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A prime destination • From Dania Beach to North Miami Beach, no other region offers more to residents and visitors alike By Larry Blustein Today, we start a new year. 2014. It has that certain ring to it. One that signals that we are starting to turn the corner in this economy. No matter where you travel within the coverage area of the South Florida Sun Times Newspaper, you see progress. Change that we believe will help us all turn the corner and become that destination. Whether you live in Dania Beach, Hollywood, Hallandale Beach, Aventura, North Miami Beach or any of the other communities

Cities such as Hollywood continue to drive traffic into their many businesses.

that we continue to help shape and serve, there is change. Things pointed in the right direction. In Hollywood, growth has been the objective since Mayor Peter Bober was elected, and with so many projects in the works, this has the chance to be a centerpiece community. “There is no disputing what they have done in ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DESTINATION, Page 6A

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HOLLYWOOD Concerts and Movies under the Stars will be the theme at the Boulevard Heights Amphitheater with the all new in the new year, free movies, which will be shown at the amphitheater beginning at 8:00 p.m. on select Saturdays. For more on this exciting series. 3B.

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Great things ahead for Hallandale Beach in 2014! By Mayor Joy Cooper HALLANDALE BEACH - Happy New Year! May your year be filled with Good Health, Love and Peace. It is always a great time of year to look back and then look forward to all the possibilities. Hallandale Beach is positioned well for the upcoming year. We have many great projects underway to improve our infrastructure and parks. The major projects; A1A, NE drainage and our capital improvement to address costly I/I; are in place. We have continue to address Infiltration issues within our system on the main pipes. The next step is to replace lateral pipes. Infiltration means we are paying more money for our sewage treatment. We will be aggressively addressing this issue to reduce costs of over 2 million a year in unnecessary treatment. A1A will restart in the spring for a total facelift. Drainage in the NE will be completed with a target date of March. This project has been a mess for the residents living with the construction. The silver lining is residents that have been living with flooding will not have to hold their breath every time it rains. Residents that have to access our east side will also not have to worry about getting home or traversing a flood HBB. Four of our parks are being reconstructed; BF James, Joe Scavo, City South Beach and North Beach. These parks are only the first phase of our Master Parks Plan. Scavo and BF James will be completed this year and the beach facilities will be worked on over the summer with the goal of being completed by season. Our financial outlook is stable as well. With the recovery moving forward and increased interest in development picking up it is a good sign. We look forward to balanced redevelopment so we can increase our tax

base remaining sensitive to all possible impacts. We have addressed negotiations with all our unions. With a compromise between all parties we have been able to address unfunded labiates by over 2 million plus annually. This was done by still ensuring our employees are compensated fairly and Police and Fire Personnel will still have a Defined Benefit when they retire. LOOKING FORWARD This coming year we will be embarking three major projects. The first is the goal of “Complete Streets”. Our city was built block by block and not master planned. This adds to the unique diverse character of every neighborhood. The down side is not every neighborhood in our city has the benefit of sidewalks, lighting, sufficient bus stops or bike lanes. The commission has embraced the goal to upgrade very corner of our city. It will add to the safety and quality of life for our citizens and visitors. It will also add to the desirability to live in our community, in turn increasing values. The next major goal will be to finalize and put on the ballot a referendum for a bond to finish our Parks Master Plan. In order to complete our park system and make it world class we will be asking our voters to approve borrowing money. The amount of borrowing would be based on the final cost of all our parks. To date it has been estimated around 4550 million dollars. The debt service would be added to the tax bill. Current we do not have a debt service. Many cities and government agencies pay for infrastructure through the method. It is call a GEO Bond. Our goal will be to have a plan that includes all parks; Golden Isles Park and Tennis Center, Sunrise Park, Bluesten Park/ City Park and Ingalls. OB Johnson and Chaves Lake Park are also slated to be completed. I had asked

• This coming year, the City will be embracing three major projects, which will set progress in motion that they be included in the CRA improvements in case the GEO bond did not pass. We have asked that the Master Plan projected cost be reevaluated to ensure we are proposing a clear plan that cover all improvements. We are also working with a bond financial consultant to ensure the best deal. In my opinion this would be a win-win for our city. Our parks are older and have not been upgraded. Rather than taking years to complete them this comprehensive plan would finish them within 5 years at minimal cost annually to our property owners. Parks definitely add to the quality of life and are proven to increase values. I look at our Parks as a gift to current residents and future generations to come. With current interest rate low it is time to plan for our future.

We have also set in motion to build a brand new main Fire Station. At the writing of this article old city hall will be demolished, cleaned up and graded finally after years of legal battles. The one change is that we no longer will be building the station there. We have land banked property in the Palms area that is suited and fit the response time modeling for the new station. These are just a few of the projects that are underway. We are also looking forward to the roll out of our new Computer System this month. It will increase efficiency, accessibility and productivity. Last but not least we need to continue to focus on the needs of all our residents. We have a wonderfully diverse population. We have homes from the multimillion dollar level to rental property starting at 800 per

month. Regretfully 25% of our population makes under the average of 36,000 per year. Some are living on 15,000 per year. This is equates to a 40 hour work week at minimum wage. We need to make sure we help those that need assistance and a hand up. We can continue to address these needs thru job creation and affordable housing. We also need to work with our local schools to ensure all students have a well round quality education and are ready for college or the workforce. I am happy our commission continues to see the long lasting value of supporting the many great nonprofits, education and train institutions in our city. These investments will continue to make our city strong. I look forward to a great 2014. We need to continue to work together on the path that we have adopted

through everyone’s input to improve our city. Quite often residents do not know how to get involved. I tell them the best way is to pick up the phone and call. There is not a concern to small, an issues that is not important and an idea that should not be proposed and vetted. Your elected officials including me are here to serve you. It is never too late as we start a new budget cycle. Just remember we are blessed to live in a Democracy so while the outcome may not be what your choice was we do listen. Wishing you a healthy prosperous New Year! Mayor Joy Cooper As always feel free to reach out to me at office number 954-457-1318, cell/text 954-632-5700 or visit my website at m

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Fom Page 1A –––––––––––––––––––––– Hollywood to make this a better place to live and work in,” said longtime resident and business owner Carla Wilson. “I have been here long enough to know what needs to be done to make this a destination city.” Hollywood’s ability to create that positive future with many projects currently going on is what it’s all about. More visitors are lured with new businesses that attract to the beach, downtown and soon with a 441 Corridor that has certainly started to make some positive headway. “With a Walmart store planned for Hollywood Blvd. and 441, things are really starting to look up,” Ricky Castro said. “I have lived here for nine years and haven’t totally been satisfied

with the direction. Too many promises, but now, it’s really going to be a thriving place where people want to come to.”

HALLANDALE BEACH CONTINUES TO GROW As the new year is upon us, the City of Hallandale Beach remains a destination that still has two of the biggest headliners in the region – with Mardi Gras Racing & Gaming as well as Gulfstream Park – which has really elevated the city’s nightlife scene with a number of restaurants and clubs. In addition to what Hallandale Beach has to offer in the way of entertainment, there is still the promise of quality beach-front living and 1 mile of the best the Atlantic Ocean has to offer. Brett Hoffer recently moved to Hallandale

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Beach from Weston because of the location and the many quality destinations that this city provides to visitors and residents alike. “I just think this city has a certain lure to it,” Hoffer said. “Any beachside community has to have that appeal – and this city is very underrated.”

THE NORTH DADE EXPERIENCE If you’ve lived here for any length of time, you already know why people head to the Sunny Isles Beach, Aventura and North Miami Beach area. There are way too many positives that these communities provide. From living to work-

special,” Andrea Berger said. “Having lived in Aventura for a number of years, I think the fact that you have so many diverse residents and business owners making a difference is why this is the place to be.”

ing and playing, the location has been such a tremendous place for everyone to be. “The Aventura Mall gets people here, but the charm of all these North Miami-Dade Communities is what makes this all so very

While every city in the country has a reason to believe that their area is the spot to be, there is no disputing what Northern Miami-Dade and southern Broward County have to offer – in many, many ways!

Motorized Devices Prohibited on Beach Broadwalk HOLLYWOOD - Due to safety concerns and the increasing use of a variety of recreational devices on the popular Hollywood Beach Broadwalk, the City Commission unanimously approved a change in the municipal beach ordinances. After listening to public input and staff recommendations, the Commission approved the change at the December 18, 2013 Regular City Commission Meeting. To ensure the safety of all visitors to Hollywood Beach, the use of any device which is not operated exclusively by human power on the Broadwalk is now strictly prohibited. The change impacts the use of motorized vehicles, such as motorized Trikkes and motorized bikes, it does not impact the use of motorized wheelchairs or scooters allowed by federal ADA regulations and used by individuals with limited mobility. New signage will be installed along the Broadwalk and literature will be passed out by park rangers and police officers along the Broadwalk to educate residents and visitors about the change. The City is allowing a short grace period of a few weeks to ensure users of motorized trikkes and bikes are informed of the change. After this period, tickets will begin to be issued to those who violate the ordinance. Violations of Chapter 99 of the City’s Code of Ordinances, can face civil penalties ranging from $50 to $500.



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Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, the twenty five year old Martino has already earned two music degrees from Karlsruhe University in Germany. Since 2009 Martino is touring with the soloists of the Keyboard Charitable Trust, a European organization that promotes concerts in Europe and North America for especially talented young pianists.

Brazilian Fabio Martino performs at the Aventura Arts and Culture Center, Jan. 12 at 5 p.m. AVENTURA - “A magician on the piano” exclaimed a German classical music critic. Accolades are frequent for Fabio Martino, the brilliant young Brazilian piano virtuoso. The Miami International Piano Festival welcomes Martino back on January 12, 5:00 PM at the Aventura Arts and Cultural Center (www.aventuracenter.o rg) for his second South Florida performance. After his May, 2012 concert at The Colony Theater in South Beach, the South Florida Classical Review wrote: “ Martino displays remarkable artistry….every element is in place in Martino’s pianism: technique, awareness of style, dynamic control, shades of pianistic color, and deep formal understanding. More importantly, he uses this considerable arsenal to portray, not just play the music.” Giselle Brodsky, Artistic Director of the Miami International Piano Festival, described his performance as “spell-binding, dazzling”. After a concert in Munich, Neue Musik Zeitung wrote “After a moment of concentration it was as if Martino had inserted himself into another sphere and entered completely into the piece…” Born in Sao Paulo,

Martino’s recital is the second of four Classical Sundays at Five at the Aventura venue. As part of the Aventura Cultural Series, the audience engages in an intimate experience. A convivial reception follows. Brazil, the twenty five year old Martino has already earned two music degrees from Karlsruhe University in Germany. Since 2009 Martino is touring with the soloists of the Keyboard Charitable Trust, a European organization that promotes concerts in Europe and North America for especially talented young pianists. His Aventura, Florida performance is part of the U.S. tour and includes works by Liszt, Schumann, Haydn and Prokofiev. Martino has also been racking up prizes at international music competitions for his extraordinary piano artistry. He had double successes at The Second International Music Competition in Rio de Janeiro, taking both first place and an award for the best interpretation of Brazilian music. As a performer, he injects emotion and verve into every piece. He is in demand at concert halls across Europe,

South America and the United States. Martino has played concertos by Prokofiev, Rachmaninoff, Beethoven, Bach, Schumann, Mozart and many others with orchestras such as The Brazilian Symphony, The Des Moines Symphony Orchestra, The Bavarian Radio Symphony, and The Duisburg Philharmonic Orchestra. He has demonstrated great versatility in recitals ranging from the Baroque to contemporary. Martino’s recital is the second of four Classical Sundays at Five at the Aventura venue. As part of the Aventura Cultural Series, the audience engages in an intimate experience. A convivial reception follows. The Miami International Piano Festival’s Lecturer in Residence, Dr. Frank Cooper, proffers illuminating commentary for all of the recitals. The third recital in the series is February 23 and fea-

tures Claudio Martinez-Mehner (Spain), another widely respected pianist, conductor and professor. The Sunday series concludes April 27 with Pavel Nersessian (Russia), one of the most remarkable Russian pianists of his generation and also a professor at Boston University. The 2014 season continues with The Master Series at The Broward Center for The Performing Arts, ”The Romantic Spec-

trum”, March 23-25, with recitals by Pietro de Maria (Italy), Amir Katz (Israel) and Balazs Szokolay (Hungary). The 2014 season culminates with The Discovery Series, May 15-18 at The Colony Theater in Miami Beach with performances by, Kotaro Fukuma (Japan), Nick Van Bloss (Great Britain), Zlata Chochieva (Russia), Kemal Gekic (Croatia), Misha Dacic (Serbia) and a special recital by the Californian piano

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Broward Center presents the enchanting Wizard of Oz By Eleanor Hannan Follow the yellow brick road to the Broward Center as the Wizard of Oz opens the 2014 season with Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new production of “The Wizard of Oz,” an adaptation of the all time classic, totally reconceived for the stage, by the awardwinning team that recently delighted London and Toronto audiences with the revival of “The Sound of Music.” This new production of “The Wizard,” developed from the ever popular MGM screenplay, contains all of the beloved songs by Harold Arlen and Yip Harburg as: “We're Off to See the Wizard,” “Over the Rainbow,” “If I Only Had a Brain” and more from the Oscar -

January 7 through 19, 2014. Performances vary from evenings at 8 p.m. and Matinees on different days at 1, 2 or 6:30 p.m. Tickets range from $34.50 to $89.50. Club Level seats are$119.50, available at the box office located at 201 Southwest Fifth Avenue, Fort Lauderdale. For more information, call: (954) 462-0222.

Winning movie score, along with the favorite characters and iconic moments, plus a few surprises along the way, including new songs by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber. In this new production of L. Frank Baum’s all-time classic tale, join Dorothy and Toto as they journey to the Emerald City with Scarecrow, Tin Man and Lion to see the famed wizard of the Land of Oz and obtain their hearts’ desires. Find out what lies over the rainbow while they must watch out for the Wicked Witch of the West and her flying monkeys as you discover the real story of Oz in this fantastic musical treat for the entire family. Playing in the AuRene Theatre, from

A DOO-WOP EVENING WITH DISTINGUISHED TOP SINGING STARS FEATURING KENNY VANCE, THE MYSTICS & MORE: Sounds of Kenny Vance and the Planotones need no introduction to his expansive musical career as a singer, director, actor and songwriter. Kenny’s credits are too numer-

ous to mention. Among todays great vocal pop musicians, Kenny Vance and the Planotones do great justice to the oldie but goldie songs of the past and have been an important part of Rock N’ Roll. In 1999, Vance served as musical director for the film,“Looking for An Echo,” which promoted Kenny’s song of the same name. They were chosen to be the opening act for the Beatles and The Rolling Stones. In 2002, Kenny was inducted into the Vocal Hall of Fame. Looking back to that glorious era of the 1950's and 1960's when Doo-Wop was all the rage and it is still as popular today, George Galfo and his uncle Phil Cracolici, original members of

The Mystics, along with Joe Neary, Rocky Marsicano and Ralph Roberts were singing all of their wonderful renditions including their number one top of the chart hits, “Hushabye” and “Don’t Take the Stars,” in addition to many more of their numerous fan's favorites, who just can’t get enough of their beautiful harmonies and always draw a large crowd. On January 11, 2014, at 7 p.m. the

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Sue Ward Homes continues to stand above the competition

• To remain competitive and continue to attract clients, being up front, honest and reliable are easily the best rules to follow It is certainly no huge secret that the real estate market has been through some tough times over the past five years. To be successful in the competitive world of property buying, renting and selling in this economy, there are many things to follow, and that is why Sue Ward Homes has stood above the competition. South Florida real estate has always been a roller coaster ride unlike anywhere in the country. “We have been in the business of aiding clients through the ups and downs for more than two decades and have many lifelong clients as a result," said Broker Sue Ward of Sue Ward Homes. "Staying on top of the latest market trends enables us to advise our clients when it is the right time to buy, sell or hold onto a property." To remain competitive and continue to attract clients, being up front, honest and reliable are easily the best rules to follow. Also, when it comes to running a successful business – of any kind - an organization is nothing but the sum total of its parts, and Sue Ward homes provides the most knowledgeable parts around. “As the broker I am blessed with having an unbeatable group of very talented, dedicated and diverse realtors working under my license,” said Ward. “Collectively, we are pleased to say that we provide unsurpassed customer service to our clients – whether it be the buyer, seller, renter or landlord.” Ward’s experience in real estate – especially in south Florida – comes from being a resident for nearly 50 years. Having lived in North Miami Beach when her family moved from the cold north in 1962, she was on the ground floor in a real estate market that went through

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many changes. Not only were affordable single family homes a popular choice back in the late 60s and 70s, but condos and rentals became fashionable as well. Experienced in dealing with short sales, foreclosure and rental properties - and the myriad of paperwork those entail - has been instrumental in successful transactions. "This past year has seen an upswing on sales and in many cases a shortage of available properties," Ward explained. "Knowing how to price a property properly for sale is critical when trying to sell. If you are thinking of putting a property on the market allow us to prepare a true evaluation and marketing strategy for you. There is no charge to you for this service and we all know that knowledge is power." The market is still healing from the bubble days and while we still have a way to go it is certain that the future is bright. "There are good investment properties out there and opportunities for buyers - be they first time buyers, downsizing, relocating from out of the area or looking for a vacation home." Ward explains. "We hope that you will trust one of our seasoned agents to help

you find the perfect property for you. Our promise to all is a great experience from start to finish." Until moving to South Carolina five years ago, Ward lived in Hallandale Beach and set the table for a business and reputation that is unmatched in this industry. She learned by being totally up front and honest, which is rare in this business. Because of family circumstances, Ward, her husband and African Grey, Bogy, moved to Myrtle Beach - where she continued making dreams come true for buyers, renters and sellers. While her name had become one that everyone knew about and counted on through the decades, the decision to not only start her new South Carolina office, but maintain that heavily-rooted reputation in south Florida turned out to be an easy decision. “My wonderful agents in Hallandale Beach and Hollywood asked that we keep the company alive, and so today we have our office here in South Florida,” Ward recalled. “That gave us a presence in South Carolina, south Florida and England, thanks to my Florida office manager Norman Raven who also handles recruiting, training and support for agents as need be.” While change is also positive, and nobody can ever predict what will happen in the future, the contacts made through the years gives Sue Ward Homes an opportunity to reach out to former agents who have relo-

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Dear Nurse: Thanks for Listening! (BPT) - Nurses wear many hats when it comes to talking to patients – providing education, advice and emotional support about even the most personal issues. For the 400,000 people in the U.S. who are living with multiple sclerosis (MS), that kind of personal attention can make all the difference. Diane Terry-Strelow has been a nurse for more than 30 years and says that all questions, big or small, are important to address when it comes to helping support those living with MS. “MS is experienced differently by each and every patient I speak to,” says Terry-Strelow, a nurse with Genzyme’s MS One to OneTM program, which provides personalized support to program members living with MS, as well as their care partners. MS One to OneTM connects each member

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Accomplish your weight management goals this year (BPT) - The new year gives everyone the perfect opportunity to start fresh. For some, it may be a time to explore a new hobby or take on a new professional challenge. For others, starting fresh means moving into a new home or a new city. And the new year for many people is a time to begin managing their weight. Finding success in weight management does not mean giving up your favorite dishes and going hungry all the time. Instead, consider eating the foods you love in moderation to help keep you moving toward your goal, while also enjoying everything else happening in the new year. Try these tips to help you achieve your weight management goals, and feel good about yourself while doing so: * Keep track of your portions - Paying attention to the portions recommended for different foods will help you moderate how much you eat. To stay on track during chilly months, Weight Watchers(R) Smart Ones(R) offers new portion-controlled soups that provide 3-8 grams of fiber in each serving and will warm you up. These soups come in four flavors - Spicy Black Bean, Loaded Potato, Fire Roasted Vegetable and Southwest Style Vegetable - and are perfect for taking to work or heating up at home. * Get moving - For some, "working out" has some negative connotations. But there are ways to get your body moving while having fun and multitasking. Dancing, cleaning the house, shoveling the driveway, or even playing video games while standing up are all good ways to get moving more often. And if you're already moving, consider adding new physical activities like yoga, taking a daily walk or trying a new class at the gym - anything to increase your heart rate and the movement of blood through your body. * Check the labels - Look for options that contain a good or excellent source of protein to carry you through your afternoon or evening. New Weight Watchers Smart Ones Chicken Strips and Fries have 14 grams of protein and only 310 calories, satisfying your craving for this favorite without the guilt. And this year, Weight Watchers Smart Ones is also updating its packaging with new, easy-to-read labels to help you adhere to various dietary preferences, like gluten-free or vegetarian. * Set the foundation - Achieving goals of any kind is easier to accomplish if you're healthy and well rested. In addition to eating better-foryou food and moving regularly, you should also be sure to get 7-9 hours of sleep every night and to protect yourself from germs by frequently washing your hands with soap. These practices will give you a strong, healthy foundation as you manage your weight. If you've put weight management on your list of resolutions for the new year, these tips can help you achieve your goals, leaving you ready to tackle a new challenge in your life. (SOURCE: Weight Watchers(R) Smart Ones(R)

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Lighting up Hallandale Beach for the holidays

City passes savings on to water customers

The 2013 City of Hallandale Beach Holiday Lights winners will be announced at the City Commission meeting, Wednesday, Jan. 8, at 6 p.m., in the City Commission Chambers in City Hall. Members of the City’s Beautification Advisory Board toured the City the week of December 16, to select the top holiday light displays on single-family, multi-family and commercial properties. Last year’s Northeast Quadrant winner, 1107 NE 5th St., is shown in the photo. Did your property make the cut? Single-family home winners are selected in each quadrant; multi-family and commercial properties are judged Citywide. Join the City Commission and Beautification Advisory Board to see which properties were most pleasing to the eye and help promote the beauty within the City.

When the City of Hallandale Beach toppled the water tower at Peter Bluesten Park on December 12, 2013, it marked the latest step in the efficient management of the City’s water utilities service. The demolition of the tower was a visible symbol of the efficient growth of the water distribution network. With this increased capacity and efficiency in the operations of the Hallandale Beach water utilities, the City reduced base water rates on October 1, 2013. “We passed the savings on to the users,” said City Manager Renee Miller. “We improved our infrastructure, improved the distribution network and increased efficiency.” The City reduced the base rate for water $24 per year, or two dollars per month. The monthly rate decreased from $21 to $19, before taxes. The savings is the same to residential users and large buildings, such as

City to break ground at South Beach City Park on Jan. 8 Hallandale Beach will break ground at South Beach City Park at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2014, marking the fourth City park to undergo reconstruction within the past seven months. Located in the 1800 block of Hallandale Beach will break ground on a modSouth Ocean Drive (A- ern, convenient, state-of-the art South Beach City Park complex, at 3:30 p.m., Wednesday, 1-A), South Beach Jan. 8. Located in the 1800 block of South City Park will have Ocean Drive (A-1-A), the park will incorporate a free parking during modern snack bar building to compliment the event. activity areas. New bocce courts, a recreational Among the planned beach volleyball court and playground will be amenities for the new located between the beach and snack bar. The park are a pavilion City will offer free parking at the park during with snack bar, new the groundbreaking ceremonies. South Beach playground equipCity Park will be the fourth City park to undergo ment, volleyball a reconstruction as part of the Citywide Parks courts and new bocce Master Plan. courts. The building will be located adjacent to the parking lot to adhere to new beachfront setback regulations. South Beach City Park will be the fourth redesigned City park in the Citywide Parks Master Plan to begin reconstruction. B. F. James Park, Joseph Scavo Park and North Beach Park are all under construction. Joseph Scavo Park is scheduled to open in the second quarter of 2014; B.F. James in the third quarter of 2014; and North Beach City Park in late 2014. South Beach City Park is expected to be rededicated in the fourth quarter of 2014. North City Beach Park and South Beach City Park remain open to residents and visitors during construction. Other parks in the Citywide Parks Master Plan will be rebuilt as funds become available. All the parks are being built utilizing the City’s Community Benefit Plan. The Community Benefit Plan requires the use of City labor and subcontractors in municipal projects costing more than $1 million. If qualified workers and subcontractors are not available, the general contractor may hire non-city residents and businesses for the project. Bermello Ajamil & Partners designed the parks. Burkhardt Construction, Inc. is the general contractor.

FALLING RATES – Hallandale Beach reduced water rates this year after improvements to the utility distribution network eliminated the need for older resources such as the water tower at Peter Bluesten Park. The water tower was demolished on Dec. 12, after being retired. When built in 1951, the water tower was to supply water and water pressure for developments east of the FEC Railway lines. New, high-capacity lines were placed underneath the railroad tracks and replace the need for the water tower. Improvements were the catalyst for the City reducing water rates two dollars per month, or $24 per year for residential users, including single-family homes and large residential buildings. (Photo courtesy City of Hallandale Beach Public Relations)

condominiums and apartment complexes. The dedication to a safe, efficient water supply helped the City maintain an unblemished water record for more than eight years; daily water samples exceeded

industry-safe standards. Hallandale Beach continues to be at the pinnacle of water operations in South Florida; a standard for water quality, taste and efficient utilities management throughout the region.

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If you would like to submit an announcement for our Community Calendar in the paper – or online, where you are guaranteed placement weekly, please send it to: Larry Blustein, Community Calendar Editor, 305 N.W. 10th Terrace, Hallandale Beach, Florida 33009; Fax: 954 458-0765 or via e-mail to: For a complete listing of all Community Calendar items, please check our website at: Also follow us on Twitter @sfsuntimes. • Every third Thursday of the month at VK Dance Studios (3363 N.E. 163rd St.) in North Miami Beach, there is a Latin Party at 10 p.m. Free Alcoholic Drinks will be served along with other refreshments. Call 305-9444725 for more information. MENTION YOU SAW THIS IN THE SOUTH FLORIDA SUN TMES AND RECEIVE A DISCOUNT. • Attention: Mental Health Therapists - Do you need a tool to treat PTSD and other difficult cases? This is your opportunity to train in the revolutionary, evidence based approach, Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) which will teach you how to eliminate PTSD symptoms for your clients in an average of three sessions. This model is studied by The University Of South Florida (USF). You can find more information at: or call Toll-free at: (877) 675-7153 for more information on expanding your tools for difficult cases. • Do you have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder? There is a cure for PTSD. The University of South Florida completed a study funded by the Department of Defense. The results speak for themselves. In most cases, with an average of 3 sessions of Accelerated Resolution Therapy, the symptoms of PTSD were gone. All calls are confidential. Toll free (877) 675-7153 for more information or Google • ANNOUNCING Gulfstream American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Post 310, 225 SE 1st Ave. Hallandale Beach; has expanded their Sunday breakfast from once a month to the 1st & 3rd Sunday of each month. 9:30am -12:00, Price $7.00 ea. Enjoy a delicious breakfast with a large variety of choices. Omlettes, eggs your way, sausage, bacon, home fries, pancakes, toast, biscuits & gravy. Also your choice of a Bloody Mary or Screwdriver. Open to the public. For more info Call 954.454.6444. • American Legion Unit 92, 211 North 21st Avenue, Hollywood. Ladies Auxiliary has bingo every Thurs-

day night beginning at 6 p.m. Seasonal Special "When you buy your 1st 2 cards, you receive your 3rd card free." We have the "lucky ball" and the "jackpot." Food is also available. We will begin our monthly breakfast from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and on the 3rd Sunday of each month thereafter with eggs of your choice and check out our NEW BUFFET For more information, call: (954) 923-2760. • American Legion, Post 304, 41 NE 1st Court, Dania Beach. Friday Night Dinner, every Friday from 5-8 p.m. Live entertainment 7-11 p.m. and Karaoke every Thursday and Saturday. Open to the public! For more info: (954) 921-7532. • VFW Post 2500 814 S. Dixie Hwy, Hollywood . Karaoke by Michelle from 8pm to 11pm Have FOOD, FUN, SINGING and DANCING while Supporting you Brave Men and Women of the Military for more info call 954-923-4748. • VFW Post 814 South Dixie Hwy, Hollywood, FL 33020 2500 Bingo Every Saturday @ 6:30pm 17 games, Lucky Ball, Plus special games Buy 2 cards at $1.00 ea. get one Free! Plus Food. For more info please call 954-923-4748 Have fun while Supporting your Veterans. • Free Yoga for Veterans AND their Families. Beginner's welcome. Taught by two licensed professionals. Non veterans cost: $5. Grace Art Galleries, 75 N. Federal HWY (rear entrance), Dania Beach - Tuesdays 7 p.m. - 8 p.m. Contact: Lisa Fuller, RYT, (954) 309 6987. • Women's Social Club 60 years & over. Join us for monthly luncheons & visit places of interest. No Dues No Officers. Call Eileen 305-933-6766. • Painting With Sandi - Every Thursday 9:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m. - New demo every week, fun & easy! Hollywood Beach Community & Culture Center 1301 South Ocean Drive (A1A). Just South of Hollywood Boulevard, for more information, please call: 305-978-6701. • Business Networking Event sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Hollywood - Monthly Event - Fourth Tuesday of every month: 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (EDT), Orangebrook Golf and Country Club 400 Entrada Drive, Hollywood, FL 33021. • Spanish lessons every Tuesday at the Hollywood Beach Culture and Community Center, located at


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1301 S. Ocean Dr., Hollywood. Basic Spanish 10:45 11:45 a.m., Intermediate Spanish, 11:45 - 12:45 p.m., $8.00 per class. (954) 921-3600. Thursday, Jan. 2 COMPUTER LESSIONS FOR SENIORS - Age 55 & Over. Registration for Basic Lessons or Internet will take place, 10 a.m. at the The Hollywood Beach Culture & Community Center, 1301 South Ocean Drive, Hollywood. Cost for eight two-hour sessions is $50.00 each course. Further information, call: (954) 921-3600. Saturday, Jan. 4 • CURCI HISTORICAL Tours of the 1924 RESTORED HOUSE 324 SW 2nd Ave. Hallandale Beach Fla. 954457-1452. 954-458-8474 11 AM to 4 PM. Free. • Curious about tai chi? Find out more about this slow and gentle form of exercise, suitable for people of any age and any condition. Come to an Open House for the Taoist Tai Chi Society, from 12:30 to 2:00 p.m. at 800 E. Hallandale Blvd (Sage Plaza, suite 27) in Hallandale, with demonstrations, lessons, and refreshments. New daytime and evening classes, taught by nationally-certified instructors, will begin in January. For more information, call 954-455-2474 or write to Sunday, Jan. 5 • The GOLD COAST COIN CLUB of Hollywood, FL will hold its monthly: “Coin, Currency and Collectible Show” at Mardi Gras Casino 831 North Federal Highway, Hallandale Florida (at the corner of Pembroke Road and US 1). Show will be held from 9:30 am to 3:00 PM. Admission, valet parking and self parking are FREE! Children are welcome! Bourse is on second floor. Tuesday, Jan. 7 * SINGLES PARTY - HAPPY HOUR 5:30 to 8pm at The Mai Kai, 3599 N. Federal Hwy., Ft. Lauderdale. We meet in the beautiful and private Molikai Lounge. 1/2 price on food and drinks extended for our group until 8pm. Friendly crowd and nice mix of ages. $10 cover. questions/party line: 305 932 4192 Wednesday, Jan. 15 • Annual Chinese Auction Luncheon Fundraiser from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the private room of the Hometown Buffet in Hallandale Beach, 1403 East Halalndale Beach Boulevard. Donation is $14.00 per person and is tax deductible. Proceeds go to Treats For Soldiers, Inc. Please reserve, there is limited seating. Call Claire: (954) 292-8261.

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Shake up snack time with a pop of flavor inspiration (BPT) - Popcorn is one of the oldest snacks known to mankind. The fluffy kernels were a favorite pastime long before the first motion picture. In fact, it is believed the oldest ear of popping corn was over 5,000 years old. Now that's staying power. Today, Americans eat around 16 billion quarts of popcorn every year making it the nation's favorite snack food by volume. Naturally rich in protein, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, low calorie airpopped popcorn has more iron than eggs and more fiber than traditional salty snacks. In addition to being healthy, it's wallet-friendly. For about 25 cents, you can pop enough kernels to satisfy a family of four. If that's not enough to whet your appetite, what makes popcorn the greatest snack is its ability to adapt to consumers' everchanging palates. While kernel purists may stick to the simple pleasures of natural popcorn, many opt for the quintessential comfort of butter and salt. However, the more adventurous taste buds

Brothers Farmers Market: The best source of organic fruits and vegetables seek a bit more excitement and flavor from their popcorn. Popping outside the box, fans across the country are shaking up their popcorn with the sweet, spicy and bold flavors of all natural seasoning blends and alternative ingredients. Often available at movie theaters, popcorn seasonings such as Kernel Season's are becoming more and more popular and have made their way to household pantries. Makes sense, considering 70 percent of popcorn consumption takes place at home. Now, the entire family can customize their popcorn at home long before the trailers end with just a few simple shakes of seasoning. Jasmin Fine, food and lifestyle blogger at 1 Fine Cookie, knows

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Fresh fruits and vegetables, herbs and spices from LOCAL farmers. The mission of the Brothers Farmers Market is to form a relationship with local growers/producers in order to provide fresh, seasonal produce and agricultural products for the community while fostering a sense of place in Broward County area of South Florida. They have more local foods than ever this year and continue to strive to bring you the best that Florida has to offer. Stop in and see the huge selection of organic foods. They follow all the strict requirements for organic certification, as defined by the USDA. At Brothers they even have Kosher products their wheatgrass, barley grass, alfalfa, and beet juice products are certified kosher by the Orthodox Union. For over 80 years, the Orthodox Union has set the bar for the highest standards of kosher certification. At the Brothers Farmers Market, customers buy food directly from local farmers – that is as fresh, tasty and nutritious as it gets. Brothers Farmers Market has many locations to serve you - Hollywood 4191 N. State Rd 7 Hollywood Florida 33021 - 954-962-9250 or Green/Yellow Market - 1940 N 30th Rd Hollywood, Fl. 33021 Booth #69, or Davie 6871 Stirling Rd Davie Florida 33314 - 954-585-2225. • Twitter@sfsuntimes • • Wednesday, January 1, 2014 Page 3D

Simpler cooking, bolder flavors with cooking wine (BPT) - Using cooking wine in recipes is a simple way to enhance the flavor of any dish. Found on grocery store shelves, cooking wine is just that - wine made for cooking. Use it like you would a seasoning in recipes where you want to add more flavor."Many people don't re-

• Using cooking wine in recipes is a simple way to enhance the flavor of any dish alize how easy it is to use cooking wine," says Rita Held, culinary professional. "Whether I'm making a sauce, marinade or saute, cooking wine is my go-to ingredient for creating more ro-

bust flavor." Everyone can add more flavor to a variety of dishes this season with these simple tips from Held. * Instead of sauteing vegetables, fish, shrimp,

scallops or chicken in heaps of butter or oil, saute them in a smaller amount of oil plus cooking wine for added flavor and moisture with half the calories. * Don't have the time to make a pasta sauce from scratch? Instead of adding garlic or salt, add a splash of cooking wine to jarred sauce for a bolder flavor.* Cooking wine gives seafood simple, delicious flavor. Marinate shrimp and scallops in white with lemon cooking wine for simple yet savory flavor. Marinate fish fillets in sake cooking wine for 10 to 15 minutes to reduce the fishiness flavor. * Marinate cheaper, lesstender cuts of beef in red cooking wine for 24 hours to boost flavor and tenderize. Drain and then cook as desired. Flank steak is delicious when marinated overnight in a mixture of red cooking wine, soy sauce and minced garlic. * Swirl sherry or Marsala cooking wine into creamy soups to add a delicious nutty flavor. Since cooking wine contains one teaspoon of salt per cup, add it anywhere you need more flavor and reduce the amount of salt. New to using cooking wine? Try this delicious recipe for Creamy Marsala Spaghetti Sauce for a unique twist on traditional Bolognaise.

Snack From Page 2D –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ing, lay popcorn out on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Spray with butter spritzer and carefully sprinkle with edible glitter. Shake baking sheet side to side to coat all sides of popcorn. Spray again and sprinkle with more edible glitter if needed. Mix popcorn with festive candy or any delicious add-in of your choice and package in a gift box. This zesty blend of fresh ingredients and spicy jalapeno will keep your taste buds warm throughout the winter months. JALAPENO POPPED CORN Freshly popped popcorn Cheesy Jalapeno-popcorn seasoning (a little goes a long way) Dried chipotle Fresh cilantroFresh lime zest Place freshly popped popcorn in a bowl and add a few shakes of Cheesy Jalapeno popcorn seasoning. Remember, when using all natural blends, a little seasoning can go a long way so start small and add slowly to increase the spice level. After seasoning the popcorn, toss in chopped dried chipotles, fresh cilantro and fresh lime zest. Mix together and enjoy. What could be better than popcorn? Popcorn and cookies. Get the best of both worlds and mix all your favorite desserts into this one decadent snack. BLACK AND WHITE COOKIE POPCORN Freshly popped popcorn Caramel or Milk Chocolate Caramel popcorn seasoning Chocolate brownie pieces White chocolate for melting Flavor fresh popcorn with caramel or milk chocolate caramel popcorn seasoning. Using left over brownies (either homemade or store bought), break the brownie into small pieces and add to the popcorn. Top it off with drizzled white chocolate melted in the microwave or a double boiler. Enjoy with friends and family or store in an air tight container and hide for late night snacking. For more popcorn fun, additional recipes and flavor inspiration, visit or stop by the Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest

CREAMY MARSALA SPAGHETTI SAUCE Creamy Marsala Spaghetti Sauce 1 pound lean ground beef 1 cup Holland House Marsala Cooking Wine 2 1/2teaspoons parsley 2 carrots, shredded or finely chopped 1 cup mushrooms, diced 4 garlic cloves, minced 1/2 cup onion, chopped 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 tablespoon oregano 1 can (29 ounces) tomato sauce 2 tablespoons sugar 3/4 cup half-and-half or cream

quart pot with the olive oil. Saute the veggies until soft (about 2 minutes) and then add remaining parsley and oregano. Add the remaining 3/4 cup of cooking wine to the pot and gently simmer for 5 minutes. Add tomato sauce and sugar. Stir and gently simmer over low heat for at least 20 minutes or for up to an hour. Drain the meat and add it to the pot. Finish with halfand-half or cream, stirring until combined. Prepare your favorite pasta according to packet instructions and stir the sauce into the drained noodles. Serve.

In a frying pan over low heat, gently and slowly cook hamburger with 1/4 cup of the cooking wine and 1 1/2 teaspoons of parsley. Chop the carrots, mushrooms, garlic and onion, and add to an 8-

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