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Larry Blustein As the nation’s eyes were peeled toward Washington D.C. on Monday, where President Barack Obama, was being inaugurated into office for his second term, there was plenty to be proud about locally as well.

Hallandale Beach Mayor Joy Cooper, left, and Commissioners Bill Julian and Michele Lazarow took part in the yearly event.

This was not only a day where our politics of today was in the spotlight, but also the memory of what Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. did to make this a better place to work and live. It was the perfect

storm of celebration on Monday as the racial equality that Dr. King preached about during his young life saw two worlds come together – with so much to be optimistic about. What Dr. King sacri-

LEADING LADIES

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Leading Ladies Group - Standing: (L to R) Riva Weinthal, Beverly Berland, Myrna Goldman, Ann Anello, Sonia Klein, Candi Casino. Seated: (L to R) Diane Lapin, Nancy Sutton, Phyllis Green (President), Joan Klempner and Elaine Steinhauser. By Phyllis Green Special to South Florida Sun Times HOLLYWOOD - In the mix between charity and show-biz comes “SHOWSTOPPERS” honoring the Dream-Makers, CANDI AND DON CASINO. This event which will take place on Sunday, 5 to 10pm, February 24, 2013 at Temple Solel, Hollywood, culminates the inspirational dedication of the founder of LEADING LADIES, INC. auxiliary of the Transplant Foundation. There will be an open bar, hors d’oeuvers, dinner, dance and electrifying Show! But let’s not get ahead ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LEADING, Page 5A

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As the nation’s eyes were peeled toward Washington D.C. on Monday, where President Barack Obama, was being inaugurated into office for his second term, there was plenty to be proud about locally as well.

ficed to ensure that whites, blacks and every other race and religions would get along and come together as one – was certainly evident anywhere you went over the weekend. While the weekend was about history and awareness of the –––––––––––––––––––– BLUSTEIN, Page 9A

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A root canal is a treatment used to repair and save a tooth that is badly decayed or becomes infected. Root canal procedures are performed when the nerve of the tooth becomes infected or the pulp becomes damaged. During a root canal procedure, the nerve and pulp is removed and the inside of the tooth is cleaned and sealed. Root canal procedures have the reputation of being pain–––––––––––––––––– BOBADILLA, 6A

HALLANDALE BEACH

Registration is open for the annual Valentine’s Day Relay For Life Tennis Tournament at Hallandale Beach’s Golden Isles Tennis Center. A fundraiser for the American Cancer Society, the $25 entry fee includes entry, breakfast and prizes. Page 6B.

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Long awaited Northeast drainage project to start HALLANDALE BEACH - Tuesday night the city held a pre-construction meeting in preparation for the NE Drainage Project. The contractor will be mobilizing starting February 1st and working over the next year installing injection wells, new drainage pipes on various roadways and a new 16 inch sewer main on 14th Avenue. Staff reviewed the project and its main components. All property impacted by the work will be restored. The project will also include tree removal and replacement in some areas. The majority of these trees are palms that will be preserved, transplanted and or replaced. Staff will be working with the contractor on traffic mitigation throughout the area. 14th Avenue will need to be reduced to one lane for the work on 14th and other side streets will also be impacted. All condominiums will still have access. Residential drives and swales will be restored to pre-construction with the same materials. The project is projected to be completed December 2013. It is important for residents to know that the temporary pumping system will remain in place until after the permanent project is complete. This will assure property owners will not be left without a system during the 2013 hurricane season. After the project is complete the city will make the one way street improvement permanent on 8th and 10th Avenues and install sidewalks and bus shelters

Mayor Joy Cooper where they were removed. CITY REACHES OUT TO ADDRESS NEIGHBORS OF MURDER VICTIMS This past Tuesday our Chief of Police, Dwayne Flournoy addressed concerns about the ongoing investigation of the murders that took place on Three Islands. I extend my deepest sympathy to the family, friends and neighbors of David “Donny” Pichosky and Rochelle Wise. The neighborhood was shocked and still in fear from the incident. Police are still working this investigation and were at the location as recently as Tuesday morning reviewing the crime scene and following solid leads. While there were no further crime details released, the meeting was an opportunity to reassure our community that our city is very safe and crime rates are actually down. At the meeting we even learned the biggest crime trend in the area is fraud against consumers. The chief also committed to working with Venetian Park Association to evalu-

ate their property for crime prevention measures to enhance safety. The Chief also made everyone aware that while there is an investigation there will not be information released unless it is vital to public safety. As I wrote last week, the message was” If you see something, say something.

CITY COMMISSION VISIONING RETREAT The new commission met from 9 – 5 on Tuesday to share our vision and goals for our community. It was a good and productive meeting facilitated by Doug Williams a business consultant that works with both corporations and governments. Mr. Williams met individually with each commissioner last week in preparation for the retreat to gather input on what each of our individual concerns are. After all was completed we all shared many of the same priorities; infrastructure investments including beach hardening and renourishment, complete streets citywide that include sidewalks, lighting, bike lanes, completion of a bus shelter plan, quality redevelopment that includes green codes, traffic mitigation and community benefits, the completion of the Foster Road Gateway Project, wastewater projects to include addressing our infiltration/ in flow problems, water sustainability, recycling and continued focus on expediting permitting and business friendly ap-

proaches to our fee structures. The work product will be finalized in a formal document and then reviewed by the City Manager for implementation steps or further input on priorities. Priorities will be dependent on costs and types of projects needed to meet the Commission goals. The Commission did take action to move all regular commission meetings to 6 PM. There will still be a presentation of the Students of the Month and school report the First Wednesday of every month at 1 pm. There will be no Public Participation at 1 PM the first Wednesday or other general business. The Commission also agreed to focus on Code Enforcement with equal and consistent policies for all areas. This goal will fit into addressing blight. We will remain sensitive to economically challenged property owners, but not take months to correct blight. Current policy provides first for a warning. If action steps are not taken, the next step is for the property to receive a citation. At that time the owner must take steps to address the deficiency. If steps are not taken the property will go to the Magistrate. The city will look to the CRA to review current neighborhood and business improvement grants and loan programs to reach these goals. The Commission also agreed that we want to finalize the next steps in our Master Park Plan and keep on a path to prepare

for a Revenue Bond Referendum that will go to a vote in 2014. The Commissioners all agree that these investments will be better accepted once more parks are completed. To date we have completed Foster Park. Joe Scavo, BF James and South Beach are going out to bid in February. The Citywide Master Plan was developed over 5 years ago through input of our residents and is a blue print of our future development. Its main vision incorporates the preservation of existing single family neighborhoods with focused redevelopment on our corridors. The next steps are to implement codes, densities, heights and building standards to direct quality development. It was agreed that a workshop will be scheduled with the new Development Service Director who is in the process of

analyzing the numerous overlay and zoning districts. The Commission is moving forward with a new sense of teamwork and cohesiveness. While we are different and do not agree 100% on all the specifics, it was great to work and reach consensus on the super majority of our goals. Save the date-------February 12, 2013 the Hallandale Symphonic Pops Orchestra will be holding the 3rd Concert in this year’s series. The venue is "Sport of Kings Theater" at Gulfstream Park. The time is 7:30 pm. The guest artists for this concert are The University of Miami Frost School of Music Vocal Jazz Ensemble. Tickets are $32.00. This partnership with UM has brought some of the most talented artists to perform right here in Hallandale Beach.

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Leading From Page 1A of ourselves….let’s start at the Beginning! In 1995, two women, the late Barbara Krongold and Mary Ortman gathered a group of their friends, mostly of show business backgrounds, to meet and establish a new social organization. Candi Casino was in attendance. Being in business with her husband, Don Casino she was a full-time booker for the cruise lines, allowing her not much time for “lunching”. However, she suggested that this group work as a charity for a worthwhile cause; that being the TRANSPLANT FOUNDATION in Miami, Florida, affiliated with the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Medical Center. The idea was unanimously and enthusiastically accepted, chartered and named. Since its inception, this charity has directed its efforts toward providing urgently needed assistance for transplant patients such as temporary housing, and various ancillary support services Today LEADING LADIES, INC. can proudly boast of having raised over ONE AND A QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS in the past 18 years. And it has been done through a dedicated and resourceful Board of Directors and a membership of over 350. This group of dynamic ladies and their gentlemen has parlayed all efforts into financial gains through events such as luncheons, dinners, raffles, and auctions at fine establishments. The monies raised are presented to Eli Compton, Executive Director of the Foundation, and mother of pro-golfer, Eric Compton, twice a heart transplant recipient. Dr. Andreas Tzakis, Dr. George Burke, Dr. Si Pham, world renowned transplant surgeons have taken time from their enormous schedules to offer gratitude and praise for Leading Ladies. Guest speakers who have undergone the phenomenon of transplantation; organ donors, and family members who have lost a loved one; all at one time or another

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have taken the stages to relate their experiences, and this charity has reciprocated in kind. The highlight of these affairs is always fantastic entertainment provided by Don Casino Productions. Fabulous talents have donated their time to perform at the events; the likes of The Osmonds, The Four Aces, John Davidson, JoAnn Worley, Peter Marshall, Charlie Callas, Freddie Roman, Mal Z. Lawrence, Norm Crosby, Don Cornell, Donna Theodore of Broadway, Dick Capri, Sal Richards, Sarge, Steve Solomon, Lenny Rush. Leading Ladies professionals who have done their shows include: Judy Scott, Holly Lipton, Josie O’Donnell, Ann Anello, Katie King, Diane King, Rodi Alexander, Iris Revson, Sharon Daniels, Jody Ebling, Phyllis Green, Claudia Genteel, Aelita, Robin Roth, Micki Marlowe, and the late Francesca and Ruth McMahon. This may sound like a lot of fun and games, but there is much work to be done. The once little known procedure; the once phenom; has now become main stream and most hospitals are now extending their staffs to include Transplantation. The goal of Leading Ladies is to continue its tireless quest to make life easier for those facing this life-changing process. On behalf of the following Board of Directors, public support is eagerly welcomed: Phyllis Green, President, Joan Klempner, Executive Vice President, Nancy Sutton, PastPresident and Coordi-

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WHAT IS DENTAL PULP? The pulp or pulp chamber is the soft area within the center of the tooth. The tooth's nerve lies within root canals, which lie within the roots or "legs" of the tooth. The root canals travel from the tip of the tooth's root into the pulp chamber, which also contains blood vessels and connective tissue that nourish the tooth. A tooth's nerve is not vitally important to a tooth's health and function after the tooth has emerged through the gums. Its only function is sensory -- to provide the sensation of hot or cold. The presence or absence of a nerve will not affect the day-to-day functioning of the tooth. WHY DOES THE PULP NEED TO BE REMOVED? When nerve tissue or pulp is damaged, it breaks down and bacteria begin to multiply within the pulp chamber. The bacteria and other decayed debris can cause an infection or abscessed tooth. An abscess is a pus-filled pocket that forms at the end of the roots of the tooth. An abscess occurs when the infection spreads all the way past the ends of the roots of the tooth. In addition to an abscess, an infection in the root canal of a tooth can cause: • Swelling that may spread to other areas of the face, neck, or head. • Bone loss around the tip of the root • Drainage problems extending outward from the root. A hole can occur through the side of the tooth with drainage into the gums or through the cheek

What you need to know about root canal

with drainage into the skin. WHAT DAMAGES A TOOTH'S NERVE AND PULP IN THE FIRST PLACE? A tooth's nerve and pulp can become irritated, inflamed, and infected due to deep decay, repeated dental procedures on a tooth and/or large fillings, a crack or chip in the tooth, or trauma to the face. WHAT ARE THE SIGNS THAT A ROOT CANAL IS NEEDED? Signs you may need a root canal include: • Severe toothache pain upon chewing or application of pressure. • Prolonged sensitivity/pain to heat or cold temperatures (after the hot or cold has been removed). • Discoloration (a darkening) of the tooth. • Swelling and tenderness in the nearby gums. • A persistent or recurring pimple on the gums. • Sometimes no symptoms are present. THE ROOT CANAL PROCEDURE The root canal procedure requires one or more office visits and can be performed by a dentist or endodontist. An endodontist is a dentist who specializes in the causes, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases and injuries of the human dental pulp or the nerve

Aventura Little League Registration

AVENTURA - Registration for the 2013 Aventura Little League Baseball and Girls Softball season starts on January 28, 2013 for Aventura residents. Non-residents can register starting February 26, 2013, if space is available and they played in the 2012 Little League season. Registration for Aventura residents is $130 and non-resident registration is $156. Clinics and skills ratings for ages 4 - 14 will be held on Monday, February 18, 2013 through Wednesday, February 20, 2013 starting at 5:30 pm at Waterways Park. Players will be trained and rated on skills such as throwing, catching, fielding, batting and base running before they are selected for a team. Registration can be completed at the Aventura Community Recreation Center, Waterways Park, and Founders Park or online at www.cityofaventura.com. For more information about Little League registration, please call 305-466-8008.

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of the tooth. The choice of which type of dentist to use depends to some degree on the difficulty of the root canal procedure needed in your particular tooth and the general dentist's comfort level in working on your tooth. Your dentist will discuss who might be best suited to perform the work in your particular case. The first step in the procedure is to take an X-ray to see the shape of the root canals and determine if there are any signs of infection in the surrounding bone. Your dentist or endodontist will then use local anesthesia to numb the area near the tooth. Actually, anesthesia may not be necessary, since the nerve is dead, but most dentists still anesthetize the area to make the patient more relaxed and at ease. Next, to keep the area dry and free of saliva during treatment, your dentist will place a rubber dam (a sheet of rubber) around the tooth. An access hole will then be drilled into the tooth. The pulp along with bacteria, the decayed nerve tissue and related debris is removed from the tooth. The cleaning out process is accomplished using root canal files. A series of these files of increasing diameter are each subsequently placed into the access hole and worked down the full length of the tooth to scrape and scrub the sides of the root canals. Water or sodium hypochlorite is used periodically to flush away the debris. Once the tooth is thoroughly cleaned, it needs to be sealed. Some dentists like to wait a week before sealing the tooth. For instance, if there is an infection, your dentist may put a medication inside the tooth to clear it

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up. Others may choose to seal the tooth the same day it is cleaned out. If the root canal is not completed on the same day, a temporary filling is placed in the exterior hole in the tooth to keep contaminants out between appointments. At the next appointment, to fill the interior of the tooth, a sealer paste and a rubber compound called gutta percha is placed into the tooth's root canal. To fill the exterior access hole created at the beginning of treatment, a filling is placed. The final step may involve further restoration of the tooth. Because a tooth that needs a root canal often is one that has a large filling or extensive decay or other weakness, a crown, crown and post, or other restoration often needs to be placed on the tooth to protect it, prevent it from breaking and restore it to full function. Your dentist will discuss the need for any additional dental work with you. WHAT SHOULD ONE EXPECT AFTER THE ROOT CANAL? The root canal procedure should relieve the pain you feel. Until your root canal procedure is completely finished -that is to say, the permanent filling is in place and/or the crown is place, it's wise to minimize chewing on the tooth under repair. This step will help avoid recontamination of the interior of the tooth and also may prevent a fragile tooth from breaking

before the tooth can be fully restored. For the first few days following the completion of treatment, the tooth may feel sensitive due to natural tissue inflammation, especially if there was pain or infection before the procedure. This sensitivity or discomfort usually can be controlled with over-the-counter pain medications such as ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin) or naproxen (Aleve). Most patients can return to their normal activities the next day. As far as oral health care is concerned, brush and floss as you regularly would and see your dentist at normally scheduled intervals. Because the final step of the root canal procedure is application of a restoration such as a crown or a filling, it will not be obvious to onlookers that a root canal was performed. Root canal treatment is highly successful; the procedure has more than a 95% success rate. Many teeth fixed with a root canal can last a lifetime. ALTERNATIVES TO A ROOT CANAL

Saving your natural teeth is the very best option, if possible. Your natural teeth allow you to eat a wide variety of foods necessary to maintain proper nutrition. The root canal procedure is the treatment of choice. The only alternative to a root canal procedure is having the tooth extracted and replaced with a bridge, implant, or removable partial denture to restore chewing function and prevent adjacent teeth from shifting. These alternatives not only are more expensive than a root canal procedure but require more treatment time and additional procedures to adjacent teeth and supporting tissues. Since some of the reasons why the nerve of a tooth and its pulp become inflamed and infected are due to deep decay, repeated dental procedures on a tooth and/or large fillings, following good oral hygiene practices (brushing twice a day, flossing at least once a day, and scheduling regular dental visits) may reduce the need for a root canal procedure. Trauma resulting from a sports-related injury can be reduced by wearing a mouth guard. Call us today! To find out if you are a candidate for this kind of procedure! Remember Your Smile is only a Phone call Away (954) 456-1939.

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With his roots in the wholesale business Elliot Kels of Brands International knows how to get a great deal and by doing so he passes the savings along to you. Ellliot has been in the frangrance business for over 20 years in the same location and he knows his stuff. Elliot carries the largest variety of perfumes and perfume sets in South Florida. Just tell him your perfume and he can quote you the ounce size, retail price and your savings off the top of his head. Chances are he will have what you are looking for at a great price. Elliot prides himself on getting anything the customer wants. If it is still out there, if it is still being made, Elliot will get it. Even if it’s not being made and very hard to find Elliot probably has it. Elliots motto is “If you can’t find it we may have it!” His

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Mount Sinai Medical Center Hosts 11th Annual International Alzheimer’s Symposium

MIAMI BEACH - Medical experts from around the world gathered to discuss the latest breakthroughs in Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis and treatment during the 11th Annual Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) Symposium, hosted by The Wien Center for Alzheimer’s Disease and Memory Disorders at Mount Sinai Medical Center. The symposium, held on January 19th and 20th at the Miami Beach Resort and Spa, provided a forum for new information and in-depth discussions about upcoming clinical trials and advances in research related to the clinical diagnosis and progression of Alzheimer’s disease. This symposium is especially significant as current clinical research to find a cure for Alzheimer’s focuses on patients with MCI. People with MCI have more memory problems than others their age, but their symptoms are not as severe as the symptoms seen in people with Alzheimer’s disease. However, patients with MCI have a greater potential of developing Alzheimer’s. The earliest possible diagnosis can lead to pharmacological treatment and non-pharmacological interventions to slow the progression of the disease. Twenty-five distinguished neurological experts from areas around the world – including Sweden, Australia and Netherlands, as well as U.S. cities such as Miami, Chicago, Baltimore, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, Dr. Ranjan Duara of Mount Sinai presents Marilyn Girsh with a plaque at Phoenix, Boston, Philadelphia, Berkeley, Atlanta and more – prethe 11th annual MCI Symposium. Girsh’s generosity and support ensured sented the latest information on the earliest stages of cognitive dethat the symposium will continue for the next 20 years. cline. In addition, the symposium featured keynote speeches by two distinguished experts. Todd Golde, M.D., PhD, director of the University of Florida’s Center for Translational Research in Neurodegenerative Disease, delivered a presentation titled, “Solving the Dilemma of Treatment Versus Prevention Strategies for Alzheimer’s Disease.” Eric Reiman, M.D., executive director of the Banner Alzheimer’s Institute, addressed “Launching the Era of Alzheimer’s Prevention Research”. This year’s event also featured the 2nd Annual Early Alzheimer’s Diagnostic and Treatment Workshop, which explored how newly developed diagnostic tests can be used successfully in the early diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer’s. The symposium also included the 1st Annual MCI Public Education Forum, which gave members of the community the opportunity to interact in a panel discussion with medical experts. The MCI Symposium began in 2003 under the direction of Ranjan Duara, M.D., medical director of the Wien Center.  Thanks to the generosity of Marilyn “Lynn” Girsh, the Wien Center will receive financial support to continue the symposium for the next 20 years. “I was very impressed with the work that Dr. Duara is doing at the Wien Center,” said Girsh. “And I especially appreciated the idea of an international symposium bringing researchers together to share their findings and discuss new ideas on treating Alzheimer’s. If there is any possibility of finding a cure, I would like to do what I can to help.” Unless new treatment options are found to prevent Alzheimer’s or delay its onset, it is projected that 13 million people in the U.S. will have the disease by 2050. Since the development of criteria for Alzheimer’s 25 years ago, major advances in understanding of the biology and early clinical features of the disease have led to improvement in clinical assessments. “Our goal is to continue hosting the symposium to help researchers gain a greater underDr. Ranjan Duara, Medical Director of Mount standing of Alzheimer’s and eventually discover new treatment options that will delay, prevent Sinai’s Wien Center for Alzheimer’s Disease, welor cure the disease,” Dr. Duara said. comes guests to the 11th Annual MCI Symposium


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ory, this was the time to show that American spirit. For me, it was watching some of the early inauguration events and then off to one of the best MLK celebration events held anywhere in Hallandale Beach. There are some great community events that take place each year throughout South Florida – with so many educational seminars and other important things – but if you never attended an MLK day in Hallandale Beach, you simply have never watched community spirit at work. Businesses and city officials come together for a day-long tribute to one

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of the most important people in history. This year, there was a little bit of an extra flair to the celebration with the inauguration taking place. “I have been here four straight years,” said Aloise Campbell, who watched her daughter take part in the parade, which is usually the centerpiece of the celebration. “We love it because it is something that is very important in our community.” Campbell was certainly not alone. Mayor Joy Cooper walked the entire parade route with her heels on. She gave away candy to the kids and plenty of waves, hugs and smiles to the residents of her city. Vice Mayor Alex Lewy was there along with Commissioners Bill Julian, Anthony Sanders and Michele Lazarow, who was taking part in her first parade as an elected official. As the parade worked its way from Johnson Park to Hallandale Beach Blvd., the floats, elected officials, city employees and marching bands were greeted by hundreds of onlookers who were simply having the best time. “Never been to this parade before, but I will be back,” said West Park resident Candace Moore. “This was a very big parade with a lot to offer. I never, ever thought Hallandale Beach had something like this.” What I tell everyone each year is that if you are going to attend two community parades, the MLK event in Hallandale Beach is a must along with Hollywood’s highlysuccessful Candy Cane

Parade in December. Both are signature cityoriented functions that bring this entire community together. For Boyd Anderson band parent Alex Ramirez, the opportunity to watch her daughter take part in something so meaningful is exactly what brought the entire family down from Lauderdale Lakes. “We have a Fort Lauderdale celebration that is always good, but I was really surprised by the amount of floats and other things in this parade,” Ramirez said. “This was one of the best parades I have watched. Well organized and plenty of people.” From police and fire rescue to just about every church and organization in Hallandale Beach, taking part is what it’s all about. The spotlight also helps as

local businesses that never get the attention, are suddenly thrust into the background for such a great community event. “The thing that continues to amaze me is the way our businesses and residents on the west side of this community seem to rally when the spotlight is shining in their direction,” said Commissioner Julian. “Spending so much of my time over here, you know that whatever the event, this is a group of people

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who are thankful for the chance to have so many people come and see for themselves.” As the over hour long parade headed back to Johnson Park – where so many activities were planned for the day - residents, city officials and businesses were thrilled to be a part of a historic day.” Have something to add to this column? Drop Larry Blustein a note at sfsuntimes@aol.com.

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‘Wicked’ Broadway’s most memorable musical returns to the Au-Rene Stage at Broward Center

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Long before Dorothy, there were two other girls who met in the land of Oz. One was born with emerald skin, is smart, fiery, but misunderstood. The other was beautiful, ambitious and very popular. Find out how these two: Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda, the Good Witch, make for the most spell-binding musical. When it comes to musical theatre, “Wicked,” is a clever, whiz-banging prequel to “The Wizard of Oz,” which recasts the Wicked Witch of the West as something closer to a misunderstood hero and Glinda, the Good Witch as a flighty, spoiled girl. “Wicked’s songs contain some of the greatest melodies and smart sophisticated lyrics. There are plenty of songs to make the most of the superb performers with vocal talents. The musical unfolds as a flashback that shows the unlikely friendship between the not-so-good Elphaba, whose wickedness is the result of shattered idealism and Glinda, the other supposedly good witch. Follow the yellow brick road to the Broward Center from January 30th to February 17th, 2013, located

at 201 Southwest Fifth Avenue, Fort Lauderdale. Tickets are $34.50 to $139.50. Showtimes vary. For information, call: (954) 462-0222. Or visit online: www.browardcenter.org. AWARD WINNING AGATHA CHRISTIE’S BBC MYSTERY SERIES NOW ON STAGE AT PARKER PLAYHOUSE: BBC Murders consist of four of the Agatha Christie murder mystery classics, that were originally broadcast as a radio play during the years 1937 to 1954. For those who loved the murder mysteries, it was fun to hear these short stories, produced by the Cider Hill Playhouse played out on radio. For those who are familiar with the murder stories of Agatha Christie they will find the BBC Murder Mysteries to be a capti-

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for Jennifer Lopez, Gloria Estefan, Ricky Martin, Mandy Moore and others. The Spanish-language version of the album, “Otro Dia Mas Sin Verte” became the top Latin album earning him his first Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album. Jon’s performance at Hard Rock Live on January 30, 2013 at 8 p.m. is one not to be missed. Tickets are $39 to $69 at the box office or in person, it is located on State Road 7 (US 441) in Hollywood. For additional information, call: (954) 327-ROCK. 1 (800) 937-0010. Or call Ticketmaster.  “See You at the Theatre” Contact Eleanor at ESuntimes@aol.com


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FREDA’S – ‘CHANGING THE WAY AMERICA EATS’

Freda’s, a new family owned and operated restaurant, has opened in the R.K Sage Plaza at 800 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd. This past Monday guest author Mary McGuire-Wein who wrote the book "The 7-Day Cleanse?" The author hosted a question and answer for those who where curious about cleansing. Freda's Restaurant is trying to change the way America eats. For those who are looking for a healthier lifestyle or just for a tasty lunch or dinner, look no further. Freda’s offers a full range of appetizers, soups, spreads, salads,

wraps, subs and desserts in a family-friendly atmosphere. Their ingredients are bought fresh and local. Another specialty of Freda’s, Fresh Fruit Smoothies. There are lots of choices from the Bombay Banana (Banana, Coconut Milk, Ginger, Dried Dates), Cacao Classic (Coconut Milk, Cacao, Dates, Flax Protein), MangoLicious (Mango, Coconut Milk, Lime) to the Sweet Energy (Celery, Pineapple, Orange Juice, Banana, Greens Supplement) and the Refresher (Coconut Milk, Orange Juice, Carrot Juice, Vanilla). There’s even more on the menu and the

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will serve as the event main stage. The entertainment won’t stop there--a secondary stage will be on the beach at Garfield Street providing entertainment to those soaking up the South Florida warmth. Many artists from Quebec including singers Richard Huet and Robert Doyon will provide entertainment. Food vendors will be centrally located in the area just south of the Hollywood Beach Theatre at Johnson Street. There will be over 100 vendors providing refreshments and products from Canada. Event sponsors will provide information

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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: SFSUNTIMES@aol.com. For a complete listing of all Community Calendar items, please check our website at: www.southfloridasuntimes.com. Also follow us on Twitter @sfsuntimes. • $1 PER CARD BINGO! Held every Thursday at 1:00 P.M. at the Hallandale Beach Cultural Center. 410 SE 3rd Street. The event is sponsored by the Memorial Senior Partners. Adults Only. Any questions, please call 954292-8261. • American Legion, Post 304, 41 NE 1st Court, Dania Beach. Friday Night Dinner, every Friday from 6-8 p.m. Open to the public! For more info: (954) 921-7532. Saturday, Jan. 26 • IRISH-AMERICAN CEILI CLUB. New Year's Ceili from 7pm-11pm at the American Legion Hall, 211 North 21st. Avenue, Hollywood with Tommy & Sharon. Admission: $10. Call 954-9214325. Email: irish32 @aol.com. More info on our website: irishamericanceiliclub.com. Next Ceili 2/16/13. Sunday, Jan. 27

• Relay for life - Robar Salon & Spa Cut-A-Thon 2500 East Hallandale Beach Blvd. Suite W, Call (954) 458-4656. • Join Us - Everything you need to know about cremation and funeral prearrangements at Riverside Gordon Aventura Chapel, 20955 Biscayne Boulevard, Aventura, Florida 33180 at 4:00 p.m. Meal will be provided, no money needed, educational session. **One kindle per household will be given with each new prearrangement.** RSVP only, seating is limited, please call: (305) 935-3939.

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• Hallandale Beach Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a Morning Speed Biz- Bring a Bud to Biz from 7:30 am-9 am. The event will be held at Vi Aventura, 19333 W Country Club Drive, Aventura.

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Monday's event attracts thousands to the city

MLK PARADE

Hallandale High School Marching Mighty Charger Band paraded Monday as part of the annual Community Civic Association Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Parade in Hallandale Beach. The parade, which included more than 40 units and seven marching bands, one of the largest parades in South Florida to honor Dr. King. The parade ended at O.B. Johnson Park where the Charger drum line kicked off the Dr. King Festival. More than a dozen national and local acts performed at the festival. The event draw several thousand residents and visitors for music, carnival rides and food.

Getting ready for Relay For Life

Registration is open for the annual Valentine’s Day Relay For Life Tennis Tournament at Hallandale Beach’s Golden Isles Tennis Center. A fundraiser for the American Cancer Society, the $25 entry fee includes entry, breakfast and prizes. The tournament begins at 8:30 a.m., Thursday, Feb. 14, and is limited to the first 40 players. The tournament includes doubles and mixed doubles draws in a round-robin format. For more information or to register, please contact Barbara Southwick, City of Hallandale Beach Parks and Recreation Advisory Board chair, 954-454-8132, or the Golden Isles Tennis Center, 954-457-1459. Entry fee checks should be made payable to the American Cancer Society. (City of Hallandale Beach Public Relations file photo)

Locals recognized at the ADRC Awards

Hallandale Beach Human Services members were honored by the Aging & Disability Resource Center of Broward County (ADRC) last week for their tireless service to older residents in the City and surrounding areas. In on the ceremony were, from left, City Commissioner Bill Julian, Seniors Program Coordinator Victor De Souza, Human Services Director Marian McCann-Colliee, and City Manager Renee Crichton Miller. Mrs. McCann-Colliee was presented with the Community Leadership Award. Mr. De Souza was honored as with the Project Personality of the Year. The honors were presented at the annual ADRC Board of Directors installation dinner. (Photo courtesy City of Hallandale Beach Public Relations)


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Chronic pain is debilitating, and quickly erodes quality of life. Now, a new medical technology allows many patients suffering from back or joint pain to avoid surgery and return to the activities and lifestyles they enjoyed previously. Map PEMF Therapy is a painless noninvasive method of delivering a pioneering new branch of an invisible treatment that provides a revolutionary cure you were waiting for. A rapid acceleration which recovers and restores a pain-free lifestyle. The treatment works on all joint problems, tears, sprains, fractures and repetitive injuries such as carpel tunnel, arthritis, and osteoarthritis. What’s truly amazing about MAP PEMF Therapy is that it actually regrows cartilage as well as increases bone density. It has been used by thousands of people, including many professional athletes. MAP PEMF Therapy can help patients avoid hip and knee replacements and provide rapid alternative recovery methods. It is now available at the Joint and Muscle Treatement Center in Hallandale

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HOW IT WORKS If you have ever held two magnets in your hands, tried to force them together, and felt a resistance between them, then you have experienced a magnetic field. PEMF stands for Pulsed ElectroMagnetic Fields, which are widely used these days to improve circulation and cell metabolism. The body can become accustomed to nonmoving (or static) magnetic fields, which are generally unable to deeply penetrate the body. A pulsed electromagnetic field, however, is quite dynamic, is able to penetrate all the way through the body, and creates a cascade of effects within the body. The MAP PEMF Therapy uses moving magnets creating an energy wave which

you are better. The cost is far less than surgery, and patients avoid the long recovery times and possible side effects associated with surgery.

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Dr. OZ introduces a breakthrough way to heal pain using Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields. Also known as PEMF therapy, this method of healing has been widely used in Switzerland for over 15 years. It’s a technology that had been developed for the Russian Space program to help prohibit the bone loss that the cosmonauts suffered when they were in space and away from the earths magnetic fields. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iL1_U1rZig&feature=plcp

Treatment helps patients avoid hip and knee replacements and provide rapid alternative recovery methods at the Joint and Muscle Treatment Center in Hallandale Beach.

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I WOULD LIKE YOU TO KNOW HOW THRILLED I AM WITH PEMF. I HAVE BEEN USING IT FOR ABOUT A YEAR FOR A VARIETY OF THINGS, INCLUDING MIGRAINES, JOINT & MUSCLE SORENESS AND TO ACCELERATE HEALING. IT IS INCREDIBLY EFFECTIVE, ESPECIALLY IN AVERTING A MIGRAINE. – VICKI CLOUGH WE REALLY ENJOY THE PEMF. MY WIFE'S BACK IS SIGNIFICANTLY BETTER. I HAVE ALSO SEEN IMPROVEMENT IN MY ASTHMA. – J. PARKER I HAVE USED THE PEMF FOR TEN MONTHS NOW FOR HIP PAIN ASSOCIATED WITH AVASCULAR NECROSIS. IT IS VERY EFFECTIVE AND CONTROLS THE PAIN TO THE EXTENT THAT I HAVE FULL RANGE OF MOTION AND CAN WALK NORMALLY WITH NO PAIN. I AM VERY GLAD I GOT IT AND RECOMMEND IT HIGHLY.

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LOCAL SENIORS AT HIGH RISK FROM WIDESPREAD FLU OUTBREAK Local Families battle back with 'Fight-TheFlu Kits' and caregivers for the elderly

This vicious flu epidemic has threatened local seniors and now their families are fighting back with “Fight the Flu Kits” and caregivers to protect their elderly loved ones. Weaker immune systems make seniors more vulnerable to the flu and that’s why 90% of all flu-related deaths and more than half of flu-related hospitalizations occur in people age 65 or older. That’s why Visiting Angels, one of the nation’s largest in-home senior care companies, with a center in our area, is helping local families in two ways: 1) Assembling Visiting Angels "Fight The Flu Kit" - so seniors protect themselves from the flu. 2) Offering In-home Senior Flu Service Caregivers help sanitize

seniors’ homes and run errands for seniors (ie. grocery store) so they’re not exposed to the flu, take seniors to get their flu shot and care for seniors and take them to the doctor if they have the flu.  “This flu can be deadly for seniors because they can develop pneumonia and other respiratory illnesses, so families have to be especially vigilant with their elderly loved ones,” says Larry Meigs, President and CEO of Visiting Angels, one of our nation’s largest inhome care companies with a center in our area. “Our flu kits help seniors protect themselves from the flu. Our caregivers run errands so seniors don’t go out and get exposed to the virus especially in high exposure areas such as

the grocery store or the mall. Plus, we help sanitize the seniors’ homes to keep them as germfree as possible. Our kits and caregivers are especially helpful for people who don’t live near their elderly loved ones and want someone to protect their seniors and watch over them if they get sick and need help recovering.” VISITING ANGELS FIGHT THE FLU KITS Visiting Angels “Fight The Flu Kits” include: (items available at most retail stores) • Paper towels – encourage seniors to use paper towels in the bathroom instead of hand towels, which can harbor germs. • The Medisim TempleTouch™ thermometer – if seniors have a fever

higher than 102 degrees, that could indicate they have the flu. • Vitamin C or little boxes of orange juice – helps build seniors’ weaker immune systems. • Pocket-size hand sanitizer, with aloe – helps keep seniors’ skin germfree without drying out their sensitive skin. • Pens – seniors should always have their own pen handy – pens shared in public areas carry a ton of germs. • Lysol spray – reminder for seniors to spray doorknobs, handles, and light switches, etc... at least once a week – viruses can live up to 48 hours on plastic and stainless steel surfaces. • Hand soap - recent studies show plain soap and water works just as

Preventing Prescription Drug Abuse

(NewsUSA) - For teens, peer pressure or wanting to escape emotional stress can often lead to prescription drug experimentation, which in turn can lead to abuse, addiction and sometimes a drug overdose. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 70 percent of children age 12 and older say they got prescription drugs, not from a drug dealer, but from a friend or relative. "Each day, more than 2,000 teens begin abusing prescription medications, believing that doctor-prescribed medicine is safer to experiment with than illegal drugs," says Steve Pasierb, president and CEO of The Partnership at Drugfree.org. "Parents and grandparents take great pains to prevent poisoning in young children by keeping household chemicals out of the reach," according to Pasierb. "The same approach needs to be taken to safeguard medications in the home." The first step is to get informed about the dangers and knowhow to intervene. The website www.RxSafetyMatters.org provides information to parents and community groups on how to prevent prescription drug abuse. Tips for parents include: * Learn to recognize the signs of abuse. Warning signs include sudden mood swings, changes in social circles, secretive behavior, excessive sleeping and a loss of interest in appearance or hobbies. Symptoms often occur in clusters. * Monitor your medications. Keep a detailed record of which prescription drugs you have in your home and the remaining number of pills. Store your medications in a secure location. If you have medications that you no longer need or have expired, dispose of them properly. * Educate others. Talk to your relatives, neighbors and other parents in households where your children spend time. Grandparents' homes are frequently a source of pills, simply because older people take more medications. Talk to the PTA at your teen's school, and encourage others to take preventive steps to prevent prescription drug abuse. * Talk to your children, and listen for clues. Make sure your children understand the dangers of misusing prescription medications -- but avoid providing information about which drugs are popular to abuse. Listen to your kids, and always ask these questions: "Who are they meeting, what will they be doing, and where will they be?" To learn more about how to prevent prescription drug abuse, download the free "Parents Guide to Understanding Prescription Drug Abuse" at www.RxSafetyMatters.org. Purdue Pharma L.P. developed www.RxSafetyMatters.org as a public service to help combat prescription drug abuse.

well, if not better, than antibacterial soaps. • Cold Vs. Flu Tip Sheet Here – This hand-out explains the difference between the cold and flu. • Hand sanitizer wipes – these are handy to have on-the-go, whether to clean hands or public surfaces. Don’t rely on just baby wipes because they do not contain the proper ingredients to kill viruses and germs. “Often seniors don’t think of themselves as elderly, ignore health warnings and resent loved ones ‘telling them what to do’,” adds Meigs. “Our caregivers can help nudge a senior to get protection from the flu and to get the help they need if they get the virus.” VISITING ANGELS FIGHT THE FLU TIPS FOR SENIORS • Get the flu shot because it’s free and covered by Medicare. People 65 and older have two flu shots available to choose from – a regular dose vaccine and a newer higher dose flu vaccine that results in a stronger immune response. Seniors should talk to their doctors to see if they’re a good fit for this vaccine.  • Shorten the duration of symptoms by getting an anti viral medication within 48 hours. HOW TO TELL THIS STORY Interview local caregivers and family members assembling Visiting Angels "Fight The Flu Kits.” Talk with local senior care experts and caregivers about how to sanitize a home for seniors. Talk to families helping seniors fight the flu! ABOUT VISITING ANGELS LIVING ASSISTANCE SERVICES Visiting Angels was established in 1991 in Baltimore as an independent agency caring for seniors in their

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Did You Know? (Places seniors should avoid because they carry the most germs) • Public restrooms – especially the sink b/c bacteria can survive there the longest – Source: University of Arizona study • The mall – especially food court tables – the rags used to “clean” can spread harmful bacteria – they can contain E. coli b/c they are not cleaned or changed regularly – Source: Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University • Grocery stores – this is where many people go when they are sick, whether to get some OJ, chicken noodle soup, or medicine – also grocery cart handles - About 70%-80% of the shopping carts tested nationwide had E. coli, says Charles Gerba, Ph.D., a University of Arizona • Restaurants – one of the dirtiest areas is the table top due to the “clean” rag used to wipe them down (source: Lifescript) • Libraries – some of the dirtiest areas are the books, computers and table tops, just from the many people who touch them each day (source: Lifescript)

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The Peninsula Brings Sign Language & Features to Serve Hearing-Impaired Senior Residents HOLLYWOOD - Recognizing a vital need, The Peninsula, an assisted living community in Hollywood, is serving deaf residents by adapting residences and instituting a series of American Sign Language (ASL) classes for their employees and residents. They plan to make these classes available to seniors and caregivers from the outside community starting in February. Classes teach the alphabet, numbers, daily conversation topics, greeting and Deaf culture. “This sensitivity training and basic ASL is so vital to enabling deaf, hard of hearing and late deafened senior adults the ability continue to maintain a sense of dignity while enhancing their well-

being and improve the quality of their lives,” said Jonathan Sperber, executive director for The Peninsula. The community has been working with Andrew Altmann, a consultant with Deaf Talk, LLC, who was formerly an instructor with the Center for Hearing and Communications to offer the appropriate resources. Altmann has more than10 years of experience teaching ASL while mentoring and tutoring interpreters. As needed, within residential apartments visual fire alarms and doorbells are installed. Telephones within residences have been prewired for DSL service and should someone wish to use a computer within their apartment this can be accommodated. Also,

in the community’s communication center special computer software has been installed which enables residents to video conference with whomever they wish and computer assistance is available. “Many of the services provided to all residents at The Peninsula are geared to serve someone who is deaf as well,” explained Sperber. “There is periodic monitoring throughout the day and residents can be escorted to meals and activities. A daily calendar of events is visually posted in varied locations and verbally is explained to residents. But it’s essential that staff has the sensitivity and understanding of our deaf residents.” The Peninsula has a spa-

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Members of the Hollywood City Commission periodically hold District Town Hall Meetings to provide residents an opportunity to gain valuable information about issues, projects or City services. Here are two upcoming meetings resident may want to attend.

cious theater for varied entertainment and when movies are featured, closed captioning is used. “We’re finding these extra services and improvements are so appreciated by our employees and residents,” he added.

WHAT: District 2 Town Hall Meeting hosted by Commissioner Peter Hernandez in partnership with State Representative Shevrin Jones TOPICS: Downtown Hollywood, code enforcement, utilities projects and state grant opportunities. WHEN: Wednesday, January 30 at 7 p.m. WHERE: City Hall, Room 219 (City Commission Chamber), 2600 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood

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WHAT: District 4 Town Hall Meeting hosted by Vice Mayor Richard Blattner TOPICS: Public safety and property standards WHEN: Tuesday, February 19 at 7:00 p.m. WHERE: Young Israel, 3291 Stirling Road, Hollywood, FL 33312 For more information, contact the Office of the Mayor and Commission at 954.921.3321.

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HALLANDALE Gulfstream 55 Condo Fully furnished. Large 1/1, enclosed porch. New roof, 2nd floor, 2elevators. By Owner, $70,000, or for rent. (954) 970-8492 HEMISPHERES BAY SOUTH 3/2.5, completely updated, Impact windows & doors, magnificent view. Pepe & Martha Pena (954) 734-7274 (305) 261-1945

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HEMISPHERES OS 1/1.5, 3A , $249K. OS1/1.5 10N,$234,900 ON 1/1.5, 20A , $250K. BNStudio 12H, $150K. BS 3/2.5, 12E, $450K. Halprin RE (954) 817-4919

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SEA AIR 820-1/1.5,E.vu,$225K. 1115-1/1.5, tile,$245K. 517- 2/2, $239,900. 919- 2/2, N. vu, $325K. 519 - 2/2, tile, $285K. Halprin RE (954) 817-4919

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THE SUMMIT For Sale By Owner Shore 2/2, remodeled. Ocean, Intra., S. view. High fl, 2 pools, tennis courts & restaurant. (954) 923-1546

SUNNY ISLES LE CARTIER 201 178TH DRIVE 1/1, 757 sq. ft., tiled floors, no rental restrictions, $194,900. (786) 412-4568

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THE WAVE 706 - Studio. North view, $215,000. 1216-1/1.5,S vu. $325K. 1235-2/2-S.vu, $365K. Halprin RE (954) 817-4919

SUNNY ISLES BEACH Winston Towers “200” Full 2 Bed/2 Bath. Asking $1500 month. Winston Towers Realty (305) 935-1500

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WINSTON TOWERS On-Site ReSale Office Winston Towers 200 2/2,split, on the water, Asking price, $279K. Winston Towers 300 Pristinecorner,$290’s Winston Towers Realty (305) 935-1500

Broker Associate Attractive 2/2 Split Floor Plan, Gorgeous View of Intracoastal Waterway From Balcony. Floor to Ceiling Windows, Walk Directly Across Street to Beach. Entire Building. Updated. Pool, Gym & Social Hall, Covered Parkng. A Buy At Only $239,900! Must See To Appreciate!!

Alexander Towers 2/2 Corner. Beautiful Direct Ocean View from Every Room. Faces North & Completely East. Couldn’t Get Closer to Beach. Priced At $389,000! 2/2 Furnished Apt. Available Jan., Feb., D Intracoastal March & April of 2013 Season. E ED TBarbeque View. Attractive Pool &T area. N N E Only $2,500 R Month. RE Won’t Last Long!!

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OCEAN DIRECT VIEWS From this completely HOLLYWOOD LAKES upgraded 1800 sq. ft. SINGLE FAMILY HOME unit. Great Oceanfront Beautiful Lake Views secured bldg. Convenfrom this Spacious ient to airport, Aventura 5,000 sf. Home Built in Mall, shopping and 2005. 5 Bdrms, 5 Full restaurants. $499,000 Bathrooms w/ 2 half Baths. Pool, 2-car garage PARADISE HARBOUR 1/1 furn. w/fabulous SINGLE FAMILY wide lake & pool views. 3/2 lg fenced backyard, Completely upgraded including new A/C. No freshly painted, wood floors. Near Beaches & land lease! $119,900 Downtown Hollywood PARKER PLAZA ESTATES $199,000 Ocean direct views from this completely upAVANT GARDE COMPLEX graded 1/1.5, full Ocean & Intracoastal service oceanfront bldg. views, complex opposite $399,000. ocean. Convenient to Ft. PARKER TOWER Laud. Airport, 15 mins. ALE 1 Br. to Aventura Mall. Large OceanfrontGBSldg., IN Ba. West 2Dfull 2/2 with wrap terrace. Conv., N view.PEAll assessments From $259,000. paid! $224,900

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AVENTURA / MYSTIC POINTE TOWER 500 CALL: MIKE ROSEN NEW LISTING! 2/2 Bay & Pool Views, Cell: (954) 854-7828 INTERNATIONAL Tenant in Place Till 8/31/13. Tenant TURNBERRYREALTY rosen@realtyagent.com Willing to Stay. Only $349K OBO 2/2 Cor Unit. Super View, Upgraded. Easy To Show! A Must See at $469,000! AVENTURA / MYSTIC POINTE TOWER 300 2/2, WD, Wood Floors, Shape, Nice View of Bay, E LE L AGreat SA G S IN G DIN ND EN P PE 7th Floor, Super View! $279,900 OBO 2/2 17th Floor, Remodeled Kitchen Views of Ocean & Golf Course. Only $310,000!!! HALLANDALE/CHOICES! MEADOWBROOK New Listing! 2/2 Completely ERedone, All Tiled. TurnLE AL SA G S IN G D DIN NMust EN P PE key, Low Maint. Sell! Reduced To $109,000 New Listing! 2/2 Nice Unit. All Remodeled, 1st Floor. Best Value For Your Dollar At $139,000 OBO New Listing! 1/1.5, $109,000! LOW INVENTORY, NEED MORE LISTINGS, CALL ME!! YOUR HOME MAY BE WORTH MORE THAN YOU THINK!

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AQUARIUS HOLLYWOOD BEACH 2/2 Fully Renovated, North Bldg., Trump Waterfalls View...................................$295,000 2/2 - Original Mint Condition, Ocean View, Pool View........................................$369,950 2/2 - Penthouse South Building - Gorgeous In and Out.....................................$429,000 2/2/1 - 5 Line - High Floor - Direct Ocean - In Demand.....................................$469,000

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(BPT) - Grab your fork and knife. Amateur and professional foodies alike highly anticipate the newest food trends, and 2013 will not disappoint. Throughout the country, restaurants and home cooks are utilizing their creativity to make food that satisfies the palate and leaves a lasting impression. Indulge your passion for food and drink with the top food trends of 2013, found at many of the 33 destinations participating in California Restaurant Month, a special month-long event in January that offers travelers gourmet prixfixe menus, wine-pairing opportunities and more. Here are the top trends you'll see emerge this year: Trend 1: Wine experimentation When you visit a restaurant in 2013, don't be surprised if you see wine flights on the menu, which allow patrons to sample different wines and find new varietals they enjoy. "From pouring a flight of the same varietal from three different regions, to grouping wines by style, such as robust reds, flights encourage diners to experi-

ment and try different wine and food combinations," explains Nancy Light of the Wine Institute. What wines will be popular in 2013? Light says that the top three California varietals - chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon and pinot noir - will continue to be the best-selling wines. Moscato and red blends - i.e. zinfandel and petite sirah combined with cabernet or merlot - will be hot in the new year.

forager group Shiitake Happens to get the freshest mushrooms for their recipes.

Trend 2: Food foraging flourishes Food foraging is set to hit its stride in 2013, meaning finding foods that are growing organically in nature and then using them in your cooking. Things like wild edible plants, berries, nuts and of course mushrooms are the most popular items foraged from the wild. Restaurants are embracing this trend and using foraged ingredients at the peak of freshness, offering guests new flavors along with an interesting back-story about their dish. For example, Chef Tin Vuong of Abigaile restaurant in Hermosa Beach, Calif., partners with a local food

Trend 3: The reinvention of the burger Did you know the cheeseburger was born in Pasadena, Calif., and every year the city hosts a special Cheeseburger Week that attracts travelers from around the world? In 2013, the burger is getting reinvented and can be found on menus from casual diners to gourmet eateries throughout the country. In 2013 take a fresh look at your burger and be creative with toppings and seasoning. Pasadena's Umami Burger restaurant takes toppings to the limit: shiitake mushrooms, caramelized onions,

roasted tomatoes and parmesan crisp make for a burger that's anything but boring. Another example is Slater's 50/50, which reinvents the burger from the inside out with a mix of half ground beef and half ground bacon. Trend 4: Olive oil is king Two reasons make extra virgin olive oil the oil of choice for 2013 it's versatile and healthier. How is olive oil different than other oils? "Nutritional quality for one," says Theo Stephan, olive oil expert for Global Gardens. "Polyphenols are found in olive oil which translates to antioxidants. Extra virgin olive oil is a monounsaturated fat; 'fat' is actually necessary in our diets if we are going to maintain proper organ

health and keep our weight stable." She suggests when dining out to ask for extra virgin olive oil as a butter substitute. For the home cook, extra virgin olive oil can be used in just about any kind of cooking. Consider shopping online or going to a specialty store to sample different varieties - many options at regular grocery stores- are altered or have high levels of acidity, making them not truly extra virgin.

Wangard of Marisol at the Cliffs Resort in Pismo Beach, Calif. "With that comes a lot of seasonality in products throughout the course of the year." In 2013, more people will utilize farmers markets and restaurants will make efforts to source from local suppliers, which means rapidly changing menus for diners. "Right now, we work with around 30 different farmers, local fishermen and ranchers. The menu is updated about every two weeks and is reflective of what we get from these local suppliers," notes Wangard.

Trend 5: Farm to table grows "Farm to table basically means you're dealing with farmers, fishermen or ranchers you know and are using their products in your style of food," says Chef Gregg

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