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8 From the Editor

74 City People

Ted Hoskinson


10 In The News

22 Delray Under $50

24 Happenings


28 On The Ave

32 In The Pineapple Grove Arts District


36 Gotta Know

38 Gotta See

40 Gotta Hear

42 Gotta Read

44 Concerts

46 Concert Review

Peter Frampton


48 Pain Relief

The Road to Recovery

50 Dermatology

Fall In Love With The Skin You’re In

52 Body Beautiful

Trick or Treat?


54 Delray Dermatology + Cosmetic Center

Cheers To Two Years!

56 Heavensent Home Healthcare

Heavenly Help At Home

58 Visitor Information Center

Visitors Welcome

60 Siperstein Dermatology Group

A Culture Of Positivity

62 Bob Garfield

Local Realtor Continues To Grow

His Business

64 Smoke Inn Delray

Home Away From Home

66 Changing Faces Makeup

Microblading Is Permanent Makeup

68 The Seagate Hotel & Spa

Escape to Serenity, Bliss, and

Pure Relaxation

72 Halloween

The History Of Halloween


76 What RU Wearing ®


88 Restaurant Review

Il Contadino Ristorante

Homemade Food That Delights The Senses

90 Recipe

Spooky Recipes For Halloween


94 Guide


100 PetXpert

How Do I Choose the Best

Possible Food for My Pet?

101 Pet Spotlight


103 Brain Teasers

Crossword Puzzle, Sudoko And Enigma

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David Mizen


Yvette Roulette

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Hello October!

There are so many things I absolutely love about this

month! It’s my second favorite month of the year...

It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month - a cause near and

dear to me that is represented by my favorite color PINK!

And of course...HALLOWEEN!!! My favorite holiday.

Halloween is the one day a year you can be anyone or anything you

want! How amazing is that?

Delray Beach has many fun ways to celebrate this pagan holiday

for children and adults. Did you know the Delray Beach Halloween

Parade has been happening for 57 years! It’s a great way to test drive

those costumes and Trick - or - Treat the kids from the inter-coastal

to Kidfest at the Tennis Center! Also, there is the increasingly popular

Witches of Delray Ride - the 8th annual dress as a witch, decorate

your bike, and ride for charity! Read about these and other Halloween

events all throughout this issue and, about the history of Halloween.

Last month Hurricane Dorian devastated our eastern seaboard and

our near and dear neighbors, the Bahamas. We were very lucky to be

spared this time. But there was nowhere to run from this Category

5 storm that battered the Bahama islands for several days. Consider

donating time and supplies to organizations that are helping victims –

let’s be kind to one another.

Here’s a scary fact…

There are 85 shopping days before December 24! Eeeeeek!!!!

Say Boo and Scary On!


are real,

and ghosts

are real too.

They live

inside us, and


they win

— Stephen King


Yvette roulette, editor

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Delray Elks Support

Female Vets –

New Non-Profit

Elks Members Carol and Jim Eaton (back row)

Future Elks Members Renette VerHAeghe

President, and eLIDA Barros Executive Director

Delray Elks Lodge 1770 recently participated

in a fundraiser for Operation120.

Operation120 is making a difference

in the lives of the at-risk and

homeless female veterans on their return

to Palm Beach County. The Elks donated

$500, and 20% from every purchase at

the restaurant went to Operation120.

Picnic in the Park

Fundraiser Comes

to Delray Beach

Delray Beach’s Old School Square will

be the site of Picnic in the Park, a

fundraising event where clubs, organizations,

businesses, families and friends

can host a picnic on a 12-by-12-foot

square. Making its debut on October

20th from 3-5pm, Picnic in the Park is

produced by Living Hungry in partnership

with the Delray Beach Homeless

Task Force and will raise money to feed

homeless students in Delray Beach. For

$250, each group gets a spot on the Old

School Square lawn to host a picnic for

up to 12 people. Groups are encouraged

to choose an international theme, create

a cuisine and wear costumes in keeping

with the theme. Groups can bring

tables, chairs, blankets and tents to their

spot. They’re also encouraged to bring

themed decorations, picnic baskets

and even musical instruments. “Every

spot feeds one homeless child for a full

school year,” Plante said. Groups will

get a chance to compete for prizes in

several categories including best overall

theme, best costume and best food. Picnic

in the Park will feature a variety of

games open to all participants. Beer and

wine will also be available for purchase.

There will also be VIP areas hosted by

restaurants which will be selling tickets

to guests. Volunteer committee members

and event day volunteers are needed.

To volunteer, contact Maura Plante,

To find out more or to reserve a picnic

spot, visit

A Nightbeer Before


Delray Beach Craft Beer Fest presents

its first fall beer event, A Nightbeer

before Christmas – A classic beer garden

with a spooky twist. Visitors can enjoy fall

brews while watching a showing of Tim

Burton’s classic movie, A Nightmare before


On Saturday, October 26 brewers from

all over will mount their broomsticks and

head to Old School Square to show off

their newest and tastiest fall brews. The

event is located at the foot of the dark 100

ft. Christmas tree and kicks off at 6pm. All

ages are welcome to enjoy this familyfriendly

event, but must be 21+ to drink.

The event boasts $5 pours with dozens

of local and national brewers. Visitors

will be able to purchase a commemorative

glass for $15 at the event with a complimentary

first pour.

This spooktacular event encourages

participants to dress in their best Halloween

costumes. Prizes for best costume


will be announced during the event. Stay

all night for the Oogie Boogie DJ, local

food vendors and cash bar.

Christmas in


On Wednesday, October 16, Holly House

invites you to celebrate their 50 years

of service to the church and the opening of

the Holiday Gift Shoppe. Festivities begin

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at 5:00pm; admission is free. Enjoy hearty

hors d’oeuvres while shopping for unique,

handmade gifts at Holly House, the building

just north of the Christian Education Center.

At 6:30pm tempting desserts will be served

in Fellowship Hall.

What is Holly House? A place that nurtures


• a building full of craft materials and

equipment located near the Christian Education


• a place for crafters to work every Tuesday

and Thursday morning, year around

• a producer of beautiful jewelry, tableware,

coastal items, wreaths and trees,

kitchen accessories and more; some recycle

shells and corks

• makes Christmas decorations and gifts

for annual Holiday Gift Shoppe

• holds a Rummage Sale every February,

distributing unsold items to local charities

• encourages year-round creativity beyond

Christmas decorations

• has contributed over $250,000 to the

church treasury since 1969

The dates for Holiday Gift Shoppe are

Tuesday October 8th from 10-12, to prepare

for 50th Anniversary. Tuesdays and

Thursdays from 10-12. Saturday, November

30th, from10-12. In December, open Saturdays

from 10-12 and Sundays after services.

Closed December 15th after services.

Join Us For Our

First Ever Patient

Appreciation Day!

Saturday October 19th from 11:00 am until

2:00 pm here at the Conde Center 401

W. Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach 33444 (back

parking lot).

We’d like to show you our appreciation

by inviting you to an afternoon of fun!

Call 561-330-6096 to RSVP for a chance

to win.

“Dunk a doc” - in the dunk tank.

Relax during a 10- minute chair massage.

Enjoy food, music and fun for all ages.

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Delray Beach Playhouse - October Shows

October 4-20, 2019 – CALENDAR GIRLS

Main STAGE Series

Friday, 8pm; Saturday, 2 & 8pm; Sunday

2pm; Wednesday (10/9 only), 8pm;

Thursday, 8pm. Tickets $35 (adults); $15

(students); $25 (groups).

October 14-23, 2019 – From Funny Lady

to “Funny Girl” – The Birth of a Classic

American Musical.

Musical Memories Series

Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday, 2 &

7:30pm; Thursday, 2pm. Tickets $35

(adults); $15 (students); $25 (groups)

October 25, 2019 – Florida’s Funniest

Comedians: Myke Herlihy and Kevin White

Free Friday

Concerts at Old

School Square

Old School Square welcomes concertgoers

of all ages to experience free live music

under the stars every Friday night from October

through January at their outdoor Pavilion.

Dozens of adventurous bands, ensembles

and soloists, will take part in the Free Friday

Night Concert Series. The 18 free concerts

include a range of music from a variety of

genres and ages.

Doors open at 6pm and all concerts start at

7:30pm. Concertgoers should bring low-back

lawn chairs and/or blankets for seating. Limited

number of chairs are available to rent for

a $5.00 fee. No outside alcoholic beverages or

coolers are permitted. Full bar and concessions

are available. For more information, visit

or call (561) 243-7922 ext. 1. For concert updates/weather-related

cancellations, follow

Old School Square Pavilion on Facebook.

Free Friday Night Concert Series Line-up:


Friday, 8pm, Tickets $20

Myke Herlihy is one of the most lovable

jerks you’ll ever meet! After spending 13

years behind bars, serving drinks not time,

Myke now takes his bartender’s sarcasm and

wit to the stage. Kevin White describes himself

as a wounded veteran of two marriages.

Raised on a strict regime of cartoons, comic

books and afternoon movie marathons, his

outlook on life and love has been described

as ‘somewhat troubled’ but totally relatable!

Delray Beach Playhouse, 950 Lake Shore

Drive, Delray Beach 33444;

Box Office at 561-272-1281.

October 4 Simply TINA - Tribute Band (Tina

Turner tribute), October 11 Remix (Top 40),

October 18 TK Blu (Soul, Motown of 60s,

70s, 80s), October 25 Chain Reaction (Journey


Contacts And



Contacts and Cocktails was hosted by Silverball

Museum. Silverball Museum is located

at 19 NE 3rd Ave, Delray Beach, FL 561-


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Music at St. Paul’s Presents

The Trillium Piano Trio

Yoko Sata Kothari

On Sunday, October 20, Music at St. Paul’s continues its 32nd

Season with a concert by the Trillium Piano Trio titled

“Beethoven’s First.” Made up of pianist Yoko Sata Kothari, violinist

Ruby Berland, and ‘cellist Susan Bergeron, the Trillium Piano

Trio will present Beethoven’s first publication, his Op.1, No.1

Piano Trio in E-flat Major.

The 3pm concert will be preceded by a pre-concert conversation

with pianist Yoko Sata Kothari. Tickets for the concert are

$20 (18 and under are FREE) and are only available at the door

on the day of the concert. For more information visit http:// or call 561-278-6003. St. Paul’s Episcopal

Church, 188 S. Swinton Ave. in Delray Beach. St. Paul’s is

handicapped accessible.

Delray Beach Playhouse

Launches Its First Playhouse

Playwrights’ Festival


The result of the spring 2019


PROJECT, an outreach initiative for

local playwrights, the festival will

showcase eight original, non-published

or produced, one-act plays.

The staged readings of these

new works are scheduled for Saturday,

October 26th at 8pm and

Sunday, October 27th at 2pm, with four plays showcased at

each reading. Both readings are open to the public. Tickets are

$10 and are available at or by

calling the Box Office at 561-272-1281, ext. 5.

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Festival Lineup: October 26th at 8pm,

The Burden of Truth (37 minutes) by Todd

Caster; A Good Night (12 minutes) by Bob

Lind; Godwise (18 minutes) by Lisa Bruna;

Pulling a Carlos (21 minutes) by Miranda


October 27th at 2pm, Debbie Squared

(31 minutes) by Anne Dichele; A Tale of

Two Sylvias (23 minutes) by Susan Chandler

and Andrea Olkin; The “V” Word (20

minutes) by M.J. Putnik; Goy Meets Girl (14

minutes) by Bruce Karp.

For information on programs and services,

call 561-272-1281 or visit http://

The Mersey Beatles

– Four Lads from


The Mersey Beatles, a Liverpool-born

and bred Beatles tribute band and the

house band for over a decade at Liverpool’s

world-famous Cavern Club, will perform at

the Mizner Park Cultural Center on Saturday,

October 5th at 8:00pm. In celebration of the

50th Anniversary of The Beatles iconic Abbey

Road, the band will play the entire album,

followed by a set of Beatles’ greatest hits.

Julia Baird, John Lennon’s sister and the

Director of the Cavern Club, will be in attendance

selling and signing copies of her

book Imagine This: Growing Up with My

Brother John Lennon before, during and

after the show. “The Mersey Beatles have

been playing the Cavern Club for over 15

years and are one of the best you will see!”

Baird said recently.

The Mersey Beatles are no ordinary tribute

band. The lads grew up as childhood and

schoolmate friends, just like The Beatles.

They are the official Beatles tribute band

representing the City of Liverpool, and from

2002 to 2012 they were the resident tribute

band at The Cavern Club, the nightclub

in Liverpool, England, where The Beatles

perfected their act before launching a global

rock music revolution in the 1960s.

The Mersey Beatles, Brian Ambrose (Ringo),

Steven Holland (Paul), Julia Baird, Mark Bloor

(John), and CrAIG McGowan (Paul)

Tickets to The Mersey Beatles range

from $39 to $55 (VIP). VIP tickets include

premium seating, The Mersey Beatles free

CD download, and a Meet & Greet with Julia

Baird and the band. Tickets are on sale now

and can be purchased online at http:// or by phone

at 844-672-2849. The Mizner Park Cultural

Center is located at 201 Plaza Real, Boca

Raton, FL 33432.

For more information visit http://www.


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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 October for $50 or less.

I’m pretty sure that no one ever said, “Man, I had the best time

shopping for mediocre produce and I’m happy about the plastic

bags they used for my groceries!” When given the opportunity,

choose the better option. Saturday, October 26 is Make a Difference

Day and is a great opportunity to not only make a difference in your

life, but also give a big high five to Mother Earth. Lucky for you, you

don’t have to scratch your head and figure out how because the Delray

Beach GreenMarket is back in full swing for the winter season!

This open-air marketplace features 65 local vendors and culinary

artisans featuring farm-to-fork produce, just-picked citrus, tropical

fruit and juice, farm-fresh eggs, raw milk and butter, artisan cheese

and jams and fragrant baked goods, as well as plenty of gluten-free,

vegan and organic products, fresh cut flowers, plants and other

unique gourmet fare. New to this season is Yoga in the Park, which

is a free yoga class from 9 to 10am so you’re invited to start your

day with some exercise before perusing the goodies at the Market.

There’s also live music during the entire event, and pets are more

than welcome, so make it an enjoyable day for all your family members.

You can park for free in the garage next to the Park

but jump on your bike or walk to the event to go full on

green. The Delray Beach GreenMarket is located at

Old School Square Park, 20 N. Swinton Ave., and

is held 9am to 2pm every Saturday from October

26 through May 23, 2020. Visit www.delraycra.

org or call (561) 276-8640 for more information.

Whether you’re scary, spooky, funny or cute, it’s

all welcome because there are no rules! Since

you’re thinking about what to wear, don’t waste

time thinking on where to go because the good people at

the City have you covered. Halloween falls on a Thursday this

year, but the family-fun festivities are Saturday the weekend

prior. Starting at 11:30am along the Avenue, you and the kids are

invited to trick-or-treat with all of the merchants who are ready to

see your outfits and hand out more candy than you’ll know what to

do with. The Rotary Club then invites you to participate in the 57th

Annual Halloween Parade. Taking off from Big Al’s Steaks, you’ll parade

down the Avenue to the Tennis Center, where Kidsfest will be

in full swing and ready for you. Enjoy ice cream once you arrive, and

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then take in all the food, vendors, arts and crafts, entertainment and

more, all brought to you by Southern Dance Theatre. Kidsfest ends at

4pm so you’re welcome to get dinner or a snack along the Avenue for

more costume-oriented oohs and aahs from Avenue guests. The kids

are sure to have a howling good time. The Halloween festivities are

held along the Avenue, so visit or

call (561) 243-1077 for more information.

When’s the last time you enjoyed a picnic outdoors? To be

fair, it’s been sweltering as of late, but it’s still an enjoyable

pastime when given the ideal circumstances. Well, now

those circumstances are here! October is Eat Better, Eat Together

Month and you’re invited to Picnic in

the Park at the Old School Square

Park! This event is a competitive,

themed culinary event

produced by Living Hungry,

with a goal to help

feed school chil-


dren who suffer from food insecurity. You and 11 of your closest

friends are invited to select an international cuisine and create

a picnic menu, costumes and decorations to demonstrate your

theme. There are prizes for the best menu, best costumes and

best theme, so all hail the winners! You can reserve your 12’ x

12’ grassy picnic spot for $250 total (which is about $20 per

person), and then it’s time to party on like Parisians, or rock on

like a Moroccan. Picnic in the Park is held Sunday, October 20

from 3 to 5:30pm at Old School Square, 51 N. Swinton Ave. The

best part is that every picnic spot feeds one child for one school

year. Visit or call (561) 243-

1077 for more information and to reserve your spot.

When you think you can’t, just think you can and try.

October is Positive Attitude Month and if you need

a little bit of an inspirational push, head to the Delray

Beach Playhouse and enjoy their main stage play, Calendar

Girls. After spending far too much time in an English hospital

waiting room on a couch with exposed springs, Annie Clarke

urges her local Women’s Club to help her raise some money

to buy the hospital a new couch. Her Club traditionally raises

money by selling an annual calendar. Unfortunately, last year’s

calendar featured English Bridges and only made 75 pounds,

and the couch they’d like to purchase will cost 900 pounds. So,

Annie decides to adopt the commonly understood principle

that “Sex Sells!” The Club produces a calendar with pictures

(not of the beefcake or cheesecake variety) but nude portraits

of the Club’s actual members: middle-class British wives and

mothers and even one retired schoolteacher. To everyone’s surprise

(shocker alert), within nine months the Rylstone calendar

raised more than 550,000 pounds for the hospital and for

cutting-edge research into leukemia at the University of Leeds.

You do not want to miss this deeply moving and often hilarious

true story that has been embraced by audiences around

the world. There are multiple showings from Friday, October

4 through Sunday, October 20 and tickets are $35 each. This

play will show you just how far positive attitude (and great

lighting!) can get you. The Delray Beach Playhouse is located at

950 N.W. Ninth St. Visit or call

(561) 272-1281 for more information and tickets.

We live on a peninsula so it’s almost a guarantee that

we have the freshest seafood imaginable. October

is National Seafood Month and is a perfect time to

indulge in some of our local favorites. You’d be remiss if you

didn’t start your seafood selection at City Oyster and their fish

tacos ($20 for dinner). You can get them fried or blackened

(blackened all the way), and served with Pico de Gallo, cilantro,

lime crema and flour tortillas, with watermelon slices on the

side. Moving along to the people who know seafood best, take

a seat at J&J Seafood Bar and Grill and order their Pan Seared

Snapper, which is topped with a shrimp and lobster sauce and

served over champagne risotto ($33). If you’re looking for one

of the best seafood happy hours in town, look no further than

Mussel Beach, where you can score any of their mussel bowls

for $10, Monday through Friday from 3:30 to 6:30pm. We’re

talkin’ French Onion, Fra Diavolo, Prosciutto, Provencal, Thai

and more. Their seafood game is strong. Visit

or call (561) 243-1077 for complete restaurant


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6The WolfePAk Band

Selwyn Birchwood Band4


Carli Munoz Trio


ride and remember trolley

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1-31 Shark Feeding – Tues-Sat -

10:30am, Sun 1:30pm. Alligator Feeding

– Wed & Sat 1pm. Stingray Feeding

- Tues-Sun- 2:45pm. Free for all ages.


1-31 Pickleball – $3-4. Call for times.

Pompey Park Community Center. 561-

243-7356. Delray Beach Community

Center. 561-243-7250. Delray Beach

Tennis Center 561-243-7360.

1 Delray Chamber NonPRofit

Council Lunch & Learn – 11:30am.

Free for nonprofits. Join us as National

Leadership Institute teaches us how

to ignite your Board and volunteers to

better serve your organization. RSVP


4-5 Holiday Harvest 2019 – Southern

Handcraft Society - Boca Raton

Chapter. Friday, October 4th 1-8pm

and Saturday, October 5th 9am-1:30pm.

Boca Raton Community Center: 150

Crawford Blvd., Boca Raton, FL (East of

I-95 just North of the corner of Palmetto

Park Blvd. and Crawford Blvd.).


Shop of Horrors – Book by Howard

Ashman, music by Alan Menken, lyrics

by Howard Ashman. For tickets: www. / 561-447-8829. Tickets:

$20 /$15 for juniors (11 & under).

Performances: Friday at 7 & Saturday

at 7 pm, Saturday & Sunday at 2 pm.

All performances will take place at Sol

Theatre: 3333 N Federal Highway, Boca

Raton, FL 33431.

4 Artist tAlk | Cheryl Maeder –

7-9pm. Join Arts Warehouse as we welcome

current exhibiting artist Cheryl

Maeder for an artist talk. This is in conjunction

with Delray Beach’s RISE Art &

Climate Change Weekend. Cheryl will

be sharing about her work in our current

exhibition, Tidal, and her experience

with using her work as a voice for

environmental and worldly concerns.

Through continuous experimentation,

Cheryl utilizes her camera as a precision

instrument to replace the traditional

tools of an artist’s studio, such as brushes

and paint. She focuses her camera on

the other-worldliness between reality

and the abstract. This event takes place

during the October 4th art walk and is

free admission! 313 NE 3rd Street, Delray

Beach. 561-330-9614 or E-mail:

4 Selwyn Birchwood Band –

8-10pm. The award-winning Selwyn

Birchwood Band returns for an encore

performance at Art’s Garage! Selwyn

Birchwood rose to stardom after winning

the International Blues Challenge in

2013, beating out over 150 other bands.

The Selwyn Birchwood Band’s enchanting,

high energy, live performances are

NOT TO BE MISSED and have taken

them all over the world as they have

performed in 15 countries in the past 2

years! Get your tickets before they are

gone! This show will sell out quickly!

Tickets range from $25-$40. Arts Garage,


4 Milieu Art Exhibit Opening Reception

– 6-8pm. Enjoy wine and art

at the opening of MILIEU EXHIBITION

featuring local emerging artists Katerina

Slinkina and Rick Baer. The event is

free! Arts Garage, 561-450-6357,

5 Survival Italian for Beginners

& Travelers – 4-6pm. (topics vary

monthly) – FREE EVENT. Have fun

learning the most romantic language

on Earth! Essential language knowledge

for travelers and beginner students

taught by a native Italian speaker! Topics

vary by month (ordering food/ hotel

terminology, site seeing, transportation,

etc.). This informal group class includes

practical expressions and essential travel

tips. Nada’s Italy - 877.959.8365. 119

NE 2nd Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33444.

5 Roman Street – 8-10pm. Brothers

Noah and Josh Thompson put their

guitars together to form Roman Street.

Since the college years, this brotherly

jam session has developed into a Billboard/iTunes

charting band who many

have dubbed ‘the next generation’ of

Jazz Fusion. Tickets range from $35-

$45. Arts Garage, 561-450-6357,

6 The WolfePAk Band – 7-8:30pm. Get

ready for an action-packed performance!

This show features top Grammy and Hall

of Fame musical selections inspired by

their unique and collective backgrounds

in Rock, Blues, Jazz, and Funk. Spend an

evening with the band and you too will

become a fan. That’s a promise. Tickets

range from $25-$35. Arts Garage, 561-


10 Hip Hop Revolution: Back To Basics

– 9-11:45pm. Celebrates Hip Hop

Culture by joining rappers with graffiti

artists, Hip Hop influenced dance and

DJ’s from all over South Florida. Talented

performers will hit the main stage

to present their various rap styles, filling

the night with dope lyrics and beats.

Tickets are $10. Arts Garage, 561-450-


10 Party in Paradise: A Fundraiser

for the Delray Chamber – 6pm

Bula. Let’s Luau! Enjoy sea breezes and

Island rhythms at the Delray Chamber’s

annual fundraiser. Join us at the Delray

Beach Club for hula dancing, tiki cocktails

and catch up with your Delray

Chamber friends & colleagues. Tickets

$100 per person – Includes dinner and

two drinks! We will honor our 2019

Business Person of the Year & award the

annual Crystal Palm for community service!


11 Carli Munoz Trio – 8-10pm.

Carli’s performance will focus on his

latest CD, Follow Me, a tribute to Nobel

Peace Prize winner and environmental

activist Wangari Maathai, in addition

to original music and jazz standards.

Born and raised in Puerto Rico, Carli

Muñoz is a jazz pianist whose music of

choice was jazz, European avant-garde

and American pop music. From 1970

through 1981, Muñoz toured with the

Beach Boys, playing Hammond B3 and

piano. He has recorded and performed

with notable jazz artists. Tickets range

from $35-$45. Arts Garage, 561-450-



12 Ride and Remember Trolley –

10am. $35. Spady Museum. When you

board the “Ride & Remember” Trolley

Tour, the history of Delray Beach

happenings continues >

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witches of delray ride


Lil’ Ed And The Blues Imperials


art lab | art + brunch

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comes alive! 561-279-8883,

12 Aperitivo Italiano - The Italian

Social Mixer – 4-6pm. FREE

EVENT. Mix & mingle with others who

love Italy as much as you do! Enjoy a

glass of wine, taste imported olive oil,

bruschetta, olives, and meet locals who

love “everything Italian”! Nada’s Italy -

877.959.8365. 119 NE 2nd Ave. Delray

Beach, FL 33444.

12 Art Lab | Art + Brunch –

10:30am. Bring a friend and enjoy the

gallery while you paint your own contemporary

bowl and enjoy light sips +

bites. Guests will learn basic contemporary

lines, shapes and patterns, and

paint a bisque fired bowl while sipping

and enjoying light bites in the gallery.

Hosted by Arts Warehouse and lead by

our very own Grace Gdaniec. It will be

fired so that it is food safe and will be

available for pick up the following week.

You must be 21 and over to enjoy the

champs but please enjoy the bites and

other beverages. Includes all supplies.

No painting experience necessary, just

come ready to have fun. 313 NE 3rd

Street, Delray Beach. 561-330-9614 or


12 Lil’ Ed And The Blues Imperials

– 8-10pm. With 30 years of touring with

the same original members, Ed Williams

(lead guitar and vocals), Michael

Garrett (rhythm guitar and vocals),

James Young (bass) and Kelly Littleton

(drums), Lil Ed & The Blues Imperials

have been nominated for 16 Blues Music

Awards and are two time winners of

the “Best Band” category at the Blues

Music Awards. The band’s big sound,

fueled by Lil’ Ed’s gloriously rollicking

slide work and deep blues string bending,

along with his rough-edged, soulful

vocals, is as real and hard-hitting as

Chicago blues gets. Tickets range from

$30-$40. Arts Garage, 561-450-6357,

16 Leadership Delray Kick Off –

8am. If you have a passion for the Delray

community and a desire to serve it in a

leadership role, plan to participate in

the Leadership Delray program where

you learn your Community from the

inside out. To learn more: delraybeach.


18 Witches Of Delray Brew –

5-9pm. Join us at Tim Finnegan’s on Friday,

October 18th, 2019 from 5pm-9pm!

Enjoy all the fun of dressing up in your

witchiest costume and joining us for an

auction, food and drinks! Free to attend!

2885 Federal Hwy., Delray Beach, FL.


19 Italian ConveRSAtion for Intermediate

& Advanced Speakers

– 4-6pm. FREE EVENT. Come practice

your Italian speaking skills with others

who love the Italian language as much

as you do! This is a non-structured gathering

for those who want to improve

their conversation skills in a friendly

setting. Ti aspettiamo! Nada’s Italy -

877.959.8365. 119 NE 2nd Ave. Delray

Beach, FL 33444.

22 Young ProfeSSionals Association

of Delray Beach Coffee &

ConveRSAtion – 8am. Join us for coffee

and networking at the Delray Chamber!

Open to all young professionals

under the age of 40. Free, please bring

canned food as your entry. DelrayBeach.


24 The Interfaith cAfé – 7-9pm at

the South County Civic Center, 16700

Jog Road, Delray Beach. Guest speaker

is Lindsey Roland Nieratka, Sustainability

Manager for the City of Boca Raton.

Persons of all faith traditions are welcome

as well as persons with no faith

tradition. Join us for conversation and

light refreshments.

24 Contacts & Cocktails at Posh

Properties – 5pm. $15-30. Contacts

& Cocktails is one of the best way to gain

a broader awareness for your business

and build relationships within the community.


26 Romance & Italy – Sweet Escapes

for Just the Two of You –

4-6pm. FREE EVENT. Discover Italy’s

most iconic locations for romantic getaways,

fairytale weddings, and special

anniversaries. From secluded beachside

villages to sumptuous countryside estates,

luxury Tuscan villas, castles, and

everything in-between for couples who

want to celebrate their love in some of

Italy’s most breath-taking destinations.

Nada’s Italy - 877.959.8365. 119 NE 2nd

Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33444.

26 Witches Of Delray Ride – 7am.

The 8th Annual Witches of Delray Bike

Ride will take flight on Saturday, October

26th from 7:30 am to 11:30 am. Join

us, and your fellow witches, for a bike

ride through scenic Downtown Delray

Beach, guided by the Delray Beach

Police Department. Riders will end at

the Delray Green Market Old School

Square location, where we continue

with awards for “Best Costume,” “Best

Witch Cackle”, “Best Decorated Bike,”

and “Best Group Theme”! Get your fellow

witches together and join us for all

the fun! Early registration is $25 until

October 25th, day of registration is $30.

Visit to register

today. 561-266-0003.

26 Kidsfest And Halloween Festivities

– Trick-or-Treating on the Avenue

11:30am-1pm - Brought to you by

the Downtown Development Authority.

Have fun trick-or-treating with the merchants

along the Avenue. 57th Annual

Halloween Parade 1:00 pm - Brought to

you by The Rotary Club of Delray Beach.

Be the parade and show off your costumes!

Meet in front of Big Al’s Steaks at

NE 5th Ave. and Atlantic Ave. The parade

will end at the Tennis Center, right into

Kidsfest of Delray. Enjoy free ice cream

sponsored by the Rotary Club of Delray

Beach upon entering. Kidsfest 12:00pm-

4pm - Brought to you by the City of Delray

Beach Parks and Recreation Department.

Takes place at the Delray Beach

Tennis Center, 201 W. Atlantic Ave. Food,

vendors, arts and crafts, entertainment,

and more. Sponsored by Southern Dance

Theatre, Gallery on the Go with Tricia,

Super Smiles Pediatric Dentistry & Family

Orthodontics. For more information

contact Danielle Beardsley, Parks & Recreation,


com, 561-243-7277.


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pictures | on the AVe

photos by melissa korman

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1 Erika, Dr. Andrew, Summer @ Boynton Beach Skin

2 Ryan, Daniel @ Mussel Beach

3 Whitney @ Shears of Faith




4 Joanne @ Antica Sartoria

7 Lenny, Leanna, Morgan, Wendy @ Engel & Völkers

5 rachel @ Juice Buzz


8 Alice, Margie, Diana @ Douglas Elliman

6 Andela, Kirsi, Rhonda, Courtney, Jeannette @

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9 Heather, Aubrey, Jonathan @ Bluemercury

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pictures | on the AVe

photos by melissa korman

1 2


1 Hasani & Samantha @ The Seagate

2 brittany & Kiley @ Atlantic Grille

3 Grace @ Antica Sartoria



4 Sharon, Sherri, Pamela, Reggie, Yvonne @

Heavensent Home Healthcare

5 Angelina, Brooke @ Mussel Beach

6 Martha @ Etc Gift Shop @ The Seagate





7 Stephanie, Dominic @ The Original Popcorn House

8 ron, Jake @ Seventh Generation Solutions

9 bob @ On The Ave


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pictures | in the pineapple grove arts district

photos by melissa korman

1 2


1 Tom @ The Goldsmith Shop

2 chelsea, Emily @ Purgreens

3 teresa, Mila @ Purgreens




4 chris, John, Norm @ Delray Camera Shop

5 ronald @ Furst

6 renee @ Hair by Renee

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7 bridgette @ Purstrands

8 the Crew @ Rose’s Daughter

9 Ann @ Quigley Maguire

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entertainment | gotta know

8th Annual Witches of Delray Bike Ride

Bike Parade Features Hundreds

of Costumes and Decorated

Bikes for Local Charity

Each year, we gather to decorate our bikes

(brooms) and dress up in our best witchware

to raise funds for Achievement Centers for

Children and Families located in Delray Beach.



Celebrating its 50th year, Achievement Centers

for Children & Families is a community-based

organization dedicated to serving under-resourced

children and families. The 8th Annual

Witches of Delray Bike Ride will take flight on

Saturday, October 26th from 7:30 am to 11:30

am. Join us, and your fellow witches, for a bike

ride through scenic Downtown Delray Beach,

guided by the Delray Beach Police Department.

The ride starts at Delray Beach City Hall, 100

NW 1st Ave, and ends at the Delray Green Market

Old School Square location, where we continue

with awards for Best Costume, Best Witch

Cackle, Best Decorated Bike, and Best Group

Theme! Get your fellow witches together and

join us for all the fun! Early registration is $25

until October 25th, day of registration is $30.

Visit to register.


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entertainment | gotta SEE By lisa marie

October 4

► Joker centers around the iconic arch nemesis and is an original,

standalone fictional story not seen before on the big screen. Phillips’

exploration of Arthur Fleck, who is indelibly portrayed by Joaquin

Phoenix, is of a man struggling to find his way in Gotham’s fractured

society. A clown-for-hire by day, he aspires to be a stand-up comic

at night...but finds the joke always seems to be on him. Caught in a

cyclical existence between apathy and cruelty, Arthur makes one bad

decision that brings about a chain reaction of escalating events in

this gritty character study.

October 11

► The Addams Family We all know The Addams Family already,

thanks to the many TV series and various live-action films from the

1990s. “Funny, outlandish, and completely iconic, the Addams Family

redefines what it means to be a good neighbor.” This time, the voice

cast includes Oscar Isaac as Gomez, Charlize Theron as Morticia,

Chloë Grace Moretz as Wednesday, Finn Wolfhard as Pugsley, Nick

Kroll as Uncle Fester, Elsie Fisher as Parker Needler, Bette Midler as

Grandma, and Allison Janney as Margaux Needler.

► Gemini Man Henry Brogen (Will Smith), an aging assassin

attempting to exit his career, finds himself going against a younger

clone of himself who can predict his every move. “Gemini Man” is

directed by acclaimed Taiwanese filmmaker Ang Lee, director of

many great films including “Sense and Sensibility,” “The Ice Storm,”

“Hulk,” “Brokeback Mountain” and more.

► Jexi Phil (Adam Devine) has a major dependency issue - he’s

addicted to his phone. He has no friends, he has a job writing

pop culture “Top 10” lists, and his love life is non-existent.

But his Facebook status is about to change. When he is

forced to upgrade his phone, the latest model comes

with an unexpected feature...Jexi (Rose Byrne) - an A.I.

life coach, virtual assistant and cheerleader. With her

help, Phil begins to get a real life. But as he becomes

less dependent on his phone, Jexi’s artificial

intelligence morphs into a tech nightmare

determined to keep Phil all to herself, even

if it means ruining his chances of finding


October 18

► Jojo Rabbit Writer director Taika

Waititi (“Thor: Ragnarok,” “Hunt

For The Wilderpeople”), brings his

signature style of humor and pathos

to his latest film, Jojo Rabbit, a

World War II satire that follows a

lonely German boy (Roman Griffin

Davis as JoJo) whose world view

is turned upside down when he

discovers his single mother (Scarlett

Johansson) is hiding a young Jewish

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girl (Thomasin McKenzie) in their attic. Aided only by his idiotic

imaginary friend, Adolf Hitler (Taika Waititi), Jojo must confront his

blind nationalism.

► Maleficent: Mistress of Evil is a fantasy adventure that picks

up several years after “Maleficent,” in which audiences learned of

the events that hardened the heart of Disney’s most notorious villain

and drove her to curse a baby Princess Aurora. The film continues to

explore the complex relationship between the horned fairy and the

soon to be Queen as they form new alliances and face new adversaries

in their struggle to protect the moors and the magical creatures that

reside within. Angelina Jolie returns to star as the iconic witch, with

Michelle Pfeiffer as Queen Ingrith, plus a cast including Elle Fanning,

Sam Riley and more.

► Zombieland: Double Tap After a fight between Columbus and

Wichita creates a deep rift in the make-shift family that causes Little

Rock to leave with a strange man, the group must band together to

find Little Rock and mend the family ties. Facing new kinds of zombies

along the way, the group are forced to adjust their strategies until

they find an incredible new zombie hunter known only as Nevada.

Starring Emma Stone as Wichita, Abigail Breslin as Little Rock,

Woody Harrelson as Tallahassee, and Jesse Eisenberg as Columbus.

October 25

► Black and Blue is a fast-paced action thriller about a rookie

cop (Naomie Harris) who inadvertently captures the murder of a

young drug dealer on her body cam. After realizing that the murder

was committed by corrupt cops, she teams up with the

one person from her community who is willing to help

her (Tyrese Gibson) as she tries to escape both the

criminals out for revenge and the police who are

desperate to destroy the incriminating footage.

► The Last Full Measure tells the true story

of William Pitsenbarger (Jeremy Irvine), an Air

Force medic who saved over sixty men in one of

the harshest battles of the Vietnam War.

Offered the chance to escape on the

last helicopter out of the combat

zone, Pitsenbarger stayed behind

to save and defend the lives of

his fellow soldiers. Twenty years

later, Pitsenbarger’s comrade in

arms (William Hurt) and father

(Christopher Plummer) seek

the help of investigator Scott

Huffman (Sebastian Stan) and

other surviving veterans of the

battle to finally procure him

The Congressional Medal of

Honor he deserved.


Joaquin Phoenix


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entertainment | gotta HEAR By tom craig

October 1

Adam Ant - Friend or Foe Tour

8:00pm The Fillmore Miami Beach


Godsmack & Halestorm

7:00pm Coral Sky Amphitheatre WPB


October 3

Chris Duarte Group

8:00pm Funky Biscuit Boca Raton


October 4

Anders Osborne Solo Acoustic

9:00pm Funky Biscuit Boca Raton


Howie Mandel

8:00pm Seminole Casino Coconut Creek


October 4 & 5

Caroline Rhea

7:00 & 9:30pm Boca Black Box Boca Raton


October 5

Berry Oakley’s Indigenous Suspects

8:00pm Funky Biscuit Boca Raton


Selwyn Birchwood

7:00pm Lyric Theater Stuart


Juan Luis Guerra Literal Tour

8:00pm AA Arena Miami


October 10

Steven pAGe Trio formerly of

Barenaked Ladies

7:30pm The Broward Center for

the Performing Arts


Love and Theft

8:00pm Funky Biscuit Boca Raton


Natural Wonder: The Ultimate

Stevie Wonder Experience

8:00pm Boca Black Box Boca Raton


October 12

Chris Stapleton’s

All American Road Show

7:00pm Coral Sky Amphitheatre WPB


Lil’ Ed and the Blue Imperials

8:00pm Arts Garage Delray Beach


October 17

Coheed and Cambria

7:00pm Revolution Live Ft. Lauderdale


October 18

Randy Rainbow Live

8:00pm The Fillmore Miami Beach


October 18 & 19

Zac Brown bAnd The Owl Tour

7:00pm Coral Sky Amphitheatre WPB


October 20

ZZ Top 50th Anniversary Tour

with Cheap Trick

7:00pm Coral Sky Amphitheatre WPB


The Motowners

7:00pm Boca Black Box Boca Raton


October 21

Post Malone Runaway Tour

7:30pm BB&T Center Sunrise


October 24

The Chainsmokers

World wAr Joy Tour

7:00pm AA Arena Miami


October 25

Ellis pAul

8:00pm The Broward Center for

the Performing Arts


Maroon 5 - Grand Opening Night

8:00pm Hard Rock Live Hollywood



October 26

Canned Heat

8:00pm Funky Biscuit Boca Raton


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The Lying Room

By Nicci French

Released October 1st

One little secret between a married woman,

her lover, and a killer.

It should have been just a mid-life fling. A

guilty indiscretion that Neve Connolly could

have weathered. An escape from twenty

years of routine marriage to her overworked

husband, and from her increasingly distant

children. But when Neve pays a morningafter

visit to her lover, Saul, and finds him

brutally murdered, their pied-à-terre still

heady with her perfume, all the lies she has

so painstakingly stitched together threaten

to unravel.

After scrubbing clean every trace of her

existence from Saul’s life—and death—

Neve believes she can return to normal,

shaken but intact. But she can’t get out of

her head the one tormenting question: what

was she forgetting?

An investigation into the slaying could

provide the answer. It’s brought Detective

Chief Inspector Alastair Hitching, and

Neve’s worst fears, to her door. But with

every new lie, every new misdirection to

save herself, Neve descends further into

the darkness of her betrayal—and into

more danger than she ever imagined. Because

Hitching isn’t the only one watching

Neve. So is a determined killer who’s

about to make the next terrifying move in

a deadly affair…

The Grace Year

By Kim Liggett

Released October 8th

Survive the year.

No one speaks of the grace year. It’s


In Garner County, girls are told they

have the power to lure grown men from

their beds, to drive women mad with jealousy.

They believe their very skin emits a

powerful aphrodisiac, the potent essence

of youth, of a girl on the edge of womanhood.

That’s why they’re banished for

their sixteenth year, to release their magic

into the wild so they can return purified

and ready for marriage. But not all of them

will make it home alive.

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Sixteen-year-old Tierney James dreams

of a better life—a society that doesn’t pit

friend against friend or woman against

woman, but as her own grace year draws

near, she quickly realizes that it’s not just

the brutal elements they must fear. It’s not

even the poachers in the woods, men who

are waiting for a chance to grab one of the

girls in order to make a fortune on the

black market. Their greatest threat may

very well be each other.

With sharp prose and gritty realism, The

Grace Year examines the complex and sometimes

twisted relationships between girls,

the women they eventually become, and the

difficult decisions they make in-between.

Every Breath

By Nicholas Sparks

Released October 15th

Treat yourself to an epic love story that

spans decades and continents as two

people at a crossroads — one from North

Carolina and one from Zimbabwe — experience

the transcendence and heartbreak

of true love.

Hope Anderson is at a crossroads. At

thirty-six, she’s been dating her boyfriend,

an orthopedic surgeon, for six years. With

no wedding plans in sight, and her father

recently diagnosed with ALS, she decides to

use a week at her family’s cottage in Sunset

Beach, North Carolina, to ready the house

for sale and mull over some difficult decisions

about her future.

Tru Walls has never visited North Carolina

but is summoned to Sunset Beach by a

letter from a man claiming to be his father. A

safari guide, born and raised in Zimbabwe,

Tru hopes to unravel some of the mysteries

surrounding his mother’s early life and

recapture memories lost with her death.

When the two strangers cross paths, their

connection is as electric as it is unfathomable…but

in the immersive days that follow,

their feelings for each other will give way

to choices that pit family duty against personal

happiness in devastating ways.

Illuminating life’s heartbreaking regrets

and enduring hope, Every Breath explores

the many facets of love that lay claim to our

deepest loyalties—while asking the question,

How long can a dream survive?

Twice in a Blue Moon

By Christina LAUren

Released October 22nd

Sam Brandis was Tate Jones’s first: Her

first love. Her first everything. Including

her first heartbreak.

During a whirlwind two-week vacation

abroad, Sam and Tate fell for each other in

only the way that first loves do: sharing all

their hopes, dreams, and deepest secrets

along the way. Sam was the first, and only,

person that Tate—the long-lost daughter

of one of the world’s biggest film stars—

ever revealed her identity to. So, when it

became clear her trust was misplaced, her

world shattered for good.

Fourteen years later, Tate, now an upand-coming

actress, only thinks about

her first love every once in a blue moon.

When she steps onto the set of her first big

break, he’s the last person she expects to

see. Yet here Sam is, the same charming,

confident man she knew, but even more

alluring than she remembered. Forced to

confront the man who betrayed her, Tate

must ask herself if it’s possible to do the

wrong thing for the right reason...and

whether “once in a lifetime” can come

around twice.


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entertainment | concerts

photos by tom craig

The Backstreet Boys

perform at their sold-out

DNA WorLD Tour concert at

the BB&T Center in Sunrise.

Country music guitarist and

singer/sonGWriter BrAD

Paisley performs at CorAL Sky

Amphitheater in West Palm Beach.

Reggae singer/songwriter Beres

Hammond performs to a full house

at the Broward Center for the

Performing Arts in Fort LAUDerDALe.

Carmine Appice drummer and founding member

of the rock group Vanilla Fudge performs as

part of Hippiefest at Broward Center for the

Performing Arts in Fort LAUDerDALe.


Funk pioneer and founder of

Parliament-Funkadelic George Clinton

performs on his FArewell tour at

RevoLUtion Live in Fort LAUDerDALe.

Jazz and funk saxophonist

Karl Denson performs with

his band Tiny Universe at the

Funky Biscuit in Boca Raton.

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entertainment | CONCert review

Peter Frampton

Showed Us The Way

Coral Sky Amphitheater | September 6, 2019

written and photographed By tom craig

For very possibly the last time, on a hot September evening, rock

guitar great Peter Frampton came to South Florida and brought

his Finale Tour to Coral Sky Amphitheater in West Palm Beach.

In February, the 69-year-old, British rocker announced he had

been diagnosed with a rare degenerative muscle disorder known

as Inclusion Body Myositis which first affected his legs and could

possibly affect his guitar playing in the future. So, he is out on

the road for one last big tour. In addition to the tour, he has also

been feverishly recording as much new music in the studio with

his band as he can.

This night’s 14 song, two plus hour set was not just your typical

greatest hits farewell show. It was a wonderful combination of new,

old, extended ferocious jams, and crowd favorites with a few stories

of friends and fellow musicians from his fifty-year career in between,

and that big infectious smile of his throughout.

Frampton began the set with “Baby (Somthin’s Happening)” the

same song that starts his most famous album Frampton Comes Alive.

It was followed by “Lying,” and his first extended jam on “Lines On

My Face,” then came the first use of his famous talk box of the evening

on “Show Me The Way.”

Next up was “Fig Tree Bay” followed by three cover songs from his

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new All Blues album which included a beautiful instrumental interpretation

of Hoagy Carmichael’s “Georgia On My Mind.” After dipping

into the Blues it was time for Frampton and his band to turn on the

afterburners for the final 5 songs of the set “Breaking All The Rules,”

and a touching and snarling cover of Soundgarden’s “Black Hole Sun.”

On “(I’ll Give You) Money” came a scorching trade of solos with fellow

guitarist Adam Lester.

Frampton closed the concert with two of his biggest songs “Baby

I Love Your Way” which brought the entire crowd to its feet and

“Do You Feel Like We Do” that started the massive sing-along. After

a group bow Peter and his band filed off stage only to return a moment

later. If this is the final time we get to see Peter Frampton the

choice of “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” was a fitting end and it

reminded the crowd what a phenomenal performer he is.

After finishing “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” the band quietly

left the stage leaving Peter front and center to speak to the crowd

of over 12,000. “I just have to tell you I have felt all this love and encouragement

coming my way. You guys are going to heal me. I just

want to tell you I love you guys. Thank you so much. I’m just going

to wave, all right?” With that and if to say this is not goodbye this is

just so long for now, he walked off into the darkness of backstage.


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health & beauty | pain relief

By Dr. Safranski

The Road to Recovery

The health and wellness industry has had a steady increase in interest

in the past five to ten years due to the ever rising popularity of social

media. There has also been an influence to become healthy and fit

via social media. Whether it’s Facebook, Instagram, or YouTube a

quick search will reveal hundreds if not thousands of “how to” videos

from so-called fitness professionals selling online training plans, meal

prepping, and workout routines. What they aren’t selling is recovery.

The mindset is to workout, to grind, to keep going until you’re

in the best shape of your life. However, training is only half the

program. Over-training is real and so is over-training syndrome.

The American Medical Society for Sports Medicine defines it like this:

Overtraining syndrome occurs when an athlete’s training schedule

is too much to allow for his/her body to recover. It often is the reason

that the athlete’s performance declines despite increasing the training

schedule and intensity of training. Poor performance continues even

after weeks to months of recovery.

The key word is RECOVER. This is often seen in runners, cross-fit

athletes, powerlifters, but more frequently in people who are new

to fitness and training. Overtraining syndrome can easily ruin a person’s

motivation to train and be healthy. Symptoms of overtraining

can be increased fatigue, frequent illness, sleep problems, muscle

and joint pain, to name a few.

How can we prevent injury and over-training? The absolute first thing

is to make sure you are getting enough sleep. Growth hormone production

- the hormones that repair and grow muscle - is released when we

sleep and consistently getting 6-8 hours of sleep is best. An inadequate

sleep schedule will absolutely hinder your ability to grow and perform.

The second thing to pay attention to is your diet. Different diets

provide different results for specific goals but making sure you are

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getting the proper vitamins and minerals will also help in sleep, and

the production of hormones and metabolic processes in the body. Fish

oils are important for joint lubrication and recovery. They have antiinflammatory

properties and are an excellent source of Omega-3 fatty

acids which assist in healing. It is also important to be aware of the

amount of caffeine or other stimulants consumed and the time of day

they are taken, to get a burst of energy or increase your heartrate for

a “good workout.” Research the adverse effects of taking these types

supplements and the effect they may have on your body and heart.

Lastly, physical recovery and injury prevention NEEDS to be a part

of your routine. I recommend a simple 1:1 ratio. If you work out or

train for one hour, make sure to warm up, stretch, rehab and cool

down the area you are training. Also make sure the cool down process

includes icing down the areas trained, utilizing ice baths or bags of ice.

The key here is recovery! Take your time and do it right. Your

body will thank you.


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health & beauty | dermatoloGY

By Jennifer Wilson, MSN, ARNP, NP-C

Fall In Love With

The Skin You’re In

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

your body’s largest organ and consider spoiling it with love. In order

to do this, one needs to have a strategy, beginning with an annual

dermatology examination. Without taking a closer look at your skincare

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

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According to the American Cancer Society,

skin cancer is the most common form of

cancer and has been on the rise in the

past few decades. Most skin cancer arises

from years of over exposure to ultraviolet

(UV) rays from the sun or tanning beds.

The good news is: skin is an organ that

we can visualize with the naked eye,

which can make a diagnosis much simpler

than relying on blood work, CAT

scans and x-rays.

There are two main types of skin cancer;

melanoma and non-melanoma. Melanoma

develops in melanocytes, the cells which create

pigment that make us look tan or dark. It

can start off as a small dark spot or a mole that

starts to change shape and grow. Although the

rarest of all the types of skin cancers, melanomas

become a serious health risk if left untreated, due

to their ability to travel (metastasize) to other

parts of the body.

Non-melanomas such as basal and squamous

cells are far more common and are typically

seen in areas of the body that are exposed to

the sun such as the hands, chest, and face.

Basal cells, found in the basal layer of the

skin, are typically pearly and dome shaped

with tiny blood vessels feeding

into them. If caught early on

they can be easily treated

in office and most

patients do not have

a reoccurrence. If left

untreated, basal cells can

grow in to surrounding tissues and organs. Having a

history of basal cell cancer puts you at a higher risk of having

another one.

Squamous cell cancer can present as a crusted or a nonhealing

wound. If left untreated for a long period of time they

can travel to other parts of the body like melanomas. Squamous

cells often develop from a precancerous lesion that appears

first, called Actinic Keratosis, which can be removed in the office

to effectively treat and prevent skin cancers from forming.

We can’t reverse the years spent lying in the sun

with baby oil or bronzing ourselves in

tanning beds. We can however prevent

future skin cancers from forming by

doing two things; getting skin checks

regularly at a dermatologist’s office

and using sunscreen. Making an appointment

with a dermatologist for

an annual skin check is the first step

toward protecting yourself from skin

cancer. A licensed and experienced

practitioner will provide you

with an overall comprehensive

skin examination that

will include recommendations

for future care. We

recommend using an SPF 50

when exposing your skin to sunlight.

In addition to a good sunscreen,

the #1 outdoor, must-do’s for Floridians

is wearing protective clothing, such as a

wide brimmed hat and SPF clothing…even

Lilly Pulitzer is incorporating

SPF into her clothing

line. Love yourself this year

and make your skincare appointment

a priority today.


Dr. Thomas C. Balshi

4665 W. Atlantic Ave.

Delray Beach, FL 33445


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health & beauty | body beautiful

By ashley sica-de souza

Trick or Treat?

Deciphering Between Healthy Foods and “Fake” Healthy Foods

There are so many proclaimed “healthy” foods out on the shelves today,

it’s hard for the average consumer to know what is good for them and

what isn’t. Don’t be tricked into savvy labeling and marketing. Let’s take

a look at some of the trickiest misleading “healthy” foods.

1. Protein/Energy Bars- Although there are some good ones

(shout out to my beloved FroPro) most are full of tricks. Added sugars,

sugar alcohols, preservatives, food dyes, chemicals...the list goes

on. The other issue with these bars are that some of them are advertised

as having minimal ingredients, which is great but the sugar

content is through the roof! And at that point you could be eating

the sugar equivalent to a candy bar. On the contrary, if the bar has

“no sugar” which a lot of people see and think, “Oh this is great!” (my

favorite trick, insert sarcasm here) it most likely has sugar alcohols

which can cause bloating and some other un-wanted side effects.

2. Veggie Patties- “It’s all veggies, no meat…what could be bad

about mashed up veggies!?” A lot! Most of these patties are loaded

with sodium, fillers and chemicals to bind the veggies in to a burger

like consistency. Not so healthy after all!

3. Veggie Chips- Speaking of veggies, let’s talk about veggies

in chip form! Just because they are made of veggies doesn’t mean

they are good for you! It’s the oils and saturated fats they are fried

in, where this goes wrong. Not to mention, most veggie chips have

potatoes listed as their first ingredient and contain the same amount

of calories as regular potato chips. That’s definitely a “trick!” A much

better option is making your own kale or sweet potato chips,

which are actually really easy and delicious without all the

extra added oils and calories.

4. Juice/Smoothies- These are a huge culprit and

can be so misleading to the average consumer.

Eat your fruits, eat your veggies

is what we are accustomed to

hearing. Getting your daily

intake of greens and veggies

all in one shot sounds

like a great idea, but before

you pick up your next juice

take a close look at the sugar

content. For example, let’s take

the “Original Superfood 100%

Juice/Puree Blend.” This product

has a whopping 51 grams of

sugar! Yikes! Sadly, there are tons of

other brands just like this or worse. If

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you’re looking for a good green juice drink, choose one that has less

than 15 grams of sugar per serving and you’ll be saving a lot of extra

un-needed sugar and calories.

5. Organic Snacks- You would assume that anything “organic”

would naturally be better for you…fewer calories, less fat, less “processed”

than non-organic foods. “Organic cheese balls must be better

than non-organic right!? Yes, but processed foods are still processed.

Organic may mean slightly better ingredients but that doesn’t give

one free reign to chow down. Remember to treat these “snacks” like

you would anything else and don’t over-eat just because it’s “organic.”

We have all used that excuse now and again!

6. Skinny Lattes- The number of people I’ve met recently that

are drinking this is astounding. The word “skinny” misleads many

people. These coffee drinks aren’t so “skinny” after all. One 16oz

skinny latte from Starbucks contains 16 grams sugar compared to

a regular coffee with almond milk and stevia which has 0 grams of

sugar. Stick with the latter and skip the latte!

7. Zero Calorie Foods- Another food claim many people are

being tricked by. Zero calorie foods can come in the form of drinks,

salad dressings, sauces, syrups etc. But just think, if this amazing

salad dressing has zero calories, then what are you really ingesting?

The answer is chemicals, sugar alcohols and preservatives. Gross!

But zero calories, right? Wrong! A better choice is enjoying a small

serving of the real dressing rather than eating chemicals.

These are just a few examples in the sea of tricky

healthy foods out there. Think twice before you buy

something that is labeled healthy, skinny

or calorie free. Paying extra

attention to the nutrition

label could potentially save

you from an extra amount

of unwanted calories,

chemicals and junk.


Ashley Sica Fitness

Transformation Studio

7400 N. Federal Highway,

Boca Raton, FL 33487



Delray Dermatology + Cosmetic Center

Cheers To Two Years!


Delray Dermatology + Cosmetic Center is celebrating its twoyear

anniversary this October! We are so appreciative of how

the community has supported us since opening two years

ago and are celebrating with specials all month long and a

spectacular anniversary party on October 18th from 5-7pm!

We have had many new additions to the practice within the

last year. At Delray Dermatology + Cosmetic Center we

have a new generation tightening device called Exilis Ultra

360 that combines Radiofrequency with Ultrasound for deeper

penetration, enhanced results and a more comfortable treatment

compared with most other devices on the market. The Exilis Ultra

360 can tighten the skin on any area of the body including the lower

face, neck, abdomen, arms and legs in a series of 4-6 treatments

with no downtime!

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Coolsculpting® still leads as the world’s #1 treatment in the

body sculpting category. More than 6 million Coolsculpting treatments

have been performed worldwide! Coolsculpting technology

works by non-invasively cooling the fat cells to a temperature at

which they freeze and crystalize. Over the next 1-3 consecutive

months the fat cells are eliminated naturally by the body. Each session

of Coolsculpting permanently removes an average of 20-30%

of the fat cells in the area treated. There is little to no downtime,

and in fact most patients can resume their normal fitness routine

the same day or following day. As Coolsculpting is not a weight loss

procedure, it is best for those patients close to their goal weight or

BMI who have stubborn areas of fat despite diet or exercise. It is a

sculpting procedure to slim selective parts of the body.

We also offer the Z wave device that helps break up cellulite

bands and in combination with Exilis Ultra 360 does

a fantastic job of smoothing out dimpled cellulite

prone skin. We very soon will offer Cooltone, Coolsculpting’s

first muscle stimulation device that has

been shown in clinical studies to have the best efficacy

of any device on the market. Soon the abs

that you dream about and can never quite get

with exercise will be a reality. Now we can

fully customize body treatment regimens

to include tightening, muscle toning and

sculpting areas of stubborn fat!

Clear + Brilliant laser treatments are

the most popular non-injectable cosmetic

treatment in our office. Clear +

Brilliant is a fractionated laser made

by the same company as Fraxel but

much milder in strength. Where

Fraxel might heat up and treat 30%

of the skin surface in one treatment,

Clear + Brilliant only affects 5% of the skin surface

resulting in dramatically less downtime. Clear

+Brilliant treatments typically result in mild pinkness


photo by Anna Bock

for only 24 hours and then a rough sandpaper

feeling to the skin that is not visible

and fades over 5 days. Once that outer skin

layer sheds, the skin is vibrant and glowing,

pore size is diminished, pigmentation is decreased,

and texture is improved.

Aquagold Fine Touch Microchanneling combines

the benefits of microneedling with benefits

on injectables. The device itself has gold

plated microneedles that allows the infusion

of product such as PRP, Botox, and Juvederm

and vitamins like B5 and Vitamin C. It has

been shown to tighten pore size and overall

firming of the skin, diminish redness from

rosacea by creating constriction of capillaries,

and therefore improve skin tone as

well as skin hydration, plumping, and

diminishment of fine lines.

On the medical Dermatologic side

of the practice, we are privileged to

have Lorraine Kryvicky, PA-C joined

Dr. Francesca Lewis, MD FAAD with Lorraine Kryvicky PA-C and the Delray Dermatology + Cosmetic Center staff

us last spring! She brings 15 years of

experience as a Dermatology Physician

Assistant specializing in medical and cosmetic

Dermatology and complements Dr.

Lewis’ practice. We will soon be able to

offer Mohs Micrographic Surgery in our

office to our patients that need this procedure

for certain types and locations of skin

cancers. In addition, we will have a Plastic

Surgeon joining our team to help perform

skin cancer excisions and Mohs closures with

the most meticulous attention to detail. We

hope you will join us to celebrate our 2nd Anniversary

as we look forward to the future

with many more years to come. Save the date

- October 18th from 5-7pm!


Delray Dermatology +

Cosmetic Center

550 SE 6th Ave, Suite 100

Delray Beach, FL 33483

561-440-8020 | october 2019 | 55

Heavensent Home Healthcare

Heavenly Help At Home

By Diane Feen

When the Beatles sang, “all you need is love” it resonated with Reggie and

Pamela Smith. The healthcare professionals knew that home healthcare

should be a loving and professional experience for those who need it.

But according to nurse - and co-founder of Heavensent Home

Healthcare - Pamela, this element was lacking in the home

healthcare industry.

“I am a nurse and had worked as a home healthcare nurse for a

Medicare agency. My heart hurt when I saw unprofessional caregivers

who were rude to clients, on their cell phones or just not paying

attention to their client.”

The experience catapulted Pamela into action. She and husband

Reggie started their own home healthcare agency that emphasizes

compassionate care, strict adherence to all phases of professionalism

in the healthcare industry and client-centric care.

They specialize in referring caregivers that provide home care to

the elderly, frail, and disabled in the comfort of their own homes or

a facility. The Smith’s also make it their goal to screen every caregiver

they hire with the utmost of attention to detail.

“Every week about 10 caregivers apply for a job with us and we

only hire about four or five. We screen them very carefully and let

caregivers know what we expect from them. If they are not appropriate

for our family members, then we wouldn’t want to send them

out to someone else’s family,” said Reggie.

Photo by harvey lustig

Heavensent Home Healthcare owners Pamela and Reggie Smith

Photo by melissa korman

Reggie’s words are his bible, so to speak. Heavensent Home

Healthcare clients are outspoken in their love and respect for

Heavensent. “Carline gets me out of bed every morning, bathes me,

dresses me and makes breakfast. She is wonderful and makes a

big difference in my life. I consider her like a daughter because she

takes such good care of me,” said Nicki, who has been a Heavensent

client for 11 years.

Not only are their caregivers trained to respond to emergencies,

but each client gets to pick the caregiver of their choice. The

Smith’s know that the clients’ comfort level is of primary importance.

“We give potential clients the opportunity to interview

several caregivers and choose the one they feel good about. The



Heavensent Home Health Care is a class

operation. They employ the very best care

givers. The staff are on call to help any

situation. I have been with them for

4 ½ years with total satisfaction.

They have always been there for me.

– Dorothy Chapnick, Boynton Beach, FL

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caregivers we refer are bonded, insured and have been through an

extensive background check.”

Heavensent (Reggie and Pamela) also communicate with family

members of clients to make sure they know what is going on

every step of the way. And, they know precisely what is happening

at all times. As a means to monitor caregivers in real time they

have Telephony Software (that allows the caregiver to clock in

and out from the client’s home phone) so they know who is going

where and what’s going on 24/7. “We know where everyone is at

all times,” said Pamela.

Heavensent refers caregivers who can assist with bathing grooming,

dressing assistance, meal preparation, assistance with eating,

light Housekeeping, Laundry and Companionship. The caregivers

also offer shopping and errands, as well as transportation to and

from doctor appointments. “The caregivers we refer also offer Cognitive

stimulation through games and activities.”

Caregivers at Heavensent are available on an hourly basis or as

live-in. “Some people use our services for two weeks after surgery

or for 10 years,” said Reggie.

One thing for sure everyone is happy with Heavensent, and why

not, they’re Heavensent.

“I’ve had daily contact from afar, and regular visits and have

been impressed with Leanora’s insight, sensitivity, and capacity

to endure intermittent periods of agitation that would be challenging

to any caretaker. Leanora’s patience is her virtue and

will be remembered for her compassionate nature long after my

mother passes,” said Barbara.

This glorious testimonial is exactly why the Smith’s started

their agency 13 years ago. “At Heavensent Home Healthcare our

mission is to provide the best home care services by referring the

most experienced, professional, and loving caregivers. This allows

our clients to feel, safe, secure and happy at home, and gives

loved one’s peace of mind.”

They also offer a respite from the predictable for clients. Each

year in December the Smith’s throw an Annual Client Care Appreciation

Day celebration at a special venue. “We like to show

our appreciation to our clients and our caregivers and show them

that we care about them. Our clients get to dress up, get out and

socialize,” said Reggie.

Heavensent is licensed and insured with the State of Florida

Agency for Healthcare Administration and serves Broward and

Palm Beach county.

Heavensent Home Healthcare is available 24/7.

Senior Home Care is their Passion!

Heavensent Home Healthcare

Oriole Plaza

7431 West Atlantic Ave, #32

Delray Beach, Florida 33446

561-496-7772 or 888-750-6846

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visitor information center

Visitors Welcome to the Delray

Beach Visitor Information Center

BY Lisa Marie | PHOTOS BY Debra Sommerville Photography

On a busy corner location sits our recently renovated

Visitor Information Center. The Delray Beach Downtown

Development Authority funded and spearheaded

the renovation project in partnership with the City of

Delray Beach, and other local businesses who donated

their services for a combined investment of $100,000.

After the renovation took place and tripled the size of the

center it re-opened its doors in February 2018. Located

at the corner of Atlantic Avenue and A1A, in the hub of the

hotel and resort community, the center is open 9am to 5pm seven

days a week. One of 13 centers in Palm Beach County, the Delray

Beach Visitor Information Center runs with a staff of 21 people,

all of which are volunteers! This is a hub for tourists and out-oftown

guests to gather information. The center can see over 1,100

visitors a month and, in season, can see as many as 2,600 people

from around the world! The volunteers share information about

events, parking, transportation, the beach, restaurants, attractions,

etc. Along with offering their guidebook and social media

channels to keep visitors up to date on upcoming events, the Delray

Beach Visitor Information Center also gathers information to

track where visitors come from and what information they are

seeking. The Downtown Development Authority (DDA) funds the

operation of the Visitor Information Center.


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“We are always excited to share our Delray Beach hospitality

with the thousands of visitors and residents who visit the Center

each year,” said BJ Sklar, Visitor Information Center Coordinator,

Delray Beach DDA. “With this updated look and feel, we can really

showcase all that our Village by the Sea has to offer.”

For more information on the Visitor Information Center or to

offer volunteer services please contact the DDA by email DDA@ or call 561-243-1077.

Stop by and visit the center located at 2 South Ocean Blvd.,

Delray Beach, FL 33483.


Siperstein Dermatology GROUP

A Culture Of Positivity

by Nicol Jenkins

Wowing patients with great care and customer

service is key to Siperstein Dermatology Group’s

growth and ability to recruit highly qualified doctors.

In only 8 years, Siperstein Dermatology Group has grown from

a small private practice to 11 board certified doctors, a staff of

over 60, and two state-of-the-art medical facilities in Boca Raton

and Boynton Beach. Robyn Siperstein, M.D., the Yale-trained

founder credits her practice’s success to a culture of positivity

and caring.

“While many people hate to use the term ‘customer service’ in

relation to medicine, it is important. After working at a few other

private practices, I had so many ideas about how I could improve

service and enjoy working with my colleagues,” she says.

Her goal was to create a practice that offered both a high level

of patient care and customer service and plenty of what she calls

“positivity.” She came up with six core values—safety, caring, respect,

integrity, passion and teamwork (SCRIPT)—that would define

the practice, how they treat patients, and how they treat each

other. “Patients can sense that we all really enjoy working with each

other, which improved teamwork and the level of care that we provide.

We tell patients that our goal is to go above and beyond for

them, and we share how we do that: We use checklists, we have

protocols in place, we don’t double book, and we take the time to

make sure all of their needs are addressed.

“We hold monthly staff meetings, and one of our managers puts

out a weekly newsletter on positivity,” says Dr. Siperstein. “She

comments about the wonderful efforts she has seen and shares the

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positive reviews we’ve received from patients that week. It helps

get everyone excited and happy to come to work.”

The practice also gives out “Smile Awards,” which recognize team

members who go above and beyond in exemplifying the practice’s

six core values. “Employees nominate each other,” says Dr. Siperstein.

Recipients get a Smile pin, and they wear them at the office.

Siperstein Dermatology group also believes that taking great care

of patients means supporting their communities. Ten percent of all

retail proceeds go to charity, and the practice combines its teambuilding

activities with its charitable efforts. “Typically, we raise at

least $1,000/month. We donate $500 to the charity and use $500

for the team-building activity related to that charity, such as the

Build a Bear. Our last charity was Joe DiMaggio’s Children’s Hospital.

First we went to ‘Build a Bear’ and built bears together, and

then took them to the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital and hand

them out,” she says.

The philosophy has worked well. Over the past eight years, Siperstein

Dermatology Group has been through multiple expansions.

Three years ago, Dr. Siperstein built a new 8,000-square-foot facility

in Boynton Beach and she is in the process of completing a new


Siperstein Dermatology Group at their team-building charity

event, designing bears for Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital

7,000-square-foot space in

Boca Raton.

Robyn Siperstein and her

partners believe that their congenial

workplace combined

with compassionate approach

to patient care have helped

them recruit new doctors

from prestigious universities

and backgrounds. The partners,

trained at Yale and Cornell,

set a precedent for hiring

only the most intelligent doctors

with exceptional bedside

manner. Since the beginning,

they have added to the list of

Ivy League graduates, professors

and top-notch physicians.

Dr. Julian Mackay-Wiggan is a

professor from Columbia University

who specializes in hair

loss and leads a team of clinical

researchers in the office. Another

associate professor, Dr.

Danyelle Dawes, is joining the

team from University Hospitals

Cleveland Medical Center. Dr.

Katherine Chiang is a chemical

engineering graduate of Princeton

University who trained in

dermatology at the world renowned

Cleveland Clinic. The

team at Siperstein Dermatology

has even recently expanded

to include Dr. Lisa Grunebaum,

the Division Chief for Facial

Plastic Surgery at the University

of Miami for the past decade.

“We are excited for our future

and humbled by the resoundingly

positive feedback

we have received about our

approach to patient care. Patients

are now our primary

source of referrals and growth.

We look forward to continuing

to provide exceptional care of

patients and support the community,”

she said.


Dermatology Group

950 Glades Rd, 4th Floor

Boca Raton, FL 33431

(561) 955-8885

9897 Hagen Ranch Rd

Boynton Beach, FL 33472

(561) 364-7774

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Luxury listing 1/2 block from the ocean

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Local Realtor Continues

to Grow His Business

BY nicol jenkins

Bob Garfield’s success in real estate goes

beyond just selling homes. Throughout the

home buying and selling process and long after

the deal is closed, Bob continues to help his

clients and often becomes their life-long friend.

One of Bob’s passions... performing live music!

“My success in real estate continues and I’m growing my

business at a very nice pace. The services I provide for

people when I sell properties are above and beyond

what typical realtors will do,” said Bob.

The local Realtor at Lang Realty in Delray Beach has a wealth of

knowledge in Real Estate in Delray Beach and the surrounding areas

of Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, West Palm and Broward County.

He has sold many waterfront homes and downtown properties in

the Delray Beach area. Bob is a native South Floridian and is very

familiar with the local lifestyle, the downtown Delray Beach area,

and waterfront properties. He currently has a luxury listing located

at Fox Ridge, 6508 NW 103 Lane, Parkland. The home is a stunning

Lake View 5 Bedroom, 3400 Living Sq. Ft. Home, Triple split bedroom

plan, vaulted ceilings on a wide water lot with great views on

a quiet cul-de-sac! Offered at $749,000.

Bob describes himself as a “full-time” realtor and that has helped

him succeed in the business.

“I pride myself on communication with my clients. I’m a good

listener and I get back to them right away,” said Bob. “The overall

impression from clients is that I’m approachable. I am a people person.

I listen to my clients - and it’s very rewarding to match people

up with the perfect property.”

Going above and beyond for his clients makes Bob Garfield a top

producer in his field.

“I go the extra mile and am there long after the sale is completed.

I have helped out of town clients with moving and with assistance

with handymen. I am here to help for the long term,” said Bob.

The local Realtor has a long-time career in sales. His business

experience spans 35 years prior to becoming a Realtor. He was a

buyer and executive at a large Florida department store and also

a regional sales manager for several major textile manufacturers,

traveling throughout the country. He also has a passion for playing

guitar and has used that passion to create a successful real estate

career. He plays music with an acoustic rock duo Rockoustic, who

has played at many local venues including Crazy Uncle Mike’s in

east Boca Raton and Wine House Social in Delray Beach.

“When you are playing live music you have to think quickly on

your feet because anything can happen. You have to be able to process

quickly and react, just like in real estate transactions. I rarely

get rattled, and I think clearly under pressure,” said Bob.

Bob enjoys helping his clients find a piece of paradise in sunny

South Florida. He describes Delray Beach as a blend of a New England

seaside town and Greenwich Village. Downtown has the perfect

mix of beachside cafes, bustling restaurants and nightlife.

“People love Delray Beach. There is nowhere else in South Florida

quite like it,” he said.

His many years of sales and marketing experience have helped

set him apart from the rest. He has also found the perfect match


Closings on a Intra-coastal townhouse and a boynton beach townhouse

working with Lang Realty, the largest volume Real Estate brokerage

in South Palm Beach County.

“The quality support staff and expertise of the firm is one of

the key reasons why I feel fortunate to be with them,” he said.

Marketing his listings is his top priority. He is well aware

of the power of marketing and goes beyond by investing time

and effort in his properties. He has filmed TV commercials

with a talent host and aired commercials on his listings; along

with mailing high-end glossy postcards and running TV ads in

busy local businesses.

“My business continues to grow, and I continue to gain more

customers by word of mouth. They are pleased with the service

they have experienced with me, and I have received many

calls from friends and relatives of past clients,” said Bob.

“Bob was so patient during the finding of our new place. We

didn’t have a home to sell but we sure looked at a ton of houses

and he was always available and so kind and helpful and never

complained when I would come up with “just one more” place

to look at! He was also in our corner during the negotiation

process, and not hesitant to call the other agent to question or

push/negotiate a request from us as the buyer. He was also at

our walk-throughs as our third set of eyes to spot any issues

which was super helpful. And lastly it was so nice to have him

at the closing just in case any issues came up, which thankfully

none did!” said Larry and Terri T.

“It was a pleasure working with Bob for both the sale of our

current home and the purchase of our new home. His knowledge

of the real estate market helped in selling our home in

just over one week. When searching for our new home Bob

questioned our needs and criteria so he could find us properties

that would suit us. His professionalism, attention to detail

and follow-up made him great to work with. We would highly

recommend Bob to anyone looking to buy or sell properties in

South Florida,” said Diane and Bob S.

Contact Bob Garfield of Lang Realty when you are looking to

sell or buy a new home!


Bob Garfield

Lang Realty

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SMOKE INN delray

Home Away From Home

By Diane Feen | photos by melissa korman

Time flies when you’re having

fun! That’s why Sal Valentinetti

found himself staying at Smoke

Inn Delray until 3am one night.

Other devotees of this laidback Cigar Bar - that doubles as a

home away from home - enjoy endless hours basking in the

comfort of camaraderie and cigars. It’s the calm in the storm

and the family you always wanted. Guests come as they please and

socialize with friends (or make new ones) while puffing on a cigar.

Some people sit inside on the comfy leather couches or at the elegant

retro bar. Others find respite at the covered patio, lush greenery

and calming breeze outdoors.

Either way, there is a natural flow of movement at Smoke Inn

Delray that matches the one your soul requires. You don’t have to

smoke cigars to be embraced by their inclusive demeanor. You can

have a drink with friends (or solo) and see where the moment takes

you. Like the sway of a palm tree, guests get to move in tandem with

their mood and proclivity.

But one thing everyone agrees upon - they feel embraced by

owner Vincent and manager Manny. The two have been friends for

years and have adopted Smoke Inn customers as their besties. The

bartenders and employees of Smoke Inn treat everyone as their

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Huge selection of cigars

family. There are no strangers at Smoke Inn – everyone is invited

into this inner sanctum of serenity.

“They have treated us like family from day one,” said Smoke Inn

Delray member Peter. The healthcare professional comes to Smoke

Inn three times a week and considers it his home away from home.

“Vinny and Manny are amazing. They make us feel at ease, it’s like

family here,” said Peter as he nursed his Scotch. Peter’s wife Maria

(also a nurse) stopped by to meet her husband and join the banter

and camaraderie at this corner Cigar Bar and Lounge. Though

Randy buying cigars

Maria is still in her scrubs, she fits into the mood and movement of

Smoke Inn’s relative anonymous inclusiveness.

Peter sees Smoke Inn as a vacation of sorts. “Everything stops at

the front door here. You come and your job stops, your stress stops,

the news stops, and you get to share a laugh and a cigar. Coming

here lets everything just blow away like the smoke.”

Well put. It’s easy to get your groove back at Smoke Inn because

the vibe just washes you clean of history. They’ll help you pick out

the perfect cigar and cater to your every whim (within reason).

They have Limited Edition Cigars from Arturo Fuente – the Opus

X and Anejo. They also have an extensive selection of Davidoff cigars

that are cigar gold. They have over 600 cigar brands in their walk-in

humidor such as Montecristo, Romeo y Juileta, Tatuaje, Perdomo, Davidoff,

Padron, Ashton, Rocky Patel, Arturo Fuente and more.

Scott Silverman feels so comfortable at Smoke Inn he meets business

associates and friends there quite often. “This was my office, I

did business here, it’s so homey,” said the businessman as he puffed

on a Fuente cigar. Silverman was waiting for an investor from Boston

and chatting with a friend who stopped by for Happy Hour.

Happy Hour is a relevant term in the modern culinary lexicon.

At Smoke Inn Delray every hour is happy hour. That’s why Hap

Hollander comes three to four times a week. “This is the best cigar

shop in town. Vinnie and Manny are extremely customer friendly

and it’s so comfortable. I like the wide array of cigars and Sunday

football with pizza outside,” said the owner of AgriBilt.

If you ask Valentinetti, he’ll tell you that Delray Beach is paradise

and Smoke Inn Delray is an oasis within that paradise. The New

York resident has a home in Delray and comes when the moment

moves him. As runner up on America’s Got Talent Valentinetti is a

superstar of sorts. He travels the world singing illustrious tunes yet

finds Smoke Inn Delray to be one of his cherished places.

“The first thing I do when I get to Delray is put on the air conditioner

in my home and head over to Smoke Inn. It’s like a walk back

in time, you sit with people and have great conversations and bond

over a good cigar. They’re so knowledgeable about cigars and help

you pick out the one that’s right for you. It’s so comfortable I’ve discussed

entertainment deals there. You also see celebrities at Smoke

Inn too,” said the crooner with the velvety voice.

Randy Walker also relishes the calm and camaraderie at Smoke

Inn Delray. The Indiana resident comes to Delray twice a month for

business and finds Smoke Inn the perfect place to detox and chill.

“I love sports and Padron cigars. I come here to relax and enjoy

the music, meet new people and enjoy the atmosphere. I have met

sports celebrities here, it’s a great crowd.”

The bar at Smoke Inn is indeed a walk back in time. The rich

wood and neon signage make you feel like you’re in a Humphrey

Bogart movie. They have a full selection of wines, liquor and beer.

They also have premium scotch, bourbon, cognac, Rye whiskey, Basil

Hayden’s Whisky, Whistle Pig, Widow Jane, Angel’s Envy whiskey

and more.

Friday night is a stellar time to stop by. You can catch the musical

genius of Bob McDonald on guitar on their comfy outdoor patio.

On Saturday nights there’s live music to tickle your endorphins and

move you into the sweet spot of life. Saturdays from 7pm to 9pm

ladies drink for half price.

Smoke Inn Delray cannot write prescriptions for health and longevity,

but they can make a big difference in the way you feel. Stop

by and experience the laidback authenticity and serenity that permeates

the air.

Smoke Inn Delray (Open every day)

202 NE 6th Ave – two blocks north of Atlantic Ave.

Delray Beach - 561-819-1212


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changing faces makeup

Microblading Is

Permanent Makeup

BY nicol jenkins | photos by melissa korman

Proper Training is Paramount,

Let us Educate you!

Jeanette McKeever and Rhonda Vacanti licensed and certified

When searching for a permanent makeup artist, please understand

Microblading, Permanent Makeup, Tattoo, Ombre,

and any others - are all permanent, and be sure to

verify licensing. A license will be from the Health Department. This

will be issued as a “Tattoo Establishment;” also look for a “Tattoo

Artist” license. This will help ensure the place is an inspected and

safe area.

Rhonda Vacanti offers comprehensive training for artists. Rhonda

has been in business for 22 years and has been training others for

15 years. As the owner of Changing Faces Makeup in Delray Beach

and a permanent makeup artist and licensed Skin Care Specialist,

Rhonda Vacanti has been referred many clients who have received

botched permanent makeup from unlicensed makeup artists.

“We have people coming in at least once a day saying they need

us to fix their permanent makeup. Our customers are being told by

artists that they are licensed, but they need to see their Health Department

licenses. Don’t assume; it’s very important. If they are operating

in an unlicensed facility, it is endangering your health,” said

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Vacanti. “You should be going to a specialty clinic for these types of

procedures that specializes in disposable equipment.”

While permanent makeup is becoming more popular, in turn the

number of botched cases has increased. Alarmingly, some salons

and spas are using new lingo for permanent makeup, and marketing

as semi-permanent, when in fact it is permanent. The artists

are also not receiving enough training and licensing. Changing

Faces Makeup specializes in permanent makeup and offers training

classes for permanent makeup artists from around the world. “We

have performed over 15,000 procedures to date and your safety is

paramount. We are one of the only clinics in the area proudly using

a 100% disposable tray setup.”

“We are properly training and re-training people in the industry

or many starting out in the industry,” she said. “It’s important to

choose very well trained artists with a lot of experience. Your face

is not a practice pad!”

What should people look for when choosing a permanent makeup

artist are licenses displayed in the salon, a clean and sanitized

environment with 100% disposable sheets and tray set up, consistent

permanent makeup photos of former clients, and Blood

Bourne Pathogens training.


Pre draw and measurements

Paperwork and consultation team

Rhonda stresses that Microblading is permanent.

“Microblading is not semi-permanent. It is permanent

makeup,” she said. “Every technique requires the same pigments

and involves blood. The very reason licensing and training

is so important.”

Some artists are only taking a four-hour class on permanent

makeup and some are learning online.

“The need for proper training is very high. I feel very passionate

about it,” said Vacanti, adding, “It is very imperative

that you do your homework and research the artist; it is an

invasive procedure. At Changing Faces Makeup, we are retraining,

apprenticing and training fundamental permanent

makeup artists from all over the world.”

Rhonda has recently accepted a position on the Board of

Directors for the American Academy of Micropigmentation.

“I had a passion with Micropigmentation for my entire career

spanning 22 years, and now I am excited to help the industry

bring higher standards.”

The local specialty spa owner and permanent makeup expert

also pays it forward by offering complimentary training

and scholarships to technicians so they can excel through their

Techs Helping Techs program. Rhonda works hand-in-hand

with Jeannette training many technicians and artists in permanent

makeup. Jeannette came to her office as an apprentice

and is now a skilled trainer and lead artist.

Her customers praise Rhonda and Jeanette and Changing

Faces Makeup for making them look and feel their best.

“I just wanted to say thank you for all you do. I always love

coming to see you and Rhonda. It’s such a happy place to be. I

love the care you both show me!” Jodi Q.

“Thank you, Rhonda for making me beautiful. I love my

eyeliner, lip liner and my new eyebrows! You are so professional

and caring about how people look their best,” said another


Stop by Changing Faces Makeup for your complimentary

consultation and tour of the facility and learn more about permanent



Changing Faces Makeup

7431 W Atlantic Ave #33

Delray Beach, FL 33446

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The Seagate Hotel & Spa

Escape to Serenity, Bliss, and

Pure Relaxation at Seagate Spa

Feeling stressed out by the daily grind? You’re not alone. Everyday

life can take a toll on your body, mind, and spirit no matter what

your age. Thankfully, the Seagate Spa offers the perfect antidote.

BY linda brown

The spa’s decadent, total-rejuvenation experiences appeal to

nearly any age group or interest. Spa guests also earn complimentary

all-day privileges to a wide array of hotel amenities—hotel

pool, Jacuzzi, pool bar, fitness center, tranquility room,

and steam room—as part of their treatments.

Reach a New Height of Indulgence with

the Himalayan Salt Serenity Package

For centuries, halo salt therapy has been believed to have powerful

healing effects on the body, particularly the skin and lungs.

If nothing else, the Seagate Spa’s Himalayan Salt Serenity Package

will leave you in a peaceful state of euphoria.

Breathe freely while the private halo-therapy booth harnesses

a potent blend of 84 micro-elements and minerals. Feel the accumulation

of stress, tension, and pollutants slip away as this deeply

relaxing therapy takes effect.

Immediately following this transcendent experience, you’ll be

treated to a healing aromatherapy Himalayan Salt Stone massage.

The stones help ground and balance the body’s electromagnetic

field, central nervous system, and meridians to bring you back

down to earth. In all, the Himalayan Salt Serenity Package spans 80

divine minutes—after which you will emerge feeling totally serene

and revitalized.

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The Men’s Whiskey Voyage Whisks aWay Anxiety

At the Seagate Spa, men receive equal stress-relief treatment

thanks to the naturally relaxing qualities of whiskey. For those over

21, the Men’s Whiskey Voyage is the perfect way to reduce tension,

calm nerves, and relax the entire body.

Feel those daily stresses melt away as skin is gently buffed by a

warm, brown sugar-bourbon scrub. Afterward, a full body massage

combines essential oils and hot stones to reduce stress and relax

the mind. It’s followed by the ultimate foot treat: reflexology. Keep

the relaxation vibe going by sipping a glass of scotch, rye, or bourbon—neat

or on the rocks—in the men’s tranquility room.

Teens Get Special Treatment

The Seagate Spa knows that teenagers need pampering, too.

The Chillin’ Teen Retreat offers those 13 to 18 years of age the perfect

stress reliever and pamper-fest. This age-appropriate retreat

includes a 50-minute teen facial, chocolate truffle manicure and

pedicure, along with a complimentary, non-alcoholic, strawberry



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To arrange for a holiday spa gift card, or to book your

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True 4 BR/3BA plus den/office is located

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Enjoy penthouse ocean views from this

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Walk to Atlantic Avenue from this

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Palatial estate on one-acre of land with

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Stunning 6BR/6.1BA home on 5 acres

featuring private pool, 3-car garage,

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Completely renovated downtown 2BR/2BA.

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The History of


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Dressing up like your favorite

superhero or celebrity, being

spooked at a haunted house

or trick-or-treating for candy

has been a tradition for many

who celebrate Halloween

each October 31st.

But Halloween wasn’t always about fun and games,

costume contests, apple bobbing, horror flicks

and jack-o’-lanterns.

The celebration had a ghoulish past of warding

off the evil spirits and ghosts that many dress up as today.

Halloween was also known as All Hallows’ Eve, the eve of

the Western Christian feast of All Hallows (or All Saints).

According to many scholars, All Hallows’ Eve is a Christianised

feast originally influenced by western European

harvest festivals, and festivals of the dead with

possible pagan roots, such as the Celtic Samhain.

Some historians have stated that Halloween has

roots to the Celtic festival of Samhain, which comes

from Old Irish for ‘summer’s end.’ It was held on or

around October 31, and kindred festivals were held at the

same time of year in other Celtic lands. It marked the end of

the harvest season and the beginning of winter or the ‘darker

half’ of the year. This was a time for stock-taking and preparing

for the cold winter ahead. In much of the Gaelic world, bonfires were lit and

there were rituals involving them, according to Wikipedia.

Samhain was seen as a time when the ‘door’ to the Otherworld opened

enough for the souls of the dead, and other beings such as fairies, to come into

our world. The souls of the dead were said to revisit their homes on Samhain.

Feasts were had, at which the souls of dead kin were beckoned to attend

and a place was set at the table for them. However, harmful spirits and fairies

were also thought to be active at Samhain. People took steps to ward-off

these harmful spirits or fairies, which is thought to have influenced today’s Halloween

costumes. Before the 20th Century, wearing costumes at Samhain was

done in parts of Ireland, the Scottish Highlands and islands, and Wales. Wear-


ing costumes may have originated as a means of disguising oneself

from these harmful spirits or fairies. In Ireland, people went about

before nightfall collecting for Samhain feasts and sometimes wore

costumes. In the 19th Century on Ireland’s southern coast, a man

dressed as a white mare would lead youth door-to-door collecting

food; by giving them food, the household could expect good fortune,

according to legends. In Moray during the 18th Century, boys called

at each house in their village asking for fuel for the Samhain bonfire.

Thus, the modern custom of trick-or-treating may have originated

from these practices, according to Wikipedia.

Making jack-o’-lanterns at Halloween may also have sprung

from Samhain and Celtic beliefs, historians have stated. Turnip

lanterns, sometimes with faces carved into them, were made on

Samhain in the 19th Century in parts of Ireland and the Scottish

Highlands. As well as being used to light one’s way while outside

on Samhain night, they may have been used to represent the spirits

or fairies or to protect oneself.

The tradition of wearing costumes during Halloween also has an

interesting history. Dressing up in costumes was prevalent in Ireland

and Scotland at Halloween by the late 19th Century. Costuming

became popular for Halloween parties in the US in the early

20th Century, as often for adults as for children. Early Halloween

costumes emphasized the pagan and gothic nature of Halloween,

and were aimed primarily at children. Costumes were also made at

home. But in the 1930s, A.S. Fishbach, Ben Cooper, Inc., and other

firms began mass-producing Halloween costumes for sale in stores

as trick-or-treating became popular, according to Wikipedia.

Today, Halloween means many things to many different people.

Traditionally, families like to dress up their young children and

go trick-or-treating for candy. Teenagers prefer to watch horror

movies or go to haunted houses. Adults also get dressed up for

the festive holiday.

“A Spooktacular Halloween in Delray Beach”

Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach is sure to be bustling with residents

and visitors who are dressed to impress in their creative costumes.

Many of the restaurants and bars will be having costume

contests, events and drink and food specials.

Delray Beach Kidfest and Halloween Festivities

Trick-or-Treating on the Avenue 11:30 am—1:00 pm.

Brought to you by the Downtown Development Authority. Have

fun trick-or-treating with the merchants along the Avenue.


57th Annual Halloween Parade 1:00 pm

Brought to you by The Rotary Club of Delray Beach.

Be in the parade and show off your costumes! Meet in front of Big

Al’s Steaks at NE 5th Ave and Atlantic Ave. The parade will end at

the Tennis Center, right into Kidsfest of Delray. Enjoy free ice cream

sponsored by the Rotary Club of Delray Beach upon entering.

Kidsfest 12:00 pm—4:00 pm

Brought to you by the City of Delray Beach Parks and Recreation

Department. Takes place at the Delray Beach Tennis Center,

201 W. Atlantic Ave. Food, vendors, arts and crafts, entertainment,

and more.

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Ted Hoskinson


When my wife

Anne passed

away, I wanted

to honor her

by helping

students and


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egulars | city people

by diane feen | Photo by Melissa korman

The Education Savior

If the old adage is true that to understand someone you have to walk a

mile in their shoes, then Ted Hoskinson must have blisters on his feet.

The Washington, DC native came to South Florida 23 years ago

with a mission. Part of that mission was to enjoy the Florida

lifestyle, the other was to someday make a difference in the

lives of underprivileged children and families.

Hoskinson knows a lot about the plight of teachers – and students.

He taught 4th grade at the St. Albans School in Washington

(where he went to school). Not only did he teach at one of the most

prestigious prep schools in the country – but he also ran summer

programs for them that exceeded everyone’s expectations.

To put it succinctly, Hoskinson is a winner. He knows how to start

and promote a business and rarely passes by an opportunity to conquer

a new challenge. As a matter of fact, it is challenges that make

this platform tennis champ exhilarated.

So, it is with much fanfare and dedication that Hoskinson added

to – and elaborated on – the Snickers Program started by Chuck Halberg

and Joe Peccia (principal of Pine Grove Elementary School).

Though Hoskinson had a long-term plan to invest in the future of

our children, it got accelerated by misfortune.

“When my wife Anne passed away, I wanted to honor her by helping

students and teachers with a program we talked about called

Roots and Wings. It honors teachers who go above and beyond the

norm in the classroom. Three teachers were picked at each school

(seven were picked in Delray when we started in 2016),” said

Hoskinson, who owned a successful balloon business and a chain of

gift shops in the Washington area.

Roots and Wings, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, took the

Snickers Program and magnified its scope. You could say it was elevated

by the wings of its founders.

The first year they gave out a gift bag (to 189 teachers) with two

$50 bills, one to pay for a celebratory meal and the other to purchase

school supplies. The second and third year they added gift

cards and presents from area merchants.

The teachers – who receive this honor and fanfare - are picked

by the principal and their peers. “We go into the classroom and

say we are here to honor the teacher because of their dedication

to students. We also tell them why they are getting the ‘Above and

Beyond’ Award (under the Roots and Wings umbrella).”

The Above and Beyond Awards have been a win-win for everyone.

“Ted has worked tirelessly to expand the Above and Beyond

Awards. They have such a positive effect on the teachers – it reinforces

support from the community. Teachers need love and support,

they work hard and it’s a tough industry,” said Peccia, who is

now Principal of Eagles Landing Middle School.

You bet they do.

“There are no words to describe and express my appreciation to

Roots and Wings. It is a privilege for me be honored by you. This

recognition challenges and motivates me to continue serving my

school and my students with unconditional positive regard each

day,” said Edner Pierrevil of Pine Grove Elementary School.

The Above and Beyond program has expanded to include six

Boynton Beach schools and three Boca Raton Title 1 schools. This

years’ awards will be given out twice to 18 schools.

Hoskinson is not only adamant that teachers need support and

recognition from the community, but he is positive that many 3rd

graders (especially in Title 1 schools) need help learning to read. To

ensure this lofty goal Hoskinson created “Project UpLift” under the

saintly Roots and Wings umbrella.

“It is critical that a child be able to read by the end of the third

grade. If not, they will progress to each grade level, but they won’t

know how to read. That is a recipe for disaster with some students

dropping out of school.”

Project UpLift is an afterschool program that pays teachers to tutor

2nd and 3rd grade students in reading. The program started at

Pine Grove Elementary and was added to Orchard View Elementary.

“It’s important that third graders pass the state mandated FSA

reading test so they can enter the fourth grade.”

It seems Hoskinson’s tremendous belief in the importance of this

program has motivated others. They received a $10,000 grant challenge

from the Virginia and Harvey Kimmel Family Fund, as well as

donations from foundations and individuals. The program will be

added at Banyan Creek and Plumosa this year.

Hoskinson gets intrinsic joy from motivating these children. “I

tell them if they show up the first six weeks, they will get a free T-

shirt that says ‘Perfect.’ We also roll out the red carpet and present

them with gold, silver and bronze achievement awards. It astounded

me how many children had never seen the ocean when we took

them on a Gumbo Limbo outing.”

Hoskinson also transforms himself into Mr. Candy Man and Mr.

Pizza Man to reward the kids for participating in the program. He

refers to it as sweet and subtle bribery (of great educational benefit).

Hoskinson also supports the Arts Garage, is co-founder of Impact

100 Men, a member of the Delray Beach Initiative and the Elks Club.

But it is his work with children and teachers that has garnered

him a special place in everyone’s heart. “Ted is a special gem of a

human being to the teachers and children in our schools. His passion

for awarding teachers, and providing resources for students

who need assistance, has been a huge benefit for all these teachers

and students. His Roots and Wings program should be duplicated

around the country – it’s that important,” said Chuck Halberg, President

of Stuart & Shelby.

Hoskinson relentlessly preaches that to succeed one has to

show up.

This self-made giant does just that!

ROOTS AND WINGS - 561-265-1381

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Thursday, October 10, 2019

6:00pm at the Delray Beach Club

A Fundraiser for the Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce


Enjoy sea breezes and Island rhythms at the Delray Chamber's annual fundraiser. Join us at the

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detoxing infrared saunas

shaman | energy healing

organic massage & skin care

purifying scrubs | detox clays

meditation classes | sound baths

memberships available

behind Anuttara Yoga

215 NE 22 St | Delray Beach | 561-332-5883

an organic, vegan day retreat

Join us in our new location!

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dining | restaurant review

By diane feen | Photos by melisSa korman


Homemade Food That Delights The Senses

Passion fans the flame of

greatness. When we live our

lives and our occupations with

passion the results are clearly


milk and cookies prepared by Michael and AnnAgAbriella’s Key Lime pie

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pork chop primavera

It doesn’t mean that life is perfect all the time. But you can feel the

difference when those around you have a passion for what they do.

Michel Menna is one of those people. The owner-chef of Il Contadino

in Pineapple Grove is driven to perfection behind the scenes

in the kitchen. You can feel it the moment you dive into one of his

specially prepared dishes. It’s apparent that his passion has infused

your plate with greatness.

You might feel like licking the plate (go ahead, we won’t look) because

of the incredible flavor in the nightly specials. Take the fresh

Branzino with caramelized Campari tomatoes in a light wine sauce

with roasted potatoes and a bit of cheese. The dish comes decorated

with tulips and roasted zucchini. It’s easy to make good seafood dishes

with a creative flair, but there is something extra special about a

dish that makes you want to jump for joy.

Cooking has been at the forefront of Menna’s consciousness since

he could reach the table (maybe before that). “This is what I have

done my entire life. I would create special creations and my parents

would come home and ask who catered this meal. I could barely

reach the stove yet I loved cooking as a child. It’s my creative outlet.”

And what an outlet he has. Like spark plugs on a car, Menna ignites

his passion for combining ingredients like a pro. You can tell by the

taste of the dishes set before you. The sauces are light – which we

think is important – and the flavors are artfully combined like a synchronized



mushrooms stuffed with baked brie

Apparently, the word is out.

Just recently Menna hosted 40 guests for an elaborate brunch usually

only seen at 5-Star hotels. Everything on the menu was homemade

and food flowed from inside and outside on the European-style

patio. There were baked frittatas with spinach and vegetables or

with meats such as sausage, bacon and ham. There was also corned

beef hash, eggs Benedict with spinach, sculptured fruit bowls, roasted

potatoes, house cured salmon, flowing mimosas and more.

Dorothy Hernandez hosted this feast. “My cousin was celebrating

his 90th birthday and Il Contadino was the perfect venue for our

weekend of gastronomic pleasures. The frittatas, French toast, bacon,

potatoes, great coffee, juice, fruit, pastries, and more - were all

terrific. We especially liked the smoked salmon, which was personally

prepared by was so-o-o-o delicious! We were all delighted

with the meal. Chef Michel did an excellent job and surpassed

my expectations.”

Alicia Feldman from Scarsdale recently attended a dinner party for

25 at Il Contadino in honor of Lyndsey Roth’s Bat Mitzvah. She felt

the same way as Hernandez.

“I felt like we were in Tuscany. The ambiance at Il Contadino was

beautiful and the food was even better. We had baked Ziti, Penne

Vodka, Chicken Piccata, Buffalo Mozzarella and meatballs. The

creamy baked Ziti and flavorful Meatballs were the best I’ve ever had.

Everything was delicious,” said Feldman, who declared Il Contadino

a ‘must try.’

The reason for this fanfare and delight is because the food at Il Contadino

is prepared fresh on the spot with tender loving care. Nothing

is pre-made or frozen and all dishes are custom made to perfection.

The specials of the day will really astound you. Served in large platters,

that are almost as big as the table – these feasts are reminiscent

of the ancient Greek gastronomy food orgies. One of our favorites is

the Double Cut Pork Chops pounded thin and breaded. It was topped

off with baby greens, red onions, Kalamata olives and tomatoes. It

was lightly breaded, tender and flavorful beyond our expectations.

Joe Cantina was wowed by this light, yet hearty dish. The newcomer

to Il Contadino was elated at the taste and lightness of the

dish with its fresh and concise preparation. “This dish is wonderful.

The breading doesn’t overwhelm the pork chops and the greens

and dressing soaked into the pork making it flavorful beyond belief.

I never eat Pork Chops, but this tasted so much like veal I couldn’t tell

the difference. This is really a great restaurant.”

There are other supersized superb specials as well. There’s a

5-pound cowboy Ribeye Steak on a platter with onions, Hollandaise

sauce, mushrooms, red onions, homemade mashed potatoes with

gorgonzola cheese and fresh floral adornment.

House cured Salmon

But it’s the cured salmon that really has everyone swooning. “The

House cured salmon was out of this world – nothing like I’ve tasted.

It whetted my appetite for what was to follow. It was all excellent,”

added Cantina.

James of Delray Beach had a similar experience. “This is my favorite

restaurant in South Florida. Michel the Chef/Owner has the largest

wine selection in any Restaurant I’ve been to. The food is all made

to order and is the best in Delray. If you’re ever in Delray you owe it to

yourself to stop in and have dinner at Il Contadino. Want something

you don’t see on the menu? No problem. Michel will prepare anything

you want, any way you want it. Michel is a most gracious host

and goes out of his way to make your dining experience memorable.”

The desserts are also special. The Cookies and Milk was an elaborate

combination of a thick chocolate chip cookie-muffin immersed

in milk with cookies surrounding the glass.

Come to Il Contadino. The food is fresh, and the dining experience

is top notch. Call ahead if you want a special dish.

The intimate European style patio and is just icing on the cake of

perfection. Michel welcomes all to experience his culinary passion.

Il Contadino Ristorante

165 NE 2nd Ave, Delray Beach


Catering and take-out available

Follow them on Instagram @ilcontadino_Delray

Homemade roasted vegetable lasagna

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dining | RECIPE

Spooky Recipes for

Witchy Guacamole Dip


2 large avocados

1/4 red onion, thinly chopped

2 garlic cloves, minced

juice of 1 lime

shredded carrots (hair)

2 green olive slices (eyes)

2 black olive slices (eyebrows)

2 slices of a mini red bell pepper (lips)

1 cornichon (nose)

blue corn chips (hat)


1. In a bowl, mash the avocado.

Add the garlic, onions and lime

juice and mix until well combined.

Season with sea salt for flavor.

2. Add the guacamole to the lower

half of a serving plate.

3. Create the corn chip hat first and

then add the carrots for the hair.

4. Assemble the face and serve!

Looking for an easy appetizer to “scare” up

for your Halloween party? Or what about a fun

dinner for the night of Trick-or-Treating with

(or without) the kids? Dinner on Halloween can

be anything but regular—it’s gotta be spooky!

Here are some ghoulish Halloween recipes to

get you and your family in a spooky mood.

Eyeballs and




1 lb. ground beef

1/2 medium onion, finely chopped

1/4 c. Panko bread crumbs

2 cloves garlic, minced

2 tbsp. chopped fresh parsley

1 large egg, beaten

Kosher salt

Freshly ground black pepper

1 lb.spaghetti

1 1/2 c. marinara, warmed

Mozzarella cheese, cut into rounds

Black olives, sliced crosswise into rounds

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1. Preheat oven to 400° and line a large, rimmed baking sheet with parchment.

2. In a large bowl, add beef, onion, Panko, garlic, parsley, and egg. Season

generously with salt and pepper. Mix ingredients together with a rubber

spatula or your hands until well combined, then shape into 1” balls. Place onto

baking sheet.

3. Bake for 13 minutes, then to each meatball, add a piece of cheese and olive to

resemble eyeballs. Bake until cheese is melty, 2 minutes more.

4. Meanwhile, in a large pot of salted, boiling water, cook spaghetti according to

package directions until al dente. Drain and transfer to platter.

5. Pour warm marinara sauce over spaghetti, then scatter with meatballs.

Witchy Finger Cookies


1 egg

1 cup butter, softened

1 cup confectioners’ sugar

1 teaspoon almond extract

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

2 2/3 cups all-purpose flour

1 teaspoon baking powder

1 teaspoon salt

¾ cup whole almonds

1 .75 ounce tube red decorating gel*

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Combine butter, egg, sugar, almond and

vanilla extract in a mixing bowl. Beat

together with an electric mixer, gradually

add flour, baking powder and salt and

continue beating. Refrigerate for 20-30

minutes (do not skip this step!).

Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Light grease

baking sheets or line them with parchment

paper. Remove dough from refrigerator in

small amounts. Scoop 1 heaping teaspoon at

a tine onto a piece of waxed paper. Use the

waxed paper to roll the dough into a thin

finger-shaped cookie. Press one almond into

one end of each cookie to resemble a long

fingernail, Squeeze cookie near the tip and

again near the center to mimic knuckles.

With a sharp knife, make lines in the dough

(without cutting completely through). Place

cookies on baking sheets.

Bake in the preheated oven until the cookies

are slightly golden in color, about 20-25


* This next step is optional. Remove the

almond from the end of each cookie;

squeeze a small amount of red decorating

gel into the cavity; replace the

almond to make the gel

ooze out around the

tip of the cookie.

Additional tips: Add

green food coloring

to the dough for green

monster hands. Add

chocolate chips to

resemble warts.

Also note, the

cookies enlarge

when baked!


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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


Brighton Beach

Bagel & Bakery

14587 S. Military Trail, 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

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


MIA Kitchen & Bar

7901 West Atlantic Ave,

DB. 561-499-2200



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


Rose’s Daughter

American Trattoria

169 NE 2nd Ave

DB 561-271-9423


32 SE 2nd St, DB



Seacrest Grille

(Marriott Hotel)

10 N Ocean Blvd, DB


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




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


Shiitake Asian Bistro

4900 Linton Blvd, #14

DB 561-865-5538

Yama Japanese


200 NE 2nd Ave, DB


Ziree Thai & Sushi

401 W Atlantic Ave, DB




Apeiro Kitchen & Bar

14917 Lyons Rd.

Delray Marketplace


Bistro 241

241 NE 2nd Ave, DB


Blue Anchor

804 E Atlantic Ave, DB


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Boheme Bistro

1118 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


Tapas 35

Mediterranean Tapas Bar

4 E. Atlantic Ave DB


Taverna Opa

270 E Atlantic Ave, DB


Taverna Trela

Greek, Seafood, Sushi

4801 Linton Blvd,

Suite 5B-8B, DB



Ben & Jerry’s

1155 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.


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


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


Caffe Luna Rosa

34 S Ocean Blvd, DB


Carrabba’s Italian Grill

335 E Linton Blvd, DB


Cena Cucina Italiana

9 SE 7th Ave, DB


D’Angelo Pizza Tapas

16950 Jog Road, DB.


Il Bacio Restaurant

& Lounge

29 SE 2nd Ave, DB,


IL Contadino


165 NE 2nd Ave,

Pineapple Grove, DB


Il Girasole

1911 S Federal Hwy, DB,


Mellow Mushroom

25 SE 6th Ave, DB


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


Cabana El Ray

105 E Atlantic Ave, DB


CHE!!! Restaurant

900 E. Atlantic Ave,

On the Intracoastal

DB, 561-562-5111

Papa’s Tapas

259 NE 2nd Ave

Delray Beach, FL 33444

Phone: ( 561) 266-0599


Cabo Flats

Cantina & Tequila Bar

Delray Marketplace

Atlantic Ave & Lyons Rd.

DB 561-499-0378

El Camino

15 NE 2nd Ave, DB.


Hacienda Mexican

Restaurant & Bar, 14820 S

Military Trail, DB.


Rocco’s Tacos &

Tequila Bar

110 E. Atlantic Ave, DB


Senor Burrito

142 SE 6th Ave #E, DB



3rd & 3rd

301 NE 3rd Ave, DB,


Blue Anchor British Pub &


804 E. Atlantic Ave, DB.


Bull Bar Inc

2 E Atlantic Ave, DB



16 E Atlantic Ave, DB


Hurricane Bar & Lounge

640 E Atlantic Ave, DB


N2 Winebar

104 NE 2nd Ave

The Hyatt Place


O’Connors Irish Pub

210 NE 2nd Ave, DB


Delray Hideaway

1045 E Atlantic Ave, Db



40 S Ocean Blvd, DB


Tim Finnegans Irish Pub

2885 S. Federal Hwy, DB

561- 330-3153



50 Ocean

50 S Ocean Blvd, Delray

Beach, FL 33483

(561) 278-3364

City Oyster

213 E Atlantic Ave, DB


Dee Dee’s Conch & Rib

540 W Atlantic Ave, DB


J & J Seafood Bar & Grill

634 E Atlantic Ave, DB


Mussel Beach

501 E Atlantic Ave DB


Racks Fish House

5 SE 2nd Ave, DB,


The Fisherman’s Grill

5199 W. Atlantic Ave, DB



Bagel’s With Deli

1732 S Federal Hwy, DB


Big Al’s Steaks

450 E Atlantic Ave, DB


Brighton Beach Bagel &


14587 S. Military trail

DB, 561-270-3771


450 W Atlantic Ave, DB


Christina’s Restaurant

263 NE 2nd Ave, DB


Conte’s Italian Deli &

Gourmet Market

311 NE 2nd Ave, DB,


Cornell Café Morikami


4000 Morikami Park

Rd, DB


Domino’s Pizza

142 SE 6th Ave, DB


Dunkin Donuts

37 W Atlantic Ave, DB


Famous Market Deli

6570 W Atlantic Ave, DB

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Jersey Mikes Subs

455C NE 5th Ave, DB


Jimmy John’s

Gourmet Sandwiches

1911 S. Federal Hwy

DB, 561-243-1100

Marianne Gourmet

Shop, 803 George Bush

Blvd, DB, 561-278-3349

Nemo’s Fish & Chicken

943 W Atlantic Ave, DB


Sandwiches by the Sea

1214 E Atlantic Ave, DB



301 W Atlantic Ave, DB


Tea-Licious Tearoom

4997 B, W Atalantic Ave,

DB. 561-638-5155

The Café In Paradise

140 NE 2nd Ave, DB


Tony’s Deli

Breakfast, Lunch, Hero’s

301 W. Atlantic Ave

DB, 561-276-1749

Boca raton


13 American Table

451 Palmetto Park Road,

Boca 561-409-2061

Abe & Louis Glades Plaza

2300 W. Glades Road,

Boca 561-447-0024

The Addison

2 E. Camino Real, Boca


Boca Wings & Ribs

2257 North Fed. Highway

Boca 561 391-9110

Boca Muse

7136 Beracasa Way, Boca


Boca Pita Express

7158 Beracasa Way

Boca 561-750-0088

Boston Market

7020 Beracasa Way,

Boca 561-392-2795

Bogart’s Bar &Grille

Muvico Palace 20

3200 Airport Road

Boca 561-544-3044

Brewzzi Glades Plaza

2222 Glades Rd. Boca

561-392-BREW (2739)

Cheesecake Factory

5530 Glades Road.

Boca 561-393-0344

Cottonwood Café

90 Royal Palm Place, Boca


Chops Lobster Bar

101 Plaza Real. Boca


Duffy’s Sports Grill

21212 St Andrews Blvd.

Boca 561-869-0552

Grand Lux Café

Town Ctr Mall, 6000

Glades Road, Boca



1900 N.W. Executive Ctr

Circle. Boca

561-998- 0550

J. Alexander’s

1400 Glades Road. Boca


Kathy’s Gazebo Café

4199 N. Fed. Highway.

Boca 561-395-6033

Kee Grill

17940 N.Military Trail.

Boca 561-995-5044

Lucilles Bad to the

Bone BBQ

3011 Yamato Road

Boca 561-997-9557

Madison’s New York Grill

2006 NW Executive Center

Circle. Boca 561-994-0808


Neiman Marcus at Town

Ctr-5860 Glades Rd. Boca


Max’s Grille

Mizner Park-404 Plaza

Real Boca 561-368-0080

Miller’s Ale House

1200 Yamato Road.

Boca 561-998-9142

Mississippi Sweets BBQ

2399 N Federal Hwy.

Boca 561-394-6779

Morton’s The Steakhouse

Shops at Boca-5050 Town

Ctr Circle Boca


New York Prime

2350 N.W. Executive Ctr

Drive. Boca


Oceans 18

5801 NW 2nd Av Boca


Pavilion Grille

301 Yamato Road, Boca


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

Ruth’s Chris Steak House

225 N.E.Mizner Blvd.,

Boca, 561-392-6746

Seasons 52

2300 N.W.Executive Ctr,

Boca, 561-998-9952

Six Tables

112 N.E. 2cnd St., Boca


Sweet Tomatoes

7110 Beracasa Way,


The Capital Grille

6000 Glades Road,

Boca 561-368-1077

The Grille on Congress

5101 Congress Av. Boca


Yogurt Rendezvous*

*(ORB Kosher) 7150

Beracasa Way, Boca




Bluefin Sushi Thai Grill

861 Yamato Rd. Boca


Boon’s Asian Bistro

19605 SR7.

Boca 561-883-0202

Cay Da Vietnamese

7400 N. Fed. Highway.,

Boca, 561-998-0278

Fah Asian Bistro

Boca Valley Shopping Plaza

-7461 N.Fed Hwy. Boca-


5 Spice Asian Market

Shoppes at Blue Lake

1200 Yamato Rd.



3011 Yamato Road.

Boca 561-999-1263

Kapow Noodle Bar

431 Plaza Real.

Boca 561-347-7311

La Tre

249 E.Palmetto Park Rd.


Lemongrass Asian Bistro

101 Plaza Real South.

Boca 561-544-8181

P.F Chang’s

1400 Glades Rd. Boca


Pei Wei Asian Diner

7152-B Beracasa Way,


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


Yokohama Sushi

60 N Fed. Hwy, Boca.


Yokohama Sushi

9168 Glades Rd. Boca



Bakery of France

625 NE Spanish River

Blvd., Boca 561-361-4490

Bistro Provence

2399 N.Fed. Highway.



Brio Tuscan Grille

5050 Town Center Circle.

Boca 561-392-0344

Casa D’Angelo

171 E Palmetto Park Rd.

Boca. 561-996-1234

Cote France Café

100K Plaza Real South,

Boca. 561-955-6021

Casimir French Bistro

416 Via De Palmas #81,

Royal Palm Place, Boca,


Josef’s Table

5030 Champion Blvd.

Boca 561-353-2700


5024 N. Fed Hwy.


Georgetown Plaza,


Le Rivage

450 N.E.20th St.


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

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dining | guide

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


Tanzy Restaurant

Mizner Park

301 Plaza Real

Boca 561-922-6699

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 561-347-6600

La Rosa Nautica

515 NE 20th St. Boca,


Rocco’s Tacos

5250 Town Center Circle.

Boca 561-416-2131


Bonefish Grill

21065 Powerline Road.

Boca 561-483-4949

City Fish Market

7940 Glades Road.

Boca 561-487-1600


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


Meals On The Move, Inc.

561-488-9665 www.

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misc | ask the petxpert

BY Bill Piechocki and Dr. Diane Sudduth, DVM

How Do I Choose the Best

Possible Food for My Pet?

From the dawn of time, every living creature on this vast planet

strives to satisfy a need to simply survive. They all need food and

water to fuel their very existence. Foods are multipurpose tools,

that supply well-being with metabolic energy in the form of vitamins,

minerals, enzymes, hormones and frequency, while at the same time

removing metabolic waste such as dead cells and tissue, undigested debris,

harmful toxins and pathogens such as bacteria and parasites. Like

humans, every family of animals has very specific functions and needs

in their dietary requirements.

In our modern, human lifestyle, we often miss the ecological balance

that surrounds us on a daily basis. Sometimes referred to as the chain of

life, we have a plethora of living things that are all a part of a symbiotic

system that is life. Every living thing has very specific food requirements

to thrive in optimal health. However, we often overlook that the body

can still survive and exist without these requirements being met. This is

the root of most disease and results in the body being less than optimal.

As pet parents, we have an obligation to provide those in our care

with foods that will provide the greatest benefits for our pets and not to

be for the convenience of our lifestyle. In nature, there are no processed

or cooked foods, no supplements or additives, and no drugs or medicine.

However, living bodies have an innate mechanism that ultimately

guides them to the specific foods to optimize their health.

We have been indoctrinated into believing that we are incapable of

providing an optimal life to our pets without the “expertise” of food and

medical service companies. Remember dog and cat food, puppy and kitten

formulas do not exist in nature. Immunity to disease comes from

the environment, not from an unnatural vaccine or pill. Optimal health

comes from eating clean, nutritionally dense, species specific foods. In

carnivores like our dogs and cats, those foods need to be animal based.

That is what their digestive metabolism is designed to utilize.

The wild canine family is comprised of biologically opportunistic carnivores

meaning they will eat both fresh and previously killed prey as

an opportunistic scavenger. They are not a scavenger of fresh or dead

plants, which is what most pet foods are made of. In nature, they consume

the whole animal parts of their prey including organs, bones,

tendons, muscles, and fats, but leave the plant-based stomach content.

They know this instinctively. They also hunt various foods based on

their nutritional needs.

Our pets give us unconditional love in return for us providing them

with all their needs. They deserve for us to be informed and educated

in what their true requirements are for optimal health. Just as a hummingbird

will travel thousands of miles seasonally to get the nectar it

needs for its health and life; our pets need us to source their foods appropriately.

We must also be aware that the food sources in the pet food

that we feed were also fed a species appropriate clean diet so that it will

be balanced in appropriate nutrients.

Nature’s system is simple and instinctive in providing optimal life.

Today’s marketing and processing has made it complex with many pets’

lives being compromised from food manufacturers creating financial

opportunities through more processed solutions. Let’s keep it simple.

You are truly in control of optimizing your pets’ happiness and health.

There are many passionate advocates and sources out there to help.

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 www. or 800-940-7387. Call us for a free consultation or stop by

or call Fiesta Pet Deli, 954-971-2500, we would be more than happy to help.



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Bennet waiting to Exhale

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