primal Forces presents The Gingerbread Lady, Sol Theatre, Boca Raton, to April 14, $25-$35. (primalforces.com)

Shawn Wayans, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, also March 23, $30$40. (palmbeachimprov.com)

@nsuartmuseum | nsuartmuseum.org | 954-525-5500 One East Las Olas Boulevard | Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

Showtune: A Celebration of the Words and Music of Jerry Herman, Delray Beach Playhouse, to April 7, $30. (delraybeachplayhouse.com)

23 Carole J. Bufford presents “You Don’t Own Me: The Fearless Females of the 1960s,” Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $35-$45. (artsgarage.org)

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Flamenco Voices, Willow Theatre at Sugar Sand Park, Boca Raton, $25. (willowtheatre.org)

Impractical Jokers and The Tenderloins, Coral Sky Amphitheatre, West Palm Beach, contact for ticket prices. (westpalmbeachamphitheatre.com) Paint Your Wagon, Wold Performing Arts Center, Lynn University, Boca Raton, also March 24, $50-$70. (lynn.edu/events) Palm Beach Opera presents a children’s performance of The Revenge of the Bat, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, tickets start

Exhibitions and programs at NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale are made possible in part by a challenge grant from the David and Francie Horvitz Family Foundation. Funding is also provided by the City of Fort Lauderdale, Wege Foundation, Community Foundation of Broward, Funding Arts Broward, Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council and Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau, the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture. NSU Art Museum is accredited by the American Association of Museums.

at $5. (pbopera.org)

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AGENDA Send in the Queens, Lake Worth Playhouse, $35.

Flautist Sir James Galway, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $25. (kravis.org)

Tony Bennett, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, $125-

(lakeworthplayhouse.org)

The Symphonic Band of the Palm Beaches presents “Screen and Stage Spectacular,” Eissey

26 Ghost Writer, Waxlax Stage, Riverside Theater, Vero Beach, to April 14, $55. (riversidetheatre.com)

28 Harlowe, Theatre Lab, Florida Atlantic University,

The Sicilian Tenors, The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $50.

Love is a Rose: Celebrating the Music of Linda Ronstadt, Duncan Theatre, Lake Worth, $35.

Campus Theatre, Palm Beach Gardens; also March 30, Duncan Theatre, Lake Worth, $21. (symphonicband.org)

24 Portrait of a Queen starring Cece Teneal, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $35-$45. (artsgarage.org)

(lyrictheatre.com)

$158. (sunrisetheatre.com)

Boca Raton, to April 14, $25. (fauevents.com)

(duncantheatre.org)

West Side Story, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, to April 14, contact for ticket prices. (jupitertheatre.org)

Orny Adams, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach,

Soprano Jessica Rivera and pianist Mark Carver, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the

27 Apollo’s Fire, Gubelmann Auditorium, The So-

Four Arts, Palm Beach, $30. (fourarts.org)

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

Sunday on the Waterfront presents The Valerie Tyson Band, Currie Park, West Palm Beach,

Palm Beach Gardens Concert Band presents “The American Songbook,” Eissey Campus Theatre,

29 Biscuit Miller and the Mix, Arts Garage, Delray

free. (wpb.org)

Palm Beach Gardens, $18. (eisseycampustheatre.org)

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

25 Ballet Palm Beach presents “Premieres,”

Palm Beach Symphony presents “Viennese Dreams Third Movement: The Lighter Side,”

Early Music Festival Concert I, DeSantis Fam-

Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, to March 27, $45. (balletpalmbeach.org)

Harriet Himmel Theater, West Palm Beach, $35. (palmbeachsymphony.org)

DaVinci & Michelangelo: The Titans Experience, Delray Beach Playhouse, also March 26, $45.

School of Rock, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm

(delraybeachplayhouse.com)

Beach, to March 31, contact for ticket prices. (kravis.org)

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to March 30, $22. (palmbeachimprov.com)

Sitkovetsky Piano Trio, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, $195. (cmspb.org)

ily Chapel, Palm Beach Atlantic University, West Palm Beach, $10. (pba.edu)

Ernie Pyle: Here is My War, Center for Creative Education, West Palm Beach, also March 30, $10, free for veterans. (cceflorida.org)

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Fences, Palm Beach Dramaworks, West Palm Beach,

Screening of The Metropolitan Opera’s Die Walküre, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the

to April 21, contact for ticket prices. (palmbeachdrama works.org)

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

Jazz Singer Catherine Russell, Persson Hall, Kravis

Wings to Fly Dance Company presents “Hope,” The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $22-$42. (lyric

Center, West Palm Beach, also March 30, $39. (kravis.org)

theatre.com)

Joe Posa as Joan Rivers, Delray Beach Playhouse,

Yamit and the Vinyl Blvd., Arts Garage, Delray

contact for ticket prices. (delraybeachplayhouse.com)

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

Josh Young sings Andrew Lloyd Webber, Duncan Theatre, Lake Worth, $45. (duncantheatre.org)

Lucky Plush Productions presents “Rooming House,” Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, also March 30, $35. (kravis.org)

Paul Virzi, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, to March 31, $20. (palmbeachimprov.com)

30 Association of Performing Arts of India presents “Tradition,” University Theatre, Florida

The Thalea String Quartet closes out the Flagler Museum’s 2019 Music Series on March 5.

Chris MacDonald’s Jukebox Memories, Mizner Park Cultural Center, Boca Raton, $37.50-$44. (mizner parkculturalcenter.com)

Park, Boca Raton, also March 31, $25. (willowtheatre.org)

Jeepers Creepers it’s Johnny Mercer starring Marty Henne, Mizner Park Cultural Center, Boca Raton, $35. (miznerparkculturalcenter.com)

Christine Andreas presents “Piaf: No Regrets,” Wold Performing Arts Center, Lynn University, Boca Raton, also March 31, $50-$70. (lynn.edu/ events)

Rita Rudner, The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $47. (lyric theatre.com)

Early Music Festival Concert II, DeSantis Fam-

The Symphonia presents “Connoisseur Concert IV: A Jazz Symphony,” Roberts Theater

ily Chapel, Palm Beach Atlantic University, West Palm Beach, $10. (pba.edu)

at Saint Andrew’s School, Boca Raton, $50-$84. (thesymphonia.org)

Atlantic University, Boca Raton, $20. (fauevents.com)

Can’t Live Without You, Willow Theatre at Sugar Sand

31 The Fleisher-Jacobson Piano Duo, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $30. (fourarts.org)

Victorian Radicals: From the Pre-Raphaelites to the Arts & Crafts Movement The exhibition is organized by the American Federation of Arts and Birmingham Museums Trust

February 9, 2019 - May 5, 2019 HOLMES, SCHUMANN AND TITELMAN GALLERIES

Frederick Sandys, Morgan le Fay, 1864, Oil on composite wood panel in original frame, 2413/16 x 175/16 in. (unframed) and 4511/16 x 399/16 x 53/8 in. (framed), © Birmingham Museums Trust, Courtesy American Federation of Arts

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AGENDA GALLERIES Adelson Cavalier Galleries, Palm Beach. “American Impressionism,” March 1-31; “Andrew and Jamie Wyeth,” to March 5. (adelsoncavalier.com)

Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, West Palm Beach. “An Eye for Nature: Paintings and Prints by Morton Kaish,” to May 5. “Contours in Metal: Sculpture by Gino Miles,” to May 12. (ansg.org)

Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach. “Artist-inResidence Exhibition,” to March 9; “Annual Faculty Exhibition,” March 16 to April 6; “Annual All-Student Exhibition,” March 16 to April 12. (armoryart.org)

The Colony Palm Beach | Voltz Clarke Gallery Collaboration, The Colony Hotel, Palm Beach. “Lontano by Heather Chontos,” to May 31. (thecolonypalm beach.com)

Cornell Art Museum, Old School Square, Delray Beach. “Tech Effect,” to March 30. (oldschool square.org)

Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, Lake Worth. “Solo Exhibitions: Philip Butera, Kathryn Carlyle, and Joan Eiley,” to March 23; “Solo Exhibitions: Janet Rogers and Shannon Torrence,” March 30 to April 27; “Modern Love,” to May 18. (palmbeachculture.com)

Flagler Museum, Palm Beach. “Maker & Muse: Women and Early Twentieth Century Art Jewelry,” to May 26. (flaglermuseum.us)

Fritz Gallery, Palm Beach. “Helmut Koller: Solo Exhibition,” to March 17. (fritzgallery.com)

The Gallery at Windsor, Vero Beach. “Present Sense: Paintings, sculptures, and prints by Michael Craig-Martin,” to April 25. (windsorflorida.com) Judi and Allan Schuman Museum Gallery, Levis JCC Sandler Center, Boca Raton. “Levis JCC Pottery Guild Annual Exhibition and Sale” and “Plein Air Palm Beach: Painting Paradise,” both March 10 to April 30. (levisjcc.org)

Boca Raton Historical Society & Museum. “Imag-

Cultural Council of Palm Beach County The Satellite, CityPlace, West Palm Beach. “Reimagine,”

ining Boca Raton,” to March 24. (bocahistory.org)

through season end. (palmbeachculture.com)

Lighthouse ArtCenter, Tequesta. “Building Frank

Boca Raton Museum of Art. “Daniel Faust: Florida

Elliott Museum, Stuart. “Octane & Opulence II: Gentle-

Photos from the 1980s,” “Excuse Me!?!...I’m Looking for the Fountain of Youth,” and “Imagining Florida: History and Myth in the Sunshine State,” all to March 24. (bocamuseum.org)

men Prefer Race Cars,” to March 31. (elliottmuseum.org)

Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim” and “Modern Mavericks,” both to March 2; “Best of the Clubs,” March 21-30. (lighthousearts.org)

CityPlace, West Palm Beach. “Downton Abbey: The Exhibition,” to April 22. (cityplace.com/downtonabbey)

Esther B. O’Keeffe Gallery, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach. “Portraits of Courage: A Commander in Chief’s Tribute to America’s Warriors,” to March 31. (fourarts.org)

McKee Botanical Garden, Vero Beach. “Seward Johnson Sculpture Exhibition,” to April 28. (mckee garden.org)

NOTHING LIKE LIVE ENTERTAINMENT! PEAK Series

DANCE THEATRE OF HARLEM May 8

PEAK performances made possible by a grant from the MLDauray Arts Initiative in honor of Leonard and Sophie Davis

Founded 50 years ago, Dance Theatre of Harlem continues to shatter obstacles and change lives, deepening the connection between artists and diverse communities by redefining classical dance. Audiences are spellbound by the swiftness and elegance of this respected ballet troupe, which evolved from a church basement to stages around the world.

Also Coming Your Way... BOZ SCAGGS Out of the Blues Tour April 11 BERNADETTE PETERS April 14 RENT 20th Anniversary Tour April 17

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NO GRAVITY DANCE COMPANY: From Hell to Paradise April 18 KINKY BOOTS May 16 CHICK COREA & BÉLA FLECK DUET May 17

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Break: Paintings in Homage to Spring in Abstract, Representational, and Impressionist Styles,” March 1-31. (meghancandlergallery.com)

Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens,

that is My Life,” to March 9; “Joint Exhibition with Diane Farris and Jill Enfield,” March 22 to May 28. (workshop.org)

Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach. “Graham Rust: Designs and Illustra-

STEVE BENISTY

Meghan Candler Gallery, Vero Beach. “Spring

Delray Beach. “Hard Bodies: Contemporary Japanese Lacquer Sculpture” and “Sayaka Ganz: Reclaimed Creations,” both to March 31. (morikami.org)

tions,” to April 18. (palmbeachpreservation.org)

Mounts Botanical Garden, West Palm Beach. “Twist-

West Palm Beach. “Building Paradise: Addison Mizner’s Legacy,” to June 29. (hspbc.org)

On March 15, the Norton Museum of Art presents Teresita Fernández: Wayfinding as part of its Arts Leader Lecture Series.

Rosenbaum Contemporary, Boca Raton. “Mick Rock and Friends: The Art of Rock,” to March 23; “Two Generations: Works by Roberto Matta and Federica Matta,” March 28 to June 1. (rosenbaumcontemporary.com)

South Florida Science Center and Aquarium,

ed: Patrick Dougherty Entwined,” to June 30. (mounts.org)

Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach. “Spotlight: Ralston Crawford Across Media,” to May 14; “Going Public: Florida Collectors Celebrate the Norton,” “Good Fortune to All: A Chinese Lantern Festival in SixteenthCentury Nanjing,” and “Oldenburg and van Bruggen: The Typewriter Eraser, a Favored Form,” all to June 4; “Out of the Box: Camera-less Photography,” to June 18; “RAW (Recognition of Art by Women): Nina Chanel Abney,” to June 25; “WHO? A Brief History of Photography Through Portraiture,” to Nov. 26. (norton.org) Palm Beach Photographic Centre, West Palm Beach. “Vincent Versace, Postcards from the Vacation

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Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum,

Sallie & Berton Korman Gallery, Center for Creative Education, West Palm Beach. “Passenger: A Global Journey,” to March 29. (cceflorida.org)

Schmidt Center Gallery, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton. “Black Mirror and Other Third World Reflections: Selections from the Mario Cader-Frech Collection,” to April 6. (fau.edu)

West Palm Beach. “Dinosaur Invasion,” to April 21. (sfsciencecenter.org)

Vero Beach Museum of Art. “Victorian Radicals: From the Pre-Raphaelites to the Arts and Crafts Movement,” to May 5. (vbmuseum.org) The Wick Costume Museum, Boca Raton. “Those Were the Days: A Celebration of ’50s and ’60s Fashion, Pop Culture, and Broadway,” through May. (thewick.org)

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MORSELIFE 1. WHO: MorseLife Health Systems WHAT: Thirty-fifth Anniversary Dinner Dance WHERE: The Breakers, Palm Beach

ROBERT AND AMY SCHLAGER, DAVID MACK

RICHARD AND SUSAN FRIEDMAN

SUSAN AND MORRIS MARK

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THE SCIENCE OF FOOD SOUTH FLORIDA SCIENCE CENTER AND AQUARIUM

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April 11, 2019

The Circle, The Breakers

CHAIRMEN

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Perhaps most recognizable as the winner of Bravo’s Top Chef All-Stars, Richard Blais is a successful chef, restaurateur, cookbook author and television personality. After graduating from the Culinary Institute of America, he went on to train at The French Laundry, Daniel, Chez Panisse, and el Bulli. He currently owns Trail Blais, a forward-thinking culinary company and is a recurring judge on Top Chef and Master Chef.

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1. WHO: Miami City Ballet WHAT: Cocktail party to celebrate partnership with Graff Diamonds WHERE: Graff, Palm Beach 2. WHO: Pioneer Linens WHAT: Book signing and tea party with Jennifer Boles WHERE: Pioneer Linens, West Palm Beach

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GIL WALSH, JENNIFER BOLES, WENDY FRITZ MIRIAM KIISKI, STEPHEN MOONEY

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MARYBETH FITZGERALD, CANDI SPITZ

MAGGIE SCANLON, CHRIS RINDOS, EMILY KELLY

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GOOD BUY

MIDAS TOUCH Plates and platter with gold splatter and rims (prices vary), Suite One Studio, suiteonestudio.com

EMILY’S PICKS

Happy SPRING!

Say hello to a new you with products that pamper, organize, and dazzle By Emily Pantelides

WATER WORKS Flavour U See insulated water bottle ($20), Asobu, Neiman Marcus, Palm Beach, Boca Raton

SILVER SIREN Stardust crystal hoop earrings ($268), Lele Sadoughi, lelesadoughi.com

BACK IN BLACK Large Shirley bag in PVC with crocodile-embossed leather ($245), Staud, staud.clothing

Spring is a time of renewal, making it the perfect season to declutter your life, update your closet, and prioritize self-care. For me, spring is synonymous with sleeker, more refreshing fashions. Get rid of those drop ball and tassel earrings so ubiquitous this past fall and graduate to an unconventional hoop, such as my pick from J.Crew’s former jewelry designer, Lele Sadoughi. Complement them with one of Staud’s “totes” adorable see-through bags. Further embrace this season of rebirth by revamping your beauty rituals. Eliminate countless products and numerous visits to the dermatologist in favor of two of my favorite go-to items: the Foreo Luna Mini 2 massager and cleanser, and the über-popular GloPro microneedling tool from BeautyBio. Regardless of what fills your shopping bag this l FOR MORE FASHIONABLE BUYS, WATCH THE “EMILY’S PICKS” spring, remember to be kind to SEGMENT ON CBS12.COM. yourself, from the inside out. SAY SPA Luna Mini 2 facial spa massager and cleanser in pearl pink ($139), Foreo, Sephora locations

SKIN SAVER GloPro microneedling regeneration tool ($199), BeautyBio, Nordstrom, Palm Beach Gardens

TALK TO THE HAND Holographic Happiness manicure gloves with UV protection and hydrating aloe vera ($24), ManiGlovz, maniglovz.com

PRETTY IN PINK ColorQuake2 rectangle shield sunglasses in fuchsia ($415), Dior, Neiman Marcus, Palm Beach, Boca Raton

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