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Getting ready for the 30th Annual Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce Golf Classic on Dec. 2

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Golf tournaments are all about combining business with camaraderie! The Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce’s 30th Annual Golf Classic is being held on Friday, Dec. 2 at The Westin Diplomat Resort and Spa. Greg Norman Jr. will serve as the honorary chair of this tournament, along with Steve and Honi Parker of Parker Dentistry: Facial Rejuvenation and Wellness. For more on the event, see Page 6A. ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

Acquo 124 Ristorante Italiano lives up to its lofty Zagat Rating Are you looking for a romantic dining experience, a place with a warm and inviting ambiance, great service, mouth-watering food, entertainment? Maybe you have outof-town guests, or just want a wonderful meal in a relaxing atmosphere with impeccable service. Perhaps you and your friends are looking for a happy hour with an incredible bar menu, great cocktails, entertainment and congenial people who love meeting there. Acquo 124 fits all those descriptions and more. The first thing you will notice upon entering is the inviting ambiance. The Mediterranean decor gives you the feeling of dining in Italy. ––––––––––––––––––––– ACQUO, Page 3A

Dr Stanley Braverman with Jose and Alma Berrios. Happy to be able to drive, day and night, and to read, without glasses!

For years, the miracle of Lasik surgery for vision correction was almost always an either-or procedure. Patients who wanted to throw away their glasses or contact lenses but were old enough to require reading glasses on top of their distance correction, had to choose one kind of correction or the other for each eye. Now, a remarkable new procedure called PresbyLasik allows most patients to eliminate both problems. Jose Berrios, 64, and his wife, Alma Mazar-Berrios, 62, both qualified for the PresbyLasik procedure and are thrilled with the results. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BRAVERMAN, Page 6A ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

Preserving history in Hallandale Beach

Curci House Tours have attracted many to this Hallandale Beach landmark.

Acquo 124’s Dinner Menu and Specials of the Night consists of a variety of House Specialties, Signature Dishes and old favorites.

• Owner, Sal Greco, insists on using only the freshest ingredients in all his dishes KODNER GALLERIES - DANIA Kodner Galleries has become a 4th generation auction business with over 90 years of experience in buying, selling, appraising and consigning for sale antiques, fine household contents, works of art and diamonds. For more on this quality business, see Page 2A.

By Larry Blustein With all the events that the City of Hallandale Beach hosts, perhaps one of the most underrated and underexposed monthly showcases happens to be the Curci House Tours. Located in an area that many longtime residents would love to see turned into a historic district, the Curci House is indeed a monthly bea–––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CURCI, Page 8A

HEALTHY TORTILLAS Many people opt for whole wheat bread as a healthier option than the white version. But for meals that go beyond a standard sandwich, whole wheat tortillas can serve as a versatile ingredient that's more nutritious than white flour tortillas. Page 2D.

HALLANDALE BEACH NEWS Women from throughout South Florida are encouraged to attend the City of Hallandale Beach’s 8th Annual Women’s Cancer Event and the 2nd Annual Fire-N-Dezire Stiletto Walk for Breast Cancer, Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Austin Hepburn Center. For more, see Page 1D.

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From Page 1A ––––––––––––––––––––– Owner, Sal Greco, insists on using only the freshest ingredients. Long Island wild clams are used in their clam dishes and their seafood is delivered fresh daily. And the bread....the best! Mr. Greco also owns Cusano’s Bakery, an over 100 year old family owned and operated bakery that delivers the Tuscan style bread fresh everyday!

SPECIALS OF THE NIGHT ARE TRULY SPECIAL! Acquo 124’s Dinner Menu and Specials of the Night consists of a variety of House Specialties, Signature Dishes and old favorites. There’s an extensive Antipasti Menu...Calamari Fritti (Lightly fried to a golden brown served with fresh marinara sauce), Calamari Arrabiata (fried or sautéed, served in a cherry pepper and garlic marinara sauce) and many other wonderful appetizers including their Signature Dishes, Baked Clams Oreganata (Long Island wild clams topped with their seasoned homemade bread crumbs, fresh garlic and parsley), Zuppa D’Cozze (Fresh Mediterranean mussels sautéed with fresh garlic, herbs and extra virgin olive oil), or maybe you love mushrooms. In that case order the

Spedino “Acquolina” (Slices of fresh Toscana bread, layered with fresh mozzarella, porcini mushrooms, and anchovies in a light cream sauce). For your Secondi (Main Course) Diners travel miles for the Osso Bucco (Center cut veal shank, served over risotto Milanese in a rich ragu sauce). How about one of their Signature Pasta dishes The “Old Country” Pasta (Homemade Italian sausage, broccoli di rabe, fresh garlic, extra virgin olive oil over your choice of pasta), Frutti Di Mari (Long Island wild Clams, mussels, calamari, scungilli, shrimp, fresh garlic, olive oil and fresh tomatoes over linguini), Fileto Di Salmon Alla Padela (Fresh Scottish salmon fillet, sautéed with garlic, olive oil, white wine and basil served over a bed of grilled vegetables) or Marechiara (Long Island wild top neck clams and shrimp chopped with fresh garlic and fresh plum tomatoes), Scaloppine Di Vitelo Franchese (Veal medallions, sautéed in a white wine lemon butter

sauce, and fresh parsley) or one of many other mouth-watering dishes. Are you hungry yet? HAPPY HOUR IS CELEBRATED ONLY AT THE BAR All Night Sunday through Thursday and Friday 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM. You can order from the Bar Bites Menu Sunday through Friday from 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM. During Happy Hour, House wine and well drinks are $5.00 and Martinis $7.00. DELICIOUS LUNCH BUFFET If you are in the Hallandale Beach area you should stop by Monday-Friday 11:303:00 for Acquo124’s incredible Lunch Buffet! For just $8.95 the buffet consists of Soup, Chopped Salad, 2 Pasta dishes one of which is whole wheat and the Chef’s Selection of Chicken and Fish complete with their wonderful bread! Acquo 124 is located at 124 S. Federal Highway, Hallandale Beach, FL 33009. 954-454-2410.

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Panic Disorder can be successfully treated By Dr. Ron Q… What is effective for treating Panic Disorder? T.M.., Miami A… Panic Disorder is a particularly painful condition marked by uncomfortable sympathetic nervous system responses. We all have what is called a “fight or flee” mechanism that originates in a part of our brain called the hypothalamus. This mechanism is triggered when encountering a real danger or threat, and stimulates our body’s ability to either fight or flee from the threat. But in panic disorder a false alarm is triggered. The results are a variety of unpleasant bodily reactions, which may include excessive sweating, heart palpitations, high blood pressure, headache, dissociation, dizziness, and other uncomfortable bodily sensations. People experiencing their first attack will often check themselves into hospital emergency rooms, fearful they are having a heart attack or are losing their minds. Most often neither is occurring. In some severe cases a panic sufferer may become fearful of leaving home and entering public places; a condition called agoraphobia. Both medication and psychotherapy report success in treating panic disorder. SSRI anti-depressant drugs such as Prozac, Zoloft & Paxil are frequently prescribed for this condition, but from my observation often falls short of satisfactory symptom relief. A class of drugs known as benzodiazepines, (such as xanax, ativan, valium and klonapine), are much more immediately effective, and can serve as a great relief to panic sufferer. But if taken over prolonged periods of time, these drugs can lead to drug-tolerance and addiction. When attempting discontinuation, withdrawal may be nasty and prolonged. Consult a good medical doctor on all drug-taking considerations. It is the behavioral & cognitive psychotherapies, many studies indicate, that lead to long term alleviation of symptoms. Psycho-therapeutic approaches include relaxation exercises, training to minimize an attack right from the onset, challenging irrational, negative, and catastrophic thinking, & actual exposure to the settings that may provoke an attack. Perceptual reconstruction is often the key for beating panic disorder. For example, sensations elicited by a roller coaster ride are perceived as enjoyable, but these sensations are very similar to the symptoms expressed in a panic attack. In the former condition the mind perceives the sensations as fun, in the latter, a horror to be avoided. Perception often makes all the difference. If it brings you any comfort or relief, know that panic disorder is often successfully treated. Seek professional help with someone experienced in this disorder. Don’t expect miracles overnight, but rather focus on slow, but steady gains. Don’t let set-backs get you down. Set-backs are part of the road to recovery. .. Good Luck TM. Dr. Ron You can contact Dr. Ron Schlossberg @ 954 2704226, or e-mail

Could this be the final year of the Hallandale Beach Pops Orchestra? It’s time for everyone to step up By Mayor Joy Cooper HALLANDALE BEACH - There is much more than great weather that keeps many of us in South Florida. We are all minutes away from the beach, many parks and shopping. We have great professional sports events also minutes away; Dolphins, Heat, Marlins, Panthers, Strikers, pro tennis, many racing venues. This access is what makes our location top notch. There is one other form of entertainment that we have access to “Arts and Cultural”. We are not New York, but have superb venues for shows opera art and history. Arts and Cultural has always been a passion of mine. During my Florida League of Cities presidency, I made it the theme of my year. “Culture Builds Communities.” Many times people take for granted the value of the arts until they are gone. Theaters and Museums add quality to our communities and quality of life. As the trend moves to bigger venues for mass audiences, many of our smaller venues are struggling to make ends meet and often shut down. This means limited access to concerts and theater. What is worse is we are losing some of our gems. HALLANDALE POPS: THE FINAL CURTAIN? Hallandale has one of those gems. Hallandale Symphonic POPS Orchestra. For 25 years the POPS has brought a winter series of music to our residents. This year they are planning another season, but it could be its last. I am reaching out to the many readers who may not even know we have a POPS and those that think it can continue without the support of patron’s sponsors’ advertisers we need to work to make sure this art form does not fade away. Many people continue to support the POPs. Gulfstream Park has been gracious to host the series at the Sport of Kings. This partnership has helped over the years cut rental costs. The City of Hallandale Beach has continued to provide funding in support of the Arts. The POPs has also received contributions from businesses that advertised in the play bill. Sounds like the right combination, but one thing is missing, you!

For 25 years the POPS has brought a winter series of music to our residents.

MEET PETER FUCHS The POPs wants to grow its audience so they want you to “Meet the Maestro Peter Fuchs” at a free event being hosted by the City of Hallandale Beach. Maestro and a few members of the Orchestra will perform some highlights from the upcoming season Oct. 29 at the Hallandale Beach Community Cultural Center. Wine and Cheese will be served. Come join us and find more about the POPS. PROMOTING YOUR BUSINESS FOR FREE Want to get your business on line for free? Yes free. As a trustee member of the US Conference am happy to announce the kick of a partnership with Google to promote helping our local businesses. The city will be hosting a seminar and training on how you can sign up for a free website. This event will also be hosted at the HB Cultural Center in partnership with HB Chamber on October 18 starting 11 am. For more information check out the city’s website at It is open to all business. As always please call me anytime with your questions, concerns and ideas to make our city a better place at 954-457-1318 office, cell/text 954-632-5700 or email me at

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• New procedure can correct both Distance and Near Vision

Braverman From Page 1A –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Jose, a Miami-Dade transit driver, began to require reading glasses years ago. Then over time, he started to have trouble seeing at a distance as well, and needed either bifocals or two different pairs of glasses. "I was going for a vision test every two years, and the prescription would always change," he recalls. "I was really tired of it." One day, a co-worker told Jose about her daughter, who had had successful Lasik surgery by Dr. Stanley Braverman. Intrigued, he decided to pay a visit to Dr. Braverman at the Braverman Eye Center in Hallandale Beach. "I hoped I'd be able to quit wearing my glasses," he says. As a bus driver driving at night, Jose needs to be able to see clearly, because the safety of his passengers can depend on it. When he's not working, he enjoys going to the firing range, a hobby that also requires keen distance vision. And when he relaxes at the couple's home in Hialeah, he likes to surf the Internet, for which he needs clear close vision. He didn't really expect to be able to have both problems corrected, but he was happily surprised. "Dr. Braverman gave me a complete eye exam," Jose recalls. "Then he told me about the (PresbyLasik) procedure and said I'd be a good candidate." Jose had the painless procedure and since then, he can see clearly both for distance and for reading. He is now one full year out from the procedure. "It's nice not to have to wear glasses anymore," he says. "I enjoy being able to see again." Jose was so pleased with his results that Alma decided to see if she might qualify for PresbyLasik. A month after her husband had the procedure, she, too, visited the Braverman Eye Center. She was doubtful about her candidacy, however, for a couple of reasons. Her prescription was much stronger and more complex than Jose's. "I wore trifocals," she says. "I work a lot at the computer and I was having problems. I couldn't see TV without glasses--everything was a blur -- and I couldn't see signs when I was driving." The other reason Alma wondered whether the procedure could be successful for her: "I'd been told in years past that I wasn't a candidate for Lasik," she says. "I didn't think I'd ever be able to go without glasses." But Jose kept urging her to try again. And at her visit to the Braverman Eye Center, Alma discovered that technology had changed since she last inquired about Laser Vision Correction Surgery. During the consultation, she learned that she was indeed a candidate for PresbyLasik. Alma decided to go ahead. "My husband was so happy with his outcome that he convinced me to have the procedure," she says. Just as it was for Jose, PresbyLasik was successful for Alma. Now she is also one year out from the PresbyLasik procedure. Whether they are at work, out for a drive, watching a movie or walking their dogs (two German shepherds and Australian sheepdog), they do it without the inconvenience of glasses or contacts. "I'm very happy not to have to wear glasses," Alma says. "It took me awhile to figure out I didn't need them anymore. I kept putting my finger on my nose to push them up. I feel very grateful. Both of us have recommended Dr. Braverman to friends." Dr. Braverman started doing the PresbyLasik procedure over two years ago. It was introduced into the United States approximately six years ago, having originally been done using the Allegretto Wavelight femtosecond laser by an Italian Eye Surgeon, Dr. Roberto Pinelli. This is the same Laser that Dr. Braverman uses. Dr. Braverman said “this technique was developed by taking what Eye Surgeons already knew about how Lasik changes the shape of the front of the eye to eliminate glasses, and just modifying the techniques to be able to reduce or eliminate the need for distance glasses, as well as reading glasses." WHAT TO EXPECT WITH Z-LASIK SURGERY All Laser Lasik surgery is performed on a patient’s cornea, which provides most of the focusing power when light enters the eye. Topical anesthetic drops are applied to the eye. The surgeon first uses a special Ziemer LDV femtosecond laser to create a thin layer of corneal tissue that can be folded back (a corneal flap). Then, another type of laser (an Allegretto Eye-Q excimer laser) is used to reshape the underlying cornea, painlessly. After the excimer laser treatment, the corneal flap is repositioned and bonds back into place naturally. The corneal reshaping improves the focusing power of the cornea.

The Braverman Eye Center is located at 1935 East Hallandale Beach Boulevard, Hallandale Beach, Fl. 33009.

Although no one can promise patients “perfect” vision, most Laser Vision Correction patients with mild to moderate prescriptions with or without astigmatism, do achieve 20/20 or better vision. This means that they no longer need glasses or contacts to drive, play most sports, and watch TV. Also, you can participate in careers requiring good unaided vision, such as policemen or firemen need.

As a bus driver, Jose Berrios needs to be able to see clearly, because the safety of his passengers can depend on it. When he's not working, he enjoys going to the firing range, a hobby that also requires keen distance vision. And when he relaxes at the couple's home in Hialeah, he likes to surf the Internet, for which he needs clear close vision.

ABOUT DR. STANLEY BRAVERMAN Dr. Stanley Braverman is a Voluntary Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of Miami School of Medicine and the Anne Bates Leach Eye Hospital/Bascom Palmer Eye Institute. He is also an Adjunct Associate Clinical Professor at the Nova Southeastern School of Optometry. In addition to treating patients, Dr. Braverman, a board-certified ophthalmologist, has been a medical researcher, and is the inventor of several eye surgical instruments, and author of many articles for medical journals. He has lectured at professional meetings about upgraded lens implants and advanced cataract surgery and LASIK, both nationally and internationally. He has been recognized by Newsweek Magazine as one of the Fifteen Leaders in Laser Eye Surgery in 2011, and recently co-authored a book on Z-Lasik that is being distributed internationally. For additional information or an initial consultation, please contact Rosemary Hartford, Refractive Surgery Coordinator at (888) 954-LASIK or by calling the Braverman Eye Center at (954) 458-2112 or (305) 374-8694. Please also visit the Braverman Eye Center website at where you can watch a video of Bladeless All Laser Z-Lasik and learn more about refractive surgery choices, as well as the latest advances in LASIK, cataract surgery and upgraded lens implants. In addition to Dr. Stanley Braverman, a Refractive Cataract and LASIK Laser Vision Correction surgeon, your other sub-specialty eye care needs can also be evaluated and treated. On staff at the Braverman Eye Center are Rashid Taher MD FACS and Tirso Lara MD FACS, Vitreo-Retinal surgeons; David Tenzel MD FACS, Ophthalmic Plastic, Reconstructive and Cosmetic Surgeon; Aarup Kubal MD FACS, Complex Glaucoma Specialist; Jesse Pelletier MD, FACS, Corneal Surgeon; and, Eric Ciliberti MD, NeuroOphthalmologist; Ryan Y. Hargreaves OD and Danielle Benosa OD. All subspecialist surgeons at the Braverman Eye Center are Board Certified Ophthalmologists. The Braverman Eye Center is located at 1935 East Hallandale Beach Boulevard, Hallandale Beach, FL 33009.

Wheeling and Dealing … on the Golf Course! Commerce’s 30th Annual Golf Classic is being held on Friday, December 2th at The Westin Diplomat Resort and Spa. Greg

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fice, but the real deals are made on the course. Here’s more to think about: According to a New York-based study published in the New York Times, 93% of executives said that playing golf with a business associate was “a good way to establish a closer relationship” and more than a third said “some of their biggest deals were made on a golf course.” “Golf and the Business Executive,” a recent

study ordered by Hyatt Hotels & Resorts reports that 93% of the 400+ golfing managers and high-earning salespeople who were surveyed agreed that “golfing with a business associate is a good way to establish a closer relationship” and that 80% found golfing “a good way to make new business contacts.” There’s never been a better excuse to play golf before! The Greater Hollywood Chamber of

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From Page 1A –––––––––––––––––––––– con that certainly shows the history of this community, and what it took to totally renovate this impressive structure. For those who are not aware of the history of this landmark and the family that had been instrumental in the growth of this community. In 1907, Frank Anthony Curci, with his wife Rosina and three small children, settled in Hallandale Beach at SW 5th Avenue and West Dixie Highway. As a pioneer family, they struggled, yet grew prosperous by reinvesting their farming profits into land purchases, which they used for additional tomato fields and fruit

groves. As the family grew to a total of eleven children, so did Curci’s vision as he expanded into the construction business. Mr. Curci spoke five languages and was also an accomplished violinist, displaying his talents with the John Philip Sousa Orchestra during the 1896 grand opening of the Henry Flagler Royal Palm Hotel in Miami. In 1924, the family built their dream

Golf From Page 6A –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Rejuvenation and Wellness. “We are very excited to work with them on this event and are looking forward to a great outing at one of the world’s most sought-after courses,” says chamber executive director Anne Hotte. “The Westin Diplomat has been listed in Conde Nast Traveler as one of the 100 best golf resorts in the world!” We’re proud to announce that AAA Parking is the tournament’s parking sponsor and AutoNation is our Hole-In-One sponsor. This tournament is an excellent opportunity for you to get to know a client or co-worker better while meeting other movers and shakers in the Hollywood community. Serving as a sponsor further serves to promote your business to all who attend and attractive sponsorship opportunities are still available. For details, please call Marie Suarez at 954.923-4000 or visit the chamber’s website at

Everyone who takes the tour – every first Saturday of each month – between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.will be greeted by those who are members of the Hallandale Beach Historic Preservation Board.

home, “Villa Providence,” on their 11acre site. This Mediterranean-style villa was constructed of concrete filled terra-cotta block walls, with Dade pine floors and imported Cuban tile details throughout. The most extraordinary feature was the array of imported Italian color glass that was imbedded in the exterior stucco finish. The Italian glass sparkled in the sunlight and glowed in the moonlight. In 1926, when the Great Hurricane hit, dozens of nearby residents sought shelter with the family as their homes were

damaged or destroyed. The Curci home stood strong, sustaining only minor damage. Frank, Rosina and family lived in the home until the early 1950s. “I had never thought about coming here for the tours before,” said Emilo Gonzalez of Hollywood. “I have read about it, but never took the time to come.” Gonzalez brought his girlfriend to watch the short history of the house on video and then took the tour. He was impressed – to say the least. “Wow, everything is done right to the time

period,” Gonzalez said. “Seeing all the photos on the wall was special as well. We really enjoyed the visit.” Everyone who takes the tour – every first Saturday of each month – between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.- will be greeted by those who are members of the Hallandale Beach Historic Preservation Board. Even though the facility is run and maintained by the City, it’s people like Jim Curci, Dorothy Ross, Commissioner Bill Julian and so many others who have kept the flaming on this property and others that have captured the past of this community. “We are all looking forward to the day that we have all our historic locations open for all to view

and appreciate,” said Commissioner Julian. “There are so many people who have worked hard to make this all a reality.” Curci House Tours are held the first Saturday of the month hours of operation are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 324 SW 2nd Ave., Hallandale Beach. For information about tours or hosting events at the facility, call the Hallandale Parks and Recreation Department at 954-458-8474. PUMPKIN PATCH IS COMING The City of Hallandale Beach Historic Preservation Board’s first annual Curci House Pumpkin Patch on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 18-19 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Everyone is invited for this impressive property to host such a tradition-rich event like having a pumpkin patch. You can purchase pumpkins, take photos and even play in the patch. For information about the event, call the Hallandale Parks and Recreation Department at 954458-8474.

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If you are one of the 72 million Baby Boomers out there this procedure maybe just the solution to looking 10 years younger. Regardless of how much time and energy we put into This unique procedure being fit, we just can’t avoid certain is done without incisions and will lift unlike changes that come with aging. and tighten up the face, neck and surgical face lifts. Ultherapy has been eyebrows. This new method is safe, seen on Dr. Oz, Doctors TV, Rachael affordable and highly effective. Ray, the View and been featured in Vogue and Bazaar. NON-SURGICAL LIFT “ULTHERAPY” COMPLIMENTARY CONSULTATION The Ultherapy device works by means of ultrasound (sound waves) to safely For a complimentary consultation at penetrate the skin and treat the our Plantation or Boca office call today Although we have maintained a foundation layer of muscle and tissue at 954-440-1831. You’ll be glad you healthy lifestyle we are all subject to that holds your face up. The machine did.

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Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida presents the beautiful Pentimento and Firebird Ballets at Broward and Aventura Centers By Eleanor Hannan The Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida, under the direction of Ballet Master Vladimir Issaev, opens its 16th season with Pentimento and Firebird, created by choreographer Vicente Nebrada, which includes excerpts from Johann Sebastian’s Four Suites for Orchestra. The ballet is a bold, abstract work that is based on the art form of a painting called Pentimento. The artist changes his or her mind about the composition of the painting during the process of creating it and changes it again. The ballet applies the same approach to the dance. The concept for the dances use costume changes throughout the performance using masks, flowing fabric and creative lighting to create a mystical effect. On the same evening, back by popular demand, the Arts Ballet Theatre includes Firebird. Stravinsky’s brilliant score that tells the tale of a magical firebird who helps a heroic prince rescue a beautiful princess. With exuberant dancing, magical effects, fantastic costumes and gorgeous backdrops, this magnificent

production will captivate and enchant any audience. Performances of these two outstanding ballets will take place at the Broward Center on October 12th, 2013 at 7 p.m. and October 13th at 3 p.m. Tickets are $25 at the Center’s box office located at 201 Southwest Fifth Avenue, Fort Lauderdale. Call: (954) 4620222. Or: (305) 948-4777 for additional information. The Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida will present this same performance at the Aventura Arts & Cultural Center on October 19th at 7 p.m. and October 20th at 3 p.m. Located at 3385 Northeast 188th Street, Aventura. Admission is $25. Visit on-line at: www.browardcenter.or g. TICKETS NOW ON SALE FOR THE BROWARD FAMILY FUN SERIES PRESENTED IN THE AMATURO THEATRE: Winner of the 2013 "Favorite Live Theatre Experience” begins with an exciting new musical revue based on the beloved children’s book “The Teacher From the Black Lagoon and Other Storybooks.” This chock-full musi-

cal revue features a wide variety of contemporary and classic children’s book favorites. “Teacher From the Black Lagoon,” by Mike Thaler and Jared Lee, follow Hubie’s imagination as he faces his comically horrific fears and discovers his new teacher is pleasantly human after all. “Dogzill,” by Dav Pilkey, tells of the dreaded Dogzilla. When he awakens the residents of Mousopolis run for their lives. Find out if they can get rid of that big stinky dog before it’s too late. “Grumpy Bird,” by Jeremy Tankard is about Bird, who wakes up one morning too grumpy to fly. It takes a bunch of happy-golucky animals to help Bird turn his day around. “I Want My Hat Back,” by Jon Klassen. The Bear’s hat is gone and he wants it back. A deer passes by and asks him a simple question, jogging Bear’s memory causing him to renew his search with more diligence. “Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse,” by Kevin Henkes, refers to Lilly, a girl who loves everything about school, especially her teacher, Mr. Slinger, until he takes away her musical purse. Furious

about losing her purse, Lilly’s anger leads to revenge and then to remorse, ending in her decision to make amends. “Love Splat, Splat the Cat,” by Rob Scotton, begins when Splat obtains a special Valentine for his classmate Kitten, but she doesn't like him. Will Splat’s valentine be able to win Kitten’s paw in the end? Finally, “The Grasshopper and the Ant,” relates to an Ant community focused on work and possessions, who eventually learn from the musical little Grasshopper that feeding the belly and the soul is valuable to both. Don't miss these exciting new musical stories on October 19th, 2013 at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. in the Amaturo Theatre located at 201 Southwest Fifth Avenue, Fort Lauderdale. Tickets are $15 in advance, $17 day of show. $3 charge for lap children less than 1 year. Children will receive a free pre show of arts and crafts, face painting and postshow snacks. Call the box office at: (954) 462-0222 for more information. UPROARIOUS COMEDY “MOON OVER BUFFALO” NOW ON

STAGE AT THE BYRON CARLYLE THEATRE: Playwright Ken Ludwig, has had many hits on Broadway, London and throughout the world. His best known play is “Lend Me a Tenor,” which won two Tony Awards and the Olivier Award nomination for Best Play, produced by Lloyd Webber. This was followed by the musical “Crazy For You,” which won awards for Best Musical. His present play is “Moon Over Buffalo.” A madcap, funny, laugh-out-loud comedy delight. Just imagine a down-at-the-heels theatrical family consisting of George and Charlotte Hay, who are traveling actors, presently performing “Cyrano de Bergerac” and “Private Lives” in a repertory theatre in Buffalo. Charlotte, a wacky fading beauty has grandiose dreams of becoming a Hollywood film star. George, is very satisfied just being a stage actor, who believes live theatre is far superior to film. Now, picture this not so popular theatrical family led by a drunken womanizer married to this determined actress, add to the family, a deaf grandmother trying to get back into

show business and a daughter who has decided to never act again. They arrange to get together one more time for a last chance to become stars, when it is known that Frank Capra needs replacements for the two stars who left his “Private Lives” show. George in a drunken stupor thinks they are performing Cyrano and arrives in full costume. They wind up performing for a TV weatherman, who Charlotte’s hard of hearing mother mistakenly introduces to them as Frank Capra. The result is a disaster. The rest of the play becomes even more and more ridiculously funny. The show will definitely have audiences laughing out loud throughout the play at the Byron Carlyle Theatre, now on stage through November 3rd, 2013. Tickets are $38 at the theatre’s box office located at 500 71st Street, Miami Beach. Performances are Friday & Saturday evenings at 8 p.m. and Sunday matinees at 2 p.m. Call: (305) 3978977. "See You at the Theatre" Contact Eleanor at

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AVENTURA - Celebrate Aventura November 1-3, 2013 with a set of two shows at the Aventura Arts & Cultural Center and the City’s official Founders Day event! Friday, November 1, 2013 8 PM The Hit Men Purchase tickets 877311-7469 or online at Aventura Arts & Cultural Center 3385 NE 188 Street Saturday, November 2, 2013 8 PM The Aventura Comedy Series presents Wil Shriner. Purchase tickets 877311-7469 or online at Aventura Arts & Cultural Center 3385 NE 188 Street Sunday, November 3, 2013 Noon - 5 PM Founders Day: The Greener City of Excellence Miami-Dade County will be on-hand promoting the greener lifestyle; enjoy live performances by the NBC hit show “THE VOICE” finalists Jocelyn Rivera & Michaela Paige; see the Aventura STAR Talent Competition; sample great cuisine from a variety of food trucks; participate in activities; and watch Sunday afternoon football on HDTV’s; and much more! Founders Park 3105 NE 190 Street. Parking for Founders Day will be available at the Harbour Centre on the corner of NE 29 Avenue and NE 188 Street. The Aventura Express will be at the Harbour Centre to take event attendees to and from Founders Park between 11:30 AM & 5:30 PM on Founders Day. For more information, contact the Aventura Community Services Department at 305-466-8930 or visit the City’s website at y.

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Are you a Shutterbug? Give us your best shot for the 2013 Hollywood Photo Contest sion and select the top three photos. The first place winner will come away with a $200 gift card; second and third-place winners will take home $150 and $100 gift cards. The City of Hollywood will also host an exhibition of the top photo con-

The top three winners of the 2012 Photo Contest pose with Mayor Peter Bober next to their winning photos, which were on display at Hollywood City Hall following the contest. Oscar Corbella won first place with his stunning photo capturing the nighttime beauty of the Hollywood Boulevard bridge at the Intracoastal Waterway. Angela Burzo took second place with her photo of sunglasses on the sand, palm trees reflected in the lenses, and the beach in the background capturing Hollywood’s fun-under-the-sun lifestyle. Smith Etienne took third place honors with his beautiful panoramic cell phone snapshot of a gorgeous morning sunrise on the Hollywood Beach Broadwalk.

Have you passed by a scene or been at an event in the City and thought – this is so Hollywood? The City is holding its 2nd annual photo contest and this is your opportunity to explore Hollywood with your camera, showcase your photography skills and win a prize for capturing the most quintessential Hollywood scene. Your photo submissions must highlight aspects of Hollywood that make you pleased to be a resident or stakeholder in the City. Winning photos will be featured in an upcoming edition of New Horizons, the City of Hollywood's official newsletter, and could be showcased on the City’s website and in other publications. Each entry must clearly depict a Holly-

wood, Florida scene, event or landscape! To enter, e-mail your name, address, phone number, e-mail address and high-resolution photo entry (300 dpi or better) to photocontest@hollywoodfl.o rg by 5:00 p.m., Thursday, October 31. The e-mail subject line should say “City of Hollywood Photo Contest.” All photos should be no more than three megabytes (3MB) in size. There is a limit of one photo entry per person. All submissions will be the property of the City. A Photo Contest Release form will be sent to each participant and must be completed and returned to be eligible to take part in the contest. A panel of judges will evaluate each submis-

test entries A Photo Contest Release form must be completed by each participant. For more information and to request a release form, please call the Office of Public Affairs at 954.921.3201.

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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 4580765 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. • The American Institute of Gnostic Anthropology invites you to join us every Sunday from 2pm to 3pm for free lectures that will give you the knowledge that can transform someone internally by direct observation of ones self. 15800 Pines Blvd. Suite 3008 Pembroke Pines, Fl. 33023. 305-978-2407 gnosissusa.aiga@gmail .com - Se habla espanol. • American Legion Unit 92, 211 North 21st Avenue, Hollywood. Ladies Auxiliary has bingo every Thursday 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, Sunday, October 20th 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) 9217532. • VFW POST 2500 814 S DIXIE HWY 33020 Every Tuesday Country Dinner 5-7 p.m. Every Thursday Italian Night 5-7 p.m. Every Friday our Famous Fish Fry 58 pm. Every Sunday, Buffet 1-5pm come watch your favorite team on 10 tvs • City of Hollywood Memorial Senior Partners is located at the Hollywood Beach Culture and Community Center, located at: 1301 South Ocean Drive, Hollywood, Florida 33019 (954) 921-3600: Memorial Senior Partners is currently offering the following classes:

Bellydancing with Sandi, members $7.00 per class, non-members, $7.00 + $5.00 non-member fee to Memorial Senior Partners. Tuesdays at 12 noon in room 110. Hawaiian Hula by Chai: Learn the Hukilau, Tiny Bubbles and traditional story telling with hand movements. Tuesdays from 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. $10.00 per person, per class, Chai Chien, Hula Instructor, for more info, call: (954) 560-9675. • 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. Saturday, Oct. 12 • The Legion of Mary, invites you to the public Rosary Crusade. Please join us in praying for our nation at 12:00 noon, outside Saint Matthew Church located at 542 Blue Heron Dr., Hallandale. The church is located in back of Publix. For more info, call (954) 454-8737. Wednesday, Oct. 16 • The Three IslandsAquarius Cancer Chapter, of the Pap

Corps for Cancer Research, invites all to a fine and casual waterfront luncheon, at the beautiful PEPPERMILL RESTAURANT, at the Arlen House, at N.E. 158th Street, and Collins Avenue, in Sunny Isles Beach at noon. This fabulous lunch includes a salad, choice of three entree, dessert, and beverage. In addition, you will be served a glass of wine, while observing the breathtaking view of Biscayne Bay. Please join us, as we continue to raise funds for cancer research. Donation is only $35 per person, which includes raffle tickets for fantastic prizes. We will also have great entertainment for your pleasure. Call Helen Rifkin, at 954-454-5430, for reservations. • Muslims for Life strives to save lives of people in need of blood. Across our organization’s 71 chapters, in about 50 cities across the nation, our goal is to collect 12,000 units of blood and save 36,000 lives. You can make a difference by donating blood at our upcoming blood drive. 10am3pm Bait-ul-Naseer Mosque, 208 NW 7th Ct. Hallandale Beach, FL 33009 Thursday, Oct. 17 • The Hallandale Beach

Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a Monthly Breakfast Program at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Hollywood Beach. 4001 S Ocean Dr, Hollywood, Fl 33019 from 7:30 am-9:00 am. Friday, Oct. 18 • Curci Historic House Pumpkin Patch Friday Oct. 18 and Saturday Oct 19 from 11 AM to 5 PM Call 954-457-1452. Sunday, Oct. 20 • Music In Miami invites everyone to attend its classical chamber music concert, 6 p.m. at Trinity Cathedral, 464 NE 16th St, Miami, FL 33132. The concert is free and there is free parking behind the cathedral. Bring your family, friends and neighbors to enjoy an hour of beautiful music. Featured will be works by Piazzolla, Schubert, Beethoven and Caliendo. Traditional Classical with a Flare! For more information, call: (954) 309-2424, web-site: • Fit For Pink- Exercise to raise money for Breast Cancer research, education, and treatment. Spinning, Yoga, Body forging and Zumba at Olympia Gym, 20035 Biscayne Blvd. Aventura, Fl. from 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. Great raffle prizes. Everyone is welcome, with a $5

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Tamoxifen therapy as liquid or pill helps keep breast cancer in remission (BPT) - Julie Megee, a 41-year-old mother of two, was diagnosed with estrogen receptor-positive breast cancer earlier this year. Following a lumpectomy and radiation therapy, she discussed her long-term treatment plan with her oncologist to keep her in remission. Like many patients diagnosed with breast cancer, Julie was prescribed tamoxifen citrate, a drug used to block the effects of estrogen, which can cause cancer cells to grow. When Julie’s oncologist told her she would need to remain on tamoxifen for at least five years, her dislike of pills led her to discussing other options with her doctor. “I have always had difficulty taking any type of tablet medication, so I asked

my oncologist if there was an alternative to the tamoxifen pill because I couldn’t imagine taking a tablet every day for at least five years,” she said. As a result, she was prescribed Soltamox® (tamoxifen citrate), the only oral liquid form of tamoxifen available. Soltamox® is the same medication as tamoxifen with the same approved uses, but it’s an oral liquid solution rather than a pill. With Soltamox®, Julie is now able to continue taking her medication each day, giving her the confidence to know she is doing everything she can to reduce the risk of her breast cancer returning. Julie owns and operates Perceptions Hair Studio in Norton, Mass.,

AMA Designates Obesity as a Disease

(BPT) - Obesity levels continue to increase at alarming rates. Approximately one third of American adults are affected by obesity and another one third are affected by overweight. Despite the fact that roughly 45 million Americans diet each year, the prevalence of obesity in this country has more than doubled among adults in the last 30 years. Without successful intervention, it’s estimated that half of the U.S. adult population could be impacted by obesity by 2030, presenting major consequences to our nation’s health. Losing weight and maintaining it is a longterm commitment. Here’s some advice to help you with your weight loss. • Every step counts – walk a few laps around the office instead of sitting at your desk all day. • Eat in – home-cooked meals may be healthier than most restaurant meal choices in the U.S. • Talk to your doctor to identify a weight loss plan that fits your lifestyle. • Consider your options – diet, exercise and prescription weight loss medications may help. To help combat this, the American Medical Association (AMA), recently voted to adopt policy recognizing obesity as a disease, requiring a range of medical interventions to advance treatment and prevention. “Changing the way we label obesity from a major public health problem to a chronic disease may help encourage more proactive discussions b between physicians and patients,” says Holly Lofton, M.D., Director of the Medical Weight Management Program at New York University Langone Medical Center. “Patients struggling with obesity, who are motivated to lose weight but have been unsuccessful with diet and exercise alone, should discuss a range of medical interventions with their physician including prescription weight loss medications, to help them lose weight and maintain it.” Individuals living with obesity should not feel alone or overwhelmed when trying to lose weight. Modest weight loss, such as 5 to 10 percent of your total body weight, is associated with improvements in blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar levels. For more information on how to talk with your healthcare provider about losing weight, visit This article was sponsored by Eisai who has no control over the content of this website.

and leads a busy life as a small business owner while raising her two teenage children. With Soltamox®, taking her daily dose is easy, and since it is the same low monthly cost ($10) as generic tamoxifen tablets, it is well within her family’s budget. While breast cancer treatment guidelines recommended tamoxifen be prescribed for up to five years to help prevent the recurrence of breast cancer for patients like Julie, there is new evidence to support additional benefit by extending treatment beyond this period for certain patients. “These studies now provide proof beyond reasonable doubt that continuing tamoxifen beyond five years reduces recurrence and death from breast cancer. The full survival benefits of extended treatment do not emerge until after the 10 years of treatment, so it is critical for patients to adhere to their treatment plan,” said Richard G. Gray, MA, MSc, professor of medical statistics at the University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom, and lead author of the aTTom trial. Based upon the latest evidence, the US-based National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN), a leading authority for breast cancer treatment, recently updated their treatment guidelines to support the long term benefits of tamoxifen. Tamoxifen is also effective in reducing the risk of breast cancer in women who are at high risk for the disease, including those who have a strong family history of breast cancer and other risk factors. The decision to extend tamoxifen therapy should be discussed between a patient and her physician, weighing the

cancer reoccurrence. After the shock of being diagnosed with breast cancer, Julie believes it is important every woman be offered the choice of a liquid or a pill to maintain her health.

absolute benefit of tamoxifen therapy against the feasibility of a ten year regime, and its attendant side effects. Tamoxifen was first approved for use in the United States in 1977, and became widely used following studies published in 1998 definitively showing tamoxifen saved lives in early breast cancer. Despite strong clinical evidence of the benefits of tamoxifen therapy, studies show between 30 and 70 percent of patients fail to complete their prescribed course of treatment, thereby diminishing its benefits in reducing the risk of breast cancer recurrence. Patients often cite side effects as reasons for not completing the prescribed course of tamoxifen therapy, although other factors can also play a role. While adhering to a tamoxifen treatment regimen of five years or more may not be easy for some women, giving women who prefer or need a liquid instead of a pill may help improve long term compliance and the risk of breast

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION Serious and life-threatening events associated with tamoxifen medications such as Soltamox® (tamoxifen citrate) in the risk reduction setting (women at high risk for cancer and women with DCIS) include uterine ma-

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Outside the pill bottle: 5 simple, drug-free ways to reduce lower back pain • Dealing with chronic pain in your back, arms or legs can be frustrating and costly (BPT) - Pain is the single leading cause of disability worldwide and one of the main reasons Americans miss work. For example, 31 million Americans experience low-back pain at any given time, according to the American Chiropractic Association, with experts estimating that as many as 80 percent of Americans will experience a back problem at some point in their lives. Meaning it is quite possible you may have symptoms right now. Dealing with chronic pain in your back, arms or legs can be frustrating and costly. The aches and tenderness can cause you to stop doing the things you love most like playing with your children and participating in your favorite activities, like

gardening or golfing, or even doing regular exercise. "Some people accept lower back pain as a way of life, but it doesn't have to be that way," says Brian Elsemore, who has practiced as a registered physical therapist for a decade in Florida and New England. "There are simple things that everyone can do to

treat their pain without resorting to drugs or surgery." Here are five drugfree steps Elsemore recommends to reduce the pain: EXERCISE DAILY A body in motion tends to stay in motion, according to Isaac Newton's laws of motion. This notion applies to the human

Dispelling 5 common myths about depression

(BPT) - There are more than 19 million adults in the United States living with depression and many more people could be suffering but are unaware that what they are feeling is depression, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. This common and treatable illness affects people from all walks of life and can significantly interfere with a person's behavior, physical health and interaction with others. The more you know about depression, the more likely you are to be able to help yourself or help others. While great strides have been made in recent years to educate the public about depression and reduce stigma surrounding mental illness, many myths still remain about the condition. * Myth - Depression is a character flaw. Depression is not a personal weakness and it should be viewed as any other medical condition. People who are depressed are often unable to function as they had in the past and struggle to accomplish everyday tasks. This is not because they are lazy or being dramatic, it is because depression is a serious health issue that should be recognized and treated as early as possible. Both young people and adults who are depressed need professional treatment. * Myth - Only certain types of people have depression. Depression affects all ages, races and genders. Sometimes people believe that only certain types of people can be depressed. Even people who seem to have everything including a good job and healthy relationships can have depression. While statistics show that some groups, like older adults, are more likely to suffer from depression, anyone can struggle with the illness. It can run in families, but anyone, even those without a family history, can be depressed. * Myth - Depression causes people to be violent. People who are depressed are no more likely to be violent or commit crimes than members of the general population. Although some people with depression do experience feelings of anger and sometimes have outbursts, the vast majority of people who have depression never harm anyone. * Myth - Depression is not a big deal. If left untreated, depression can lead to extreme changes in your mood, thoughts, behaviors and bodily functions, and for some people suicidal thoughts. Almost everyone who dies by suicide has given some clue or warning. Do not ignore suicide threats. Statements like "You'll be sorry when I'm dead," or "I can't see any way out" - no matter how casually or jokingly said - may indicate serious suicidal feelings. * Myth - Depression will go away on its own. Positive thinking is not enough to cure depression. Some people who have mild depression can make lifestyle changes which can help alleviate symptoms of depression, but many others need to seek treatment to get better. A mental health professional can help them learn more positive ways to think about themselves, change behaviors, cope with problems, or handle relationships. A clinician can prescribe medications to help relieve the symptoms of depression. For many people, a combination of psychotherapy and medication is beneficial. Early detection is extremely important because 80 percent of people who receive some form of treatment for depression can learn to manage the condition and live a fulfilling life. * Fact - Help is available. If you think you or someone you know might be struggling with depression, you are encouraged to visit and take an online mental health screening. Online screenings are free, anonymous and available 24/7. Although the screenings are not diagnostic, they do provide valuable insight helping to identify if you are exhibiting symptoms associated with depression and connecting you with appropriate treatment resources.

body and back health as well, so fight the urge to sit or lay for lengthy periods. Exercises that maintain the natural spinal curve and help strengthen the core (abdominals, back and pelvic area) to support the spine are key to eliminating back pain naturally. Even if your back is hurting, increasing blood flow and stretching can help provide relief. BLOCK THE PAIN SIGNALS Technology called Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) has been used for decades by health professionals to safely block nerve pain in patients. Now, this clinically proven, drug-free technology is available without a prescription in an affordable, portable device called Rapid Relief Electronic Pain Relief Pad from HoMedics. Simply apply where it hurts and the discreet pad that easily fits under clothing emits a controlled micro-electronic current through the skin to block the nerves from transmitting pain signals to the body's pain center. The result is fast, effective relief for aches and pains without drugs, creams or messy applications. The device, available in versions calibrated for the lower back as well as the arms/legs, offers 15 levels of adjustable intensity and includes one standard lithium battery, one set of selfadhesive, replaceable

gels and a travel storage case. At $29.99, Rapid Relief is one of the lowest cost-peruse topical pain relief options sold without a prescription at CVS, Walgreens, Walmart and Learn more at STAND, SIT AND LIFT SMART Being aware of how you use your back throughout the day is important to reducing lower back pain. When standing, particularly for long periods of time, maintain a neutral pelvic position. Be aware of your posture, keeping the back straight when standing and sitting. Stand up or walk around at least once an hour if you're job requires long periods of sitting. Hunching and poor posture eventually cause soreness. When lifting whether a load at work or your child at home let your legs do the work, according to Additional lifting recommendations include bending only at the knees, holding the load close to your body and avoiding lifting and twisting simultaneously. EVALUATE SHOES It's common knowledge that fashionable high heels are terrible for back health, but it's not only stylish shoes that can cause extreme pain. Ill-fitting shoes without proper support can shift a person's center of gravity, causing him or her to walk

out of alignment and put undue pressure on the back. To relieve back pain, only wear supportive shoes that fit well. Keep in mind, shoes should never require a "breaking in" period; if they fit correctly, they should be comfortable right away according to the American Podiatric Medical Association. SLEEP WELL Sleep is important for overall well-being, allowing the body to recover from daily activities. Inadequate sleep and back pain go hand-in-hand, quickly creating a vicious cycle. To get a good night's sleep and encourage pain relief, it's wise to take a few steps before lights out. Start by placing a pillow under your knees if you sleep on your back or between your knees if you're a side sleeper - this helps reduce stress on the spine. For a firmer, more supportive mattress, place wood supports between the mattress and base, or place the mattress directly on the ground. If back pain still persists, it may be time to go shopping for a new mattress. "Lower back pain is so prevalent in our society, but drug-free relief is an option for many people," notes Elsemore. "From proper exercise and sleep to relieving pain using innovations like Rapid Relief, a few simple steps can dramatically improve quality of life."

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Women’s Cancer Event and 2nd Annual Fire-N-Dezire Stiletto Walk for Breast Cancer to be held Oct. 19 • The annual event is held each October as part of the City’s observance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month Women from throughout South Florida are encouraged to attend the City of Hallandale Beach’s 8th Annual Women’s Cancer Event and the 2nd Annual Fire-N-Dezire Stiletto Walk for Breast Cancer, Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Austin Hepburn Center, 750 NW 8th Avenue. The walk begins at 8:30 a.m. , and the free Cancer event is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The annual event is held each October as part of the City’s observance of Breast

Cancer Awareness Month. The Women’s Cancer Event will include cancer screenings and educational seminars, hosted by several area cancer physicians. Early cancer detection can be a life saver. Breast cancer has a 99% survival rate if caught in the early stages. The event includes educational seminars and speakers including Gynecological Workshop, hosted by Dr. Maria Ciccia, Memorial Cancer Institute; • Breast Cancer Health

Education, hosted by Dr. Carmen Calfa, Memorial Healthcare Systems; • Radiation Therapy, hosted by Dr. Harry Moyses, Mt. Sinai Hospital; • Dr. Frank Cirisano, Aventura Women Cancer Center; • Dr. Robert Donoway, Donoway Center for Cancer Treatment and Prevention; • Pamela Burnett, The Beautiful Gate Cancer Support Group • Enhance Fitness, Debra Cartwright, YMCA; and Health and

Unbeaten Hallandale (6-0) moves to No. 7 in 6A state football poll Off to one of its best starts in school history, Hallandale High's football team moved to a perfect 60 on the season with a convincing 64-0 win against Archbishop McCarthy. The victory put the Chargers at No. 7 in this week's Florida State High School Football Poll. Coach Dameon Jones and the Chargers are the highest scoring team in the state of Florida, averaging 53 points per out. Led by sophomore quarterback Tyler Huntley, this highpowered offense features a number of very young prospects who are gaining valuable experience. On defense, LSU-bound enior defensive back John Battle IV, Hallandale will look to stay

unbeaten with a key district game at home this Friday night at 7 against Riviera Beach Suncoast.

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A new, healthy spin on the classic tortilla (ARA) - Many people opt for whole wheat bread as a healthier option than the white version. But for meals that go beyond a standard sandwich, whole wheat tortillas can serve as a versatile ingredient that's more nutritious than white flour tortillas. Whole wheat tortillas typically contain fewer calories, less fat and more fiber than traditional white flour versions, while also offering vital nutrients like antioxidants and B vitamins. Many restaurants, including Qdoba Mexican Grill, have incorporated them into their menu, and it's easy for you to do the same when preparing foods at home. One of the biggest attractions of tortillas is their versatility, particularly for busy nights when a quick, fresh meal is a necessity. The same tortilla that you would use for a homemade quesadilla can also be used as a pizza crust or dessert crepe. With a little imagination, you can use whole wheat tortillas to create tasty and unexpected dishes that the whole family

will love. * Tortilla pizzas. Think of tortillas as an already-prepared pizza crust that just needs a touch of your creativity. Top whole wheat tortillas with sauce, vegetables and pre-cooked meats for a healthful taste treat. Or, turn it into a dessert by adding fruit, which can take on even bolder flavors when grilled. * Crepes. Making the traditional French creation can be a real challenge, particularly if you don't have the right tools. Instead, use tortillas to make sweet and savory crepes when the mood strikes. Spiced apple filling is ideal for those with a sweet tooth, but hamand-cheese or vegetable-and-cheese versions can make great lunches and dinners. Having easy, nutritious options for dinner, lunch and beyond is the saving grace of many pantries. Keeping a stock of tortillas, particularly nutrient-rich whole wheat varieties, makes it easy to prepare creative, delicious dinners that please all kinds of palates. Try

wrap and save leftovers or make additional pizzas. WHOLE WHEAT TORTILLA APPLE CREPES 6 - 8 8-inch whole wheat tortillas 1 can apple pie filling 4 large eggs 1/2 cup low-fat milk 1 teaspoon vanilla 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg 1 tablespoon powdered sugar for garnish 1. Whisk eggs, milk, vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg thoroughly in a bowl large enough to dip tortillas. 2. Heat non-stick skillet on medium-high. 3. Dip one tortilla in the French toast batter, coating thoroughly on both sides. 4. Place the tortilla in the heated skillet and cook to a golden brown on both sides. 5. Wrap tortillas in tin foil and place in a warm oven until all tortillas have been battered and cooked. 6. Fill finished crepe with apple pie filling. 7. Dust with powdered sugar and serve.

One of the biggest attractions of tortillas is their versatility, particularly for busy nights when a quick, fresh meal is a necessity. The same tortilla that you would use for a homemade quesadilla can also be used as a pizza crust or dessert crepe.

these recipes from Qdoba's head chef Ted Stoner for a fresh, flavorful take on tortillas. For more information about Qdoba, visit

1 ounce BBQ sauce 3 ounces partial skim mozzarella cheese 1/2 ounce mild green chiles, diced (fresh or frozen preferred) 5-6 sprigs fresh cilantro chopped

CRISPY WHOLE WHEAT TORTILLA BBQ CHICKEN PIZZA 1 8-inch whole wheat tortilla per pizza 1 Rotisserie chicken*, skin and bones removed, shredded in bite size pieces 1/2 ounce red onion, diced

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