Atlantic Ave Magazine - February 2020







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8 From the Editor

88 City People

Sarah Crane


10 In The News

22 Under The Spotlight

26 Delray Under $50

28 Happenings


34 On The Ave

38 In The Pineapple Grove Arts District


43 Gotta Know

44 Gotta See

46 Gotta Hear

48 Gotta Read

50 Concerts


54 Pain Relief

Sports Chiropractic And You

56 Dermatology

Love Your Lips

58 Body Beautiful

Plateau Breaking


60 Delray Beach Open

10-Day Event with World Class Tennis

62 Delray GreenMarket

Your Saturday Morning Destination

64 Feinstein Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery

Concierge Care Without The Fare

66 Kahn’s of Orchard Street

The Right Fit for Every Body

68 Seaside Builders

Creating Miracles From The Ground Up

70 Beachcomber Art

A Museum Of Creativity In A City of Sand

72 Massage Heights

A Culture Of Calm

74 European Wax Center

A Variety Of Services for All Your Waxing Needs

76 All Dry USA

Here We GROW Again

78 Hearing Partners Of South Florida

Improving Lives One At A Time

80 Price Flooring

Floors And A Lot More

82 Delray Dermatology + Cosmetic Center

What’s New At Delray Dermatology!

84 Seed Workspace Delray

Planting The Seeds Of Productivity


92 What RU Wearing ®


102 Scuola Vecchia

The True Essence Of Eating Italian Pizza

104 Recipe

Pumpkin Ravioli Al La Julietta


106 Guide


114 PetXpert

What Is Really In Pet Foods?

115 Pet Spotlight


116 Brain Teasers

Crossword Puzzle, Sudoko And Enigma

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David Mizen


Yvette Roulette

Contributing Editors

Diane Feen, Nicol Jenkins, Lisa Marie, Tom Craig

Art Director

Fabio Passere



Eduardo Passere

Senior Account Executive

Harvey Lustig


Melissa Korman

Tom Craig

Office Contact

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Delray Beach, FL. 33483

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from the


All you need


February in Delray Beach is full of ways to show your

sweetheart love.

Besides all the wonderful places you can visit with your

sweetie, there is also “love” as in tennis! The Delray Beach

Open kicks off Valentine’s Day, February 14th and lasts 10

wonderful days bringing in some of the best tennis players

in the world! And our very own Coco Gauff will be playing an exhibition

game for her hometown fans!

Love a good game? Well you’re in luck! With Superbowl LIV being

hosted in Miami, there are lots of local events in our “backyard” hosted

by the Delray Development Agency and Old School Square to keep you

busy – and for those not interested in the game there are fashions shows

from local merchants to attend also!

Need a date for Valentine’s Day? You’re in luck! There is a charity

bachelor/bachelorette auction benefitting the Joe DiMaggio Children’s

Hospital Foundation being held on February 12 at Alluring Image

Medspa. Proceeds from the auction will be donated to help assist

children and families in their time of need.

Love on a budget? We can help! Our Delray Under $50 regular feature

suggests a few ways to woo your date without breaking the bank.

More information on all of the above can be found inside – Locals

Only, Happenings, Gotta Know and throughout the issue.

Our All America City is full of things to do, see, and indulge with your

favorite person.

LOVE is all you need

Wherever you


and whatever

you do,

be in love.

— Rumi


Yvette roulette, editor

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Award-Winning Teachers

Alan Geppert, rOLLING Green Elementary

Barbara Callahan, ForeST Park Elementary


Cathy Viola, Poinciana STEM Elementary

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Celebrate Love

all Month!

strong community begins from within, so when a local business,

teams up with law enforcement and a local nonprofit


focused on education, everyone wins. Sharing a like-mindedness

of strengthening our schools, students, teachers and community

is what brought them all together!

That is why Shamrock Restoration is excited to partner with

the manpower of The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Explorers

to raise money for local nonprofit Roots and Wings this

year. Fundraising will begin at Garlic Fest.

Roots and Wings is a Delray Beach-based 501(c)(3) charlocals

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2020 Candidates Forum

Couple’s Day Retreat...

Private 90 Minute Essential Oil Massage

Neroli & Raw Cacao Facial for Her

Earl Grey Scrub for Him

$479 for two sauna retreat included

Give the gift of Thermae...

$149 choose:

90 Min Hot Bamboo or Essential Oil

Massage with singing bowls tuned to the

heart or Heart opening Geranium Body

Scrub & Earth Clay warm wrap

plus sauna retreat: detoxing infrared

saunas | hot stone finnish sauna

meditation space | outdoor garden, tea,

filtered water, robes, towels & slippers

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The Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce invites the

community to attend the 2020 Candidates Forum at Arts

Garage on Wednesday, February 26th from 6-9pm. Find out

firsthand the candidates priorities for the City of Delray Beach.

Would you like to submit a question to be considered, submit

your question via email by February 19th to:

For more details:

Local Business Partners

with Law Enforcement to

Raise Money for Local



gift cards available online

now located behind Anuttara Yoga

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

more than a typical day spa

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Nurture Your Child’s

S-STEAm at St. Joe’s

Spirituality – Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math


to learn more about St. Joe’s

Your School for Educational Excellence!

locals only | in the neWS

ity started by Ted Hoskinson in 2016. Born of a dream Ted

and his late wife Anne shared to help educate local children,

Ted and his team now provide tutoring, financial support and

teacher recognition for Title One public elementary students

and teachers in Boca Raton, Delray Beach and Boynton Beach.

Shamrock Restoration is proud to sponsor Roots and Wings

and will have their 15’ x 15’ fastpitch which will be free for all

who want to play. Donations will be gratefully welcomed with

100% of proceeds helping Roots and Wings programs. Garlic

Fest is February 8th and 9th. Visit or

Contacts and Cocktails

The Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce

volunteers manning the desk at the entrance

Contacts and Cocktails was held at the Courtyard by Marriott

at 132 SE 6th Ave., Delray Beach at the roof top pool and bar.

Women of Pineapple Grove

Small Business Owners


Saint Joseph’s Episcopal School

3300-B South Seacrest Boulevard

Boynton Beach, Florida 33435


(Infant through 8th Grade)

November 19, 2019 was the 1st Annual Wine Walk – benefitting

SetUp “Inspiring Women to Inspire Girls” and they

raised an impressive $2,000.

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Additional terms may apply. Participation may vary;

please visit for general terms and

conditions. © 2020 EWC Franchise, LLC. All rights

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Does Media Influence


Have you ever wondered if or how media influences policy?

The February speaker for the Interfaith Cafe will address

this issue and lead a discussion of this important topic. Judy

Goodman, P.A. has been involved in public policy issues as an adjunct

professor of health care law at Florida Atlantic University

and has worked as a Special Prosecutor with the Office of the

State Attorney.

Join others of diverse religious backgrounds on Thursday,

February 20, 2020 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. for this relevant conversation

and light refreshments at the South County Civic Center,

16700 Jog Road, Delray Beach.

Alluring Image Medspa

Charity Love Auction



Join Alluring Image

Medspa in celebrating

love. The love of being

single! On Wednesday,

February 12th

from 6-9pm, Alluring

Image Medspa & Wellness

located at 90 SE 4th Ave, Delray Beach, will be auctioning

eight beautiful single men and women. The proceeds from the

auction will benefit Joe Dimaggio’s Children’s Hospital. Come

and enjoy music, cocktails, lite bites and lots of flirtatious fun, all

for a great cause!

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Boca Raton Branch

National League of

American Pen Women

Join Marlene Klotz, Vera Hirschhorn, Mimi Paris, and Dayle

Herstick for a presentation on the life and poetry of several

African American Poets.

Sunday, February 2, 2020 at 2 pm at theDelray Beach Library,

100 West Atlantic Avenue. Call (561) 266-0196 to preregister.


Delray Chamber Leads

Group Generates more than

$165,000 in Gross Dollar

Sales Among Members


The Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce boasts many

reasons why a business might want to join and participate

but one of the organization’s Leads Groups, the Delray Business

Partners, can give thousands of reasons why it would be more

than worth joining.

Leads Groups are entities within the Chamber comprised

of local business people who share a simple belief—that they

can be more successful together than on their own. Through

leads, referrals, opportunities, sharing of best practices and

encouraging each other through common experiences, each

group builds a network of trust and confidence that helps its

members thrive.

Under the leadership of Jan Kinder, Chair of Delray Business

Partners, the group has set a record for collaboration with one

another. During 2019, the 35 members of the Delray Business

Partners generated more than $165,000 of gross sales dollars

by doing business with one another as well as by referring their

colleagues in the group to other potential clients.

According to Ms. Kinder, “Chamber leads groups allow members

to develop strong relationships with their counterparts in

a variety of other businesses. The friendship, trust, and support

that is cultivated among its members lends to business

and personal growth for all involved. At each meeting, members

are encouraged to exchange business leads—potential

clients or customers for other members of the group. In effect,

their contacts become your contacts; their customers can become

your customers. Members also rotate making short presentations

about their businesses.”

For more information about the Greater Delray Chamber of

Commerce, contact Kristopher Fisher, Membership Director at

(561) 278-0424, or visit their website at

For information on the Delray Business Partners

Leads group visit

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Game On - Delray

Beach Plans A

Super Week Of

Fashion, Football

& Fun For January

29-February 2

As South Florida hosts the Big Game,

Delray Beach does it in style! A super

week of fashion, football and fun means

game on in downtown Delray Beach with

events planned by the Downtown Development

Authority in conjunction with Old

School Square.


Delray Beach SUPER Fashion Week –

January 29 – February 2

Join us for exciting fashion shows and

events throughout downtown Delray Beach.

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Old School Square Super Pep Rally –

Friday, January 31

Local high school marching bands, cheerleaders,

meet-and-greet with NFL Alumni,

and local football legends, concert, tailgate

games, food & beverage vendors available

on- site Swim & Active Wear Fashion Show

at Old School Square Park and Pavilion, 51

N. Swinton Avenue, from 6PM-10:30PM.

FREE, family friendly event.

Celebrate the Big Game 2020

Sunday, February 2

Brunching, Shopping, & Community

Watch Party with 13ft x 27ft screen for

watching the Big Game at Old School Square

Park, 51 N Swinton Ave. All day – brunching

and shopping. The Community Watch Party

is from 4PM-10PM. FREE to attend (donations

to Old School Square welcome). Free

Parking at all Downtown Garages.

For more information please visit www.

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In their own words

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The London Lounge

BY Jennifer Miller

Hi, my name is Jennifer Miller and I am a native New

Yorker, but for the last seven years I have been living

in West Palm Beach with my husband Michael and

our daughter London. Like my husband, I am a wine and

cigar enthusiast. I’m a wine connoisseur and my husband

has been in the cigar world for many years. So we decided

to combine our two passions, and what better way than to

open a cigar bar, which we did on N Federal Hwy in Delray

Beach. We named our bar The London Lounge, after our

daughter London. As a family run business, for us it’s all

about painting the perfect picture and creating an ultimate

cigar smoking experience. Smoking a cigar is all about the

feeling, the atmosphere and the overall experience. The

London Lounge is a gem in Delray Beach where we can

offer help and advice on all of your cigar needs. Can you

remember your first cigar? What are your favorites? Please

come by and share your experiences with us and join our

extended family. For more details and list of events, check

out our Instagram Page: londonlounge_


Hope to see you soon!

The London Lounge

2725 N Federal Hwy

Delray Beach, FL 33483

(561) 808-7138



2535 SE Ranch Acres Cir - Jupiter Farms

Privacy is yours in this breathtaking home,

Rustic Elegance meets Resort Living. Over 5

acres in secluded guard gated countryside

community of Ranch Colony.

Asking $3,950,000

740 Lake Shore Drive

Total remodel on a large corner lot in the

Lake Ida Neighborhood. Every item personally

chosen to reflect a coastal modern feel. Room

to spread out with 4 Bedrooms, 4 baths.

Asking $1,699,000


3504 SE 1st Street - Boynton Beach

This home is truly a gem! One of it’s kind in the

whole neighborhood! Huge floor plan, with a

garden apartment and plenty of privacy. Huge

backyard, pool, and a full built in outdoor kitchen

Asking $699,000

117 Marlin Dr - Ocean Ridge

New Construction home to be built on gorgeous

waterfront lot, 100’ of water frontage. 4 - 5

bed, 4 1/2 bath home built by Bella Homes and

designed by Architect Richard Jones.

Asking $3,495,000

217 Gulfstream Blvd - Boynton Beach

Spectacular new construction home with a

modern beach feel. Architect Randall Stofft

design. Light & bright open floor plan features

garages for 4 cars, 6 bedrooms, plus a loft area!

Asking $1,695,000

236 NE 9th Street - Delray Beach

Just minutes from downtown and beaches. 3

bed/2 bth, single family home

in Dell Ida Park, New roof,

Spectacular tropical, private backyard.

Asking $694,900

300 NW 22nd Street

New Bella Homes modern masterpiece. Just

finished, with spectacular attention to detail.

Resort style pool, loggia and summer kitchen.

Located in the Lake Ida Neighborhood.

Asking $3,295,000


318 Palm Trail - Delray Beach

Great Florida home on Palm Trail, one of

Delray’s most desirable and serene streets.

A short walk to the Ave, restaurants and

shopping. Elegant ranch home is a rare find.

Asking $1,495,000

608 SE 3rd Ave

Opportunity knocks! Located in the heart of the

fast growing trendy Osceola Park, completely

remodeled charming duplex ,6 blocks from

Atlantic Ave, minutes to the beach,

Asking $649,000



809 NE 1st St E5

Perfect little 2/2. Delray Beach condo only a

block from Atlantic Ave, and short stroll to

beach. First floor home is a perfect winter

getaway, or permanent oasis.

Asking $469,900

214 Enfield Rd - Price adjusted

A great deal in the Lake Ida neighborhood!

Adorable cottage style home. Move in ready,

new kitchen w/ stainless appliances, lots of curb

appeal. Bright freshly painted interior. Garage!

Asking $460,000

4695 Sherwood Forest

Beautifully remodeled home in quiet gated, tree

lined street community just minutes from the

heart of Atlantic Ave. Three bedroom, 2 bath

open floor plan with high ceilings.

Asking $389,900


315 NW 22nd Street - Delray Beach

Live on vacation year round! Renovated in

2013, this expansive waterfront home, with a

charming coastal vibe, is a fantastic house for

entertaining. 5 Bedrooms, 4 full Baths.

Asking $2,450,000

1219 NE 8th Ave

Stroll to the beach and the avenue from this

stunning and well designed Mediterranean East

Delray townhome. This unique property lives like

a single family residence. One of only two units.

Asking $1,395,000

285 SE 6th Ave B-Delray Beach

Stunning townhome just 2 blocks

from Atlantic Ave, 3 bed/3bath

Asking $614,900

810 N Swinton Ave

Gorgeous new construction with high end modern

features & finishes. Built by Bella Homes, this

home is a truly amazing showpiece! 4 Bedrooms +

loft, 4 ½ baths. Soaring 22’ & 10’ ceilings.

Asking $2,350,000

225 NE 22nd Street - Delray Beach

.75 Acre lot can be divided into 3 lots.

Very close to Atlantic Ave

and the Historical District.

Asking $1,265,000


3405 Lago De Talavera - Wellington

Welcome to your Private Oasis Home! Located

on one of the largest lots in La Talavera this 3

bedroom, 3.1 bathroom home offers endless

comfort while still giving you a luxurious feel.

Asking: $599,900

161/173 SE 5th Ave

Prime real estate opportunity in downtown

Delray Beach. Two buildings, consisting of

9 units total, 5 1/1, 4 large studios, coin laundry,

tons of parking, fully rented.

Asking $2,149,000

520 N Swinton Avenue - Delray Beach

Spectacular contemporary Key West-inspired

estate blocks from downtown Delray Beach.

Upgrades include brand new roof, new A/C and

new hurricane impact glass window system.

Asking $1,129,000


530 NE 34th Street 1-2 - Pompano Bch.

Fully occupied duplex

in Pompano Beach. Producing

$36,000 gross income!

Asking $495,000




235 NE 1st Street 405 - Delray Beach

Perfectly situated in the Heart of Pineapple

Grove, walk to trendy Atlantic Ave, shops,

restaurants, and fitness centers. Freshly painted

and ready for it’s new owner.

Asking $399,000

249 NE 9th St - Delray Beach

2/1 with carport. Delray bungalow is Located on

a highly desired Street. This property is perfect

for somebody looking to renovate or build their

dream home. Close to downtown and beaches.

Asking $379,000

233 NW 5th Ave - Delray Beach

Location, Location! Walking distance from the

heart of Atlantic Ave and just a few minutes

from the beach. Three bedroom, two bathroom

single family home has so much to offer.

Asking $279,900

locals only | delray under $50

By Darien Davies

Delray Under $50

Most Fun Small Town, Most Crazy Small Town, Most Small Town that Feels

Like a Big Town. Delray has it all. With a bustling downtown, Pineapple

Grove area, and little nooks and crannies in between, there’s more

to do in Delray now than ever, with events and happenings

spanning from daytime to nighttime. While it can

seem expensive at times, there’s a great

opportunity to enjoy all the City has to offer

without breaking the bank. Here’s what you can

do in Delray Beach in February for $50 or less.

If you are a starving artist, you’re doing it right. If you are a

successful and thriving artist, you’re doing it best. February

is International Expect Success Month and is a perfect time

to check out some artists who are creating their own successful

future. The Cornell Art Museum presents the Fourth Annual

Spring Art on the Square Fine Art Show, which is a two-day premiere

juried outdoor gallery featuring extraordinary, original art

works from more than 120 fine artists and fine craft artists from

around the country. You can expect to find one-of-a-kind paintings,

ceramics, fiber art, jewelry, metal work, photography, woodwork

and multi-media sculpture. The Museum front lawn and

Old School Square grounds will be transformed into an exciting

outdoor gallery, and art collectors, enthusiasts and beauty lovers

are welcome to view unique pieces of art and possibly rub

elbows with the artists themselves. As if it could get any better,

there’s also live music for your perusing enjoyment. The show is

held Saturday, February 8 and Sunday, February 9 from 10 m to

5pm and admission is free. The Cornell Art Museum is located at

51 N. Swinton Ave. Visit or call (561)

243-7922 for more information.

Head to the usual bar or learn something new? Waste time

on the sofa or take an artistic journey? Eat frozen leftovers

or head out and have an active night of relaxation? Yep,

you guessed it, the latter option wins on all accounts. International

Networking Week is February 3 through 7 and is a great time

to get out there and not only do some fun anti-lame-networkingevent

networking of your own, but to also help local artists grow

and expand their reach. The First Friday Art Walk is the perfect

event for all the aforementioned goodies. Held Friday, February

7, you’re invited to explore the heart and soul of Delray’s art

scene on a self-guided tour. You can enjoy art galleries and working

studios while you meet with many of local talented artists.

You’ll be able to navigate your way around Downtown Delray and

experience a myriad of art styles through Atlantic Avenue, Pineapple

Grove, The Set and Artists Alley, including Space of Mind

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Schoolhouse, Delray ART, Arts Warehouse, Delray Beach Gallery,

and more. The event is free and super flexible, meaning that you

can start wherever and whenever you’d like, and stop by any of

the local restaurants and bars for a refreshing cocktail or appetizer.

Invite your friends and go crazy making an artsy night. Your

lazy self will thank your out-of-the-box self. The First Friday Art

Walk is located throughout the downtown’s various art scenes.

Visit or call (561) 243-1077 for

more information.


It’s that time of the year again where

Florida isn’t sure if it’s winter, spring

or summer. Regardless, it’ll be sunny,

and sun brings the heat. Instead of cooling

down at the beach again, take a seat

in the shade and sip your refreshing

cocktail while you watch others sweat

it out. February is Beat the Heat

Month and you’re invited to do

just that at the Delray Beach

Open. Held at the Delray Beach

Tennis Center, the Open is the

world’s only ATP Champions

Tour and ATP 250 event featuring

legends and top-ranked

ATP stars. Not only can you expect

to see tennis stars including

Juan Martin Del Potro, Nick

Kyrgios, Kei Nishikori and more,

there’s also a special exhibition

match between Coco

Gauff and Estela Perez-

Somarriba at 7pm on

Saturday, February

15. (Needless to

say, that’s gococo


ing to be a great - and packed - match.) So, grab some tickets,

enjoy your seats, and don’t sweat the yellow tennis ball stuff.

The Open’s events are held Friday, February 14 through Sunday,

February 23 and tickets start at $40 for standard admission.

The Delray Beach Tennis Center is located at 201 W.

Atlantic Ave. Visit or call (561)

330-6000 for more information and tickets.

One trend that is taking shape so far in 2020 is more

people are going green. There’s Impossible Burgers

on almost every menu, plant-based diets are all the

rage, and there’s more attention being paid to the environment.

All of this is great and needs to be continued. National

Green Week is (confusingly) held the first full week

in February through April, so is technically celebrated any

week in February. If you’re not sure where to start, don’t

sweat it. Just grab your bike and reusable bag and head to

the Delray Beach GreenMarket. This open-air marketplace

boasts more than 65 premier food vendors featuring farmto-fork

produce, just-picked citrus, tropical fruit and juice,

farm fresh eggs, raw milk and butter, artisan cheese and

jams, fragrant baked goods, gluten-free and vegan products,

fresh cut flowers, plants and other unique gourmet

fare. The best part is that all this food is locally grown, and

since you’re not using plastic bags to carry your goods, it’s

a double green win. The GreenMarket is held every Saturday

from 9am until 2pm and there’s also live music for your

shopping pleasure. Going green has never been more fun.

The Delray Beach GreenMarket is located at 51 N. Swinton

Ave. Visit or call (561) 276-7511 for

more information.

Yes, February is all about love, chocolate-covered

strawberries, compliments and roses. A relationship

between two people is wonderful, but let’s not forget

about the best relationship you can have: the one with

yourself. February is Relationship Wellness Month and even

if your Valentine’s Day is already booked with that special

someone, take (at least) one day out of the month to celebrate

yourself. Going solo can be invigorating and can open

some conversation doors that would otherwise be closed if

you were palling around with someone. Start the day at the

beach, go for a walk on the sand and put your toes in the water.

When you’re thirsty, head to Sandwiches by the Sea and

indulge in one of their famous yogurt shakes. Take a stroll

over to Veteran’s Park and grab a seat by the Intracoastal

and unwind as you watch the boats pass by. From there,

continue your journey downtown and head to El Camino

for a margarita and some guacamole, salsa and chips. If you

can score a seat right by the sidewalk, you’re in prime location

for some people watching. Once you’ve had your fill,

stroll over to Arts Warehouse and hang out with some local

artists and see some of the loveliest sights in town. Since

you’re so close, stop by Bedner’s Farm Fresh Market and get

yourself a rosemary or basil plant for your window at home.

End your lovely, party-of-one day with a glass of wine at the

upstairs bar at Elisabetta’s, and toast to a day well done. Visit or call (561) 243-1077

for restaurant locations and more information.

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8 Stayin’ Alive – 8pm. STAYIN’ ALIVE

is the largest and most definitive production

of its kind, offering big screen

video clips, photos, and dazzling imlocals

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3the cocktail cabaret


MusicWorks presents Joan Osborne5


Biscuit Miller and the Mix

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1-29 Shark Feeding – Tues-Sat -

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

– Wed & Sat 1pm. Stingray Feeding

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


1-29 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 Troy Anderson: A Tribute to

Louis Armstrong – 8-10pm. Jazz.

This performance is based on the music

of the Jazz legend Louis Armstrong and

his Hot Five Band. Tickets $35-$45. Arts

Garage, 561-450-6357,

1-Feb 16 Some Enchanted Evening

– Multiple Performances. By

the time Richard Rodgers and Oscar

Hammerstein first worked together in

1943, both had already made legendary

contributions to the American Musical

Theatre. But when they teamed up to

create a show called OKLAHOMA, musical

alchemy turned into pure magic as

one success led to another: Their songs

have helped to swell The Great American

Songbook more generously than

any composers since Irving Berlin and

George Gershwin.;


1 Secrets Travel Agents Don’t

Want You to Know About – Free

event. 4-6pm. During this free workshop,

you’ll receive insider information

from the pros: from how to pick the

right hotel, when to get the best deals,

figuring out logistics, climate info, and

the things that will make your trip to

Italy everything you expected and more.

Nada’s Italy - 877.959.8365. 119 NE 2nd

Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33444.

2 Boca Raton Branch National

League of American Pen Women –

2pm. Join Marlene Klotz, Vera Hirschhorn,

Mimi Paris, and Dayle Herstick for a presentation

on the life and poetry of several

African American Poets. The Delray

Beach Library, 100 West Atlantic Avenue.

Call (561) 266-0196 to preregister. Free.

3 The Cocktail cABAret – 8pm. An

upbeat, stylish, intimate musical cabaret,

reminiscent of vintage Vegas! The

70-minute musical revue features a

combo of live original music and wellknown

stylized and re-imagined modern

standards. “The HOTTEST 6:00

p.m. show on the Strip” features four

Broadway-caliber powerhouse singers

and a four-piece band led by renowned

concert pianist Philip Fortenberry. Old

School Square, 51 N. Swinton Ave 561-

243-7922 ext 1,

4 Comedy Night – 8-10pm. A Hilariously

Good Time. Try your hand at

stand-up, sing a comedic tune, or tap

into your literary side with a funny poem

during an hour of open mic. Two regional

stand-up comedians take the stage in

the second hour to close the night with

gut-busting laughs. Tickets $5 for patrons

| Free for performers. Arts Garage,


4-5 Chai Fidelity: Our fAvorite

Jewish Songs And The Stories

Behind Them – 2pm. Be here at the

Delray Beach Playhouse, as the PinkSlip

Duo sings their favorite Jewish songs,

from biblical to modern times (from

Isaiah to Arlo!), in English, Yiddish, Hebrew,

and Ladino. Accompanying the

songs are fascinating stories and slides

that include carefully researched facts,

as well as heartfelt revelations about

Joan’s long search for lost family in Europe

and her personal connections to

the songs – all accompanied by stimulating

commentary, slides, live music,

and lyrics for sing-along. DelrayBeach-; 561-272-1281.

5 MusicWorks presents Joan Osborne

– 8pm. Joan Osborne has rightfully

earned a reputation as one of the

great voices of her generation -- both

a commanding, passionate performer

and a frank, emotionally evocative

songwriter. A multi-platinum selling recording

artist and seven-time Grammy

nominee, the soulful vocalist is a highly

sought-after collaborator who has performed

alongside Stevie Wonder, Bob

Dylan, Luciano Pavarotti, Emmylou

Harris, Taj Mahal, and Mavis Staples,

to name a few. Old School Square, 51 N.

Swinton Ave 561-243-7922 ext 1,

6 Poetry Open Mic Night – 8-11pm.

Delray’s Poetry Open Mic Night. Calling

all poets, writers, and lyricists! Join us

for a night of linguistic word play. This

is your opportunity to step up to the mic

and share your gift for words in front of

a welcome audience. First Thursday of

every month. Established and new poets,

rappers, and writers of all genres

are welcome. Tickets $5 for patrons |

Free for performers. Arts Garage, 561-


7 Between the Lines Art Exhibit

Opening Reception – 6-8pm. Opening

Reception. Free Event. Join us for

Happy Hour from 5-7pm and enjoy

the art at the opening of the BETWEEN

THE LINES EXHIBITION featuring local

emerging artists Amanda Foor and Gail

Butters Cohen. The event is free! Arts

Garage, 561-450-6357,

7 Biscuit Miller and the Mix –

8-10pm. Blues, Soul, and Funk. Biscuit

is known for his high energy shows and

blazing million dollar smile. He is a born

entertainer and is at home on the stage

where he connects with his audience

through a fun and funky approach to

the blues. But don’t let the fun and food

songs fool you! This is a dedicated group

of musicians with an amazing depth of

talent. Tickets $35-$45. Arts Garage,



8 “Romantic Italy” – Best Honeymoon

& Anniversary Destinations –

Free event. 4-6pm. 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.

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Annual Spring Art on the Square 2020

agery, and offers to their audiences the

songs and sights of a full Bee Gees play

list, singing blockbusters such as Night

Fever, Jive Talkin, How Deep Is Your

Love, You Should be Dancing, Nights on

Broadway, and Staying Alive. Old School

Square, 51 N. Swinton Ave 561-243-

7922 ext 1,

9 Music at St. Paul’s presents The

Flute’s gArden of Delights – 3pm

(pre-concert conversation with Anne

Timberlake at 2:30pm). $20 suggested

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

Episcopal Church is handicapped accessible.

For more information, visit http://

9 Albino Mbie – 7-8:30pm. Afro-Jazz.

The concert “Celebrating life” will mark

and mean a new chapter to Albino Mbie’s

career. In this concert, Albino Mbie and

his band will bring music from his first

Album “Mozambican Dance” to pre-3rd

album release. Tickets $30-$40. Arts Garage,


9-10 4th Annual Spring Art on

the Square 2020 – Signature Cornell

Art Museum Fundraiser. Saturday

10am-5pm and Sunday 10am-4pm. The

Cornell Art Museum presents an outdoor,

juried fine art show featuring fine

artists in all media by 150 artists from

around the country. The front lawn of

the Cornell Art Museum and Old School

Square’s center grounds will transform

into an exciting outdoor gallery with

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live music and a Hospitality Lounge.

Free admission; Special $5 Admission to

Cornell Art Museum. Old School Square,

51 N. Swinton Ave 561-243-7922 ext 1,

10-11 Broadway Cabaret Series

- Lilias White – From Brooklyn

to Broadway - Lilias White made her

Broadway debut in Barnum. She has also

appeared on Broadway in Cats, Carrie,

Dreamgirls, Once on This Island, How

to Succeed in Business Without Really

Trying, Chicago, and Fela! (Tony Award

nomination). In Cy Coleman’s and Ira

Gasman’s The Life, she won the Tony

Award, Drama Desk Award and Outer

Critics Circle Award for her portrayal

of a world-weary, no-nonsense hooker














named Sonya. Old School Square, 51 N.

Swinton Ave 561-243-7922 ext 1,

10-20 The Best of All Possible

Worlds: Leonard Bernstein on

Broadway – Musical Memories Series.

Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday, 2 &

7:30 p.m.; Thursday (2/13), 2 p.m. and

Thursday (2/20), 2 & 7:30 p.m. Universally

acknowledged as one of the greatest

classical and operatic conductors of

the 20th Century, Leonard Bernstein

also composed some of Broadway’s

most popular musicals, including the

ON THE TOWN (“New York, New York,”

“Lucky to Be Me,” “I Can Cook Too” and

“Some Other Time”), WONDERFUL

TOWN (“It’s Love!,” “One Hundred Ways









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to Lose a Man” and “Ohio”), CANDIDE

(“Glitter and Be Gay,” “Make My Garden

Grow” and “The Best of All Possible

Worlds”) and WEST SIDE STORY (“Maria,”

“Something’s Coming,” “America,” “I

Feel Pretty,” “Tonight,” “A Boy Like That”

and “Somewhere”). He also wrote songs

for PETER PAN (“Dream With Me”) and

the exquisite “A Simple Song” with Steven

Schwartz. Tickets $35 (adults); $15

(students); $25 (groups). elrayBeach-; 561-272-1281.

11 Arts gArage All Arts Open Mic

Night – 8pm-11pm. Are you an inspiring

artist, writer, or musician who is

itching for a spot in the limelight? Well

now is your chance to shine! Arts Garage

presents our ALL ARTS OPEN MIC

NIGHT. If you’ve been working on a song,

a poem, a rap, or a riff that you want to

show off, this is the place for you. Take

the stage and perform your talent while

your friends cheer you on. This is your

chance to own the spotlight. Tickets $5

for patrons | Free for performers. Arts

Garage, 561-450-6357,

12 A Haitian Music Series: Jean

CharDAvoine – 6-8pm. Jazz. Haitian

born but Brooklyn bred, an amazingly

talented artist thus, enabling Chardavoine

to be a refined professional.

He’s well known around New York for

his association with the late Grammy

Award winner Flutist “Dave Valentin”

last year he had the privilege of playing

at Aretha Franklin’s birthday bash in

New York with the Tito Puente Jr orchestra.

Tickets $25. Arts Garage, 561-450-


13 Open Readings – Free to the public

– Calling all writers of fiction, nonfiction,

& poetry. Enjoy making new friends in

a Literary Gathering! Come to listen or

sign up to read from an original work

(published or unpublished). All levels

are welcome. Participants read for

10–15 minutes. After the readings there

is a short OPEN DISCUSSION which is

not a critique session. The purpose is

to encourage one another to continue

writing. Refreshments served. Moderator:

Cathi Hill; Assistant Moderator, Lori

Meyers; Organizers: Barbara Cronie,

Program Instructor, The Writers’ Colony,

Bobbie Kotler, The Writers’ Colony. The

second Thursday evening of the month

from 6:30pm–8:30pm at The Crest Theatre.

Do not have to call to read. Walk-ins

welcome. Call: 305-393-0386 for info.

13 MusicWorks presents Al Stewart

– 8pm. Al Stewart came to stardom

as part of the legendary British folk

revival in the sixties and seventies and

developed the combination of folk-rock


songs with delicately woven tales of

the great characters and events from

history. Stewart has 19 studio albums

between Bedsitter Images in 1967 and

Sparks of Ancient Light in 2008, plus the

live album Uncorked with Dave Nachmanoff

in 2009. Old School Square, 51

N. Swinton Ave 561-243-7922 ext 1,

15 Lenore Raphael - A Tribute to

the Oscar Peterson/Milt Jackson

Trio – 8-10pm. Jazz. Lenore Raphael

(piano) is a world-renowned Steinway

artist. She recently recorded and was

added to the Steinway Spirio catalogue

of the world’s greatest pianists. She has

toured with such notable musicians as

Clark Terry, Howard Alden, Jon Hendricks

and critics have compared her

hard swinging style to the great Oscar

Peterson. Tickets $35-$45. Arts Garage,


15 “Be My Italian vAlentine” –

Singles Mixer – Free event. 4-6pm. Mix

& mingle with others who love Italy

as much as you do. Invite your single

friends for a fun and casual social in

downtown Delray Beach. Enjoy a complimentary

glass of Prosecco and get to

know wonderful people. Space is limited

and events fill up quickly, please

call us to reserve your spot. Nada’s Italy

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Smoogies Band


Steve Solomon


Steve Forbert


Stanley JorDAn

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- 877.959.8365. 119 NE 2nd Ave. Delray

Beach, FL 33444.

15 Steve Solomon’s From Brooklyn

to Broadway in only 50 Years!

– Presenting an evening of hilarious

comedy with the author and star of

one of the longest-running one-man

comedies in Broadway history: My

Mother’s Italian, My Father’s Jewish &

I’m in Therapy. It will be a night of pure

enjoyment as Steve, using his gift for

acting, dialects, and voices, brings to

life twenty or more oddball people in

hysterical situations to which we can all

relate. Old School Square, 51 N. Swinton

Ave 561-243-7922 ext 1,

17-18 Broadway cABAret Series

- Betty Buckley – An Evening with

Betty Buckley - 8pm. Betty Buckley is

a legendary, multi-award-winning actress

and singer whose career spans

theater, film, television and concert

halls around the world. She is currently

headlining the National Tour of

the new Broadway production of Hello,

Dolly! produced by Scott Rudin through

August 2019. She won a Tony Award

for her performance as Grizabella,

the Glamour Cat in CATS. Old School

Square, 51 N. Swinton Ave 561-243-

7922 ext 1,

19 Out of the House Series: Steve

Forbert – 8-10pm. Folk Rock. Steve

Forbert, live and solo has a magical

presence, drawing an audience into

his highly original and observant music

without ever raising the volume of

his distinctive rasp above conversation

level. Tickets $30. Arts Garage, 561-450-



GOLF AND country cluB – 12pm.

Boca Pen Women Luncheon and Speaker.

$30. Join the Boca Raton Branch National

League of American Pen Women

for a luncheon and speaker program,

featuring Dr. Davele Bursor, a professor

of Clinical Mental Health Counseling and

a Certified Professional Coach for an

engaging discussion on how to achieve

happiness and how you can thrive and

be happier. Delray Beach Golf Club, 2200

Highland Ave., Delray Beach, FL.

21 The Smoogies Band – 8-10pm.

Instrumental Groove Based World Fusion.

What do you call a conglomerate

of diverse, talented multi-instrumentalists

and composers? You call them

“The Smoogies” — a musical smoothie

blended with a lot of cultures, life experience

and most certainly: love. Want

to go on a unique musical journey? The

Smoogies provide an unforgettable live

experience intentionally crafted to inspire

a greater fellowship amongst their

listeners. Tickets $35-$45. Arts Garage,


21-22 New! Ovation Series - wAist-

Watchers the Musical! – 8pm.

WaistWatchers The Musical! takes a

hilarious and lighthearted look at four

women dealing with their obsession

with food and assorted body image issues.

Set in Miss Cook’s Women’s Gym,

the 22 clever and catchy songs propel

the fun along as the ladies’ tackle issues

like dieting, exercise, plastic surgery,

sex, and the relentless search for a positive

self-image. Old School Square, 51 N.

Swinton Ave 561-243-7922 ext 1,

22 CATAPULT - NEW! Reserved seats

for VIP and Premium ticket holders!

– 8pm. An America’s Got Talent

finalist from Season 8, Catapult is a

magical production that features incredible

dancers who work behind a

screen to create shadow silhouettes of

shapes from the world around us. Be

amazed as you watch their bodies transform

into a mountain, an elephant, a

dragon, even a helicopter! Packed with

hundreds of shape transformations, the

show is full of humor, emotion, and engaging

stories. Old School Square, 51 N.

Swinton Ave 561-243-7922 ext 1,

23 Nicole Yarling: One Song –

Celebrating the African Diaspora -

7-8:30pm. Jazz. One Song - A Composer’s

Forum is a Jazz concert celebrating

The African Diaspora. This performance

featuring Nicole Yarling, Jim Gasior,

Marty Quinn, John Yarling, Jean Caze,

and David Leon will demonstrate that

much of the music we enjoy has its roots

in Africa. Tickets $30-$40. Arts Garage,


25 Arts gArage Jam Session –

8-10pm. Our monthly JAM SESSION

brings local musicians together in a collaborative

performance environment

creating a nurturing community of and

for the participants. Kick back and vibe

with Delray’s musicians in an everchanging

improvised jam session. No

memorized notes or lyrics: just bring

your instrument and let the music play.

Tickets $5 for patrons | Free for performers.

Arts Garage, 561-450-6357,

29 “Survival Italian for Travelers”

(topics vary by month) – Free

event. 4-6pm. Have fun learning the

most romantic language on Earth! Practical

knowledge and travel tips taught

by a native Italian speaker.! Topics vary

by month and include: ordering food,

hotel terms, site seeing, transportation,

etc. Come join us! Nada’s Italy -

877.959.8365. 119 NE 2nd Ave. Delray

Beach, FL 33444.

29 Classic Albums Live: Creedance

Clearwater Revival, Chronicle

Vol. 1 – NEW! Reserved seats for

VIP and Premium ticket holders! 8pm.

Presented by MusicWorks and Old

School Square, Classic Albums Live is

back for a second season of concerts that

takes classic albums and performs them

live, on stage - note for note, cut for cut

- using the world’s greatest musicians.

This is NOT a local tribute band. Old

School Square, 51 N. Swinton Ave 561-

243-7922 ext 1,


28-29 Stanley JorDAn Returns

– 8-10pm. Jazz/ Classical/ Rock Fusion.

Be it bold reinventions of classical

masterpieces or soulful explorations

through pop-rock hits, to blazing

straight ahead jazz forays and ultramodern

improvisational works—solo

or with a group—Jordan can always be

counted on to take listeners on breathless

journeys into the unexpected.

Tickets $40-$50. Arts Garage, 561-450-




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12th Annual Savor The Avenue In Downtown Delray Beach

Make Your Reservations And Join Us

It’s time to make your reservations

for the 12th annual Savor the Avenue

on Monday, March 23rd at 5:30pm!

The coolest culinary experience in South

Florida begins February 1st when menus

and reservation information are available

at www.DowntownDelrayBeach.

com/SavortheAvenue. Join hundreds of

guests—and 15 of Downtown Delray’s

finest restaurants—at Florida’s longest

dining table, one that runs more than

five blocks and 1,300 feet long stretching

from Swinton Avenue east to Fifth Avenue

(US 1). This amazing evening of dining

under the stars and down the double

yellow line of famed Atlantic Avenue is

the food and wine event of the year you

don’t want to miss!

This year’s participating restaurants

are: 50 Ocean, Cabana El Rey, Caffe Luna

Rosa, Che!!!, City Oyster & Sushi Bar,

Death or Glory, Elisabetta’s, Lemongrass,

Rack’s Fish House & Oyster Bar and Gary

Rack’s Farmhouse Kitchen, L’ACQUA, Lion

Fish, Rocco’s Tacos, Rose’s Daughter and

Vic & Angelo’s. Each 4-course dinner is

paired with select libations. The menus

can be viewed at


are made with the restaurants

directly, and seating is limited.

Savor the Avenue is a Delray Beach

culinary tradition created to showcase

the variety of fine dining establishments

located throughout downtown. The DDA

is pleased to announce that a portion of

all tickets sold will benefit Community

Greening, an urban forestry non-profit

based in Delray Beach, that works with

local residents and organizations to improve

the environment and the community

by planting trees and transforming

urban green spaces.

For the eighth year, Savor the Avenue

restaurant participants will be competing

for the “Best in Show” table. >From elegant

to eclectic, a unique theme is staged

through the table settings to showcase a

special style or cuisine. A judging panel

will score the tables to award three top

prizes for best table décor. There is also

a People’s Choice Award and attendees

are encouraged to vote for their favorite

tablescape by uploading a picture of it to

Facebook or Instagram, using #Savor-

PeoplesChoice and checking in or tagging

the restaurant name.

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otta See

entertainment | GOTTa SEE By lisa marie

January 3

► The Grudge - After a young mother murders her family in her own

house, a detective attempts to investigate the mysterious case, only to

discover that the house is cursed by a vengeful ghost. Now targeted by

the demonic spirits, the detective must do anything to protect herself

and her family from harm.

February 7

► Birds of Prey: The Emancipation of Harley Quinn - You ever hear

the one about the cop, the songbird, the psycho and the mafia princess?

“Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley

Quinn)” is a twisted tale told by Harley herself, as only Harley can tell it.

When Gotham’s most nefariously narcissistic villain, Roman Sionis, and

his zealous right-hand, Zsasz, put a target on a young girl named Cass,

the city is turned upside down looking for her. Harley, Huntress, Black

Canary and Renee Montoya’s paths collide, and the unlikely foursome

have no choice but to team up to take Roman down.

February 14

► Fantasy Island - This is no relaxing island vacation - it’s a

terrifying horror movie produced by Jason Blum’s iconic Blumhouse.

Michael Peña stars Mr. Roarke, who invites guests to his exclusive island

resort to fulfill their fantasies - they can only choose one. But they

may never come home from this vacation when their fantasies start to

turn into nightmares. The full cast includes Lucy Hale, Maggie Q,

Portia Doubleday, Jimmy O. Yang, Ryan Hansen, Kim Coates, and

Michael Rooker.

► The Photograph - When famed photographer Christina

Eames unexpectedly dies, she leaves her estranged daughter

Mae Morton (Issa Rae) hurt, angry and full of questions.

When a photograph tucked away in a safe-deposit box is

found, Mae finds herself on a journey delving into

her mother’s early life and ignites a powerful,

unexpected romance with a risingstar

journalist, Michael Block

(LaKeith Stanfield).

► Portrait of a

Lady on Fire - France,

1760. Marianne is

commissioned to

paint the wedding

portrait of Héloïse, a

young woman who has just left

the convent. Because she is a reluctant

bride-to-be, Marianne arrives under the

guise of companionship, observing Héloïse by

day and secretly painting her by firelight at night.

As the two women orbit one another, intimacy

and attraction grow as they share Héloïse’s first

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moments of freedom. Héloïse’s portrait soon becomes a collaborative

act of and testament to their love.

► Sonic the Hedgehog is a live-action adventure comedy based on

the global blockbuster video game franchise from Sega that centers on

the infamously brash bright blue hedgehog. The film follows the (mis)

adventures of Sonic as he navigates the complexities of life on Earth with

his newfound - human - best friend Tom Wachowski (James Marsden).

Sonic and Tom join forces to try and stop the villainous Dr. Robotnik

(Jim Carrey) from capturing Sonic and using his immense powers for

world domination. The film also stars Tika Sumpter and Ben Schwartz

as the voice of Sonic.

February 21

► Brahms: The Boy ii - The sequel to horror film “The Boy” about a

haunted doll. Director William Brent Bell returns to continue this freaky

story that first started in 2016. After a family moves into the Heelshire

Mansion, their young son soon makes friends with a life-like doll called

Brahms. The creepy life-like doll begins to taunt them in unsettling

ways. Katie Holmes stars, along with Owain Yeoman, Christopher

Convery, and Ralph Ineson.

► The Call of the Wild - From the director of “Lilo & Stitch” and

“How to Train Your Dragon,” making his first “live-action” film, the

adventure story uses a CG dog along with real actors.

Harrison Ford stars as John Thornton, with a

cast including Dan Stevens, Omar Sy, Karen

Gillan, Bradley Whitford, and Colin

Woodell. The main star of the

movie, however, is the dog Buck

– who becomes the rookie

on a mail delivery dog sled

team, and struggles for survival

in the Alaskan wilderness, bonding

with his human over the course of their



February 28

► The Invisible Man - Trapped in a

violent, controlling relationship with a

wealthy and brilliant scientist, Cecilia Kass

(Moss) escapes in the dead of night and

disappears into hiding, aided by her sister

(Harriet Dyer), their childhood friend (Aldis

Hodge) and his teenage daughter (Storm

Reid). But when Cecilia’s abusive ex (Oliver

Jackson-Cohen) commits suicide and leaves her

a generous portion of his vast fortune, Cecilia

suspects his death was a hoax. As a series of eerie

coincidences turns lethal, threatening the lives of

those she loves.

Margot Robbie

Birds of Prey: The Emancipation of Harley Quinn

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otta Hear

entertainment | GOTTa HEAR By tom craig

February 1

Zac Brown Band

8:00pm BB&T Center Sunrise


Maroon 5 with Special Guest

8:00pm AA Arena Miami


February 4

Kris Kristofferson

8:00pm Parker Playhouse Fort Lauderdale


February 5

Joan Osborne

8:00pm Crest Theatre Delray



February 7 & 8

Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons

8:00pm Hard Rock Live Hollywood


February 9

Jeff Foxworthy

5:00pm & 8:00pm

Seminole Casino Coconut Creek


February 11

Andrea Bocelli

8:00pm AA Arena Miami


February 13

Al Stewart

8:00pm Crest Theatre Delray



February 14

The Outlaws

8:00pm Parker Playhouse Fort Lauderdale


February 18

Willie Nelson & Family

7:30pm The Broward Center for the

Performing Arts


February 19

Steve Forbert

8:00pm Arts Garage Delray Beach



Michael Feinstein Conducts The

Kravis Center Pops Orchestra

From Gershwin to Jimmy Webb

8:00pm Kravis Center West Palm Beach


February 21 & 22

Jerry Seinfeld

8:00pm Hard Rock Live Hollywood


February 21

Judy Collins

8:00pm Eissey Campus Theatre,

Palm Beach Gardens


The Beach Boys

7:30pm Coral Springs Center for the

Arts Coral Springs


February 22

John Fogerty

8:00pm The Broward Center for the

Performing Arts


IL Volo

8:00pm BB&T Center Sunrise


February 23

The Moody Blues’ John Lodge

7:00pm Lyric Theater Stuart


Nicole Yarling: One Song –

Celebrating the African Diaspora

8:00pm Arts Garage Delray Beach


Rod Stewart

7:00pm Hard Rock Live Hollywood


February 25

Dancing with the Stars Live

8:00pm Hard Rock Live Hollywood


February 28

An Evening With 98°

8:00pm Seminole Casino Coconut Creek


Adam Levine - Maroon 5

February 1

February 28 & 29

Stanley Jordan Returns

8:00pm Friday 10:00pm Saturday

Arts Garage Delray Beach


February 29

Classic Albums Live, Creedence

Clearwater Revival: Chronicle Vol 1

8:00pm Outdoor Pavilion Crest Theatre

Delray Beach




Gladys Knight

8:00pm Hard Rock Live Hollywood


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entertainment | gotta read By lisa marie

A Cold Trail

by Robert Dugoni

Released February 4th

The last time homicide detective Tracy

Crosswhite was in Cedar Grove, it was

to see her sister’s killer put behind bars.

Now she’s returned for a respite and the

chance to put her life back in order for

herself, her attorney husband, Dan, and

their new daughter. But tragic memories

soon prove impossible to escape.

Dan is drawn into representing a local

merchant whose business is jeopardized

by the town’s revitalization. And Tracy

is urged by the local PD to put her own

skills to work on a new case: the brutal

murder of a police officer’s wife and local

reporter who was investigating a cold

case slaying of a young woman. As Tracy’s

and Dan’s cases crisscross, Tracy’s

trail becomes dangerous. It’s stirring up

her own haunted past and a decadesold

conspiracy in Cedar Grove that has

erupted in murder. Getting to the truth is

all that matters. But what’s Tracy willing

to risk as a killer gets closer to her and

threatens everyone she loves?

Above the Bay of


by Rhys bOWen

Released February 11th

Isabella Waverly only means to comfort

the woman felled on a London street.

In her final dying moments, she thrusts

a letter into Bella’s hand. It’s an offer of

employment in the kitchens of Buckingham

Palace, and everything the budding

young chef desperately wants: an escape

from the constrictions of her life as a lowly

servant. In the stranger’s stead, Bella

can spread her wings.

Arriving as Helen Barton from Yorkshire,

she pursues her passion for creating

culinary delights, served to the

delighted Queen Victoria herself. Best

of all, she’s been chosen to accompany

the queen to Nice. What fortune! Until

the threat of blackmail shadows Bella to

the Riviera, and a member of the queen’s

retinue falls ill and dies.

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Having prepared the royal guest’s last

meal, Bella is suspected of the poisonous

crime. An investigation is sure to follow.

Her charade will be over. And her new life

will come crashing down—if it doesn’t

send her to the gallows.

Normal People

by Sally rOOney

Released February 18th

bsolutely engrossing and surprisingly

heartbreaking with more


depth, subtlety, and insight than any one

novel deserves.”—Stephanie Danler

Connell and Marianne grew up in the

same small town, but the similarities end

there. At school, Connell is popular and

well liked, while Marianne is a loner. But

when the two strike up a conversation—

awkward but electrifying—something

life changing begins.

A year later, they’re both studying at

Trinity College in Dublin. Marianne has

found her feet in a new social world while

Connell hangs at the sidelines, shy and

uncertain. Throughout their years at university,

Marianne and Connell circle one

another, straying toward other people

and possibilities but always magnetically,

irresistibly drawn back together. And as

she veers into self-destruction and he

begins to search for meaning elsewhere,

each must confront how far they are willing

to go to save the other.

Normal People is the story of mutual

fascination, friendship and love. It takes

us from that first conversation to the years

beyond, in the company of two people who

try to stay apart but find that they can’t.

Dead Ringer

by Annelise Ryan

Released February 25th

Spring is beginning to brighten Sorenson,

Wisconsin for Mattie and Steve

Hurley and their family. While their son

Matthew may be in his terrible twos and

Steve’s daughter Emily a moody teenager,

the kids bring light to their lives when

their work is dark by its nature—Steve is

a homicide detective and Mattie is a medicolegal

death investigator, aka medical

examiner. They deal in corpses.

The latest corpse, a Jane Doe, was

clearly an addict, but drugs didn’t kill her,

at least not directly. She’s been stabbed

multiple times in a pattern that is disturbingly

familiar to Mattie. When she

discovers flower petals from yellow carnations

stuffed into the stab wounds, she

recognizes a very specific M.O.—belonging

to a convicted serial killer who’s currently

serving a life sentence.

The details of the flower petals were

never made public in the last case, so it

can’t be a copycat crime. It looks like the

wrong man is in prison, and the murderer

is still at large. Now it’s up to Mattie

and Steve to get the case reopened—and

catch the real carnation killer…


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entertainment | concerts

photos by tom craig

Blues and rock keyboarDIST, sonGWriter

and producer Barry Goldberg WHO FOrmed

Electric Flag with Mike bLOOMFIeld in 1967

perFOrms at the Funky Biscuit in Boca Raton.

Hot Tuna is an American Blues band FOrmed in

1969 by FOrmer Jefferson Airplane members

Jack Casady and Jorma KauKOnen PerFOrming

here at Parker Playhouse in Fort Lauderdale.

English singer, songwriter, musician and record

producer Bernard Sumner, FOunding member of bOTH

Joy Division and New Order, perFOrms the firST of FOur

SHOWS with New Order at The Fillmore Miami Beach.

Leo Kottke is an acouSTIC guitarIST. He is knOWn FOr his

fingerpicking STyle that draws on blues, jaZZ and FOLK

music, and FOr syncopated, polyphonic meLODIes perFOrms at

Broward Center FOr the PerFOrming Arts in Fort Lauderdale.


Singer-songwriter Marc Broussard, WHO’s

style has been described as “Bayou Soul”

a mix of funk, blues, R&B, rock and pop

perFOrms at the Funky Biscuit in Boca Raton.

Ronald and Ernie Isley of the Isley

Brothers perFOrm their R&B and

soul hits at Kravis Center FOr the

PerFOrming Arts in WeST Palm Beach.

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health & beauty | pain relief

By Dr. Safranski

Sports Chiropractic and You

Top athletes choose chiropractic and you should too. Chiropractic has

been around for over 100 years, but it wasn’t until the early-to-mid

90s when athletes started using it to gain a competitive advantage.

Functioning at the highest level without pain in order to maintain

a long and productive career is important for top athletes.

It’s their job, it’s how they support their families. So

why do they choose chiropractic? Because they know it works, it’s

not a fad or a trend that proper motion and biomechanics coupled

with proper strength and muscle function in the body lead to a

highly productive athlete. They want to perform at their very best

on the field, the ice, and in the ring. All 32 NFL teams, 28 of the 30

MLB teams, and all 31 NHL teams have chiropractors on staff. Even

the world’s best golfers have their own chiropractors. James Harrison,

formerly of the Pittsburgh Steelers spent countless dollars to

make sure that he was in in tip-top shape, so that he could play every

snap and be a leader on the field. That money included his own

chiropractor that traveled with him throughout the season.

Why is this? These teams know how imperative it is to have

chiropractors as part of their medical team. Their knowledge of

the musculoskeletal systems and the biomechanics that accompany

each joint make them a valuable asset to the team. Team

physicians and medical staff now know that masking pain with

medication and inhibiting pain pathways is no longer the answer

and putting injured players back on the field can not only make

matters worse but lead to much more serious injuries.

Chiropractors have the ability to diagnose and treat these injures

without drugs or surgery with sometimes instant results.

This is an invaluable tool, making them a crucial piece to the medical

team. The shift in conservative approaches to injury treatment

is not only sports, but medicine is becoming more relevant. The

option for surgery is now starting to become a last resort as athletes,

and everyday people become more educated on their bodies

and the procedures it takes to fix injuries. Looking for more conservative

approaches that get results is making waves. (This is not

true for all injuries; some require immediate surgery.)

Sports chiropractic focuses on not only the spine, but the hands,

feet, elbows, knees, shoulders, hips and all the muscles and ligaments

that go with it. However, the main focus of sports chiropractic

is not only top-tier athletes, but it is to help your everyday

athlete be able to attain their personal goals like high school football

players wanting to go to play college football but have issues

with knees. Consider basketball players who are having issues

with their ankles. Golfers who want to improve their swing or feel

like they don’t hit the ball like they used to, or even if you’re trying

to work through some arthritis.

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Well, the same principles of sports chiropractic that are used

on Olympians and professional athletes can be used on the everyday

athlete from the young ones to the retired ones. Maintaining

proper biomechanics in the spine as well as all other joints in your

body accompanied by proper muscle strength and tone can make

significant changes in your life and your workout routine. If you

have a nagging injury or feel like you could be doing more, maybe

it’s time to find a sports chiropractor.

Conde Center For

Chiropractic Neurology

401 West Atlantic Avenue, Suite #014

Delray Beach, FL 33444





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health & beauty | dermaTOLOGy

By dr. thomas c. balshi, m.d.

Love Your Lips

Nothing is more of an icon of sensuality than full, luscious, youthful

lips. Lips frame our smile and are used to kiss the ones we love.

Lips are the aspect of the face that provides enormous personal

identity and sexuality. Modern medicine has made it possible for

us to be healthier, more active, look younger and sexier.

Thomas Balshi, M.D.

Enhancing the lips is one procedure that when accomplished,

can have a huge impact on the overall rejuvenation of the entire

face. Lip makeovers have always been popular among

Hollywood stars and cover models, but now, having fuller more inviting

lips is not just for the glamorous. Because the techniques

and materials have been improved tremendously in recent years,

this is a safe, predictable and comfortable procedure. It is easily

customized to the patient’s desires, lifestyle and budget. Total lip

enhancement can be accomplished for as little as $450.00.

Whether an individual born with small lips wants to enhance

the symmetry of the face or just seeks to plump up volume, lip enhancement

can add beauty to the face and pleasure to life.

Atrophy (loss of that plump baby fat) develops in the lips and

lower face and as we age, our body produces less and less hyaluronic

acid and collagen, especially in the cells located around the

mouth and in the lips. Other factors which contribute to aging of

the lower face and lips are sunlight, ultraviolet tanning beds and

environmental toxins such as pollution and cigarette smoke. Correction

of the lip lines may be the solution that washes away the

wear and tear of life on the lower face.

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After numbing the lips with a small amount of local anesthesia,

this procedure becomes pain free. Injections of collagen, hyaluronic

acid (Restylane and Juvederm) or natural fat can be used to

achieve desired results. The entire procedure can be accomplished

in as little as 20 minutes and results can last up to an entire year.

Lip augmentation is one secret to acquiring a more sensual look.

It may also provide a more balanced beautification to the face and

restore lost volume and shape. Most importantly, lip augmentation

plumps up self esteem. The face in the mirror has the power to

generate just the right measure of passion to capture the job, the

date or the mate. The month of February signifies notions of love

on Valentine’s Day with flowers, chocolate, dinner and looking our

best. Why not enjoy the romantic tradition with alluring lips that

surprise and inspire?


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

Plateau Breaking

Are you struggling to see results or feel you have hit a plateau?

This is the article for you! There is nothing more frustrating than

thinking you are doing all the right things, but the results just are

not happening. Often, it is usually something simple. Here are

some different aspects to consider before throwing in the towel!

The first thing I review when progress has stalled is nutrition.

You can workout till the cows come home but


if your nutrition is not on-point you can forget about seeing

results. This is where a detailed food-log is helpful.

Begin by writing down in a book or in an app everything

you consume, and the times you are eating. The

good, the bad and the ugly! This is will be very helpful

to a professional in finding the areas that need improvement!

A food-log will also keep you honest

and aware of what you are eating!

If body fat percentage is not going down,

2 and you are doing all the right things

nutrition wise, try this: Take a good look at

your workout! Your body adapts to the same

type of exercise over time. As your body gets

used to a certain type of exercise and/or

resistance load - it becomes less challenging,

and as a result - less effective.

That’s why it’s so important to push

yourself, especially with weights. If

you are not constantly being challenged

your results will ultimately

slow down. Pick up a heavier weight

than you have been using, sprint a

little faster, do extra reps. Push is the

key word to seeing results.

Now – you have been working out

36-7 days per week, eating right and

still not seeing results? Have you considered

that maybe you are working out too

much? Sometimes the body responds better

to rest. Over-training could be hindering

results just as much as under-training could.

When your body is under too much stress, it responds

negatively. A stressed body will raise cortisol

levels which will cause your body to store

fat! The absolute opposite of what you expect

from training hard! Another thing to think

about is quality over quantity. Working out

every day is great, but are they quality workouts?

Less is more in this case.

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Look at your water intake. It is such a

4 simple component that people forget.

Many clients think they drink enough water

but in reality, they are not. Water is an essential

part of calorie burning and it helps

flush out any excess sodium and fluid

you may be retaining. If your body is

dehydrated, it will not burn fat efficiently!

Aim to consume no less

than one half gallon of water per

day, 64 ounces. However, 1 gallon

(128 ounces) per day is optimal for

fat burning and it also helps suppress

your appetite...a nice bonus! Speaking

of water intake lets talk about

your sodium intake. If you ingest

foods with high amounts of sodium,

stop. Your body will always have a

“fluffy” look and the scale will not

be your friend. Eliminate processed

foods and use only salt-free seasonings

and spices when cooking.

If you have tried all the above

and are still having a difficult time

losing weight, the next step is to

examine what is going on inside

your body. It could be anything

from a hormone imbalance to

thyroid issues. Do not immediately

assume this is the problem but

if you have truly tried everything

else, it might be worth exploring

your concerns with a medical professional

who can help get to the

root of your issues.


Ashley Sica Fitness

Transformation Studio

7400 N. Federal Highway

Boca Raton, FL 33487



Delray Beach Open by

South Florida Welcomes 10-Day

Event with World Class Tennis

By Melissa Perlman, BlueIvy Communications

This Valentine’s Day, “love” takes on a whole new

meaning as February 14, 2020 also marks the

eagerly anticipated start of the 10-day Delray

Beach Open by tennis tournament.

The best and brightest stars in the tennis galaxy will be at the Delray

Beach Stadium & Tennis Center (201 West Atlantic Avenue) competing

in a combined ATP 250 and ATP Champions Tour tournament

February 14-23, 2020. With its expansive new options for eating,

drinking and being entertained at every turn, there’s more enticement

off-the-court than ever in the tournament’s 28-year history.

World Class Tennis

The annual stop on the global ATP Tour is a favorite South Florida event,

world renowned as the place to be for lots of on and off-court action. For

tennis fans, the ATP 250 event (February 17-23) gathers the game’s reigning

stars – Juan Martin del Potro, Kei Nishikori and the Bryan Brothers all

returning to a stadium where they’ve raised the trophy. This tournament

is one of the first on the Bryan Brothers “farewell tour,” as they recently

announced their retirement. The tournament’s ATP Champions Tour event

(February 14-16) showcases tennis legends in a team format. This year David

Ferrer, James Blake, Tommy Haas, Marcos Baghdatis and other greats

vie for the Team Europe vs. Team World title. And special to 2020 – sensation

Coco Gauff will play an exhibition Saturday night, February 15, marking

the first time a women’s match will be played at Delray Beach Open.

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“The tournament is as much about sharing the riches we’re blessed

with locally – the artists, musicians and creative thinkers – as it is about

gathering and watching the best tennis athletes from around the world,”

said John Butler, the tournament’s executive director.


photo by New Balance

Tennis…and more!

Known as “socially sporting” by locals, each day will bring new tastes

and talents to the event. VIP fêtes and exclusive tennis offerings include

Ladies Day Luncheons hosted by Lily Pulitzer, Kidz Day activities on Sunday

of Presidents’ Day weekend and once-in-a-lifetime tennis playing

opportunities with the tournament’s actual ATP players. Attendees will

also enjoy a new big video wall in the Palm Court showing coverage of the

matches and other tournament-related programming and get an up-close

view of the vibrant Delray Beach art scene as area artists perform live

during the 10 days.

Get Ready for Game Set and Pour

Returning to the Delray Beach Tennis Stadium is fan-favorite Game Set

and Pour. The ultimate pairing event takes place Friday, February 21, 6:15-

photo by Peter Staples

photo by Hal Goldman

8:15 in the tournament’s on-site Hospitality Pavilion. A portion of the proceeds

will go to Love Serving Autism whose mission is to expand life skills,

especially communication, through specialized therapeutic tennis instruction

in order to increase community inclusion and independence of individuals

with Autism. General Admission is $60 per ticket ($70 at the door).

Or, join the event’s VIP Experience for an extra 45 minutes (5:30-

6:15pm) of exclusive sampling of all beer, wine and food, and a VIP Welcome

Pour in a commemorative tasting glass ($80 per ticket, $95 at the

door). All tickets to Game Set and Pour will include a general admission

seat ticket to the evening’s quarterfinal matches. You can upgrade your

seat by contacting the box office for pricing options at 561-330-6000.

Brewery Partners for the event include:

• Barrel of Monks Brewing

• Islamorada Beer Company

• Cigar City Brewing

• Boca Raton Prosperity Brewers

• Crazy Uncle Mike’s

• Saltwater Brewery

• Devour Brewing Co

• South Beach Brewing Company

• Funky Buddha Brewery

Restaurant Partners for the event feature:

• Brule Bistro

• Kapow

• Burt and Max’s

• Los Bocados

• Dada

• Proper Ice Cream

• Deck 84

• Rocco’s Tacos

• Dubliner

• Rose’s Daughter

• Funky Buddha Brewery

Winery Partner

• Raeburn Winery

Food, Fun and Games

Guests at the Delray Beach Open by will also have the

opportunity to enjoy the VIP Lounge & Game Room hosted by Clive Daniel

& Boynton Billiards. Literally the lap of luxury and gaming, the space offers

a birds-eye view of the see-and-be-seen crowd from the 2nd floor of the

clubhouse. It’s the top spot to relax in luxurious furnishings, savor the exclusive

food and beverage offerings, watch the matches on the closed-circuit

TV system and challenge your friends to a game of ping pong or pool.

What’s Cooking – and on Tap!

The Delray Beach Open by is a veritable smorgasbord of

food, wine, cocktails, beer and all things gastro geared. This year, there’s

something to satisfy any craving and quench every thirst (all alcoholic

beverages served to adults 21 and over only, with proof) including:

- NEW Sipsmith Gin Garden – Final Fri-Sun, gin and gin-crafted cocktails


- Mark’s Bistro – Deli dining with a flair

- NEW Craft Beer & Bloody Mary bar hosted by Shipyard Brewing Co.

& Hungbloodies

- NEW Raeburn Wine and Bubbly bar featuring Raeburn top-pick

wines, champagne and wine and champagne infused cocktails

- NEW That’s Amore Pizzeria – Brick oven pizza by the slice or made to

order, plus their house-favorite cup of meatballs

- NEW Bit-o-Gelato gelato stand – Flavors include Lemon Dropshot

made with Limoncello, Thai Breaker Thai tea gelato and Nuts 4 Coco

made with vegan vanilla coconut milk!

- Guaca Go – Create your own guacamole bowl to go, including tortilla chips

- Subculture coffee – The always fav for hot and cold coffees, acai bowls,

dessert and snack items and get-ya-going kinda grub n’ drinks

How to get tickets

Tickets are on sale now at or by calling 561-330-

6000. Tickets are priced from $30-$250 for individual seats. Discounted

series packages are also available.


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Delray GreenMarket

Your Saturday

Morning Destination

BY Danielle Arfin | photos by Lori Nolan

The Delray GreenMarket, which is celebrating its 25th

Anniversary next season, is a food and plant-based

farmers market in the heart of Downtown Delray Beach.

The GreenMarket was launched in 1996 by the Delray

Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) as a

business incubator program.

It is held each Saturday in Old School Square Park from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

The Winter Market runs from October through May and the Summer

Market runs from June to July. There are tables and chairs for guests

to leisurely enjoy the fruits of their culinary bounty and is a fun place

for friends and neighbors to meet for a cup of coffee. Enjoy live weekly

entertainment, a children’s music circle from 9-11 a.m. located in front

of the playground, and a twice-a-month Chef Showcase where a local celebrity

chef shops for the freshest market ingredients and demonstrates

how to create a delicious farmers market dish that you can recreate at

home, sampling is required.

The GreenMarket hosts over 65 of South Florida’s premiere farmers

and culinary artists specializing in local farm-fresh vegetables, herbs,

fruit, citrus, seafood, cheese, eggs, bone broth, olive oil, flowers, orchids,

jams, baked goods, and many other hand-crafted, small-batch gourmet

delights including many vegan, sugar-free, and organic options. Each

vendor is a small business, meaning every dollar spent at the Green-

Market goes to support the individual merchant. Shopping local ensures

that the money you spend stays local and guarantees you are buying

fresh, high-quality products while strengthening our community.

Shopping at the GreenMarket is an international culinary experience

for your taste buds. Enjoy an al fresco lunch in the park feasting

on Peruvian empanadas, tamales, perogies, Cuban sandwiches, seafood

or vegan paella, ceviche, Chinese delicacies, Indian cuisine, Italian ices,

Nigerian Akara fritters, Chesapeake Bay shrimp salad, crab cakes, and

clam chowder.


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The Market is also a throwback to a time when open-air markets

and sharing food experiences with the butcher or shop keeper was

a common denominator in everyone’s life. The Market is where you

can meet the people who make and produce your food and establish

a relationship with them. “There are no strangers at the GreenMarket,

just friends you haven’t met yet” says Lori Nolan, the GreenMarket

Manager. Support local food and head down to the Delray Beach

GreenMarket. It is sure to be a feast for your eyes and ears with flavors

to delight every palate.

Don’t leave Fido at home! The Market is vendor-pet friendly too. Wet

Nose Pantry offers human-grade food for dogs that can be delivered right

to your door each week and Dog Deli Treats offers air-dried, minimally

processed, all-natural dog treats including chicken, turkey, rabbit, beef,

and more. Be sure to stop by for a sample. You’ll find Dezzy’s Second

Chance Rescue and Tri-County Humane at the Market featuring dogs

looking for their fur-ever homes. Follow @delraygreenmarketdogs on Instragram,

a page dedicated to the fur-friends who visit the GreenMarket.

Don’t worry about parking, there’s plenty of it until 4pm in the City

parking garage adjacent to the Market.

Be sure to follow the Delray GreenMarket on Facebook and Instagram

and subscribe to our monthly newsletter at for

news and updates.

Delray Beach GreenMarket

Old School Square Park

Downtown Delray Beach

Lori Nolan, Delray GreenMarket Manager


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Concierge Care

Without The Fare

By Diane Feen | photos by melissa korman

Dr. Brian Feinstein has created a dermatology practice

that encompasses the entire spectrum of care – from

medical dermatology to cosmetic treatments.

Dr. Brian Feinstein, D.O., FAAD, Olivia Smith, pa-C, Nathalie Allison-Fecteau, pa-C

Dr. Feinstein is double Board-Certified in Dermatology and

Family Medicine. He is also a Fellowship Trained Mohs Surgeon

and takes pride in letting his patients know that their

health is of paramount importance to him.

“We are committed to providing a level of service rarely found

outside the world of concierge medical practices. We have a commitment

to excellence in medical care by providing a profound level

of customer service.”

Dr. Feinstein’s office is always accommodating patients – often

on their own terms. They offer same day appointments, evening appointments

and courtesy transportation when necessary.

They specialize in all areas of general dermatology: MOHS micrographic

surgery, skin cancer and cutaneous surgery. Also, hair loss,

ear lobe repair, keloid scar treatment, eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis,

acne and melasma.

Dr. Feinstein also performs full face Erbium skin resurfacing with

the Sciton Laser or a lighter laser peel with less down time, as well

as BBL treatments to erase brown spots.

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Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United

States. According to the Florida Department of Health, Palm Beach

County has the highest incidence of melanoma in the state of

Florida. However, all skin cancers are serious and should receive

prompt medical attention.

Feinstein Dermatology is also one of the few medical offices in

the area that offers SRT Radiation Therapy, which is a safe and highly

effective non-surgical treatment for non-melanoma skin cancers.

It effectively destroys malignant non-melanoma skin cancer cells

with no pain or unsightly scars.

Dr. Feinstein also offers a full array of cosmetic services to erase

lines, wrinkles and a double chin to make you look and feel young

and vibrant. He is a Diamond Level Injector with Allergan products,

which includes Botox, Juvederm and Kybella.

Having Allergan Diamond status puts Dr. Feinstein in the top 2%

of physicians nationwide for the volume of patients injected with

Botox® and fillers. “Achieving this status and level of recognition is

a direct result of our dedication to patient care and superior patient

results. We are proud to have been awarded this recognition and

look forward to providing the type of care and service our patients

can rely on,” said Dr. Feinstein.

Another effective treatment to combat the effects of aging is

SkinTyte. “If you’re looking for a non-surgical, quick fix to turn back

the hands of time, SkinTyte may be your answer. We use Sciton’s


Patient preparing for Photodynamic Therapy

Feinstein team

BBL pulsed light technology to firm, tighten and lift your skin for

a more youthful appearance,” said Dr. Feinstein. “SkinTyte can be

used on any part of your body that you would like to tighten up

– from your face to your legs, with NO downtime. Patients are extremely

satisfied after this treatment, and it is the most popular

non-surgical treatment we offer.”

According to the doctor, many of these cosmetic treatments

have dramatic effects with low cost and little down time. They

accommodate patients with early morning or late afternoon

appointments and are always patient-centric when it comes

to your needs. If patient results are any indication of Feinstein

Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery expertise, the results are quite


“I’ve always had a positive experience here! Everyone that works

there is extremely knowledgeable and professional, and they take

their time answering all my questions. I would recommend Dr.

Feinstein’s office to all my family and friends!” said Katie.

Ian agrees. “On a scale from 1 to 10, I would rate Feinstein Dermatology

at a 10. They offer top notch service and facility, even the

music was soothing.”

They also have a licensed aesthetician (Abigail), who is a licensed

clinical and medical electrologist, licensed laser hair professional,

certified acne specialist and educator. She owned a successful skincare

boutique in Bedford, New York that received “the best” of

Westchester awards. She was an aesthetician to Catherine Zeta-

Jones and other celebrities and models.

Abigail performs everything from SkinTyte and BBL treatments to

custom Hydrafacials, laser hair removal, medical grade chemical peels

and dermaplane. Also, microcurrent, Rezenerate Facials, microneedling,

acne treatments, Fusion Microchannel treatments and RF tightening.

Feinstein Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery is always adding

new state-of-the-art treatments to make you look and feel thinner

and younger.

They take excellent care of their patients and consider everyone

to be part of their extended family. Monthly Lunch and Learn sessions

educate guests about special treatments, new technology

and important skin topics. Their warm and caring staff provides

patients with refreshments - when they come for surgery.

Dr. Feinstein is dedicated to the art of Concierge Dermatology without

having to pay a membership fee. As he likes to say: “Expect more.”

And patients do. “The entire staff is very professional, knowledgeable

and caring. This is very rare in this day and age. The staff

is also very efficient,” said Norbert W.

Before you leave the Feinstein Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery

office you can purchase products with the latest advancements to

keep you looking younger and refreshed.

They also have an online store linked to their website that features

monthly specials, a full line of products for all skin types and

needs, sunscreens (a must for the skin) and gift cards.

Feinstein Dermatology can be found on Facebook and Instagram,

so follow them to learn fun skin facts, watch videos of treatments

and have access to flash specials.

They currently have a FEBRUARY SPECIAL: Buy a syringe of Juvederm

Ultra or Volbella and get a FREE Hydrafacial, or a $150 of

skin care products.

Feinstein Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery is well known for their

caring and professional treatment of patients. They invite you to

come in or call the office to discuss what procedure is best for you.

As patient Dan says, “This office is the Gold Standard.”


Front office

Feinstein Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery

6140 West Atlantic Avenue

Delray Beach, FL 33484

(561) 498-4407 | February 2020 | 65

Kahn’s of Orchard Street

The Right Fit for Every Body

BY Nicol Jenkins | photos by melissa korman

In 1991, Jeff and Lynn Kahn brought decades of fashion experience

from New York to South Florida when they opened Kahn’s of

Orchard Street, a unique lingerie and swimsuit specialty store.

Lynn and her husband Jeff Kahn started the family business

over 30 years ago. They run the Delray Beach specialty

store with help from their daughter Arielle and a dedicated

and knowledgeable staff. As you enter the store, you are immediately

greeted by their friendly and caring staff. That is what makes

Kahn’s a “unique” shopping experience.

This specialty store features everyday basics to luxury bras,

swimwear, and ready to wear collections from top brands in the

industry. With stores moving away from customer service, it is refreshing

to see that Kahn’s is service-oriented. With more than 30

years in the industry, they are seasoned at recommending the right

brands, styles and looks based on every woman’s unique shape and

size. Their vision is to help women feel confident, comfortable and

beautiful from the inside out…starting at their foundations.

Lynn comments, “Most of our customers have an idea of what

they are looking for but often struggle finding the right fit or style to

match their body type. We know that not all women or manufacturers

are created equal but because of our extensive assortment and

expertise, there is usually something for everyone who shops with

us. We take the time to carefully select choices for each and every

customer, because we understand the importance of getting it right!”

The correct bra can mean a world of difference in how you feel in

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your own skin. Kahn’s carries all styles, from wireless, molded, underwire,

sport, and strapless, along with standard and band sizes

ranging between 32 to 48 and cup sizes ranging between B and I.

Collections from Wacoal, Chantelle, Anita Active, Rosa Faia, and Lunaire,

as well as many others, are regularly available. There are so

many to choose from but not all bras are created equal.

“If you’re looking for that one on one service,” adds Arielle…

”you’ve come to the right place!”

Kahn’s selection also includes a wide variety of underwear, shapewear,

loungewear, sleepwear, and lingerie, including signature

brands such as Eileen West, Hanky Panky, Natori, Carole Hochman,

Ellen Tracy, Verena, Miss Elaine, Donna Karan, and many more.

Their swimwear department boasts many brands including

Gottex, MiracleSuit, MagicSuit, Sunflair, Longitude and Reebok to

name a few. There are many styles to choose from whether you are

looking for a one piece suit, separate tops and bottoms, or a skirted

swimsuit…you can find it at Kahn’s. Don’t forget to include a coverup,

resort outfit, loungewear piece, beach sandals, and beach bag

for the pool, cruise, or destination vacation.

Lastly, be sure not to miss their sportswear department featuring

trendy brands including Lyssè, Bali, Impulse and Klaveli.

“Retail has been in our blood,” states Jeff Kahn…”This is who we are.”


Their customers praise the owners and staff for assisting

them and making their shopping experience a memorable one.

“Amazing Service. These people know how to fit bras, and

bathing suits,” said Gail.

“Great store! I live in New York and always shop here when

in Florida,” said Lisa C.

“Great stuff- bathing suits, bras, and cute tops!” exclaimed

Betty Ann.

“Great store for the well-endowed. They have good products.

Stock up every time I go,” added Betsy K.

There is no need to schedule an appointment! Stop in to

Kahn’s anytime Monday thru Saturday from 10am to 5pm for

a personalized professional fit, and leave looking and feeling

fabulous! The Kahn’s team will be happy to assist you!

Kahn’s of Orchard Street

5859 West Atlantic Ave, Suite B2

(Between Military Trail and Jog Road)

Delray Beach, FL 33484


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Creating Miracles

From The Ground Up

By diane feen | photos by melissa korman

If the name Seaside Builders

is on a project you know the

sky is the limit (literally).

The luxury custom home builder – that takes style into their

lexicon at first glance – knows how to wow home buyers.

Their commitment to excellence is unparalleled and their

attention to detail is what makes a dwelling more of a dreamscape

than merely a home.

That is what they have done with their latest project – Cove 4.

The intracoastal waterway sets the stage for grace and grandeur in

these single-story condos on Venetian Drive in Delray Beach.

Though there are four units total, two are already sold. At prices

of upwards of $3.5 million it’s a testament to builders Tom Laudani

and Patrick Whyte’s building prowess, experience and white glove

construction expertise.

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The 3,500-square-foot condo-homes include a private outdoor

cabana, swimming pool, 45-foot boat dock, private balconies and

rooftop decks that are just feet from the intracoastal.

But that’s only part of the allure. There are floor-to- ceiling windows

that make life a little brighter and transparent (in a good

way). What you get are panoramic views of Mother Nature’s most

coveted island assets.

Many people dream about this landscape, but few get to actually

live this exclusive resort lifestyle on a daily basis.

You get to wake up to the glory of a Florida sunrise that will

energize your highest aspirations. The modern details and architecture

of these “city” condo homes are built for privacy and

luxury living.

But the best part is that you are moments from the action of Atlantic

Avenue and a short walk from the serenity of the seaside.

You can entertain or enjoy solitude on your private rooftop terrace

with summer kitchen. There is private elevator access from

the ground floor and a secured parking garage.

The spacious layout includes three bedrooms and three and a-

half baths dazzled by daylight with a natural light-filled floorplan.


The great room opens up to an expansive waterfront terrace with

balcony access from each room.

“Our goal and focus here is to create stylish comfort in a great

room that combines the living and dining areas. With a chef’s

kitchen and open floor plan you can experience the joy of optimal

space,” said Laudani.

The modern details and architecture of these four condo homes

is the genius of local renowned architect Richard Jones.

Jones is a master at creating artful elements that uplift and

transport you to a heavenly existence amidst a modern contemporary


The striking design elements by Jones are unparalleled in their

ability to provide privacy yet offer you an open view of the majestic

waterway. Where else can you live so splendidly without the hassle

and responsibility of a private home?

The exclusivity here is that the terrace and condo home is situated

near one of the most luxurious and enviable beach communities

in US. “This is a continuation of Seaside Builders progressive designs

on the barrier island in Delray. Its one-of-a kind site is located

on the largest water basin east of the Intracoastal,” adds Laudani.

Cove 4 is in one of the most desirable locations, just blocks from

the Atlantic Ocean and the Seagate Beach Club. It’s also a short

stroll to Atlantic Avenue, where the nightlife, dining and culture

provide a colorful yet tropical mixture of pleasures.

Seaside Builders also developed the Marina Town Home project,

which consists of 10 contemporary townhomes at the Seagate Yacht

Club Marina. The townhomes are a testament to the grandeur and

glass that encases and embraces owners with elegance and luxury.

If you drive around town there are always signature Seaside

Builders’ homes in strategic places in Delray Beach and Gulfstream.

It’s not happenstance that they have staked their claim in

the most vibrant, yet coveted land that surrounds the sea-soaked

culture of South Florida.

Those who have purchased homes from Laudani and Whyte are

thrilled with the finished products. “We are living in our dream

home. We had a long list of requirements and every one of them

was fulfilled. The entire Seaside team was professional and accommodating.

Seaside delivered on every promise and everything

turned out perfectly. Beautiful, wonderful and spectacular!” said

clients Gayle and Guy Tudisco.

Broker Associate for Premier Estate Properties, Pascal Liguori,

who often works with Seaside has this to say: “One of Tom’s greatest

assets is his ability to listen and communicate with a level of

respect and professionalism unequaled in the industry. His attention

to minor details makes him a favorite for all clients I refer to

him. His impeccable reputation and integrity are the hallmark of

his successful career.”

Their Nautica townhome project - located on the Barrier Island,

was also recently completed. There are still two 4,000-squarefoot

units available for $2.9 million each.

Whyte also has a distinguished background in construction. He

and Laudani combine their talent into what has become a thriving

general contracting company.

With an emphasis on creating lifestyles rather than simply

building homes, Seaside’s commitment to quality, service, and

value results in spectacular homes where memories are made,

and love abounds.

Contact Jessica Hazel for Sales Information at Seaside: 561-

272-9958 ext. 0.


Seaside Builders

185 NE 4th Avenue, #104

Delray Beach

561-272-9958 | February 2020 | 69


A Museum of Creativity

In a City of Sand

By diane feen | photos by melissa korman

Debbie Brookes can make something out of nothing. The

designer-retail shop owner has a long history of dazzling shoppers

with embellished adornment of the most mundane items.

The exciting part is that when Brookes gets done decorating

them, they are anything but mundane. They sparkle with

possibilities much like the things you see in museum gift

shops – or in museums themselves.

The reason is that Brookes sees endless possibilities in each

piece she holds. Whether a lamp, a mirror, mounted fish, mermaid

or guitar, Brookes sees what could be - not what is.

She painted a large square mirror red and adorned it with all

size, texture and style of seashells. If a mermaid were to come

ashore, she would surely pronounce Beachcomber Art and Brookes

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the Goddess of the Sea. Luckily for us Brookes is landlocked.

But there is something mystical about her talent and ability to shine

a light on anything – antique or modern – and make it come alive with

brilliance. A rocking horse in the center of the store is embellished with

white seashells, decorative saddle in turquoise, brown and orange seashells,

complimented by realistically adorned eyes, tail and face.

Rarely do you see such an amalgam of beauty and inspiration in one

place. But then Brookes is one of the wonders of the creative world.

“In my career as a hairdresser, florist, and artist I have learned

that it’s all about balance. There’s such a thing as positive and negative

space and balancing the right colors. It’s about taking things

away and leaving others behind,” said the Seashell Goddess.

Her shop is so extraordinary that people walking by are drawn

inside by the luster of its offerings. Mark Walhberg’s wife Rhea

walked by one day and purchased seashell decorated candlesticks.

“I have customers from all over the world. People bring things to

my shop all the time and want me to decorate and embellish it. I do

shell adorned cremation urns and boxes, medicine cabinets, bathroom

mirrors, chandeliers, lamps and anything you can imagine.”

She is right, some of the things Brookes creates are hard to imagine

but amazing to behold. Each is unique and stands alone on its

own invisible pedestal. The pink and white seashell adorned guitar

hanging from the ceiling is clearly museum quality. The shells vary

in size giving the guitar a vivid texture and classical grace.

Nearby is a metal mermaid that stands her ground and acts as

a tray. Her skirt is made of seashells and she is a caricature of a

seafaring gal with orange seashell top and colorful shell peplum.


A tan lamp nearby is a real treasure trove of goodies. Decorated

with small neutral seashells around its middle, it has large

seashells at the base that are visually stunning. Nearby is an antique

Pagoda chandelier with shells and sea glass in light green

with pink rosebuds.

In the back of the store is the clothing boutique with novelty

beach-worthy outfits and sportswear. If you act quickly you can

get flowing skirts, printed tunics and fun casual dresses at 40%

off. There are Judy P tops in all colors, as well as resort wear

that flows and flutters when you walk. Come see these ethereal

Goddess items with decorative detail and casual sophistication

while they’re on sale.

On the front wall of the shop is a taxidermy mounted Shark

in full regale with seashells of all configurations and sheen.

The gills are made of large seashells and each part of its anatomy

has a coordinating seashell counterpart textured to stand

out from its core.

Brookes has always enjoyed bedazzling her prey so it’s only

natural she would carry some bling. She has a collection of

novelty rings that will dazzle you and one-of-a-kind jewelry

by Chris Bales. Bales uses sterling silver and semi-precious

stones to create works of art to be worn.

There are also colorful peacocks and flamingos decorated

with clear glass and seashells. And a wooden mermaid in yellow

and green stands nearby with a tray.

If you want to get a jump on the holidays for next year,

Brookes has some beautiful blue clear glass and shell adorned

Menorahs on sale. These sacred Hanukah candle holders are

rarely seen with this style and creativity.

Though Beachcomber Art is hidden from view on Federal

Highway, it continues to be a miracle off main street in the eyes

of everyone who sees it. Come visit and take home a piece of

art at a fraction of the price it might sell for at a museum.

Beauty is as beauty does – support our local artists.



1550 N Federal Hwy

(South of the Goodwill, next to a blue motel)

Delray Beach, FL

(561) 315-5717 | February 2020 | 71

massage heights

A Culture Of Calm

By Diane Feen | photos by melissa korman

You’re always in good hands

at Massage Heights. That’s

because your well-being –

and health and happiness - is

important to them.

mission is to help people live better lives through

regular massage and skin therapy. We are diligent in


our pursuit to provide an elevated experience for everyone

we touch,” said Retreat Director Danielle Desautels-Bailey.

The Massage Heights Delray Retreat offers healing massages,

hot stone therapy, reflexology and facials at affordable prices. It’s

a happy place where you can experience a variety of healing treatments

from top to bottom.

Massage Heights Delray currently has a special offer for a ‘dual

service.’ For $119.98 you can get a 1-hour massage AND a 1-hour

facial - if you are a first-time guest!

The goal is to settle back, relax and let the pressures of the day

flow from your body! Massage Heights Delray facials and massages

help heal specific areas of your body, and the results are


To brighten and lighten unwanted discoloration on your face,

they offer a Dermaologica Pro Power Peel customized just for you!

They also sell Dermologica’s high performance Biolumin-C Serum

with vitamin C and Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5. Retreat Director Bailey

has seen the benefits of this amazing facial serum.

“I have been using Biolumin-C serum for a year and I am getting

amazing results. It brightens dark circles, sunspots and reduces

fine lines and wrinkles.”

If you are ready for a serene state of calm, check out their Trigger

Point Massage. It helps release constricted muscle areas to relieve

pain and help increase mobility.

If you feel like the weight of the world is on your shoulders, try

their Cranial Sacral Therapy. CST eliminates tension in the body,

relieves pain and improves overall health. Developed by an Osteopathic

Physician, CST has worked miracles for many people.

One of their newest massages is a Hemp-Infused Massage. It

helps with pain management, anxiety and inflammation. Hemp oil

is a pain reliever and anti-inflammatory agent used to relax muscles

and tissues.

The Hemp-Infused Massage adds comfort and a sense of wellbeing.

The purpose is also to leave you feeling balanced, calm

and revived.

Massage Heights Delray’s goal is to help everyone feel their best

and leave feeling refreshed and relaxed. Owner Sandra McNiven

experienced the benefits of massage firsthand. The family law lawyer

found that regular massage relieved her stress. “My job was so

stressful. I found that going to a spa regularly helped me relax, clear

my head and reduce my stress level.”

That was the reason she opened Massage Heights Delray Place.

Since opening they have added many healing modalities and products

to take home to create your own spa at home.

One of their newest treatments is Dry Brushing. This acts as exfoliation

and massage for a smooth brighter appearance. The firm

bristles and slow movements help eliminate toxins from your body

and create help you feel revitalized and energetic.

Massage Heights Delray’s massages also help relieve aches and

pains and release toxins. To help offset the pesky stress of your day

(or week) try Cupping Therapy. This treatment uses silicone cups

for suction to assist circulation and add fluid muscle movement.

The pulling action also helps promote healing and improve flexibility,

range of motion, high blood pressure and more. Cupping is

also used to relieve back and neck pain, stiff muscles, anxiety, fatigue,

migraines and rheumatism.


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They also have a popular mind-body relaxing mini-retreat

for Brides. Called “Bridal Boot Camp,” it starts three months

before the wedding and includes one facial every month.

“Getting married can be very stressful and this really helps.”

said Bailey.

Massage Heights Delray delights in hosting bridal parties.

For two hours every person in your bridal party gets massages,

facials and chocolate covered strawberries.

If you want a spa experience at home, try their excellent

products to recreate the healing sensation you feel there.

Take home wonderful CBD lotions or oils that help with anxiety,

pain management, inflammation and arthritis. CBD also

relaxes your body and soothe aches and pains. Some call it a

miracle – we agree.

Another new product to create an at-home spa experience

is the “To-Go-Spa.” It’s a silicone eye mask with an aroma that

helps erase under eye bags and wrinkles. The larger “To-Go-

Spa” is a healing silicone mask for the face and neck.

Massage Heights Delray offers memberships with affordable

services, elevations and upgraded massages so massages

and facials can be an integral part of your life.

Massage Heights Delray is an oasis of healing and relaxation

designed to help you achieve a calmer healthier body, mind

and spirit.

They welcome you to visit their special retreat any day of

the week.


MASSAGE HEIGHTS delray place

420 East Linton Blvd, Suite 804

Delray Beach, FL

561-403-1100 | February 2020 | 73

European Wax Center

A Variety of Services for

All Your Waxing Needs

East Delray team

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By Nicol Jenkins & Regina Lacy | photos by melissa korman

Let us help you reveal your beautiful skin

with our hair removal services for full

body waxing for both women and men.


Our Exclusive Comfort Wax is our hair removal wax. It is an

alcohol-free, hard, stripless wax that goes on warm and

doesn’t adhere to the skin. The Exclusive Comfort Wax provides

a more comfortable waxing experience for our guests which

offers much better results.

First Time guests get their first wax free!

We offer a complimentary service for the bikini line, underarms,

eyebrows, ears and nose so you can experience the service and

products we have to offer. If you would like to receive a Bikini Brazilian

or Full Bikini, we offer that service for 50% off.

Our 4 Step Process is just one of the many things that sets EWC

apart. Start by familiarizing yourself with the four steps in this important

process: Cleanse, Protect, Wax, and Rejuvenate.

We offer a variety of Wax Passes (Unlimited & Pre-Paid), which

helps you save 25% or more on your services. To continue savings

we have an amazing referral program where you’ll receive $10 in

Strut points for every friend you refer.

For both new and existing guests we also offer new monthly promotions

to reveal and maintain your most beautiful skin at home

and on the go, along with our exclusive Strut 365 portfolio. Three

unique collections, designed to enhance our services, promote

healthy waxing, and keep you looking and feeling great every day.

Here at Delray Beach East, we also have many new phenomenal

products on our shelves featuring the new hydrating Sleep Mask.

Amazing skin care products available to keep your skin glowing

“We have long known that the 3 S’s- Sun, Stress and Smoking

- can prematurely age the skin but now studies are showing

the air we breathe and come in contact with daily ages us

too, which is why I love our Renew Me Pollution Defense Serum,”

said Amy Cropper, Franchisee of European Wax Center

in Delray Beach.

All of our Wax Specialists are licensed estheticians whom

in addition also receive extensive training in house to ensure

the best services and knowledge for you and your skincare


We at European Wax Center offer many ways including incentives

with Strut points to book your reservation in advance.

“We pride ourselves in our exceptional customer service so

that our customers will know how much we appreciate them.

We strive to make everyone feel comfortable from the moment

they walk in the door, and strut out,” said Cropper.

Can’t wait to see you for your next visit and/or to take advantage

of our first time guest promotion.

European Wax Center

410 E Linton Blvd, Unit 706

Delray Beach, FL 33483



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all dry usa

Here We GROW Again…

Back with All Dry USA and no, we are not just

talking about MOLD GroWTH this time.

By An All Dry USA Corporate Representative | photos courtesy of all dry usa

Company Growth:

With locations across the map, All Dry USA is ranked as one of

the largest women founded and private owned restoration companies.

With their continued success, it comes as no surprise that

they outgrew their former headquarters. The company’s recent

real estate acquisition, a 4-acre waterfront campus, located at 2600

Quantum Blvd in Boynton Beach is the new location of the All Dry

USA’s headquarters.

Working in building A is All Dry USA’s corporate field and production

staff. Also found in this building are displays of wood flooring,

tiles, cabinetry, as well as, concrete and metal roof samples.

Their design team assists with material selection and creates 4-D

renderings so customers can truly visualize their future beautiful

kitchen, bathroom or home addition. Call them for a consultation if

you are planning a home remodel.

In building B, a two-story glass and steel building, you will find

the company’s executives and corporate office staff. Everyone

working on this campus supports all of All Dry USA’s locations for:

call intake, customer service, job coordinating, insurance estimating

and billing, accounting, human resources, purchasing, and legal

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matters. Unique to building B is a 2,000 square foot banquet hall

with a catering kitchen. In addition to the main event space, there

are multiple meeting rooms, all with water views. The company

is utilizing the space to host seminars and educational courses.

Aside from industry related certification courses in restoration and

construction, they offer continuing education courses to property

managers, insurance adjusters, insurance agents and realtors. If

you have an educational seminar or course that you are interested

in hosting at All Dry USA’s waterfront campus, please contact Nicole



Mold Growth:

Do you know what is more expensive than hiring a professional?

Hiring an amateur. It is just not worth it! All Dry USA is your local,

licensed, longstanding, restoration and construction company.

Florida has strict licensing laws pertaining to contracting and

mold removal, and rightfully so. Mold removal must be done by a

licensed mold remediator or you risk spreading mold spores into

the air, contaminating more of the property, and ultimately affecting

your health.

Mold Facts and Tips:

• For mold to grow, it needs water, oxygen and a host (such as


• Dark, moist or humid areas within homes are prime areas

where mold breeds.

• Check your home for signs of water damage and excess moisture.

• When water gets into porous surfaces (drywall, grout, wood,

carpet, & laminate), the moisture becomes trapped and fuels

mold growth.

• Mold spreads very quickly (24-48 hours) and continues to

breed, compromising the well-being of the property until it is physically


• You CAN NOT kill mold; you MUST remove it!

• Mold hides in air particles and attaches itself behind and underneath

surfaces. It is not what you see, it is what you don’t see

that is the most concerning!

• Increased humidity makes mold, and the spreading of its spores

a big concern.

• Air conditioners are natural dehumidifiers. Keep yours at 77

degrees or lower.

• There are many health risks that are affiliated with mold.

• A list of mold symptoms reported to the CDC include:

• Sinus infections, throat irritation, coughing or wheezing, eye

and skin irritation, asthma, respiratory illness, anxiety, memory

loss, lethargy, and serious mold toxicity.

Mold prevention starts with fighting moisture. When you find a

leak, or water damage in your home, address it immediately. Dry

the wet areas as much as possible and increase ventilation to the

area. The only way to truly tell if you have dried the area completely

is with a moisture meter. Call All Dry USA for your free moisture

inspection after a leak or water damage event, before you have a

mold concern.

Community Growth:

All Dry USA prides itself in giving back to all the communities

where they have company locations. In August, they participated

(across 4 states) in National Night Out, supporting local police departments.

The company continues to have close ties in the veteran

community and assists veteran homeowners in need of their services,

often free of charge.

Locally, the company and its staff are known for volunteering

and fundraising for organizations in need (sometimes utilizing

their Dunk Tank). Last Spring the staff participated in Love Delray,

revamping the Delray Beach Children’s Garden. During the holiday

season they contributed to Floor & Decor’s Toy Drive. Recently,

All Dry USA sponsored a team for the East Boynton Beach Little

League. Coming up in April is The Boynton Beach First Responders

Luncheon where All Dry USA has sponsored and is proudly presenting

the Firefighter of the Year Award.

At their waterfront campus they host the Women’s Business

Council meetings. The meetings are held on the 4th Friday of each

month, with breakfast provided by All Dry USA. If you are interested

in attending, please contact Jonathan Porges, Marketing Executive

of the Boynton Beach, Boca Chamber. They have also collaborated

with The Ferrari Club of America’s Palm Beach Chapter

to have exotic car events on their beautiful property.

A closing note from Elissa Weiser-McVeigh, Creative Director at

All Dry USA:

“To our current, past and future customers, we thank you for

contributing to our growth by putting your trust in All Dry USA.

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Improving Lives

One At A Time

By diane feen | photos by melissa korman

When you think of hearing aids and the ramifications of not getting

information to your brain, it’s often met with shock. Most people

don’t realize the connection between hearing and the brain.

Dr. Nimet A. Adam

Some people think that hearing problems – or balance issues –are

part of aging.

That is far from the truth. Just ask Dr. Nimet A. Adam a Board-Certified

Clinical Audiologist and President of Hearing Partners of South Florida.

Dr. Adam sees all age patients with vertigo, tinnitus, balance issues, dizziness

and hearing loss. “I’m seeing a higher incidence of people falling due

to vertigo, dizziness and other medical conditions. A car accident, a jolt to

the head or a fall can cause crystals in the ear to dislodge and cause dizziness,”

said the widely acclaimed audiologist, who after 20 years in practice

has spread her wings to include three thriving South Florida offices.

There’s a reason for Dr. Adam’s ascent to the top of the audiology

pyramid. She is caring, highly educated in all modalities of hearing

conditions, and has state-of-the-art devices to help you regain

hearing and balance to its rightful place.

What people may not know is that hearing loss can result in a higher incidence

of falling. According to Dr. Adam when you can’t hear you are more

prone to missing clues in the environment or hearing signals from outside.

The same goes for memory. More people than ever complain they

can’t remember things the way they used to. Some toss this unnerving

symptom off to old age or not enough crossword puzzle time. But Dr.

Adam has a logical answer to this vexing query.

“I tell my patients you can’t remember something someone tells

you if you can’t store it in your memory. You can’t store it because “You

never heard it!”

The miracle, according to Dr. Adam, is that when treated properly

with hearing aids the brain goes back to its higher functioning. “You can

retrain the brain. Untreated hearing loss affects the brain adversely, but

when you treat the hearing loss it frees up the brain to do other cognitive

processing, like memory.”

That registers as an ‘aha’ moment! It’s a revelatory discovery to find

out that hearing loss can actually affect the quality of your life.

“Hearing loss is a quality of life issue. It’s not a luxury, it’s a necessity.

It can cause social isolation, brain fog, and is linked to dementia. When

we improve someone’s hearing they can enjoy going to restaurants,

theater, lectures and continue to be active.”

But the proverbial question is – who wants to wear a device in their

ear that potentially makes them look disabled or elderly?

A good question – and one that Dr, Adam and her colleagues have

dealt with for years. The good news is that there are many invisible

hearing devices such as LYRIC. They are left in the ear canal for

a few months and can be worn while playing sports, showering and

sleeping. The best part is there are no batteries to change.


selecting the right hearing aid for the patient

Dr. Adam in the testing sound suite

using the earigator spa treatment to remove wax

Another chronic life altering condition that Hearing Partners treats

is Tinnitus. For those who hear continuous buzzing or ringing it can be

life altering – and not in a good way.

The Hearing Partners tinnitus protocol is based on a few treatments:

Sound Therapy, Hearing Aids, Masking devices and Retraining Therapy.

Often times tinnitus sufferers don’t realize they also have a hearing

loss. When you wear a hearing aid you amplify the surroundings this

can reduce or often eliminate the perception of tinnitus.

For those with severe hearing loss there is an option – Cochlear


This option can be life altering. “We work with University of Miami

and identify candidates for Cochlear Implants. We do the testing to see

who would benefit, set up a meeting with a world-renowned surgeon

and help decide which implant will work best.”

Hearing Partners also does all the follow-up visits for activation of

the device, programming and support. “I had a patient here today in

tears because she had never heard a TV or a phone ring.”

Hearing Partners has built up a reputation for their integrity and intelligence,

prompting referrals from patients and doctors. “They trust

us and know that we do accurate testing and excellent follow-up care.”

Dr. Adam’s history is a big part of her audiological journey. “I was a

refugee from Uganda, and I decided early on that I wanted to give back

to make people’s lives better.”

Dr. Adam helped to create a humanitarian organization that brings

hearing devices and treatment to underprivileged countries (

She travels the globe on mission trips to help those with

hearing loss.

Part of our global non-profit humanitarian work in Zambia

“I get to change lives immediately. We can identify the hearing loss

and treat someone the same day.”

They sure do. Their testimonial page is filled with glowing reviews,

and patients tout their selfless care and life-altering treatments.


Delray Office

6110 West Atlantic Ave, Suite A

Delray Beach, FL 33484 - 561-638-6530

Boynton Office

7593 Boynton Beach Blvd, Suite 100

Boynton Beach, FL 33437 - 561-736-6002

Jupiter Office

210 Jupiter Lakes Blvd, Bldg. 3000, Suite 205-206

Jupiter, FL 33458 - 516-888-7260

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price flooring

Floors and a Lot More

By diane feen | photos by melissa korman

We all know renovating, remodeling and redecorating a home or

space can be an overwhelming process. Where do you begin?

Who do you call? Who can you trust to help you along the way?

“From the moment you walk in our door and you walk on your

new floor - Price is right for you,” said Nicole Price.

That’s their slogan and that is what Price Flooring stakes

their reputation on - A store with everything you will need. A onestop

shop with great service and selection.

Price Flooring has by far the largest selection of innovative flooring,

tile, wall décor, kitchens, baths, countertops and cabinets. If you

need help with installation, they have the best installers,” said Nicole.

All of their installers are licensed, insured and bonded. All you do

is pick out what you like, and they will have it installed for you. It’s

that simple,” said Ray, a 32-year veteran in the flooring business.

In their newly renovated showroom, you can view a huge selection

of the latest state-of-the-art flooring, wall décor and home

The Price Flooring team

design products. Their new floorplan is much more open and allows

for greater viewing of the newest carpets (including updated

textured designs), tiles (they have a tile wall that easily slides for

viewing), wood, vinyl, accent walls and more.

One thing that hasn’t changed is that you can chose your own

style of décor – from contemporary to traditional - and everything

in between.

That includes porcelain, that is available in both square and oblong

planks in varying sizes, textures and colors. They also have

polished and matte tiles available in large format sizes that range

from the very large (48” square) down to smaller tiles to fit everyone’s

needs. There are square tiles, waterproof hardwood flooring

and a variety of wall to wall carpeting. Shaw and Mohawk carpet


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Peter Price, Kim and Russell

have all styles and patterns to choose from. They also have kitchen

and bathroom wood cabinets, countertops and luxury waterproof

vinyl plank flooring and more.

“We renovated our entire 4,500-square-foot showroom to make

it easier for our customers to see our new updated products. We

carry the newest styles and trends for 2020. We have large format

porcelain tiles, sculpted wall design and decorative wall tiles in all

sizes and shapes,” said Nicole.

At Price Flooring you’re not just a customer – you’re part of the

extended Price Flooring family. They look after you, and if you need

their help all you have to do is ask. There is no wandering around

an empty showroom with questions unanswered and quandaries

about what to select for your home or condo. “We got you covered!

Trust me… You will feel the love from the Price Family. We make it

fun and easy to shop here. We will walk you through the process

of your home renovation. There is no need to get overwhelmed

because Price Flooring has you every step of the way,” said Nicole

Price, who has been in the business for 24 years.

Price Flooring also has professional experienced staff that has

been trained by the best in the business. They understand design

and the capabilities of all of their products to suit your needs.

That’s why you don’t have to worry about picking the wrong

color, pattern or material to fit your lifestyle and your home. They

have a huge selection of carpet, floor tiles, wall tiles, backsplashes,

kitchens, bathrooms, waterproof flooring, wood, tile and more.

Price Flooring is a direct importer, importing direct from the

Peter showing off his favorite carpet

manufacture and passing the savings to you. They come from all

over the world - Spain, Italy, India and the US.

If you want to experience their blowout prices, check out Price

Flooring’s “Price Busters.” Their waterproof luxury vinyl is brought

in by the truckloads, and that’s when you save big!

“People come here with their own ideas and we enhance them.

They might come in with a drawer or a pillow to make sure they

pick a floor that goes with their room. We make suggestions and

help you find something that will work for you. To redo a bathroom

we have hundreds of different tiles, beautiful accent tiles and borders

that your friends will say ‘I like that! Where did you get it?’”

One of the newest floors that everyone is talking about is waterproof

hardwood. It’s been described as “Hardwood Reimagined”

and comes with the tagline “Bring the beauty of nature in. Keep

Water Out.”

Made by Shaw, waterproof wood flooring comes with a sealant

that stops liquids at the surface, has a waterproof SPC core that prevents

moisture absorption and it’s more resistant to scuffing and

denting. It’s click installation makes is easy to install, it can be put

over an existing hard surface and it comes with an attached pad, so

you don’t need an underlayment.

Price Flooring also has an Elite Shaw Carpet Gallery, which is one

of the largest in the industry. You can choose between a glorious

selection of textured or flat rugs in all styles and colors. If you need

an area rug, just pick out the color and style and it can be made to

your specs and size.

Price also has an amazing selection of waterproof luxury vinyl

flooring designed to give you quick installation, durability and low

maintenance. With no grout your floors look cleaner.

Everything you need to update, renovate and glamourize your

home is just waiting for you at Price Flooring. Everyone feels the

homey atmosphere (after all they’re almost all family members)

and is relaxed and happy that they are so well taken care of.

What are you waiting for? Head over to Price Flooring for excellent

flooring, bath and kitchen, accent tiles, installation and more.

The prices and selection can’t be beat. And the customer service is

the best in town.


Peter Price, Kim and Russell

Price Flooring

2001 W Atlantic Ave, Suite B

Delray Beach, FL

Call for a free quote - 561-243-9898 | February 2020 | 81

Delray Dermatology + Cosmetic Center

What’s New at

Delray Dermatology!

By Nicol Jenkins | photos by melissa korman

Delray Dermatology + Cosmetic Center has expanded

their medical and cosmetic offerings adding

experienced physicians and advanced devices with

proven results to get you looking years younger.

Delray Dermatology + Cosmetic Center is a boutique full

service Dermatology practice in the heart of East Delray

Beach combining excellent medical and surgical Dermatologic

care with exceptional cosmetic treatments. They specialize

in skin cancer diagnosis and treatment and comprehensive medical

Dermatology. The staff prides themselves in offering the latest

cosmetic treatments and personalized treatment regimens from a

compassionate medical team in a beautiful, comfortable environment.

Dr. Francesca Lewis, a board certified general and cosmetic

Dermatologist, opened Delray Dermatology + Cosmetic Center two

and a half years ago to provide the highest quality dermatological

care in the area.

Delray Dermatology welcomes two phenomenal, expert physicians

to the team. Dr. Kathleen Herne has years of experience in

the treatment of skin cancer. She specializes in Mohs Micrographic

Surgery for skin cancer. This procedure helps to minimize scarring

Dr. Francesca Lewis, MD, FAAD, Board Certified Dermatologist

Delray Dermatology + Cosmetic Center team

and results in the highest cure rates and best cosmetic outcomes.

Dr. Alexandra Conde-Green, world-renowned plastic surgeon specializes

in both medical and cosmetic reconstruction. Medically, she

performs skin cancer reconstructions following Mohs surgery, as

well as breast cancer reconstruction. She is an expert in the field of

regenerative medicine and fat transfer, having trained first in Brazil

with the world expert in these techniques before completing plastic

surgery training in New York. She uses her skill and expertise for

cosmetic surgeries including blepharoplasties, face and neck lifts,

tummy tucks, liposuction, and breast augmentation surgery.

She also specializes in Silhouette Instalift, an amazing, no downtime

in-office procedure which uses absorbable threads placed

under the skin in the cheeks and lower face to help create a noanesthesia,

no-pain facelift.

Delray Dermatology is now offering laser hair removal with the state

of the art Lightsheer Duet, the most painless laser hair removal device


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Lorraine Kryvicky, pa-C performing fractional CO2 laser

on the market. Gone are the days of painful hair removal sessions. With

this device an entire back or legs can be treated in 15 minutes.

They are also one of the first practices in Florida offering

Cooltone, a revolutionary body contouring device made by the

same company as Coolsculpting which offers immediate, painless,

long-lasting muscle definition for the abs, arms and glutes. Now in

combination with Coolsculpting for fat removal, Exilis Ultra 360 for

skin tightening and Cooltone for muscle contouring, Delray Dermatology

can offer the complete non-invasive body sculpting package.

Their latest laser treatment is the Fractional CO2 laser, the most

advanced technology to help with deeper wrinkles, fine lines, sun

damage, and acne scars. With downtime of only 5-7 days, this treatment

can reverse the clock 10-20 years.

PRP injections, or platelet rich plasma, are another novel treatment

performed by taking the patients own blood and spinning it to

isolate the plasma portion. This can then be injected into the scalp to

stimulate hair regrowth in male and female pattern hair loss or into

the skin in combination with microneedling to stimulate collagen.

For flawless and youthful looking skin, Clear and Brilliant is still

the most loved laser treatment on the market and most popular in

the practice. Made by the same company that makes Fraxel, it helps

resurface the skin with no downtime in just four treatments. It gives

Plastic Surgeon Dr. Alexandra Conde-Green, MD

amazing results treating pigmentation and melasma, shrinking pore

size and fine lines and helping the skin achieve overall radiance.

“We continue to offer new technologies and improve our existing

treatments for our patients to continue to get maximal results,” said

Dr. Lewis. “Our philosophy is complete correction with a comprehensive

arsenal of industry leading devices to combat signs of aging,

and reverse common concerns such as skin elasticity, wrinkles

and cellulite to maximize the best results for patients.”

Dr. Lewis always wants her patients to look their best and feel

their best.

“Living in sunny South Florida, it’s important to protect our

skin. When we see signs of aging, we need to have a treatment

plan. Delray Dermatology + Cosmetic Center offers an incredible

variety of devices and treatments at our office so that we can develop

and customize a treatment plan to address any skin concern,”

explained Dr. Lewis.

Delray Dermatology + Cosmetic Center also offers general dermatology

in addition to cosmetic procedures and treatments. Dr.

Lewis specializes in skin cancer diagnosis and treatment and is

board certified in comprehensive medical Dermatology.

Patients continue to praise Dr. Lewis and her team for excellence

in dermatology care.

“I absolutely love everything about Delray Dermatology. The staff

alone is just such a breath of fresh air. All of the girls at the front are

so helpful and sweet and they always make me feel so much better

if I am worrying or concerned with anything I may be coming in

for. Dr. Lewis is such an amazing doctor. I can just tell that she takes

her time with all of her patients and really makes sure that you are

getting exactly what you want taken care of. Overall I love going in

for my appointments and the office is just beautiful! So clean which

is very important! I will never go anywhere else! I love everything

about it,” states a satisfied client.

Stop by Delray Dermatology + Cosmetic Center and try out one

or more of their new treatment plans.


Delray Dermatology aestheticians Leah and Jules

Delray Dermatology + Cosmetic Center

550 SE 6th Ave

Delray Beach, FL 33483

(561) 440-8020 | February 2020 | 83

SEED Workspace delray

Planting The Seeds

of Productivity

By diane feen | photos by melissa korman

Do you dream of an upbeat workspace that is far

from the corporate world yet has some of the key

elements that account for its Fortune 500 status?

Terry Marks, President of Seed Delray

Well, look no more. You can plant your success as you would

a seed, so to speak. This new co-work environment is

appropriately called Seed and is located at the West end

of the new shopping plaza anchored by Whole Foods Market on

Linton Boulevard.

The concept of a co-working space is a relatively new one, yet the

need for it has been brewing for some time. “Seed Delray is filling

a huge void for single entrepreneurs (or solopreneurs) through a

premium balanced workplace. It fosters an excellent combination

of collaboration with extended networking, innovation and a

balanced physical layout,” said Terry Marks.

Marks was the brainchild behind this 6,000-square-foot

workspace divided into different work areas to meet the needs of

varying business models.

But the underlying genius is the energetic flow that carries on

throughout the second-floor space. There are large circular windows

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that cast a bright natural light, ergonomic modern furnishings and

rental flexibility to meet any size business or freelancer.

If you want to rent a desk for a few hours, you’re in luck. They

have what is known as a “Hotdesk” for daily, weekly or monthly

use. You get all the amenities that are commonplace in corporate

offices without the staid work environment. You get collaborative

capabilities, fast Wi-Fi, printer-scanner, spacious kitchen,

conference room use, mailboxes and on-site parking.

If you would like a more permanent workspace, you can opt for

one of their “Dedicated Desks.” The desks are dispersed among

assorted office configurations within a harmonious artful design

that fosters a sense of community and productivity.

“We are leading the way for the quintessential upbeat office

lifestyle for the solo entrepreneur. Our office design, the color

schemes, natural light and modular furniture capabilities are the

perfect backdrop for working and networking,” added Marks.

He has a point. Studies do show that when you feel good you do

good. And when you are ensconced in an upbeat environment you

are more productive, especially when your work is mixed with a bit

of socializing and networking.


Hot Desks/Co-Working Desks

Larger Seed space with 33 Dedicated Desks and 4 private offices

For a more spacious – and larger group – there are Private

Offices available. They are equipped with modern Herman Miller

furnishings, telephones, bright natural light, single or multiple desk

set-ups, kitchen, conference room access and other amenities.

Workscapes and Carrie Leigh Designs, two of the most

memorable and talented design teams around, designed the Seed

space. There is a faux green plant wall to uplift your endorphins, a

Zen Relaxation Room to contemplate your next move (or cultivate

inner calm), wooden wall art to perk up your creative cortex and

modular furniture for congenial meeting spaces.

There is also a lounge space, private meeting area, reception

center, phone room and other amenities. Add that to concierge

services, social and networking events and you have an optimal

workspace that is perfect for growing a new business or sprouting

from a larger one.

Because Seed was formally a two-story bank, it has a strong

structural foundation with large arched windows and wide-open

floor plan. Seed is walking distance to the Delray Beach Train

Station and right off Interstate 95 for roadway convenience.

“At Seed, we do things differently,” says Marks. “Hustle and grind

is replaced with smart working. All work and no play is replaced by

plenty of both.”

Marks believes that their holistic approach to co-working

fosters productivity and creativity. And, it does make sense that a

growing community of diverse professionals has the potential for

networking and support. Especially if given the proper environment

for this alchemy to take place.

Main Conference Room

“We’re offering something new,” Marks says. “A big-city take on

Delray Beach co-working. This original idea grew from a desire

to create a bright, buzzing space where you can come and get

things done.”

The Delray Beach Station (formally The International Plaza) has

undergone a metamorphosis and is repurposed to fit the needs of

Delray residents. According to Seed creators their brand is tied to

the holistic approach of its neighboring organic megabrand. “Seed

is founded on the concept of the same holistic approach to life and

work as Whole Foods Market.

The S.J. Collins Enterprises, owners of Delray Beach Station,

have redeveloped the shopping center and created a new modern

shopping experience.

Seed retail neighbors include: Papa Giuseppe’s Italian, 9-Round

Boxing, Subway, Hand and Stone Massage, First Watch Pet Supplies

Plus, Club Pilates, Banfield Pet Hospital, Poké, BurgerFi, Vana Spa,

Tipsy Salon Bar and more.

“At Seed we cater to people like you who want to spend their

workdays among like-minded people in a setting that feels

professional and inviting,” adds Marks. “We want you to look

forward to coming to work in the morning. That’s why Seed is

founded on a principle of balance, productivity and style.”

The ultimate concept of Seed is to combine light, airy shared

work areas with modern, private offices. This creates a coworking

space that suits solo freelancers all the way up to thriving

businesses. And, with a global economy that rewards mavericks

and free thinkers - this is the perfect proving ground for creativity

and culmination of ideas.

“Seed’s ethos is all about creating that perfect work-life balance,”

says Marks. “Our professional setting has an organic, energetic

ambiance where you can turn your ideas into reality.”

The Seed Workspace creators are proud of what they have to offer

the community. They invite you to drop by for coffee and a tour.

There is something for every size small business or solopreneur.

Call Ricky Fleming, their leasing specialist at 561 -774-2610.

“At Seed, we do things differently.”


Entrance into Suite B with Dedicated Desks and private offices

SEED Workspace

900 Linton Blvd, 2nd floor

Delray Beach, FL

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Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce



140 NE 1st Street, Delray Beach

(561) 278-0424

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Sarah Crane


We are improving

veterans’ quality

of life with

HBOT. It’s shown

to reduce anxiety,



brain fog and

increase energy.

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egulars | city people

by diane feen | Photo by Melissa korman

Making A Difference One Day At A Time

Like Santa Claus, Sarah Crane

came from a faraway land

bringing gifts to distribute.

Unlike the traditional ones under the tree hers are more subtle

in nature, yet equally as profound in their entirety.

As the Executive Director at Help Our Wounded (HOW)

Foundation, Crane tends to those with brain or concussive injuries.

Her impact on this segment of this population is to make sure they

have access to Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy.

This lofty goal is the center of her universe, yet there are many other

planets in her social and philanthropic orbit. They range from the

Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce to Impact 100 PBC, Palm Health

Foundation’s Brain Advisory Council, Old School Square and beyond.

To categorize this young woman is a fools’ errand. She is an accomplished

singer and actress and can be seen belting out the National

Anthem on St. Patrick’s Day at various Veterans events in Palm Beach

County and Virginia.

She’s also the consummate volunteer, coordinating and shaping up

various activities around town. “I am a compulsive volunteer,” said

Crane, who seems much older than her 33 years.

Crane moved to Delray Beach six years ago after getting a Masters

Degree in Cognitive Neuroscience from the University College

London in the UK. She also received a Masters Degree in Business

from FAU.

Though she is a woman of the world, Crane was born in Connecticut

and raised in Virginia. Her grandmother, who has a winter

home in Delray Beach, was her biggest influence growing up.

And her biggest inspiration for helping veterans or civilians seek

medical help with HBOT treatments.

“My grandmother Maggie has been getting Hyperbaric Oxygen

Treatments for over 20 years and it helped her stay sharp, energetic

and improves her health. My great uncle was a veteran and

suffered from PTSD. My grandmother saw him suffering and felt

so helpless to stop it.”

When Maggie discovered the miracles of HBOT treatment it

was a life affirming dream. She then created the non-profit HOW

Foundation that her granddaughter has continued to keep at the

forefront of hope for those with TBI and PTSD.

“We are improving veterans’ quality of life with HBOT. It’s

shown to reduce anxiety, depression, insomnia, brain fog and increase

energy. Patients come to us with a backpack full of medication

and after they go through the program their medication is

reduced or safely eliminated,” said Crane.

But it’s not just veterans that are benefiting from the HOW Foundation.

It’s also equestrians, car accident victims and athletes.

Crane (and her team) just gave a presentation at the Winter Equestrian

Festival about concussions, brain injury and HBOT treatment.

HOW was selected to compete in the Great Charity Challenge at the

Palm Beach International Equestrian Center February 1st.

When not working at HOW Crane can be seen helping out at a myriad

of places. She was front center at the Sand Sculpting Contest on

Delray beach July 4th, she co-founded the Foundation for Collective

Impact (that raised money and sent emergency items to the Bahamas

after the hurricane) and was a grant reviewer for Impact 100 PBC.

After meeting this energetic do-gooder, one has to wonder – what

is her motivation?

“My desire to help people was definitely influenced by my grandmother.

She was involved in environmental and wildlife conservation

and never backed down from a challenge. Even as a kid I used to act

as a peacekeeper. I would negotiate between two different points of

view and create a unique solution.”

It seems that Crane continues this tradition today. Her work at the

Delray Chamber of Commerce has ranged from Nonprofit Council, to

Board Member and Ambassador.

Stephanie Immelman, President and CEO of the Chamber is in

awe of this young woman’s devotion to those around her. “Sarah approaches

everything she is involved in with thoughtfulness, insight

and wisdom beyond her years. I’ve been lucky to work with Sarah

Crane in many capacities.”

Though she prefers to stay under the radar, Crane has been noticed

as if she were a Phoenix rising in the morning sun. She was nominated

by the media as one of five working women to improve the quality

of life in Delray, and she was nominated for Business Person of the

Year in 2018 by the Delray Chamber.

Though she describes herself as a plucky philanthropic country

mouse who travels the world with a dachshund, her history shows

a fascination with human behavior. She got a Bachelor of Science

Degree in Psychology at Virginia Commonwealth University. While

there she excelled in graduate courses such as Biopsychology, Advanced

Child Psychopathology and Adult Psychopathology. “I love

to see what’s happening in the brain and how it affects behavior,”

she adds.

Her friend Gregg Weiss has observed Crane’s behavior and is

happy to report that she is as genuine and selfless as she appears.

“I always knew there was something special about Sarah. She is

one of the rare souls who delivers what she sets out to do. She is a

big visionary and she’s tenacious. Sarah does things because she’s

passionate about them, not for the glory.”

One of the things that she is passionate about is singing. As a

child she sang all the time and rumor has it she sang in her sleep.

In high school she volunteered to sing at a retirement home every

week. “I would sing the classics - like Gershwin, Porter, Sondheim -

and residents who attended would sometimes end up crying. That

memory, and that release and joy of connection, is what kept me

coming back to sing for them.”

It’s also what brings her to events around town where she belts

out a Broadway caliber voice that will have you thinking, ‘doesn’t

this woman belong on the stage?’

Perhaps she does. But for now, all the world is her stage. “I try

to use my gifts to help others and make the world a better place.”

A good place to start!

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Shirt Chicos $50

Pants Chicos $75

Boots Bandolino $125

Bag Coach $125


Earrings Brighton $40

Top Calvin Klein $60

Skirt Francesca’s $50

Boots Macy’s $150

Bag Coach $230

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Shoes Cole Hahn $230

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Shoes Nine West $80

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1218 Harbor Drive, Delray Beach | $3,950,000 | 4-BD, 6.5-BA | This timeless, Mediterranean-inspired estate is enveloped by

lushly landscaped courtyards, outdoor living rooms and a sparkling pool with spillover spa. Well proportioned rooms are grand in

scale, while light and airy; bringing the outdoors in through walls of windows and French doors. Just beyond a handsome office,

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sweater Macy’s $49

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leggings Express $20

shoes Jack Rodgers $129

Bag Louis Vuitton Courtesy of Mom



earrings Hy Pa Hy Ma $35

watch BCBG $195

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Love is in the fare.

Celebrate your love at The Atlantic Grille, Delray’s premier seafood restaurant. Our delectable menu

will seduce your senses with bold flavors and fresh ingredients, and our live entertainment, colossal

aquariums, and ocean-themed cocktails will set the stage for romance every time you visit.

For reservations, visit or call 561-693-3499.



Gift cards are available at

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Bag Gucci $1600

Pants Mother $200

Shoes Nordstrom $150

Rings Jarod Jewerly $1200

Glasses Fendi $400



Necklace Iceland $100

Shirt Old Navy $15

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Bag Fyre $250

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912-914 Palm Trail - Delray Beach - 2 Prime Lots! 20,000 sq. ft. each. Plans for 5 townhomes on each! $4,500,000

837, 839, 841 and 843 Denery - Delray Beach

2 Lots with plans for 4 townhomes. $1,300,000

825 Lake Ave N - Delray - 50 x 150 lot with

plans for single family home. $425,000

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plans for single family home. $345,000

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• FREE Lease Car

• Return Inspection

• Custom Touch-Up Service

• FREE Pick-Up & Delivery

• Bumper Paint & Repair

• Scratches, Scrapes,

Moldings & Mirror Covers

• Minor Repair on

Fenders, Quarter Panels

& Related Parts





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dining | restaurant review

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Pizza Valentina

Scuola Vecchia

Owner Sharon Aloisio bought (and shipped to Delray) the

wood burning oven made of volcanic stone that heats to

1000 degrees. She was one of the first restauranteurs to

make Caputo flour pizza dough taste light as a feather and imported

Italian San Marzano tomato sauce melt in your mouth.

She also imported the wisdom, culinary excellence and 200-year-old

Neapolitan pizza-making skills from the master, Roberto Caporuscio.

And she did it with precision and dedication.

The results were stunning. People came from all over to savor the

flavors and texture of real Neapolitan pizza and homemade pasta

that Sharon cooked up.

It was a unique dining experience, and one that Aloisio adhered

to strictly. She followed the tradition of the masters in Italy and so

did her fans – that included locals, out of towners and the media.

The menu grew and so did their expertise. Everyone seemed to

notice. “This is the best pizza anywhere. There is true integrity in

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Scuola Vecchia

The True Essence Of

Eating Italian Pizza

When Scuola Vecchia opened it

was a sensational new experience

that only those who lived in

Naples, Italy would understand.


what they’re doing here. I eat here once a week,” said Reny Hodan,

owner of a popular Delray restaurant nearby.

Hodan isn’t the only one drawn to Scuola Vecchia. Debbie Gansler

and her husband Howard come once a week as well. “We love it

here and have been coming since they opened. We order the Pizza

Margherita and the specials of the day. The white pizza with figs

and gorgonzola cheese is outstanding. I’m Italian and I love the thin

crust, the ingredients and the excellent service.”

Gansler is correct on all counts. The food at Scuola Vecchia is superb

and its authenticity is overwhelmingly delicate and delicious.

We’ve been here before but it seems with age comes perfection

(like wine and wisdom).

Part of the delicate balance of flavors and textures that seduce

the senses are pizzas named after Aloisio’s grandchildren. Luckily

her son – and business partner Shaun – recently had a baby girl. To

honor her birth a pizza was created in her name. Called the Valen-

Pizza Romeo




Fettuccine Mediterraneo

tina, this pizza is out of this world. Made with Prosciutto di Parma,

gorgonzola cheese, cherry pesto and mint, it fills your mouth with

flavors and your spirit with delight.

We also adored the Pizza Romeo, named after Shaun’s five-yearold

son (who enjoys making pizza with his dad). This pizza is divinely

made with homemade mozzarella cheese, thinly sliced potatoes,

crispy pancetta and fresh rosemary. The unusual combination

of flavors and ingredients in this pizza make it decadently delicious.

We weren’t the only ones oohing and aahing over this homemade

Italian fare. Local Delray resident (and finance guy) Dave comes to

Scuola Vecchia quite often and was relishing the food as well. “This

is the best pizza. I’ve been coming here since it opened so I don’t

have to go to New York for pizza. I love Sharon and Shaun – they

care about what goes on your plate and it shows.”

You don’t have to be from New York to appreciate the TLC that

goes into the food at Scuola Vecchia. Take the Girella Salad for instance.

It goes like this – Homemade Mozzarella Cheese Rolls are

stuffed with eggplant, zucchini and Prosciutto di Parma and served

with a house salad with balsamic dressing. It is a celebration of texture

and taste that we found intoxicating. It’s so far out of the traditional

salad comfort zone that the flavors and texture just jump

out at you gleefully.

Speaking of glee – you must try their new homemade Italian

Rice Balls. Called Sicilian Arancini they are lightly breaded and

come three to an order - spinach and béchamel, homemade Bolognese

and Prosciutto Cotto (Italian ham) with mozzarella. They are

simply divine with varying flavors that dance with delight in your

mouth. They’re so good it feels illegal. But, of course it’s as legal as

writing your name on a post-it – but much more fun.

The genius behind much of this excellence and expertise is Sharon.

She learned to cook from her grandmother and has carried

this tradition to fruition in her little corner of the world on Atlantic

Avenue. She tries new dishes and is constantly whipping up specials

that makes everyone ecstatically happy. Just look around – it

feels like Neapolitan Nirvana. And it is!

We aren’t the only ones impressed with Scuola Vecchia. The Daily

Meal rated their pizza one of the best in South Florida and Trip Advisor

deemed their Neapolitan tradition the best pizza on the planet.

So does Donna from Delray. “My husband and I have excellent

experiences at Scuola Vecchia. It’s the best pizza in the WORLD! We

always feel like family when we dine there. Anthony, Rita, Sharon

and Shaun - what wonderful kind people. The Caprese salad with

their homemade Mozzarella is to die for!”

You bet it is. So is their Fettuccini Bolognese with homemade

meat sauce cooked for three hours to infuse flavor into tomato

sauce cooked in their wood oven. We also recommend the Salad

Mare with fresh baby arugula, jumbo shrimp, grape tomatoes, lemon

and extra virgin olive oil.

Because Scuola Vecchia is a family business they welcome everyone

with the same fanfare. That is why they offer Gluten Free

Pizza made with fresh homemade gluten-free flour (not frozen

like most).

Before you say goodbye to Sharon, Shaun and the devoted staff,

check out their desserts. The Flourless Chocolate Cake would make

a horse whisper and a human covet it like a priceless pearl. We also

suggest the homemade Tiramisu.

Scuola Vecchia has hit its stride. The food is superb, inventive

and homemade with love. Sharon and Shaun are at the epicenter

of all this Italian Culinary Greatness, and they welcome you into

their domain.

We suggest you join them!


522 East Atlantic Avenue

Delray Beach



Sicilian Arancini

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dining | recipe

Photo by melisSa korman | By Michel Menna, chef/owner

Pumpkin Ravioli

al la Julietta


1 1/2 Pound Butternut Squash

1 Tsp Salt

3/4 Cup Fresh Grated Cheese

3 Tbsp Butter

Cut in half and place on a baking

sheet. Bake squash at 400

degrees 45 minutes, or until

tender when pierced with a fork.

Cool the squash 5 minutes then

scoop out of the shell and mash

thoroughly with other filling



Homemade Pasta Sheets

2 Cups All Purpose Flour

2 Large Eggs

Pinch of Salt

Place ingredients in a food processor and make

a ball. Using a pasta maker, roll pasta at thinnest

setting to form sheets. Take a teaspoon of filling

mixture and place on top of pasta sheet about

an inch apart. Place a second sheet of pasta on

top. Mold pasta around each scoop of filling and

using a crimping wheel (or fork) cut desired

size of ravioli. Carefully boil ravioli in a large

pot of salted boiling water in small batches for 3

minutes. Scoop out ravioli with a slotted spoon.


3 Cups Heavy Cream

1/2 Cup Peas

1/2 Cup Prociutto

Pinch each of Nutmeg, Salt and Pepper

Place all ingredients in a saucepan and reduce.

Add in ravioli. Serve with sprinkled Parmesan cheese.

il contadino ristorante

165 ne 2nd ave.

downtown Delray Beach

pineapple grove


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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

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Atlantic Grille

1000 E Atlantic Ave, DB

(In the Seagate Hotel)


BanYAn Restaurant

& Bar

189 NE 2nd Ave

Pineapple Grove

DB, 561-563-8871

Boston’s on the Beach

40 S Ocean Blvd, DB


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


O’Connors Irish Pub

210 NE 2nd Ave, DB


Delray Hideaway

1045 E Atlantic Ave, Db



40 S Ocean Blvd, DB


Wine House Social

104 NE 2nd Ave

The Hyatt Place



The London Lounge

2725 N Federal Hwy

DB, 561-808-7138

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

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Famous Market Deli

6570 W Atlantic Ave, DB


Jersey Mikes Subs

455C NE 5th Ave, DB


Jimmy John’s

Gourmet Sandwiches

1911 S. Federal Hwy

DB, 561-243-1100

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

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Ruth’s Chris Steak House

225 N.E. Mizner Blvd.,

Boca, 561-392-6746

La Tre

249 E.Palmetto Park Rd.


Cote France Café

100K Plaza Real South,

Boca. 561-955-6021

Seasons 52

2300 N.W.Executive Ctr,

Boca, 561-998-9952

Six Tables

112 N.E. 2nd 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

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 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

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.

Lighthouse Point

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.

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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

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misc | ask the petxpert

BY Bill Piechocki and Dr. Diane Sudduth, DVM

What Is Really In Pet Foods?

In last year’s review of the pet food industry, it seems that technology

and research has made it a tough year. Unfortunately, you as

a pet parent are not informed of the struggles the pet food industry

faces. Most of you are unaware of numerous pet food recalls that

occurred last year and the number of pets that have been affected.

Many of these recalls are highly processed, commercial dry and

canned products widely distributed in grocery and pet food stores,

veterinary facilities and online websites. Many are name brand foods

that we are asked to trust for the quality and science behind them.

There are also several class action lawsuits occurring behind the

scenes that are not only arising from these recalls, but also address

the validity of packaging and advertising truth. Does that pet food

you purchased for your pet really contain what the images on the

packaging or commercial show? Do you know the quality or meaning

of any or all the ingredients?

Many of the largest recalls are primarily caused by synthetic,

chemical ingredients that can disrupt the natural balance of the

body. Many are formulated as part of the vitamin premixes that

manufacturers must add to those overcooked and processed diets.

The reason these premixes are added in is that the process itself

degrades the vitamin and minerals normally present in real natural

food ingredients. One major manufacturer premix had an excess of

2900% of synthetic vitamin D which is toxic and can cause kidney

failure among other challenges.

The lawsuits are very discerning, reflecting the claims in product

advertising and integrity. These claims are now being scrutinized

over the truthfulness of the description and labeling of ingredients.

In addition, a recent filing questioned the claims of healthy,

holistic, evolutionary ancestral natural ingredients. Images of wild

grey wolves and bobcats, as well as fresh chicken breast, fresh fish

and vegetables on packages and advertisements can be misleading

and deceptive. All dry pet foods, referred to as kibble, require large

amounts of carbohydrates to form the shape and consistency of the

product. To make this highly processed food palatable to our carnivore

pets, they must be sprayed with synthetically produced “natural”

flavors which are chemicals.

The problem that pet parents are confronted with is the lack of

transparency and understanding of the ingredients being used.

These products are designed for our convenience first which equates

to the use of preservatives, synthetic supplements, stabilizers, appetite

enhancers and colors for the finished product.

When we approach the whole real human grade fresh ingredient

model, we can see the product as it is. If you are preparing your own

entrees or using a producer that you trust, you should still verify

that the ingredients are fresh, wholesome and not pre-processed.

You should know if the ingredients were inspected, handled under

quality and food safety standards and preferably human-grade. For

instance, if you were to purchase a rotisserie chicken and create a pet

food, your label would only list the chicken and other ingredients YOU

added in, not what was added to the chicken before you bought it.

So please beware of what you are buying. Remember, every synthetic

or chemical ingredient will have a negative effect on your pet’s body

and can create disease and imbalance. The fewer need for these ingredients

will equate to a healthier, less stressed and happier pet. Let’s

give your pet the opportunity for a cleaner life and optimal health.

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. Visit us at www.PetHealthCafe.

com or 800-940-7387. Call us for a free consultation or stop by Fiesta Pet

Deli, 954-971-2500, we would be more than happy to help.



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12 Knight

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