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Nov – Dec 2017 | Issue 31

Coastal Culture | Palm Beach & Broward County

THE LOCAL BUSINESS ISSUE


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CONTENTS

THE LOCAL BUSINESS ISSUE 18

Jayson Koss Founder of Delivery Dudes on the early days, creating win-wins and crushing it.

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Libby Volgyes

In a media world where many claim the title of “food photographer,” Libby lets her work do the talking.

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AJ Brockman

Meet the man behind The Lake Park Arts District who helped revitalize an area and create a culture from scratch.

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Lessons Learned By Local Business Owners

We asked a few local business owners “What’s the biggest lesson you’ve learned while running your business?”

CURRENTS

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Grace’s Fine Foods

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The Funky Biscuit

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Swell Gallery

Cover art by Richard Vergez


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PUBLISHER Dustin Wright | Dustin@theatlanticcurrent.com

ASSOCIATE EDITOR Danny Wright | Dan@theatlanticcurrent.com

PUBLICATION DESIGN Richard Vergez | richardvergez.com

PHOTOGRAPHY Ben Hicks | bocaratonphoto.com Ian Jacob | ianjacobphotography.com

CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Libby Volgyes J. Skolnick

WRITERS Darien Davies David Rolland Savannah Sheehan Sean Gordon

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COMMUNITY

THIS IS A PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT Local Businesses (Still) Need Your Help Hurricane Irma came and did her thing, unleashing her fury on our beloved state from Key West to who knows where. Untold thousands of folks, including our friends, relatives, and people we’ll never meet were impacted and will continue in recovery mode for months to come. Our local businesses are still feeling the impact and their recovery will take awhile too. According to the brainiacs at Dun and Bradstreet, over 199,000 businesses in Palm Beach County were potentially impacted. What might surprise you is that 79.4% of Palm Beach County businesses are classified as a “small business”, based on sales revenue and the number of employees. It is our local, small businesses that need the most help. Small businesses serve as the backbone of our local economy, and when disasters like Irma strike they are impacted much differently than large companies with lots of operating capital. Costs like payroll, rent, utilities, and operating expenses continue while revenue drops to zero. Let alone the additional costs of preparing for storms like Irma. Tack on the high cost of repairs due to wind, water, etc and you’ve got a potentially bad situation that may lead to a small business having to completely shut down. Ask any small business owner what being closed for a few weeks means… So, what can we do to help? If your income wasn’t effected by the storm, we should consider it our duty as locals to go out and spend with those who were. We have plenty of loyal advertisers who could use your support, along with countless other businesses from here down to the Keys. Join us in helping to get everyone back on their feet. Thanks, The Atlantic Current Crew

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EVENTS

DEC 2&3

RIPTIDE MUSIC FESTIVAL — FORT LAUDERDALE BEACH Shake off your Hurricane Irma hangover with 2 days of outrageous jams on Fort Lauderdale Beach. Bands include Cage The Elephant (pictured here), Weezer, Boyz II Men, KC and The Sunshine Band, Morris Day and The Time, Iration, Portugal The Man and many more. One and two-day tickets available but you’d better hurry and get yours before they sell out. VIP packages available too. Check website for lineups and ticket info — riptidefest.com. NOVEMBER 1

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Puerto Rico Benefit

FAU Football vs Marshall

@ Funky Biscuit feat Afinka Funk and Special Guests

Gingersnap Beer Release @ Due South Brewing — Boynton

1-5 2017 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2 Day of the Dead Mexican Standoff Release @ Due South Brewing — Boynton

@ FAU Stadium

Old School Square Free Friday Concerts feat N2 Nation (Motown)

@ Esplanade Park

4-5 Rockfest 80’s feat Joan Jett, Cheap Trick, Quiet Riot, Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Outlaws, Foghat, and more

Blue Tuesdays

@ Boston’s on the Beach feat. Bill “Sauce Boss” Wharton

7-8 Ringo Starr and His All Star Band

The Get Right Band @ Guanabanas — Jupiter

Uproot Hootenanny

@ Son’s and Daughter’s Farm and Winery — Lake Worth

Slip and the Spinouts

@ The Duck Tavern — Boca

Matt Scofield

@ Funky Biscuit — Boca

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@ CB Smith Park, Pembroke Pines

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Uproot Hootenanny

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@ Guanabanas — Jupiter

Tracy Morgan

Jim and The Sweets

Uproot Hootenanny @ C.W.S. Bar and Kitchen — Lake Worth

@ Hard Rock Live

Grass Is Dead

@ Guanabanas—Jupiter

Albert Castiglia CD Release Party

Chris Evert/Raymond James Pro Celebrity Tennis Classic

Nappy Roots w/ Jephte, Rilco, and Crack Daniels

@ Funky Biscuit — Boca

@ Kelsey Theater — Lake Park

@ Voltaire — Clematis

Sawyer Fredericks— Winner of The Voice Season 8 @ Funky Biscuit — Boca

Dolphins vs Raiders

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Shana Falana, Lindsay Mills, Turtle Grenade @ Voltaire — Clematis

Ambrosia

@ Hard Rock Stadium

@ Boston’s on the Beach — Delray

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Monday Night Reggae feat. Brothers United

Old School Square Free Friday Concerts feat Orange Sunshine (60’s)

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@ Parker Playhouse — Fort Lauderdale

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Ft. Lauderdale Craft Beer Summer Games 2017

String Theory

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@ Guanabanas — Jupiter @ Boston’s on the Beach — Delray

String Assassins @ Brewhouse Gallery — Lake Park

Jimi Robinette Trio @ Deck 84 (Afternoon Performance)

Lindsay Buckingham and Christine McVie @ Hard Rock Live

Boca Green Market @ Royal Palm Place (Every Saturday)

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History of The Lake Park Arts District May 14, 2014 Opening of Brewhouse Gallery.

May 16, 2015

October 2015 Purchased the entire Plaza and launched.

One year anniversary and expansion into “The Cave�. Added a 42 line draft system.

The Lake Park Arts District

February 2016 Indigogo fundraising campaign which was the most successful theater fundraising campaign in their history (at that time). Over $40,000 in donations to renovate the theater.

May 14, 2016 Brewhouse Two Year Anniversary and the official grand opening of

May 13, 2017 January 2017 The first Back Alley Mural Festival, beginning the process of covering our entire building in murals.

Come visit and be a part of the progress.

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Three year anniversary

of Brewhouse, one year anniversary of the theater and the next 300 feet of our mural project.

July 27 2017 Our official 501(c)(3) nonprofit status for Kelsey Cares. A nonprofit organization that allows us to continue our mural projects and fund all art related projects in the Arts District.

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EVENTS

11-12 18th Annual Juno Beach Craft Festival on the Ocean 12 JP Soars and the Red Hots @ Voltaire — Clematis

8th Annual Miami/ Coral Gables Food, Wine, and Spirits Festival

@ Downtown — Coral Gables

Jay Z

@ American Airlines Arena

FAU Women’s Basketball Home Opener vs Mercer Sammy Hagar and the Circle w/ Michael Anthony, Jason Bonham, and Vic Johnson @ Pompano Beach Amphitheater

15 Scale The Summit, Angel Vivaldi, and Andy James

@ Kelsey Theater — Lake Park

The Bumpin’ Uglies

DEC 14

BILL BURR @ HARD ROCK LIVE — HOLLYWOOD Whether you know Bill from his Monday Morning Podcast or in the Netflix series “F Is For Family” this is one comic you don’t want to miss. With his reputation for “rage-filled humor” or maybe “that loud guy in the bar”, Bill Burr’s spot-on, biting take on social issues is both hilarious and extremely thought-provoking. Get your tickets now.

@ Guanabanas — Jupiter

16 FAU Men’s Basketball Home Opener vs Edward Waters Eric Lindell

@ Funky Biscuit — Boca

The Movement w/ New Kingston and Reinstated

@ Kelsey Theater — Lake Park

17 Old School Square Free Friday Concerts feat. Classic Rock Therapy — Delray

18 FAU Football vs FIU @ FAU Stadium — Boca

Civil Society 2 Year Anniversary

The Southern Belles @ Guanabanas — Jupiter

The Livesays

@ Boston’s on the Beach — Delray

3rd Annual BandSandBrews Craft Beer and Music Festival For A Cause

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2017 Ford P1 Fort Lauderdale Aqua X Grand Prix

Morning Fatty

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@ The Duck Tavern — Boca @ American Airlines Arena

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4th Annual South Florida Musician’s Assistance Foundation Benefit Concert feat. Bluestone, Albert Castiglia, Crazy Fingers and more

Stone Mojo

Rock Painting w/ Sara LaPierre @ Brewhouse Gallery — Lake Park

@ Funky Biscuit — Boca

The Original Wailers and Zach Deputy @ Culture Room — Ft. Lauderdale Photo: Robert Clark

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Scott Avery

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@ Old School Square — Delray

Annual 100 Foot Christmas Tree Lighting

@ Bonfire Concert Series — Lake Worth

Blue Friends Beach Cleanup Delray Beach Green Market

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Uproot Hootenanny

J.C. Dwyer Trio

@ Deck 84 — Delray

@ 1050 Military Trail (Sundays)

@ Old School Square — Delray

@ Seabreeze Amphitheater — Jupiter

@ Hard Rock Stadium

Palm Beach Gardens Green Market

@ Guanabanas — Jupiter

Old School Square Free Friday Concerts feat. The Long Run (Eagles Tribute)

@ Loggerhead Marinelife Center — Juno

Dolphins vs Bucs

— Jupiter

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Photo: Joseph Llanes

— Delray

@ Deck 84 (Afternoon Performance) — Delray

25-26 18th Annual Downtown Delray Beach Thanksgiving Weekend Art Fest 26 Jupiter Artisan and Green Market @ Harbourside (Sundays)

Lady Gaga United

DECEMBER 1 Juke

@ Guanabanas — Jupiter

2 Uproot Hootenanny 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY PARTY @ Funky Biscuit — Boca Delray Beach Surf Festival

Carols By Candlelight

@ Old School Square - Delray

FAU Men’s Basketball vs Bethune-Cookman

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FLEETWOOD MAX

Pavilion | Nov. 11 | 8 pm

music @

CAPITOL STEPS

TANGO BUENOS AIRES

Crest Theatre | Dec. 1 | 8 pm

dance @

JASON BISHOP

Crest Theatre | Jan. 3 & 4 | 8 pm

Crest Theatre | Jan. 6 & 7 | 2/8 pm

NAT GEO LIVE: CHAD PREGRACKE

THE MARVIN GAYE EXPERIENCE

comedy @

Crest Theatre | Mar. 8 | 7 pm

speaker/environmentalist @

PAVILION | 7:30 PM Nov. 3 - N2 Nation - Motown Covers Nov. 10 - Classic Rock Therapy Nov. 17 - Orange Sunshine - 60’s Hits Nov. 24 - The Long Run - Eagles Tribute Dec. 1 - Higher Ground - Top 40 Dec. 8 - Simply Tina - Tina Turner Tribute Dec. 15 - TK Blue and the UNCOOL - R&B/Blues Dec. 22 - The Clique - Pop/Rock Dec. 29 - Big City Dogs - Classic Rock/Blues Jan. 5 - Tony Succar & Mixtura Band - Latin Jan. 12 - The Kinected - Pop/Electro/Indie Rock Jan. 19 - Artikal Sound System - Reggae/R&B Jan. 26 - B Street Band - Bruce Springsteen Tribute 15

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Crest Theatre | Mar. 10 | 8 pm

music @

CAROLS BY CANDLELIGHT Pavilion | Dec. 2 | 7 pm

music @

NAT GEO LIVE: ANNIE GRIFFITHS Crest Theatre | Feb. 15 | 7 pm

speaker/photojournalist @

CATAPULT

Crest Theatre | Mar. 16 | 8 pm

2017-18 SEASON

dance @

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EVENTS Delray Beach Green Market @ Old School Square (Saturdays)

2-3 Riptide Music Festival feat. Cage The Elephant, Weezer, Boyz II Men, KC and the Sunshine Band, Iration, Portugal The Man and more — Ft. Lauderdale Beach

West Palm Beach Art Festival

A Polka Office Holiday Party feat. Alex Meixner Band

@ Kelsey Theater — Lake Park

Mighty Mystic

@ Guanabanas — Jupiter

West Palm Beach Green Market

16 Saltwater Brewery 4th Anniversary Block Party — Delray Boca Green Market @ Royal Palm Place (Every Saturday)

@ Flagler on the Waterfront (Saturdays)

Boca Green Market

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Broward Hip Hop Festival@ Sunrise Civic

Monday Night Reggae

@ Royal Palm Place

Center Amphitheater

Blue Friends Beach Cleanup @ Loggerhead

@ Armory Art Center

@ Boston’s on the Beach — Delray

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Koo Koo Kanga Roo

Earphonic

@ Guanabanas — Jupiter

Center Amphitheater

Jupiter Artisan and Green Market

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Dave Bromberg Quintet

@ Kelsey Theatre — Lake Park

@ Harbourside

Dolphins vs Broncos

Bill Burr

@ Hard Rock Live

@ Funky Biscuit — Boca

Funkabilly Playboys

@ Guanabanas — Jupiter

Katy Perry

@ American Airlines Arena

22 Spred The Dub Album Release

@ Voltaire — Clematis

Future Prezidents

@ Guanabanas — Jupiter

The Holidazed

@ Culture Room — Ft. Lauderdale

29 Josh Miles @ Brewhouse Gallery — Lake Park

on the Beach — Delray

29-30 FAU Women’s Basketball Tournament

Katy Perry

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@ American Airlines Arena

Blue Tuesdays@ Boston’s

Perpetual Groove

Old School Square Presents Canvas and Cocktails — Delray

@ Brewhouse Gallery — Lake Park

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on the Beach — Delray

@ Duck Tavern — Boca

The Flyers @ The Duck Tavern — Boca

@ Boston’s on the Beach (Afternoon Show) — Delray

Blue Tuesday’s at Boston’s on the Beach

Carey Peak Duo

Trae Pierce and the T-Stones

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SOL Party Band

@ Guanabanas — Jupiter

String Theory @ Boston’s

@ The Duck Tavern — Boca

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Girlfriend Material

@ Boston’s on the Beach — Delray

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Broward Hip Hop Festival@ Sunrise Civic

Holey Miss Moley

@ Boston’s on the Beach — Delray

@ Hard Rock Stadium

— Delray

Marinelife Center — Juno

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Uproot Hootenanny Brett Staska

@ Brewhouse Gallery — Lake Park

Uproot Hootenanny

@ Boston’s on the Beach (Afternoon Show) — Delray

Grandpa’s Cough Medicine

@ Guanabanas — Jupiter

Jedi Magic Carousel @ Brewhouse Gallery — Lake Park

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Danielle Nicole

@ Funky Biscuit — Boca

Dolphins vs Bills

The Fritz @ Guanabanas

@ Hard Rock Stadium

— Jupiter

Badfish—A Tribute to Sublime

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@ Revolution Live — Ft. Lauderdale

The Fritz Album Release Party w/ special guests Goose @ Guanabanas—Jupiter

8 Dead and Co. @ BB&T Center

Free Friday Concerts feat. Simply Tina @ Old School Square — Delray

Bill Katzman’s Degreaser

@ Voltaire — Clematis

Zero Point Zero

@ The Duck Tavern — Boca

9 Uproot Hootenanny @ Boston’s on the Beach — Delray

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DEC 16

SALTWATER BREWERY 4 YEAR ANNIVERSARY BLOCK PARTY — DELRAY BEACH This annual block party is always a must for local craft beer lovers. The event will showcase Saltwater special releases along with tons of great brews from other local favorites like Barrel of Monks, Prosperity, J. Wakefield, Bangin’ Banjo, 26 Degrees and more. Food trucks and live music will also be there to accompany the copious amount of delicious beer offerings. Visit saltwaterbrewery.com for details.

For more events, visit theatlanticcurrent.com/events


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Jayson Koss Delivering The Food and Being The Good

“If you want to grow and want to do more business, you just need to solve problems. If you solve problems, you get bigger. Then, the bigger you are, the more problems you have.”

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f you haven’t heard about Delivery Dudes, you’re either living under a rock (where they can still deliver to, by the way) or are starving. Delivery Dudes is the local, and now non-local, restaurant delivery service that brings your favorite foods directly to your pie hole, and is the delicious brainchild of Jayson Koss. Jayson, founder and owner of Delivery Dudes, started the company in 2009. He doesn’t even credit a super mind-blowing realization, either. He just realized there was a need for it and, whamo, here we are. “It was just as simple as we knew that food delivery was happening elsewhere and, at that time, the only food you could get was Rotelli or Papa John’s. I don’t even think the Chinese restaurant was delivering,” Jayson said. “So we said, ‘wow, this makes a lot of sense to do,’ and [a buddy of mine and I] started it.” He traveled around a bit during that time period, at which time the company was more of a side project. But, when he returned to Delray in 2012, he went full steam ahead. The company started out small, with only about five to fifteen deliveries per day, but with determination, persistence and sheer personal necessity, the numbers improved. “I didn’t realize that it was going to be what I was going to do. I ran deliveries because I needed money to eat,” Jayson said. “My girlfriend and I, and our little dog, were living above Deck84. We had no money and were just running deliveries. I learned that I actually enjoyed it, it made me happy, and it was easy. A lot of it was because I could be honest with my work. I wasn’t trying to pull a fast one on the restaurant owners. I realized that I could create transparent win-wins.”

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And win-wins is what it’s all about. As business grew, he started needing more drivers and more people. He saw that the drivers were having a good time and were having the same type of experience he had. So, they had the great idea to grow the business by growing the team, and giving the drivers the opportunity to work toward earning their own franchise. “It’s another amazing aspect of the business. Five years later and it’s been non-stop,” Jayson said. “If you want to grow and want to do more business, you just need to solve problems. If you solve problems, you get bigger. Then, the bigger you are, the more problems you have. It’s a cycle that consumes your life.” But, with all of that, he’s still enjoying it and realizes that stress is a choice. Their mantra is “be good, do good, have fun,” and in that order. He knows that you have to take care of yourself to do good, and makes sure that everyone knows they need to put their own oxygen mask on first. “You want to do something that makes you happy. Sometimes I get lost and don’t remember that,” Jayson said. “I didn’t mean to start [the business], which is so weird. But it was a platform for making people happy, growing the local business, and making customers happy. I wanted the drivers to have the same opportunity I did. At the end of the day, if I go back to that, that’s what we’re making happen every day.” Let’s revise that. That’s what they’re seriously making happen every day. The company is now comprised of a couple thousand people including employees and drivers, and spans across more than 40 >>


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As far as advice for an aspiring business owner? “Get a job!” (Just kidding.) “It always comes down to two choices for me. It’s either give up or keep going,” Jayson said. “If you strip it all back it comes down to those two things. You’re only playing against yourself and you just need to keep playing every day and you’ll be better.”

But, there’s a plan to make sure it doesn’t keep breaking. He said that a really awesome CEO gave him some great advice, which he values because he has since realized that being a CEO is not for him. First, you need to set the vision. Second, make sure the vision is funded and that there’s money in the bank to make the vision possible. Third, make sure the right key members of the team are there in order to fulfill that vision. In order to pass the threshold from a small business into an enterprise, he realized that he needed to enable his people and not to micromanage them.

Right now, the company is focusing on stabilizing and protecting what they have on their home turf. They are working on making their franchise program more efficient and easy to open throughout the country, as well as continuing to provide a better service for their customers. He says they had a lot of growing pains because they grew so fast for such a long time, so now they want to make the company better, stronger and more stable.

“We are constantly setting goals, hitting them, missing them, reevaluating them and resetting them. Goals for us never had to be accurate, as ridiculous as that sounds. You just have to be working toward something,” Jayson said. “Do we have three to five wet dreams? For sure. But what we try to do is have three to six-month strategies where we know what we need to get done, and why. Then we reevaluate basically every quarter. It might have made sense two months ago and it might not now.”

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“A part of me thinks that if I’m not hard on myself, then I’m not going to be good,” Jayson said. “If it was to ever be over, and it ended somewhat okay, I hope that I would be able to say, ‘Wow, amazing ride, I crushed it.’” Until then, he’s doing one delivery at a time, helping one new Dude at a time, and crushing it one day at a time. @deliverydudes


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Libby Volgyes The Real Foodie Photographer

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ou might think that being a food photographer is all glamour. Who wouldn’t? You’re surrounded by food all day. But, that’s not entirely the case. “The story of my husband’s life right now is being surrounded by gorgeous food that he’s rightfully suspicious of,” said Libby Volgyes, owner/photographer of LibbyVision. “He knows better than to try anything in our house without asking first. The food might be fake, dangerous or delicious, so at this point he sees something he wants and just walks away.” But, for Libby, it’s all worth it. She is passionately driven to photograph food and make it something new, and to put another spin on it and make it her own. >>

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“I just realized that I wanted to photograph food all day, I didn’t know if it was going to work, but I was willing to try.”

Photo by Samantha Timmermann

Although there was no “ah hah!” moment for her starting her own business, which she did in 2012, she basically did what a lot of people think about doing, but don’t. She followed her passion.

“The No. 1 rule is to create an element of movement, even though it’s not moving,” Libby said. “I try and tell stories with my food photographs. I try and tell about the chef, and the dish, and the restaurant.”

“I just realized that I wanted to photograph food all day,” Libby said. “I didn’t know if it was going to work, but I was willing to try.”

For her, the best part about being a business owner is, hands down, how she feels about work. She is excited for every day that she gets to go into work, and wholeheartedly looks forward to it. While she used to live for the weekends, now she lives for the days that she gets to shoot food.

And with that attitude and drive, she took it old-school and went door to door meeting chefs and restaurant owners with the simple “Hi, I’m Libby, and I shoot food” one-liner. Now, she is one of the most talented food photographers in South Florida, but she admits that her first photographs were terrible. However, since she recognized the growth in the industry, and was passionate about it, it was the perfect overlap, so she just kept on practicing.

“I work probably 20 hours per week more than I used to, but I am so grateful for that because I love what I do so incredibly much,” Libby said. “It’s the way I feel when I have work ahead of me. I am so grateful to have a job that I get to look forward to.”

While she’s not tired of the slow motion egg yolk waterfalling over a burger patty (am I the only one?), she does try to make it her own.

In the midst of shutter speeds and apertures, she does still have self doubt, which, to her, is the only negative of being a business owner.

“You have to ask yourself what would excite you as a photographer. Then you show that,” Libby said. “Viewers are inundated with hundreds of food photos a day. It’s up to us as creators to give you something new.”

“You don’t get to self doubt on anyone else,” Libby said. “I go through periods where I want to take better pictures, and I always want my business to be busier. There’s no one you can put it on but you.”

She does just that. If you look at her photos, you almost feel like you’re looking at an art book that happens to have food in it. There’s a certain feeling to each photo, as if it transports not only your stomach but also your mind to where it could be, what it could taste like, and how the hell do I get to eat it?

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However, that is part of her magic. She is constantly using her passion and drive to push her forward and to reinvent the next picture. Maybe it’s not even the delicious bowl of pasta that’s steaming in your face. It could be the reaction of the person across the table from you who is drooling over his perfectly charred steak and hasn’t blinked in minutes.>>


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Even though she now has years of experience under her belt, there are still some foods that make her cringe. She will always consider the hamburger as the problem child, she hates having ice cream sprung on her, and she will always need her food stylist to help her get the perfect shot for the ribbon of cheese from the pizza slice. And, like her husband, she will come home hangry after a shoot because she either couldn’t or didn’t have time to enjoy the food she was staring at for hours. Much like a chef who pours his soul into his dishes and goes home to beer and pb&j sandwiches, Libby does the same. “It kills your appetite to shoot food all day knowing that it’s cooked for the camera and not to be eaten,” Libby said. “Eating all day was the good ol’ days. Now it’s a granola bar.” And she’s still forever hungry as a business owner, too. “Unless Thomas Keller called tomorrow, I can’t imagine a situation where I’d want to work for someone else,” Libby said. “Figuring out how to run my own business gives me a lot of joy.”

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AJ Brockman The Man Behind Lake Park’s Arts District

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ake Park used to be called Kelsey City. It was named after an arts patron, Harry Kelsey. A hundred years ago, it’s where people in Palm Beach used to go to party,” AJ Brockman explained. Brockman as the owner of The Brewhouse Gallery and The Kelsey Theater, would make Harry Kelsey proud with his cultural revival of a once dead neighborhood in Lake Park. Brockman has a unique backstory. Born with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, Brockman has been in a wheelchair since he was 2 years old, but never saw his condition as a disability. He became a visual artist specializing in virtual reality painting. His talents helped him make a living as an artist, but even though his portrait of the Obama family was impressive enough that it got him an audience with the former President, he started to burn out on the hustle it took to sell his work. Those frustrations fueled the idea of opening his own gallery not only to house his work, but to showcase the many other artists in the community. >>

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After an extensive search he settled on Lake Park as the locale for The Brewhouse Gallery. “We went for the spot with the cheapest rent and the biggest space,” Brockman said with a laugh. “When we opened in 2014 our model was an art gallery that had nightly events. Within two to three months we narrowed down the concept to art on the wall with craft beers and live music.” As an artist himself, Brockman was sensitive with the needs of local artists especially their need to pay their bills. “We rent out the wall space to artists for three month periods. It keeps the art fresh and it also allows artists to keep whatever money they make from selling their art. We don’t take any commission.” Being an art focused destination, rather than simply a bar with art on the wall, filled a niche and The Brewhouse Gallery quickly expanded when the convenience store next door went out of business.

thought we could run it.” Brockman saw potential, but after sitting vacant for a decade The Kelsey Theater was in rough shape. “The bones of a theater were there, but it needed a lot of work.” Brockman set up a crowdfunding campaign which raised over $40,000 which allowed them to rip out the seats and add an impressive sound system. “In Palm Beach there are no indoor venues of this size. We’re able to fill a niche so that bands that come down to Miami can add us as another date on their tour.” In the year and a half since The Kelsey Theater reopened, they’ve been able to draw national acts like Henry Rollins, Mickey Avalon, and The Dead Kennedys. Through donations to the non-profit he started called Kelsey Cares, Brockman has been able to pay local artists to create a giant mural. The 900 foot city block long piece of art is the longest continuous mural in the entire state of Florida.

But soon after the expansion, Brockman learned the owner of the plaza that housed The Brewhouse Gallery would be selling. Panic ensued. What if the new owners raised the rent or even worse levelled the spot to build a new development? After talking to the landlord, Brockman was able to buy the plaza for a reasonable price with one stipulation, he had to reopen the historic Kelsey Theater.

Seeing The Lake Park Arts District become a destination fulfills Brockman more than any riches that might come his way from being a successful business owner. “We created a scene that is very authentic. We wanted to build a culture around art. We’ve done it by doing things different. Seeing live music, live theater and fine art in an area that didn’t have that before. That is better than any paycheck.”

“I grew up seeing shows there,” The 29 year-old Brockman said. “I

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LESSONS LEARNED From Local Business Owners

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Spodak Dental “In order for your customer to love your business, your employees have to love it first. All business is based on relationships, and the quality of your relationships will dictate the quality of your business.”

Nomad Surf Shop “Being a part of local events, charities and throwing events of your own are very important to keep the local energy going.”

Troy Ganter

Papa’s Raw Bar “Family is everything. We run our business as if we are all family. We try not to judge, we keep an open line of communication and we try to be open minded and respectful. We treat our customers with the same mentality.”

Karl Volstad

Civil Society “One of the biggest lessons we’ve learned is the management of time. There are only so many hours in a day and we have X number of things to get done. So being able to prioritize your time is critical to making sure you accomplish everything you need to on any given day.”

Albert Poliak

The Funky Biscuit “The Funky Biscuit is all about the artists and our patrons. It’s really their house… I’m just renting a room with a great view.”

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E&M Munchies Restaurant Group and Sunshine Provisions “Ignore the chatter! Only you know the right time for expansion and growth. It may take longer than anticipated, with unexpected hurdles to overcome, but when you have the right team with you, the acceleration is infinite.”

FROPRO “Be true and authentic as to why you are doing and building your business. Your story is your own and following that through the successes and challenges makes every day an absolute blessing”

Guanabanas Restaurant and Modern Juice Co. “Building a successful team isn’t about surrounding yourself with your friends. Being able to take inventory of people’s strengths and weaknesses and how they relate to the rest of the team is critical. Also, being able to be honest about my own weaknesses and then to seek out people who can balance that with their strengths has helped me build strong management teams.”

Rodney Mayo

Subculture Group “I’ve learned the best education to have in the hospitality industry is psychology. Being able to communicate with dozens of different personalities and have them work together as a team is key to success.”

Fran Andrewlevich

Tequesta Brewing Company, Twisted Trunk Brewing & Steamhorse Brewing “Coming into it you have to trust yourself. When you’re in it you have to trust your people. You can create a great product, but your staff really gives it life!”

Geoffrey Schmidt

Florida Salt Scrubs “Perhaps the biggest nugget I can impart to a would be entrepreneur is whatever it is that you aspire to do, ask yourself first “would I do this for free and still be passionately involved, enjoying it?” If not then I would suggest finding another pursuit or getting a job. Because when you are working for yourself, selflessly accepting all that comes with it, it is in those moments you become exposed to your greatest opportunities for happiness, fulfillment and success.”

Romi and Claudia

Mora Surf Boutique “If you have a dream, start now… Be creative, be inspired, inspire others. Find your niche, put in all of your heart, and go for it.”

Alex Celis

Celis Produce “Since opening our brick in mortar i’ve realized that we aren’t in the juice or produce business but in the customer service business. We strive to make every customer feel at home when they walk through our doors and I firmly believe that’s one of the main reasons for our success.”

Vaughan Dugan

Kapow! Noodle Bar “When young entrepreneurs ask me for advice, I always say the same 3 things: 1. Do what you love and the rest will follow; NEVER stop chasing your dreams! 2. Do your homework. 3. Surround yourself with a great team; there’s no bad business with great people!”

John Cortes

Tucker Dukes “You are responsible for the ultimate success or failure of your business and you are only as good as the people you surround yourself with. From your friends to your family, to the employees and vendors. The circles you associate with and the people you keep around you will be a big determining factor on your success. Look for like minded people who believe in what you are doing. Not yes men, but people who will give you good advice when you need it, cheer you on when times are tough and celebrate with you when you succeed.”

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Delivery Dudes “Move Fast & Break Things!”

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eat. The vast majority of us eat a variation of meat at least once a day if not up to three times daily. Meat comes in all forms, sizes, flavors, textures, and so on; however, do we know anything about where the meat we are so aptly shoving into our gourds comes from? I’m not here to prophesy skepticism on the meat industry, but we can’t always believe what we see. At Grace’s Fine Foods, Chef and Owner Bradley Grace demonstrates a very transparent profile of the delectable, abundantly sought after meaty provisions he proffers. Therefore, allowing your mind to rest and putting your

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Albeit quite Americanized in speech, upon listening to Bradley Grace for a period of time, you’ll pick up on a pretty contradistinctive accent. Having been born and raised in Ireland, Bradley Grace was very much shaped by his surroundings. “My family weren’t farmers, but my friends and neighbors were. When we moved to New York I saw the industrialization of the meat industry and didn’t want anything to do with it,” shared the Irish native. He was put off so much by the drastic difference in farming in the States compared to his home land that he became a vegetarian for a while. The frightening exposure to the meat industry in America did not hinder Bradley’s interests and knowledge in the industry of comestibles. When Grace moved to New York in his early 20s, he went to culinary school and worked a barrage of kitchen and butchery jobs that molded his experience with meat and his drive to sustain ethically sourced food. America’s larger metropolitan areas (such as New York) have a broader accessibility to the ethical standards of raising and producing meat that Grace stood by. “If I couldn’t source something geographically local, I sourced ethically. Small, free range, pasteurized, family owned and operated farms.” In a way, the practice of farming animals in the most humane way possible is Deck new to a 84 lot of people. It has almost become

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niche in its own right, and people like Bradley Grace seek to turn this commodity into a norm. Having said that, Grace saw a land teeming with agricultural potential and demand but not enough awareness among its inhabitants. Nearing two years ago, Bradley Grace and his wife moved to Miami, Florida — the beacon of opportunity he saw was right here in our Sunshine state. “My goal is to connect people with the element of their home state which they may not know exists.” Bradley has done just that and then some. Incorporating his two worlds, Bradley began making sausages in Miami. Reminiscent of his life abroad, sausages (or bangers as they are dubbed in Ireland) were a staple in Bradley’s diet. He remembers going to the local butcher and ordering Irish Bangers — all of this playing into his mission in life today of recreating or rather getting back to the intimate, organic, artisan way of farming, butchering, and consuming. Grace noticed all the local breweries in South Florida and how they either cannot or do not serve food. He then chose to take his sausage operation and vend at different breweries. Working under a 10x10 foot tent with two tables and a grill, Bradley grew Grace’s Fine foods in the most grass roots way, and he is still doing it. He is a resident vendor at Barrel Of Monks brewery once

a week, but he also makes appearances at Due South, Accomplice, and an array of other local Breweries. At the open of West Palm Beach’s Grandview Public Market (located in The Warehouse District), among the other eleven local, respectable, and unique businesses, Grace’s Fine Foods will have a stationary fully operating butcher shop and sandwich counter proffering up to 4 different fresh hand-made daily sausages, up to 3 different cuts of beef and pork, as well as duck, poultry, and lamb. There will be a rotating sandwich list that incorporates the meat offered at the shop including the “Breakfast all day” sandwich. A mouthwatering, taste bud stimulating hand-made Irish banger de-cased and turned into a patty, topped with cheddar cheese and a fried egg, all encompassed in a fresh brioche bun. Bradley’s skills stand on their own with what he produces and how earnestly he produces them. However, his ethical and moral foundations in how he does what he does is what is ever more remarkable. Taking a trip to simply try one of Grace’s highly desired sausages is reason enough to check out Grandview’s new opening, but stay a while and absorb the culture, knowledge, and effort that was put in for you to know what you’re actually eating. @gracesfinefoods


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KEEPS THE JAM GOING OWNER ALBERT POLIAK ON SIX YEARS OF PROVIDING LIVE MUSIC BY DAVID ROLLAND

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hese days, The Funky Biscuit often has a packed house to see national touring acts or local favorites. However, owner Albert Poliak says that wasn’t always the case. Growing up in Washington D.C., Poliak was used to having lots of choices of where to see live music. “People down here weren’t used to having a venue featuring live music five, six and often times seven nights a week. It took some heavy lifting to train people that you can go out and see a great artist on any given night.” In his younger days, Poliak was a singer, songwriter, and touring musician, playing with a variety of bands. He eventually found his way into the investment banking industry, but his passion for music remained, so he juggled the two careers

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over the next 28 years. One evening he was performing at Club 303 in Boca Raton. “The room sounded great and during a set break, someone mentioned the space may become available.” Poliak eventually decided to invest in the spot. Originally, he intended it to be a sleepy little musician’s hangout. “I wanted to tie the concept of music and food together somehow and needed a name for the place, so I sent an email to all of my musician friends asking for their suggestions and feedback”. However, when he was driving his two daughters to school one morning, he said to them “how about The Funky Biscuit?” “My daughters hated the name, but when I got home, I Googled it and discovered a site >>


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