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Carlos Simmons made a huge impact in Hallandale Beach

Carlos Simmons was one of those men who was a leader. Someone who everyone looked up to and admired for his tireless efforts to upgrade his community, making it a better place to live. Over the past 2 years, Carlos Simmons fought a battle with cancer. One that the Sun Times talked with him about in a column, tracing his fight against this disease that would ultimately take him from all of us way too soon - at 65. Carlos Simmons never once asked "why him" or complained about his disease. He fought it, while still helping others. That was what made him one Hallandale Beach Mayor Joy Cooper of a kind. with Carlos Simmons at this year’s Even at this year's HalRelay For Life event. landale Beach Relay For Life event, he and Mayor Joy Cooper did their part to help others who also saw their lives change because of cancer. "Carlos was really a special person," said former Vice Mayor Bill Julian. "He rolled up his sleeves and wanted to help any way possible. No matter what it was. That is truly someone you never forgot." Carlos Simmons was a champion of all that is good and honorable about Hallandale Beach. He never looked for the bad in people, making sure that his approach and outlook were positive. Carlos Simmons passed away Tuesday, September 13, 2011. He is survived by his loving wife Mary; daughter; Vivica Simmons; son, Carlos II; mother, Elisa Simmons and granddaughter; Brieyona Simmons.



Local businesses are doing their part to attract customers

Itʼs late September, and while itʼs certainly not time to start talking about the tourist season, there are a number of positive signs that this could be a much better year locally. With a few more months left in the hurricane season, our eyes are always focused on what the weather could do to change things - dramatically. But instead of dwelling and waiting for something negative to happen this summer, there are a number of locals who have made the most of the hot June, July and August.

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With the Jewish Holidays upon us, it gives many an indication that the tourists will start to make their way down south for the winter, taking in some of the finest

weather and atmosphere on this earth. As I have driven around our many communities throughout the past three months, checking in on what businesses and cities have done to stay upbeat and creative during the tough months. Katie Harris is a waitress on Hollywood Beach. She also doubles as a singer for a group that will start getting appearance dates concrete in the winter. For Harris, 34, a single mother of a 13year-old, working has –––––––––––––––––––– BLUSTEIN, Page 3A


You know you need to take care of your oral health for your teethʼs sake, but did you know its also for your heart, your brain - and your whole body? Research shows that if you have an infection in your mouth, it can increase your risk for cardiovascular disease, diabetes, Alzheimerʼs disease and even pregnancy complications. For years, healthcare professionals suspected there was a link between oral infections and some medical conditions, but they thought this was because bacteria from the mouth made its way to other parts of the body. But now studies are showing that the inflammation found in periodontal, or gum, disease may play a more specific role in causing or

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From Page 1A ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– never been an option. She realizes that if she isnʼt bringing in money, itʼs not just on her. She has a son to worry about as well. “Hell, jobs of any kind are hard to come by these days,” Harris said. “But I was raised that if you sit home and wait for a job, youʼll be there a long time. I have to work. I have no options, and if it means waiting tables and standing on my feet for 6-7 hours at a time, I am your woman.” While Harris has continued to find jobs that puts food on the table and pays some bills, area businesses have also had to be creative. Local restaurants and sports bars have enticed customers with endless food and drink specials. Itʼs not an option. Something different has to be done. Gulfstream Park and Casino and Mardi Gras Racing & Gaming may be located in Hallandale Beach, but the regional reach these facilities have keeps the promotion department extremely busy. Add in Dania Jai Alai, and you have destinations that are very popular. All entertainment destinations have used promotions to get through these lean months when there is no live racing. FOOD TRUCK HEAVEN This Saturday, Sept. 24. Gulfstream Park will be host to the Food Truck Derby. From 5-11 p.m. at the Tiki Hut, dig into a variety of mouth-watering, chef-prepared dishes from 20 gourmet food trucks. In addition, there will be exciting giveaways and a Live DJ. Beverages and cocktails are available for purchase at a full bar. 790AM "The Ticket" Radio will broadcast live , featuring the "Ticket Chicks" and other fun surprises. Everyone who attends this popular event will get one free entry into the Round The World Giveaway! If you missed the first one held a few months back, this is a must. After the University of Miami football game at Sun Life Stadium this Saturday, head over to Gulfstream Park for 20 food trucks along with music and a back-drop of Gulfstream - with its gaming, restaurants and shopping. Thank you to so many who continue to write, e-mail, friend us on FACEBOOK (Sun Times Newspaper) and follow us on Twitter@sfsuntimes. Without you, the readers, and our loyal advertisers, there would be no community newspaper!

Grapes for Grades Helps University of Florida Student Attend College

HOLLYWOOD – Join the Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce for the ultimate grape experience served with a side dish of Hollywood – Grapes for Grades. The fundraising event, now in its 9th year, will take place on Friday, September 23rd from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the Hollywood Beach Marriott (2501 N. Ocean Drive in Hollywood). A portion of the proceeds from Grapes benefit the Hollywood Florida Scholarship Foundation (HFSF), a 501(c)3 organization which provides college scholarships to deserving high school seniors from local Hollywood high schools. “I am so thankful that the Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce and the Hollywood Florida Scholarship Foundation [through Grapes for Grades] were able to recognize and reward my persistent efforts to improve myself and other students through academics and extracurricular activities,” says University of Florida student Trevor Daycock. “This really means the world to me because I am now able to keep my first year of school loan-free,” Daycock adds. In the past eight years, Grapes for Grades has raised over $196,000 dollars for the foundation and has funded approximately 225 students just like Trevor. This upscale evening includes wine tasting, gourmet food, live jazz music, a silent auction and a multi-prize drawing for either a luxurious Panama Canal cruise, Caribbean cruise or a two-night

stay at the Ritz-Carlton in Naples, FL!. The evening will culminate with the announcement of the winner of a multi-prize drawing of either a 16day Panama Canal cruise for two or a 12night Caribbean cruise for two or a two-night stay at the Ritz Carlton in Naples, FL!

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City Manager Mark Antonio upset over ʻunprofessionalʼ audit in Hallandale Beach

HALLANDALE BEACH - The special audit requested by the City Commission a year ago is almost complete. It was highly unusual that the City Commission was copied on a draft of the city audit before City Manager Antonio had an opportunity to review it and make comments. Usually audit work product documents are not made public record until management has had an opportunity to provide a management letter. To say the least, City Manager Antonio was very upset at the lack of professionalism and the inadequate audit that was performed by the company. This dissatisfaction was made quite clear by Mr. Antonio within an hour and half of receipt of a copy of the draft. He immediately addressed many of the deficits found in the documentation. He also confirmed that they had suggested they were going to charge our city an additional $60,000 to finish the document. This obviously was totally unacceptable. City Manager Antonio was confident that with a

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little extra work the audit would be complete by November. He also affirmed with the City Commissionʼs agreement to object to any overcharges. This week City Manager Antonio confirmed that the audit was progressing and will be complete by November. On an even brighter note, the audit has become somewhat of a vindication for past attacks on City Manager Mike Good and this City Commission. There are no findings in the audit when it comes to contracts being signed by the City Manager. There were also no findings in developer agreements. Our readers may recall that prior to the last election a few of our residents had pressed the City Com-

mission to perform this special audit. There were four main areas of focus: contracts, development agreements, land purchases and loans. Both the improvement loans and land purchases are part of our Community Redevelopment Agency. I, for one, fully supported the audit of our Community Redevelopment Agency. These types of internal audits are very important management tools to learn where improvements can be made. With the growth in our community and increased complexities in the operations of our $100 million budget I have been willing to continue to push for the hiring of an internal auditor by the City Commission as an added tool for the City Commission for oversight. Over the past 5 years there had been three different CRA Directors. Dent MacGough, who retired after many years of service in the city and two other directors that were let go due to various reasons including lax organization and record keep–––––––––––––––––––– COOPER, Page 5A

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ing. Since the inception of the CRA it had only been audited once by the state with no findings. There was one comment for not collecting a check from the hospital district at year end. It was however collected the month after year end. This audit covered over 1000 loan transactions which are still being reviewed. Currently the city is acting like a bank when it comes to the loan management. The CRA provides business incentive loans, affordable housing loans and neighborhood improvement loans. These payments

are set up after closing and are billed and paid according to contract terms. With the turnover in CRA and management, weaknesses in the department will obviously occur. To date, the City Manager has shared with the City Commission that he and the new CRA Director have been evaluating whether or not to keep the loan banking component in house. The second area with land purchases is also in the process of being completed. This part of the audit found weaknesses when it came to internal record-keeping. Staff is still uncovering many documents that were not initially found and should have been part of a major file kept within the CRA offices.

COMMUNITY CALENDAR If you would like to submit an announcement for our Community Calendar in the paper – or online, where you are guaranteed placement weekly, please send it to: Larry Blustein, Community Calendar Editor, 305 N.W. 10th Terrace, Hallandale Beach, Florida 33009; Fax: 954 458-0765 or via e-mail to: For a complete listing of all Community Calendar items, please check our website at: Also follow us on Twitter @sfsuntimes. Sept. 23 • Join Hallandale Beach Area Chamber of Commerce members for Breakfast at Brio Restaurant in the Village at Gulfstream Park, 600 Silks Run from 7:30-9 a.m. Mark Antonio, Hallandale City Manager will be the guest speaker. This is a great opportunity to meet and network with City officials and Chamber Members. Fee: Members: $15.00, Future Members: $20.00. For further information and reservations please call Rosemary or Patricia at 954454-0541 or email Patricia at

It has been a breath of fresh air to have a high caliber CRA Director in Dr. Alvin Jackson. He has been on board for over six months and has already taken major steps to reorganize and fill staffing needs. The CRA department was moved to the second floor during summer break. He and his staff have been diligently working on a rewrite of our CRA plan and are focusing on our strategic economic development plans. Last Wednesday we conducted the first public hearing to adopt the 2011-2012 tax rate and fiscal budget. There were some changes to the budget which required budget notes. The first was the addition of a $30,000 capital improvement project to complete sidewalks on Diplomat Parkway to connect to Atlantic Shores Boulevard. Currently the sidewalk ends on the approach to the single family homes. Staff was directed to contact the single family homeowners along the area with a design utilizing the least amount of city right of way to create a safe walkway to Atlantic Shores and

Three Islands. It was discussed during the meeting that one of the main priorities and goals of our residents is to have sidewalks and bikeways to access all our amenities throughout our city. Sidewalks sometimes become controversial due to the fact residents are impacted from the construction. There is also a misconception that residential front yards are owned by the residents when in fact it is cityʼs right-of-way. City Commission discussed looking at various designs that will fit within our built out community. We will also remain sensitive to any impacts placement and construction has to existing properties. Another budget note entailed 3,800 to increase a community partnership grant to the Holocaust Documentation Center. The amended amount brought the grant to last yearʼs level of 5000. The original request of 5,000 was reduced since it did not provide for the center to conduct a “Day of Awareness” at the High School. Since the budget workshop the city received a confirma-

tion that they could conduct this educational component again in partnership with HHS. One major issue that came up and will be focused on at a workshop on September 26 immediately before six o'clock budget hearings is the operation of the Three Islands Safe Neighborhood District. It was brought to our attention that a letter which Staff was directed to mail out to each property owner in the area was not mailed. Reverse 911 calls were made to inform residents of the changes and the letters were posted in condominium lobby areas and mailrooms. Due to this Staff mix up, I requested that we conduct a workshop before the next meeting to keep all the residents informed as to staffing changes in the in the Safe Neighborhood District. The City Commission will also be reviewing the Three Islands budget which has a large reserve; it is almost double the operating budget. It should be noted that the districts are self insured. Another budget note during our workshop was a result of our pension unfunded liability.

This amount is over 1.073 million and had to be posted after receiving a letter from the actuary after their evaluation of the pension plans. Every year there is an audit performed on what the city's annual contribution must be. These contributions take into account investment losses and gains. Losses are spread out over a five year period. The city is still recovering from the largest losses in 2008 that were up to 13.0 million in total in the current volatile markets. We are extremely fortunate that we are able to once again access our rainy day fund to offset these liabilities. Once again, next year this will be the main issue to watch. The next and final budget hearing for the 2011 - 2012 fiscal year will be conducted on September 26 at 6:05 PM at City Hall Chamber. Please feel free to contact me at anytime with your questions and concerns. I can be reached at 954-457-1318, cell/text 954-6325700 or e-mail me at

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From Page 1A –––––––––––––––––––– • Heart disease. Researchers have found that long term periodontitis, an infection of the gums, can lead to coronary heart disease or atherogenesis, a condition in which plaque forms in your arteries. In fact, people with gum disease are nearly twice at risk for heart disease. • Stroke. If you are missing some or all of your teeth, or have lost significant amounts of bone and tissue around your teeth, you may be at an increased risk of stroke. There is evidence that severe periodontitis is also a risk for developing atherosclerotic plaques, which can cause strokes and heart attacks. • Athersclerosis, also called “hardening of the arteries,” devel-

ops when deposits of facts and other substances in your blood begin to sick to the sides of your arteries. These deposits, called plaque, can build up, narrow your arteries, clogging them like a plugged-up drain. If these plaques ever block the blood flow completely, you could have a heart attack or stroke, depending on the location of the blockage. (Note: Not all plaque is alike. The plaques in your arteries have nothing to do with the dental plaque your dental hygienist scrapes off your teeth. Dental plaque is sticky residue of bacteria, acid, and food particles that can irritate your gums and eat away at tooth enamel.) • Kidney disease. Poor oral health also seems to be linked to chronic kidney disease, which affects

blood pressure and bone health, and can lead to kidney failure and heart disease. Periodontologists have found that toothless adults may be more likely to develop chronic kidney disease. • Mental health problems. Itʼs common knowledge that stress and anxiety can impact your health. But research has now shown, a strong relationship between gum disease and many mental health problems, including stress, depression, distress, anxiety and loneliness. All of these conditions can cause your body to produce more of the hormone corti-

Orchestra Miami celebrates fifth anniversary at Aventura Arts & Cultural Center

AVENTURA – Orchestra Miamiʼs Fifth Anniversary Celebration presents an intimate evening of chamber music on Tuesday, October 4 at 8 p.m. at the Aventura Arts & Cultural Center as part of the center's Arts Access Program. The program begins with Ravel's lush and sensuous "Introduction and Allegro for Harp, Flute, Clarinet and String Quartet," followed by "Piano Trio in B Major, Op. 76 for Piano, Violin and Cello” by Joaquin Turina and Schubert's "Trout" quintet for piano, violin, viola cello and double bass. Orchestra Miami strives to make concert-going convenient and affordable while creating innovative programming, providing educational excellence and celebrating Miamiʼs diverse cultural heritage. The Orchestra consists of 40 permanent South Florida residents who perform under the baton of Elaine Rinaldi, Orchestra Miamiʼs founder and artistic director. The concert is part of the Aventura Arts & Cultural Centerʼs Arts Access Program, which provides technical and marketing support to local community groups enabling them to develop and build their audiences. Tickets are $20 and $30. Tickets, group discounts and scheduling information for all performances are available through the Aventura Arts & Cultural Center's box office at 954-462-0222 or online at

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Afternoon delight in a food market

In addition to preparing delicious foods daily, Jacob’s Classic Market is revving up for the Jewish High Holy Days. Customers are already requesting catering menus, and Chef Isaac suggests placing your orders early.

By Marylynne Newmark Sun Times Iʼm usually called upon to drop in on restaurants, sample foods, and write an opinion. I love doing it and hearing from readers as to whether they agree or not. Imagine my surprise when the South Florida Sun Times asked me to drop in on Jacobʼs Classic Market in Hallandaleʼs Gulfstream Village. A market?!!! I soon learned that Jacobʼs was far more than a market. This visionary food emporium is an epicurean delight with homemade wonderments and exotic foods from Europe and the Mideast not found elsewhere in South Florida. First of all, the shop sparkles with cleanliness and order. The enticing fresh fruit and vegetable bins are creatively filled like multi-colored works of art. Thereʼs not a blemish to be seen. Healthy eating is everywhere. Packaged nuts and dried fruit greet you at the door. A wagon of olive choices invites you to fill container samples to share with those at home. Large refrigerated open bins are stocked with fresh soups and packaged ready-togo foods prepared fresh daily in Jacobʼs Glatt Kosher kitchens by Chef Isaac. Or, you can choose from a selection of beautifully displayed steaming hot entrees or cool crisp salads ready to eat in the storeʼs family-style sit-down corner or in a shady spot just north of the entrance. Chef Isaac advised me that aside from his daily schedule, creating the pans of great ready-made food for immediate takeout, Jacobʼs has a special crew ready to cater Kosher weddings, bar mitzvahs, brisses and shivahs . “One of our most

memorable parties was for CNNʼs Wolf Blitzer,” said Resnick. “He was visiting South Florida and heard about us. We were flattered and did a great job for him. We still hear from him, and have shipped some of his favorite foods to him while he was on assignment.” Resnick is quick to add that Isaacʼs department is equally pleased to cater small dinners and family events, and can make great recommendations to fit every budget. This month, Jacobʼs Classic Market is revving up for the Jewish High Holy Days. Customers are already requesting catering menus, and

Chef Isaac suggests placing your orders early. So, what did I order on my Jacobʼs adventure? I circled center stage several times. with choices so vast and inviting. Well, since I am a fish and veggie lover, I settled on the Salmon Bruschetta, added a veggie couscous and freshly chopped Israeli salad. As they say in Miami, “Que rico!” Absolutely delilcioso! Or, shifting to Tel Aviv, “Tov mʼOd!! Of course my meal could not end there. My nose brought me to the on-premises bakery with its array of freshly-baked breads, cakes, cookies, bobkas, chocolate-filled cigars and

dark chocolate covered nuts. Chocoholic that I am, the nuts won out. While standing there, I took mental note of the freshly baked pizza sold by the pie or by the slice. Uhoh….that veggie pizza was flirting with me. Oh, well, next time. General manager David Resnick joined me. This a man with a reputation of his own as food manager and wine aficianado for kosher restaurants and markets during the past forty years. “We worked very hard to make Jacobʼs Classic Market Number One in its field,” he says. “We have a multi-talented team of dedicated people who made this happen, and customers who love us almost as much as we love them.” Every product at Jacobʼs Classic Market, whether fresh or packaged, is Glatt Kosher and tightly scrutinized by a mashgiach (a rabbi who guarantees that everything is according to kashruth (strict kosher dietary law).

You never know who will stop by Jacob’s Classic Market to do some shopping. CNN’s Wolf Blitzer was visiting the area and heard about the great food.

So, can you go to a higher authority? Jacobʼs Classic Market is very visible from Biscayne Boulevard, at the south side of Gulfstream Village, right on the Dade/ Broward county line on Biscayne Boulevard/

Federal Highway. Drive by, but better yet, go in. More than a market, Jacobʼs is a great place to grab a bite, shop, and bring home some afternoon delight. Surprise your family. Theyʼll love you for it!

Looking for that perfect bottle of wine for the holidays - or any other occasion, Jacob’s Classic Market has some of the finest labels around.

For further information, you can check the store’s website at or call the store at 954-456-2099 for pre-holiday hours.

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Direct from Broadway to the Broward Center the next best thing to the Beatles comes the tribute band ʻRainʼ


For more than two decades, RAIN has distinguished itself by focusing on details, reaching their ultimate goal of delivering a note-for-note performance. All their music is without a doubt the most musically, impeccably correct, re-creators of the Beatles music cover band on the scene today, performed live, with no pre-recorded tapes. Rain musicians have worked hard for many years, studying each song and each note, to duplicate the exact sound of the Beatles. Rain performs the full range of The Beatles, live on stage, including the most complex and challenging songs the Beatles recorded in their studio, but never performed for an audience. Together, much longer than the Beatles, Rain has mastered every gesture and showmanship as the legendary Beatles, themselves. From the earliest hits to the later classics as "I Want To Hold Your Hand," "Hard Days Night," "Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band," "Let It Be," "Come Together," " Hey Jude" and much more, this tribute will take you back to a time "When All You Needed Was Love" and "A Little Help From Your Friends." If you really want to know what the Beatles were like,

this is the band to see and hear. Beatlemania veterans RAIN, bring their Beatles tribute band, duplicating the experience of seeing The Beatles, live on stage, to the Broward Center, from October 4 to 16, 2011. Tickets are $25.25 to $69.25 at the box office located at 201 Southwest Fifth Avenue, Fort Lauderdale. For various showtimes and information, call: (954) 462-0222. ADRIENNE ARSHT CENTER PRESENTS ONE INSANELY FUNNY SHOW THE MIAMI PREMIERE OF "STUFFED AND UNSTRUNG": The Arsht Center is thrilled to showcase, for the first time in Miami, a madcap comedy show, for adults only, with the comedic brilliance and superb ingenuity of the Jim Henson Company, to be per-

Beatlemania veterans RAIN, bring their Beatles tribute band, duplicating the experience of seeing The Beatles, live on stage, to the Broward Center, from October 4 to 16.

formed in the Ziff Ballet Opera House. Stuffed and Unstrung is a completely revamped production that offers audiences a unique (almost R rated) glimpse into the magic of puppetry from the masters themselves, while entertaining with intelligent humor. With cofounder Patrick Bristow as host, the show is a multimedia romp in which a team of six expert puppeteers operate 80 puppets throughout the performance, whipping up a storm of comedic nonsense, which is unpredictable, unruly and provocative. This production with live musical accompaniment, has a wonderful and inventive

cast, never performing the same show twice. It is a one-of-a-kind stage comedy show completely improvised with a twist. "Stuffed and Unstrung" opens at the Arsht Center on October 9, 2011, for one night only, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $35 and $45 at the box office, located at 1300 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami. Tickets may now be purchased by calling: (305) 949-6722 or on-line at: Contains mature themes. Not suitable for children. ONE OF THE MOST CELEBRATED LEGENDARY GROUPS DURAN DURAN &

THEIR "ALL YOU NEED IS NOW" TOUR LIVE AT SEMINOLE HARD ROCK: Formed in Birmingham, England in 1978, Duran Duran's early style became the soul music of their youth and the vibrant New York underground music scene of the 1970s, lead by groups known as: The New York Dolls and Velvet Underground, the iconic pop music of David Bowie and bands such as: Roxy Music. Since then, Duran Duran has continuously turned out multi-platinum charttoppers such as "Hungry Like the Wolf," "Rio" and "Save a Prayer." Their "View to Kill," was the only James Bond theme

tune to make it to number one, an accomplishment still remembered today. Other smash hits include the track from Notorious, "Ordinary World" and "Come Undone." The album that was released in March 2011, celebrated the thirtieth anniversary of the band's first release "Planet Earth," with 5 additional tracks, "Mediterranea," "Other Peoples Lives," "Too Bad," "You're Too beautiful," "Diamond in the Mind" and "Return to Now." The album reached the UK chart at #11 and Billboard chart at #29. The most celebrated albums of the band's three-decade career, "All You Need Is Now," hit number one on the ITunes Albums Charts in 15 countries before the release this year. Music video pioneers Duran Duran and special guest Neon Trees will take center stage at the Seminole Hard Rock Live on October 11, 2011, at 8 p.m. Tickets range from $54 to $124 at the box office located on State Road (US 441) in Hollywood. For information call: (954) 327-ROCK Or: 1 (800) 937-0010. Parking is always free. "See You at the Theatre" Contact Eleanor at

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At the age of 82, Holocaust survivor Israel ʻIzzyʼ Wolman gets to realize a dream of a lifetime

BAR MITZVAH FOR THE AGES Israel "Izzy" Wolman was born in Lodz in 1929. His father was a successful businessman who closed his business early on Friday to prepare for shabbos. Three weeks after the Germans entered Lodz the Jews were required to wear the infamous star. Some Jews who didn't appear to be Jews who didn't wear it but got caught were hung on light poles, left

there until the birds feasted on them. Izzy saw it every day at age 10. He watched the Gestapo take his father on Friday nights to beat him so he would tell them where his money was. He came back one Friday night with most of his teeth knocked out. The next time not before putting his hand on Izzy's head and blessing him he didn't come back. Izzy had a brother three

HISTORICALLY SPEAKING Being reappointed to the Broward County Historical Commission is an honor

Hello everyone, First, I would like to announce that along with the Broward County Commission, (Kriston Jacobs), has reappointed me to the Broward County Historical Commission. I have served the commission for seven years, and I took a break this year. We have so much preservation work to do in Hallandale, and through out Broward County, the Board asked me to return, and I am honored to be a part of the team. Our Hallandale Historical Preservation Board has been very busy the past few month's. I have a report of some current projects we are working on. The Curci House (1925), is open to tours on the first Saturday and Sunday of the month, from 11 am to 4 pm, and it's a free admission. Call for more information, (954) 457-1409. You now can view the new DVD video, of the Curci House and the generations of the family, on the big screen TV. The new Hallandale History Book is on sale for $25.00, and the DVD may be purchased for $10, or both for $30. Broward's oldest schoolhouse (1910), restoration is going full speed, and notice of opening should be in December. It will be done exactly as it was in 1910, with half of the building as a school room, and the other, a museum of Hallandale Historical displays. Now I would like to announce a new Historical project I'm working on that you all can participate in. I wanted to do something to honor our Veterans past and present. Currently I have been gathering photos, and documents of my Father, George Julian Jr. and Mayor Joy Cooper's Father, Peter Ventura who both fought in WW 2. My dad was a Combat Glider Pilot, and O.S.S. Commando, highly decorated. Peter Ventura was a Radio Operator, and Waste Gunner on a B-24, also highly decorated. Both of these men went to hell and back, and their stories need to be documented, and honored. But in our city we have many Veterans that should also be honored for their sacrifice, that have passed on or are currently alive. I am trying to get this display ready for viewing on Veteran's Day in November to be placed in the lobby of the Cultural Center. This will include our service men and women who have served in all wars, past and present. So, I am asking our residents to take part in this effort. You may call me at (954) 274-7230, or E-mail, BECJULI@AOL.COM .

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Izzy Wolman, 82 year old Holocaust survivor from Lodz, putting on Tefillin for the first time in his life, with Rabbi Yossy Biston, director of Chabad of North Broward and South Palm Beach.

years his senior who looked after him every step of the way. When the Germans created the ghetto in Lodz each apartment was terribly overcrowded.In the ghetto along with other atrocities he saw babies thrown fro windows and Izzy worked to live for three years until the boxcars came to bring him to "safety". A train

that was so full that no one could fall for 21/2 days. Many didn't survive but Izzy lived to reach "safety"...Auschwitz. No, a bar-mitzvah was not to be had. What went on in Auschwitz we all know about but Izzy was still strong enough to work. After eight months he was sent to Hanover to repair train tracks. He

saw a potato but as he picked it up a rifle shot aimed at him and missed but the guard rifle butted him that caused heavy bleeding. The guard offered Izzy a visit to the infirmary but Izzy told him that he'd rather work. After five years of being a Jew in the center of the Holocaust Izzy knew there were no infirmaries for Jews. That wound eventually healed but the scar is very noticeable and 70 years later Izzy has no problem showing it to people. According to Izzy his father's blessing saved him, made him a successful businessman and watches

him every day. Liberated with his brother by the Americans Izzy was 75 lbs. Bedridden for months with his brother nearby he witnessed what still haunts him today-his brother's body succumbed to the torture-3 months after being liberated. Last Saturday, at the young age of 82, decades after so much violence, Izzy was Bar Mitzvahed at the Young Israel of Hollywood- Ft Lauderdale. Congratulations to Izzy and his family members for doing something he could not do 70 years ago.

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Victory Center for Autism & Behavioral Challenges students sing The National Anthem at Florida Marlins game

MIAMI GARDENS - The Marlins v. Mets game Wednesday night may not have had a large crowd but there was one group there whose excitement and pride seemed to fill the stadium. They were the family and staff of The Victory Center for autism and behavioral challenges. Wearing purple or royal blue uniform shirts, with the distinctive moon and stars logo, they were cheering well before the game began, giving encouragement to Spencer, Daniel, Evan and Ariana, who stood proudly on the field to sing the National Anthem. The Victory Center, also known as TVC Academy, provides a unique blend of individualized education and social interaction to children aged 3 to 21 with a wide range of challenges, from aspergers syndrome to severe autism. Younger children receive intense (Pictured left to right are Ms. Stephanie, therapy with a 1:1 student teacher ratio. Older stuSpencer, Daniel, Ariana, Evan and dents have a 2:1 student teacher ratio and are Mr. Yosh) placed in either The Victory Academy, where they work towards a high school diploma, or the Victory Vocational program, where they receive job training. For the four very special singers out there on the field The Victory Center is a place where they are both accepted and challenged. As the four Victory Academy students sang our nation's song their smiles were reflected in the tears of joy of their parents and teachers. With an opening like that the game itself becomes almost irrelevant!

Blessing of the Animals

Sunday, October 9 - 3 PM – 4 PM. Humane Society of Broward County – East Lawn, 2070 Griffin Road, Fort Lauderdale. All pet parents are invited to bring their special furry friend for a Blessing of the Animals, in recognition of the Feast of St. Francis, the patron saint of animals. The Franciscan Friars of The Parish of Sts. Francis & Clare will perform the Blessing. Pets of all kinds are welcome, but please be sure to have your pet in a secure carrier or on a leash. No need to RSVP, but for more information call 954-731-8173 or 954-266-6822. Craig Farquhar President Cecile Fory-Hiles Vice-President Larry Blustein Editor Ron Calandra Advertising Executive Catherine Hiles Classified Manager Carole Sannasardo Graphic Design Frederic Hiles Graphic Design

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Feeling lonely? Try something new in your life

Probably the number one complaint I hear from clients who suffer from depression is their tremendous feeling of loneliness. Here in South Florida, there are many people who are up-rooted from their original neighborhoods, leaving behind family and friends, and finding it difficult to cultivate new relationships. Many are also widowed or divorced, and long to have a new intimate partner….. So whatʼs the best thing to do?.... Bars do not appeal for many, and some people are too shy for their own good… Well, why not give something new a try…, like computer dating. I know what some of you are thinking… “Iʼm too old for this.., or the people on these services must be losers, or psychopaths...But the truth of the matter is that computer dating can work for singles of any age, and well, you can meet a psychopath just about anywhere. I personally know many people who have had

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What Makes a Successful Diet Plan?

(NewsUSA) - A lowcalorie diet consisting solely of grapefruit, cabbage soup or weightloss milkshakes will most likely cause you to lose weight, if strictly followed. But is it healthy? Not a chance. Almost any diet plan will work for a while, yet up to 95 percent of dieters who lose weight fail to keep that weight off after just one year. According to Dr. Mike Moreno, author of the NY Times bestselling book "The 17 Day Diet," the two biggest obstacles that cause diets to fail are boredom and plateau. That's because most mainstream diets are too complex or restrictive, making it nearly impossible to stick with them for a long period of time. Instead, Moreno emphasizes that weight loss that results in even the smallest changes in body composition can pay off with life-changing benefits. He encourages participants to measure their success, not just in pounds, but also by looking at the overall health benefits to in-

Moreno's "The 17 Day Diet" helps you lose weight with a cycled eating plan that alters the amounts of carbohydrates, proteins and fats you eat every few days. "We call it metabolic, or body, confusion," Moreno explains. Divided across four

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THREE ISLANDS Completely furnished 2 story, 2 Bedroom Townhouse to share. Free cable. Available November 1st. (954) 895-0866

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FORT LAUDERDALE Gault Ocean Drive Beautiful 1/1 condo on the beach. Totally remodeled & furniished with top of the line everything. Washer & Dryer. Flat screen TV’s. Beachfront Realty Lili Rubin: (305) 244-4003


GARDEN COTTAGE Furn. or unfurn. Close stores, beach, Hallandale, tree views from every window. $700 mo. +utilities. (954) 458-1700 Lv. Mess. if no answer, will call right back

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HALLANDALE 2/2 renovated, new kitchen cabinets, near Winn Dixie & park. $900 month. Also for sale $59K. (305) 944-4618


HALLANDALE BEACH Chelsea Bayview 2 Bedroom 2 Bath, great location, tile floors, includes cable, yearly rental. (305) 450-5352

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HALLANDALE BEACH Quiet, gated location. Beautifully furnished. 2 Bed 2 Ba. & lovely 1 Bed 1 Bath. 55+. No pets. Annual lease. (201) 247-3537 HALLANDALE Large 1 Bedroom. No Pets. MONTE CARLO APARTMENTS 400 NE 1st Street (305) 931-4638

HALLANDALE Large garden apartment, unfurnished, cable included, no pets or children. $675 per month. 1st & last month +security. Available now. Call: (954) 456-8043

HALLANDALE Lge. 1/1 furn. Excel. condition 55+, $900 mo. yrly lease. Walk Gulfstream & shops. 1 mile to Beach! (305) 978-6892

HEMISPHERES ON Beautiful 1 Br/1.5 Ba. completely furnished, central air, all amenities, yearly rental. Owner: (954) 457-9460 SEASON RENTALS Across the Ocean to Hollywood Diplomat Hotel. 2 Br/2 Ba hi-fl, luxury furnished, beautiful Ocean, Intracoastal & water view,covered pkg. Owner: (954) 665-1933 (954) 926-3554

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HALLANDALE Large, East of US-1 4/3Villa/Duplex, brand newkit,2100s.f. clean & painted, ask $1900. Preferred Properties Larry Langsbard:


WINSTON TOWERS On-Site Resale Office Tower “700” 2/2, split $259K. Tower “500” 2/2, corner, $240ʼs. Tower “400” 2/2, corner, $230ʼs. Tower “300” 2/2, corner, $250ʼs. Tower “200” 1/1.5, $150ʼs. Tower “100” 2/2, low $200ʼs. Winston Towers Realty

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ONE-OF-A-KIND! 1 Bedroom. Direct Ocean. Unique Space. All Renov., Fully Tiled, Tenant Occupied Or Not, Your Choice. 9’ Ceilings, Low Monthly Maintenance, $185,000. 3/2.5, SE Corner, Direct Ocean View! $599,000.


NEW LISTING! 2/2 Lower Penthouse, oceanfront, panoramic Ocean & Intracoastal views. $259,000

* QUADOMAIN GRENOBLE * PANORAMIC PENTHOUSE! 1/1.5 Best vista ever!! Owner says, ‘Good Buy’& make this your custom home. $149,000

ON THE OCEAN - MOVE RIGHT IN! 1 Br. 1 Ba. $89,900.



G INbeach, SEE IT ALL from 17th flr, #1 Bldg. 1/1 $159K NDthe PEon CHOICE 2/2 Convertible w/sweeping oversized balcony. A/C+Hot water included in maint. $199,000 MAKE THIS YOUR NEW HOME 2/2 Convertible, eat-in kitchen, lots of extras, views. $249,000 SEE IT ALL from 15th fl overlooking Ocean & Golden Beach 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath plus den totally remodeled, including new windows. Owner financing $479,000 #1 BLDG. ON BEACH 2 Bedrooms PENDIN2G Bathrooms, totally remodeled, move-in condition $239,000 SHINE All The Time! 1 Bedroom 1 Bath plus Intracoastal views, priced at $159,900 RAISE THE ROOF & have the most spectacular Penthouse on the Beach! Southeast 2/2 Oceanfront corner, balconies with Ocean & South Beach views from every room, $549K NEW! Studio with sleep alcove, tiled throughout, wonderful Ocean view, $114,500 * HILLCREST * SPARKLING BEAUTY! 2 Bed Convertible, 2 Baths Open Kitchen, Newly Renovated. Great Golf Course View! $105K!!!

BEST LOCATION! 1/1 Oversized, E. Facing Balc., Low Floor, $$$ Price For Ocean View, Across The Street. $116,500

* GOLDEN VIEW * DIRECT OCEAN VIEW SHORT SALE across Golden Beach, Ocean views, super location 1/1. Mo. maint. $216. $90,000

* HEMISPHERES BAY NORTH * EAST & WEST FOREVER VIEWS! Resort-style living, great opportunity to live like a tourist on your own. A/C & hot water included in maintenance. $159,000.

* HEMISPHERES BAY SOUTH * 2/2 High Floor, Panoramic Ocean & Intra Views, Totally Remodeled, Maint. Incl. A/C, Hot Water & Cable, $249,000.


WALK THE WALK! 1/1, Pool View. Most Desirable Location. Walk To Everything. Renter In Place. $66,000

* HALLMARK * NEW LISTING! Best 2 Br. 2 Ba. Low Floor. 1,650 sf of Beauty To “Do Your Own Thing!” Great Deal! $225,000

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I LIVE AT HILLCREST & LOVE IT ... YOU WILL TOO! All Age Building - 2/2 corner, L 1600 D sq. ft. Window in eat-in SOSteal kitchen, low floor, golf view. this at $79,900.

(954) 404-7394 or (954) 296-0225 In our Office every Desk has an Ocean view! We are located at 3505 S. Ocean Dr., Hollywood, FL 33019

3/3.5 Condo Huge 2000 sf, move-in condition. Completely renovated, ground floor on golf course, new furniture. Low maint. - $410 month. Drastically Reduced To $135,900!! 2/2 1300 sf, high floor, 55+, golf view. Asking $68,900. 2/2 Lanai, 1300 sq. ft. ground floor, 55+ building, $60,000 in upgrades. Steal this at $99,900. 2/2 Venetian Park T.H., 3 Islands, D Hallandale Beach, 2-story, L 1800 sq. ft. Asking $235KSO





THE BEST DEAL SPECIALISTS! FROM THE BEACH TO THE MAINLAND WE HAVE IT ALL!! HALLANDALE - THE BEACH CLUB FOR RENT Spectacular view corner unit 2/2 tastefully furn, high floor. Asking $4,500 per month for the Season. THE BEACH CLUB Large 1/1 Spectacular Ocean View! Luxury Building. Asking $370,000!! THE HEMISPHERES Large 1/1.5 Totally Upgraded. Beautiful Ocean View. Truly A Gem!! Only $279,000!! HOLLYWOOD - QUADOMAIN Amazing Ocean View! 2/2 Upgraded. Full Service Building. Asking $325,000!! SUNNY ISLES - AVILA NORTH Handyman Special!! Not a forclosure, not a short sale, SOLD just the best deal 1 block from the Ocean!! Asking an incredibly low $75,900!! OCEAN VIEW Totally renovated 1/1 with spectacular views. Ready to move into! Asking $199,900! PINNACLE Luxury At Its Best! Lg 2/2.5 spectacular Ocean & Intra views! Every amenity you could want! Only $750,000 AVENTURA - MYSTIC POINTE Beautifully renovated hi floor, 2/2.5 with amazing Ocean & Intracoastal views. Asking only $349,900! NORTH MAIMI BEACH Sunshores of Eastern Shores: Large 2/1.5, great water view. Location Can’t Be Beat! Asking only SOLD $59,900 Short Sale!! Exclusive Royal Realty


POINT EAST - S414 2/2 Corner Wrap. Gorgeous Water View. Spacious apt. Tile Floors. 55+ Gated Waterfront Complex in Aventura, $137,900 POINT EAST - E201 Corner Unit 1/1 Lanai. Great Water View from Larger Screened Terrace, 10 Minutes from Aventura Mall. Near Major Restaurants. Exercise Room, Courtesy Bus. $78,900. POINT EAST L102 - 1 Bedroom 1.5 Bath. Spacious Apt. near Clubhouse, Office & Pool. Lots of Amenities including Exercise Room, Movies, Pool Room w/6 Tables, Bingo. $59,500. POINT EAST D608 - FOR RENT. 1 Bedroom Convertible, 2 Bedroom is Used As a Den & has Large Closet. Updated Opened Kitchen & Updated Bath. Tile Floors. $1,000 per month. nd


CALL: Mike Rosen Great price @ $369,000 OBO. Cell: (954) 854-7828 ALSO AVAILABLE - MANY 2/2’s and more 3/3’s. GOLDEN REALTY GROUP D LD New Listing! Great 2/2 + S Den Corner Unit, OL O S 1444 sf, 5th Floor, WD/Carpet Floors, Hurricane Shutters. Needs TLC. ONLY $299,000 OBO. Great Unit 2/2 + Den Or 3rd Br., 1447 sf, 7th Floor, Totally Renov. With Granite. NOW @ $289,000 OBO. AVENTURA / MYSTIC POINTE TOWER 300 - 3/3 Great Bay View, Newer Kit., Great For Investor! Renter Pays $1900 Mo. $369,000 OBO New Listing! 2/2, WD, Fl /Carpet. Great Shape, Nice View Of Bay, 7th Floor, (For Investors Only.) $274,900 OBO New Listing! 2/2 corner wrap, super wide view on lake. Totally upgraded. Tenant in place paying $2,000 mo. rent. Good for investor. Low floor. A Must See!!


1/1.5, 11th Floor. Best Views In Building of Intracoastal & Ocean. Upgraded with Open Kitchen + Hurricane Shutters. Was Priced At $179,900. NOW - REDUCED TO $164,900!


New Listing! 2/2, Completely Redone, All Tiled. Turnkey, Low Maintenance. Must Sell! Reduced To $119,000 Make Offer! New Listing! 1/1.5, All Tiled. Super Unit. $74,900 LE $74,900!! OBO LE SAOnly New Listing! 1/1.5, Great Cond., Tile Thru-Out. G SA IN G IN ND PE ND PE HOLLYWOOD - HILLCREST 1/1.5 - No Age Restrictions, 1st Floor, Super Price. Low Maintenance. REDUCED TO $69,000! NOW $49,000!! MAYFAIR APTS 2/2 $59,900 All Age Unit. Great Buy! YOUR HOME MAY BE WORTH MORE THAN YOU THINK!

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THE SUMMIT Luxurious Living on Hollywood Beach... NEW LISTINGS! 1/1.5 South Exposure, High Floor Fully Upgraded Including New Kitchen. Great Buy At $259,000 !! 2/2 Fully Upgraded, High Floor, South Exposure.

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2978 Aventura Blvd. Aventura, FL 33180 OUR CONDOS AZURE LAKE CONDO


3 Bed/2 Ba......$189,000

3 Bed/3.5 Ba............$420,000 1 Bed/2 Ba...............$1000 GREYKNOLL ESTATES BISCAYA IV


3 Bed/2 Ba............$399,000 2 Bed/2 Ba...............$1200 CORONADO 1 Bed/1 Ba..........$65,000 OAK HAMMOCK HARBORSIDE 5 Bed/4.5 Ba............$789,000 1 Bed1.5 Ba.............$1100 2 Bed/2 Ba..........$479,000 HARBORSIDE TURTLE RUN HARBOURWOOD VILLAS 2 Bed/2 Ba...............$2500 3 Bed/2 Ba.......$299,000 4 Bed/2.5 Ba............$329,900 LAKE WORTH REDUCED!!!!! HEMISPHERES 2 Bed/1 Ba.................$950 3 Bed/2.5 Ba. . . .$309,000 BISCAYNE COVE LANDMARK 2 Bed/2 Ba...............$3200 MALAGA TOWERS CLIPPER 2 Bed/2 Ba. . ......$400,000 MEADOWBROOK 3 Bed/2.5 Ba............$252,999 1 Bed/1 Ba.................$875 NORTH LAKE VILLAGE THE MOORS 2 Bed/2 Ba..........$69,900 HEMISPHERES OCEANIA III 3 Bed/2.5 Ba............$2100 3 Bed/2 Ba...............$2300 2 Bed/2 Ba........$499,000 4000 ISLAND BLVD. EMERALD HILLS 2 Bed/2 Ba...............$2000 50 BISCAYNE 3 Bed/2 Ba.....$974,900 4 Bed/2 Ba............$330,000 BISCAYNE COVE TRUMP TOWERS II VILLAS AT HARBOR TOWER 3 Bed/3 Ba.....$1,150,000 2 Bed/2 Ba..........$239,000



3 Bed/2 Ba................$1600



1 Bed/1 Ba............$799

2 Bed/2.5 Ba............$1400 BONAVIDA

2 Bed/2 Ba................$1500


2 Bed/2 Ba............$1250

3 Bed/2 Ba....................$1900

1 Bed/1.5 Ba.......$105,000

FAIRVIEW 2 Bed/2 Ba............$95,000

4000 ISLAND BLVD. 2 Bed/2 Ba..........$219,000

MARINA COVE 4 Bed/3.5 Ba......$399,000



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AVENTURA/MYSTIC POINTE BLDG. 500 Great unit, 29th fl 2/2 all remodeled. Ocean D OLLD SO S view, hundreds of thousands in upgrades.



3 Bed/2.5 Ba. . . . .$399,000







By Owner: 305-944-1880

* NEW LISTING * HEMISPHERES OS 100% PROFESSIONALLY REMODELED! 2/2 Panoramic Ocean & Intra Views, Maint. Incl. A/C, Hot Water, Cable & Much More! $309K


Open 7 Days

Furnished or Unfurnished Gorgeous, Spacious Condo, 5 Closets, With New Large Ceramic Tile & Eat-In Kitchen. Impact Sliding Doors To Large Patio From Bedroom & Living Rooms. Unit Is Located Near Elevator. No Pets. $1400 Month. Available November 1

*(Total) maintenance included.

NEW!! THIS IS NOT YOUR MOTHER’S CONDO! Totally remodeled, wood floors throughout. 2/2 new kitchen, new bathrooms, an absolute MUST See! $199,000

, INC.

...Five Minutes from Bal Harbour

Restaurant, Library, Whirlpool, Large Swimming Pool, Tennis, Exercise Room, Gym & Sauna, Valet, Covered Parking And 24 Hour Security.


ED views! 2/2, $2500 mo. CATANIA #1405, Spectacular RENTOcean CATANIA #2206, Intracoastal view! ED $1800 month. RENT1/1.5, BRITANNIA #1806,1 Br. 1.5 Ba. All new! $2,000 month. BRITANNIA #1806,2 Br. 2 Ba. Oceanfront! $2,450 month. * OLYMPUS 2500 BLDG. *




* SEASONAL RENTALS * PARKER DORADO #822, 1 Br. 1 Ba., $2,000 month. PARKER DORADO #1708, 2 Br. 2 Ba., $2,900 month. PARKER DORADO #819, 2 Br. 2 Ba. Convertible, $2,000 mo. PARKER DORADO #1506, 2 Br. 2 Ba. Convertible, $2,500 mo. HEMISPHERES O.S. #MK,1/1, $1,600 month. D SUMMIT #2506 2/2, panoramic views, $2,800 mo. RENTEocean/Intra

NEW! Large Corner 2 Br. 2 Ba. Low Floor. $239,000

4 Plex, located in Sunrise, 2800 sq. ft. total $145,000. WOW! All units occupied! Total turnkey investment!!

Lydia Sweatt


HALLMARK 2 Br. 2 Ba. Furnished or unfurn. $1,300 month. PARKER DORADO #1620 2 Br. Conv, 2 Ba. Fur./Unf. $1,500 mo. PARKER DORADO #104 Ocean view 2/2, A/C hot water, cable included in rent!!! $1,400 SUMMIT #2506 2/2, panoramic DING views, $1,950 mo. PENocean/Intra OLYMPUS 2500 #1911 1/1.5, $1,400 mo. SUNRISE FOURPLEX 2 Br. 1 Ba. $699 mo.

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2 Brand New Listings! - Single Family Homes - Northeast Hallandale 2/2, Screened In Pool, Carport, Den, Florida Room, 1016 NE 4th St., $189,000. FULL DAYS! 3/3 + Den, Could Easily HaveSOLD An In-Law StudioPRICE + In-LawIN 1/1 7 + 2/1 House. 906 NE 5th St. $159,900. Oceanview -2/2 - 10th Floor Corner, 100% Remodeled, Water View, Rentals Ok, $175,000 IN away. 14 DAYS Coastal VII - 1/1.5 near pool, all ages.SOLD Rent right furnished, clean, walk to the Ocean, $78,600 Coastal Garden - 1/1 near pool, 55+, clean. Rent after 1 year, pool view. 630 Layne Blvd. $44,900. Paradise By The Sea - 2/2, 3rd flr corner, turn-key, SOLDwater view. All ages. Rent right away, $109,000 Martinique - 1/1, 8th flr, ceramic tile, newer cabinets, Public Beach, 1893 S. Ocean Dr., $95,000 SOLD IN 10faces DAYS Fairways Co-Op - Hallandale - Large balcony/Diplomat Golf Course View/ 55+/NE 14th Ave. SOLD 17 DAYS 1) 1/1.5 Bldg 400 - 3rd floor, ceramic, all newIN kitchen & bathrooms, turn-key, great view, $89,000 2) 1/1.5 Bldg 300 - 5th floor, ceramic thru-out, modern furnished & style, awesome view, $99,000 SOLD 3) 1/1.5 Bldg 300 - 4th floor, ceramic well furnished, great view, turnkey, remodeled bath, $94,900 4) 2/2 Bldg 400 - 2nd floor, clean condo, updated kitchen & baths, new applis, cov pkg, $79,900 5) 2/2 Bldg 500 - Short Sale, 2nd floor, corner, ceramic, newer cabinets & appliances, $68,000 6) 2/2 Bldg 200 - 2nd flr, upgraded, very clean, well furnished, ceramic, cov. parking, $130,000 SOLD 7) 2/2 Bldg 300 - Ceramic, 2nd floor, corner, remodeled, new kitchen & bathrooms, $129,900 SOLD Designer decor, furn, cov park, $180,000 8) 2/2 Bldg 700 - Top flr cor, JEWEL 100 REMODELED! 9) 2/2 Bldg 600 - 4th flr corner, Pergo, totally renovated. Awesome view! 100% new! $134,000 FULL PRICE IN 6sale. DAYS! Meadowbrook - 401 NE 14th Avenue, #102, $69,900. SOLD 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, clean, Estate % – – 954-458-0635 – South Florida Sun-Times /Thursday, September 22, 2011 Page 5C


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BEVERLY HILLS CONDO 2/2, storm shutters, furnished. 55 years or older, $59,900. United Realty Group Call Karen Leger:



EASTERN SHORES 1 Bedroom 1.5 Bath, 55+ asking only $64,900 on water. Winston Towers Realty



HILLCREST/HOLLYWOOD Lovely view of garden and pool, 1/1.5 new carpet, air, 55+ condo. Reduced to $34,900.Will finance.



HOLLYWOOD Classic oceanfront view/unit in full service building, 2/2, 2180 sq. ft., less than $200 s/foot on the beach! Beachfront Realty Mercedes Henze


OCEANVIEW PK $149K Intra & Ocn views. Hi-fl, 1+den, 1.5 Ba. Plaza Towers - $148K 2/2, across beach, transp. Bchfrnt RE


“MJ” Mullarkey Beach Cities Real Estate Sales Specialist Serving South Florida Since 1990 Sunshine Realty

I’ve Just “Done It”..... Again !!! HILLCREST

... More Hollywood Beach Condos! “I’ve heard rumors of a recession, but I REFUSE to participate!”

MJ Mullarkey, Beach Cities Sales Specialist, Since 1990

Just a few of the Most RECENT Sales LISTED & MARKETED BY “MJ” Trafalgar Twrs Stratford Twrs Trafalgar Tws Stratford Twrs Hyde Park Trafalgar Tws

Unit #1001 Unit #402 Unit #1604 Unit #805 Unit #502 Unit #707

Since 1990, (In “Good” or in “Bad” markets!)

Properties I List & Market: $ E L L!!! When You are $eriou$ About Selling, I will gladly meet with you - without Any Obligation - & share the Reasons Why MY LISTINGS $ell - Even in these Economic Times.

AVANT GARDE Spacious 2/2 + Den corner wrap. Short Sale $150,000. Make Offer! Smaller 2/2’s & One Bedroom Convertibles w/ 2 full baths. Great complex across from Ocean, 15 mins. from Ft. Laud. Airport, 10 mins. to Avenutra Mall.

2/2 Great golf views, LE Adult community. G SA N I D PENSALE $60,000 SHORT

FOURPLEX HALLANDALE East of US-1. Double Lot/OK to build additional units. Ideal for Owner/Operator, $349,900.


MOTEL/HOLLYWOOD Spacious 2/2 with With 2/1 Single family home that can be owner-occupied, or rented for additional income. 7 Units + house $590,000.

HEMISPHERES Oceanfront Bldg. Spacious 2/2 cor. unit, Intracoastal views. Complex has it all. Marina, restaurants. Call for Appointment.

water views. Cov. prkng. Needs work. $115K. Nice complex opposite the Diplomat Golf & Counry Club. Convenient to Beaches, Shopping & Airport.

HLWD. SINGLE FAMILY HOME 2/2. Waterfront. Needs

TLC, $165,000.

DESOTO PARK NORTH Beautiful 1 Bedroom Convertible with 1.5 Bath. Set up as 2 Bedrooms, completely ALE upgraded with Sthe ING of D highest quality N PE workmanship. New Appliances. Great Value $125K. Easy To Show ..

PARKER PLAZA Direct Ocean Views 1/1.5, completely upgraded, $399,000.

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FOR SALE - Imperial Towers 1/1.5, 5th Floor, Also RENT $900 $115K FIRM! 1/1,10th Floor, Awesome Views, Completely G A Must G G Upgraded & Furn. S/SN & Granite Kitchen. N N IN DI D D N EN E P P PE $135,900 See Unit!!••••••••••••••••••••••• 1/1.5, 3rd Fl awesome view fully furn• • • • $134,900 1/1.5, 4th Fl For RENT• • • • • • • • • • • $875.00 mo.



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Shady Ridge (Huge Home) 4 Bedroom, 4 Bath plus Office & Playroom

NOW PRICED AT $699,999 ($200,000 PRICE REDUCTION!) This is a great home for a large family & a buyer who loves to entertain. Approx. 1 acre & 1/3 which includes a separate deed to extra 1/2 lot. Gorgeous circular brick driveway & service driveway w/2 car garage & basketball court. Huge 9 ft. pool all screened in a gigantic patio w/Jacuzzi, built in grill. Home has a kid’s game room & family rooms & office area. Wood burning fireplace with brick wall. Gorgeous oakwood cabinets with granite counters. • 1416 S. 19th Ave. $89,900 2/1 home, garage, fenced yard, many upgrades, not a short sale or bank owned. Priced to sell fast. • 10 Units Davie 1/1, 100% Occupied Act Now! $669K • Commercial office space busy Hollywood Blvd. starting at $1000 month (near hospitals) • 3701 SW 43rd Ave. Home for Rent $975.

2/1 Spacious, family room, new tile flooring, cental air, wood cabinets, fenced yard. If You Are Looking For A Quick Sale, I Have $$ Buyers Looking For Properties. Call Me Today! THESE PROPERTIES ARE CURRENTLY LISTED WITH ME OR OTHER AGENTS IN THE MLS.

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Serving South Florida Since 1935 • 17 year Established sub shop/catering business for sale. Hollywood Blvd. frontage steps to Downtown.Very profitable operation. Punch extension 203. • Working Ranch/Farmland in Reddick, FL 82 acres (MOL) House, barns, pastures, miles of fences, 1900 front feet on I-75. Punch extension 206. Free Emailed Market Analysis Selling Or Just Want To Know Value? Email: With Size, #Bdrms./Baths. No Obligation!

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featured listing Terraces at Turnberry Aventura 2/2 1500 Sq. Ft., 27th Floor South East Exp. Ocean/Intracoastal Views Ilana Gross From All The Rooms $400’s (516) 668-3011

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Tunberry Village South Spacious 1/1. Tile Floors. Fully Upgraded. Unfurn. Built in 2007. Listed @ $299,000 Cell: 305.812.8110 Tel: 305.932.8110 Email:


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Opposite Di plomat Golf & Country Club. Some units will be facing the new H’dale Beach City Marina coming soon. Spacious 1/1, high flr overlooking golf/canal S tarting at $97K . 2/2’s with split fl oor plan, canal & water views on hi fls. Large balcs, gym, 2 pools, lots of amens. Starting at $149K ELDORADO PLAZA - 2/2 corner unit, $130K

ELAINE WREN’S JUST LISTED! Keller Williams Realty

AVENTURA JUST LISTED AT THE BONAVISTA 2 Units, Both In Great Shape, Both Have Drop Dead Gorgeous Views & Both Are Priced To Sell! HALLANDALE BEACHFRONT - FIRST FLOOR UNIT You Can Smell The Ocean, See It, Touch It! MALAGA – Call Now!!

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Police Athletic League of Hallandale Beach 2011-12 Youth Soccer Season

The Hallandale Police Athletic Leage invites all children ages 5 - 16 years of age to sign up for an exciting season of soccer. Registration dates are Monday, October 3rd to Friday, October 28th. All practices will be held at our new facility located at 1000 SW 3rd St. (behind Hallandale Adult & Hallandale Elementary). Games will be played throughout Broward and Dade County. Space is limited and registration is taken on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration is held at the Cultural Community Center, 410 SE 3rd St. The Center is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. All players will be called the week of October 31st for their first practice. No team will start practice until a head coach is in place. Volunteers are always needed. REGISTRATION GUIDELINES • A copy of players' birth certificate MUST be on file at the time of registration • A completed registration form must be signed at the time of registration. • A current report card or progress report must be submitted at the time of registration. FEES A participation fee is due at the time of registration. The participant fee includes the player's uniform (shirt, shorts and game socks). Shin guards are required by league rules and must be supplied by the player. Soccer cleats are receommended, but not mandatory. Note: Uniforms will be handed out 2 weeks prior to the first game. Resident fee, all players, $35. Residents must provide a driver's license and current utility bill at the time of registration. Non-resident fee, all non-Hallandale Beach resident players, $75. Make checks payable to City of Hallandale Beach. ATTENTION ALL GIRLS!! The Police Athletic League of Hallandale Beach is forming all-girl teams in the following age groups, 10 & under, 12 & under and 14 & under. Teams will play all-girl teams from the Greater Hollywood Soccer League. At time of registration, please let staff know you want to be in the girls' division. In case there are not enough females to fill a team, players will be placed in the regular co-ed league. AGE CHART 6 & under, 7/31/2007 to 8/1/2005; 8 & under, 7/31/2005 to 8/1/2003; 10 & under, 7/31/2003 to 8/1/2001; 12 & under, 7/31/2001 to 8/1/1999; 14 & under 7/31/1999 to 8/1/19097; 16 & under 7/31/1997 to 8/1/1995. A minimum number of players is required to start a team. If this amount is not reached by the end of the registration period, a refund will be given. Call (954) 457-1466 for info, or follow us on twitter for up-to-date info on weather, sports and more: twitter@PALof Hallandale.

Bulk Residential Waste Collection for the Northwest section of Hallandale Beach

On September 26, the Northwest Section of Hallandale Beach is scheduled for Bulk Residential Waste Collection for single family homes and/or apartments of 4 units or less. Bulk Trash Includes: Furniture, appliances, mattresses and cardboard boxes Items Not Included: garbage, glass, construction debris, fence material, tires, batteries, paints, oil, liquid and hazardous waste. Set materials out before 7:00am on Monday for pick-up sometime that week. Maximum of 6 cubic yards allowed. For more information call the Department of Public Works at (954) 457-1616.

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This past Saturday, September 17, the City of Hallandale Beach once again participated in the annual International Coastal Clean-up. It gave participants an opportunity to do their part in keeping the community clean.

Volunteers do their part to clean up the beaches; find out about the ʻAdopt-A-Shorelineʼ program

When you talk about doing what's best for any city, keeping it clean - from border to border - is essential. Hallandale Beach is certainly no different than any other coastal community - with beach clean-up efforts always a priority. When it comes to getting out and doing your part to keep your community clean, Hallandale Beach residents have been fortunate to have so many who care. This past Saturday, September 17, the City of Hallandale

Beach once again participated in the annual International Coastal Clean-up. Volunteers pickedup trash along the beach and in the South City Beach Park. The main items found were cigarette butts, bottles and bottle caps and plastic bags. Those are items that often do the damage to our environment. Saturday was great to see, and certainly a reminder to do your part to keep our beaches and waterways clean, safe and

beautiful by disposing of garbage properly in designated trash cans.

ADOPT-ASHORELINE PROGRAM The Adopt-A-Shoreline Program allows citizens to participate in the City of Hallandale Beach Litter prevention effort around the Cityʼs beach and along all the water-

ways and shorelines. A volunteer group adopts a 300-500 linear segment of beach or a body of water located in the City and agrees to pick-up litter at least four times per year for a two-year period. At the conclusion of the two years the volunteers may renew the adoption site or the location will be available again.

For those interested in participating in the program please contact the Department of Public Works at (954) 457-1600 for guidelines on participation in the program.

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At Aroma Market Catering, quality food and experience make the difference!

By David Udoff Sun Times COOPER CITY Aroma Market Catering is a full service Glatt kosher caterer providing exceptional and delicious menus since 2006. The knowledgeable staff knows how to work together with their clients to create a perfect affair that your family and guests will never forget. They have earned an excellent culinary reputation by providing clients with fresh delicious food and exceptional service. Working as a chef for fifteen years, Chef Morris Dweck said, “I trained at the prestigious Johnson and Wales Culinary School. My mother, Gail Dweck, is a chef at Aroma as well and has 25 years experience. As a team we specialize in Middle Eastern style: Moroccan, Egyptian, and Syrian, along with Mediterranean, Oriental, Italian, and American traditional.” Each well-planned menu is custom designed for your specific event. Aroma Catering offers the widest range of selections from cor-

porate events to formal elegant affairs. The executive chefs will create delicious menus featuring traditional favorites as well as imaginative avant-garde food presentations. The food is always exquisite and served promptly. “Simply invite your guests and weʼll do the rest.” The chefs use only the freshest and highest quality products and ingredients in each kosher specialty made just for your event. Aroma does catering for hotels, banquet halls, private homes, condominiums and many synagogues in South Florida, having the experience Aroma has perfected catering to an art. CATERING FOR ANY OCCASION Whether itʼ s a birthday, graduation, corporate party, business meeting, engagement, wedding, bar/bat mitzvah or shivah, let Aroma Catering do it the right way with hors dʼoeuvres, delicious entrées, dairy or meat, colorful salads and wonderful desserts. “Catering big or small

we do it all! Depending on the size of the event, buffet, sit-down lunches, dinners and parties, we need only one daysʼ notice to put everything together. We have the experience with a fullstaff including waiters, bartenders, entertainment, china, serving dishes, flowers, decorations and refrigerator trucks,” said Chef Morris. CATERING THAT MAKES SENSE Delicious Hors Dʼ Oeuvres: Assorted Burekas, Falafel with Hummus & Tahini, Thai Spring Rolls, Teriyaki Chicken Lollypops, Bite Size Egg Rolls, Potato Knishes, Meatballs Sweet & Sour or Marinara, Salmon Carpaccio on Toast Points with Black Caviar, Faux Fried Shrimp with a Mango Chutney, Faux Crab Cakes, Grilled Baby Lamb Chops and Miniature Beef Wellington.

Fresh Salads: Mediterranean, Caesar and Asian. Entrée items: Chicken Francaise, Chicken Roulade, Prime Rib, Chauteau Briand, Grilled Steak, Veal Chop Milanese, Baby Lamp Chop, Beef Roulade, Coconut Chicken, Chilean Seabass, Mahi Mahi and Norwegian Salmon. For added sophistication, Aroma will provide Carving Stations where a chef will delicately slice meats: Whole Roasted Turkey, Grilled Herb Crusted London Broil and Tangy Honey Glazed Corned Beef. Other culinary stations: Pasta, Sushi Bar, Oriental Wok and Atlantic Seafood. Exquisite Desserts: Aroma's finest freshly baked desserts include a lavish colorful display of assorted Whole Cakes, Petit Fours, Fruit Tarts, Fancy Cookies, Fudge Brownies, Strawberry Shortcake, Choco-

When it comes to catering, Aroma Market has jumped to the front with quality foods and tremendous service.

late Mousse, Pecan Pie and much more. Your guests will be impressed with an Exotic Fruit Display and Chocolate Fountain accompanied with assorted condiments. “We have a full bakery and do all our own baking: Hand rolled water bagels, challah, sugarfree pastries, breads, cookies, desserts, pastries, wedding cakes, bar/bat mitzvah cakes,

small individual desserts, to a customized cake, anything the customer wants,” said Chef Morris. Aroma Catering gets busy around the Jewish High Holidays and customers who want to beat the rush can place their orders online. Sign up on Facebook or Twitter and receive emails for special discount coupons.

AROMA MARKET/CATERING 8819 Stirling Rd. Cooper City, Florida 33328 Call Us: (954) 252 -2600 STORE HOURS Monday to Wednesday: 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM Thursday: 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM Friday: 7:00 AM to 2 hours before Shabbat Sunday: 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM Aroma Market Catering is located on the Northwest corner of Sterling Road and Pine Island across the street from the David Posnack Jewish Community Center.

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1. Place brisket in a roasting pan. Chop all seasonings in food processor and pour over brisket. Cover and marinate overnight in the refrigerator. 2. Preheat oven to 325° Fahrenheit (165° Celsius). 3. Bake at 325° Fahrenheit (165° Celsius) for approximately 4 hours, or until a digital instant-read thermometer inserted into the center of the brisket reads 190° for well done. 4. When cool, thinly slice the brisket against the grain. It is very important to slice the brisket correctly. SERVING SUGGESTION: Make gravy with drippings from the meat. Melt 4 Tablespoons of parve margarine in a heavy saucepan. Slowly stir in 4 Tablespoons of all-purpose flour. Cook and stir for approximately 3 minutes, or until margarine just starts to darken. Slowly stir in 2 cups of drippings. Continue cooking and stirring until gravy thickens to desired consistency. Sea-

Cook frozen peas for a total of 20-30 minutes; dried for 35-45 minutes, or until the peas are tender (exact time will depend on the age of the peas). Stir in the chopped cilantro and serve the lubia over the rice, garnished with additional cilantro leaves. Yield: about 6-8 servings

son with salt and pepper. Serve slices of brisket with gravy. 3 tablespoons olive oil Two 10-ounce packages (4 cups) frozen blackeyed peas, or 1 1/2 cups dried black-eyed peas, picked over, drained and rinsed (try frozen blackeyed peas, if available; they are usually more flavorful than the dried variety) One 8-ounce can tomato sauce 2 teaspoons chopped fresh cilantro root (or, if unavailable, chopped cilantro stems) and 3 tablespoons chopped fresh coriander leaves, plus additional whole leaves for garnish Salt and freshly ground pepper Freshly cooked longgrain white rice

CARAMELIZED ONION AND CARROT TSIMMES WITH CANDIED GINGER Spicy, sweet, and tangysour notes harmonize beautifully in this meatless vegetable-fruit melange. Serve it as a side dish or offer it as a condiment with the brisket or poultry. 3 tablespoons mild olive or other vegetable oil 1 1/2 lbs. (6 cups) onions (preferably red), thinly sliced Salt and freshly ground pepper 2 cups carrots, scraped or peeled, and sliced 1 tablespoon minced candied ginger 1 cup fresh orange juice 1 tablespoon grated orange zest 1 tablespoon fragrant honey 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 cup pitted prunes, quartered

In a large saucepan, cook the garlic in the olive oil until it is softened and just tinged with gold, about 2 - 3 minutes. Add the peas, tomato sauce, cilantro root (or stems), and enough fresh cold water to cover the peas by about 1 inch. Bring the mixture to a boil, and simmer it, covered, over low heat. If using frozen peas, add salt and pepper to taste after cooking for 10 minutes; if using dried peas, add salt and pepper to taste after 20 minutes. Add more water if necessary to keep the peas quite soupy: there should be enough water to form some sauce.

In a 10- to 12-inch heavy skillet, heat the oil and add the onions. Salt and

pepper lightly, and stir well. Cook, covered, over very low heat, stirring occasionally, so mixture does not burn, for about 30-40 minutes, or until the onions are meltingly tender and almost transparent. Add the carrots, ginger, orange juice and zest, honey, cinnamon and additional salt and pepper to taste. Raise heat to medium-high and bring the mixture to a boil. Let it bubble for a few minutes, then reduce heat and continue cooking, uncovered, stirring occasionally, until the carrots are tender and the onions are golden and syrupy, about 15 minutes. Add the prunes and simmer for 5-10 minutes longer, or until the prunes are quite soft. If necessary, boil for a few minutes over high heat to evaporate any liquid remaining in the pan. Adjust the seasoning. Keep the mixture warm, covered, until ready to serve. The tsimmes tastes best if allowed to stand for at least 10 minutes to allow the flavors to meld (or prepare in advance and just reheat before serving.) Yield: about 6 servings PINEAPPLECOCONUT MILK NOODLE KUGEL One 20-ounce can of pineapple rings in natural, unsweetened juices 3 tablespoons maple or brown sugar mild oil, such as avocado, sunflower or al-

mond oil, for greasing pan salt 1/2 cup orzo 2 cups unsweetened coconut milk 1 cinnamon stick 1/2 teaspoon peeled and finely chopped fresh ginger 1 vanilla bean, split 3 large eggs 1/2 cup granulated sugar boiling or scalding-hot tap water, for hot-water bath

1. Preheat broiler. Drain pineapple and arrange in a single layer on a foillined broiler pan. Sprinkle evenly with maple or brown sugar. Broil pineapple on one side only until it is a rich, golden-brown and sugar has melted, about 5-8 minutes. 2. Lightly grease an 8inch square baking dish with the oil. Spread the pineapple pieces (with any sugar drippings), sugared side down, in a single layer on the bottom of the pan. (If there is an extra ring or two, cut in quarters and use to fill in the spaces between the rings.) Set aside. Turn the oven down to 350 degrees. 3. Bring 2 quarts of water and 1 teaspoon salt to a rapid boil. Add the orzo and cook, stirring occasionally, until tender. Drain well, rinse a few seconds under cool water and drain again. 4. While orzo is cooking,

combine coconut milk, cinnamon and ginger in a medium saucepan. Scrape the seeds from the vanilla bean and add to the pan. Turn heat to low and simmer gently for 10-15 minutes to infuse the milk with the fragrance of the spices. Don't allow the mixture to boil. Remove from heat and let cool slightly. 5. In a large bowl, beat eggs, granulated sugar, and a pinch of salt until thick and light. Add the coconut milk mixture, pouring it through a strainer into the bowl. Discard spices. Add the cooked, drained orzo and combine ingredients well. 6. Distribute the mixture evenly over the pineapple in the prepared pan. Place the pan in a larger baking pan and add enough boiling or scalding-hot tap water to the larger pan to come halfway up the sides of the kugel pan. 7. Bake for 60-75 minutes, or until a knife inserted in the center comes out clean. The kugel must cool to set. You can serve it right from the pan, or invert it when cool: run a knife along the edges of the pan, turn the pan upside down on a serving plate, and unmold. 8. Serve the kugel chilled, but not icy cold. Or for a more exotic finale, try it slightly warm (reheat gently). Yield: about 8 servings




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