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> To most of us the often used hackneyed phrase “think positively” is just thrown off as another overused cliché targeting those who are ‘down in the dumps’ or have economic, health or family worries, thinking the words will bring comfort and solace. The facts are that positive thinking is a mental attitude, which incorporates our mind thoughts, words, and images that are conducive to growth, expansion and success… a mental attitude that expects good and favorable results. We know that a positive mind anticipates happiness, joy, good health and a successful outcome in every situation we face; the mind finds what it seeks. Not everyone accepts the ‘power of positive thinking’. Some consider the subject nonsensical; others scoff at those who believe and accept its virtues. The subject is gaining much momentum as evidenced by the plethora of courses, lectures and publications available to all of us today so to the many that never took the time to utilize the power effectively, this is an opportune time to evaluate and latch on to the true meaning and reap the rewards that are there for the taking. You may be wondering where I’m going with all of this but creating a magazine issue even better than the previous one is very hard work. It is a labor of love requiring total dedication each and every day despite being critically attacked at times by those that can’t understand why ‘Style’ is always at ‘the

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Susan Jeffers Susan Jeffers started her career as a photographer on South Beach over ten years ago testing models from great agencies like Irene Marie, Ford, Michele Pommier and L’egence. She then left for Detroit and Chicago where she gained recognition for her talent in Grand Prix models and Auto show girls. Susan has been photographing Tampa’s greatest talent for nearly eight years. She has gained wide recognition for her beauty and spa photography. She is an expert with light and has a knack for art direction. Her recent endeavors in digital have proved her talents even stronger.

Mike Giragosian Graduating from UMASS Lowell with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, Michael discovered his passion for photography later in life. After relocating to Florida he started photographing weddings eventually branching out to fashion, advertising, and editorial work. His foundation as a wedding photographer developed his creativity utilizing various lighting sources to capture gorgeous images for his couples. He regularly contributes his vivid images to magazines photographing both covers and editorials. Michael’s energetic personality brings out the best in his clients, time and time again. View Michael Giragosian’s photography at www.mgimages.net.

Karyn Glubis Published author and Tampa Bay’s resident socialite highlighted in the Scene with Karyn section is busy attending events to share and also include in the In Case You Missed It article. A successful business owner of a custom jewelry line, Karysma, and a Real Estate Broker, writing remains a preferred hobby. Born in Trinidad, and having lived in Toronto, London, Miami and Vancouver prior to moving 9 years ago to Tampa Bay, she enjoys the small town feel within a large city with dynamic things happening on a daily basis. She has an MBA and a BA in Communication Arts.

Jessica Sanchez Every morning when you tune into your Local 6 Morning News, Jessica Sanchez is there to greet you. Having received her degree in mass communications, Jessica set out to achieve a career in television journalism. A Utah native, Jessica first learned the ropes in Salt Lake City as a video editor and associate producer, before moving to Idaho. She eventually made the move down South and ended up in Orlando as a reporter. When she’s not working, Jessica can usually be found dancing, boxing or catching up on her sleep.

Travis Joiner Travis Joiner has been a staple in the wine and cocktail scene for years. His background has taken him through many mixology and cocktail contests as well as becoming a sommelier. He is always willing to give his opinion in a very tongue and cheek and hilarious way. Travis has a degree in creating new and classic cocktails and always ready to test the next great thing. Most importantly he is our Barfly.

Megan Hyde Megan Hyde is a 2010 UCF graduate. Earning a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with minors in Mass communications and Creative Writing, and hopes to make a literary name for herself. An accessorizing, makeup-loving gal, Megan believes outfits deserve love, attention and at least a bracelet or two. She supports red lipstick and colorful mascara, and not just for weekends. When Megan’s not working, writing, loving her pups Pepper & Roni she and her boyfriend enjoy everything else about life together in East Orlando.

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DANIEL CRAIG STILL GETS ALL THE ACTION AS JAMES BOND BUT THIS TIME THE BIGGEST VILLAIN WILL BE HIS OWN INNER DEMONS By: Jessica Sanchez Read more at: StyleToMe.com

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> Over the past 50 years, the list of things men will never get tired of looking at hasn’t changed much; hot women, exotic cars and explosions are still at the top, which is probably why the exciting exploits of James Bond continue to be the vicarious life of choice for men around the world. Even though he drinks martinis and has an uncanny sense of fashion, he still manages to retain enough machismo to get the hottest girl in the bar every time! The very first Bond movie came out in 1962 and there have been 22 remakes and sequels ever since, making James Bond the longest running film franchise in history. During that time he has survived 4,662 shots fired at him, according to statisticians who were likely procrastinating on their real work. So the newest “007” movie, Skyfall, is under enormous pressure to be even James Bondier than the others. As is typical with the Bond series, Skyfall won’t directly reference events in the previous film, and details on Skyfall appear to be classified; the filmmakers are treating the script like a top-secret spy mission and keeping most of the juicy details under wraps. Even 007 himself would be hardpressed to gather much info until the film is released this November. Filmmakers won’t even explain the meaning of the movie title (“It has a number of meanings,” is all Craig would say). Of course, that isn’t stopping them from holding dozens of cryptic press conferences and interviews in which they somehow manage to build excitement for the film without really letting you know what to get excited about. It’s been a frustrating but effective form of PR. From what we can tell, Bond fans will be treated to the typical kaleidoscope of murderous villains, high-octane thrills and fiery explosions with what I’m sure will be an unusually high number of scattering pigeons to add to the chaos.The main backdrop is London, but in Bond’s typical globetrotting fashion, fans will journey with their hero to Istanbul,Turkey, Shanghai and Scotland as well. And, as always, the film will feature women whose beauty and brains are preposterously well matched. But this time around leading lady Naomie Harris says she’s more than just a “Bond girl,” her role as a capable and skilled field agent puts her at the center of many action scenes alongside Craig.

“It’s so nerve-wracking,” Harris said at a roundtable interview in May. “Doing the whole stunts thing is absolutely terrifying because it suddenly becomes so technical and so hugely pressurized. If you imagine you’re doing a scene where you’ve got to shoot someone and bits of the scenery collapse and someone has to jump through a window - that’s massive resetting time if you don’t get it right.”

“Some people sometimes forget in the cliché of Bond,” Mendes said, “which is the international playboy, and someone who’s always untroubled, and almost never breaks a sweat. Actually what (Fleming) created was a very conflicted character.” We have also managed to learn that there will be a few unusual twists that might leave fans feeling both shaken and stirred.The first one is a subtle, but unusual deviation from the dapper, sophisticated image of Bond; he’ll be substituting his trademark martini with a good ol’ fashioned manly beer. A Heineken, to be exact. This isn’t meant to be some kind of masculinizing character development; it’s just that Heineken paid a TON of money for some extraordinarily clever product placement. Looks like Guinness missed a big marketing opportunity. The second change is a much bigger deviation from Bond‘s image because one of the villains he wrestles with will be his own inner demons. For the first time the confident and debonair spy will take movie-goers on a journey into his own troubled psyche as he struggles with the fact that, well, he kills people for a living. And he’s obnoxiously good at it. “I’ve always been interested in that side of him,” says Craig. “I think that it’s interesting to sort of play the emotion of everything that you see on screen. It’s not to say this movie’s become a piece of drama. I think what (director Sam Mendes) has done is

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cast it in a way that means that we just have fabulously interesting characters to watch and be entertained by, and that their interaction is what the movie’s about. He’s a killer, that’s what he does for a living. To have a conscience about that I think is interesting.” Most Bond movies have overlooked this internal psychoanalysis and have chosen instead to focus on a 007 whose actionpacked spy missions were enhanced with outrageous gadgets, special effects and extras who have perfected the “staring on in horror” look, but for people who have read the original James Bond novels by author Ian Fleming the idea of a conscious-burdened Bond is nothing new. At a press conference earlier this year, Mendes pointed out that Fleming created a character that was sometimes frustrated, depressed and ambivalent about his job. “Some people sometimes forget in the cliché of Bond,” Mendes said, “which is the international playboy, and someone who’s always untroubled, and almost never breaks a sweat. Actually what (Fleming) created was a very conflicted character.” Mendes added that Daniel is an actor capable of portraying a character with such conflicting emotions. Craig reread Bond novels as part of his preparation for Skyfall, and spoke to intelligence agents about their work to get an idea of the hardships they face. Let’s just hope we don’t have to sit through a scene of 007 sitting in a therapist’s office like Tony Soprano, waxing poetic about the terrorist he just threw in front of a speeding commuter train while reflecting on his Oedipus complex. Judi Dench will return as spy chief M, and much of the movie’s plot twist centers around her waning relationship with Bond; it is put to the test when her past comes back to haunt her. When asked to explain, Craig answered in the typically evasive manner we’ve come to expect, “It’s just grown. It’s just growing, and that’s what’s great.” Mendes added, “We’ve gone further into their relationship and, without giving too much away, I think something interesting happened.” Thanks, Sam. Skyfall, the 23rd Bond film, hits theaters in the U.S. on November 9th.<

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Henry Kasprow RELIGIOUSLY PASSIONATE By: Karyn Anjali Glubis Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> If you’ve shopped for liquor at a Publix

start of the communist regime. He was only 9

lately, you may notice a local brand, V6 Vodka,

when his mother and he fled the country to

standing tall next to the bigger name brands

Canada to join Ted who had escaped two years

often heralded as the best by some Hollywood

earlier. The family sold cars through various

celebrity. The single malt rye vodka and several

auto auctions and dealerships across Canada

all-natural fruit/citrus infused liqueurs are the

but yearned to return to the family business.

tasty creations of Empire Winery and Distill-

His family believes in “producing the very best

ery located in New Port Richey, Florida. Henry

products in the world, without the use of any

Kasprow is a 4th generation Master Artisan

chemicals, additives, color, etc.” The Kasprow

Vintner Distiller and along with his father, Ted,

family chose Florida because of the fresh cit-

moved from Canada to Florida a little over ten

rus and other all natural ingredients as well as

years ago to pursue their life-long dream of

the fact that the liquor regulations were less

continuing a three century family tradition of

restrictive here.

distilling. “I want to use all natural ingredients,” says

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Henry. He believes that making an all-natural

grandfather ran a distillery there until the

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daily life can be beneficial, as long as it is

botanical coffees. Henry is teaming up with

in moderation. “People should support

television personality Zane Lamprey, host of

American and locally grown citrus, fruit,

“Three Sheets to the Wind” and “Drinking

grain, sugar cane, botanicals, honey and all

Made Easy” to create two new high quality

other ingredients that can help not only the

rums under the name Monkey Rum. Empire

economy, and the farmers, but also peoples

Winery and Distillery currently produces

well being.”

V6 Vodka, Dark Rum, Spiced Rum, Platinum

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Rum, Grappa, Royal Honey Mead Wine, Empire practices old-style craftsmanship

Lemon Liqueur, Lime Liqueur, Orange Li-

when creating their vodkas. They make a

queur, Cassis Liqueur, Coffee Liqueur and

single batch, from start to finish, each and

Brandy. They also offer private labeling of

every time. This may take a little longer,

your liqueur and spirits.

but it gives their vodka a more sophisticated taste. In comparison, big brand name

Henry knows his family’s way of crafting

vodka companies use a neutral grain spirit

their vodka and other spirits, is the best

purchased from one of four industrial sized

way and word of mouth and local distribu-

Midwestern distilleries. The vodka compa-

tion is the way to eventually become world

nies then blend in frozen fruits and bottle it

renowned. “I want to create awareness

and ship it according to consumer demand.

and show the general public the difference

They spend a large portion of their overall

in quality of products in the market place

budget on advertising and market research.

beyond the ‘advertising circus.’” Currently, Publix’s carries a large selection of Empire

“My difficulty is not having the market-

Spirits because it has always been their mis-

ing dollars to fully expose my tremendous

sion to support American made and locally

products and to create customer aware-

grown products as well as carry all natural

ness which is needed to take this to the

food items.

next level,” said Henry. “I have been fighting the David and Goliath battle since day one,

Empire Spirits can also be found in many

but with some wonderful people that have

other grocery and liquor stores across Flor-

become interested in my distillery and my

ida and select specialty shops in California.

products; we are now working on a market-

Opici, Henry’s liquor and wine distributor

ing plan to take this company to the next

out of West Palm Beach and Ocala, is work-

level.”

ing on bringing it to many more markets.<

Henry credits his faith in God and his desire to produce quality, all natural products to his success thus far. “One should work hard, never ever give up, always believe in God, pray everyday and follow your dreams. Love and respect your mother and father, family and never loose faith.”

“Henry knows his family’s way of crafting their vodka and other spirits, is the best way and word of mouth and local distribution is the way to eventually become world renowned.”

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> If your girlfriend or wife is always complaining that you never really listen to her it’s probably because you don’t. But it’s not your fault! When God created man he did not design the male brain to hear female voices clearly. Maybe it’s God’s subtle attempt at humor. Researchers from the U.K.’s University of Sheffield monitored the brain activity of men as they listened to voice recordings. They found that the high pitch of a woman’s voice is processed more like a melody, which makes it harder for men to hear and understand her. Bachelors, if you have two left feet then you’ll probably have better luck picking up chicks at a convent than a dance club. As you awkwardly flail your arms and legs on the dance floor you might as well be waving a red warning flag that signals to women you’re a less-than-desirable mating partner. Researchers from the University of Hertfordshire found that men who were considered bad dancers had lower-than-average testosterone levels which lets women know -

on a subconscious level - that you’re not up to their baby-making standards. The study doesn‘t take into account the amount of testosterone you have in your bank account, though, which can change things. You know what they say about the size of a man’s feet? He has really big shoes. And that’s about it. In a study of more than 3,000 men, no correlation was found between the self-reported size of feet and that of the crown jewels. Feeling like most men may stretch (ha!) the truth a bit, researchers took matters, uh, into their own hands with this one by personally measuring all 104 feet and penises (stretched to their longest length for consistency, of course). Still, no correlation was found. However, you can still tell a lot about a man from his handshake and it comes down to: the stronger the grip the bigger the bully. Researchers at State University of New York at Albany found that men with strong handshakes had


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more aggressive male-dominant characteristics.The study also found that the strength of a handshake was mainly determined by the genes, and not by the man’s muscularity. And apparently shaking a man’s hand is more sanitary than a woman’s. Researchers at the University of Colorado analyzed bacteria they gathered from the hands of college students. They found that each person carried an average of about 150 species of bacteria on their hands. However, women carried twice the number of bacteria species than men did, even though women wash their hands more often and are more sanitary. Scientists do not know the reason for the difference - they could only speculate (male hormones, male-skin acidity?). What do you get if you eat beans and onions? Tear Gas. (I’ll pause until the men stop snickering). There’s a reason women are rolling their eyes right now; they have a classier sense of humor than men. Stanford University researchers gave men and women humorous cartoons to look at while having their brains monitored with an MRI. Men showed a lot less activity in their brains than women (surprise!). Men expected the cartoons to be funny and started laughing sooner without much thought. Women would analyze the cartoons (probably asking 10 different friends what they thought the cartoon was really trying to say, whether that was a good or bad sign and if they think there will be a second cartoon) and their brains showed that they experienced more delight with each cartoon. Despite that, the brains of adult men are actually about 10% larger in total size than the brains of women. But before you get a big head, it’s not necessarily because you use them more but because men generally have a larger stature and more muscle mass than women so their brains require more neurons to control the body. Does your wife think you stack the dishwasher like a feces-throwing monkey? It’s best to just agree with her and apologize if you want a happier marriage, although you’ve probably already figured that out. Researchers at Iowa State University spent actual time and money surveying 72 couples and found that women tend to control household matters because their opinions on their homes, families, household chores, etc. were very, VERY strong. And apparently

husbands were happier if they let their wife be the boss over these household decisions. Husbands who had opinions about these issues were more likely to be involved in spousal arguments. The running joke is that marriage signals the end of a rabid sex life, but it seems “I do” applies in the bedroom more often than you think. A study by the National Opinion Research Center found that husbands get lucky at least 28% more often than bachelors, depending on their age. If your first name is Michael, James or David you’re already a step ahead of most men when it comes to getting a promotion or finding a date (just ask James Bond). That’s according to psychologist Richard Wiseman who studied 6,000 people and found that men with those names were perceived as more successful, luckier and, yes, more attractive. On the other hand, if your name is George or Paul just accept the fact that your life will be plagued by loneliness, bad luck and low-paying jobs.Those names went out with the Beatles, apparently. But there may still be hope for you if you‘re left-handed. Johns Hopkins University and Lafayette College researchers found that left-handed men who graduate from college make 26% more than their right-handed counterparts. Go ahead and order a regular Coke instead of diet with your super-sized meal. The more weight you pack on the happier you’ll be. Researchers in Boston studied 45,000 men and discovered that fat men are 42% less likely to commit suicide than men with no extra weight. This was not the case with women. The next time you go to buy a car the salesman may know just the trick to get you to upgrade: threaten your masculinity. In a study done by Cornell University researchers, two groups of men were given a bogus analysis. Men in one group were told that they exhibited weak masculine characteristics, and the men in the other group were told that they did not. The men whose masculinity was questioned were much more likely to support wars and convey a desire to own an SUV. Women can literally smell fear on you, and it empowers them! Rice University re-

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“Does your wife think you stack the dishwasher like a feces-throwing monkey? It’s best to just agree with her and apologize if you want a happier marriage, although you’ve probably already figured that out.” searchers gathered sweat from two groups of men: some who watched a horror movie and others who did not get scared. They asked a group of women to smell the sweat and complete language quizzes. Women who smelled the sweat of the scared men did much better than women who smelled the sweat of men who were not scared. Maybe this is why women feel sharper when they’re planning a wedding? Men rely on their sense of smell to help them choose a mate. In fact, men are supposedly driven into a lust-filled craze when they catch a whiff of a woman’s body odor while she’s ovulating. That’s because she’s releasing a cocktail of pheromones that signal she’s at her peak baby making, and on an animalistic level, it appeals to men. A study done on female strippers found that those who were ovulating made 50% more tips than those who were not. However, your sense of smell can also play tricks on you, especially when grapefruit is involved. A study from the Smell and Taste Institute found that men perceived the smell of grapefruit as “younger.” Researchers dabbed middle-aged women with different scents including banana, mint, lavender and grapefruit. Then they asked young male volunteers to smell the women and guess their ages. When the grapefruit was tested the volunteers consistently reported the age as six years younger then they actually were. With all the other scents, there was no difference in age perception. One theory is that the grapefruit aroma could have sexually aroused the men, clouding their judgment, or even could have acted as a stress buster.<

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> “From the 17th century to the present, denim has been woven, used and discarded; made into upholstery, pants and awnings; found in museums, attics, antique stores and archaeological digs; worn as the fabric of hard honest work, and as the expression of angry rebellion; used for the sails of Columbus’ ships in legend; and worn by American cowboys in fact ... Looking back, we see that the very first people to wear Levis® jeans worked with pick and shovel, and though our tools are computer keyboard, PDA and cell phone, we have both been moved to wear the same thing each and every work day: denim jeans.” Whether you call them; blue jeans, dungarees or Levi’s everyone owns a pair of their favorite jeans. I call them wonderful. This durable cotton fabric needs little or no ironing, forms to your body and gets softer with age and use. You get a stain? Call it lived in; a tear? Call it chic. If you are fortunate enough to work in an office environment that allows you to wear jeans every day, take advantage and wear the most comfortable favorite pair of jeans you own. Like Olga Konstantinova, speaking of her jeans, “My skinny jeans are my favorite pair ever! The material is very soft and has stretch, so the jeans fit me perfectly.”

Denim, It’s Become a Way of Life By: Ro Martinez A Short History of Denim – Courtesy of: Levi Strauss & Co. Historian Lynn Downey Read more at: StyleToMe.com

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If you have a strict dress code at work, a well-lined jacket worn over your jeans along with a starched white collared shirt keeps it professional. Perhaps you can take advantage of casual Friday in the workplace. Most companies observe the professional dress code Monday through Thursday and on Friday relax their dress requirements. “It is more relaxed and puts you in that weekend kind of mood. I don’t have to go home and change to go out afterwards,” commented Sandra Hagstron who looks forward to casual Friday’s. For those of you who wear professional clothing during the workweek that must be hand washed, pressed or dry-cleaned; you can look forward to the end of the day or weekend to live in the most forgiving fabric on earth. Adding patches to frayed areas and embellishments to stained areas adds to the life, beauty, and uniqueness of your jeans.

SAVE People will spend up to $500 or more on a designer pair of jeans. Some of us do not have the money or choose not to spend it on one pair. There are many ways to reduce your costs. Take advantage of after season sales, discontinued styles (I wear vintage, in my opinion it never goes out of style) and even damaged goods (broken zipper, missing button). Flea Markets, and online sales offer another opportunity to find great bargains. REUSE Purchasing at thrift stores, consignment shops and yard sales means you save money by reusing and purchasing used clothing. Some of these jeans have been made soft from use and embellished for you by talented people. Swapping jeans with family and friends who may no longer wear their jeans is another way to find a treasure in someone else’s closet. RECYCLE This durable fabric that we have come to love so much has a second life as handbags, backpacks, pillows, pet beds, and upholstery fabric, there are many possibilities to be creative and you will reduce waste at the same time. It is all about going green with blue. Because denim is made from cotton it is a sustainable resource. That should give us an added motivation to get the most use out of the denim we already have.< ABOUT THE PHOTO Our models wear denim pieces from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s provided by Sherry’s YesterDaze Vintage Clothing and Antiques. They offer a large range of vintage clothing and accessories dating from the late 1800’s to the early 1990’s, for women, men and children.They have a huge selection of vintage fine and costume jewelry as well as a fun and funky variety of furniture, collectibles, household and decor items with an emphasis on mid-century modern (1940’s - 1970’s). Photos: Angela Mann: www.modelingatanyage.net Hair and Makeup By Ro Martinez: www.modelingatanyage.net Special Thanks to Sherry’s YesterDaze: www.yesterdazevintage.com Models: Rhiannon Roberts and Dane Kuplicki


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Tampa Bay Buccaneers NEW SEASON, FRESH START By: Travis Joiner Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> We always have a running joke in Florida that the seasons just don’t change that much this far south. That can’t be farther from reality this year in Tampa. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are gearing up for a highly anticipated 2012-2013 season. It will be a season of change in many facets for the organization. None more evident than the way the draft went this year for the Bucs. This year they have worked hard on taking care of their fans as well. The organization went all out with the draft day party held at Raymond James Stadium on April 26th. The crowd was in a festive mood and the organization did a lot to help add to the excitement. They had the East Club open to the public with plenty of players from the current team as well as some blasts from the past signing autographs. With plenty of giveaways and raffles going on throughout the night, the buzz was in the air and everyone seemed to be having a great time. For the season ticket holders the Tampa Bay Buccaneers member relations team stepped it up another notch. The south end zone, otherwise known as Buccaneer Cove, was opened up with free concessions for the lucky season pass holders. Access

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to players was evident here as well and the interaction was a nice bonus for everyone. The promise of a Tampa Bay Buccaneers official draft hat was something I was looking to get my hands on and I was not disappointed. The jewel in the crown for a lot of fans was access to the field. That’s right you could walk the end zone or head out to the 50-yard line to get a superb view of Raymond James Stadium. None seemed happier than the kids playing a little five on five football on the field their sports heroes play on for them on Sundays. The first pick was seen by most sitting on the field watching the whole process unfold on the jumbotrons on either side of the field. When the Bucs traded their first pick you could almost feel the collective gasps, like someone tying off everyone’s breath into a giant balloon. The trade down two spots to number seven resulted in the pick of strong safety Mark Barron from Alabama. It was a strong choice for a revamped team and not the last one of the night. The energy was evident throughout the stadium as many fans watched in anticipation with every choice the Bucs made in the 2012 draft. As the evening wound down it looked

like the Buccaneers had one of the top drafts this year. While there are many more changes that will be evident this upcoming season, I can truly say helmets off to the new member relations department for the organization. If our season is anything like how we were all treated during this phenomenal event, it should be one to look forward to. I know I am looking forward to sunny Sundays at Raymond James Stadium. GO BUCS!!! <

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In Case You Missed It STYLE EVENTS, NEWS & GOSSIP FROM AROUND THE CITY

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> Always Remember… You will LIVE, You will LOVE and You will DANCE again. Tampa Bay events have been in full dancing moves around the area.You may have missed these events but make sure you schedule something fun in support of a great cause – our community needs you. What better than celebrating two events on one day with a combination such as Cinco De Derby: Redefining Refuge’s 2nd Annual Derby Day Do on May 5th. This sold out event held at Martini Republic in Downtown Tampa raised funds in support of Redefining Refuge’s 2012 housing project. They were able to purchase a home that provided refuge and restoration to local children who have been affected by the child trafficking industry. Your girl only go one way, ay mi madre… I am very proud to personally know how big organizer’s Natasha Nascimento’s heart is! On May 11th, the 3rd Annual BachelorBachelorette Auction with Featured Celebrities, Pro Athletes and Power Couples was hosted by 3-time Emmy Winner Sarina Fazan of ABC Action News and Author and Radio Host Peter Shatner at the Grand Ballroom at Emerald Green Country Club in support of Bacchus Event Solutions Foundation which promotes tutoring,

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sporting equipment, lessons, and events benefiting children and schools (www. bacchuscharity.org). Included were names such as television personality Reginald Roundtree, 3-Time World Champion Boxer Francisco Arreola,TV Mogul Forbes Riley as well as past participations on the television show The Bachelor among others. Mr. Worldwide, and the world’s most beautiful woman, Modern day Hugh Hef… Linda Conley, Ken Walters, and Denise Barnett hosted the event. If you are an early riser, you would have enjoyed PNC Bank Miles for Moffitt on May 12th at the USF Sundome. Nobody knows what I’m feeling inside… This annual walk/run raised funds to benefit Cancer Research at the Moffitt Cancer Center. One hundred percent of all registration fees and donations went in support of the cause. It included a 5 Mile, 5K, 1 Mile, Kids Dash and Wheelchair events. The Second Annual Brews with Attitude Craft Beer Festival held on May 15th included some 80+ craft beers, live art competition, home-brewing competition and home-brewing demos hosted by Pepin Distributing. Only got just one life this I’ve learned, Who cares what they’re gonna say…

Everyday’s yesterday… Al Rosen and his dedicated crew put together the Tri-Fitness World Challenge 2012 (15th Anniversary) at TradeWinds Island Resorts on St. Pete beach from May 17th to the 20th. Many participants competed for recognition of their hard work in the fitness world. Indo-US Chamber of Commerce held its annual gala and awards banquet, The Banyan Ball, on May 19th at Crowne Plaza Hotel Tampa Westshore. This black tie affair, the signature event of the organization, featured keynote speaker, Suneet Singh Tuli, cofounder and CEO of DataWind, and included business leaders and dignitaries. Shimmy Shimmy yah, Shimmer yam, Shimmer yay… “If this would be a perfect world, We’d be together then…” I hope you enjoyed Jennifer Lopez’s “Dance Again” and all that’s happened around Tampa Bay. Just remember you may have missed these events but know, there’s always a next time … now that we’ve teased you a bit, visit StyleToMe.com to sign up for Tampa Style’s VIP only invite list to get event alerts before they happen. < Know of a Not-To-Be Missed Event? Do Tell!


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JACK SPADE OPEN/CLOSE SIGN LEATHER WALLET Conflicting messages on money management adorn this clever leather wallet from Jack Spade. One one side “Come in We’re Open” and “Sorry We’re Closed” on the other. Hand wash smooth printed leather mimics vintage diner signage on a compact billfold. Holds 6 card slots with 1 bill compartment. Which side will you be showing off? $145.00 www.bloomingdales.com

EAU DE GENTIANE BLANCHE- HERMES COLOGNE This Cologne created by Jean-Claude Ellena re-explores the theme of freshness with exquisite delicacy by the emphasize of white musk. Both complex and sophisticated this cologne displays various facets- bitter one minute, mellow the next- in a white, dry vapour of elegant musk. Its freshness and delicateness makes this cologne bitter and sweet. $125 www.shop.nordstrom.com

ANDY DAVIS PELLY BOARDSHORTS Stand out with the ‘Pelly’ pattern Boardshorts in blue, orange, and white made with 100% recycled polyester. It features artwork by famed Andy Davis, and is part of Billabong’s collaboration with the retro surf inspired artist. The Polyester suede is tough, holds the color and dries fast. Back pocket with button flap closure, drawstring waist closure, all-over pelican print art, and 20’’ outseam. $59.50 www.beckersurf.com

CLINIQUE SKIN SUPPLIES FOR MEN NON-STREAK BRONZER A little goes a long way with Clinique’s bronzer for men. The most believable tanned look comes from this gel made of transparent, oil-free formula. It applies on easily and produces a natural-looking glow that lasts through rain or swim. $17.00 www.shopnordstrom.com

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> Located in Bay County in the northwest part of the state, PCB is a destination famous for its more than 27 miles of white sandy beachfront edging emerald-green waters where the Gulf of Mexico and the St. Andrew Bay converge. Travelers seeking an affordable beach vacation with year-round offerings for families, couples, groups and adventure-seekers have long favored the region. Also known as the “Seafood Capital of the South,” PCB offers a wide selection of dining options to please all palates including award-winning restaurants and casual beachfront cafes, all of which are family friendly. Chefs fuse bold flavors and fresh seafood to create signature dishes, which are presented in distinct spaces, making the most of their seaside settings. This area offers a plethora of activities for all ages such as marine attractions, water parks, zoos, pirate cruises, boating, fishing, snorkeling, diving, parasailing – you name it they’ve got it! Oh, did I mention Pier Park? This 1.1 million square-foot, open-air regional lifestyle center developed by the Simon Property Group, brings shopping, shopping and more shopping, tourist attractions and dining to the heart of Panama City Beach! Located on 100 acres directly across from the Gulf of Mexico and City Pier. Seabreeze Jazz Festival was happenin’ right next to Pier Park at Aaron Bessant Park. Recently nominated as “Best Jazz Festival” at the Oasis Smooth Jazz Awards, The Seabreeze Jazz Festival combines the top national smooth jazz artists with a full weekend of fun, sun, great comfort food and good times! This year’s event featured artists such as Brian Culbertson, Dave Koz, Trombone Shorty, Mindi Abai, Fourplay and many more. The event now attracts over 20,000 fans from the USA, Canada, and Europe for what many call “The Ultimate Weekend” in one non-stop performancepacked weekend of music. Mark your calendar for next year – to dance and enjoy all that jazz! www.seabreezejazzfestival.net

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Also, event listings can be found on the Panama City Beach Event Calendar: www.visitpanamacitybeach.com After a quick 50-minute flight from Orlando via Southwest Airlines, we headed for the Seychelles Beach Resort managed by ResortQuest/By Windham Vacation Rent-

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als. ResortQuest offers more than 400 beachfront condos and vacation homes in the area, all just moments from the most popular vacation attractions and activities. This 22-story condominium features spacious accommodations for the entire family to enjoy and our 3-bedroom suite with its splash of blue, brightly colored nautical motif and soft white linens complimented our beautiful view of the 200 feet long, pristine, white sandy beachfront.We couldn’t wait to take a dip in the warm waters of the Gulf. Other amenities include 2 Gulf-front pools (one heated seasonally), hot tub, dune walkover, fitness center, game room and covered parking. For more information visit: www.resortquestpanamacitybeachvacations.com HOT SPOTS TO DINE FOR BREAKFAST AND LUNCH:

Where shall I start? I guess I’ll start with breakfast! There are arrays of scrumptious breakfast and lunch eateries, and restaurants that are noteworthy. “Laughter is good food for the soul,” says John Certo, chef/owner of Andy’s Flour Power Café and Bakery. He’s a friendly chap with a great sense of humor. Stop by and get to know him; he’s very personable and makes you feel right at home the instant you meet him. Talk about the food – there is no ‘instant’ here, only the freshest ingredients for their flaky pastries, muffins, omelets and may I add the best ‘homemade grits’ anywhere! And as John says “you can’t fake fresh!” www.andysflourpowerpcb.com Up next is Fatty Patty’s Cakes & Café. Need I say more? OK, just a little… if you ever have a craving for sweets, pastries, and cakes – look no further! This Panama City Beach bakery takes the cake with extreme creations similar to those seen on popular baking shows. Owner, Renee Schaarschmidt will definitely charm you with “Home-Style Southern Food and Desserts.” Caution – You may leave with an extra pound or two! www.fattypattys.com Do we really need to go to “Another Broken Egg?” Yes! Serving up traditional brunch dishes along with sandwiches and salads in a French country setting, this place fills up quickly and you’ll see why… people waiting in line were fighting to get in… I think it was over “who’s gonna get the Hot Chocolate with the Whip Cream on top!” Oops… was that moi? www.anotherbrokenegg.com

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machine… One of the local favorites and a tourist attraction in itself, this ‘ship’ of a restaurant has definitely docked. www.captandersons.com OUT & ABOUT:

Ahh… dreaming of windswept beaches on calm waters with Matthew McConaughey… Yeah girls – maybe one up on that!

For lunch head on out to Liza’s Kitchen, “Everything we serve is homemade from scratch” is their philosophy. From Focaccia bread, soups and salad dressings. Even the mayonnaise is homemade! This tiny little gourmet gem of a sandwich spot is located right across from the beach. So head on in and take the food out to your favorite spot on the beach. www.lovelizas.com

en doors. The center of the main dining room contains a magical tree with ‘magical fireflies’ gleaming intermittently.Word has it that the First Lady and her children dined there during their recent visit. The others loved the highly acclaimed ‘She Crab’ soup while I opted for the assortment of nigiri sushi which was fresh, fresh, fresh...and delicious! www.fireflypcb.com

If your lucky to land in PCB – you will definitely see Pineapple Willy’s billboards plastered everywhere in Panama City Beach. SMILE BIG – EAT BIG – DRINK BIG, and did we ever! Their Jumbo Gulf Shrimp was out of this world! Pineapple Willy’s is located right on the beach; seats over 600 and you can dine in or as we like it - al fresco. www.pwillys.com

Upon arrival at the Saltwater Grill, you are immediately drawn to the 7 ft. high, 25,000-gallon tropical saltwater aquarium with its hypnotic views of tropical reef and nonstop parade of exotic sea creatures. For some reason, we all opted for some hand-cut hickory grilled, succulent filet of beef, and it was cooked to perfection. Saltwater Grill has the only piano bar in town, so stop by – Happy Hour Never Tasted So Good! $5 Apps ALL Day Wednesdays & 4p6:30p Everyday! www.saltwatergrillpcb.com

Talk about al fresco – Hook’D Pier Bar & Grill is directly on the Gulf with amazing views of the surf, sun & sand. They serve up some great ‘fresh catch’ of the day. Mine was the snapper and it was absolutely delicious! We heard that the local’s are Hook’D on their fish tacos and now we know why – YUMMY! Located right across the street from Pier Park. www.hookedpierbar.com DINNERTIME YET?...

Dinner at Firefly was a nice surprise. Located in a small shopping strip, this charming restaurant is hidden behind beautiful wood-

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Capt. Anderson’s Restaurant & Waterfront Market is a local landmark and family operated since 1967. This is one of those steeped in rich history, which began with just a 90 ft. breakfast house, and some of the employees from day one are still with them today. A waterfront diamond in the rough and envy of many restaurateurs – seating upwards of 2,000 per day in high season; Let’s ponder that thought for a moment… 2,000 wants and needs of people being satisfied in a seamless fashion, like a good oiled

We decided to venture out with Gabriel from Walkin’ on Water Paddleboards for a leisurely, stress relieving, paddle experience on the waters of Lake Powell on the west end of PCB. Stand up paddleboarding, or SUP’ing, as they call it, is a fun, exciting, newer sport that’s easy to learn and provides a fantastic workout and gives you a real calming sensation. While all the gals in our group drooled over Gabriel, you have to give it to the guys for “SUP’ing” it up. We followed Gabriel wherever he went… Firefighter/Paddleboard instructor… and if Matthew McConaughey had a twin brother – it would be him! www.wowpaddleboards.com Did someone say it’s “Island Time?” Island Time Sailing that is! This beautiful and sleek 55-foot long, 30-foot wide sailing catamaran is Coast Guard certified to carry up to 77 passengers. It’s perfect for private charters, corporate outings, weddings, receptions, birthday parties, anniversaries, or just any excuse to get all your friends out on the beautiful waters of the Gulf of Mexico! On the cruise you will enjoy a relaxing, fun sailing with great music with a wonderful crew that will make sure you have a great time. The boat is equipped with two restrooms and a snack bar filled with lots of cold refreshments and tasty snacks. Sunset & Dolphin Watch Sailing Cruise is the ticket – this is your front row view of amazing sunsets and of the playful dolphins frolicking about. Now That’s a Kodak Moment! www.islandtimesailing.com <


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> Even lighter, even more powerful, even more captivating: The Audi R8 GT Spyder delivers breathtaking performance. The open-top flagship version of the highperformance sports car develops 412 kW (560 hp) and – thanks to Audi ultra – has trimmed a full 85 kilograms (187.39 lb) from an already low weight. The R8 GT Spyder accelerates from zero to 100 km/h (62.14 mph) in 3.8 seconds and reaches a top speed of 317 km/h (196.97 mph). The Audi ultra lightweight technology is the key to the R8 GT Spyder’s weight of just 1,640 kilograms (3,615.58 lb). That’s 85 kilograms (187.39 lb) less than its technical basis, the R8 Spyder 5.2 FSI quattro. The Audi Space Frame (ASF) body, consisting of cast nodes, extruded sections and aluminum panels, accounts for just 214 kilograms (471.79 lb) of the total weight. The body is assembled predominantly by hand in the R8 workshop at the Neckarsulm plant. Final assembly of the car takes place in the same way. The engine frame is made of ultra-light magnesium; the long cover over the soft-

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top compartment and the large side panels at the rear are made of carbon fiber-reinforced polymer (CFRP). CFRP is also used for the modified front spoiler, the fixed rear spoiler and the new rear bumper. Together, these components provide a weight saving of 5.5 kilograms (12.13 lb). Visual modifications accentuate the styling of the R8 GT Spyder. These include add-on parts in contrasting titanium gray, a front splitter with a dual lip, flics at the sides of the front bumper, red GT badges, round exhaust tailpipes, an enlarged diffuser and dark LED tail lights in a clear-glass design. Audi offers an optional windshield frame in matt CFRP. Audi engineers also trimmed weight from the technical components in the area of the transmission, wheels and brakes. In the interior, the bucket seats alone, with their chassis of glass fiber-reinforced polymer (GFRP), saved 31.5 kilograms (69.45 lb) of weight. In classic Audi fashion, the R8 GT Spyder features a lightweight fabric soft top that is extremely quiet and fully suitable for

highway cruising. Its electrohydraulic drive brings it up or down in 19 seconds, even at speeds up to 50 km/h (31.07 mph). The extendible glass rear window is nestled in the bulkhead, separate from the soft top. Integrated in the bulkhead is a rollover protection system comprising two pretensioned plates. PRODIGIOUS POWER: THE DRIVETRAIN

The performance offered by the new topof-the-line model in the R8 family is formidable. The 5.2-liter V10 with an aluminum crankcase draws its fuel from an FSI direct injection system. Dry-sump lubrication ensures a reliable supply of oil even under maximum lateral or straight-line acceleration. With its modified electronic management, the long-stroke engine produces 540 Nm (398.28 lb-ft) of torque at 6,500 rpm, and its peak output is 412 kW (560 hp). Each unit of horsepower has only 2.93 kilograms (6.46 lb) to move. The R8 GT Spyder catapults from zero to


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100 km/h (62.14 mph) in 3.8 seconds and reaches a top speed of 317 km/h (196.97 mph). In every situation, the engine impresses with its thrust and bite – and that unmistakable sound of an Audi ten-cylinder. The R8 GT Spyder comes standard with an automated six-speed R tronic transmission with two fully automatic modes. In the additional manual mode, the driver can shift gears using the paddles on the steering wheel or by flicking the joystick. At high load and revs, gear changes take only onetenth of a second. The launch control program manages the starting sprint with high engine speed and precision-control of the tire slip. The quattro permanent all-wheel drive has a strong rear-wheel bias, granted by the axle load distribution. If the situation calls for it, the system sends additional torque to the front axle. In tandem with the limited slip differential at the rear, it provides an added measure of traction, stability and cornering speed, giving it a strong lead over the rearwheel-drive competition.

The suspension, too, is unrivaled in its performance. Aluminum double wishbones locate the wheels, and the rack-and-pinion power steering provides intimate contact with the road. Taut tuning lowers the body by approximately 10 millimeters (0.39 in). The open high-performance sports car has 19-inch wheels, with 235/35 tires up front and 295/30 tires at the rear. The large, lightweight carbon-fiber ceramic brake discs decelerate the car with supreme ease.The ESP stabilization program has a sport mode and can also be deactivated entirely. PURE COMFORT: THE INTERIOR AND EQUIPMENT

Great attention to detail is evident in the materials and workmanship inside the car. The salient aspect of the controls is their logically structured design. The open twoseater offers a roomy interior, and its front end can accommodate up to 100 liters (3.53 cu. ft) of cargo. The rear bulkhead houses three storage compartments. The interior is black and can be adorned with stitching in a choice of titanium gray

or crimson for added refinement. Alcantara upholstery comes standard – on the sport steering wheel and windshield frame, too. Audi also offers leather in fine Nappa quality. Numerous details – including white dials and R8 GT logos – provide classy accents. The distinctive R8 “monoposto,” a large arch encircling the driver’s cockpit, is made of matt CFRP. Audi ultra requires no sacrifice on the part of R8 GT Spyder owners. The standard equipment includes LED headlights, LED tail lights, an automatic air conditioning system, the navigation system plus, an alarm system and the driver information system with a built-in laptimer. Audi also offers a sophisticated sound system from Bang & Olufsen and a Bluetooth interface including a seatbelt microphone for carrying on a phone conversation conveniently. Options specific to the R8 GT include bucket seats with a carbon-fiber composite chassis, matt CFRP applications and embroidered logos on the seat upholstery.<

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Celeb Dads That Sizzle! THESE 10 BABY DADDIES MAKE FATHERHOOD LOOK SO GOOD. By: Holly V. Kapherr Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> If you’ve been paying attention to all the latest gossip, you’ll know the baby bug has bitten Hollywood starlets – Jessica Simpson, Beyoncé, Alyson Hannigan, Tori Spelling’s on her fourth, and even the Kardashians are in the thick of strollers, car seats and debates about public breastfeeding. We’ve got some hot mamas in the spotlight, and with them come some super sweet papas, too. Since we can all agree that there’s nothing sexier than a man toting around some cute kiddos, here’s our list of Hollywood’s hottest dads. David Beckham - The L.A. Galaxy midfielder and international soccer superstar’s got four little ones with fashion designer and wife of 12 years, Victoria (Posh Spice). Joining their three boys, Cruz, Brooklyn and Romeo, they just welcomed little girl Harper Seven, whose middle name is a nod to Beckham’s jersey number while he played for Manchester United. His cutest dad moment? When the kids rushed the field after the Galaxy won the MLS championship last year and David lifted them all up like his little trophies. Matthew McConaughey – Daddy to Malibu cuties Levi and baby Vida, he isn’t

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the kind of dad that takes his hotness too seriously. Okay, so he’s been named Sexiest Man in the World about a billion times, but recently McConaughey got a little picky on the set when he refused to take photos with his kids but without their mother, and (gasp!) shirtless. C’mon, Matt, disturb the peace a little with your perfect pecs. Brad Pitt – You could say it’s impossible not to include Brad on any “hottest” list, so we won’t even try. The dad of five (Zahara, Shiloh, Maddox, Vivienne and Knox) has put together a cohesive family in a kaleidoscope of personalities and nationalities with Angelina Jolie. We love how he fosters his kids’ individuality and, of course, the superstar face that’s only getting handsomer with age. Jude Law – When he’s not lighting up the silver screen with his crazy chemistry with Robert Downey, Jr. in a Sherlock Holmes flick, this Brit is spending time with his four sweeties (Iris, Sophia, Rafferty and Rudy) on the beach in Cali or England. Those blonde curls and impish grin are Law’s trademarks, but his striking good looks are magnified by the devotion he shows his babies.


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Gavin Rossdale – Oh, the allure of the rocker dad.The Bush frontman and husband of 10 years to No Doubt’s Gwen Stefani has led the two to parent three adorable pixies (Zuma, Kingston and Daisy). Gavin is notoriously known for spending beaucoup time with his kiddos as well as vacationing with his honey when she’s not setting style trends for the rest of the nation’s children with her fashion line Harajuku Mini for Target. Robert Downey, Jr. – Talk about a Hollywood come-from-behind victory. America’s sexiest superhero is not only believable as a world-famous playboy, philanthropist, and genius as Iron Man, he’s fought his addictions and come out on top, as loving husband to Susan Downey and father to Exton and Indio. He’s distinguished and likeable, and time has been very, very good to his looks. Will Smith – Despite the rumors that he and Jada were splitting, they seem to be still very much together and parents to three sweet ones, Willow, Trey and little starlet Jaden. The Men in Black III star is absolutely America’s sweetheart with fabulous

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comedic timing and a sweet smile that won’t quit. You gotta know he’s a clown at home, too, making his little ones laugh as much as possible. We’ll let him devote as much time as he wants to fatherhood as long as he keeps turning out summer blockbusters to keep us cool inside the movie theatre. Scott Disick – Okay, so he’s not an A-lister (yet), but Disick’s the daddy of Kourtney Kardashian’s baby number two and we think he’s got a face to match that multimillion-dollar net worth of his. Those steely blue eyes and chiseled features just scream superrich, and it looks like Kourtney thinks he’s perfect for a permanent position while everyone else keeps up – the wedding’s planned for later this year, but it won’t be anything like Kim’s scandalous nuptials. Ben Affleck – Daddyhood looks great on Ben, and we love shots of him spending time with his little one,Violet, and wife of 7 years, Jennifer Garner. Talk about a cute family. Ben’s taken a little hiatus from acting, and that’s okay. He’s spending most of his time producing films instead as well as focusing on getting in shape and being the best dad he can be. That’s hot.

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Johnny Depp – Go big or go home, right? While we love just about everything Depp does, from his cameo in the reboot of 21 Jump Street to his campy vampire in Dark Shadows among everything else, we also love that he’s got a soft spot for his little sweethearts, Lily-Rose and John. From Captain Jack Sparrow’s quirky sex appeal, Depp’s the dad next door you wish you could watch change the oil in the driveway every now and then. <

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Stephen Cardy Photo By: Steven Miller Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> Stephen Cardy is a resident of Isleworth Country Club, as well as the owner and CEO of a $45 million dollar organization (which promises continued growth within the Orlando area).We like to call him,“ The Missile Man”. His Orlando based company located on Sand Lake Road, OTNA Holdings Inc., has divisions involved in a variety of business areas including Ordinance Technologies (NA) Inc. (a defense company), OTNA Realty Inc., OTNA Properties Inc., OTNA Title Agency Inc., OTNA Entertainment Inc. and OTNA Vehicles Inc. The move to Orlando occurred some three years ago with Stephen having previously lived for periods in Fort Walton Beach, La Jolla, San Diego and the UK. He was born in the UK and commenced his working life in the defense industry as a design engineer involved in weapon system design and development, and is regarded as a world leading expert in warhead and fuzing design and development. His unique occupation has provided many interesting overseas opportunities including integration of UK weapons onto US aircraft in support of the Gulf War, support to the UK Royal Air Force and Royal Saudi Air Force in Dahran, as well as tours of duty in Pakistan, Norway, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, France, Germany, UAE, and Spain providing training and live weapon tests support for US allies. During his period in the UK, Stephen provided instruction to the UK Royal Air Force and Royal Saudi Air Force as a Qualified Weapon Instructor, advising pilots and navigators on the use of General Purpose Aircraft bombs and associated electronic fuzing. This activity has been undertaken in recent years in support of F16, F15, Mirage and Grippen aircraft users in

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Pakistan, South Korea, Norway, Sweden, UAE and Portugal. The six weeks spent in Pakistan in Islamabad and Mushaf Air Force, supporting live weapon testing and training, proved a challenging task and Stephen is scheduled to return to Pakistan in July. Prior to his leave in July, he is traveling to Brazil for similar support tasks at the end of May with the Brazilian Air Force.To say the least, he’s very much a “hands on” CEO. The main organization with OTNA Holdings is Ordnance Technologies (NA) Inc., which stems back some 25 years, is a defense company specializing in warhead system design, and is a major supplier of aircraft free fall bombs, guidance kits and electronic fuzing. The Property division owns a significant number of properties on Ventura Country Club and the Realty and Title Agency organizations are a growing venture for the OTNA Group. Stephens interest includes supporting the Orlando Magic Basket Ball team, sea fishing, golf and growing his company’s involvement in different ventures. The company has a box in the Amway Arena and is a proud supporter of the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, Concerns of Police Survivors Chapter by donating seats in the box to the families of COPS. The avid support of the Orlando Magic provided a memorable opportunity this season for Stephen, as he started a Magic game from center court and flew with the team on Magic Carpet Airlines to Detroit to watch the game. Needless to say he’s many interesting experiences. Stephen has two children, Adam who is living his dream as a drum player in a rock band in Los Angeles and Joanna, a daughter who lives in the UK with her husband Dan.<


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Garry Jones PRESIDENT, FULL SAIL UNIVERSITY Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> As President of Full Sail University, Garry Jones is involved in the forward motion of the university with the majority of his time being spent with the executive management team and the departments of Admissions and Career Development. An important and favorite part of his daily mission is that of focusing on and propagating the culture, or “heartbeat,” of the university. In 1979, Garry served as a consultant during the creation of Full Sail, and in 1980, he joined as a teacher in the school’s Recording Arts curriculum after working as a live sound engineer, recording engineer, and record producer. In 1999, he was promoted to the role of President, where he continues to share his passion for the incredible talents of Full Sail’s students and graduates. “It is my great honor and a privilege to serve the students, staff, faculty and alumni of Full Sail University,” said Garry Jones, President of Full Sail University. “There is no way to describe the excitement in a graduate’s voice when they call to tell me about their career in the industry. Having the ability to share in their journey from student, to graduate and on to professionals in their chosen field is absolutely awe-inspiring.”

Garry Jones President, Full Sail University 3300 University Boulevard Winter Park, Florida 32792 P: 407-679-0100 www.fullsail.edu www.twitter.com/fullsail www.facebook.com/fullsailuniversity

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Full Sail’s mission is to provide students with an innovative style of education, delivered by a staff of dedicated individuals that addresses the career opportunities available in an evergrowing, constantly evolving industry. The university is able to do this by developing unique curricula that combine elements of creativity, art, business and life skills, technical

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prowess, and academic achievement. Full Sail’s education is delivered via immersive teaching methods, both in the real-world production studios and classrooms, located on the 191+ acre campus in Winter Park, FL, as well as through the school’s online learning environment. Currently, the university has over 16,800 students and 37,000 + graduates. Full Sail University is an award-winning educational leader for those pursuing careers in the entertainment and media industry. Founded in 1979, Full Sail has been recognized as one of the Top Five Game Degree Programs by Electronic Gaming Monthly, one of the Best Music Programs by Rolling Stone Magazine, and one of the Best Film Programs by UNleashed Magazine. In 2011, Full Sail received the “21st Century Best Practices in Distance Learning Award” from the United States Distance Learning Association, was named the “School/ College of the Year” by the Florida Association of Postsecondary Schools and Colleges, and was recognized as one of the Top 100 Social Media Colleges by StudentAdvisor.com. Full Sail offers on-campus and online Master’s, Bachelor’s, and Associate’s degree programs in areas related to animation, art, business, education, graphic design, film, marketing, web development, music, recording arts, sports, and video games. Full Sail graduate credits include work on OSCAR®, Emmy®, GRAMMY®, ADDY®, MTV Video Music Award, and Spike Video Game Award nominated and winning projects. <


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Cristian Michaels LIC. REAL ESTATE BROKER/OWNER OF PREMIER PROPERTY GROUP Photo By: Steven Miller Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> Cristian Michaels is the Broker/Owner of one of downtown Orlando’s most successful real estate firm’s. With an in depth knowledge into Orlando’s dynamic real estate market, residential finance, asset underwriting and promotional marketing, Cristian has risen to the top of his field. Our corporate vision has always been a commitment to excellence and it begins from the company leadership and transcends through our entire agency. Our firm has handled the sell out of prominent towers such as Solaire and Sanctuary and currently markets other towers such as the VUE at Lake Eola. 101 Eola, and the Star Tower. In addition to his successes in residential real estate, Mr. Michaels expanded his scope to major asset acquisition in the 2010 purchase by a client of the VUE at Lake Eola. The $55M asset was then re launched to the market and has had unprecedented success. With substantial philanthropic endeavors, Mr. Michaels is a dedicated supporter of the HRC (Human Rights Campaign), Federal Club, Hope and Help, Children’s Home Society of Florida, The Faine House, Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida Domestic abuse shelter, HCCH (Healthcare Center for the homeless), and was an original founder of Orlando Youth Alliance. “I believe that you must re invest in your community on many levels in order to truly be a part of something larger than yourself”, said Cristian Michaels. < www.DowntownandtheParks.com www.VerticalLivingRentals.com

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Richard West MARITAL AND FAMILY LAW Photo By: Steven Miller Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> Richard West practices marital and family law with the firm of West Green and Associates, Orlando’s largest boutique family law firm. Richard and his partner Caryn Green’s primary goals are for their clients to have a successful divorce. They define that as one in which the husband and wife never have to set foot in court. “Our goal at West Green and Associates is for our clients to have their needs met and their problems addressed in a client centered manner”. “My goal is to leave people better than I found them” he says “and that can be a challenge in a divorce situation. Both parties have to walk out of the process feeling like their primary needs were met”. A divorced father himself, Richard understands from both a personal and a professional perspective what it takes to have a successful divorce.

Richard West Partner - West, Green & Associates, P.I., Attorneys 801 N Orange Ave, Suite 700 Orlando, Fl 32801 P: 407-425-8878 www.westgreenfamilylaw.com

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Richard has been practicing marital and family law for over 30 years. He has represented individuals from the business, sports and professional communities. Richard has long been listed in Best Lawyers in America, Best Lawyers in Orlando, Florida Super Lawyers and Florida Trend Magazine’s Legal Elite. He is a Fellow of the prestigious American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and has served as president of the Florida chapter of that organization as well as currently serving on the Board of Governors of the Florida chapter. He is also a Fellow of the International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Richard has been chair of the Family Law Section of the Florida Bar as well as the Orange County Bar’s Family Law Section and the Academy of Trial Lawyers’ Family Law Section. Richard and Caryn are firm believers in supporting our community. They have donated countless hours and dollars over the past

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several years to numerous charities, including JDRF of Central Florida, which funds research for a cure for Type 1 Diabetes, the Central Florida Women’s League, which donates over $100,000 each year to local charities and provides scholarships to high school seniors, The Bridges of Light Foundation, The Bread of Life Foundation, Team Gamez Foundation, and Seminole Kids House, just to name a few. The firm strives to meet their clients’ needs by being innovators in their area of practice. One of the innovative approaches to the practice of marital and family law that the firm engages in is collaborative law. Richard believes that this method of conflict resolution is the future of marital and family law. The collaborative approach is a multidisciplinary model where lawyers come together with neutral financial professionals and mental health professionals to achieve the best possible result for the divorcing couple by engaging in “interest based negotiations.” Another innovative approach taken by the firm of West Green and Associates is that of “value pricing”. Call for information. In addition to representing clients in divorce matters, the firm handles prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements, paternity and other family law related issues. For further information visit our website at www.westgreenfamilylaw.com or call us at 407-425-8878 to schedule a consultation. <


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> This is a true story. 8am EST: Cell phone ringing… “Hello, this is Jason Crane.”

“Yes, this is he speaking.”

2am EST: Submit a stack of utilities invoices for reimbursement. While managing an ample inventory of vacant bank-owned properties, utilities invoices can total 60100 invoices per month.

“Mr. Crane. This is the Lieutenant with the Orange County Bomb Squad. We’re at your property located at…”

5am EST: Review buyer & agent feedback from property showings & complete a series of Monthly Status Reports.

This is not a good phone call to start a Monday morning for a bank-owned/REO real estate listing agent in Central Florida.

8am EST: Cell phone ringing…

9am EST: Meeting with the Sheriff’s Deputy at an eviction in Seminole County. Fortunately, this property was vacated prior & the only personal property remaining is deserted & of little value.

I’m Jason Crane, Lic. Real Estate Broker, with the Real Estate Asset Disposition Corp. Every day, I’m on the frontlines of the foreclosure crisis in Central Florida. Specializing in the listing & sales of bankowned/REO & short sale properties, I’ve closed over 520 real estate transactions with over $51,000,000 in cumulative sales volume. I average 100+ real estate transactions per year.

“Hello, Mr. Crane.” (authoritative voice)

Fast forward 3 months: This property sells for $30,000, 74% below the Orlando Regional Realtor® Association’s reported local median home value of $115,000. Six years prior, this same property sold for $130,900. 10am EST: Somewhere in Volusia County. Taking property damage & marketing photos for several Brokers-Price-Opinions.

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11pm EST: Upload 150+ photos from the BPOs & the eviction & complete a series of assigned tasks.

2pm EST: Back in the office. 136 new e-mails & 27 voice messages. Respond to e-mails & return as many voice messages as possible by 5pm. 5pm EST: A bank-owned property in Polk County has received 15 offers with highest & best offers due by close-of-business the next day. Immediately contact all of the buying parties. 8pm EST: Meet with potential homebuyers in Lake County to sign purchase agreements & addenda for an offer on a competitively priced bank-owned property that has recently been listed for sale.

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To be continued…

I’m originally from Portland, Maine. I’ve played ice hockey my whole life & play in an amateur league in Maitland. I enjoy adventure sports such as surfing, Scuba diving & have traveled extensively throughout South America; particularly to Brazil, a country & people that I’ve grown to love. I’m proficient in speaking Brazilian Portuguese. Additionally, I’m a real estate investor & own & manage a portfolio of local rental properties. Despite my drive & ambition, as dedicated foreclosure professional I can attest to the foreclosure industry as being of the most physically & emotionally challenging of my life. I believe to excel at anything & become one of the best in your field, you need to have Purpose. The Why will determine the How. There is no secret formula & there is no long-term success without extraordinary hard work, passion, discipline, commitment, & sacrifice.<


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Earnest DeLoach, Jr., Esq. Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> Mr. Earnest DeLoach, Jr. is the son of the late Earnest DeLoach, Sr., and the late Eunice DeLoach. A native of Daytona Beach, Florida, after graduating high school as a National Merit semifinalist and National Achievement Scholar, Mr. DeLoach attended the University of Miami. While at UM, he was a dual major in International Studies and Political Science, a member of the varsity track team, founded an organization designed to inspire and encourage African American males, and worked part time as an Assistant District Representative for US Senator Bob Graham. After graduating from UM with honors, he matriculated to Florida State University College of Law where he served as the first African-American Student Bar Association President, was Chairman of the Law School Appropriations Committee, and delegate to the Congress of Graduate Students. Lastly, while in law school he was twice named “Best Advocate” at the Florida Bar sponsored Chester Bedell Mock Trial Competition, and was named Second Best Oralist at the Tulane University National Sports Law Moot Court Competition. For the past twelve years he has worked as a business and commercial attorney, and in 2006, established DeLoach Law LLC. In 2010 he merged his firm with that of his college best friend, Attorney Andre’ T Young, forming Young DeLoach PLLC. He continues to represent and counsel business and governmental clients regarding their litigation, transactional, business development, and corporate formation needs, and because of his new association, now offers personal injury, estate planning and bankruptcy protection services.

Earnest DeLoach, Jr., Esq. Young DeLoach PLLC 1115 East Livingston St. Orlando, FL 32803 P: 407-422-4000 www.youngdeloachlaw.com

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In addition to his extensive law practice, he has served as an adjunct professor, lecturer and mock trial coach at Valencia State College, Florida A&M University College of Law, and Barry University School of Law, respectively. A sought after speaker, Earnest has addressed various civic and student groups, was a featured speaker at Steve Harvey’s ‘Dreamers and Doers” Academy, and delivered the “Call to Action”

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at the nationally televised Trayvon Martin Community Forum in March 2012. Mr. DeLoach has also generously given his time and talents to various civic organizations over the years, including: Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Tiger Bay Club of Central Florida, Inc., 100 Black Men of Orlando, Inc., the African American Chamber of Commerce of Central Florida, Inc. Board of Governors, Citrus Civitan of Central Florida, Boys and Girls Club- Downtown Orlando Board of Directors, Paul C. Perkins Bar Association and the Virgil Hawkins Chapter of the National Bar Association. He is the former Vice Chairman of the City of Orlando Minority Certification Review Board, and former Chairman of the Orange County Citizen’s Review Board. Currently he serves on the Orange County Charter Review Commission, the City of Orlando Nominating Board, and recently completed his tenure as chairman of the 2011 Orange County School Board Reapportionment Committee. For his efforts, he has received numerous honors including 2008 Florida Trend Legal Elite “Up and Comer” Award, the 2008 FAMU College of Law Spirit of Service Award, the 2009 Turner Construction/City of Orlando Construction Seminar Best Presenter Award, being named a member of the 2010 class for the Greater Orlando Chamber of Commerce Political Leadership Institute, 2011 National Bar Association 40 Most Outstanding Advocates under 40, and the 2011 African American Chamber of Commerce of Central Florida “Eagle Award” for Emerging Business. In his spare time, Mr. DeLoach enjoys playing and watching sports, listening to good music, and spending time with his wife of 8 years, Assistant Orange County Attorney Andrea DeLoach, and their adorable son, Earnest Elijah DeLoach. They also anxiously await the newest addition to their family, a daughter, to arrive in August 2012.<


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Henry “Hank” Didier, Jr. A CONSUMER ADVOCATE IN AND OUT OF THE COURTROOM Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> Henry “Hank” N. Didier, Jr. doesn’t just want to be a good trial lawyer. He considers himself a consumer advocate as well. He has found a way to do both through his two current roles – one as a plaintiff’s attorney focused on product safety issues, and the other as co-founder of a financial services firm that specializes in helping former plaintiffs if they need to sell their structured settlements. “Being a good lawyer is not just about getting the best result, said Didier. “It’s about making sure your hard work will provide a lasting legacy.” That’s where Vantage Capital Consultants comes in. Didier describes his role at Vantage as not conventional or easy, but as necessary. He and his partner, fellow lawyer Jay Fisher, saw a need and did something about it. Most lawyers he knows were offering little to no help to former clients seeking advice on selling their structured settlement or annuity, either because they did not appreciate the magnitude of the problem, or simply because they had no idea what advice to give or what options may exist. But he knew that was only exasperating the problem. “These folks needed candid advice and couldn’t find any, leaving them at the mercy of television and internet advertising companies in an unregulated marketplace” he added.

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Through the years, he has put countless clients into structured settlements because he believes that they are a great vehicle for long-term stability. “But, circumstances changed, and many people are struggling in today’s economy,” said Didier. “Undoing structured settlements isn’t always popular, or even the best financial decision, but it’s happening, and people need a resource where they can get the information they need to make informed decisions. We try to find alternatives or talk people out of selling, but sometimes there is no other choice.” As a lawyer, Didier holds manufacturers accountable for the safety of their products through his product liability practice. With offices in Orlando and Tampa, the Didier Law Firm specializes in the litigation of complex auto accidents, truck accidents and product liability cases, often involving tire failures, rollover accidents, or unsafe airbags.

it’s a huge safety issue as there is no better or more effective way to lessen or prevent fatal or catastrophic head injuries in side impact accidents.” “We see it all the time, where the driver walks away from an accident and the child may be brain injured or dead. Headprotecting airbags such as curtain airbags are the best way to prevent a head injury in a side impact car accident,” he said. So whether it’s advocating for consumers in front of a jury, or helping guide a former plaintiff to a better financial decision, he finds himself breaking new ground in many battles. “When people need help, we need to be there. It’s about treating people fairly, thinking outside the box, and going above and beyond.”<

“We want to hold manufacturers to a higher standard, especially when it comes to consumer safety,” he said. His focus right now is on raising awareness of the lack of head-protecting side airbags for backseat passengers. “There are still cars on the road that do not have side airbags to prevent head injuries past the first row, which is oftentimes where children are sitting. The technology has been available for more than a decade, and

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> Dudley Rayborn has been designing and providing custom wardrobes for over 25 years with a combination of the finest fabrics, impeccable tailoring, and the highest level of personalized service. Sir Dudley’s offers a superior wardrobe experience for his clients. Our clientele ranges from business executives, entrepreneurs, and pro-Athletes. “The finest clothing made is a person’s skin but, of course, society demands something more than this.” Mark Twain Since the inception of Sir Dudley’s, I have been making custom made clothing for successful business leaders for over 25 years. Inspired by London’s famed Savile Row and observing emerging fashion trends from Italy, England and other parts of the world, I design Bespoke clothing as well as creates garments with a unique twist in color or pattern. My goal is to create clothing that truly represents the individuality of the person for whom the garment is being designed for, taking special care in getting to know my clients so that not only does their clothing fit but the garment captures their individuality. Clients say that the workmanship, product knowledge, attention to detail and service is what makes it readily apparent why we have been able to establish such a loyal following. We pride ourselves by providing the client with value, knowledge, and very personal service.

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The quality of any great garment is completely dependent on the fabric used to make it. From the mills of Ermenegildo Zegna, Scabal, Dormeuil, Vitale Barberis, Loro Piana, Marzoni, and Holland & Sherry, Sir Dudley’s extensive selection of over 10,000 Italian and English Fabrics reflect superior quality that make a difference in the wearing. Fabrics range from Super 110’s to Super 250’s in various weights, shapes, and compositions. We also provide the finest shirting fabrics from Italian and European mills. When it comes to Bespoke and custom clothing, we believe there is a difference between something of value and something that is just expensive. We are confident that dollar for dollar, stitch for

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stitch, our service and quality garments will deliver the best value in the market. Why wear a shirt made to fit everyone when you could be wearing a custom shirt designed just for you with top quality fabric and the look of perfection with meticulous attention to detail. Sir Dudley’s offers a distinguished line of accessories to compliment an entire wardrobe for dress and casual needs. While anyone can put on a garment, it is accessorizing that really takes it to a new level of sartorial elegance. It is the difference between dressing and dressing well. Dudley purchased a men’s clothing store in the early 80’s where he gained knowledge as a clothier, merchandiser, and buyer. He continued to further his knowledge of the clothing business and later branched out into custom clothing. At Sir Dudley’s, we believe clothing should reflect the integrity and intelligence of the wearer. Superior craftsmanship and unsurpassed quality are always evident in each of our exclusive designs. Custom garments are all tailored from a pattern created just for you. Our Ladies garments consist of handmade custom suits, trousers and tailored shirts, making a fine clothing paradise. We take variables such as body type, complexion, personality and style into consideration when creating your custom wardrobe. Sir Dudley has a passion for creating a personalized and unique style that you simply will not find on a store shelf. It is his mission to design a wardrobe for his clients so they will enjoy the finished product and receive compliments about their wardrobe. He offers personalized and convenient consultations by meeting the client at their office or home for wardrobe analysis and planning. In addition, he eagerly shares his knowledge by conducting professional wardrobe seminars for corporations and local universities. “The difference between looking good and looking great is attention to detail.” 1/18/91—Dudley Rayborn <


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> As a child in Mexico City, Jorge Ulibarri was already a seasoned world traveler. The son of an airline pilot, Jorge literally grew up in the skies. In his journeys throughout Europe, Jorge experienced great architectural works that became the inspiration and foundation for his career as a Custom Home Builder in Florida. At the young age of 16, Jorge became a licensed pilot while attending a military flight academy. Flying airplanes is a passion that he carried into adulthood. From an early age, Jorge knew he wanted to build beautiful, iconic structures. He attended Florida Institute of Technology and earned a degree in Civil Engineering. It was a strategic decision that allowed Jorge to combine his modern U.S. education in science, math and technology with Mexico’s ancient art of construction and manual artistry that built the Haciendas he grew up around. Today, Jorge Ulibarri designs and builds custom homes throughout Central Florida. He has been in business for more than a decade and his homes have been featured in the Orlando Parade of Homes and numerous magazines. From his office, located at 1525 International Parkway in Heathrow, Jorge approaches homebuilding as the personification of a homeowner’s lifestyle and enduring legacy. It may surprise you to learn that his homes are much more affordable than they appear and Jorge is happy to share his strategic, money-saving know-how with anyone who asks. Jorge Ulibarri not only builds homes that are photogenic, he works in front of the camera too. As a family hobby, Jorge models along with his wife, Karen LeBlanc, and SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL FEATURE

children, Sebastian, age 7, and Alexis, age 11. Their work has appeared on TV and in print for resorts, cruise lines, TV commercials and lifestyle ads worldwide. His home Villa Sevilla in Lake Forest also stars in a variety of TV commercials, shows and print ads. Recently, Jorge launched a TV and video series, Trade Secrets, that offers affordable ideas to add luxury to your living space. In each episode, Jorge shows viewers how to create a home that looks like a million bucks without the seven-figure price tag. With new episodes every month, the show’s viewership continues to grow by the thousands. Trade Secrets is now in talks to launch nationwide. To watch the latest episode, go to www.youtube.com/user/ jorgeulibarri Jorge also connects with his viewers and clients through Facebook www.facebook.com/Jorge.Ulibarri.Luxury. Home.Builder answering their questions about new construction and design. His Trade Secrets blog http://tradesecertsbyjorge.com offers regular posts and indepth articles on new construction topics. Through Facebook, his blog and Trade Secrets video series, Jorge has become a local expert in his field. Viewers and homeowners consult him with their design and construction questions daily. Outside of work, Jorge is an avid soccer fan and player. He grew up playing the sport in Mexico where it is wildly popular and he continues to play on recreational teams. His appreciation of all things well-built is evident in all aspects of his life from his personal interests to professional pursuits. For more information about Jorge and his work, go to www.imyourbuilder.com <


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> Bernie Madoff is, or was, a celebrity all right, but the kind of celebrity you’ll see in a lineup rather than on the silver screen. In the “roaring early 90’s” Madoff was the talk of the financial world. In March 2009, he pleaded guilty to 11 federal felonies and admitted to turning his wealth management business into a massive Ponzi scheme that defrauded thousands of investors, out of billions of dollars. In light of such fraud, how can investors, large and small, invest with confidence and know that they are dealing with a reputable advisor?

Tony Keena

How Can You Invest With Confidence? STARGAZING: INSIDE THE WORLD OF PRIVATE WEALTH MANAGEMENT

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One way is to research the company and individual advisor you are considering dealing with, it’s pretty simple these days. I happen to be affiliated with Ameritas Investment Corp (AIC), which holds us accountable through annual audits and regular compliance approvals. During our annual audit, auditors have access to our business and personal bank records to ensure that our clients’ checks have not been cashed. In addition, we are subject to surprise audits by FINRA, Ameritas Investment Corp’s governing body. Audits are designed to ensure that each affiliated financial advisor adheres to the rules and regulations determined by the industry for the protection of investors. We do not “custody” assets. This is a very important point to note. An advisor has custody of assets when he/she has possession of clients funds or securities, or has any authority to obtain them. We do not hold your assets, nor do you make checks payable to me. In essence, we never take possession of the money you plan to invest. We transmit your monies to the investment companies we have agreed to use for your personal situation.

Overly consistent returns: Investments tend to go up and down over time, especially those seeking high returns. Be suspect of an investment that continues to generate regular, positive returns regardless of overall market conditions. Unregistered Investments: Ponzi schemes typically involve investments that have not been registered with state regulators. Registration is important because it provides investors with access to key information about the company’s management, products, services, and finances. Unlicensed sellers: Federal and state securities law requires investment professionals and their firms to be licensed or registered. Many Ponzi schemes involve unlicensed individuals or unregistered firms. Secretive and/or complex strategies: Avoiding investments you don’t understand or for which you can’t get complete information. FIVE QUESTIONS TO ASK BEFORE INVESTING

•Is the seller licensed? •Is the investment registered? •How does the risk compare with the rewards? Does it sound too good to be true? •Do I understand the investment? •Where can I turn for help? If you’re aware of an investment opportunity that might be a Ponzi scheme, contact the SEC by phone at (800) 732-0330 or online at http://www.sec.gov/complaint.shtml

“Red flags” to watch for

Tony S. Keena is a Private Wealth Manager/Partner with the Estate and Business Planning Group in Altamonte Springs. (407) 329-1122. TKeena@estateandbusiness.net

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COMPUTER DATA AND YOUR RIGHT TO PRIVACY BY MARK L. HORWITZ > Many people think that personal information on a home computer is private. In reality, that is not correct.

Contents of home computers are not protected from government intrusion and are often seized or copied by law enforcement under various circumstances including the use of search warrants. A recent case has given hope to those who believe that the right to privacy should protect home computers. The case considered the Fifth Amendment rather than the Fourth Amendment (which deals with searches), but the case is still important to the right of privacy and to search and seizure issues. In this recent case, the government subpoenaed a person to produce and decrypt files on his computer when the government’s experts could not decrypt the files protected by “TrueCrypt” software.The person refused to decrypt the files when ordered by the court and was

held in contempt. On appeal, the court ruled that the Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination prohibited the government from forcing the person to provide the decryption codes. Many believe that the right to store private information on a computer should be free from government intrusion and protected, not only by the Fifth Amendment, but also by the right of privacy. In this case, the court held that a person can not be forced to provide a decryption code to enable the government to discover decrypted files.< The Law Offices of Mark L. Horwitz - A Professional Association 17 E. Pine St. Orlando, FL 32801 407-843-7733 www.mlhorwitzlaw.com mark@mlhorwitzlaw.com

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> Last years medical experts debated whether annual PSA screening might do more harm than good for some men. Although this confusing and confounding issue has yet to be answered, a new European Research study adds a new angle to this controversy by reporting that men who received routine prostate-specific antigen (PSA) tests were 30 percent less likely to die from the disease.

Do Routine ProstateSpecific Antigen (PSA) Tests Actually Save Lives?

The study, which appears in the issue of the New England Journal of Medicine, tracked more than 182,000 men, age 55-69, from eight European countries including Belgium, Finland, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland for an 11-year period. During this decade, men were randomly assigned to groups: one who received PSA screening and one who did not. The study observed a primary outcome in mortality with a 30 percent drop in death rate among the men who underwent routine PSA tests. However, study also found that prostate cancer screening had no effect on men’s “all-cause mortality.” The lack of an effect on the allcause mortality suggests that men are likely to die at the same age from another cause without the test.

By: Cathleen K. Bode Credits: Alexandra Tamashiro

Dr. Otis Brawley, chief medical officer of the American Cancer Society, questioned the validity of the study by stating that only two countries, Sweden and the Netherlands, showed a significant reduction of prostate cancer deaths from PSA screening and that concluded the overall results.

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author, Dr. Fritz Schroder, professor of urology at Erasmus University in Rotterdam, Netherlands. “On the other side, there’s a 30 percent chance that a cancer found is insignificant and the patient may be confronted with the side effects of treatment unnecessarily.” Like any other cancer diagnostic tool, early PSA screening of prostate cancer is vital to detecting the disease early, but does the test actually save lives? Most prostate cancer grow so slowly that it will not cause a problem or affect the quality of these men’s lives because the cancer may never spread beyond the prostate gland. In addition, not all prostate cancers need treatment. Treatment for prostate cancer may have risks and side effects, including urinary incontinence, erectile dysfunction or bowel dysfunction. Treating some prostate cancer could worsen the situation instead of improving the cancer. Many men with prostate cancer are elderly and have no other health problems related to cancer. For them, an early detection of prostate cancer wouldn’t be helpful if they had other more important health problems they need to worry about. In addition, prostate biopsy is needed to find out detailed results of PSA testing which the procedure can accompany complications such as bleeding or infections. All men should talk about PSA testing with their doctor and learn about all the risks, benefits, and limits of this test. Then decide whether you should have the PSA test at all, and if so, how often. <

Dr. Palceski – Ask The Expert: The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective Skin Care #1 Get A Skin Exam Once A Year A study conducted by the National Cancer Institute showed that fifty percent more melanoma cases occurred in women ages 15 to 39 in 2011 than in 1980. The lesson here? Everyone needs to get a skin cancer screening with a dermatologist once a year. You should also check yourself every month, remembering to examine less-obvious places such as your scalp, the soles of your feet, and under your nails. My suggestion, get your birthday suit checked on your birthday.

Dr. Palceski looks forward to hearing from you and will be accepting questions at drp@reflectionsdermatology.com or call 407-895-8818 Dr. Palceski is a Board Certified Dermatologist and Dermatologic Surgeon and is the founder of Reflections Dermatology & Center for Skin Care. For more information on Dr. Palceski or his practice, please visit www.reflectionsdermatology.com

#2 Avoid Tanning Beds /Use Sunscreen Self-tanner? Fine.The real thing? Not so fine. Any pigment change from UVA or UVB light can cause premature aging and increase the likelihood of developing skin cancer. Tanning beds can be even worse, since they emit concentrated UVA light, which has been found to penetrate deeper than the combination of UVA and UVB rays found in natural sunlight. In fact, tanning beds have been found to increase one’s risk of developing melanoma by 76% and are considered on par with arsenic and mustard gas in the top cancer risk category. Your best bet? Avoid tanning beds, use a self tanner, and

protect your skin every day by applying a broad-spectrum sunscreen with a minimum of SPF 30. My personal favorite? Elta MD Sport with 50 SPF. #3 Exfoliate… Gently While squeaky-clean pores may initially feel good, harsh cleansing or too much exfoliating can actually exacerbate oil production and worsen breakouts by spreading bacteria. A gentle alternative? Use a glycolic peel every 4-6 weeks. #4 Pick The Right Products For Your Skin Type Using products that are wrong for your skin type is a common mistake and can actually create more problems than they fix. Schedule an appointment with a knowledgeable professional to help assess your skin type and what products will be most appropriate in helping you achieve your personal skin care goals. Don’t forget, skin care shouldn’t stop at your jaw-line. #5 Cleanse – Even At Night Letting skin marinate in makeup— not to mention a day’s worth of oil buildup—can lead to clogged pores and breakouts, especially if you’re

prone to acne. As you sleep, your body temperature increases slightly which can enhance absorption of whatever’s on the surface. So, wash your face every night and consider using a Clarisonic Brush proven to remove 6 x more dirt, oil, and makeup than manual cleansing alone. #6 Stop Picking I know it’s tempting, but the reality is that squeezing a blemish can push bacteria deeper into the pores, causing inflammation, infection, and scarring. In addition, it extends the healing process of a blemish from approximately 1 week to 2. So, “stop picking” and go see a dermatologist who will work to get you on a good skin care regimen to fight breakouts. #7 Use A Retinoid Retinoids minimize the appearance of existing age spots and fine lines and prevent new ones from forming. I particularly like the Avene line of retrinal products for patients who are just acclimating to the use of retinoids. For those ready for something a bit stronger, there are a variety of prescription retinoids of varying strengths on the market including Retina A, Atralin, and Tazorac.

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Vision 20/20 In Style Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> In previous issues, we have presented a series featuring “Elite Doctors” in the Orlando area. In this month’s issue, we concentrate on Doctors of Optometry (OD) and Doctors of Ophthalmology (MD), both being providers of vision care. Most colleges of Optometry first require successful completion of a four-year undergraduate degree beginning with courses in General Biology and Chemistry, Algebra and Trigonometry, followed by advanced studies in Organic Chemistry, Microbiology, Bacteriology, Calculus, Physics, Physiology, Biochemistry, Anatomy, etc. OD candidates must then successfully complete an additional four-year accredited degree program at one of the twenty (20) colleges of Optometry, so the

Celebration Eye Care Dr, Margaret Grand is a graduate of The New England College of Optometry in Boston, Massachusetts. She is in partnership with her husband, Dr. Ronald Grand. Both are Board Certified Optometric Physicians. Their daughter, Michele Grand, works with them and is a Florida Board Certified Optician. Celebration Eye Care is located in beautiful downtown Celebration. It is a primary Optometric practice for the entire family. Dr. Grand feels all family members should have annual comprehensive eye examinations. In children, as they grow and develop, their eyes grow and change. While they are in school, there is a great demand on their visual systems, if the children can not see it, they can not learn it. For adults, it’s like having an eye physical, for there are many things that can go wrong with the eye that are painless.

general health of the eye. They examine and follow patients with cataracts, diabetes and other systemic diseases that can affect the eye. They treat and follow patients with glaucoma, macular degeneration, dry eyes, latisse treatments and all pre and post operative care for Lasik. Celebration Eye Care specializes in contact lenses. In addition to regular lenses, they also fit contacts for astigmatism, bifocal and theatrical color lenses. Celebration Eye fits lenses for patients who have disfiguring diseases and eye injuries. Their optical is a beautiful area consisting over 1000 frames to choose from. They carry many designer frames and sunglasses. Some of the designers carried consist of Dolce and Gabbana, Gucci, Tom Ford, Dior, Cole Haan, Mont Blanc, Jimmy Choo, Prada and Oakley. They offer all types of lenses, coatings and tints to accommodate and customize all visual needs, including sports, computer, driving, reading and hobbies.

In their eye examinations, Celebration Eye examines the whole visual system including the

741 Front St., Suite 120, Celebration, FL 34747 • Phone: 407-566-2020 • www.CelebrationEyeCare.com

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Fashion innovations and superior eye care Dr. Nelsa Losada received her bachelor in biology in 1984 from the University of South Florida and her doctorate from the University of Houston College of Optometry in 1991. She served as an examiner on the Florida State Board of Optometry. She collaborated with production companies providing fitting of specialty theatrical contacts. She also has worked with area ophthalmologists providing coverage in their offices. Dr. Losada has practiced in the southwest area for 20 years. Her patients are a priority and that is why many feel like they are part of their extended family. At Losada Vision, they offer the best in fashion and technology. Some of the designer lines include Prada, Coach, Juicy Couture, Guess, Puma, Izod and Columbia.They are adding the Visioffice System, which will allow them to exclusively dispense lenses with the most precise individualized vision for their glasses. In the field of contacts, Dr. Losada is very successful in the fitting of toric contacts for astigmatism, multi-focal contacts and corneal reshaping with retainer gas permeable lenses used at night to prevent the vision from getting worst or as an alternative to Lasik. The patientâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s eye health is very important. Dr. Losada treats infections of the eye and glaucoma. She provides comprehensive eye exams, checks for diabetes, cataracts, hypertension and other systemic and eye diseases as well as pre and post-op lasik and cataract evaluations. Fashion, innovation and superior eye care will always be provided.

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All About Orthodontics. WHAT CAUSES ORTHODONTIC PROBLEMS? By: Dr. Carl Bilancione Comprehensive & Cosmetic Dentistry, PA Host of the Ace and the Doc show on the Big 810AM radio station 5-6 p.m Tues.,Wed., & Thurs. Call in 407 774-0810. Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> Most orthodontic problems are inherited. Examples of these problems are crowding, spacing, protrusion, extra or missing teeth and some jaw growth problems. Other malocclusions are acquired by finger sucking, dental disease, accidents, the early or late loss of primary (baby) teeth, or other causes.

CHOOSING THE OPTIMAL TIME FOR ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT While orthodontic treatment most often begins between the ages of 9 and 14, some orthodontic problems are easier to correct if they are treated early. The American Association of Orthodontists recommends that your child get an orthodontic check up at age 7. If it appears that treatment will be needed, your orthodontist can advise you as the ideal time to begin. This gives your orthodontist the best chance to: • Guide jaw growth • Lower the risk of trauma to protruded front teeth • Correct harmful oral habits • Improve appearance • Guide permanent teeth into a more favorable position • Improve the way lips meet WHY IS TREATMENT SO IMPORTANT?

Orlando Magic Team Dentist Dr. Carl Bilancione 2828 Casa Aloma Way, Suite 700 Winter Park, FL 32792 P: 407-678-4000 CosmeticDentistryFL@gmail.com www.smilebella.com

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Crooked and crowded teeth are hard to clean and maintain. A bad bite can also cause abnormal wear of tooth surfaces, difficulty in chewing and or speaking, and excessive stress on supporting bone and gum tissue. Without treatment, many problems become worse and can require additional dental care later in life. WHAT AGES CAN BENEFIT FROM ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT? Orthodontic treatment can be successful at almost any age. Thanks to today’s smaller, SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL FEATURE

less visible, more comfortable orthodontic appliances, including fixed braces and clear removable aligners, adults are finding treatment more appealing. WHY SELECT AN ORTHODONTIST? Orthodontists are dentist specialists who diagnose, prevent, and treat dental and facial irregularities. They receive an additional two to three years of specialized education beyond dental school to learn to align and straighten teeth and bites. Your smile is your greeting to the world. It’s also an important part of your dental health - the alignment of your teeth, so show them off. As a general dentist it is important that I have a team of specialists I work with. The doctors that are listed are part of my team: Oral & Facial Surgeons of Mid-Florida 407 644-0224 Winter Park 407 774-3399 Longwood 407 843-1670 Orlando www.ofsmidfl.com David L. McIntosh D.M.D. Orthodontist 407 671-4455 Winter Park 407 644-8786 Maitland www.Mcintoshortho.com Thomas Yoon D.D.S, M.S. Periodontist 407 647-4180 Winter Park www.WinterParkPeriodontist.com Jiann-Jang Wu, B.M.D., M.S., P.A. Endodontist 407 647-4773 Winter Park ericwu@winterparkendo.com <


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Rising Country Music Star Jake Owen By: Megan Hyde Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> DON’T MISS THE BEAT

Josh Turner Album: Punching Bag

Maximo Park Album:The Natural Health

> In June, we pay thorough attention to all things men and celebrate intently here at Orlando Style. There is one thing to be said about male musicians especially; they sure know how to keep an audience’s attention! Since the days of Elvis being “too provocative” and getting censored from the waist down to the way Bon Jovi has consistently amped up crowds for a few generations, you just can’t help but appreciate the talent, the raw emotion, and yes of course the often good looks of these fellows. One gent in particular is steadily earning a solid name in the business and has all of the previously mentioned qualities to contribute. Rising country music star Jake Owen has a humble, charming, manly and rugged appeal. Whether he’s rocking out with his party anthem hits or causing a swooning effect with his love ballads, one thing is constant: people everywhere love this guy. Having been in the mainstream spotlight since around 2005, Jake is certainly a leader in generating amazing, catchy music. It’s absolutely safe to say this Florida native has arrived for the rest of the world to love.

to write his own music and from there a dream ignited. As time moved on, Jake realized he could dig this for a career. Pretty soon he was playing in local bars and relishing in the glory of crowds taking in his music. His journey started to become clear; just prior to graduating from college he headed to Nashville to take a chance.

Born in 1981 not far from The City Beautiful, Jake hails from sandy east coast town of Vero Beach. With a an early love for everything under the sun, water and sports, Jake and his fraternal twin brother kept themselves enjoying life one day at a time through a variety of activities centered on these interests. Come college time, the Owen brothers headed north to Florida State University. Although a part of the school’s golf team, with a desire to go professional in the sport, Jake’s intentions for it ended after injuring himself severely while wake boarding. Bummed out and looking for something to occupy time, Jake made a fateful move one day; he picked up a guitar, despite having one arm in a sling, and began strumming. He began

Three albums and numerous hit songs from each have all been a part of this entertainer’s journey so far. Having toured already with musical greats like Brad Paisley, Kenny Chesney and Sugarland, Jake established himself quickly as his own person with unique lyrics and a velvety smooth voice. He’s earned and maintained an audience. Realizing he did not have it as rough as other artists starting out, Jake values his climb to the top as his own journey. He knows everyone’s story is their own. One moment solidifying his success was in 2009 when Jake took home the Male Vocalist of the Year award from the Academy of Country Music. A proud moment indeed, this truly signified achievement.

Knowing it could be a long haul but certainly a fun one at the least, Jake knew he was up for the challenge. Taking risks and pushing himself has been something he’s done most of his life. He knew if he kept working feverishly and with a purpose, he would have opportunities to succeed. As long as he remembered to cherish every part, good or bad, he could stand taller. Once Jake arrived in town though, it wasn’t long before he took off. Very briefly he was a shadow amongst well-established names in the business but within less than a year, Jake had his first successful hits, “Yee Haw” and “Startin’ with Me.” These songs provoked success and suddenly fans wanted to know more about the goodlooking, shaggy haired country crooner.

Get ready to fill those MP3 Players. Check out this list of albums to watch out for this month.

Maroon 5 Album: Overexposed

The Temper Trap Album: The Temper Trap

Usher Album: Looking for Myself

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Despite several tours under his belt and regardless of being summoned for many late night show stops, with each host desiring interviews and performances, Jake has definitely not forgotten where he comes from. Never mind currently being named one of Entertainment Weekly’s “30 Greatest Artists Right Now” for all genres, or being in People Country Magazine’s “Hottest Guys” issue, Jake keeps moving through his day to day life. Heading back to his Vero Beach hometown as much as he can, he has participated in local charity events and is known to stop in at local hot spots to sing a few tunes for the folks who have stood behind him from his start. One of his latest hits, “Barefoot Blue Jean Night” perfectly defines what it was like growing up in the community he did. Jake is incredibly proud of his hometown and this just may explain a lot of his success; if you don’t forget who you are, no one else will either. As for right now, Jake is literally in a honeymoon phase of life; he recently wed model Lacey Buchanan in his hometown right on the beach. Lacey was his costar in his videos for both “8 Second Ride” and also in “Barefoot Blue Jean Night.” Both natives of the sunshine state, Jake realized at a performance in Florida this past April, they would never have more of their family and friends around them and felt it was the perfect time to seal their fate together. He spontaneously proposed to Lacey without even having a ring for the moment! His video costar agreed to be his forever leading lady and although they toyed with the media about when they would be tying the knot, Jake and his bride wed in early May. Both looked fabulous and in love while fully embracing the sand beneath, and between their toes as they wed barefoot at their sunrise ceremony. Jake has no hesitation about sharing his devotion to his wife and believes she makes him a better man every day. Who doesn’t love to hear that?

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With a thriving music career, a loyal and devoted fan base, and a brand new bride, how can Jake not be loving life? His most recent hit “Alone with You” currently holds the number 1 spot on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart. Because of his prior success with “Barefoot Blue Jean Night,” this makes back-to-back top charted songs for Jake from the same album. His success gives new meaning to the expression, “the hits just keep on coming!” Overall, this guy proves you can be a well-rounded individual and chase a dream even if it wasn’t your original plan. If you go for something, go full force and only look back to reflect and give thanks. <

All proceeds benefitted the Esophageal Cancer Program at Florida Hospital’s Cancer Institute.

Hot Chip Album: In Our Heads

Linkin Park Album: Living Things

www.pointeorlando.com

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should be sufficient. Most dogs can handle a lot of exercise; so don’t be afraid to get out there. Keep your pet’s age in mind, though. We all know our dogs would go to great lengths to impress us, so refrain from taking your senior dog on a long run, as they might exert themselves too much. Many other past studies have shown that dogs are linked to better overall health. Blood pressure and cholesterol, two very important physical factors, have been known to reduce with pet ownership. Stress levels have also been shown to significantly reduce with canine companions. These three factors can wreak havoc on your health if they are too high, so a dog is a great way to keep them low!

Dogs: Your Secret to Slim By: Alexa Cawley Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> Wondering how to get in shape this summer without joining the gym? The answer may be no further than the friend laying at your feet. No, we’re not referring to the friend that crashed on your couch last night, but rather your favorite pooch. A newly released study from Michigan State University proves that having a dog is not just good for your mental health, but for your physical activity level as well. The study collected data from 5,902 adults, 41% of whom owned a dog. Now, all adults are recommended to get at least 150 minutes of exercise per day. However, of the group surveyed, dog owners were 34% more likely to reach their suggested activity level than non-dog owners. And with so many ways to get exercise with your pooch at your side, there’s no room for excuses. If you enjoy the thrill of a good run, take your dog jogging! It’s a great way to get your heart in shape, and keep your dog muscular and lean. If you’re of a more laid-back nature, a calm 30- minute walk through the park

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“If you enjoy the thrill of a good run, take your dog jogging! It’s a great way to get your heart in shape, and keep your dog muscular and lean.”


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Chang Bistro

Fountain Grille

Island Way Grill

35903 U.S Hwy. 19 N., Palm

608 Mandalay Ave., Clearwa-

Safety Harbor Resort & Spa,

20 Island Way,

Harbor,

ter Beach,

105 N. Bayshore Dr., Safety

Clearwater Beach

727-789-2848 $$-$$$

727-408-5200 $$

Harbor,

727-461-6617 $$$

Thai Cuisine & Sushi

breakfast feasts, sushi, Thai

727-726-1161, ext. 7825 $$

Pacific Rim, Steakhouse,

Cabana Cafe & Gifts

Infusion Cuisine, sushi menu

Contemporary- inspired

Seafood

833 Douglas Ave., Dunedin,

Clear Sky

cuisine, served with natural

Johnny’s Italian Restaurant

727-712-2233 $

Beachside Cafe

mineral water from historic

2907 S.R 590 (NE coachman

Cafe, wine & gift shop

490 Mandalay Ave., Clearwa-

springs

Rd.), Clearwater

NORTH PINELLAS

Cafe Alfresco

ter Beach,

Frenchy’s Cafe, Original

727-797-2940 $$

344 Main St., downtown

727-442-3684 $$

41 Baymont St.,

Traditional Italian culinary

Alfano’s Restaurant & Splen-

Dunedin,

Cafe, pizza & fresh seafood,

727-446-3607 $

Kaiko Japanese Restaurant

727-736-4299 $-$$

boutique wines

Cafe

2475- F McMullen Booth Rd.

Cafe, West Coast bistro

& mojitos

Frenchy’s Saltwater Cafe

(corner of McMullen Booth

Cafe Ponte

Columbia Restaurant

419 Poinsettia Ave., Clearwa-

and Enterprise), Clearwater

13505 Icot Blvd.

1241 Gulf Blvd., (on Sand

ter Beach,

727-791-6640 $-$$

727-538-5768 $$-$$$

Key) Clearwater

727-461-6295 $

Fresh sushi, Makimono,

contemporary American

727-596-8400 $$

Seafood, fresh stone crabs

Sashimi

cuisine with Italian, French

Authentic Spanish/Cuban

Frenchy’s Rockaway Grill On

Kally- K’s Steakery and

and Asian influences

cuisine

The Beach

Fishery

Captain’s Italian Restaurant

Cooters Restaurant & Bar

7 Rockaway St., Clearwater

1600 Main St., Dunedin,

324 Main St.,

423 Poinsettia Ave. Clearwa-

Beach,

727-733-7024 $-$$

Safety Harbor,

ter Beach

727-446-4844 $

American, fresh salad bar

727-725-2846 $-$$

727-462-2668 $-$$

Live music, fresh seafood

Kelly’s For Just About…

Italian & seafood

Seafood, Burgers, Steaks,

Frenchy’s South Beach Cafe

Anything!

Cappuccino’s Altro Posto

famous Cooter Chicken,

351 S. Gulfview Blvd., Clear-

319 Main St., downtown

Cafe European Espresso and

Sports Bar

water Beach,

Dunedin,

Wine Bar

The Dunedin Smokehouse

727-441-9991 $-$$

727-736-5284 $-$$

733 Broadway, Dunedin,

471 Main St., Dunedin,

Seafood, full bar

Southern Cuisine, desserts

727-738-8009

727-736-2227 $

Greek Town Grille

The Living Room on Main

Artisan style Italian coffee

barbeque menu, NFL tickets

1230 Cleveland Street,

Restaurant and Lounge

house and eatery

showing all games, and a

Clearwater,

487 Main St., downtown

Carmel Cafe

full bar

727-447- 7800 $$-$$$

Dunedin,

& Wine Bar

E & E Stakeout Grill & Koko-

banquet room, outside

727-736-5202 $$

9101 International Dr. 2548

pelli’s Bar

garden area, full bar, live

internationally influenced

McMullen Booth Rd. in

100 N. Indian Rocks Road,

entertainment, Greek cuisine

tapas-style dishes, wines and

Northwood Plaza, Clear-

Belleair Bluffs,

& Salad, fresh bread daily

beers from exotic places

water,

727-585-6399 $$

HAPA, Restaurant

The Lobster Pot Bistro

727-724-4228 $

American Grill,seafood,Prime

3970 Tampa Road, Oldsmar,

478 Mandalay Ave, Clearwa-

features Mod Med inter-

beef & ribs

813-749- 8400 $$-$$$

ter Beach,

pretative classics such as

FlameStone, An American

Global flavors and classic

727-446-8809 $-$$

flatbreads, lamb lollipops

Grill

French technique, Lamb, wine

bar and grill, dancing, jazz, and

or steak frites, desserts &

4009 Tampa Rd., Oldsmar,

list, desserts

sports bar

Wine Bar

813-814-7778 $$-$$$

Hin Lee

Louis Pappas

Casa Tina Mexican Grill

American Grill, creative

Weathersfield Commons,

Market Cafe

365 Main St., downtown

cuisine

1757 Main St., Dunedin, 727-

2560 McMullen Booth Rd.

Dunedin,

Forlini’s Ristorante & Bar

736-3366

(Northwood Plaza), Clear-

727-734-9226 $

435 Mandalay Ave., N., Clear-

and North Tampa Shore,

water

Fresh, healthy, authentic

water Beach,

4103 Tampa Rd., Oldsmar,

727-797-3700 $-$$

dishes, and a vegetarian menu

727-445-1155 $-$$

813-814-9988 $-$$

Greek Market Cafe, Soup,

Italian cuisine, pasta dishes,

Malaysian Chinese Restaurant

salad, pizza and sandwiches

soup & salad, wine & liquor,

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575 S. Ft. Harrison Ave.,

1153 Main Street (S.R. 580),

Clearwater

Dunedin,

400 Beach Seafood & Tap

burg

727-449-2988 $$

727-736-8821 $$$

House

727-896-3800 $$

New American

world-class cuisine, six

400 Beach Drive NE, St.

Eclectic & International

Pico Rojo Charcoal Rotis-

course meals, exclusive

Petersburg,

Cuisine

serie

French and California wines

727-896-2400 $$-$$$

Gigi’s Italian

2475 McMullen Booth Rd.,

Spoto’s Steak Joint

Raw bar, beers and wines,

Restaurants

#E (accessible via Enterprise

1280 Main St.,

seafood, sushi, salads

6852 Gulfport Blvd., South

Rd.) Clearwater,

Dunedin,

Ai- Mei Sakura Japanese &

Pasadena,

Massimo’s Eclectic Fine

727-474-3826 $-$$

727-734-0008 $$

Thai Restaurant

727-345-0191, 105 107th

Dining

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American, casual bar inside of

4200 34th St. S., St. Peters-

Avenue, Treasure Island, 727-

31876 U.S Hwy. 19 N., Palm

American flair

restaurant

burg,

360-6905, 4399 Gulf Blvd., St.

Harbor,

Portofino Mediterranean

Terrace Cafe at Bon Appetit

727-867-0965 $-$$

Pete Beach, 727-363-3344,

727-784-1881 $$$

Grill

150 Marina Plaza, Dunedin

Sushi, Thai or Japanese

5901 4th Street North, St.

contemporary Italian and

18825 U.S Hwy. 19 N.,

Marina, Dunedin,

Cuisine

Petersburg, 727-562-2400

Mediterranean cuisine with

Clearwater,

727-733-2151 $-$$

Bella Brava

$$-$$$ Italian, pizza, pasta,

Asian accents, extensive wine

727-286-6234 $$-$$$

casual al fresco waterfront

204 Beach Dr.,

steaks, extensive wine list

Mystic Fish Seafood

traditional Mediterranean

dining, salad and entrees

NE St. Petersburg

Gratzzi Italian Grille

Grill & Bar

cuisine

Thai Coconut

727-895-5515 $$

211 2nd St. S., St. Petersburg,

3253 Tampa Rd. (in Shoppes

Riverside Grille House &

1280 S. Missouri Ave., Clear-

Italian

727-623-9037 $$

at Cloverplace Center), Palm

Veranda

water,

Café Alma

authentic Italian cuisine, ex-

Harbor,

10 Dodecanese Blvd., Tarpon

727-475-1650 $$

260 First Ave. S. St. Peters-

tensive wine list, pizza bar

727-771-1800 $$

Springs,

Seafood, extensive Thai menu,

burg

Guppy’s on the Beach Sea-

Seafood Grill, meats,

727-937-2000 $$$

sushi bar

727-502-5002 $$

food Grill & Bar

lamb,fresh seafood and shell-

waterfront dining, diverse

Thai Spice Restaurant

Mediterranean

1701 Gulf Blvd., Indian Rocks

fish, wine list and full liquor

menu, live entertainment

2475 McMullen Booth Rd. #B,

Ceviche Tapas Bar

Beach,

service

Rosie’s Tavern of Dunedin

Clearwater,

10 Beach Dr., St. Petersburg

727-593-2032 $$

Mythos Greek Taverna

730 Broadway, Suite 1,

727-791-7050 $$

727-209-2299 $$

Seafood, steaks

13575- 58th Street &

Dunedin,

Fresh,healthy, authentic

Spanish

The Hangar Restaurant &

Ulmerton in the Icot Center,

727-724-4209 $

Thai cuisine, as well as Thai

Chateau France

Flight Lounge

Clearwater,

imported and crafted beers,

food with American flair.

136 Fourth Ave., N.E., St.

540 1st Street, SE, St. Peters-

727-538-4273 $$

fine wines, light bites

Petersburg 727-894-7163 $$

burg,

traditional Greek cuisine,

Salt Rock Grill

Thirsty Marlin

French

727-823-7767 $$-$$$

salad, seafood, and pasta

19325 Gulf Blvd.,

Grill & Bar

Columbia Restaurant

cafe, bistro, full- liquor bar

Olde Bay Cafe and Dunedin

Indian Shores

1023 Florida Ave.,

800 Second Ave. N.E., St.

The Hurricane

Fish Market

727-593-7625 $$$ Seafood,

Palm Harbor,

Petersburg,

807 Gulf Way, St. Pete Beach

51 Main St., Dunedin (at the

American

727-784-3469 $$

727-822-8000 $$

727-360-9558 $$

Marina),

Sea Sea Riders

Fresh seafood, steaks, sand-

authentic Spanish/Cuban

Seafood, American

727-733-2542 $-$$

221 Main St. (At Alt. 19 and

wiches, bar, live music

cuisine, daily chef specials

Jo Jo’s in Citta

outdoor seating, raw bar,

State Rd. 580), downtown

TooJay’s Gourmet Deli

Da Sesto Italiano Ristorante

200 Central Avenue, St.

fresh fish, seafood

Dunedin,

Westfield Shoppingtown,

e Vino

Petersburg,

Pan y Vino Brick Oven Pizza

727-734-1445 $-$$

Countryside, 27001 U.S Hwy

7199 66th Street, N., Pinellas

727-894-0075 $$

& Wine Bar

Seafood, desserts

19 N., Clearwater,

Park,

traditional flavors or South-

369 Main St., Dunedin,

SHOR American Seafood

727-723-7585 $

727-209-2695 $$-$$$

ern Italy, full bar, wine list

727-734-7700 $-$$

Grill

New York delicatessen, tradi-

Authentic Italian recipes,

Lanna Thai & Sushi

Wine bar and bistro, pizza,

Hyatt Regency Clearwater

tional deli menu, fresh bakery

original dishes

4871 Park Street N., St.

soup & salad

Beach, 301 S. Gulfview Blvd.,

Watercolour Steakhouse &

El Cap

Petersburg,

Pappas Ranch

Clearwater Beach,

Grille

3500 Fourth St. N., St.

727-545-3057 $$

2630 Gulf to Bay Blvd.,

727-373-4780 $$$

1201 Gulf Blvd. in the Mar-

Petersburg

Thai cuisine, wine and beer,

Clearwater,

show kitchen, Skimmers Bar,

riott Suites Clearwater Beach

727-521-1314 $

sushi

727-797-9800 $$

Seafood, American

on Sand Key,

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The Pearl Restaurant

Columbia Restaurant

6896 U.S Hwy. 19 N.,

163 107th Ave., Trea-

2117 E. Seventh Ave.,

Pinellas Park,

sure Island

Ybor City, Tampa,

727-828-0744 $

727-360-9151 $$

813-248-4961 $$

authentic New York

Mediterranean, Con-

authentic Spanish/Cu-

style subs and sand-

tinental

ban cuisine

wiches

Red Mesa

Fleming’s Prime Steak-

The Lobster Pot

4912 Fourth St. N., St.

house & Wine Bar

17814 Gulf Blvd., Red-

Petersburg

4322 West Boy Scout

ington Shores,

727-527-8728 $$

Blvd., Tampa 813-874-

727-391-8592 $$$

Mexican

9463 $$$$

Lobsters from around

Ricky P’s Po Boy Shop

Steakhouse

the world, fresh sea-

6521 4th Street North,

Louis Pappas Market

food, distinctive meats

St. Petersburg,

Cafe

Luna

727-525-2023 $

Shoppes at Citrus Park,

950 Lake Carillon Dr.

New Orleans cuisine

7877 Gunn Highway,

(in the Hilton St. Pe-

Spoto’s Grill 131

Ste. 106, Tampa,

tersburg Carillon Park),

13079 Park Blvd.,

813-926-5202 $-$$

St. Petersburg,

Seminole,

homemade soups,

727-954-2140 $$-$$$

727-393-1703 $$

mediterranean appetiz-

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health conscious, as

meals and cocktails,

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steaks, seafood

Maestro’s Cafe

selections

The Wine Cellar

Carol Morsani Hall

Marchand’s Bar and

17307 Gulf Blvd., N.

Lobby, S traz Perform-

Grill at the Vinoy

Redington Beach,

ing Arts Center,

501 5th Ave. N.E.,

727-393-3491 $$$

1010 N. MacInnes

St. Petersburg

Shrimp, lobster tails,

Place, Tampa,

727-824-1000 $$$$

Mahi Mahi, American

813-229-7827 $$-$$$

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Maestro’s on the River

255 Beach Drive N.E.,

Straz Performing Arts

St. Petersburg,

Antonio’s Pasta Grille

Center, 1010 N. Ma-

727-822-1032 $-$$

11401 56th St. N.,

cInnes Place, Tampa

American style cafe,

Temple Terrace,

813-229-7827 $$

caters special events

813-914-8899 $$

Light buffet dining

The Melting Pot

Italian, pizza

Maestro’s Restaurant

2221 4th St. N

Big City Tavern

Straz Performing Arts

St. Petersburg

1600 E. 8th, Suite C201,

Center, 1010 MacInnes

727895-6358 $$$

Ybor City 813-247-

Place, Tampa,

Fondue

3000 $$$

813-229-7827 $$$

Moon Under Water

New American

High quality dining

332 Beach Dr. N.E.,

Boizao Steakhouse

experience, New York

St. Petersburg

4606 Boy Scout Bou-

elegance flair

727-896-6160 $$

levard, Tampa,813-286-

Ocean Prime

English, Indian

7100 $$$

2205 N. Westshore

Parkshore Grill

Beef,pork,lamb,chick

Blvd., Tampa,

300 Beach Drive, St.

en, and sausage

813-490-5288 $$$

Petersburg,

Cauldron

American, world class

727-896-3463 $$$

2302 E. Seventh Avenue,

wines, cocktails, Sea-

Fine food, wine

Ybor City 813-248-

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5694 $$$ Jamacian

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Jackson’s Bistro

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homemade soups, salads,

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Armani’s

813-875-6660 $$$

813-223-7746 $$$

spun recipes

14445 N Dale Mabry Hwy,

2900 Bayport Dr., Tampa

Northern Italian

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Gallery Bistro

Mise En Place

1600 E. 8th Ave., Centro Ybor

813-265-6700 $$

Italian

International Plaza and Bay

442 W Kennedy, Tampa

813-242-6688 $$

French, Medditerannean

Bern’s Steakhouse

Street. 2223 North West-

813-254-5373 $$$

Japanese, Sushi

TooJay’s Gourmet Deli

1208 South Howard Ave.,

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Seasons 52

2223 Westshore Blvd., Tampa

Tampa

813-353-3838 $$

The Palm Restaurant

204 North Westshore Blvd.

813-348-4101 $

813-251-2421 $$$$

American

205 Westshore Plaza, Tampa

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1611 W. Swann Ave.,

Mediterranean

Spanish

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Shula’s Steak House

813-254-9463 $$

3225 S. MacDill, Tampa

4860 West Kennedy Blvd.

Continental

813-902-8828 $

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Bakery & Cafe

813-286-4366 $$$

P.F. Chang’s

Steakhouse

219 WestShore Plaza, Tampa

Sidebern’s

Cantina Laredo

813-289-8400

2208 W. Morrison Ave., Tampa

2000 Piazza Ave. ( Wesley Cha-

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813-258-2233 $$$

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2507 S MacDill, Tampa

Continental

Authentic Mexican cooking

813-258-1916 $$$

T.C. Choy’s

French/Vietnamese

301 S. Howard Ave., Tampa

Roy’s

813-251-1191 $$

& Fishery

4342 W. Boy Scout Blvd. Tampa

Asian

3383 Commercial Way,

813-873-7697 $$$

Timpano Italian Chophouse

Spring Hill,

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1610 W. Swann Ave., Tampa

352-683-1364 $-$$

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OUR TOWN A Pair to Remember Easter Seals Florida presents A Pair to Remember held at the Tampa Yacht and Country Club. This event is the ultimate girls’ luncheon and fashion show celebrating the arrival of spring and the hottest new trends. Featuring pampering services and a silent auction with the best in shoes, spa packages, getaways and much more.Your support will help in our mission to serve children with special needs! June 1 at 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Tampa Bay Yacht Club 5320 Interbay Blvd. Tampa, FL 33611 813-831-1611 Or visit: www.fl.easterseals.com Mozart’s “The Marriage of Figaro” From the first notes of the famous overture to the glorious celebration of love and marriage at the end, the opera is packed with great “characters” and sparkling music. W. A. Mozart’s comic opera immerses us in the scandalous depiction of the pleasure-seeking nobleman, Count Almaviva, who is upstaged by his crafty, quick-witted servant, Figaro, in their quest for the same woman - Susanna. Brides beware, your worst wedding day nightmare is about to come true! Add Cherubino, a teenage boy infatuated with love who is enthralled with the Countess Almaviva, and you have a fun twist at every turn. These 18th-Century characters may not have had Facebook, but they certainly understand social networking and their latest ‘postings’ thicken the plot constantly. Everyone ultimately ends up with the right partner, but not before a day filled with chaos. Sung in Italian with English subtitles. June 1 - June 5 at 7:30 p.m. The Palladium Theater 253 5th Ave. N St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-822-3590 Or visit: www.spcollege.edu/palladium Flying Monsters For thousands of years, humans have believed that there were once flying monsters. Such creatures became mythologized, with stories about them shared around the world. But could they have really existed? About 220 million years ago dinosaurs were on the rise to dominating the Earth. But another group of reptiles was about to make an

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extraordinary leap—control of the skies. They were the pterosaurs—after insects, the first animals ever to fly. The story of how and why these mysterious creatures took to the air is more fantastical than any fiction. June 1 - June 17 at various times Museum of Science and Industry 4801 E Fowler Ave. Tampa, FL 33617 813-987-6000 Or visit: www.mosi.org/ Brothers of the Sun Tour: Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw will reunite for the musical event of 2012, the ‘Brothers of the Sun’ Tour. The 19-date stadium tour finds Chesney, who consistently has crowds eating up his every word and move, joined by master showman McGraw for an once-in-a-lifetime experience. ‘Brothers of the Sun’ will be the first time in 10 years that Chesney and McGraw have hit the road together. The reunion will kick off June 2nd in Tampa, FL and will feature stadium shows on weekend dates at venues across the country. June 2 at 4:30 p.m. Raymond James Stadium 4201 North Dale Mabry Highway Tampa, FL 33607 813-350-6500 Or visit: www.raymondjamesstadium.com

Or visit: www.tampabaytimesforum.com Bon Iver Fronted by singer-songwriter Justin Vernon, Bon Iver also consists of Mike Noyce, Sean Carey and Matt MacCaughan. Vernon independently released Bon Iver’s debut album For Emma, Forever Ago in 2007, most of which was recorded during a four-month stay in a remote cabin in Wisconsin. The group’s second album, Bon Iver, which was released in June 2011 to universal acclaim, was named by Pitchfork Media as the best album of 2011 on their annual list. At the 2012 Grammy Awards, the album won Best Alternative Album and the group was awarded Best New Artist. Don’t miss an amazing performance by one of today’s most talented artists. June 7 at 8:00 p.m. David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts 1010 North Macinnes Place Tampa, FL 33602 813-229-7827 Or visit: www.strazcenter.org Coldplay Coldplay, arguably the most popular band in the world, are going on tour in support of their most recent album, Mylo Xyloto,

which has already spawned the singles “Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall,” “Paradise,” “Charlie Brown,” and “Princess of China.” If you’re a fan of intelligent, melodic modern rock, this is one world tour you won’t want to miss when it comes to Tampa. June 28 at 7:00 p.m. Tampa Bay Times Forum 401 Channelside Dr. Tampa, FL 33602 813-301-6500 Or visit: www.tampabaytimesforum.com Fresh Music Festival The Fresh Music Festival is a celebration of the best in R&B, Hip/Hop, Soul and Comedy. Founder and creator of the festival, Gary S. Guidry, wanted to bring the best in music to one stage! This year’s festival features an absolutely outstanding lineup with some of today’s hottest performers, so kick off your summer with a party! July 7 at 8:00 p.m. USF Sun Dome 4202 East Fowler Ave Tampa, FL 33620 813-974-3111 Or visit: www.sundomearena.com

Avicii After an incredible year - with worldwide hit singles like Bromance and My Feelings For You plus hit remixes of Tiësto, Robyn, David Guetta, and Bob Sinclar - all bodes right for Avicii in 2011. With massive monster tracks lined up and many of the world’s biggest events headlining Avicii on the bill, little is left to dispute that 2012 will be this enviously young talent’s year. No surprise when his first release of 2011, Street Dancer, went straight for number one on the worldwide Beatport charts.Among upcoming releases are the highly anticipated remixes of Armin van Buuren - Drowning and Daft Punk - Derezzed as well as his own Penguin, Silhouettes,Abow and the mysterious ID circulating countless forums around the web. June 7 at 8:00 p.m. Tampa Bay Times Forum 401 Channelside Dr. Tampa, FL 33602 813-301-6500

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WHAT’S HAPPENING? Mayhem Festival

Tampa, FL 33610

July 13 at 1:30 p.m.

813-740-2446

1-800-ASK-GARY Amphitheatre

Paul Oakenfold

4802 US Highway 301 N.

July 20 at 9:00 p.m.

Tampa, FL 33610

The Ritz Ybor

813-740-2446

1503 E 7th Ave. Tampa, FL 33605

Last Summer on Earth Tour:

813-247-2555

Barenaked Ladies

One Direction CONCERTS

Fiesta Maxima

Def Leppard and Poison

June 16 at 5:00 p.m.

June 30 at 7:00 p.m.

Neil Diamond

1-800-ASK-GARY Amphi-

Tampa Bay Times Forum

June 3 at 8:00 p.m.

theatre

401 Channelside Dr.

Tampa Bay Times Forum

4802 US Highway 301 N.

Tampa,FL 33602

401 Channelside Dr.

Tampa, FL 33610

813-301-6500

Tampa, FL 33602

813-740-2446

813-301-6500

Kaskade Jon Oliva’s Pain

July 13 at 6:30 p.m.

City and Colour

June 16 at 9:00 p.m.

Florida State Fairgrounds

June 5 at 8:00 p.m.

The Ritz Ybor

Expo Hall

The Ritz Ybor

1503 E 7th Ave.

4800 US Highway 301 N.

1503 E 7th Ave.

Tampa, FL 33605

Tampa, FL 33680

Tampa, FL 33605

813-247-2555

813-621-7821

813-247-2555 Beat Connection Two Door Cinema Club

June 26 at 7:00 p.m.

June 6 at 8:00 p.m.

Orpheum

The Ritz Ybor

1915 E 7th Ave.

1503 E 7th Ave.

Tampa, FL 33605

Tampa, FL 33605

813-248-9500

July 17 at 7:00 p.m.

Sugarland

1-800-ASK-GARY Amphi-

July 27 at 7:30 p.m.

theatre

1-800-ASK-GARY Amphi-

4802 US Highway 301 N.

theatre

Tampa, FL 33610

4802 US Highway 301 N.

813-740-2446

Tampa, FL 33610 813-740-2446

Dave Matthews Band July 18 at 7:00 p.m.

Kiss and Motley Crue

1-800-ASK-GARY Amphi-

July 28 at 7:30 p.m.

theatre

1-800-ASK-GARY Amphi-

4802 US Highway 301 N.

theatre

Tampa, FL 33610

4802 US Highway 301 N.

813-740-2446

Tampa, FL 33610 813-740-2446

311 & Slightly Stoopid July 20 at 6:30 p.m. 1-800-ASK-GARY Amphitheatre 4802 US Highway 301 N.

813-247-2555 One Direction Afrojack

June 29 at 7:30 p.m.

June 15 at 7:00 p.m.

1-800-ASK-GARY Amphi-

Florida State Fairgrounds

theatre

Expo Hall

4802 US Highway 301 N.

4800 US Highway 301 N.

Tampa, FL 33610

Tampa, FL 33680

813-740-2446

813-621-7821

Dave Matthews Band

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Diamond Hill Golf &

Cypress Course

The Palms Course

The Claw At USF

Country Club

9 holes over 3,265 yards with a

18 holes over 6,422 yards with

13801 N 46th St, Tampa

13115 Sydney Rd, Dover

par of 36 (Private Non-Equity)

a par of 72 (Private Non-

813-632-6893

813-689-7219

Sands Course

Equity)

18 holes over 6,809 yards with

18 holes over 6,920 yards with a

9 holes over 3,210 yards with a

The Bay Course

a par of 71 (Public)

par of 72 (Public)

par of 36 (Private Non-Equity)

18 holes over 6,761 yards with

Clearwater Country Club

East Bay Golf Club

Feather Sound Country Club

a par of 72 (Private Non-

525 N Betty Ln, Clearwater

702 Country Club Dr, Largo

2201 Feather Sound Dr,

Airco Golf Course

Equity)

727-446-9501

727-584-7111

Clearwater

13690 Stonybrook Dr,

Bloomingdale Golfers Club

18 holes over 6,231 yards with

18 holes over 6,451 yards with

727-573-5666

Clearwater

4113 Great Golfers Pl,Valrico

a par of 72 (Public)

a par of 71 (Public)

18 holes over 6,856 yards with

727-573-4653

813-685-4105

Clearwater Executive Golf

East Lake Woodlands Country

a par of 72 (Private Non-

18 holes over 6,635 yards with

18 holes over 7,165 yards with

Course

Club

Equity)

a par of 72 (Municipal)

a par of 72 (Public)

1875 Airport Dr, Clearwater

1055 E Lake Woodlands Pkwy,

Freedom Fairways

Apollo Beach Golf & Sea Club

Buckhorn Springs Golf &

727-447-5272

Oldsmar

3940 Upper Creek Dr, Sun City

801 Golf and Sea Blvd, Apollo

Country Club

18 holes over 4,350 yards with

727-784-7270

Center

Beach

2721 S Miller Rd,Valrico

a par of 63 (Municipal)

18 holes over 6,803 yards with

813-633-4653

813-645-6212

813-689-7766

The Club Renaissance

a par of 72 (Private Non-

18 holes over 3,099 yards with

18 holes over 7,060 yards with

18 holes over 6,888 yards with

2121 S Pebble Beach Blvd,

Equity)

a par of 63 (Public)

a par of 72 (Public)

a par of 72 (Private Non-

Sun City Center

South Course

The Golf Club of Cypress

Avila Golf & Country Club

Equity)

813-642-9091

18 holes over 6,796 yards with

Creek

943 Guisando de Avila, Tampa

Buffalo Creek Golf Course

18 holes over 6,701 yards with

a par of 72 (Private Non-

1011 Cypress Village Blvd,

813-961-1754

8100 69th St E, Palmetto

a par of 72 (Private Non-

Equity)

Ruskin

18 holes over 7,005 yards with

941-776-2611

Equity)

Emerald Greens Golf Resort &

813-634-8888

a par of 72 (Private Non-

18 holes over 7,005 yards with

Countryside Country Club

Country Club

18 holes over 6,839 yards with

Equity)

a par of 72 (Municipal)

3001 Countryside Blvd,

13941 Clubhouse Dr, Tampa

a par of 72 (Public)

Babe Zaharias Golf Course

Caloosa Golf & Country Club

Clearwater

813-961-1381

Heritage Isles Golf & Country

11412 Forest Hills Dr, Tampa

2115 Caloosa Blvd, Sun City

727-796-1135

Pine Course

Club

813-631-4374

Center

9 holes (Private Non-Equity)

9 holes (Private Non-Equity)

10630 Plantation Bay Dr, Tampa

18 holes over 6,163 yards with

813-634-2870

Lake Course

Cypress Course

813-907-7388

a par of 70 (Municipal)

18 holes over 6,388 yards with

9 holes (Private Non-Equity)

9 holes (Private Non-Equity)

18 holes over 6,976 yards with

Bardmoor Golf & Tennis Club

a par of 72 (Private Equity)

Pine Course

Meadows Course

a par of 72 (Public)

8001 Cumberland Rd, Largo

Caloosa Greens Executive Golf

9 holes (Private Non-Equity)

9 holes (Private Non-Equity)

Hunter’s Green Country Club

727-392-1234

Course

Countryway Golf Course

Fairway Village Golf Course

18101 Longwater Run Dr,

18 holes over 7,000 yards with

2205 Del Webb Blvd, Sun City

11111 W. Waters Ave, Tampa

1100 Belcher Rd S, Largo

Tampa

a par of 72 (Public)

Center

813-854-1182

727-531-8134

813-973-1000

Bayou Golf Club

813-633-3958

18 holes over 3,471 yards with a

9 holes over 1,206 yards with a

18 holes over 6,979 yards with

7979 Bayou Club Blvd, Largo

18 holes over 3,044 yards with

par of 61 (Public)

par of 27 (Private Equity)

a par of 72 (Private Non-

727-399-1000

a par of 60 (Private Non-

Cove Cay Country Club

Falcon Watch Golf Club

Equity)

18 holes over 7,054 yards with

Equity)

2612 Cove Cay Dr, Clearwater

1000 Kings Blvd, Sun City

Imperial Lakewoods Golf Club

a par of 72 (Private Non-

Chi Chi Rodriguez Golf Club

727-535-1406

Center

9860 Buffalo Rd, Palmetto

Equity)

3030 N McMullen Booth Rd,

18 holes over 6,002 yards with

813-634-3038

800-642-2193

Bay Palms Golf Complex

Clearwater

a par of 70 (Public)

Challenge Course

18 holes over 7,019 yards with

1803 Golf Course Ave, MacDill

727-726-8829

9 holes over 3,280 yards with a

a par of 72 (Public)

18 holes over 5,454 yards with

par of 36 (Private Non-Equity)

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18 holes over 6,284 yards with

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36750 U.S. Highway 19 N., Palm

13600 National Golf Dr, Tampa

River Hills

Harbor

813-926-8888

Country Club

727-942-2000

18 holes over 7,236 yards with

3943 New River Hills Pkwy,

Isla Del Sol Yacht & Country

a par of 72 (Private Non-Equity)

Valrico

Club

On Top Of The World Golf

813-653-1554

6000 Sun Blvd, Saint Petersburg

Course

18 holes over 7,007 yards with

727-906-4752

2367 World Parkway Blvd,

a par of 72 (Private)

18 holes over 6,392 yards with

Clearwater

The Riverside

a par of 72 (Private Equity)

727-726-7773

Golf Club

Kings Point Executive Golf

On Top Of World 1 Course

1 Pier Dr, Ruskin

Course

18 holes over 4,023 yards with

813-645-2000

202 Cambridge Trl,

a par of 65 (Private Equity)

18 holes over 6,117 yards with

Sun City Center

On Top Of World 2 Course

a par of 70 (Public)

813-634-6261

9 holes over 1,661 yards with a

Rocky Point Golf Course

8 holes over 2,734 yards with a

par of 33 (Private Equity)

4151 Dana Shores Dr, Tampa

par of 56 (Private Non-Equity)

Palma Ceia Golf & Country

813-673-4316

Mangrove Bay Golf Course

Club

18 holes over 6,444 yards with

875 62nd Ave NE, Saint

1601 S MacDill Ave, Tampa

a par of 71 (Municipal)

Petersburg

813-253-3061

Rogers Park Golf Course

727-893-7800

18 holes over 6,211 yards with

7911 N 30th St, Tampa

Mangrove Bay Course

a par of 70 (Private Non-Equity)

813-356-1670

18 holes over 6,779 yards with

Palm View Hills Golf Course

18 holes over 6,593 yards with

a par of 72 (Municipal)

5712 28th Ave E, Palmetto

a par of 72 (Municipal)

Cypress Links Course

941-722-2392

Sandpiper Golf Club

9 holes over 6,656 yards with a

18 holes over 3,485 yards with

1702 S Pebble Beach Blvd, Sun

par of 72 (Municipal)

a par of 63 (Public)

City Center

Mainlands Golf Club

Pasadena Yacht & Country Club

800-237-8200

9445 Mainlands Blvd W,

6300 Pasadena Point Blvd S,

9 holes over 3,258 yards with a

Pinellas Park

Gulfport

par of 36 (Private Non-Equity)

727-577-4847

727-381-7922

Oaks Course

18 holes over 4,190 yards with

18 holes over 6,339 yards with

9 holes over 3,154 yards with a

a par of 63 (Public)

a par of 72 (Private Non-Equity)

par of 36 (Private Non-Equity)

Northdale Golf & Tennis Club

Pebble Creek

Palm Course

4417 Northdale Blvd, Tampa

Golf Club

9 holes over 3,170 yards with a

813-962-0428

10550 Regents Park Dr, Tampa

par of 36 (Private Non-Equity)

18 holes over 6,824 yards with

813-973-3870

Scepter Golf Club

a par of 72 (Public)

18 holes over 6,436 yards with

1226 Newport Loop, Sun City

North Lakes Golf Course

a par of 71 (Public)

Center

1225 N Pebble Beach Blvd, Sun

The Renaisssance

813-634-4393

City Center

Vinoy Golf Club

18 holes over 6,717 yards with

813-634-1224

600 Snell Isle Blvd NE, Saint

a par of 72 (Private Non-Equity)

18 holes over 6,515 yards with

Petersburg

a par of 72 (Private Non-Equity)

727-896-8000

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Seminole Lake Country Club

a par of 72 (Private Equity)

6100 Augusta Blvd, Seminole

Terrace Hill Golf Club

727-391-6255

7740 Temple Terrace Hwy,

18 holes over 6,501 yards with

Tampa

a par of 71 (Public)

813-985-4653

St. Petersburg Country Club

9holes over 1,854 yards with a

2000 Country Club Way S, Saint

par of 30 (Public)

Petersburg

Treasure Bay Golf & Tennis

727-867-2111

10315 Paradise Blvd,

18 holes over 6,388 yards with

Treasure Island

a par of 72 (Private Equity)

727-360-6062

Summerfield Crossing Golf Club

9 holes over 905 yards with a

13050 Summerfield Blvd,

par of 27 (Municipal)

Riverview

Twin Brooks Golf Course

813-671-3311

3800 22nd Ave S,

18 holes over 6,903 yards with

Saint Petersburg

a par of 71 (Public)

727-893-7445

Tampa Palms Golf & Country

18 holes over 2,016 yards with

Club

a par of 54 (Municipal)

5811 Tampa Palms Blvd, Tampa

Westchase Golf Club

813-972-1444

11602 Westchase Golf Dr,

18 holes over 7,004 yards with

Tampa

a par of 72 (Private Equity)

813-854-2331

Temple Terrace Golf &

18 holes over 6,710 yards with

Country Club

a par of 72 (Public)

200 Inverness Ave, Temple

Westchase 2 Course

Terrace

9 holes (Public)

813-988-1791 18 holes over 6,414 yards with

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Dunedin Brewery

Howl at the Moon

2702 W Kennedy Blvd, Tampa

5112 E Fowler Ave., Tampa

937 Douglas Ave., Dunedin

615 Channelside Drive,

813-878-2700

813-988-8656

727-736-0606

Tampa

Blue Martini

Club Kush

Dunedin House of Beer

813-226-2261

2223 N West Shore Blvd #

4235 N. Armenia Ave, Tampa

927 A Broadway, Dunedin

The Hub

B203, Tampa

813-443-5737

727-216-6318

19 N Franklin St., Tampa

813-873-2583

Club Syke

The Emerald

813-229-1553

Boomerang Martini Bar

1509 E 8th Ave, Tampa

550 Central Ave., St. Peters-

Hyde Park Cafe

CLUBS / BARS

2016 Town Center Blvd,

813-247-6606

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1801 W Platt St, Tampa

717 South

Brandon

Coyote Ugly Saloon

727-898-6054

813-254-2233

717 South Howard Ave,

813-655-1700

1722 East 7th Avenue

Empire Inc.

The Independent

Tampa

Brahman Lounge & Liquors

Between 17th & 18th, Tampa

1902 E 7th Ave, Tampa

29 3rd St N, St Petersburg

813-250-1661

9425 Causeway Blvd, Tampa

813-242-8856

813-247-2582

727-820-9514

Adobe Gila’s

813-626-7876

Crowbar

Fly Bar

Jackson’s Bistro

1600 E. 8th Ave

Caddy’s on the Beach

1812 N 17th St.,Ybor City

1202 N Franklin St., Tampa

601 S Harbour Island Blvd

Suite D-204, Tampa,

900 W Gulf Blvd., Sunset

813-241-8600

813-275-5000

#100, Tampa

813-241-8588

Beach,

Czar

Four Green Fields

813-277-0112

Aja

Treasure Island

1430 E 7th Ave, Tampa

205 W Platt St, Tampa

Jack Willie’s

290 South Meridian, Tampa

727-360-4993

813-247-2664

813-254-4444

1011 Saint Petersburg Dr W,

813-373-2633

Cafe Denali

The Dallas Bull

Friendly Tavern

Oldsmar

Aja Wiregrass

1327 East 7th Ave, Tampa

3322 U.S. 301 N, Tampa

18121 Gulf Blvd., Redington

813-854-1972

28211 Paseo Drive Suite 100,

813-287-9717

813-987-2855

Shores; 727-393-4470

Kahuna’s Bar & Grill

Wesley Chapel

Castle Bar

Daiquiri Deck & Oceanside

Fuma Bella

10515 Gandy Blvd., St. Pe-

813-994-0002

2004 N 16th St, Tampa

Grill

1318 E Eighth Ave.,Ybor City

tersburg; 727-576-7800

A Taste For Wine

813-247-7547

14995 Gulf Blvd, Madeira

813-248-6130

Ka’Tiki

241 Central Ave., St. Peters-

Ceviche

Beach

G.Bar

8803 W Gulf Blvd., Treasure

burg

10 Beach Drive, St. Peters-

727-393-2706

1401 E Seventh Ave.,Ybor

Island; 727-360-2272

727-895-1623

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Dave’s Aqua Lounge

City;

The Kennedy

Azalea Lounge

727-209-2299

10820 Gandy Blvd. St. Peters-

813-247-1016

2408 W Kennedy Blvd.,

1502 N Florida Ave., Tampa

The Chic-a-Boom Room

burg; 727-576-1091

Gaspar’s Grotto

Tampa

813-228-0139

319 Main St., Dunedin,

The Dirty Martini

1805 E Seventh Ave.,Ybor

813-259-9669

Bahama Breeze

727-736-5284

25032 U.S. 19 N, Clearwater

City;

Lit Cigar Lounge

3045 N Rocky Point Dr E,

Club Excetera

727-796-2442

813-248-5900

615 Channelside Dr, Tampa

Tampa

2520 N. 50th Street, Tampa

Dolce Vita Lounge

Gators on the Pass

813-221-5548

813-289-7922

813-247-2970

615 Channelside Dr, Tampa

12754 Kingfish Drive, Trea-

The Lodge

Bar Louie

Code

813-579-7988

sure Island. 727-367-8951

516 S Howard Ave., Tampa

2223 N West Shore Blvd #

1507 7th Ave, Tampa

Drynk

Hammer Heads Billiard

813-251-5634

B202, Tampa

813-247-9070

302 S Howard Ave, Tampa

Lounge

Mac Dinton’s

813-874-1919

The Columbia

813-251-5552

1916 U.S. 19 N, Holiday

405 S Howard Ave, Tampa

Bella Brava

2117 E Seventh Ave.,Ybor

Dubliner Pub

727-939-9494

813-251-8999

204 Beach Dr. NE, St. Pete

City

2307 W Azeele St, Tampa

Hattrick’s

Mad Dogs & Englishmen

727-895-5515

813-248-4961

813-258-2257

107 S Franklin St., Tampa

4115 S Macdill Ave, Tampa

813-225-4288

813-832-3037

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Mahuffer’s

O’Maddy’s Bar & Grille

19201 Gulf Blvd., Indian

5405 Shore Blvd, Gulfport

Shores

727-323-8643

727-596-0226

Palm Pavilion Grill & Bar

Mangroves Bar & Grill

10 Bay Esplanade, Clearwater

208 S Howard Ave, Tampa

727-446-2641

813-258-3302

Peabody’s Billiards

Market on 7th

15333 Amberly Drive, Tampa

1816 E Seventh Ave.,Ybor

813-972-1725

City;

Pegasus Lounge

813-248-2356

10008 N 30th St., Tampa

Mastry’s

813-971-1679

233 Central Ave., St. Peters-

Peg’s Cantina

burg

3038 Beach Blvd., Gulfport

727-822-3070

727-328-2720

Mirage

Prana

3605 W. Hilsborough Ave,

1619 E 7th Ave

Tampa

Tampa, FL 33605

The Reservoir

Swigwam Beach Bar

The Veranda at the Vinoy

813-673-8835

813-241-4139

1518 E Seventh Ave.,

336 Corey Ave., St. Pete

501 Fifth Ave. NE,

Mise En Place Restaurant

Pop Lounge

Ybor City

727-363-7944

St. Petersburg

442 W Kennedy Blvd # 110,

1609 E 7th Ave, Tampa

813-248-1442

Tampa Bay Brewing Co

727-894-1000

Tampa

813-506-1889

The Retreat

1600 E 8th Ave # A123,

Whiskey Park North

813-254-5373

Press Box Sports Emporium

123 S Hyde Park Ave., Tampa

Tampa

11921 N Dale Mabry Hwy #

Moon Under Water

222 S Dale Mabry Hwy,

813-254-2014

813-247-1422

6, Tampa

332 Beach Dr NE, St Peters-

Tampa

Rick’s on the River

Tank’s Tap Room

813-968-1515

burg

813-876-3528

2305 N Willow Ave., Tampa

13150 N Dale Mabry High-

Whitey’s Fox & Hounds

727-896-6160

Push Ultra Lounge

813-251-0369

way, Tampa

Irish Pub

Mr. Dunderbak’s

128 Third St. S,

Roy’s

813-961-2337

229 E Brandon Blvd.,Brandon

14929 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.,

St. Petersburg

4342 W Boy Scout Blvd,

Taps Wine & Beer Merchants

813-685-8151

Tampa

727-871-7874

Tampa

777 N Ashley Drive, Tampa

Wine Exchange Bistro

813-977-4104

The Rack

813-873-7697

813-463-1968

& Wine Bar

New World Brewery

1809 W. Platt St, Tampa

Splitsville

Tavern At Bayboro

1611 W. Swann Ave., Tampa

1313 E Eighth Ave.,Ybor City

813-250-1595

615 Channelside Drive,

121 7th Ave S, St Petersburg

813-254-9463

813-248-4969

Rare Olive

Tampa

727-821-1418

World of Beer

O’Brien’s Irish Pub

300 Central Ave # 101,

813-514-2695

Tiny Tap Tavern

9524 W Linebaugh Ave,

11744 N Dale Mabry High-

St Petersburg

Stroker’s

2105 W Morrison Ave. Tampa

Tampa;

way, Tampa

727-822-7273

11236 W Hillsborough Ave.,

813-258-5212

813-852-2337

813-961-4092

Raw Bar

Tampa

The Undertow

Yeoman’s Road Pub

O’Keefe’s Tavern

Downtown Tampa

813-814-2277

3850 Gulf Blvd.,

236 E Davis Blvd., Tampa

1219 S Fort Harrison Ave.,

777 N Ashley Dr, Tampa

Studio Inc.

St Pete Beach

813-251-2748

Clearwater

813-422-5220

3603 W Waters Ave., Tampa

727-368-9000

813-935-5212

The Venue

727-442-9034

2675 Ulmerton Road, St. Petersburg; 727-571-2222

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MEN’S ESSENTIALS Ray-Ban Meteor Sunglasses Plastic frame wayfarer sunglasses with tortoise shell gradient and visible yellow havana trim. Part of the ‘special series’ collection that uses vintage colors reproduced from the 60s. $160 www.ray-ban.com

Dunhill Grosgrain-Trimmed Straw Panama Hat Stave off the heat of a balmy summer’s day in gentlemanly style with this Dunhill straw Panama hat. Elegantly trimmed with navy grosgrain ribbon, it exudes a considered poise. Use it to complete a blazer-and-chinos look. $225 www.mrporter.com

Boca Do Lobo Equator Cooler Equator is the new acquire to Boca do Lobo’s - Coolors Collection. Equator is full of “Portugal”: soul, navigators & discovery, represented by the embossed hammered copper and the elegant wood lines. The delicate and detailed craftmanship equals one unique jewelry piece. It will help you travel the world while enjoying your favorite drinks and relax during the journey. www.bocadolobo.com

Burberry Brit Summer Edition for Men This new summer fragrance is inspired by the British summertime. This fragrance includes an ideal blend of the summer’s freshest ingredients. It includes top notes of fresh lime, cardamom, green mandarin and ginger. It has heart notes of warm cedar wood, wild rose and patchuli. It has base notes of vetiver essence, white musk, oriental woods and tonka beans. $62 www.burberry.com

Paul Smith Atticus Sandals PS by Paul Smith sandals with one lizard print and one plain brown leather strap, brass buckle and brown rubber footbed. Wear with rolled jeans or chinos and a bright T-shirt for a easy blend of comfort and summer style; pair with shorts for something breezy to wear at weekends. $270 www.paulsmith.co.uk

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3075 North Rocky Point Dr

Golf Resort & Country Club

4200 George J Bean Pkwy,

Hotel and Casino

East, Tampa

13941 Clubhouse Dr, Tampa

Tampa

5223 North Orient Road,

813-281-5677

813-916-1381

813-879-5151

Tampa

Comfort Suites

Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay

Marriott Waterside

813-627-7625

4506 Oak Fair Blvd, Tampa

2900 Bayport Drive

Hotel & Marina

Sheraton Tampa

877-410-6681

Tampa

700 South Florida Ave, Tampa

Riverwalk Hotel

Crowne Plaza Hotel

813-874-1234

813-221-4900

200 North Ashley Dr, Tampa

5303 West Kennedy Blvd,

Hilton Garden Inn

Renaissance Tampa Interna-

813-223-2222

Tampa

13305 Tampa Oaks Blvd,

tional Plaza

Staybridge Suites

813-289-1950

Temple Terrace

4200 Jim Walter Blvd, Tampa

3624 North Falkenburg Rd,

Don CeSar Beach Resort

813-342-5000

813-877-9200

Tampa, 813-227-4000

3400 Gulf Boulevard, Saint

Hilton Garden Inn

Renaissance Vinoy Resort

Tahitian Inn Cafe & Spa

Pete Beach

4052 Tampa Rd, Oldsmar

and Golf Club

601 S. Dale Mabry Hwy,

727-360-1881

813-891-9990

501 Fifth Ave NE,

Tampa

Don Vicente de Ybor

Hyatt Place Tampa

Saint Pete

813-877-6721

Historic Inn

11408 North 30th St, Tampa

727-894-1000

Westin Harbour Island

1915 Republica de Cuba,

813-979-1922

Saddlebrook Resort

725 South Harbour Island

Tampa

Hyatt Regency

5700 Saddlebrook Way

Blvd, Tampa

813-241-4545

211 North Tampa St, Tampa

Wesley Chapel

813-229-5000

Doubletree Hotel

813-225-1234

813-973-1111

4500 West Cypress St, Tampa

Hyatt Regency Clearwater

813-879-4800

Beach Resort & Spa

Embassy Suites

301 South Gulfview Blvd,

Downtown

Clearwater

513 S. Florida Ave, Tampa

727-373-1234

813-769-8300

Innisbrook: A Salamander

Embassy Suites Airport

Golf & Spa Resort

555 N. Westshore Blvd,

36750 U.S. Highway 19 N.,

Tampa

Palm Harbor

813-875-1555

727-942-2000

Embassy Suites Tampa

InterContinental Tampa

3705 Spectrum Blvd, Tampa

4860 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa

813-977-7066

866-915-1557

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