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By Larry Blustein Sun Times This is the week every local and national racing fan waits for - with great anticipation. Live thoroughbred racing, and it's on the way starting this Saturday, Dec. 1 at Gulfstream Park Racing & Casino in Hallandale Beach. After a long live season at Calder, the scene shifts to one of the premier entertainment hotbeds in South Florida. With the economy the way it's been, this is perfect shot-in-the-arm for everyone locally. This is what we've waited for over the past seven months. The perfect mix of premier horse racing, casino gaming and dining at one spot. "The opening of Gulfstream in December, instead of January, makes a huge difference," said Ellen Lovello, who comes to Hallandale Beach every year for the weather and the rac-

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ing card at Gulfstream. "They give many restaurants and businesses locally a huge lift. That is on top of what it means to those who go through those lean days on the Gulfstream property." Indeed, anchor

restaurants and grocery stores such as Jacob's Classic Market can only attract so many visitors. The entertainment, casinos and racing must stand alone - and this is their time to help make a major impact. With all the promo-

Since 1939, Gulfstream Park Racing & Casino in Hallandale Beach has signalled top flight entertainment and racing. As the 2012-13 season approaches, the stakes get higher!

tional events that this facility hosts, this is the time of year that the entire park bene-

fits from, and all who work and attend Gulfstream Park yearround know exactly

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‘AROUND THE CITY OF CHOICE’

It’s back to business as many issues loom for Hallandale Beach

HALLANDALE BEACH - Hope all our readers had a great Thanksgiving! Our City Commission held our regular meeting last Monday. After all the pomp and circumstance of our swearing in ceremony the new commission went right to work. Before reporting on the meeting I want to apologize for a typo in the last article that left off the “w” in Commissioner Michele Lazarow’s name. After writing this article for almost 10 years I continue to have a deeper appreciation for the fine art of not only writing but proof reading. My apologies. The first course of business was the implementation of our numbered seat assignments which I covered last week.

RESPOSIBLE BANKING POLICY TO BE REVIEWED Under commission communications Vice Mayor Alex Lewy asked that Staff review a responsible banking policy that he has seen implemented in other communities around the country. It was agreed that Staff would look at our current practices and see if a resolution or ordinance would be necessary. BIKE LANES IMPLEMENTED ON NE 10th and NE 8th I asked that Staff look

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into better marking and signage for the bike lanes that are being installed as part of the project on NE 10th an NE 8th Avenue. The original plan to replace the double one way street with two way traffic was changed to reducing the roadway to one lane. Since the city has marked the lane change drivers are not following the new pattern. The City Manager will be updating the commission during the next meeting on what can be done to improve and enforce the new lane change. MORATORIUM ON THE ISSUING OF NEW FILM PERMITS Over the past years our city has been very welcoming to the film industry. We have had the Sopranos filmed here, Glades, a reality show and even a show on our city that will be highlighted on national TV. The intent of our city is not to ban filming, but to continue to support the

filming industry. We are looking to amend our permitting process to insure that individual property owners and residents are not being adversely impacted. Our current ordinance does not allow for any denials and needs to be fine tuned. Recently Miami Beach started to look at this issue as well. Some homeowners are up in arms that their once quite residential communities have become the staging areas for reoccurring shows. Staff will be working to review changes and improvements to our regulations focused on the quality of life of our residents while supporting the growing film industry. The moratorium was passed 5-0.

CITY APPROVES LOAN PROGRAM FOR VEHICLES This past budget the City Commission approved a lease purchase program for our city vehicles. The program will allow our city to lease vehicles and plan for vehicle replacements in a more streamlined cost savings manor. Currently the city programs into the annual budget a replacement schedule that is proposed annually. In years when the budget is lean vehicle purchases are often postponed. This delays the purchase but then creates issues in the fol-

lowing years and increases maintenance costs. The new program allows for smoothing out the purchases. When the lease is up the city will own the vehicle and will be able to sell them.

CITY APPROVES NEW SHOPPING CENTER Over the past years our commission has been focused on improving the western side of Hallandale Beach Boulevard. We recently dedicated a new shopping center on the north side of HBB and last commission meeting we approved the redevelopment of the Southeast corner of SW 10th Avenue. The new center will replace a vacant lot that once was the site of an old gas station and the original McDonalds. The development was passed 5-0. COMMISSIONS

APPROVES ADDITIONAL SENIOR EXEMPTION FOR 2013 In 1998 the state constitution provided the opportunity for cities to adopt an additional senior exemption yearly by ordinance. In 2001 we adopted an additional exemption and when it was not going to adversely impact other taxpayers we committed to provide this relief. Over the last years the city commission was reluctant to displace the cost on to others taxpayers. Since values have begun to rise in our city and the average age of our population has decreased the commission agreed to revisit the additional exemption this year. The impact is projected to be only 49,000 for 2013. The city passed the ordinance on a 5-0 vote, which will give relief to our full time seniors over 65 that are

illegible.

GREEN TIP: Hallandale Beach approved a partnership with Broward County “Go Solar” program. Have you thought about investing in solar panels to save on energy costs? The county has established a new program that will allow you to purchase solar panels and enjoy expedited permitting to have them installed. We adopted a resolution supporting the partnership and amended our building code to allow for the placement of panels. As always please feel free to contact me at any time with your questions and concerns at my office 954457-1318 or cell/text 954-632-5700 or e-mail me at www.MayorJoyCooper.com

'North Pole' getting back together for the NMB Snowfest event

NORTH MIAMI BEACH - Santa, Mrs. Claus, the Reindeers, & Frosty the Snowman are reuniting and going back on tour, playing on a rooftop near you. The tour will be stopping in North Miami Beach on Saturday, December 15, 2012, as the City of North Miami Beach’s Leisure Services Department hosts its annual Holiday SNOW FEST event from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the Gwen Margolis Amphitheater, 16501 N.E. 16th Avenue. Bring the entire family to enjoy a 30 ton mountain of snow, rock climbing wall, giant slide, bounce houses, carnival games and arts and crafts. Visit Candy Cane Lane, the Village of Lights, and listen to the sounds of great holiday music by a DJ who will entertain the crowd throughout the evening with interactive activities, raffles, and prizes. For those of you lucky to get your hands on a backstage photo pass (for only $2); Santa, Mrs. Claus, and Frosty the Snowman will pose for pictures during the event. Admission on the day of the event is only $ 5 per person; but pre-sale tickets are available. Buy 3 tickets, get 1 free until 12/12/12. For more information, call the Leisure Services Department at (305) 948-2957.

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WHAT'S NEW AT FRUITFLOWERS Fresh for this holiday season, we have many new products to pique your palette. If it’s Christmas you’re celebrating, we suggest our Sleigh Bells or, if you are looking for a more personal-sized arrangement, you might consider our Fruitful Joy. Additionally, for our friends celebrating Hanukkah, we have our Festive Hanukkah arrangement. For those simply wishing to celebrate the wonders of winter, our Holiday Grand Floral Fruit is equally scrumptious. We invite you to visit us on the web at www.FruitFlowers.com for our full selection of arrangements.

WHY US? At FruitFlowers, we create floral masterpieces of color and aroma and— they’re edible! We use only the highest-quality produce—all of the fruit is ripe, sweet and juicy. Our signature bouquet is called the Grand Floral Fruit. Brimming with pineapple daisies with leaves made of honeydew and cantaloupe, interspersed with succulent strawberries, tropical kiwi and mouth-watering grapes, this arrangement is perfect for any occasion. We also provide sculpted vegetable arrangements—particularly fitting for parties this season. Our arrangements are made fresh to order. Since we receive shipments of fruit every day, there is no need for added preservatives or frozen fruits. Many of our clients report preferring our dark chocolate dipped strawberries to old favorite desserts including cupcakes, pies, and ice cream. Since each piece in our bouquet is on a grab-friendly skewer, FruitFlowers makes a great snack. People know that eating fruit is good for their health but whole fruits in a bowl do not have the same appeal as when they are peeled, cut and arranged in to form aesthetically-pleasing arrangements. If you are looking to share, we will work with you to bring to the table a bouquet customsized to your exact needs! THE IMPORTANCE OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES When consumed as part of a well-balanced diet, fruits and vegetables are healthy options that have been shown to decrease your risk for chronic diseases including Type 2 diabetes and even cancer. Fruits and veggies have a lot to bring to the table, both literally and figuratively. They are packed with the vitamins and minerals which our bodies need in order to perform optimally, along with antioxidants which boast an array of heath-promoting properties. Our arrangements are all vegetarian including many choices that are also vegan and gluten-free—making them perfect for those with specific dietary restrictions. Produce is low in sodium—which is great for those trying to watch their blood pressure. For individuals worried about weight, vegetables and many fruits are high in taste and low in calories, making them an ideal snack. Additionally, since fruits are full of fiber (which makes you feel full), you tend to eat less. Fruits are a great source of H2O—since most are made up of over 50% water they allow us to combat dehydration!  Because they have natural sugars while also being low on the glycemic index, fruits provide a fantastic supply of longlasting energy. Fruits and veggies are also delicious and have been known to contribute to heightened sense of mood and well-being. OPTIMIZE YOUR PARTY NEEDS The Holiday season is a time when many of us gather with loved ones and traditionally eat a heavy meal—loading up on ham, mashed potatoes, breads, pies, and holiday cookies, washed down by a generous glass (or three) of eggnog. Show how much you care by offering those you care about a sweet treat that won’t weigh them down. Not only do our bouquets make beautiful centerpieces, they also double as lovely hostess gifts, and luscious (but, healthy!) desserts. Thanksgiving kicked off the holiday season; now that the holiday parties have begun, make sure the dessert table at each of your get togethers is outfitted with a delicious bouquet from FruitFlowers. We also give crudités a whole new look, delivering easy-to-grab veggies as a bountiful garden. A NOVEL APPROACH TO GIFT GIVING With the holiday season upon us, we all find ourselves searching for the perfect presents? Whether it’s something for mom and dad, the kids or close friends, you want to keep the people close to you healthy. The difficult-to-buy-for person in your life will be thrilled when they receive one of our arrangements;

Joe DiMaggio Legends Game celebrates 25th anniversary

More than 40 former major league baseball players will return to the diamond January 26 (1:00 p.m.) for the 25th anniversary Joe DiMaggio Legends Game.  The event, an exhibition charity baseball game at Fort Lauderdale Stadium, will help raise funds for Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital Foundation which assists patients and their families and underwrites the cost of programs, facilities, and equipment at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital. The Legends Game matches former National League stars against their American League counterparts. Tentatively scheduled to appear are MLB Hall of Famer, Andre Dawson, Paul Blair, one of the best defensive center fielders of his generation, John “Blue Moon” Odom, Bert Campaneris of the Oakland A’s 1970s championship teams, Bill “Spaceman” Lee, Al Downing, the “Mad Hungarian” Al Hrabosky and the “Legendary Ladies” Lefty Hohlmayer and Pepper Davis, two of the ballplayers who inspired the movie “A League of Their Own.”  “We congratulate the Joe DiMaggio Legends Game on their silver anniversary,” said Mitchell Eisenberg, MD, board chair of the Memorial and Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital Foundations. “   Fort Lauderdale Stadium is located at 5301 NW 12th Avenue, just west of I-95 and north of Commercial Boulevard.  Reserved seats are $5, bleacher seats are $3 and tickets for children are free. AAA members will once again receive a special discount and receive two-for-one on all purchased tickets. The day of family fun also offers free parking and special 25th anniversary giveaways. For more information or to purchase tickets visit www.legendsgame.net or www.jdchfoundation.org or call Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital Foundation at 954-265-3454.

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No matter where you grew up, it was a special place and time, with plenty of memories, but with all the things that North Miami is doing to keep tradition alive - year round, there is simply not a more progressive area - anywhere, and they continue to show it - every Thanksgiving morning.

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hometown did what it has been doing for the past 28 Thanksgivings. If you love a parade with a local flair to it North Miami is the place to be every Thanksgiving. On the very streets that I grew up on, floats, bands and many local businesses join large crowds and political dignitaries for the hour long trip down 125th Street. Having been to every Winternational Thanksgiving Day Parade since its inception - 38 years ago - I have personally been responsible for bringing hundreds to North Miami every year - to join in what has been so special for so many generations. My glowing reports on this yearly tradition has brought in friends and former residents from as far away as New York City - and as close as the neighborhoods of North Miami. While this may not be

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the same city I grew up in, I say thank goodness for progress and for so many community leaders who work year round to make this stream of high school bands and local businesses such a success. That is in addition to everything else that is done year round to make this the progressive community it has become. As I walked my way east down 125th Street, this parade has really grown. The numbers are always in the thousands, but the faces and sounds change from year to year, and that shows why the city that grew me up, continues to do the same for generations and generations of our future leaders. What the parade has become is a series of different block parties with friends and family members - capturing the moment on film and also with music. It's food, drink and dancing in anticipation of that traditional dinner later in the day. "I have been to three

of these with my children," said North Miami Beach resident Desiree Carter. "I don't think we've ever walked this far down. It's a whole new world down here, with music and people dancing on the curb. Like that kind of thing that spotlights cultures." Carter, who had the chance to walk and dance with the bands in the parade - as well as the music coming from the local DeeJay - had a great morning. She saw North Miami High's Pioneer marching band as well as others from the region. She also had the chance to see some of the newer businesses who have moved into the heart of the downtown area.

"It's great to see these communities come together," Carter pointed out. "This is a huge Haitian community, which is mixed with other Caribbean and South American nations. It's quite the melting pot." What the City of North Miami and Mayor Andre Pierre play on is a community that is heavily loaded with Haitians. The city has the largest population of Haitians anywhere in the world - outside of Port Au Prince. Last year, Haitian music sensation Wyclef Jean served as the Grand Marshal. But even though there is a huge Haitian population, the city is always proud of those who have made Special Offer To New Patients! Exam & Full Mouth X-rays

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this city what it is today. As the floats wound down, and those who came out to see the parade, headed to their cars, another Winternational Parade came to an end, pushing thousands more off to a great holiday season. No matter where you grew up, it was a special place and time, with plenty of memories, but with all the things that North Miami

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If you would like to submit an announcement for our Community Calendar in the paper – or online, where you are guaranteed placement weekly, please send it to: Larry Blustein, Community Calendar Editor, 305 N.W. 10th Terrace, Hallandale Beach, Florida 33009; Fax: 954 458-0765 or via e-mail to: SFSUNTIMES@aol.com. For a complete listing of all Community Calendar items, please check our website at: www.southfloridasuntimes.com. Also follow us on Twitter @sfsuntimes. • $1 PER CARD BINGO! Held every Thursday at 1:00 P.M. at the Hallandale Beach Cultural Center. 410 SE 3rd Street. The event is sponsored by the Memorial Senior Partners. Adults Only. Any questions, please call 954-292-8261. • American Legion, Post 304, 41 NE 1st Court, Dania Beach. Friday Night Dinner Seafood Bonanza, every Friday from 6-8 p.m. Open to the public! For more info: (954) 921-7532. Thursday, Nov. 29 • The Hallandale Beach Area Chamber of Commerce will host Quarterly Breakfast Meeting at Brio Tuscan Grille - Village at Gulfstream, 600 Silks Run. Hallandale Beach from 7:30-9:00. SpeakerChristine Tascione, Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bu-

reau CMP, VP, Convention & Group Sales. Greater Fort Lauderdale Tourism and Destination Update...  update on developments in the area of hotels, airport expansion project and Port Everglades cruiseport renovation project, and domestic and international group and tourism. Reservations Required. Saturday, Dec. 1 • There will be an Antique & Flea Market Saturday, at Little Flower Church (1805 Pierce Street., Hollywood 33020 from 8:00am - 2:00 pm). Get a bang for your buck at this bargain shopper's event including a variety of items, unique collectibles and antiques, jewelry, coins, glassware, new and used items, candles, holiday baskets, clothing, silverware, and much, much more. Bring in your jewelry, gold, broken gold, silver, coins and antiques for cash. Buyer on premises. Admission is free. For more information, please call 305-9517349 or email jeweldaisy@aol.com. Ven dor space is still available. * Singles Party Social 8 PM - South Florida Singles cocktail social and dance party at beautiful Justin's Nightclub, 17813 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura located just 1/2 a mile South of Miami Gardens Drive. Includes appetizers, music and dancing. $10 if you bring this ad or

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write "discount" on a sheet of paper. Nice turnout and friendly crowd. questions/partyline: 305-932-4192 Sunday, Dec. 2 • The Hollywood Historical Society is pleased to announce another season of guided tours of the historic Hammerstein House at 1520 Polk Street in Hollywood from 1-4 p.m. The house was designed by prominent Hollywood architect Bayard Lukens in 1935 for longtime residents and community activists Vera and Clarence Hammerstein. The house features 19th and 20th century family antiques and decorative features reflecting the architectural style Lukens dubbed “Tropical Modern.” The Hollywood Historical Society’s Research Center, located to the rear of the house, will be open as well and features amazing historic photos reflecting Hollywood by the Sea’s glamorous “Florida land boom” origins. The HHS at 954 923 5590 or visit hollywoodhistoricalsociety.org for more information. • The GOLD COAST COIN CLUB will hold its monthly: “Coin, Currency and Collectible Show” At David Park Recreation Center 108 N. 33 Court, Hollywood (1 mile west of I-95 on Hollywood Blvd). Show will be held from 10:00 am to 2:30 PM. Admission, parking and coffee are FREE!  Chil-

dren are welcome! Thank you for giving this announcement your attention.  If there is any problem with publishing this data prior to the show date, or if you need additional information; please contact me at 954-2425561. Wednesday, Dec. 5 • The Hallandale Beach Area Chamber of Commerce will host its December Business Network Exchange Holiday Event sponsored by Memorial Hospital South at Privet, Gulfstream Park (2nd Floor), Hallandale Beach from 5:30 -7:30 PM. Thursday, Dec. 6 • Happy Holidays! The City of North Miami Beach Leisure Services Department in conjunction with the North Miami Beach Commission on Aging invites you to join the following upcoming events for adults 55 & older: “senior TRIP” to the Festival Flea Market. This trip will take place from 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.. Registration Fee is $5.00 per person. Please call to register. Transportation will be provided but lunch is not included. Buses will leave the McDonald Center at 10:00 a.m. For additional information or to RSVP, call Naomi Legagneur at (305) 948-2972. Saturday, Dec. 8 • American Legion Unit 310, Monthly  Breakfast. Omlettes choose as

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From Page 1A ––––––––––––––––––––– "Live racing means live people," said Mike Ramsur, with a smile. "This is a huge time of year when there are stakes races and great weather, which adds up to overflow crowds. I live here now, but used to be one of those who came down just for the season. I know exactly how it works, and with money being tight, this is a great advantage to Gulfstream and other local businesses." MORE THAN $1 MILLION IN IMPROVEMENTS Gulfstream Park's opening on Saturday, will showcase with more than $1 million in customer-friendly improvements, including a new 25-table restaurant overlooking the walking ring and 32 box suites overlooking the finish line. The cost of the off-season improvements exceeded $1 million. "Gulfstream Park and The Stronach Group are committed to finding ways to upgrade our state-of-the-art facility and making customer service a priority," said Gulfstream President Tim Ritvo. "Our customers wanted a unique dining experience near our walking ring that overlooks the fountain and the horses. The Fountain Club will provide such a location. Meanwhile the 32 boxes facing the track will each have six seats and will give our guests another unique location to spend the afternoon watching the races." Along with the new boxes and Fountain Club, Gulfstream has replaced the roofs on 12 barns on its backstretch. "Along with constantly updating our main building, it's important we continue updating our barn area," Ritvo added. "Horsemen both locally and nationally have been enthusiastic supporters and partners of Gulfstream Park. Our relationship with the horsemen is very important and one we want to continue growing." Southern Florida's premier horse racing facility, Gulfstream Park has been offering exciting thoroughbred action since 1939.  Located in Hallandale Beach, fans flock to this winter horse racing landmark annually from around the world. Gulfstream Park has undergone a massive renovation project that is revolutionary in its scope and amenities. SEATING Walking Ring: app. 700 (Free) Tiki Hut: app. 1,000 seats and chairs (Free) Apron: app. 750 seats with tables (Free) Stadium Level: app. 900 First-floor Silks Simulcast Center (North) and South Room carrels: app. 800 RESTAURANTS 1st Floor Eateries: Pizza Paddock and Weiner Circle inside the Silks Simulcast Center Deli inside the Finish Line Casino 2nd Floor Restaurant: Ten Palms: A la carte dining.  Trackside seating for more than 1,000

guests. 3rd Floor Restaurant: Christine Lee's: This beautiful restaurant features lavish appointments, a grand view of the racetrack and the finest dining experience in South Florida. Prime sirloin steak, Asian specialties and sushi bar. Open for dinner from 4 p.m. until midnight yearround and for lunch on race days.

CONCESSIONS Finish Line area: Eisenburg Deli and Blue Bell Ice Cream Apron: Mustards and Nacho Loco Paddock: Sugar Cube The Beach: Kulturz Admission and Selfparking: General admission (Tiki Hut, Apron & Walking Ring) – Free ABOUT SILKS SIMULCAST CENTER • More than 60 flatscreen plasma TVs, comfortable wagering carrels Luxury Suites: There are 22 on the third level, 11 flanking each side of Christine Lee's, the upscale restaurant that serves as the floor’s centerpiece.   The suites are available by lease for the day, week or season. Racetrack: The main track is 1 1/8 miles in circumference and the turf course is seven furlongs. The turf course is 170 feet wide, which allows the inner rail to be moved in and out, thereby reducing wear and tear, which in turn allows for more turf races to be carded. Highlights will again be the $1,000,000 Florida Derby (which has produced 21 Kentucky Derby winners, including Barbaro and Big Brown), the Sunshine Millions series, the $500,000 Donn Handicap, the Gulfstream Park Turf Handicap, the Fountain of Youth and Holy Bull stakes, and the Gulfstream Park, Pan Am and Orchid handicaps. The Sunshine Millions program, inaugurated in 2003, has been a hit with horsemen as well as fans. This innovative sixrace series, the brainchild of chairman Frank Stronach. All Six Races are run at Gulfstream Park, owned by The Stronach Group. Past winners include the popular Lost in the Fog as well as Musique Toujours, Secret Request and Red Warrior, each of whom paid winning mutuels of nearly/or more than $100.  Gulfstream kicks off its 90-day meet Dec. 1 with the $850,000 Claiming Crown. First race post is 12:45 p.m. CLAIMING CROWN GENERATES ENTHUSIASM The 14th edition of the $850,000 Claiming Crown promises to make Opening Day even more special occasion, judging

from the long and talented list of nominees for the seven-race series that will be renewed for the first time. The horsemen’s enthusiastic response to the event that offers rare lucrative opportunities for horses that have run in claiming races resulted in an aggregate of 232 nominations, including a number of horses nominated for more than one race. "The response and cooperation from horsemen for the Claiming Crown has been exceptional," said Gulfstream Park Racing Secretary Dan Bork. "Everyone is eager for Opening Day at Gulfstream." The quantity of nominations may only be surpassed in excellence by the quality of nominees, which includes several Grade 1-stakes performers. Willy Beamin, who captured the King’s Bishop (G1) at Saratoga in August, tops the list of 25 nominees for the $200,000 Jewel, the richest of the Claiming Crown races open to horses that have run for a claiming price of $35,000 or less. Claimed for $25,000 at Belmont Park in May, the 3-year-old colt won five straight races, culminating in the King’s Bishop score, for new owner James Riccio and trainer Richard Dutrow before finishing a close second in the Oklahoma Derby at Remington Park. Dutrow also nominated Associate, a former $25,000 claimer who finished third in the Bold Ruler (G3) at Belmont last time out and third in the Malibu (G1) at Santa Anita last December. Homeboychris, whom Dutrow saddled for a victory in the 2009 Champagne (G1) at Belmont, was nominated to the Jewel by new trainer Ron Moquett, who saddled him for a victory in a starter allowance at Churchill Downs last time out. Jewel nominee Second City, who ran in the Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile at Santa Anita in his last start, is owned by J. Paul Reddam, who campaigned 2012 Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner I’ll Have Another. The $125,000 Emerald, a 1 1/16-mile turf race for horses that started for a claiming price of $35,000 or less, has also attracted Grade 1 talent. King David, who captured the Jamaica Handicap (G1) at Belmont Park in October less than a month after being claimed  for $35,000, tops a list of 50 nominees for the Jewel. Trainer Michael Maker has saddled seven Claiming Crown winners, one fewer than leader Scott Lake. King Kreesa, a New York-bred stakes winner who broke his maiden under a $25,000 claiming tag, finished just a half-length behind King

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David in the Jamaica and has been nominated for a possible rematch in the Emerald. The Maker-trained Juanita, a multiple Grade 2-stakes winner with Grade 1 experience, heads a list of 39 nominees for the $125,000 Tiara, a 1 1/16-mile turf race for fillies and mares that ran for a claiming price of $25,000 or less. The 4-year-old daughter of Mineshaft was claimed for $25,000 in 2011. Homeboykris, a Jewel nominee, was also made eligible for the $100,000 Rapid Transit, a sevenfurlong sprint for horses that started for a $16,000 claiming price or less. Ainsley, multiple stakesplaced filly who was claimed for $12,500 at Gulfstream in February, has been nominated for the Tiara, as well as the $100,000 Glass Slipper, a seven-furlong sprint for fillies and mares who raced for a claiming price no higher than $16,000. The $100,000 Express (a six-furlong sprint) and the $100,000 Iron Horse (slated for a 1 1/16miles), both for horses that started for a claiming price of $7500 or less, round out the seven races dedicated to the unsung heroes of the racing industry. The Claiming Crown, which was co-founded by the Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders’ Association and the Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association, has been hosted by four other tracks, Canterbury Downs, Parx, Ellis Park and Fair Grounds, since 1999.

FLORIDA DERBY The jewel of the racing meet will take place on Saturday, Mar. 30 which is the most exciting day during the Gulfstream Park racing season. As we get closer to the date, we will provide more information. COLLMUS INVITES FANS TO WATCH HIM CALL A RACE FOR CHARITY No one has a better view of Gulfstream Park and South Florida than track announcer Larry Collmus. Beginning Opening Day, you can join the popular announcer in his booth any day of the week while helping the Gulfstream Park Thoroughbred Aftercare Program (www.gpaftercare.com).

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track announcer at numerous tracks, including Gulfstream and Monmouth. He has called the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes and Belmont Stakes on NBC’s broadcasts for the past two years. He joined NBC’s broadcast of this year’s Breeders’ Cup at Santa Anita, calling Royal Delta’s repeat triumph in the Ladies’ Classic and Fort Larned’s exciting narrow victory over Mucho Macho Man in the Classic. "I'm always grateful to do anything I can for such a worthy cause," Collmus said. "It's fun for racing fans and for me to do it. People get to experience a behind-thescenes look at how I prepare for a race and watch me call a race. I've gotten to meet people I normally wouldn't have gotten to meet. It's a fun experience for everyone."

For a donation per person, up to six fans can meet Larry and watch him call a race while taking in the view high atop his perch overlooking Gulfstream and out across Hollywood Beach and the Atlantic Ocean. All proceeds from donations will benefit the Thoroughbred Aftercare Program, founded by Gulfstream Chairman Mr. Frank Stronach in February of 2011 and devoted to the care, rehabilitation and retraining of Thoroughbreds no longer in competition. Mr. Stronach, who set up a similar program at Santa Anita, has been an industry leader and innovator in the care and retraining of retired Thoroughbreds. Mr. Stronach and his family set an industry precedent seven years ago by developing the first in-house retirement program, Adena Retirement, and they have supported numerous retirement programs throughout the years. Collmus, a native of Baltimore who got his start at age 18 calling races at Bowie, has been the

To watch a race with Larry, go to Gulfstreampark.com/racing/Collmusand fill out the form. Or call 954.457.6451 and make a reservation.

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Don't let sore feet get you down. Let’s face it, after trying all the over the-counter remedies including jelly innersoles, bunion patches and felt plasters, your feet still hurt. Even worse is that now your knees, hips and back hurt also. It is time for some professional help. Your feet need an accurate diagnosis, not a onesize-fits-all over the counter device from the grocery store. You are a telephone call away (954-4568100) from a team of podiatrists who will examine your feet, correct the problems and advise how to keep them healthy.

EXPERT TRAINING All of the podiatrists of Diplomat Podiatry Associates are residency trained and well-schooled in their profession. Doctors Howard Fendell and Richard Rimler completed their surgical residencies with the New York College of Podiatric Medicine and Affiliated Hospitals. Dr. Sturm completed his residency with Gouverneur Treatment and Diagnostic Center, a part of the Bellveue Hospital system in New York City and is board certified in podiatric orthopedics and primary podiatric medicine. After 20 years together, Diplomat Podiatry Associates has close to 60 years of combined experience in diagnosing and treating foot problems. DIAGNOSTIC ULTRASOUND At Diplomat Podiatry Associates, 1931 East Hallandale Beach Blvd, you won't be cooling your heels while waiting for the all important diagnosis. It is a complete foot care center. Your feet get a thorough examination right on the premises. They even have an ultrasound machine,which probes the area of complaint with a

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painless high-frequency sound pulse. "We have one here onsite. It is a big time-saver for the patient as far as not having to wait long for test results." says Dr. Howard Fendell, "The ultrasound machine's sound pulse displays the distances and intensities of its echoes on its screen. Therefore, it can detect things that an x-ray can't." According to Dr. Fendell, "It can help find things we don't see on a conventional x-ray, such as soft tissue problems. It helps us make an accurate diagnosis." Dr. Fendell adds, "The x-ray doesn't show much information about soft tissue problems, but with ultrasound, you can see inflammation and bursitis and tendonitis to compliment the x-ray findings."

ORTHOTICS Orthotics are custom-made shoe inserts that control the motion of the foot. They are made from a variety of materials, most notably space age plastics, which are inserted into the shoes to aid foot function. Orthotics made from plastic can last from five to twenty years," says Dr. Richard Rimler. They are custom made from a cast of your feet so they fit perfectly. "Pain isn't a necessary requirement for orthotics. If you have bunions, or if your parents have bunions (or other foot deformities) orthotics can slow down the deforming process that will lead to bunion formation, thus avoiding surgery." "Orthotics are also beneficial for many different ail-

ments," says Dr. Rimler. "It can help your back, your hips, your knees and ankles because they realign the feet to provide optimal function." "One of the primary complaints that patients come to podiatrists for are heel and arch pain. Orthotics are instrumental, in the long term treatment of both of these conditions. Once the acute pain is controlled with injections, antiinflammatory medications, strapping, physical therapy and/or night splints, orthotics are then introduced to the treatment. Orthotics are used as long term treatment to address the underlying foot conditions causing the problems. In this way orthotics act as “eye-glasses for the feet.”

”PREVENTIVE CARE" Since prevention is the best medicine,"Dr. Sturm advises, “the way to keep your feet healthy is to visit a podiatrist regularly, so that small problems don’t become large ones. Too many people rely on self-treatment with over the-counter products. Sometimes those products can cause injuries. Certain corn removers off the shelf, for example,contain acid which can cause in-

fections, ulcerations,and burns.”Those with diabetes and poor circulation should be especially careful about checkups.“Diabetics are particularly prone to foot complications and infections. Regular visits can help them avoid problems." The doctors maintain a friendly, caring office. “ We treat our patients as if they were family,” Dr. Sturm said. “We care for everyone as we would care for our relatives."

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Award winning smash hit ���Stomp’ returns with some new surprises to Adrienne Arsht Center

"Stomp" is an explosive, sophisticated, provocative, sexy and an utterly unique show that appeals to audiences of all ages. The international percussion sensation has earned numerous awards and has appeared on national television shows. The eight member troupe uses everything except conventional percussion instruments, using only matchboxes, wooden poles, brooms, garbage cans, Zippo lighters, hubcaps and much more in order to bring to the stage some of the most magnificent rhythms. Performers create a special kind of choreography similar to a gladiators hand to hand combat with trash-canlids. The oddest objects are: A janitor’s broom, a crumpled piece of paper and super sized laundry baskets, which produce the greatest sounds. “Stomp,” a global phenomenon for the past fourteen years, will always be about the different beats from the most unexpected sources. It’s easy to see why this show has so much staying power. The changes that can now be seen in the tour

day at 2 p.m. Also, on Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in the Ziff Ballet Opera House. Tickets start at $26 at the box office at located at 1300 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami. For reservations and information, call: (305) 949-6722.

of Stomp are the biggest since the late 1990's. A new piece, “Paint Cans” came about out of the "Boxes” routine in the Las Vegas show and “Donuts” that uses huge tractor tire inner tubes, worn around the waist on a bungee cord. For many years, the creators looked for the equivalent of the Latin percussion instrument, the guiro, a gourd-shaped open-ended instrument, rubbed by wooden sticks to create a sound which has been accomplished. See what all the noise is about at the Arsht Center from December 4th to December 9th, 2012. Evenings are Tuesday through Saturday at 8 p.m. with Matinees on both Saturday and Sun-

AWARD WINNING MUSICAL POWERHOUSE MICHAEL BOLTON TAKES CENTER STAGE AT HARD ROCK LIVE: Bolton was brought up in New Haven, Connecticut with an older brother and sister. His family was Jewish and his grandparents were immigrants from Russia. Early in his musical career he was more interested in Hard Rock. With his own band, “Blackjack,” he had toured with heavy metal singer Ozzy Osbourne. Bolton achieved his greatest success as a singer in the late 1980s and early 1990s. One of his first major hits was his interpretation of the Otis Redding classic, “Sittin’ On the Dock of the Bay.” Michael‘s success with that song encouraged him to take on the popular,”Georgia On My Mind,” creating another hit for himself. In 1991,

he released his album “Time, Love & Tenderness" which included his Grammy Award version of  “When a Man Loves a Woman.” He has performed with other artists such as: Lucia Aliberti, Patti LaBelle, José Carreras, Tony Cetinski, Ray Charles, Céline Dion, Plácido Domingo, Renée Fleming, Wynonna Judd, Luciano Pavarotti, Percy Sledge and Zucchero. Michael has won two Grammys for “Best Pop Male Vocal Performance." His songs have been recorded and performed by more than 100 of the most well known musical icons in the business.The American singer has sold more than 53 million albums and singles worldwide. In addition to other awards, he has received 6 American Music Awards and a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He is one of the few artists that have co- written with the legendary Bob Dylan on the big hit “Steel Bars.”  Tickets are $39 to $69, now on sale for Bolton’s performance on December 4th, 2012, at 8 p.m. at Hard Rock Live, located on State Road 7

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U.K. charts with her renditions of “Wrong,” and “I Could,” followed as singles. In 2011, Locke issued a press release announcing her new entertainment company “I Am Entertainment.” Her first independent release through her new company was her dancetheme EP album, “Four For the Floor,” which was released during the same year.  Locke’s next winning song ”Finally Free,” was released in 2012. Other songs she’s performed are: “Over the Rainbow,” “Band of Gold,” “Heat Wave,” “I Can't  Make You Love Me,” “I Heard it Through the Grapevine” and “Where the Boys Are.” Make reservations now to see and hear My American Idols with Kimberley Locke on December 7th and 8th, 2012 at 8 p.m. at the Aventura  Cen ter, located at 3385 Northeast 188th Street, Aventura. Tickets are $34. For further information, call: 1 (877) 3117469.

THE AVENTURA CENTER PRESENTS AN EVENING WITH KIMBERLEY LOCKE - AN AMERICAN IDOL FINALIST: On October 30, 2002, the reality TV singing competition “American Idol” held auditions in Nashville, Tennessee for the show's second season. Locke successfully passed through to the next round and in December was chosen to perform on the show. She finished third, behind the winner Ruben Studdard and runner-up Clay Aiken. She has since been invited back to the show to perform 2 more times during seasons 3 and 7. Kimberley went on to sign a record deal with Curb Records on September 6, 2003. Her debut album, “One Love,” was released May 4, 2004. Her debut single “Eighth World Wonder,” reached the top half of the Billboard Hot 100 and was successful on other charts and entered the

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Giving to those in need for Thanksgiving

Last week, members off the Hallandale Beach Police Athletic League and Kiwanis Club made sure that this was going to be a very special holiday. Dozens of turkeys were delivered around the City of Hallandale Beach. This caring group of people - from throughout the City of Hallandale Beach are what makes any community strong. The many service organizations that step up every year to make a difference go without any fanfare at all. The Kiwanis and the PAL are just two of any who continiue to do that little extra!

Kiwanians Brian Kingsley (Principal at Gulfstream Middle), Steve Cummings and Joe Kessel.

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Last week was the official ribbon cutting for The Dog Pound at Mardi Gras Casino, an outdoor smokerfriendly slot area located at the south side of the casino. Guests experiencing The Dog Pound have been effusive in their praise, stating that Mardi Gras is the only casino catering to smokers with the machines that they want. Another reason guests love the area is that they do not have to deal with the

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Getting to Know Hollywood’s Re-elected and Newly Elected Officials By Raelin Storey, Public Affairs and Marketing Director HOLLYWOOD - Returning and newly elected commission members were sworn in during the City’s Inaugural Ceremony held on November 20, just two weeks after the general election. Mayor Peter Bober was re-elected to a second term, with District 1 Commissioner Patty Asseff, District 4 Commissioner Richard Blattner and District 6 Commissioner Linda Sherwood also returning for additional terms. The new faces on the Commission are District 2 Commissioner Peter Hernandez, District 3 Commissioner Traci Callari and District 5 Commissioner Kevin Biederman. Mayor Peter Bober, a lifelong resident of Hollywood, was born in Miami. He is the youngest Mayor to serve in Hollywood’s history and is the first elected official of Hispanic background (Cuban).  He was elected Mayor in 2008 and re-elected earlier this month. Mayor Bober previously served as a City Commissioner. Vice Mayor Linda Sherwood was first elected to the City Commission in 2008 and re-elected to a second commission term representing District 6 earlier this month. Born in North Tonawanda, New

Political newcomers join the Hollywood Commission. From left are Peter D. Hernandez, Kevin Biederman and Traci Callari, who join Mayor Peter Bober, Vice Mayor Linda Sherwood, and Commissioners Patty Asseff and Dick Blattner.

York, she moved to the Hollywood area in 1961. While attending Dade County Community College, she met and married William Sherwood.  Together they have four children and four grandchildren. Commissioner Patty Asseff serves on many boards and is involved in many community organizations including the Hollywood Art and Culture Center, Gold Coast Clean Air Coalition, Board member of the South Florida Regional Planning Council (SFRPC), South Florida Water Management Advisory Board Member, Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, South Florida Ballet Theatre, Florida League of Cities, Broward League of Cities, and West Palm Beach Maritime Charter School. Commissioner Asseff has been a realtor for more than 26 years

and is married for more than 45 years to Dr. Abraham Asseff, a long-time practicing dentist on Hollywood Beach. They raised their three children in the Hollywood Hills neighborhood and now reside in the Hollywood Lakes neighborhood. The Asseff’s greatest joy is spending time with their three beautiful granddaughters. Commissioner Richard Blattner’s political career began with his election to the City Commission in 1994, serving until 2000. He was reelected in 2007 to complete a term, elected for a full term in 2008 and re-elected earlier this month. Commissioner Blattner is the Chair of the YMCA of Broward County, Chair of the Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization and represents the City on Broward County’s Enterprise Zone and Water Re-

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month. He was born in Havana, Cuba.  His family migrated to Madrid, Spain when he was 9 and then to Florida when he was 11, deciding to settle here and start a business in Hollywood. Commissioner Hernandez is married to Jeisse and has one daughter, Adriana. Commissioner Traci L. Callari was elected to the City of Hollywood Commission on November 6, 2012 and is committed to representing and improving the quality of life both in her District and across the City. Born in Sacramento, Calif., she has lived in Hollywood since 1978. She is a

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From hydrotherapy to massage, home therapies can help ease arthritis pain

(BPT) - About one out of every five American adults has been diagnosed with arthritis, and it is the most common cause of disability in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The pain and stiffness caused by arthritis - and the high cost of arthritis medications - prompt many people to seek effective home therapies. While you should always work with your doctor to manage your arthritis, you can also do a lot at home to help minimize symptoms. Home remedies like hydrotherapy, massage and simple exercise have been shown to help reduce the pain and inflammation asso-

ciated with multiple forms of arthritis. Here are some common home therapies to discuss with your health care provider: Massage - Recent studies indicate that massage can help people with arthritis, the Arthritis Foundation reports on its website ArthritisToday.org. Simple massage of painful joints such as in the hands, elbows or knees, may help your arthritis pain. You don't need to pay for a professional massage to find relief. Talk to your health care provider for simple tips on self-massage. Besides pain relief, massage offers another benefit that may be particularly helpful to people living with chronic

Keeping the Peace

Every holiday season I get a few calls regarding the holidays and family get-togethers. For some people, holiday dinners are a dreaded event, particularly for those who may not be financially or emotionally doing so well. Sometimes relatives and friends may say the wrong thing, and past conflicts can re-surface. Those that are closest to us can hurt us the most......So with this in mind, I'd like to offer a few guidelines which may help keep the peace in what should be a joyous occasion.

pain: relaxation. Hydrotherapy - Soaking in warm water has been a viable home therapy for muscle and joint aches for centuries. Your arthritis may also cause mobility issues, making you wary about climbing in and out of a traditional soaking tub. A walk-in tub may be a viable alternative. Premier Care in Bathing, makers of walk-in tubs, offers its Hydrovescent Therapy system designed to help ease aches and pains but with gentler water

motion than you would find in a traditional jetted tub. The company has earned the Arthritis Foundation's Ease of Use commendation for its easy-to-enter tubs that feature extra-wide, low-level entry, left or right-hand door openings, contoured and slipresistant seats and backrests, and leak-free design. Remember to consult your doctor before beginning any home therapy, as hydrotherapy may not be appropriate for all types

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1. Do not discuss the failures or weaknesses of others. 2. Avoid giving criticism (Watch your innuendos) 3. Focus on the strengths and accomplishments of others. 4. Give compliments freely and authentically 5. Do not bring up past conflicts 6. Do not start new conflicts. 7. Watch and check any negative dialogue 8. If talking about politics or controversial issues, do not personalize the issues being discussed. 9. Show affection 10. Be a good listener, besides a good talker. 11. Avoid bragging. (bragging beseeches envy) 12. Avoid getting angry...be nice...bring Love! Especially remember that many people suffering from mental health problems may be particularly vigilant or nervous at family events. Don't highlight their problems; don't play arm-chair psychologist, and try not to be placating...There's no guarantee here, but I'll bet you that if the whole mishpuka follows the above guidelines, you'll have one of the happiest, and peaceful family dinners you've ever had. Happy & healthy holidays to all...

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of arthritis or with other health conditions. Lifestyle - As important as it is to work with your doctor to manage your arthritis, self-management is also essential. Lifestyle habits such as staying active and watching your weight can help reduce the pain of arthritis and improve function, according to the CDC. Engage in at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise at least five days a week; it's OK to break that time into 10-minute intervals, the CDC says. Carrying excess weight can make your arthritis worse, and losing just 11 pounds can improve mobility and reduce pain. It's im-

portant to manage your weight as part of your overall arthritis treatment. The CDC estimates that the number of people with arthritis will increase to 67 million by 2030. As more people struggle with arthritis' debilitating effects, simple, cost-effective home therapies may help millions more find relief.

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Fatigue? Weakness? Headache? What to Know About Iron Deficiency

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From Page 2C ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– from evaporating too quickly. When any or all of the layers are not functioning correctly, the tears may become unstable or the tears may evaporate too quickly, resulting in dry eye. Common causes of dry eye During winter months, many experience dry eye as humidity levels drop and home heating systems are activated resulting in drier air. This often causes tears to evaporate more quickly. Other leading causes of dry eye include aqueous gland dysfunction. In this situation, tear-producing glands do not produce enough tear volume, or there is less-than-optimal tear composition. Contact lens wearers are particularly susceptible to dry eye as soft lens materials require additional lubrication and a balanced tear film is vital to successful lens wearing. In many cases, medicated eye drops may exacerbate dry eye in contact lens wearers. It is estimated that up to half of contact lens wearers discontinue use due to discomfort often caused by dry eye. Relieving dry eye Many doctors and patients reach for an eye drop to provide immediate relief of dry eye. Unfortunately, that immediate relief is temporary. Much has been written about Omega-3s in recent years including its use as an effective treatment of dry eye. As a natural anti-inflammatory, Omega-3s are essential fatty acids that support healthy tear production and keep eyes moisturized. In addition to Omega-3s, other anti-inflammatory ingredients like vitamins A, D3, E, turmeric extract, green tea, and evening primrose oil, can significantly accelerate the time it takes to feel dry eye relief. Many eye care professionals are recommending oral anti-inflammatories as a first step to reduce ocular surface inflammation and regulate gland function without the unwanted side effects noted with topical agents. Managing dry eye Leading eye care professionals agree that dry eye is an ongoing issue that cannot be cured, but can be effectively managed. Oral dry eye vitamins from brands like EyePromise feature all natural ingredients, and provide dry eye relief from the inside by reducing inflammation and regulating healthy tear production. Get a jump on dry eye season this winter Consult with your eye doctor about an exam to determine the type of dry eye you may have, and for more information on oral anti-inflammatory eye vitamins.

you should be properly diagnosed by your healthcare professional for an iron deficiency. However, once diagnosed, there are ways to help treat and reduce your deficiency. Increasing iron intake can be as easy as making adjustments to your diet. There are several foods that contain a large amount of iron and can help restore the body's iron level. Some of these foods are: * Red meat, fish and poultry * Egg yolk * Dark, leafy greens * Beans, lentils, chick peas and soy beans

* Dried fruit An iron-friendly diet should, in addition, consist of foods high in vitamin C, such as orange juice and tomatoes. While maintaining a well-balanced diet can help supply the body with iron, sometimes it isn't enough. In cases such as these, an iron supplement is usually recommended. However, up to 47 percent of people who take iron supplements experience one or more side effects, such as nausea or constipation. In some cases, it is bad enough to make them stop their iron treatment altogether.

Often times, people are unaware that there are different forms of iron that may work better for their body's individual needs. Someone who tolerates iron supplements well might require a different form of iron than someone who often experiences side effects from their oral iron therapy. For those with a sensitive system, there are alternative supplements, like Feosol Complete, that provide the body with iron while minimizing common intestinal side effects such as nausea or constipation (www.Feosol.com).


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CITY COMMISSION IS SET

Mayor Joy Cooper, Vice Mayor Alexander Lewy and Commissioner Anthony Sanders welcomes Bill Julian and Michele Lazarow

Hallandale Beach City Commissioners took the oath of office and were assigned seats Monday, Nov. 19, fulfilling a City Charter change approved by voters in the Tuesday, Nov. 6, general election. Voters overwhelmingly supported a City Charter change to assign seats numbers and require future candidates to declare

for a specific seat. Once seated, the new board unanimously elected Commissioner Alexander Lewy as Vice Mayor. Three City Commissioners and Mayor Joy Cooper took the oath of office at the special meeting. Reelected City Commissioner Anthony Sanders was assigned seat 1; new

City Commissioner William “Bill” Julian was assigned seat 3, and new City Commissioner Michele Lazarow was assigned seat 4. The seat held by Commissioner Alexander Lewy was not up for re-election. Vice Mayor Lewy was assigned seat 2. The Mayor’s Office does not have a seat designation.

Hallandale Beach Fire Rescue leads helping hand after Hurricane Sandy

Three Hallandale Beach Fire Rescue staff spent about three weeks in Long Beach, N.Y., tending to the medical needs of victims of Hurricane Sandy. The firefighter/paramedics were part of the FL-5 DMAT team sent to help the victims in areas where hospitals were closed by the hurricane. The Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT) included 40 members from throughout South Florida. Assigned to a field hospital set up on a soccer field in Long Beach, were, from left, Firefighter/Paramedic Francisco Deuringer, Division Chief Mark Ellis, and Firefighter/Paramedic Jennifer Scheiblich. The team returned home last weekend. (Photo courtesy Division Chief Mark Ellis)

All City Commission seats and the Mayor’s Office are fouryear terms. Commission seats 1 and 2 have two years remaining on their offices and will be up for election in 2014. Commission seats 3 and 4, and the Mayor’s office will be contested in 2016.

The Hallandale Beach electorate supported the City Charter change 6,090 to 3,844, to modify the way City Commissioners run for office and are elected. The change requires commissioners to declare for a specific seat.

Candidates may only run for one seat. In the past, City Commission candidates would run at-large for all open seats, and the highest vote getters would be seated. All City Commission seats and the Mayor’s Of-

fice are four-year terms. Commission seats 1 and 2 have two years remaining on their offices and will be up for election in 2014. Commission seats 3 and 4, and the Mayor’s office will be contested in 2016.

HOLIDAY LIGHTS City will light up the holiday season at the annual Holiday Celebration, Nov. 30

Hallandale Beach will light up the holiday season at the annual Holiday Celebration, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., Friday night, Nov. 30, at 1750 East Hallandale Beach Boulevard. The Holiday Celebration lights are setup along the median. The event will include carnival-style amusement rides, music and dance performances, plenty of food and a visit from Santa Claus. There is no charge for the Holiday Celebration; however, the amusement rides will have a charge. Visitors may obtain an unlimited ride pass for $3 at the event. Hallandale Beach Parks and Recreation Department and the City’s Public Works Division worked to get the lights and event ready to get area residents in the mood for the holiday season. For more information, please contact the City of Hallandale Beach Parks and Recreation Department, 954-457-1452.


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CLINICIANS Nicole Davis Psy.D., J.D. Licensed Psychologist - Executive Director

Delta Psychological Group: Facilitating change in our community through mental health services

Is It Time For a Change? How Therapy Works and How to Know When We Need It By Jodi Brazlavsky, LCSW - South Florida Sun Times

Many of us struggle day to day with something that has knocked us off balance. For some, the issues are specific. For others, it may be difficult to pinpoint the cause of our distress. One thing is certain. Each of us has dealt with or will deal with uncertainty and difficult times during our lives. The purpose of therapy is well-defined. The relationship between therapist and client is different from our relationships with family or friends. The therapeutic alliance is one that is marked with empathy and unconditional positive regard. Even though clients present with different issues in treatment, ironically, I am often asked one common question, “Can you help me?” With a strong therapeutic relationship notable gains can be achieved. Therapeutic outcomes can never be predetermined, but as a clinician I see myself as a catalyst for change. Therapy can be hard work. The process can help us to answer questions we have about our lives and feelings: Have we been honest with our spouse? Have we made the right decisions for our children? Have we enabled family members to manipulate or to

take advantage of us? It forces us to look inward, but with the help of an objective eye and nonjudgmental support, and this process of self-exploration can be productive and enlightening. The therapeutic process assists us in taking a closer look into our individuality, at our own selfworth. This helps us in getting our needs met. Therapy promotes empowerment, cultivates strengths and helps to develop better coping skills. But how exactly does this happen? The idea of empowerment and how it relates to the therapeutic process is important for my clients to understand. It means that I encourage individuals that I work with to develop skills that help them to take on new perspectives, thereby allowing them to manage obstacles in their lives. Whether an individual is dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, divorce, or substance abuse, one thing remains the same: We are not powerless in our relationships, feelings and/or decisions. We all have the ability to change and therapy can be a great way to facilitate this process. With the holidays coming upon us and in the face of the New Year we can create inner peace with the idea that our goals are possible. Location / Directions Directions from Interstate 95: Take the Miami Gardens Dr. exit of Interstate 95 East towards Biscayne Blvd. / US-1. Our office is conveniently located in the Gateway Centre. We are 1/2 mile East of US-1, one block behind Wells Fargo Bank.

Delta Psychological Group 2750 N.E. 185th Street, Suite 305 Aventura, Florida 33180 (Gateway Centre) Executive Board: Alison Morris, LMFT, Anthony W. Tanona, PsyD, Jodi Brazlavsky, LCSW, Nicole Davis, PsyD, JD

Office: (305) 933-5733 Fax: (305) 933-5233 www.deltapsychgroup.com

Services Delta Psychological Group is made up of highly trained and experienced clinicians. We are committed to providing the highest quality services available to you and your family or organization. We offer comprehensive, evidence-based psychological services to the entire South Florida region. • Individual, family and group psychotherapy • Psychiatric treatment • Psychological & psychoeducational assessments

• Adult and juvenile forensic assessment • Consultation services • Seminars and training

Areas Of Specialization Include: • Child/adolescent issues, including ADHD, academic problems, behavior management • Family systems issues, including blended families, adoption, divorce/custody issues, parenting skills • Depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, phobias • Anger management, assertiveness training • Personal growth, vocational issues/assessment • Psychoeducational testing, including gifted, achievement, and learning disabilities • Forensic services, including mental state at the time of the offense, treatment amenability/needs, downward departure/direct file, parenting/family evaluations, visitation

Powerful Parenting An Innovative Parent Training Program for Strengthening Parenting Skills ¥ Have you been experiencing difficulty controlling your childÕs behavior? ¥ Has your child been acting out irresponsibly, aggressively or out of control? ¥ Do you have a hard time communicating with your child? ¥ Do you feel like you just canÕt get through to your child? ¥ Does your child have a hard time following directions?

Dr. Davis specializes in the treatment and evaluation of adolescents and adults, and offers forensic services including family assessments, interventions and consultation.Ê She also offers individual and family therapy services, along with psychological testing. Dr. Davis has experience with family systems issues, crisis management, mood, anxiety and personality disorders.Ê Anthony W. Tanona Psy.D. Licensed Psychologist - Executive Director Dr. Tanona specializes in the treatment and assessment of children, adolescents, and adults with emotional and behavioral issues. He provides individual, family, and couples psychotherapy; in addition to psychological testing. Dr. Tanona has significant experience with ADHD, depression, anxiety, coping with divorce, oppositional and defiant behaviors, and anger management. Jodi Brazlavsky L.C.S.W. Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Mrs. Brazlavsky works primarily with children and adults who have suffered brain/spinal cord injuries and neurological impairment. She also provides cognitive-behavioral therapy, supportive counseling and psychotherapy for children and adults who may be experiencing anxiety, depression and family stressors. Alison Morris L.M.F.T. Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Ms. Morris provides individual, couples, and family therapy to individuals of all ages. She specializes in relationship issues, adjustment to life stressors, sexual orientation concerns, and emotional and behavioral disorders. Janette Rodriguez Psy.D. Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Rodriguez-VarelaÕs services include individual and group psychotherapy and education, as well as psychological assessment. Her specialties include trauma and health psychology, and she understands stress and its relationship with the mind and body. English and Spanish speaking. Irina Fredericks Ph.D., L.M.H.C. Licensed Mental Health Counselor Dr. Fredericks provides assessment and counseling for all ages: anxiety-related issues, including phobia,Êpanic disorders, andÊschool refusal.Ê She specializes in cognitive restructuring, behavioralÊmanagement,Êand family relationship skills training. English and Russian speaking. Melissa D. Jackson M.D. Board Certified Psychiatrist

Dr. Jackson specializes in the psychiatric treatment of children, adolescents and adults.ÊShe provides psychiatric evaluation, medication management, and psychotherapy to address depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD, anxiety disorders, behavioral disorders, autistic spectrum disorders, and psychosis. Delta Psychological Group is a team of independent contractors consisting of licensed psychologists, mental health counselors and a psychiatrist.

Powerful Parenting is a program at Delta Psychological Group that focuses on strengthening parent-child relationships and parenting skills. Through interactive discussions, case vignettes and personal experiences, you can learm techniques to save your relationship with your child within a matter of weeks. Being a great parent is hard, but not impossible. Sometimes we just need a little help. After all, children are not born with instruction manuals.


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Food and drink recipes inspired by the hottest trends of the season will make your holiday gatherings sizzle

(BPT) - The holidays will be here before you know it, and if you're not sure how you're going to wow your friends and family this year, Betty Crocker offers up these ideas - inspired by the hottest food trends of the season."Our team of food lovers at the Betty Crocker Kitchens selected what we think will

be the season's most popular food trends. Using these trends as inspiration, we created new recipes perfect for holiday get-togethers, family-time baking and gift giving," says Kristen Olson, food editor at Betty Crocker. From cooking and baking with craft beer to families making memories with playful recipes there is

something for everyone. SWEET SURPRISE Alfajores Hidden Surprise Cookies: This year, secret ingredients, hidden surprises and revealing colors are on the menu. Put a new twist on an old classic by stacking these Argentinean sandwich cookies triple high and adding a secret pocket filled with

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Gluten Free Chocolate Truffle Cakes: Gluten free baking has come a long way. These indulgent mini cakes are filled and topped with ganache and sprinkled with crystallized ginger, pistachios and cacao nibs. BEER CRAFT Chocolate Stout Caramel Corn: Craft

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FAMILY KITCHEN Elf Food: Families are getting creative in the kitchen, with adults and kids using playful recipes as a way to connect over food and craft.- Together, they are making so much more than food - they're making memories.- A surefire way to lure elves from their hiding spots: combine candy sprinkles, maple syrup and tiny doughnuts (made from Cheerios!) for an irresistible mix. Try the 18 Layer Red Velvet Cake to wow your guests, or the Craft Beer Caramel Corn for a great food gift. Find all the red hot holiday trends and recipes at www.BettyCrocker.com/r edhot. 18 LAYER RED VELVET CAKE With just a little effort on your part, this cake manages to create maximum "wow" factor for guests. White Cake1 box Betty Crocker SuperMoist white cake mix1 1/4 cups water1/3 cup vegetable oil3 eggsRed Velvet Cake1 box Betty Crocker SuperMoist German chocolate cake mix1 cup water1/2 cup vegetable oil3 eggs2 tablespoons

unsweetened baking cocoa1 bottle (1 ounce) red liquid food color (about 2 tablespoons)Frosting2 1/2 cups marshmallow creme (from two 7-ounce jars)1 1/2 cups butter, softened1 teaspoon vanilla1 to 2 tablespoons milk4 1/2 cups powdered sugar.

1.- Heat oven to 350 F. Spray 3 (8-inch) round cake pans with cooking spray. Line bottom of each pan with cooking parchment paper. Spray parchment paper with cooking spray.2. In large bowl, beat White Cake ingredients on low speed 30 seconds, then on medium speed 2 minutes, scraping bowl occasionally. Loosely cover and refrigerate.3. In another large bowl, beat Red Velvet Cake ingredients on low speed 30 seconds, then on medium speed 2 minutes, scraping bowl occasionally.4. Spread 1/2 cup red velvet batter in bottom of each pan. Loosely cover and refrigerate remaining batter. Place all 3 pans on oven rack positioned in center of oven. Bake about 8 minutes or until cake is set when lightly touched in center.5. For next cake layer, spread 1/2 cup white batter evenly over each baked red velvet layer. Bake 8 to 10 minutes or until cake is set when lightly touched in center.-

6. Repeat steps 4 and 5, twice, baking 9 to 12 minutes per layer or until top of cake layer is set when lightly touched in center.7. Cool 10 minutes. Remove cakes from pans; remove parchment paper from bottoms of cakes. Cool completely, about 30 minutes.8. Meanwhile, in large bowl, beat marshmallow creme, butter, vanilla and 1 tablespoon milk with electric mixer on medium speed until blended. Beat in powdered sugar until fluffy. If necessary, beat in more milk, a few drops at a time until spreading consistency.9. To assemble, stack cake layers, spreading 1/2 cup frosting between each layer. Spread remaining frosting on side and top of cake.-

3. In 2-quart saucepan, heat beer over medium heat, stirring frequently, until reduced to 1/4 cup, about 6 minutes. Pour into glass liquid measuring cup to confirm measure. Add back to saucepan. Stir in brown sugar, syrup and butter. Cook over medium heat

CHOCOLATE STOUT CARAMEL CORN For a sweet treat that's all grown up, try this rich-tasting play on the craft beer trend. 8 cups popped popcorn1 cup roasted salted almonds1/2 cup stout beer1/4 cup packed brown sugar1/4 cup brown rice syrup or corn syrup3 tablespoons butter1/4 teaspoon salt1 cup chopped premium milk chocolate (6 ounces).

1. Heat oven to 300 F. Line two 15x10x1-inch pans with foil. Spray foil with cooking spray.2. In large bowl, place popcorn and almonds; set aside.-

until bubbly around edges, stirring occasionally.4. Reduce heat to medium-low; cook about 5 minutes longer, stirring occasionally, until thickened and syrupy. Remove from heat; carefully stir in salt. Pour over popcorn mix in

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bowl; toss until evenly coated. Spread popcorn mixture in pans.5. Bake 20 minutes, stirring every 5 minutes, to caramelize mixture. Cool completely, about 1 hour. Break into pieces; stir in chocolate. Store in airtight container.

Why Do You Love American Lamb?

(NewsUSA) - How is your family loving lamb this holiday season? Whether slow-cooked shanks for a family feast, minted lamb meatballs for a party buffet or a stunning roast to serve as the centerpiece for a holiday celebration, American lamb is a fresh and flavorful way to enjoy the holidays with loved ones. We want to hear from "ewe." Tell the American Lamb Board how you're preparing lamb for your family this winter, and you could win the American Lamb Family Recipe Contest. From now through December 14, fans of lamb are invited to post their ewe-nique family recipes plus a quote about why they love American Lamb on the American Lamb Board's Facebook Page, www.facebook.com/AmericanLamb. Weekly winners, chosen at random, will receive a lamb cut of their choice for a family feast. A panel of lamb-lovin' chefs will review all entries and choose a grand-prize winner, who will receive a $500 gift certificate to a restaurant in their home town that serves American lamb. The winner will be announced on December 17 via Facebook and Twitter. To get you started in the kitchen, our American Lamb family has a recipe ideal for sharing with your own flock: PECAN-CRUSTED RACK OF LAMB 8 servings 2 American Lamb racks, frenched 2 tablespoons oil 1 teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons coarse grain mustard 2 cloves minced garlic 3/4 cup fresh bread crumbs 3/4 cup toasted and chopped pecans 4 tablespoons chopped fresh rosemary, divided 4 ounces semi-soft goat cheese, crumbled 1 cup balsamic vinegar

Rub lamb with oil and salt. Place in a roasting pan, fat side down. Roast at 425 degrees F for 8 minutes; turn and roast an additional 8 minutes. Remove from oven. Combine mustard, garlic, bread crumbs, 2 tablespoons of the rosemary and cheese. Spread over lamb. Return to oven; cook 15 minutes, until crust is golden brown. Remove from oven; cover with foil to keep warm. In saucepan, combine vinegar and remaining 2 tablespoons of rosemary; simmer for 6 to 8 minutes or until reduced to half. Slice lamb into individual chops; drizzle sauce over chops. Serve with roasted butternut squash.

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