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Aids Walk St. Petersburg The eighth annual AIDS Walk St. Petersburg raised a record $155,000 in support of AIDS Service Association of Pinellas, Inc (ASAP). Since its inception thousands have walked the streets of St. Petersburg to honor the memory of those fallen, to support those affected and to educate others about the fight against HIV/AIDS. Currently ASAP serves over 1000 residents, which includes ASAP’s Pediatric AIDS program that supports over 100 children. - Karyn Ms. Frenchie Davis, American Idol Diva

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> It’s been ten years since the attack on the World Trade Center occurred and since that time we have survived the many ‘ups’ and ‘downs’ which followed and exist to this day. Hopefully, the armed conflicts we are participants in will soon end so that our great country can get back to the business of replenishing its confidence as well as its economic growth. Having a positive mindset will be the catalyst for strengthening these objectives. When it comes right down to reality, we know that the big corporations are all awash in cash and profitability. Next, we always seem to have a problem finding a parking space at the malls, leading us to believe that things are just not as bad as they appear. Now we face a presidential election year and while we never take political sides we hope that our elected officials begin working together in a bipartisan way to lead us back to prosperity.

Also, please remember that October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Lupus Awareness Month, National Diabetes Month and the more joyful celebration of Halloween … One of my personal favorites is Howl-O-Scream at Busch Gardens. The living dead haunts the dark side of the gardens. For all you zombie fans out there, this haunted house is a must see. We know you will enjoy reading and be entertained by this issue.We have had fun putting it together for you and if you haven’t already done so, why not use this opportunity to have Tampa Style find its way into your mailbox? Become a privileged subscriber by going online at www.styletome.com/subscribe.html < All the very best, Sincerely,

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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.

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.

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.

Holly V. Kapherr A graduate student in creative non-fiction at UCF, Holly V. Kapherr is also an alumnus of the Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Academy in Chicago and spent time as a personal chef and caterer in Paris, France. She is currently working on a book of essays exploring how fusion cuisine is created through political and cultural history. Her food writing has appeared in Altar Magazine, the Orlando Weekly and Cooking Light. She can be reached at hollykapherr@hotmail.com.

Jennifer Marcus A Florida native, Jennifer was born and raised in Miami, Florida. She attended Florida State University for undergraduate and graduate school and received her BA in Public Relations and Journalism and Master’s in Sports Administration. When Jennifer is not writing, she is training as a competitive baton twirler. She is a world champion and travels across the world performing and teaching clinics. You can check out more at www.jenmarcus.com.

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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Wearable Art Fashion Show

Rocky Bridges and Models wearing his designs

In its’ seventh year, this show sponsored by the Dunedin Fine Art Center, featured work by Joshua Veasey, Johnson Hunt, Ivan, Monica Londoño, Rocky Bridges and Kathleen Bridges, Kaitlyn Lynch, Leah Renee Pecoraro and Rogerio Martins. Creative designers made their outfits from grass sod to car parts to latex gloves, recycled books as well as a performance that included the seven deadly sins. The pre and post parties were an opportunity to mix with the designers and supporters of the show and the Center. Definitely a “must do” event to consider next year! - Karyn

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Retail Therapy DO YOU BUY THAT EXCUSE? By: Jessica Sanchez Read more at: StyleToMe.com

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psychiatric center and each store is like a

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> When it comes to dealing with stress men and women go about it differently. According to psychologists, the testosterone in men - while great for motivating them to change tires or leave ankle-deep puddles of water around the sink when they brush their teeth - also prompts them to bottle up stress like a genie that can only be released when they’re alone and watching a game as they drink beer (as long as their team doesn‘t fumble in the 4th quarter). Women are just the opposite. The estrogen in our bodies reaches out to hug stress in a hormonal embrace where it is fed and nurtured and allowed to grow into a defiant teenager that we don’t want to be left alone with. This is why, when we’re stressed, we seek out populated areas like malls. Men are told to manage their stress by exercising, eating healthy and sleeping well. That’s all it takes! All of those things can be done at home. Women, on the other hand, are a little more complicated. They’re told to try pilates, have a girl’s lunch, or pamper themselves at a spa, and all of these things must be done at the mall (reaching for sales and stretching your budget is an excellent form of retail pilates). For women the mall is simply one big psychiatric center and each store is like a personal therapist with a different specialty: • The mature but chic styles in department stores remind women of the careers they’ve worked so hard to achieve and this gives them pride.

They’ll later learn the pitfalls of buyer’s remorse when they realize they bought a purse that cost more than all of their other purchases combined. • Make-up counters may not get rid of stress itself, but they do away with the wrinkles and bags caused by stress.This restores confidence as it allows women to look as young on the outside as they feel on the inside. • Shoe stores are the equivalent of Xanax. • And lingerie stores let women work out any daddy issues that usually only surface on a cruise when they’re drunk. Even the generic Bourbon chicken at the food court tastes sweeter than any homecooked meal for the simple fact that she is not home and does not have to cook (or clean). But, like any therapy, there can be set-backs. A woman’s stress may go up as she walks by the Apple store because it may remind her of the husband and kids at home who play video games and watch TV instead of picking up around the house. For the most part though, when she walks out of the mall her arms may be weighed down by shopping bags, but her mind is (Buy-1-Get-1) free of stress! For those few hours she wasn’t lamenting the past or stressed about the future, she was truly living in the “now.” Unfortunately she’ll eventually come down from this high but she can tell herself that retail therapy is still cheaper than a psychiatrist.<

• Luxury stores bring out the inner teenager who spent money with reckless abandon because they thought it grew on trees.

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Z Hotel NYC

Industrial Light & Magic By: Holly V. Kapherr and Cliff Alejos Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> Long Island City is quickly becoming a haven for luxe boutique hotels for a fraction of Manhattan costs. Making a beeline for Manhattan? Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re probably on the hunt for luxury accommodations in the city. Maybe somewhere in Midtown with easy access to the attractions and shopping. Maybe you seek an alternative experience in the East Village or TriBeCa, where super-trendy hipsters hang and the celeb chefs flock to open their temples of cuisine. Consider this: Instead of taking in the sights from between the skyscrapers, Long Island City, just across the Queensboro Bridge, is the new, trendy place for savvy travelers with a taste for luxury. Two boutique hotels on the East River boast breathtaking views, attentive accommodations and amenities no Manhattan hotel could provide. Only three months young, The Z Hotel recently opened its revolving doors to a slew of young, hot European tourists looking for Manhattan luxe at Queens prices.The build-

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ing is tall and skinny, each room looking out over the East River with a stunning view of the skyline and Queensboro Bridge. Appointments like slate flooring, custom headboards and shabby-chic lighting fixtures made from Mason jars hint at a little Southern charm with signature New York flair. Each room is outfitted with fluffy towels, Egyptian cotton sheets with down comforters, two plush robes and a pair of flip flops for each guest emblazoned with the Z Hotel logo to go padding around the hotel in comfort. Check out local top stories on the flat-screen TV and bathe yourself in the fragrances of toiletries from San Francisco boutique Essentiel Elements. The rooftop of the Z Hotel hosts international DJs Thursday-Sunday nights, serving up pizza and signature drinks while the music pumps and spins. The Manhattan skyline twinkles at night, and on the opposite side of the hotel, take note of the Silvercup Studios, a Queens institution. Under the hotel lobby, another super-chic bar is a favorite hotspot of local singles dressed to the nines.


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The Ravel Hotel

Getting into the city is effortless with the complimentary shuttle service by The Z Hotel. Leaving from the hotel on the hour from 7am-11pm and transporting guests to Midtown (Lexington and 58th Street) as an amenity was a priceless (literally!) perk. Staying out late? A cab from Midtown will run about $10, and the 7, E & F trains run all night and the walk from the Court Square station is a quick, safe one. Just two blocks away, the Ravel Hotel is teeming with style, quality and character. With lovely views of Roosevelt Island, just like at the Z Hotel, each room at the Ravel faces the east side of Manhattan. Long Island City was a once industrial section of Queens is now revitalizing into an up-andcoming, trendy town where condos, hotels and restaurants are quickly coming out of the woodwork. Hotelier Ravi Patel, who first got his start with the Best Western chain, opened the Ravel (a combination of his first and last names) as a pet project, along with its sister hotel, the Hotel Chantelle, on the Lower

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East Side of Manhattan. With plans to expand to the space next door in the next few years, the Ravel Hotel is one of the original venues to have sprung up three years ago and still holds the standard in town today. Lounge in the teardrop lobby or grab a drink at the adjacent bar or one of the selfservice wine fountains (think Wine Bar in Winter Park for the inspiration). Visit the top floor where you will find Penthouse 808, a restaurant, bar and sometimes nightclub with an open-air rooftop and climate controlled space with a retractable accordion rooftop dependant on the weather. Enjoy full breakfast, including custom omelet station, with a morning view of the skyline or dress up for upscale dining and dancing with a well-stocked bar with 360-degree views of New York City skyline. Both guests and visitors can enjoy the penthouse, which shows off artistic sushi and Pan Asian cuisine until 10 p.m., and a stylish nightclub with renowned international DJs playing the best house music.

The contemporary, loft-style room is outfitted with glass showers, hardwood floors and a freestanding soaking tub. Catch some fresh, Manhattan air on the balcony or help yourself to the in-room bar filled with top shelf liquors and gourmet snacks. The hotel features a shuttle van that will take you to nearby destinations, restaurants, bus or subway stops that can get you anywhere in Manhattan within minutes. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best to fly into LaGuardia airport for your Long Island City stay, and a convenient shuttle from the hotel to the airport is a mere $25, a steal after a luxury stay at either one of these unique boutiques. < Z Hotel NYC; 11-01 43rd Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101; www.zhotelny.com; 877-256-5556 The Ravel Hotel; 8-08 Queens Plaza South, Long Island City, NY 11101; www.ravelhotel.com; 718-289-6101

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Jeff Faine By: Jennifer Marcus Photo courtesy of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> Living the dream is just what Tampa Bay Buccaneers center Jeff Faine is doing. Not only has he had a successful 9-year run in the National Football League following a memorable term at Notre Dame, but also he is a remarkable businessman and a generous donator as the head of The Faine House. Sundays in the fall, Raymond James Stadium is where Faine calls home, as he is a key member of the Bucs offensive line, but just two and a half hours away in the small city of Sanford, is where Faine got his football start. He showed a lot of promise as a center at Seminole High School and even earned the nickname, the “Faine Train.” While many universities showed interest, Faine landed himself at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana, a city with arguably the richest tradition in college football. “I can’t put into words my experiences,” said Faine. “Playing at Notre Dame is the one thing that can’t ever be replaced. Playing professional football is great, but there’s nothing like playing at Notre Dame. I wish I could go back everyday.” But don’t get him wrong. When he was drafted as the 21st pick of the 2003 NFL Draft, it was a dream come true. He spent his first three years with the Cleveland Browns and although they didn’t win many games, he says the fans were “truly great” and really “stand by you.” But it was his three-year stint with the New Orleans Saints that really made an impact on his life. Faine was part of the first team to play after Hurricane Katrina. “When I came to New Orleans, there were only two working stop lights. I watched the city come back to life.” He attributes his most meaningful NFL moment to the opening game in New Orleans after the storm. The Saints

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faced the Atlanta Falcons on Monday Night Football and ended up blowing them out of the water…but it was everything else that made the night so memorable. “It didn’t matter who we played. It was an amazing experience to see fans come back and to see the city of New Orleans come back. It was a break from their real problems and they got to enjoy a football game on that scale.” That game was a sellout, and there were another 60,000 people outside the stadium. It was an experience the city and Faine won’t ever forget. In 2008, Faine would travel back over to his home state to play for Tampa Bay. He grew up cheering for the team as a fan and it was his “dream come true” when he got to come back to Florida and play for his hometown team. “It’s a special feeling to have friends and family come over for a game.” Faine knows he is in the right place to one day finish his career. At the end of his contract, which ends in three years, Faine plans to pack up his pads, hang up his jersey, and focus on his multiple business endeavors and charity work. Some may think his departure will be premature, but Faine wants to “walk away from the game on my own terms.” He also knows how much damage the game does on the human body. It is clear Faine loves the game, but he will have plenty to shift his focus to once the game is done. Faine chose film to major in while at Notre Dame but it was the basic principles of a good work ethic, the preparation to adapt in situations and the general knowledge of how to work through problems that he learned in his basic classes. These would stick with him when he would enter into

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his first business venture, the Barley House, which was an Irish restaurant and bar in Akron, Ohio. It was so successful that it sold the most beer in the state three years in a row. Another location opened up in downtown Cleveland and was housed in a building in which Faine also owned leading him into the direction of real estate.

When Faine isn’t in the gym, protecting Tampa Bay quarterback Jeff Freeman, or running his beaucoup of businesses, he is relaxing at home in Harbor Island.

Amongst owning businesses in Ohio, he is also part owner of a steakhouse in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, and owns a clothing store and bar in downtown Orlando. (If you’re in Orlando, go check out The Other Bar.)

“Tampa has a little something for everyone. You can go to St. Petersburg or hit the beach in Clearwater. Downtown city life is on the rise and there are a lot of different areas of the city.”

Faine loved crunching numbers and just couldn’t get enough of the business world. Whether it is in real estate, the food industry, clothing, a production company, or as an investor, Faine knows how to make things as successful as possible. And he attributes and gives credit to his “fantastic” team of workers, which help run and operate his multiple businesses.

Most people like Tampa for its beautiful beaches, pleasant weather, and exciting nightlife and restaurants…and Faine agrees.

Plus, Faine adds, “It’s a great place to play football.The fans are good supporters. I love living here.” And Tampa loves having Faine as a part of their city as well.<

But Faine says, “I was making a great living and providing a lot of jobs, but it wasn’t enough. I wanted to give back.” Faine created The Faine House, a place to house teenagers that have aged out of the foster care system. His goal is to provide the teens with life skills and the necessary tools they will need to make something of themselves and capitalize on opportunities provided to them. “We require them to be drug free, finish high school or earn a GED, and move on to further their education whether it be an AA or grad school. The sky is the limit.”

I was making a great living and providing a lot of jobs, but it wasn’t enough. I wanted to give back.

Faine’s transition home for foster teens is making a world of difference and he hopes to see it continue to grow into every NFL city.

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Gary Sheffield 5-time winner of the Silver Slugger Award and is the 25th player in MLB history to reach 500 home runs!

By: Jennifer Marcus Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> Gorgeous weather, remarkable restaurants and stellar shopping are why most tourists come to Tampa. These are also the reasons why nearly 336,000 call Tampa home. One of these residents is baseball great Gary Sheffield, who dominated in major league baseball for 23 years. Retiring early in 2011, Sheffield is enjoying and living life to its fullest with his family in the place where he was born and raised. It was clear to see that Sheffield had the X factor early on when it came to baseball. His Tampa little league team placed second in the 1980 Little League World Series, one run shy of the title. He went on to win Gatorade National Player of the Year as a senior in high school and was drafted immediately by the Milwaukee Brewers as the 6th pick in the first round of the 1986 MLB Draft. Sheffield left Tampa and went on to have a successful 23-year run in MLB before returning to his home and settling down. Sheffield bounced amongst eight teams during his run, including the Milwaukee Brewers, San Diego Padres, Florida Marlins, Los Angeles Dodgers, Atlanta Braves, New York Yankees, Detroit Tigers, and the New York Mets. “The Marlins were my favorite team to play for,” said Sheffield. “It’s home. Anytime you can play in the major leagues close to home, it’s special. You get to play in front of your friends and family.”

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might seem like it was all glory, but Sheffield mentioned that the experience was “draining.” “It was draining getting to that point. There were so many ups and downs in innings and between games. And the season is so long. It was an emotional rollercoaster.” But don’t think it wasn’t worth it when that championship came. “When we won, it was an outer body experience. I couldn’t believe we got through all of it and achieved it with all the guys.” He also held the franchise record for the Marlins in home runs in a season at 42. It was slugging that Sheffield was extremely impressive. He was a 5-time winner of the Silver Slugger Award and is the 25th player in MLB history to reach 500 home runs, the first player as a New York Met. He was solid at the bat hitting at least 35 home runs for six different teams. His list of accolades goes on and on, but he should also be noted for what he does off the field. Sheffield has been very fortunate throughout his career, and it has been a passion of his to give back to the community.The Gary Sheffield Foundation will be reopening soon with several new changes. One of the main focuses has been providing scholarships to underprivileged kids. Sheffield will take about 20 testimonials at a time from children and teenagers assess their situation, and then select a recipient of the scholarship, intended to assist in education or athletics. “Kids write in about their life story.” One story Sheffield mentioned that touched him was a child who “took care of his sister and his brother, made sure his mom was fed, got straight A’s, all while going to high school.” Sheffield focuses on people in need who are trying to make something of themselves and for their families.

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“never forgot where I came from and always stayed the same.” For him Tampa “provides opportunities” and “is close to Disney World, Miami, and has really nice restaurants.” “I like the simple life in Tampa.” Of course he has his family in Tampa as well. He lives with his wife DeLeon and three children, Jaden, Noah, and Christian who are all in little league football right now with guess who as a coach… Sheffield himself. He coaches because he wants to know what his kids are learning and wants to see that they are learning correctly. But coaching 28 other kids is not what he expected. “It’s different than I expected. I thought it would be like riding a bike and since I knew a lot about the game of football and baseball, I thought teaching kids would be easy. But you have to take on the responsibility of someone else’s son and the parents are relying on you.” But Coach Sheffield knows “kids have to have positive reinforcement along with criticism for a good balance.” And being there once himself, Sheffield knows that those youth years are important ones. Who knew that little Gary Sheffield, member of the 1980 Little League runner up team, would go on to become one of baseball’s most recognized and successful athletes. “There have been a lot of ups and downs in the 23 years. I have fulfilled all my dreams and got everything I could possibly get out of it. I have no regrets.”<

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Tricks or Treats, Tampa Style By: Cathleen K. Bode Credits: Donna Marie Calantog Read more at: StyleToMe.com

The Dark Side of the Gardens - Howl-O-Scream at Busch Gardens

> It’s that time of year when the leaves start to turn, pumpkins and candy fill the stores, and everyone is in a spooktacular mood! I am referring to Halloween of course. Who wouldn’t love a holiday where an angel, devil, police officer, or a vampire can roam the street without causing anyone to blink an eye? I like to pick out my costume a good month or two in advance and sometimes even more than one. Every girl needs options, right?! As exciting as costume shopping is for me, dressing up is just a part of the fun. If you’re seeking some Halloween thrills, Tampa is filled with fun and scary Halloween celebrations that will make you laugh and scream. The city makes it easy to celebrate the favored holiday all month long. There are activities for everyone and endless choices of costumes to choose from. Even if you don’t want to get dressed up just be sure to put on a brave face and keep your friends close. You don’t know what’s lurking behind every corner… One of my personal favorites is Howl-OScream at Busch Gardens. The living dead

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haunts the dark side of the gardens. For all you zombie fans out there, this haunted house is a must see. With seven haunted houses and a chills and thrills show, HowlO-Scream cannot be missed, but it’s probably not the best idea for the faint at heart. Another spine-tingling attraction is the American Victory Ship with the ghosts of the Grey Lady. If zombies don’t scare you these spirits may as you join the Tampa Ghost Watchers for a night of paranormal investigations. Think Ghost Hunters. I already have the chills just thinking about it!

will keep you on your toes. Just make sure you’re wearing comfy shoes. Tampa definitely knows how to celebrate this howling holiday. There is fun for all ages, so no matter what your Halloween celebration style, Tampa’s got some screaming, spooktacular events in store for you! < Howl-O-Scream at Busch Gardens

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www.americanvictory.org Let’s not forget about the little ones. They won’t want to be left out of the “trick & treats.” Family fun awaits at the Lowry Park Zoo. Get lost in the “Tangled Terror” trail or experience the Roarin’ Roller-Ghoster ride. The Zoo Boo will have your precious cargo screaming with delight or perhaps with tears of joy. (Boo Hoo!)

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Lisa Casalino Jazz CD Release Party Songstress and resident Tampa Bay angelic vocalist, Lisa Casalino, released her first CD in August at The Don Vicente Inn de Ybor. This incredibly classy lady, along with her quintet, performed many of the pieces on her album: Introducing Lisa Casalino. It was a standing room only crowd. Afterward, there was a casual CD signing and a meet and greet. - Karyn

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> “I’m sittin’ on the dock of the bay, Watching the tide roll away, Ooh, I’m just sittin’ on the dock of the bay, Wastin’ time?!” Definitely not happening here… Tampa Bay’s been abuzz with lots to be a part of this past month and looking at our calendar, it’s only getting busier. A growing city that has something for everyone to keep you entertained. We aren’t “Wastin’ time” around with lots of fitness and health related events out there this past month which included, IFBB Pro Body Builder, Mark Antonek’s, St. Pete Muscle Classic on August 27th at The Palladium. Putting yourself up on stage for everyone to judge is difficult but many Pinellas PACE Center For Girls Inc: Love That Dress Event - Photo by Michael Blitch amateurs competed in: Men’s Bodybuilding, Women’s Bodybuilding, Women’s Figure, Women’s Bikini, along with Masters (over 40 and 50) and a Teen Division. The first Team Award was given to Bradley McNeff’s Team Relentless which had 5 competitors and took home six trophies. The Palladium is St. Pete’s premier commuStyle Events, News & Gossip nity theater for up-and-coming artists and From Around The City events and this was no exception.

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By: Karyn Anjali Glubis Photo by Michael Blitch Read more at: StyleToMe.com

Instead of “Watching the tide roll away” in this Bay, many came out to support the 5th Annual Macy’s Shop for Our CauseEarly Education Program also on August 27th. Since 2006, Shop for a Cause has raised more than $34 million for regional and local charities across the country. The goal this year was to raise $30,000. For purchasing a ticket, shoppers received 25% off on regular, sale and clearance merchandise throughout Macy’s stores. Proceeds went to help R.E.L. Preschool Program get the expanded space, materials and equipment needed to offer a higher quality educational program for the infants, toddlers and preschoolers. Macy’s, Inc., one of the nation’s premier retailers includes about 810 Macy’s department stores and furniture galleries in 45 states, the District of Columbia, Guam and Puerto Rico, as well as macys.com. Maroon 5, Train and Matt Nathanson didn’t allow you to be “Sittin’ here resting your bones” with the infectious rhythms generated at the 1-800-ASK-GARY Amphitheatre on August 31st. Hits such as Moves

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Like Jagger, She Will Be Loved, Marry Me and Come On Get Higher resounding through the theatre, the packed stadium was filled with the crowd’s energy and applause. 1-800-ASK-GARY Amphitheatre (originally Ford Amphitheatre) is an outdoor concert facility located on the Florida State Fairgrounds. With a capacity of approximately 20,000, it is the largest outdoor concertonly facility in the Tampa Bay area. September 8th was the Pinellas PACE Center For Girls Inc: Love That Dress Event at the St. Petersburg Marriott Hotel where “I watch(ed) ‘em (the dresses) roll away” literally off the rack. Hundreds of donated evening dresses priced between $10 and $45 were sold raising funds to provide girls and young women an opportunity for a better future through education, counseling, training and advocacy. Conveniently located near many popular attractions, the St. Petersburg Marriott Clearwater is located just 15 min from Tampa International Airport and 5 min from St. Petersburg/Clearwater. 717 South Guest Bartender Night to Benefit Community Tampa Bay on September 9th with Ernest Hooper, journalist for the St. Petersburg Times, and Lee Mezrah, President of Mezrah Financial and 13 Ugly Men member, was enjoyable to say the least. Put two “regular” people to bartend and it gets pretty interesting with a large, fun thirsty crowd. The mission of Community Tampa Bay is to promote dialogue and respect among all cultures, religions and races by cultivating leaders to change communities. This restaurant, with its 2 sided menu, Italian to Asian, is a must for anyone who is looking forward to something special and unique. “It’s two thousand miles I roamed, Just to make this dock my home…” This is just a taste of what’s been going on in and around Tampa Bay… 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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St. Pete Art & Fashion Week This inaugural event included a series of art and runway fashions shows, workshops, and boutique shows to highlight the talent and designers within St. Petersburg and support the city’s efforts to increase community awareness. Sponsored by Bright House Networks, funds raised benefited the All Children’s Hospital, the charity of Ro Martinez, one of the founding members of the event. She effortlessly worked with models and designers to make this a success with activities for the whole family. Mother Shana Lyons and patient, Andrew Kunnen

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Cody - Jacket: $1,590 (Gucci) • Shirt: $248 (Robert Graham) • Jeans: True Religion $180 (Neiman Marcus) Julia - Blouse: $475 (Dolce & Gabbana) • Bra: $138 (La Perla) • Skirt: Elie Tahari $298 (Neiman Marcus) • Shoes: Model owned • Hat & Gloves: Tina J. of Style Attic (price upon request)

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Beyoncé & Jay-Z Living a “Sweet Dream” By: Rebecca Coe Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> “I always said I would have a baby at 30,” said the Sasha Fierce singer, Beyoncé, in an interview with Piers Morgan on CNN in June 2011.The singer who turned 30 on September 4th was glowing at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles, California on August 28, as she revealed to the world that she and hubby, legendary rapper Jay-Z (real name: Shawn Carter), 41, are expecting their first child this spring! Beyoncé wore a stunning, loose-fitting red gown by Lanvin to the event and following her performance of “Love On Top” at the 2011 MTV VMAs, she put all the pregnancy rumors to rest by unbuttoning her purple sequenced D&G blazer, which revealed her three month baby bump. She looked ecstatic to share the news with all of her fans, as she rubbed her belly and smiled. Jay-Z was seen in the audience beaming as he watched his wife on stage share their news.

she put all the pregnancy rumors to rest by unbuttoning her purple sequenced D&G blazer, which revealed her three month baby bump.

The news of Beyoncé’s pregnancy broke Twitter records of tweets sent per second. @TwitterGlobalPR tweeted on Monday, August 29, 2011, that there were 8,868 tweets sent per second about the pregnancy, which was the most tweets per second ever recorded for a single event in history.

Beyoncé shows off her baby bump at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards

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The music power couple, Beyoncé and Jay-Z, have been married since 2008 and this is their first child together. In an interview with US Weekly, a source close to Jay-Z said, “Jay is ecstatic and over the moon. He really wanted this so badly.”<


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2. Red Statement Pants Wear them as skinny jeans or satin pants, either way you can’t go wrong. *Actress Demi Moore is wearing loose-fitting bright red satin pants with a white shirt and black leather jacket at a red carpet event.

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4. Bare Your Feminine Side with Lace *Actress Hayden Panettiere, wearing a classic black lace dress with black gladiator sandals. *Singer/Actress Selena Gomez is wearing a fun and flirty black lace dress with leather accents.

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One of the Greatest Shows on Earth! By: Holly V. Kapherr Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> In 1987, Blue Man Group started as a reaction to the emerging world of technology, the information age and electronic developments and continues to be relevant through the 2000s. In 2007, the Blue Man Group set up shop in Orlando at Universal CityWalk and the Sharp AQUOS Theatre, joining their shows in New York, Chicago, Boston, Las Vegas, Tokyo and Berlin. The Blue Men, three in each show, play instruments made from PVC and have an insatiable desire to drum on anything they can find. Blue men are static in appearance, namely, the ear-less, bright blue head and face, and nondescript, black utilitarian clothing. The show’s soundtrack is a remix of pop, techno and dance that keeps audiences dancing on the edge of their seats and in the aisles. They’re the strong, silent type, though. Early in development, the three founding members decided that the Blue Men would remain in character at all times—silent, innocent and the only “autograph” they’d sign would be a smudge of blue paint or a blue kiss. Since coming to Orlando, hundreds of thousands of people have come to the theatre to see the spectacle of music, comedy, light and sound that have marked the Blue Man Group performances since its inception. Their album “Audio” was nominated for a Grammy in 1999 and their satirical rock concert, How To Be a Megastar World Tour, has toured in more than 10 countries. The performance at Orlando’s Sharp AQUOS Theatre is a truly interactive experience and the Blue Men make an effort to include the audience as much as possible. The famous “poncho zone” is in the first four rows. Audience members sitting there

are provided with ponchos in case water, paint or any other substance the Blue Men use for the show is splashed. Don’t worry, it’s all washable, but those new Prada jeans are probably not a good idea. College students are also on the Group’s radar as rush tickets are available for $30 each on the day of the show. Just show a student ID and score fab tickets, subject to availability and for a limit of two per ID. Be a Blue Man VIP for an extra $20 for allaccess to the Bluephoria Lounge. You’ll don a blue wristband, receive a $10 commemorative show program, two free alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks, and relax in comfort 45 minutes before and after the show. After the show you’ll also get to meet one of the Blue Men one-on-one for a memorable and intimate experience with these true artists. Don’t forget the “autograph,” you might just get a “blue kiss” on your forehead! Can’t make it to the Sharp AQUOS theatre at Universal CityWalk? Blue Man Group is on the big, big screen, too, in a 3D IMAX experience sure to wow. “Blue Man Group: Mind Blast” is a whole new experience to explore, and it’s full of surprises. First announced back in 2009, Blue Man Group are now featured on the Norwegian Cruise Line ship EPIC. The EPIC alternates 7-Day Eastern and Western Caribbean sailings round-trip from Miami with Blue Man Group shows nightly. Award-winning music and performance make Blue Man Group at the Sharp AQUOS Theatre fun for everyone. It’s the perfect combination of high-energy and excitement that will have everyone raving about the experience. <

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Stargazing By: Tony S. Keena Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> Jerry Seinfeld does it. George Lucas does it. Jay Leno does it in a big way. But then, your next-door neighbor may do it too. Buying collectable cars may not be for everyone, but for many, it can be a “bug” that inflicts a permanent bite in youth, and stays imbedded for a lifetime. The “itch” may have started with a beat up old Chevy, and it can still be there even after your third Lamborghini. As a incurable enthusiast, I’ve had the privilege of racing both Porsches and BMWs on some of the famed Grand AM and Rolex series race circuits as a hobby, so I have had the good fortune of discussing collectible cars with some of my clients, who also have been bitten by the collecting “bug” to buy classic cars because they have a passion for their beauty and history rather than just as a speculative venture.

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I tell them this: don’t start out by buying the “hot” car in the market, only to find that the market for that particular car is very limited, or has cooled to the point where buyers are few and far between. “Those starting out collecting cars need to understand that it is a relatively illiquid market. Buy what you like, and hold on to it. Many true collectors never sell; they enjoy and display their collections like fine art. Jay Leno owns many fine cars and he just enjoys the heck out of driving them.”

I have several clients who collect cars, mostly for the fun of it. I spoke to a collector recently at a show in Monterey, California who had lost substantial money in the real estate market and who had decided to “park” some money in his childhood dream car. Is car collecting only for the very affluent? Not necessarily, not if you’re a dreamer who’s always looking for that gem of a car hiding under the dusty eves of an old barn somewhere. Believe it or not, those barn treasure chest do exist. If you want to scratch the car-collecting itch, start by investing in a car that is emotionally connected to your youth. Buy it from a reputable resource, work on it, drive it and enjoy the great memories “riding shotgun.” Tony S. Keena is a Private Wealth Manager/Partner with the Estate and Business Planning Group in Altamonte Springs, FL. To contact Tony Keena, call him at 407-389-1122. Securities (and investment advisory services) are offered solely through Ameritas Investment Corp. (AIC). Member FINRA/SIPC. AIC and Estate & Business Planning Group are not affiliated. Additional products and services may be available through Tony S. Keena or Estate & Business Planning Group that are not offered through AIC.<


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> Taking cues from its GT coupe sibling launched last year, the new Continental GTC builds on the highly successful foundation of the previous cabriolet, which premiered in 2006. Bentley’s design and engineering teams have improved virtually every aspect of the iconic convertible with an uncompromising focus on quality.

While the first Continental GTC was elegant and understated, the sharper radii and assertive stance of the new model delivers a more contemporary and muscular presence. Advanced manufacturing techniques produce aluminium front wings without the need for seams or welds creating the look and feel of a coach-built car. Twenty-inch wheels are now standard with three styles of 21-inch wheel, a first for GTC, available as an option, reinforcing the distinctive, sporting stance of the new Bentley. The four-seater luxury convertible features a new, even more spacious and sumptuous hand-crafted cabin, with soft-touch leather hides, an extensive range of wood veneers, cool-touch metals and deep-pile carpets. There are 17 standard soft-touch leather hide colours with six colour split combinations, complemented by a range of seven veneers, all produced by Bentley’s talented craftsmen and women. The GTC’s renowned coupe-like refinement is also enhanced. The tailored, multilayered fabric hood is complemented by acoustic glass and under-body panels, for optimum noise isolation.

Engine: 6 liter W12 HP: 567 hp Torque: 516 lb-ft 0-60 mph: 4.5 seconds Top Speed: 195 mph

A wider track, front and rear, sharper steering and retuned suspension provides a more exhilarating and class-leading drive. Bentley’s advanced all-wheel drive system features a new 40:60 rear torque bias (compared with 50:50 of the original GTC) minimising understeer during hard cornering and allowing the spirited driver to manage the car’s line and balance via precise throttle control. This compelling dynamic package is combined with a more powerful 6.0-litre, twin-turbocharged W12 engine as well as a new QuickShift transmission enabling faster gear changes than ever before. Power output is raised from 560PS to 575PS (567bhp/423kW) and the famed Bentley ‘wave of torque’ has been increased by a further 50Nm to 700Nm (516lb ft). “The GTC has always been the most emotional model in the Continental range and a showcase for Bentley design. With its tailored soft top, the GTC is a pure British convertible true to those classic Bentleys of the past. However, the technology, performance and overall design excellence invested in this model means that we are now writing a new chapter for the Bentley convertible driver.” Wolfgang Dürheimer, Chairman and Chief Executive, Bentley Motors. The Bentley Continental GTC is now available to order and first customer deliveries will begin in late 2011. <

Superb everyday practicality for a luxury convertible was a hallmark of the original GTC and much valued by its customers. The cabin of the new GTC is now even more practical, with additional rear legroom, new storage solutions and innovative features such as touch-screen infotainment, automatic seat-belt presenters and a Bentley-designed Neck Warmer for comfortable roof-down motoring whatever the temperature.

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Of all stem cell types, autologous harvesting involves the least risk. By definition, autologous cells are obtained from one’s own body, just as one may bank his or her own blood for elective surgical procedures.

IntelliCell™ Potential Applications Anti-Aging & Rejuvenation: • Acne Scarring • Breast & Buttock Augmentation • Burns • Hair Loss • IV Rejuvenation • Orthopedics/Osteoarthritis • Scars

Next month we will delve into the “Blood Stem Cells.”<

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On a final note: There are three sources of autologous adult stem cells: 1) Bone marrow, which requires extraction by harvesting, that is, drilling into bone (typically the femur or illiac crest), 2) Adipose tissue (lipid cells), which requires extraction by liposuction, and 3) Blood, which requires extraction through pheresis, wherein blood is drawn from the donor, (similar to a blood donation) passed through a machine that extracts the stem cells and returns other portions of the blood to the donor.

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Regenerative cell functions include:

Dr. Steven Victor, CEO and founder of Intellicell™ BioSciences, is a practicing celebrity dermatologist with over 20 years experience Author of the book “Ageless Beauty - A Dermatologist’s Guide to Looking Younger Without Plastic Surgery.”

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IntelliCell™ BioSciences Current and Planned Clinical Studies include: Dermal injections for anti-aging, lines and wrinkles, acne scars, Dermal injections for burns and ulcerated wounds, Knee, elbow, hand injections for arthritis, Knee injections for cartilage repair, IV drip for general rejuvenation and osteoarthritis, Peripheral Vascular Ischemia.

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• IntelliCell™ technology process yields stromal vascular fraction, which is a functionally diverse cell population of cells that it is believed to be synergistic and able to communicate with other cells in their local environment.The mechanism of action of the stromal vascular fraction, which they have branded as “IntelliCell™” is more than regenerative. •The mixture of cells have multiple functions and are highly integrated and they believe more potent then the adipose stem cells themselves.

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• Autism • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome • Emphysema/IPF • Hypertension • Multiple Sclerosis • Stroke • Type II Diabetes • Alzheimer’s • Cerebral Palsy • Duchene’s Muscular Dystrophy • Essential tremor • Parkinson’s

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Intradermal injection • UltraSonic Cavitation for the production of SVF (IntelliCell™) for Adipose Tissue • Intradermal injections of SVF (IntelliCell™) for the treatment of wrinkles, skin tightening, acne scars, burns, scars, hair growth and gum recession

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1. Autologous 2. Minimal Manipulation 3. Same Procedure 4. Homologous

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Stem cell treatments are a type of intervention strategy that introduces new cells into damaged tissue in order to treat disease or injury. Many medical researchers believe that stem cell treatments have the potential to change the face of human disease and alleviate suffering. The ability of stem cells to self-renew gives rise to subsequent generations with variable degrees of differentiation capacities, and offers significant potential for generation of tissues that can potentially replace diseased and damaged areas in the body, with minimal risk of rejection and side effects.

IntelliCell™ BioScience works within FDA 361 guidelines and is FDA Compliant:

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> Regenerative Medicine is a rapidly expanding set of innovative medical technologies that restore function by enabling the body to repair, replace, and regenerate damaged, aging or diseased cells, tissues and organs.

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Fact vs. Fiction Breast cancer awareness month is an excellent time to refresh our knowledge about breast cancer and the importance of early detection. While genetics play an important role in the risk factor, there are other factors that can increase or decrease a woman’s risk that can be controlled. These myths and truths are short and informative to help clear up some common misconceptions. Exercise can reduce the risk of breast cancer. FACT: Physical activity will not only reduce the waistline, it will also reduce the risk of breast cancer. As little as four hours a week lowers estrogen levels and boosts the immune system. Feel encouraged to take your four-legged friend for an extra long walk, trade in your stilettos for some running shoes, or opt to take the stairs instead of the elevator. Increased stress levels have an impact on breast cancer.

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FICTION: Studies have shown that while stress can lower the immune system function, there is no direct cause-and-effect relationship between stress and breast cancer. However, there is no reason to cease any much-needed de-stressing activity to relax your mind, body & soul.

any unusual symptoms or changes in your body before your yearly appointment. If changes or symptoms occur, contact your doctor immediately. For more info on how to perform a BSE visit www.nationalbreastcancer.org. Only women get breast cancer. FICTION: Breast cancer is more rare in men, but it is completely possible for them to be diagnosed with breast cancer. Men should also give themselves monthly breast self-exams. Alcohol can increase the risk of breast cancer. FACT: Unfortunately, this is not a myth. Having a drink or two every day slightly increases the risk of breast cancer. More consumption equals greater risk. Swap the wine for water, but make it a sparkling water. No need to eliminate all signs of luxury. Breast cancer is contagious. FICTION: Breast cancer is NOT contagious. It results from an uncontrolled cell growth, not a germ. Some risk factors include age, level of physical activity, obesity, birth control pill use, and a higher consumption of alcohol.

Yearly physicals are a must.

Visit these websites for more information about breast cancer awareness, treatment, early detection and more

FACT: As uncomfortable as it may be, it is imperative that women should get a physical every year. It is also important that women perform a breast self-exam once a month. This practice will help you recognize

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Q: Have you ever wondered what your skin actually does?

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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

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your skin as an organ, it is. In fact, it’s the body’s largest organ weighing an average of 8 pounds and covering some 22 square feet. Our skin is comprised of a complex system of cell layers, nerves, and glands that not only protect us from, but connect us to the outside world. Our skin does a lot more than make us look presentable. In fact, it has many vital functions.The skin acts as a protective barrier insulating and guarding the body against extreme temperatures, damaging rays of the sun, and harmful chemicals.. It also excretes antibacterial substances that help prevent infection and it manufactures vitamin D needed for converting calcium into healthy bones. If the skin’s protective properties stop working for any reason, this can often lead to skin disorders and the need to see a dermatologist.

Q: During the Fall and Winter my skin often gets dry and cracked. Is there anything I can do to prevent this?

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Moisturizing daily is key to healthy skin, especially in cooler dryer months. In the fall and winter, I do recommend switching from a moisturizing lotion to a moisturizing cream. Although lotions and creams are very similar in composition, creams tend to be more emollient and nourishing to the skin. I also suggest exfoliating once or twice a week using the Clarisonic® Exfoliating Body Brush with the Glytone® Exfoliating Body Wash. Exfoliating helps to remove dead skin cells thereby allowing for better absorption of moisturizers and other skin care products. In order to most effectively trap moisture in the skin, it is best to moisturize within 3 minutes of getting out of the shower. The product I most often recommend to my patients is CeraVe® Cream with ceramides. This product

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Strong & beautiful women coming together to share their story of courage: Ilka Zuijderland-Varnes, Patti Wade and Brenda Smith.

Beyond the Pink: The Beauty of Survival 3 tips for transforming bodies and spirits after breast cancer By: Cris Phillips-Georg Read more at: StyleToMe.com

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> “It’s news that definitely takes your breath away,” says Patti Wade, 58, regarding her 2009 breast cancer diagnosis. In a moment, the stability of your world alters and everything that seemed urgent just a few moments before -- your to-do list, that spat with your spouse, what to serve for dinner -- suddenly fades into the background as a new priority takes over: “can I beat this?” With a life-threatening illness looming over your head, it can be hard to think of anything but getting well, but with early detection on the rise and improved treatment and reconstruction options available, preparing for a vibrant life after breast cancer is also an important part of recovery. “When patients first come in, most are really scared and have a hard time seeing past the immediate diagnosis. Our job is to not only get them safely through the immediate medical crisis but also to help put them back on the road to thriving, so that they can fully experience all


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of the life and beauty that lies ahead.” says Dzi Newman P.A.-C. of Newman Plastic Surgery, an Orlando practice offering postcancer breast reconstruction. In supporting women along the arduous journey from here to there, plastic surgeon Dr. Charles Newman, Jr., offers these three essential tips for breast cancer recovery: Trust Your Intuition

“The response to a breast cancer diagnosis is different for every woman,” says Dr. Newman. “Some women are crying at the first consultation and others are stoically matter-of fact. Our priority is to carefully present all of the options, help our patients weigh every pro and con, and then support them in whatever decisions they feel are right for their lives and their bodies at that time.” For Ilka Zuijderland-Varnes, 47, that meant having a single mastectomy after her initial diagnosis, opting out of additional treatment (ie. chemotherapy, radiation, etc.) and forgoing reconstruction. “I wanted a period of time without my breast,” says ZuijderlandVarnes. “To experience life without it and grieve the loss. I just wanted to focus on the fact that I was healthy for awhile.” It was intuition that led to Zuijderland-Varnes’s original cancer discovery and it was intuition again that prompted her to remove her second breast two years later and undergo full reconstruction. “I had the same intuitive feeling again that I had with the first diagnosis,” Zuijderland-Varnes says. “Even though the tests were showing abnormal results, not cancerous, I just felt this was the best thing to do. My intuition was clear and I trusted that. Dr. Newman honored my intuition and supported my decisions, both to postpone reconstruction, and then, ultimately to have it. That is not common with other doctors.” Build Your Network

Another important aspect of the cancer recovery process is building a support network. “No one does this alone,” says Dzi.

“These women are incredibly strong, but it is support from those who love them that bolster these ladies up and keep them going on the hardest days.” For some women, their network consists of their spouse, children, relatives, friends, and/ or co-workers. Some turn to breast cancer support groups. For Brenda Smith, 46, the core of her network was her 21-year old daughter. “As soon as I heard my diagnosis, I immediately thought of my daughter,” says Smith. “I’m a single mom.” Smith’s daughter accompanied her on almost all her appointments. “Her support was wonderful,” says Smith “but I also wanted her to see what I went through and understand why monthly breast exams are so important.” Smith says that Dr. Newman, Dzi, and the clinic’s staff were also core parts of her support network. “Cancer is such a traumatic experience,” Smith says. “They made me feel comfortable and helped me see past my immediate diagnosis to the future. Dr. Newman reminded me how young I am still. I felt so personally cared for that I didn’t even mind the reconstruction process. I just really looked forward to visiting the office because of that support. It made all the difference.” Set Realistic Expectations

In the process of beating cancer, many women view breast reconstruction as the happy finish line, not realizing reconstruction is a process in and of itself. “Reconstruction is not the same as a breast augmentation,” says Dr. Newman. “When breasts are fully removed, we have to reconstruct from nothing. Our goal is to create optimal, natural-looking results while still helping patients understand the parameters of what’s realistically possible.” For Patti Wade, realistic expectations really helped her navigate what became a prolonged and complicated reconstruction process. “My skin wouldn’t heal because of the chemo,” says Wade. “It was frustrating and uncomfortable but my family helped me

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through it and Dr. Newman and Dzi were so caring and empathetic. It wasn’t easy, but the reconstruction felt like a completion for me. People say I was so positive going through it. That is so nice to hear. Life is good.” Moving On

Trusting your intuition, surrounding yourself with solid support, and setting realistic expectations are all essential parts of the recovery process. “The final step,” says Dzi “is moving on.” Breast cancer becomes such an overwhelming part of a woman’s life that it can become part of her identity. Letting go and moving forward is the last leg of the journey. “It was strange when it was all done,” says Zuijderland-Varnes. “Coming in for our reconstruction appointments became such a normal part of our lives that when Dr. Newman said all was well and he’d see us in a few months, my husband said ‘So what? You’re breaking up with us?’ … The relationships we built here were that strong.” “We grow very attached to our patients,” says Dzi. “But ultimately them coming around less means cancer is no longer a part of their every day. We love when everyday concerns like a few extra laugh lines are the biggest reason they visit us. We’re happy to help with those sorts of normal worries. Although, to us, these women are already unbelievably beautiful.”<

Dr. Charles Newman, Jr. and Dzi-Long Newman, PA-C with Brenda Smith, Patti Wade and Ilka Zuijderland-Varnes

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Jonathan Green Rootine™ Dry Shampoo This dry shampoo is a great product if your scalp needs a refresher. With the use of 100% natural ingredients this hair powder cleanse and refreshes the hair and scalp without the use of water. $19 Available in light, dark and black. www.jonathanproduct.com

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management (What’s that?...)

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> In today’s volatile world economy, this term has suddenly taken on new meaning to many of us, especially those who are either new entrants into the world of retirement or those planning to do so in the near term. Unfortunately, many have seen huge portions of their nest eggs disappear after years of paying their dues by ‘toiling in the fields’ and building a financial asset base. We constantly hear that Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid are all going broke and our complacency toward assuming our government would never let us down has really thrown us a curve. Bank savings interest rates are next to “0” so we can no longer look to monetary appreciation from that sector; the Stock Market has become nothing more than a roller coaster, with huge daily stock price swings testing our cardiovascular well-being. The fact is that our basic layman’s knowledge in executing our individual financial planning objective no longer holds water... Despite all that has occurred, we still need to figure a way to survive and provide for whatever future it is we have remaining and if we’re smart we will look to the experts to help us manage our finances...we just do not know enough of the many options that are out there which can be applied to our specific economic needs. We must first determine our objectives. What is it we wish to accomplish? For some, it might be funding a child’s education; others may need to address retirement planning and the security of a fixed income annuity; still others can be concerned with the ramifications of tax law as it applies to income and estate planning; higher risk takers might be seeking aggressive growth opportunities in bonds, equities and/or emerging market investments. It goes on and on. In this issue we feature a select group of professional financial planners and all are well versed and educated in every aspect of Wealth Management. Please do your homework to ensure that whomever you choose to help plan your financial future is someone with a proven track record and who will give you the personal attention required for making you feel protected and secure.<

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Jason Edwards RFA, RFC Edwards Financial Services Read more at: StyleToMe.com

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> Edwards Financial Services is a strategic financial services firm dedicated to creating genuine relationships with our clients. We work hard to earn your trust and keep your business. Our goal is not to be the biggest financial planning firm, but the most reputable. As the managing partner, I have seen how this philosophy has served our clients well, resulting in recognition as one of the top financial services firms in Central Florida. We look to manage our client’s expectations as well as guide them consistently through this volatile environment. We accomplish this by regular communication and education with our clients. All too often, I hear from investment clients, “I only hear from my guy once a year or only when he wants to sell me something” and that is often the case. However, if you focus on keeping your clients engaged and up to date you will spend less time worrying about getting new clients because you will have maintained your existing relationships. Another unique feature is that we look to maintain a very deliberate and methodical approach to investing that has resulted in a high client retention and satisfaction while other financial firms are seeing a downturn of their client base.

but maintain a truly objective approach to our advice and recommendations. How do we do this? Well, instead of working solely with one company we work with many of the top Insurance and Financial service corporations. This allows our firm to look at all options. Whether it is considering liability needs or recommendations on how to invest, we work for you. In addition, we consider our clients members and this really allows our advisors to look at each individual as an important part of Edwards Financial Services. Our firm consists of registered financial service professionals that continue to enhance their knowledge on the ever-changing scene of insurance and investment concepts. This provides you with the best of both worlds’ big firm services with small town attention. Please contact us today to let us show you how Edwards Financial Services can work for you, but more importantly, with you. < Securities offered through Questar Capital Corporation (QCC) Member FINRA/SIPC. Advisory Services offered through Questar Asset Management (QAM), a Registered Investment Advisor. Edwards Financial Services is independent of QCC and QAM

Edwards Financial Services was designed around one philosophy, true relationship building. As an independent firm, we have the ability to provide the level of service and products many of the large captive firms do,

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John E. Ledford, CFP President, Ledford Financial Specializing in wealth management, estate planning, employee benefits and retirement plans. Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> Not a day goes by that John Ledford doesn’t get asked the question, “Is now a good time to invest in the stock market?” And his answer is always the same, “Yes!” That response surprises some—what with the controversy in Washington over the debt ceiling, Standard & Poor’s downgrade of America’s prized credit rating, renewed fears about European debt, and the topsy-turvy world of the stock market—but for John the explanation is a simple one. With adversity comes opportunity. “I began my career in the investment business over 20 years ago. In that time span, we’ve entered a new century, even a new millennium and, quite frankly, it feels like it. How business was done is no longer good enough—not when the competition is stronger, money is tighter and so many of the rules have changed. At my firm, Ledford Financial, we’ve managed to not just survive turbulent times, but to also thrive.” Not an easy feat in today’s economy but accomplished, in part, thanks to John’s endless enthusiasm for new technology. Ledford Financial is one of Central Florida’s largest independent financial firms, with assets under management in excess of $125 million and growing. And none of this success could have happened had John simply been complacent with available technology. Ledford Financial 605 East Robinson Street, Suite 640 Orlando, Florida 32807 407-999-8998 www.ledfordfinancial.com

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low us to do with two people what required five or six people years ago. The result of this is that we have access to more information more quickly, which allows us to serve our clients more effectively and meet their needs at a higher level.” John also attributes his success to his loyal team—a group of people dedicated to giving each other and their clients the utmost in service. At Ledford Financial, they practice what they preach. Their tagline “Wall Street solutions, Main Street relationships” is one in which John and Team Ledford truly believes. He even expands on this thought in his forthcoming book, Win!: Winning Strategies from Today’s Leading Experts. Co-written with a select group of entrepreneurs from various industries, each shares successful business strategies and real-life solutions based on their own experiences as a way to help others. “I recognize that in my business I am a great front man but that I also need a solid team to help keep our clients happy. It’s a matter of knowing your strengths and guarding your weaknesses. I trust they will handle the dayto-day issues so that I can concentrate on what my clients ultimately want me to do— help make them money!”< The financial professionals of Ledford Financial are registered representatives and investment adviser representa-

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Deborah O’Kelley Taylor Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> The perspective and judgment that comes from a seasoned financial advisor is particularly important in today’s environment. Helping clients achieve their financial goals begins with completely understanding their needs. Only then  can one  provide the comprehensive guidance that seeks to answer  their most fundamental question - “Can I attain my goals?” To help find the answer, I take a holistic approach to show them how to grow and manage their wealth. I focus on all aspects of their financial lives, not just parts of it. I believe that my clients deserve a financial advisor who understands their vision, earns their trust and works diligently to present alternative strategies designed to help them attain their aspirations and create a legacy for future generations.   I have a simple strategy: I listen.With 24 years in the industry, I offer you seasoned guidance to reach your comprehensive financial goals based on your needs and values.   “We all have two futures... the one that happens, and the one we actively shape. The difference is WEALTH MANAGEMENT.” I look forward to becoming a part of your family’s legacy. < Deborah Taylor Financial Advisor Financial Planning Specialist

deborah.o.taylor@mssb.com 1485 International Parkway Dr. Suite 3031 Lake Mary, Fl. 32746 Phone: (407) 333-2484 (877) 526-9096 Fax (407) 805-8987   http://fa.smithbarney.com/deborah.o.taylor Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC. Member SIPC .                           

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Anne C. Miller Realtor / Brec properties Read more at: StyleToMe.com

MLS#O5049247 • 6004 Lake Emma Road offered for $746,000

MLS#O5057684 • 1314 Johns Cove Lane, Oakland offered for $825,000

> Over 90% of buyers search for properties online. If your home is on the market, it is essential that your listing stand out and be visible worldwide. Especially, in the luxury market!  For instance, in Windermere, there are over 165 active residential listings priced over $1 million. With so many luxury properties on the market, you need to create maximum impact online by using professional photography and search engine optimization. This all costs money, so make sure your realtor is capable of investing their time and finances into properly marketing your luxury home. Just because you list with a big name brand real estate company, doesn’t mean that the marketing of your property will be top notch. Your success depends on the expertise and budget of the individual agent that you choose.  When you hire a realtor to market your home, be sure to use a full-time professional and ask for a written marketing plan.  At Brec Properties, we practice a unique approach to Real Estate with a team of top producers dedicated to providing the best and most professional brokerage service available. Innovative marketing techniques and out-of-the-box thinking have set us apart as a trusted leader in the industry. Our boutique style brokerage allows us to accommodate all your real estate needs under one roof. Brec Properties has handled 57 transactions January 2011 to date, with total sales of over $14 million. Anne has over 25 years of experience in the real estate industry. While working for a custom builder she acquired an extensive client base and has assisted them with the purchase and or sale of elaborate  luxury homes.  She works with buyers and sellers of residential properties throughout the greater Orlando area including Orange, Seminole and Lake Counties. Anne specializes in marketing and is certified to handle short sales.  Her background has given her an edge as a realtor because she understands the costs and values related to luxury upgrades and building improvements. She started her career as a realtor with Watson Realty and then Stirling Sotheby’s International Realty. She joined Brec  Properties in 2009 and loves the flexibility and support of working with a smaller boutique style realty firm. Whether you are buying or selling real estate in the Greater Orlando area, be sure to choose a real estate professional you can trust!  Anne has the knowledge and experience necessary to assist you with your next residential real estate transaction and has been referred by past clients time and time again! <

MLS#O5046314 • 9632 San Fernando Court offered for $749,000

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Maria Blanchard, Lisa Shear & Patricia Sullivan How these agents have succeeded in a challenging market Read more at: StyleToMe.com

Maria Blanchard, Lisa Shear & Patricia Sullivan - photo by David Ortiz

“How are certain REALTORS® that specialize in luxury & commercial properties thriving in this market?” “Why do some struggle while others succeed?” Everyone is curious about what separates some REALTORS® from others and these notable agents are giving us their personal approach:

Grand 1940’s Estate on Lake Lancaster

“I have based my real estate career on building long term relationships with clients and assisting them with all phases of real estate; from first time buyer to empty nester to investor!  With over 20 years experience, I  use the knowledge I have gained  from working  within many different areas of the real estate profession; from multi-family and real estate franchising, to new home construction and on site sales, to general residential and commerical sales.” ~ Maria Blanchard, 407-467-0900 mariablanchard@oldetownbrokers.com “I think it’s important to offer my clients more than the basics & surprise them by exceeding their expectations. I’ve learned to listen, anticipate and fulfill the client’s needs. It’s essential to think outside the box & be assertive in obtaining the client’s objective because this isn’t the same market. I remember that each client had a choice and they chose me to assist them in making one of the most important financial decisions of their life. I’m not here just to help them make a move, but to help them make the “right” move!”

Elegant Cape Cod in Olde Winter Park

~ Lisa Shear, 407-721-9375 lisashear@oldetownbrokers.com “Central Florida’s commercial real estate market is complex and my success requires me to have an analytical mind but also apply a humanistic approach to deal making.  My goal is to always give personal attention to my clients so that we can form an honest friendship. By doing this, I can quickly gauge the balance between pushing them to be competitive amongst other investors but also not force them outside of their comfort level. Ultimately my job is to make sure my clients enjoy exceptional returns on their real estate investments.”

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~ Patricia Sullivan, 407-719-6550 psullivan@oldetownbrokers.com

Celebrating over 17 years in business and still recognized as one of the only true boutique brokerages in Central Florida, Olde Town Brokers provides a full range of services including single-family home and condominium sales, investment properties, commercial sales and leasing, rentals and property management. Buy, sell, rent or property management… we do it all! www.oldetownbrokers.com

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> It’s no coincidence that a former newsman was behind the biggest news in the Windermere luxury residential market in quite some time. Rob Rahter of Keller Williams Realty is a former TV news producer-turned Luxury Home Specialist. Rob just recently sold the iconic mansion at the end of Down Point Lane in Windermere. But this was not your normal sale. The estate which was once listed for almost $15 million dollars went to auction after hundreds of people toured the mansion in month long pre-auction marketing blitz. But when the buyer failed to perform, a replacement buyer was secured in less than two weeks. The high profile transaction attracted worldwide attention and successfully cemented Rob’s place in the market as the luxury real estate agent who gets the job done. AVAILABLE NOW!

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The auction option is not for everyone and may not be for the faint of heart, but it is becoming an increasing effective tool top agents like Rob Rahter are using to stand apart in this highly competitive real estate market. But this doesn’t mean Rob sacrifices any of the traditional methods to produce a quick sale. Rob knows that nearly all home buyers and sellers utilize the internet in the process so he invests heavily in his internet presence. Rob “owns” the top listing position for Windermere on the world’s #1 real estate website which delivers an estimated 500% more views for his listings than other agents. He is also a Featured Agent and owns multiple website addresses, including RobSellsWindermere.com, RobSellsOrlando.com, MyOrlandoLuxuryHomes.com, and numerous neighborhood-specific domains. Rob is especially proud of the fact that he was the first Windermere-resident member of the exclusive Luxury Homes by Keller

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Williams, an elite group of specially-trained luxury agents within the company. This group consists of only about 600 agents worldwide who meet a couple times a year for networking, exchanging of ideas, and to attend seminars aimed at better serving their specific clientele. Being able to market properties directly to agents from outside our area and who are actively working with qualified buyers gives Rob a tremendous advantage over the smaller boutique brokerages. Studies show 82% of home sales are the direct result of agent connections, so if you’re ready to sell and think your agent and their connections do not matter, think again. Rob spent 15 years in television news and knows the power of marketing and advertising. Rob knows that selling luxury homes is about selling a lifestyle over a need. And while any REALTOR® can list a home, it takes special skills to sell with success – not just in the luxury market but in every price point. Now more than ever you need an agent who gives your home the distinctive edge to command the right attention and stand apart from the competition. As evidenced by the auction, Rob utilizes every possible sales method to deliver what the client wants. And while an auction may not be right for everyone, there’s no denying that it works. Rob also serves in a board of director’s-type leadership position at the Keller Williams Classic office, located across the street from Universal Orlando, and often teaches classes for new agents. Rob and his wife, Elizabeth, an attorney, have four children and live in Windermere. They are very involved in the local community and own rental properties and other businesses. They like to spend their family time boating on the Butler Chain of Lakes. <


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> Armando Christian Perez, better known by his stage name Pitbull, is a rapper who has demonstrated determination and integrity aren’t all lost tools in the music industry. Stated by critics and fans alike to have the summer 2011 anthem and hit song “Give Me Everything Tonight” which features Neyo, Afrojack and Nayer, this song alone has created many opportunities to reach a new fan base. There’s something truly enthralling about this blue-eyed, Cuban artist who possesses an undeniable skill to pump up any crowd and turn heads wearing his on point gentlemanly wardrobe. With all the hype surrounding him, Pitbull knows his reign, as summer king is only a temporary title; to some extent king of the world is already his. Being in the business for a few years now, Pitbull is a steady household name. With appearances on all the late night haunts like Jimmy Kimmel, Conan, Lopez Tonight, and even performances on Dancing with the Stars and The Voice this past season, viewers and listeners are both intrigued and eager to get up and dance.With his most recent album released in June, Planet Pit, has already been reviewed as “a greatest hits album in its own.” Rave reviews, dedicated fans, and new admirers are all praising the musical genius that is Armando Perez.

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A true appeal to this rapper is much like his hit summer song says: he took his life from a negative to positive. Raised in Miami to parents who were immigrants from Cuba, his father taught him the power of words and had a young Armando recite poetry for emphasis of this lesson. Once his parents divorced he saw his father little and the relationship was strained. Fortunately his father’s most valuable lesson was passed on already. Despite a few random run-ins with poor decisions as a teenager and ultimately being kicked out by his mother for those choices, Pitbull decided he wasn’t going to let that be his story. After high school he started hanging out in clubs looking for every opportunity to show everyone his capabilities. The moment came when a chance meeting with rapper Lil Jon happened one of those nights and Pit was asked to appear on Lil Jon’s 2002 album. From there four albums of his own have been born and the performer Pitbull has the world staring with anticipation.

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When Pit started out an additional nickname of his was Mr. 305, for the area code of his home. With the June release of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Planet Pitâ&#x20AC;? he can be heard referring to himself as Mr. Worldwide, which demonstrates how far the artist has come. Pitbull isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t saying he runs the world, heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s too humble a person, but rather he feels he has created a world that is merely his very own. This album demonstrates the maturity as an artist Pit has reached and emphasizes his thoughts that good, humble people will survive in this ever shrinking music business. He has said several times heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d rather speak to the globe instead of just the block, knowing this is where credibility originates. Back to the concept his father taught him, Pitbull handles even sticky situations with ease and knows just what to say when so many others might use the â&#x20AC;&#x153;no commentâ&#x20AC;? crutch. Due to a lyric in â&#x20AC;&#x153;Give Me Everything Tonightâ&#x20AC;? the rapper states heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;got it locked up like Lindsay Lohanâ&#x20AC;? and he is fac-

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ing some heat from the actress that she followed up with a lawsuit. When questioned in an interview about this news topic Pitbull simply stated there was a misunderstanding in the perception and asked Lindsay to be his date to the Video Music Awards and they could sort out the issue. Not shying away or hiding behind publicists is another attribute Pit holds unlike many peers.

recognition for his hard work is more than apparent. Earning a key to his hometown city of Miami for the wonderful and positive publicity he has generated for Floridaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s nightlife capital has been an extreme honor. Pitbull has spoken, stood behind what he says and created an imprint in music that is ever growing. Worldwide success is evident. Actually make that Mr. Worldwide.

Despite earning the right to call himself Mr. Worldwide at this time, Pitbull doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t seem to let much go to his head. Regardless of the numerous Social Medias dedicated to the rapper such as his own I Pad application, mobile apps where new music, news and connecting with Pit himself can all be attained, he remains grounded. Known for his impressive style of dress as well, this global sensation is the first to say he still shops clearance and enjoys bargains as much as he always has. With quite a few nominations between the Teen Choice Awards, the VMAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and the Alma Awards this year, the

Orlando can prepare to watch this energetic and sizzling artist Pitbull when he accompanies good friend Enrique Iglesias to the Amway Arena on October 21. Their performance will be the second to last for Enriqueâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tour and will be the definition of a fierce concert experience. Pitbull believes in the union music offers people and plans to prove it in Orlandoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s very own back yard. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t miss out on the fiery and exciting chance to feel the heat of this hot performance.<

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Jeffrey Feulner Family Law Attorney Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> When you ask Jeffrey Feulner why he founded the Men’s Divorce Law Firm, the answer is very simple: “I have been through divorce. I have been through a paternity action. I have been a single parent. I know the emotions that these men are going through.” Attorney Feulner says the fact that he can relate to his clients and empathize with their anxiety of not knowing what is coming next in the legal process helps him understand the interests of husbands and fathers involved in divorce and other family law disputes. Attorney Feulner, a graduate from Rollins College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Organizational Behavior, received his Juris Doctorate degree from Florida State University College of Law. He was associated for six years with an AV rated law firm, practicing in the areas of marital & family law and labor & employment law for six years, before founding the Men’s Divorce Law Firm.

Firm Contact Information: 938 Lake Baldwin Lane Orlando, FL 32814 P: 407.896.2677 F: 407.896.2414 www.MensDivorceLaw.com

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child support, alimony, domestic violence, step-parent adoption, pre-nuptial and post nuptial agreements. Attorney Feulner is an active member of the local community. He has been a committee chair for the Young Lawyer’s Division of the Orange County Bar Association, and served on the Board of Directors of the Downtown Orlando YMCA and on the Transportation Advisory Board for the City of Maitland. A strong supporter of local athletic programs, Attorney Feulner has held the position of legal counsel for the Florida Region of the United States Volleyball Association. The Men’s Divorce Law Firm also sponsors the Orlando City Soccer and Lacrosse clubs, as well as Broadway Across America at the Bob Carr. The firm participates in other charity events including the Annual Crawfish Festival, the Annual Great Oaks Village Fun Day’s Shoe Drive, Walk to Defeat ALS and the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. With his professional and personal experience, Attorney Feulner helps maintain an atmosphere of mutual respect and clear communication between the client and the opposing party to protect relationships between fathers and their children. “People get a good feeling when they’re with us. They know this is going to be potentially a long-term relationship, and it’s one of the most important things they will ever do in their lives.”<


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Cafe Alfresco

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Fountain Grille

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The Living Room on

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New York delicatessen,

Clearwater,

301 S. Gulfview Blvd.,

traditional deli menu,

727-797-9800 $$

Clearwater Beach,

fresh bakery

traditional Greek

727-373-4780 $$$

Tucson’s Grill and

hand-spun recipes,

show kitchen, Skim-

Cantina

full bar Saloon, live

mers Bar, Seafood,

13563 Icot Blvd.,

entertainment

American

Clearwater

The Pepper Mill

Six Tables

727-530-0637 $$

575 S. Ft. Harrison

1153 Main Street (S.R.

Southwestern

Ave., Clearwater

580), Dunedin,

Walt’s Cuisine

727-449-2988 $$

727-736-8821 $$$

1140 Main St. (S.R.

New American

world-class cuisine, six

580) in Guy Plaza,

Pico Rojo Charcoal

course meals, exclusive

Dunedin,

Rotisserie

French and California

727-733-1909 $$-$$$

2475 McMullen Booth

wines

Revolving seasonal

Rd., #E (accessible

Spoto’s Steak Joint

menu, Florida cuisine,

via Enterprise Rd.)

1280 Main St.,

wines & beers

Clearwater,

Dunedin,

Watercolour Steak-

727-474-3826 $-$$

727-734-0008 $$

house & Grille

vegetarian-friendly,

American, casual bar

1201 Gulf Blvd. in

Latin American flair

inside of restaurant

the Marriott Suites

Portofino Mediterra-

Terrace Cafe at Bon

Clearwater Beach on

nean Grill

Appetit

Sand Key,

18825 U.S Hwy. 19 N.,

150 Marina Plaza,

727-953-1661 $$$

Clearwater,

Dunedin Marina,

American, Steaks, fresh

727-286-6234 $$-$$$

Dunedin,

fish

traditional Mediterra-

727-733-2151 $-$$

nean cuisine

casual al fresco water-

Riverside Grille House

front dining, salad and

& Veranda

entrees

400 Beach Seafood &

10 Dodecanese Blvd.,

Thai Coconut

Tap House

Tarpon Springs,

1280 S. Missouri Ave.,

400 Beach Drive NE,

727-937-2000 $$$

Clearwater,

St. Petersburg,

waterfront dining,

727-441-1650 $$

727-896-2400 $$-$$$

diverse menu, live

Seafood, extensive Thai

Raw bar, beers and

entertainment

menu, sushi bar

wines, seafood, sushi,

Rosie’s Tavern of

Thai Spice Restaurant

salads

Dunedin

2475 McMullen Booth

Ai- Mei Sakura Japa-

730 Broadway, Suite 1,

Rd. #B, Clearwater,

nese & Thai Restaurant

Dunedin,

727-791-7050 $$

4200 34th St. S., St.

727-724-4209 $

Fresh,healthy, authentic

Petersburg,

imported and crafted

Thai cuisine, as well as

727-867-0965 $-$$

beers, fine wines, light

Thai food with Ameri-

Sushi, Thai or Japanese

bites

can flair.

Cuisine

South Pinellas


dining ‘N style

Bella Brava

Gratzzi Italian Grille

Luna

515 Central Ave.,

211 2nd St. S., St.

950 Lake Carillon Dr.

St. Petersburg

Petersburg,

(in the Hilton St. Pe-

727-895-5515 $$

727-623-9037 $$

tersburg Carillon Park),

Italian

authentic Italian cuisine,

St. Petersburg,

Café Alma

extensive wine list,

727-954-2140 $$-$$$

260 First Ave. S. St.

pizza bar

first- class food, offer

Petersburg

Guppy’s on the Beach

health conscious, as

727-502-5002 $$

Seafood Grill & Bar

well as traditional,

Mediterranean

1701 Gulf Blvd., Indian

selections

Ceviche Tapas Bar

Rocks Beach,

Marchand’s Bar and

10 Beach Dr., St.

727-593-2032 $$

Grill at the Vinoy

Petersburg

Seafood, steaks

501 5th Ave. N.E.,

727-209-2302 $$

The Hangar Restaurant

St. Petersburg

Spanish

& Flight Lounge

727-824-8070 $$$$

Chateau France

540 1st Street, SE, St.

Continental

136 Fourth Ave., N.E.,

Petersburg,

MFA Cafe in the Mu-

St. Petersburg 727-894-

727-823-7767 $$-$$$

seum of Fine Arts

7163 $$

cafe, bistro, full- liquor

255 Beach Drive N.E.,

French

bar

St. Petersburg,

Columbia Restaurant

The Hurricane

727-822-1032 $-$$

800 Second Ave. N.E.,

807 Gulf Way, St. Pete

American style cafe,

St. Petersburg,

Beach

caters special events

727-822-8000 $$

727-360-9558 $$

The Melting Pot

authentic Spanish/Cu-

Seafood, American

2221 4th St. N

ban cuisine, daily chef

Jo Jo’s in Citta

St. Petersburg

specials

200 Central Avenue, St.

727895-6358 $$$

Da Sesto Italiano

Petersburg,

Fondue

Ristorante e Vino

727-894-0075 $$

Moon Under Water

7199 66th Street, N.,

traditional flavors or

332 Beach Dr. N.E.,

Pinellas Park,

Southern Italy, full bar,

St. Petersburg

727-209-2695 $$-$$$

wine list

727-896-6160 $$

Authentic Italian reci-

L’Moe’s

English, Indian

pes, original dishes

4201 4th St. N., St.

Pacific Wave

El Cap

Petersburg,

211 Second Street

3500 Fourth St. N., St.

727-498-8561 $

South, St. Petersburg

Petersburg

pork, duck, steak,

727-822-5235 $$$

727-521-1314 $

grouper, burgers, soup

Pacific Rim

American

& salads

Parkshore Grill

The Garden

Lanna Thai & Sushi

300 Beach Drive, St.

217 Central Ave., St.

4871 Park Street N., St.

Petersburg,

Petersburg

Petersburg,

727-896-3463 $$$

727-896-3800 $$

727-545-3057 $$

Fine food, wine

Eclectic & International

Thai cuisine, wine and

The Pearl Restaurant

Cuisine

beer, sushi

163 107th Ave., Trea-

Gigi’s Italian

Larry’s Giant Subs

sure Island

Restaurants

6896 U.S Hwy. 19 N.,

727-360-9151 $$

6852 Gulfport Blvd.,

Pinellas Park,

Mediterranean, Con-

South Pasadena,

727-828-0744 $

tinental

727-345-0191, 105

authentic New York

Red Mesa

107th Avenue, Treasure

style subs and sand-

4912 Fourth St. N., St.

Island, 727-360-6905,

wiches

Petersburg

4399 Gulf Blvd., St. Pete

The Lobster Pot

727-527-8728 $$

Beach, 727-363-3344,

17814 Gulf Blvd., Red-

Mexican

5901 4th Street North,

ington Shores,

Ricky P’s Po Boy Shop

St. Petersburg, 727-562-

727-391-8592 $$$

6521 4th Street North,

2400 $$-$$$ Italian,

Lobsters from around

St. Petersburg,

pizza, pasta, steaks,

the world, fresh sea-

727-525-2023 $

extensive wine list

food, distinctive meats

New Orleans cuisine

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dining ‘N style

$ = Under $10

$$ = $11-$20

$$$ = $21-$30

$$$$ = $31 and Over

Savannah’s Cafe

Boizao Steakhouse

Maestro’s Cafe

Pappas Ranch

Toasted Pheasant Bistro

1113 Central Ave., St. Pe-

4606 Boy Scout Boulevard,

Carol Morsani Hall Lobby, S

11345 S.R 54, Odessa,

14445 N Dale Mabry Hwy,

tersburg,

Tampa,813-286-7100 $$$

traz Performing Arts Center,

727-376-3336 $$

Tampa

727-388-4371 $$-$$$

Beef,pork,lamb,chick en, and

1010 N. MacInnes Place,

Salads, Steaks, Prime rib, hand

813-265-6700 $$

Old South Cuisine

sausage

Tampa,

spun recipes

French, Medditerannean

Spoto’s Grill 131

Cauldron

813-229-7827 $$-$$$

Samurai Blue

TooJay’s Gourmet Deli

13079 Park Blvd., Seminole,

2302 E. Seventh Avenue,Ybor

light buffet dining, lobby

1600 E. 8th Ave., Centro Ybor

2223 Westshore Blvd., Tampa

727-393-1703 $$

City 813-248-5694 $$$

restaurant

813-242-6688 $$

813-348-4101 $

American, creative meals and

Jamacian

Maestro’s on the River

Japanese, Sushi

New York delicatessen

cocktails, steaks, seafood

Columbia Restaurant

Straz Performing Arts Center,

Seasons 52

Vizcaya Rest. & Tapas Bar

The Wine Cellar

2117 E. Seventh Ave.,Ybor

1010 N. MacInnes Place,

204 North Westshore Blvd.

10905 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.,

17307 Gulf Blvd., N. Reding-

City, Tampa,

Tampa

(Westshore Plaza), Tampa,

Tampa

ton Beach,

813-248-4961 $$

813-229-7827 $$

813-286-1152 $$$

813-968-7400 $$-$$$

727-393-3491 $$$

authentic Spanish/Cuban

Light buffet dining

Grill and wine bar

Spanish & Tapas

Shrimp, lobster tails, Mahi

cuisine

Maestro’s Restaurant

Taj Indian Cuisine

Mahi, American

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse &

Straz Performing Arts Center,

2734-B E. Fowler Ave., Tampa,

Wine Bar

1010 MacInnes Place, Tampa,

813-971-8483 $$

4322 West Boy Scout Blvd.,

813-229-7827 $$$

Gourmet Indian restaurant,

717 South

Tampa 813-874-9463 $$$$

High quality dining experi-

vegetarian and speciality

717 S. Howard Ave., Tampa

Antonio’s Pasta Grille

Steakhouse

ence, New York elegance flair

dishes

813-250-1661 $$$ Two

11401 56th St. N., Temple

Louis Pappas Market Cafe

Ocean Prime

Texas de Brazil

distinct cuisines using recipes

Terrace,

Shoppes at Citrus Park, 7877

2205 N. Westshore Blvd.,

4112 W. Boy Scout Blvd..,

from Italy and the Pacific Rim

813-914-8899 $$

Gunn Highway, Ste. 106,

Tampa,

Tampa

Algusto Fine Mexican Cuisine

Italian, pizza

Tampa,

813-490-5288 $$$

813-871-1400 $$$

912 W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa,

Big City Tavern

813-926-5202 $-$$

American, world class wines,

50 item gourmet salad area,

813-250-3500 $$ Traditional

1600 E. 8th, Suite C201,Ybor

homemade soups, mediterra-

cocktails, Seafood, Steak

beef, lamb, pork, chicken,

cuisine from Central Mexico,

City 813-247-3000 $$$

nean appetizers, sandwiches,

New American

pizza and entrees

North Hillsborough

sausage and desserts

South Hillsborough


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Armaniâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

Gallery Bistro

The Palm Restaurant

Sangrias

2900 Bayport Dr., Tampa

International Plaza and Bay

205 Westshore Plaza, Tampa

315 S. Howard Ave, Tampa

813-207-6800 $$$

Street. 2223 North Westshore

813-849-7256 $$$

813-258-0393 $$

Cantina Laredo

Italian

Blvd, Tampa

American Italian

Spanish

2000 Piazza Ave. ( Wesley Cha-

Bernâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Steakhouse

813-353-3838 $$

Pelagia Trattoria

Shulaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Steak House

pel, 813-907-3068 $$$

1208 South Howard Ave.,

American

4200 Jim Walter Blvd., Tampa

4860 West Kennedy Blvd.

Authentic Mexican cooking

Tampa

Jacksonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Bistro

813-313-3235 $$$

Tampa

813-251-2421 $$$$

601 S. Harbour Island Blvd.,

Mediterranean

813-286-4366 $$$

Kally-Kâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Steakery & Fishery

Steakhouse

Tampa 813-277-0339 $$

Pane Rustica

Steakhouse

3383 Commercial Way,

Byblos Cafe

Eclectic & International, Sushi

S. MacDill, Tampa

Sidebernâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

Spring Hill,

2832 S. MacDill Ave.,

Loius Pappas Market Cafe

813-902-8828 $

2208 W. Morrison Ave., Tampa

352-683-1364 $-$$

Tampa

3409- D Bay to Bay Blvd.,

Bakery & Cafe

813-258-2233 $$$

Steak, grouper, prime rib, fish

813-805-7977 $-$$

Tampa,

P.F. Changâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

Continental

Middle Eastern, Greek

813-839-0000 $-$$

219 WestShore Plaza, Tampa

T.C. Choyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

The Capital Grille

â&#x20AC;&#x153;New Generation Greekâ&#x20AC;?,

813-289-8400

301 S. Howard Ave., Tampa

2223 N.Westshore Blvd., Tampa

homemade soups, salads, sand-

Restaurant BT

813-251-1191 $$

813-830-9433 $$$

wiches, pizza

1633 W. Snow Ave., Tampa

Asian

American, Steakhouse

Malioâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Prime Steakhouse

813-258-1916 $$$

Timpano Italian Chophouse

Chez Bryce

400 N. Ashley St., Tampa

French/Vietnamese

1610 W. Swann Ave., Tampa

238 E. Davis Blvd., Tampa

813-223-7746 $$$

Royâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

813-254-5870 $$

813-258-8100 $$

Steakhouse

4342 W. Boy Scout Blvd. Tampa

Italian

Mediterranean, French

Mise En Place

813-873-7697 $$$

Wine Exchange Bistro & Wine

Donatello

442 W Kennedy, Tampa

Californian, Japanese, French

Bar 1611 W. Swann Ave., Tampa

232 N. Dale Mabry Ave., Tampa

813-254-5373 $$$

Ruthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Chris Steakhouse

813-254-9463 $$

813-875-6660 $$$

Continental

1700 N. Westshore Blvd., Tampa

Continental

Northern Italian

Pasco County

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Our town & Calendar of events

Our TOwn > dition to find the most creative, crafty

automobiles and get a first hand look at

human-powered flying contraption. For

the transformation of cars throughout

those not daring enough to join in the

the years.

competition have no fear the event will

October 14 - October 16, 2011

not just have the flying competition

Florida State Fairgrounds

portion but include Baywatch lifeguards,

4800 North US Highway 301

cartoon characters and other fun activi-

Tampa, FL 33610

ties for the whole family to enjoy and

813-740-3500

remember it is up to the spectators to decide who will be crowned the new

Tampa Bay Boat Show

set of “airborne heroes.” Tampa, FL- It’s that time of year again Howl-O-Scream at Busch Gardens

Howl-O-Scream

October 8, 2011

to make a big splash with over 120,000

Tampa Bay Convention Center

registered boats, whether you are in the

October 1, 2011

333 S. Franklin St.

market for purchasing or just want to

Tampa Convention Center

Tampa, FL 33602

come out and see all that Tampa Bay as

Tampa, FL- This years theme the dark

333 S. Franklin St.

side of the gardens transforms Busch

Tampa, FL 33602

For more information log on to www.

case the best there is to offer in the

Gardens into a slew of terrifying haunt-

813-274-8511

redbullflugtagusa.com/Tampa2011

boating industry, everything from boat-

to offer. This three-day event will show-

ed houses created to petrify spectators,

ing and fishing supplies to accessories Tampa Bay Lightning Launch

Clearwater Jazz Holiday

guest. With seven different haunted

Tampa, FL- To round up all the Tampa

Clearwater, FL- An international jazz

houses each with their own horrifying

Bay fans, the hockey team will kick off

festival that has a rich history drawing

October 21- October 23, 2011

theme, this month long event of spooky

the start of their season by hosting a

some of the most affluent names in the

Florida State Fairgrounds

attractions will host creatures from the

party that will include a performance by

jazz world offering up their talent and

4800 Highway 301 North

night such as the Vampire Casino and

the Steve Miller Band. Doors open at

art with the beautiful Gulf of Mexico as

Tampa, FL 33610

Zombie Mortuary.

6:00 pm with appearances by the Tampa

its backdrop. Headliners such as Sammy

800-345-3247

Bay Lightning players, personalities

Figueroa and LaRue Nickelson will be

September 23 to October 29, 2011

and staff. This party was meant for the

performing throughout the four-day

Bush Gardens

sports junkie at heart, so come on out

festival offering some of the most tal-

3000 E Busch Gardens Blvd

and show support for the local team

ented performances the jazz world has

Ybor City, FL- This Latin style Hallow-

Tampa, FL 33612

and enjoy a full concert that will sure to

to showcase.

een festival offers a variety of different

813-987-5000

start the season off right! October 13 to October 16, 2011

day begins with Family FunFest filled

It’s My Party- Event Planning

October 4, 2011

301 Drew St.

with activities for the whole family and

Expo Extravaganza

St. Pete Times Forum

Clearwater, FL 33756

as the night begins to fall is when the

401 Channelside Drive

727-898-2100

parade referred to as “Mama Guava

the maze of frightening events consuming the park is not for the light hearted

enthusiast.

Guavaween

options for everyone in the family, the

Tampa, FL- Hundreds of professionals

Tampa, FL 33602

from the region are expected to pour

813-301-6500

NSRA Southeast Street Rod Nationals

Red Bull Flugtag

Tampa, FL- The largest street rod show

Stumble” wraps through Ybor City fi-

into Tampa to exchange resources, build networks and share their event planning

will be on display to update any boating

nally commencing with concerts for every music fan to enjoy.

knowledge, in addition to this there will

in the southeast features over 1,400

October 29, 2011

be live entertainment, demonstrations,

Tampa, FL- This outrageous event of

old gems that have been beautifully

Ybor City, FL

and delectable foods to enhance any

guts and determination will return to

kept for display. This event will include

For more information call:

party planners festivities. The first 500

the West Coast to prove that humans

games the whole family can enjoy. Vin-

813-248-0721

guests to arrive will receive a Swag Bag

can fly! This competition has earned a

tage automobile collectors gather for

and many other giveaways throughout

reputation for hilarious attempts that

this 17th annual event held in the state

the day too!

try to defy gravity & continue its tra-

fairgrounds to admire the beauty of the

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< Events in October Music

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

1503 E 7th Ave

The Florida Orchestra: Carmina

727-896-2276

Tampa, FL 33605

Burana

813-247-2555

October 14, 2011 at 8:00 pm

Dam-funk October 1, 2011 at 9:00 pm

Arctic Monkeys

The Crowbar

October 9, 2011 at 7:00 pm

Bassnectar

1010 North W.C. MacInnes Place

1812 North 17th Street

The Ritz Ybor

October 23, 2011 at 7:00 pm

Tampa, FL 33602

Ybor City, FL 33605

1503 E 7th Ave

Jannus Live

813-229-7827

813-241-8600

Tampa, FL 33605

205 Second St

813-247-2555

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Steve Miller Band

Carol Morsani Hall- The Straz Center

Miscellaneous

727-896-2276

October 4, 2011 at 7:00 pm

Duran Duran

St. Pete Times Forum

October 10, 2011 at 7:30 pm

Colbie Caillat

October 4, 2011

401 Channelside Drive

Ruth Eckerd Hall

October 27, 2011 at 7:30 pm

St. Pete Times Forum

Tampa, FL 33602

1111 McMullen Booth Road

Ruth Eckerd Hall

401 Channelside Drive

813-301-6500

Clearwater, FL 33759

1111 McMullen Booth Road

Tampa, FL 33602

727-791-7400

Clearwater, FL 33759

813-301-6500

The Script

Tampa Bay Lightning Launch

727-791-7400

October 5, 2011 at 8:00 pm

Toby Keith

Ruth Eckerd Hall

October 14,2011 at 7:00 pm

Mike Epps

October 8, 2011

1111 N. McMullen Booth Rd

1-800-ASK-GARY Amphitheatre

October 28, 2011 at 7:00 pm

Tampa Bay Convention Center

Clearwater, FL 33759

4800 N. U.S. Highway 301

Carol Morsani Hall- The Straz Center

333 S. Franklin St.

727-791-7400

Tampa, FL 33610

1010 North W.C. MacInnes Place

Tampa, FL 33602

813-740-2446

Tampa, FL 33602

813-274-8312

Chris Brown

Red Bull Flugtag

813-229-7827

October 7, 2011 at 7:00 pm

Kenny Rogers

1-800-ASK-GARY Amphitheatre

October 14, 2011 at 8:00 pm

Josh Groban

October 16, 2011

4800 N. U.S. Highway 301

Mahaffey Theater

October 28, 2011 at 8:00 pm

The Coliseum

Tampa, FL 33610

400 1st St S

St. Pete Times Forum

535 Fourth Avenue North

813-740-2446

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

401 Channelside Drive

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

727-892-5746

Tampa, FL 33602

727-892-5202

K.D. Lang

Bridal Show

813-301-6500

October 7, 2011 at 8:00 pm

New Found Glory

Ruth Eckerd Hall

October 17, 2011 at 7:00 pm

Hanson

October 18, 2011

1111 N. McMullen Booth Rd

Jannus Live

October 28, 2011 at 7:00 pm

The Coliseum

Clearwater, FL 33759

205 Second St

State Theatre

535 Fourth Avenue North

727-791-7400

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

687 Central Ave

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

727-896-2276

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

727-892-5202

Peter Frampton

Tampa Bay Senior Expo

727-895-3045

October 8, 2011 at 8;00 pm

Trailer Park Boys

Ruth Eckerd Hall

October 20, 2011 at 8:00 pm

1111 N. McMullen Booth Rd

Tampa Theatre

Clearwater, FL 33759

711 North Franklin St # A

The Screwtape Letters

For more information call:

727-791-7400

Tampa, FL 33602

October 7, 2011 at 8:00 pm

813-248-0721

813-274-8981

Ferguson Hall- The Straz Center

An Evening with Ween

Guavaween Theater

October 29, 2011 Ybor City, FL

1010 North W.C. MacInnes Place

October 8, 2011 at 7:00 pm

Panic! At The Disco

Tampa, FL 33602

Jannus Live

October 23, 2011 at 7:30 pm

813-229-7827

205 Second St

The Ritz Ybor

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Golf

Airco Golf Course

MacDill

(Private Non-Equity)

9 holes (Private Non-

Resort & Country

Sun City Center

13690 Stonybrook Dr,

813-840-6904

Chi Chi Rodriguez

Equity)

Club

813-633-4653

Clearwater

The Palms Course

Golf Club

Pine Course

13941 Clubhouse Dr,

18 holes over 3,099

727-573-4653

18 holes over 6,422

3030 N McMullen

9 holes (Private Non-

Tampa

yards with a par of 63

18 holes over 6,635

yards with a par of 72

Booth Rd, Clearwater

Equity)

813-961-1369

(Public)

yards with a par of 72

(Private Non-Equity)

727-726-8829

Countryway Golf

Pine Course

The Golf Club of

(Municipal)

The Bay Course

18 holes over 5,454

Course

9 holes (Private Non-

Cypress Creek

Apollo Beach Golf &

18 holes over 6,761

yards with a par of 69

11111 W. Waters Ave,

Equity)

1011 Cypress Village

Sea Club

yards with a par of 72

(Municipal)

Tampa

Cypress Course

Blvd, Ruskin

801 Golf and Sea Blvd,

(Private Non-Equity)

The Claw At USF

813-854-1182

9 holes (Private Non-

813-634-8888

Apollo Beach

Bloomingdale Golfers

13801 N 46th St,

18 holes over 3,471

Equity)

18 holes over 6,839

813-645-6212

Club

Tampa

yards with a par of 61

Meadows Course

yards with a par of 72

18 holes over 7,060

4113 Great Golfers Pl,

813-632-6893

(Public)

9 holes (Private Non-

(Public)

yards with a par of 72

Valrico

18 holes over 6,809

Cove Cay Country

Equity)

Heritage Isles Golf &

(Public)

813-685-4105

yards with a par of 71

Club

Fairway Village Golf

Country Club

Avila Golf & Country

18 holes over 7,165

(Public)

2612 Cove Cay Dr,

Course

10630 Plantation Bay

Club

yards with a par of 72

Clearwater Country

Clearwater

1100 Belcher Rd S,

Dr, Tampa

943 Guisando de Avila,

(Public)

Club

727-535-1406

Largo

813-907-7447

Tampa

Buckhorn Springs Golf

525 N Betty Ln, Clear-

18 holes over 6,002

727-531-8134

18 holes over 6,976

813-961-1754

& Country Club

water

yards with a par of 70

9 holes over 1,206

yards with a par of 72

18 holes over 7,005

2721 S Miller Rd,

727-443-5078

(Public)

yards with a par of 27

(Public)

yards with a par of 72

Valrico

18 holes over 6,231

Diamond Hill Golf &

(Private Equity)

Hunterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Green Coun-

(Private Non-Equity)

813-689-7766

yards with a par of 72

Country Club

Falcon Watch Golf

try Club

Babe Zaharias Golf

18 holes over 6,888

(Public)

13115 Sydney Rd,

Club

18101 Longwater Run

Course

yards with a par of 72

Clearwater Executive

Dover

1000 Kings Blvd, Sun

Dr, Tampa

11412 Forest Hills Dr,

(Private Non-Equity)

Golf Course

813-689-7219

City Center

813-973-1000

Tampa

Buffalo Creek Golf

1875 Airport Dr,

18 holes over 6,920

813-634-3038

18 holes over 6,979

813-631-4374

Course

Clearwater

yards with a par of 72

Challenge Course

yards with a par of 72

18 holes over 6,163

8100 69th St E,

727-447-5272

(Public)

9 holes over 3,280

(Private Non-Equity)

yards with a par of 70

Palmetto

18 holes over 4,350

East Bay Golf Club

yards with a par of 36

Imperial Lakewoods

(Municipal)

941-776-2611

yards with a par of 63

702 Country Club Dr,

(Private Non-Equity)

Golf Club

Bardmoor Golf & Ten-

18 holes over 7,005

(Municipal)

Largo

Cypress Course

9860 Buffalo Rd,

nis Club

yards with a par of 72

The Club Renaissance

727-581-3333

9 holes over 3,265

Palmetto

8001 Cumberland Rd,

(Municipal)

2121 S Pebble Beach

18 holes over 6,451

yards with a par of 36

800-642-2193

Largo

Caloosa Golf & Coun-

Blvd,

yards with a par of 71

(Private Non-Equity)

18 holes over 7,019

727-392-1234

try Club

Sun City Center

(Public)

Sands Course

yards with a par of 72

18 holes over 7,000

2115 Caloosa Blvd, Sun

813-642-9091

East Lake Woodlands

9 holes over 3,210

(Public)

yards with a par of 72

City Center

18 holes over 6,701

Country Club

yards with a par of 36

Innisbrook: A Salaman-

(Public)

813-634-2870

yards with a par of 72

1055 E Lake Wood-

(Private Non-Equity)

der Golf @ Spa Resort

Bayou Golf Club

18 holes over 6,388

(Private Non-Equity)

lands Pkwy, Oldsmar

Feather Sound Coun-

36750 U.S. Highway 19

7979 Bayou Club Blvd,

yards with a par of 72

Countryside Country

727-784-7270

try Club

N., Palm Harbor

Largo

(Private Equity)

Club

18 holes over 6,803

2201 Feather Sound

727-942-2000

727-399-1000

Caloosa Greens Ex-

3001 Countryside

yards with a par of 72

Dr, Clearwater

Isla Del Sol Yacht &

18 holes over 7,054

ecutive Golf Course

Blvd,

(Private Non-Equity)

727-572-6677

Country Club

yards with a par of 72

2205 Del Webb Blvd,

Clearwater

South Course

18 holes over 6,856

6000 Sun Blvd, Saint

(Private Non-Equity)

Sun City Center

727-796-1135

18 holes over 6,796

yards with a par of 72

Petersburg

Bay Palms Golf

813-633-3958

9 holes (Private Non-

yards with a par of 72

(Private Non-Equity)

866-906-4750

Complex

18 holes over 3,044

Equity)

(Private Non-Equity)

Freedom Fairways

18 holes over 6,392

1803 Golf Course Ave,

yards with a par of 60

Lake Course

Emerald Greens Golf

3940 Upper Creek Dr,

yards with a par of 72

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(Private Equity)

813-926-8888

yards with a par of 71

Kings Point Executive

18 holes over 7,236

(Public)

Golf Course

yards with a par of 72

The Renaisssance

202 Cambridge Trl,

(Private Non-Equity)

Vinoy Golf Club

Sun City Center

On Top Of The World

600 Snell Isle Blvd NE,

(13-634-6261

Golf Course

Saint Petersburg

8 holes over 2,734

2367 World Parkway

727-896-8000

yards with a par of 56

Blvd, Clearwater

18 holes over 6,284

(Private Non-Equity)

727-726-7773

yards with a par of 70

Mangrove Bay Golf

On Top Of World 1

(Private Non-Equity)

Course

Course

River Hills

875 62nd Ave NE, Saint

18 holes over 4,023

Country Club

Petersburg

yards with a par of 65

3943 New River Hills

727-893-7800

(Private Equity)

Pkwy,Valrico

Mangrove Bay Course

On Top Of World 2

813-653-1554

18 holes over 6,779

Course

18 holes over 7,007

yards with a par of 72

9 holes over 1,661

yards with a par of 72

yards with a par of 36

Blvd, Riverview

727-360-6062

(Municipal)

yards with a par of 33

(Private)

(Private Non-Equity)

813-671-3311

9 holes over 905

Cypress Links Course

(Private Equity)

The Riverside

Palm Course

18 holes over 6,903

yards with a par of 27

9 holes over 6,656

Palma Ceia Golf &

Golf Club

9 holes over 3,170

yards with a par of 71

(Municipal)

yards with a par of 72

Country Club

1 Pier Dr, Ruskin

yards with a par of 36

(Public)

Twin Brooks Golf

(Municipal)

1601 S MacDill Ave,

813-645-2000

(Private Non-Equity)

Tampa Palms Golf &

Course

Mainlands Golf Club

Tampa

18 holes over 6,117

Scepter Golf Club

Country Club

3800 22nd Ave S,

9445 Mainlands Blvd W,

813-253-3061

yards with a par of 70

1226 Newport Loop,

5811 Tampa Palms Blvd,

Saint Petersburg

Pinellas Park

18 holes over 6,211

(Public)

Sun City Center

Tampa

727-893-7445

727-577-4847

yards with a par of 70

Rocky Point Golf

813-634-4393

813-972-1444

18 holes over 2,016

18 holes over 4,190

(Private Non-Equity)

Course

18 holes over 6,717

18 holes over 7,004

yards with a par of 54

yards with a par of 63

Palm View Hills Golf

4151 Dana Shores Dr,

yards with a par of 72

yards with a par of 72

(Municipal)

(Public)

Course

Tampa

(Private Non-Equity)

(Private Equity)

Westchase Golf Club

Northdale Golf & Ten-

5712 28th Ave E,

813-673-4316

Seminole Lake Country

Temple Terrace Golf &

11602 Westchase Golf

nis Club

Palmetto

18 holes over 6,444

Club

Country Club

Dr, Tampa

4417 Northdale Blvd,

941-722-2392

yards with a par of 71

6100 Augusta Blvd,

200 Inverness Ave,

813-854-2331

Tampa

18 holes over 3,485

(Municipal)

Seminole

Temple Terrace

18 holes over 6,710

813-962-0428

yards with a par of 63

Rogers Park Golf

727-391-6255

813-988-1791

yards with a par of 72

18 holes over 6,824

(Public)

Course

18 holes over 6,501

18 holes over 6,414

(Public)

yards with a par of 72

Pasadena Yacht &

7911 N 30th St, Tampa

yards with a par of 71

yards with a par of 72

Westchase 2 Course

(Public)

Country Club

813-356-1670

(Public)

(Private Equity)

9 holes (Public)

North Lakes Golf

6300 Pasadena Point

18 holes over 6,593

St. Petersburg Country

Terrace Hill Golf Club

Course

Blvd S, Gulfport

yards with a par of 72

Club

7740 Temple Terrace

1225 N Pebble Beach

727-381-8337

(Municipal)

2000 Country Club

Hwy, Tampa

Blvd, Sun City Center

18 holes over 6,339

Sandpiper Golf Club

Way S, Saint Petersburg

813-985-4653

813-634-1224

yards with a par of 72

1702 S Pebble Beach

727-867-2111

9holes over 1,854

18 holes over 6,515

(Private Non-Equity)

Blvd, Sun City Center

18 holes over 6,388

yards with a par of 30

yards with a par of 72

Pebble Creek

800-237-8200

yards with a par of 72

(Public)

(Private Non-Equity)

Golf Club

9 holes over 3,258

(Private Equity)

Treasure Bay Golf &

Old Memorial

10550 Regents Park Dr,

yards with a par of 36

Summerfield Crossing

Tennis

Golf Club

Tampa

(Private Non-Equity)

Golf Club

10315 Paradise Blvd,

13600 National Golf

813-973-3870

Oaks Course

13050 Summerfield

Treasure Island

Dr, Tampa

18 holes over 6,436

9 holes over 3,154

Innisbrook: A Salamander Golf & Spa Resort

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CLUBS / BARS

Bin 27 Bistro

Code

Dubliner Pub

Hattrick’s

The 29

2702 W Kennedy Blvd, Tampa

1507 7th Ave, Tampa

2307 W Azeele St, Tampa

107 S Franklin St., Tampa

615 ChannleSide Dr, Tampa

813-878-2700

813-247-9070

813-258-2257

813-225-4288

813-221-2929

Blue Martini

The Columbia

Dunedin Brewery

Howl at the Moon

502 Sports Cafe

2223 N West Shore Blvd #

2117 E Seventh Ave.,Ybor

937 Douglas Ave., Dunedin

615 Channelside Drive,

502 Tampa St, Tampa

B203, Tampa

City

727-736-0606

Tampa

813-223-7146

813-873-2583

8132-48-4961

Dunedin House of Beer

813-226-2261

717 South

Boomerang Martini Bar

Copper Top Pub

927 A Broadway, Dunedin

The Hub

717 South Howard Ave,

2016 Town Center Blvd,

5112 E Fowler Ave., Tampa

727-216-6318

19 N Franklin St., Tampa

Tampa

Brandon

813-988-8656

The Emerald

813-229-1553

813-250-1661

813-655-1700

Club Kush

550 Central Ave., St. Peters-

The Hut

Adobe Gila’s

Brahman Lounge & Liquors

4235 N. Armenia Ave, Tampa

burg

514 Channelside Dr, Tampa

1600 E. 8th Ave

9425 Causeway Blvd, Tampa

813-443-5737

727-898-6054

813-307-6395

Suite D-204, Tampa,

813-626-7876

Club Syke

Empire Inc.

Hyde Park Cafe

813-241-8588

Buddha Lounge

1509 E 8th Ave, Tampa

1902 E 7th Ave, Tampa

1801 W Platt St, Tampa

Aja

1200 N. Westshore Blvd

813-247-6606

813-247-2582

813-254-2233

290 South Meridian, Tampa

Westshore Hotel, Tampa

Coyote Ugly Saloon

Floyd’s

813-223-5758

813-282-3636

1722 East 7th Avenue

5223 Orient Rd, Tampa

The Independent

Aja Wiregrass

Caddy’s on the Beach

Between 17th & 18th, Tampa

813-627-7625

29 3rd St N, St Petersburg

28211 Paseo Drive Suite 100,

900 W Gulf Blvd., Sunset

813-228-UGLY

Fly Bar

727-820-9514

Wesley Chapel

Beach,

Crowbar

1202 N Franklin St., Tampa

Jackson’s Bistro

813-223-5758

Treasure Island

1812 N 17th St.,Ybor City

813-275-5000

601 S Harbour Island Blvd

A Taste For Wine

727-360-4993

813-241-8600

Four Green Fields

#100, Tampa

241 Central Ave., St. Peters-

Cafe Denali

Czar

205 W Platt St, Tampa

813-277-0112

burg

1327 East 7th Ave, Tampa

1430 E 7th Ave, Tampa

813-254-4444

Jack Willie’s

727-895-1623

813-287-9717

813-247-2664

Friendly Tavern

1011 Saint Petersburg Dr W,

Azalea Lounge

Caribe Night Club

The Dallas Bull

18121 Gulf Blvd., Redington

Oldsmar

1502 N Florida Ave., Tampa

779 W. Lumsden Blvd,

3322 U.S. 301 N, Tampa

Shores; 727-393-4470

813-854-1972

813-228-0139

Brandon

813-987-2855

Fuma Bella

Kahuna’s Bar & Grill

Bahama Breeze

813-689-1133

Daiquiri Deck & Oceanside

1318 E Eighth Ave.,Ybor City

10515 Gandy Blvd., St. Pe-

3045 N Rocky Point Dr E,

Castle Bar

Grill

813-248-6130

tersburg; 727-576-7800

Tampa

2004 N 16th St, Tampa

14995 Gulf Blvd, Madeira

G.Bar

Ka’Tiki

813-289-7922

813-247-7547

Beach

1401 E Seventh Ave.,Ybor

8803 W Gulf Blvd., Treasure

Bahasa Lounge

Ceviche

727-393-2706

City;

Island; 727-360-2272

Hyde Park

10 Beach Drive, St. Peters-

Dave’s Aqua Lounge

813-247-1016

The Kennedy

2408 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa

burg

10820 Gandy Blvd. St. Peters-

Gaspar’s Grotto

408 W Kennedy Blvd., Tampa

813-503-2096

727-209-2302

burg; 727-576-1091

1805 E Seventh Ave.,Ybor

813-259-9669

Bar Louie

The Chic-a-Boom Room

The Dirty Martini

City;

Limey’s Pub

2223 N West Shore Blvd #

19 Main St., Dunedin,

25032 U.S. 19 N, Clearwater

813-248-5900

1492 Fourth St N, St. Peters-

B202, Tampa

727-736-5284

727-796-2442

Gators on the Pass

burg; 727-895-2049

813-874-1919

Club 360

Dolce Vita Lounge

12754 Kingfish Drive, Trea-

Lit Cigar Lounge

Bella Brava

1609 E 7th Ave, Tampa

615 Channelside Dr, Tampa

sure Island. 727-367-8951

615 Channelside Dr, Tampa

515 Central Ave, St Peters-

813-363-0284

813-579-7988

Hammer Heads Billiard

813-221-5548

burg

Club Excetera

Drynk

Lounge

The Lodge

727-895-5515

2520 N. 50th Street, Tampa

302 S Howard Ave, Tampa

1916 U.S. 19 N, Holiday

516 S Howard Ave., Tampa

813-247-2970

813-223-5758

727-939-9494

813-251-5634

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Mac Dinton’s

O’Keefe’s Tavern

405 S Howard Ave, Tampa

1219 S Fort Harrison Ave.,

813-251-8999

Clearwater

Mad Dogs & Englishmen

727-442-9034

4115 S Macdill Ave, Tampa

O’Maddy’s Bar & Grille

813-832-3037

5405 Shore Blvd, Gulfport

Mahuffer’s

727-323-8643

19201 Gulf Blvd., Indian

Palm Pavilion Grill & Bar

Shores

10 Bay Esplanade, Clearwater

727-596-0226

727-446-2642

Mangroves Bar & Grill

Pegasus Lounge

208 S Howard Ave, Tampa

10008 N 30th St., Tampa.

813-258-3302

813-971-1679

Market on 7th

Peabody’s Billiards

1816 E Seventh Ave.,Ybor

15333 Amberly Drive, Tampa

City;

813-972-1725

813-248-2356

Pegasus Lounge

Mastry’s

10008 N 30th St., Tampa

233 Central Ave., St. Peters-

813-971-1679

burg

Peg’s Cantina

727-822-3070

3038 Beach Blvd., Gulfport

Mirage

727-328-2720

3605 W. Hilsborough Ave,

Prana

Tampa

1619 E 7th Ave

813-673-8835

Tampa, FL 33605

Mise En Place Restaurant

813-241-4139

442 W Kennedy Blvd # 110,

Pop Lounge

Tampa

1609 E 7th Ave, Tampa

813-254-5373

813-967-6235

Moon Under Water

Press Box Sports Emporium

332 Beach Dr NE, St Peters-

222 S Dale Mabry Hwy,

burg

Tampa

727-896-6160

813-876-3528

Mr. Dunderbak’s

Push Ultra Lounge

14929 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.,

128 Third St. S, St. Petersburg

Tampa

727-871-7874

813-977-4104

The Rack

New World Brewery

1809 W. Platt St, Tampa

1313 E Eighth Ave.,Ybor City

813-250-1595

813-248-4969

Rare Olive

O’Brien’s Irish Pub

300 Central Ave # 101, St

11744 N Dale Mabry High-

Petersburg

way, Tampa

727-822-7273

813-961-4092

Raw Bar Downtown Tampa 777 N Ashley Dr, Tampa 813-422-5220

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Jackson’s Bistro

The Reservoir

Tampa Bay Brewing Co

Whiskey Park North

1518 E Seventh Ave.,Ybor

1600 E 8th Ave # A123,

11921 N Dale Mabry Hwy #

City

Tampa

6, Tampa

813-248-1442

813-247-1422

813-968-1515

The Retreat

Tank’s Tap Room

Whitey’s Fox & Hounds Irish

123 S Hyde Park Ave., Tampa

13150 N Dale Mabry High-

Pub

813-254-2014

way, Tampa

29 E Brandon Blvd.,Brandon

Rick’s on the River

813-961-2337

813-685-8151

2305 N Willow Ave., Tampa

Taps Wine & Beer Merchants

Wine Exchange Bistro &

813-251-0369

777 N Ashley Drive, Tampa

Wine Bar

Roy’s

813-463-1968

1609 Snow Ave, Tampa

4342 W Boy Scout Blvd,

Tavern At Bayboro

813-254-9463

Tampa

121 7th Ave S, St Petersburg

World of Beer

813-873-7697

727-821-1418

9524 W Linebaugh Ave,

Splitsville

Tiny Tap Tavern

Tampa;

615 Channelside Drive,

2105 W Morrison Ave. Tampa

813-852-2337

Tampa

813-254-4895

Yeoman’s Road Pub

813-514-2695

The Undertow

236 E Davis Blvd., Tampa

Stroker’s

3850 Gulf Blvd., St Pete

813-251-2748

11236 W Hillsborough Ave.,

Beach

Tampa

727-368-9000

813-814-2277

The Venue

Studio Inc.

2675 Ulmerton Road, St.

3603 W Waters Ave., Tampa

Petersburg; 727-571-2222

813-598-3946

The Veranda at the Vinoy

Swigwam Beach Bar

501 Fifth Ave. NE, St. Peters-

6300 Gulf Blvd, St. Pete Beach

burg

727-360-0889

727-894-1000

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living ‘N Style

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