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What, When & Where is the first bilingual magazine dedicated to adult entertainment in Palm Beach County. Here you can find information on the best alternatives for nightly entertainment such as dining, theaters, movies, musical and cultural events. We want to appeal to everyone who does not want to miss what's happening in the city. One of our immediate goals is to become the main reference to the public with the most comprehensive and updated information on entertainment. Our next goal is to cover the most important seasonal events like Equestrian events at Wellington, Golf and Tennis Events, the Boat Show, SunFest among other festivals. We want to grow with our sponsors to become the best reference magazine for your enjoyment in South Florida.

WHAT, WHEN & WHERE es la primera revista bilingüe dedicada al entretenimiento para adultos en Palm Beach County. Podrás encontrar información de las mejores alternativas de entretenimiento nocturno tales como teatros, cines, eventos culturales, musicales y recomendaciones de la mejor gastronomía. Queremos ser los anfitriones de esos visitantes que no quieren perderse lo que pasa en la ciudad; además, cubrir todos los eventos en temporadas como los Ecuestres en Wellington, Los campeonatos de Golf y Tenis, el Festival de Botes, el Sunfest entre otros. Nuestro siguiente paso será crecer junto a nuestros patrocinantes hasta convertirnos en la revista de consulta indispensable antes de salir a divertirnos en todo el Sur de la Florida.


GLAMOROUS ISLAND OF PALM BEACH

Palm Beach was born with “a silver spoon in its mouth.” Their rich pioneers arrived with a dream of building a resort in which to please the exquisite taste and the demands of the wealthy that came looking for summer in the winter season. In 1894 Henry Flagler built his first hotel, The Royal Poinciana Hotel at Lake Worth, attracting the elite to what would become a world’s premier resort destination, Palm Beach. In 1896, Flagler built a second hotel, doubling the size, he named it The Breakers. Guest as the multimillionaire Rockefellers, Vanderbilt, Asters, Andrew Carnegie, and J.P. Morgan vacationed alongside United States presidents and European nobility. Actually, Palm Beach is residence to prestigious families and celebrities. Private yachts glide up and down the beautiful Intercostals Waterways all year, mooring at marinas for overnight docking or extended visits. The island of Palm Beach is a real paradise, its blue beaches with gold sands and calm waters, very inviting to walk and/or practice water sports. In the summer everybody enjoys the water, which is just cool enough to provide relief from the sun. The most famous avenue is Worth 6

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Avenue. As the rich and famous come from all over the world to shop. It has become a distinctive destination with all these designers’ shops and first class restaurants. Stores such as Channel, Escada, Gucci, Hermes, Lois Vuitton, Tiffany & Co., Saks Fifth Avenue, Maus & Hoffman are only some of 200 designers’ stores. Plus antique shops, and Art galleries. Only to walk and see the windows is an experience that nobody can afford to miss! When you're ready to eat, the two restaurants that I like the most are Taboo, with excellent service, an exquisite menu and a romantic atmosphere. The younger generation seems to be the highest at lunchtime, when the residents take the place. The Bice Restaurant is the place to see and be seeing at night. Excellent bar to socialize, people very nicely dressed with the colours of season and very good food. If you want to stay at a waterfront hotel in the Island, places like the Palm Beach Oceanfront Inn or the Breakers are the 5 stars options, on the other hand if you want to be close to the water, like two blocks away from the ocean is the tropical Brazilian Court Hotel. This last one has a beautiful


restaurant, Café Boulud where the menu and the ambience combine the best of French food and design in a casual but elegant style. The interior patio of this hotel invites you to drink something and relax. http://www.thebraziliancourt.com/.

States. It was arguably America’s last frontier. However, with 22 bathrooms, electric lighting, central heating, an a telephone system, Whitehall was not only an impressive statement of high culture, but also perhaps the most technologically advanced home in America.

There are other interesting things to do in the island. The Flagler Museum is an absolute must-see for visitors of Palm Beach. Starting here is to discover the Gilded Age, the most fascinating period in American history. The word museum literally means “a home for the Muses of arts and literature and their works.” And, build a museum, Florida’s first museum, is exactly what Flagler did. Built in just 18 months, Whitehall was intended to be both a monumental example of high culture and high technology at the time. In 1900, when construction began, Palm Beach was one of the least developed and most remote locations in the United

The name of PALM BEACH is recognized in the world as a destination for wealthy vacationers, royalty, and celebrities. Their legacies of wealthy lifestyles have been maintained through time and make what the city is today: a great place to visit or to live.

La ciudad de Palm Beach nació en “cua de oro”; sus pioneros eran unos ricos visionarios que llegaron con el sueño de construir un resort que complaciera los gustos exquisitos de una clase social alta durante el invierno. En 1894 Henry Flagler construyó el primer hotel, El Royal Poinciana en Lake Worth, el cual logró su sueño de ser el mejor resort de los

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millonarios de su época. En el 1896, Flagler construyó el segundo hotel duplicando su tamaño, el cual es The Breakers. Multimillonarios como Rockefellers, Vanderbilt, Aster, Andrew Carnegie, and J.P. Morgan vacacionaban junto a presidentes de United States y la nobleza Europea. En la actualidad, ese glamour sigue vivo en las calles y muelles de la ciudad, llenas de gente fina y de Yates de ensueños. La avenida mas famosa es Worth Avenue. Esta avenida es donde los ricos y famosos vienen de compras. Tiene mas de 200 tiendas de diseñadores reconocidos mundialmente; tan solo caminar y disfrutar de las vitrinas es muy agradable! Cuando estén listos para comer, hay dos restaurantes que son los que mas me gustan, son Taboo y Bice. El primero tiene un menú variado, excelente servicio y una atmósfera romántica. De mediodía los visitantes son mas jóvenes que en la cena que es

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cuando los residente se apoderan del lugar. Bice restaurant es el lugar para ver y ser visto, un lugar dinámico para sociabilizar, la gente vestida con los colores y último de la moda y tanto el bar. como la comida son excelente. Ambos restaurantes algo costosos, pero un gusto que vale la pena. Si quieren alojamiento frente al mar, la isla ofrece 2 hoteles 5 estrellas, pero si tan solo quieres estar cerca, Brazilian Court es la mejor opción. Es hotel 4 estrellas con un restaurant emblemático en la zona . Café Boulud, donde combinan lo mejor de la cocina francesa en un ambiente casual muy elegante. Entre las atracciones de la isla que no puedes dejar de ver esta El Museo de Flagler, allí verán mucho de como vivían en esa época dorada en la historia de Palm Beach.


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THE ART

OF TASTING The Gourmet Corner Welcome to this page that will give you advice on good places where to enjoy good food, have a good time and be happy. Eating out should be a delightful experience that combines good company, aromas, tastes, sounds, colors, ambiance ,and camaraderie that lets you relax and have a wonderful time. We intend to provide a small, and practical guide of restaurants that offer good food, good service, good atmosphere with good prices.

Bienvenidos a esta página que le dara datos sobre buenos sitios donde disfrutar una buena comida y pasar un buen rato. Salir a comer debe ser una experiencia agradable que combine buena compañía ,aromas ,sabores, sonidos, colores, ambiente y camaradería que nos permita relajarnos y disfrutar de un rato delicioso. Intentamos proveerle una corta y práctica guía de restaurantes que ofrecen buena comida, buen ambiente y buenos precios.

CAFÉ BOULUD

Cuisine: French-American This restaurant, placed in the Brazilian Court Hotel is ideal for a romantic dinner in an elegant and relaxed ambiance. Dinning in the courtyard dining-room gives a very European feeling inviting to an after dinner drink and conversation . Service is excellent and the menu offers traditional French dishes. The wine list has good wine selection. Este restauran, situado en el Hotel Brazilian Court es ideal para una cena romántica en un ambiente elegante y relajante. El patio ofrece un estilo muy europeo que invita a una larga sobremesa. El servicio es excelente y el menú ofrece platos franceses tradicionales. La lista de vinos tiene una buena selección.

TA-BOO Restaurant & Bar

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Cuisine: American-BistroA classic that maintains its excellence, and good service. Even going for a drink at the bar is a delightful experience. A glamorous tropical ambience . Very good salads. Un restaurante de larga data que mantiene su calidad y buen servicio. Tomarse un trago en el bar es una grata experiencia. Ofrece deliciosas ensaladas a la hora del almuerzo.

BICE

Cuisine: Italian The in-place where, besides eating a delicious Italian cuisine, one finds people. Service is excellent and friendly. Great variety of Italian dishes with good quality. The terrace is a good place to meet people. El sitio de moda donde, además de disfrutar de la deliciosa cocina italiana, se encuentra gente fantástica. La terraza al aire libre rodeada de plantas

es muy grata y un buen escenario para conocer gente.

HOUSTON’S

Cuisine: American It is an excellent restaurant with an elegant casual atmosphere; the life of bar invite you to eat there or to enjoy a nice drink and good dips while waiting for your table. Then you can enjoy a very good steak or a wonderful hamburger, fresh salads , and more all served with a wide smile. Is It is a good place for family and business reunions. We will continue exploring this interesting world of wine. Until next time.

The CELLAR In pulling together this column we found a lot of things to deal with, and all are worth mentioning. But we cannot cover all about wine in one issue. There is so much to know, and learn, and drink!!!So for now we just want to mention the

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most popular varieties of wine, and we’ll go from there.

• CHARDONNAY is most closely associated with France’s Burgundy region and California’s northern valleys. • SAUVIGNON BLANC is one of the parents of the most famous grape:Cabernet Sauvignon.

• PINOT GRIGLIO is may be one of the world’s most popular wines. • RIESLING usually associated to Germany is a good dessert wine. • CABERNET SAUVIGNON of French origins is a usually medium- to –fullbodied red wine. • PINOT NOIR Is a delicate and warm red wine. • SYRAH is a combination of fruity and peppery flavors with soft tannins. • ZINFANDEL is considered the most American grape, even if its origins are from the Adriatic coast.

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LA BODEGA Organizando esta columna encontramos una infinidad de cosas a tratar. Pero no podemos cubrir todo lo relacionado al vino de una sola vez. Hay mucho por conocer, aprender y degustar!!De modo que solo vamos a mencionar las variedades de vino mas populares, y de allí continuaremos la ruta. • CHARDONNAY esta íntimamente asociado con la región de Borgoña, Francia y los valles del norte de California. • SAUVIGNON BLANCO es uno de los progenitores de la famosa cepa Cabernet Sauvignon. • PINOT GRIGLIO es uno de los vinos mas populares en el mundo. • RIESLING usualmente asociado con Alemania es un buen vino para acompañar postres. • CABERNET SAUVIGNON de origen Francés es un vino rojo bastante robusto. • PINOT NOIR es un vino delicado y con cuerpo • SYRAH es una combinación de fruta y pimienta con taninos muy suaves. • ZINFANDEL es considerado como la mas Americana de las cepas a pesar de que sus orígenes están en la costa Adriática. Continuaremos incursionando en este apasionante mundo del vino. Hasta pronto.


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THE BREWMASTER Maricely Sucre

Sensory Evaluation More and more people are enjoying wine and beer tasting these days, and the choices available have never been so diverse. Tasting is an art and it is also called sensory analysis. Obviously, you can taste without understanding the physiological mechanisms involved with the senses. However, the taster can avoid errors of perception and the influence of suggestion if he or she has some knowledge of the functioning of the taste and odor receptors and is aware of the internal and external factors which can affect judgment. It is very important to know the mechanism of how the human senses function. Every stimulus makes vibrations to the nervous system of the sensory organs (eyes, ears, nose, tongue, skin), these transmit the information to the brain and these must analyzed and interpret the stimulus. Almost every person is able to make a sensory evaluation because with just the fact of consuming a food product this process becomes a sensory analysis. There are different procedures when a taster is going to perform an evaluation; it depends on the type of the product. When tasting wine, every sense plays an important role in the sensory test. Visual impressions should be obtained first, 14

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second the aroma, third the taste. For beer, aroma impressions should be obtained first. Then small sips of sample should be taken to minimize sensory fatigue. A taster should allow 15 to 60 seconds between each sample to allow the receptors to re-adapt. When different types of samples are to be tasted, the less flavored product should be tasted first to avoid saturation. Everyone could try a tasting or sensory analysis at home; just get two bottles of different wines, for example a Malbec and a Cabernet. Serve a glass of each wine and try to evaluate the aroma and then take a sip to get the flavor impression, and pay attention. Immediately you will notice the different aromas, would you identify then? It does not matter. You already notice that they are different and it is very important! You can also describe with your own words the characteristics of each wine. Congratulations! You are already tasting or performing a sensory analysis. Tasting is a way of life; we taste everything that comes into contact with our senses. It is an exercise in moderation and common sense. Looked at this way, tasting is a means of perceiving and understanding the outside world.

Hoy en dĂ­a mas y mas personas disfrutan degustar vino y cerveza y nunca


antes se había encontrado en el mercado una gran variedad. Degustar es un arte y este es también llamado análisis sensorial. Obviamente se puede degustar sin entender el mecanismo fisiológico de los sentidos, pero el degustador puede evitar errores de percepción y ser influenciado subjetivamente si se tiene algunos conocimientos del funcionamiento de los receptores del sabor y el aroma y también estar consciente de los factores externos e internos que pueden afectar la decisión. Es muy importante conocer el mecanismo de cómo los sentidos funcionan. Cada estimulo produce vibraciones al sistema nervioso de los órganos sensoriales (ojos, oídos, nariz, lengua, piel), estos transmiten la información al cerebro y luego deben ser analizados e interpretar el estimulo. Casi todas las personas son capaces de realizar una evaluación sensorial porque con solo el hecho de consumir un alimento ya se está haciendo la misma. Existen diferentes procedimientos cuando un degustador va a realizar una degustación y esto depende del tipo de producto. Cuando se degusta vino, cada sentido juega un papel importante en la evaluación. Primero se obtiene las

Impresiones visuales, luego el aroma y de ultimo el sabor. Para cerveza, las impresiones del aroma se obtienen primero luego pequeños sorbos deben ser tomados para evitar fatiga sensorial. El degustador debe esperar entre 15 a 60 segundos entre muestras para permitir que los receptores vuelvan a su estado normal. Cuando se degustan diferentes tipos de muestras, se debe degustar primero la menos concentrada para evitar la saturación ce los sentidos. Es recomendable realizar una degustación o análisis sensorial en su casa; compre dos botellas de vino diferente, por ejemplo un Malbec y un Cabernet. Sírvase una copa de cada uno, aprecie el aroma y luego el sabor y ponga mucha atención. Inmediatamente usted se va dar cuenta la diferencia en el aroma, puede identificar la diferencia?, No importa si no puede identificarlas. Pero ya usted se dio cuenta que los dos vinos son diferentes y esto es muy importante!. Usted también puede con sus propias palabras describir, las características cada vino. Felicitaciones! Ya esta realizando una degustación o análisis sensorial. Degustar es una forma de vida; Nosotros degustamos todo lo que está en contacto con nuestros sentidos. Este es un ejercicio moderado y de sentido común. Veámoslo de esta manera, degustar es una forma de percibir y entender el mundo que nos rodea.

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THE SOMMELIER Jeffrey Luidvinosky

I am a Sommelier whose aim is to expand the aficionados knowledge of wines, by accessing all the sectors in the wine industry and seeking the evolution thereof, so that the enjoyment of wine reaches all its consumers. I am a firm believer in serving wine properly; in the proper pairing of food and wines and in the various tastes and types of wine. I respect wine and understand wine. For this reason, I wish to share my knowledge with you, so that the largest number of persons possible may benefit from this and so that wine may be appreciated in the proper manner. Cheers!!

Yo soy un Sommelier cuyo objetivo es dar a conocer a los aficionados "de los vinos mediante el acceso a todos los sectores de la industria del vino y la búsqueda de la evolución del mismo, de modo que el disfrute del vino llegue a todos sus consumidores. Soy un firme creyente en el correcto servicio del vino, en el maridaje adecuado de los alimentos y vinos y en los gustos y tipos de vino. Respeto y entiendo el vino. Por esta razón, quiero compartir mi conocimiento con ustedes, de modo que el mayor número posible de personas puedan beneficiarse de esto y que el vino se pueda apreciar en la manera apropiada. ¡Salud!

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Regular price around $25 Rosso Di Montalcino 2008 Canalicchio di Sopra, Offers classic red fruits, minerals and florals aromas, well structured tannins and a medium long finish.The pairing for this wine is a Pasta Putanesca or a classic Tuscany antipasto. Definitely a wine to have with food or at least with a few olives and cheese. Recomendable tomarlo con Pasta Putanesca o Antipasos. $ 18.99 Norton Malbec Reserva 2006 90 Points Wine Spectator . Excellent Malbec with mocha and spice aromas and hints of raspberry, fig and plum. Dark red color. Delicate, spicy notes. Very good concentration. At a recent gathering we enjoyed it with barbecued skirt steak. Recomendable para acompañar carnes en barbacoas. $35.99 a Bottle Walter Hansel Winery Pinot 2007 Noir The North Slope Russian River Valley, Sonoma, North Coast, California, USA Wine Advocate(91-93) Drink: 2008 - 2018 The 2007 Pinot Noir North Slope is another very promising Pinot Noir. Full-bodied, good acidity with notes of clove, cinnamon and black cherry. Ideal with pork chop or gnocchi with lamb ragu. Ideal puerco o noquis con salsa ragu.


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BOCA RATON Arturo's Restaurant 561-997-7373 6750 North Federal Highway Boca Raton, FL www.arturosrestaurant.com Brewwzi Glades Plaza (561) 392-BREW 2222 Glades Road Boca Raton, FL www.brewzzi.com McCormick & Schmick's (561) 394-2428 1400 Glades Road Boca Raton, FL www.mccormickandschmicks.com The Melting Pot Boca Raton (561) 997-7472 5455 N Federal Highway Boca Raton, FL

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Mississippi Sweets US 1 - Boca (561) 394-6779 2399- A North Federal Hwy Boca Raton, FL Website Under Contruction Red Lantern Chinese Restaurant 561-482-8817 Boca Raton, FL Website Under Contruction Rita's Italian Ice Boca Raton (561) 479-1740 9858 Glades Road - By Home Depot Boca Raton, FL www.ritasice.com Lucille's Bad To The Bone BBQ 561-997-9557 3011 Yamato Rd Boca Raton, Fl 561-742-7449 6691 W.Boynton Bch Blvd. Boynton Beach, FL www.badtothebonebbq.com


BOYNTON BEACH Benvenuto's 561-364-0600 1730 North Federal Highway Boynton Beach, FL www.boynton-restaurant-catering.com Carolina Ale House 561-735-7848 365 N. Congress Av. Boynton, Bch, Fl 33426 www.www.carolinaalehouse.com

Maggiano’s (561) 361-8244 21090 Saint Andrews Drive Boca Raton, FL www.maggianos.com Poppies Restaurant & Delicatessen (561) 498-4900 4900 Linton Blvd. Delray Beach, Fl 33445 www.poppiesdeliandrestaurant.com

PALM BEACH GARDENS

China Lane (561) 737-5539 6619 Boynton Beach Blvd Boynton Beach, FL Website Under Contruction

Brio (561) 622-0491 The Gardens Mall Palm Beach Gardens, FL www.brioitalian.com

Longhorn Steakhouse (561) 737-4111 501 N. Congress Ave Boynton Beach, FL www.longhornsteakhouse.com

Cabo Flats 561-624-0024 11701 Lake Victoria Dr. Palm Beach Gardens, Fl 33410 www.caboflats.com

Rice 561-374-7476, 1610 S.Federal Hwy Boynton,Bch,FL 33435 Website Under Contruction

Cafe Chardonnay 561-627-2662 4533 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens, FL www.cafechardonnay.com

Rita's Italian Ice Boynton Beach (561) 734-3966 1015 Gateway Blvd Boynton Beach, FL www.ritasice.com

DEL REY BEACH Boston's (561) 278-3364 40 S. Ocean Ave, Atlantic Blvd & A1A Delray Beach,FL www.bostonsonthebeach.com

Charlie's Gourmet Market (561) 622-9988 10800 North Military Trail, Suite 116 Palm Beach Gardens,FL www.charliesgourmetmarket.com La Bamba North Palm Beach (561) 882-1718 730 US Highway One North 6 Blocks North of Northlake Blvd North Palm Beach, FL www.labamba123.com

LaBamba, Delray Beach (561) 499-7996 4285 W. Atlantic Ave Between Congress & Military Trail Delray Beach, FL www.labamba123.com

The Melting Pot Palm Beach Gardens (561) 624-0020 11811 US Highway One Palm Beach Gardens, FL www.meltingpot.com

Caffe Luna Rosa (561) 274-9404 34 S. Ocean Blvd Delray Beach, FL www.caffelunarosa.com

Rancho Chico Mexican Restaurants 561-745-9087 Jupiter 6390 Indiantown RD 561-575-2907 Tequesta 686 N.US Hwy One 772-288-6741 Stuart 91 SW Monterey Rd www.ranchochico.net

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J Alexander's Category: american 4625 PGA Blvd Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 , (561) 694-2711

Cuisine: Breakfast Restaurants, Seafood Restaurants Contact: (561) 585-9860 Open Hours: Breakfast & Lunch daily

Seasons 52 Category: American (New) [Edit] 11611 Ellison Wilson Rd Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33408 (561) 625-5852, www.seasons52.com

Player's Club Restaurant 13410 South Shore Blvd., Wellington, FL 33414 Cuisine: Continental Restaurants, American Restaurants Contact: (561) 795-0080 Open Hours: Dinner Nightly: 5:00pm - 10:00 ( May thru October); 5:00pm - 11:00pm (November thru April)

Cantina Laredo Category: Mexican [Edit] 4635 PGA Blvd Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410, (561) 622-1223 www.cantinalaredo.com Saito Japanese Steakhouse Categories: Japanese, Steakhouses 4675 Pga Blvd West Palm Beach, FL 33418, (561) 202-6888 www.saitosteakhouse.com

IN CITY PLACE BB King’s Blues Club Phone: (561) 420-8600 / Location: Upper Level on the Muvico IMAX Plaza

LAKE WORTH

Blue Martini Phone: 835-8601 / Location: Upper level on the Muvico IMAX Plaza.

Paradiso Ristorante 625 Lucerne Avenue Lake Worth, FL 33460

Brewzzi Phone: 366-9753 / Location: Upper level above the Plaza

Bizaare Ave Cafe 921 Lake Ave Lake Worth, Fl. 33460 Telephone: 561 588 4488 Email: info@bizaareavecafe.com

Cheeburger Cheeburger Phone: 833-1997, North end of CityPlace

Benny's On The Beach Inc 10 Ocean Blvd , Lake Worth, FL Phone - (561) 582-9001 Anchor Inn Seafood Restaurant Inc 2412 Floral Rd , Lake Worth, FL Phone - (561) 965-4794 Sushi Yami Japanese Restaurant 6177 Jog Rd, #D7, Lake Worth, FL 33467 John G's Restaurant 10 S Ocean Blvd, Lake Worth, FL 33460

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Cheesecake Factory Phone: 802-3838 / Location: Corner Rosemary Ave. and Hibiscus St. City Cellar Wine Bar & Grill Phone: 366-0071 / Location: Upper level above the Plaza City Pizza Phone: 833-2323 Location: West on Hibiscus St. Field of Greens Phone: 820-2465 Location: North end of CityPlace


Il Bellagio Phone: 659-6160 / Location: On the Plaza / View Directory Map Kona Grill Phone: 253-7900 / Location: Corner of Okeechobee Blvd. & Rosemary Ave. McCormick & Schmick's Phone: 561-655-6363 Location: Okeechobee Blvd.

OPEN 24 Hours Havana Restaurant’s 6801 S. Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, FL 33405 Tel. (561) 547-9799 Cuisines: Latin food 24 hours at day, you can enjoy all of your Havana favorites! Along with Cafe con Leche, Cuban sandwiches and pastries, you can actually order straight from the

Havana dining room menu, any time of the day or night. Tacos Al Carbon 4420 Lake Worth Rd, Lake Worth, FL 33461-3936, (561) 432-8474 on military & lake worth rd. Cuisines: Mexican It is a very small establishment "down-toearth", but with authentic Mexican food in all area and everything is made fresh on the spot. They have a pick-up window 24 hrs a day and the prices are unbelievably low. My favorites items on the menu are the spicy pork crispy tacos, tostadas de carne with hot sauce and guacamole! Don Ramon - Clematis 300 Clematis St., West Palm Beach, FL, 33416 Ramon and Jose Villarino had a brilliant idea including a 24-hour walk-up in this restaurant of the mini-chain that they have. It Is the place after party in the area with tables in front. My favorite is pork

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sandwich but the most popular is Cuban sandwich wich in addition to pork has ham and chees. Prices very reasonables. Denny's 2705 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach, FL, 33409 • (561) 686-6664 Family restaurant known for its low-cost breakfasts, lunch and dinners, and late night hours. The chain is a popular locale for group meetings, after-hours meals, and all-night study sessions. Don Cafe Bakery Restaurant 136 N Military Trl, West Palm Beach, FL, 33415 • (561) 684-0074 Family restaurant with convenient location close to airport. Latin food all night long, with the best home style cooking and reasonable prices. My favorite sandwich is the Philly Cheese Steak with Cuban bread.

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NIGHT LIFE What is

SALSA?

Where did it come from? What’s Salsa Rueda? Salsa music is not something easily defined, as it did not stem from one specific place or person. Instead, it is a combination of multiple roots and cultures as well as the creativity many different persons. In general, Salsa evolved as a fusion of many Latin and Afro-Caribbean dances. It is not only Cuban; nevertheless we must give credit to Cuba for the origin and ancestry of creation, a large part of the dance originated on the island. The French who fled from Haiti brought the Danzón or the country-dance of England /France to Cuba. This dance began to mix with the African rhumbas such as Guaguanco, Colombia and Yambú. Added to this is the Són of the Cuban people, which was a mixture of the Spanish troubadour (sonero) and the African drumbeats. This type of harmonization occurred in other places like the Dominican Republic,

Venezuela, Colombia, and Puerto Rico, even though in smaller degrees as in Cuba. Bands of these countries took their music to Mexico City in the era of the famous films of Perez Prado, and shortly after, arrived to New York. It was in New York where the term "Salsa" that means sauce was created. The term became popular as nickname to refer to a variety of different music, from several countries of

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Hispanic influence: Rhumba, Són Montuno, Guaracha, Mambo, Cha cha cha, Danzón, Són, Guguanco, Cubop, Guajira, Charanga, Cumbia, Plena, Bomba, Festejo, Merengue, among others. Salsa varies from site to site. The metamorphosis of salsa to what is heard and danced in clubs today has been a long, slow, and varied process. In New York, for example, new instrumentalization and extra percussion were added to some Colombian songs so that New Yorkers that dance mambo "on the two" - can feel comfortable dancing to the rhythm and beat of the song. Now in Miami, CASINO Rueda is very popular in dance school and nightclubs. Rueda is a form of Salsa danced in a round, with one person calling out the steps. All the dancers know the moves that correspond to the calls, or hand signals. There are over 170 documented calls, and more being invented all the time. They have basic steps considered the “core” steps and are danced in a similar fashion around the world. Some of them are: Al Medio,

Abajo, Dile que No, Adios, Adios con Hermana, (called "La Prima" in Cuba and Europe) Echufe (or in Miami: Enchufla), etc. Once you get a group that is proficient in the basics, it is inevitable that they will begin to experiment, make more complex and challenging moves, and that is precisely what has happened, 24

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around the world. As music Salsa as the way people dance it varies from place to place and from one song to the next taking own identity. The diversity and complexity of the music is what keeps its listeners enticed and its dancers all night long on their toes. VIVA LA SALSA!

Que es la SALSA? La Salsa es una música difícil de definir ya que no es especifica de un solo país o persona.; por el contrario, nace de la combinación de múltiples raíces culturales. Su origen comienza en la isla de Cuba donde el Danzon traído por los franceses -haitianos, se mezclo con las rumbas africanas tales como Guaguanco, Colombia y Yambu. A esta fusión de música, se les unieron los soneros cubanos quienes les agregaron sus líricas. Esta armonización ocurrió en otros países del caribe como Puerto Rico, Colombia , Republica Dominicana y Venezuela aunque en menor grado que en Cuba. Bandas de estos países la popularizaron en México en la época del su cine dorado, y de allí brincaron a Nueva York. Fue allí donde nació el nombre de “Salsa” como nombre corto para referirse a todos esos nombres que recibía en cada uno de sus países de orígenes como eran: Mambo, Guaracha, Cha Cha Cha, Danzon, Son, Cumbia, Bomba, Merengue, Charanga entre muchos otros. La metamorfosis de como bailarlo también tiene una larga evolución. Lo ultimo que esta de moda en Miami es un tipo de salsa llamada CASINO RUEDA. Consiste en armar una rueda entre los bailarines y hay una persona que los dirige. Existen pasos básicos conocidos en todos los países que se baile Casino Rueda, pero una vez que el grupo se hace diestro en ellos, es inevitable crear otros mas complejos . Por eso hablar de


Salsa , es hablar de una música que evoluciona día a día, que varia de lugar a lugar tomando diferentes identidades. Su diversidad y complejidad mantiene fascinados tanto al bailarín como al espectador. Que Viva La Salsa!!

LATIN NIGHT IN WEST PALM BEACH! There are many nightclubs in Palm Beach that offer as part of entertainment Free Salsa Lessons. A company with several (6 -8) dancers invite everybody to follow them with basics steps. Is a lot of fun and if you don’t have a partner, is a great opportunity to dance and socialize. The dancers and teachers always interchange partners with each other to help you feel confident and relaxed if you stumble.

dance with the public. The place is small, next to restaurant but very good atmosphere. 300 Clematis Street West Palm Beach, FL 33401 • 561.832.8956 • Blue Martin: (CityPlace and Boca Raton). THURSDAY TRUE BLUE LADIES NIGHT.LADIES DRINK HALF OFF ALL NIGHT AND FREE RUM OR VODKA COCKTAILS FROM 9 - 11 PM. Live Band. Is the most popular ladies night in Downtown. • Town center: 6000 glades rd Boca Raton, FL 33431 (561) 910-2583 COCOCABANA: Restaurant Bar with latin food, live band on Friday. 2944 Jog Rd, Greenacres, FL (561) 355-0281

The hottest places in West Palm Beach with ladies drinking free , DJ’s music, and free salsa lessons are: • Off the Hooka: Early night Free salsa lesson. Teachers organize the group as in aerobic class; they mark slowly step-bystep. Better for beginners. They offer excellent Restaurant and Bar services. 314 Clematis Street West Palm Beach, FL 33401 561.853.3865(T) www.offthehookah.com • Monarchy: Only Wednesday Latin Night till 4 am. Ladies drink FREE till--12, FREE SALSA LESSONS @ 9pm. The Salsa teachers dance with the public. Very good (only Bar service). 221 Clematis St. #201 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 561.835.6601 • Don Ramon Restaurant: Friday belong to Don Lounge; with live Latin music and free Salsa Lesson. The Salsa teachers What, When & Where

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Gretta Vitta! Is a Professional Emcee and interactive Party Motivator who has and is capable of working along side the best celebrities, DJ’s and show bands all over to create a phenomenal time! Gretta Vitta! Has worked as a Professional Emcee for over 1000+ clients/venues at a corporate level (conventions, trade shows, restaurants, pageants, debutants, social events, festivals, charity events, etc.) providing quality entertainment! Her CUSTOM entertainment packages can vary from a solo appearance to several entertainers, with a band or a DJ, including her team of Professional Party Motivator Specialists! She has also appeared in numerous national television networks, trade shows, corporate events, commercials, fashion shows, casinos, and children’s events. Gretta is a dynamic girl that never stops re-inventing ways to put West Palm to dance. We invited her to a cup of coffee so that we could chat with her a bit, and learn more about her beginnings and her trajectory. We want her to share with us her secret that has put her on the map in this county with hi hopes and dreams.

Tell us Gretta, about your infancy…. I was born in Caracas, Venezuela although my name and surname as you can see come from my Italian and German ancestors who migrated to Venezuela. I loved acting since I was a little girl. I believe that my talent for acting and modeling were born as I participated in all of the school plays. I was crowned “Chica 2001” in a Venezuelan Beauty Pageant. 26

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Whom do you admire? My parents are my heroes and so is my oldest Brother who has been a role model in my life.

What do you like best about yourself? My brains (…..and she smiles with satisfaction)

You say that you feel free.

In your opinion, what do you think lets women experience freedom?


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To be faithful and honest to your ideas and feelings is what frees your body and soul.

What advice will you give women who want to carry out a change in their lives? For example, stop smoking, move to another country, or make a career change? That what is important is to think about the results and the goals.

In your opinion what are the more pressing social problems that people have to fight against? Hunger and education, 75 million children in the world still receive no education and half of the population lives with less than $2 a day. In Latin America there are 9 million children that suffer from malnutrition and 22 million that have no access to education. As long as there are hungry children in the world dying due to avoidable

causes, we are closer to being apes than a modern and sophisticated civilization. If we invest in our children today, we’ll have productive adults tomorrow and a more prosperous society. Education is the magic formula for this.

Do you assure that women today know what they want and fight to get it. Do you attribute your success to this? How did you achieve it? Along my career path I’ve had to persevere, put a lot of effort and dedication to feel satisfied with my work. I think it is very important to fight for what you feel and believe in. That is what I have done all this time. There are times when I get really tired. But I gave up many facets of my life to get to where I am now so I do my best no matter what, I love what I do and to me this is what makes one successful in life.

Gretta Vitta… La diva del entretenimiento! Gretta es una promotora de eventos que se ha sabido ganar su titulo de Diva del Entretenimiento. Ha trabajado en muchos eventos de indole social, corporativos, de caridad, en shows de television al lado de celebridades, como en las discotecas de mayor renombre en la ciudad de Palm Beach. Qusimos conocer un poco mas de ella, asi que la invitamos a tomarse un café. Gretta cuentanos de tu infancia…. Naci en Venezuela, mis ancestors de origenes italiano y aleman. Desde muy chica ya mostraba interes por actuacion y modelaje. Participe en un concurso muy conocido en mi pais, “ Chica 2001” el cual gane.

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Aseguras que la mujer de hoy sabe lo que quiere y lucha por conseguirlo. ¿A esto se debe tu éxito? ¿Cómo lo lograste? A lo largo de mi carrera he tenido que ser muy perseverante, poner mucho esfuerzo y dedicación para poder sentirme satisfecha con mi trabajo. Creo que es muy importante luchar por lo que uno cree y siente. Eso es lo que he hecho todo este tiempo. ¿Qué consejo les das a las mujeres que desean realizar un cambio en su vida? Por ejemplo, dejar de fumar, mudarse de país o elegir otra profesión. Que lo importante es pensar en los resultados, en las metas.

¿Cuáles son para ti los problemas sociales más apremiantes que se deben combatir? El hambre y la educación; 75 millones de niños en el mundo aún no reciben ningún tipo de educación y la mitad de la población vive con menos de 2 dólares al día. En Latinoamérica son nueve millones de niños pequeños los que sufren de desnutrición y 22 millones que no tienen acceso a la educación. Mientras haya un niño con hambre en el mundo, muriendo por causas evitables, estaremos aún más cerca del simio que de una civilización sofisticada y moderna. Si invertimos en nuestros niños hoy, mañana tendremos adultos productivos y una sociedad más próspera, equitativa y en paz. Para esto, la educación es la fórmula mágica.

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BUTACA VIP TOP 10 Movies The Social Network (La Red Social) Critic/Criticas: By Roger Ebert http://www.rogerebert.com Release Date/Fecha de Estreno: October 1, 2010 Certificate/Clasificada: PG- 13 Director: David Fincher Studio/Estudio: Columbia Pictures Cast/Protagonizada por: Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, Justin Timberlake Brenda Song, Rashida Jones, Max Minghella, Rooney Mara Genre/Genero: Comedy Running Time/Duracion: 2h 1min Web Site/Sitio web: http://www.thesocialnetwork-movie.com/ Synopsis/Argumento: The Social Network" explores the moment at which Facebook, the most revolutionary social phenomena of the new century, was invented -- through the warring perspectives of the super-smart young men who each claimed to be there at its inception. The result is a drama rife with both creation and destruction; one that audaciously avoids a singular POV, but instead, by tracking dueling narratives, mirrors the clashing truths and constantly morphing social relationships that define our time. Drawn from multiple sources, the film captures the visceral thrill of the heady early days of a culture-changing phenomenon in the making -- and the way it both pulled a group of young revolutionaries together and then split them apart. La cinta relata los origenes de Facebook desde que el joven Mark Zuckerberg la creara

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en febrero de 2004 como un proyecto estudiantil para la Universidad de Harvard hasta nuestros dĂ­as, cuando se ha convertido en un influyente gigante que cuenta con mĂĄs de 200 millones de usuarios en todo el mundo.

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The American (El Americano) Critic/Criticas: By Roger Ebert http://www.rogerebert.com Release Date/Fecha de Estreno: September 1, 2010 Certificate/Clasificada: PG- 13 Director: Anton Corbijn Studio/Estudio: Smokehouse Pictures Cast/Protagonizada por: George Clooney, Violante Placido, Thekla Reuten, Paolo Bonacelli Genre/Genero: Suspense, Thriller Running Time/Duracion: 1h 43min Synopsis/Argumento: As an assassin, Jack is constantly on the move and always alone. After a job in Sweden ends more harshly than expected for this American abroad, Jack retreats to the Italian countryside. He relishes being away from death for a spell as he holes up in a small medieval town. While there, Jack takes an assignment to construct a weapon for a mysterious contact, Mathilde. Savoring the peaceful quietude he finds in the mountains of Abruzzo, Jack accepts the friendship of local priest Father Benedetto and pursues a torrid liaison with a beautiful woman, Clara. Jack and Clara's time together evolves into a romance, one seemingly free of danger. But by stepping out of the shadows, Jack may be tempting fate.


George Clooney da vida a Jack, un solitario, un auténtico maestro entre asesinos. Un trabajo en Suecia no acaba tan bien como estaba previsto para este estadounidense en el extranjero, y le deja claro a su contacto Larry (Bruce Altman) que su próxima misión será la última. Jack se traslada a Italia, donde se refugia en un pueblecito y empieza a disfrutar lejos de la muerte. Una mujer belga, Mathilde (Thekla Reuten, de Escondidos en Brujas), le comunica su próxima misión tiene que ver con la fabricación de un arma. Jack se sorprende a sí mismo trabando amistad con el cura del pueblo, el padre Benedetto (el veterano actor de teatro italiano Paolo Bonacelli) y teniendo un romance con Clara (la actriz italiana Violante Placido). Pero al salir de las sombras, puede que Jack esté tentando al destino.

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Legend of the Guardians: Owls of Ga'Hoole 3D (Ga'Hoole. La Leyenda de los Guardianes) Critic/Criticas: By http://www.criticascine.com/ Release Date/Fecha de Estreno: September 24, 2010 Certificate/Clasificada: PG- for some sequences of scary action Director: Zack Snyder Studio/Estudio: Village Roadshow Voices/Voces: Jim Sturgess, Geoffrey Rush, Emily Barclay, Anthony LaPaglia, David Wenham, Ryan Kwanten, Helen Mirren Genre/Genero: Animated Running Time/Duracion: 1h 30min Synopsis/Argumento: "Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole," based on the beloved books by Kathryn Lasky. The film follows Soren, a young owl enthralled by his father's epic stories of the Guardians of Ga'Hoole, a mythic band of winged warriors who had fought a great battle to save all of owlkind from the evil Pure Ones. While Soren dreams of someday joining his heroes, his older brother, Kludd, scoffs at the notion, and yearns to hunt, fly and steal his father's favor from his younger sibling. But Kludd's jealousy has terrible consequences--causing both owlets to fall from their treetop home and right into the talons of the Pure Ones. Now it is up to Soren to make a daring escape with the help of other

brave young owls. Together they soar across the sea and through the mist to find the Great Tree, home of the legendary Guardians of Ga'Hoole--Soren's only hope of defeating the Pure Ones and saving the owl kingdoms. Se centra en la heroica lucha de un joven búho por salvar a su comunidad de las fuerzas del Mal. Su nombre es Soren, y nació en el bosque Tyto, donde hubo un tiempo en el que habitan en paz las lechuzas. Ahora la sombra del Mal planea sobre el reino de los búhos, amenazando con destruir la paz en el bosque Tyto y cambiar la vida de Soren para siempre. Para evitarlo buscará el Gran Árbol Ga'Hoole, en un viaje que se le antojará largo y angustioso. Cuando Soren y sus amigos lleguen por fin al Gran Árbol Ga'Hoole, habrán de someterse a pruebas que jamás habían soñado y afrontar desafíos que nunca habían imaginado. Si son capaces de aprender de sus jefes y unos de otros, pronto se convertirán en verdaderas lechuzas de Ga'Hoole: honestas y valientes, sabias y sinceras.

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (Wall Street: El dinero nunca duerme) Critic/Criticas: Genre/Genero: Drama

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Alpha and Omega 3D Critic/Criticas: Genre/Genero: Animation, Kids & Family

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Case 39 (Expediente 39) Critic/Criticas: Genre/Genero: Suspense, Horror and Thriller

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The Towm (Ciudad de Ladrones) Critic/Criticas: Genre/Genero: Crime, Drama, Thriller

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You again (¿Otrá vez tú?) Critic/Criticas: Genre/Genero: Comedy

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Easy A (Rumores y Mentiras) Critic/Criticas: Genre/Genero: Comedy

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Devil (La Trampa del Mal) 10 Critic/Criticas: Genre/Genero: Suspense, Thriller

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Cinemark Palace 20 - Boca Raton 3200 Airport Rd., Boca Raton, FL, 33431 (561) 395-9009 Regal Shadowood 16 9889 Glades Rd., Boca Raton, FL, 33434 (561) 482-2340 Boynton Cinema 9764 S. Military Trail, Boynton Beach, FL, 33436 • (561) 366-7500 Cinemark Boynton Beach 14 1151 N. Congress Ave., Boynton Beach, FL, 33426 Delray Square Cinemas 4809 W. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, FL, 33445 • (561) 499-9022 Movies of Delray 7421 W. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, FL, 33446 • (561) 638-0020 Regal Delray Beach 18 1660 S. Federal Hwy., Delray Beach, FL, 33483 • (561) 272-8005 Cobb Jupiter 18 204 North U.S. 1, Jupiter, FL, 33477 (561) 747-7333 - Venue Website Movies of Lake Worth 7380 Lake Worth Rd., Lake Worth, FL, 33460 • (561) 968-4545 Brahman Theaters 3 1610 S. Parrott Ave., Okeechobee,

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FL, 34974 • (863) 763-7202 Cobb Theatres - Downtown Gardens 16 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave., Palm Beach Gardens, FL, 33410 (561) 253-1444 RMP St. Lucie West 14 1900 NW. Courtyard Cir, Port St. Lucie, FL, 34986 • (772) 344-3570 Stuart Regency Cinema 8 - Stuart 2448 SE Federal Hwy., Stuart, FL, 34994 • (772) 219-8805 Reel World Theatres Wellington 8 13881 Wellington Trce, Wellington Marketplace, Wellington, FL, 33414 (561) 792-4448 Muvico Parisian 545 Hibiscus St., West Palm Beach, FL, 33401 • (561) 833-0400 Regal Royal Palm Beach Stadium 18 1003 N. State Rd. 7, West Palm Beach, FL, 33411 • (561) 795-0288 PGA Gardens Cinamax 4076 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens, FL, 33410 • (561) 627-4077


WHAT’S UP Saturday October 2 • Rush- The time machine Tour. ( rock music) Cruzan Amphitheatre, 601-7 Sansburys Way, West Palm Beach, FL 33411 • Safari Nights Palm Beach Zoo, 1301 Summit Boulevard, West Palm Beach, FL 33405. Every Friday night Through October from 5:30 to 8 pm The Great Date Night Part 1 - Laugh Out Loud 700 Park Avenue in Lake Park, Fl 33403 Time: 8pm. Tickets: $20 Per Couple, $35 Double Date (2 Couples) and $12 Individual. Box office: 561.337.6763.

Tuesday October 5 • Fall Choral Concert ,7:00p to 8:00p

at A. W. Dreyfoos, Jr. School of the Arts, Meyer Hall, 501 S. Sapodilla Dr., West Palm Beach, FL, 33401 (561) 802-6000 • Tuesday Takeove Live local bands at 309 Clematis Street in downtown West Palm Beach. • Celebrity Bartending Event Morton’s The Steakhouse, 777 South Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach, FL / Morton’s. Time: 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. More info: 561-835-9664

Wednesday October 6 • Rodney Atkins and Clay Walker in Country Music at City Place. Happy hour at 6pm. Free Concert on the Plaza.Join us at

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Blue Martini for an after party. Tom Jackson performing live! • Blue Martin in City Place. 700 S. Rosemary Avenue #200 • West Palm Beach, FL • 33401 561.366.1000 Ladies drink free rum & vodka cocktails from 9-11. ½ off specialty Martinis, cCocktails & wine for ladies all nigt. $3 Budweiser products for all. Ph: 561-835.860

Thursday October 7 • Clematis By Night Firefighter Night - The Evil Monkeys Chill out South Florida style every Thursday night in downtown West Palm Beach from 6-9pm in Centennial Square at the top of Clematis Street.For more information, please call the City of West Palm Beach Community Events Division at 561-822-1515.

Friday October 8 • Palm Beach Home Show Fall 2010 Palm Beach County Convention Center, 650 Okeechobee Boulevard, Palm Beach, FL 33401. More info: (954) 946-6164Show Hours: Friday 10/8 from 12pm - 8pm, Saturday 10/9 from 11am - 8pm and on Sunday from 11am - 6pm. Tickets: Adults $9, Children age 14 and under are free and Senior Citizens 65+ with ID > 2 for 1 Admission Friday Only. Event Days: 8; 9 &10. • Oktobe rfest in The American German Club of the Palm Beaches 5111 Lantana Road, Lake Worth, FL. 561.967.6464. • Cabaret 2010 The Atlantic Theater. 6743 West Indiantown Road #34; Jupiter, FL 33458 REACH - A Dance Theater Collective Presents Cabaret October 9th & 10th. 2010 on Shows: Saturday at 8:00pm and on Sunday at 2:00pm. Tickets: $15. Box Office: 561.575.4942

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• Fall Exhibition - Mizner Mediterranean: The Origins of Palm Beach Style Flagler Museum, One Whitehall Way, Palm Beach, FL 33480 / (561) 655-2833 until 5:00 p.m. • 2010 Scrapbook Expo South Florida Fairgrounds, 9067 Southern Boulevard, West Palm Beach, FL 33411. Ph: 888-252-EXPO (3976). • Night of the Shining Texas Chainsaw on Elm Street - Part 7 The Atlantic Theater, 6743 West Indiantown Road #34; Jupiter, FL 33458 / 48th

Saturday October 9 • Laser Show: Led Zeppelin and The Wall South Florida Science Museum, 4801 Dreher Trail North, West Palm Beach, FL 33405 / (561) 832-1988. • Green Expo Palm Beach State College's Trade & Industry Continuing Education will hold the third annual Green Expo from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Education and Training Center building on the Lake Worth campus, 4200 Congress Avenue in Lake Worth, FL. call 561.868.3702.

Friday October 15 • Live Entertainment on the Plaza Friday, October 15 from 7pm to 11pm Plaza Billy Bones performing Pop & Jazz For more information about the band, please visit www.billybones.com. • Friday Night Live Dr. Feelgoods, 219 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33401 / Friday Night Live @ Feelgoods Rock Bar, Live music from 8-11pm followed by music by DJ WIzard til 4am! No cover & 1/2 off drinks till 11pm! More info: 561.833.6500.


Saturday October 16 • Sugarland w/ Little Big Town and Randy Montana Cruzan Amphitheatre, 601-7 Sansburys Way, West Palm Beach, FL 33411 • "A Night in Havana" - The Music of Frank Sinatra in the 50s Eissey Campus Theatre, 11051 Campus Drive, Palm Beach Gardens, FL - (right off PGA Blvd across from The Gardens Mall) • Sunday Funday Sunday Funday @ SKY309 Featuring The Spazmatics, 2-4-1 drink specials and a free buffet! SKY309 is located on the rooftop deck above Roxy's Pub, The Saloon and ROME Nightclub. Time: 10pm - 3am. More info, call 561-296-7699. • Concrete Jungle The Atlantic Theater, 6743 West Indiantown Road #34; Jupiter, FL 33458 / Time: 2pm. Tickets: $15. Box Office: 561.575.4942. • The Pink Party at Blue Martini Saturday, October 16 from 9pm to Midnight Saturday, October 16 from 9pm to Midnight Benefiting Susan G. Komen Foundation Complimentary glass of champagne for each person who donates to the cause Ladies wearing pink will receive a raffle ticket for a chance to win amazing prizes. WiLD 95.5's Virginia and Valentine to co-host.

Tuesday October 19 • Music for the Mind – Youth Orchestra PBC The Harriet Himmel Theater in CityPlace in downtown West Palm Beach. Time: 7pm. More info: 561-748-0036. Event: Armory After Hours and Art Noveau present: INFERNO at Armory Art Center, 7:00p 1700 Parker Ave., , West Palm Beach, FL, 33401 • (561) 832-1776 A LIVE art Group show showcasing the talents of over 20 artists of all media

Saturday October 22 • CITYPLACE 7pm to 11pm Plaza Jeff Harding performing Rock & Roll For more information about the band, please visit www.myspace.com/jeffhardingband.

Saturday October 23 • Dane Cook Cruzan Amphitheatre, 601-7 Sansburys Way, West Palm Beach, FL 33411 • Baytowne Wharf Beer Festival Saturday, Oct 23 2:00p to 6:00p at Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort, Destin, FL • Phone: (850) 267-8186 • Sunday at the Meyer Featuring Taylor Road and Christopher Cross Located along the picturesque Flagler Drive Waterfront in the Meyer Amphitheatre Friday October 29 • Nights at the Museum South Florida Science Museum, 4801 Dreher Trail North, West Palm Beach, FL 33405 / Come view the night sky the last Friday of each month in Palm Beach’s only observatory open to the public.The hours of operation for this event are 6pm - 10pm. More info: (561) 832-1988. • 2nd ANNUAL HALLOWEEN STREET SCENE & SOUL PARADE Friday, Oct 29 6:00p to 10:00p at Downtown Lake Worth, Lake Worth, FL This FREE two day community event kicks off with the Soul Parade Friday 10/29 at 7pm. The party continues Saturday,10/30 at noon with a music festival on Lake Avenue, featuring three stages of live music and entertainment until 10:00 p.m • Moonfest 2010 Clematis Street in downtown West Palm Beach, FL / The

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largest single night street party in Palm Beach County is back! Moonfest 2010 will be held on October, 30th from 7p.m. until 1 a.m. on Clematis Street. For more information, please call 561.667.1030.

September, 4/10 - February, 8/11 • Vincent van Gogh’s Self-Portrait from the National Gallery of Art Norton Museum of Art, 1451 South Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL 33401 / More info: 561.832.5196

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FLYING Congratulations to Palm Beach International Airport Palm Beach International Airport (PBIA) is the gateway to Palm Beach County; it was recently voted third best airport in the U.S. and sixth best in the world by the readers of the prestigious Conde Nast Traveler magazine. PBIA serves over six million national and International passengers each year. Its has 1,100 short term parking spaces and 2,300 long term spaces at ground level. A major new feature is the Customs and Immigration facility, which is capable of handling 300 passengers per hour and aircraft up to the size of B747-400. Airport Revenue News has recognized concessions over the years as having superior shops and restaurants. Palm Beach International Airport is conveniently located to serve the air trade area of Palm Beach County and the four surrounding counties. The airport is located 2.5 miles west of downtown West Palm Beach and just 3.5 miles west of Palm Beach. PBIA is situated adjacent to Interstate Highway 95 and is accessible from anywhere in Palm Beach County. Boca Raton is approximately 20 miles south and Jupiter is only 15 miles north. They look forward to welcoming you and enhancing your travel experience at Palm Beach International Airport.

Felicidades al Aeropuerto Internacional de Palm Beach. El Aeropuerto Internacional de Palm Beach (PBIA) es la puerta de entrada al Condado de Palm Beach, que fue recientemente elegida como tercer mejor aeropuerto en los EE.UU. y el sexto en el mundo por los lectores de la prestigiosa revista Conde Nast Traveler. PBIA atiende a más de 6 millones de pasajeros nacionales e internacionales cada año. Cuenta con 1.100 espacios de estacionamiento a corto plazo y 2.300 plazas de largo plazo a nivel del suelo. Una nueva característica importante es la instalación de Aduanas e Inmigración, que es capaz de manejar 300 pasajeros por hora y los aviones hasta el tamaño del B747-400. Airport Revenue News ha reconocido concesiones en los últimos años por tener tiendas y restaurantes superiores. El aeropuerto se encuentra a 2,5 millas al oeste del centro de la ciudad de West Palm Beach. y solo a 3,5 millas al oeste de Palm Beach. PBIA se encuentra junto a la carretera interestatal 95 y es accesible desde cualquier lugar en el Condado de Palm Beach. Boca Raton esta aproximadamente 20 millas al sur. Ellos los esperan para darle la mas calurosa bienvenida.

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Airline Directory The concourse the airline is located on is indicated in parenthesis beside the name of the airline. For a location map, see the image to the right. • Air Canada (C) Reservations - (800) 247-2262 Air Freight/Cargo - see web page Baggage Service - (888) 689-2247 • AirTran (B) Reservations - (800) AIRTRAN Air Freight/Cargo - see web page Baggage Service - (800) 965-2107 • American Airlines (C) Reservations - (800) 433-7300 Air Freight/Cargo - (800) 227-4622 Baggage Service - (561) 233-6308

• BahamasAir (A) Reservations - (800) 222-4262 • ComAir - the Delta Connection (C) Reservations - (800) 354-9822 • Continental Airlines (B) Reservations - (800) 525-0280 Air Freight/Cargo - (561) 615-5871 Baggage Service - (561) 615-5865 • Continental Connection (A) Reservations - (800) 525-0280 Air Freight/Cargo - (561) 640-7092 Baggage Service - (561) 640-7099 • Delta Air Lines (C) Reservations - (800) 221-1212 Air Freight/Cargo - (800) 352-2746 Baggage Service - (800) 325-8224 • Gulfstream (B) Reservations - (800) 992-8532 • JetBlue Airways (C) Reservations - (800) JETBLUE Baggage Service - (561) 478-2301 x 2 • Southwest Airlines (B) Reservations - (800) 435-9792 Air Freight/Cargo - (561) 471-0348 Baggage Service - (561) 471-3181 • Spirit Airlines (B) Reservations - (800) 772-7117 Air Freight/Cargo - (800) 772-7117 Baggage Service - (800) 772-7117 • Sun Country Airlines (C) Reservations - (800) 359-6786 Baggage Service - (888) 359-5586 • BUS Airways & US Airways Express (B) Reservations - (800) 428-4322 Air Freight/Cargo - (561) 233-7680 Baggage Service - (800) 371-4771

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Hotels in Palm Beach County • Hilton Palm Beach Airport 150 Australian Avenue, FL 33406 West Palm Beach (Florida) Adjacent to Palm Beach International Airport and featuring free airport shuttles, this hotel provides modern amenities, on-site dining and lounge options and easy access to Interstate 95. • Hampton Inn West Palm Beach Central Airport 1601 Worthington Road, FL 33409 West Palm Beach (Florida) Featuring free airport shuttle service to Palm Beach International Airport, this hotel is located near popular attractions, including the Palm Beach Convention Center and provides many of today's modern conveniences. • Hampton Inn & Suites Wellington 2155 Wellington Green Drive, FL 33414 Wellington (Florida) Situated in Florida's equestrian capital and minutes from local attractions, this Wellington hotel features a free daily hot breakfast along with spacious rooms featuring signature Cloud Nine beds. • The Brazilian Court Hotel and Beach Club 301 Australian Avenue, FL 33480 Palm Beach (Florida) This Palm Beach resort is 2 blocks from the Atlantic Ocean. The boutique resort offers a shuttle to the beach, towels and beach chairs. The resort features a full-service spa. • PGA National Resort & Spa 400 Avenue of the Champions, FL 33418 Palm Beach Gardens (Florida) Boasting 90 holes of championship golf, this luxurious resort and spa is nestled in the heart of the prestigious Palm Beach Garden community, and provides unrivaled facilities and

first-class services. • Palm Beach Shores Resort 181 Ocean Ave, 33404 Palm Beach Shores (Florida) Featuring an ideal oceanfront location on Florida's Singer Island, this resort provides a variety of family-friendly activities along with spacious all-suite accommodations furnished with full kitchens. • Hilton Suites Boca Raton 7920 Glades Road, FL 33434 Boca Raton (Florida) This all-suite Boca Raton hotel is surrounded by many of the area's main points of interest, including beautiful beaches, and provides numerous free amenities and services such as area shuttles. • Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa 3800 North Ocean Drive, FL 33408 Singer Island (Florida) Si Spa, a full-service spa, is located at this Singer Island, Florida resort that provides 2 outdoor heated pools and a jacuzzi. Every condo includes a fully equipped kitchen. • Comfort Inn 6752 Indiantown Road, Jupiter (561) 745-7997 • Fairfield Inn 6748 West Indiantown Road, Jupiter (561) 748-5252 • Best Western 810 US Highway One, Jupiter (561) 575-2936 • Holiday Inn Express 13950 US Highway One, Juno Beach (561) 622-4366 • Homewood Suites Hilton 4700 Donald Ross Rd, Palm Beach Gardens (561) 622-7799 • Double Tree Hotel 4431 PGA Boulevard, Palm Beach Gardens (561) 622-2260 • Hampton Inn 4001 RCA Boulevard, Palm Beach Gardens (561) 625-8880 • Embassy Suites 4350 PGA Boulevard,

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Palm Beach Gardens (561) 622-1000 • Mariott Hotel 4000 RCA Boulevard, Palm Beach Gardens (561) 622-8888 • Windsor Gardens 11360 US Highway One, Palm Beach Gardens (561) 844-8448 • Hilton Garden Inn 3505 Kyoto Gardens Drive, Palm Beach Gardens (561) 694-5833 • Hampton Inn 2155 Wellington Green Drive, Wellington (561) 472-9696 • Best Western 1800 Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard, West Palm Beach (561) 6838810 • Comfort Inn 1901 Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard, West Palm Beach (561) 6896100 • La Quinta 1910 Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard, West Palm Beach (561) 689-8540 • Airport Hilton 150 Australian Avenue, West Palm Beach (561) 684-9400 • Crown Plaza Hotel 1601 Belvedere Road, West Palm Beach (561) 689-6400 • Marriot 630 Clearwater Park Road, West Palm Beach (561) 833-1234 • Holiday Inn 7859 Lake Worth Road, Lake Worth (561) 968-5000 • Hampton Inn 1475 West Gateway Boulevard, Boyton Beach (561) 369-0018 • Holiday Inn 1601 North Congress Avenue, Boynton Beach (561) 734-9100 • Holiday Inn Express 480 West Boynton Beach Boulevard, Boynton Beach (561) 734-9100 • Marriott Hotel 10 North Ocean Boulevard, Delray Beach (561) 274-3200 • Residence Inn 111 East Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach (561) 276-7441 • Colony Hotel 525 East Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach (561) 276-4123 • Embassy Suites 661 Northwest 53rd Street, Boca Raton (561) 994-82000 • Double Tree Hotel 701 Northwest 53rd Street, Boca Raton (561) 997-9500 • Best Western 2700 North Federal Highway, Boca Raton (561) 395-5225 • Holiday Inn Express 8144 Glades Road, Boca Raton (561) 482-7070 • Hilton Suites 7920 Glades Road, Boca Raton (561) 483-3600 • Renaissance Hotel 2000 Northwest 19th Street, Boca Raton (561) 368-5252 40

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• Marriott Hotel 5150 Town Center Circle, Boca Raton (561) 392-4600 • Hampton Inn 1455 Yamato Road, Boca Raton (561) 988-0200 • Best Western 2700 North Federal Highway, Boca Raton (561) 395-5225 • Holiday Inn Express 8144 Glades Road, Boca Raton (561) 482-7070 • Hilton Suites 7120 Glades Road, Boca Raton (561) 483-3600 • Courtyard by Marriott 2000 Executive Center Drive, Boca Raton (561) 241-7070 • Wyndham Garden Hotel 1950 Glades Road

Car Rental - On-Airport All ground transportation services are located on Level One - Baggage Claim of the airport terminal. Alamo (800) 327-9633 Budget (800) 527-0700 Dollar (800) 800-4000 Enterprise (800) 325-8007 Hertz (800) 654-3131 National (800) 227-7368 Thrifty (877) 283-0898

Ground Transportation • Palm Tran (561) 841-4200 Palm Beach County's public bus transportation offers regular services throughout Palm Beach County. The stop is located on the outer curb, Level One and route maps can be found inside on Level One. • Tri-Rail (800) 874-7245 This rail service provides transportation between West Palm Beach and Miami, with stops at many locations between. The Palm Beach International Airport is accessible by Tri-Rail from the West Palm Beach TriRail station located at 203 South Tamarind Avenue.


LET’S MAKE GOOD CHOICES,

a greener planet starts with you! By Gisela Ramirez

In the last century, the humankind has developed technology and the advances of science have allowed us to live a more comfortable life, but what is the price we are paying? With this accelerated pace and environmentally uncontrolled industrialization and urbanization, we have been contaminating the natural environment, deteriorating almost all its elements, breaking the cycle of life of many animals and plants, and destroying nature as if we were not part of it. We need to wake up and be aware that we are part of nature. Also, it is imperative find a way to live in harmony with our environment because the mankind’s destruction of nature will lead to mankind destruction, too. For the foreseeable future, sustainable management of the environment will be one of the greatest challenges confronting the world imposing a global cooperative response. I believe that environmental education is the first step that could help us to alleviate these problems. We have to get involve with our local pollution problems, understanding how our individual actions affect the environment, increasing public awareness, and inspiring our neighbors to take personal responsibility for nature preservation and restoration. Only personal accountability will provide us with the answer; nevertheless, we cannot forget

that citizens united in one voice ensure that politicians are held accountable. In Planeta Verde we want to invite you to be part of the solution; we have to understand that every time we make right choices about consumer products, home improvements, and transportation we are caring the environment. Let’s make good choices, a greener planet stars with you!

TOMEMOS BUENAS DECISIONES! Por mas de un siglo, los conservacionistas han invertido cuantioso tiempo y energía cuidando la naturaleza. Gracias a sus cartas y sus marchas de protestas han logrado llamar la atención de nuestros lideres para crear leyes que ayuden a preservar el planeta. Cuando escuchamos del calentamiento global, de la contaminación de aguas y aire, de los grandes depósitos de basuras que se multiplican alrededor del mundo, entre algunos de los problemas ambientales, es evidente pensar que la lucha de un grupo no es suficiente. Tenemos que entender que el cuidado del planeta es labor de todos y comprender en que forma nuestras acciones individuales en nuestra vida cotidiana afectan positiva o What, When & Where

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negativamente el medio ambiente. En PLANETA VERDE queremos inspirarlos a ser parte de esta comunidad ambientalista que cree en el progreso sostenible sin dañar los ecosistemas. Descubra junto a nosotros como pequeños cambios en su estilo de vida pueden hacer grandes diferencias en su salud y el medio ambiente sin afectar su presupuesto Una forma sencilla de comenzar a salvar el planeta es poniendo cuidado en los alimentos que ingerimos así como también, en los productos que usamos en el cuidado personal y del

hogar. Desde hace aproximadamente diez anos ha habido una proliferación de compañías de alimentos y servicios con esta filosofía Verde o ambientalista, que ponen en nuestras manos la decisión. Hagamos juntos buenas decisiones, hagamos de ellas parte de nuestro estilo de vida y así aseguraremos en la educación de nuestros hijos, una generación que crezca en armonía con la naturaleza.

Green Events • BOCA RATON GREENMARKET Grand Opening

• WEST PALM BEACH GREEN MARKET

Boca Raton Green Market - (Boca Raton, Florida) Best of all, Boca’s Greenmarket has become the place to visit on Saturday mornings----where friends come together for a quick cup of fresh coffee and where friends depart with shopping bags filled with the freshest of produce--all taking place in an outdoor market setting in the heart of beautiful downtown. For additional information, or, if interested in participating in the Boca Raton Greenmarket, please call the Market office at (561) 239-1536 or (561) 368-6875. Web site: www.ci.boca-raton.fl.us/specialevents

At Our New Home On The Waterfront Commons In Downtown West Palm Beach. Guests Can Also Sit And Enjoy Breakfast Or Lunch While Taking In The Sights And Sounds Of The New Waterfront. The West Palm Beach Greenmarket Is Dog-Friendly, And Offers Free Parking In The Banyan Street Garage Until 2:00 P.M. For More Information About The West Palm Beach Greenmarket, Please Call 561-822-1515

• AUNT ZORADA FARM (VERO BEACH, FL) Aunt Zorada Farm is a memorial to one of the best gardeners I ever knew growing up. Zorada and Archie Smith were hard working Hoosier farmers who gave their all to their family and produced some of the most beautiful crops, vegetables and flowers anyone had seen! Farmers Market in Vero Beach.

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