Atlantic Ave Magazine - March 2018

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58 100 102


6 From the Editor

102 City People - Mark Lauzier


8 In The News

22 Under The Spotlight

32 Delray Under $50

36 Happenings


42 On The Ave

46 In The Pineapple Grove Arts District


50 Gotta Know

52 Gotta See

56 Gotta Read

58 Concerts


62 Pain Relief

Raise Your Hand If You Have A Shoulder Issue

64 Dermatology

Fall in Love With The Skin You’re In

66 Your Dental Health

Bite Into A Healthy Lifestyle!

68 Body Beautiful

Why I Love Intermittent Fasting


70 European Wax Center

Treat Yourself Like Royalty

72 Dr. Zarina Staller

A Dental Office Where You Come First

74 Purlife | Purstrands | Purgreens

Health, Beauty And Fitness

76 Stitches By The Sea

Needlepoint Au Courant

78 Delray Beach Boxing & Fitness

Stronger Than Ever

80 Cynthia M. Pyfrom P.A.

Passionate About Helping Clients

82 Sara Campbell

Unique Women’s Clothing Store

That Gives Back

84 The Fite Group Luxury Homes

Real Estate For Discernment

86 InCite Talks

Darryl Strawberry - Never Give Up

88 Stuart & Shelby

The Real Estate Family That Works In

Harmony Together

90 Diamonds East International

Beauty Abounds

92 Education Rocks

A Global Revolution Standing for Education

94 The Seagate Spa

Plan Your Escape From The Daily Grind

98 Delray Beach Marketing Cooperative

100 Old School Square


104 What RU Wearing®


118 Restaurant Review:

Purgreens Delray And Purgreens Boca

Honoring The Earth And The Guests

120 Recipe

Pizza Piena

122 Guide


130 PetXpert

Why Is Food The Key Towards

Optimal Health?

131 Pet Spotlight

132 #MSDStrong


135 Brain Teasers

Crossword Puzzle, Sudoko And Enigma

118 131


David Mizen


Yvette Roulette

Contributing Editors

Diane Feen, Nicol Jenkins, Lisa Marie

Art Director

Fabio Passere


Eduardo Passere

Senior Account Executive

Harvey Lustig


Melissa Korman

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from the


It’s Spring

Let’s Bloom

Let’s Grow

Last month as we prepared to celebrate Love on

Valentine’s day, tragedy struck in our backyard. The

shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

was a sobering reminder that we are not immune

to random acts of violence. Now is the time to come

together as a unified community; something that the special

people of Delray Beach have done time and time again. We need

to support our neighbors in Parkland. We need to educate our

children and ourselves. We need to change. We need to care. We

need to heal.

In this issue we meet Mark Lauzier our new City Manager. Mark

has a passion for civil service, and comes to our All American City

with 30 years experience of city management, and Police work as

well. He says he likes helping people, and that “Delray has a heart”

- he’s right. Read about Mark and vision for us in our regular

feature City People.

Trying to eat healthy? Or at least healthier? Take a stroll up NE 2nd

Ave, in the Pineapple Grove district and have lunch at Purgreens.

All of their wraps, salads, bowls, and shakes are made fresh to

order. They even grow some of their ingredients hydroponically on

site! It just doesn’t get any healthier or fresher than that! My go-to

lunch there is the Southwestern wrap - sooo YUM! Purgreens is

our Restaurant Review this month.

On March 20th Spring begins and there is a sense of newness

everywhere. Let’s take this spring season as a chance to participate

in community. Let’s care for our environment as well as ourselves.


cannot drive out

darkness; only

LIGHT can do that.

Hate cannot drive

out hate; only

LOVE can do that.”

- Martin Luther

King Jr.

Sending light and love,

Yvette roulette, editor

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Jill Zarin - Of The

Real Housewives

Of New York City

Fame - Speaking

At Benefit For

National Jewish


Want to have a great time and do

something good for mankind?

Come to a Luncheon to Benefit National

Jewish Health Hospital on March 16

at the Boca Resort & Club.

It’s the number one Respiratory Hospital

in the US with life-saving groundbreaking

medical research and treatment

of cardiac and immune disorders.

The speaker is celebrity, entrepreneur

and author Jill Zarin from “The Real

Housewives of New York City,” founder of

Skweez shapewear, co-author of Secrets

of a Jewish Mother and motivational

guru. Zarin will talk about life lessons,

entrepreneurial secrets, her TV career

and the wisdom of motherhood.

The luncheon is a peek into the wonders

of a hospital that has changed lives

from hopeless to hopeful. The remarkable

success stories make you believe in


There’s a silent auction, cocktails, hors

d’oeuvres and prizes. Items include an

Apple Watch, trip to Colorado, designer

accessories, Boca Resort get-a-way, Gulfstream

Park extravaganza and surprises.

Come to the Boca Resort & Club

March 16th and support the leading respiratory

hospital in the country. You’ll

enjoy music, miracles and magic.

Call 561-477-5400 or BallmanS@ or

Florida Panthers

Floorball Program

The Florida Panthers

have expanded

their school

floorball program

into Broward and

Palm Beach counties.

The program

is already being included

in Physical Education classes and

after school programs in both counties.

The Panthers hosted 68 Broward

schools and 26 Palm Beach County

schools at the BB&T Center for a teachertraining

day learning about the sport of

floorball and how to integrate floorball

into their Physical Education classes and

after school programs. The Panthers provided

floorball equipment including nets,

sticks and balls to the schools along with

instruction manuals and drill posters.

The Panthers floorball program is

now in all three South Florida counties:

Broward, Miami Dade and Palm Beach


Arts Garage

Presents Voices

Of Courage:

A Celebration Of


Real change comes from persistence

and the courage to move forward despite

any obstacles. Arts Garage is proud

to celebrate the courage of the women in

our lives - the philanthropists, the change

makers, the voices, the caregivers, the

noise makers - with a program focused

on the contributions of some of these special

women. The Women’s History Month

event, Voices of Courage: A Celebration of

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Women, will be held on March 3, 2018 at

6:30pm at Arts Garage, 94 NE 2nd Ave, Delray

Beach, Fl. The evening will begin with

a reception in the Grassroots Gallery with

wine and lite bites followed by uplifting

speakers including local philanthropist &

activist Charlotte Dilks, Delray Beach’s Deputy

Vice Major Shirley Johnson and documentary

photographer, activist, author and

educator Paula Allen. The evening will end

with a musical program, Charcoal Sketches,

designed specifically for this special Arts

Garage event by sultry alto and Arts Garage

favorite Avery Sommers. Tickets are on sale

now at

“These women are fiercely inspirational

to me and I am excited that Arts Garage can

truly bring our community together with

this showcase of their stories and talent. Avery

Sommers is a super star and I couldn’t

think of a better way to end such a powerful

event.” - Marjorie Waldo, CEO & President

of Arts Garage

Walking To End



The American Parkinson Disease Association

(APDA) South Florida Chapter

is bringing a nationwide movement to raise

funds and awareness to Coconut Creek. On

March 24, 2018 at Tradewinds Park, hundreds

of local participants will walk side by

side to support the fight against Parkinson’s

disease (PD) and to further APDA’s mission

to help every person impacted by PD live life

to the fullest. The 2018 South Florida Optimism

Walk is part of a series of Optimism

Walks taking place from coast to coast. Registration

is now open and participants are

encouraged to sign-up online in advance of

the Walk. For a full list of Optimism Walk cities

and dates, visit the APDA website.

Registration is free for all participants.

To register for the 3rd Annual South Florida

Optimism Walk visit www.apdaparkinson/FL.

9th Annual All

People’s Day ®

Diversity Festival

In Delray

Stand up for diversity and have fun at

the same time while attending the

Ninth Annual All People’s Day® Diversity

Festival on Saturday, March 24, indoors

at Pompey Park, 1101 NW 2nd Street

and NW 10th Avenue, Delray Beach. The

main events are from 11 am to 5 pm and

a kid’s workshop is from 9:30 to 11 am.

All People’s Day®, Inc, and Delray Parks

& Recreation present the festival. It’s free

to the public and boasts a wide variety of

connective activities for the whole family.

Even the food tastes are free!

Over 50 interactive and merchandise

booths feature a diverse mix to see and

do. Kids will find free arts projects such

as Origami Peace Crane folding, puppet

making with a stage to perform, creating

images of their families that connect to

others on a mural and face painting. Teens

and adults enjoy hands on issue based

activities among which are clever word

games by nonprofits, a health fair, an important

Issues Mural and mouthwatering

free cuisine. Also present will be for sale

items such as artwork, books, tee-shirts,

jewelry, etc.

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Lynn Van Lenten

Has Moved!


Good Time!!!

Lynn who was previously with the Delray

Beach Chamber of Commerce has a

brand new position. As of February 1st she

is Community Engagement & Event Coordinator,

a brand new position, with Milagro

Center. She is excited to bring Milagro Center

and all of its programs, stories and opportunities

to our Delray community.

Deluxe Properties hosted yet another

sold out Canvas & Cocktails charity

event at Old School Square. “The Electric

Lion” –

Real Men Bake

and Rock at the

Sock Hop

Want to sample over 25 tasty morsels –

sweet and savory – under one roof?

Buy your ticket to Real Men Bake and

Rock at the Sock Hop, on Monday, March

19 from 6-9 pm in the Field House at

Old School Square. The event is hosted

by GFWC Woman’s Club of Delray Beach

(Seated: left to right): Woman’s Club

members Lynne Wolff, Joann Haros, Cas

DiScipio and Mary Hochman. (Standing

left to right): Bakers Philip Petito, Tony

Chin, Steve Swanson and John Miller.

which donates most of the money raised

to local organizations serving women

and children.

Guests at Real Men Bake and Rock at the

Sock Hop will have a chance to sample the

creations and vote for their favorites. Prizes

are awarded to the bakers with the most

votes. Many of the bakers, including John

Miller and Steve Swanson, are returning

winners who put a lot of thought and effort

into their entries.

With a 1950s theme, the event will feature

a DJ spinning oldies and dance tunes,

and . a cash bar. As in years past, bakers

include elected officials, police officers,

firefighters, city staff members, representatives

from local non-profit organizations

and many others.

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The Fine Art of Living with Art

The mAe represents a

diverse world of emerging

and mid-career fine

contemporary artists.

Open Wednesday through

Sunday with featured

exhibitions the first Friday

of each month.





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Sponsors are Ellie’s 50’s Diner, Arrigo

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Tickets for Real Men Bake are $35 and

are available online at realmenbake. For more information,


New Website

For Yaffa &


Family Law Attorneys Serving

Palm Beach & Broward Counties

Attorney Doreen Yaffa P.A. invites you

to visit her new website www.yaffapa.

com. The site is user friendly and offers

helpful information on the practice as

well as legal tips.

Contacts &

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Welcome The 2018

Greater Delray

Beach Chamber

of Commerce


Committee and

Board of Directors!

Executive Committee

Rob Posillico, 2018 Chair, Bill Branning,

Chair-Elect & Vice-Chair Advocacy

/ Government Affairs, Cathy Balestriere,

Immediate Past Chair, Noreen Payne,

Vice-Chair of Programming, Jesse M.

Flowers, II, Vice-Chair of Finance, Christina

Morrison, Vice-Chair of Industry

Councils / Economic Development, Alan

Goodman, Vice-Chair of Legal, Sarah

Crane, Vice-Chair of Board Development.

Board of Directors

David Beale, Dan Castrillon, James

Chard, Sarah Crane, Mark Denkler, Evelyn

Dobson, Carol Eaton, Charlene Farrington,

Casey Flaherty, Robert Hickok,

Ron Kaniuk, Roger Kirk, Mallory Neuberger,

Jeff Perlman, Amanda Perna, David

Schmidt, Barbara Stark, and Rob Steele.

Delray Beach

Parks &


Announces the

29th Annual

Senior Games

Delray Beach Parks & Recreation is

proud to announce the 29th Annual

Senior Games taking place from

March 2-9 at various locations throughout

Delray Beach, Boynton Beach and

Boca Raton.

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Citizens 50 years young and up get the

chance to enter any of the 13-exciting social,

recreational and competitive events,

including archery, basketball 3-on-3, basketball

skills, billiards, bowling, croquet,

golf, swimming, pickleball, powerlifting,

Road Race 5K, and track & field. Custom

medals will be awarded to first, second and

third place winners in each age division per

event. All participants will receive a t-shirt.

The Delray Beach Senior Games gives

participants an opportunity to revel in the

spirit of goodwill, good sportsmanship

and health, win medals and advance to the

Florida State Senior Games in Clearwater,

Florida. The games start at $10.00 per person

for Delray Beach residents and $20.00

per person for non-residents.

To learn more about the games visit and choose Parks

and Recreation under Departments tab.

For more information or registration form,

please contact Danielle Beardsley at

5th Anniversary

Of Delray Beach

Fashion Week – A

Runway Success!

Downtown was alive with style for the

5th anniversary of Delray Beach Fashion

Week held from January 24 – 28, created by

the Downtown Development Authority and

Downtown merchants. Spectacular fashion

and local designers took center stage at the

fashion runway events, Downtown fashion

designers and hair show, fashion luncheon,

Stiletto Race, and the Delray Beach Fashion

Week Boutique Shopping Event.

“We were thrilled to host this awardwinning

and special event again this year, ”

said Laura Simon, Executive Director, DDA.

Delray Beach Fashion Week is a unique, fun

and all-encompassing opportunity to share

with our local residents and visitors the

fashion and beauty that is found right here

in Downtown Delray Beach.”

For more information, please visit www.,


or phone: 561.243.1077.

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Dash Travel

Gives Back

Travel with Dash your charity

gets cash. Please contact Dash

Travel 4 Charity to register your

501c3. For more information on

Dash Travel 4 Charity contact

Dash Travel at,


or call Office:

561-498-8439, Jeff Cell: 561-


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On February 6, Dash Travel and

Celebrity Cruises co-hosted

the Delray Beach monthly Nonprofit

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Submits Annual

Plan to HUD

The Delray Beach Housing Authority

(DBHA) recently submitted

its Five Year/Annual PHA

(Public Housing Agency) Plan to

continued page 20

Delray Beach resident Vera Ferrara on vacation

with the Atlantic Avenue Magazine at the Griffith

Observatory in Los Angeles.

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the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

(HUD). The PHA Plan is a comprehensive guide to public

housing agency policies, programs, operations, and strategies

for meeting local housing needs and goals.

The Five Year and Annual PHA Plans provide a ready

source for interested parties to locate basic PHA policies,

rules, and requirements concerning the PHA’s

operations, programs, and services, and informs HUD,

families serviced by the PHA, and members of the public

of the PHA’s mission, goals and objectives for serving

the needs of low-income, very low-income, and extremely

low-income families.

To download a copy of the Annual Plan, visit http://

Grand Openings

Volunteers Needed for

Loggerhead Marinelife


TurtleFest 2018 – Together We Can


oin Loggerhead Marinelife Center on Saturday,

March 24 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Palm Beach

County’s largest ocean conservation festival – the

15th Annual TurtleFest!

This free, ocean-inspired festival, located at LMC and

the surrounding Loggerhead Park in Juno Beach, anticipates

over 10,000 people throughout the day to celebrate

and learn about ocean conservation.

This is a large-scale event requires many hardworking

and dedicated volunteers for the day.

TurtleFest will feature local vendors and art, games,

conservation-friendly activities, live music, craft food

and beer, up close interactions with the Center’s sea

turtle patients and much more. LMC will host a beach

cleanup the morning of TurtleFest, and guests can

pledge a conservation-minded lifestyle at the pledge

wall in the festival’s Conservation & Media Tent.

Volunteers can choose a morning or afternoon shift

and will receive a free meal and TurtleFest t-shirt.

They are also welcome to enjoy the festival before or

after their shift.

Those interested in volunteering can fill out an online

application at or email Evan

Nader, volunteer coordinator, at

Loggerhead Marinelife Center is also looking for artists

to exhibit at the festival and vendors to sell ecofriendly,

coastal-inspired merchandise. Visit marinelife.

org/turtlefest or email Cassidy Sparks, marketing &

social media coordinator, at to

participate as a vendor.


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In their own words

Deluxe Properties

BY George A. Winters


am George Winters and have been a realtor for the past 5 years in

South Florida. Having lived here on and off since 1974, I am now here

to stay! I have seen many changes in Delray Beach which is now not

only a destination but a desirable place to live. Growing up in New Jersey

my first job was working with interior decorators at Laurel Interiors Furniture

in Freehold. There I learned all about “staging” a room from painting,

placement of furnishings to hanging art. That has helped me today

when preparing a Sellers house for market. Later I worked at Habitat for

Humanity in Brentwood, Tennessee and watched in awe how “would be”

homeowners learned homeownership through equity and sweat. Working

for my Broker Dina Branham has given me the opportunity to really shine

and show my true talents. Concierge is my middle name and with the list

of my top notch vendors, I stay with my clients long after the purchase of

their homes making sure my buyers are taken care of through the purchase

process and beyond, making my clients more relaxed and stress

less. I genuinely care about my clients whether it is to sell or buy and want

to meet and exceed all their expectations.

Deluxe Properties

George A Winters

Concierge Associate / Realtor ®

561.221.7290 cell

561.501.0175 office

1122 E. Atlantic Ave., Suite D

Delray Beach, FL 33483 USA

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In their own words




am Brian Jones and I have been successful in the Real Estate Profession

since 1977. Starting my career in North Carolina was one of the

best business decisions I could have made. Being in the Real Estate

profession for over 40 years has afforded me the pleasure of matching

thousands of Sellers and Buyers. Twenty-seven of those 40 years have

been here in South Florida. A benchmark of my success is attributed

to my knowledge, honesty and integrity. I am fortunate to reside in Delray

Beach, and I specialize in the sale of waterfront homes and condos

throughout the area including many Golf & Country Clubs. Being affiliated

with one of the largest privately owned real estate companies in Florida,

has been instrumental in my becoming a Top 1% Producer of Realtors

Nationwide. Multiple offices offer exposure to approximately 2000 sales

associates from over 15 countries. My membership in both the Miami &

Palm Beach County Board of Realtors and their Multiple Listing Services

provides the Sellers I represent exposure to over 90,000 agents Tri-county

and International Exposure to over 500,000 Real Estate Professionals

around the world through 167 Real Estate Partners in over 50 countries

and 5 continents. Real Estate is more than a job. It is my passion. If you

are thinking about selling your home or condo please give me a call. My

commitment to service and professionalism are unsurpassed.

Brian jones, pa, reaLTOr ®

Waterfront & Golf Community Specialist


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BY Robb and Sally Edwards

We are Robb and Sally Edwards and we’ve been married for nearly

14 years and have worked together as a real estate team for

12 years in Colorado, where we specialized in helping clients

through the process of building a fully custom luxury home. I’m a U.S.

Air Force veteran and I’ve held a variety of corporate leadership positions

including Director of Operations, Director of Marketing and Vice President

of a nationwide sales and marketing team. Sally is a true entrepreneur

having started four successful companies in the areas of consulting and

marketing. Her background in real estate began 25 years ago; and, over

the last 12 years, she was recruited by three real estate offices to help

them develop and grow their locations. Together, we’ve traveled across

the U.S. and up and down both coasts. Our favorite place to travel is the

Caribbean by plane or by boat. Our backgrounds give us the experience

necessary to help our clients successfully navigate one of the most significant

decisions they will make in their lifetime whether that is selling a

home or buying their next home. We are thrilled to now call Delray Beach

home. Your lifestyle needs a home…let us help you find it! Give us a call,

303-910-5477 or email us at, and we’ll

grab a coffee.

Engel & VÖelkers

900 East Atlantic Ave, Suite 14

Delray Beach, FL 33483


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The Heart of

Delray Gallery

BY Bonnie Perlin, Studio Owner INSIDE the Heart

of Delray Gallery - 561-516-1361

Art has always played an important part in my life. If I am not painting

in my studio, I am attending art workshops, or visiting galleries and

other artist’s studios. Painting is many things to me, it gives me an

opportunity to express myself and the satisfaction that my work pleases

the viewer. My work has appeared in numerous juried shows and exhibitions,

among them, the Mansion in Old Westbury Gardens, the Sea Cliff

Gallery, the Robley Gallery, the Scherr Gallery, the Hecksher Museum, the

Sundance Gallery, the West Palm Beach airport, and the Linda White gallery.

I exhibited at the National Arts Club in Manhattan with the Catherine

Lorillard Wolfe Art Club in their exhibition to provide a grant to the Metropolitan

Museum of Art. I participated in the Artist’s Plate Project to feed

the hungry at the Sea Cliff Gallery and an exhibition at the Hecksher Museum

of Art in Huntington. My painting entitled, “Abandoned” was shown

in an exhibit in the Boca Museum of Art through the Artist’s Guild. My

painting “A Day At the Beach” was featured in the cover of Dan’s Paper, a

Hampton’s Long Island newspaper. My paintings are displayed in several

private collections in Florida, New York, New Jersey, California and the

Bahamas. My work is currently available at The Heart of Delray Gallery,

where I also have my studio.

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Large 3/2 condo in luxury building on the sand. Incredible Ocean and

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Gorgeous waterfront home with all the trimmings, expansive

entrance with volume ceilings and incredible views.

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locals only | delray under $50

By Darien Davies

Delray Under $50

Now that Delray Beach is a rising star in the art, culture and social scene,

it might seem a little difficult to find affordable activities, shops or

restaurants. I am here to prove you wrong. Delray Beach

offers a mix of high-end boutiques with laid-back

restaurants, and events for the whole family or

nightclubs for night owls. Here is what you can do

in Delray Beach in March for $50 or less.

One egg, two egg, three egg, more egg. The beauty of an

Easter egg hunt is that it never goes out of style so we’re

incredibly lucky that there’s a gigantic egg celebration

right in our backyard. Easter is Sunday, April 1 this year but

the festivities begin the day prior at Robert P. Miller Park. The

fun starts at 8am on Saturday, March 31 where children have a

chance to visit with the Easter Bunny and enjoy the excitement

that is building for the main event. The egg hunt then begins at

8:30am where children 1 to 10 years old are invited to bring

their baskets and head to the Delray Beach Parks and Recreation

Department to hunt for more than 10,000 eggs filled with candy

and special prizes. 10,000 eggs! It’s going to be an Easter extravaganza

where all children are almost guaranteed to win. It should

be fun for parents, too, as you watch your child get excited with

each uncovered egg. Robert P. Miller Park is located at 1905 S.W.

Fourth Ave. Visit or call (561)

243-7277 for more information.

Fire up that green because it’s St. Patrick’s party time. St. Patrick’s

Day falls on March 17 each year because that is the

traditional death date of Saint Patrick, the foremost patron

saint of Ireland. It is also a day to celebrate the culture and heritage

of the Irish in general, and everyone’s invited to join in the

festivities. The 50th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Festival and Parade

is a two-day event that begins with a festival on Friday, March 16

from 5 to 10pm and continues the following day from 11am to

7pm. The parade begins at 2pm but you’re welcome to grab a seat

early for front-row action to all the happenings. There is also a

Fun Run that begins at 2pm, that is the official start to the parade

(adults $20 and kids $15), and is also a great way to burn some

calories. This parade is one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day celebrations

in the nation and it pays tribute to the brave firefighters

around the world. The St. Patrick’s Day Festival and Parade events

are held at Old School Square, 51 N. Swinton Ave., and the parade

runs from A1A to West Fifth Avenue. Visit www.stpatrickmarch.

com or call (561) 990-6125 for more information.

March is National Craft Month and is a great time to work

on your craft of biking, beach chair-sitting and music

listening. Collie Buddz is in the house on his “Good Life

Tour” Saturday, March 10 and this is a great time to get back to

the good life on a lawn, listening to jams. Buddz exploded onto

the scene a few years ago when critics and tastemakers alike

embraced him. Spin Magazine proclaimed, “Buddz proves the

pop rule: Catchiness transcends color.” From Vibe Magazine to

Entertainment Weekly, Collie Buddz made quite an impression

with music critics. And, helloooo, he’s at the Old School Square

Pavilion. How is this not winning? The event begins at 6 p.m.

and general admission tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the

gate. VIP tickets are $50 and include three free drinks, private

VIP bathrooms, private pit viewing area and a private VIP bar

if you want to get on that level. The Old School Square Pavilion

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is located at 51 N. Swinton Ave. Visit or

call (561) 243-7922 for more information.

Hooray for fruits and veggies! March is National Nutrition

Month so grab your walking Birkenstocks

and canvas bag because you’ve got first-row seats to

nutrition town. The Winter GreenMarket is the best Saturday

morning hotspot because it’s an open-air marketplace

that features all of the local goodies you need for the week.

From 9am to 2pm, you can expect to find more than 65

premier food vendors offering farm-to-fork produce, justpicked

citrus, tropical fruit and juice, farm fresh eggs, raw

milk and butter, artisan cheeses and jams, fragrant baked

goods, plenty of gluten free/vegan/organic products, fresh

cut flower, plants and other unique gourmet fare. As if that

wasn’t enough, there’s also live musical entertainment every

week during the length of the Market. The GreenMarket has

been a 22-year staple for the community and it never ceases

to give us the fresh, local and delicious food that you just

don’t want to buy in the local supermarkets. Not to mention,

you can enjoy a serious amount of people watching and dog

petting, so there’s always that. The Market is located at Old

School Square Park, on Northeast Second Avenue and a half

block north of Atlantic Avenue. Visit or

call (561) 276-7511 for more information.

Diversity, diversity, everywhere. Diversity, diversity,

let’s start to care. If you’re not sure about hugging

everyone you see, no worries. March is Optimism

Month and is a great time to not only think about positivity,

but live positivity. The All People’s Day Diversity Festival is

a great place to start. Held Saturday, March 24 from 11am to

5pm, you are invited to stand up for diversity and have fun

at the same time. The Ninth Annual Festival begins at 11am

with a showcase of 20 dazzling performances including a variety

of dance from the Kelly Academy of Irish Dance, Le Nubian

(an Afro-Haitian dance group), the Fred Astaire Dance

Studio, and the Chinese Performing Arts. There will also be

more than 50 interactive and merchandise booth boasting

a diverse mix to see and do, including puppet making, face

painting, and Origami Peace Crane folding. The event is free

and open to the public, and offers a wide variety of connective

activities for the entire family. Food is even free! The All

People’s Day Diversity Festival is located at 1101 N.W. Second

St. and Northwest 10th Avenue. Visit

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Savor Our City Culinary Tours

1-31 Shark Feeding – Tues-Sat -

10:30am, Sun1:30pm- $5. Alligator

Feeding – Wed & Sat 1pm. 561-274-


1-31 Sandoway Discovery Center

Jr. Shark Biologist – Wed & Sun

3:15pm. $5. 561-274-7263,

1-31 Pickleball – Call for times. $3-

4. Pompey Park Community Center.

561-243-7356. Delray Beach Community

Center. 561-243-7250. Delray

Beach Tennis Center 561-243-7360.

1-31 Savor Our City Culinary Private

Tours – Private customized tours

of Atlantic Ave and Pineapple Grove for

groups of 10 or more guests. 954-410-


1-31 Cruise aboard Delray Yacht

Cruises – Daily sightseeing cruises at

10:30am & 1pm. $21-24.

1-31 Murder on the Beach Book

Signings – Call for details. 561-279-



1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Craft Food Tours

hAPPy Hour Tour – 7pm. $55. Six+

Food tastings, 4 Cocktail tastings – with

demonstrations and much more! Tourists

and locals are welcome!

2-3 Southern Handcraft Society:

Seasons in the Sun 2018 – At Boca

Raton Community Center, 150 Crawford

Blvd., Boca Raton, FL. March 2:

1pm - 7pm, March 3: 9am - 1pm FREE.

Shop for Easter and Spring items for

gifts or home courtesy of the Boca Raton

Chapter of the Southern Handcraft

Society. As always, this show’s artists

are juried.

2-9 Delray Beach Senior Games

– Basketball, Billiards, Bowling, Croquet,

Golf, Pickleball, Swimming, Tennis,

Track and Field. 243-7000 x5101,

2 First FriDAy Art Walk in Downtown

Delray – 6pm-9pm. Stroll

throughout downtown Delray. 561-

243-1077, downtowndelraybeach.


Gardens Family Fun Days – 10am-

5pm. Free with paid museum admission.


3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18, 24, 25, 31 Artists

in the Park – 10am-4:30pm.

Free.Come browse and purchase original

works from some of the finest artists

South Florida has to offer! Location


3, 10, 17, 24, 31 Delray Beach

GreenMarket – 9am-12pm. The

GreenMarket is an open air marketplace

located at Old School Square Park a half

block north of Atlantic Avenue in downtown

Delray Beach. Old School Square


3, 10, 17, 24, 31 Water Fitness

Class 9:45AM – Delray Swim & Tennis

Center. 2350 Jaeger Drive, Delray

Beach. Everyone is welcome. Wear a

bathing suit. Seniors $2, Adults $3. Formore

information call 561-243-7358

4, 11, 18, 25 Brunch Cruises

aboard Delray yAcht Cruises –

10:30am. $36-46. Enjoy brunch along

the intracoastal. delraybeachcruises.



delray beach senior games

1-31 Craft Food Tours Culinary

Tours – Friday-Sundays. $65. Come

eat and sip on the most creative and

inspired craft food and drink that South

Florida has to offer! Reserve today:

1 Arts Garage presents Feedback

– 8pm. $10-12. Join us for a night

of linguistic word play: Feedback is

Arts Garage’s new poetry night, your

opportunity to step up to the mic and

share your gift for words in front of a

welcoming audience. 561-450-6357,

1 Social Media for Creatives at

Arts Warehouse – Learn how to

leverage social media to attract collectors,

galleries and paid opportunities

with your art/creative work! 561-330-

2 cAtch A Rising Star Comedy

presents “Sopranos Night” –

8pm. $47-67.Featuring Vincent Pastore.

Crest Theatre at Old School Square.


2 Arts Garage “Transformation”

Opening Exhibit – 5pm. Free. Join us

for wine, cheese and Art! We are excited

to launch the TRANSFORMATION

exhibit featuring artists Marco Fidel

Nunez Suarez and Sullivan Hess. 561-


2 Arts Garage presents Nicolas

King with the Mike Renzi Trio –

8pm. $30-45. Jazz, Cabaret, Pop. 561-


3 Morikami Museum & Japanese

4 Arts Garage presents Sara

Reich’s tAP Music Project – 7pm.

$30-45. World Famous Tap Dancer.


5 Senior Lifestyle & Healthcare

Expo – 9:30am-2pm. Free. Over 95

exhibitors with Senor Products & Services.

South County Civic Center. 754-


7, 14, 21, 28 Delray Marketplace

Music Fest – 6-8pm. Join us in the

Delray Marketplace Amphitheater on

Wednesdays in March for FREE music!


7 Old School Square Crest Theatre

presents Peter Yarrow

– 8pm. $57-92. A founding member

of Peter, Paul and Mary, Yarrow

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50th annual st. patrick’s day festival and paraDe


mark zaleski band


has entertained, challenged and inspired

four generations of music lovers.561-243-7922,

8 Old School Square Crest Theatre

presents Chad Pregracke:

Mission on the MiSSissiPPi – 2pm

& 7pm. The Crest Theatre offers two opportunities

to experience the work of

environmentalist, Chad Pregracke, who

has been working for over 15 years to

clean up America’s rivers. 561-243-


8 Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce

Contacts & Cocktails at

Silverball Museum – 5:15-7pm.

$15-30. It’s the best way to gain a broader

awareness for your business and build

relationships within the community.


9 Arts Garage presents International

Guitar Night – 8pm. $30-45.

World’s Premier Touring Guitar Festival.


10 Ride and Remember Trolley –

10am- $25. Spady Museum. When you

board the “Ride & Remember” Trolley

Tour, the history of Delray Beach comes

alive! 561-279-8883, spadymuseum.


10 Arts Garage presents The

Mark Zaleski Band – 8pm. $30-45.

A high energy Jazz/Modern Rock Fusion.


10 Old School Square Pavilion

presents Collie Buddz – 6pm. $20-

25. 561-243-7922,

a Flair. 561-450-6357,

12 & 13 Old School Square Crest

Theatre presents Mandy Gonzalez

– 8pm. $57-72. Currently recognized

for her starring role as Angelica

Schuyler in the Tony Award-winning

hit musical HAMILTON. 561-243-7922,

13 Arts Garage presents Shine

– 8pm. $10-12. Arts Garage presents

SHINE, a monthly open mic showcase

for local talent, hosted by our new emcee

Chunky. 561-450-6357,

14 Old School Square Crest Theatre

presents Roger McGuinn –

8pm. $57-92. Former frontman of the

acclaimed 60’s band, The Byrds. 561-


15 Delray Beach Home Tour –

10am-4pm. $100. View homes in the

Palm Trail Neighborhood of Delray

Beach. Proceeds benefit the Achievement

Center for Children & Families.

15 Arts Garage presents ONYX

Art Stroll – 7pm. Free Entry. Arts

Garage invites local artists and artisans

to showcase and sell their art during

a night of amazing music from local

emerging musicians. This event is free

to the public but artists can purchase a

table for only $15. 561-450-6357,

16 Arts Garage presents Judy

cArmichael – 8pm. $30-45. Swing/

American Standards/Jazz. 561-450-


16 & 17 The Fiftieth Annual St.

Patrick’s Day Festival and Parade

– Friday Night celebrate the

Irish Siamsa and Party from 5-10pm

& Saturday 11am-7pm at Old School

Square Park. Saturday, join us for one

of the largest St. Patrick’s Day celebrations

in the nation and pay tribute to

the brave firefighters across the globe.

Parade along Atlantic Avenue begins at

12pm SHARP.

17 The wAy Of Tea: Sado Demonstration

at Morikami Museum &

jAPAnese Gardens – 12pm, 1:30pm,

3pm. $5 with paid museum admission.


17 Arts Garage presents Kemuel

Roig Quartet – 8pm. $30-45.

Afro-Latin Funk Jazz. 561-450-6357,

17 & 18 Old School Square Crest

Theatre presents Million Dollar

Quartet – $75-85. Inspired by

the true story of the recording session

that brought together rock n’ roll icons

Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee

Lewis and Carl Perkins.561-243-7922,

18 Music at St. Paul’s presents

J.S. Bach’s Art of Fugue with

harpsichordists Michael Bahmann

and Paul Cienniwa – 3pm

(pre-concert lecture by Dr. Paul Cienniwa

at 2:30pm). $20 general admission

/ 18 and under FREE. St. Paul’s Episcopal

Church is handicapped accessible.

For more information, visit http://

million dollar quartet

10 Old School Square Crest Theatre

presents What’s Going On:

The Marvin Gaye Experience –

8pm. $55-65. 561-243-7922,

11 Arts Garage presents The

New Vision Sax Ensemble – 7pm.

$20-35. Traditional Sax Quartet with

16 Old School Square Crest Theatre

presents Catapult – 8pm.

$60-70. Formerly seen on America’s

Got Talent from Season 8 as finalists,

the show features incredible dancers

who work behind a screen to create

magical shadow silhouettes of shapes

from the world around us.561-243-


18 Granfondo Bike Ride – 7am.

$100-150. The Granfondo Garneau

Florida Ride is a premier road cycling

event in South Florida. Race begins at

Veteran’s Park.

19 The 8th Annual Real Men Bake

& Rock at the Sock Hop – 6pm. $35.

Join the Women’s Club of Delray Beach

at the Old School Square Fieldhouse.

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21 Old School Square Crest

Theatre presents Billie the

Musical – 8pm. $40-50. A stageadapted

story of Billie Holiday in Billie

the Musical.561-243-7922,

22 Delray Yacht Cruises Steel

Drum Cruise – 6-8pm. $25. Cruise

the calm waters of the Intracoastal to

the sounds of the Islands! 561-243-


24 All People’s Day Diversity

Festival – 11am-5pm. Free. Pompey

Park. “Discovering Our Connections”.

-Live Diversity Entertainers, Issue

Based and Interactive Cultural Booths,

Health Fair Booths, Arts Activities and

Workshop. FREE Food, Merchandise


24 Arts Garage presents Unlimited

Devotion – 8pm. $20-30. A

Celebration of the Grateful Dead. 561-


25 Delray Beach Library presents

Sunday Musical Matinee

–2pm.$20. Join Florida native Lisa

Remick as she gets the joint jumpin’

with songs from the Great American

Songbook and jazz standards.

25 Old School Square Crest

Theatre presents Janoska Ensemble

– 2pm. $45-55. Unique arrangements

of jazz, pop and world music.561-243-7922,

26 10th Annual Savor the Avenue

– 5:30pm. Guests can experience an

epic al fresco dinner table seating hundreds

of people who dine on a scrumptious

multicourse dinner in the middle

of Downtown Delray Beach. Contact

each restaurant to make your reservation.

27 Old School Square Crest

Theatre presents Symphonia

Squared – 7:30pm. $39-49. A journey

‘beyond the music’ with an insider’s

guide into 18th and 19th century Vienna.


27 Arts Garage presents VIBE –

8pm. $5. Vibe brings local musicians

together in a collaborative performance

environment creating a nurturing community

of and for the participants. 561-


28 Join us at DELIA WEISS MD

& WELLNESS – Wednesday 6:30 -

7:30pm for a complimentary informal

medical discussion on Longevity and

Mood quantity/quality of life topics

personalized laboratory testing and

focused therapies. Tel. 561.243.8783

or for reservation.

200 Lindell Blvd., Suite 914 Delray

Beach, FL 33483. Located at the

SW corner of Federal Hwy. and Lindell

Blvd. Delray Bay Apts. and offices next

to Walgreen’s.

28 Old School Square Crest

Theatre presents Loudoon Wainwright

III – 8pm. $47-57. celebrating

decades of music and his album,

“Haven’t Got the Blues (Yet).”561-243-


29 Delray Beach Chamber of

Commerce Business & Bagels –

Get your day started out right building

business relationships while enjoying

Starbuck’s coffee and treats. 8am. $10-

20. 561-278-0424,

29 Delray Beach Playhouse presents

“Somewhere Over the Fairwary”

– 2pm. $25. 561-272-1281x5,

31 Arts Garage presents the

Lauren Mitchell Band – 8pm. $30-

45. A Soulful, Take-No-Prisoners, Full-

Throttle Performance. 561-450-6357,

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pictures | on the ave

photos by melissa korman

1 2






1 Samantha, Erika @ Spodak Dental Group

2 Gloria, Kayla @ Tyler Presley Salon

3 Rob @ Silverball Museum Arcade

4 C.J., Rose-Anne @ Terra Fiamma

5 Maria, Diane @ Mellow Mushroom

6 Purlife team @ Purlife Boca Raton Location

7 Cindy, Sara, Chris @ Sara Campbell

8 Melissa, Angelo, Aryana, Harlow, Jessie, Javier @

Mellow Mushroom

9 Tyler, Greg @ Mussel Beach



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pictures | on the ave

photos by melissa korman

1 2






1 Carole, Susan, Marcia @ Stitches By The Sea

2 Heather and Mitch @ Crest Theater @ InCite Talks

3 Jordan, Cameron @ Mussel beach

4 Patty, Harvey, Jeff, Carole, David, Sally, Kim, Darren, Allison,

Christine @ Our Boat House

5 Lovisa, Neda, Dale @ InCite Talks

6 Sky, Rachel, Joe @ Purgreens Boca Raton Location

7 George @ Delray Beach Gallery

8 Shaun, Romeo, Racquel, Valentina, Sharon @ Scuola Vecchia

9 Terry, Laura @ The Fite Group



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pictures | in the pineapple grove arts district

photos by melissa korman

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6 7

1 Elvin, Matt @ Lanzetta’s Barbershop

2 Jeff @ Dash Travel

3 Karen, Jennifer, Nicole @ Nicole’s Boutique

And Gallery

4 David, Colette, Ann, Angela, Ken, Linda, Joseph @

From Roehm With Love

5 Dianne @ Dianne Adams Salon

6 Amanda @ Banyan Restaurant

7 Bob, Zell @ Conte’s Deil

8 Peter, Sami, Madelyn @ The Pad

9 Jerilyn, Tim, Davida, Holli, Emily, Anthony @

Posh Properties



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pictures | in the pineapple grove arts district

photos by melissa korman

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1 EV, Jeff @ Vatican Tattoo Delray

2 Dr. Elan Schrier @ Schrier Family Chiropractic

3 Esais, Mark, Mark @ Lanzetta’s Barbershop

4 Joseph @ From Roehm With love

5 Wendy, Charlie @ Beaulieu-Fawcett Law Group

6 Lynn, Bob, Diane @ Greater Delray Beach Chamber

7 Olivier @ Lavender

8 Renee, Stephanie @ In The Grove Salon

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entertainment | goTTA know

Saint Joseph’s

Episcopal School’s

LAPS Event/


On Friday, January 26th, students at Saint

Joseph’s Episcopal School participated

in an annual Parent Organization event

we call LAPS. Students in all grade levels–

PK through Eighth Grade—ran, walked,

and navigated an obstacle course to raise

awareness for health and fitness and to fundraise

for a new scoreboard. Chairperson

Jennifer Marangos and her committee of

parent volunteers planned and facilitated

an exceptional experience for all, including

an informative lecture from Third Grade

parent Lindsay Gallego about the benefits

of living a healthy lifestyle. For more information

on Saint Joseph’s Episcopal School,


Sol Children

Theatre Presents


March 1 – 18

“A lovely night… a lovely night… a finer

night you know you’ll never see…”

~ Cinderella

Enchantment will rule at Sol Theatre

beginning March 1st, when Cinderella,

Richard Rodgers’ and Oscar Hammerstein

II’s magical musical adaptation of the classic

fairy tale is brought to life in the intimate

Boca Raton Theatre. The production will

run through March 18th.

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not-for-profit theatre organization founded

by veteran director and actor Rosalie Grant

sixteen years ago. The company’s mission

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and highly professional theatre experience.

Those children in then in turn provide quality

theatre experiences for audiences.

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By lisa marie

March 2

Death Wish - Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer presents

director Eli Roth’s reimagining of the

classic 1974 revenge thriller. This newest version

stars Bruce Willis as a doctor at a hospital

who decides to become a silent vigilante

when his family is assaulted. The city begins

to question whether he is a is a guardian angel

or a grim reaper. Also starring Vincent

D’Onofrio, Elisabeth Shue, Camila Morrone,

Jack Kesy, Dean Norris, Beau Knapp, Kirby

Bliss Blanton, and Mike Epps.

Red Sparrow starring Jennifer Lawrence

as the mysterious, deadly double agent spy

named Dominika Egorova. When she suffers a

career-ending injury, Dominika, is forced into

a Russian spy/double agent program, and after

enduring the perverse and sadistic training

process, she emerges as the most dangerous

Sparrow the program has ever produced.

Dominika must now reconcile the person she

Jennifer Lawrence

“Red Sparrow”

was with the power she now commands, with

her own life and everyone she cares about at

risk, including an American CIA agent who

tries to convince her he is the only person she

can trust. Cast also includes Joel Edgerton,

Matthias Schoenaerts, Charlotte Rampling,

Mary-Louise Parker and Jeremy Irons.

March 9

The Hurricane Heist - Under the threat

of a hurricane, opportunistic criminals infiltrate

a US Mint facility to steal $600 million

for the ultimate heist. When the hurricane

blows up into a lethal Category 5 storm and

their well-made plans go awry, they find

themselves needing a vault code known only

by one Treasury Agent (Maggie Grace), a

need that turns murderous. But the Treasury

agent has picked up an unlikely ally, a meteorologist

(Toby Kebbell) terrified of hurricanes

but determined to save his estranged

brother kidnapped by the thieves.

A Wrinkle in Time is based on the novel

by Madeleine L’Engle, and it’s quite epic. The

sci-fi fantasy story follows three people -

Meg, her brother, and her friend - who

are sent into space by three peculiar

beings in order to search and find

their missing scientist father.

The very impressive cast for

this film features Chris Pine,

Reese Witherspoon, Gugu

Mbatha-Raw, Michael Peña,

Zach Galifianakis, Oprah Winfrey,

Bellamy Young, Mindy Kaling,

Rowan Blanchard, Levi Miller,

André Holland, Daniel MacPherson,

Will McCormack, Deric Mc-

Cabe, along with Storm Reid as Meg.

March 16

Love, Simon This is one of the first

gay coming-of-age films about the life of

high schooler who has yet to tell his family

or friends he’s gay and he doesn’t actually

know the identity of the anonymous

classmate he’s fallen for online.

Starring young actor Nick Robinson

(from Jurassic World and The Kings

of Summer) as Simon. Also starring

Katherine Langford, Alexandra

Shipp, Jorge Lendeborg

Jr., Miles Heizer, Keiynan

Lonsdale, Logan Miller,

Jennifer Garner, Josh Duhamel, and Tony Hale.

Tomb Raider - Swedish actress Alicia Vikander

stars as Lara Croft, playing a young woman

living in London who decides to travel to a

mysterious island in an attempt to figure out

what happened to her eccentric adventurer

father. The cast includes Hannah John-Kamen,

Walton Goggins, Dominic West, Daniel Wu,

and Alexandre Willaume.

March 23

Midnight Sun is a tearjerker about

17-year-old Katie Price (Bella Thorne), sheltered

at home since childhood with a rare genetic

condition, a life-threatening sensitivity

to sunlight. Having only her father Jack (Rob

Riggle) for company, Katie’s world opens

up after dark when she ventures outside to

play her guitar. One night, her dreams come

true when she’s noticed and asked out by

her longtime crush Charlie (Patrick Schwarzenegger),

whom she’s secretly watched

from her bedroom window for years. As

they embark on nightly summer excursions,

Katie’s risk to sunlight grows and she’s presented

with the gut-wrenching dilemma of

whether she can live a normal life with her

newfound soul mate.

March 29

Ready Player One - In the near future,

gamers compete inside a massive video game

universe to find an “Easter egg” hidden by the

network’s recently deceased creator which

promises real life riches. Wade Watts (Tye

Sheridan) becomes the first player to successfully

navigate the first level of the test, sparking

a high-stakes international race to crack

the game’s code. Steven Spielberg directs this

dystopian adventure based off the 2011 sci-fi

novel by Ernest Cline.

March 30

Acrimony is an infidelity thriller starring

Taraji P. Henson as the faithful wife, tired of

standing by her husband who continues to

lie and cheat on her. Lyriq Bent plays her

husband, with a cast including Danielle Nicolet,

Jazmyn Simon, Tika Sumpter, Jason

Vail, and Ptosha Storey. The film is told mostly

through flashbacks, with Henson retelling

her story of how she first met him and all

the abuse she has quietly received over the

years, before turning vicious and vengeful.

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Camino Island

by John Grisham

Released March 6


delightfully lighthearted caper . . . [a] fastmoving,

entertaining tale.”—Pittsburgh Post-


gang of thieves stage a daring heist from

A a vault deep below Princeton University’s

Firestone Library. Their loot is priceless,

impossible to resist.

Bruce Cable owns a popular bookstore

in the sleepy resort town of Santa Rosa on

Camino Island in Florida. He makes his real

money, though, as a prominent dealer in

rare books. Very few people know that he

occasionally dabbles in unsavory ventures.

Mercer Mann is a young novelist with

a severe case of writer’s block who has

recently been laid off from her teaching

position. She is approached by an elegant,

mysterious woman working for an even

more mysterious company. A generous

monetary offer convinces Mercer to go undercover

and infiltrate Cable’s circle of literary

friends, to get close to the ringleader,

to discover his secrets.

But soon Mercer learns far too much, and

there’s trouble in paradise—as only John

Grisham can deliver it.

Let Me Lie

by Clare Mackintosh

Released March 13

In the newest psychological thriller from

the New York Times bestselling author of

I Let You Go and I See You, Clare Mackintosh

brings us a gripping story about how those

who love us never really leave us...

Two years ago, Tom and Caroline Johnson

committed suicide, one seemingly unable to

live without the other. Their adult daughter,

Anna, is struggling to come to terms with

her parents’ deaths, unable to comprehend

why they chose to end their lives. Now with

a young baby herself, she feels her mother’s

presence keenly and is determined to find

out what really happened to her parents.

But as Anna digs up the past, someone is

trying to stop her. She soon learns that nothing

is as it seemed.

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Gods of Howl

Mountain: A Novel

by Taylor Brown

Released March 20

In Gods of Howl Mountain, award-winning

author Taylor Brown explores a world

of folk healers, whiskey-runners, and dark

family secrets in the high country of 1950s

North Carolina.

Bootlegger Rory Docherty has returned

home to the fabled mountain of his childhood

- a misty wilderness that holds its secrets

close and keeps the outside world at gunpoint.

Slowed by a wooden leg and haunted

by memories of the Korean War, Rory runs

bootleg whiskey for a powerful mountain

clan in a retro-fitted ‘40 Ford coupe. Between

deliveries to roadhouses, brothels, and private

clients, he lives with his formidable

grandmother, evades federal agents, and

stokes the wrath of a rival runner.

In the mill town at the foot of the mountains

- a hotbed of violence, moonshine,

and the burgeoning sport of stock-car racing

- Rory is bewitched by the mysterious

daughter of a snake-handling preacher. His

grandmother, Maybelline “Granny May” Docherty,

opposes this match for her own reasons,

believing that “some things are best

left buried.” A folk healer whose powers are

rumored to rival those of a wood witch, she

concocts potions and cures for the people of

the mountains while harboring an explosive

secret about Rory’s mother - the truth behind

her long confinement in a mental hospital,

during which time she has not spoken

one word. When Rory’s life is threatened,

Granny must decide whether to reveal what

she knows...or protect her only grandson

from the past.

With gritty and atmospheric prose, Taylor

Brown brings to life a perilous mountain

and the family who rules it.

The Room on Rue


by Kristin Harmel

Released March 27

When newlywed Ruby Henderson Benoit

arrives in Paris in 1939 with her French

husband Marcel, she imagines strolling arm

in arm along the grand boulevards, awash in

the golden afternoon light. But war is looming

on the horizon, and as France falls to the Nazis,

her marriage begins to splinter, too.

Charlotte Dacher is eleven when the Germans

roll into the French capital, their sinister

swastika flags snapping in the breeze.

After the Jewish restrictions take effect and

Jews are ordered to wear the yellow star,

Charlotte can’t imagine things getting much

worse. But then the mass deportations begin,

and her life is ripped forever apart.

Thomas Clarke joins the British Royal Air

Force to protect his country, but when his

beloved mother dies in a German bombing

during the waning days of the Blitz, he wonders

if he’s really making a difference. Then

he finds himself in Paris, in the shadow of

the Eiffel Tower, and he discovers a new reason

to keep fighting—and an unexpected

road home.

When fate brings them together, Ruby,

Charlotte, and Thomas must summon the

courage to defy the Nazis—and to open

their own broken hearts—as they fight to

survive. Rich with historical drama and

emotional depth, this is an unforgettable

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entertainment | concerts

photos by tom craig

Jethro Tull guitarist

Martin Barre brings

Tull hits and solo work

to the Funky Biscuit

Instrumental rock

guitarist Joe Satriani

DAZZLES a sold out crowd

AT the Parker Playhouse

Songwriter, composer and singer Jimmy Webb who

is the only artist ever to have received Grammy

AWARDS for music, lyrics, and orchestration is

seen here in concert at the Crest Theater

Darlene Love pop music

singer and actress

entertains the crowd

AT the Parker Playhouse

Singer-Songwriter David Crosby

a founding member of both the

Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash

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Soul singersongwriter


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By Dr. Safranski

Raise Your Hand If You

Have A Shoulder Issue

The shoulder is the most complicated joint in the body. It’s actually not

a typical joint. In reality, it’s a joint that is comprised of multiple muscles

that all combine to synergistically perform 6 fluid motions - flexion,

extension, internal and external rotation, abduction, and adduction.

The rotator cuff muscles play a big part in what motions we can

perform. That is why these types of injuries are more common

in sports that have the same repetitive movement such as: tennis,

racketball, baseball, softball, and football, to name a few.

However, these injuries are not just limited to sporting activities.

FOOSH injuries (Falling On Out-Stretched Hand) can also

cause rotator cuff injuries or even dislocation of the shoulder. Taking

a hard hit in a contact sport, such as football, can also lead to

injuries of the rotator cuff.

Rotator cuff injuries are graded in three stages. Stage one has minimal

pain, slight loss of mobility with MRI findings showing 1-10% of

damaged fibers in the affected tissue. This injury can take anywhere

between seven days to four weeks to recover. Grade two has significant

pain, and loss of range of motion with 11-50% injury to fibers of

the affected musculature. Recovery of a grade two injury can be two

weeks to a year. Grade three, and the most significant, is a 51-100%

tear in the fibers in the musculature. Surgery is most likely recommended,

and typical recovery is two months to a year. The recommendation

is - if you have injured your shoulder in anyway, even if it

is just a “tweak,” you should have it evaluated by a professional who

specializes in these types of injures. These little injuries can lead to

long term problems or lead to even more substantial injuries, which

is why you should have them addressed immediately.

To isolate the problem area we must address which muscle(s) is/

are the root cause of the injury. This is done through specific muscle

testing, range of motion exercises and palpation (feeling the injured

area). Once the severity is determined, treatment can begin. Studies

have shown that a combination of therapies and techniques can

help speed up the healing process and decrease your down-time.

Techniques such as Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization,

Graston, Active Release Technique, Electrical Stimulation, and Photobiomodulation

(Class IV Cold Laser) all help in faster healing.

Combining these techniques with range of motion exercises, proper

stretching and strengthening to the affected areas have been proven

to not only relieve the pain, but speed up recovery time.

One modality offered is the Class IV Cold Laser, photobiomodulation,

it can help speed up tissue healing up to 10 times the regular

rate. It does this by decreasing the inflammation phase, delaying

the development of scar tissue formation and by bringing nutrients

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health & beauty | dermatology

By Jennifer Wilson, MSN, ARNP, NP-C

Fall in Love With

The Skin You’re In

Have you hugged your skin today? It’s time to take a closer look at

your body’s largest organ and consider spoiling it this year with love.

In order to do this you need to have a strategy starting with an annual

dermatology skin check. Without taking a closer look at your skincare

needs you could miss a warning sign that could put your health at risk.

According to the Amercian Cancer Society skin cancer is the

most common form of cancer and has been on the rise in the

past few decades. Most skin cancer is triggered from years

of over exposed skin to ultraviolet (UV) rays from the

sun or tanning beds. The good news is that the skin

is an organ that we can visually see and can be easy

to diagnose and treat without the cost and time of

diagnostics such as CT scans and xrays.

There are two main types of skin cancer;

melanoma and non-melanoma. Melanomas

develop in the melanocytes which gives the

skin a dark color. It can start off as a small

dark spot or a mole that starts to change and

grow. Although the rarest of all the types of

skin cancers, melanomas can be a serious situation

if left untreated due to their ability to travel

to other parts of the body other than skin. Nonmelanomas

such as basal and squamous cells are

far more common and are typically seen in areas

of the body that are exposed to the sun such as the

back, chest, and face.

Basal cells, found in the basal layer of the skin,

are typically pearly and dome shaped with possible

blood vessels feeding into them. If caught

early on they can be easily treated in office and

most patients do not have a reoccurrence. If left

untreated, basal cells can grow in to surrounding

tissues and organs. Having a history of basal

cell cancer puts you at a higher risk of having

another one.

Squamous cell cancer can

present as crusted or a non

healing-wound. If left untreated

for a long period of

time they can travel to other

parts of the body like melanomas. Squamous cells

sometimes can have a precancerous lesion that appears before

they do. This is called actinic keratosis which can be removed in

office to effectively treat and prevent skin cancers from forming.

Making an appointment with a dermatologist for an annual skin

check is the first step toward protecting yourself from skin cancer. A

licensed and experienced practitioner will provide you with an overall

comprehensive skin check that will include recommendations for

future care. Dermatologists also provide medical care for patients

experiencing hair loss or skin conditions such as acne, eczema, or

psoriasis. As a nurse practitioner in South Florida I am passionate

about preventative care as we see actinic keratosis on most patients

who are above the age of 50. It’s rewarding

to help patients stay clear from skin cancers

and also educate them at the same time.

We can’t reverse the years we spent laying

in the sun with baby oil or bronzing

ourselves in tanning beds. We can however

prevent future skin cancers from

forming by doing two things; getting skin

checks regularly at a dermatologist’s office

and using sunscreen when exposed

to UV rays. Dermatologists

recommend using an SPF 50

when exposing your skin to combat

UVA and UVB rays as well as

sun spots and acne. In addition to a

good sunscreen, the #1 outdoor mustdo

for Floridians is to wear protective

clothing such as a wide brimmed hats and

SPF clothing…even Lilly Pulitzer is now

incorporating SPF into her clothing

line. Love yourself this year and

make your skincare appointment

a priority today.

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Delray Beach, FL 33445


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health & beauty | Your Dental Health

By craig spodak, dmd, pa

Bite Into A Healthy Lifestyle!

Enjoy food that

nourishes a healthy

body and smile.

While you should always focus on eating right, March is

National Nutrition Month and the Academy of Nutrition

and Dietetics encourages everyone to pay special attention

as to what you’re putting in your body. Adopting a healthy

lifestyle promotes your overall health and can reduce your risk of

chronic diseases, such as diabetes, heart disease, stroke and even

some types of cancer, so it’s a win, win. Use this month as a way

to evaluate your dietary health and make sure you’re as healthy

as you can be!

As we all know, and as the Academy points out, the foods we eat

have a direct impact on not only our overall health but also our oral

health. Bacteria rely on carbohydrates to thrive. Any dentist will

urge you to cut back on candy and sweets as they consist of simple

sugars that feed the bacteria in your mouth and enhance tooth decay.

There are also tons of hidden sugars in foods you might not expect,

so take a look at the food labels and pay attention to anything

ending in “-ose” so you can avoid it. These foods usually offer little

nutritional value and there are much better alternatives to satisfy

your hunger or a craving.

The building blocks for strong, healthy teeth include getting

enough calcium (strengthens bones and extends the life of your

teeth), Vitamin D (helps you absorb calcium), Vitamin A (helps

your mouth heal quickly, strengthens enamel and prevents dry

mouth) and Vitamin C (keeps gums healthy, prevents teeth from

loosening and protects against gingivitis).

Eating for a healthy smile and happy body is easy as there are

a lot of options that not only taste good but are beneficial. Dairy

products, for example, provide the body with nutritional items that

support tooth enamel. Foods high in protein feature phosphorus,

which is a nutrient critical to oral health (when eaten in the suggested

amount), and can be found in cheese, fish, seeds and nuts,

lean meat, lentils and more.

Try to also include a colorful array of foods for your palate.

Fruits and vegetables make for a bright and healthy addition

to any meal, and it’s a great idea to eat them with other foods

throughout the day so the acid and sugar is ingested with everything

else you’re eating. Additionally, eating fresh fruits and

vegetables helps protect teeth by stimulating the production

of saliva, which cleanses the mouth and makes it less acidic.

Just remember that good nutrition should always be on

your mind, for the sake of your body and smile! A good diet

is critical for the health of your mouth and staying healthy,

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health & beauty | body beautiful

By ashley sica

Why I Love Intermittent Fasting

You may or may not have heard of this concept before

but if you haven’t I’m here to tell you a little about

Intermittent Fasting (IF), how it works and why I love it!

When I first started to learn about

this concept, I had a hard time

believing this way of eating

could be so beneficial. Skipping breakfast,

letting hours go by without eating!?

No way!? But after doing lots of research

and trying this concept myself for several

years now, I will share how IF can

make reaching your fitness goals a bit

easier by turning on your body’s fat burning

mode along with helping you become

a healthier version of yourself.

“What type of ‘diet’ is this?” you might

ask. For starters, it’s not a diet it’s a pattern.

Intermittent fasting is a term for an

eating pattern that cycles between periods

of fasting and eating. It does not give

you particular foods you should eat, but

rather when you should eat. Don’t let the

term “fasting” scare you either. Fasting actually

allows the body to function more efficiently

and literally helps turn your body

into a fat burning machine. Not only is it super beneficial for

fat burning, it has an entire slew of other amazing health benefits.

IF is efficient at lowering insulin resistance (great for people concerned

about Type 2 Diabetes). It helps reduce stress and inflammation

in the body, which is very beneficial in helping to starve cancer

cells. It backs the research of lowering your risk of Alzheimer’s

(something that runs on both sides of my family) and increases brain

health and function. I think more clearly and have much more energy

before I put food in my body. The list of health benefits is very long. If

you are interested in learning more about these IF health benefits, I

encourage you to do some research of your own.

In addition I love IF because it has allowed me to simplify my

eating. I am no longer concerned with what type of food to eat and

when to be eating. Life just seems a little simpler and I’m not worried

about breakfast when I’m trying to get 3 kids and myself out

of the house in the morning. A feat any busy mom can relate to.

So what does skipping breakfast have to do with all of this? Skipping

breakfast extends the amount of time that you are in the fasted

state. While you are sleeping your body is in a fasted stated. That’s

why breakfast is called what it is - “Break (the) Fast.” Skipping

breakfast extends the time your body is in fat burning mode. Experts

recommend fasting for at least 16 hours from the time of your

last meal. For example - if you ate dinner at 7pm your next meal

should be at 11am the following day. This is mostly the method that

I follow. By letting your body fast, amazing things start to happen,

such as the health benefits I mentioned above.

I should add that there are several different methods/ways to

incorporate IF into your lifestyle. This is not a one size fits all plan

and there are many different methods to suit ones needs. Do some

research and find a version that will work best with your needs,

goals and lifestyle.

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European Wax Center

Treat Yourself Like Royalty

By Nicol Jenkins | photos by melissa korman

If you haven’t tried one of the premier

waxing services at European Wax Center,

you will soon experience the royal treatment.

The Delray Beach wax center offers hair removal and waxing

services for men and women. Let us pamper you with hair

wax services like our Brazilian wax, eyebrow, bikini, leg, upper

lip, face, full body waxing, and more. Guests can enhance their

waxing experience with European Wax Center’s signature line of

skin and beauty products and the convenience of online booking.

First time guests get their first wax free! Women can choose from

eyebrow, underarm or bikini line wax. Men can try eyebrow, ear, or

nose wax. Plus, first time guests will get half off any other service.

European Wax Center also has their own line of products called

Strut 365, a brow, body and skincare collection. Guests can make

their skin look amazing by trying one or more of the skincare

products. During the month of March, buy one and get 10 percent

off, buy 2 get 15 percent off, by 3 get 20 percent off, and buy 4 and

get 25 percent off!

“In March, the weather is getting warmer and more people are

going to the beach. Now is the time to focus on protecting your skin

from the sun. Our skincare line helps you look lavish,” said Amy

Cropper, Franchisee of European Wax Center in Delray Beach.

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As soon as you walk through the door, you feel right at home.

Their staff welcomes guests and guides them in choosing the right

service and products. The wax specialists receive extensive training

and some of them have been at the location since opening. European

Wax Center uses only top quality products and their wax is

known as the comfort wax.

“We have a patent on our wax and our skincare line focuses

on comfort. It helps prepare the wax to be more comfortable. We

also offer a restoring serum, ingrown hair serum and slow it down

body wash and body lotion, an eyebrow care line, highlighters

and eyeliners,” said Cropper. “Our entire line of products is called

Strut 365 by European Wax Center. Our mantra is you walk in but

you strut out, and feel good when you leave us. We are known for

our comfort wax that has a patent on it which makes us unique

along with our 4 step process we use. This comfort wax is made

for people with sensitive skin and allergies as well. We offer the

first time free so our guests can experience that comfort feel for

themselves in the wax and then they immediately want to book

their next appointment!” Clients that book their next appoint-

ment can even earn points which is money on their profile to

use in the store anyway they like.

European Wax Center also provides perks to their customers.

Along with pre-booking their next appointment points

customers also get points for referring a friend and then they

can use the credit towards a future service as well. All this

and more helps guests save money! Along with our wonderful

packages series if you like!

“We want to make sure our customers know that we appreciate

them. We strive for the best in customer service. We

strive to make everyone feel comfortable, and we do everything

we can to accommodate our guests,” said Cropper.

The Delray Beach European Wax Center continues to grow

and provide guests with the best in customer care.

“I love European Wax Center and hope to own more. I believe

once you get them in the door, they feel how comfortable

the wax is. Telling people is one thing but once you get

them in the door and show them, they are hooked. Our wax

is like no other; so many men are coming here as well,” said

Cropper. “What separates us from everyone else is we don’t

just want to tell you this, we want to prove it to you; the first

time is free! We do everything we can to make people happy,

and we go above and beyond. That is hard to find today in

customer service.”

European Wax Center offers monthly promotions and now

guests can even make an appointment on the European Wax

Center App. And or by phone.

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DR. ZARINA Staller

A Dental Office

Where You Come First

by diane feen

Dr. Zarina Staller likes to do

things in a big way. She went

to Dental school in Bogota,

Colombia and established a

successful dental practice there.

But when her family moved to

the United States she decided to

settle in South Florida.

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Armed with her D.D.S. from Colegio Odontologico she embarked

on a new journey at Nova Southeastern University

School of Dental Medicine. It is at Nova that she received her

D.M.D. Degree with honors.

“I was so focused on doing well in dental school that I did nothing

but study and immerse myself in learning everything I could,” said

the personable energetic dentist.

It paid off.

While at Nova she received the Academy of General Dentistry

Award for being the most outstanding student in the dental school.

She was also selected by the administration as a Presidential Knight

to represent the University at special events.

Not only did Dr. Staller graduate with honors, but she has been

a teacher of cosmetic dentistry at Nova Southeastern University

School of Dental Medicine for the past 17 years.

But that’s only part of the resume of a woman who takes the

practice of dentistry to a fine art. “My father was an Oral Surgeon

in Colombia and I grew up helping in his practice. Many of my relatives

were in the dental field, so it was natural for me to become a

dentist. I love my profession.”

You bet she does. Dr. Staller not only has a full-time practice in the

Addison Place in Delray, but she also does dentistry for the military.

“Once or twice a month I travel to military installations around the

country to do dental work for servicemen and women being deployed.

We might see 300 to 500 patients in a weekend, but I love it.”

You would think that a dental professional with a thriving practice

in the Delray area would be content to work two jobs. But Dr.

Staller is not your average dentist. She thrives on challenges and

rises to meet them with élan.

She also does volunteer dentistry at The Caridad Center and is

a professional underwater photographer. Her photos have won

awards and are sparkling examples of the inherent beauty of Mother

Nature’s finest deep-sea wonders. There are times when you might

be shocked at her bravery. “I went 145 feet down to take pictures of

sharks,” she says with a smile. There are also stills of a Cayman Island

turtle and brilliant photos of anemones from the underbelly of Egypt.

But that’s only the tip of the iceberg – or ocean life – for this

dedicated dental professional with the upbeat modern office in

Addison Place.

“My dental practice is a boutique style where personal attention

is at its zenith. I practice dentistry like dentists did in years

before. From the moment patients come into the office I am with

them. I listen to their fears and problems and am very honest in

assessing treatment.”

While some dental practices tend to do lots of root canals andsurgical

procedures, Dr. Staller is more conservative in her approach

to care. “I had one patient come to me very upset because

she was told she needed a lot of expensive dental work. I examined

her and found she did not need surgery. I fixed her teeth in a

more affordable way without surgery and with less discomfort.”

Dr. Staller specializes in cosmetic dentistry and is steeped in

the age-old habit of seeing each patient on a one-to-one basis. “I

spoil my patients and spend a lot of time with each of them. I was

one of the first dentists in the area to offer computerized anesthesia

and I attend the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry

conference every year in order to further my education.”

She also prides herself on spending time with each patient to

make sure they get the right treatment customized for them. Dr.

Staller offers porcelain and composite veneers but is open and honest

about which one meets the budgetary needs of each patient.

One size does not fit all here.

And that’s a good thing. “I try to find the best solution for each

patient. Dentistry is not about the money. I give my patients an

honest opinion about what they need. We practice compassionate

care here from head to heart.”

If you ask Jean Marie Angelora she’ll attest to that. She’s been going

to Dr. Staller for 11 years for all her dental needs. “Everyone here

is very friendly and it’s comfortable. I never have pain and the doctor

is thorough and well qualified. My husband also comes to Dr. Staller.”

Alexandra B agrees. “I have spent almost 50 years being frightened

of the dentist, but I can easily recommend this lovely doctor

and her office. Everyone is gracious, kind and knowledgeable about

what they do and how to best assist the patient. Dr. Staller even reshaped

some of my teeth at no charge, so I would feel better about

going to a family event. I look forward to going back - that might be

the first time I’ve ever said that about a dentist.”

There are dozens of impressive testimonials and endorsements

about Dr. Staller. And she deserves them. But her expertise doesn’t

stop at general dentistry. You can also get inlays and onlays, bonding,

fillings, crowns, bridges, cleaning, laser therapy for gum disease

and other treatments.

Kevin sums it up quite well. “Finally, a dentist that focuses on me!

A true dental boutique. You won’t find anything like this anywhere.

No more feeling like I’m part of an assembly line. I have Dr. Staller’s

undivided attention and her complete focus is on my treatment and

my satisfaction. No matter how nervous I am about a procedure Dr.

Staller immediately puts me at ease. And her work is immaculate.

A true artist. She recently expertly repaired a crown where other

doctors wanted to replace it with a new one. It’s an experience like

you’ve never had with any other dentist.”

DR. ZARINA Staller D.M.D., P.A.

Addison Place

16950 Jog Road – Suite 106

Delray Beach, Florida

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Health, Beauty And Fitness

by diane feen | photos by melissa korman

When it comes to looking and feeling your best Purlife has a

utopia of options. There’s Purlife, the fitness center – Purstrands,

the Salon and Purgreens, where the essence of health is distilled

upon your palate. The cycle is complete when each part of this

Lifestyle Fitness, Salon and eatery are combined as one.

The success of this complex of health and beauty has been so

overwhelming positive that they recently opened a downtown

Boca Raton location. “We are more of a culture than a gym, it’s

about an overall lifestyle. You can look better, feel better inside and

out under one roof,” said Taylor Miebach of Purlife Boca.

He’s right. When it comes to health, beauty and fitness (the three

ingredients of well-being) the Purlife brand has you covered. Quite

literally, their salon will cover your hair with color, your face with

illuminating make-up and orchestrate the perfect hairstyle that best

fits your features and facial structure.

The Purstrands Salon, owned and operated by Stylist Bethany

Bartlett-Tomko, has a reputation for upbeat styling and hair color

that is formulated for each client. “We have everything from natural

hair color to fashion shades, keeping you up to date with the current

trends” said Bartlett-Tomko, who has been in the salon industry for

over 20 years.

The new Purstrands, located in beautiful Downtown Boca Raton, is

larger than the Delray location. “Our master stylist will become your

very own personal consultant, ensuring you get the perfect color, cut

and style for you. I believe your appearance is an outward expression

of an inner belief, therefore we get to know you personally and customize

a look that fits your personality,” said Bartlett-Tomko.

The Delray Purstrands has been open for three years. They are so

much a part of the Delray beauty and fashion scene that they coifed

the models at the Delray Beach Annual Fashion Week. “We created

avant-garde hair styles for the hair show and Boho beach styles for

the fashion models. We also tailored a make-up look for each model

that reflected the style of the outfit,” said Bartlett-Tomko.

To know Bartlett-Tomko is to know that her path has been strewn

with beauty and salon culture since she was a young girl. Growing

up in Cherryfield, Maine she loved Hair and Fashion from an early

age. “My family and friends would come to me and ask advice about

fashion and beauty while I was growing up in the small town of Cherryfield,”

she said.

Bartlett-Tomko graduated high school, attended college at the

University of Maine, and then graduated Cosmetology School in

Portland, Maine.

She also became a Master Goldwell colorist and Hair extension

guru while honing her craft. When she moved to Florida she immediately

got the position of manager at the Salon department at NSpa at

the Delray Beach Marriott.

Her dream of starting a salon and fitness center with her husband

Travis Tomko took a year and a half to come to fruition, but it was

worth it, they said. “This all started when we were walking by the

The new Purstrands salon in Boca

The Purlife Boca gym floor

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Purlife Boca personal trainers and group fitness teams

Pineapple Grove location and noticed it was vacant. We made it happen

three years ago and it was like a dream come true. Now with our

second location in Boca Raton, we are truly living the dream again.”

Purstrands is true to their heritage of health and wellness even

in their hair care products and coloring agents. They have organic

color products that are gentle on your hair without the chemical additives

that can strip it of its luster (and its fullness). Instead they

have healthier lifting agents that create a beautiful color.

Bartlett-Tomko is also an expert at placing hair extensions. Purstrands

has five brands of hair extensions that are each suited for

different clients. Their own label of hair extensions has weft hair

with micro links that don’t cause damage to the natural hair. “There

is less breakage and less pull and tugging on the hair because they

are evenly dispersed by weight. They don’t have to be taken out and

reapplied as often either, which is better for the hair.”

That is Bartlett-Tomko’s dream for her clients. She wants them to

enjoy the intimate setting and experience of Purstrands, while seeing

beauty from the inside out. “My philosophy is that healthy hair

starts with a great diet and exercise program. Then, with the help of

a Spectacular Stylist to pull it all together, you will have the strength

and confidence to take on the world.”

Purstrands carries Goldwell, KMS, Ouidad and Davines products.

In addition to the salon setting, they provide on-location services for

events or weddings for both hair and makeup.

They do haircuts for men and women and in the new Boca Raton

location a barber is standing by to do shaves and haircuts for men.

The new Boca Raton Purstrands is larger than the Delray location

but equally as intimate and comfortable. They offer the same treatments,

such as Kerasilk Keratin Straightening, Corrective Color, Styling,

Blow Dry, Base/Root Touch-Up, Balayage, Partial and Full Highlights,

Dimensional Color, Make-up application and more.

If you want to experience health and wellness at its zenith head

over to Purstrands, Purlife and Purgreens Restaurant. There an oasis

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Needlepoint Au Courant

By diane feen | photos by melissa korman

Some people say that a visit to Stitches by the Sea is like a

day at a relaxing spa. There is no hot tub or Pilates but there

is a lot of creative stitchery and camaraderie on the premises.

Judi sharing her stitching knowledge

cross body straps for your fashionista

Years of experience hard at work

The interesting thing about this popular needlepoint store is

that it’s a place where good vibes circulate like crisp mountain

air. Some come to buy artful designer canvasses; others

find the allure in sitting and stitching under the watchful eye

of an experienced staff.

“My friend Anita and I are tennis players and she brought me to

Stitches by the Sea. It’s just so calming and peaceful here – needlepoint

really is yoga for the mind,” said Lorraine, who was making a

beautiful glass case on a colorful needlepoint canvas.

While Anita and Lorraine were stitching away Karen (the

daughter-in-chief) was nearby helping everyone with questions

about thread, stitches and strategic needlepoint planning. Though

needlepoint was originally a handmade past-time for older folks,

the tide is clearly turning. It’s being touted as the new antidote to

Family and fun is how Judi, Dick and Karen Stitches

stress or boredom.

“Needlepoint has become cool, there are modern designer canvases,

new threads that glisten and add dimension, and techniques

that make this a fun hobby,” said Karen.

She’s right. Recently Better Homes and Gardens did a two-page

spread on needlepoint accessories. They refer to the art of needlepoint

as “edgy interpretations and kits that play up euphoric color

combos and irreverent sayings that will have you in stitches.”

The reason needlepoint is having a newfound resurrection is

partly because of the artfully designed canvases available at Stitches

by the Sea. Also, because it’s a healthy and harmonizing way to

spend creative time. It may not replace the Kindle or Netflix, but it’s

sure giving them a run for their money.

“This is not your grandmother’s needlepoint - it’s cool and modern,”

said Karen. “Our beautiful designer canvases from Charley

Harper, Vicki Sawyer, Kate Dickerson, Funda Scully and other promising

artists make needlepointing more exciting than ever before.”

Designer Kate Dickerson of Cape Cod has a Lucite accessory

backgammon set (and a needlepoint tray) in wonderful colors and

prints that make them a bit more edgy.

Grandma would not believe what’s in store for needlepoint aficionados

today. Cathy O’Connell, who’s been needlepointing for 50

years, was working on a three-dimensional hedgehog. She continues

her passion for needlepoint because she sees it in a new light

every year. “I love needlepoint because it provides a creative outlet

for your mind. There are also a lot more complex stitches and exciting

fibers to choose from.”

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check out Karen’s corner

There sure are. Some come in silks, rayons, cottons, wools,

metallics, and other novelty textures. The needlepointing

repertoire is over the moon with designer handbags, threedimensional

animals and wall hangings. Owner Judi Alweil

recently completed a fuchsia, hot pink and orange needlepoint

handbag with fold over flap that is as elegant as those from

Neiman Marcus or Saks.

Stitches by the Sea not only has a loyal following, but they

have become Instagram Celebrities as well. This social media

hub has become a place where Stitches by the Sea can display

their newest designer canvases and accessories and where

guests can share a hug between stitches. “One woman followed

me on Instagram and ended up flying here from New

Jersey for our Penny Macleod trunk show,” said Karen.

Stitches by the Sea also has other new fans. Recently

10-year-old Samantha came with her aunt to learn to needlepoint.

She called the stitching and schmoozing group, “The

Needlepoint Sister Circle.”

Karen has been teaching young people how to needlepoint

for a while now but sees an upswing in this trend. “It’s important

for kids to do something that is not related to technology.

It’s good for their eye-hand coordination and it gets them off social

media. It also helps young people interact with each other.”

To appease any age customer, Stitches by the Sea has added

hipster and millennial canvases with peace signs, high-top sneakers,

a VW van and kitschy sentiments. There are handbags with

needlepoint straps, 3-D animals, eyeglass cases and adult dolls.

Add that to needlepoint wall décor of varying colors and

designs and you have a veritable world of needlepoint that

is breathtaking and refreshing. There are geometric patterns

that swirl with color and 3-D flower pots that rise above their

turquoise background.

Stitches by the Sea is not only a creative storehouse of brilliance,

but it’s also become a place where strangers become

friends and friends cement alliances.

Don’t forget to look for Needlepoint Guru-in Resident Carole,

who is always working on something inspiring. She’ll

make you laugh and give advice when needed.

“We have wonderful relationships with our local customers

here and those all over the country.”

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Stronger Than Ever

By Diane Feen | photos by melissa korman

There’s a small slice of life in Delray Beach

that changes people’s perspectives about their

daily routine and their health and welfare.

It’s called Delray Beach Boxing & Fitness and it’s a place where

fitness and boxing are combined with the promise of nirvana. If

you combine the force of exercise with the preciseness of boxing,

you have quite an elixir of excitement.

And isn’t that why we exercise and go to the gym? To gather momentum

to feel better than when we entered. Of course, exercise is

a healthy way to keep your calories at bay and to strengthen your

core both mentally and physically. But there’s a new way to make

this shift from ordinary fitness to extraordinary fitness.

Just ask Brad Cubbage. He gets to Delray Beach Boxing & Fitness

at 6:30am and says it’s an attitude adjustment free fall. “Coming here

can turn a bad day into a good day. I used to go to a different gym, but

this is a better workout because there’s a change in the routine and a

combination of fitness workouts that keeps me interested.”

Change is good in life – especially in exercising. Once boredom

sets in it’s easy to want to do something else. But with the stressful

reality of life today, exercise is the best antidote to complacency

and frustration.

Head boxing coach Michael Moorer

Katie, Rich, Kofi, Serge, Chase, Lawrence, Michael, Marit, Matt, Cait, Steve

That’s why Leslie Braun started coming to Delray Beach Boxing

& Fitness. The interior designer, who moved to Florida from LA,

finds this type of exercise a great release of tension. “Coming here

and working out can turn bad into good. It gets me in shape and

builds muscles all over. I like the focus and intensity.”

Braun is right. There is a strong component of exercise with boxing

at its base. The one-hour classes include intense interval training,

boxing and other short periods of jumping jacks, sit ups and

other body movements.

Head Fitness Instructor, Kofi Sekyiamah, started his career as the

strength and conditioning coach at the U.S. Olympic training center

in Colorado. At Delray Boxing & Fitness he has an inspiring goal for

all. “Our objective is to build health and fitness programs that encourage

aerobic conditioning, muscular endurance, flexibility and

joint stability. It’s about cultivating an overall sense of well-being.”

Kofi improves clients lives and helps them reach their health and

fitness dreams (however lofty). He’s powerful in his stance (as a

trainer) and wise enough to help you to improve the overall quality

of your life. “We help people get in shape with boxing at its core,”

said the former world class athlete-coach.

His goal is one that seeps into the consciousness of those who

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Personalized exercise session in our state of the art fitness center

Working on Technique

join Delray Beach Boxing & Fitness. Members feel a sense of undulating

euphoria that happens when at the club. Dustin Laun and

Brittany Galli know the feeling.

“I love it here. I jump rope, take a boxing class and spar on Friday

nights in the ring. I fell in love with sparing in college. It gives you

control and space to compete without getting hurt,” said Laun. His

girlfriend Galli comes to jump rope, get conditioning, strengthening

and use the fitness machines.

There’s also Peloton bikes, spinning bikes (with headphones

for music and landscape escape), self-propelled treadmills and

other popular equipment to buff (or beef you up) and let your

endorphins roam free in your consciousness. There’s also an infrared

sauna and showers.

The rehabilitative aspect of working out here is also remarkable.

Kofi helps those with injuries get back in shape and move in tandem

with their lives. “I give clients tools to strengthen every muscle in

their body and improve their performance as boxers or real-life activity.

I design a program for clients that helps them develop balance

and symmetry. It’s especially good for people who play golf or tennis.”

Their new Head Boxing instructor is former Heavyweight Champion

of the World Michael Moorer. The self-described “Teacher of

the Art” is a three-time World Boxing Champ.

And on March 31st you can Meet, Greet and Eat (and get autograph)

with Former Heavyweight Champion Michael Moorer while watching

the current Heavyweight Champion, Anthony Joshua defend his title.

Moorer is one of four men (Muhammad Ali, Evander Holyfield, and

Lennox Lewis) to win a Heavyweight World Title three times. He also

won world titles at both light heavyweight and heavyweight.

Known as “Double M,” Moorer brings technical expertise and

experience as a professional boxer-teacher to members of Delray

Beach Boxing. He works with children and adults - and is available

for private instruction.

Even if you want to hit a punching bag after a fight with your

significant other (or boss) there are other fitness options at this

boxing-inspired fitness club.

There’s the social component. It’s one of comfort and camaraderie

with a Pub interior. The Cornerman Pub & Lounge has a

friendly laid-back vibe that makes you feel like you’re in a living

room of greatness. The walls are 100-year-old reclaimed wood

and it’s an insular intimate space to have a drink, hang out with

friends or watch Boxing Pay-Per-View events (or other sports) on

multiple flat screen TV’s.

You can also watch boxing matches in the ring nearby on their

184-inch drop down screen, while dining on food and drinks.

There are two types of memberships available. The Social Membership

allows you access to The Cornerman Pub & Lounge as well

as a gym on weekends (The Weekend Warrior Package). The other

membership gives unlimited access to classes, the boxing gym, fitness

center and the pub.

If you’re not ready to join the Club, you can just pay for classes.

Delray Beach Boxing & Fitness is the newest wave in fitness options.

It combines the euphoria of exercise with the dexterity of boxing.

It also throws in peace of mind and relaxation as a party favor.

Kids classes available

Delray Beach Boxing & Fitness Center

2455 N. Old Dixie Hwy

561-501-2855 | march 2018 | 79

Cynthia M. Pyfrom P.A.

Matrimonial & Family Law

Passionate About Helping Clients

By nicol jenkins | Photos by melissa korman

Cynthia M. Pyfrom is more than

your typical family law attorney.

Her passion for listening and

thoughtfully guiding her clients

through one of the most difficult

times in their life is apparent as

soon as you meet her.

Cynthia M. Pyfrom, Esq. at the Delray Beach Courthouse

In fact, her law firm, Cynthia M. Pyfrom, P.A. was founded in 2014

on the belief that everyone deserves honest and straightforward

legal representation. President and Owner, Cynthia Pyfrom, Esq.,

has a passion for family law that is evidenced by her numerous years

of experience as a paralegal and ultimate decision to attend law

school in order to make a personal impact in her community.

Cynthia M. Pyfrom, P.A. provides high quality legal representation

in Matrimonial and Family Law matters, including but not

limited to dissolution of marriage, child support, timesharing, equitable

distribution of property, modifications, enforcement, contempt,

pre and post nuptial agreements, paternity and alimony.

Since these matters can sometimes be a financial burden on the

parties involved, Cynthia M. Pyfrom, P.A. provides competitive

rates along with reasonable retainer fees.

Family law matters can evoke high emotions and stress on those

involved. Cynthia M. Pyfrom, P.A. understands the sensitive nature

of these family law matters and works hard to ensure her clients

are walked through the process with step-by-step legal advice and

personal involvement.

The local attorney has a wealth of expertise in the legal field.

She started working as a law receptionist in 1997 and later became

a paralegal.

“I fell in love with family law when I first started working in that

field in 2005. Ultimately, I decided to go to law school and become

an attorney myself. I worked full time at a family law office and attended

law school at Nova Southeastern University in the Evening

Program,” said Pyfrom.

Besides her experience in law, Pyfrom incorporates counseling

into her practice.

“I was originally going to be a high school teacher and took a lot

of psychology classes during my undergraduate studies. When I fell

into family law in 2005, I loved it because it mixed law and psychology.

I genuinely enjoy being able to help my clients through one

of the most difficult experiences of their life,” said Pyfrom, adding,

“It’s rewarding helping people. Many of my clients come into my

office and they are in a bad place in their life. When the case is over,

I want to make sure they are in a much better place. I enjoy helping

people and that’s what I feel like I’m doing in family law.”

The attorney believes the practice is unique because of her extensive

legal background and her personal experiences in life,

which give her a distinctive perspective. Cynthia M. Pyfrom, P.A.

is a boutique law firm. Cynthia is the sole attorney and she spe-

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Our Firm: Karla M. Southam, CP, FRP and Cynthia M. Pyfrom, Esq.

cializes in personalized attention to each of her clients. She is

always accessible to answer her client’s questions regarding

their case, and she deals with clients on a one-on-one basis.

Her rates are highly reasonable compared to other attorneys

in the area and Cynthia’s experience in the legal field. She also

gives back to the community, is on the Board of the South Palm

Beach County Florida Association for Women Lawyers and is

also a founding member of The Susan Greenberg Family Law

American Inn of Court of the Palm Beaches.

“What sets us apart is that I know the ins and outs of practicing

law without having a large law firm. I provide individual

attention to each of my clients. I am also divorced and a child

of divorce so I understand what my clients are going through.

My goal is to help them get to the other side of this experience

as quickly as possible so they can move on with their lives,”

said Pyfrom, adding, “I built my practice on being honest and

transparent. I don’t make promises or guarantee an outcome. I

give the full picture to the client in order for the client to make

an educated decision that is best for that specific situation. It

is not always information that the client may want to hear, but

my job is to be transparent and forthcoming so the client has

all of the information necessary to make a decision.”

Pyfrom thinks her firm has been so successful because of

the small boutique service.

“My ultimate goal of the firm is to provide a unique service

to the community that helps me stand out in a field that is inundated

with attorneys. I get to know each of my clients, as

family law can be the most intimate area of law. I believe what

makes a good family law attorney is their legal and life experience

as well as their background. The ability to be empathetic

with a client in family law, letting them know that you truly

care, is vitally important.”

Cynthia M. Pyfrom P.A.

1500 Gateway Blvd. Suite 220

Boynton Beach FL 33426

561-203-5940 | march 2018 | 81

Sara Campbell

Unique Women’s Clothing

Store That Gives Back

By Nicol jenkins | Photos by melissa korman

The newly opened women’s clothing store, Sara Campbell,

offers much more than one-of-a-kind apparel. Besides

unique dresses and accessories, the owner and staff

have a big heart for giving back to the local community.

CEO and founder Sara Campbell

timeless fashions throughout the store

Since opening in Delray Beach in October, philanthropy has

been the main focus of the women’s clothing boutique. In

each of their 21 locations, Sara Campbell hosts many giveback

events to support local and national charitable organizations.

Some of the non-profit organizations include: Wayside House,

The American Heart Association, Cradles to Crayons, Ellie Fund

and many more.

Sara Campbell is a Boston-based women’s wear designer and

manufacturer. Always putting a unique twist on the latest trends,

the Sara Campbell line offers sophisticated and chic dresses and

suits, as well as fun and playful sportswear. The line is known for

novelty, offering unique accents on all styles to create a special look.

Sara Campbell has designed and manufactured her line of women’s

clothing for the last 30 plus years. She started at just 25 years

old designing both one-of-a-kind clothing and working with companies

such as Talbots, Laura Ashley and Nordstrom. A passion for

customer service made Campbell decide to open her own store. Her

first store opened in Wellesley, Massachusetts in 2009 as a pop-up,

and since then she has opened plenty more bricks and mortar locations

including the most recent boutique in Delray Beach.

“I started in retail because I love being close with my customers.

We have many events for causes that are important to my customers

and myself. I want to know at the end of day that maybe we

did something good for somebody; we made a customer happy and

raised money for a homeless center down the street,” said Campbell,

“I can put my head on the pillow and know that I did make a

difference today. That I was able to connect with the community

and support my customers in the ways they want to be supported.”

At her Delray Beach store, shoppers can find Sara’s unique creations

from sophisticated business attire to more tropical everyday

wear along with comfortable pants, dazzling handbags, fun

jewelry and many accessories that are contemporary, young and

fresh! The store has been referred to as modern and classic yet

flirty, colorful and youthful. They carry clothes and accessories

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that you won’t find anywhere else! Plus, their apparel is made in

the USA, and they believe in making all their clothing with paramount

quality of imported fabric.

“Everything but sweaters are made in the USA, and designed in

Boston by myself and my design team. I started sewing clothes at

5 years old on a tiny sewing machine. I just loved it and kept sewing.

I sewed all my dresses in high school and college and got into

making wearable art, one-of-a-kind clothing and coats, and made

limited edition nightgowns,” said Campbell.

The boutique owner says her customers who live in Delray

Beach and those who are visiting resorts really enjoy the style of

clothing and the attention to customer service of her small boutique.

“I always say to my customers to use our clothing and accessories

as part of your vocabulary, you can get a hip top and funky

jeans and make it your own style,” said Campbell. “The store is

a good fit for the City of Delray Beach because we offer tropical

style clothing and we also have apparel for the snowbirds. Many

of the snowbirds come from Boston and Sara Campbell is a brand

that they know and feel good about! We have many dresses that

visitors can wear when they are here in Delray Beach on vacation

and then they can mix and match when they return home.”

The boutique model of the women’s clothing store makes it more

customer friendly.

“The boutique model is really important to me. We are not cookie

cutter and we listen to our customers. We want to give our customers

what they want,” said Campbell. “What is unique is that we still

unique, fun and colorful accessories

are so small. We are designing the dresses and fitting the dresses.

We love our customers and have an amazing staff. We are all on

the same page and want to offer our customers something fun. I

find it rewarding that I get to connect with our customers because

they love my clothes and I love that they love my clothes. I also like

that they can come in with their girlfriends like it’s their own living

room and hang out and talk about what’s happening in their life

and enjoy the atmosphere.”

Stop in at Sara Campbell’s new store in Delray Beach and see and

feel fashion that is truly fresh!

Sara Campbell

1051 E Atlantic Ave

Delray Beach, FL 33483

561-359-2259 | march 2018 | 83


Real Estate For Discernment

By Diane Feen | Photos by melissa korman

It is quite impressive that The Fite Group is a relatively

young company, but it has a rather massive footprint

in the Palm Beach County Real Estate market.

Laura Gallagher and Terri Berman of The Fite Group Luxury homes

The statistics tell part of the story – and the people who make

up the team – tell the rest of it.

They have been in business for ten years and have sold

over $4 billion worth of luxury real estate. In 2017 they sold over a

half a billion dollars’ worth of real estate. Those are big numbers –

matched only by their professional sales team - and their strategic

corporate culture.

Part of their success is driven by the belief that relationships take

priority over transactions, and people over properties. These are

lofty goals – and ones that everyone at The Fite Group adheres to

implicitly. Especially their team of realtors.

Their most successful Delray Beach team is made up of Terri Berman

and Laura Gallagher. Both women are intelligent, tenacious, personable

and offer 24-hour white glove service from start to finish.

Florida native Gallagher has spent most of her life near and on

the water. Her expertise in waterfront property and the boating lifestyle

has made her invaluable to those who want to cruise through

life by way of sea faring vessels. “I help buyers who value a boating

lifestyle. To realize their boating dreams, I find out what their goals

are. Do they want to cruise the intracoastal, do they plan on fishing

or diving, or are they going to want to go to the Bahamas? That will

determine whether they need to be near an inlet or a certain bridge

that will guarantee ease and access.”

Berman, a Chicago native, specializes in Coastal and Country Club

communities and has resided in the Boca Delray area for 17 years.

She not only speaks French and Italian but understands that maintaining

good relationships is a fine art to be honed and cultivated.

“I put my clients first and when they reach out to me I am always

there for them. Each client has unique needs and both Laura

and I are always on call to meet any expectation (or give information)

that clients need.”

Berman and Gallagher are a unique team – bonded by respect for

their profession and The Fite Group. As one of the first team members

in their Delray office they finish each other’s sentences and never miss

a beat when it comes to satisfying clients. “No detail is overlooked. Our

clients expect us to be available 24/7 and that is exactly what we do.”

Good team work is invaluable to any company, but in the real

estate industry it is even more important. “We both bring different

sets of experience and as a team we are stronger together,”

said Berman.

You bet they are. They tap into clients’ dreams and coveted desires

and go to work to make them come true. “We offer white glove

service and handle each transaction from the initial consultation,

through the negotiation and at the closing table. We have knowledge

of the local market (and communities) and learn about our

clients’ interests and needs so they are matched with the perfect

communities,” adds Gallagher.

Both Gallagher and Berman are not half way people – they are all

in. “We are there 100 percent for our clients. When one of us cannot

be there the other one is. No detail is overlooked.”

The Fite Group fosters this camaraderie among its staff – that include

110 agents spread out among four locations. They are currently

in Palm Beach, Delray Beach, Palm Beach Gardens and Wellington.

To make sure their clients get the best service – and access to

premier information – they are members of ‘Who’s Who in Luxury

Real Estate.’ This premier global network brings together world-

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Along the Intracoastal at the private gated

compound of 821 Bamboo Lane, Delray Beach

wide real estate industry leaders and luxury properties from

all over the world.

Teams such as Berman and Gallagher are exemplary of their

excellent sales team. Their philosophy from the top has contributed

to their success in the luxury real estate market as

well. “David and I have worked hard to promote a culture of

collaboration over competition. We are owner – operators, we

don’t compete with our agents - we support them,” said Nadine,

who co-owns The Fite Group with husband David.

“The Fite Group Luxury Homes has the right connections

around the world working for you. We are only one phone

call away.”


648 George Bush Blvd.

Delray Beach, Florida 33483


the most discerning chef will enjoy the

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incite talks

InCite Talks Speaker Darryl Strawberry

Inspires Community - Never Give Up

By nicol jenkins | Photos by melissa korman

“I wasn’t always like this. I was broken, a liar, a womanizer,

was rich and famous and I lost everything. I was only

saved by the grace of God,” said Darryl Strawberry.

Richard Diminuco, Oscar Centeno, Kathleen

Rozo, Darryl Strawberry, Linda Guarducci,

Neda Ciaffone, Donny Ciaffone, Dale Diminuco,

Alex Cordani, Louisa Cordani, Kylelee Rowinsky

Commissioner Mitch Katz, Darryl Strawberry, Kathleen Rozo

Once a famous 8-time Major League Baseball All-Star, Darryl

Strawberry’s life was very different. On the outside it appeared

that he lived the life dreams were made of with a

successful career as a legendary slugger for the New York Yankees

and the Mets, however on the inside he was battling drug addiction.

Today, Strawberry lives to help others who are struggling with addiction

as an ordained minister.

“It was faith programs that started making a difference in my life.

I got clean in church,” said Strawberry, who has written many books

on the topic including his latest, ‘Don’t Give Up on Me: Shedding

Light on Addiction with Darryl Strawberry’ and ‘The Clean, Sober

& Saved Curriculum.’

As part of InCite Talks, Strawberry recently spoke about his

road to recovery and his faith at Crest Theatre at Old School

Square in Delray Beach. InCite Talks is a free community service

that brings in speakers from all walks of life to motivate, to entertain,

and to strengthen each of us. We all have challenges to

overcome. The purpose of InCite Talks is to create mutual understanding

and mutual resolve.

The founders of Safe Haven Recovery Homes in Delray Beach started

InCite Talks because they realize people dealing with addiction are a

cause of local concern. The truth is however, recovering addicts, those

who are living a life of sobriety, are productive members of society who

may have in their past met some difficulty in overcoming their addiction.

We hope that by sharing experiences like these with others in our

community, we can help erase fear and build bridges as neighbors.

“The exponential growth in the problem of opioid addiction has

caused friction in neighborhoods where sober homes have opened.

Frankly, many people are uncomfortable with the idea of recovering

addicts living in their midst and have a lot of misconceptions

about what their intention in sobriety is or their level of commitment

to sobriety might be. InCite Talks serves as a unique outreach

tool to help change negative stereotypes,” said Linda Guarducci,

Program Director of InCite Talks.

By highlighting the lives of athletes and celebrities who have

overcome adversity to become successful, InCite Talks attempts to

humanize the struggles associated with recovery and present roadmaps

to help people find a renewed sense of productivity.

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photo By nicol jenkins

Darryl Strawberry

“We want the community to feel confident that they are dealing

with an organization that understands their fears and hesitancy and

addresses them by providing educational and entertaining speakers

but above all exhibits empathy for others,” said Guarducci. InCite Talks

believes that when people get together and talk, healing happens.

Darryl Strawberry hopes his real-life experiences with addiction

will help others who are having a difficult time getting clean.

“I know addiction well, and I know how to help people. My whole

career in baseball never made me a man; I was a baseball player. I

struggled with who I was and didn’t have a father. I was introduced

to cocaine and was a full-blown alcoholic at 21. I was addicted to the

lifestyle. Baseball didn’t make me a man. I did not become a man until

I met God,” said Strawberry. “I remember my wife Tracy telling

me that if I ever wanted to get well, I must take off the uniform. So

many athletes and celebrities overdose and die because they can’t

take off the uniform. People won’t tell them they need to get clean.

The trophies are gone. The Yankees and Mets got new players, and

my assignment today is to help someone else who’s still suffering.”

Ron Dock, who was Darryl Strawberry’s long-time counselor,

says Darryl has been an inspiration to many. “There was a time I

thought he was going to die, but he turned it around and started

climbing up that hill. He is not about the prestige of baseball but

about helping people.”

InCite Talks has engaged many inspiring speakers such as: Metta

World Peace, Inky Johnson, Chris Herren, Lillo Brancato, Jason Williams,

Tony Hoffman, and Todd Marinovich who have motivated the

community of Delray Beach.

For more information on InCite Talks, visit www.InCitetalks.

org or contact Linda Guarducci at 561-272-3575 or lguarducci@

Lookout Spring, We’re Coming for Ya!

198 NE 6th Avenue Delray Beach, FL 33483 561.332.3668 | march 2018 | 87

Stuart & SHELBY

The Real Estate Family That

Works In Harmony Together

By Diane Feen

There’s a new motto in the Halberg

family – “Chuck will build them, Shelby

will shoot them, and Pam will sell them.”

Chuck Halberg has worked in construction management for

three top builders in his 43-year career. He stared Stuart &

Shelby Development in 2006 and it has grown from a small

company to one of good standing in the community

Today the name Stuart & Shelby is synonymous with excellent

workmanship in the construction industry and superb customer

service. “Our dedication and commitment to our clients and their

projects is priority one. Our customers are adamant that our loyalty

to them does not end when their project is complete but continues

for years afterwards.”

Chuck was chosen Business Person of the Year (2010-2011) and

won the Ken Ellingsworth Community Service Award three times.

Stuart & Shelby won Business of the year (2013-2014) and has contributed

immensely to non-profit construction projects and helped

those less fortunate in charitable ventures.

But now the company that creates homes, condos and other

structures has a new moniker – that of family business.

Pam (Chuck’s wife) decided to go into the family business five

Photo by melissa korman

years ago. After a successful 23-year career in accounting for a

large agricultural farm in West Delray she got a real estate license.

Since then she has become the exclusive realtor for Stuart & Shelby.

She also has other clients as well.

Pam was accepted into the Million Dollar Guild and received the

Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist designation, along

with Accredited Buyers Representative. She is currently working

on her Certified Residential Specialist designation.

“My education continued after I got my real estate license. I

joined the Women’s Council of Realtors® Greater Palm Beach Network

to surround myself with knowledgeable people and keep up

with current ideas and ever-changing laws.”

Pam was also elected Treasurer of the Women’s Council. “One

of my goals is to share this gift with other agents - new and experienced

- to enhance their knowledge and help them grow their

business.” says Pam, who sells property as an agent with REMAX

Advantage Plus.

The third leg of the Stuart & Shelby stool is Shelby Halberg, the

son of Pam and Chuck. Shelby is a documentary filmmaker, photographer

and licensed drone pilot who takes pictures of Stuart &

Shelby’s projects. “Shelby has built a wonderful clientele of realtors

for their listing photos,” said dad Chuck.

His pictures are used for brochures, magazines, websites and MLS

listing. While a senior in college (and after graduation) Shelby and

his team were awarded the opportunity to create a feature film on

behalf of Palm Beach State. The team got funding, wrote the script

and pitched it to the industry. The film, called “The Big Frozen Gumshoe”

is expected to be released in 2018. Shelby has worked on movie

sets such as the Oscar and Golden Globe Best Picture “Moonlight.”

He was also on the set of “Baywatch” and “Father Figures.”

“It is awesome to promote my parent’s business – they’re my favorite

clients,” said 27-year-old Shelby, who will be getting married

to a local Delray gal this fall.

Currently Stuart & Shelby is working on various projects from

production to custom and renovation. They include 31 townhomes

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in West Delray on Sims Road called “Emerald Place” and eight

3-story townhomes called “The Artist Lofts in Lake Worth.” Both

projects are currently for sale. “I am very excited to show the brandnew

townhomes at Emerald Place. Just give me a call,” said Pam.

In addition, Chuck is working on designs for some new specs

homes that Stuart & Shelby expects to release in 2019.

“I have a passion for affordable housing and am currently building

for various agencies in Hallandale Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, Delray

Beach, Lake Worth and Palm Springs. We currently have 39 projects

consisting of 82 units with more scheduled into 2019.”

Chuck has always had his hand in the cultural and philanthropic

pot of Delray Beach gold as well. He is currently Chairman of the

Arts Garage, a Founder of Impact 100 for Men (that raises money

for non-profits) and the Delray Beach Initiative (that raises money

for under-served children).

Pam, like Chuck, has garnered awards as well. She earned the

2014 and 2015 Blue Diamond Award from the Women’s Council

of Realtors®, The REMAX Executive Club, The REMAX 100% Club,

Rising Star and Dedication Award.

She also accompanies Chuck in their constant embrace of supporting

the community to raise funds (or help with construction

projects) when necessary.

Chuck and Pam have provided support to the Arts Garage (the

Stuart & Shelby Theater), The Achievement Centers for Children

& Families, The Miracle League, Sister Cities, Adopt-A-Family of

the Palm Beaches, Delray Citizens for Delray Police and other local

charities and non-profits.

In their spare time both Chuck and Pam ride motorcycles (often

to the Keys or Naples for breakfast), take walks on the beach and

enjoy spending time with their mother AnnaFay, their sons Stuart

and Shelby (fiancé Lauren) and their dogs Walter and Gus.

It seems Chuck and Pam were soulmates before the word was

coined by popular culture. Both are from Michigan and both love to

explore the earth’s terrain on motorcycles.

This October the couple will be celebrating their 35th wedding

anniversary. “Looking back, we wouldn’t change a thing.”

Stuart & Shelby Development

205 George Bush Blvd

Delray Beach, Florida

561-637-7902 | march 2018 | 89


Beauty Abounds

By Diane Feen | Photos by melissa korman

Some jewelry stores dazzle you with brilliant lights and fancy

salespeople. Others are like museums with unique pieces of

valuable jewelry and watches that have history and significance.

Diamonds East is like the second scenario.

Their diamond engagement rings (in varying sizes and

dimensions) are also sparkling works of wearable art for

the finger. Like many things we wear, the engagement ring is a rite

of passage and perhaps one of the most significant things we will

ever own. It dazzles onlookers and satisfies ones need to express

individuality while melding love with the most lavish of stones.

Diamonds East specializes in stunning diamond engagement

rings in all sizes. Some have illustrious center cut stones complimented

with (or without) diamond halos encrusted in magnificent

diamond settings. You can pick the diamond you want and the setting

that creates the serenity and beauty you crave.

“We have many different diamond shapes and a wide selection

of custom mountings. If you want a unique setting, we can custom

create and make the customers’ vision come to life. We do all our

own mounting in the store so you can have the ring you love right

away. We make it fun,” said Liz.

She’s right. Diamonds East International is a large store with a

comfortable (and comforting) ambiance. You can browse without

someone hovering over you and get answers to your questions about

jewelry or watches. Rest assured you will be surprised by their discerning

selection of rings and watches at all price points and sizes.

“We have people coming to shop here from New York, Chicago, Miami

and all over the US because we have the best selection of diamond

rings, pre-owned and new luxury watches for men and women. We

treat our customers well and our prices are below most of our competitors.

We stand behind all our merchandise,” said Ken Mordechai.

They sure do. You can see the glowing reviews online as a testament

to their integrity and good taste in jewelry and designer

watches. Their customer service is second to none.

“I don’t usually write reviews, but after recently dealing with

Diamonds East I’ve got to say, the expertise and quality of their services

is UNBEATABLE! If you’re looking to make a jewelry purchase

or have an item serviced, consider Diamonds East. The staff is extremely

knowledgeable and most important they are not pushy!

They will take their time with you and make you feel as if you are

their best customer. After recently purchasing a preowned Rolex

Datejust, then having another watch polished and a piece of gold

jewelry repaired, they’ve got a customer in me for life,” said Steven.

Aside from years of experience, and a diverse variety of luxurious

rings and watches, Diamonds East has a familial feel that welcomes

you with open arms. Whether you come to shop or browse for fu-

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ture purchases their combined years of experience in the jewelry

and watch business is unsurpassed.

Their clientele feels this intimacy and rewards Diamonds East

with loyalty beyond compare. “We are fortunate to have great clients

that we’ve built good relationships with. They have become

our friends. Our inventory in our bridal department and in our

watch selection has grown tremendously. We try to accommodate

to all our customers’ needs and wants.” said Liz.

Their selection of collectable antique, retro-style and designer

watches are from prestigious names like Cartier, Rolex, Patek

Philippe, Audemars Piguet, Piaget, Breitling, Jaeger LeCoultre, Panerai,

and Chopard. Some are sporty others elegant, but they’re all

distinct and discerning keepers of time.

Diamond’s East is proud to

be an Authorized Dealer for

both Benchmark and Rubber

B Official. “Benchmark

wedding rings are crafted to

perfect form, shape and purpose.

Every angle has been

designed from a concept and

built to perfection. Coupled

with Benchmark’s outstanding

Lifetime Guarantee, these

rings will always uphold the

appearance they were built

to have.”

Rubber B is the ultimate

alternative strap for a vast

variety of watches. Diamonds

East offers a complimentary

installation of

any Rubber B strap purchased

at their store.

Diamonds East also stands behind all purchases. They honor

their inventory, their staff and their clientele. That’s why Mark recently

posted on their Facebook page. “I have been burned buying

high-end watches I’ve seen over the net before. However, everything

about the watch I bought from Diamonds East was exactly as

described, if not better. I will not hesitate to do business with them

again in the future.”

If you want a diamond ring and don’t know exactly what style or

color to choose Liz will tell you everything you need to know. With

over 28 years of experience she and her staff will guide you in the

right direction to purchase the perfect ring for your personal style,

passion and budget.

The diamonds sold at Diamonds East are all certified by GIA and

EGL and range from small stones to very large ones. If you found

your dream mate - and are searching for the perfect diamond -then

you’re in the right place. They have built the business on honesty

and integrity.

Just ask Adam. “This place is amazing! Family-owned and they

are extremely friendly and knowledgeable, not pushy in any way

like most other jewelers I’ve experienced. Helped me customize the

perfect ring for me to propose with. She said yes!!! Will definitely

be back!”

Diamonds East is a full-service store and offers repairs on

watches or jewelry. Their large diverse inventory consists of gold

bracelets, diamond tennis bracelets, custom diamond pendants,

diamond necklaces, Bar and Bat mitzvah gifts, baptisms, anniversaries

and other special keepsakes. They try to accommodate all their

clients’ specific needs and wants.

Come to Diamonds East for a whirlwind of excellence in taste

level, customer service and dazzling diamonds and watches.

Diamonds East International

4251 N. Federal Highway

Boca Raton

561-353-3278 | march 2018 | 91


A Global Revolution Standing for Education

By Diane Feen

Education is a given in the United States. As young

children we go to school as a matter of protocol.

Tanner Uderitz (Ed Rocks Sponsor), Julie Uderitz, Linda Lake, Geri Grocki, Lily O’Neal (Ed Rocks Sponsor)

Photo by melissa korman

But it isn’t like that in developing countries around the world.

Linda Lake found that out first hand when she and Geri

Grocki, a teacher at Boynton Beach High School, were at a

yoga retreat in Bali, Indonesia.

“We were introduced to a boy (Kadek Oka) who wanted to go

to high school, but his parents couldn’t afford to send him. In Bali

children cannot attend school without paying a dollar a day. Oka

was two days away from following his father into the rice fields

and becoming a laborer for the rest of his life,” said Lake.

Lake and Grocki paid his initial entry fee, then through pictures,

introduced Oka to Grocki’s Teen Leadership class. “The class was

excited to raise money to sponsor Oka to go to school. They were

also thrilled to became pen pals and learn about each other’s

countries and cultures.”

But they didn’t stop there. The students at Boynton Beach High

School raised enough money for Oka to complete high school. He

was then sponsored throughout college and later became a religion

teacher in Bali.

That was eight years ago. It was also the beginning of a brilliant

nonprofit organization called Education Rocks.

The organization was founded by Lake, a real estate associate

with The Fite Group Luxury Homes, and Grocki, as a way for children

in developing countries to learn to read and write. But that’s

only part of this miraculous story.

“What we discovered was a formula that worked – it was how

kids can help other kids. Sponsors from U.S. schools are becoming

Global Citizens (and leaders in the community) as they conquer

one of the world’s major issues - a lack of education for children

in developing countries.”

As the Education Rocks program grew, Lake and Grocki saw

what was possible and asked their friend (and Delray Beach philanthropist),

Julie Uderitz to come on board and bring Education

Rocks to the next level.

What is happening now is nothing less than remarkable. Education

Rocks is in seven schools in South Florida, including American

Heritage Delray Beach and Atlantic High School, and in ten

schools around the country. They are currently sponsoring 503

children in Bali and recently launched the program in Haiti, where

they are sponsoring 15 children from the Bati School.

Next school year Education Rocks will be making an even bigger

impact by adding more schools in South Florida (and 11 schools

nationally) to sponsor 50 more children in Haiti. Work is also being

done to expand Education Rocks to other developing countries.

“Children here are learning a lot from being a sponsor with the

Education Rocks program. From life skills, to business skills and

relationship skills, they are completing the cycle of giving and receiving

in the present and the future,” said Lake.

“Being a member of Education Rocks has given me a unique

perspective on life and made me realize how important giving

back really is. There is no greater feeling than knowing a child’s

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Tanner Uderitz and Lily O’Neil surrounded by

1st graders from the Bati school in Haiti

Lily O’Neil, Ryann & Jenna DeStefano, and Julia Pratt meet

the children they sponsor in Bali and “Walk in Their Shoes”

life is forever changed because of me,” said 17-year-old Julia, who

has been sponsoring a child from Bali for four years.

Lake is a constant cheerleader for the program and its students

on both sides of the ocean. “We tell the students they are heroes

and what matters most in life is that they focus, see a problem and

figure out what they need to do to fix it. Our hope is that they will

continue the cycle of giving and receiving throughout their lives.”

The Fite Group has selflessly helped to support Education

Rocks. “Our firm and its agents are honored to support this amazing

organization through financial contributions as well as volunteering

our time,” said David Fite, Principal of The Fite Group

Luxury Homes.

As for Lake, she is focusing on the growth of the Education

Rocks program, both in the U.S. and in other developing countries.

“I am grateful to be able to do this wonderful work and am in

a place in my career where I can give back to children both here

and abroad. I love the idea that my grandchildren will grow up

knowing that amazing things can happen when you focus your

energy on helping others,” said Lake, who has been in real estate

in Delray Beach for over 20 years.

For more information on Education Rocks, go to

Education Rocks

103 SE 4th Ave #102

Delray Beach, FL 33483 | march 2018 | 93

The Seagate Spa

Plan Your Escape From The Daily Grind.

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By linda brown

Need a break from the stress of everyday life? The Seagate Spa

proves there’s no need to travel to the far ends of the earth for a

totally relaxing getaway. In fact, this coveted spa destination is sought

out by vacation travelers from around the globe. Yet, for those already

in South Florida, it’s as close at hand as downtown Delray Beach.

No wonder The Seagate Spa has become an oasis of choice for

those seeking to unwind at the ultimate Florida spa. The Seagate

is an award-winning, 8,000 square-foot haven, delivering all the

soothing benefits of a weeks-long vacation in as little as a single afternoon.

Even the extremely stressed should rediscover internal peace after

a day or two of dedicated pampering.

Adding to the allure, The Seagate has just introduced several exciting,

new menu items. For a total head-to-toe pampering, the new Aromatherapy

Ocean Salt Scrub is a great place to start. This natural, 25-minute

refining, whole-body polish increases circulation while detoxifying

and stimulating the lymphatic system. Powerful benefits result from

a special combination of hydrating coconut, sweet almond, and sunflower

oils, blended with natural sea salts. Your body will be left deeply

cleansed, and your skin will be nourished with a healthy, vibrant glow.

Each Ocean Salt Scrub can be customized with your choice of essential

oils. Choose lavender, rosemary, and cloves for pure relaxation; invigorating

citrus, cedar, and menthol to clear the mind; or a detoxifying

grapefruit, eucalyptus, and cypress combination for cleansing.

Next stop on your vacation itinerary? Check out The Seagate Spa’s

Vitamin Sea Radiance Facial. Another new menu item, this practically

magical facial treatment contains encapsulated vitamin C serum,

with natural AHAs and BHAs from Hawaiian algae and meadowsweet.

Whether you choose the 50-minute, or totally decadent 80-minute

treatment, expect to see an instant reduction in irregular pigmentation

and a noticeable brightening of tired skin.

With so many new items on the menu, it might be easy to overlook

certain classic essentials like the signature Hot Shell Massage. If you

haven’t yet sampled this incredible Seagate Spa staple, prepare to be

lifted to a new level of pampering. The tiger-striped seashells contain a

heat-activated blend of nourishing, natural minerals and dried sea kelp.

It’s an ocean-inspired escape that will whisk you away on a wave of

pure, absolute bliss. How long you remain there is up to you. Like the

Vitamin Sea Radiance Facial, this transcendent experience is available

in both 50-minute and 80-minute durations.

Another soothing option that will take you away is The Seagate Spa’s

Sojourn to Wellness. This popular couple’s massage brings body and

mind into perfect balance and harmony. It starts with a detoxifying seaweed

bath to purify and smooth skin, followed by a sublime aromatherapy

massage. Relax together as essential oils of cypress, grapefruit, and

juniper berry work to release all tension. An energizing eucalyptus and

ocean salt scrub, along with a Swiss shower hydro-massage, round out

this truly memorable couple’s experience.

To view the full list of spa menu options, including both new offerings

and the tried-and-true, visit You can also check out

monthly packages and specials available for a limited time.

Regardless of which menu items you choose, you can indulge in all the

benefits of a relaxing getaway without straying too far from home. Book

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Be A Delray Beach Know-It-All


There is now a place you can find everything you ever wanted

to know about what’s happening in Delray Beach on one easy

to navigate site. is the one stop

shop for all your Delray needs. Now you will never have to

miss any off the excitement that goes on throughout the year.

The new online calendar has 10 categories to choose from: Arts,

Music and Entertainment; Family Fun & Youth Camps; Civic

Engagement/ Government; Retail & Shopping; Business & Education;

Sports & Recreation; Festivals & Celebrations; Delray Beach

Nightlife; Health & Wellness; Chamber Events. They take into account

the entire spectrum of things you can become involved in or attend in

the town. There is even an easy to click button to add your own events

to the calendar.

“This initiative involved so many organizations in Delray Beach. It

was Old School Square’s Rob Steele’s brainchild, brought up at a DDA

Team Delray meeting, with the City paying for the website, the Chamber

developing the site and the DBMC administering, promoting and

running it. When you watch the promotional video launching March

1st, you’ll see just how many community organizations are involved,

and will continue to post their meetings and events on this online calendar,”

explains Stephanie Immelman, Executive Director of the DBMC.

So whether you are looking for a club to join, a place to eat, a show

to attend, or a heathy activity to become involved in, you can find the

them all in one engaging site. Now there is no excuse to not get out

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Music, Comedy, Theater, Family

Shows and NAT GEO LIVE in March!

Just Announced at the Pavilion!


Friday, March 9th at 7 p.m.

jazz ambassadors

Enjoy a FREE concert by the 19-member Jazz Ambassadors, the official

touring big band of the United States Army. This concert is fun for

all ages and offers big band, swing, bebop, Latin, contemporary jazz,

popular tunes, vocals and patriotic selections.


Tour,” Saturday, March 10th at 6 p.m.

CollieBuddz exploded onto the scene a few years ago when critics

and tastemakers alike embraced him – Spin Magazine proclaiming,

“Buddz proves the pop rule: Catchiness transcends color.” From Vibe

Magazine to Entertainment Weekly, Collie Buddz made quite an impression

with music critics. Presented by Deuterman Productions and

House of Parnes. Tickets available on Eventbrite.

Crest Theatre Highlights…

Tickets at

National Geographic Live and the Robert D. Chapin Lecture

Series present CHAD PREGRACKE: “Mission on the Mississippi,”

Thursday, March 8 at 2 & 7 p.m.

The Crest Theatre offers two opportunities to witness the profound

work of environmentalist, Chad Pregracke, who has been working for

over 19 years to clean up America’s rivers. Pregracke and a network

of 98,000 volunteers across the country have accomplished 550 river

cleanups, removing over eight million pounds of garbage from the Mississippi

and 22 other major rivers.

CATAPULT, Friday, March 16 at 8 p.m.

Formerly seen on America’s Got Talent from Season 8 as finalists, this

family show features incredible dancers who work behind a screen to

create hundreds of magical shadow silhouettes of shapes from the world

around us. Be amazed as you watch the stories unfold as their bodies

transform into a mountain, an elephant, a dragon, even a helicopter!

MILLION DOLLAR Quartet, Saturday,

March 17 at 8 p.m. and Sunday,

March 18 at 2 & 7 p.m.

This Tony-winning, smash hit Broadway

musical was inspired by the true story

of the recording session that brought

together rock n’ roll icons Elvis Presley,

Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl

million dollar quartet Perkins for the first and only time.

SYMPhonia SQUARED, Tuesday,

March 27 at 7:30 p.m.

Join conductor Alastair Willis and The

Symphonia for a journey ‘beyond the music’

with an insider’s guide into 18th and

19th century Vienna. With rich stories,

dramatic video, and some of the most celebrated

compositions of the day, guests will

be transported back to old Vienna in this

unique, interactive experience, combining

symphonia squared

classical music in a lively environment.

MusicWorks Folk & Rock

Concert Series presents Three

Shows, March 7, 14 & 28

All shows at 8 p.m. in the Crest Theatre; tickets at

PETER YARROW, Wed., March 7th–

Famed singer/songwriter and founding

member of Peter, Paul and Mary, Yarrowhas

entertained, challenged and inspired

four generations of music lovers.

peter yarrow

roger McGUINN, Wed., March 14th –

As the former front man of the acclaimed

60’s band, The Byrds, McGuinn was on

the leading edge, combining the rock

beat of the Beatles with the folk sensibilities

of Bob Dylan, to create the genre

known as “folk-rock.”

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LOUDON wainwright III, Wed., March 28th – This legendary folk

singer-songwriter celebrates decades of music and his album, “Haven’t

Got the Blues (Yet).” “… Wainwright is as good as he’s ever been. Almost

forty years into his recording career, he has not only retained his

sharpness of wit but has also learned to cut with greater skill.” — The

New Yorker.

Cornell Art Museum Opens

FLORA March 30

Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 10 am-5 pm; Sunday, 1-5 pm. Closed Mondays

and holidays.

Admission: $8 (general); $5 (seniors 65+ and students with ID).

Free admission for children under 12, Old School Square members and

Veterans. Free admission for Florida residents on Sunday.

This group exhibition of contemporary artwork incorporates themes

inspired by the goddess of springtime, fertility, and flowers. Experience

an immersive, hanging thread garden; an enchanted garden installation,

complete with sculpture and video; an atrium installation

of a whimsical, larger than life dandelion, complete with the floating

dandelion seeds; and so much more!

Check out the Creative Arts

School’s Classes and Workshops!

Discover and expand your creative side! If you love art, choose

from drawing, painting, mixed media, glass and Open Studio classes

or try an art workshop. If you love photography, discover the “art of

seeing” with intro to digital camera classes, beginner/ intermediate/

advanced fine art photography, nature and seascape photography and

workshops in street photography, image transfer and iPhoneography!

If you love writing, become a part of The Writers’ Colony through

classes in fiction and memoir writing. Seminars and workshops focus

on the publishing experience, character development and uncovering

your “creative self.” Open Readings take place on the 2nd Thursday

each month, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Old School Square is the center of arts & entertainment in

downtown Delray Beach and has served as the community’s

gathering place for over 25 years. The historic campus welcomes

half a million people each year for programs, classes, events

and rental activities and includes the intimate Crest Theatre (in the

restored 1925 Delray High School building) the Cornell Art Museum

(in the 1913 Delray Elementary building), and the Fieldhouse (c.

1925). The Pavilion, which opened in 2002, hosts outdoor concerts

and shows. The Creative Arts School (2nd floor of the Crest Theatre

building) offers art, photography and writing classes. Old School

Square also serves as a venue for community, corporate, private and

media events. For information on all programs and services, call

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Mark Lauzier


others in

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egulars | city people

by diane feen | photo by melissa korman

City Manager Of Delray Beach

You can see that Mark Lauzier

has a cool head when it comes

to the boiling point of reality.

His past history includes that of a Police Officer in Wethersfield

Connecticut, senior budget analyst for Broward

County, Assistant City Manager in Pompano Beach, and

City Manager of Parkland.

His work history has a lot of twists and turns but it all adds

up to financial acuity, management expertise and street-smart

bravado. His police days were fond ones for Lauzier. What seems

like a risky career to some of us was an adventure for him. “I

always wanted to be a Police Officer. I have a desire to protect

the community and serve. I love helping people when they are in

stressful circumstances. Helping others in their time of need is

very worthwhile.”

That is clearly why young Lauzier got a bachelors degree in

criminal justice from Bryant University (in Rhode Island) and

spent eight years on the police force in Connecticut. His motivation

was clearly drawn from family inspiration. “My mother

Michelina was an Executive Assistant in the Department of Corrections

in Connecticut and was a very caring person. She was

also on the Emergency Medical Services Commission.”

His last position before taking the reigns as city manager of

Delray Beach was as Assistant City Manager of Tacoma, Washington.

Though he had a budget of roughly $900 million and

1,000 employees, Lauzier is thrilled to be back in Florida.

“I have always loved Delray Beach, it has a heart,” said the father

of two - who rides a Harley Davison along A1A when he has the time.

You can see when talking to Lauzier that he is ready to take on

the challenge of succeeding where others have failed. He seems

to have the knowledge and experience (30 years) to make Delray

Beach run like a smooth glider pilot.

“Being a police officer is of tremendous help with this job. As a

leader of people you can be a better leader if you have delivered

services on the front line. I have engaged with multiple types of

people in all types of situations.”

Lauzier labels this juggling act one of the “street smart aspects

of being a leader.” He also sees the two positions as opposite

ends of perhaps the same pole. “Being a City Manager is like police

work, it’s never the same thing on any given day.”

On any given day the reality of his new position consists of

three or four meetings with different departments and groups.

He attends City Commission meetings and is in the process of

getting to know the values, mission, goals and objectives in each


Given his background that includes a Master’s Degree in public

administration (from the University of New Haven) and a budget

officer in Virginia, it seems Lauzier is the man for the job. “Here

in Delray Beach I am home in the perfect community where I can

have an impact.”

Having an impact seems to be part of the driving force with

this over-achieving perfectionist. One of his role models was his

father Ralph, a machinist. “My father taught me about self-discipline

and he had a tremendous work ethic. He was the oldest

of 11 children and a Master Sergeant in the Korean War. He received

a Purple Heart and three Bronze Stars,” adds Lauzier, who

was one of four boys growing up in East Hartford, Connecticut.

Lauzier – though he has extensive education and experience

in all phases of city and community leadership – calls himself a

Bean Counter. Although it conjures images of the former farmland

in Delray Beach or Boca Raton, it makes sense to this nononsense

leader. “My experience with budgets and analytics

makes me a good business manager and CEO.”

But it’s not all about money for this leader in our hometown.

He was pleasantly surprised about the passion that Delray Beach

residents have in their back pockets ready to spring on anyone in

their midst. “I was surprised how engaged the community is and

how much people here love Delray Beach. They also want to give

back to the community – Delray has a heart.”

Lauzier is right about that. Delray Beach does have a heart.

It can be seen on the sleeves of those who live here and those

who come to visit. There is passion on every street corner, from

local artists to hair stylists and retirees who clamor to sip and

schmooze at Delray eateries and galleries.

That’s why everyone seems happy that someone has come to

take the CEO role of Delray Beach and harmonize its congruent

parts. “I want to do the impossible – not just create a city organization

of excellence but create a locality that has transcended

into an integrated, unified, high-performing community at all

levels. I want to see it to the point where local, county, state, and

even federal agencies will want to model our approaches to developing

unity, achieving community and demonstrating excellence

in government service,” said Lauzier.

On the domestic front Lauzier has been married to his college

sweetheart Karen for 33 years. When asked how he accomplished

such cohesive marital harmony he has this to say: “By

being a good man. When you give of yourself and make a commitment

to the concept of selflessness there is love.”

Lauzier has two children – Lauren who is a Firefighter EMT

in Virginia (following in her dad’s footprints) and Adam, who

graduated from Florida State University.

The new City Manager of Delray Beach has lofty goals and attainable

missions. And that’s a good thing.

“I hope the city commission continues to keep Delray Beach

as Florida’s most fun and loving community, while ensuring we

enhance every community and everyone’s quality of life.” | march 2018 | 103

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Shoes Buddhalishous $20

Necklace Delray Art Show $300

bag Stitches By The Sea $150


earrings DRE Designs $98

necklace Zsiska $38

Dress Sara Campbell $278

Shoes Charleston Shoes Co. $130

Bag Sondra Roberts $68

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Shoes Giacomo Cinque $119


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dining | restaurant review

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Ever feel like your body is begging for

something to fuel its purpose? A meal that

nourishes the amiability of your inner organs?

In the past a meal such as this would have had to be made by a

private chef or in the privacy of your own kitchen.

But not anymore. That’s because new restaurants and cafes

have opened to meet this demand for sustainability over substance

and natural over processed and packaged.

PURGREENS has risen to the demand of that healthy honored

profession by creating fresh foods with locally grown produce and

fresh responsibly sourced poultry and fish. Add that to the whole

food ingredients - such as walnuts, avocado, almonds and chick

peas – and you have meals that satisfy your bodies need for fuel and

your desire for delicious taste.

To understand the Purgreens way you need to know the source

that fuels this deeply defined way of life – PURLIFE. Opened three

years ago Purlife was designed and created by Travis Tomko to

harness the essence of a supremely healthy lifestyle. Not just to be

healthy for an hour or a day, but for a lifetime.

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enough for any fitness regime. Guests come to increase muscle

Strength, Endurance and Power and to get healthy. To accomplish

this goal a good diet is a must. Hence the reason that PURGREENS

joined them in this ambitious yet attainable pursuit.

The mission of PUREGREENS is to provide a unique, healthy, delicious

dining experience in an environmentally sustainable location.

“We honor the earth, farmers and ourselves through our use of responsibly

sourced ingredients, eco-friendly products and sustainable

business practices.”

This is evident everywhere you look at Purgreens. Their Signature

Salads include Kale Chicken Sweet Potato Salad (with Kale,

Sweet Potato, Chicken, Raw sliced Almonds, Green Apple, Goat

Cheese and Champagne Vinaigrette), Quinoa Caesar Salad, Cobb

Salad or the new Ginger Miso Fusion Salad.

This salad is packed with flavor and fruitfulness by way of Spinach,

Carrots, Almonds, Mushrooms, Edamame, Mandarin Oranges,

Pineapple, Red Pepper, Asparagus, Grilled Salmon, Chow Mein Noodles

with Miso Sesame Ginger dressing.

If you want to pack a punch for energy try one of their Power

Bowls. Our favorite is the new Ahi Tuna Poke. Though it sounds

more like a board game than an entrée, it’s flavor-packed with

herbs and spices to perk up your palate. Made with Forbidden

Black Rice, fresh Ahi Tuna, Almonds, Avocado, Wasabi Hummus,

Ginger Radish, Sesame Seeds with a Poke Sauce.

Other great Power Bowls include Sweet Papa Bowl (Spinach, Red

Onions, Carrots, Pumpkin Seeds, Chicken, Turkey Bacon, Sweet Potatoes,

Wild Rice and Balsamic dressing), The Quinoa Earth Bowl,

Superfood Bowl (Quinoa, Ancient Rice, Avocado, Walnuts, Broccoli,

Cauliflower, Tomatoes, Balsamic Vinaigrette) and more.

Their Signature Wraps are also wonderful and don’t taste like

other pre-made wraps you may have tried. These are freshly

made to order and have an authentic flavor you can’t package or

process. We love the Southwest Wrap made with Mixed Greens,

Organic Roasted Chicken, Black Beans, Corn, Pico de Gallo, Avocado

with Southwest dressing.

Other Wraps include Marinated Shrimp and Mango, Greek

Grilled Chicken and Hummus Wrap and a Fiesta Wrap (Grilled

Chicken, Black Beans, Carrots, Pico, Spring Mix, Crushed Blue Tortilla,

Cheddar Cheese with Lime Cilantro Jalapeno dressing).

Since PURGREENS aims to please you can order an Add On, to

customize your entrée or salad for dietary needs or preferences.

They include Organic Roasted Chicken, Grilled Shrimp, Falafel,

Tofu, Chickpea Walnut Salad, Mediterranean Tuna, Grilled Salmon,

Hummus and more.

If you’re celebrating life, love or just the sunshine over your torso

there is something else on the Menu guaranteed to energize your endorphins

(and your mood). Called an Acai Bowl, they are steeped with

amazing ingredients that will make your body dance with delight.

Our favorite is the Banana Nut, made with Bananas, Sliced Almonds,

and Peanut Butter. It’s packed with super foods such as Goji Berries, Chia

Seeds, Fresh Fruit, Granola, Coconut shreds and drizzled with Honey.

Other Acai Bowls include Strawberry Banana, Blueberry Banana,

Berry Blast and Dragon Bowl. You can also add nuts, fruit and superfoods

such as pecans, hemp seeds, almond butter, apple and more.

Are you in need of a pick-me-up or a shot of immune uptake? Try

one of their Organic Auto Immune Shots. There’s Ginger Zinger, Detox

(Carrot, Beet, Ginger and Garlic), Wheatgrass, and more.

There are also Soup Specials created by the Chef that range

from Sweet Potato Lentil Chipotle, Coconut Curry, Carrot Ginger

and Spinach Lentil.

PURGREENS has also embraced the Meatless Monday Fete. This

is the one day of the week to preserve the planets resources and let

your body de-stress.

The Meatless Monday Menus vary greatly from week to week,

but include: Sweet & Salty (Spinach, Tofu, Broccoli, Banana Peppers,

Brussels, Golden Raisins and Miso Sesame Ginger). The Triple

Bean Bowl and Cruelty Free Cobb with Mixed Greens, Chickpeas,

Corn, Carrot, Tomato, Avocado, Blue Corn Tortilla Strips with Lime

Cilantro Jalapeno dressing.

There is a reason the food at Purgreens tastes overwhelmingly

good. And it’s because they have their own nutrient-infused hydroponic

Grow Towers where leafy greens and herbs are grown.

They’re organic, non-GMO and are harvested every week.

As the restaurant has grown and matured, so have the number of

these Grow Towers. PURGREENS has also expanded to Boca Raton

where it is adjoined with PURLIFE in downtown Boca.

Come to PURGREENS where life and love is celebrated with the

food source of Mother Nature and good intention. You will love the

casual relaxed atmosphere and the freshness of everything you order.

You can get take-out, have it delivered or catered for business

or social events.


45 NE 2nd Avenue

Delray Beach



9 Plaza Real South, Suite 111

(The Mark Building)

Boca Raton


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Photos by melisSa korman | By Sharon Aloisio, chef/owner

Pizza Piena

Pizza Piena is a family recipe which has

been passed down multiple generations

and is typically served around Easter time

in the Campania region of Italy.

Rita Picariello, server at Scuola Vecchia

Pizza e Vino shared her mother Maria’s

old family recipe with us. It’s become a

tradition at Scuola Vecchia over the years

and we wanted to share the tradition.


Dough recipe

2 cups All Purpose Flour

1/4 cup water

1/2 cup milk

1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil

1/2 oz yeast

1 pinch of Salt

Mix all ingredients together

and raise for 2 hours.

Filling recipe

8 eggs beaten

1/2 pound Primo Sale cheese

1/2 pound Caciocavallo cheese

4 tbps Parmiggiano cheese

1/4 pound Prosciutto di Parma cubed

1/4 pound Sopressata cubed

1/4 pound Pancetta cubed

Black pepper to taste

Mix all ingredients together.

1 large egg for egg wash


Divide dough in two portions.

Roll out dough for bottom of a pre-greased pan.

Let excess dough hang over sides of pan.

Pour filling in the pan.

Take second portion of rolled out dough and

layer on top on pan.

Let excess dough hang over sides.

Trim excess dough around edges.

Fold bottom and top portions of dough together

around the edge of pan.

Fork top of dough and sides multiple times.

Egg wash top Pizza Piena.

Bake for 45 minutes at 350 degrees or

45 minutes at 325 degrees in a convection oven

until top is golden brown.

Let cool, slice and serve.

Buona Pasqua and Buon appetito!

scuola vecchia pizza & Vino

522 e. atlantic ave

downtown delray beach


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as accurate as possible for our reader’s benefit, however

this can sometimes be a difficult task. We may omit

some eateries and others may have moved or closed. If you are not

listed in this guide we apologize but please feel free to e-mail and we will get your details entered

for the following month. By the same token, if you see a listing that

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com and it will be removed for the following month. Your help in

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Atlantic Grille

1000 E Atlantic Ave, DB

(In the Seagate Hotel)


Banyan Restaurant

& Bar

189 NE 2nd Ave

Pineapple Grove

DB, 561-563-8871

Boston’s on the Beach

40 S Ocean Blvd, DB


Brule Bistro

200 NE 2nd Ave #109, DB


Bru’s Room

35 NE 2nd Ave, DB



6 S Ocean Blvd, DB


Burt & Max’s Bar & grill

Delray Marketplace

Atlantic & Lyons


Corner Porch

Restaurant & Bar

85 SE 6th Ave, DB


Cut 432

432 E Atlantic Ave, DB



52 N Swinton Ave, DB


De La Tierra -

Sundy House

106 S Swinton Ave, DB


Death or Glory

Restaurant & Bar

116 NE 6th Ave

DB, 561-808-8814

Deck 84

840 E Atlantic Ave, DB


Doc’s All American

10 N Swinton Ave, DB


Donnie’s Place

60 NW 5th Ave, DB


Ellie’s 50’s Diner

2410 N Federal Hwy

DB, 561-276-1570

Fifth Avenue Grill

821 S Federal Hwy, DB


Gourmet Killer Dogs

4057 West Atlantic Ave,

DB. 917-656-3664

Grand Tavern

710 Linton Blvd, DB


Grangers Grill

802 SE 5th Ave, DB


Harvest Seasonal Grill

and Wine Bar

1841 S. Federal Hwy, DB



16850 Jog Road

Between Linton Blvd &

Clintmore Rd

DB, 561 638 1949

HiWay Burger

12 SE 5th Ave, DB


Jimmy’s Bistro

9 S Swinton Avenue, DB


Johnnie Brown’s

301 E Atlantic Ave, DB



814 E Atlantic Ave, DB.


Longhorn Steakhouse

1562 S Federal Hwy, DB


Lucilles Bad to the Bone

BBQ, Delray Marketplace

9173 West Atlantic Ave, DB


Max’s Harvest

169 NW 2nd Ave, DB


Max’s Social House

116 NE 6 Ave, DB


MIA Kitchen & Bar

7901 West Atlantic Ave,

Delray Beach. 561-499-




777 E.Atlantic Ave

DB, 561-702-7373


1300 Linton Blvd, DB


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Park Tavern

32 SE 2nd St, DB


Prime Restaurant

And Bar

29 SE 2nd Ave DB



32 SE 2nd St, DB


Seacrest Grille

(Marriott Hotel)

10 N Ocean Blvd, DB


Shula Burger

Delray Marketplace

Atlantic & Lyons

DB, 561-404-1347

Surf Shack

916 SE 5th Ave

(Federal Hwy.) DB


The Grove Restaurant

187 NE 2 Ave., DB


The Office

201 E Atlantic Ave, DB


The Original Brooklyn

Water Bagel

14451 S Military Trail, DB



4 E Atlantic Ave, DB




Buddha Sky Bar

217 E Atlantic Ave, DB


China Gardens

14402 S. Military Trail,

DB, 561-498-5226

Lemongrass Bistro

420 E Atlantic Ave, DB


Ming’s Garden Chinese

271 NE 2nd Ave, DB


Yama Japanese


200 NE 2nd Ave, DB


Ziree Thai & Sushi

401 W Atlantic Ave, DB




Apeiro Kitchen & Bar

14917 Lyons Rd.

Delray Marketplace


Bistro 241

241 NE 2nd Ave, DB


Blue Anchor

804 E Atlantic Ave, DB


Boheme Bistro

1118 E Atlantic Ave, DB


Caffe Martier

411 E Atlantic Ave, DB


Joseph’s Wine Bar

200 NE 2nd Ave, DB


La Cigale, A Taste of the


253 SE 5th Ave, DB


Olio Bistro

42 SE 2nd Ave, DB


Taverna Opa

270 E Atlantic Ave, DB


The Greek Bistro

1832 S Federal Hwy

DB, 561-266-8976

Thirty Two East

32 E Atlantic Ave, DB



Ben & Jerry’s

1155 E Atlantic Ave, DB


Café Bleu

44 E Atlantic Ave, DB


Coffee District

325 NE 2nd Ave, DB


Couture Cakes

142 SE 6th Ave, DB


Cream Frozen Yogurt,

Gelato & Gourmet Coffees

1163 E Atlantic Ave, DB.


Full Of Crepe

632 E. Atlantic Ave

DB, 561-562-8090

Gizzi’s Coffee

2275 S Federal Hwy #380

DB, (561) 266-9797

Jellies at Seagate

1000 E Atlantic Ave, DB


Kilwin’s Chocolates &

Ice Cream

402 E Atlantic Ave, DB


Puro’s Cigar

777 E Atlantic Ave, DB



205 E Atlantic Ave, DB



502 E Atlantic Ave, DB


The Grind Cafe

Delray Marketplace

Atlantic & Lyons


Health Food

Ciao Sidewalk Café

1208 E Atlantic Ave, DB


Fit Food Express

302 NE 4th St, DB


Green Fields Organic


4900 Linton Blvd.

DB, 561 501-4169

Nutrition Cottage

1815 S Federal Highway,

DB, 561-734-4626


Inside Purlife Fitness


45 NE 2nd Ave, DB


The New Vegan

528 NE 2nd St. DB



4 Brothers Italian

Restaurant & Pizzeria

7323 W Atlantic Ave, DB


Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza

115 NE 6th Ave, DB


Bambini’s Garden Pizzeria

14466 Military Trail, DB


Bella Amici Pizzeria

Delray Marketplace

Atlantic & Lyons


Cafe Gelato Panini

& Wine Bar

506 E Atlantic Ave, DB


Caffe Luna Rosa

34 S Ocean Blvd, DB


Carrabba’s Italian Grill

335 E Linton Blvd, DB


D’Angelo Pizza Tapas

16950 Jog Road, DB.


Il Bacio Restaurant

& Lounge

29 SE 2nd Ave, DB,


IL Contadino


165 NE 2nd Ave,

Pineapple Grove, DB


Il Girasole

1911 S Federal Hwy, DB,


Luigi’s Coal Oven Pizza

307 E. Atlantic Ave, DB,


Mellow Mushroom

25 SE 6th Ave, DB


osteriA SALINA

9 SE 7th Ave

DB 561-330-1237

Pizza Rustica

1155 E Atlantic Ave, DB



145 NE 4th Ave, DB


Sardinia Ristorante,

3035 S. Federal Hwy, DB.



131 E Atlantic Ave, DB


Scuola Vecchia

522 E Atlantic Ave, DB

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Terra Fiamma

Ristorante. Pizza. Bar

9169 W. Atlantic Ave.

Delray Marketplace


Tramonti Italian


119 E Atlantic Ave, DB


Vic & Angelo’s

290 E Atlantic Ave, DB


Windy City Pizza

401 W. Atlantic Ave, DB




Bamboo Fire Café

149 NW 4th Ave, DB


Cabana El Ray

105 E Atlantic Ave, DB


CHE!!! Restaurant

900 E. Atlantic Ave,

On the Intracoastal

DB, 561-562-5111

Papa’s Tapas

259 NE 2nd Ave

Delray Beach, FL 33444

Phone: ( 561) 266-0599


Cabo Flats

Cantina & Tequila Bar

Delray Marketplace

Atlantic Ave & Lyons Rd.

DB 561-499-0378

El Camino

15 NE 2nd Ave, DB.


Hacienda Mexican

Restaurant & Bar, 14820 S

Military Trail, DB.


Rocco’s Tacos &

Tequila Bar

110 E. Atlantic Ave, DB


Senor Burrito

142 SE 6th Ave #E, DB



3rd & 3rd

301 NE 3rd Ave, DB,


Blue Anchor British Pub &


804 E. Atlantic Ave, DB.


Bull Bar Inc

2 E Atlantic Ave, DB



16 E Atlantic Ave, DB


Hurricane Bar & Lounge

640 E Atlantic Ave, DB


N2 Winebar

104 NE 2nd Ave

The Hyatt Place


O’Connors Irish Pub

210 NE 2nd Ave, DB


Delray Hideaway

1045 E Atlantic Ave, Db



40 S Ocean Blvd, DB


Tim Finnegans Irish Pub

2885 S. Federal Hwy, DB

561- 330-3153


50 Ocean

50 S Ocean Blvd, Delray

Beach, FL 33483

(561) 278-3364

City Oyster

213 E Atlantic Ave, DB


Dee Dee’s Conch & Rib

540 W Atlantic Ave, DB


J & J Seafood Bar & Grill

634 E Atlantic Ave, DB


Mussel Beach

501 E Atlantic Ave DB


Osteria Salina

9 SE 7th Ave, DB.


Racks Fish House

5 SE 2nd Ave, DB,


The Fisherman’s Grill

5199 W. Atlantic Ave, DB



Bagel’s With Deli

1732 S Federal Hwy, DB


Big Al’s Steaks

450 E Atlantic Ave, DB


Brighton Beach Bagel &


14587 S. Military trail

DB, 561-270-3771


450 W Atlantic Ave, DB


Christina’s Restaurant

263 NE 2nd Ave, DB


Conte’s Italian Deli &

Gourmet Market

311 NE 2nd Ave, DB,


Cornell Café Morikami


4000 Morikami Park

Rd, DB


Domino’s Pizza

142 SE 6th Ave, DB


Dunkin Donut’s

37 W Atlantic Ave, DB


Famous Market Deli

6570 W Atlantic Ave, DB


Jersey Mikes Subs

455C NE 5th Ave, DB


Jimmy John’s

Gourmet Sandwiches

1911 S. Federal Hwy

DB, 561-243-1100

Nemo’s Fish & Chicken

943 W Atlantic Ave, DB


Sandwiches by the Sea

1214 E Atlantic Ave, DB



301 W Atlantic Ave, DB


Tea-Licious Tearoom

4997 B, W Atalantic Ave,

DB. 561-638-5155

The Café In Paradise

140 NE 2nd Ave, DB


Tony’s Deli

Breakfast, Lunch, Hero’s

301 W. Atlantic Ave

DB, 561-276-1749

Boca raton


13 American Table

451 Palmetto Park Road,

Boca 561-409-2061

Abe & Louis Glades Plaza

2300 W. Glades Road,

Boca 561-447-0024

The Addison

2 E. Camino Real, Boca


Boca Wings & Ribs

2257 North Fed. Highway

Boca 561 391-9110

Boca Muse

7136 Beracasa Way, Boca


Boca Pita Express

7158 Beracasa Way

Boca 561-750-0088

Bogart’s Bar & Grille

3200 Airport Road

Boca 561-544-3044

Boston Market

7020 Beracasa Way,

Boca 561-392-2795

Bogart’s Bar &Grille

Muvico Palace 20

3200 Airport Road

Boca 561-544-3044

Brewzzi Glades Plaza

2222 Glades Rd. Boca

561-392-BREW (2739)

Cheesecake Factory

5530 Glades Road.

Boca 561-393-0344

Cottonwood Café

90 Royal Palm Place, Boca


Chops Lobster Bar

101 Plaza Real. Boca


Duffy’s Sports Grill

21212 St Andrews Blvd.

Boca 561-869-0552

Grand Lux Café

Town Ctr Mall, 6000

Glades Road, Boca



1900 N.W. Executive Ctr

Circle. Boca

561-998- 0550

J. Alexander’s

1400 Glades Road. Boca


Kathy’s Gazebo Café

4199 N. Fed. Highway.

Boca 561-395-6033

Kee Grill

17940 N.Military Trail.

Boca 561-995-5044

Lucilles Bad to the

Bone BBQ

3011 Yamato Road

Boca 561-997-9557

Madison’s New York Grill

2006 NW Executive Center

Circle. Boca 561-994-0808


Neiman Marcus at Town

Ctr-5860 Glades Rd. Boca


Max’s Grille

Mizner Park-404 Plaza

Real Boca 561-368-0080

Miller’s Ale House

1200 Yamato Road.

Boca 561-998-9142

Mississippi Sweets BBQ

2399 N Federal Hwy.

Boca 561-394-6779

Morton’s The Steakhouse

Shops at Boca-5050 Town

Ctr Circle Boca


New York Prime

2350 N.W. Executive Ctr

Drive. Boca


Oceans 18

5801 NW 2nd Av Boca


Pavilion Grille

301 Yamato Road, Boca


Pinon Grille,

6000 Glades Road.

Boca 561-391-7770

Polo’s Restaurant

5030 Champion Blvd.,

Boca; 561-997-2920

Rack’s Downtown Eatery

402 Plaza Real.

Boca 561-395-1662

Rebel House

297 E Palmetto Park Road.

Boca 561-353-5888

Ruby Tuesday

409 Plaza Real.

Boca 561-392-5705

Ruth’s Chris Steak House

225 N.E.Mizner Blvd.,

Boca, 561-392-6746

Seasons 52

2300 N.W.Executive Ctr,

Boca, 561-998-9952

Six Tables

112 N.E. 2cnd St., Boca


Sweet Tomatoes

7110 Beracasa Way,


The Capital Grille

6000 Glades Road,

Boca 561-368-1077

The Grille on Congress

5101 Congress Av. Boca


Yogurt Rendezvous*

*(ORB Kosher) 7150

Beracasa Way, Boca


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Bluefin Sushi Thai Grill

861 Yamato Rd. Boca


Boon’s Asian Bistro

19605 SR7.

Boca 561-883-0202

Cay Da Vietnamese

7400 N. Fed. Highway.,

Boca, 561-998-0278

Fah Asian Bistro

Boca Valley Shopping Plaza

-7461 N.Fed Hwy. Boca-


5 Spice Asian Market

Shoppes at Blue Lake

1200 Yamato Rd.



3011 Yamato Road.

Boca 561-999-1263

Kapow Noodle Bar

431 Plaza Real.

Boca 561-347-7311

La Tre

249 E.Palmetto Park Rd.


Lemongrass Asian Bistro

101 Plaza Real South.

Boca 561-544-8181

P.F Chang’s

1400 Glades Rd. Boca


Pei Wei Asian Diner

7152-B Beracasa Way,


Stir Crazy Café

Town Ctr-6000 Glades Rd.,

Boca 561-338-7500

Sushi Masa & Thai

2240 NW 19th Street.

Boca 561-347-0008

Sushi Ray

Shops at Boca Ctr-5250,

Town Ctr Circle.Boca


Sushi Thai

100 NE 2cnd St., Boca


Sushi Yama

7055-33 W Palmetto Park

Road. Boca 561- 362-6416

Tempura House

The Reserve-9858 Clint

Moore Road. Building


Uncle Tai’s

Shops at Boca Ctr-5250

Town Ctr Circle. -Boca


Yokohama Sushi

60 N Fed. Hwy, Boca.


Yokohama Sushi

9168 Glades Rd. Boca



Bakery of France

625 NE Spanish River

Blvd., Boca 561-361-4490

Bistro Provence

2399 N.Fed. Highway.


Brio Tuscan Grille

5050 Town Center Circle.

Boca 561-392-0344

Casa D’Angelo

171 E Palmetto Park Rd.

Boca. 561-996-1234

Cote France Café

100K Plaza Real South,

Boca. 561-955-6021

Casimir French Bistro

416 Via De Palmas #81,

Royal Palm Place, Boca,


Josef’s Table

5030 Champion Blvd.

Boca 561-353-2700


5024 N. Fed Hwy.


Georgetown Plaza,


Le Rivage

450 N.E.20th St.


Macaroni Grill

2004 Executive Ctr Drive.

Boca 561-997-5492

Mario’s Osteria

1400 Glades Road.

Boca 561-239-7000

Milos Taverna

1600 N Fed. Hwy, Boca.



233 S Federal Hwy.

Boca 561-392-0773

Meatball Room

3011 Yamato Road.

Boca 561-409-4111

Taverna Kyma

6298 N. Fed. Hywy.

Boca 33487


Villa Rosana

9858 Clint Moore Road.

Boca 561-470-0112


Arturo’s Ristorante

6750 N.Fed Hwy.

Boca-561-997- 7373

Carraba’s Italian Grill

6909 S.W.18th Street,



5751 N.Fed. Highway.

Boca. 561-988-0668

La Luna Italian Bistro

The Polo Shoppes-5030

Champion Blvd. Boca


La Villeta

4351 N. Fed. Highway



21090 St. Andrew’s Blvd.

Boca, 561-361-8244

Nino’s Italian Restaurant

7120 Beracasa Way,


Novello Restaurant & Bar

5999 N. Fed. Highway.

Boca, 561-994-3495

Peace a Pizza

Shoppes at Blue Lake-

1200, Yamato Rd. Boca

561-998-Best (2378)

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Pellegrino’s Ristorante

3360 N Federal Highway,

Boca Plaza, Boca


Ristorante Sapori

Royal Palm Place-301 Via

De Palmas., Boca 561-


Trattoria Romana

499 E. Palmetto Park Rd.

Boca, 561-393-6715


Renaissance Hotel 2000

NW 19st, Boca.




Caribbean Grill

1332 NW Boca Raton Blvd

Boca 561-362-0161

Cuban Café

3350 N.W.Boca Blvd. Boca



Senor Burrito

513 N.E 20th Street Boca


La Rosa Nautica

515 NE 20th St. Boca,


Rocco’s Tacos

5250 Town Center Circle.

Boca 561-416-2131

Uncle Julio’s

449 Plaza Real.

Boca 561-300-3530


Bonefish Grill

21065 Powerline Road.

Boca 561-483-4949

Boca Beach House

887 E Palmetto Park Road.

Boca 561-826-8850

Deli on Rye

4311 N. Federlal Hwy.,

Boca 561-347-1400


6020 N Federal Hwy.

8177 Glades Road Boca


Oasis Cafe

Renaissance Hotel Boca

2000 NW 19st, Boca


Saquella Caffe

82 Royal Palm Place-410

Via De Palmas, Boca.



3013 Yamato Road.

Boca 561-997-9911

Toojay’s Gourmet Deli

Polo Shoppes-5030

Champion Blvd.


Rustic Cellar

Royal Palm Place-

409 S.E.Mizner Blvd.



Tequila Cowboy

City Place

550 S. Rosemary Ave.

WPB 561-249-2749


Meals On The Move, Inc.

561-488-9665 www.

City Fish Market

7940 Glades Road.

Boca 561-487-1600


351 Plaza Real.

Boca 561-391-0755


Ben’s Deli Kosher

The Reserve-9942 Clint

Moore Rd. Boca


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misc | ask the petxpert

BY Bill Piechocki and Dr. Diane Sudduth, DVM

Why Is Food The Key

Towards Optimal Health?

We all realize that nutrition is essential to life. If we do not

eat ourselves and animals will die of starvation. Having

the proper nutrition for the physiology for the body,

whether human, dog, cat, bird or any creature is essential. Nutrition

is the sum of what enters the body primarily through food,

water and air. We traditionally think of it as only food. However, do

we need the oxygen we breathe to nourish every cell in the body?

Does the water that is consumed in our foods and through drinking

hydrate the cells and the whole body to sustain life and help us

cleanse the waste the body creates?

The diet of any creature is comprised of the macro and micro

components of foods. The body of any animal depends on a plethora

of foods, all of which deliver different nutritional profiles. Even

within a single food, these profiles can vary greatly in the amount

of available nutrients such as proteins, carbohydrates, fats, water,

vitamins, minerals, enzymes, probiotics, and other nutritional requirements.

These foods not only transport the nutrients they contain

to the digestive tract where they are extracted in numerous

physiological processes but also capture and eliminate various toxins,

dead cells and other bodily debris.

Our dogs and cats are carnivores, meaning that their digestive

physiology is designed to digest foods of animal origin. That would

include fish, meat, eggs, poultry, honey, insects and any other animal.

Their digestive system is not designed to break down or digest

large quantities of sugars, starches or other carbohydrate forms of

foods. To do so requires the digestive system to function in an unnatural

way. This creates gastric challenges such as irritable bowl,

bloat, allergies and much more including nutritional imbalances.

These imbalances reveal themselves as itchy, inflamed skin issues,

allergies, joint, dental, eye, autoimmune and other dysbiosis.

In the wild, our cats and dogs would be eating a wide variety

of fresh killed meats, poultry, fish, eggs, insects and other animals.

They would also be in including diseased, dead, rotting and fermenting

carcasses of animals. They do not get sick eating these

foods. These sources provide important beneficial nutrients such

as pre- and probiotics, enzymes and any other nutrients not available

in other areas of nature. They also drink water from ponds,

streams and puddles that are loaded with herbal and botanical extracts

and whole living foods like algae. Botanical foods like spirulina,

chlorella, various barks, and mushrooms plus many more help

the body with detoxification, micro nutrients and helpful digestive

flora. It is part of what we refer to as the “circle of life.”

Our fast, processed food culture has programmed us to believe

that our foods need to be sterile and processed to be safe. Nothing

is further from the truth. There is no such thing as food poisoning,

only contamination poisoning. The body is designed to eliminate

any unnatural ingested product and use what is natural and

wholesome. The closer to nature a food is, the more nutritious and

healthier it will be. It’s a proven recipe since the dawn of life.

Bill Piechocki, nutritionist and Dr. Diane Sudduth, DVM are partners in

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misc | pet spotlight

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misc | parkland strong


Let’s Stand Together


ebruary 14th, 2018 was the longest day of our lives. We just wanted the day to be over

and wake up from the horrific nightmare. Hearing those words, “there’s a shooter at

Douglas.” It is every parent’s worst nightmare. I texted our son Lewis at 2:37pm and

at that point they were locked in the classroom huddled in a corner. Lewis had heard

that the shooter was in the freshman building on the other side of campus but he was

not 100% sure. They also thought the ‘Code Red’ was a drill that the school had been practicing for. I

told him, THIS IS NOT A DRILL. His teacher, Melissa Falkowski decided to move them into the closet,

19 kids and herself. It was at that time that Lewis lost his cellphone signal so we didn’t hear from him

again for well over an hour. The heartache and pain is suffocating. Had the gunman moved? Why no

more communication? David, myself and our younger son Mitch just sat watching the news crying and

praying. Lewis was unharmed physically, I don’t know about emotionally. Not yet anyway because

reality is just kicking in. The SWAT team came to get them out of the closet and it was at that point the

we heard from Lewis again. Relief is not a strong enough word. The students and teachers had to wait

to be escorted down the stairs and then they were told to run. How terrifying it must have been... I’m

crying just writing this. Fortunately, for Lewis he didn’t witness any carnage.

But for those poor kids who did and the ones seeing their friends and teachers getting shot – I do

not have the words. My heart is breaking into tiny pieces for the families who received the most

devastating news that day. How do you ever get over that? I pray for the victims still fighting for

their lives in hospital. Parkland had just been named the safest city in Florida. How ironic. Marjory

Stoneman Douglas High School, the city of Parkland and surrounding areas and the people affected by

this tragedy will never be the same again.

Lisa Mizen

132 | march 2018 |



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Carmen Schentrup


Chris Hixon


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Helena Ramsay


Jaime Guttenberg


Joaquin Oliver


Luke Hoyer


Martin Duque Anguiano


Meadow Pollack


Nicholas Dworet


Peter Wang


Scott Beigel


Valentine’s Day should be a day of happiness, hearts, chocolates and love. But February 14th, 2018 changed all that!

It will be forever etched in the minds of the families, friends and those affected by the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High

School shooting, as a day of panic, terror, sickness, shock, sadness, tears and complete devastation and emptiness.

These 17 Angels, all taken too soon, now resting in Heaven.

“The death of a beloved is an amputation.” – C.S Lewis

I pray we can all learn to cope, adapt and survive our enormous loss.

Be Positive, Be Passionate and Be Proud to be an Eagle

#DouglasStrong #NEVERAGAIN | march 2018 | 133

leisure | brain teasers




Fill in the grid so that every row, column and

3x3 box contains the numbers 1 through 9.

ANSWER TO sudoko will be printed next month.

ANSWER TO this PUZZLE will be printed next month.


1 Federal Trade

Commission (abbr.)

4 Fuel

7 Chief executive

officer (abbr.)

10 King of Israel

11 Border

12 Spindle

14 Fence of stakes

16 Spin

17 Turk. title

18 Almost

20 Sheep’s cry

21 Delay

22 Coarse file

24 Sacred city of India

28 Friend of Mowgli

31 Winglike

32 Mythical bird

34 Lofty

35 Daughter of Helios

37 Male falcon

39 Alaska Hawaii Std.

Time (abbr.)

41 Fellow

42 Anglo-Saxon letter

44 Prophetess

46 Fish with bait on

the surface

49 Loess

51 Font

53 In the matter of

(2 words)

54 Art (Lat.)

55 Academy (abbr.)

56 Trouble

57 Modernist

58 Ancient stringed









1 Droop

2 Broad structural


3 Greek letter

4 Farmer

5 Helper

6 Slur

7 Lobster box

8 Model

9 Olive genus

10 Environmental

Protection Agency


13 Guido’s note

(2 words)

15 Fr.-Ger. region

19 Mortar beater

21 Tamarack

23 Filled completely

24 Cistern

25 Teacher of Samuel

26 4th incarnation

of Vishnu

27 Distress signal

29 Cheer

30 Danube tributary

33 Cousteau’s ship

36 Curved letter

38 Money

40 Giant

42 Yale student

43 Port. lady

45 Cow shelter

46 Carplike fish

47 Adjectiveforming


48 Garden plot

50 Honey

52 Trend








enigma cryptograms are created from

quotations and proverbs from around the

WORld. Each letter stands for another letter.

hint: “Z” = “E”





enigma solution will be printed next month.

enigma solution from LAST MONTH

“The greatest glory is not in never failing,

but in rising up every time we fall.” - Confucius | MARCH 2018 | 135

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