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Tampa Bay International Curry Festival Curries prepared by people from the US, India, Africa, Thailand, China, Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica, Canada and England and other countries were enjoyed by guests who experienced the diversity of this spice. Cooking demonstrations by the area’s top chefs offered guests the full culinary experience with free food samples for all. Professional and amateur chefs competed for the Bragging Rights of having the best curry in Tampa Bay and North America. The highlight was to taste your way around the world at the event of flavor while enjoying an international selection of live entertainment! Gary Thompson, Megan and Lisa Moreno

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> Holiday season is no longer “just around the corner” it’s here. With the seemingly non-ending volatility in world markets presenting almost daily stiff challenges to prosperity, the joy of giving has become more meaningful than ever before.With this in mind it’s time to get out there without delay and select the gifts for those special in your life. In today’s world, markets abound with unbelievable bargains being offered in our great specialty shops as well as in the malls so take advantage of the ‘deals’ by doing your part in supporting our local merchants by patronizing their businesses.

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Our ‘Holiday Gift Guide’ will give you some great ideas of what’s hot and desirable this year but the greatest gift of all is the act of giving itself. The memories and emotions that come from sharing are timeless, universal and lasting. We have always put a positive spin on the economy, even in the darkest days. We continue being consistent in this regard and remain hopeful that things will get much better in 2012, thus we look for a brighter future. Tampa Style had a great start thanks to the local and national advertisers who expressed their confidence in our publication to deliver their advertising messages in a high quality and well designed presentation. As usual, we remain openly available to all our readers and if you want us to help you find something special that you are looking for, please don’t hesitate to ask.

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Greg Alexander Greg Alexander is a world citizen who travels the planet to transmute all the quintessence of femininity on glazed paper. If he nourishes an atavistic passion for Greece, the ground of his ancestors, it’s in Paris that he has found his home port. As a photographer, he continues his dream of perfection because, according to him, “the photograph is a kind of plastic surgery which is able to modulate a face ad infinitum!” His vision of beauty is fragile, transitory, a little kitsch and inevitably fatal.

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.

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.

Rebecca Coe Rebecca Coe is a freelance writer, photographer, and video editor. She is a University of Central Florida alumnus with a BA in English: Creative Writing and Film: Cinema Studies. When not freelancing, she enjoys going wakeboarding, working on film projects, and spending time with friends and family. She currently resides in the beautiful Mt. Dora, Florida. You can contact Rebecca at rebecca.a.coe@ gmail.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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Brad Caswell and Alyssa Van Gorder, Liz Claiborne Inc.

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Kristen Brett and Kim Brett, Madison and Shannon Skipper

International Plaza Fall Fashion Show with Tim Gunn Project Runway’s style expert, Tim Gunn, was at International Plaza sharing his expertise as host for a Fall 2011 fashion show launching the latest collections from Juicy Couture, Kate Spade and Lucky Brand. Tim spoke to guests about the importance of style, proportion and fit while showing how the pieces on the runway could add versatility and maximize an already aesthetic wardrobe. After the fashion show, guests were treated to an open forum Q & A where he answered audience questions. Austin Kelly and Giselle Boothby, Reeves Import Motorcars

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> In Tampa, we have a large selection of things to do. Going to thrilling theme parks like Busch Gardens is always fun as well as attending loud football games cheering on the Buccaneers! Even though Tampa is well known for these activities, these aren’t the only things to rave about. What many of you might not know is that Tampa is filled with hidden fashion treasures all in & around town. Are you having a hard time trying to fight your way through the metropolitan jungle of Tampa just to find the perfect jeans and accessories, or the amazing boots you just got to have to start the season off right? Well then here is the secret waiting to be shared. Look for these fashion hot spots and you will not be disappointed! You can dress up or down for the up-coming holiday season! Bijou Brigitte is a German based company located right in Westfield Citrus Park. You can find the chicest accessories that you will not find anywhere else. Whether you are looking for casual jewelry for everyday wear, or accessories for a night on the town, this European inspired wear won’t let you down. This store will definitely help you find the perfect accessory to compliment your favorite pair of jeans or to spice up your little black dress.

Another one of Tampa’s fantastic accessory stores is DKM Accessories. DKM first started off with only handbags, but now has expanded with great lines of merchandise featuring jewelry, clothing and Swarovski crystals. And if you love to be unique, DKM even provides you with custom footwear to suit your sole. Who doesn’t love that?

Are you having a hard time trying to fight your way

through the metropolitan jungle of Tampa just to find the perfect jeans and

accessories, or the amazing boots you just got to have to start the season off right?

If you just so happen to be in downtown St. Petersburg don’t forget to stop by Bella Moda! Bella Moda means beautiful fashion in Italian and that defines this lovely fashion boutique. One thing you won’t have to worry about is

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running into someone wearing the same thing as you because Bella Moda only carries one of kind items for the sophisticated woman. The Pink Palm boutique is another great treasure found in Tampa. Especially fans of Lilly Pulitzer.This is a signature store devoted to her fashion line. Large prints and pops of color consume this boutique with bits of glitz and glam everywhere! If you desire to be bold, come out and shop. Let’s see what you got! International Plaza is home to a lot of wellknown stores like Zara, and Juicy Couture. But one store in particular will catch your eye by its stunning window displays. Kate Spade New York is the name, and boy do they know how to play the fashion game. The classic modern look and the use of vibrant colors for any season takes a hold of this line and the store itself. If you are looking for accessories, handbags or cocktail dresses, you will definitely find it here. Are you looking for flawless Winter attire? Stroll on over to Hyde Park Village. Stores like Anthropologie and Juxtapose Apparel & Studio reside right in this humble abode. At Anthropologie you will be sure to find great cardigans, printed sweaters and beautiful dresses to match with impeccable leather boots. This line will add a great naturist feel to your wardrobe. Juxtapose on the other hand has an assortment of designers like Julie Dillon,Tailorbyrd for your special beau, and Annie Griffin.They focus more on jewel tone colors and silky whimsical clothing that will blow you away. These two stores among many at Hyde Park Village are guaranteed to have something you can’t be without. These are only a selection of great stores to shop at in Tampa for the chic and trendy. And with Tampa still growing, more hot spots to shop will continue to pop-up. Now it’s up to you to go out and while you’re out shopping don’t forget to show this city what a Tampa Style fashionista is all about. <

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Chance Smith, Matthew Bruggeman, Karyn Glubis and Shandelle Leonard - ((Shake)) It Off

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David West, Chris Elmore, Kevin Riley and Keith Humphrey - Willy Wonka’s Amazing Flying Adventure

Jason Highsmith, Megan McGowan, Jeannie Hoffman, Julie Roll and Amy Walston

Red Bull Flutag Tampa Bay Even a stern northeastern wind off the channel couldn’t keep 125,000 Floridians from crowding into the bay to witness 38 teams “unsuccessfully” attempt to defy gravity in their homemade flying machines at the second Red Bull Flugtag Tampa Bay.The scene was packed with everyone from the young to the young at heart with roaring cheers heard for miles. Judged on distance, creativity and showmanship, these wacky, fun loving crews all took the plunge but returning 2008 champions, Willy Wonka’s Amazing Flying Flugtag took the crown for a second time this year. Nicole Niccum, Alex Clark, Heather Jennings, Kristen Saenz and Paul Rodgers

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Jeremy Carter and Gregory Dennis - UFO

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Los Suenos Ocean View

Pura Vida!

Costa Rica - The Pure Life By: Greg Rinaldi Read more at: StyleToMe.com

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> “Pura vida!” That was the happy welcome shouted out to us when we landed at the San Jose Airport. It was how customs greeted us, how the Marriott hotel staff said good morning, and how the Ticos (as the locals are affectionately known) said hello, good-bye, till next time. Pura vida! Literally translated it means “pure life,” but in Costa Rica it was the equivalent of saying awesome, wicked, or just plain cool. It perfectly describes the spirit of a country that beats to the rhythm of life. It was how our tour guide Jorge greeted us at the airport, “Pura vida! You’re here!” We had just gotten off what turned out to be an amazingly short flight. Costa Rica had always seemed to be one of those far away, exotic lands seen only in pictures in National Geographic or featured on the Discovery Channel but that’s no longer the case. JetBlue now runs daily non-stop flights from Orlando International to San Jose for cheaper than it would cost to fly to Texas. Plus, you can visit Mother Nature’s version

of Disneyworld in just three hours! Sure, there are other options from Tampa but nothing beats the convenience and comfort of a non-stop flight. As we drove toward the Los Suenos Marriott Spa and Golf Resort the tour guide proved to be a wealth of information. He was with Swiss Travel. Guests of any Marriott in Costa Rica have the option of booking guided tours through this company. If you do, you’ll quickly understand why they’ve become the largest travel firm in the country. All the guides seemed to have this eerie sixth sense when it came to wildlife. They were able to point out the infamous “Jesus Christ Lizard” sprinting across a pond, a family of bats high up in the trees and a playful tribe of capuchin monkeys. This is the reason you come to Costa Rica - canopy/zip-line tours, hiking active volcanoes, whitewater rafting, boat tours and nature walks in the country’s marvelous rain forests. They let us know, among other things, to never leave our bags unattended in the rainforest because the monkeys have


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A typical day in the Costa Rican jungle with the right tour

guide will put you up close and personal with Mother Nature in a way that would put National Geographic to shame

learned how to unzip them in search of treats. We also learned that those awkward low-hanging power lines that crossed some of the roads weren’t really power lines at all. “They’re ropes for the monkeys to safely cross the road,” said Jorge. A monkey highway, if you will. You can tell a country treasures its natural resources when even the wild animals have their own network of roads! A typical day in the Costa Rican jungle with the right tour guide will put you up close and personal with nature in a way that would put National Geographic to shame, but it’s your choice of accommodations that will set the tone for your trip.Why not choose a resort that matches Mother Nature’s taste for beauty and luxury with its own? The Los Suenos Marriott has done just that. Located in the coastal town of Herradura, about 90 minutes from the San Jose Airport this resort is designed to make you feel at home - that is, if your home has ever been on an episode of MTV’s Cribs. Once you pass through the resort’s colonial-style gates it’ll feel as though you’ve entered a dream which is fitting, since the literal translation of Los Suenos is The Dreams. It is set against a lush green landscape overlooking the Pacific Ocean with an 18-hole golf course that skirts the edge of a rainforest. One of the highlights of Los Suenos is the Sibo Spa. This is their answer to Heaven. In keeping with the spirit of Pura Vida, the spa features themes of metamorphosis and rebirth; from cocoon-shaped sconces on the walls to butterfly-inspired etchings in the glass doors. Changing areas feature full his and hers locker rooms, showers and saunas. Once in your complimentary robe & slippers you can relax in one of three lounges where you’ll be greeted by your masseuse and led down a winding staircase into one of the private spa rooms. Couples

can opt for the couples’ suite, which includes side-by-side massage tables and a private patio with hot tub - an experience that will make honeymooners out of even the most veteran couples. While eco-tourism is the lifeblood of Costa Rica, you may prefer to contrast your days playing Indiana Jones with the excitement of a lively urban nightlife. The Marriott offers three options in the capitol city of San Jose. The Costa Rica Marriott sits on a coffee plantation and has the familiar Spanish hacienda-inspired décor and luxurious resort amenities of Los Suenos, all in the heart of party-loving San Jose. Just like Los Suenos, the Costa Rica Marriott features a well-appointed spa, which is themed after the natural elements of the coffee plantation. Residence Inn is located in Escazu, an upand-coming section of San Jose, which could easily be mistaken for Miami with its chic restaurants and high-end bars within walking distance. Featuring more modern décor,

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the Residence Inn is perfect for an extended stay with all the comforts of home away from home. Every unit is a suite equipped with a full kitchen, bathroom and 1 or 2 bedroom options. They even offer free washer and dryers. Whether you choose the tropical luxury of Los Suenos or the urban vibe of San Jose, be sure to experience everything Costa Rica has to offer. You don’t need to participate in the eco-tours, but that’s like saying you don’t need to taste the wine in Tuscany. This country worships the Earth as the cradle of life. You’ll feel as if you’ve entered the Garden of Eden while zip-lining high over the jungle canopy or careening down level 4 rapids (rafting on the Pacuare River is the adventure of a lifetime!). Pura Vida is everywhere; in the sloths, the macaws, the monkeys, the trees, the crocodiles basking listlessly in the mud, but most of all in the people you’ll encounter along the way. The best part of Costa Rica is that you’re sure to see Pura Vida in the smiles of everyone you meet. <

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In Case You Missed It Style Events, News & Gossip From Around The City By: Karyn Anjali Glubis Read more at: StyleToMe.com

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> “No place I’d rather be” right now other than here with cooler weather and beautiful breezes we “Watch as the night turns into day” in Tampa Bay. So as the season is now busier, there’s a lot to cover… and more to come right around the corner. Wine,Women & Shoes held on October 27th at the David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts was a winning combination of wine tasting, shoe shopping and fundraising for charity. Ladies were pampered by one of the event’s Sole Men charming men from the community who catered to the crowd with designer shoes presented on silver platters. “(They) gon’ make me stay forever.” The Straz Center inspires audiences and artists to dream and discover, to create and celebrate. The goal is for it to be one of the finest performing arts centers in the nation. I Can Do It! 2011 hosted some amazing authors at a weekend retreat from November 11th to November 13th at the Tampa Convention Center. Featured speakers included: Colette Baron-Reid, Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, Caroline Myss, Dr. Christiane Northrup, Debbie Ford and many more. Hundreds enjoyed a series of workshops and lectures geared at helping them become better people. Tampa Convention Center is

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located along the Riverwalk in the heart of downtown Tampa. John Fogerty, STYX and Trace Adkins performed at the 22 Years of “ROCKIN’ RIBS - HELPIN’ KIDS” Ribfest™ on November 11th, 12th, & 13th at Vinoy Park in St. Petersburg. “Aloha mi amore.” This fun filled three-day charity fundraiser had some of the best barbeque ribbers in the world, national touring bands playing classic and southern rock and country hits. Vinoy Park is adjacent to the Renaissance Vinoy Resort and sits right on the water. The park also hosts celebrations like the Fourth of July party and programs such as jazz concerts annually. “I hear the drums you gon’ make me stay”… You missed the coolest outdoor party in The Bay, St Petersburg Chillounge Night held at Straub Park on November 19th. 5 trucks of beautiful lounge furniture transformed Rainer Scheer’s vision into a magnificent lounge. This year’s event supported Creative Clay and The Woodson Museum. In its’ fourth year, it was bigger and better with Phoebe Vecchioni’s Samba Team performing an authentic Brazilian style samba and Mustang providing two very special pool tables for the VIP area.

Not one but two 13 Ugly Men fundraising events were missed… the 14th Annual Halloween Freakshow at the Venue in Ybor City in October and the 16th Annual Get Roasted Thanksgiving Event held in November. The “Men” have literally been on a “roll.” “Sing it to me baby, that melody”… The 13 Ugly Men Foundation, Inc., is a notfor-profit organization founded in 2000 with one firm goal in mind – to host great parties and donate the proceeds to local charities. Comprised currently of 27 members, these young professionals are active in many aspects of life and charity in the Tampa Bay area. I hope you enjoyed “Mohombi ‘s Coconut Tree” and all that’s happened around Tampa Bay. Just remember you may have missed these events but know, there’s always a next time … now that we’ve teased you a bit, visit StyleToMe.com to sign up for Tampa Style’s VIP only invite list to get event alerts before they happen. Know of a not-to-be-missed event? Do tell!

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> A vacation is just what we all need. Some time to vacate from everyday life and connect with yourself and slow down. Stressful situations, business meetings, running a household, and work all take a toll on our day-to-day lives. But even planning the vacation can be exhausting from deciding what type of vacation you want and then choosing where to go. If your idea of a vay-kay is on a beach somewhere in the Caribbean, then Aruba should be on your itinerary. Once you are lying on a lounge chair sipping a piña colada, you’ll know you are right where you ought to be. Aruba is known for its nearly perfect climate. The average temperature lies between 86 and 91 throughout the year and because it lies right beyond the hurricane band, it rarely gets big storms. And if it does ever rain, it is usually never more than five minutes, which is a definite selling point when booking a trip. While Aruba has many beautiful hotels and resorts, a standout among the lineup is the Aruba Marriott Resort and Stellaris Casino. Situated on Palm Beach, this 411room (each with its own private balcony), eight-story complex is host to seven bars and restaurants, a swim up and lobby bar, the Mandara Spa, the Stellaris Casino and several gift shops. There is so much to indulge in you won’t even want to leave the property. But if you do opt to take a look at the island, there are a plethora of activities the island offers including jeep safari tours, horseback riding, sailing trips, and of course, water activities. Looking for an activity at the hotel? Then book a paddleboard yoga class, which is a revolutionary new concept where you practice yoga on a paddleboard on the water and try to remain stable in the most unstable of places. As soon as you walk into the spacious and inviting lobby, you will feel serenity, comfort and definitely think, “Ok…now I am on vacation.” In late 2008, the hotel completed a $50 million renovation of all 411 rooms, which include 23 suites, with state-of-theart features and the latest designs. And while you would be completely satisfied staying in these impressive rooms, you might want to indulge even more and opt to stay in the exclusive Tradewinds Club. This is a hotel within a hotel, providing you with boutique-style luxury. Although it is in

a resort setting, the Tradewinds Club offers five star complimentary food and beverage offerings daily, a 24-hour personal concierge, Tradewinds Lounge access, reserved beach seating and the benefit of sitting on the top floor overlooking the beautiful pool and Caribbean. After enjoying your room and view from your private balcony, you can either enjoy the sun by the free-form pool with cascading waterfalls and swim up bar, or you can head on over to the brand new H2Oasis adults-only pool and recreation area. The $1.2 million project delivered a gorgeous 10,000 square foot adult playground with an impressive fully stocked lounge and plush cabanas. Director of Sales & Marketing for the Aruba Marriot, Anotinette Van Den Berg, states that this is another option from the freeform pool for those “guests seeking a bit of exclusivity and serenity.” Looking to indulge even more? Treat yourself to a luxurious service at the Mandara Spa. The 6,500 square-foot spa includes four VIP treatment rooms for couples and eight individual treatment rooms, along with a steam room, nail and hair salon, and relaxation area. Opt for the full body massage. It is decadent and the perfect detox from everyday life. When you are finished racing around the Caribbean waters on a banana boat or wave runner, have relaxed in the spa and have worked up an appetite, you’ll be able to indulge in some of the islands best restaurants, which happen to be located on property. There is something for everyone at the Aruba Marriott. La Vista Restaurant offers delicious Italian buffet while Ketsu Sushi Bar will satisfy all sushi lovers with a diverse and fresh selection. Looking to spoil yourself? Then book at the famous Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse where quality is never compromised and the food is always sizzling and scintillating. Have a guy in the family who’s bummed about missing the big football game back over in the states? Send him over to Champions Sports Bar & Restaurant where he can catch the game while enjoying a classic American dinner. Ladies (or men) can be satisfied ordering straight from your lounge chair from The Waves Beach Bar & Grill for lunch, and the most romantic and beautiful option is Simply Fish, where the beachfront transforms

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into a restaurant allowing you to eat right alongside the water and wiggle your toes in the sand. You’ll also enjoy some of the freshest seafood on the island. If you want to get away for a few hours, then head to the noteworthy restaurant,The Screaming Eagle. While most restaurants have you sitting at a table, this restaurant takes breakfast-in-bed to a whole knew meaning offering full size beds with plush white pillows to lounge in while enjoying your dinner. You might want to wear pants or shorts to this slumber party though. With a satisfied tummy, it’s time to make way to the largest casino in Aruba, the Stellaris Casino, which is located right in the lobby of the Aruba Marriot. The gaming space has everything you’re looking for in a top-notch casino and is even available to rent out for private gaming parties or slot tournaments. Be careful though… it’s open 24 hours so you might not be hitting the hay until the wee hours of the morning. But incase you’re still not tired, head over to Moomba’s beach bar, located walking distance from the resort. It’s a funky island bar right on the water. With the holidays wizzing past us, the combination of a stunning island, glorious warm weather, genuinely sweet locals, and a fantastic resort with all the amenities you could need or want, you might just need to book this vacation to the beautiful island of Aruba sooner than you think. Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino L.G. Smith Boulevard # 101 Palm Beach, Aruba Toll-free: 1- 800- 223- 6388 For more information please visit: www.marriott.com/Aruba <

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> In 2011, certain names from Hollywood’s “Golden Age” still ring eternal. Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, James Dean, and Jane Russell are still on the top of the list today as the names of timeless legends. Perhaps not as many people would automatically add “Terry Moore” to that list. Yet the ‘50s movie starlet, still acting and still vivacious well into her 80s, claimed as close friends all of the above names. She worked with even more of them, including Jimmy Durante, Frankie Laine, Judy Garland, Lana Turner and Burt Lancaster. And eventually, she would achieve a very unique fame for one relationship that would not just draw attention from Hollywood, but the entire world. Born Helen Luella Koford, she was billed under multiple different names before eventually settling on Terry Moore. Her acting career had begun well before that. After some work as a child model she landed at age 11 an uncredited role in the 1940 film Maryland. She spent the rest of the decade splitting time between minor roles and radio work before landing her first starring role in the quasi-sequel of King Kong, Mighty Joe Young. Moore’s most acclaimed part came a few years later, in her career-turning role in the 1953 melodrama Come Back, Little Sheba. Burt Lancaster and Shirley Booth starred in this cinematic adaptation of the Broadway play about a couple who’s been beaten down by life’s trials, only to get reminded of how far they’ve fallen from their youthful vigor when a beautiful, passionate young woman played by Moore takes up board. This was a move against the innocent characters she had portrayed up until then, one that was rewarded with an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress.

Terry Moore Hollywood’s Legend Next Door By: Karyn Glubis Read more at: StyleToMe.com

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Moore starred in more than a dozen movies in the 1950s, including the 1956 war film Between Heaven and Hell and Peyton Place, a film based on a controversial, salacious novel. Amidst the backdrop of this flurry of work, though, another drama was taking place. While Moore was working on Sheba her marriage to Glen Davis was coming to an end. Blossoming at the same time was another relationship, one that would become inextricably tied to her career. It was to a gentleman named Howard Hughes. Like the enigmatic billionaire, the relationship between he and Moore was something of a mystery. What made this mystery all the more interesting was that as Moore would eventually claim, it was more than just a coupling: it was a marriage. Though 25 years her senior, Hughes

was purportedly taken by the young starlet, with a fascination that Moore would later call “puppy love … the greatest love in the whole world.” Did they marry? That would be the question that would preoccupy Hollywood for years. Moore states that they originally married in the eyes of God on top of a hillside, and then finally tied the knot legally on a yacht in 1949. While Moore never provided publicly any documentation, a lawsuit between her and Hughes’s estate ended in a settlement. She would eventually write the story of the affair from her perspective in The Beauty and the Billionaire. Today, though she sometimes gets tired of it being the first thing that people ask her about, she still speaks fondly of the “puppy love” that the two shared. Her annoyance at the questioning is probably more understandable in light of the fact that Moore’s career never stopped moving, though it did start to slow down just a bit. By the time of a bit part in the1983 B-thriller Double Exposure, Moore had been in only three movies and a small handful of TV roles in 16 years. It was another “exposure” that regenerated interest in her, though. In August of 1984, at the age of 55, she defied all rules of celebrity by appearing in a nude spread in Playboy. Her confident, glamorous beauty would continue to inspire actresses for years to come. 10 years later her place in Hollywood was literally cemented when she received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Moore today is as active and vibrant as she has ever been, going so far as to continue to take acting classes. Her filmography lists 8 movie credits in just the last 5 years, with an additional fun turn in the VH-1 reality series Old Skool with Terry & Gita, a sassy girl-talk show where she gossips it up with former supermodel Gita Hall. In 2012, she will appear in two films, Margarine Wars and Blood Mansions. Through it all, Moore has one last reality show to be proud of starring in. She is the mother of two children and two grandchildren, with two of her progeny (son Grant Cramer and granddaughter Alexander Cramer) going on to have successful acting careers of their own. Many thanks to Antonio F. Uccello III, dear friend of Terry Moore, and her step son, Beau Burton, for arranging this interview while Terry visited the Tampa Bay Area to spend quality time with the star of the movie, ‘Winter’ the bottlenose dolphin in ‘Dolphin Tale.’ Her philosophy on always working hard and making sure you know what it is you want to be in life will resound with me forever. <


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Tampa Bay’s Dancing with the Stars ~ Broadway Edition Kudos to Julie Weintraub’s, Hands Across The Bay, who said this year’s event, “The best DWTS ever!” An array of local community leaders and celebrities raised money for local charities. The event, based on the popular television reality show, was held at Pepin’s Hospitality Centre. Each team performed a ballroom dance of their choice before members of the National and International Ballroom Competition Adjudicators. They set the bar high but Sarah Jon Porreca took home the trophy. An amazing night was enjoyed by many. Linda McClintock Greco and Sarah Jon Porreca

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“Tinseltown” By: Rebecca Coe Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> ‘Gifts From The Heart’

Since the beginning of their relationship in 2005, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, also known as, “Brangelina,” have become one of the World’s most famous celebrity couples. Brad and Angelina first met on the set of the film, Mr. & Mrs. Smith in 2004. After denying multiple rumors of a relationship in 2005, Angelina announced to the public that she was pregnant with Brad’s child in 2006 and the rest “they say” is history. The Jolie-Pitts are famously known for their large family brood, including three adopted children, Maddox Chivan who was born in Cambodia, Zahara Marley adopted from Ethiopia, Pax Thien who is from Vietnam, and three biological children, Shiloh Nouvel, and twins, Knox Léon and Vivienne Marcheline. Angelina Jolie, who is listed as the highestpaid actress in Hollywood, according to a Forbes report in 2011, brings in an estimated $30 million per year, and Brad Pitt, who is listed as one of Forbes highest-paid actors, brings in around $20 million. Together they donate large amounts of money to charities every year and help support humanitarian efforts around the world.

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Jolie is a Goodwill Ambassador for UNHCR, the United Nations Refugee Agency, and has traveled all over the world to aid refugees in over 20 countries, including Libya, Pakistan, Kosovo, Egypt, and Sri Lanka. In 2006, Angelina and Brad created the JoliePitt Foundation, which provides assistance to humanitarian crises happening around the world. The duo made donations of $1 million to Doctors Without Borders and Global Action for Children to help launch their foundation.


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According to tax records, in 2006, Angelina and Brad donated over $8 million to charities. More recently, in January 2011, the couple donated $2 million to the Namibian sanctuary called the Naankuse Lodge and Wildlife Sanctuary, where their family spent Christmas in 2010. The donation was made through the Jolie-Pitt Foundation in their daughter Shiloh’s name, who was born in Namibia. While celebrating Christmas, the family was able to help feed and care for orphaned baby baboons and foxes, according to a report in the Associated Press.

more recently, girlfriend Stacy Keibler, a former Dancing With The Stars contestant and WWE star.

The well-traveled family enjoys spending the holidays overseas every other year, so this year, 2011, the Jolie-Pitts will be celebrating Christmas in the United States. The charitable family, who gives and helps others, doesn’t believe in spending large amounts of money on each other at Christmas time, but instead like to give gifts that come from the heart.

Clooney has also been known to give large donations to homeless people and is an active supporter of Bono’s poverty-fighting “ONE Campaign.”

“The rule is that everyone’s got to make something for someone else, you got to put time into it,” said Brad in an interview with Hello!, “Then, when they give to each other, it’s really sweet.”

A United Nations Messenger of Peace, since 2008, Clooney has always had a heart for those suffering from poverty and social injustice. He founded a charity organization with his Ocean’s 11 co-stars Matt Damon, Brad Pitt, Don Cheadle, and producer Jerry Weintraub called, Not On Our Watch, which main purpose is to help stop the genocide in Darfur.

Wildlife Conservation Society at Russia’s tiger summit. This Christmas, DiCaprio will be spending his holiday in Sydney, Australia, as he finishes filming The Great Gatsby, which is scheduled to be released in theaters in 2012..<

George Clooney usually spends his holidays at one of his two bachelor pads. His 7,354 square foot main home is located in Los Angeles, California and his Italian villa is location on Lake Como in the Laglio village.

‘Under The Mistletoe’

Leonardo DiCaprio known as the highestpaid actor in the world, and famously a private individual has had women fawning over him ever since his breakout role as Jack Dawson in James Cameron’s internationally epic 1997 film, Titanic.

This holiday season, swoon over two of the most handsome and sought after bachelors in Hollywood, George Clooney and Leonardo DiCaprio. What would you do for a kiss under the Mistletoe with these gorgeous men?

DiCaprio has been linked with several supermodels over the years, including Gisele Bündchen and Bar Refaeli. This year he was seen dating actress Blake Lively, which ended in October 2011, and since then, has been spotted with several Australian models.

Oscar-winning actor, producer, screenwriter, and director, George Clooney, has women all over the world dreaming about his dapper good looks, salt’n’pepper hair, and the chance of taking him to the altar one day. Clooney was married to actress Talia Balsam, from 1989 to 1993, and then after getting divorced, vowed to never marry again.

DiCaprio is also widely recognized as a committed environmentalist and is a firm believer in the fight against global warming. He drives a hybrid car, uses solar energy for his home, and has even flown on commercial planes, to cut down on the use of private jets.

He is one of three people to be featured as the “Sexiest Man Alive” twice in People Magazine, once in 1997 and another time in 2006. Clooney has been romantically linked with Italian model Elisabetta Canalis, whom he dated from June 2009 to June 2011, and

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Sanrio A deluxe palette that contains 25 eye shadows and 10 lip glosses. Create unique looks with these easy applications ultra-silky shadows and glosses. $49 www.sephora.com

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> At 48, the Porsche 911 Carrera is younger than ever. The completely redesigned seventh-generation sports car icon is stepping into the limelight with its sleek and stretched silhouette, exciting contours and precisely designed features. Yet from every angle it is unmistakably

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The new lightweight body is an aluminumsteel composite construction and contributes greatly to the 45 kg or about 100 lbs weight reduction when compared to the previous 911 body. When combined with the greater structural rigidity and optimized aerodynamics – including a wider, variably extending rear spoiler – the new 911 Carrera’s front and rear lift has been reduced to near zero while retaining the Cd value of 0.29.

systems such as the Automatic Start Stop function, engine and transmission thermal management, electrical system recuperation, the world’s first seven-speed manual transmission and – in conjunction with the Porsche Doppelkupplungsgetriebe (PDK) – the ability to ‘sail’ or coast. The new electro-mechanical power steering offers not only Porsche’s typical precision and feedback but also helps increase efficiency and reduce fuel-consumption.

To complement the modern exterior design, Porsche designers created an interior reminiscent of the Carrera GT. The driver is now even more closely integrated within the cockpit thanks to the rising center console and high-mounted shift lever or gear selector located close to the steering wheel. As with the exterior, classic Porsche elements abound inside. Present is the instrument cluster with five round gauges – one of them a high resolution multifunction screen, and of course the central tachometer and the ignition lock to the left of the steering wheel.

For example, the 911 Carrera with the new 350 hp, 3.4-liter boxer engine and optional PDK consumes 8.2 l/100 km based on the NEDC – 1.6 l/100 km less than its predecessor.

Setting the standard in its class, as it has for generations, the new 911 Carrera and 911 Carrera S raise the performance and efficiency bar yet another notch. All versions get by with significantly less than 10 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers (official U.S. EPA fuel mileage estimates are TBD) and fuel consumption and emissions are up to 16 percent lower in the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) when compared with the predecessor. This is achieved through

The 911 Carrera S with its 400 hp, 3.8-liter boxer engine – 15 hp more than before – achieves 8.7 l/100 km in the NEDC when paired with the optional PDK transmission. This represents a fuel consumption decrease of 14 percent or 1.5 l/100 km. At the same time there are performance improvements in both models. The 911 Carrera S with PDK accelerates from 0 to 60 in 4.1 seconds. Using the Launch Control function of the optional Sport Chrono Package cuts that to 3.9 seconds. The 911 Carrera with PDK needs only 4.4 seconds to sprint from a standing start to 60 mph (4.2 seconds when using the optional Sport Chrono Package’s Launch Control function). Top-track speed for the 911 Carrera S and 911 Carrera is 188 mph and 179 mph, respectively.

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The new 911 offers both better longitudinal dynamics and unprecedented top performance in terms of transverse dynamics. In addition to the longer wheelbase, the greater agility, precision and driving stability are based, among other things, on the wider front track, the new rear axle and new electro-mechanical power steering. Depending on the model, there are other standard or optional active control systems available that can help further enhance the overall driving dynamics. That is especially true for the Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC) active roll stabilization system, available for the first time on the 911 Carrera S.The system helps reduce lateral roll when cornering and helps keep the tires in the optimal position relative to the road surface. The new 911 further extends the span of seemingly contradictory attributes such as performance and efficiency, sportiness and every day practicality that have always typified the Porsche 911. That makes the 911 Carrera more of a 911 than ever. The new Porsche 911 Carrera celebrates its world premiere at the 2011 IAA Frankfurt Motor Show in September. The first new 911 models will arrive in U.S. dealerships beginning in February of 2012. The new 911 Carrera Coupe will have a base MSRP of $82,100, while the 911 Carrera S Coupe’s base MSRP will be $96,400 (excluding destination). Both models will include substantial additional equipment when compared to the previous models.<

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Holiday gift guide Pacifica The four piece Tuscan Blood Orange set will be the perfect holiday gift to indulge a loved one with the richly scented blend of spicy and sweet fragrance. Complete with body wash, body butter, perfume and lip tint. $28 www.sephora.com

Benefit The Big 10 A travel size of Benefits 10 top hits that are an essential in any busy girls life, this set packs a lot of essentials into a travel size friendly package. $32 www.sephora.com

L’Oréal The Sublime ultra hydrating protective sunscreen lotions has been developed to allow for a unique smooth and easy to apply texture. $10.99 www.loreal.com

Leonisa Open-Bust Shirt Shaper with Sophisticated Lace The number one selling shapewear company in Latin America, Leonisa, can help get you through the holidays. Using the combination of powernet, Lycra and cotton in the shapewear, Leonisa is designed with a “lipotransportation” technique that helps to contour the body while still looking sexy in it! $50. You can purchase it at www.leonisa.com

Kat Von D The painted love & foiled lipstick set are perfect to take wherever you go, and the array of colors makes these natural moisturizers perfect for the winter season giving you a little bust of high pigment color that will last as the day goes by! $28 www.sephora.com

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THE FIFTH AMENDMENT: by Mark L. Horwitz > People think of the Fifth Amendment right against self incrimination as a tool used bythose who have violated the law. This is simply wrong.

The founding fathers who drafted the Constitution knew that without this protection, governments throughout history abused their citizens and punished the innocent. The Law Offices of Mark L. Horwitz - A Professional Association 17 E. Pine St. Orlando, FL 32801 407-843-7733 mark@mlhorwitzlaw.com www.mlhorwitzlaw.com

Today, people have the misconception that simply because someone has invoked their Fifth Amendment privilege, that person must be guilty. This belief can not be further from the truth.

State and federal governments continuously pass criminal laws that set forth complicated and hard to understand provisions that criminalize conduct far beyond what the constitution’s authors ever imagined. The Supreme Court of the United States has on more than one occasion recognized that the Fifth Amendment’s basic function is to protect the innocent who might otherwise be ensnared by ambiguous circumstances. Those ambiguous circumstances have become more likely as the complexities of criminal laws continues to grow. In 2001, the

Supreme Court of the United States specifically ruled that a person can claim to be innocent and still properly invoke the Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination. False confessions, long extended interrogations, mistakes by police and countless other factors have resulted in convictions of the innocent. The right of a person not to be forced to be “a witness against himself” is not reserved for the guilty.<

Dana Hall-Bradley: Luxury Real Estate Agent and Author

> “There’s a surprise on every page!” This was exclaimed by a reader given an advanced copy of Dana Hall-Bradley’s upcoming book Works Hard … Plays Harder.

Helping You Live The Luxury Lifestyle By: Sandy Harper Read more at: StyleToMe.com

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Works Hard … Plays Harder imparts practical advice, helpful tips, and outstanding resources to those just starting out in business, as well as to seasoned professionals. While written for real estate agents, it’s designed to motivate, inspire, and educate entrepreneurs in every type of business. Words of wisdom are given through the use of humor and southern charm. Readers will be laughing one minute and shouting “aha” the next! Over a ten year period, Dana has set herself apart as a leader in luxury real estate. She is the co-owner of Celebration Rental

Group in Celebration, Florida and recently sold the company she took to the #1 position in Central Florida for CENTURY 21 — during the most challenging real estate market in decades. Under her leadership and guidance, CENTURY 21 Premium Properties became a Centurion Office, an esteemed position within C21. Dana has earned a National presence within the real estate industry because of her accomplishments. She is often contacted by The Associated Press for updates on the Central Florida real estate market. After being approached by many local real estate agents asking for guidance on how they can excel in the same manner as Dana, she decided to write a book to help agents, and other entrepreneurs, all over the world.

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Works Hard … Plays Harder is for anyone who wishes to create balance in their life. It provides ways to enjoy free time while your business runs smoothly and successfully. This unique business book is schedule to be released in Dec 2011/Jan 2012. Visit www.WorksHardPlaysHarder.com for updates. For all of your luxury real estate needs, contact Dana at Dana@ TourOfLuxuryHomes.com or at 407.433.9699. You can also connect with her at www.Facebook. com/LuxuryHomesByDana, follow her at www.Twitter.com/ HomesByDana, and preview properties at www.TourOfLuxuryHomes.com.<


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Food for Thought: Francis Metais By: Jennifer Marcus Read more at: StyleToMe.com

> If the definition of a master is someone having great skill and proficiency, then Francis Metais, Director of Food and Beverage at the Waldorf Astoria Orlando and the Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek, is a Grand Master. His experience and knowledge of food and food history far surpasses anyone else in his field holding the same position making the Waldorf Astoria Orlando and Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek unique and revolutionary. “Food is the verbiage and writing of human kind,” shares Metais.

Francis Metais Director of Food and Beverage at the Waldorf Astoria Orlando and the Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek

Most Directors of Food and Beverage have impressive resumes with business degrees, MBA’s, and are focused on managing their teams with the goal of big number profits. But Metais has a different approach. Metais is synonymous with passion. A passion for food. The quality of food. The history of food. And the experience food can bring to a person.When managing his team at the Waldorf, he doesn’t think about profits or lowering quality to cut costs. His vision is to find and maintain a team of workers that have the same passion and vision as himself. Metais is the perfect guy for this job. Not only was he born in France, which is arguably the food capital of the world, but he was also born into the food industry. His parents owned a small bar/ butchery/grocery store. Think Whole Foods but with a bar. He went on to study at the French Culinary School of Art in Paris, which was the best school in the world at the time. “We learned about dry hand cooking, catering, and special events so it was broad and gave me a good knowledge.”

In 1980, Metais was named Best Young Charcuterie in France. This championship earned him recognition and a job opportunity in the United States. He headed over to Arizona and opened four pastry shops and catering departments at Le Marche Gourmet and La Parisienne before becoming Executive Chef at the very chic restaurant, The White Truffle, in 1984. Just two years later, his name and ability caught the attention of the world’s most famous mouse. Our goal is quality

everywhere. Great food, great service, romantic, and family-oriented.

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Metais became the Executive Chef at Chefs de France in Walt Disney World’s Epcot. He reported to the owners and founders who are three of the world’s most famous chefs including Paul Bocuse, which been named Chef of the Century, Gaston Lenôtre and Roger Verge. At this same time back over in Paris, the Walt Disney World


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Corporation was developing Disneyland Paris, and wanted Metais on their staff. So back over the pond he went after four years in Orlando and he soon donned the title of Corporate Executive Chef. Managing 3,400 employees, developing new catering standards and creating 5-Star food and beverage operations became his focus for nine years before venturing on as the Director of Food and Beverage with Disney Cruise Line. By September 2003, he was back on American soil and was owner and partner of Orlando-based Anaelle & Hugo Restaurant and its 13,000 sq ft commercial pastry kitchen where he worked closely with Bocuse. The restaurant was recognized by Zagat as “America’s Top Restaurants.” In 2008, Metais accepted the job of Director of Hotel and Food Operations for Regent Seven Seas Cruises, which was awarded Best Luxury Cruise Line in the World. “I was traveling to Alaska, the Mediterranean, and even Antarctica, but it was hard always being on the road.” So in 2009, Metais put away his suitcase, came back to Orlando and found himself as the Director of Food and Beverage at the brand new Waldorf Astoria and Hilton Bonnet Creek. Because he has been at these hotels since their beginning, Metais has been able to use his decades of culinary experience to help develop, along with his team, cuisine that is imaginative, unique, and of impressive quality for its 11 restaurants as well as catering and in-room dining departments. Some of these include the famous Bull & Bear Steakhouse, where he has created and implemented a new menu, Oscars, Peacock Alley, the poolside Aquamarine, and La Luce Italian Restaurant, which was named Best New Restaurant and Best Wine List in Orlando.

would find on your typical bar menu, but the creations are in a class of their own.The shells are created from 90 percent real plantain chips, combined to form dough that is lighter and more magnificent than any typical taco shell. Metais conjured up this brilliant recipe when he was in Columbia and picked up a smashed plantain chip. He immediately thought of a way to incorporate it in such a way that would have customers asking, “mmm, what is that?” At the Waldorf, even the croissants are not overlooked. In fact, every few months, the chefs have a two-hour seminar to revisit the technique of how to make the perfect croissant keeping it delicate, buttery, and flaky. And it truly is the best croissant you’ll ever have. “Our goal is quality everywhere. Great food, great service, romantic, and familyoriented.” One of the exclusive offers the Waldorf and Metais have come up with is in-room dining taken to a whole new level. It is more than your average room service experience. Let’s say you have had a long day at the theme parks and are exhausted but still want a high quality, private meal. At the hotel, you can have a delicious dinner from one of the brilliant restaurants served in your room, with your own private server. He or she will be there to fill your wine glass, bring different courses, and offer anything you might need or want to try. Dinners can be customized and designed around what you enjoy. It’s almost like a Chef’s table but in your hotel room.

“What makes these hotels standout is the attention to detail and the quality and diversity of the food. We try to use the best ingredients and keep it as authentic as possible.”

As the holidays are arriving quickly, the Waldorf Astoria will be celebrating along with the season and offering an exquisite Bar du Chocolat in Peacock Alley. There will be thirty different chocolaty items including hot chocolate, chocolate caramels, and a gluten-free chocolate cookie made with lentils that Metais insists you’ll never know! But you can be assured that this could be quite possibly the best chocolate you’ve tasted if Metais had a hand in it.

Take for instance the shrimp tacos served on the “bar menu” at Peacock Alley. Quotes are needed for that description because the food might bear similar names to what you

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for ‘Most Sinful Dessert Contest’ and Best Chocolatier of the Year for the Midwest. And for the first time, the hotel will offer a WA Collection of Chocolates, which will be boxed and available for purchase. Another exclusivity with the hotel for the holidays is their New Years Eve package. For $2012 you and a guest will be treated to a one-of-a-kind experience! Waldorf Astoria Orlando New Year’s package includes a deluxe suite for two-nights (Fri & Sat), breakfast in Oscar’s each day; 2 rounds of golf and spa treatments for two; the exclusive Bull & Bear New Year’s Eve dinner extravaganza and a private black tie party in Sir Harry’s featuring free-flowing Perrier-Jouët Champagne. One of the most fascinating characteristics of Metais is that he really appreciates the history of food. He won’t just cook food. He needs to understand the food and where it came from to get the best creation. “What was yesterday is food for tomorrow.” With his combination of skills and a phenomenal and gorgeous hotel to work in, Metais is a perfect fit at the Waldorf Astoria Orlando and Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek. His culinary resume might impress you but tasting the food at these hotels is so much more delicious. For more information please visit: WaldorfAstoriaOrlando.com HiltonBonnetCreek.com <

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> The holidays are here again. While this can be a hectic time for most to find the perfect gift or to plan that great party- we at Vines Wine and Spirits have geared up our inventory and selection of great wine, spirits, craft beer, gourmet food and holiday gift baskets to make your shopping as easy, pleasant and rewarding as possible. These are some of our top selling wines this holiday season from the ever-popular Napa Valley Region.

Have Some Holiday Cheer with Vines Wine and Spirits By: Billy Kolovos Read more at: StyleToMe.com

Duckhorn Merlot, 2008 - our price $39.99 Seqouia Grove Cabernet, 2008- $32.99 Rombauer Cabernet, 2008-$37.99 Stag’s leap Winery Cabernet-$34.99 Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars Artemis Cabernet-$49.99 The Prisoner Red Blend-$32.99 And the Cakebread Chardonnay-$44.99 Whether you shop online or at our store our prices and our amazing selection will not be beat. Backed with our great customer service, knowledgeable staff and where your favorite

brands are always on sale! We will certainly fulfill all of your holiday needs. There is no need to go anywhere else! Join us for two tastings this month. Our Big Holiday Tasting is on Friday December 16, from 6 pm - 8 pm. We will be showcasing premier wines, spirits, and beers along with some delicious hors d’oeuvres. The Big Tasting is on Friday December 30, from 6 pm - 8 pm, to kick-start the New Year celebrations with some bubbly, beer, and spirits with delectable hors d’oeuvres. So stop by the store or visit our website at: www.vineswineshop.com Use Promo Code Style10 and save an additional 10% off all online purchases. In store pick up is also available. And Remember to “Wine a Little,You’ll feel Better!”<

OS Book Club: THE PERFECT GIFT FOR UNDER $25! NO BATTERIES NEEDED! NO ASSEMBLY REQUIRED! By: Cathleen K. Bode

> We know you have a lot to consider for this season’s holiday gift guide, from the typical new technologies to the year’s most popular toys. However, we thought you might be interested in doing something different this year by including a throwback item as well. With no batteries needed and no assembly required, few gifts are as easy to use or so widely enjoyed. The gift I am talking about is, of course, a book! The Animals by award winning novelist and poet, Richard Grossman, is a literary work of immense ambition, an intricate spiritual and philosophical guide that affirms the beauty and holiness of nature and the quintessential unity of all life. A 400-poem pastoral set in a mythical field where a shepherd tends his flock of 200 different creatures. Each animal shares its own intimate story in its own unique voice; ultimately revealing how all life shares the same suffering, dignity and joy. Prophetic and mystical, at times humorous and vulnerable, this “environmental bible” is sure to be enjoyed by all! The Animals New Revised Edition $22.95 is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Atlas Books, and Powell’s Books

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and at any of your favorite bookstores. An e-book edition of The Animals for Kindle, NOOK, iPad, smart phones, computers, and other devices is also available. Author, Richard Grossman, born in Lubbock, Texas in 1943 and raised in Minneapolis, received a BA in English Literature from Stanford University in 1965. After working as a high-level executive for a multinational financial services company, he left the corporate world in 1976 in order to devote his time to writing. His first book of poetry, Tycoon Boy, was published by kayak in 1977 and was followed by The Animals (Zygote Press, 1983; Graywolf, 1990; revised edition, American Letters Press, 2011). The culminating work of his American Letters trilogy— the 3,000,000-page Breeze Avenue—is forthcoming in 2013. For more info please visit: www.richardgrossman.com <


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Holiday gift guide Hugo Boss Hugo Boss Bottled. Night. - The masculine driven cologne gives an edgier scent infused with confidence, sure to attract others. This night time fragrence gives a seductive and sensual appeal with a twist of birch leaves, lavender and a touch of lemon leaves.$67 available at Nordstroms

Salvatore Ferragamo Oxford Sneaker in calf, suede and patent with perforated vamp and Gancio sides, on a rubber sole. $495 www.ferragamo.com

Molton Brown London Molton Brown Rogart Eau de Parfum The Navigations Through Scent collection launch is an exploration through the worlds exotic locations, bringing back the scents from each part of the world. This woodyfresh scent created from maple and fir balsam is ideal for men of all ages. $110 available at Saks Fifth Avenue

Tiffany & Co. Atlas Gent Square Chronograph in Gold. Sporty, elegant and eminently masculine, the new model is presented in a 40mm- 18-carat red gold case with the firmly established square morphology and signature design. $19,700 www.tiffany.com

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Photography: Greg Alexander www.gregalexander.net Model: Anggun www.anggun.com Art Director: Sébastien Vienne Hair & Makeup: Nathalie Grand Photographer Assistant: Valérie Auger Location: James Bond Suite at Seven Hôtel Paris www.sevenhotelparis.com

> Anggun’s fate has followed a musical, spiritual, and geographical path. Her father, a writer, instilled in her a sense of the power of words and poetry. At an early age, dance, singing, and the piano became natural ways of expressing herself, and the stage became one big playground. Her homeland, Indonesia, and its 13,000 islands fell in love with her and watched her grow into a beautiful young woman. After starting out as a child mascot, she went on to embody the fascination of her country’s youth for the West and the excitement of rock. Her albums sold in the millions, her live gigs filled stadium after stadium, and the whole of Southeast Asia fell for her. But this budding woman was already dreaming of greater things, of traveling across the ocean and having the courage to start again from scratch. She did so first in London and then in Paris where a few crucial encounters led her to sign for a major French record company in 1997. Her first meaningful success in France was “La Neige au Sahara,” which was the most popular track on French radio in 1998, and the album went double gold. Over thirty-five other countries fell under her spell. America and its dreams were shimmering on the horizon. Italy also embraced her exotic soul songs with their classy French touch. The figures speak for themselves…

The first album was certified triple platinum export (over 900,000 copies sold), went Double-Platinum in Italy, Gold in France, Gold in Switzerland, Gold in Singapore, Gold in Finland, Platinum in Malaysia, Triple-Platinum in Indonesia. And so on. The album even broke into the Billboard Heatseekers Chart’s Top 20 in the US! The second album was a major hit as well, going platinum export. “Chrysalis” was certified Gold in Italy within a week of being released! The first single “Still Reminds Me” charted in the European Top 5 Singles charts. Naturally, Anggun’s success also included a large number of concerts and events abroad (World Music Awards, MTV Awards, Silver Screen Awards, Top of the Pops, Women Inspire Awards, a concert for the Pope at the Vatican, etc.). This constant, endless traveling has taken her farther and farther away from France. Yet the two million albums she sold worldwide in less than 5 years made Anggun one of the French record industry’s biggest success stories, alongside the likes of Air, Manu Chao, and Daft Punk. As a woman with a foot in two different cultures, she is a messenger of musical harmony who pours out her heart, sometimes wounded by being away, often reinvigorated by adventure. Anggun’s career and talent are unique. France opened its doors to her, and Anggun has opened her heart. To millions of fans, she is a living example of

a free woman who combines the grace and inspiration of French and Asian culture. Luminescence In 2004, Anggun brought out an elegant and precious album entitled “Luminescence,” which was greeted with rave reviews by the media and the public alike. Featuring a number of prestigious guests, “Luminescence” established Anggun’s reputation for good and was certified platinum in France and for export. Her second single, “Saviour/Cesse la Pluie,” was the most played Frenchspeaking song on radio stations overseas in 2005 and spent more than 15 consecutive weeks in the French Top 40 singles chart. Luc Besson chose the song as the theme tune for his US blockbuster “The Transporter 2.” Then, at the end of 2007, Anggun was once more in the news when she sang in the BBC film “Planet Earth.” Elevation In 2007, Anggun called on some big names from the hip-hop scene such as Pras from The Fugees to deliver an album with a resolutely urban sound that surprised listeners. With its staccato rhythms, urban flow, and powerful production, Anggun once more struck out from the beaten track and showed her considerable talent where we least expected it. She took a real ar-

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tistic risk and was rewarded with a gold-export Award in France and a phenomenal 8-times Platinum Award in her native country, Indonesia. Her committed work for the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations As an artist, Anggun only sees any value in fame if it enables her to promote a message of universal importance. Already deeply conscious of in the major issues facing todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s world, Anggun accepted immediately when the FAO asked her to be one of its Goodwill Ambassadors. Anggun devotes a great deal of time and effort to her role as a spokeswoman for the organizationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s essential programs, in particular the MDGs (Millennium Development Goals), a road map for global leaders in order to ensure that everyone on the planet has adequate nutrition.

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Anggun has carried this message to the four corners of the globe and to her adoring fans, encouraging them, for example, to sign a large-scale petition against global hunger (www.1billionhungry.org). She attracts to encourage people everywhere to make the world a fairer and more harmonious place. <


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> A special time of year is upon us yet again; luxurious scarves are relevant, pumpkin spiced everything is available, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation marathons are in full effect. And of course, it’s time to jam to some holiday music! Whether you prefer Divas singing high notes, the cool, purring sound of Frank Sinatra, or angelic choirs that send chills to the soul, tis the season to blare some holiday tunes. Can a person really overdose on Bing Crosby in December? Absolutely not. Anticipation is always high to hear who will be releasing their first album with a Yule Tide message. It’s even more amazing when the time comes to create your first playlist after these declarations. Some classic songs will be the canvas for many artists to showcase their festive side. We’re especially thrilled to remind you of three in particular- not to forget from iTunes!

Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire... Carole King, Michael Buble & Justin Bieber By: Megan Hyde Read more at: StyleToMe.com

Up first is the delightfully songful Carole King with not only her first album in a decade but her first ever Christmas album. King is known for her earthy and rhythmic sound and these sounds can be heard throughout her new release, A Holiday Carole. Since rising to fame five generations ago she has remained an extremely preferred artist who delivers good music consistently. With over 25 records since 1968 and countless appearances on numerous collaborations, Carole is trying a whole new musical venture with her holiday efforts. A Holiday Carole, features 12 holiday songs that leads right into to the New Year. A variety of options to purchase are available via Carole’s website with different gift packages that include everything from the CD itself to a special edition ornament and an autographed print. This is a great gift that will keep on giving year after year. Another fabulous release would be the always debonair and especially handsome Michael Buble. Michael Buble Christmas

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Nicole Scherzinger Album: Killer Love

Rise to Remain Album: City of Vultures

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

T-Pain Album: rEVOLVEr

The Black Keys Album: El Camino

Taio Cruz Album: TY.O

Melanie Fiona Album:The MF Life


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offers definitive Christmas tunes and also one original song. As if this isn’t enough already, Target is hosting a deluxe version with three additional tracks to sip hot chocolate while listening to Michael. Michael explained to ABC News his reasoning for doing a Christmas album: “I wanted to make a record that would outlive me. And I wanted to do for people what Bing Crosby did for me...he introduced me to the world of jazz and melody. And I didn’t want to be hip or edgy. I just wanted to make a really sweet Christmas record that the kids can grow on.” Michael constantly provides his audience with smooth, old-world charm with every song he sings. There is no doubt this album would be anything less than cheerful, holiday perfection. Another artist spreading joyful jingles would be Justin Bieber. His first try at the holiday classics, Justin contributes to the world Under the Mistletoe for its listening pleasure. Collaborations with Usher, Mariah Carey, Boyz II Men, Busta Rhymes and (last month’s Don’t Miss the Beat featured musicians) The Band Perry, provoke the utmost of holiday fun-filled moments. The Biebs, with a voice slightly more evolved and grown up, is absolutely taking part in the giving aspect of the season. It’s safe to say many, many fans will be thankful this Christmas. Proof of this already? Justin’s co-written original hit of the album, A Christmas Story (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open fire), is a duet with his mentor R&B singer Usher. It achieved over seventeen million views within a week of going live. Wishing to kiss him under the mistletoe- OK- reality check: these admirers would prefer their album under the tree. The most wonderful time of year is among us. A unity is in the air to help out our fellow man and spread good cheer to all. Munching on candy canes, sipping Eggnog and delighting in pleasant-sounding songs from these three, first time Christmas albums is the way to go. Indulge in Carole King, Michael Buble and Justin Bieber and don’t be shy to hit replay. It’s the time for spirits to be bright, joyful, and super happy to the tunes of wonderful music.<

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Holiday gift guide Miracle De-Shedder 2 in 1 Miracle De-Shedder and Vacuum Cleaner. Unique angled blade removes pet hair with ease.Vacuum attachment handle for clean-as-you-groom ease. Hair and dander go directly from pet into vacuum leaving surroundings clean and mess free. $47.99 for the large model to $34.99 for the smallest size. www.miraclecorp.com

Kindle Fire New tablet computer/e-reader from Amazon with stunning color touchscreen and multiple apps. $199 www.amazon.com/kindlefire

SOL: Survive Outdoors Longer The SOL Origin™ redefines the survival kit from the ground up. In one product that fits in the palm of your hand, the Origin™ gives you the collection of tools you need to survive the unexpected and make it back alive. $60 www.surviveoutdoorslonger.com

Temptu The Temptu everyday luxury set will transform your boring make-up routine into a state of the art, simple task. This system allows you to create flawless professional results in no time at all, the easy to use system will allow you to create a gorgeous complexion effortlessly! $275 www.sephora.com

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am interested in having plastic Q: Isurgery on my breasts and abdomen. I have never done this sort of thing before and do not know where to begin. Any help?

A: Today more than ever, there is

so much information available to patients that it is hard to know what to believe. The media and Internet may tout some new technology as the latest and greatest. Some of these techniques are unfortunately often times ahead of the science necessary to validate these procedures. For this reason, it is best to begin with a consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon. E-mail your questions or concerns to Charles E. Newman, Jr. M.D. of Newman Plastic Surgery info@newmanplasticsurgery.com

A recent multi-series report in USA Today examined the recent boon in non-plastic surgeons delving into the cosmetic surgery arena. This worrisome trend is becoming increasingly prevalent in our state. Frequently these practitioners are inadequately

trained and lack the ability and expertise to deliver the desired results. Patient safety can also be placed at risk. Unfortunately, there is insufficient regulation and patients must be avid consumers, and at a minimum, should obtain the following information: 1) Insist on meeting the surgeon who will perform the procedure in advance 2) Check whether the facility is accredited 3) Find out whether he or she is board certified in plastic surgery 4) Find out if there is a history of disciplinary action 5) Does the surgeon have hospital privileges?

The consultation is an important opportunity for questions to be asked and answered. It should include a candid discussion of risks as well as benefits of the surgery. A thorough consultation also involves a review of medical history including any existing medical conditions. All these factors help the surgeon to custom-tailor the operation to best meet the needs of each patient. To paraphrase a mentor of mine, the best surgeons are those that can manage you through the best of times and also the worst of times. If something is not going as well as you would like, the doctor is going to be there for you and carry you through that period. They know how to take you through the journey and get you to the finish line.

Beyond the basics, however, patients must feel comfortable with their surgeon and with the proposed plan.

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> The temperatures decrease while the risk of getting the flu increases. We try to avoid this viral infection, but 10% to 20% of Americans catch it annually. Fortunately, there are new tips for preventing the flu.

out the season for extra precaution.

Snack

Sleep In when you can

Yogurt is full of probiotics, aka immun booster. Add a little granola and some berries for an extra kick.

There is no getting around the vaccine. People who are afraid of needles can avoid a shot with an effective alternative: a nasal spray. Make sure to get either one as soon as they become available. The peak of the flu season is in December, so it’s best to get it by then. Vaccine effectiveness varies from one person to another. Studies of healthy young adults have shown influenza vaccine to be 70 percent to 90 percent effective in preventing illness. In the elderly and those with chronic medical conditions, the vaccine is often less effective in preventing influenza than in reducing the severity of the illness and the risk of serious complications and death. Research has shown the vaccine to reduce hospitalization by about 70 percent and death by about 85 percent in independent seniors. Some possible side effects are soreness and temporary fatigue from the shot and a runny nose, sore throat, or headache from the nasal spray.

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Have a cup of antioxidants/decaffeinated green tea to wind down your day. Turn off the light and sleep tight…

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With the hustle and bustle of the holidays fast approaching, it’s time to begin thinking about what you can do to get your skin looking and feeling it’s best. Although the holidays are a festive time of year, they can also be a time of added stress. Even though some stress is a good thing, too much stress can cause cells to age faster. Keep stress under control by finding a suitable outlet to decompress. So sleep, eat (healthy), and be merry!

Botox® is the number one non-surgical cosmetic procedure performed year after year and for good reason – it delivers consistent and remarkable results. Botox® is a 5-minute virtually painless procedure with results that soften wrinkles leaving your skin looking younger and more refreshed. When performed by a qualified specialist such as a Board Certified Dermatologist or Plastic Surgeon, it is a safe procedure with little to no risk or downtime.

Now that we have the fundamentals under control, there are two “quick fix” procedures that I find to be true homeruns in getting your skin looking great in time for the holidays! First, Botox®, and the second, photo-facials. As I’ve often discussed, research has identified two key determinants in how others perceive your age 1) skin tone or texture and 2) wrinkles. Both of my “quick fix” recommendations do a phenomenal job in addressing these key factors.

To help improve skin tone and texture, consider treating yourself to a Photo-facial. Photo-facials are the perfect non-ablative laser procedure for improving your skin’s overall appearance. The truth is, a series of these treatments can literally take years off of how old your skin looks. Photo-facials are performed using an intense pulsed light (IPL) device that targets brown and red pigment in the skin including sun damage, age spots, and broken capillaries. Following your procedure, the treated

area becomes increasingly dark and/ or inflamed and gradually sloughs off over a period of 4-5 days revealing clearer and more healthy looking skin. An added benefit of this procedure is that it also stimulates the production of collagen, a protein responsible for maintaining fullness and elasticity in the skin. There is one caveat - Not all photofacials are created equal. Beware of offices that advertise extremely low pricing, as they are likely using equipment that is inadequate and won’t give you the results that you are looking for. We use Palomar’s Starlux 500 at our office and I believe it to be the gold standard for this type of procedure. I also have great respect for the technology offered by Lumenis. Treat yourself to these “quickfixes” in time for the holidays and give yourself the gift of healthy and younger looking skin!


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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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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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$$$ = $21-$30

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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-

Bern’s Steakhouse

813-353-3838 $$

Pelagia Trattoria

Shula’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

Jackson’s Bistro

813-313-3235 $$$

Tampa

813-251-2421 $$$$

601 S. Harbour Island Blvd.,

Mediterranean

813-286-4366 $$$

Kally-K’s Steakery & Fishery

Steakhouse

Tampa 813-277-0339 $$

Pane Rustica

Steakhouse

3383 Commercial Way,

Byblos Cafe

Eclectic & International, Sushi

S. MacDill, Tampa

Sidebern’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. Chang’s

Continental

Middle Eastern, Greek

813-839-0000 $-$$

219 WestShore Plaza, Tampa

T.C. Choy’s

The Capital Grille

“New Generation Greek”,

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

Malio’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 $$$

Roy’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 $$$

Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse

813-254-9463 $$

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Sherrie and Doug Woolard, USF Athletic Director and USF President Judy Genshaft

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2011 National USF Alumni Awards Dinner As part of USF’s Homecoming weekend, on October 20th, they honored recipients of its 2011 Alumni Awards. The Distinguished Alumnus Award went to Thomas Kennedy ’73 and David Mearns ’86. Linda Simmons ’75 received the 2011 Donald A. Gifford Alumni Service recipient. Several other alumni were recognized as well for their contributions to the community. USF continues to be a leader is creating amazing educated minds of our future here in Tampa Bay. Mathew Diaz, Sherly Dehdashtian and Daniel Ravicher

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Thomas and Trish Kennedy, and Tom Kennedy, Sr.

Lynn and Harrison Fox, and Linda and Joe Lewkowicz

Danny Cooper, Scott Jacobson and Cindi Klein

Dr. Mary Harper, Daniel Harper and Ashley Smith

Albert and Stacy Wilson, and Dr Michael Wisley

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Our town & Calendar of events

Our TOwn > Henry B. Plant Museum’s 30th

Holiday Parade

Pirate Fest Street Festival, which will

English composer Frederick Delius

take place along Ashley Drive, from

with his Sea Drift and Appalachia:Varia-

Tampa’s Downtown Holiday Parade

Kennedy to Cass Street. The festivities

tions on an Old Slave Song. The con-

Tampa, FL- The Victorian Christmas

steps off at 11 am. The parade will

begin even before the pirates invade

cert opens with Beethoven’s Calm Sea

Stroll preserves the essence of an old-

begin at Morgan Street and Madison

and capture the City, and they continue

and Prosperous Voyage and closes with

fashioned Christmas and is treasured

Street. Travel west on Madison Street

until long after the last swashbuck-

Copland’s Lincoln Portrait. Stefan Sand-

as Tampa’s most popular family tradi-

to Ashley Drive, turn north, and end at

ling pirate has paraded through the

erling conducts.

tion. Complimentary spiced cider and

Ashley Drive and Cass Street.

streets!

veranda every day, and each evening

December 3, 2011

January 28, 2012

8:00 pm

carolers will perform music for your

10:00 am to 4:00 pm

10:00 am to 10:00 pm

Progress Energy Center for the Arts-

merriment. Visitors are invited to sing

Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park

Festival will take place along Ashley Dr.

Mahaffey Theater

with the carolers in front of the 15-

600 N. Ashley Dr.

from Kennedy to Cass St.

400 First St. S.

foot tree in the hallway.

Tampa, FL 33602

annual Victorian Christmas Stroll

savory cookies will be served on the

January 7, 2012

St. Petersburg, FL 33701 For more information call

Santa Claus is coming to the Victorian

For more information call

813-251-8844

For more information call

Christmas Stroll on Wednesday, De-

813-251-3378

Or visit

727-892-3337

cember 23rd from 10am-1pm. Com-

Or visit

www.gasparillapiratefest.com

Or visit

plimentary with your Stroll admission;

www.santafest-tampa.com

www.floridaorchestra.org Gaspar - A Pirate Fantasy

Santa will sit in the authentic Writing and Reading Room of the Tampa Bay

Brandon Ballet Presents The

Hotel and listen to children’s requests.

Nutcracker

You may bring a camera to commemo-

Upcycled Tampa, FL- Gaspar- A Pirate Fantasy! This original, full-length classical ballet

St. Petersburg, FL- This multi-disciplined

rate this unique occasion, but remem-

Riverview, FL- Bringing in its 18th per-

tells the tale of Jose Gaspar, Tampa’s

exhibit from a variety of artists has one

ber no “flash photography” in the Mu-

forming season, Brandon Ballet proudly

most famous pirate. A swashbuckling

theme: all items are created using re-

seum.

presents four performances of the

ballet complete with villains, heroes,

cycled materials, and it is all for sale in

classical holiday ballet, The Nutcracker.

a fair lady and undaunted love, Gas-

time for holiday shopping of unique,

December 1 to December 23, 2011

Join in on the magic by experiencing

par is written and directed by world-

locally made, art items from jewelry

10:00 am to 8:00 pm

the full-length production featuring

renowned choreographer Christopher

to functional home decor. Artists have

Henry B. Plant Museum

guest Professional artists, lavish cos-

Fleming, with original music composed

long since worked with recycled mate-

401 W. Kennedy Blvd.

tumes and scenery, a glorious score by

by Tampa’s Dr. David Goldstein.

rials, some doing it for aesthetic pur-

Tampa, FL 33606

Tchaikovsky, and a timeless tale to be enjoyed by all ages.

For more information call

poses, some for making a political or Proceeds for these performances to

environmental statement. The show

benefit the Red Cross (Tampa Chap-

features works of artists who will as-

813-254-1891

December 10 to 11, 2011

ter), YMCA of Greater St. Petersburg,

tound with their ability to turn every-

Or visit

Saturday at 2:00 pm and 7:30 pm

and Drew’s Shoes.

day objects into something amazing.

www.plantmuseum.com

Sunday at 2:00 pm and 5:30 pm Morean Arts Center Galleries.

Spoto Auditorium

January 29, 2012

Santa Fest Tampa’s Downtown

8538 Eagle Palm Drive

1:00 pm and 6:00 pm

Holiday Parade

Riverview, FL 33578

David A. Straz Center for the Perform-

December 2, 2011 to January 22, 2012

ing Arts

9:00 am to 6:00 pm

Tampa, FL- Curtis Hixon Waterfront

For more information call

1010 N.W.C MacInnes Place

Morean Arts Center

Park is transformed into a winter won-

813-684-4282

Tampa, FL 33602

719 Central Ave.

derland with activities and amusements

Or visit

for the entire family.

www.brandonballet.org

813-229-STAR

For more information call

Visit with Santa Clause, enjoy continu-

Seminole Hard Rock Gasparilla

Or visit

727-822-7872

ous holiday entertainment, make-n-

Pirate Fest

www.strazcenter.org

Or visit

activities, and ice-skating. Fun for the

Tampa, FL- Shouts from the legendary

The Florida Orchestra Presents

young and the young at heart!

pirate Jose Gaspar and his band of ma-

Celebrate Delius

St. Petersburg, FL 33701 For more information call

take holiday crafts, hands-on games,

www.moreanartcenter.org

rauding buccaneers will ring out across

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the waters of Hillsborough Bay as they

St. Petersburg, FL- Baritone Leon Wil-

return to invade the City of Tampa.

liams and The Master Chorale of Tam-

Downtown Tampa will again host the

pa Bay join the orchestra to celebrate


Our town & Calendar of events ::

< Events MUSIC

Big Sean

Travis Tritt

Victorian Christmas Stroll

December 8, 2011 at 8:00 pm

January 25, 2012 at 8:00 pm

December 1 to December 23, 2011

Dokken

The Ritz Ybor

Lakeland Center Youkey Theatre

Henry B. Plant Museum

December 2, 2011 at 7:00 pm

1503 E. 7th Ave.

701 W. Lime St.

401 W. Kennedy Blvd.

Jannus Live

Tampa, FL 33675

Lakeland, FL 33815

Tampa, FL 33606

16 2nd St. N.

813-247-9210

863-834-8111

813-254-1891

St. Petersburg, FL 33701 727-565-0550

THEATER Loretta Lynn

Extreme Fighting Championships

December 9, 2011 at 7:30 pm

A Christmas Story, The Musical

December 2, 2011 at 6:00 pm

The Devil Wears Prada

Lakeland Center Youkey Theatre

December 6 to December 11, 2011

St. Pete Times Forum

December 2, 2011 at 7:00 pm

701 W. Lime St.

Tuesday- Thursday at 7:30 pm

401 Channelside Dr.

The Ritz Ybor

Lakeland, FL 33815

Friday at 8:00 pm

Tampa, FL 33602

1503 E. 7th Ave.

863-834-8111

Saturday at 2:00 pm and 8:00 pm

813-301-2500

Tampa, FL 33675 813-247-9210

Sunday at 2:00 pm and 7:30 pm Max Bemis

Presents for Primates

December 11, 2011 at 7:00 pm

David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the

December 17, 2011 at 11:00 am

Fall Jazz Jam

Orpheum

Performing Arts

Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo

December 2, 2011 at 7:00 pm

1915 E. 7th Ave.

1010 N. W.C. MacInnes Place

1101 W. Sligh Ave.

David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the

Tampa, FL 33605

Tampa, FL 33602

Tampa, FL 33604

Performing Arts

813-248-9500

813-229-STAR (7827)

813-935-8552

Tampa, FL 33602

John Legend

Great Russian Nutcracker

Noon Year’s Eve

813-229-STAR (7827)

December 13, 2011 at 8:00 pm

December 26, 2011 at 7:30 pm

December 31, 2011 at 9:30 am and

Progress Energy Center’s Mahaffey

Mahaffey Theater

12:30 pm

97X Next Big Thing

Theater

400 1st St. S.

Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo

December 3, 2011 at 10:00 am

400 1st St. S.

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

1101 W. Sligh Ave.

1-800-ASK-GARY Amphitheater

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

727-892-5767

Tampa, FL 33604

4802 US Hwy. 301 N.

727-892-5767

1010 N. W.C. MacInnes Place

Tampa, FL 33610 813-740-2446

813-935-8552 MISCELLANEOUS

Skrillex

The Festival of Chocolate

December 16, 2011 at 7:00 pm

Lighted Holiday Boat Parades

January 14 to January 16, 2011 at 9:00

Bullapalooza

The Ritz Ybor

December 1 to December 31, 2011

am to 6:00 pm

December 3 to December 4, 2011 at

1503 E. 7th Ave.

Channelside Bay Plaza

Museum of Science and Industry

8:00 pm USF Concert Hall

Tampa, FL 33675

615 Channelside Dr.

4801 E. Fowler Ave.

3755 USF Holly W.

813-247-9210

Tampa, FL 33602

Tampa, FL 33617

813-223-4250

813-987-6000

Tampa, FL 33602 813-974-2323

The Chariot December 16, 2011 at 7:00 pm

Greek Wine & Food Tasting

Andrea Bocelli

The Orpheum

December 1, 2011 at 7:00 pm

December 4, 2011 at 7:30 pm

1915 E. 7th Ave.

Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church

St. Pete Times Forum

Tampa, FL 33605

409 Old Coachman Rd.

401 Channelside Dr.

813-248-9500

Clearwater, FL 33761

Tampa, FL 22602 813-301-2500

727-787-5929 Rockapella December 22, 2011 at 7:30 pm

Kings of Salsa

Janet Jackson

Tampa Theatre

December 1, 2011 at 7:30 pm

December 4, 2011 at 8:00 pm

711 N. Franklin St.

David A. Straz Center for the Per-

David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Per-

Tampa, FL 33672

forming Arts

forming Arts 1010 N. W.C. MacInnes

813-274-8982

1010 N. MacInnes Place

PlaceTampa, FL 33602

Tampa, FL 33602

813-229-STAR (7827)

813-229-7827

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Photos by John Kantor

Paul Jackson, Meg Layhey and David Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien

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Rainer Scheer and Elizabeth Cabrera

Beth Kenning and Ben Hilton

Debbie and Steve Harris, Jim and Beth Clark, Marva Rodriguez and Tamille Jordan

Tina and Ryan Tickles

Eric R. Brown, Erin Kane and Lee Ford

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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

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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

The Independent

813-223-5758

813-282-3636

1722 East 7th Avenue

5223 Orient Rd, Tampa

29 3rd St N, St Petersburg

Aja Wiregrass

Caddy’s on the Beach

Between 17th & 18th, Tampa

813-627-7625

727-820-9514

28211 Paseo Drive Suite 100,

900 W Gulf Blvd., Sunset

813-228-UGLY

Fly Bar

Jackson’s Bistro

Wesley Chapel

Beach,

Crowbar

1202 N Franklin St., Tampa

601 S Harbour Island Blvd

813-223-5758

Treasure Island

1812 N 17th St.,Ybor City

813-275-5000

#100, Tampa

A Taste For Wine

727-360-4993

813-241-8600

Four Green Fields

813-277-0112

241 Central Ave., St. Peters-

Cafe Denali

Czar

205 W Platt St, Tampa

Jack Willie’s

burg

1327 East 7th Ave, Tampa

1430 E 7th Ave, Tampa

813-254-4444

1011 Saint Petersburg Dr W,

727-895-1623

813-287-9717

813-247-2664

Friendly Tavern

Oldsmar

Azalea Lounge

Caribe Night Club

The Dallas Bull

18121 Gulf Blvd., Redington

813-854-1972

1502 N Florida Ave., Tampa

779 W. Lumsden Blvd,

3322 U.S. 301 N, Tampa

Shores; 727-393-4470

Kahuna’s Bar & Grill

813-228-0139

Brandon

813-987-2855

Fuma Bella

10515 Gandy Blvd., St. Pe-

Bahama Breeze

813-689-1133

Daiquiri Deck & Oceanside

1318 E Eighth Ave.,Ybor City

tersburg; 727-576-7800

3045 N Rocky Point Dr E,

Castle Bar

Grill

813-248-6130

Ka’Tiki

Tampa

2004 N 16th St, Tampa

14995 Gulf Blvd, Madeira

G.Bar

8803 W Gulf Blvd., Treasure

813-289-7922

813-247-7547

Beach

1401 E Seventh Ave.,Ybor

Island; 727-360-2272

Bahasa Lounge

Ceviche

727-393-2706

City;

The Kennedy

Hyde Park

10 Beach Drive, St. Peters-

Dave’s Aqua Lounge

813-247-1016

408 W Kennedy Blvd., Tampa

2408 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa

burg

10820 Gandy Blvd. St. Peters-

Gaspar’s Grotto

813-259-9669

813-503-2096

727-209-2302

burg; 727-576-1091

1805 E Seventh Ave.,Ybor

Limey’s Pub

Bar Louie

The Chic-a-Boom Room

The Dirty Martini

City;

1492 Fourth St N, St. Peters-

2223 N West Shore Blvd #

19 Main St., Dunedin,

25032 U.S. 19 N, Clearwater

813-248-5900

burg; 727-895-2049

B202, Tampa

727-736-5284

727-796-2442

Gators on the Pass

Lit Cigar Lounge

813-874-1919

Club 360

Dolce Vita Lounge

12754 Kingfish Drive, Trea-

615 Channelside Dr, Tampa

Bella Brava

1609 E 7th Ave, Tampa

615 Channelside Dr, Tampa

sure Island. 727-367-8951

813-221-5548

515 Central Ave, St Peters-

813-363-0284

813-579-7988

Hammer Heads Billiard

The Lodge

burg

Club Excetera

Drynk

Lounge

516 S Howard Ave., Tampa

727-895-5515

2520 N. 50th Street, Tampa

302 S Howard Ave, Tampa

1916 U.S. 19 N, Holiday

813-251-5634

813-247-2970

813-223-5758

727-939-9494

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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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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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813-281-5677

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Comfort Suites

Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay

4506 Oak Fair Blvd, Tampa

2900 Bayport Drive

877-410-6681

Tampa

Crowne Plaza Hotel

813-874-1234

5303 West Kennedy Blvd,

Hilton Garden Inn

Tampa

13305 Tampa Oaks Blvd,

813-289-1950

Temple Terrace

Don CeSar Beach Resort

813-342-5000

3400 Gulf Boulevard, Saint

Hilton Garden Inn

Pete Beach

4052 Tampa Rd, Oldsmar

727-360-1881

813-891-9990

Don Vicente de Ybor

Hyatt Place Tampa

Historic Inn

11408 North 30th St, Tampa

1915 Republica de Cuba,

813-979-1922

Tampa

Hyatt Regency

813-241-4545

211 North Tampa St, Tampa

Doubletree Hotel

813-225-1234

4500 West Cypress St, Tampa

Hyatt Regency Clearwater

813-879-4800

Beach Resort & Spa

Embassy Suites

301 South Gulfview Blvd,

Downtown

Clearwater

513 S. Florida Ave, Tampa

727-373-1234

813-769-8300

Innisbrook: A Salamander

Embassy Suites Airport

Golf & Spa Resort

555 N. Westshore Blvd,

36750 U.S. Highway 19 N.,

Tampa

Palm Harbor

813-875-1555

727-942-2000

Embassy Suites Tampa

InterContinental Tampa

3705 Spectrum Blvd, Tampa

4860 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa

813-977-7066

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Don CeSar Beach Resort

813-879-5151

Seminole Hard Rock

Westin Harbour Island

Marriott Waterside

Hotel and Casino

725 South Harbour Island

Hotel & Marina

5223 North Orient Road,

Blvd, Tampa

700 South Florida Ave, Tampa

Tampa

813-229-5000

813-221-4900

813-627-7625

Westin Tampa Bay

Renaissance Tampa Interna-

Sheraton Tampa Riverwalk

7627 W. Courtney Campbell

tional Plaza

Hotel

Cswy, Tampa

4200 Jim Walter Blvd, Tampa

200 North Ashley Dr, Tampa

813-281-0000

813-877-9200

813-223-2222

Wingate by Wyndham

Renaissance Vinoy Resort

Staybridge Suites

17301 Dona Michelle Dr,

and Golf Club

3624 North Falkenburg Rd,

Tampa, 813-971-7676

501 Fifth Ave NE,

Tampa, 813-227-4000

Wingate by Wyndham

Saint Pete

Tahitian Inn Cafe & Spa

3751 E. Fowler Ave, Tampa

727-894-1000

601 S. Dale Mabry Hwy,

813-979-2828

Saddlebrook Resort

Tampa

Wyndham Tampa Westshore

5700 Saddlebrook Way

813-877-6721

700 N. Westshore Blvd.,

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Tampa, 813-289-8200

813-973-1111

4200 George J Bean Pkwy, Tampa

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Bow-Wow, Meow

Christmas List By: Cathleen K. Bode

> While you’re out fighting for a parking spot, and squeezing through crowds of shoppers this holiday season it can be easy to forget about your loyal companion, your pet. So, what do you get your attention-seeking confidant?

Credits: Kristina Gavilaness Read more at: StyleToMe.com

Here are a few items purr-fect for your trendy pet

Beverly Hills Mutt Club, a high-end pet boutique based in Los Angeles has an online shop for the chicest pets. You will find canine couture and jewels that Sandra Bullock, and Jamie Lee Curtis just had to have for their pets. One of the best sellers are the Safari Swarovski crystal retractable leads that range from $220-$265. Add this great bling to compliment your sweetie.

Does your pet dig modern art? The DNA Pet Portrait from Petgadgets.com gives you a unique way of celebrating the great spirit of your pal. The process is quick and painless; just a swab from your pet’s mouth, and the result of the portrait is remarkable. The DNA Pet Portrait is $199 and can be created for virtually any mammal or reptiles. Every masterpiece will be as unique as your pet.

Where does your pet sleep at night? Yoox.com provides a great selection of luxurious beds for your furry friend. The Sofa 0’ is a work-of-art made of lacquered ceramics. Designed in Paris, and hand-shaped by French craftsmen. The contemporary innovation of this sofa will bring perfection to your home. It is a limited edition of only one hundred pieces made and cost $7,100..

For those restless furry sleepers- Is your pet tired of the same old paw printed squishy bed products pet stores seem to never have enough of? WOWBOW London has a fresh outlook on bedding and dining for your best friend. The beds range from $1,090- $2,208 and higher, and the dining table at $358 - $455. The Mija line of pet furniture is functional and aesthetically pleasing for your home. The beds are created with thick acrylic, furnished with faux suede cushions, and filled with memory foam. Tail wagging friends, say goodbye to those sleepless nights!

Who doesn’t like to show off their drooling prize possession? What better way to spoil them then with a fresh scent that will keep our pals smelling great? A 100% vegan fragrance ‘Sexy Beast’ has come to our rescue. With a classic blend of bergamot, vanilla, mandarin, and nutmeg oils your pet will be guaranteed to smell amazing. The signature fragrance will set you back $65. If you really want to splurge on your loyal friend ‘Sexy Beast’ has a limited edition bottle covered in Swarovski crystals for $850. Did I mention that you can get your pet’s name engraved on the bottle?

No matter what day of the year our pets love us day in, and day out. With the holidays coming around, this Christmas list is a great way to spoil ourselves- OOPS- our hairy pals with gifts they would love! (^-^) <


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