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1 Boca Exposure, Page 1 A Seabreeze Publication Woodfield Hunt & C.C., Fieldbrook Estates, St. Andrews, Boca Grove, Polo Club, New Port Bay Club, Seasons of Boca VOL. 15 NO. 1 Fashion Under The Stars Raises Over $80,000 For Parkinson s Research JANUARY 2015 where models rocked the runway with fashions from Chukkers for the ladies and fashions from Guy La Ferrera for the gentlemen. Both stores are located in Boca Raton. The live auction provided the largest, single money-raiser of the evening a week s stay for two at Two Totem Lodge in Montana, donated by Paul and Mary Ann Milhous and purchased for $20,000 by Henry and Gale Petronis. Other items included a week s stay at a lakeside retreat in Lake Charlevoix, Mich., donated by Enrique and Irene Sosa and purchased by George and Marjorie Yeonas and a private dinner for 10, courtesy of Crystal Bay Caterers in Boca, purchased by event chairs Robert and Gail Milhous. Event Chairpersons Robert and Gail Milhous The National Parkinson Foundation (NPF) and the South Palm Beach County chapter of NPF organized an elegant evening of fine food and fashion in their ongoing efforts to benefit research and resources for those affected by Parkinson s disease. The event was held the evening of Thursday, Nov. 20 at the Boca Raton residence of Robert and Robin Muir where over 150 foundation supporters gathered to see Fashion Under the Stars. The organization raised over $80,000 through ticket sales, a raffle and a live auction. A special guest and auctioneer was famed comedian Lonnie Shorr, best known for hundreds of TV appearances and as a Boca Grove Plantation Joins Area Country Clubs To Feed The Hungry On Tuesday, Nov. 25, Boca Grove and three other Boca Raton area country clubs (St. Andrews Country Club, Addison Reserve Country Club and The Polo Club) joined together for the sixth consecutive year to aid Congregation B nai Israel of Boca Raton and Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church in the 30th Feed the Hungry program. The program provided Thanksgiving dinner for approximately 4,000 people, mostly children, from Boca Raton, Deerfield Beach, Delray Beach and West Palm Beach. The country clubs joined together to provide traditional Annie Green and Christine Lynn headliner at showrooms from Las Vegas to Atlantic City. The evening began with a cocktail reception followed by an elegant dinner underscored by music performed by an acclaimed string quartet of graduate students from Lynn University. Following dinner, guests enjoyed a fashion show Thanksgiving side dishes mashed potatoes, gravy, sweet potatoes, macaroni and cheese, rolls and stuffing. Each person was also given a small amount of food for them to enjoy throughout the week. Boca Grove s General Manager Emerson Chuck Lehner said, Boca Grove strives to make a difference throughout our community and is proud to be a part of this annual tradition. Joining with other area clubs for such an admirable and deserving cause is truly remarkable! It s a testament to what we can accomplish when we all work together to make a difference. We re happy our contribution could brighten someone s day. About Boca Grove Boca Grove Plantation is a golf and country club, focusing on an uncompromising dedication to service and excellence. A boutique-style residential community and recreational Event hosts Robert and Robin Muir Fashion Under The Stars on page 12 oasis in the heart of Boca Raton, Boca Grove is recognized as one of South Florida s most affluent communities. With approximately 450 member families, this stunning community exhibits style and grace afforded only to the most elite private clubs in South Florida. Members enjoy an elegant lifestyle in an idyllic setting surrounded by natural beauty, sparkling lakes and beautiful landscaping. The fantastic clubhouse is constantly bustling with social activity. With upscale and casual options and a variety of special occasion dinners and celebrations, members and their guests are delighted with a dining experience that is second to none. For those who enjoy an active lifestyle, Boca Grove offers a Jim Fazio designed 18-hole championship golf course, twelve Har-Tru courts that have hosted Olympic Gold Medalist Andy Murray, a resort style swimming pool and a completely equipped fitness center. This gorgeous gated community maintains a commitment to outstanding service and offers its members endless opportunities for fun and camaraderie. For more information, visit www. or call (561) or follow on Twitter, Google+, WordPress and Pinterest.

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3 The SYMPHONIA Boca Raton Announces First Ever Apollo Awards Awards Designed By Internationally Known Sculptor As part of its 10th anniversary season, The SYMPHONIA, Boca Raton will present the first-ever Apollo Awards for Musical Excellence. The new award will be presented at a ceremony that will honor musicians, composers and patrons of the arts whose outstanding work is a positive reflection of classical composers from the past. The awards will be presented, when appropriate, to icons in the music world who have built on this musical foundation. The Apollo Awards have been named after the mythical Greek God of music and poetry. This award pays homage to the importance of music in our lives, Steve Pomeranz, The Symphonia Board chairman said. Noted sculptor Stephen Vince designed the trophy that will be given to the honorees. According to the artist, the sculpture reflects the four sections of an orchestra winds, brass, strings and percussion, combined with the concept of excellence. Stephen Vince s work has been on exhibit around the world, including in London during the 2012 Olympics, in 1988 in New York s Central Park as part of a nature conservancy campaign, in Monte Carlo at the VI International Sculpture Biennial, in Glasgow at the Vennel Museum, at the Hong Kong Museum of Art and in Washington, D.C., at The World Bank. Vince is known for his expeditions to Hong NOW OPEN Boca Exposure, Page 3 Kong, South Africa and Thailand, where he sculpted endangered people and animals. Fullscale exhibitions of his Sculpture Safaris have been mounted in New York, England, Scotland, Switzerland and Nantucket. Stories about his work have appeared in major British, American and Hong Kong media outlets, including the BBC and CNN. Vince maintains studios in Norfolk, England and West Palm Beach. The Apollo Award recipients will be announced shortly and the awards will be presented at The SYMPHONIA s 10th anniversary gala to be held in April. For information or to reserve tickets to the gala evening, please call (866) , or visit About The SYMPHONIA The mission of The SYMPHONIA, considered to be one of South Florida s world-class orchestras, is to provide quality classical music for the enjoyment and benefit of the Palm Beach County community. The SYMPHONIA s performances and educational outreach programs feature nationally and internationally acclaimed conductors and soloists, enhancing the cultural lives of the residents, with special emphasis on its younger citizens. The SYMPHONIA will celebrate its 10th year in the season. Sensational Upscale Contemporary Wear Within the shop, an incredible room packed with sensational Brighton accessories Clothing lines you re just gonna love! % OFF 40with this ad Any single regular priced clothing One time use. Not to be used with any other promotion. Hurry, expires 1/31/15 Like no other shop you ve ever seen! Between Bagel Works & Field of Flowers on Glades (near Party City)

4 Page 4, Boca Exposure Slow Burn Theatre To Present The South Florida Premiere Of The Musical Bonnie & Clyde Continuing their sixth season, the award-winning Slow Burn Theatre Company will present the South Florida premiere of the musical Bonnie & Clyde. It tells the story of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow who went from two small-town nobodies in West Texas to America s most renowned folk heroes and the Texas law enforcement s worst nightmares. Fearless, shameless and alluring, the Tony nominated Bonnie & Clyde, with music from the legendary Frank Wildhorn (Jekyll & Hyde, Civil War, Dracula) is an electrifying story of love, adventure and crime captured the excited attention of an entire country. Bonnie & Clyde s book is by Ivan Menchell and lyrics by Don Black. A show like Bonnie & Clyde is the kind of show Slow Burn Theatre Company is in existence to produce, said Patrick Fitzwater, Slow Burn s artistic director. It s a musical that didn t get a fair shake on Broadway one that deserves to be seen and we re incredibly excited to bring this show to our audiences. The cast of Slow Burn Theatre s Bonnie & Clyde Editorial copy appearing herewith is not necessarily the viewpoint of Seabreeze Publications of Central Florida. Most editorial copy is created by the homeowners and is edited by their appointed editor. Seabreeze Publications Publisher Terrence C. Reid M. Sean Reid East Coast Sales & Marketing Director Gail Fortin LuAnn Ellsworth, Assistant Sales Gail Fortin, Tom English, Bret McCormick, Carl Marszewski Diva s Reviews Marcia Dowd Production Department Elaine Donholt Ruth Nekoranec Clara Doster Lora Cox Katie Heystek Lisa Hartford Olga Farnosova Misty Hidalgo All rights reserved. Reproduction or utilization of these contents in any form by any electric, mechanical, or other means, including xerography and photocopying is forbidden without the written permission of the Publisher. The Publisher is not responsible or liable for misinformation or misprints herein contained and reserves the right to accept or reject all copy deemed unsuitable for publication W. Indiantown Rd., Suite 5, Jupiter, FL (561) FAX (561) includes: Robert Johnston (AEA) (Clyde), Jessica Brooke Sanford (Bonnie), Kaela Antolino (Blanche), Christian Vandepas (Buck), Patrick Rodriguez (Ted), David Cohn (Preacher), David Michael Sirois (Sheriff Schmid), Kaitlyn O Neill (Emma Parker), Meredith Bartmon (Cumie Barrow) and an ensemble featuring Matthew Korinko, Rick Peña, Erin Pittleman, Idalmy Carcache, Conor Walton, Janelle Sango, Bradley Mack, Dan Carter and featuring Juliette Valle and Nicholas Ismailoff (Young Bonnie & Clyde). The creative team for Bonnie & Clyde includes: Patrick Fitzwater (director), Manny Schvartzman (music director), Sean McClelland (scenic designer), Lance Blank (lighting designer), Danny Butler (sound designer) and Rick Peña (costume designer). Slow Burn Theatre is an award-winning locally based professional theatre group providing South Florida s diverse population with opportunities to experience high quality, daring, contemporary and intelligent works of musical theatre. Shows are selected that educate and provoke thought as well as entertain. Bonnie & Clyde will run for 12 performances: Jan. 22 through Feb. 8: Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m., Sunday at 2 p.m. at the West Boca Performing Arts Theater on the campus of West Boca Raton High School on Glades Road. Tickets are available at or by calling (866) For group sales, contact (561)

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7 A Message From CEO Mitch Feldman: West Boca Medical Center 2014 Year In Review This past year was an exciting year for West Boca Medical Center with the introduction of several new features and many accolades. The year got off to a healthy start through the hospital s participation in the city of Coconut Creek s Let s Move! initiative. Launched by the First Lady Michelle Obama, Let s Move! focuses on instilling and maintaining nutritional awareness and a healthy lifestyle in children as part of a nationwide effort to combat childhood obesity. West Boca Medical Center got involved by offering the services of a nurse practitioner to give a lecture on nutrition and answer questions about healthy eating. In the spirit of spring, West Boca Medical Center unveiled plans to grow the hospital by bringing its high level emergency care to North Broward County. Located on State Road 7 in Coconut Creek, the new Emergency Center will open in early 2015 to offer 24/7 emergency care with a minimal wait time in a comfortable atmosphere. Other notable features include access to over 200 specialty physicians, adult as well as pediatric care, imaging and laboratory services, clinical pharmacy services, respiratory care and ambulance access. North Broward County residents will be able to receive the same level of care as they would if they journeyed to the main hospital in Boca Raton, but they will be able to do so right in their own community. The year continued with the hospital receiving the Get With The Guidelines Heart Failure Gold-Plus Quality Achievement Award as well as the Stroke Gold-Plus Quality Achievement Award from the American Heart Association. These recognitions indicate that West Boca Medical Center is committed to implementing a higher standard of care by ensuring that heart failure and stroke patients receive treatment according to national guidelines. In June, the hospital began renovating and refurbishing its Birth Care Pavilion to look and feel more like a spa with additional private rooms. The changes included enhanced amenities to make the patient rooms more comfortable for mothers as well as their families. The upgrades also included additions to the labor and delivery rooms such as new baby warmers and bassinettes. To make it easy for everyone to stay comfortable and connected throughout the labor and delivery process, new features also included wireless Internet and workspaces for family members. As part of West Boca Medical Center s new and improved maternity offerings starting during the summer, the hospital launched the Newborn Channel, a television station that delivers essential neonatal and parenting information to help prepare new families before, during and after their hospital stay. Available on televisions in the hospital, the Newborn Channel is overseen and reviewed by a Medical Advisory Board that works diligently to ensure all content is up-todate and presented in a clear and understandable manner for patients and their families. In recognition of West Boca Medical Center s dedication to providing exceptional care to new mothers and their babies, the hospital received the 2014 Maternity Care Excellence Award from Healthgrades for the ninth year in a row. The distinction places West Boca within the top 10 percent of hospitals evaluated for exceptional care provided to mothers and their newborns. In August, the hospital began offering MAKOplasty, one of the latest innovations in total hip and partial knee replacement surgeries. MAKOplasty helps treat patients with early to mid-stage osteoarthritis of the knee and patients with arthritis of the hip by providing optimal implant positioning and placement for each patient. The art of healing came to life when The Breast Center at West Boca Diagnostic Imaging teamed up with Women in the Visual Arts (WITVA) to host an art show in early October to launch an ongoing gallery that will remain at The Breast Center. The display of WITVA art will help create a By Susan Stallone The late Cantor Stephen Dubov s love of people and his powerful music brought healing and joy to many, and he will be honored this February 15, 2015 at 3 p.m. with a performance by Six13, a six-man New York City based a capella group with an unprecedented style of Jewish music. They sound like a full band while using nothing but their voices. Driven by a mission to connect Jews around the globe with their heritage through music, Six13 has appeared in front of millions around the world to rave reviews and standing ovations. Featured cantorial performances will include Cantor Dan Singer, a featured vocalist with Six13, Lori Shapiro and Michelle Auslander Cohen from Temple Beth El of Boca Raton, and Stephanie Shore and Sarah Freudenberg from Congregation B nai Israel. The concert will be held at Temple Beth El of Boca Raton Schaefer Family Campus, 333 SW 4th Avenue, Boca Raton, FL on Sunday, February 15 at 3 p.m. Tickets are available online or by phone from both Boca Exposure, Page 7 comfortable environment for patients visiting the center. All of the art is available for purchase, with a portion of the proceeds going to WITVA scholarships. In late October, West Boca Medical Center participated in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5K to raise money for breast cancer awareness and treatment. Dr. Cheryl Moss- Mellman, a breast health specialist at The Breast Center at West Boca Diagnostic Imaging, served as chair of the event. The hospital was proud to be able to support such a worthy cause. Wrapping up the year, West Boca s Primary Stroke Center earned accreditation by The Joint Commission, which also recently named the hospital a 2013 Top Performer on Key Quality Measures. The hospital has been recognized as a Primary Stroke Center by the state of Florida for the last five years. Additionally, West Boca was awarded an A Hospital Safety Score by The Leapfrog Group for the sixth consecutive year. These two accolades highlight the hospital s attention to patient care in several key areas. Cantor Stephen Dubov s Memory Keeps Music Alive For All Generations sponsoring synagogues: Temple Beth El, org or (561) or Congregation B nai Israel, www. or (561) Ticket prices are $100 for reserved benefactor seating, $36 for preferred seating, $18 for general seating and a discounted $10 rate for students. Cantor Stephen Dubov grew up in Florida, and was ecstatic to return home from Michigan to fill the cantorial position at Temple Beth El of Boca Raton after a diverse and distinguished career that included a role on television s Guiding Light, appearances in 152 films, performances in Israel, on Broadway, with opera companies and the Los Angeles and New Orleans Philharmonics. In addition, he Cantor Stephen Dubov s Memory on page 8 Is Your Financial Advisor Fixed on Your Fixed Income Portfolio? Gary Rosenberg works comprehensively with his clients wealth management plans. 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8 Page 8, Boca Exposure Cantor Stephen Dubov s Memory from page 7 spent six years at Temple Beth El in Bloomfield Township, directed the Kidz Klez Band of Michigan and took them to Carnegie Hall. He came to Boca Raton and became Temple Beth El s Cantor on July 1, A month later, he performed Friday and Saturday services and then returned to his West Bloomfield home to help his family get ready to join him in Florida. There, he died suddenly on August 6, He was only 55 years of age. About Temple Beth El of Boca Raton The mission of Temple Beth El is to inspire a passionate commitment to Jewish life, learning, community and spiritual growth. The Schaefer Family Campus and Rabbi Merle E. Singer Sanctuary are located in East Boca at 333 SW 4th Avenue. The Beck Family Campus is located in West Boca at 9800 Yamato Road, just east of 441. Along with weekly Shabbat services, social, educational and religious programs, Temple Beth El offers a religious school for students K-12; the Beth El Early Learning Center, a preschool program which includes full day childcare for babies as young as 2 months; and the Beth El Mausoleum, located at the Schaefer Family Campus. (561) , Six13, an exciting Jewish a cappella group from New York, will share the stage with Cantor Dan Singer and Cantorial Guests Lori Shapiro and Stephanie Shore at the 7th annual concert honoring the memory of Cantor Stephen Dubov z l. JEWELRY DESIGNERS SINCE 1954 We purchase your old jewelry, diamonds & watches. Immediate on-site appraisal and payment. Call Moni at or stop in at 210 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach FL. ARE YOUR INSURANCE RATES ON THE RISE? (IF YES, READ BELOW. IF NO, READ BELOW.) Keystone Insurance Group offers expert advice and customized solutions for our customers. If you re experiencing unexpected changes to your auto, homeowners or commercial policy, call us today and let our agency show you what you ve been missing or

9 The Singles Scene Column 2015: The Year of the Love Movement By Kelly Leary M.S., Founder of Revolution Dating Happy New Year friends, fans, and clients! Are you ready to make it a lifechanging year? As many of you know, last year my team and I made some revolutionary moves and countless people benefited from our boldness and commitment to the Love Movement. For us, 2014 will always be known as a record and life-changing year. We started a revolution of love and so can you. The best part about starting a revolution is LETTING GO of the past and any memories, negativity or emotional baggage that no longer serves you or others. After you do, you will find that you have far more to give and share with those around you, including the community. Realize, this could be the greatest year of your life, regardless of your age. Maslow, an American psychologist, was best known for creating Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs. We all have love and belonging needs, which we can fulfill through friendship, intimacy, affection and love...from work group, family, friends, and in highest form...romantic relationships. You can run, but you cannot hide from the basic love and be loved. When you commit your life to LOVE, doors will fly open for you and you will naturally share your love with the world. More love will come back to you in return. My team and I are here to literally help improve the world, one date at a time. We have the highest rate of satisfied clients in the industry with more then 90% reporting a positive experience with us. The ripple of effect of good relationships is boundless. As you can see in the photos we share each week, we are changing lives. These images prove the saying that a picture is worth 1,000 words. If I would give you a single vital piece of dating advice for 2015 then it would be this: Join the Love Movement in one way or another. Just do it. Get off your couch. Shut down your computer. Stop looking for virtual love and seek out real love. Stop whining and complaining all the time... it will make you ugly...period. You can design a great year or you can have another year flop and drop into the next. Right now you can change your life and feel more alive than ever. You truly have the power to make 2015 the most revolutionary year of your life! Everything I have shared with you, I have either experienced myself or witnessed. I urge you to be bold and to live like you mean it. Carpe diem: Seize the day, my friends. Eliminate naysayers and whiners from your life in 2015, or if you can t shake them completely, then keep them at a distance. You can t change other people, but you can change your response to them, which may in turn also change them just a little bit! Get out of your locked cage...go outside and look around. It s a NEW YEAR!!!! It s a NEW YOU! Embrace the Love Movement of 2015 and you will find new romance and friends around the corner! Now that you have made up your mind, I am ready to meet you! Let s get this party started!!! Happy New Year from the entire Revolution Dating Team! Dreams can come true! Around Town Singles Scene Photos The following photos represent life-changing connections created by the Revolution Dating Firm in These five revolutionary moments depict the impact Revolution Dating is having on its clients and the community. The Love Movement has prompted some extreme positive changes as you can see in these epic photographs! Romance, flirting, and friendships flourished last year as members mixed, mingled, enjoyed quality time with Revolution Dating by their side. People are still talking about The Grand Finale 2014 Masquerade Party that took place at Testa s of Palm Beach Island on December 29th (look for photos in the Valentine s Issue next month). Many couples that met that evening spent New Year s Eve 2015 together as a result! The Revolution is so happy to be in the middle of so much LOVE. Most importantly, Revolution Dating is looking forward to a fantastic Goodbye Aches & Pains Hello Safe, Soothing Bathing Life Changing Therapeutic Relief Safer Bathing. Greater Independence Halloween Eve 2014: This photo says it all!!! Boca Exposure, Page 9 XOXO, Kelly #JoinTheLoveMovement #MenMagnets #RealLifeRomanceIsAroundTheCorner #Grateful Kelly Leary has 23 years in the dating industry and a Master s Degree in Psychology. She has been profiled by ABC News, The Palm Beach Post and other publications. All Revolution Dating members are prescreened first, including background checks. Professional member photos are taken by the staff. Revolution Dating is not online dating or blind dating. In addition to providing matchmaking services that make singles UN-single through their exclusive membership, Kelly also holds private singles events. 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10 Page 10, Boca Exposure Impact 100 Recipients Show Gratitude At Wine And Lite Bites Reception Hearts and pulses beat in tune with the sound of the drums performed by students of the Creative City Collaborative at the Arts Garage when Impact 100 held the Wine & Lite Bites reception for new members recently at the Delray Beach Marriott. Prospective and current members of Impact 100, which awards high-impact grants annually to local nonprofit organizations, were treated to the special drum presentation as an example of the impact the organization makes on the community. Drew Tucker, artistic director for the Drumline Outreach Program, spoke on their behalf. Other representatives from grant recipients provided heart-rending reports on how the Impact 100 grants have transformed lives. Lindsay Perlman, a mentee from Women of Tomorrow, told those attending the program that because of the grant from Impact 100 and her mentor at Women of Tomorrow, she learned how to deal with taunts and criticisms from her school peers and was now preparing for a career on Broadway. Other speakers included: Robin Perlman of Women of Tomorrow, JD Dickenson of Coastal Conservation Association and Brad Hurlburt, president and CEO of the Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin counties. Impact 100 Co-Presidents Sue Diener and Susan Duane were joined on the podium by Tandy Robinson, co-founder. We invite all women in Palm Beach County to join Impact 100 to discover the power of women giving as one, noted Duane. We embrace efficient philanthropy and are proud to announce that we have given $688,000 to 15 nonprofit organizations in the past three years. Victoria Rixon, a member of Impact 100, provided an impromptu perspective on the organization and invited all attending to join. By donating $1,000, members of Impact 100 of South Palm Beach County will vote for programs of local nonprofit organizations at the Grand Awards Celebration, to be held on April 16 at the Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center at Lynn University in Boca Raton. More information on Impact 100 is available at (561) or at Photos by Sherry Ferrante Patricia Maguire, Victoria Rixon and Lisa Mulhall Susan Brockway, Kirsten Stanley and Heather McMechan Katherine Metzger and Chris Heathcott Anne Henderson and Laura Stoltz Impact 100 Recipients Show Gratitude on page 11 Susan Duane, Sue Diener Cindy Krebsbach and Darlene Quashie Henry

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12 Page 12, Boca Exposure Fashion Under The Stars from page 1 We couldn t have been more pleased with this stellar evening and the amount of support it generated, noted Gail Milhous. Everyone here tonight is dedicated to doing whatever we can to raise funds for research, resources and support for people living with Parkinson s and their families. The evening would not have been the resounding success that it was without the help of all the committee members. They included: Vicki Accardi, Bonnie Austin, Mike and Arlette Baker, Gerald and Pam Coffey, Leslie and Esther Evans, Paul and Mary Ann Milhous, Robert and Robin Muir, Phyllis Riesner and Patricia Travis. About Parkinson s Disease (PD) Affecting an estimated one million Americans and four to six million worldwide, PD is the second most common neurodegenerative disease after Alzheimer s and is the 14th leading cause of death in the United States. It is associated with a progressive loss of motor control (e.g., shaking or tremor at rest and lack of facial expression) as well as nonmotor symptoms (e.g., depression and anxiety). There is no cure for PD and 60,000 new cases are diagnosed each year Joyce Oberdorf, Gale Petronis and Henry Petronis in the United States alone. About The National Parkinson Foundation (NPF) Founded in 1957, the National Parkinson Foundation s mission is to improve the quality of care for people with Parkinson s disease through research, education and outreach. NPF has funded more than $180 million in care, research and support services. For more information about NPF, visit or call the NPF Helpline at 1 (800) 4PD-INFO ( ). Pam and Gerald Coffey Lonnie Shorr and Gail Milhous Sept_Seabreeze_Turkey Avocado_Boca_6.75x6 9/29/14 12:14 AM Page 1 Arlette Baker and Jeff Dowd Guy La Ferrera Lonnie Shorr and Robert Muir Don t Pay Boca Prices BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER Daringly Traditional. You crave it. We serve it. Since 1981, TooJay s has been delighting diners with an exciting and eclectic menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner. When the craving strikes indulge in authentic NY Style deli sandwiches or settle in with slow roasted turkey, old fashioned pot roast and other time honored comfort food favorites. Friendly, professional service is a part of every meal, so make plans to join us for a little taste of home. LEGENDARY DESSERTS Eye Exams By Appointment Prada Versace Tiffany Gucci Ray Ban Dolce Gabana and many more Deep Discounts On All Frames Progressive Transition Seeing Is Believing Varilux Free Form Progressive Polarized Deep Discounts On All Lenses TURKEY AVOCADO SANDWICH Slow roasted turkey breast, avocado, arugula, tomato with lemon garlic aioli. Exclusively at TooJay s Black & White Cookies Chocolate Killer Cake Boca Raton Polo Shops (561) Regency Court Plaza (561) Glades Plaza (561) Locations also in Coral Springs, Plantation, Boynton Beach and West Palm Beach

13 Boca Raton-Based Activist Exposes The Activities Of Radical Islam Inside Florida Schools Citizens For National Security s Published Textbook Report And Teacher s Guide Are Read Throughout The Nation Dr. Gary Newman, a popular Boca Raton dentist and leader of one of Citizens For National Security s (CFNS) most important and successful Task Forces uncovering Islamic bias in Florida s K-12 textbooks, spoke to over 120 people last month at Boca West Country Club. Newman described how CFNS shockingly uncovered an Islamic effort to exert its influence in Florida s public schools. CFNS examined dozens of flawed K-12 history and geography textbooks defined as those that include egregious errors, glaring omissions, questionable inclusions, or ethnic and cultural biases that clearly seek to foster a pro-islamic agenda. In a two-year research project, CFNS found over 200 examples from American K-12 textbooks that exemplify blatant Islamic bias and almost half of them were being used in Florida at the time. CFNS s investigations into school textbooks and their pro-islam content have now been cited on FOX News, NPR and USA Today. These persistent efforts of Citizens for National Security over the past five years paid off! As a result of direct CFNS intervention, the largest publisher of American school books, Pearson Prentice Hall, was obliged to correct and reprint at their expense, an Islam-slanted textbook that it intended to sell to Florida s Palm Beach County School District, 11th largest in the nation. Direct CFNS involvement also caused Florida s Miami-Dade School District, the nation s fourth largest school district, to phase out no less Boca Exposure, Page 13 than seven Islam-slanted textbooks after CFNS made a presentation to its school officials. In perhaps the ultimate reward for its involvement, CFNS has now been authorized to work directly with the textbook publishers on the content in their new versions while they are being drafted in the lead-up to Florida s next adoption cycle. A CFNS team will now work with publishers while they write their textbooks, as opposed to trying to remove objectionable ones after they are printed. For more information about these and other issues, or about CFNS, please visit us at www. CFNS.US. Save the date for our third seminar of the season to take place at the Polo Club on Sunday, Jan. 25 at 12 noon. Reservations required. The speaker will be Dr. Peter Mansoor whose topic will be: The Rise Of Isis: A Military Perspective. AMERICAN FRIENDS OF MAGEN DAVID ADOM PRESENTS A Boca-Delray Community Event Cocktails & Dinner FEATURING GUEST SPEAKER Dan Gillerman Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations, SUNDAY, MARCH 22, :00 PM St. Andrews Country Club, Boca Raton An evening dedicated to saving lives in Israel by supporting Magen David Adom, Israel's emergency medical response and blood services agency. For more information, contact us at: or Providing expert specialized care for over 25 years Commitment to Treatment and Diagnosis of Retina, Macula and Vitreous Personalized Patient Care Several Locations for Patient Convenience Advanced Treatment for Macular Disorders Advanced Surgical Techniques Affi liation with State-of-the-Art Surgical Center Lauren R. Rosecan, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.S. Diplomate American Board of Ophthalmology A center of excellence for the diagnosis and treatment of retinal, macula and vitreous diseases and disorders. We Have Emergency Care! (800) BOCA RATON 1050 N.W. 15th Street, #114, Locations also in West Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens and Stuart

14 Page 14, Boca Exposure Top Federation Donors Hear Former Ambassador Michael Oren At Leadership Gifts Event As eagerly anticipated, a night of celebration, inspiration and illumination was in store for the top donors of the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County at this year s new Leadership Gifts Event. Nearly 150 guests gathered at St. Andrews Country Club in Boca Raton on Dec. 4, Moving the new season into high gear, members of the Federation s Ketubah Society, Prime Minister s Council and King David Society reunited with warmth and affection at a cocktail reception, followed by an elegant dinner and enlightening, inspiring program keynoted by Michael Oren, former Israeli Ambassador to the United States. We re thrilled to pay highest tribute to three groups of our community s most distinguished local contributors to the well-being and security of our Jewish family, said Toby Cooperman, who co-chaired the night with her husband, Leon, and with Myrna and Norman Ricken. Not only do you support this community, you lead this community by example, welcomed Norman Ricken. By standing with our federation as our most dedicated contributors, each of you makes a statement of what is important to you. Tonight, we celebrate the impact you make on thousands, locally, in Israel and worldwide. The Federation s Ketubah Society banner Hall of Fame was on proud display, celebrating donor families who have contributed $1 million or more cumulatively to the Federation s 35 Annual Campaigns for Human Needs. The 43 Ketubah Society member families welcomed two more this year, as Rani Garfinkle, Prime Minister s Council chair, announced that Freyda and Edward Burns, and Eleanor and (of blessed memory) Irving Jaffe had joined their ranks. Congressman Ted Deutch, a lifelong pro-israel activist and longstanding supporter of the federation and the Jewish people, spoke of his pride in representing District 21 in South Palm Beach County, and the inspiration he brings to Washington, D.C. from this caring and generous proactive community. As the evening celebrated the depth and power of the guests philanthropy, Larry Feldman, who, with his wife, Diane, chairs the King David Society, exhorted them to look within themselves, count their blessings and dream big. The impact you make on thousands upon thousands in need is nothing short of transformational, he said. With that ability comes the responsibility to make the most profound impact on the most vulnerable among us. So let s act on the values that led us to this room tonight. Together, we can make even more profound an impact today and tomorrow on the community and the people that we cherish. Former Ambassador Oren described his powerful, poignant yet joyous journey from growing up in West Orange, N.J. to making aliyah and becoming a paratrooper in the Israel Defense Forces as a lone soldier and then an officer, to, as a historian educated at Columbia and Princeton, embarking on a diplomatic career culminating in serving as Ambassador from Israel to the United States from As he shared his own narrative, he traced the story of the modern state of Israel, rejoicing in how the Jewish people have come through so much, yet never abandoned our ancestral homeland and our ideals that changed the course of human history. I ve seen Israel emerge from a backwater to a global hub of technological innovation, one of the world s happiest, healthiest and most educated societies and the only democracy in the Middle East. Oren thanked the guests for being vital parts of Israel s story of not only surviving but thriving. He said, Israel is predicated on our Jewish peoplehood varied in politics, Event chairs and speakers: Leon and Toby Cooperman, Congressman Ted Deutch, former Ambassador Michael Oren, Myrna and Norman Ricken Event Sponsors: Richard Steinberg, Albert W. Gortz, former Ambassador Michael Oren, David Pratt, Marjorie Horwin, James Tisdale Ron Gallatin, former Ambassador Michael Oren, Meryl Gallatin Giving Society Chairs: Diane and Larry Feldman, Rani Garfinkle observance, origins, it s why we ve been here for 4,000 years. Israel is our state as no other country can be. The evening s sponsors were lauded for their support: federation s generous Major Gifts Program sponsors: Morrison, Brown, Argiz & Farra, LLC; Proskauer; and Steinberg Global Asset Management, Ltd; Exclusive Magazine Sponsor, The Boca Raton Observer; and Atlas Party Rental. For more information about the variety of major gifts opportunities at the Beverly Sallz, William Newman, Betty Kane Top Federation Donors on page 16 federation, please contact Ida Novack at (561) or Ed and Freyda Burns

15 Boca Exposure, Page 15 Let Your Imagination Shine Brightly Invite the richness of art, music and culture into your life with programs, courses, lectures and performances at the Levis JCC Sandler Center in Boca Raton. happiness Join us for what does that mean to me? A Musical Tribute to Harry Warren with Marshall Turkin and an eight piece Classic Jazz Ensemble An inspirational event that challenges each of us to examine what happiness means. Featuring keynote speaker Barbara Schmidt and a panel of experts that includes David Pollay, Marilyn Charwat and Marcelene Dyer. Moderated by Robin Rubin. Play Your Cards (or Your Tiles) Right! Fun and friendly competition make our tournaments don t miss events. Both include continental breakfast, boxed lunch and refreshments, and cash prizes! Mah Jongg Tournament Wednesday, February 11 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Canasta Tournament Wednesday, February 18 9:30 a.m. Delight in the music of Harry Warren, composer of more than 400 songs for Hollywood, Broadway and Tin Pan Alley. Beifield Auditorium, Levis JCC Sandler Center $75 per person, A&L Gold Members: $65, A&L Platinum Members: $45 Sponsored by Tournaments Saturday, January 31, 7:30 p.m. Zinman Hall, Levis JCC Monday, February 23 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. $40 per player per tournament, A&L Gold Members: $30, A&L Platinum Members: $20 $30, A&L Gold Members: $25, A&L Platinum Members: Free The Schmidt Fund Presented in cooperation with Lynn University Adult University Lectures Presenting exciting, engaging and entertaining lectures on a variety of topics. Upcoming lectures include: Mah Jongg: The Art of the Game with Ann Israel Monday, February 2, 10:00 a.m. The Life and Times of Joan Rivers with Larry Ferber Monday, February 2, 2:00 p.m. All About Robin Williams with Ira Epstein Tuesday, February 24, 7:30 p.m. The Presidents and the Jews with Rabbi David Dalin Wednesday, February 25, 7:30 pm. Individual Lectures are $16, A&L Gold Members: $11, A&L Platinum Members: Free The Jewish Storytelling Project with Caren Neile Everybody s Got a Story! What s Yours? Learn to tell your own story in a meaningful and engaging way. Perform your story before a live audience. Caren Schnur Neile, PhD., MFA is an acclaimed professional storyteller. She is an affiliate professor at Florida Atlantic University and co-host of the Public Storyteller on WLRN 91.3 FM. Opening Performance by professional storytellers, Caren Neile and Carrie Sue Ayvar Monday, January 26, 7:00 p.m. $15, A&L Gold Members: $12, A&L Platinum Members: Free Workshop dates Mondays, 7:00-9:00 p.m., February 2, 9, 23 and March 2 and 9 $95, A&L Gold Members: $75, A&L Platinum Members: $60 Final Performance by workshop participants Sunday, March 15 at 2:00 p.m. $15, A&L Gold Members: $12, A&L Platinum Members: Free LIVE THEATER Five Women Wearing the Same Dress Thursday, January 8, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, January 10, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, January 11, 2:00 p.m. Thursday, February 19, 7:30 p.m. Hairspray Adult University Mini Courses The Great Tenors: From Enrico Caruso to Jonas Kaufmann with Cantor Paul Offenkrantz, Metropolitan Opera alumnus Thursdays, 2:00 p.m., January 15, 22, 29, February 5, 12 Portrayal of Jews in Opera with Dr. Joseph Gilbert (presented in cooperation with B nai Torah Congregation) Par1: Tuesday, February 10, 7:30 p.m. Part 2: Wednesday, February 11, 7:30 p.m. Islam from a Jewish Perspective with Paul Azaroff Mondays, 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., January 5 - March 16 Yiddish: The Mamaloshen of the Ashkenazim with Paul Azaroff (not just for beginners) Wednesdays, 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., January 7 - March 18 Pricing varies per course, please call or visit us online for details Trips & Travel Around the corner or across the country, these trips and excursions promise to delight the adventurer in everyone. Overnight Cultural Trip to Orlando & Winter Park January Visit the Morse Museum, Orlando Museum of Art, Polasek Museum and Sculpture Garden, Harry P. Leu Botanical Gardens, Cornell Fine Art Museum, boat ride through the lakes of Winter Park, and shop on Winter Parks Park Avenue. Saturday, January 24, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, January 25, 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. $275 (double occupancy), $350 (single occupancy) VIP Reserved Seating: $36 Individual shows: $26, A&L Gold Members: $23, A&L Platinum Members: Free Tour America s breathtaking National Parks. Cruise Lake Powell, marvel at the Grand Canyon, Grand Tetons, Zion, and Yellowstone National Parks, visit the artists colony in Sedona, enjoy Scottsdale and be entertained by cowboys in Jackson Hole and so much more. The National Parks of America August 30 September 10, 2015 Informational Meeting: January 14, 7:00 p.m. Adults ages 50 and older compete in sports and activities including 3 on 3 basketball, bowling, tennis (singles and doubles), couples dance and a joke-telling competition. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15 8:00 a.m. Registration 9:00 a.m. Competitions Start $18 for 1 event, $25 for 2 events, $30 for 3 events (Bowling: $18 plus bowling alley fees; special pricing not available) $4,239 (double occupancy), $5,589 (single occupancy) including airfare For tickets, call (561) or visit Adolph & Rose Levis Jewish Community Center Phyllis & Harvey Sandler Center for Jewish Life Enhancement and Cultural Arts th Avenue S., Boca Raton, FL 33428

16 Page 16, Boca Exposure Top Federation Donors from page 14 Herman and Adele Lebersfeld, Judi and Allan Schuman Gary and Robin Rubin, Phyllis and Harvey Sandler, Amy and David Ross Woodfield Promotes Health Among Employees With Yearlong Wellness Challenge Relying on the concept that healthy employees are excellent employees, Woodfield Country Club in Boca Raton recently started its yearlong Wellness Challenge, a fun and entertaining event that places a premium on health, wellness and physical fitness. Woodfield Country Club is an active country club community that encourages its residents to be healthy and physically fit, said Eben Molloy, general manager. It stands to reason that we would have the same philosophy when it comes to our employees and it s gratifying to see that we are helping employees make positive physical changes to their health. Based on results from its Annual Employee Survey, the club created a comprehensive wellness program to encourage employees to live a healthier lifestyle. From personalized nutrition counseling to healthy cooking classes, employees are focusing on making healthy lifestyle changes both at work and at home. Through a series of fun and entertaining programming, employees can qualify for a variety of awards with the grand prize being $500 or 40 hours of paid time off. Even more important is the fellowship and teamwork that is being fostered among Woodfield employees as a result of this program. Our research indicates that organizations that promote healthy lifestyles among their staffs have fewer sick days, higher employee evaluations and less turnover, added Molloy. This type of program is a win/win for the employees and for the members and residents of Woodfield Country Club. The bottom line is that we care about our employees and want them to excel professionally and physically. The programming is divided into three categories, including nutrition, fitness and lifestyle. Employees receive points for participation within these areas. Some of the activities include: Attend a healthy cooking class at Woodfield Meet one-on-one with Woodfield s registered nutritionist Plant your own garden Join a fitness club Participate in Woodfield s 5K Employee Run Tour Boca Raton Regional Hospital s Mammo Van Schedule an annual physical Volunteer in your community This program is fostering a wide range of other benefits, Southern Exposure Technologies Computer Install/Setup/Repair (561) * DSL, Broadband,Wireless Install * Networking, Troubleshooting * Instruction * Hardware/Software Installation * Virus/Spyware/Adware Fix * Cleanup/Maintenance/Backup * Business Consult/Startup/Move * Website Design/Maintenance Call S.E.T. to install your new computer, printer and wireless network! GET S.E.T. GO! 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17 Boca Exposure, Page 17 What You Must Know About The New PIP Law By Martin Zevin, Attorney On Jan. 1, 2013, a new Florida law took effect. You may not know or care about it until you are injured in a car accident. At that point, however, if you are not aware of the provisions in this new law, it could cost you thousands of dollars. The old PIP law (PIP stands for personal injury protection), which was effective for many years, provided that your own car insurance becomes your primary health insurance for any hospital or medical bills resulting from a car accident, up to the $10,000 limit of coverage. PIP also pays for 60 percent of lost wages after an accident. PIP covers anyone injured in a car accident regardless of who was at fault (that is why it is called No Fault ). The old law allowed you to begin treatment at any time after the accident. The new law requires an injured person to have medical treatment within 14 days. If you wait until the 15th day or beyond, you will not receive any PIP benefits at all. The new law requires that you prove an Emergency Medical Condition. This must be documented in writing by a treating medical doctor (not a chiropractor) or other medical provider described in the statute. If you cannot prove emergency medical condition, your PIP benefits will be cut off at $2,500. Under the new statute, massage therapy and acupuncture are not included as eligible treatment. You might assume that this will not adversely affect you, since you have health insurance, such as Medicare, private or group, etc. However, this may not help you. If your benefits are cut off after $2,500, your health insurance company may not be willing to pay any additional bills until you provide proof that your PIP carrier has paid the full $10,000 in benefits under your policy. Your health insurance is considered secondary and may only kick in once the $10,000 in benefits are paid. This may force you to either pay up to $7,500 out of your own pocket or file a lawsuit against your car insurance company. Even if your health insurance does pay the $7,500, it will have a lien against any settlement you get from the insurance company of the IN MIZNER PARK driver who was at fault. Therefore, it will still be coming out of your net settlement. In the two years that the law has been in force, I have noticed patterns in the way the car insurance companies are operating. Each insurance company handles it differently in deciding whether to cut you off at $2,500 or continue to make payments. However, knowing these patterns will help you protect yourself. First of all, if you are taken by ambulance from the accident scene to an emergency room, most insurance companies are considering this as substantial evidence that you may qualify for an emergency medical condition under the law. If you then see a medical doctor, such as an orthopedic surgeon, fairly soon after the accident and that doctor states in writing that you have an emergency medical condition, this is usually sufficient to qualify you for the full $10,000 in benefits. Understand that the law does not require you to go to an emergency room by ambulance; however, the practical affect of doing that sets the ground work for your qualification under the law. In addition, seeing an orthopedic surgeon or other similar medical doctor who will confirm in writing the existence of an emergency medical condition will help you lay the foundation for proving an emergency medical condition. This will make it less likely that you will have to sue your own company. If, on the other hand, you procrastinate, do not go to the emergency room from the accident scene or on the day of the accident, wait several days or longer before seeing any medical doctor, then you are much more likely to be cut off at $2,500. 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18 Page 18, Boca Exposure New Diabetes Drugs Lower Blood Sugar, Reduce Body Weight And Lower Blood Pressure By Steven E. Reznick, M.D., FACP When having discussions with my patients about lifestyle improvement including regular exercise, eating a healthy balanced diet, and losing weight; we joke about developing the super pill. Taken at bedtime it would make sure that while asleep you rested well, got your heart rate up to your age appropriate target heart rate for 20 minutes, made you emotionally feel like you had just had a loving intimate sexual encounter with your partner after polishing off the alcoholic beverage and meal of your heart s desire. This would all come with no excess calories, no risk of catching a sexually transmitted disease and no cardiovascular risk factors. The year 2014 didn t see the development of this fictional pill but did see the release of a class of diabetes drugs that lower blood sugar, promote weight loss and lower blood pressure at the same time. These drugs are known as SGLT2 inhibitors short for sodium glucose co-transporter 2 inhibitors. In January the FDA approved Farxiga or dapagliflozin and later approved Jardiance or empagliflozin. These drugs work using the knowledge that each day the kidney filters up to 180 grams of glucose from the blood stream which is then almost entirely reabsorbed back into the blood stream and put back into the general blood circulation. There is a transporter protein called SGLT2 that carries the glucose during this process. The new drugs inhibit this transport protein. The new medications are derived from natural substances found in the bark of certain fruit trees. They area successful in blocking percent of the filtered glucose load or about grams of the 180 grams of glucose filtered per day. They are unable to block a larger proportion of the filtered glucose because there is another transport protein named SGLT1 which then begins to work overtime and prevents a larger inhibition of glucose re-absorption. Experimental work is now ongoing to develop SGLT1 blockers to increase the positive effect. When compared to the gold standard diabetic drug Metformin, these new agents offered a greater reduction in HgbA1C and greater weight loss (about three pounds) and drop in blood pressure than Metformin. The drugs are being used alone as single therapy (monotherapy) or in combination with other diabetic medications to help patients achieve their glucose control goals. Side effects have been minimal including the potential for hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), urinary frequency and urinary and genital infections. It is unclear as of yet whether the reductions in blood pressure, body weight and blood sugar will result in less risk of developing cardiovascular diseases. These are new medicines being released on the American market primarily by endocrinologists. Like all new products, we will be limiting our prescribing of these drugs until there is a longer proven track record of effectiveness and safety here in the United States market. The development and release of these products is clearly a positive step in the treatment of Type II Diabetes Mellitus. Dr. Reznick is a board certified physician who has practiced internal medicine in Boca Raton and the surrounding communities since For more information about his concierge/membership practice, call (561) or visit Dining Out: This One Will Separate The Goats From The Sheep! By Alan Serinsky of Bocaire Country Club Gluttonous Goat 99 SE Mizner Blvd. Boca Raton, Fl (561) Observations: I know it s a strange name for a restaurant. But this is not a restaurant it s a Gastropub. Scratching your heads wondering what this new word is? Well, it was only a couple of decades ago that this new eating phenomena started to take hold, and is now trending in almost every city. It s simply a way to offer a higher standard of food than you normally would find at a watering hole. It seems that high-end chef/owners are now leaving their fancy restaurants behind and trading them in for a more profitable laid back pub style dining. Basically, Gastropubs are part wine bar, part craft beer pub, part shot bar and part upscale restaurant. It s like breeding a French bistro with a British pub. Get it? That s exactly what the Gluttonous Goat is all about. At this goat gate you re not going to walk in and find the normal fried greasy bar food. Here you ll be able to soak up the alcohol with foods fit for foodies, drink wine by sommeliers, and pick crafted drafts best known by beer geeks. The good news is, it all comes at reasonable prices. What a great concept! First Impressions: If you haven t been to this location before, then its history is like an encyclopedia. First there was Moquila, The Spaniard, and now the Gluttonous Goat. Hope this review doesn t also get their goat! The transformation of the interior is not extravagant, but thoughtful to its origin: a pub. Here you get a very hip industrial décor that s reminiscent of something you see in NY s Soho or downtown Chicago. As for the seating arrangements, the Goat has lots to offer. You have long bar, high top tables and seating indoors or sidewalk Boca style. The owners, Brian Marcotte and Michael Amato, both come with a lot of experience in the restaurant business. Together they have taken a scoop of American cuisine and blended it with a dab of Caribbean and a dash of Creole. Do yourself a favor and don t Naah at the menu selections too quickly! Wet Your Appetite: Here at the Goat you ll find mixology on steroids. There are drink names like: Hammered Vegan, Up in Smoke, High Altitude, Pickle Face, Bloody Green Fairy, and their famous OG Revenge (pear vodka, smashed watermelon, hint of jalapeno, and simple syrup). We gambled with the Honey Badger that had a layered taste of bourbon, honey and heat. The beer selection is also not immune to the out-of-bottle novelties. You ve got Left Hand Milk Stout, Oaked Arrogant Bastard, or the one we tried: Sweaty Betty. Not your usual Bud for these bucks. Prime Your Tastebuds: Hungry Al (that s me) got an early treat as I literally bumped into the owner while he was entering the door from the sidewalk smoker. He tabled me a sample of his hickory/apple-smoked slab of bacon. It was amazingly good. Can t beat that smoky fatty crispness of freshly cooked bacon. The Hungry Squad started with a Lazy Susan sampling of several starters. Not to be impolite to the menu, we jointly agreed upon the Mezcal Candied Goat ($12). For those folks who haven t tried this protein, don t be distracted by its name. No, goat doesn t taste like chicken. It tastes very much like beef. And I predict someday soon it will be found on more menus. As for the dish, these spicy and sweet strips of goat are worthy of a taste! We also selected the Brown Sugar & Bourbon Pork Belly ($10) appetizer. Served with onion-scented home fries, this portion of the pig was like eating a tender pork butt with the added layer of fat. Tasty! Hungry D shared her Beet Carpaccio ($10) with the Squad. I highly recommend it for any salad or beet lover. Sliced thin, these roasted beets were accompanied with Arugula, brown sugared roasted pecans, and draped with an incredibly good balsamic/oil emulsion. The Hungry Squad also attempted to share one Braised Beef Brisket Taco ($4) for the table. The six of us would have fared better if the shell were soft rather than hard. Unfortunately, this lonely taco was over-heated with a strong chili rub. Good for the drink tab but not for anyone suffering with gastric reflux. Straight From The Kitchen: I would have to say that straight from the kitchen might be an understatement. It was a slow Monday night and our table unfortunately had to wait over an hour to see our dinners arrive. But the wait was worth it. Besides, it s a pub and drinking is part of the experience. Hungry J was stuck on the Sticky Ribs ($20ish) for her choice. Loved the bourbon glaze, but not really fond of the rib s lack of meat on the bone and over-charring of its exterior. Not sure why the smoker was not utilized for this dish. Hungry JJ settled on the tender and moist Braised Short Ribs ($18). This succulent tear-off-the-bone beef was elevated with a sweet caramelized Agave glaze. The rib was then mounted on a cream of corn that would have made the Green Giant smack his lips in delight. As for Hungry S, who gravitates to any Hamburger anywhere, The A-Typical Burger ($12) was a no brainer! She did reject the toppers of house smoked bacon, egg, or peanut butter for a buck each. Not much to tell, but she gave Need Home Care Service? We Follow Your Lead And Provide The Care You Need. the burger 8 out of 10 points. Hungry D, our fish lover, reeled in an out-of-the-water Wild Atlantic Salmon ($24) that took everyone by surprise. The perfectly cooked medium swimmer was brushed with a maple brown sugar glaze that complemented the chipotle corn bread pancake resting underneath. It was like having a lox and cake breakfast for dinner! After contemplating how to round out the menu selections, Hungry Al completed the entrée picks with the West End Shrimp & Grits. Here the kitchen was able to show off their Caribbean influence with a fantastic cumin and nutmeg dusted shrimp and crawfish tails in a fresh herb Habanero pan sauce. It was joined with fried masa (more known as Sopes ) that were slightly uncooked and tasted more like a soft unflavored polenta cake. From The Sidelines: We all shared a portion of the Fried Mashed Potatoes because it was highly recommended by the waiter. Sadly, it was over-hyped. The round balls of potato laced with bacon, cheddar, green onion, and a hint of Jalapeno didn t roll us over in culinary excitement. Enough said! From The Dessert Tray: To help settle our sweet debate, we asked for a sampler of their signature desserts. One was the house bread pudding ($10) that didn t rate too high in my very selective criteria of this dessert. For me, nothing is better than the New Orleans Commander s Palace or Nola s bread pudding. To help put the icing on the cake of this evening was the incredible, unbelievable, and scrumptious Fried Oreos ($8)! These little fried black and whites will have you coming back for dessert alone. Trust me! Check Please: If you re tired of the forever-predictable steakhouses and Italian bistros, I suggest you allow yourself to be gluttonous (without the buffets) and give this goat a try! As for the Hungry Squad, we meh-eh-eh and meheh-eh over our rating of this pub-like restaurant and finally fenced in on three well-behaved golden goats! Home Health Personal Care Live In Companion Homemaker Light Housekeeping Lic. #

19 Boca Exposure, Page 19 Wilde Life Wilde Times: The Sour Cream Wars By Larry Wilde. Carmel, California, resident Larry Wilde is a former standup comedian and the author of 53 published books of humor. The New York Times has called him America s Best-Selling Humorist. Just received an from my dear sister Miriam Krovetz at Broken Sound Club in Boca saying she overheard two tourists from Texas in a Publix Supermarket arguing over what groceries to buy for their vacation rental. It reminded us of the vacationers in our Jersey vacation house years ago. One guy says, How bout we get some nice biscuits? The other guy says, Where you gonna find a decent biscuit in this town? Floridians don t know diddly squat about biscuits. The first guy says, It don t matter. My special red-eye gravy will save it. And the second guy says, Last time you made red-eye gravy we all got sicker than hound dogs at a dumpster. Don t blame my gravy! Y all got sick from eating that damned sushi and it serves you right! Ah, the joys of vacationing with others. I know it all too well. When I was a teenager, in order to escape the sizzling summers in Jersey City my father took our family to a rented house on the Jersey shore. Pop lost his store during the Depression, and after that he sold dry goods out of a blocklong 1932 customized Buick sedan. From his department store on wheels he could work anywhere. The summer rental had six bedrooms. Our family squeezed into three of them and Pop rented out the others to three retired widows Mrs. Kurtz, Mrs. Weiss, and Mrs. Bobka. The same three women every summer. Mrs. Kurtz was overbearing, and constantly bragged about her daughter the psychiatrist. She knew everything except how to stay on a diet. Her late husband owned a candy store and she owed her ample curves to the Hershey s Corporation. Mrs. Weiss was a retired milliner. She was in the habit of wearing a rosy hat morning, noon and night the same red hat, day in and day out. The third woman, Mrs. Bobka, was sweet-natured and quiet. She rarely spoke because she had no teeth. Her gums were bald. Kurtz the high-handed candy queen once chided her for not wearing her dentures. Mrs. Bobka said, They don t fit. But you told me they fit perfectly, Kurtz countered. They fit in my mouth okay, but not in the glass, Bobka replied. Our summer rental had two refrigerators. One for our family, and one for the Merry Widows. Each woman had her own shelf in the refrigerator the root of all the squabbling. Every night after supper they d sit on the front porch, Kurtz straining the porch swing built for two, Weiss sporting her usual red hat, and Bobka working her shiny gums. Three widows with nothing better to do but quibble over nothing. The bickering usually started with an innocent comment. Weiss would say to Kurtz: I see you had four blintzes for supper. And Kurtz would fire back: I woulda had strawberries, too, but a certain Ma Barker stole them from my shelf in the ice box. Weiss: What are you insinuating? That I stole your lousy strawberries? I don t even like strawberries! Kurtz: No? Then what s that red stain on your dress? Weiss: If it s any of your business, it s borscht! Sometimes Bobka would gum out a few words: I like borscht. You don t have to chew. Kurtz: Don t butt in, Mrs. Poligrip. I m talking to Mrs. Baby Face Nelson here. Besides the strawberries this crook also stole my sour cream. Weiss: For your information, Mrs. J. Edgar Hoover, that was my sour cream. I bought it two months ago. Kurtz: You kept sour cream two months? You wanna drop dead from poison? Weiss: Sour cream doesn t go bad. It s already turned. You could keep it a year it stays sour. And tastes perfectly fine, except on rotten strawberries. Kurtz: Aha! So you did steal my strawberries. Weiss: I may have tested one. Just to check my sour cream. Kurtz: Tested? So how come three are missing? Weiss: Maybe it was two. It was dark. I thought it was my shelf. Kurtz: How could it be your shelf? Mine is on the top, yours is on the bottom! Weiss: So sue me. Kurtz: When my daughter the psychiatrist comes down I m gonna have her analyze you to find out what kind of a crazy lunatic stores up poisonous sour cream and steals strawberries. Weiss: Your daughter the cockamamie psychiatrist is divorced five times. Better she should analyze herself and find out why she can t keep a husband. Bobka, gumming her words: Kurtz, you should get your daughter the psychiatrist together with Weiss s son. They both like strawberries. Kurtz: Who asked you, Mrs. Tooth Fairy? You think my daughter the psychiatrist would go out with her son a mailman? Weiss: I got news for you, Mrs. Queen of England. If it wasn t for a mailman delivering your daughter s fancy bills, her practice would be in the toilet. Kurtz: When my daughter the psychiatrist comes down I m gonna have her analyze your son to find out why a mailman doesn t give his own mother enough money so she doesn t have to steal sour cream from a poor widow. Weiss: You shouldn t eat sour cream anyway. It s fattening. Pretty soon you ll need a porch swing built for three. Kurtz: For your information, Esther Williams, I never load up my strawberries with sour cream. I eat them plain. Maybe a little Hershey s syrup. That s enough. Weiss: Tell that to the porch swing. Kurtz: I m gonna ask my daughter the psychiatrist what kind of a loony screwball supposedly a friend living in the same house, a regular Mrs. Al Capone breaks into the ice box in the middle of the night, burglarizes strawberries, stockpiles poisonous sour cream, wears the same damned red hat day and night, not to mention her son, the cheapest mailman in New Jersey. It s a good thing he works for the post office because that s where the FBI ought to put up your picture! SAY SAYONARA TO SINUSITIS DanielGancMD 1601 Clint Moore Road, Suite 105 Boca Raton, FL (561)

20 Page 20, Boca Exposure Council Corner By Scott Singer, a Member of the Boca Raton City Council and Chairman of the Community Redevelopment Agency. Scott is a member of Broken Sound Club. The Council Corner column appears each month in Boca Club News, and is written on a rotating basis by the five members of the Boca City Council as a way to keep their constituents informed about issues affecting them and the city. Happy New Year! This edition of Council Corner features some recent and upcoming city events and their impact on our community, and highlights several initiatives of the City Council. Boca Hosts Major Sporting Events. As I write this in late December, the city is preparing to host the inaugural Boca Raton Bowl game, which features two mid-major college football conference champions. ESPN is producing and televising the game nationally, and one prominent website rated this match-up as the second most intriguing of all 37 bowl games in the country. The City of Boca Raton will gain a substantial return on its sponsorship of the game, as the event is expected to generate millions of dollars in revenues and brand value. The sporting spotlight will return to Boca Raton again in February with the annual Allianz Tournament on the PGA Champions Tour. The world s preeminent senior professional golfers will test themselves and each other on the newly upgraded Old Course at Broken Sound, again garnering national attention for our city. Multiple days of television coverage will highlight our community and showcase our Epicuriosity Syrah/Shiraz By Glenn Sudnick, Certified Sommelier They are basically the same grapes, just from a different part of the world. It is dark skinned but depending on where it is from the characteristics in the wine can be different. The Syrah grape has a long history in the Rhone area of France, and usually is dry, full bodied with blackberry, black cherry, black plum, blueberry, boysenberry with red fruit such as raspberry. While the Shiraz from Australia, still intense will have a different profile of ripe fruit, lush black fruit such as blackberry, cassis, blueberry, raspberry liqueur and mulberry. Depending on the use of American or French oak this grape can show vanilla, Advertise, Send Articles. Check out our Web site! or call RICHARD S CAR SERVICE Fully Licensed & Insured Palm Beach #VH334 Servicing all airports and cruise ships Cell: m/c visa amex beauty and resources to potential new residents and corporate executives looking to relocate households and businesses here. In addition, both of these events generate large hundreds of thousands of dollars for our area nonprofits. Campaign Sign Ordinance Preserves Natural Beauty. Boca Raton is renowned for its architectural beauty and lushly landscaped green space. Our strict appearance standards help create that look, which has generally been preserved except during recent election seasons. Despite strong protections in most areas, Boca Raton lagged behind many local cities and counties in allowing campaign signs to litter our medians and rights of way. But not anymore. I m pleased to report that the City Council unanimously passed an ordinance that bars the scourge of campaign signs from littering our city medians. The ordinance, which I was pleased to introduce, catches us up to most South Florida cities that already prevented candidates from placing signs in medians, let alone dozens in a single median, as has increasingly been the case. The amended regulations preserve both our natural beauty and free speech rights, as they do not affect signs on private property. With another City Council election approaching in March, voters can and should support their chosen candidates, but now without excessive roadway signage crowding out the message and detracting from our beautiful city. Downtown Boca A Cultural Capital. Downtown Boca continues to be a hotbed of cultural activity. The city and the downtown Community Redevelopment Agency recently completed their month-long series of free events, called Light Up Downtown. The schedule, which included festivals, concerts, and family activities, was cited in local media as an economic driver for the city and downtown coconut, chocolate, mocha and even baking spices. You can imagine a wine like this with hearty food pairings. Grilled lamb, London broil, beef stew and chili come to mind. There is a vintner from the Rhone who is now producing great wines from Australia. His name is Michel Chapoutier. You cannot miss the label of Chapoutier; it is the one with Braille. The trademark pays tribute to a man whose name is Maurice Monier de la Sizeranne, the inventor of the first version of abbreviated Braille. Maurice Monier de la Sizeranne went blind at the age of 9 and went on to become an activist and publisher for the visually impaired. Seventy-seven years after his death in 1996 Michel Chapoutier developed his first wine label in both Braille and regular text. Congratulations to Chapoutier for starting a trend Full facility Wellness care Microchipping Ultrasound Daycare, boarding and medical boarding Bath and grooming Hospitalization Pain management merchants. This follows the summer-long schedule of free weekly concerts at Mizner Park Amphitheater that regularly drew more than 10,000 people downtown. In addition, the City Council recently approved new signage for the Boca Raton Museum of Art to draw more visitors into its world-class collection. Downtown s Sanborn Square was the site of the North American debut of the critically acclaimed sculpture, Imag_ne. The city also sponsors the annual Boca Festival of the Arts, which this March will feature headliners in many fields, including Sir James Galway, jazz legend Bela Fleck, best-selling author Thomas Friedman, and other luminaries of the theater, ballet, and music. Our downtown also boasts a world-class jazz club, Jazziz Nightlife, and many events at the Cultural Arts Center. Visit Downtown Boca in person and online at Other Recent News in Brief: A recent survey of America s Best Cities to Live, which received substantial national press, ranked Boca Raton the most livable city in Florida and the 11th in the nation. No quibble on the first part, but I can t imagine that ten other cities could have a better total package than we enjoy. In the annual statewide review, Boca Raton s public high schools retained their A ratings, and local high school graduation rates increased. The Royal Palm Polo community held the grand opening of its model homes; sales of the seven-figure estates are expected to be brisk and continue to build our tax base and enhance Northwest Boca home values. Contact Us. My fellow council members and I look forward to hearing how we can better serve you. Please contact us at (561) or via the city s website, that is leading to more wine producers following his lead. I recently enjoyed one of his Australian wines from Victoria called Mathilda. It is brilliant, dark ruby in color with deep black fruit and slight pepper aromas. I find it to be surprisingly complex as it opens up in the glass. If you can find any 2011 vintages, I would not hesitate to commit to this nice wine and the 2012 vintage will be ready to drink in a couple of years. It is of quality and substance. 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