Atlantic Ave Magazine August 2018

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42 68 70


6 From the Editor

70 City People

Christina Nicodemou


8 In The News

16 Under The Spotlight

18 Delray Under $50

20 Happenings


26 On The Ave

30 In The Pineapple Grove Arts District


34 Gotta Know

36 Gotta See

38 Gotta Hear

40 Gotta Read

42 Concert Preview

44 Concerts


46 Pain Relief

Bad Posture

48 Dermatology

Let’s Be Real About Cellulite

50 Your Dental Health

Protect Your Smile When You’re Going

For The Goal!

52 Body Beautiful

Back to School, Back to YOU!


54 Tyler Presley Salon

Newly Renovated

56 Symphony at Delray Beach

Modern, Resort-Style Senior Living

58 Dash Travel

New Cruise Ship Themed Cart

60 Changing Faces Makeup

Now Offering Massage Therapy

62 The Sundy House

Holiday Parties Reign Supreme At

The Sundy House

64 Atlantic Grille

The Search for Great Dining in Delray

Is Over

66 Delray Beach Marketing Cooperative

Big Fun Despite the Sun

68 Back To School

Preparations For a Successful School Year


72 What RU Wearing ®


82 Restaurant Review:


Eat, Drink And Enjoy While

Maintaining Your Health

84 Recipe

Peachy Keen!!!

86 Guide


92 PetXpert

How Do I Keep My Pet’s Eyes And

Ears Healthy?

93 Pet Spotlight


95 Brain Teasers

Crossword Puzzle, Sudoko And Enigma

82 84


David Mizen


Yvette Roulette

Contributing Editors

Diane Feen, Nicol Jenkins, Lisa Marie, Tom Craig

Art Director

Fabio Passere


Eduardo Passere

Senior Account Executive

Harvey Lustig


Melissa Korman

About The Cover

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Photo: Stacy ONell - SO Photography

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from the


Hot town -


in the city...

It’s August and it is HOT! Luckily our All America Town has many

places where you can cool down indoors. One of my favorite

places to beat the heat is the Silverball Museum. There you can

have a drink, a bite to eat and play all their classic and new pinball

machines, video games, and even Skee Ball (one of my all time favorites)!

Are your kids ready to get Back to School? Palm Beach County Public

Schools begin Monday, August 13. Make sure supplies are purchased

and a routine is established to ensure an easy transition from summer

days to school days.

Our City Person this month is Christina Nicodemou. As the new

Director of the Delray Beach Children’s Garden she is fulfilling her

lifelong passion for gardening, and educating children in a natural

environment. Her love of nature, children, and gardening brought her

to the Children’s Garden as a Volunteer, and now she’s the Director!

Did you know that August is National Peach Month? How Peachy

Keen is that? In honor of the fuzzy fruit, we have a few easy to make,

sure to please, recipes - from salads to Bellini’s, my personal favorite!

Make one of the recipes and send us a photo! We’d love to see it! Email

your peach creation to info@atlanticavemagazine.

See you on the Ave!

Set your

life on fire.

Seek those

who fan your


- Rumi

Yvette roulette, editor

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Tour Community Now!

Symphony atDelray Beach

Assisted Living &Memory Care


locals only | in the news

Music At St.

Paul’s Presents

“Baroque and


On Sunday, August 19, at 3pm, Music at

St. Paul’s begins its 31st Season with

a concert titled “Baroque and Beyond.”

Featuring violinist Mei Mei Luo and harpsichordist

Paul Cienniwa, the program

will include 18th-century sonatas of J. S.

Bach and Handel, a 20th-century duet by

Alan Hovhaness, and a 21st-century piece

by Karl Henning. At 2:30pm, composer

Karl Henning will discuss the program,

along with his own composition. Tickets

are $20 and are available at the door on

the day of the concert. For more information

on this event and Music at St. Paul’s

31st Season, visit

St. Paul’s is handicapped accessible.

About the artists

Poinciana label and also appears on the

Klavier and Harmonia Mundi labels.

paul cienniwa

Cited by the Huffington Post for his

“inner sense of creative flow, fueled by an

abundance of musical imagination and

desire,” harpsichordist Paul Cienniwa

has an active career as a soloist, ensemble

player, recording artist, and teacher.

As an orchestral musician, he has played

regularly with the New Bedford Symphony

Orchestra, the Rhode Island Philharmonic,

and, most recently, the Palm

Beach Symphony. In 2017 he began as

Director of Music Ministries at St. Paul’s

Episcopal Church in Delray Beach.


Mei Mei Luo is recognized as one of

South Florida’s finest violinists. Until

its closing, she was the assistant concertmaster

of the Florida Philharmonic

Orchestra and served as concertmaster

for the final concert in 2003. She is the

founding first violinist of the acclaimed

Delray String Quartet, and concertmaster

of Orchestra Miami and The South

Florida Philharmonic Orchestra and

has been a regular member of the Palm

Beach Chamber Music Festival. She was

the second prize winner of the National

Youth Violin Competition of China, and

is a graduate of the master’s program at

the University of Miami. She has recorded

with the Delray String Quartet on the

Karl henning

Composer Karl Henning writes and

plays music which no one else dare, in

and near Boston. His music has been

played and sung on three continents

(North America, Europe, and Australia).

Current projects include the completion

of a full evening’s ballet based on Dostoyevsky’s

novella White Nights, a Sonata

for clarinet and piano, and his first


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locals only | in the news

Miami Dolphins &

Ashley HomeStore

Provide 100 Kids

with New Beds

Ashley HomeStore partnered with the

Miami Dolphins to surprise 100 underprivileged

children with comfortable new


beds at the second annual South Florida

Hope to Dream Sleepover on June 22. Each

of the children enjoyed a sleepover party on

the team’s training field where they received

their very own twin-size bed and bedding

donated by Ashley HomeStore, decked out

with a Miami Dolphins comforter.

“Seeing the surprise and joy on so many

kids’ faces makes this an event we love creating

with the Dolphins,” said Keith Koenig,

president of City Furniture, the Southeast and

Southwest Florida licensee for Ashley Home-

Store. “The children had the chance to party

on the training field and get up-close with

players, and it’s great knowing they’ll rest

easy on their new beds for years to come.”

The Hope to Dream event hosted by the

Miami Dolphins was the latest footballthemed

sleepover for Ashley HomeStore’s

international Hope to Dream initiative. At

the event, the kids had dinner, toured the

Dolphins locker room and burned off some

energy with fun games and activities. Behind

pipe and drape curtains, the beds

were arranged on the field, with a teddy

bear and child’s nametag. For the “big reveal,”

kids wore sleep masks while the curtains

were pulled back. Koenig quickly explained

the surprise, the children took off

their masks, shrieked with delight and ran

to find their beds. After the surprise, Miami

Dolphins players Andre Branch, Davon

Godchaux, Xavien Howard and Raekwon

McMillan, along with cheerleaders and

team mascot TD, hosted a dance party with

the kids on their beds. The beds were delivered

to the children’s homes the next day.

Ashley HomeStore dedicates a portion

of proceeds from every mattress to

its Hope to Dream program, which has

donated 50,000 new beds and bedding

to children in need since 2010. All Ashley

HomeStore locations in Miami-Dade

through Indian River counties in South

Florida and in Naples and Fort Myers are

active year-round in the Hope to Dream

charity’s donation program.

Delray Elks News

St. Joseph’s


School added

another staff member

to the ranks of Elks Lodge

1770 in Delray Beach. Mary

Aperavich of Boynton Beach

was welcomed by her sponsor Kyle

Aubrey, at her initiation meeting. The school

hopes to foster a closer relationship with

the lodge, as both organizations have deep

ties with families in Boynton Beach and Delray


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Delray Beach


Audition Schedule

for 2018-19 Main

Stage Shows

All auditions will be held at 7:30 p.m. at

the Delray Beach Playhouse, 950 Lake

Shore Drive, Delray Beach 33444. Prepared

monologues are welcome, but not necessary.

For more information, call the Playhouse

at (561) 272-1281 Ext. 4.



Agatha Christie’s A MURDER IS


Auditions: August 13 and 14

(5 Men / 7 Women)

As with all of Agatha Christie’s plays,

there are a variety of juicy leading and

character parts for actors from 20 to 70.


Auditions: September 12 and 13

10 Men (16-70) / 4 Women (18-50)


Auditions: December 3 and 4

(2 Men / 3 Women)



Auditions: December 5 and 6

(3 Men / 3 Women)


Auditions: March 25 and 26

(2 Men / 2 Women)

Delray Beach Playhouse has been known

for its exceptional community theater offerings

since 1947. Main Stage Plays, Musical

Memories, Interactive Studio Theatre

and Children’s Theatre have been Playhouse

mainstays. For information on programs

and services or visit

Admissions of

a Juvenile Court


Prisons are not effective in redirecting

adults into crime free lives. Children are

not small adults. So why think that a children’s

prison would be any more effective in

remolding a delinquent child into a beneficial

member of our society.

On August 16,

from 7:00-9:00

pm at the Interfaith

Café (South

County Civic Center,

16700 Jog Rd,

Delray Beach),

Judge Ronald Alvarez

will speak

about his experiences

with youth

and prisons while

he was on the bench in the juvenile division

of the circuit court. He and his wife, Elaine,

were leaders in establishing the Children’s

Services Council of Palm Beach County. It

continues to impact thousands of children

and families in our community every day.

He has been a champion for children in the

courtroom and the community giving the

most at-risk children a voice, and a chance.

Judge Alvarez had been honored for his

service by many organizations including

the Bar Association, Guardian Ad Litem,

and more. He is a known advocate in the

community for children’s welfare and is

a frequent speaker and lecturer on the

subject of children and youth in the justice


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Space of Mind Launches

Community Classroom Project

Space of Mind, a modern schoolhouse, has launched the Community

Classroom Project (CCP), a 501c3 non-profit educational resource developed

to reduce school-related stress through initiatives and experiential

STEAM learning programs, educational solutions, entrepreneurship,

scholarships and by bridging the gap between students, parents, educators,

schools, mental health providers and the community.

Funded in party by the Community Classroom Project, The Hub, at

101 NW 1st Ave., Delray Beach, will be a home to the non-profit’s headquarters,

as well as the Think Tank, a resource center for parents, educators

and community members, music, media, fashion design and art

studios, an entrepreneurship incubator, commissary kitchen, cooking

school, community theater and science classroom/lab. The Hub will

also offer memberships, community programming, event rentals and

meeting spaces for local businesses, groups and organizations.

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Kenya Spear, of Delray Beach, travels and visits museums.

In New York, she visited The Studio Museum, in Harlem.

A guest and volunteers from the

Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce

Grand Opening

The Augusto family: Jonathan Augusto, Jonathan Jr,

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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 August for $50 or less.

Art is in the eye of the beholder, and art is in the eye of the beer

holder. Now, you can have both. August is American Artists Appreciation

Month and the good folks at the Arts Warehouse

are hosting a Warehouse Market for our viewing pleasure. You are

invited to stop by their pop-up marketplace that features fine artists,

makers, creative and more. You have the opportunity to support local

and regional makers as you find a new addition to your art collection,

which you’ll be able to enjoy for years and years to come. To make

sure you have first dibs on the collections, plan to attend the VIP Preview

Warehouse Market event on Friday, August 3 from 6 to 9 p.m.

Your $10 admission will get you drinks, light bites and music, and a

chance to get up close and personal with the collections and artists.

They are also hosting a Public Market on Saturday, August 4 from 10

a.m. to 3 p.m. that is free to attend. Either way, make a plan to show

your local artists some love and find a piece of work that will be the

next great addition to your living space. The Arts Warehouse is located

at 313 NE Third St. and the event is open to all ages. Visit www. or call (561) 330-9614 for more information and

to purchase tickets.

If you’re looking for a new sport to try out, look no further than

Pickleball. August 5 through 11 is Exercise with Your Child Week

and Pickleball is a great sport that appeals to all ages so you can

rest easy knowing that your super active child

won’t have an automatic win. Pickleball is a

paddle sport played with a whiffle ball

on a badminton-sized court and a

tennis-style net, so it’s a mix of tennis,

badminton and table tennis.

A non-volley zone (or kitchen)

prevents volleys close to the

net, and the serving team cannot

volley the return of a serve.

These unique rules favor players

with less mobility and allow senior

players to compete successfully

with younger competitors,

making it a perfect activity for all

family members. Not to mention you’ll

have fun and get some exercise in a social environment. Maybe even

throw in a fun competition and see if you can win free car washes for

the summer, or just bragging rights (for the rest of your child’s life).

Pickleball games are held during the summer on Saturdays from 1 to

3 p.m. at the Delray Beach Community Center, 50 N.W. First Ave. The

cost is $3-$4 per person, or you can purchase a monthly pass for $20-

$30. Visit or call (561) 243-7000 for more information

about the schedule and games.

We all know that cheese

makes the world

go round. It’s

the liquid gold that enhances

almost every

sandwich, salad, dip,

tacos (etc. etc. etc.) for

your palate’s pleasure.

August is National

Goat Cheese Month

and if you don’t feel like

cooking during the summer,

plan to dine downtown

and feast on numerous

dishes that feature this creamy

cheese. Max’s Harvest dishes up

their goat cheese croquettes with housemade

apple butter and marcona almonds for $10, and it’s a fantastic

appe-teaser, cheese feature. Now that your goat cheese synapses are

firing, take a quick stroll over to The Office where you can enjoy their

charcoal grilled pear salad that’s made with butter lettuce, grilled

pears, bacon, herb-crusted goat cheese, pecan brittle, radish, tomato

and a burnt honey vinaigrette for $12. It’s a refreshing salad that just

screams summer. If you have any room left, head to the Sundy House

and sink your teeth into their braised shortrib, which is served with a

saffron goat cheese polenta, piquillo romesco and sweet corn for $28.

Each dish is unique and fantastic, but we have come to expect nothing

less from our amazing local restaurants. Keep up the good work, and

cheers to more food holidays! Visit

for individual restaurant information.

18 | August 2018 |

It’s pretty much a scientific

fact that food

makes people happy.

If not, switch up your

diet and learn to love

all the fruits, veggies,

sandwiches, pastas and

seafood that the world

has to offer. August is Happiness

Happens Month and

if you want to maximize your

food happiness without minimizing

your wallet too much, you’re in luck. This year’s Dine Out

Downtown Delray Restaurant Week is held Wednesday, August

1 through Tuesday, August 7 and there’s numerous restaurants

that are participating. Generally speaking, these restaurants offer

multi-course prix fixe lunches and dinners for less than $20

per person and $40 per person, respectively. Participating restaurants

include Caffe Luna Rosa, Deck 84, Salt7, Brule Bistro,

J&J Seafood Bar and Grill, and many more. You can also enjoy

culinary events, such as Cigar and Scotch Night at PRIME ($31 in

advance, per person) on Thursday, August 2, or a Doughnut Party

at Doughnut Works on Saturday, August 4 ($35 per person).

The best part is that by you going out to eat, you are helping local

students eat, too. The event benefits Not One Hungry Homeless

Student Delray Beach Initiative with a goal to stop students

from going hungry on the weekends when they don’t have access

to meals at school. If this doesn’t make your stomach and

your heart happy, then I’m not sure what will. Visit

or call (561) 243-1077 for specific menu

offerings and more information.

If you’ve lived in Delray for a while, you’ve definitely seen all

of the changes and growth. It’s always amazing to see “before”

pictures and realize just how much the town became

a city, and is still moving and shaking. August is What Will Be

Your Legacy Month and is a great time to not only think about

your own personal journey, but to also reflect on the journeys

of those already taken, especially in our own town. The Spady

Cultural Heritage Museum hosts a Ride and Remember Trolley

Tour and you’re invited to take a seat and learn more about the

history of our city. The tour is illustrated with colorful stores of

the personalities and happenings that influenced the growth of

the city and it draws the riders back in time while sharing interesting

facts about the origins and development. Starting with a

tour the Spady Cultural Heritage Museum; the Tour takes riders

on a journey through the city’s five historic

districts. Riders will also disembark

at select historic sites for a closer

look at the fascinating history

of Delray Beach. The two-hour

Tour leaves from the Spady

Culture Heritage Museum

on Saturday, August 11 at

10 a.m. and the cost is $35

per person. The Museum is

located at 170 N.W. Fifth Ave.


or call (561) 279-8883 for more

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stingray feeding1

delray yacht cruises1


Dine Out Downtown

Delray Restaurant Week

1-31 Shark Feeding – Tues-

Sat - 10:30am, Sun 1:30pm- $5.

Alligator Feeding – Wed & Sat

1pm. Stingray Feeding - Tues-

Sun- 2:45pm. 561-274-7263,

1-31 Sandoway Discovery

Center Jr. Shark Biologist

– Wed & Sun 3:15pm. Free.

Designed as a mock shark

study, students will be given the

task of collecting, examining

their “sharks,” recording data

and tagging. 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-


1-31 Savor Our City Culinary

Private Tours – Private

customized tours of Atlantic Ave

and Pineapple Grove. 954-410-


1-31 Craft Food Tours -

Culinary Tours – Fri-Sun. $65.

Come eat and sip on the most

creative and inspired craft food

and drink that South Florida

has to offer! Reserve today:

1-31 Delray Yacht Cruises

Summer Specials – Daily

sightseeing cruises at 1:30pm for

$18! 561-243-0686,

1-31 Book your perfect

vAcation or Staycation in

#VisitDelrayBeach – Head

over to

Summer to see all of our local

hotel specials for the Summer!

1-7 Dine Out Downtown Delray

Restaurant Week – Discover

the diverse dining scene

with $20-40 Prix Fixe Lunch &

Dinner menus and a series of creative

culinary events and classes

throughout the week at participating

Downtown restaurants.

2 Arts Garage presents Feedback

– 8-10pm. $5. Delray’s Spoken

Word Open Mic Night. Calling

all poets, writers, and lyricists! 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. Established

and new poets, rappers, and writers

of all genres are welcome. Each

participant will have 5 minutes

to share his or her original piece.

Come listen to our local poets and

spoken word artists share their

work or come receive some FEED-

BACK for your own piece! 561-


2 Old School Square Site

Tour – 11am and 1pm. $8.

Enjoy a presentation of vintage

photos taking you through

the history of Delray Beach

followed by a site tour through

the beautifully restored, historic

school buildings of the Old School

Square Campus! 561-243-7922,

3 First Friday Art Walk –

6-9pm. Free. First Friday Art

Walk is a perfect way to experience

an evening of art, education

and relaxation in our award-winning

Arts Town.

3 Spotlight gAllery at

Cornell Art Museum – 6-9pm.

Free. Start your First Friday Art

Walk at the Cornell Museum with

complementary admission! 561-


3 Church of God Sutton

Chapel Youth Music Event –

6-9pm. Libby Wesley Plaza.

3, 11, 17 Murder on the Beach

Bookstore Booksignings –

Call for details. 561-279-7790,

3 Arts Garage presents

gArage Queens – 8pm. $20-

25. Showcasing the art of Drag!

Arts Garage hosts a pageant style

elimination contest for twelve

beautiful Queens. Every month,

the audience and judges will send

three Queens packing until there

is only one: the first crowned

GARAGE QUEEN. 561-450-6357,

3 Spades, Fades & BBQ – 7pm.

$15. Featuring Upper Cutz Barber

Shop, BBQ from Ceasar’s and Sam

(roadside cafe), with drinks from

Studio 404. West Settler’s Building.



4 wArehouse Market at Arts

wArehouse – 10am-3pm. Free.

A pop-up shop featuring artists,

makers and creatives. 561-330-


4 Morikami Kids Calligraphy

Workshop – 1:30pm. $25.

Learn how to write your name

and some Japanese words with

ink and brush, two traditional

calligraphy writing implements

in this hands-on workshop. 561-


4, 11, 18, 25 Murder on the

Beach Bookstore Writers

Workshops – 10am-12pm.

$25. Call for details: 561-279-


4 Baking Competition –

2-5pm. Free. Calling ANYONE

WHO CAN BAKE! This is your

chance to break through and win

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Eric Steckel


baking competition


ride and remember bus tour


the Julius Sanna Quartet

up to $1,000 in CASH for your

small business. Spady Cultural

Heritage Museum. To enter:

4, 11, 18, 25 Delray Beach

Public Library Writer’s

Studio – 10am. Weekly Saturday

morning program Contact

Howard Gleichenhaus at 561-


4 Arts gArage presents fAnni

Sarkozy & Friends – 8pm.

$40-45. A multi-award winning

pianist, singer and composer proficient

in jazz and classical music.


7 National Night Out Against

Crime – 6-10pm. Free. Join the

Delray Beach Police Department

at the Old School Square. This

free event includes kids activities,

music, food, entertainment and

back to school giveaways! 561-


7, 14, 21 SUP & Sip – 6pm. $20-

30. Join Whaleback Paddleboards

& Saltwater Brewery weekly for

SUP yoga at Lake Ida! Reservations

required: 734-624-2664,

9 Chamber of Commerce

Presents Celebration of

Education Breakfast –

8am. $25-35. Help welcome

our brand new teachers to our

Delray Beach schools, hear from

Principals about their challenges

and successes! 561-278-0424,

10 Morikami Sushi & Stroll

– 5:30. $6-8. Summer nights in

South Florida are something

special, especially when they are

augmented with taiko drums and

a cultural backdrop that can’t be

beat! 561-495-0233,

10 Arts Garage presents

The Norman Jackson Band

– 8pm. $25-30. Blues. 561-450-


11 Ride and Remember

Historical Tour – 10am. $25.

Spady Museum. When you board

the “Ride & Remember” Historical

Tour, the history of Delray Beach

comes alive! 561-279-8883,

11 Morikami Family Fun

Days – 12-3pm. Free with paid

admission. Personalize your own

hachimaki headband, commonly

worn during festivals and other

events in Japan. 561-495-0233,

11 Arts Garage presents

the Julius Sanna Quartet

– 8pm. $30-35. Jazz, soul, funk

and world beat. 561-450-6357,

14 Arts Garage presents

Shine – 8pm. $10-12. Are you

an inspiring artist, writer, or

musician who is itching for a spot

in the limelight? Well now is your

chance to SHINE! Arts Garage

presents SHINE, a monthly open

mic showcase for local talent,

hosted by our emcee Chunky. If

you’ve been working on a song, a

poem, a rap, or a riff that you want

to show off, this is the place for

you. Take the stage and jam with

a live house band (drums, guitar,

and bass) while your friends

cheer you on. This is your chance

to own the spotlight and SHINE!


14 Saltwater Brewery Paint

& Pint Night – 7pm. $30. Enjoy

a Sea Cow Milk Stout while you

paint a Happy Manatee picture!

Fun summertime painting

from Mobile Masterpieces.

16 Luncheon[ART] at Arts

wArehouse – 11:30-2pm.

Enjoy lunch and art at the Arts

Warehouse every 3rd Thursday!

Food truck will be parked outside.

Tables set up in the gallery for

your use or take a stroll and

grab food to go! 561-330-9614,

16 Delray Beach Chamber

of Commerce Contacts

& Cocktails at the Elks

Lodge – 5-7pm. $20-40. Join

the Chamber of Commerce for

cocktails, conversations and

culinary delights at the Delray

Beach Elks Lodge! 561-278-0424,

16 Arts Garage presents

Indie Rock & cArolena – 8pm.

$10. Indigo Dreamers’ (Indie

Rock) debut album, Lessons in

Blue, document growing paints,

nostalgia and joy of maturation.

Carolena (Alternative Pop) is a

22 year-old singer, songwriter

from South Florida. Carolena has

and authentic, soulful sound of

pop infused with reggae/r&b

influence, as well as tunes from

her Latin background. 561-450-


17 Arts gArage presents

Eric Steckel – 8pm. $25-30.

Hailed by many as the top rising

star of blues and rock. 561-450-


17 3rd Annual Dude Night!

With The Big Lebowski –

Crest Theatre, 51 N. Swinton

Ave., Delray Beach 33444. 561-


7-11pm; (Price is TBD). Dude

Night! with The Big Lebowski is

BACK for the third year in a row!

Old School Square & Delivery

Dudes are serving up your

favorite cult classic film, just in

time to celebrate the movie’s 20th

anniversary! Doors open at 7pm,

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locals only | happenings


the pixels


the rotem sivan band



The Big Lebowski trivia, bowling

pin art auction and costume

contest (with prizes) at 8pm; film

at 9pm! General admission and

VIP options available!

18 Arts Garage presents

the Rotem Sivan Band – 8pm.

$40-45. Jazz. Rotem Sivan is

taking the NYC scene by storm.

Sivan tours with his trio most

of the year playing in worldrenowned

festivals and clubs. He

has performed in countries such

as France, Italy, Spain, Germany,

Austria, Belgium, Poland, UK,

Slovenia, Mexico, Chile, Costa

Rica, Puerto Rico, Israel, USA,

and Canada, among others, and

has given workshops around

the world in top universities

and schools. 561-450-6357,

19 Murder on the Beach

Book Clubs – 3pm. The

Sunday Sleuths Book Club will

discuss The One Man by Andrew

Gross $9.99. 561-279-7790,

19 Music At St. Paul’s

Presents Baroque &

Beyond – 2:30pm pre-concert

conversation with composer Dr.

Karl Henning. 3pm concert. $15-

20. 188 S. Swinton Ave. 561-278-


20 Musical Meatless Monday

– 5-7pm. $10. Plant-based

potluck at the Arts Garage with

WiseTribe is a wonderful opportunity

for the community

to simply to BE TOGETHER for

fun, play, and dining to a difference.

The musical part comes

from drumming together. We will

have drums available to play with

should you not have your own.

Come for fun, community, and

the joy of making a difference together!

21 Hot FloriDA Nights Car

Cruise at Delray Marketplace

– 6-8pm. Free. Enjoy classic

cars and music, as you stroll

about the shops at Delray Marketplace!

23 Delray Yacht Cruises

Steel Drum Cruise – 6:30pm.

$26. Enjoy the sounds of the

islands aboard the Lady Atlantic

with beautiful views of the

intracoastal! 561-243-0686,

24 Arts Garage presents Tal

Cohen – 8pm. $40-45. Hailed by

DownBeat Jazz Magazine as a”...

special talent that needs to be

heard”, Tal Cohen’s unique piano

style owes its roots to the Jewish

folk songs and classical music

he played in his formative years

growing up in Israel. 561-450-


25 Arts Garage presents

Guitar Shorty – 8pm. $40-45.

Blues-Rock. Legendary guitarist/

vocalist Guitar Shorty is a giant

in the blues world. Compared to

both Jimi Hendrix and Buddy Guy,

Guitar Shorty has been electrifying

audiences for five decades

with his supercharged live shows

and his incendiary recordings.

What really sets shorty apart is

his unpredictable, off-the-wall

guitar playing. He reaches for

sounds, riffs and licks that other

blues players wouldn’t even think

of. 561-450-6357,

26 Sunday Brunch at

Saltwater – 12-4pm. Enjoy a

customized brunch menu paired

with Saltwater Brewery special

releases. Family and dog friendly!

28 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. Kick

back and vibe with Delray’s musicians

in an ever-changing improvised

jam session. No memorized

notes or lyrics: just bring your

instrument and let the music play.


31 Arts Garage presents

The Pixels – 8pm. $40-45. Retro

80’s. Featuring some of South

Florida’s most excellent totally

tubular musician, The Pixels –

Retro 80s Experience takes you

back to the time of shoulder pads,

skinny ties, leggings, and teased

hair. The Pixels play 80s big hits

from artists such as Madonna,

Tears for Fears, Def Leppard,

Cyndi Lauper, Hall & Oats, New

Order, Animotion, Human League,

and many more. They will trap

you in a time warp and you won’t

want to escape anytime soon!



1-31 Delray Beach Library

“People: Imagined & Real” &

“Lithographs in Motion” –


1-31 Delray Beach Historical

Society “The Last Frontier”

& “Sunny Greetings from

Delray” – 561-274-9578,

1-31 Morikami Museum &

JAPAnese Gardens Exhibits

“Unexpected Smiles” – 561-


1-31 Arts Garage “Transformation”

– 561-450-6357,

1-31 “Flora” at The Cornell

Museum at Old School

Square – 561-243-7922,

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pictures | on the ave

photos by melissa korman

1 2






1 Amanda @ Joseph John Salon

2 Lenny @ Engel & Völkers Delray Beach

3 Joan, Scout @ Our Boat House

4 Franco, George @ The Colony Hotel

5 Conor @ The Seagate Hotel & Spa

6 Erica, Lori, Juli, Brandy @ Gold Coast Dermatology

7 Karen, Alise, Danielle @ Pasqual Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

8 Marci @ A Blast From The Past

9 Laura @ European Wax Center



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pictures | on the ave

photos by melissa korman

1 2



Photo by Harvey Lustig




Photo by Harvey Lustig

1 Susan, Ingrid @ Douglas Elliman

2 Emelie, Julie @ Massage Heights

3 Dawn Guzzetta, Don Anderson @ Milestone Retirement

Communities, LLC/ Symphony at Delray Beach Assisted

Living & Memory Care

4 Ariel, Elle, Tayra, Sue, Christa, Beth @ One Aveda Salon

5 Chris @ Sara Campbell

6 Hasani, Bethany @ Etc. Café

7 Stacy & Vivian @ Venetian Nail Salon

8 George, Brett, Ann, Maggie, James, Rafael, Bruno @ Bolo

9 Shawn, Mike, Frank, Jesus @ Puro’s Cigars



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pictures | in the pineapple grove arts district

photos by melissa korman

1 2






1 Amy, Melissa @ Delray Art & Framing

2 Caitlin, Blake @ Purlife

3 Jeff @ Vatican Tattoo

4 Phyllis, Lyn, Kim, Patty, Jeb, Lorraine @ Delray Beach

Chamber Of Commerce

5 Autumn @ Once Upon A Time

6 Carlos, Paola @ Pineapple Grove Post Office

7 Justin, Anne @ Quigley Maguire Collections

8 Stacey, Devin @ Murder Mystery Book Store

9 David, Zain @ Purstrands



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pictures | in the pineapple grove arts district

photos by melissa korman

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1 Veronica, Nada, Reba, Jessie @ Nada’s Italy Tours

2 Michael @ Il Contadino

3 Mark, Bobby, Wendy @ Delray Art & Framing

4 Shannon, Grace @ Man Cave

5 Kevin @ Dash Travel

6 Rachel @ Beaulieu-Fawcett Law Group

7 EV @ Vatican Tattoo

8 Michelle, Lea, Holli, Jerilyn, Emily @ Posh Properties

9 Blake, Ryan, Joe, Bill @ Purgreens

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entertainment | gotta know

Delray Beach Youth Ambassadors Visit Our Sister City

Seven Sister Cities Youth Ambassadors

from Delray Beach visited Miyazu, Japan.

This is the tenth group of students

that Sister Cities of Delray Beach has sent

to Miyazu, Japan since the program began

twenty years ago.

Miyazu is the hometown of George Morikami

who gave his land to Palm Beach County

when he died in 1976. This land became

the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens.

To honor George Morikami, a group

of Delray Beach citizens established a Sister

Cities relationship with Miyazu, Japan. Over

40 years later, the two cities continue this

friendship primarily through this student

exchange program and economic exchanges.

Every two years, Sister Cities of Delray

Beach selects seven high school students

who train for a year to become youth ambassadors

to Japan. Then, they travel to

Japan for a week where they stay with host

families in Miyazu and attend the local high

school. Since beginning the program, 64

students have visited Japan. Former Delray

Beach Mayor David Schmidt is the president

of Sister Cities of Delray Beach.

Sister City of Delray Beach was created by

the city commission in April, 1977 for the

purpose of establishing a Sister City affiliation

with Miyazu, Japan.

The mission is to promote friendship and

understanding between the citizens of Delray

Beach, Florida and our Sister Cities in Miyazu

(Japan), Moshi (Tanzania), Pesaro (Italy), and

Aquin (Haiti) by encouraging cultural, youth,

athletic and economic exchanges.

For more information on the Sister City program,


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entertainment | gotta SEE

By lisa marie

August 3

Christopher Robin movie, from director

Marc Forster, is the heartwarming live

action adventure “Disney’s Christopher

Robin,” the young boy who loved embarking

on adventures in the Hundred Acre

Wood with a band of spirited and loveable

stuffed animals, has grown up and lost his

way. Now it is up to his childhood friends

to venture into our world and help Christopher

Robin remember the loving and playful

boy who is still inside. Ewan McGregor

stars as the working class family man in

London, Christopher Robin. The main human

cast includes Hayley Atwell, Mark

Gatiss, Adrian Scarborough, Roger Ashton-

Griffiths, and Paul Chahidi.

The Darkest Minds - When teens mysteriously

develop powerful new abilities,

they are declared a threat by the government

and detained. Sixteen-year-old Ruby,

one of the most powerful young people

anyone has encountered, escapes her camp

and joins a group of runaway teens seeking

safe haven. Soon this newfound family

realizes that, in a world in which the adults

in power have betrayed them, running is

not enough and they must wage a resistance,

using their collective power to take

control of their future. This stars Amandla

Stenberg (from The Hunger Games + Everything,

Everything), Mandy Moore, Harris

Dickinson, Wallace Langham, Golden

Brooks, Mark O’Brien, Patrick Gibson, and

Gwendoline Christie.

Searching After David Kim (John Cho)’s

16-year-old daughter goes missing, a local

investigation is opened and a detective

is assigned to the case. But 37 hours later

and without a single lead, David decides to

search the one place no one has looked yet,

where all secrets are kept today: his daughter’s

laptop. In a hyper-modern thriller told

via the technology devices we use every

day to communicate, David must trace his

daughter’s digital footprints before she

disappears forever. The small cast includes

Debra Messing, Michele La, and Joseph Lee.

The Spy Who Dumped Me stars Audrey

(Mila Kunis) and Morgan (Kate McKinnon),

two thirty-year-old best friends in Los Angeles,

who are thrust unexpectedly into an

international conspiracy when Audrey’s

ex-boyfriend shows up at their apartment

with a team of deadly assassins on his

trail. Surprising even themselves, the duo

jump into action, on the run throughout

Europe from assassins and a suspiciousbut-charming

British agent, as they hatch

a plan to save the world. Justin Theroux costars

as the titular “spy”, with Gillian Anderson,

Ivanna Sakhno, Sam Heughan, and

Hasan Minhaj.

Mila kunis

“The spy who dumped me”

August 10

Dog Days is a hilarious and heartfelt

ensemble comedy that follows the lives

of multiple dog owners and their beloved

fluffy pals around sunny Los Angeles, California.

When these human and canine’s

paths start to intertwine, their lives begin

changing in ways they never expected. Dog

Days is directed by American actor-turnedfilmmaker

Ken Marino.

The Meg - A deep-sea submersible--part

of an international undersea observation

program--has been attacked by a massive

creature, previously thought to be extinct,

and now lies disabled at the bottom of the

deepest trench in the Pacific... with its crew

trapped inside. With time running out,

expert deep sea rescue diver Jonas Taylor

(Jason Statham) is recruited by a visionary

Chinese oceanographer (Winston Chao),

against the wishes of his daughter Suyin

(Li Bingbing), to save the crew--and the

ocean itself--from this unstoppable threat:

a pre-historic 75-foot-long shark known

as the Megalodon. What no one could have

imagined is that, years before, Taylor had

encountered this same terrifying creature.

Now, teamed with Suyin, he must confront

his fears and risk his own life to save everyone

trapped below.

August 15

Crazy Rich Asians follows native New

Yorker Rachel Chu (Wu) as she accompanies

her longtime boyfriend, Nick Young

(Golding), to his best friend’s wedding in

Singapore. Excited about visiting Asia for

the first time but nervous about meeting

Nick’s family, Rachel is unprepared to learn

that Nick has neglected to mention a few

key details about his life. It turns out that

he is not only the scion of one of the country’s

wealthiest families but also one of

its most sought-after bachelors. Being on

Nick’s arm puts a target on Rachel’s back,

with jealous socialites and, worse, Nick’s

own disapproving mother (Yeoh) taking

aim. And it soon becomes clear that while

money can’t buy love, it can definitely complicate


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August 17

Alpha - Europe, 20,000 years ago. While

on his first hunt, an initiation to his tribe’s

most elite group, a young man, Zeta, is injured

and left for dead after a bison hunt

goes horribly wrong. Awaking to find himself

broken, alone, and miles from his village

– he must learn to survive and navigate

the harsh and unforgiving wilderness. Reluctantly

taming a lone wolf, Alpha, abandoned

by its pack, the pair learn to rely on

each other to hunt and become unlikely allies,

enduring countless dangers and overwhelming

odds in order to find their way

home before the deadly winter arrives.

Down a Dark Hall Kit (Anna Sophia

Robb), a difficult young girl, is sent to the

mysterious Blackwood Boarding School

when her heated temper becomes too

much for her mother to handle. Once she

arrives at Blackwood, Kit encounters eccentric

headmistress Madame Duret (Uma

Thurman) and meets the school’s only other

students, four young women also headed

down a troubled path. While exploring

the labyrinthine corridors of the school,

Kit and her classmates discover that Blackwood

Manor hides an age-old secret rooted

in the paranormal. The cast also includes

Isabelle Fuhrman, Victoria Moroles, Noah

Silver, Taylor Russell, Rosie Day.

Mile 22, the latest action movie collaboration

between director Peter Berg and

Mark Wahlberg (who have made Lone Survivor,

Deepwater Horizon, Patriots Day together).

Wahlberg plays a top secret, high

level CIA agent in their “least understood

unit”, tasked with finding and transporting

an asset to “Mile 22” for extraction. The

title refers to the place where the person

can be safely extracted, and Wahlberg’s

character encounters “some very evil people”

along the way. The cast includes John

Malkovich, Ronda Rousey, Iko Uwais, Terry

Kinney, Sala Baker, Alexandra Vino, Poorna

Jagannathan, and Lauren Cohan.

August 24

A.X.L. - In the vein of classic 1980’s family

movies Short Circuit and Flight of the

Navigator, A.X.L. is a new adventure about a

down-on-his luck teenage bike rider, Miles

(Alex Neustaedter), who stumbles upon

an advanced, robotic, military dog named

A.X.L. Endowed with next-generation artificial

intelligence but with the heart of a dog,

A.X.L. forms an emotional bond with Miles,

much to the chagrin of the rogue military

scientists who created A.X.L. and would do

anything to retrieve him. Knowing what is

at stake if A.X.L. gets captured, Miles teams

up with his smart, resourceful crush, Sara

(Becky G), to protect his new best friend

on a timeless, epic adventure for the whole

family. AXL is both written and directed by

American filmmaker Oliver Daly.

The Happytime Murders is set in the

underbelly of Los Angeles where puppets

and humans coexist. Two clashing detectives,

one human (Melissa McCarthy) and

one puppet, are forced to work together

to try and solve who is brutally murdering

the former cast of ‘The Happytime Gang’,

a beloved classic puppet show. The Happytime

Murders is directed by American

filmmaker Brian Henson,famed puppet

master Jim Henson’s son, and the director

of Muppet Treasure Island and Muppet

Christmas Carol.

Slender Mantells the story of a tall, thin

horrifying figure with unnaturally long

arms and a featureless face, who is reputed

to be responsible for the haunting and

disappearance of countless children and

teens. In a small town in Massachusetts,

four high school girls perform

a ritual in an attempt to

debunk the lore of Slender

Man. When one of the

girls goes mysteriously

missing, they begin to

suspect that she is, in

fact, his latest victim.

Stars Joey King, Julia

Goldani Telles, Annalise

Basso, Jaz Sinclair,

Javier Botet, Kevin

Chapman, and Michael

Reilly Burke.

Mark wahlberg

“Mile 22”

August 31

Kin is a pulse-pounding crime thriller

with a sci-fi twist, telling the story of an

unexpected hero destined for greatness.

Chased by a vengeful criminal (James

Franco) and a gang of otherworldly soldiers,

a recently released ex-con (Jack

Reynor) and his adopted teenage brother

(Myles Truitt) are forced to go on the run

with a weapon of mysterious origin as

their only protection. Kinis co-directed by

American filmmaking brothers Jonathan

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entertainment | gotta HEAR By tom craig

August 1

Counting CroWS and Live

6:30pm Coral Sky Amphitheatre WPB

$22.00 - $125.00

August 4

Miranda Lambert & Little Big Town:

The Bandwagon Tour

7:00pm Coral Sky Amphitheatre WPB

$25.00 - $109.00

August 4

Kesha & Macklemore -

The Adventures of Kesha and

Macklemore Tour

7:00pm AA Arena Miami

$21.00 - $122.00

August 5

Hippiefest 2018 - Vanilla Fudge,

Rick Derrenger, Mitch Ryder &

The Detroit Wheels, Badfinger

Featuring Joey Molland

6:00pm Parker Playhouse Ft. Lauderdale

$47.50 - $77.50

August 5

Janet JACKSon

STATe of the World Tour

8:00pm AA Arena Miami

$25.00 - $495.00

August 5

Vans Warped Tour

11:00am Coral Sky Amphitheatre WPB

$30.00 - $55.00

August 7


8:00pm Coral Sky Amphitheatre WPB

$18.00 - $129.00

August 9

Perpetual Groove Acoustic Trio “P3”

8:00pm Funky Biscuit Boca Raton


August 9

Imagine Dragons Evolve Tour

7:00pm Coral Sky Amphitheatre WPB

$35.00 - $140.00

August 11

Old Boca Music Festival 5 with

The Shack Daddys, The Fabulous

Fleetwoods, and Buster Leggs

8:00pm Funky Biscuit Boca Raton

$10.00 - $25.00

August 15

Shakira El Dorado World Tour

7:30pm BB&T Center Sunrise

$39.00 - $186.00

August 17

Def Leppard & Journey

7:00pm BB&T Center Sunrise

$65.00 - $175.00

August 17

Wiz Khalifa & Rae Sremmurd:

Dazed & Blazed Tour

6:00pm Coral Sky Amphitheatre WPB

$21.00 - $144.00

August 17-18

Shakira El Dorado World Tour

7:30pm AA Arena Miami

$46.00 - $186.00

August 18

Evanescence + Lindsey Stirling

7:00pm Coral Sky Amphitheatre WPB

$18.00 - $136.00

August 25

Jeff Beck & Paul Rodgers and

Ann Wilson of Heart - The Stars

Align Tour

7:30pm Coral Sky Amphitheatre WPB

$21.25 - $204.69

August 31

An Evening With Anders Osborne &

Mike Zito

9:00pm Funky Biscuit Boca Raton

$45.00 - $75.00

August 31

Amy Schumer And Friends

8:00pm Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood

$72.00 - $182.00

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otta Read

entertainment | GOTTA read By lisa marie


Family Ties:

An Authoritative Guide to Understanding

Divorce and Child Custody, for Parents and

Family Professionals

by Mark DAVID Roseman Ph.D. CFLE

Preserving Family Ties was not written

to give you a formula for action. Rather,

this is a guidebook for understanding. It was

written to give a clearer understanding of

the complexity in child custody when parents


This book provides you the historical

context for the changes you experience, and

what you may fear. I have written this book

to offer parents and professionals that context

in which the new reality unfolds. It was

written to help you understand that one can

move forward best when they a) acknowledge

your feelings as you endure so many

life changes, often abrupt and unexpected;

b) recognize the obstacles and options in

the child custody and divorce process; and c)

seek support from family, friends, community

resources to affect the best transition for

you and your children.

There is no magic wand to solve problems

that parents may encounter, real or

imaginary. However, our imagination can

play havoc with this journey of family transition.

The future we prefer for our children,

for each parent, for grandparents and other

extended family members, can be far better

than imagined.

Today, Dr. Roseman is the CEO of the

Toby Center for Family Transitions which he

founded in 2010. Based in Delray Beach, the

Toby Center has emerged a major provider

of supervised visitation services and reunification

therapy in South and Central Florida.

Desperate Girls

by Laura Griffin

Released August 7

New York Times bestselling author Laura

Griffin’s Desperate Girls is a tightly

wound, fast-paced romantic thriller that follows

a desperate woman on the run as she

hides from a killer’s symbolic revenge spree.

Defense attorney Brynn Holloran is

right at home among cops, criminals, and

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tough-as-nails prosecutors. With her sharp

wit and pointed words, she has a tendency

to intimidate, and she likes it that way. She’s

a force to be reckoned with in the courtroom,

but in her personal life, she’s a mess.

When a vicious murderer she once helped

prosecute resurfaces and starts a killing

spree to wipeout those who put him behind

bars, one thing becomes clear: Brynn needs

to run for her life.

When the police come up empty-handed,

Brynn turns to a private security firm for protection.

But when she defies advice and gets involved

in the investigation, even the former Secret

Service agent assigned to protect her may

not be able to keep her safe. With every new

clue she discovers, Brynn is pulled back into

the vortex of a disturbing case from her past.

As the clock ticks down on a manhunt,

Brynn’s desperate search for the truth unearths

long-buried secrets and reignites a

killer’s fury.


by Sandra Brown

Released August 14

Rye Mallett, a fearless “freight dog” pilot

charged with flying cargo to far-flung

locations, is often rough-spoken and all business,

but soft on regulations when they get

in the way of meeting a deadline. But he

does have a rock-solid reputation: he will

fly in the foulest weather, day or night, and

deliver the goods safely to their destination.

So when Rye is asked to fly into a completely

fogbound northern Georgia town and deliver

a mysterious black box to a Dr. Lambert, he

doesn’t ask questions.

As Rye’s plane nears the isolated landing

strip, more trouble than inclement weather

awaits him. He is greeted first by a sabotage

attempt on his plane that causes him

to crash land, and then by Dr. Brynn O’Neal,

who claims she was sent for the box in Dr.

Lambert’s stead. Despite Rye’s “no-involvement”

policy when it comes to other people’s

problems, he finds himself irresistibly drawn

to the intrigue surrounding his cargo . . . and

to the mysterious and alluring Brynn.

Soon Rye and Brynn are in a treacherous

forty-eight-hour race to deliver the box before

time runs out. With everyone from law

enforcement officials to hired thugs hot on

their heels, they must learn to trust each

other so they can protect their valuable cargo

from those who would kill for it.

The Summer


by Susan Wiggs

Released August 21

This is a touching tale of secrets and sacrifice,

loss and redemption…and a love too

powerful to be denied.

Never get attached—Private nurse and

protected witness Claire Turner lives by this

motto. Fleeing a treacherous past, she knows

no other way.

Never give up—In the twilight of his life,

George Bellamy makes it his final wish to

reconcile with an estranged brother. He and

Claire journey to Willow Lake—where it all

went wrong for him fifty years ago.

Never let go—George’s grandson, Ross,

is ruled by a fierce devotion to family and a

deep mistrust of the mysterious Claire…yet

sparks fly whenever she’s near. In the face

of wrenching loss, amid the enchantment of

Willow Lake, Ross and Claire dare to risk everything

for love. | august 2018 | 41

entertainment | concert preview

By tom craig

Jeff Beck & Paul Rodgers +

Ann Wilson Of Heart


Coming to Coral Sky Amphitheatre Jeff Beck and

Paul Rodgers will co-headline the Stars Align tour, with

Ann Wilson of Heart serving as the opening act.

Jeff beck Paul Rodgers ann wilson

The three legendary musicians shared much admiration

towards each other in the press release announcing this

summer tour.

“I always enjoy touring the U.S. in the summer and joining with

Paul, and Ann Wilson, should make for quite an exciting night,” said

Jeff Beck.

“This is going to be a knock out combination of music and

musicians,” said Paul Rodgers. “I’ve always been a Jeff Beck fan, who

isn’t? He is in a league of his own. Ann Wilson has an amazing voice

and is a brilliant songwriter. 2018 marks the 50th Anniversary of

‘Free’ and I hope we can touch your spirit with the ‘Spirit of Free.’”

“I am thrilled to have been asked to perform on the Stars Align

Tour with Jeff Beck and Paul Rodgers,” said Ann Wilson. “They are

both long time favorites of mine! They are masters at their craft and

it is an honor to share the stage this summer.”

Over the course of Jeff Beck’s distinguished 50+ music career, he

has earned an incredible 8 GRAMMY Awards, been ranked by Rolling

Stone as one of the “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time,” and been

inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame twice – once as a member

of the Yardbirds and again as a solo artist.

Singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Paul Rodgers has led

3 bands to global success: Free, Bad Company and The Firm. Rodgers

has been named the #3 “Greatest Voice in Rock” in Rolling Stone and

the #2 “All Time Best Rock Singer” in Classic Rock Magazine.

On this upcoming summer run, Ann Wilson fans can expect to hear

an assortment of Heart hits along with tracks from her solo career.

The Stars Align: Jeff Beck & Paul Rodgers + Ann Wilson

When: Saturday, August 25, at 7:00pm

Where: Coral Sky Amphitheatre, West Palm Beach

Tickets: $21.25 - $204.69 through Live Nation

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entertainment | concerts

photos by tom craig

Barry Oakley Jr. is the son of Raymond

Barry Oakley founding member of the

Allman Brothers. Performs with his band

Indigenous Suspects at the Funky Biscuit.

Co-founder and lead

VOCALIST Daryl Hall of

Hall and OATES performs

AT BB&T Center.

Co-founder and lead

guitarist John OATES of

Hall and OATES performs

AT BB&T Center.

Singer, songwriter and pianist

Kandace Springs performs at the

BB&T Center as the opening act for

THE Hall and OATES / Train tour.

Singer, songwriter, musician

and founding member of

Train, PATRICK Monahan

PERFORMS at BB&T Center.

JAZZ, Pop, Rock and longtime

TOTO drummer Simon Phillips

PERFORMS with his band

Protocol at the Funky Biscuit.

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health & beauty | pain relief

By Dr. Safranski

Bad Posture

Text neck, tech neck, forward head posture, anterior

head carriage, upper crossed syndrome, military neck,

straightening of the cervical spine, and loss of lordosis

are all terms used by health care professionals today.

These big fancy words mean one thing, you have bad posture.

Aside from the aesthetics, why is posture important?

In a study published in Clinical Biomechanics, posture in

the cervical spine (neck) they found that having a forward flexed

posture was more likely to have an increase in failure of the disc in

the middle C3/4 or C5/6. This is important to note because most

people have this posture. When we have the increase in flexion or

loss of cervical lordosis, we become susceptible to injuries of the

spine and neck. Think about it like this, the discs act as the shock

absorbers of the neck, along with good biomechanics of the cervical

spine (posture) and well hydrated discs (shock absorbers),

the spine can absorb injuries and function as it should. Continuing

with the car analogy, if the alignment (cervical biomechanics) is

off, then the shock absorbers are going to wear out faster which

can lead to tires wearing out faster - and so on and so forth.

You might be asking yourself, how did I get like this? How did

this happen? What can I do to fix it? Well, this happens to all of us

with a cell phone, a computer, and those that have a desk job. We

are constantly looking down, stretching the posterior (back) side

of the neck - elongating and weakening the muscles in the back

and strengthening the muscles in the front, having forward rolled

shoulders. These repetitive actions that we do on a daily basis

cause long term changes. It is to note that our bodies are amazing

organisms. The human body does many adaptations to keep our

eyes on the horizon, and keep us upright and moving in our dayto-day

lives. However, it is not always the right way to compensate

for improper actions such as looking down at your phone, looking

at your computer screen or working out the big flexor muscle

groups. Eventually we will have symptoms like pain in the neck,

shoulders, numbness hands and fingers, muscle weakness, headaches,

limited movement and disc issues. If we don’t take care of

these postural corrections they can turn into much more severe

problems further down the road.

There are steps to take in order to regain what has been lost,

correct the necessary structures and live an active pain free lifestyle.

Step 1: go to a chiropractor and get an assessment that includes

x-rays range of motions and a postural assessment. Step 2:

Get adjusted. Getting adjusted puts motion back into the segments

of the cervical spine that have not been moving properly. This is

not only good from a biomechanics perspective, but from a physiologic

perspective. The spinal discs get their hydration through

movement, so any lack of movement in the cervical spine leads to

dehydrated discs. Step 3: Find a place that does non-surgical spinal

decompression or traction. Stretching the muscles ligaments

and tendons in the case of posture not only help establish plastic

deformation to restructure the ligaments of the cervical spine, but

it helps bring more motion in to the discs, to again, hydrate them.

Step 4: Stretching the anterior compartment of the cervical spine,

and strengthening the posterior compartment. This will ultimately

solidify the changes that are being made with the adjustment to

have long standing changes. Structure and function are correlated

- if the structures are good, you will function well.

Move well, live well.

The Conde Center For

Chiropractic Neurology

401 West Atlantic Avenue, Suite #014

Delray Beach, FL 33444


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health & beauty | dermatology

By Jennifer Wilson, MSN, ARNP, NP-C

Let’s Be Real

About Cellulite

Hiding those frustrating dimples can be exhausting for women

especially in the summer months. Cellulite occurs in 80 to 90

percent of women of all ages and body shapes.

Diet and exercise have been shown to improve the appearance of cellulite but

cannot cure it. There is also a genetic component to these pesky fibrous bands

that women just simply cannot escape. Rather than doing squats at the gym all

day, there are now better options for improving the appearance of cellulite.

Cellulite is the herniation, or protrusion of fat through fibrous connective tissue that

appears as skin dimpling. Typically it is found on the abdomen, legs, and buttocks, and is

most common in women. Some of the main causes of cellulite have been found to include

weight gain or loss, lack of muscle tone, poor circulation, hormonal changes and genetics.

Eating a plant heavy diet and drinking plenty of water may help to keep excess weight off but

also helps with the fibrous bands being supple and supported. Firming and toning muscles

with weight bearing exercises underneath the areas of cellulite have also been shown to be

effective in reducing cellulite.

Due to the unmet need of effective help for cellulite, body contouring devices are becoming

increasingly popular among modern aesthetic practices. ZWave by Zimmer

Aesthetics is a handheld German device using electro-magnetically generated Radial

Pulse Technology. The high energy acoustic waves have been shown to improve

blood circulation and impact the collagen structure and skin connective tissue.

ZWave simulates collagen formation and the treated skin becomes more firm and

improves elasticity with a few treatments. The device is able to break down cellulite

fibrous connective bands leading to collapse of gas bubbles within the fat

structure (cavitation) and thereby improves the appearance of fat.

ZWave can be a standalone application or in combination with other treatments.

It has been shown to be successful in treating the appearance of cellulite grades

1-3 (mild to moderate dimpling). Clear changes are visible after 2 to 3 sessions with

best results occurring after 6 to 10 sessions. Treatments are spaced out every 2 to 3

days and take about 10 minutes per leg. The procedure is non-invasive with no down

time. It’s a pain-free application, affordable, and produces impressive results.

ZWave is now being utilized for combination treatments with other fat destroying devices

and liposuction to help increase the lymphatic drainage and circulation post operatively.

Becoming increasingly popular is its ability to help with sports injuries and muscle

tension with its acoustic vibratory ability that can be tailored to fit the needs of each patient.

Aesthetic treatments can be coupled with this device to increase patient satisfaction with

results. It can be used a few days after Kybella, an injectable used for fat dissolving, to help

reduce post procedure swelling to the treated area and decrease the risk of possible nodule formation.

It can be utilized after injecting filler into parts of the body to improve overall smoothness

and even dispersion of the product

Dr. Thomas C. Balshi

4665 W. Atlantic Ave.

Delray Beach, FL 33445


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health & beauty | Your Dental Health

By craig spodak, dmd, pa

Protect Your Smile When

You’re Going For The Goal!

An estimated 3 million teeth are knocked

out annually during youth sporting events.

It’s that time of year again when your kids are heading back to

school and are excited about joining their favorite sports teams.

But, when you think of what they need for school – pens, paper,

calculator and such – is a mouth guard on the list?

The mouth and face of a child or young adult can be easily

injured, especially when proper precautions are

not taken when participating in sports or recreational

activities. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease

Control and Prevention, there are 7 million sports

and recreation related injuries, and more than half

of those injuries are sustained by children as young

as 5 years old.

Last year, the National Youth Sports Safety Foundation

forecasted that more than 3 million teeth

would be knocked out in youth sporting events.

They also reported that athletes who don’t wear

mouth guards are 60 times more likely to damage

their teeth! Yet, in a survey commissioned by

the American Association of Orthodontists,

67 percent of parents admitted that their

children do not wear a mouth guard

during organized sports. But, if mouth

guards offer a simple and relatively

inexpensive solution to help dramatically

decrease the risk of oral injuries,

why aren’t more kids wearing them?

This same survey found that 84 percent

of children do not wear mouth

guards while playing organized sports

because they are not required to wear

them, even though they may be required

to wear other protective materials, such

as helmets and shoulder pads. Not only

do mouth guards save teeth, they help

protect jaws. So even if they’re not required,

it is an important tool to have.

An effective mouth guard holds teeth

in place, allows for normal speech and

breathing, and provides a high degree of

comfort and fit. It should cover the teeth

and, depending on the patient’s bite, also the gums.

The American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons,

the American Association of Orthodontists and the American Dental

Association offer the following tips to prevent or minimize injury

to athletes:

• Wear a mouth guard when playing contact sports.

Mouth guards can help prevent injury to a person’s

jaw, mouth and teeth, and are significantly

less expensive than the cost (and pain) to repair

an injury.

• Wear a helmet. Helmets absorb the energy of an

impact and help prevent damage to the head.

• Wear protective eyewear and a face shield to

avoid damage to eyes, the delicate bones around

eyes, nose and jaw.

If you do suffer a dental injury and knock out a

tooth, make sure you find the tooth (avoid touching

the root) and call your dentist immediately.

Try and keep the tooth as clean as possible

and store in milk if you can. Most teeth

can be re-implanted if cared for properly

and are re-implanted quickly, and

your dentist will have all equipment

and necessary materials needed to

treat dental injuries.

Be proactive this season

when you head out to play

recreational and/or organized

sports! Your dentist can recommend

the best mouth guard for

every sports activity and will help

properly fit it to your mouth to prevent

accidents and traumatic injuries to your

teeth and jaw. So, remember to play it

safe on the field so you can shine your

smile when you win!

Spodak Dental Group

3911 West Atlantic Avenue

Delray Beach - 561-498-0050

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health & beauty | body beautiful

By ashley sica-de souza

Back to School,

Back to YOU!

Summer has come to a close and now it’s back to the

school year grind. Summer is a time for loose schedules…

aka missed workouts, family vacations…lots of extra

calories and kids to entertain. No time to yourself!

Although fun and exciting, all these

summer activities can reek havoc on

the body and make getting back on

track that much harder. There is no better

time than now to make your fitness regime

part of that “grind.” Here are a few tips to get

back on track, feeling good and beat those

summer blues.

The first and most important component

of getting back on track is to have a “fitness”

plan and to set a goal for yourself. Setting

a fitness plan could be as simple as saying

you’re going to get to the gym 3x per week.

Make sure it’s at a time that will not be interrupted

and a time that will work for you.

Next up is to set a small goal. Having a “specific”

goal will allow you to focus on training

and give you extra motivation to exercise. It’s

a lot easier to make it to the finish line if you

have an attainable goal in sight. Whatever

this goal may be, write it down and put it

somewhere where you will be reminded of it

everyday. Committing your goal to paper and

seeing the written words are more powerful

than just having a thought or talking about it.

Next order of business would be for you

to get your eating in check! I highly recommend

keeping a daily food log of exactly everything

that you are consuming…the good

the bad and the ugly! This will help you

easily pinpoint your strengths and weaknesses.

Make sure to get in the proper mix

of lean protein, complex carbohydrates,

healthy fats and of course lots of veggies.

Skip anything that is processed and stick

to all homemade prepared meals (yes, with

preparation and thought…you can do it!)

The other nutrition component is water!

Your body can not properly burn fat if it is

dehydrated. It’s such a simple thing many

people don’t do. Aim for 1oz of water per

pound of bodyweight. Drinking proper

amounts of water will also help to keep you

feeling full, flush out toxins and help debloat

you faster than you may realize. So get

out that gallon and start your chuggin!

The last step to help you get back on track

is to find an accountability partner. Surely

you can find someone…a friend, the neighbor,

your dog (just kidding!) who is looking

to get in shape or even just live a healthier

lifestyle. An accountability partner will help

keep you on track and honest. I see greater

fitness retention when friends pair up.

Think about it….you’re much less likely to

skip your workout if someone is meeting

you and it gives you someone to call when

you’re ready to throw in the towel.

If you follow these three principles it

should help you get back on track in no time!

My last piece of advice, don’t do the old…”I’ll

start on Monday!” There is no better time to

start than now! Come up with a plan, set a

goal, clean up your eating, grab a friend and

get moving! You’ll be glad you did.

Ashley Sica Fitness

Transformation Studio

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Boca Raton, FL 33487


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Tyler Presley Salon

Newly Renovated

by Nicol Jenkins | Photos by melissa korman

Tyler Presley Salon has a fresh new look! The Delray Beach

salon’s recent expansion has an elegant atmosphere and has

added more spa services to tend to the needs of their customers.

Their mission is to provide a warm, inviting and comfortable

environment to every guest that walks through the door.

The full-service salon has doubled in size boasting

close to 3,000 square feet and has been

completely renovated with a sophisticated and

relaxed atmosphere.

The salon offers a wide range of service such as:

hair styling for both men and women, color, extensions,

Keratin treatment, manicure, pedicure, waxing,

makeup, Microblading and esthetician services

as well as a jewelry boutique. The moment you walk

through the door, you are greeted by friendly faces, a

beautiful waiting lounge, complimentary coffee, tea,

and bagels.

“We steadily outgrew the space and decided to renovate

to better serve our clientele. We were able to add

new services while enhancing the character and ambiance

of the salon, says Gloria and Jose, owners of Tyler

Presley Salon. The salon also provides high tech processors

that don’t dry out the hair after highlights. “For

us the integrity of the hair is important” says Gloria.

Each experience starts with a complimentary consultation

with a stylist who builds relationships and

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After makeover

takes the time to find out what hairstyle and color the client is

trying to achieve. The salon has a diverse selection of quality

hair products such as Davines, Goldwell, and KMS. “We stand

behind our products 100 percent and it’s very important to

educate our clients about what products work for their hair.

We give our clients what their hair needs so their color looks

healthy and lasts longer,” said Gloria.

Gloria calls her staff of 18 family. She explains they are

always learning about new trends. “I take pride in my staff.

They are very up-to-date on their education and are very creative.

Education is Number One in the salon.”

Danielle, a master stylist and colorist at Tyler Presley Salon,

specializes in Balayage. “We are all really passionate about

what we do. We work well as a team, and clients notice that

and feel comfortable here. We all help each other. We have the

same goals, and the owner wants to keep growing and progressing,”

said Danielle. “We want our clients to not only look

good when they leave the salon but also to be able to recreate

the salon look at home.”

“We are bringing their inner beauty out. It’s rewarding

when you see a client just light up. Their confidence shines

through and it changes everything in their life,” said Danielle.

“Danielle is a magician with hair especially if you want

Balayage. I feel so good now and the compliments have been

great. All the stylists are sweet, and the atmosphere is beautiful.

Can’t wait to continue coming here and seeing Danielle,”

said a happy client.

“Absolutely love each of the hair specialists at this beautiful,

relaxing salon. Affordable and knowledgeable!” added another


Tyler Presley Salon is conveniently located 5 miles west of

Downtown Delray Beach and two miles East of Delray Marketplace.

Stop by Tyler Presley Salon for a new look and walk

out looking your best!

Tyler Presley Salon

15280 Jog Rd, Suite I

Delray Beach, FL 33446

561-450-7625 | aUGUST 2018 | 55

Symphony at Delray Beach

Main Entrance to Symphony at Delray Beach

Modern, Resort-Style Senior

Living On Atlantic Avenue

By linda brown | Photos by Aliana Images

Eagerly anticipated by

the local Delray Beach

community, Symphony at

Delray Beach is now open

and accepting new residents.

Retirees and seniors look for great places to live and age successfully,

and Symphony at Delray Beach Supportive Independent

Living, Assisted Living, and Memory Care is a cut

above the rest. The 118-apartment assisted living community is

now open on West Atlantic Avenue and offers premium amenities

with a hospitality model and the added bonus of being in one of the

best cities in South Florida.

The community offers its residents an array of services including

three meals per day, transportation, a wealth of activities as well

West Atlantic Avenue Signage - Symphony at Delray Beach

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Full Service Bistro & Bar with Live Entertainment

Resident Library & Social Area

as personal care services. It is far from the proverbial “home” that

many older adults may have experienced when their parents needed

senior living services many years ago. What was once a depressing

next move is now something aging adults can look forward to.

Resident amenities include a full-service bar and bistro, restaurantstyle

dining with indoor and lanai seating, a movie theater, business

centers, a library, a full-service salon with spa and so much more.

“We are a licensed Assisted Living community but our goal is independence.

We customize support to each resident in a blended environment

of independent and assisted living” said Executive Director

Susan Smith. “We also provide weekly housekeeping including personal

laundry service, maintenance, on-site physician and therapy

services and a full-service salon & spa all in a resort like setting”.

Symphony at Delray Beach will also feature 30 Memory Care

apartments in a secure neighborhood for residents with Alzheimer’s

Disease and other forms of dementia. Symphony’s In the Moment®

memory care program is specific to those residents’ needs.

The memory care neighborhood features unique amenities that

cater to the well-being of residents including serenity rooms for

relaxation and a beautifully landscaped courtyard with a full-size

antique corvette for reminiscing and enjoyment.

“Residents will enjoy speakers, presenters and other social activities

and entertainment as well,” Mrs. Smith said. “Basically, people

have various physical – and other – needs, and the key to supportive

living is a care staff and caregivers that are truly committed to

serving the senior population.”

Each resident is given a personal evaluation to determine their

needs – because everybody is different – and Symphony at Delray

Beach supports them in every way they can while offering as

much independence as possible. “This is a quality lifestyle, and

I’ve always said if you combine a hotel, cruise ship and a country

club,then add our care component – you have Symphony at Delray

Beach”, Mrs. Smith said.

The main goal for our residents is to live a “fulfilled life,” Andrea

Abbott, Symphony at Delray Beach’s Regional Vice President of

Sales & Marketing said, “and the community provides an opportunity

for people to age successfully”. It is particularly beneficial for

people whose families are not local. Removing the requirements of

home ownership and the difficulties that crop up when seniors live

on their own, it doesn’t matter if a light bulb burns out or sheets

need laundering because Symphony’s staff does it all!

“Families enjoy peace of mind that mom or dad is in a safe environment

that offers a quality lifestyle they want for their parents,”

Mrs. Abbott said. “Many families have commented on the convenience

of the central location of Symphony at Delray Beach. Located

between I-95 and the Florida Turnpike on West Atlantic Avenue,

we are excited to see friends and family of our residents stopping in

to visit as the community is right in their neighborhood”.

The community offers a range of floor plans, from smaller studio

apartments to one- and two-bedroom apartments. It also is very

close to the Downtown Delray Beach area so people can take advantage

of that environment as well. “We will have a full calendar of

activities each month and will also include outings where residents

can enjoy themselves outside our community”, Mrs. Smith said. “A

lot of our residents have spent a majority of their lives being involved

in clubs, volunteering and contributing to their neighborhoods.

It has become an intricate part of who they are, and that

shouldn’t stop because they’re in senior living. Caring about your

community doesn’t stop with age. Come to think of it, not much

does! Our residents are all unique people, who have built vibrant,

meaningful lives, and helping them maintain their sense of individuality

is at the heart of what we do. It’s why we’re here.”

Symphony at Delray Beach Supportive Independent Living, Assisted

Living and Memory Care is located at 4840 West Atlantic Avenue

and accepts walk-in tours, although appointments are highly

encouraged. To learn more, or schedule a visit, call 561-266-3407

or visit

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Dash Travel

Dash Travel, Celebrity

Cruises & Katcha-Ride...

Collaborate On A New Cruise Ship Themed Cart

By nicol jenkins | photos by melissa korman

Residents and visitors can now hop on the

new cruise ship themed golf cart and ride

along Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach.

Dash Travel, Celebrity Cruises & Katcha-Ride collaborated

on the new cruise ship themed cart in Delray Beach. The

Celebrity Cruise Edge cart has an 8 foot illuminated cruise

ship on top of the golf cart along with mobile advertising. The new

cart showcases the new cruise ship, Celebrity Cruise Edge, which

will make its inaugural debut in December sailing out of Fort Lauderdale.

The Edge will sail in The Caribbean during the winter and

Europe in the summer.

“We wanted to have a golf cart to advertise our travel company in

downtown Delray Beach, and we wanted to focus on cruise ships,”

said Jeff Dash, co-owner of Dash Travel. “We wanted to have something

with a wow factor and have people remember Dash Travel

and our partner Celebrity Cruises. This is a big opportunity to create

an extra buzz. Wherever his golf carts are they get a crowd,

and to have the 3D cruise replica on top of the golf cart is a game

changer for the cruise industry. This is the first mobile advertising

golf cart by any travel agency and cruise line in the world, and it’s

in Delray Beach.”

Joel and Jeff Dash planning a group trip on Celebrity Edge at Dash Travel

Jeff Dash, Joel Dash, Tara Sinclair, and Petrina Easton Going to Cruise on the Ave

The idea caught momentum when Jeff reached out to Kevin Rainey,

owner of Katcha-Ride Delray Beach, a mobile marketing company

specializing in 3D marketing displays on golf carts and offering

free rides. Kevin created the cruise ship replica after Celebrity

Cruises got involved, and now anyone can get a ride on the new

Celebrity Cruise Edge cart.

“This is the first advertising vehicle to have a cruise ship on the

roof. It’s going to be a big hit on the streets of Delray Beach. It

was a great experience working with Dash Travel and Celebrity

Cruises. I’m looking forward to a long working relationship with

them,” said Rainey.

Since 1959 Dash Travel has been creating unique travel experiences

for their clients. Joel Dash first opened the travel company

on 42nd Street in New York, and later had branches in Mt. Vernon,

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The original Dash Travel mobile marketing vehicle. Joel’s double decker bus

Yonkers and White Plains in Westchester County before relocating

to Delray Beach.

“My dad was at the forefront of print and cable TV marketing.

He acquired a 1951 British double decker bus in New

York, and was the originator of the first mobile marketing vehicle

showcasing the travel business. I grew up in the travel

business and have been able to travel the world,” said Jeff.

His father Joel Dash caught the travel bug at a young age.

After graduating from Ohio State, he traveled across Europe

for three months with family. His travel experiences sparked

his passion to open the company.

“Ask me! I’ve been there,” says Joel. Seven continents, including

Antarctica for the millennium, 109 countries, 50 states,

and 150+ Cruise Ships.

Dash Travel offers a one-of-a kind travel booking experience.

The local business specializes in custom travel arrangements:

river cruises, expedition and luxury cruises, and skip

the line private tours. Other specialties are honeymoons, destination

weddings, family reunions, and singles. The DASH

TRAVEL 4 CHARITY program gives back 25 percent of profits

to any registered 501C3 organization. Since launching the

program last year, over 150 nonprofits are participating. Most

important, Dash offers 24/7 service.

“We create memories and experiences that are priceless.

We help our clients before, during and after their journey and

give them peace of mind by customizing personalized experiences

for each traveler,” said Jeff. “There is so much clutter on

the Internet. We make your dollars travel further.” The Internet

is for looking. Dash is for booking.

The local family owned small business prides themselves

on seamless, hassle free travel. In addition to hailing the cart

to travel on Atlantic Avenue, on request it will also take you

to the Dash office in Pineapple Grove. “Our goal is to keep it

cruising the Ave for years to come. It will definitely be the talk

of the town,” said Jeff.

Dash Travel

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Delray Beach, FL 33444

561-498-8439 | aUGUST 2018 | 59

Changing Faces Makeup

Now Offering

Massage Therapy

By nicol jenkins | Photos by melissa korman

Rhonda Vacanti, FAAM and Zachary Vacanti, LMT,

getting ready for chair massage

Changing Faces Makeup is well known for

providing the best in quality permanent

makeup and is now expanding offering more

therapeutic and spa services for their clients.

The Delray Beach business now offers Massage Therapy services

to help their clients unwind and feel better after a long

day’s work. The massage can also have many therapeutic

and health benefits.

“With so many people on their laptops, phones and social media

all day, they are complaining of neck and back pain. Many of our massages

concentrate on the neck and back. They offer more therapeutic

value than meets the eye including good muscle relaxation, helping

with relaxing the mind and the circulatory system,” said Zachary Vacanti,

LMT, Lead Massage Therapist at Changing Faces Makeup.

Rhonda, an expert Permanent Makeup Artist and a licensed

skin care specialist, has an experienced team of licensed aestheticians

and massage therapists. Her son Zachary Vacanti, LMT, is

also an accomplished Jazz Saxophonist and specializes in a variety

of massage modalities including Deep Tissue, Sports Massage,

Swedish Massage, Warm Bamboo, Aromatherapy, Relaxation and

Hydration Body Wraps.

When looking for Microblading or Permanent Makeup, it’s important

to use a licensed artist. Changing Faces Makeup is a licensed

facility through the Palm Beach County Health Department,

is state certified and all the artists are active members of the American

Academy of Micropigmentation.

The facility is state-of-the-art and the procedures are 100% disposable.

They offer complimentary consultations for their clients to

Licensed Microblading Specialist at CFM Sabrina

Rachel, Sabrina, Rhonda, Zachary, Jeannette and Gina our “Beauty Team”

be educated on all their services. Their services include: Microblading/

Permanent Makeup, Microneedling, Hair Stroke Eyebrows, Scar

Revision, Advanced Skin Care Facials, Anti-aging Peels, Professional

Brow Waxing, Lash and Brow Tinting, Dermaplaning, Event Makeup,

Massage Therapy, Hydration Body Wraps and much more.

With no discomfort, no downtime, and instant results, Dermaplaning

is a favorite with movie stars because you are always red

carpet ready! Microneedling is the process of using a group of tiny

medical grade needles to create tiny pricks (injuries) in the skin.

The process causes the skin to promote collagen to heal the tiny microscopic

wounds. The collagen process is stimulated for ongoing

youthful tightening and brightening. Changing Faces Makeup also

specializes in brow shaping, tinting, and eyelash extensions-- they

offer the classic volume and mega volume! Clients can shop for all

natural skin care products in their retail section, including their

own CFM Skin Care line.

The team at Changing Faces Makeup can customize each treatment

to meet their client’s needs.

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Jeannette our Brow

and Master Eyelash

Extension Artist

“We are a specialty office for Microblading and Permanent

Makeup. Our passion to help women look fabulous is paramount

in our practice. We have built our reputation on hard

work and perseverance and pride ourselves in the expertise of

all our procedures.”

Continuing education is at the core of the business. Vacanti is

the US Ambassador for the American Academy of Micropigmentation,

and Founder of “Techs helping Techs,” a group of women

paying it forward to empower other women in the industry.

“The field of permanent makeup is constantly evolving.

There are a lot of people who take the fast track and only take

two days of training. It’s important to seek out licensed and

experienced technicians. People should really do their homework

before committing to an artist. This is a serious art;

people need to see a license when they walk in and consistent

before and after pictures along with field work,” said Vacanti.

Changing Faces Makeup focuses on helping clients look

their absolute best, in fact fabulous.

“I love this place. Very professional. Love my eyebrows. Life

changing,” said one happy client. “This place is amazing and I

love how comfortable they made me feel. Can’t wait to get my

brows done,” added another client. “Loved the facial with Jeanette

and the massage with Zachary was very relaxing. Please

tell them thank you,” said a client.

Read their 5 Star reviews on Facebook. Changing Faces is

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Beautiful Makeup by Rachel at CFM | aUGUST 2018 | 61

the sundy house

Holiday Parties Reign Supreme

At The Sundy House

By diane feen

It may seem quite tranquil in Delray Beach during

the lazy months of summer, but there is brisk

movement in some of the city’s most glorious places.

The Sundy House is perhaps one of the most glorious.

Surrounded by an acre of lush tropical trees, waterfalls

and Southern style gazebos, The Sundy House is a divine

space to celebrate a special occasion.

Though the summer months are when wedding bells and romance

ring in the air, it is also the perfect time to plan a holiday party.

“Now is the time to think about having a holiday party, a postholiday

event or a festive holiday event. We have all level packages

and different rooms to meet your needs. Reserve now – don’t wait,”

said Sundy House events manager Tom Rasmussen.

Situated a few blocks South of Atlantic Avenue, the Sundy House

is one of Delray’s most crowning glories. Built in 1902 by the first

mayor of Delray, this Victorian House still has its original charm

and inclusive sunny heritage. You will feel like you’re in a Southern

plantation with all its splendor.

Little has changed about this historic landmark, except perhaps

the proliferation of 5000 plants and trees from all over the world.

They not only fan you from reality but will leave you breathlessly

blissful. Being immersed in Mother Nature’s purest form is about

as uplifting as one can get. That’s why over 70 weddings are held

there each year – and many more proposals.

There are five different venues on the property for your holiday

event. Each one has its own charm and unique assets (like people)

and seats a different number of people.

The largest room – that can accommodate 120 - is the Mediterranean

Room. This indoor-outdoor room is serenaded by large

sliding glass doors that can be opened to reveal the delightful countenance

of this properties most luscious assets. There are crystal

chandeliers, ceiling fans and a front row seat to gaze at ponds, tropical

foliage and delightful surroundings. It’s old Florida in its most

splendid form.

“We are not a typical party venue or hotel. You’re not getting just

four white walls; what sets us apart from other venues is our old

world Southern charm and unique tropical gardens. The lighting at

night is also spectacular,” said Rasmussen.

You bet it is. If you’ve experienced this idyllic setting at night you

can’t adequately describe its magical charm. The lighting and tropical

setting make it feel like Shangri-La.

The Star Bar is charming yet designed for a smaller crowd. It

can accommodate 40 guests and has an outdoor patio nestled in

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their magic garden. There are crystal chandeliers, blue and

white painted celestial ceiling, Grecian style columns and a

view of the trees and outdoor majestic lighting.

The Fresco Room seats 40 to 45 people and has a beautiful

view of the gardens and ponds. The intimate room has large

windows that can be opened upon request, making it an indooroutdoor

space as well. The high wood cathedral ceiling, ethereal

painted walls and wood accents make it a breath of fresh air for

any holiday celebration.

The Lobby Lounge is also available – which is the original living

room of the Sundy family. This room is insular and intimate

with deep blue walls and historic Victorian charm. Tables can

be added to accommodate 25 for a sit-down dinner or 40 to 45

people without tables.

Sundy House staff can arrange different seating areas to fit

your specific needs. They also have assorted packages with an

in-house Executive Chef to prepare luscious cuisine for your

guests. There are entrees, appetizers, drinks and desserts fit for

royalty. How does Crispy Eggplant with Goat Cheese, Roasted

Pepper and Plum Tomato Jam sound for an appetizer? Or 5 Spice

Braised Short Rib Steam Cakes with Asian Slaw, or Wild Mushroom

and Burrata Bruschetta with Shrimp Cocktail Shooters.

Entrees are equally as entrancing. Choose from Duck Breast

with Maple Sweet Potato Puree, Braised Greens and Orange Currant

Glaze, Cedar Plank Salmon with a Honey Bourbon Glaze and

Zucchini Cake or Braised Beef Short Ribs with whipped Potato

Puree and Roasted Root Vegetables in a Braising Jus.

Warm Apple Tart with Salted Caramel and Cinnamon Ice

Cream or White and Dark Chocolate Mousse Cake, Chocolate Ganache

with a Black Cherry Sauce are just a few of their desserts.

What’s a party without music? You can use their in-house

musicians or bring in your own music or DJ. There are packages

for hors d’oeuvres, a Raw Bar, International Cheeses and

other culinary fetes.

A holiday party is an important part of life’s more poignant moments.

And, The Sundy House is a mile marker for the most splendid

atmosphere in the country. The charm, the history and the

lush gardens make it a keepsake for memories and milestones.

“Now is the time to think about a holiday party with us. We

await your call,” adds Rasmussen.


106 S. Swinton Avenue

Delray Beach, Florida 33444

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The Search for Great

Dining in Delray Is Over

by linda brown

Downtown Delray Beach has become a fun, friendly, and

one-of-a-kind oceanfront destination. The walkability, range

of offerings, and proximity to a world-class beach make

Delray Beach a favorite resort town, and one of the only

“downtowns” in the United States with an adjacent beach.

This trendy arts community is home to so many outdoor festivals,

events, and entertainment venues, that it’s no wonder almost two

million people each year visit its two miles of public beachfront.

Visitors and locals alike can shop or soak up the sun in the daytime and

enjoy vibrant, lively nightlife in the evenings. But if catching some of the

most delicious seafood at the peak of freshness is on your to-do list, head

for the Atlantic Grille.

Located in the luxurious Seagate Hotel on Delray Beach’s famed Atlantic

Avenue, the restaurant is surrounded by charming boutiques, galleries,

and lounges. Just steps from the ocean, this eclectic eatery perfectly

captures the unique flavor of Delray Beach, with both its delightful décor

and inventive cuisine.

The restaurant houses a 450-gallon aquarium full of tranquil moon

jellyfish, in addition to a twenty foot wide by four foot high 2,500-gallon

shark tank with a variety of sharks, including blacktip sharks, a Japanese

leopard shark, and several horn sharks.

The eclectic bill of fare and dining options match the décor. From meeting

friends for handcrafted cocktails to grabbing some light fare such as

salads and sandwiches, there’s no better place to absorb the local scene

than Jelly’s Bar and fire-pit lounge. Enjoy great people watching and dining

alfresco amidst calming ocean breezes.

Dinner in the main dining room features seafood, steaks, pasta, and

salads, all prepared with imaginative skill and flawless technique. But, if

brunch is your favorite meal, The Atlantic Grille has Delray’s best brunch,

by far. From the tropical pancakes with orange, pineapple, kiwi, mango,

and coconut compote, to the Benedict trio, with beef tenderloin Benedict

with béarnaise sauce, crab cake Benedict with red pepper sauce, and lobster

Benedict with sauce choron, the extensive weekend brunch menu is

sure to become the highlight of a great beach weekend.

Bold flavors, the freshest ingredients, and weekly menu changes make

every meal at the Atlantic Grille an original culinary experience.

Along with great food and aquatic atmosphere, add some great live entertainment

and you’ll have a dining experience that’s unmatched.

For live music lovers, the restaurant features Doo Wop Tuesdays, and

Wednesdays through Saturdays, you can catch a performance by singer,

piano player, and local favorite, Orson Whitfield. On Thursdays, Orson

teams up with The Atlantic Blues Band for an unforgettable Blues Night.

On Sundays, enjoy a tribute to Ol’ Blue Eyes at Sinatra Night. There is

indeed something for everyone.

This summer season, once again, the restaurant is offering a prix fixe

menu, available Sundays through Thursdays until September 30. The acclaimed

menu includes three courses with a complimentary bottle of wine

for only $38 per person. For the lucky locals who call Delray Beach home,

this is an absolute must for their summer guests.

For events and private parties, there are two private dining spaces inside

the Atlantic Grille. The glass-encased Wine Room features a 12-foot

stone table with seating for 18 and custom-designed, hand-blown glass

chandeliers, making it the ideal venue for rehearsal dinners, birthdays,

anniversaries, business meetings, holiday parties, and family and social

gatherings. The smaller private dining room seats parties of 10, perfect for

intimate or business dining experiences. Both rooms can be reserved.

Whether relaxing on the front patio, enjoying gracious fine dining in the

main dining room, sipping delicious drinks at the lively bar, or holding a

private party in one of the smaller rooms, guests will find that the Atlantic

Grille has a touch of casual sophistication that feels right at home in

Delray Beach’s historic, vibrant downtown. Make a reservation by calling

561-693-3499, on OpenTable, or visiting online at

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Looking for something hot this summer, besides

you? The hot summer hotel deals going on in Delray

Beach provide an opportunity to take a staycation in

one of your favorite spots for a lot less money.


There are special Florida Resident rates, big discounts, free

nights, spa deals and more. Visit

summer/ for a complete list and links to all the Delray Beach

summer hotel deals. While in town check out all the cool things going

on to keep you entertained this August.

If it’s too hot, get in the kitchen; well the restaurant anyway. August

is host to Dine Out Downtown Delray Restaurant Week from

Aug 1st – 7th. It’s a great chance to dine out at one of your favorite

downtown restaurants or try a new one. The 2018 restaurant

week will feature special multi-course prix fixe lunch and dinner

menus and other culinary experiences including wine and beer

tasting/food pairing dinners, juicing/nutrition classes, cocktails

and cooking classes and more. Don’t miss the special prices and

unique events offered all week.


If nature is your thing but the afternoon sun is a little too harsh

this time of year, then grab the kids and head over to the Sandoway

Discovery Center on A1A close to Atlantic Ave. There you can touch

sea urchins, sea stars, horseshoe crabs, stingrays and sea cucumbers;

or learn about sharks, stingrays and alligators while watching

them eat, all in the shade. To check out their feeding schedule

go to It’s also the time of year to witness giant sea

turtles lay their eggs on the beach after dark. It’s amazing to see,

and unique to this area.

Delray is gradually becoming known for its colorfully painted walls

and art walks, but summer is a great time for art fans to duck inside

to get their cultural fill, and no better place than the new Arts Warehouse.

It is an arts incubator, studio and gallery all in one. And this

August 3rd and 4th they are showcasing the Warehouse Market. It’s

a popup indoor market featuring makers and creative, light bites and

music. They also have a delicious food truck parked outside the 3rd

Thursday of each month with tables in the gallery to eat. For more

information go to

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Preparations For a

Successful School Year

First Day of School is Monday, August 13

It’s almost back to the books and homework

for Delray Beach students, and there’s no

better way to start the year off right than to

plan ahead for the first day back.

By nicol jenkins

Set your alarm clocks… The first day of school for Palm Beach

County and Delray Beach students is Monday, August 13.

While students are looking forward to seeing their friends

and classmates, they might be nervous about starting back in a new

classroom with a different teacher or at a new school. Parents can

help ease the back to school jitters and the transition from summer

to another school year by using these helpful tips.

Get familiar with the school. If your child is attending a new

school, visit the campus a few weeks before school begins. Walk

around the hallways, classrooms, cafeteria and school office so your

child will know how to navigate their way around their new school.

Make a doctor appointment for your children before they head

back to the classroom. Students must be healthy before they get

back to school so they are ready to learn. State law also requires

all Florida students to have their immunization records showing

their vaccination history. In addition, parents enrolling their children

for the first time in any Palm Beach County school must provide

a Florida Certification of Immunization (DH 680 form). The

Florida Department of Health in Palm Beach County has a full list of

immunization requirements and its immunization van schedule at

Start early in all areas of back to school from bedtime to mealtime

and homework time. Tuck your child into bed earlier. Start

back with earlier bedtime hours a few weeks before school starts

so they can get adjusted to the new schedule. Also, start the healthy

breakfast routine now so they won’t be craving junk food. Establishing

schedules for homework, dinnertime, TV and sports times

also helps. Arranging play times for your child and their classmates

to meet before the start of school will help them get excited to go

back with their friends.

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Back to school safety

is the first priority.

Children should know

who to contact in case

of an emergency and the

best contact telephone number.

Students should also be aware of traffic

safety if walking or taking a bus to school.

Find out the bus times and routes, know the bike

and walking paths or chart out your carpooling plans

ahead of time. Bullying is also an important conversation

to have with your children. They should know

how to report bullying instances, and be aware

that it is okay to talk about what happened if they

were bullied or witnessed bullying.

Check your Back to School shopping lists.

The earlier you shop, the better the deals on

school supplies and clothing. But make

sure you check the list first before buying

supplies because some teachers require

specific supplies. Also, be aware of the

school’s dress code and what your child

can and cannot wear during the school year.

Now is the time to check with your school on

any changes to their policies, as well as to find their

suggested donation list for school supplies.

An apple a day keeps the doctor away. School meals are

also an important preparation for the school year. If you are

packing your child’s lunch, be sure to include healthy meal

items and mix it up during the week so they don’t get bored

eating the same food over and over. If your children are eating

at the school cafeteria, be sure to put aside enough lunch money

and encourage choosing healthier meal choices. You

can find the Palm Beach County Public Schools

lunch menu on their website at

When your child

gets home from school, make them some healthy

snacks and be sure to prepare some hearty meals

for dinnertime!

The planning doesn’t stop during the school

day. After care or after school activities are also an

important part of the preparation process. Make

sure to know the dates and times for after school

sporting practices, games or after school club meetings

so you can arrange pick-up or carpooling. If you

need to utilize after care programs, some local schools offer

this service at the schools, while others do not have the programs

or space. Check with your child’s school for more information

on after care programs, sports or club activities.

Check your child’s school website as a resource. It is filled

with important dates, phone numbers and event information.

Many times, the school’s website will be updated and announce

school activities, half days and other important information for

students and parents.

Encourage your child to do their best and enjoy a successful

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Christina Nicodemou

I always felt

I was on a

mission to

help and

uplift others.

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egulars | city people

by diane feen | Photo by melissa korman

A Breath Of Fresh Air

Christina Nicodemou is living her dream. The new Director of

the Delray Beach Children’s Garden is emotionally, spiritually

and physically connected to the earth and all its goodness.

This 39-year-old woman is a natural at connecting with people,

places and things of beauty. But beauty to Nicodemou is ethereal and


She sees beauty in all people and in helping others and making the

world a better place.

So far, she is doing an amazing job of stewardship for those who

cross her path.

As a student in middle and high school she protected those who

needed assistance – minorities, LGBT and others who couldn’t fend for

themselves. “At the age of eight I declared myself an activist. I refused

to eat animals and rooted for the underdog,” said the New York born

Delray resident.

Nicodemou had a sage-like wisdom at an early age. “I always felt I was

on a mission to help and uplift others. And, I always had an interest in

human dynamics.”

It is human dynamics that set the stage for this kind gentle mother

of two. She started a garden design company with her father Michael

(a retired school teacher) called Garden Angels. There she was able to

combine her artistic reverie with an understanding of nature’s healing

properties. “Students were able to help redesign the school grounds into

beautiful gardenscapes. We also created a learning sanctuary through

custom perennial designs, butterfly and vegetable gardens.”

While tending to the gardens – at schools and homes - she realized that

communication is key. “The ability to connect, promote and involve the

community is what created our success,” said the self-taught grant writer

and successful business consultant.

After the garden she helped small businesses succeed in their respective

fields. Nicodemou took to business skills (writing a business plan,

creating a vision, doing PR and grant writing) like a fish takes to water.

She helped launch a boutique in Brooklyn, a spa in Miami and catapulted

a motivational speaker to the forefront of commerce.

Her skills include words that infiltrate business school curriculums

like water flowing over an infinity pool. She created visions, pulled together

winning teams, set sales goals and created harmonious work places

for clients. “It’s very satisfying to support clients and see their ultimate

goals realized.”

Until she took the position at the Children’s Garden, Nicodemou was

Director of Development for StreetWaves, a non-profit in Miami Beach

that her husband Maui Goodbeer founded. They mentor inner city kids

and teach them to swim, surf, paddleboard and sail. “I developed partnerships

with youth organizations, promoted services, created special

events, wrote grants and did fundraising.”

The list of other duties she did at StreetWaves could fill a large binder.

Not only in running or starting a business, but in understanding the full

nature of contributing to a society in need of healing from surf to sidewalk.

But it was the Delray Children’s Garden that sprung a spiritual leak

that she had been trying to locate for years. “My desire to start a children’s

garden is a life-long passion. As I became a mom I realized that

children benefit greatly by using all their senses and collaborating with

other children. I’ve always been an advocate for early childhood education

in a natural environment.”

The Delray Children’s Garden brought Nicodemou and her husband to

Delray. She was so enamored with the mission and authenticity of the

DBCG that she volunteered there for a year. While undergoing treatment

for stage 3 breast cancer she wrote a grant for the Garden. Her hard work

paid off - they received a $100,000 from Impact 100 Palm Beach County.

The funds allowed them to hire a staff and buy greatly needed supplies.

“The garden has been a saving grace and labor of love. It’s also a vortex

where nature and nurture interconnect. It was exactly what we were

looking for in a community.”

Vice versa for the DBCG.

“Christina is a strong, steady, creative visionary with all the savvy and

business skills necessary to take Delray Beach Children’s Garden to its

next level. Her passion and commitment to the project, and its mission,

ensures the garden’s bright future,” said Shelly Zacks, co-founder of DBCG.

Member Debbie Weiss concurs. “I instantly fell in love with Christina’s

magnificent personality, remarkable intelligence and all-around positivity.

I appreciate her gifts of sweet influence when working with children.”

They say timing is everything. Two months after her surgery the grant

came in furthering the founders ability to be a salve of grace and goodness

for all. “Jeannie and Shelly brought me home-made food while I was

undergoing chemo. The garden was also my support system and sacred

space for my children to play. When I was weak from treatments visiting

the garden uplifted me.”

That is precisely the reason Jeannie Fernsworth and Shelly Zacks created

the garden. In their words, its purpose is to nurture an eco-consciousness

in children through education, exploration and play in nature.

This definition does not preclude adults to volunteer or attend programs.

Life has taught Nicodemou a lot. But one thing she stresses is - ‘You

should never quit your day dream.’ “I always dreamt about working with

children and sharing garden education and my love of plants. Certain

turns took me down different paths and I am exactly where I am supposed

to be. The DBCG is leaving a legacy of environmental stewardship

with children and families in our community.”

Both the garden and Nicodemou are two of Mother Nature’s most precious

treasures. It’s the earth that connects our souls and our senses, so

it is with Nicodemou.

If you want to contribute, join them for a Charity Golf Tournament

on October 20th at the Delray Beach Golf Club. They’re looking for

sponsors, raffle prizes or donations. New science and nature workshops

will start this fall.

The DBCG is at 137 SW 2nd Avenue. | august 2018 | 71

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Belt Blings & Things $60

Shoes Delicious $110

Earrings Blings & Things $45

Dog Numi Wearing Tie by Joni Grooming Spa

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Earrings Nordstrom Rack $20

Top Express $25

Skirt Express $15

Shoes Nordstrom Rack $12

Bag Amazon $10


Dress Sugar Lips $190

Purse Dream Control $130

Necklace Blings & Things $49

Shoes Delicious $110

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come for

an hour

or an



205 ne 5th terrace, delray

voted top wellness spa 2016, ‘17 & ‘18 | august 2018 | 75

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Dress Elie Tahari $300

Earrings Saks $50

Watch David Yurman $2K

Bracelet David Yurman $1500

Shoes Yves Saint Laurent $250

Bag Goyard Honore Paris $75


Earrings Ippalita $300

Necklace Private Jewelers

Top NY DJ $90

Pants Chico’s $80

Shoes Sarto $100

Bag Rebecca Minkoff $100

Watch Michele $1K

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at Delray Beach Golf Club

2200 Highland Avenue, Delray Beach 33445

Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce


Visit us:

Contact us:

140 NE 1st Street, Delray Beach

(561) 278-0424

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Earrings Private Jewelers

Dress Vintage Lily Pulitzer $350

Shoes Havaiana’s $30

Watch Nixon $100

Bag Gucci $1400


Earrings Hy Ma Hy Pa $25

Necklace Hy Ma Hy Pa $38

Top Frank Lyman $160

Pants Clara Sun Woo $60

Shoes Ralph Lauren $59

Bag Sondra Roberts $64

Watch Macy’s $295

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top Terez $46

Leggings Liquido $84

Shoes Havaiana’s $28

Bag Sondra Roberts $180

Watch Fit Bit $200

Bracelet Chico’s $55

Necklace Bolo $255


Bodysuit Emma & Sam $88

Pants Car 1049 $216

Belt LF $110

Shoes Jeffrey Campbells $125

Necklace LF $45

Earrings LF $38

Bag Streets Ahead $265

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National Night Out

Helping to build a stronger, safer community

by taking a stand against crime & drugs.

Tuesday, August 7, 2018

6 to 10 p.m.

Old School Square

51 N. Swinton Avenue

Delray Beach, FL 33444












dining | restaurant review

By diane feen | Photos by melisSa korman

My Organic Juice


Eat, Drink And Enjoy While

Maintaining Your Health

If food is fuel, then Purgreens has

the stuff that makes Maserati’s zoom

ahead of the average road warrior.

Like an automobile, the body is finely tuned to want food that

is healthy and pure and hopefully locally grown.

That is the reason Purgreens - inside the Purlife umbrella –

has risen to meet this challenge. What started out as a small investment

for its gym members has turned into a restaurant and juice

delivery company that caters to the best in us all. As the sages say,

if you don’t have your health, you have nothing.

Which is true. That’s why food prepared the way Mother Nature

planned it is undoubtably healthier for everyone. If you don’t believe

it then try eating a clean, healthy pure diet of organic foods that are

fresh and locally grown. You will feel the difference immediately.

The folks at Purgreens know that, which is why they unveiled a

catering menu with items such as a Quinoa Earth Bowl, Cranberry

Walnut Chickpea Salad, Marinated Shrimp and Mango Wrap, Soups,

Salad Bowls and more. Sure, you can go for packaged or premade

foods that look pretty on a plate, but those are very often the very

foods that make you feel bloated and sluggish.

Purgreens is so sure of that fact that they recently acquired a juice

delivery company, called “My Organic Juice.” The Juice comes in glass

bottles and tastes better than most juices on the market. We call

them the superstars of juice. They are organic, cold-pressed, raw, unpasteurized,

made fresh every day and locally sourced. The best part

is they are vegetable based with only 10 to 20 percent fruit.

“We’ve added a full line of cold pressed 100% organic juice for

82 | august 2018 |

Marinated Shrimp & Mango Wrap

Kale Chicken sweet potato salad & Mango bango smoothie

our customers and provide consistent offerings that are at least

95% local and organic. We challenge our team to create an experience

rather than an event and are committed to developing and

evolving with the purpose of improving our community’s quality of

life,” said Danielle Monroy, COO of Purgreens.

In addition to being sold in all Purgreens locations, My Organic

Juice offers 38 different raw organic juices, several cleanse packages

and an assortment of juice shots such as Triple Detox and

Pro E3 Live. If you order by 3pm the juice will be delivered to your

doorstep by sunrise the next morning.

That’s not all, My Organic Juice is also offering a variety of organic

soups such as Vegetable Bone Broth, Superfood Carrot Ginger

and Gazpacho. Orders can be place online at www.myorganicjuice.

com or by calling 561-403-1700.

As a way to ensure that entire families eat healthy, Purgreens now

offers Family-Meals-To- Go. Just call two hours in advance and the

meals (for four) will be freshly prepared and ready to be picked up.

Currently there are two choices of family meals-to-go Baked

Falafel and Mediterranean Chicken Family Dinners. The Mediterranean

meal includes four chicken breasts, quinoa or wild rice, a

Greek salad and pita with hummus.

“We began offering the family meals to provide a healthy, readyto-eat

dinner solution. We believe it eases the minds of parents to

be able to pick up an organic, freshly made dinner for their family

instead of settling for fast food or take out,” said Joseph Centorrino,

Director of Operations for Purgreens Growth Partners.

They also have a Kids Meal Menu. Put aside fast food and order

fresh organic sustainable meals for your children. There are Chicken

Salad Roll Ups with wild rice, quinoa or fruit cup and two vegan

chocolate protein balls. They also have Grilled Chicken Fingers or a

choice of any three salad bar ingredients.

If you have the time – and are up for a great healthy organic meal

- come and experience the Purgreens Restaurant (either inside or

outdoors). The vibe is laid back, the service is excellent, and the

food is tasty and healthy. The Quinoa Earth Bowl is nirvana made

with Quinoa+farro, Arugula, Tomatoes, Corn, Chickpeas, Broccoli,

White Cheddar, Roasted Chicken with a Pesto Vinaigrette.

Want something wrapped up in culinary pleasure? Try the Marinated

Shrimp and Mango Wrap. This tasty wrap has marinated

Shrimp, carrots, zucchini, black beans, mango and cabbage with avocado

carrot Chili Dressing. If you’re gluten-free they’ll wrap it with

Collard Green leaves. “Wow! I really enjoyed my shrimp and mango

wrap that was gluten free was constructed with a hefty Collared

Green Leaf instead of was full of flavor and texture!” said

Mural Artist Sharon Koskoff.

There is also a selection of Signature Salads such as Kale Chicken

Sweet Potato (with raw sliced almonds and goat cheese in Champagne

Vinaigrette dressing), Quinoa Caesar, Black Bean Taco and more.

Their Smoothies and Protein Shakes are also a cut above with

a soothing property that tends to the soul and stomach. The Pur

Recovery and Pur Protein are our favorites. Both are made with organic

Almond Milk, Raw Oats and peanut butter and are dressed

up with the ingredient of their namesake. The results are stunning.

So are the Acai Bowls that range from Strawberry Banana to the

Dragon Bowl with Pitaya, Kiwi and strawberry, chia seeds, coconut

shreds and goji berries (there are six in all).

Eating at Purgreens is like lifting weights for your inner being.

You will feel delightfully satiated. The food is light, yet hearty, flavorful

but not overpowering. And each addresses a need for your

body that you may not know existed.

“Purgreens, is one of the only fully sustainable restaurant in

Delray to offer 100% Organic, Non-GMO food. We have our very

own grow towers and make sure our community participates every

step of the way. Our focus is on serving healthy, flavorful food

in a hip, trendy environment quickly and efficiently so you can get

back to your day.”



45 NE 2nd Avenue

Delray Beach



561-826-4577 in the Mark Building | august 2018 | 83

dining | recipe



August is National Peach Month! So to honor

our favorite fuzzy fruit, this month we are

featuring recipes with - you guessed it - PEACHES!!!

Peach, Mozzarella

and Basil Salad

Photo by Emily Adamson


3 ripe peaches (peeled, if desired)

1 cup fresh basil leaves, torn

8 ounces fresh mozzarella, cut into 1-inch chunks

2 teaspoons extra-virgin olive oil

1/4 teaspoon kosher salt

1/8 teaspoon black pepper


Cut each peach into 6 to 8 wedges, then cut each

wedge in half crosswise.

In a large bowl, combine the peaches, basil, and

mozzarella. Drizzle with the oil, sprinkle with the

salt and pepper, and toss. (You can cover and refrigerate

the salad for up to several hours.) Serve

cold or at room temperature. Serves 4.

Roasted Peach and

Shrimp Salad

Photo by Mikkel Vang


5 tablespoons olive oil

1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon honey

1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes

kosher salt and black pepper

4 firm but ripe yellow peaches, cut into eighths

2 large sprigs fresh rosemary, broken into pieces

20 large shrimp, peeled and deveined, tails on

4 medium Belgian endives (preferably 2 red and

2 green)

3 tablespoons crème fraîche or equal parts sour

cream and heavy cream

1 teaspoon coarse-grain mustard

1 tablespoon white wine vinegar

2 tablespoons milk

1 tablespoon corn oil


Heat oven to 500° F. Line a baking sheet with 2

layers of foil. In a small bowl, combine the olive

oil, 1 tablespoon of the honey, red pepper flakes,

and salt and pepper to taste.

Brush the peaches with the honey mixture and

place them on the foil, cut-side down. Scatter the

rosemary over them. Roast for 15 minutes, turning

once. Transfer the peaches and top layer of

foil to a counter to cool. Slip off the peach skins,

if desired.

Brush the shrimp with the remaining honey mixture,

place on the bottom layer of foil, and roast

for 8 minutes.

Meanwhile, slice each endive crosswise into

¾-inch-thick strips. Place the peaches and endives

in a large bowl.

In a medium bowl, combine the crème fraîche,

mustard, vinegar, milk, the remaining 1 teaspoon

of honey, and salt and pepper to taste. Whisk in

the corn oil. Drizzle ¾ of the dressing over the

peaches and endives; toss.

Divide the salad among 4 plates, top with the

shrimp, and drizzle with the remaining dressing.

Fresh Peach Bellinis


2 ripe peaches, seeded and diced

1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lemon juice

1 teaspoon sugar

1 bottle chilled prosecco sparkling wine


Place the peaches, lemon juice, and sugar in the

bowl of a food processor fitted with a steel blade

and process until smooth. Press the mixture

through a sieve and discard the peach solids in

the sieve. Place 2 tablespoons of the peach puree

into each Champagne glass and fill with cold

prosecco. Serve immediately.

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dining | guide

We at Atlantic Ave Magazine try to keep our Dining Guide

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

is no longer there then please e-mail lisa@atlanticavemagazine.

com and it will be removed for the following month. Your help in

keeping our Dining Guide up-to-date is very much appreciated.



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


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


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

Sundy House –

Historic Restaurant

106 S Swinton Ave, DB


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, 561-450-7557

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


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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


Taverna Trela

Greek, Seafood, Sushi

4801 Linton Blvd,

Suite 5B-8B, DB


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

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Il Girasole

1911 S Federal Hwy, DB,


Cabana El Ray

105 E Atlantic Ave, DB


N2 Winebar

104 NE 2nd Ave

The Hyatt Place


Big Al’s Steaks

450 E Atlantic Ave, DB



301 W Atlantic Ave, DB


Brewzzi Glades Plaza

2222 Glades Rd. Boca

561-392-BREW (2739)

Luigi’s Coal Oven Pizza

307 E. Atlantic Ave, DB,


CHE!!! Restaurant

900 E. Atlantic Ave,

On the Intracoastal

DB, 561-562-5111

O’Connors Irish Pub

210 NE 2nd Ave, DB


Brighton Beach Bagel &


14587 S. Military trail

DB, 561-270-3771

Tea-Licious Tearoom

4997 B, W Atalantic Ave,

DB. 561-638-5155

Cheesecake Factory

5530 Glades Road.

Boca 561-393-0344

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


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


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


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



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


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

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

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Miller’s Ale House

1200 Yamato Road.

Boca 561-998-9142

Sweet Tomatoes

7110 Beracasa Way,


P.F Chang’s

1400 Glades Rd. Boca


Mississippi Sweets BBQ

2399 N Federal Hwy.

Boca 561-394-6779

The Capital Grille

6000 Glades Road,

Boca 561-368-1077

Pei Wei Asian Diner

7152-B Beracasa Way,


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


The Grille on Congress

5101 Congress Av. Boca


Yogurt Rendezvous*

*(ORB Kosher) 7150

Beracasa Way, Boca




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

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.Boca-


Brio Tuscan Grille

5050 Town Center Circle.

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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)

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

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


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

90 | August 2018 |

misc | ask the petxpert

BY Bill Piechocki and Dr. Diane Sudduth, DVM

How Do I Keep My Pet’s

Eyes And Ears Healthy?

Is your dog or cat plagued with chronic eye or ear problems?

Runny, tear stained eyes, smelly, dirty ears and the scratching

and itching that is associated with these problems create discomfort

for our pets and you the pet parent. Many have told me that

their pet keeps them up half the night because of their scratching.

A typical solution to the problem is a trip to the veterinarian

for a costly assessment and then the prescribed medication. Next

comes your concern for the cause because of the symptoms reoccurring

on a regular cycle. You are usually told that certain breeds

are prone to these conditions, so treatment will be necessary on a

regular basis. Is this the true cause?

Let’s look at the details of the breeds being prone to ear problems.

Some pets, because of breeding for a certain look can be more

likely to harbor problems. Breeds with long floppy ears appear to

be more prone, but is the ear itself the problem and does it contribute

to it? We treat the problem externally because pathogens are

getting into the ears and are growing, causing the infection to occur.

If this were true, then breeds with upright ears would be more

likely to have this issue. With our floppy eared breeds, the ear canal

is actually protected by the ear. Hence, the issues are not the ears

themselves. Their bodies are truly designed to be healthy.

All living creatures’ bodies are designed to cleanse themselves of

toxins and bad pathogens. This is done through the digestive tract

and through the various filters such as the liver and kidneys which

deposit them into the urine and feces for elimination. A third filtration

system called the lymphatic system consists of thousands of local

filters that excrete the toxins locally. Some are removed through

the skin, some through mucous which usually exits through the

mouth, the nose, the eyes and the ears. Many of these toxins come

from processed commercial foods and synthetics.

While we need to clean this waxy, mucous debris to prevent the

growth of these pathogens, be it yeast, fungal or bacterial, we must

still look at the root cause. This is true in both the waxy debris in

the ear and the staining runny eyes. The head is overloaded with

lymph nodes to filter toxins away from the brain. The nature of the

body is to keep the heart healthy so it does not die. It moves these

toxins, via blood and lymphatic fluid to the extremities, hands, feet

and the head. In the case of our four-legged friends, it is their paws,

tail and head. When this mucosa exits into the ears or out the eyes,

the pathogens start thriving.

The solution to keeping our pets healthy to ease the assault on

the immune system is to prevent the toxins and to continuously

detoxify and eliminate them in a natural way. A species appropriate

diet is critical. Avoiding any synthetic ingredients and drugs is critical

as well. In nature, these solutions happen naturally. All animals

in nature normally eat what they are designed to eat and unless

we interfere with our chemicals, they can remain healthy without

medication. Your pet can achieve that with your guidance.

Bill Piechocki, nutritionist and Dr. Diane Sudduth, DVM are partners in Fiesta

Pet Deli in Pompano Beach, FL, and co-hosts of the

radio show. Our 40 years in the animal field has provided us unparalleled

vision and information which we pass to our clients daily. We can be reached

at or 800-940-7387. Call us for a free consultation

or stop by Fiesta Pet Deli, we would be more than happy to help.


these pets are available for adoption

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Adoption fees $110 and up.

92 | August 2018 |

misc | pet spotlight

pet pix

This is Buddy, a Labrador retriever,

Delray Beach

Time to take the kitties to the vet.

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