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CONTENTS

FEBRUARY 2020

FEATURES 102 / PRESERVING PALM BEACH A look at the Preservation Foundation’s past accomplishments and future goals

118 / SADDLES & ROMANCE

Passions and professions blend beautifully for this Wellington couple

By Judy Martel

By Cathy Chestnut

110 / JOYFUL PHILANTHROPY

126 / STYLE SAFARI

A mother-daughter duo hosts a charitable dinner party with family ties

Animal instinct takes over in the form of wild yet relaxed ready-to-wear

By Linda Marx

Photography by Gabor Jurina

CHRIS JORIANN

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Styled vignette from Nick Granat and Taylor McMurtry’s engagement shoot

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DEPARTMENTS 34 / FROM THE EDITOR 36 / PARTY PICS Events with the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County, the Center for Family Services, and more

INSIDER 59 / LOCAL SPOTLIGHT Artist Helmut Koller demystifies his signature Kollerism

60 / SEASONAL FUN Three festivals to check out in February

62 / COUNTY CONSERVATION Goods and initiatives that support ocean conservation

64 / GIVING BACK Milton and Tamar Maltz prioritize charity and the arts

STYLE 73 / THE LOOK Two totally opposite takes on raffia

76 / TRENDSETTERS

Jewelry designer Isaac Levy shares his favorite things

78 / BIJOUX These bold accessories offer the perfect purple punch

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80 / BEAUTY

Channel your inner green goddess with earthy elixirs

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ESCAPE 87 / WANDERLUST Walk with the animals in South Luangwa National Park and explore the wonders of Victoria Falls By Paul Rubio

92 / QUICK TRIPS HELMUT KOLLER STUDIO

The ultimate itinerary for a weekend in Key Largo

PHOTOGRAPHER: NAVID MODEL: PAULINE PITT LOCATION: BRADLEY PARK, PALM BEACH HAIR AND MAKEUP: DOBORAH KOEPPER, DOBORAH KOEPPER BEAUTY, PALM BEACH

94 / TRAVEL JOURNAL Interior designer Andrea Huainigg presents a local’s guide to Vienna, Austria ASHLEY MEYER

ON THE COVER:

By Daphne Nikolopoulos

96 / HIGH ROAD The latest Volvo XC60 is one speedy Swede By Howard Walker

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137 TASTE 137 / DESSERT

Discover Japanese sweets at Kasai & Koori

138 / LOCAL BITES

A taste bud tour through Palm Beach, a revamped look for Echo, a Mediterranean outpost in Palm Beach Gardens, an oenophile’s dream in Delray, and a new adventure for the South Beach Wine & Food Festival

146 / OFF THE VINE

A world of fine wine awaits in Washington state By Mark Spivak

HOME 149 / DESIGN LIBBY VOLGYES

A beachfront abode to suit discerning city slickers

150 / ELEMENTS

Transport to the medinas of Marrakech with Moroccan decor

152 / INSPIRED LIVING

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Invite the outdoors in with living green walls

BALANCE 185 / MINDFULNESS

Let sound bathing be your meditation soundtrack

186 / HEALTH & FITNESS

Expert golf tips to improve your game, locally made soaps to nourish your skin, fitness beverages to boost your metabolism, and a paddling event to get you on the water

192 / WEALTH

How charitable donations can deliver a return on investment

COURTESY OF FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS BOCA/TROUPE VERTIGO

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The Festival of the Arts Boca kicks off its “Season of Heroes”

196 / ARTS & CULTURE

What to see and do this month

SEEN 212 / PALM BEACH MAGAZINE Hot parties, beautiful people

GOOD BUY 224 / EMILY’S PICKS

This month, use your purchasing power to support area artisans and businesses

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The all-new Continental GT Coupe and Convertible. Now available at our spectacular new facilities 2801 Okeechobee Boulevard, West Palm Beach. To discover exhilarating performance and breathtaking style, contact Bentley Palm Beach by calling us at 561-257-4833 or visiting BramanBentleyPalmBeach.com The name ‘Bentley’ and the ‘B’ in wings device are registered trademarks. © 2020 Bentley Motors Inc. Model shown: Continental Convertible.

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EXHIBITING AT THE PALM BEACH SHOW FEBRUARY 13-18 BOOTH 700/801

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An unparalleled shopping A collection of 30+ world-class national and international galleries and design studios. The Showroom proudly offers a diversity of fine art, antiques, sculpture, glass and design objects from a range of eras, mediums and genres.

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I L L U S T R A T E D Editor in Chief Daphne Nikolopoulos Creative Director Olga M. Gustine Executive Editor Mary Murray Senior Editor Liz Petoniak Fashion Editor Katherine Lande Wine & Spirits Editor Mark Spivak Lifestyle Editor Liza Grant Smith Automotive Editor Howard Walker Travel Editor Paul Rubio Editorial Assistant Abigail Duffy Web & Social Media Editor Dallas Holland DESIGN Senior Art Director Ashley Meyer Art Directors Airielle Farley, Jenny Fernandez-Prieto Digital Imaging Specialist Leonor Alvarez-Maza CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Judy Martel, Linda Marx, Emily Pantelides, Skye Sherman CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Gabor Jurina, Joriann Maye-Keegan, Navid, Jerry Rabinowitz

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SOCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS Tracey Benson, Janis Bucher, CAPEHART, Davidoff Studios, Jacek Gancarz, Corby Kaye’s Studio Palm Beach, LILA Photo, Paulette Martin and Amy Meister CUSTOM PUBLISHING Editor and Director, Custom Content Michelle Lee Ribeiro Editor, Naples Custom Content Cathy Chestnut SUBSCRIPTIONS 800-308-7346

Published by Palm Beach Media Group North, LLC, P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL 33480, 561-659-0210 • Fax: 561-659-1736 ®Palm Beach Illustrated, Palm Beach Magazine, and Palm Beach Social Observer are registered trademarks, and ™Palm Beach Living is a trademark of Palm Beach Media Group North, LLC.

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Publisher Terry Duffy ADVERTISING Associate Publisher Deidre Wade, 561-472-1902, dwade@palmbeachmedia.com Account Managers Melissa Zolin Schwartz, 561-472-1922, mschwartz@palmbeachmedia.com; Dina Turner, 561-472-2201, dturner@palmbeachmedia.com Marketing Manager Shalyn Ormsby, 239-298-7512, sormsby@palmbeachmedia.com Sales Assistant Ashley Fleak PRODUCTION Production Manager Selene M. Ceballo Production Coordinators Brian Beach, George Davis Production Assistant Kassandre Kallen Advertising Design Coordinator Jeffrey Rey OPERATIONS Chief Operating Officer Todd Schmidt Process Integration Manager Sue Martel Digital Operations Manager Bill Fleak Circulation/Subscriptions Administrator Marjorie Leiva Distribution Manager Judy Heflin Accounting Specialist Lourdes Linares Accounts Receivable Specialist Ana Coronel Administrative Assistant Annie Portuondo SUBSCRIPTIONS 800-308-7346 In Memoriam Ronald J. Woods (1935-2013) HOUR MEDIA, LLC CEO Stefan Wanczyk President John Balardo PUBLISHERS OF: Palm Beach Illustrated • Naples Illustrated • Palm Beach Charity Register Naples Charity Register • Florida Design • Florida Design Naples • Florida Design Miami Florida Design Sourcebook • Palm Beach Relocation Guide • Fifth Avenue South South Florida Baby and Beyond • The Jewel of Palm Beach: The Mar-a-Lago Club Traditions: The Breakers • Salut!: Naples Winter Wine Festival • Palm Beach 100 Naples 100 • Art & Culture: Cultural Council of Palm Beach County Pinnacle: Jupiter Medical Center Foundation • Waypoints: Naples Yacht Club Naples on the Gulf: Naples Chamber of Commerce • Jupiter • Stuart Gold Coast • Community Foundation of Collier County Community Report 32

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FROM THE EDITOR

Palm Beach may have a reputation as the world’s “winter playground,” but its true claim to fame is the generosity of its residents. Since the Gilded Age, when charity balls gave aristocrats a more purposeful reason to dress up and be merry, Palm Beachers have had a tradition of giving. In my 20ish years in Palm Beach County, I’ve seen that tradition evolve from an act of check writing to impassioned crusades on behalf of causes that are as personal as they are vital. Take the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach, for example. Preserving the character of a town that has a profound significance in American history is of the utmost importance, and no one knows that better than this month’s cover subject, Pauline Pitt. A longtime resident of Palm Beach and a known philanthropist, Pauline stepped into the role of chairman of the foundation’s board of trustees after its long-standing leader, John Mashek, passed away. Architectural preservation and safeguarding the town’s identity have become a core mission for Pauline and other trustees, whose families have inhabited the most significant island estates for generations. A few of these custodians of history have posed for our “Preserving Palm Beach” feature, starting on page 102. Multigenerational giving is a hallmark of Palm Beach altruism, and the concept is best exemplified in our feature on mother-daughter duo Julie Fisher Cummings and Caroline Cummings Rafferty. The two women teamed up to host an elegant dinner in honor of the Promise Fund, which Julie co-founded with breast cancer advocate Nancy Brinker and businesswoman Laurie Silvers. Not only was the party a showcase for Julie and Caroline’s impeccable taste and entertaining style, it shed light on a health-care solution that could save millions of lives. Read all about it in “Joyful Philanthropy” on page 110. Combining glamour with a noble cause is what Palm Beach is all about—and why billions of dollars have been raised here since the Gilded Age. I hope these and other stories in our February issue will inspire and energize your own giving tradition. Cheers to making a difference!

Daphne Nikolopoulos

DANA ALLEN

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The Art of GIVING

FLYING ON A MICROLIGHT OVER VICTORIA FALLS IS ONE OF THE MOST TERRIFYING AND PERSPECTIVEALTERING THINGS I’VE EVER DONE, AND I RECOMMEND IT WITHOUT HESITATION. OUR TRAVEL EDITOR, PAUL RUBIO, GIVES HIS TAKE ON THAT AND OTHER ADVENTUROUS ACTIVITIES IN HIS REPORT ON ZAMBIAN TRAVEL. PAGE 87.

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PARTY PICS HELENE AND MATT LORENTZEN, FRANCES AND JEFF FISHER STEPHEN AND KIM BRUNO, CARRIE HOLT MARTIN AND AUDREY GRUSS

SCULPTURE IN MOTION JOHN BARNES, DONALD OSBORNE

BILL AND CHRISTINE AYLWARD

WHO: Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens WHAT: Sculpture in Motion: The Art of Pre- and Post-War Automobiles WHERE: Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, West Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: Guests toured the gardens and the rare automobiles on display at this third annual event.

SAM AND LISA LEHRMAN CAMERON LICKLE, LINQING YANG, CHRISTINA AND BEN MACFARLAND TIFFANY AND SIMON ISAACS

HERB AND EVA JACOBI, JILLIAN AND DAVID GILMOUR

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NAZIRA HANDAL AND BRIAN POFFEL

SCOTT VELOZO AND STEPHEN MOONEY

NICK AND NICOLE SARGENT

KIPS BAY KICKOFF CELEBRATION WHO: Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County WHAT: Pre-Renovation Party WHERE: 260 Palmetto Lane, West Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: More than 200 design enthusiasts gathered to celebrate the opening of the third annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach.

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MARISSA MURPHY, CAMILLE MURPHY KUBICEK, TIFFANY ISAACS

OLD BAGS COMMITTEE LUNCHEON WHO: Center for Family Services WHAT: Old Bags committee kickoff luncheon WHERE: Bistro Chez Jean-Pierre, Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: In preparation for the Old Bags Luncheon, committee members dined in support of the organization’s mental health initiatives.

WENDY ROBERTS, FRANCE TESSIER KAREN SWANSON, TAMMY POMPEA

JUDI DONOFF, TERI WOLOFSKY

ARLETTE GORDON, GAIL WORTH

SALLY KIMBALL, BARBARA GILBERT

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MONIKA PRESTON, NICHOLAS CARISTO

TIM MORAN, SEAN BAKER, JIMMY DUANE, NICK CARISTO, JOHN SCARPA

POLICEMEN’S AND FIREMEN’S PRE-PARTY WHO: Palm Beach Police & Fire Foundation WHAT: Cocktail reception WHERE: Private residence, Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: More than 160 guests marked the commencement of the Policemen’s & Firemen’s Ball, which benefits safety programs, scholarships, and new equipment for the departments.

LARRY HERBERT, JIMMY DUANE

SALLYANNE AND JOE GUELLI, EILEEN BURNS

KIRK BLOUIN, GARY WALLEY

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YOUNG FRIENDS OF PEGGY ADAMS WHO: Young Friends of Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League WHAT: Inaugural “Party Animal” event WHERE: Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: Animal lovers flocked to the museum in support of Rescue League’s animal welfare, pet adoption, facility expansion, and community education initiatives. KELLY GRACE, FRITZ AND JUDY VAN DER GRIFT, NED GRACE, STACEY LEULIETTE

RICH ANDERSON, JUDY AND FRITZ VAN DER GRIFT

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COCKTAILS FOR A CAUSE HECTOR PEGUERO, SCOTT VELOZO, JOAN AND KIM SARGENT, STEPHEN MOONEY

WHO: HIVE Collective WHAT: Cocktail reception WHERE: HIVE Home, Gift & Garden, West Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: Guests honored Pauline Pitt, chairwoman of the Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League Christmas Ball, and celebrated Betty Kuhner: The American Family Portrait by Kate Kuhner and Steven Stolman. CHRISTINA CERNIK, KELLY GRACE

EARL CRITTENDEN, RICH WILKIE NATHAN FRANK AND KRYSTIAN VON SPEIDEL

LUCIA ECKLES, PETER CROMARTY RICH ANDERSON, ROSS MELTZER

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FRANCES FISHER, IRIS APFEL

ARCHIVAL EVENING WHO: Historical Society of Palm Beach County WHAT: Archival Evening WHERE: Club Colette, Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: Guests honored Palm Beach icon Iris Apfel, whose pioneering style and accomplishments have shaped the region, at the Historical Society’s eighteenth annual event.

RENATE AND ALEX DREYFOOS

GRIER AND KRISTY PRESSLY

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COCKTAILS FOR COMPASS WHO: Compass WHAT: Cocktails for Compass: A Winter Dinner WHERE: Club Colette, Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: Guests dined, danced, and participated in a silent auction in support of Compass’ mission to empower lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people of all ages.

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WHO: Serena & Lily WHAT: VIP Grand Opening Party WHERE: Serena & Lily boutique, Palm Beach HIGHLIGHTS: More than 300 guests celebrated the opening of the California-based interior design shop’s first brickand-mortar location in Florida.

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Artist Helmut Koller with examples of his wildlife paintings

Self-taught Austrian artist Helmut Koller was first drawn to Palm Beach by its lack of winter, but the palmstudded beauty and sophisticated residents soon made him feel at home. Our tropical habitat helps inspire his playful creativity and use of vivid hues. Created in his own style, dubbed Kollerism, Koller’s work comprises a realistic representation of form paired with abstraction of colors. His usual subjects are animals, especially big cats and other species you might spot on safari. “Animals are not really a theme

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for pop art,” Koller shares, “but there is this play of beauty and danger.” Painstakingly detailed yet splashed with a fantasy of colors, Koller’s art demonstrates both expert skill and unbridled inventiveness—hallmarks of a master. “If I have an exhibition and people look at the painting and get the same feeling that I do, well then it’s not art, then it’s an illustration,” he says. “What makes it into art is that it triggers emotions and memories in people that are different from mine.” (helmutkoller.com)

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Bundle up and brave the not-soharsh elements for these three CAN’T-MISS FESTIVALS

What: ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival When: February 15-16 Where: Central Boulevard, Abacoa, Jupiter Now in its thirty-fifth year, ArtiGras has grown to include 300 artists, 1,000 volunteers, 60 vendors, and attractions like a KidZone, live entertainment, and more. “With 13 different mediums of fine art for sale, there’s a piece of art for everyone,” assures Bianca

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PRO TIP MAKE A DAY OF IT AND BRING A BLANKET OR CHAIR TO SET UP A HOME BASE IN THE PARK.

What: Garlic Fest When: February 8-9 Where: John Prince Park, Lake Worth Beach Garlic Fest is planning an epic— and pungent—twenty-first birthday party. New this year, attendees can go VIP and enjoy a raised viewing area above the crowds. Don’t miss live reggae courtesy of The Expendables and The Wailers, as well as laid-back blues

Colon, director of events with the Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce. “We’re also bringing back the patron program this year to give art lovers a VIP experience.” Patron program members receive $375 in ArtiDollars, which can be used toward the purchase of art at the festival, plus lunch, beverages, a signed 2020 ArtiGras poster, and other perks. (artigras.org)

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school students, and that has been a huge part of the success of the festival,” says Maryanne Webber, executive director and artist coordinator. Artists utilize chalk and pavement in place of paint and canvas, so the art lasts only as long as the weather allows, but the creation process is the focus. “It’s a temporary thing,” PRO TIP adds Webber. “You watch it PARK FOR FREE AT while it’s happening. The artPALM BEACH STATE work itself is the interaction COLLEGE AND TAKE THE FESTIVAL’S of the artist and the viewer.” COURTESY SHUTTLE. (streetpaintingfestivalinc.org)

from G. Love & Special Sauce. Of course, what is Garlic Fest without an array of garlic-infused foods? In addition to the famous garlic ice cream, the garlic nachos are another must-try. “These aren’t just regular nachos,” says Lindi DiMaio, the festival’s marketing and communications director. “You’re going to want to bring your breath mints. The garlic tater tots are also out of this world.” (garlicfestfl.com)

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Florida Sea Turtle Company, founded by a Boca Raton high schooler, donates 10 percent of proceeds from its line of clothing, accessories, and art ($16 and up) to local sea turtle conservation programs. (floridaseaturtle company.com)

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North Palm Beach–based Hidden Water offers an earthsafe alternative to plastic bottles ($6 for a six pack) and removes a piece of plastic from the ocean for every can sold. (hidden-water.com)

· Boca Raton start-up StrawFish provides a one-stop shop for biodegradable consumables to help businesses transition to singleuse plastic alternatives. (strawfish.co) · Delray Beach nonprofit Community Greening is on a mission to create sustainable urban green spaces by planting trees; they’ve planted more than 3,000 since 2016. (communitygreening.org) · To bring awareness to the impact of Lake Okeechobee discharges on the St. Lucie River and Indian River Lagoon estuary, trek alongside a 37-mile flow of water from the Port Mayaca Locks to the St. Lucie River. The 2020 Run the Toxic Trail 37-Mile Awareness Run is set for June 27. (runsignup.com) · Friends of Jupiter Beach organizes monthly beach cleanups, and its volunteers have removed an estimated 71,000 pounds of trash since 2006. (friendsofjupiterbeach.org) · Saltwater Brewery in Delray Beach has launched E6PR, the first six-pack rings made from byproduct waste and other compostable materials. (saltwaterbrewery.com) · Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s Blue Table Restaurant program promotes ocean-friendly dining practices by eliminating plastic and Styrofoam and encouraging the use of sustainable seafood and area produce. (marinelife.org) · During Keep Palm Beach County Beautiful’s annual Great American Cleanup April 18, volunteers enact a large-scale removal of litter, plus activities such as tree plantings and recycling efforts. (keeppbcbeautiful.org)

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4Ocean, a global ocean cleanup company headquartered in Boca Raton, emerged after two surfers took a 2015 trip to Bali and arrived, to their dismay, to trash-filled beaches. Witnessing the magnitude of the ocean plastic crisis spurred Alex Schulze and Andrew Cooper into action. Today 4Ocean conducts professional cleanups—they’ve recovered more than 7 million pounds since 2017—and aims to improve society’s consumption habits. (4ocean.com) 62

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An animated reading of Moby-Dick in his high school classroom set up Milton Maltz’s first career as a radio actor. His time spent behind the microphone and penning his own programs sealed the beginning of a long love affair with theater and broadcasting, which eventually led him to the Maltz Jupiter Theatre. Following a successful stint as owners of radio and television stations, Milton and his wife, Tamar, resuscitated the former playhouse along with a group of theater lovers. After renovations, it reopened as the Maltz Jupiter Theatre in 2004. But the Maltzes’ support didn’t end there. The Palm Beach Gardens residents provided $7 million for the theater’s endowment in 2012. Then last year, they

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their tickets in advance if they want to see a good show. We are proud to have this theater in our county.” The Maltzes, who’ve been married for nearly 70 years, met through radio acting and raised three children. Both now 91, the couple represents self-made success. Tamar was a teacher, and Milton served in the U.S. Navy and worked for the National Security Agency during the Korean War, moonlighting at night as a radio disc jockey. When his discharge arrived, he had the foresight to invest around $10,000 (most of which was his wife’s savings) in an FM station at a time when AM stations were the gold standard. In 1956, he founded Malrite Communications Group, a broadcasting company that owned radio and television stations across the country. Partners in life, creativity, and philanthropy, the pair was instrumental in founding the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio; the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C.; the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage in Beachwood, Ohio; and Bascom Palmer Eye Institute’s Maltz Center in Palm Beach Gardens. Most recently, the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum bestowed the duo with its National Leadership Award in 2019. “We do our best,” Milton says of inspiring others to be changemakers. Devoting themselves to causes involving the arts, culture, education, and health, the Maltzes hope their legacy will resound with younger generations. After all, Milton says, he would have never been in the position to invest in important institutions if he wasn’t willing to take a risk on FM radio long ago. “Let’s face it: To be successful, you have to take risks,” he says. “I tell younger people to believe in your projects, your skills, and yourself.” (jupitertheatre.org)

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By Katherine Lande Raffia, a natural material harvested from raffia palms indigenous to tropical Africa, Madagascar, and the Philippines, swaps grass skirt and tiki hut associations for an elegant upgrade this season. For the Roger Vivier Spring Summer 2020 collection, creative director Gherardo Felloni highlights the fiber with vibrant plumes on the Tikiiviv’ embellished mules ($1,695, Roger Vivier Bal Harbour and rogervivier.com), fanning them out in a dramatic silhouette. The final touch, a kitten heel with a crystal-embellished sphere, a design Monsieur Vivier originally created for movie star Marlene Dietrich in 1953, cements the down-to-earth material’s luxe ascent. Had the silent-film siren taken a role that brought her to Carnival, these would have certainly adorned her feet. Read on for more tropical fashions.

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STYLE NOTES AU NATUREL: Wear the trend in a neutral color palette of tan and black. HEAD TO TOE: For maximum impact, incorporate raffia textures from top to bottom. KEEP IT CHIC: Opt for classic styles like a shoulder handbag and flat slides. THE LAST STRAW Natural and black crochet raffia shoulder bag ($1,490), Oscar de la Renta, Palm Beach GOLD SPUN Gray Copacabana bangle ($270), Aurélie Bidermann, aureliebidermann.com

ON THE FRINGE Pearl and raffia dangle earrings ($225), Akola, Neiman Marcus, Palm Beach, Boca Raton

HAUTE HARVEST Supervee handbag ($2,445), Valentino, Palm Beach

OSCAR DE LA RENTA SPRING SUMMER 2020 The brand’s Dominican roots play inspiration in this woven raffia runway look. BLACK AND TAN Lou folk raffia camera bag ($1,590), Saint Laurent, Palm Beach

PLANTING SEEDS Raffia crochet flower sandals ($750), Gucci, Palm Beach, Boca Raton

RAW BEAUTY Crystal raffia slides ($278), Tory Burch, various locations

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PEARLS of Wisdom Born in Buenos Aires and raised in Jerusalem, Isaac Levy first came to Palm Beach on business but continues to return for the sunshine. An acclaimed jewelry designer, Levy has exhibited his “Art to Wear” collection at fine art shows throughout South Florida and, together with his wife, Orna, has designated Boca Raton as home base for their fine jewelry company, Yvel. Diamonds, emeralds, sapphires, and other sparkling gems frequently cameo in Yvel creations, but rare organic pearls are Levy’s signature. Complementing his design sensibility is his heart to help; he’s deeply dedicated to his his nonprofit philanthropic endeavor, the Israel-based Megemeria School of Jewelry and Art, which teaches and employs Ethiopian refugees in the art of jewelry-making and goldsmithing. —Skye Sherman

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amazingly alike: They look the same from afar but are all unique upon closer inspection. PROUDEST CAREER MOMENT Fatherhood is my No. 1 career, so it would have to be watching my son win the 2019 European waterskiing championship. BINGE WATCHES The Kominsky Method. It’s wise, charming, and definitely gives you something to look forward to. CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT Passion BOOK HE WISHES HE’D WRITTEN The Bible. I’d sign a contract to get 10 cents for each copy sold. HIDDEN TALENT Soccer. I’m a true Argentinian. FITNESS ROUTINE I usually train in the morning on the treadmill or elliptical for 60 to 90 minutes, followed by an amazing Israeli breakfast. SPLURGES ON I like to dress in nice Armani suits and enjoy a good meal once in a while at restaurants like Nobu. HIS HAPPY PLACE On my barbecue veranda, surrounded by family and friends. NEVER FLIES WITHOUT Fitness clothing is usually the first thing I put in my suitcase.  SIGNATURE DRINK Vodka tonic with lots of mint leaves NEXT TRAVEL DESTINATION Hong Kong to visit my pearl farmers and view the new harvests for the year. BEST ADVICE HE’S RECEIVED “Count your blessings.” It happens in life that we get upset by small or big issues, so it’s always important to remember to do so. WORDS TO LIVE BY Do what you love, love what you do, and always do it with passion. ERIC LAIGNEL

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1. LOVELY LAVENDER Karma El Khalil ring with a lavender opal and white and black diamonds set in 18-karat blackened gold, $16,000. (karmaelkhalil.com) 2. SUN KING Roberto Coin Roman Barocco Sunburst pendant with an amethyst and diamonds set in 18-karat rose gold, $6,200. Hamilton Jewelers, Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens (hamiltonjewelers.com) 3. AMAZING AMETHYST Etho Maria Roccabella earrings with amethyst set in 18-karat rose gold and silver, $4,400. Hamilton Jewelers, Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens (hamiltonjewelers.com) 4. GOLDEN GODDESS Marco Bicego Africa handengraved bracelet with rubies and 18-karat gold, $4,330. Saks Fifth Avenue, Palm Beach (saksfifthavenue.com) 5. ROYAL TREATMENT Wendy Yue earrings with purple jade, sugilite, pink sapphires, and champagne and white diamonds set in 18-karat black gold, $11,000. Neiman Marcus, Palm Beach (neimanmarcus.com) 6. KISS THE RING Effy Jewelry ring with an amethyst, tanzanite, and diamonds set in 14-karat rose gold, $2,228. Bloomingdale’s, Palm Beach Gardens (bloomingdales.com) 7. QUEEN BEE Tamara Comolli ring with an amethyst set in 18-karat rose gold, $18,600. Tamara Comolli, Palm Beach (tamaracomolli.com) 8. BACK IN BLACK Verdura Topkapi cuff with amethyst, green tourmaline, and diamonds set in 18-karat gold and black jade, $39,500. Betteridge, Palm Beach (betteridge.com)

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PROMOTION

PREPARING FOR A LIQUIDITY EVENT? Take the time to create a plan to receive and manage your new wealth.

Maybe you’ve just sold a business, or you’ve received a large gift or inheritance.

What do you do when the money shows up in your account? Your trusted advisor can help you put together a team and establish a plan to manage and protect your wealth based on your goals and risk tolerance. Most important, the plan will give you time to adjust to a new reality.

Louise Armour advises, “With significant resources in place, you’re in the position

to build a legacy, and your vision may go in a variety of directions. Perhaps you’re interested in philanthropy, or you’d like to create something lasting in your city or town through education or community development. Don’t rush the process. Give yourself the time to explore new ideas without feeling the need to take action.”

CREATE APPROPRIATE VEHICLES FOR HOLDING YOUR NEW WEALTH. Work with your advisor and estate-planning attorney to determine how to hold, manage, protect, and transfer your new wealth. These vehicles can include Wills, trusts, limited partnerships or LLCs. If you are interested in charitable giving, create a

WHAT DO YOU NEED IN THE SHORT TERM? Maintain enough cash and other short-term investments to allow you to pay taxes on your proceeds, to fund any preplanned purchases (e.g., family travel, second home) or to purchase medical insurance, if necessary. There may be unexpected expenses you haven’t budgeted for; make sure you have enough in your day-to-day accounts to cover unforeseen circumstances.

Consider both your liquidity needs and time horizon. The table below lays out

investment considerations for different liquidity buckets.

LIQUIDITY NEEDS AND TIME HORIZONS: Group cash balances into three types based on your liquidity needs and time horizon.

DAY-TO-DAY BALANCES: 0-9 MONTHS

• Cash typically used for daily needs; allows for unforeseen expenses

• Requires preservation of principal

• Same-day liquidity

private foundation or donor-advised fund, which can both fulfill family and personal

RESERVE LIQUIDITY: 9–18 MONTHS

goals as well as address tax and financial issues.

PREPARE FOR AN EVENT AHEAD OF TIME. Sal Tiano says, “It helps to think

INVESTABLE ASSETS: OVER 18 MONTHS

ahead. If you want to make gifts to children or other beneficiaries, under some

• Long-term investable assets structured to generate substantial returns with a

circumstances, doing so before the liquidity event may allow you to take advantage

goal-oriented and tax-efficient mindset.

of valuation discounts for gift tax purposes.” Your team of advisors can help work through the different options.

TAKE THE TIME TO THINK ABOUT HOW YOU WILL WANT TO ALLOCATE AND SPEND YOUR NEW FUNDS. Part of the decision about long-term investing will depend on your spending needs and how your portfolio will need to be structured

• Fairly static; cash set aside for possible investments, large purchases

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT PLANNING AROUND YOUR LIQUIDITY EVENT AND ABOUT A LONGER-TERM INVESTMENT PLAN, PLEASE CONTACT TIANO, ARMOUR & SMYTH WEALTH MANAGERS. Sal Tiano, Louise Armour and John Smyth of Tiano, Armour & Smyth Wealth Managers at J.P. Morgan Securities offer their clients stability and commitment for the long term with a collective 85+ years

to accomplish your goals—and you may not yet know what this new phase of your

of wealth management experience. The team was recently named to Barron’s Top 50

life will be like from a financial standpoint. John Smyth advises, “Think about risk

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tolerance. Asset allocation is the most significant factor in how a portfolio performs long term. Your views about risk will drive the appropriate mix of assets.”

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Walk on the WILD SIDE Commune with lions, roam among giraffes, and lunch with elephants in Zambia’s SOUTH LUANGWA NATIONAL PARK By Paul Rubio

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the Serengeti and Kruger. Yet, unlike its peers, South Luangwa promises a safari that branches beyond riveting game drives, prizeworthy photography, and epic sundowners. The game changer here are action-packed walking safaris that invite you to become one with Africa’s vast animal kingdom. PALMBEACHILLUSTRATED.COM | FEBRUARY 2020

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Above, from left: Wake up with elephants at the bush camps and get up close with colonies of southern carmine bee-eaters. From left: Reflect on the day, cozy on a bush camp sundeck, and sleep comfortably under tented canvas.

As the original birthplace of the walking safari, South Luangwa has had more than 50 years to test the boundaries of man versus nature and perfect this highly ambitious activity. Nowadays, this region is hands down the continent’s top spot to safely and completely immerse in the wildlife-rich plains, specifically through outfitter The Bushcamp Company. In addition to the Mfuwe Lodge, The Bushcamp Company operates six intimate bush

camps—Kuyenda, Chamilandu, Chindeni, Bilimungwe, Kapamba, and Zungulila—strewn throughout the remote southern reaches of South Luangwa, over an expansive area to which the company carries the exclusive traversing rights. Collectively, they are certified as coveted National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World. Each maxes out at six or eight guests and delivers a similar aesthetic of rustic-chic over tented suites with more than enough creature comforts to keep content in the bush. A typical morning at any camp begins at 5:30 with pre-dawn coffee, setting out for the day’s walking safari before sunrise. The Bushcamp’s seasoned guides, along with armed national park rangers, map out a path based on the recent sights and sounds of nature, so factors like animal calls, tracks, and dung all play a role. To be sure, they’re not planning a leisurely, one-hour stroll to simply showcase the landscape and gaze Resident elephants make their way at zebras from a football field away; through reception at Mfuwe Lodge. they’re strategizing to deliver a length-

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ier, more hardcore outing. While the itinerary includes medicinal plant demos and discovery of Zambia’s smaller critters, also expect to cross paths with elephants, giraffes, hippos, kudu, and even lions at distances short enough to make your heart skip a beat. It’s the latter that forms the backbone of the South Luangwa walking safari. During these exhilarating yet precarious encounters, listen to your expert guide: He’ll inform you when to remain quiet, stay completely still, drop to the ground, or head up a tree. True fight-or-flight moments should never materialize, but just the thought is enough to induce a lot of adrenaline. While at Kapamba and Bilimungwe, my personal walking safari climaxed while observing a pride of lions, six strong, first sleeping along a dry riverbed (cue “The Lion Sleeps Tonight”) and later disappearing for a presumed hunt. I was also privy to several hours with a colony of southern carmine bee-eaters, numbering some 1,000 individual birds, followed by contact with curious Thornicroft’s giraffes and Crawshay’s zebras at close range. Daily morning walking sa-

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faris were paired with afternoon game drives in which I honed my photography skills, snapping away at some of the 60 mammal species and 400 bird species found in the park. Night drives led to numerous leopard and bush baby sightings, followed by hearty meals back at camp that combined Western flair with local ingredients. Yet another highlight was actually traveling from Kapamba to Bilimungwe on foot. In fact, it’s possible to journey between five of the camps as extended walking safaris, thereby crossing as much of South Luangwa’s diverse terrain as possible. Staff transport luggage and arrange a few surprises along the way—think pop-up “pizza in the bush,” inclusive of a portable oven, every topping imaginable, and some chilled white wine to wash it all down. Regardless of individual bush camps chosen, voyages with The Bushcamp Company

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typically begin or end at the outfitter’s awardwinning lodge near the national park’s entrance. Unlike the micro-camps, Mfuwe surfaces as a larger, 18-key luxury property—swimming pool, Wifi, and air-conditioning included—and the ideal place to transition from home life to safari life deep in the bush. To say the animal sightings around Mfuwe are excellent would be an understatement. They’re so good that, at times, guests must vacate the lobby so elephants Microlight flight over Victoria Falls

can pass through reception to lunch on the surrounding mango trees. By day, crocodiles sunbathe next to your terrace, and at night, guards must shoo hippos away from the walking paths. If looking beyond the more predictable, polished, and often crowded safaris of South and East Africa, try Zambia. The Bushcamp Company’s South Luangwa experience exudes excitement and authenticity. It’s a safari like no other—the ultimate walk on the wild side. (bushcampcompany.com)

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and well-positioned public areas like waterfront spa pavilions and restaurant Kubu. Since this luxury hotel is actually located within Mosioa-Tunya National Park, don’t be surprised to wake up to giraffes, impala, and vervet monkeys at your doorstep or zebras grazing near the swimming pool. Next, let the hotel organize all activities to consummate your Victoria Falls high. Be bold and venture to the razor’s edge of the falls for a dip in Devil’s Pool, a natural pool on the falls’ precipice that requires a boat, ropes, endur-

ance, and lots of courage to reach. (Tip: Don’t look down.) Dry off and later take to the skies on a two-person microlight flight—or a lessscary helicopter ride—chasing rainbows through the falls’ flow and gaining the definitive bird’s-eye view of this natural wonder. Brave the racing rapids of the falls-fed Zambezi River, which reach grade five (and sometimes up to an impossible six and seven) after rainy season. Or take a leap of faith and bungee jump 364 feet off the Victoria Falls Bridge. Don’t miss out on the tamer activities, either.

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A CULTURAL OUTING Attend a concert at the Musikverein (musikverein.at), a concert hall famous for the Vienna Philharmonic orchestra.

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FOR A TASTE OF ROYALTY Tour the Schönbrunn Palace, the former summer residence of the Habsburg family located in the Hietzing district. Back in town, visit the Hofburg castle, the city residence of the Habsburgs.

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Long before the entree lands, you’ll be regaled with tales of the car’s gold-painted six-caliper Akebono brakes, optional 22inch alloys, and Öhlins dampers that need to be adjusted outside the car. You read that right. This racetrack-inspired setup requires you to pop the hood to twist a knob—there are 20 settings to choose from—then go down on hands and knees to reach into the wheel well to adjust the rear shocks. Most sporty SUVs have adjustable suspension, but you stiffen the shocks by twisting a knob inside. This is just plain odd. Talk of exterior elements will inevitably prompt your neighbor to spell out the significance of that strange badge on the Volvo’s grille and tailgate. Just like BMW has its M division and Mercedes has AMG, Volvo has Polestar. Back in the 1990s, it was Polestar that ran Volvo’s hugely successful European racing program. Volvo bought the company in 2015 to help develop a few performance models; in 2017 it announced that Polestar would oversee its luxury electric car production. Any dyed-in-the-wool Volvo enthusiast who spots those trademark brakes and Polestar badging will surely nod in approval. Me? I might

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They’re tearing down history all over the country, and I think it’s important to preserve it for future generations. Children need to learn that they have a part in conserving the world.”

On a sparkling afternoon in Palm Beach, a group of elegantly dressed women gathers in Bradley Park. They’ve come to the recently renovated space to have their photos taken and reminisce about the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach’s four decades of success in protecting and promoting the culture and architecture of the small town with a big history. The 4.5-acre park at the base of the Flagler Memorial Bridge anchors the historic main street and was once the location of Colonel E.R. Bradley’s Beach Club and residence. The $2.7 million beautification project, completed in 2017, will be the site of the foundation’s annual dinner dance in March to mark its fortieth anniversary. The park abounds in local significance. A limestone fountain—donated by Mrs. Frederick E. Guest from her Palm Beach estate, Villa Artemis, in 1938—centers the space. A Gilded Age–era tea house partially frames the noted water feature, while a sweep of lawn invites wanderers with gravel paths that curve toward the Lake Trail. “I walk the Lake Trail every day,” says Karin Luter, who joined the foundation about five years ago because she was impressed by what the members of the nonprofit had accomplished. “Their vision tugged at my heartstrings.” “Bradley Park is such a gift,” says Darlene Jordan, another of the relatively new members recruited by John Mashek, the organization’s late former chairman who served in the role for 27 years. Both Jordan and Luter agree that the park was in desperate need of renovation. “We’ve been in Palm Beach 20 years,” continues Jordan, “and I used to push my daughter in a stroller on the trail and never even thought of stopping here because it was just a little sad-looking and unkempt.” These days, she and her family often pause at the park when riding bikes or walking. Given its location at the town’s entrance, the park is a prominent feature, says Jordan, adding that she was especially touched by the masses of American flags covering the park grounds to commemorate Veterans Day last fall. “My father was in the Army and my husband was in the Navy, and I can’t tell you how moved I was to see those flags.” Today the island boasts a unique architectural amal-

—Kit Pannill

gam, but the creation of Palm Beach as a perfect paradise more than a century ago was the mission of a single man, Florida developer and Standard Oil partner Henry Flagler. Over the years, as the town grew from a lush, semitropical seasonal resort centered on grand hotels for America’s aristocracy to a thriving year-round enclave, the architectural baton passed from one visionary to the next. The result is a distinctive legacy of design, including Beaux Arts symmetry, Mediterranean and Georgian Revival, Moorish flights of fancy, and American bungalow. Fast-forward to the decades following the Roaring ’20s, when many of the town’s historic homes and buildings had been razed or languished in a state of neglect, including such prize properties as Flagler’s private residence, now the Flagler Museum, and Mar-a-Lago, home to cereal heiress and businesswoman Marjorie Merriweather Post, now a private club and residence of President Donald Trump. “Beginning in the 1950s, some of the vast homes that were built in the 1920s were considered white elephants because they were designed for formal entertaining, and families were more interested in smaller homes to accommodate the new technologies developed in the mid-century,” explains Pauline Pitt, chairman of the Preservation Foundation’s board of trustees. The organization was formed in 1980 with the mission of saving Palm Beach’s architectural legacy. Bradley Park is just the latest of the Preservation Foundation’s accomplishments. Past projects include the restoration of the circa-1886 Sea Gull Cottage, the oldest existing residence on the island, as well as the creation of Pan’s Garden adjacent to its headquarters on Peruvian Avenue. A recent acquisition of 45,000 plans and 4,000 photos from the estate of architect John Volk, valued at more than $1 million, has greatly enhanced the foundation’s extensive archives, which are currently being digitized. “From the 1920s to the 1980s, he was one of the most prolific architects,” says executive director Amanda Skier. Pitt, who became friends with the legendary Volk and is a longtime member of the foundation, was approached about taking the helm after Mashek passed away in 2016.

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A philanthropist and treasure trove of knowledge regarding the history of gracious living in Palm Beach, Pitt remembers when people dressed in black tie every night, even if they were dining at home. Her grandfather, Charles Munn, known as “Mr. Palm Beach,” owned a 1920s home he named Amado (Spanish for “beloved”) on North County Road, designed by the architect perhaps most synonymous

with the island: Addison Mizner. “I used to tear up a little when it was time to go home,” Pitt says of childhood visits to the estate. She adds that she views the foundation as both a guardian and an educator. Newcomers to Palm Beach get a sense of the importance of preservation with the highly publicized winners of the Polly Earl and Ballinger awards recognizing historic renovations and through

the foundation’s archives, which will be more readily available once digitized. But a quick tour around the historic main street, Royal Poinciana Way, reveals the domino effect of preservation efforts surrounding Bradley Park. To the south, the Volk-designed Royal Poinciana Plaza has undergone a renaissance with new shops and restaurants. To the east, the Frisbie Group and The Breakers Palm Beach have completed the new Via Flagler by The Breakers, a mixed-use development that includes Mizner-inspired vias and fountains. The former Bradley Park Hotel is scheduled to reopen this year as the White Elephant. The idea of maintaining history as a crucial part of a town’s identity is not lost on longtime residents like Kit Pannill, a foundation member of more than 30 years. “They’re tearing down history all over the country, and I think it’s important to preserve it for future generations,” she says. “Children need to learn that they have a part in conserving the world.” As a member of The Garden Club of Palm Beach as well as the foundation, Pannill has played a dual role in the beautification of Bradley Park and notes that every year the garden club brings a group of schoolchildren to the park to plant a tree and learn about the importance of cultivating nature. Similarly, Hillie Mahoney, who says she’s been a member of the foundation “since forever,” has traveled around the world and noticed the decline in places that don’t value preservation. The Palm Beach resident says she wants to maintain the island’s culture because “everybody realizes it’s paradise.” In addition to preserving historic properties, the foundation is continuing to expand its focus to include land, with the half-acre Pan’s Garden presenting a microcosm of Florida’s native, unspoiled beauty for more than 25 years. Open to the public, the garden showcases hundreds of thriving native species, some endangered, and none touched by pesticides or herbicides, says Skier. On a tour of the garden, she strolls along the pathways connecting areas representing Florida’s upland terrain and wetlands. Small

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signs identify the flora, ranging from the prosaically named red oak and cabbage palm to the more exotic alligator flag, Southern frogfruit, and elephant’s foot. “The garden provides a habitat for pollinators,” Skier says as she indicates a small red caterpillar hidden among the leaves that will transform into the native Atala butterfly. “They have black wings with blue spots and red bellies. They’re just beautiful.” The garden is a somewhat hidden gem that nevertheless attracts a fair amount of attention ranging from Audubon Society groups to local residents looking for ideas on easy-to-maintain native landscaping. A charming statue of Pan, the Greek god of wild nature, guards the main entrance. Behind him is a colorful mosaic wall with tiles from Addison Mizner Industries that originally graced the Casa Apava estate. It’s a popular backdrop for small weddings and other events. As the foundation widens and adapts its reach and influence, Talbott Maxey, who joined the foundation nearly 20 years ago, envisions an even stronger role in preservation. “I’m most proud of the voice we have,” she says. “We have evolved over the years, but we have a voice.” The respect the foundation has earned ensures a place at the table on discussions about any potential threats to the town’s property, including weighing in on global issues such as the rising sea levels encroaching on oceanfront establishments up and down the coast. Pitt lives on the Lake Trail and has noticed a marked difference in the number of higher-than-usual tides, called king tides. Skier says the foundation is also working with the town on a new historic site survey to replace the last one from 2010. Combining preservation and progress is no easy task, but Skier believes Palm Beach can rise to the challenge. “We want to accommodate change, while at the same time not lose Palm Beach’s sense of charm,” she says. “Preservation is about the management of change and seeing progress as another chapter of development within the context of the history of the town. Through public-private partnerships, the foundation is able to fulfill its mission of preserving the incredible beauty of Palm Beach.” « 108 PALM BEACH ILLUSTRATED

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PHILANTHROPY Julie Fisher Cummings and Caroline Cummings Rafferty host an elegant dinner party to celebrate a new charitable endeavor and a long legacy of giving back By Linda Marx Photography by Jerry Rabinowitz

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Left: Attendees sipped on hibiscus iced tea before sitting down to dinner. Opposite page: Rafferty designed the modern tablescape, incorporating new items from her shop, The Grand tour, as well as heirloom pieces from her grandmother, Marjorie Fisher. Below: Cummings (seated) chats with Todd Lazenby, surrounded by guests Paulette Koch, David Brodsky, Ross Meltzer, and Nancy Brinker.

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o illustrate their family mission that life’s purpose is found in serving others, Julie Fisher Cummings and her daughter, Caroline Cummings Rafferty, prioritize helping those in need. With parents and grandparents like the late Palm Beach-Detroit philanthropists Max and Marjorie Fisher, it’s no surprise that both Cummings and Rafferty started their lives devoted to service. “I grew up with philanthropy in my DNA,” says Cummings, co-founder of the Promise Fund of Florida and a leader in many other charitable and educational programs in Florida and around the U.S. “At age 4, we collected for CARE, the global humanitarian founda-

tion. For my sixth birthday, we sent a less fortunate child to camp.” Rafferty, an interior designer and co-owner with Cummings of The Grand Tour boutique in Palm Beach, shares similar memories. “All of my parties were charity-related, including my birthdays, which were canned food drives,” she says. “My grandfather did well and gave half of his income to charity, so I knew I had [the same] responsibility.” The Fishers were a renaissance couple and constant source of inspiration for Cummings and Rafferty. Now the women live each day to fulfill their family dreams of helping the underdog, an endeavor that offers them more

joy and satisfaction than owning a fleet of fancy cars. Max Fisher’s oil business was one of the largest gasoline station chains in the Midwest when he sold it to Aurora Gasoline in 1959. A few years later, upon retiring in 1963, he invested in real estate. During this time, Max became a prominent philanthropic leader, raising more than $100 million for JewishAmerican charities. He was also an eloquent statesman. He worked within the Gerald Ford administration and as an advisor to other presidents, in addition to forging ties between 112 PALM BEACH ILLUSTRATED

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Washington and Israel during crucial moments in history, such as the 1967 Six Day War. Marjorie, who was a woman of great style, wit, kindness, and generosity, once bought an entire wall of underwear at a Michigan outlet store for 500 needy children at holiday time. For years, Marjorie and Max worked together in transformational philanthropy, starting a namesake foundation in 1955 that was endowed following his death in 2005. The $300 million–plus Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation’s mission is to enrich humanity by strengthening and empower

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ing children and families in need. Cummings and Rafferty are on the board of trustees, with Cummings heading early childhood development programs and Rafferty concentrating on the arts and culture. “My grandfather told me to be a leader,” says Rafferty, the wife of Nick Rafferty, who works at Chilton Trust, and mother to two young children. “I had the good fortune to travel the world with both of them, and I think of my grandparents when I make decisions.” When Marjorie died in 2016, Cummings and Rafferty had a treasure trove of amazing

items to review, from gorgeous tableware, decorative pieces, and art, to textiles, books, and jewelry. Marjorie’s taste in home design inspired them to open The Grand Tour in The Royal Poinciana Plaza in 2019. The chic boutique now carries unique tabletop items, textiles, and bespoke fabrics and wallpaper in international styles that were not previously available in Palm Beach. “With inspiration from my grandma and no modern take on design represented in Palm Beach, we opened The Grand Tour, where I mix old and new and high and low like she PALMBEACHILLUSTRATED.COM | FEBRUARY 2020

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Rafferty (left, center) mingled with guests including Laurie Silvers and David Dodson (left), as well as Ellen Levy, Amy Young, and Michael Dennis (below right). Vanja Turanjanin, the family’s personal chef, crafted the evening’s meal, which began with deviled quail eggs as well as grapes wrapped in goat cheese and pistachios.

did,” says Rafferty, who recently added children’s items to the store’s inventory. “I believe a home should tell a story and reflect the owner’s journey in life.” When Cummings and Rafferty invited members of the Promise Fund of Florida to a dinner party in Cummings’ Palm Beach home (which she shares with her husband, Peter Cummings, a developer and philanthropist), their own story of style, decor, and charity came alive. “Promise Fund has a mission to save lives due to late-stage breast and cervical cancers, and is designed for people who have lowincome jobs and can’t navigate the health care system or get to treatments,” explains Cummings, who is also the incoming chair of the Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties, and a member of the boards of the Lord’s Place, the Center for High Impact Philanthropy at University of Pennsylvania, and the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University.

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In Palm Beach County, Promise Fund members are hard at work. They are enlisting patient navigators who are already part of the culture and community to engage in outreach and education, organizing a network of cooperating health care providers, and advocating for legislation at the state and federal levels to provide funding and access to health care for all. They’ve also established a medical advisory board, raised more than $2 million, and made $80,000 grants to both FoundCare, a nonprofit health center, and MorseLife Health System to fund Promise Fund navigator programs. “I am impressed with what they have done in a year,” says Rafferty of the Promise Fund’s efforts. “It’s not easy today with so many organizations, but they are focused on critical issues here in our own community, and they have the ability to make a big impact.” For sure, such a daunting workload could overwhelm many, yet it feels comfortable for Cummings, a woman in perpetual motion. In 1991, she started the Lovelight Foundation in Detroit, which provided financing programs to help impoverished women and

children. Eighteen years later, in a stellar example of intergenerational philanthropy, it was converted to a women and girls’ fund that Rafferty took over to teach her own children about the family legacy of giving. Lovelight is now part of the Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties, and its work is compatible with the Promise Fund, which Cummings co-founded with Nancy Brinker, founder of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, and entrepreneur Laurie Silvers, who co-founded the Sci-Fi Channel, now owned by NBCUniversal and named Syfy. “We saw how poor the statistics in Florida were for nonelderly women, and we know health care is fragmented here, so we wanted

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We are convinced that we can make a difference in the world, and it was so lovely to gather here tonight to celebrate that.”

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Left, from top: The pink-themed meal continued with salmon paired with fennel, orange, and pistachio, and pasta with caviar, beet puree, and micro dill. Opposite page: Artist Nicholas Newcomb created the plates used for dessert, as well as a smaller version guests received as parting gifts in addition to sugar cookies with the Promise Fund logo.

Promise Fund to navigate and direct people for early detection,” says Brinker, known around the world as the leader of the breast cancer movement, the disease that killed her sister, Susan. “We also know patients need help taking care of their kids and getting them to school. This is why our mission of a neighbor-to-neighbor approach is so important. Julie understands this well.” On the evening of her dinner party, Cummings directed the 12 Promise Fund board members and their recent Perfect Pink Party gala chairpersons through her beautifully decorated foyer, living room, and dining space decked out in pink accents. They enjoyed the signature drink of hibiscus iced tea with mint syrup and rose petals (with or without alcohol) and savored passed appetizers of pink deviled quail eggs and goat cheese with grape bites and pistachio prepared by chef Vanja Turanjanin. “In addition to helping others though her holistic approach, Julie is a natural born hostess,” says guest David Brodsky, chairman and president of the Promise Fund’s board. David Dodson, a board member for the Promise Fund as well as FoundCare, agrees, adding that, “Julie is an international women’s

health care advocate with a beautiful home and heart.” Dinner was served atop a 1940s glass and bronze Directoire dining table by Maison Jansen, which belonged to Marjorie. Elowen velvet chairs in teal with brass legs surrounded the eclectic tablescape by Rafferty. For the event, Rafferty donned a pair of her late

grandmother’s earrings and incorporated some of her heirlooms—including plates, a centerpiece sculpture, crystal glasses, and a turtle dinner bell—into the table decor. The display also featured items from The Grand Tour, such as Glaze candlesticks; Cabana Capri silverware, flower salt and pepper shakers, and place card holders; Kim Seybert chargers,

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placemats, and napkin rings; and Jenny dinner plates from 1882. “Our inspiration for the table was the color pink,” says Rafferty. The seasoned interior designer balanced the playful hue with her signature use of bold patterns and textures, mix of time periods, and emphasis on ethically sourced materials. “My grandmother taught me how to set an interesting table with items not expected. She lived a collected life and wanted everything to be an experience. I love entertaining like she did.” Chef Turanjanin created a healthy and delicious dinner that she describes as “a menu related to cancer awareness, all pink.” Guests started with homemade pasta and Caspian Sea Osetra caviar with beet puree and micro dill, followed by Faroe Island salmon à la nage with a shaved fennel, orange, and pistachio salad. They finished with a chocolate meringue tart and raspberry sorbet served on a custom Promise Fund ceramic plate designed by Nicholas Newcomb. Afterward, everyone gathered in the foyer where party favors awaited on the console. Each guest took home a smaller version of the dessert plate, also designed by Newcomb, with a special sugar cookie emblazoned with the Promise Fund logo, a parting reminder of the organization’s mission to continue fighting for those who cannot. “We are convinced that we can make a difference in the world, and it was so lovely to gather here tonight to celebrate that,” says Silvers. “The party was wonderful. Julie puts her heart and soul into everything she does, and together with Caroline’s many talents, we all felt comfortable and welcome.” «

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ROMANCE THIS EQUESTRIAN COUPLE’S BOND IS DESTINED TO GROW STRONGER AS THEY CANTER INTO A NEW CHAPTER By Cathy Chestnut Photography by Chris Joriann | Styling by Joriann Maye-Keegan Shot on location at Turnabout Farm, Wellington

Nick Granat and Taylor McMurtry wed in Palm Beach last month. In the weeks leading up to their nuptials they took part in a romantic photo shoot inspired by the equestrian lifestyle they hold so dear.

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aylor McMurtry and Nick Granat’s careers pull them in many directions and lead them to many locations—but their love is rooted in Palm Beach County. Their affinity for horses and individual professional pursuits brought McMurtry, an award-winning rider and trainer, and Granat, an international competition course designer, together. The part-time Wellington residents were married in early January at the Flagler Museum, an event planned around the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF). Following the elegant nuptials, it was back to the saddle. The newlyweds are currently involved in this year’s WEF, with McMurtry riding and Granat setting the courses for 10 of the festival’s 12 weeks. The date for their union was an optimal opportunity to gather colleagues and family in town while working around the intense schedule. They chose to hold it on a Sunday because, in the horse world, busy weekends mean that riders generally take Monday off. “It’s what our life is centered around,” says Granat, whose mother and stepfather are long-time Palm Beach residents. “All of our friends—everyone’s in the horse business. It’s a little bit like being in the circus: Once you’re in, you’re in.” PALMBEACHILLUSTRATED.COM | FEBRUARY 2020

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McMurtry and Granat were joined by Poppy (left) and Jerry (above). Poppy sported a custom collar by Phairis Luxury, and Jerry was outfitted in florals by Xquisite Events Productions. Opposite page: Café Boulud, located in The Brazilian Court hotel in Palm Beach, crafted an Instagram-worthy charcuterie display and cake for the occasion.

Both McMurtry and Granat began riding horses around age 8. A family trip to a dude ranch inspired her mother, Jennifer McMurtry, to return to her childhood pastime. “She got back into it, and I fell in love with it right away,” McMurtry, 27, recalls. In no time, McMurtry was in the ring with her own pony. “They’re just beautiful animals. They trust you and are dependent on you. They give us what we give them.” The McMurtry family home in the rolling countryside of Barrington Hills, Illinois—a bucolic village northwest of Chicago with a deep equestrian heritage—was ideal for the mother and daughter. Today the duo works side by side as owners and operators of the 60-acre Windridge Farm in the Chicago suburb of Naperville, where they provide boarding, equine management, horsemanship camps, and training for riders ranging from beginners to international-level show jumpers. More recently, 120 PALM BEACH ILLUSTRATED

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“They’re just beautiful animals,” McMurtry says of horses. “They trust you and are dependent on you. They give us what we give them.”

they’ve begun focusing on the investment side, importing young European warmbloods to train and show to establish the horses’ performance records before selling them. “We place them in a home that works for them,” McMurtry explains. In the competition arena, McMurtry advanced at a rapid clip. Her family were Wellington regulars, and she studied online to accommodate her performance schedule. Her success unfolded with world-class training under Olympic medalists such as Chris Kappler, Norman Dello Joio, and Peter Leone. By the time McMurtry was 13, she had competed in her first Grand Prix in Wellington, advancing on to win several Grand Prix classes and place in more than 30 big-dollar Grand Prix events. As a junior rider, she twice competed in the Pfizer Million Dollar Grand Prix in Saugerties, New York, and participated on a National American Young Riders Championship silver medal team. She became the youngest invitee at the time to the $200,000 Gene Mische American Invitational in Tampa and has been a contender in many

World Cup and Fédération Équestre Internationale (FEI) competitions. When she’s not at the farm, McMurtry is on the road, participating in a dozen shows a year and returning to Wellington during the three-month WEF, where they bring 8 to 11 horses. With family and clients in the region, Granat spends more time in Palm Beach County, though his career is travel-intensive. The 38-year-old touts elite credentials as an approved course designer by the North American Riders Group, United States Equestrian Federation, and FEI Level 2. He works some 30 shows a year, stretching coast-to-coast and into Canada, designing courses for the oldest horse show in the nation, Upperville Colt & Horse Show, and Ottawa International, as well as assisting at top events such as the 2017 World Cup and 2018 World Equestrian Games. “I get to see every part of the country,” he says. “The horse world is so small, so you always see someone you know. It’s not like going to a foreign place.” In addition, he sets the training courses at the private facilities of top international

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Turnabout Farm in Wellington provided the perfect backdrop to McMurtry and Granat’s engagement shoot. Calligraphy and glass etching by Carla Hagan brought refinement to even the smallest details.

riders, with clients such as McLain Ward, Kent Farrington, Darragh Kenny, and Double H Farm. “We both travel a lot but when we’re at home we share the horses together,” McMurtry says of her relationship with Granat. “We both understand that lifestyle. It’s always hard doing longdistance, but it’s something we’ve grown up with over the years.” Like his new bride, Granat’s mother had also ridden horses as a child and enjoyed watching equestrian sports. He began at the venerable Flintridge Riding Club in Southern California before his family’s cross-country move to the St. James hamlet of Long Island, New York, and was showing by age 10.

When he was 13, the world of equestrian possibilities cracked wide-open at Lionshare Farm in Greenwich, Connecticut, where he became immersed in the stables of Olympic equestrian Peter Leone. Working with Leone “introduced me to it as an international sport,” he says, and spurred his “passion for becoming a student of the sport.” The beauty of working with horses, he says, “is learning what makes each horse tick, and how to meet the horse in the middle in a lot of ways. It’s to try to find the key that unlocks the door with each horse.” He went on to manage stables and ride horses for other talented luminaries, including Wellington icon Margie Engle, jumping great Leslie Burr-Howard, and

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international rider Georgina Bloomberg. While Granat was in his 20s, the Olympic gold medalist and legendary course designer Conrad Homfeld invited him to assist with the 2007 Hampton Classic. First-hand experience inspired Granat to study course design under Arno Gego and Olaf Petersen Sr. at the Aachen School of Course Design in Germany. Granat eventually settled back in with Leone, through whom he met McMurtry. They began dating in 2012, not long before she departed for a five-month training immersion in Belgium with Olympic jumper Axel Verlooy, training pony riders and learning insider secrets. “I worked hard but I learned a ton,” she says. “I got an invaluable amount of information and made a lot of connections.”

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Upon her return, they resumed their relationship—and things really began to gel. Granat launched his business in 2014, while McMurtry and her mother opened Windridge Farm the following year. Designing marries Granat’s intimate understanding of equines and the sport with his desire to stay out of the limelight. When his wife’s away, he rides and tends to her horses—an added bonus in their special partnership. As a whole, they find this symbiosis beneficial professionally and personally. McMurtry is “at her best in the show ring,” says Granat. “I am good behind-the-scenes. It’s a good team for performance horses. The goal is to always get better at what we’re doing—better training, better shows. We’re going to keep doing what we’re doing because it works.” «

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SWEET Peaks While exploring the famous Tsukiji fish market in Japan, restaurant developers Lee Goldberg and Taylor Levy stumbled upon an unexpected treat: kakigoō¯ ri, or “shaved ice.” During the summer in Japan, foodies line up for a refreshing taste of the finely shaved ice crystals— delicate as a flower petal and fluffy in texture—piled high and flavored with syrups and other toppings. One of the country’s best-kept secrets, this delicacy originated in the tenth century when ice caves were discovered in Mount Fuji. Since ice was a luxury at the time, only royalty enjoyed kakigoō¯ ri until refrigeration became commonplace. Determined to introduce local diners to this and other Asian staples,

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Goldberg and Levy launched Kasai & Koori, which translates to “fire and ice.” The dessert bar’s kakigoō¯ ri selections range from authentic renditions (like the matcha and azuki bean Sleeping Dragon) to familiar interpretations (such as the strawberry cheesecake–like Red Fox). Each variation utilizes fresh juices, fruits, herbs, and house-made sauces to create a treat that delivers an avalanche of flavor without weighing you down—in fact, most kakigoō¯ ri is vegan. Kasai & Koori also offers bite-size mochi, Taiwanese ribbon ice, and alcohol-spiked ice desserts, as well as fish-shaped taiyaki, available as a savory sandwich, pastry, or ice cream–filled waffle cone. Boynton Beach, Delray Beach (kasaiandkoori.com) –Liz Petoniak

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History of Palm Beach in 4 Plates FROM THE DAYS OF THE KENNEDYS, SINATRA, AND THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF WINDSOR, PALM BEACH’S GLAMOROUS HISTORY HAS BEEN REFLECTED IN DISHES SERVED IN THE TOWN’S TOP RESTAURANTS. SOME OF THOSE ESTABLISHMENTS ARE FORTUNATELY STILL WITH US, AND THEIR MENUS PROVIDE CLUES ABOUT WHAT LIFE WAS LIKE IN THE GLITTERING PAST. —MARK SPIVAK

KEY LIME PIE FLAMBÉ, CPB AT THE COLONY HOTEL “Key lime pie has always been on our menu,” says pastry chef Emma Isakoff. “I wanted to put a modern take on it and also give it a winter flavor profile.” To accomplish this, she begins with a layer of cinnamon- and ginger-flavored blackberry puree. Traditional key lime filling is placed on top, along with a spiced financier, or almond cake. A Swiss meringue, which Isakoff caramelizes with a blowtorch, signals the grand finale. The finished product is a Florida staple à la Jackson Pollock. (thecolonypalmbeach.com) CHICKEN CURRY, THE LEOPARD LOUNGE Nestled in the Britishbred Chesterfield Hotel, The Leopard Lounge alludes to Gilded Age glamour and Colonial spirit. The chicken curry has survived for nearly half a century and is available at each of the Red Carnation hotels. According to founder and president Beatrice Tollman, the dish began as a staff meal at their restaurant in Johannesburg until the Indian maître d’hôtel taught her how to make it. Executive chef Gerard Coughlin pairs it with jasmine rice, poppadoms, and mango chutney, and declares it to be a popular item that guests request as soon as they arrive in Palm Beach. (chesterfieldpb.com)

MOVABLE FEAST HEAD TO THE ADDISON IN BOCA RATON ON FEBRUARY 6 FOR ONE OF SOUTH COUNTY’S BEST FOOD AND DRINK EVENTS, FLAVORS 2020. ATTENDEES WILL SAMPLE WINE AND BITES FROM MORE THAN 30 LOCAL RESTAURANTS INCLUDING KAPOW

NOODLE BAR, HARVEST SEASONAL GRILL, RAMEN LAB EATERY, AND LOCH BAR, ALL WHILE SUPPORTING THE JUNIOR LEAGUE OF BOCA RATON, A WOMEN’S ORGANIZATION FOCUSED ON IMPROVING COMMUNITIES THROUGH VOLUNTEERING FOR CHILDREN’S AND WOMEN’S CAUSES. (JLBR. ORG/FLAVORS-OF-BOCA-TICKETS) —L.P.

WIENER SCHNITZEL, CAFÉ L’EUROPE When the late Norbert Goldner and his wife, Lidia, opened their café in 1980, it was an age of excess. Champagne corks were flying, and aristocrats and celebrities lined up out the door. Certain parts of the menu, however, paid homage to Goldner’s early restaurant training in Berlin. Café L’Europe continues to put fresh flowers on every table and play piano music every night, and customers can still order a classic Wiener schnitzel: lightly pounded cutlets of veal breaded and sautéed, served with spaetzle, red cabbage, and spinach. (cafeleurope.com)

MAHOGANY ROTISSERIE DUCK, TA-BOO A Palm Beach institution since 1941, Ta-boo early on focused on French classics such as frogs’ legs Provençal and filet of sole Véronique. While tastes have evolved, the mahogany rotisserie duck provides a link to an era when Sinatra was a regular. “Everything is cyclical, and food comes back as well as fashion,” says co-owner Franklyn Demarco. “The dish is delicious and also ties into the culinary traditions of Ta-Boo.” His partner, Nancy Sharigan, tinkered with the recipe until she got the orange blossom and honeyginger sauce, succulent duck, and accompanying cinnamon carrots just right. (taboorestaurant.com)

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ECHO 2.0

Clockwise from left: Echo’s sesame chicken; the redesigned dining room; sushi with signature cocktails and wine.

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When food, beverages, and service are as good as they can possibly be, how do you make a great restaurant even better? Echo, The Breakers’ panAsian dining destination in Palm Beach, has reopened with a dramatic new design to commemorate its twentieth anniversary. The overall effect reads warm and welcoming, yet simultaneously sleek and modern. Natural wood paneling and textured wall treatments accent a color scheme of crimson, black, and gold. The lipstick-red bar in the Dragonfly Lounge lends an exotic edge to cocktail hour, and the front terrace and cozy back garden are now protected from the sudden downpours of Florida’s rainy season. Best of all, guests can still enjoy the authentic mix of cuisines from China, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, and Korea, accompanied by creative craft cocktails and selections from The Breakers’ awardwinning wine list. (thebreakers.com/dining/echo) –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

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

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AMERICAN 11 MAPLE STREET The daily menu fuses organic produce, seafood, and free-range game into inventive fare. 3224 N.E. Maple Ave., Jensen Beach (elevenmaple.com) $$$ ANGLE The Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa’s signature restaurant features contemporary American cuisine made with locally sourced and sustainable ingredients. 100 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan (anglerestaurant.com) $$$ BURGER BAR The sleek, fun atmosphere inside and out regularly draws a large crowd for gourmet specialty burgers. 4650 Donald Ross Road, Suite 100, Palm Beach Gardens (burgerbar.com) $$ BURT AND MAX’S This beloved establishment specializes in made-from-scratch plates spread across lunch, brunch, and dinner menus. 9089 W. Atlantic Ave., Suite 100, Delray Beach (burtandmaxs.com) $$ CAFÉ CHARDONNAY Chef-owner Frank Eucalitto has augmented the menu with influences from Latin America and Asia. 4533 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens (cafechardonnay.com) $$$ CITY CELLAR WINE BAR & GRILL A fixture of the Rosemary Square dining scene, City Cellar offers hearth-baked pizza, dry-aged steaks, fresh pasta, and seafood. 700 S. Rosemary Ave., West Palm Beach (citycellarwpb.com) $$ CROSBY KITCHEN & BAR This stylish new American bistro offers a Manhattan-meets-Palm Beach vibe, classic cocktails, and tasty small bites. 1406 S. Cypress Drive, Jupiter (crosbykithenandbar.com) $$

ENTRE NOUS BISTRO Chef Jason Laudenslager fuses home-style cooking with gourmet fare, offering consistency in this neighborhood eatery. 123 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach (entrenousbistro.com) $$$ FARMER’S TABLE Committed to clean eating, this farm-to-table establishment sources sustainable ingredients. 951 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; 1901 N. Military Trail, Boca Raton (farmerstableboca.com) $$ GREASE BURGER BAR Of the gourmet burgers on the menu, we of course recommend The PB Illustrated “A-List” burger, topped with mozzarella, tomatoes, radicchio, pesto, and a balsamic glaze. 213 Clematis St., West Palm Beach (greasewpb.com) $ THE HONOR BAR The neighbor to Palm Beach Grill features a small but mighty menu of appetizers, sandwiches, and salads. 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach (honorbar.com) $$ HOWLEY’S This circa-1950 diner serves tried-andtrue classics, including a rotating TV Dinner special, in nostalgic surrounds. 4700 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (sub-culture.org/howleys) $ RESTAURANT AT THE NORTON Art enthusiasts come for the fresh exhibition spaces, but they stay for the food. Beautifully plated dishes draw museum-goers in to the intersection of visual and culinary art. 1450 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (norton.org) $$$ THE TIDES Chef Leanne Kelleher’s “Treasure Coast cuisine” highlights Florida dishes enhanced by flavors from Latin America, the Caribbean, and the Deep South. 3103 Cardinal Drive, Vero Beach (tidesofvero.com) $$$ PALMBEACHILLUSTRATED.COM | FEBRUARY 2020

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TODD’S Founded by celebrity chef Todd English, Todd’s offers a sexy Miami-meets-Palm Beach atmosphere. 2119 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (emkopb.com) $$$ TROPHY ROOM Elevated classics, such as Wagyu short ribs pair with trendy cocktails for that celebratory toast in sophisticated yet cozy surrounds. 12300 S. Shore Blvd., Wellington (trophyroomrestaurant.com) $$$

ASIAN BEG FOR MORE IZAKAYA This tiny eatery introduces the concept of izakaya, a casual Japanese pub where tapas-style snacks are served to accompany sake. 19 S.E. 5th Ave., Delray Beach (begformoreizakaya.com) $$ HAI HOUSE Located in the Esplanade, Hai House offers modern and elevated Chinese-American cuisine, cocktails, and dim sum. 150 Worth Ave. #234, Palm Beach (haihousepb.com) $$ JOY NOODLES AND ASIAN CUISINE Order the fresh ramen at this vegetarian-friendly hidden gem. 2200 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (joynoodles.net) $$

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Palm Beach Gardens continues to gain culinary clout with the opening of Scusi Trattoria, a concept from chef Laurent Tourondel, known for his BLT restaurants and addictive Gruyère popovers. Located inside the former Vic & Angelo’s space in PGA Commons, Scusi’s coastal interior—marked by a whitewashed palette dotted with blues and citrus hues—transports diners to a sun-drenched café in Capri. The menu, inspired by the Sunday suppers the French restaurateur used to share with his Italian grandmother, forwards the oceanfront vibe. Think lighter plates that evoke images of the Mediterranean seaside, such as a bright zucchini salad with almonds or octopus ’nduja with a spicy aioli. A wood-burning oven imparts a subtle smokiness to dishes like branzino al limone, fileted over spinach and mushrooms, and charred cauliflower dusted with pecorino. “The idea was to create something simple where people could come to eat two or three times a week,” says Tourondel, who found the location thanks to a partner who lives in Jupiter. House-made pasta and the Neapolitan pizza, made in an oven imported from Italy, will keep

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Mafaldine alle vongole (above) with clams and octopus ‘nduja with smashed potatoes and capers round out the Mediterranean Sea–inspired menu at Scusi Trattoria.

guests coming back. We recommend the speck pizza with four types of cheese, smoked prosciutto, and caraway seeds, or the mushroom and truffle ’za—and be sure to dip every last bite of the crust in chili oil. Tourondel worked hard to perfect the dough, and it shows. For dessert, embody la dolce vita by finishing with homemade gelato and sorbet in flavors such as lemon ricotta and pistachio orange marmalade. (scusirestaurants.com) –L.P.

KAPOW! NOODLE BAR This fusion restaurant provides late-night comfort food with French-Vietnamese flair and an impressive list of designer cocktails and craft beers. 519 Clematis St., West Palm Beach; 431 Plaza Real, Boca Raton (kapownoodlebar.com) $$ TALAY THAI CUISINE Chef Charlie Soo blends power and delicacy to create beautifully traditional Thai and Japanese dishes. 7100 Fairway Drive, Palm Beach Gardens, in the LA Fitness Center (thaipalm beachgardens.com) $$

FRENCH BISTRO CHEZ JEAN-PIERRE The late Jean-Pierre Leverrier’s restaurant is the quintessential family affair, featuring updated versions of French bistro classics, a stellar wine list, and warm service. Demand is intense, so book two or three weeks ahead in season. 132 N. County Road, Palm Beach (chezjean-pierre.com) $$$ PARIS IN TOWN, LE CAFÉ This casual outpost is a trip to Paris, offering pastries, crepes, and more from French

speakers in an authentic setting. 11460 U.S. Hwy. 1 at PGA Blvd., North Palm Beach (parisintown.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 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) $$ TANJORE Signature dishes like Pastooni Lobster Masala will have diners totally rethinking Indian food at this modern and elegant resto from Bombay native Christopher Corda. 500 Via De Palmas, Boca Raton (tanjoreusa.com) $$

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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) $$ ROCCO’S TACOS AND TEQUILA BAR Every day is Cinco de Mayo at Rocco Mangel’s high-energy eatery. 224 Clematis St., West Palm Beach; 5090 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; 110 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach; 5250 Town Center Circle, Boca Raton (roccostacos.com) $$

SEAFOOD 3800 OCEAN Chef James King takes guests on a culinary journey through Florida’s local bounty at this seafood-centric restaurant in the Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort. 3800 N. Ocean Drive, Riviera Beach (marriott.com) $$$ BOCA LANDING One of Boca Raton’s only waterfront restaurants, Boca Landing inside the Waterstone Resort & Marina boasts rare, glittering views of the Boca Inlet. 999 E. Camino Real, Boca Raton (bocalanding.com) $$$ 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) $$$

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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) $$$ CAFFE LUNA ROSA Luna Rosa turns out consistent versions of classic Northern Italian dishes. 34 S. Ocean Blvd., Delray Beach (caffelunarosa.com) $$ HULLABALOO One of Rodney Mayo’s concepts, Hullabaloo is an Italian gastropub with creative cuisine and an even more unique cocktail menu. 517 Clematis St., West Palm Beach (sub-culture.org/hullabaloo) $$ IL BELLAGIO The food is stellar and so is the setting, as the restaurant sits in the center of Rosemary Square. 600 S. Rosemary Ave., Suite 170, West Palm Beach (ilbellagiocityplace.com) $$ JOSEPHINE’S ITALIAN RESTAURANT Family-owned and operated, Josephine’s creates Italian cuisine in a casual atmosphere. The dessert menu is the star of the show. 5751 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton (josephines ofboca.com) $$$ LA MASSERIA The South Florida location of this popular Manhattan restaurant boasts an impressive wine list and serves authentic, uncomplicated Southern

Italian plates made from the freshest ingredients. 5520 PGA Blvd. Suite 104, Palm Beach Gardens (lamasseriapbg.com) $$$ LOUIE BOSSI’S This beloved addition to the Boca dining scene specializes in sharable Italian favorites, like homemade pasta and divine charcuterie. 100 E. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton (louiebossi.com) $$ PREZZO The second iteration of Burt Rapoport’s popular Italian joint features old favorites like wood-oven pizza alongside new, modern dishes and craft cocktails. 5560 N. Military Trail, Boca Raton (prezzoboca.com) $$$ RENATO’S Renato’s produces first-rate Italian and continental fare. Dine on the patio and experience one of the most romantic settings Palm Beach has to offer. 87 Via Mizner, Palm Beach (renatospalmbeach.com) $$$ 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) $$$

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Delray Beach boasts numerous restaurants, cocktail and wine bars, and vino shops. Now, for the first time, The Wine Room on Atlantic Avenue combines all of those elements under one roof. The wine bar section of the 8,000-square-foot facility is groundbreaking: 26 Enomatic machines contain 208 wines available in 1-, 2.5-, and 5-ounce pours. Visitors purchase cards and roam freely through the space to explore offerings. For those seeking something more exotic, the Rare Room stocks 2,000 hard-to-find bottles. The concept, which started in Winter Park, provides something for all tastes, says general manager John Bates. “You can come in during happy hour and have a beautiful glass of wine at half price, or you can order a bottle of Romanée-Conti from the Rare Room.” Avenue regulars will remember Bates from 32 East, as well as former head bartender John Fitzpatrick, who heads The Wine Room’s mixology program and puts together dinners with distillers such as The Dalmore. Blair Wilson, former executive chef at Max’s Harvest, joins them in the kitchen. His eclectic menu begins with appetizers such as crudo, octopus fra diavolo, and duck ravioli with caramelized onions and Époisses de Bourgogne. Entrees range from a selection of local market fish to a Kuro Wagyu striploin. Platters of cheese and charcuterie are curated in a separate fromage cave supervised by Max McCalman, an internationally known cheese expert and James Beard Award nominee. Should you fall in love with something you sample, the adjacent retail store carries 400 labels, along with cheeses and charcuterie to go. (thewineroomonline.com) —M.S.

COD AND CAPERS SEAFOOD MARKET AND CAFÉ 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) $$ DIVE BAR RESTAURANT Dine on the water at the Jupiter Yacht Club Marina along the Jupiter Riverwalk or sit at the open-air bar surrounding a large saltwater aquarium. 318 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter (divebarrestuarant.com) $$ PB CATCH This contemporary seafood restaurant is the brainchild of Pistache’s Reid Boren and Thierry Beaud, who were craving fresh fish caught locally. 251 Sunrise Ave., Palm Beach (pbcatch.com) $$ RACKS FISH HOUSE + OYSTER BAR Enjoy steam kettles, Prohibition-style cocktails, and a Grand Central–inspired oyster bar in a New England setting. 5 S.E. 2nd Ave., Delray Beach (racksdelray.com) $$$ THE SEAFOOD BAR AT THE BREAKERS The Seafood Bar offers stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean, along with the freshest fish and shellfish from the four corners of the United States. The result is a panorama of global seafood dishes with innovative twists. 1 S. County Road, Palm Beach (thebreakers.com) $$$

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SEAWAY Fresh ocean ingredients and Latin flavors commingle at this oceanfront eatery at the Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach. 2800 S. Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach (fourseasons.com/palmbeach) $$ SINCLAIRS OCEAN GRILL The sleek decor matches the mouthwatering menu at Jupiter’s only upscale beachfront dining location. 5 N. A1A, Jupiter, in the Jupiter Beach Resort (sinclairsoceangrill.com) $$$ SQUARE GROUPER TIKI BAR Tropical drinks, American-style bar bites, and live music can be found at this lively spot with locations on the Jupiter and Fort Pierce Inlets. Crowd favorites include the smoked fish dip and mahi-mahi sandwich. 1111 Love St., Jupiter; 1920 Seaway Drive, Fort Pierce (squaregrouper.net) $$ THE STATION HOUSE While the clam chowder, Ipswich steamers, and fish dishes are noteworthy, the specialty is perfectly prepared Maine lobster. 233 W. Lantana Road, Lantana (thestationhouse.com) $$ 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) $$

SMALL PLATES HMF The Breakers’ glamorous cocktail lounge is a fashionable mix of modern and classic—both in atmosphere and cuisine. Asian influences are scattered across the delectable menu, including a full sushi bar. 1 S. County Road, Palm Beach (hmfpalmbeach.com) $$ TOO BIZAARE WINE BAR This eclectic restaurant offers an array of tapas options, with a heavy focus on sushi. 107 Dockside Circle, Jupiter (561-203-2510) $$

STEAK HOUSE THE CAPITAL GRILLE This successful chain offers classic steak house fare, complemented by a remarkably well-trained staff. A stellar wine portfolio completes the picture. 11365 Legacy Ave., Palm Beach Gardens; 6000 W. Glades Road, Boca Raton (thecapitalgrille.com) $$$ FIFTH AVENUE GRILL Using only the finest aged beef from Allen Brothers, Fifth Avenue presents succulent offerings in a classy setting. 821 S.E. 5th Ave, Delray Beach (myfifthavegrill.com) $$ FLAGLER STEAKHOUSE Operated by The Breakers, this steak house offers hand-selected cuts of American beef in country club environs. 2 S. County Road, Palm Beach (flaglersteakhousepalmbeach.com) $$$ HOUSTON’S Focusing on American classics, this Hillstone steak house prepares its flawless dishes from scratch. 1900 NW. Executive Center Circle, Boca Raton (houstons.com) $$$ MEAT MARKET The Palm Beach outpost of the famed Miami Beach steak house offers a dynamic food and cocktail menu and a sexy ambiance. 191 Bradley Place, Palm Beach (meatmarket.net) $$$

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MIAMI Exchange The Miami-Palm Beach culinary connection stands to grow even stronger this season. Following a splashy debut last year, the South Beach Wine & Food Festival will return to the Palm Beaches. This time, two of the area’s biggest culinary powerhouses will each mount a dinner to satisfy area foodies. On February 21, Mauro Colagreco, the chef at the helm of the three-Michelin-starred Mirazur, named the 2019 Best Restaurant in the World, will host a feast at Florie’s inside the Four Seasons. On February 20, chef Clay Conley, domestic queen Martha Stewart, and chef Katie Button of Cúrate in Asheville, North Carolina, will join forces for a gathering at Buccan in Palm Beach. Stewart, who counts Buccan among her favorite restaurants in Palm Beach County, will soon have another South Florida Conley establishment to visit. The James Beard Award– nominated chef, who runs Buccan as well as neighboring Imoto and Grato in West Palm Beach, recently announced that he will open a new eatery, Chateau Miami, inside the historic, circa-1931 Château Petit Douy in Brickell. “South Florida itself is getting smaller,” Conley says. “We have a lot of guests who come up from Miami to Buccan, and I’m looking forward to having our guests in Palm Beach try the restaurant in Miami. [The food scene] is merging together a bit.” Set to open in early 2020, the restaurant will feature interiors by Ken Fulk and cocktails by Death & Co. The menu will resemble Buccan’s, with a focus on global new American, raw seafood, handmade pastas, and dishes cooked in a wood-burning grill. (sobewff.org) —L.P.

NYY STEAK Located in Seminole Casino Coconut Creek, NYY Steak presents five-star seafood and steak in an atmosphere that honors one of baseball’s finest teams, the New York Yankees. 5550 NW 40th St., Coconut Creek (nyysteak.com) $$$ PALM BEACH GRILL Emphasizing freshness and consistency, the Palm Beach outpost of Houston’s offers beloved items we have come to expect: ribs, grilled steaks, and cedar-planked salmon. Wine is taken as seriously as the food, and the list offers the best of the New World’s smaller wineries. 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach (palmbeachgrill.com) $$$ RUTH’S CHRIS STEAK HOUSE Ruth’s Chris is a classic American dining experience, featuring large por-

tions of 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) $$$ SALT 7 Steak is the top draw at this late-night favorite, but make sure to savor the truffle mac and cheese as well as sashimi, specialty sushi rolls, and raw bar bites. 32 S.E. 2nd Ave., Delray Beach (salt7.com) $$$ STONEWOOD GRILL AND TAVERN At once casual and classy, Stonewood presents a savory menu in an intimate setting. Start with the bruschetta and end with the chocolate bread pudding. 10120 Forest Hill Blvd., Wellington (stonewoodgrill.com) $$

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NORTH by Northwest Undiscovered quality and value prevail in WASHINGTON state’s wine oasis By Mark Spivak

Above: Leonetti Cellar has been a pioneer in the Walla Walla wine scene since opening in 1977. Below: Located in the Columbia Valley, DeLille Cellars is renowned for its Bordeaux- and Rhône-style wines.

California may receive the most attention among American wine drinkers, but savvy oenophiles know that Washington state is one of the most compelling wine regions in the world. Although vines were planted in Washington as early as 1925, the area didn’t blossom until the second half of the twentieth century. The state’s oldest winery, Chateau Ste. Michelle, was founded in 1954. Then, in the late 1970s, Columbia Winery, under the direction of David Lake, planted the first Cabernet Franc, Pinot Gris, and Syrah. Today the state ranks second to California in production, and its 1,000-plus wineries are mostly concentrated in Walla Walla and the Columbia and Yakima valleys. Here, we highlight a few standouts. Quilceda Creek: The nephew of legendary California winemaker André Tchelistcheff, Alex Golitzin spent his summers visiting his uncle in

St. Helena, garnering an early education in all things viticulture. In 1978, he and his wife, Jeannette, founded Quilceda Creek in the Columbia Valley, and it’s now one of the country’s top Cabernet Sauvignon producers. Robert Parker has bestowed perfect scores to its 2002, 2003, 2005, and 2007 vintages, and many of Quilceda Creek’s bottles retail for around $200. DeLille Cellars: This Columbia Valley gem was established in Woodinville in 1992 with David Lake as the consulting enologist. It specializes in a portfolio of Bordeaux- and Rhônestyle blends that have won widespread critical acclaim. Current releases of note include 2018 Chaleur Blanc (a 71-percent Sauvignon Blanc and 29-percent Sémillon blend, $37), 2016 Four Flags Cabernet Sauvignon ($63), and 2016 D2 (a mix of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, and Merlot, $45). Leonetti Cellar: Gary and Nancy Figgins founded Walla Walla’s first winery on a oneacre plot of Cabernet Sauvignon and Riesling

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in 1977. The winery has expanded since then, but the entire production is sold through a mailing list, and there’s a wait to get on it. After-market prices for current vintages include 2017 Merlot ($95), 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon ($125), and 2016 Reserve ($180). Woodward Canyon: The founding of Woodward Canyon in 1981 and the launch of L’Ecole No. 41 two years later also helped cement the reputation of the Walla Walla appellation, which was granted AVA status in 1984. The winery produces estate Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, as well as red blends including Charbonneau (an homage to the Médoc), Old Vines Cabernet, and Artist Series Cabernet, priced from $30-$75. Long Shadows: In 2003, Allen Shoup had a radical idea: recruit some of the world’s best winemakers, give them access to the state’s best grapes, and produce seven ultra-premium

Columbia Valley wines. The superstars include Randy Dunn, Michel Rolland, and Philippe Melka; the wines span a range from Pirouette, Melka’s Bordeaux blend (2016, $65), to Poet’s Leap Riesling (2017, $20), crafted by Germany’s Armin Diel from the celebrated Schlossgut Diel in the lower Nahe. Two wines from Chateau Ste. Michelle are also worth seeking out: Northstar, world-class Merlot, Cabernet, and red blends made by David

Merfeld, and Col Solare, a joint venture with the Antinori family of Tuscany, showcasing Cabernet from the Red Mountain appellation. Looking for some bottles to put in the fridge and drink on a daily basis? Check out the wines from bad boy Charles Smith, a former rock band manager turned winemaker. Kung Fu Girl Riesling, Velvet Devil Merlot, and Boom Boom! Syrah are all under $20 and excel in their own way. «

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bronze, white oak, and marble—and to lay out spaces to suit the client’s lifestyle.” Since the owners did not want any “wasted” rooms or a formal dining room, the dining area sits at one end of the kitchen, which Pokorney fashioned to feel less kitchen-like with custom cabinetry. “The space juxtaposes a classically inspired finish materials palette with more playful, colorful, and contemporary furnishings that really mirror the client’s personalities and tastes.” These factors allow the artwork to act as an exclamation point, contrasting with the property’s serene views. “Every room has a fun element and celebrates a unique view, whether it is the ocean or the inner courtyard garden space.” Vero Beach (theassociatesstudio.com)

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CULTURAL EXCHANGE Evoke the colorful language of Moroccan weave work with the dynamic print of Eastern Accents’ Delilah Kilim decorative pillow ($372). Brown’s Interior Design, Boca Raton (interiorsby brown.com)

DESTINATION DINING DesignerJodi Dascal of Dascal Designs carefully balanced two moods to create a dining area that makes a perfect first impression. “The inspiration for this dining room was Morocco meets Restoration Hardware,” says Dascal. “Moroccan design is so special but can overwhelm a space if it’s not mixed with more subtle pieces. Mixing in more classic, clean-lined furniture lets the Moroccan lights be the star. To fit the scale of the room, I had the table and console handmade. The console was inspired by shabby chic and the table by Restoration Hardware. The chairs are from Wayfair, the rug is from esalerugs.com, and the lights are from Zenza Home.” Delray Beach (dascaldesigns.com)

SINKING IN In a gorgeous trifecta of Moorish design, these three sink components by Kohler, the Marrakesh Camber basin ($1,959), vanity top ($2,915), and Bol ceramic faucet ($1,567), make a strong powder room statement. Wool Kitchen & Bath, West Palm Beach (woolkb.com)

HOW BAZAAR Inspired by the ornate lamps found in Moroccan bazaars, Arhaus’ Marrakesh pendants ($99-$149) feature intricate metalwork and a golden interior finish that creates a warm glow when illuminated. Arhaus, Palm Beach Gardens (arhaus.com)

COFFEE TALK Handcrafted using the centuries-old technique of inlaid bone, this Targua Moroccan coffee table ($1,298) from Anthropologie enchants any pedestrian space with a wanderlust vibe. (anthropologie.com) HIGH CONTRAST Serve up haute hors d’oeuvres with the dramatic scrollwork and monochromatic color palette of Caskata’s Casablanca canapé plates ($65 for set of four). Loggia Home & Garden, Vero Beach (loggiahomeand garden.com)

SOUK SEAT Moroccan artisans stitch individual pieces of fabric together and then meticulously embroider them by hand to fashion this shapely pouf ($428) by Serena & Lily. Serena & Lily, Palm Beach (serenaandlily.com)

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Lindsay Scherr Burgess is PAINTING THE TOWN GREEN with her spectacular moss walls After falling in love with the look and feel of living green walls, Lindsay Scherr Burgess and her husband, Jon, set out to the craft store to make their own. Shortly after, she launched Green Wallscapes to share her biophilic interpretations with clients seeking an element of green in their homes or commercial spaces, and has since installed pieces in more than 20 states and Canada. Here, the “Moss Boss” shares a glimpse into the verdant world of preserved plant creations. West Palm Beach (greenwallscapes.com)

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every piece becomes a one-of-akind botanical expression of the owner’s vision. What is the upkeep like? Preserved moss art is a very lowmaintenance alternative to living plants. It may need a mist a few times annually if the humidity drops, but otherwise it looks the same without special lighting or watering requirements. After a few years, some of the moss or ferns may need a little refresh. Florida is the perfect environment for this plant art because of the humidity. Are the creations always green or in natural colors? No, we have access to the entire rainbow and even invent colors when necessary. We are always innovating and adding new natural materials frequently. Even though they are more delicate, we can also do preserved flowers, but they will need to be replaced more often than other materials. As we like to say, the “moss-abilities” are endless.

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PBI: Why are people drawn to green wall creations? Scherr Burgess: Why do we love forests? Mountains? The beach? If you get philosophical about it, nature is inherently indescribably beautiful—a return to our origins and the creator. Our plant art is a reminder of that. What are the most popular residential installations? Our plant paintings. We offer a variety, from mixed mosses that look like a rolling countryside from 10,000 feet in the air to our Amazonia collection, which includes other preserved foliage, ferns, branches, and faux succulents arranged by hand. Our clients use them as frames around TVs or inset into wood-paneled walls. We also do a ton of motivational quotes. Our most outrageous residential application was the moss staircase for the Kips Bay Decorator Show House last year in collaboration with The Lee W. Robinson Company. How does the process work? A client calls us with either something they’ve seen online, in person, or just the dimensions of a wall they want covered. We consult with them about the space, the type of moss and other plants, and if any framing is required. Some want more whimsical or more muted; others want bright colors interspersed. We love that

Lindsay Scherr Burgess of Green Wallscapes creates living installations for both residential and commercial clients. One of her favorite projects was covering a curving staircase in the 2019 Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach (left).

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THE THE COMPLETE COMPLETE PACKAGE—many PACKAGE—many claim claim it, it, but but few few have have the the professional professional and and personal experience to back it up. Having spent over a decade working and living personal experience to back it up. Having spent over a decade working and living with with her her family family in in the the Palm Palm Beaches, Beaches, Andrea Andrea Roth Roth is is one one of of the the few. few.

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Leaving her career Chicago, moved to Leaving her corporate corporate careeratin in Waterfront Chicago, Andrea Andrea movedand to South South Florida and began working Properties Club Florida and began working at Waterfront Properties and Florida and began working Waterfront Properties and Club Club Communities in 2010...It wasatclear, even then, that success was Communities Communities in 2010...It 2010...It was was clear, clear, even even then, then, that that success success was was in her future. in in in her her future. future. “I always knew Andrea was going to do well,” said owner of “I Andrea was going to said owner “I always always knew knew Andreaand wasClub goingCommunities, to do do well,” well,” Rob said Thomson. owner of of Waterfront Properties Waterfront Properties and Club Communities, Rob Thomson. Waterfront Properties Clubbeginning.” Communities, Robasked Thomson. “Sellers loved her from and the very When why? “Sellers her the beginning.” When why? “Sellers loved her from from the very verysaid, beginning.” When asked why? “Becauseloved she listens,” Thomson “She listens, she asked works hard, “Because she listens,” Thomson said, “She listens, she works hard, “Because she listens,” said, “She listens, she works hard, and she’s great at whatThomson she does.” and and she’s she’s great great at at what what she she does.” does.” Having sold over $52 million since 2018, she is consistently ranked Having over million since 2018, she is Having sold sold over $52 $52 million since 2018,has shenot is consistently consistently ranked number 1 in sales in her market. Andrea only earnedranked a topnumber 1 in sales in her market. Andrea has not topnumber 1 infellow sales in her market. Andrea not only only earned topspot with Realtors but, even herhas friends andearned familyaahave spot with fellow Realtors but, even her friends and family have spot with fellow Realtors evenQueen.’ her friends and family have lovingly nicknamed her thebut, ‘Condo lovingly lovingly nicknamed nicknamed her her the the ‘Condo ‘Condo Queen.’ Queen.’

Marketing Expertise Marketing Expertise Specializing in waterfront condos,

Andrea Roth works mainly Specializing in waterfront waterfront condos, Andrea Roth to works mainly Specializing in condos, Andrea Roth works mainly along the Ocean and Intracoastal from Juno Beach the Jupiter along the Ocean and Intracoastal from Juno Beach to the Jupiter along the Ocean and Intracoastal from Juno Beach to the Jupiter Inlet. Her unique ability to price and stage properties consistently Inlet. Her unique unique ability toofprice price and stage properties consistently Inlet. Her ability stage help make Andrea oneto the and area’s topproperties agents in consistently both dollar help make Andrea one of the area’s top agents in both dollar dollar help make Andrea one of the area’s top agents in both volume and number of homes sold. volume and and number number of of homes homes sold. sold. volume Andy Zangrillo, said, “It was a pleasure for me and my family to Andy Zangrillo, said, “ItWaterfront was a a pleasure pleasure for me meI and and my familyand to Andy Zangrillo, said, was for family to work with Andrea and“It Properties. havemy bought work with Andrea and Waterfront Properties. I have bought and work with Andrea and Waterfront Properties. I have bought and sold numerous properties over the years in New York, New Jersey sold numerous properties over the the years in selling New York, York, New can Jersey sold numerous properties over years in New New Jersey and Florida. From experience, buying and a home be and Florida. From experience, buying and selling a home can be and Florida. From experience, buying and selling a home can be very strenuous. Andrea was far and above the exception to the very strenuous. Andrea was far and above the exception to the very strenuous. Andrea was far and above the exception to the rule. In short, not only was the sale fast, less than a week after rule. In but short, notatonly only was theprice. sale fast, fast, less than than a been week more after rule. In short, not the sale less week after listing, also my was asking I couldn’t havea listing, but also at my asking price. I couldn’t have been more listing, but also at my asking price. I couldn’t have been more pleased.” pleased.” pleased.”

Another former client Arlene Myers said,“I could not have asked Another former client Arlene Myers said,“I couldinto notthe have asked Another former client Arlene could not have asked for a better realtor, Andrea putMyers 100%said,“I of herself sale and for a better realtor, Andrea put 100% of herself into the sale and for a better realtor, Andrea put 100% of herself into the sale and sold my condo within three months.” sold my my condo condo within within three three months.” months.” sold

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Whether it’s the the best restaurants,knowledge the best best can schools oronly the from best Whether it’s restaurants, the schools or the best beaches, this typebest of community come beaches, this type of community knowledge can come only from beaches, this type of community knowledge can come only from locals—this unique knowledge, combined with a tireless work locals—this unique knowledge, combined with tireless work locals—this combined with aa tireless ethic allows unique Andreaknowledge, to bring more buyers to condo listings work than ethic allows Andrea to bring more buyers to condo listings than ethic allows Andrea to bring more buyers to condo listings than any other agent in her market. any other other agent agent in in her her market. market. any Ann and Jeff Sheara said, “Our condo had been on the market for Ann and Jeff Jeff Sheara said, “Our condo hadrealtors been on onto theAndrea marketand for Ann and Sheara had been the market for 6 months without ansaid, offer.“Our Wecondo switched 6 months without an offer. We switched realtors to Andrea and 6 months without an offer. We switched realtors to Andrea and the amount of traffic she and her marketing team brought to our the amount of traffic traffic she she and her her marketing team brought toknew our the amount of and marketing our condo was astounding. Andrea was there for team every brought showing,to condo was astounding. Andrea was there for every showing, knew condo was astounding. Andrea was there for every showing, knew everything about our building, was able to answer every question everything about our building, building, was able to answer answer everyon question everything our to every question asked by aabout prospective buyer, was and able provided feedback all the asked by a prospective buyer, and provided feedback on all the the asked by a prospective buyer, and provided feedback on all showings. She is an expert in her field! She brought the buyer to showings. She is an expert in her field! She brought the buyer to showings. She is an expert in her field! She brought the buyer to our condo and we would highly recommend her. She doesn’t give our condo and we would highly recommend her. She doesn’t give our condo and we would highly recommend her. She doesn’t give up!” up!” up!” The complete package does not come without balance. If The complete package doesornot not come without balance. If The package does come balance. If she’s complete not working to connect meet withwithout buyers and sellers, she’s not working to connect or meet with buyers and sellers, she’s not working to connect or meet with buyers and sellers, Andrea is usually paddle-boarding the Intracoastal with her kids, Andrea is usually usually paddle-boarding the Intracoastal with her her kids, Andrea is paddle-boarding Intracoastal with entertaining with her husband Tomthe or of course, playing withkids, her entertaining with her husband Tom or of course, playing with her entertaining with her husband Tom or of course, playing with her rescue dog Lucky. rescue dog dog Lucky. Lucky. rescue “I have three kids, a husband and a dog,” Andrea laughed, “we’re “I have three kids, a aofhusband husband and a a dog,” dog,” Andrea laughed, “we’re “I three kids, and “we’re allhave active members the community. And Andrea why not?laughed, Real estate is all active members of the community. And why not? Real estate is all active members of the community. And why not? Real estate is about people! What better way to understand people than to live about people! What better way to understand people than to live about people! What better way to understand people than to live where they live and to work where they work...I’m not just selling where they live and and to work work where where they they work...I’m work...I’m not not just just selling selling where live to houses;they I’m selling a lifestyle.” houses; I’m I’m selling selling a a lifestyle.” lifestyle.” houses;

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ellington’s Finest! La Victoria Farm a 7.3 acre equestrian property is being offered for the first time. Located only a short hack to the show grounds this 28 stall farm with main residence is designed for the ultimate equestrian lifestyle. Custom built with no expense spared using only the finest materials. Access the barn and 3,600 sf. main residence through two separate gated entrances. There are two separate one bedroom staff quarters in the barn and a separate Managers house on property. The barn has two 16’ wide aisles each with 14 stalls complimented with separate tack rooms, laundry, feed, bathrooms, wash racks and grooming stalls. There is a separate storage building for the tractor, drag, jumps and other farm equipment. This is truly one of Wellington’s finest and most complete equestrian estates. Offered at $23,600,000

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BALANCE By Liza Grant Smith

MINDFULNESS

SOUND Advice After a stressful day, some choose to unwind by running a bubble bath. Others opt for sound baths, an ancient practice that “bathes” participants in an immersion of sounds and vibrations produced by striking singing bowls. Adopted as a meditation and relaxation technique, sound baths have been known to relieve tension and reduce fatigue and depressed moods. “Sound therapy is all about energy, frequency, and vibration,” says local meditation teacher Anthony Profeta.“The vibrations within sound are proven to change brain waves from ‘beta,’ which occur

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when we are active and thinking, to ‘alpha,’ the waves present when one is resting or in a relaxed meditative state. This process is known as sympathetic resonance.”  Profeta, who looks at meditation from a health and wellness perspective rather than as just a spiritual practice, offers 30- or 60-minute private and small group sound bath sessions. “Eastern medicine says that every organ system has its own resonant vibrational frequency, and when that vibration is altered illness or disease occurs,” he notes. “But it also asserts that if you can restore the vibrational frequency, you can bring healing, wholeness, and health back to the organ system or body part.” (anthonyprofeta.com)

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COURSE of Action

CHIPPING PRACTICE

Golf fever hits a high point in the Palm Beaches ahead of the annual Honda Classic tournament at PGA National Resort & Spa held February 24 to March 1. As such, there’s no better time to brush up on the game, or to put your fears of suffering a punishing round to rest. Warren Bottke, a PGA Master Professional and former trainer of the golfer currently ranked no. 1 in the world, U.S. Open winner Brooks Koepka, agreed to walk the course while delivering his best advice for beginner golfers. (warrenbottkegolf.com)

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Driving isn’t everything. “The short game is an important aspect that is neglected and not practiced nearly enough. Yet, it accounts for 65 percent of the score.” Read the greens. “The key is checking out the slope. A helpful exercise would be to imagine a bucket of water spilled on the green, and then

look to see what direction the water runs off. That is the break of the slope of the green.” Avoid common putting mistakes. “Consistency in putting is about keeping your body still and moving the putter with your arms and shoulders, not using the wrist and hands. The eyes and head remain still as well.”

CHIPPING PRACTICE

No heavy lifting required. “Errors occur when the student tries to ‘lift the golf ball.’ They either top it or chunk it.” Stop trying so hard. “Pitching wedges are constructed to help lift the ball with the face angle. Let gravity do the work.” Get off the beach. “If you don’t have a sand wedge, then use your pitching wedge. The loft of the club will lift the ball by hitting down through the sand. Remember that the sand is the element that throws the ball out on the green.”

The Champion No. 1 course at PGA National Resort & Spa

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Before swinging on each hole... “Please take a practice swing. It will prepare the sequence with your body, the golf club, and give your muscles the flexibility to produce the shot.” It’s a balancing act. “The width of the stance is paramount to keeping your balance and producing a great golf shot. Remember the width is determined by how wide your shoulders are. Taking too narrow of a stance will cause you to lose your balance.” Driver got you down? “The driver [the 1 wood] can sometimes be too big and long for a new golfer. Take a shorter and more lofted club like a 3 wood for better contact and confidence.”

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LASTLY, ALWAYS REMEMBER… “Go out and have fun with your friends. This is a difficult game that requires a lot of practice and attention. Remain encouraged and enjoy the beauty of the golf course.” 186 PALM BEACH ILLUSTRATED

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Alan J. Bauman, MD, ABHRS, IAHRS

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WHY AM I LOSING MY HAIR?

Bauman: You’re certainly not alone. It’s estimated that approximately 30 million women and as many as 50 million men experience hair loss as a direct result of their genetic makeup. Hair loss can also be hormonal and start any time after puberty. If hair thinning or hair loss is a concern, seek a consultation from an experienced, qualified, credentialed, fulltime ABHRS-certified hair-restoration physician who is fully equipped and trained to diagnose, treat, and track your hair-loss process and achieve your hair-restoration goals.

WHAT ARE THE BEST TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR MY HAIR LOSS?

Hair-loss science has progressed very rapidly in recent years and there have been several recent medical advancements that are improving the quality of hair restoration. A few of the cutting-edge treatment options to consider with your hair-restoration physician include minimally invasive, permanent, no-linear-scar follicular unit extraction (FUE) hair transplants; VIP|FUE “no-shave” hair transplants; PDOgro implanted polydioxanone threads; high-density platelet-rich plasma (HD-PRP) with extracellular matrix (ECM); and low-level laser therapy such as the award-winning Bauman “Turbo” LaserCap

ISN’T A HAIR TRANSPLANT PAINFUL AND “PLUGGY” LOOKING?

Today’s advanced FUE technique for hair-follicle harvesting and transplantation differs dramatically from your father’s hair transplant. Unlike the artificial-looking hair plugs of the past, these new techniques, combined with the artistic skills of an experienced surgeon, produce undetectable, permanent, natural-looking results because as little as a single follicle is being transplanted at a time.

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SOAP Opera

Soaps in the shape of cupcakes or crystals may dazzle with physical beauty, but Scott Spell believes it’s what’s on the inside that really counts. As the founder and soapmaker behind Soap Spells, he creates soaps that address specific skin issues by using unique blends of natural plant oils and extracts. “Simply put, we are formulators, not decorators,” says Spell, who lives in West Palm Beach. “Our focus is on the outcome of the soap on the skin. We use complex natural blends that deliver gentle cleansing, hydration, emollients, and nutrition for specific skin types.”

Spell’s passion was born 10 years ago when he created a soap to help a friend suffering from severely dry skin that resulted from medication. Spell continued to formulate new blends and now offers nine varieties through the company’s website (all sold in four-bar sets), as well as private one- or twoperson sessions in his lab to create personalized soaps through Airbnb Experiences. “Our soap is not primarily for your eyes or nose, but for your skin,” he says. “Besides, after three days in the shower, all soap looks pretty much the same, doesn’t it?”(soapspells.com)

LATHER UP WITH THESE POPULAR VARIETIES Detox: A wild mint–scented cleansing and conditioning blend with wheatgrass, sea kelp, and activated charcoal to pull out grime and infuse nutrition. Youth: Combats the skin’s loss of elasticity with Sacha Inchi plant extract found in the Amazon rainforest and Banaba leaf from Southeast Asia. Naked: With no colorants or scents, this soap was developed to protect those undergoing chemo and radiation against common fungal infections. Black Magic: This tea tree oil–scented best seller for acne-prone skin is based off an ancient Japanese deitanseki soap recipe.

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SAY “GOODBYE” TO THE JITTERS ASSOCIATED WITH TRADITIONAL ENERGY DRINKS AND “HELLO” TO A METABOLISM BOOST WITH CELSIUS’ INNOVATIVE LINE OF FITNESS BEVERAGES. THE BOCA RATON–BASED MANUFACTURER’S PROPRIETARY METAPLUS BLEND OF GREEN TEA, CAFFEINE, EGCG, GINGER AND TAURINE ROOT, AND GUARANA SEED PROMOTES THERMOGENESIS, WHICH HAS BEEN SHOWN TO ACCELERATE THE BODY’S METABOLIC RATE. AS A RESULT, CELSIUS HAS BEEN CLINICALLY PROVEN TO BURN BODY FAT AND CALORIES, BOOST ENDURANCE, AND HELP BUILD LEAN BODY MUSCLE WHEN COMBINED WITH EXERCISE. WHAT’S IN THE CANS (MORE THAN SEVEN ESSENTIAL VITAMINS) IS JUST AS IMPORTANT AS WHAT’S LEFT OUT (SUGAR; ADDED ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS, COLORS, AND PRESERVATIVES; AND ASPARTAME OR HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP). WHILE THE KIWI GUAVA FLAVOR IS A FAVORITE, THE NEWLY DEBUTED FUJI APPLE PEAR IS QUICKLY AMASSING A FAN FOLLOWING. FIND CELSIUS AT PUBLIX AND CVS PHARMACY. (CELSIUS.COM)

Paddle addicts, prepare for the Palm Beaches’ liveliest SUP sesh at the fifth annual Palm Beach Paddlefest, held February 8 at Harbourside Place in Jupiter. Originally intended as an expo for paddle businesses in and around Palm Beach County, Paddlefest has evolved into one of the premier paddle races in South Florida. Participants in the 2-mile and 6-mile races battle it out for fun and cash prizes, and pintsized paddlers are encouraged to join in the festivities with a kids’ SUP race that offers medals for all who participate. The festival also presents fun family activities throughout the day including guided kayak tours. No board? No problem. Arrive early to rent one of a limited number of SUPs available from Blueline Surf and Paddle. Preregistration is $50 for the 6-mile race and $40 for the 2-mile race ($65 and $55 respectively on race day) and includes a T-shirt and a chance to win prizes. (marinepbc.org/ paddlefest)

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Investing in PHILANTHROPY In the world of charitable donations, RETURN ON INVESTMENT can take many forms

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udrey Gruss has dedicated her life to philanthropy, but her latest mission carries the highest expectation for a return because it’s the closest to her heart. Named in honor of her late mother, the Hope for Depression Research Foundation aims to bring various researchers together to uncover the origins of the disease and, ultimately, find a cure. Gruss’ mother suffered most of her adult life from the debilitating illness. She established the foundation a year after her mother’s death in 2005, and today she can readily cite both its tangible and intangible results. The foundation, which has offices in Palm Beach and New York, supports scientific studies on depression and related mood and emotional disorders through $5 million in annual grants as well as 100 percent of the net profits from the sale of the Hope fragrance line and capital raised at events like this month’s 5K Race of Hope, taking place February 15 at

The Royal Poinciana Plaza in Palm Beach. As a result, researchers have made several breakthroughs, including discovering that low levels of a particular compound in the blood may be an indication of depression. In the near future, doctors may be able to detect depression with a blood test. In addition to these findings, Gruss believes her high-profile fundraising efforts have encouraged people to talk more openly about the illness. “It used to be you didn’t say the word ‘depression’ in polite society,” she says. A decade ago, most people with charitable inclinations gave to organizations or causes with the understanding that their money would be spent effectively. Now donors aren’t content to be so passive and trusting. The new buzz words in philanthropy are “return on investment,” a concept that typically goes hand in hand with the accountability and results associated with monetary assets. This notion originated with venture phi-

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lanthropists who came out of the run-up in the stock market before the tech investment bubble burst, says Gene Tempel, founding dean emeritus and professor of philanthropic studies at the Indiana University Lilly Family

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School of Philanthropy. In the late 1990s, new tech companies with intangible business models were commanding investor attention, delivering sky-high earning promises that were often unsustainable. When the bubble burst in 2000, it left a wake of failed companies or evaporating returns. Eventually, the mentality regarding tracking valuations and results crept into the way people think about donating. In the past 10 years, Tempel says, donors have come to expect accountability and transparency from charitable groups. While they’re right to ask how their money is being used and to examine an organization’s financial health through regular reports, Tempel cautions them to take the long view, especially since the fruit of charitable donations can be intangible. In some instances, results may take time or prove difficult to calculate. An investment in early education may not show verifiable outcomes until those same students graduate from high school and college-entry rates are tallied. A small homeless shelter may be able to list how many meals it serves each month but unable to determine the

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measurable psychological and physical impact on that population. Part of the joy of investing in philanthropy comes in these hard-earned wins that can reverberate across generations. More often than not, the satisfaction of seeing someone earn a college degree, enjoy the arts, or benefit from medical research is a sufficient return in itself. Donors tend to expect the highest return on charitable investments from the causes that are most personal to them. That’s true for Gruss, who is also president of the eponymous foundation she and her husband, financier Martin Gruss, established nearly three decades ago. But Hope for Depression represents her passion in a way other causes do not. According to the World Health Organization, rates of reported depression are rising, and, as of 2017, an estimated 300 million people worldwide suffered its effects. With the foundation’s two-fold mission of raising awareness and accelerating research into new treatments, Gruss feels there’s no time to waste. “Every day I wake up excited and positive about what we’re doing,” she says. “We’re the most positive depression organization you’ll find.” «

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FOR AMERICA

PAINTINGS FROM THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF DESIGN

February 15, 2020 – April 11, 2020 For America is the largest traveling exhibition of the Academy’s painting collection ever undertaken, and it includes beloved icons along with lesser-known gems. The exhibition’s 100 paintings present not only a visual document of the Academy’s membership but also a unique history of American painting from 1809 to the present. For more information on tours, related events, and free admission days please visit www.fourarts.org. Rosemarie Beck; Self-Portrait, 1975; Oil on linen, 60 x 50 in.; National Academy of Design, New York Photo Credit: Image by Google; © The Rosemarie Beck Foundation; Courtesy of The Rosemarie Beck Foundation and American Federation of Arts

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Beginning February 28, Festival of the Arts Boca returns to Mizner Park Amphitheater and the Mizner Park Cultural Center, bringing with it 10 days of music, film, dance, and ideas. This year will feature a theme of “A Season of Heroes,” celebrating some of the arts’ greatest personalities and triumphs—both real and fictitious. The Los Angeles–based Troupe Vertigo (pictured) will kick it all off with a presentation of “Cirque du Cinema,” a dance-meets-circus-meets-theater production set to symphonic compositions from the James Bond movies, Mission Impossible, and Batman, among other hero-centric hits. Additional highlights include a musical remembrance of Beethoven’s 250th birthday February 29 and a screening of The Empire Strikes Back with a live score courtesy of The Symphonia March 6. (festivalboca.org)

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FEBRUARY 2020

The Young Orphan, William Merritt Chase

GOINGS ON 1 Art Palm Beach, Palm Beach County Convention Center, West Palm Beach, to Feb. 3, contact for ticket prices. (nextlevelfairs.com) Open weave necklace, Laura Wood

Boca Raton Museum Art Festival, Mizner Park, Boca Raton, also Feb. 2, free. (bocamuseum.org)

Corvette Car Show, Rosemary Square, West Palm Beach, free. (rosemarysquarewpb.com)

Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach, 260 Palmetto Lane, West Palm Beach, to March 1, $35. (kipsbay decoratorshowhouse.org/palmbeach) Clockwise from top left: The Society of the Four Arts will host Avi Avital February 16 and open “For America: Paintings from the National Academy of Design” February 15; The Armory Art Center will mount the Bijoux jewelry sale February 5-8; The Kravis Center will present John Boogz and Lil Buck February 6-7 and Gina Chavez February 20.

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

Wine Down for Wellness, Grandview Public Market, West Palm Beach, contact for ticket prices. (grandviewpublic.com)

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Boca Raton Seafood and Music Festival, Mizner Park Amphitheater, Boca Raton, to Feb. 9, $5. (seafoodfestivals.com)

The Winter Ball, benefiting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County, The Breakers, Palm Beach, contact for ticket prices. (bgcpbc.org)

8 Art on the Square, Old School Square, Delray Beach, also Feb. 9, free. (oldschoolsquare.org)

3 Culture & Cocktails: Preserving Precious Treasures, The Colony, Palm Beach, $75-$125. (palmbeachculture.com)

Miss Palm Beach Pride Pageant, Lake Worth Playhouse, $15-$20. (lakeworthplayhouse.org)

4 Art Insights, Boca Raton Museum of Art, also Feb. 11, 18, and 25, $12. (bocamuseum.org)

Founder’s Luncheon, benefiting Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties, Cohen Pavilion, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $75. (yourcommunityfoundation.org) 5 An Afternoon with Jamie Dimon, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $35. (fourarts.org)

Bijoux Contemporary Art Jewelry Sale, Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, to Feb. 8, $15. (armoryart.org) Cocktails for a Cause, LaunchPad Collective, Palm Beach, free. (shoplaunchpad.com) Lighthouse Sunset Tour, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, also Feb. 12, 19, and 26, $25. (jupiterlighthouse.org)

6 “Botanical Haute Couture and Woodland Design” lecture with Francoise Weeks, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, free. (fourarts.org)

Flavors 2020, benefiting the Junior League of Boca Raton, The Addison, Boca Raton, $100-$165. (jlbr.org) The Florida Comedy Film Festival, Willow Theatre at Sugar Sand Park, Boca Raton, to Feb. 9, $7-$13. (willowtheatre.org)

“One Billion Resilient” lecture with Kathy McLeod, Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach, $30. (palmbeach preservation.org)

7 Art After Dark, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, also Feb. 14, 21, and 28, free. (norton.org)

Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance, various locations, to Feb. 9, contact for ticket prices. (bocaratonconcours.com)

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Botanical Gardens, also Feb. 9, free. (pslbotanicalgardens.org)

FROM FEBRUARY 4-23, THE RIVERSIDE THEATRE IN VERO BEACH WILL STAGE LOST IN YONKERS. SET IN 1942, THE PLAY FOLLOWS TWO BROTHERS AS THEY MOVE IN WITH THEIR GRANDMOTHER AND A THIRTYSOMETHING AUNT WHO HAS NEVER LEFT HOME. THESE ELEMENTS MAKE FOR A CATHARTIC DRAMA THAT EARNED PLAYWRIGHT NEIL SIMON THE PULITZER PRIZE. (RIVER SIDETHEATRE.COM) MAKE IT A SIMON DOUBLEHEADER AND CATCH BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS AT THE MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE FEBRUARY 23 TO MARCH 8. THE FIRST OF SIMON’S SEMIAUTOBIOGRAPHICAL EUGENE TRILOGY PLAYS, BBM FOCUSES ON TEENAGED EUGENE JEROME AS HE NAVIGATES LIFE, LOVE, AND AN EVER-PRESENT JEWISH FAMILY IN 1937 BROOKLYN. (JUPITER THEATRE.ORG)

Chinese New Year Celebration, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, free. (norton.org)

FlaVar Art and DJ Event, Grandview Public Market, West Palm Beach, contact for ticket prices. (grandviewpublic.com) Master Chef: Nashville, Swank Specialty Produce, Loxahatchee, $160. (swankspecialtyproduce.com) Run for the Rosé 3K, Warehouse District, West Palm Beach, contact for ticket prices. (instagram.com/theware housedistrict_wpb/)

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Cellist Yumi Kendall will perform with The Symphonia February 9 as part of its “Happy Birthday Beethoven” program.

Botanica Garden Festival Plant Sale, Port St. Lucie

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PICKS

Writing for The New Yorker in 2017, Peter Schjeldahl asserted that despite being considered a great artist, Robert Rauschenberg made remarkably little good art. He qualified this brash statement by praising Rauschenberg’s substantial impact on future creatives, adding that Sphinx’s Atelier [Anagram (A Pun)], Robert Rauschenberg “the example of his nimble intelligence and zestful audacity affected the sense of vocation—thoughts and motives, doubts and dreams—of subsequent generations, to this day.” The Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach invites you to come to your own conclusions about the late artist’s highly influential oeuvre in “Robert Rauschenberg: Five Decades from the Whitney’s Collection,” on display beginning February 21. Born in Texas in 1925, Rauschenberg pioneered a hybrid form of fine art, one that merged tenets of painting, sculpture, photography, and collage. Output like his famed “Combines” bridged not just mediums, but individual schools of American art in the second half of the twentieth century. This exhibition spotlights the evolution of Rauschenberg’s radical approach to self-expression, both the bold and the beautiful. (norton.org)

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AGENDA 15 ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival, Abacoa, Jupiter, also Feb. 16, $11-$13. (artigras.org)

Race of Hope, benefiting Hope for Depression, The Royal Poinciana Plaza, Palm Beach, contact for participation prices. (hopefordepression.org) Roaring 2020s Gala, benefiting Maltz Jupiter Theatre, The Pelican Club, Jupiter, $650. (jupitertheatre.org)

Above: The Euclid Quartet will perform at the Flagler Museum February 11. Left: View “Abigail Varela: Sculpture,” including El Bostezo, at Rosenbaum Contemporary through March 13.

16 Brunch on the Farm, Swank Specialty Produce, Loxahatchee, $45-$99. (swankspecialtyproduce.com)

“Presidential Leadership in Turbulent Times” lecture with Doris Kearns Goodwin, Kaye Auditorium,

“The First Tycoon: The Epic Life of Cornelius Vanderbilt” lecture with T.J. Stiles, Flagler Mu-

Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, $35. (fauevents.com)

seum, Palm Beach, $10-$28. (flaglermuseum.us)

13 The Palm Beach Show: Jewelry, Art, Antiques, Design, Palm Beach County Convention Center, West

18 “First: Sandra Day O’Connor” lecture with Evan Thomas, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society

Palm Beach, to Feb. 18, $20. (palmbeachshow.com)

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

“Preserving Fallingwater” lecture with Justin Gunther, Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach,

“Marjorie Merriweather Post” lecture, Flagler

$30. (palmbeachpreservation.org)

Museum, Palm Beach, $10-$28. (flaglermuseum.us)

Worth Beach, also Feb. 9, contact for ticket prices. (garlicfestfl.com)

14 Delray Beach Open, Delray Beach Tennis Center,

19 “The Dallas Arboretum” lecture with Dave Forehand, Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, West

to Feb. 23, contact for ticket prices. (yellowtennisball.com)

Palm Beach, $25-$35. (ansg.org)

9 “America’s Mainline: The Fight for the Southwest Transcontinental” lecture with Walter R. Borneman, Flagler Museum, Palm Beach, $10-$28.

Palm Beach Fine Craft Show, Palm Beach County

“The Surprising Science of Memory Erasure” lecture with Courtney Miller, Scripps Research,

South Florida Garlic Fest, John Prince Park, Lake

Convention Center, West Palm Beach, to Feb. 16, $20. (palmbeachfinecraft.com)

(flaglermuseum.us)

Annual Motor Car Exhibition, McKee Botanical Garden, Vero Beach, contact for ticket prices. (mckeegarden.org)

Lighthouse Moonrise Tour, Jupiter Inlet Light-

Palm Beach Heart Ball, benefiting American

Jupiter, free, registration required. (scripps.edu)

20 Lecture with Cheryl Houghtelin of MacArthur State Park, 1916 County Courthouse, West

Heart Association, The Breakers, Palm Beach, $875. (palmbeachheartball.heart.org)

Palm Beach, $10. (hspbc.org)

Screen on the Green: The Lion King, West Palm

22 Celebrating Black Florida, Norton Museum of

Beach Waterfront, free. (wpb.org)

Art, West Palm Beach, free. (norton.org)

house & Museum, $25. (jupiterlighthouse.org)

11 “America’s Challenges” lecture with Karl Rove, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the

Valentine’s Day Tea, Flagler Museum, Palm Beach, $40-$60. (flaglermuseum.us)

West Palm Beach to Feb. 15, contact for ticket prices. (workshop.org)

12 Alzheimer’s Community Care Seasons of Life Luncheon, The Beach Club, Palm Beach, $200. (alzcare.org/pb2020)

“Flappers, Fashion, and Fitzgerald” lecture with Terryl Lawrence, Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, free. (artdecopb.org)

“Historic Northwest Rising: Reviving the Past, Elevating Community, and Transforming the Narrative” lecture with Alisha R. Winn, 1916

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Discover decor inspiration galore at the 2020 iteration of the Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach, on view February 1 to March 1. For its third year, this Palm Beach charitable project has tasked 20 design professionals with reimagining a plantation-style home in West Palm Beach’s South End neighborhood. Owned and originally designed by Lars Bolander, this estate—dubbed Bamboo Hill—covers 8,751 square feet and boasts a main home, two guest houses, a pool house, and a hidden garden. Each participating designer or architect has tackled one space, imbuing his or her designated square footage with a singular vision. The result is a whimsical mashup of styles, colors, patterns, and personalities. Tickets to tour the house cost $35, with proceeds benefiting the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County. (kipsbaydecoratorshowhouse.org/palmbeach)

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

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AGENDA Jupiter Seafood Festival, Carlin Park, Jupiter, also Feb. 23, $10-$25. (jupiterseafoodfestival.net)

Lake Worth Beach Street Painting Festival, Downtown Lake Worth Beach, also Feb. 23, free. (streetpaintingfestivalinc.org)

Tastings, Palm Beach Outlets, West Palm Beach, $25-$40. (pbtastings.com) 23 “The Life and Legend of Jay Gould” lecture with Maury Klein, Flagler Museum, Palm Beach, $10-$28. (flaglermuseum.us)

24 The Honda Classic, PGA National Resort & Spa, Palm Beach Gardens, to March 1, contact for ticket prices. (thehondaclassic.com)

“Invasive Exotic Plants and Their Alternatives” lecture with Roger Hammer, Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach, free. (palmbeachpreservation.org) 25 An Evening with Douglas Brinkley, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Florida Atlantic University, Jupiter, $50-$65. (fau.edu/osherjupiter)

Organized by

Seymour Weitzman (1910-65), designer, Mr. Seymour (founded 1950s), maker. Pointed-toe lace-up pumps, ca. 1964. Suede, grosgrain ribbon. Stuart Weitzman Collection. Photo by Glenn Castellano, New-York Historical Society.

Free with Museum Admission Shop the Museum Store’s Walk This Way Pop-Up Complimentary Guided Exhibition Tours on Wednesdays at Noon

“Rethinking the Museum: MoMA in the Twenty-First Century” lecture with Glenn Lowry, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $35. (fourarts.org)

26 “Cooperation and Courage: Translating a Passion for Preservation into Climate Action” lecture with Victoria Herrmann, The Colony, Palm Beach, free. (palmbeachpreservation.org)

Fashion Meets Art with Hal Rubenstein, Vero Beach Museum of Art, $150. (vbmuseum.org)

Jupiter History Trolley Tour, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, $25.

The Winter Exhibition is funded in part by

(jupiterlighthouse.org)

Shop the Day Away Luncheon, benefiting Cancer Alliance of Help & Hope, The Breakers, Palm Beach, $450. (cahh.org) 28 Palm Beach Empty Bowls, benefiting Palm Beach County Food Bank, The Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea, Palm Beach, $25. (pbcfoodbank.org)

Music Series 2020 ‘The Best of the Best’ Select Tuesdays

Café des Beaux-Arts Valentine’s Day ‘Tea in the Cocoanut Grove’

TGIFamily, Rosemary Square, West Palm Beach, free. (rosemarysquarewpb.com) 29 Boca Art Show, Boca Center, Boca Raton, also March 1, free. (artfestival.com)

PERFORMANCES 1 The 39 Steps, Waxlax Stage, Riverside Theatre, Vero Beach, to Feb. 9, $65. (riversidetheatre.com)

Ballet Palm Beach presents “Swept Away,” Rinker Playhouse, Kravis h e n r y

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Center, West Palm Beach, also Feb. 2, $42. (balletpalmbeach.org)

Chicago, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, also Feb. 2, $87-$140. (jupitertheatre.org) Evita, The Wick Theatre, Boca Raton, to Feb. 23, $75-$95. (thewick.org) Fulfillment Center, Stonzek Studio, Lake Worth Playhouse, to Feb. 9, $23. (lakeworthplayhouse.org) Gypsy, Lake Worth Playhouse, also Feb. 2, contact for ticket prices. (lakeworthplayhouse.org)

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Hamilton, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, to Feb. 16, contact for ticket prices. (kravis.org)

Mark Viera, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, $20. (palmbeachimprov.com)

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My Name is Asher Lev, Levis JCC Sandler Center, Boca Raton, to Feb. 16, $30-$40. (levisjcc.org)

Recycled Percussion, The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $47. (lyrictheatre.com) Screening of The Metropolitan Opera’s Porgy and Bess, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $15-$25. (fourarts.org)



The Secret Comedy of Women, Mizner Park Cultural Center, Boca Raton, to Feb. 23, $45-$65. (miznerparkculturalcenter.com) Some Enchanting Evening: The Songs of Rodgers and Hammerstein, Delray Beach Playhouse, to Feb. 16, $35. (delraybeachplayhouse.com) Symphonic Band of the Palm Beaches presents “Commander of Swing,� Duncan Theatre, Lake Worth Beach; also Feb. 8, Eissey Campus Theatre, Palm Beach Gardens, contact for ticket prices. (symphonicband.org)

That Golden Girls Show, Crest Theatre, Old School Square, Delray Beach, $57-$67. (oldschoolsquare.org)

To Life II: More Stories and Music of the Golden Age of Broadway, Willow Theatre at Sugar Sand Park, Boca Raton, also Feb. 2, $40. (willowtheatre.org) Troy Anderson presents “A Tribute to Louis Armstrong,� Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $35-$45. (artsgarage.org)

2 Gospel in the Gardens, Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, West Palm Violinist Isabelle Faust, cellist Jean-Guihen Queyras, and pianist Alexander Melnikov, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $30. (fourarts.org)



Beach, also Feb. 23, $7-$15. (ansg.org)

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3 The Cocktail Cabaret, Crest Theatre, Old School Square, Delray Beach, $55$80; also Feb. 6, The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $47. (oldschoolsquare.org; lyrictheatre.com)

4 Chai Fidelity: Our Favorite Jewish Songs and the Stories Behind Them, Delray Beach Playhouse, also Feb. 5, contact for ticket prices. (delray beachplayhouse.com)

Michael Walters presents “What a Character,� The Wick Theatre, Boca Raton, $55-$75. (thewick.org)

SheshBesh, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $40. (kravis.org) 5 Crimes of the Heart, Wold Performing Arts Center, Lynn University, Boca Raton, to Feb. 7, $15. (lynn.edu/events)

David Wilcox, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $39. (kravis.org) Ensemble 4.1: Piano Windtet, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $40. (fourarts.org)

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Lost in Yonkers, Stark Stage, Riverside Theatre, Vero Beach, to Feb. 23, tickets start at $35. (riversidetheatre.com)

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AGENDA Ballet Palm Beach will dance “Swept Away,” a mixedrepertory program that includes Romeo and Juliet Balcony Pas de Deux, at the Kravis Center February 1-2.

The Inner Voices Trio, Duncan Theatre, Lake Worth Beach, $35. (duncantheatre.org)

Joan Osborne, Crest Theatre, Old School Square,

Primal Forces presents A Funny Thing Happened, Sol Theater, Boca Raton, to March 1, $35-$40.

Delray Beach, $57-$87. (oldschoolsquare.org)

(primalforces.com)

Kris Kristofferson, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, tick-

Skylight, Palm Beach Dramaworks, West Palm Beach

ets start at $39.50. (sunrisetheatre.com)

to March 1, $77-$92. (palmbeachdramaworks.org) JANINE HARRIS

Science Meets Music, The Benjamin School, Palm Beach Gardens, free, reservations required. (mpfi.org)

6 Clematis by Night, West Palm Beach Waterfront, also Feb. 13, 20, and 27, free. (wpb.org)

Damon Wayans, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, to Feb. 9, $40-$50. (palmbeachimprov.com)

The Glass Piano, Theatre Lab, Florida Atlantic Uni-

Tapestry: Carole King Tribute, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, ticket start at $50. (jupitertheatre.org) 7 Biscuit Miller and the Mix, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $25-$45. (artsgarage.org)

versity, Boca Raton, to March 1, $30. (fauevents.com)

John Boogz and Lil Buck, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis

Dorrance Dance, Duncan Theatre, Lake Worth Beach, also Feb. 8, $45. (duncantheatre.org)

Center, West Palm Beach, also Feb. 7, $42. (kravis.org)

Stayin’ Alive: Bee Gees Tribute, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, ticket start at $50; also Feb. 8, Crest Theatre, Old School Square, Delray Beach, $55-$65. (jupiter theatre.org; oldschoolsquare.org) 8 Beach Party Boys, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, tickets start at $50. (jupitertheatre.org)

Brahms in Love, University Theatre, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, $20. (fauevents.com) Fred Astaire Dance Studio, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $35. (kravis.org)

The Modern Gentlemen, Eissey Campus Theatre,

Palm Beach Symphony presents “Heavenly Mischief,” Benjamin Hall, Palm Beach Gardens, $20-

Palm Beach Gardens, $36. (eisseycampustheatre.org)

$100. (palmbeachsymphony.org)

Guitarist Peppino D’Agostino, Persson Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $39. (kravis.org)

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Screening of the Bolshoi Ballet’s Giselle, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $15-$25. (fourarts.org)

10 The Best of All Possible Worlds: Leonard Bernstein on Broadway, Delray Beach Playhouse, to Feb. 20, $35. (delraybeachplayhouse.com)

The Great Mr. Swindle’s Traveling Peculiarium, Mizner Park Amphitheater, Boca Raton, to Feb. 16, contact for ticket prices. (mizneramp.com)

9 Albino Mbie, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $30-$40.

Chicago Symphony Orchestra String Quartet,

Jean Chardavoine, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $25.

(artsgarage.org)

Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, free. (norton.org)

(artsgarage.org)

Shana Farr presents “Whistling Away the Dark: Songs of Julie Andrews,” Wold Performing Arts Cen-

Bel Canto Trio, The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $55. (lyric

Lillias White, Crest Theatre, Old School Square, Del-

theatre.com)

ray Beach, also Feb. 11, $60-$90. (oldschoolsquare.org)

Cornell Gunter’s Coasters, Maltz Jupiter Theatre,

That’s My Time, Wold Performing Arts Center, Lynn

tickets start at $50. (jupitertheatre.org)

University, Boca Raton, $10. (lynn.edu/events)

The Hot Club of San Francisco, Rinker Playhouse,

11 Euclid Quartet, Flagler Museum, Palm Beach,

Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $39. (kravis.org)

$70. (flaglermuseum.us)

Irena Kofman and David Abbott, Boca Raton Mu-

Pianist Eric Lu, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center,

seum of Art, included with admission. (bocamuseum.org)

West Palm Beach, $32. (kravis.org)

The Symphonia presents “Happy Birthday Beethoven,” Roberts Theater, St. Andrew’s School,

Trey McLaughlin and the Sounds of Zamar, The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $47; also Feb. 12, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $35. (lyrictheatre.com; kravis.org)

ter, Lynn University, Boca Raton, $40. (lynn.edu/events)

13 Al Stewart, Crest Theatre, Old School Square, Delray Beach, $57-$72. (oldschoolsquare.org)

The Celtic Tenors, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, tickets start at $50. (jupitertheatre.org)

Boca Raton, $50-$84. (thesymphonia.org)

Violinist Chee-Yun Kim with the Palm Beach Symphony, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $30. (fourarts.org)

12 Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $40. (fourarts.org)

Give ’Em Hell, Harry, Wold Performing Arts Center, Lynn University, Boca Raton, $15. (lynn.edu/events) Marshall Turkin’s Classic Jazz Ensemble, Boca Raton Museum of Art, included with admission. (boca museum.org)

Pianist Roberta Rust, Amarnick-Goldstein Concert Hall, Lynn University, Boca Raton, $20. (lynn.edu/events)

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AGENDA Robert Klein, The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $55. (lyric

Jason Newsted and the Chophouse Band, Light-

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house ArtCenter, Tequesta, $10. (lighthousearts.org)

Scenes from an Italian Restaurant: The Music of Billy Joel, Willow Theatre at Sugar Sand Park,

Lenore Raphael, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $35-

16 Mandolinist Avi Avital and harpist Bridget Kibbey, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $30. (fourarts.org)

$45. (artsgarage.org)

Boca Raton, to Feb. 23, $35. (willowtheatre.org)

Violinist Benjamin Beilman and pianist Andrew Tyson, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, West Palm Beach, $75-$195. (cmspb.org)

14 Bryan Callen, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, to Feb. 16, $25-$50. (palmbeachimprov.com) The Florida Symphony Jazz Orchestra presents “Winds of Romance,” University Theatre, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, $25. (fauevents.com)

The Mersey Beatles, Duncan Theatre, Lake Worth Beach, $39-$49. (duncantheatre.org)

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Seraphic Fire presents “Bach: Coffee and Wedding Cantatas,” St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church, Boca Raton, $47. (seraphicfire.org)

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

Penguins, Persson Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $12. (kravis.org) Reza, Wold Performing Arts Center, Lynn University, Boca Raton, also Feb. 16, $50-$70. (lynn.edu/events) Screening of The Metropolitan Opera’s Manon, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $15-$25. (fourarts.org)

15 ABBA Mania, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, $39-

Steve Solomon presents “From Brooklyn to Broadway in Only 50 Years,” Crest Theatre, Old School

$45. (sunrisetheatre.com)

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Paris Ballet presents Sleeping Beauty, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $35. (kravis.org)

Vinicius Cantuária, Persson Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $45. (kravis.org) Yvette Norwood-Tiger, Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, West Palm Beach, $7-$15. (ansg.org) 17 Betty Buckley, Crest Theatre, Old School Square, Delray Beach, also Feb. 18, $60-$90. (oldschoolsquare.org) Russian State Symphony Orchestra, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $29. (kravis.org)

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18 50 Years of Rock and Roll, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $30. (kravis.org)

Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Orchestra with violinist Joshua Bell, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Cen-

Beginning February 14, Lighthouse ArtCenter will present “Jason and Nicole Newsted: Peace and Love 2020,” including Nicole Newsted’s Pink Sweetheart.

ter, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $39. (kravis.org)

Catapult: The Amazing Magic of Shadow Dancing, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, tickets start

Atlantic Classical Orchestra presents “Old, New, Borrowed, Blue,” Community Church of

at $23; also Feb. 22, Old School Square Pavilion, Delray Beach, $20-$75. (sunrisetheatre.com; oldschool square.org)

Vero Beach; also Feb. 19, Eissey Campus Theatre, Palm Beach Gardens; also Feb. 21, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $30$90. (atlanticclassicalorchestra.com)

Gina Chavez, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $35. (kravis.org)

19 Jim Messina, The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $52. (lyric theatre.com)

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, Duncan Theatre, Lake Worth Beach, $45. (duncantheatre.org)

The Kravis Center Pops present “From Gershwin to Jimmy Webb,” Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center,

Remember When Rock Was Young: Elton John Tribute, Eissey Campus Theatre, Palm Beach Gar-

West Palm Beach, tickets start at $39. (kravis.org)

dens, $45. (eisseycampustheatre.org)

Palm Beach Symphony presents “The Soldier’s Tale,” Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, $25-

The Sound of Music, StarStruck Theatre, Stuart, to

$50. (palmbeachsymphony.org)

20 Bravo Amici, The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $52. (lyrictheatre.com)

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Feb. 23, $30-$64. (starstruckfl.org)

21 Miami City Ballet presents Firebird, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, to Feb. 23, tickets start at $30. (kravis.org)

The Provoked Wife, Studio One Theatre, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, to March 1, $22. (fauevents.com)

Roy Wood Jr., Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, also Feb. 22, $25. (palmbeachimprov.com)

The Smoogies Band, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $35-$45. (artsgarage.org)

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AGENDA WaistWatchers the Musical, Crest Theatre, Old School Square, Delray Beach, also Feb. 22, $57-$67. (oldschoolsquare.org)

The Moody Blues’ John Lodge, The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, $50. (lyrictheatre.com)

Nicole Yarling presents “One Song: Celebrating the African Diaspora,” Arts Garage, Delray

22 Atlantic Classical Orchestra presents “Impressions and Expressions,” Blake Library, Stuart;

Beach, $30-$40. (artsgarage.org)

also Feb. 23, Vero Beach Museum of Art, contact for ticket prices. (atlanticclassicalorchestra.com)

Psychic Medium Bill Philipps, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, $22. (palmbeachimprov.com)

The Beach Boys, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, $75-

West-Eastern Divan Ensemble, Dreyfoos Hall,

$85. (sunrisetheatre.com)

Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $45-$69. (kravis.org)

The Choral Society of the Palm Beaches presents “Broadway Bash,” Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Auditorium, Florida Atlantic University, Jupiter, $25. (choralsocietypalmbeaches.org)

Trumpeter Troy Anderson will play “A Tribute to Louis Armstrong” at Arts Garage February 1.

Palm Beach, $70. (flaglermuseum.us)

Jerusalem Tenors, Spanish River Church, Boca Raton, to Feb. 25, contact for ticket prices. (spanishriverconcerts.org)

Lynn Philharmonia No. 4, Wold Performing Arts

25 American String Quartet, Flagler Museum, 26 Ari Axelrod presents “Welcome to Jewish Broadway,” Levis JCC Sandler Center, Boca Raton,

Center, Lynn University, Boca Raton, also Feb. 23, contact for ticket prices. (lynn.edu/events)

The Knights, Gubelmann Auditorium, The Society of

23 Brighton Beach Memoirs, Maltz Jupiter Theatre,

The Matthew Joy Quintet, University Theatre, Flor-

The Edwards Twins present “An Evening with the Stars,” Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West

to March 8, contact for ticket prices. (jupitertheatre.org)

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

Palm Beach, $50. (kravis.org)

Dinosaur World Live, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, tickets start at $18. (sunrisetheatre.com)

Miami Beach Rhumba, Levis JCC Sandler Center, Boca Raton, $30-$40. (levisjcc.org)

The Interview, B’nai Torah Congregation, Boca Raton, $25-$36. (bnai-torah.org)

also Feb. 27, $25-$40. (levisjcc.org)

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The Lords of 52nd Street, Duncan Theatre, Lake Worth Beach, $39. (duncantheatre.org)

Stanley Jordan Returns, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, also Feb. 29, $40-$50. (artsgarage.org)

Shelea & Band present “Pretty World: A Tribute to Alan and Marilyn Bergman,” Gubelmann

29 Beethoven Birthday Bash, Mizner Park Amphi-

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

Tesla Quartet, Duncan Theatre, Lake Worth Beach, $35. (duncantheatre.org)

27 Chad Daniels, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, $22. (palmbeachimprov.com) Witness for the Prosecution, Lake Worth Playhouse, to March 15, tickets start at $29. (lakeworthplayhouse.org) 28 Che Malambo, Duncan Theatre, Lake Worth

theater, Boca Raton, $35-$150. (festivalboca.org)

Celtic Woman, Kaye Auditorium, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, $48-$150. (fauevents.com) Classic Albums Live: Creedence Clearwater Revival’s Chronical Vol. 1, Old School Square Pavil-

GALLERIES Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, West Palm Beach. “The Practice of Optimism: Sculpture by Federico Uribe,” to Feb. 2; “Inspired Beauty,” Feb. 6 to March 22; “Plastic Reef: Sculpture by Federico Uribe” and “With These Hands: Sculptures by Jim Rennert,” both to May 31. (ansg.org)

Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach. “Artist-inResidence Exhibition,” Feb. 15 to March 7. (armoryart.org)

ion, Delray Beach, $20-$75. (oldschoolsquare.org)

Boca Raton Museum of Art. “Clifford Ross: Waves”

Jason Newsted and Friends: Unplugged, Light-

and “Maren Hassinger: Tree of Knowledge,” both to March 1; “Phyllis Galembo: Maské,” to May 31. (bocamuseum.org)

house ArtCenter, Tequesta, $10. (lighthousearts.org)

Loston Harris, Persson Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $35. (kravis.org)

Cornell Art Museum, Old School Square, Delray Beach. “Art Couture: The Intersection of Fashion and Art,” to May 10. (oldschoolsquare.org)

Beach, also Feb. 29, $45. (duncantheatre.org)

Raton, $25-$125. (festivalboca.org)

Music of the Knights, Wold Performing Arts Center, Lynn University, Boca Raton, also March 1, $50-$70. (lynn.edu/events)

Palm Beach Opera presents Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, to

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

March 1, tickets start at $20. (kravis.org)

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

Cirque du Cinema, Mizner Park Amphitheater, Boca

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Cultural Council for Palm Beach County, Lake Worth Beach. “Natural Narrative,” Feb. 14 to May 9; “Philip Ross Munro,” to Feb. 22; “Biblioarte: Raúl Colón,” to Feb. 29; “Glenda Green,” Feb. 29 to March 28. (palmbeachculture.com) Elliott Museum, Stuart. “In Her Image” and “Magnificent Me,” both to March 15. (elliottmuseum.org)

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AGENDA Esther B. O’Keeffe Gallery, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach. “Rembrandt: The Sign and the Light,” to Feb. 2; “For America: Paintings from the National Academy of Design,” Feb. 15 to April 11. (fourarts.org) Findlay Galleries, Palm Beach. “Gaston Sebire,” Feb. 1-29; “Henrik Simonsen,” to Feb. 15. (findlaygalleries.com)

Flagler Museum, Palm Beach. “Walk This Way: Historic Footwear from the Stuart Weitzman Collection,” to May 10. (flaglermuseum.us)

Judi & Allan Schuman Museum Gallery, Levis JCC Sandler Center, Boca Raton. “Side by Side in Old South Beach: Photographs by Gary Monroe and Andy Sweet,” to Feb. 10; “Small Expressions: Handweaver’s Guild of America,” Feb. 23 to March 29. (levisjcc.org)

Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, Delray Beach. “Anime Architecture,” to April 3. (morikami.org)

Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum, West Palm Beach. “Becoming West Palm Beach: Celebrating 125 Years,” to July 3. (hspbc.org)

Mounts Botanical Garden, West Palm Beach. “Ribbit the Exhibit,” to May 31. (mounts.org)

Rosenbaum Contemporary, Boca Raton. “Abi-

Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach. “Geor-

gail Varela: Sculpture,” to March 13. (rosenbaum contemporary.com)

gia O’Keeffe: Living Modern,” to Feb. 2; “Good Fortune to All: A Chinese Lantern Festival in Nanjing,” to Feb. 16; “American Art Posters from the Lauder Collection,” Feb. 21 to May 17; “Robert Rauschenberg: Five Decades from the Whitney’s Collection,” Feb. 21 to June 28; “Rudin Prize for Emerging Photographers,” Feb. 28 to May 31; “The Body Says, I am a Fiesta: The Figure in Latin American Art,” to March 1; “The Priscilla and John Richman Gift of American Impressionism and Realism,” to March 15; “Where? A Brief History of Photography Through Landscape,” to June 21. (norton.org)

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

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

Lighthouse ArtCenter, Tequesta. “H2O Trickle Down: Photographers and Filmmakers Inspiring Stewardship from the Everglades to the Ocean’s Deep,” to Feb. 13; “Jason and Nicole Newsted: Peace and Love 2020,” Feb. 14 to March 4. (lighthousearts.org)

Paul Fisher Gallery, West Palm Beach. “Ron Burkhardt” and “Carol Caliccho,” contact for closing dates; “Stacey Mandel,” Feb. 28 to March 18. (paulfishergallery.com)

Studio E Gallery, Palm Beach Gardens. “Abstraction on

McKee Botanical Garden, Vero Beach. “Ocean

Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach. “Mish New York,” Feb. 11-15; “Schultze and Weaver Architects of the Resort,” to April 9. (palmbeachpreservation.org)

Vero Beach Museum of Art. “From Homer to Hopper: American Art from The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C.,” to May 31. (vbmuseum.org)

Sole,” to May 31. (mckeegarden.org)

Panels featuring Kelsey Irvin,” Feb. 1-29. (studioegallery.com)

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Invitations and Programs Jack and Goldie Wolfe Miller Fund

Bronze Sponsor Eleanor and Frank Pao Media Support Palm Beach Illustrated

Star Sponsor Publix Super Markets Charities

Showstopper Sponsor John and Jana Scarpa

Special Support Tiffany & Co.

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P.H. HORGAN, BRAD FAXON, MATT SMITH

DORY FAXON, CARLA OVERHISER, CINDY LANGENFELD

OXBRIDGE ACADEMY CLASSIC WHO: Oxbridge Academy WHAT: Annual Golf Classic WHERE: The Breakers, Palm Beach

NADINE FITE, SUSAN FROEHLICH, ERIN MCGOULD DOUG LUCE, TOM BALDWIN

ELLEN CUNNINGHAM, SHARON WIGGINS

DAVID AND JEANNE ROSOW, RALPH MAURER

BRAD FAXON AND OXBRIDGE BOYS AND GIRLS VARSITY GOLF TEAMS

OXBRIDGE VARSITY GOLF TEAM

CAPEHART

ANDREW SIMSES, BOB SIMSES, KARIN LUTER, TIM ROONEY

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3 days of Collector Cars & Cycles, National Celebrities, Gourmet Delights & much more!

14 TH A NNUA L

- F E B R U A R Y 7, 8 , & 9 , 2 0 2 0 -

Benefiting:

FRIDAYFEB. 7th

FRIDAY NIGHT HANGAR PARTY

www.bgcbc.org RITA & RICK CASE, Event Founders & Producers MARQUE OF THE YEAR: Duesenberg Straight Eight Model A, honoring the 100th Anniversary

ALL NEW THIS YEAR: MECUM AUCTIONS PRESENTS A GALLERY EXPOSITION OF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN COLLECTOR CARS & A AUTOMOTIVE FINE ARTS SOCIETY SHOW (AFAS) In the Mizner Center (Ballroom) at the Boca Raton Resort & Club, everyone will have an opportunity to access the Mecum Gallery Exposition of millions of dollars of collector cars on display and available for direct purchase with individual cars valued as much as $20 million. Within the Mecum Exposition they are also presenting an extraordinary display of automobile art by the Automotive Fine Arts Society Show (AFAS) with automobile artists from around the country displaying their work – all available for purchase. Saturday 8:00am – 4:30pm (Open to the public) Saturday 5:30pm – 8:00pm (Gala ticket holders only) Sunday 9:00am – 5:00pm (for Concours d’ Elegance ticket holders)

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The weekend will kick off with a spectacular hangar party at Boca Raton Airport with a display of exotic cars, new cars and cycles, private jets and planes. Guests will also experience gourmet food, wines and cocktails presented by over 25 of South Florida’s finest restaurants.

SATURDAYFEB. 8th

GALA DINNER, AUCTION AND SHOW WITH BILLY GARDELL

Saturday evening will include the presentation of the Automotive Lifetime Achievement Awards to Scott Keogh, William Lehman, Jr. and the Racing Automotive Lifetime Achievement Award to Helio Castroneves. The evening will end with a special performance by Comedian, Billy Gardell

SUNDAYFEB. 9th

THE BOCA RATON CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE Wayne Carini- Grand Marshal

On Sunday, over 200 of the finest collector cars and motorcycles from around the country will gather on the showfield. Guests will also enjoy an assortment of food, wines and cocktails from over 30 of South Florida’s finest restaurants in the Concours d’Gourmet Café Pavilions. VISIT US ONLINE OR CALL TODAY. BOC ACDE.COM | 954.537.1010

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STEPHANIE MITRIONE WITH BENNETT POPS ORCHESTRA OF THE PALM BEACHES

SUGAR PLUM DREAMS BRUNCH

BRAD AND SHANNON BALL

WHO: Quantum House WHAT: Sugar Plum Dreams Brunch WHERE: The Club at Admirals Cove, Jupiter

KITTY LUNDAN

ROBI JURNEY WITH SANTA CLAUS

DEVON BURDEN, AMANDA PRINCE

ROSE AND PHIL BLACK PETER ROBBINS AND EMILY PANTELIDES WITH ALEXANDRA AND GEORGE

GEORGE ROBBINS WITH SANTA CLAUS

SAM AND COURTNEY MASSEY WITH LUCY, ZOE, TOMMY, AND JANE

BALLET PALM BEACH

TRACEY BENSON PHOTOGRAPHY

JENNIFER CHIARENZA, CARL MINARDO

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CHAMPIONS OF HELP AND HOPE FIGHTING CANCER TOGETHER

Barbara Zand

Please join us at Palm Beach’s most fabulous and fun Luncheon benefiting local cancer patients Janet Levy

Rebecca Doane

Jeff Fowler

Amie Swan

PHOTO BY CAPEHART

Margaret Warnock

Abigail Beebe Gloria Herman

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2020 THE BREAKERS PALM BEACH 10:00am Silent Auction | 12:30pm Luncheon

SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER

GEENA DAVIS Actress and Activist

MAGAZINE SPONSOR

Silent auction with over 500 Luxury and Designer Items and Special Jewelry Drawing by JEWELMER

For tickets or sponsorship opportunities please call Stanton Collemer at 561.215.7360 P.O. Box 3292 Palm Beach, FL 33480 CAHH.ORG

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SEEN JESSICA CECERE, SANDRA KAPLAN, MICHELLE GONZALEZ, VIRGINIA SPENCER

DANA PEREZ, KAE JONSONS, JESSICA CECERE, PAMELA PAYNE

EXECUTIVE WOMEN FALL LUNCHEON WHO: Executive Women of the Palm Beaches Foundation WHAT: Annual Fall Luncheon WHERE: West Palm Beach Marriott, West Palm Beach

JESSICA BAILEY, MARY WARD, MORGAN HIREHERT

GIGI TYLANDER, DONNA BIASE

MARY BETH MUDRICK, CHRISTINE SYLVAIN, DAPHNE NIKOLOPOULOS, MARIANNA VALLEJO, DAYANA TORRES

GIGI TYLANDER, DONNA BIASE, TRIXY WALKER, VIRGINIA SPENCER

CHARLOTTE PELTON, AMY BRAND

FRANCES FISHER, JESSICA MONTERO

CHRISTINE SYLVAIN, KRISSY WEBB

GINA FONTANA

KATIE NEWITT, DENISE VALZ, JACKIE HALDERMAN

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FRANCES FISHER WITH MODELS WEARING SELECTIONS FROM THE LELA ROSE SPRING SUMMER 2020 COLLECTION

ROSS MELTZER, CYNTHIA KANAI JANET LEVY, AINSLEY CHARLES

LELA ROSE FOR THE PROMISE FUND WHO: The Promise Fund of Florida WHAT: Lela Rose Fashion Show WHERE: Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, West Palm Beach

DONNA AND DAVID DODSON

FRANCES FISHER, LELA ROSE, NANCY BRINKER

JESSICA BERRIN, BARBARA JAMES, MICHELLE MCGOVERN

CAPEHART

DEBBIE AND CORY LIPOFF

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GOOD BUY

EMILY’S PICKS

Local LOVE

Put some heart into your purchasing to SUPPORT area businesses

ALL AFLUTTER Butterfly ring (price upon request), Stephanie Kantis, stephaniekantis.com

TIE THE KNOT Handmade bows ($5-$15), Mother’s Touch Bowtique, etsy. com/mtbowtique bydanielle

TICKLED PINK Kenni pullover ($325) and Tulip tote ($265), LoveShackFancy, Palm Beach

RED HOT Colima organza gown ($125 to rent), Flor et. Al, ladyjetset.com

By Emily Pantelides During the month of love, show affection to companies that call the Palm Beaches home. The county is rich in entrepreneurs and artisans who not only create great products, but also give back. For example, Palm Beach jewelry designer Stephanie Kantis devotes a portion of her proceeds to helping the environment through her foundation, Kantis Cares. Companies like locally based Lady Jetset are cutting down on clothing waste by allowing users to rent fashionable pieces instead of purchasing them for a one-time use. I’m also spreading my February adoration across new boutiques, such as LoveShackFancy and Lola Dré, which carries designers including Alexandre Birman. My skin gets some love thanks to cult-favorite collection Zo Skin Health, available at the North Palm Beach spa Wellness Jar. Finally, I’m rounding out my mommy-daughter l FOR MORE FASHIONABLE looks with playful bows from BUYS, WATCH THE “EMILY’S PICKS” Mother’s Touch Bowtique. Is SEGMENT ON CBS12.COM. there anything sweeter? SKY HIGH Clarita 100 leather sandals ($595), Alexandre Birman, Lola Dré, Jupiter

RADIANT GLOW Growth Factor serum ($148), Zo Skin Health, Wellness Jar, North Palm Beach 224 PALM BEACH ILLUSTRATED

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