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Vanessa Cole of WAGS Miami isn t waiting for her ship to come in LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 WELCOME TO HER WORLD 1 VISIONARY LIFESTYLE An oceanfront address on the sands of South Florida between Miami and Palm Beach. 2 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM LEGENDARY SERVICE Introducing Four Seasons Hotel and Residences Fort Lauderdale where luxury and legendary Four Seasons service combine to create a custom lifestyle unlike any other on the beach. Rising on the oceanfront this modern landmark with striking interiors by Tara Bernerd features 83 Residences priced from 995 000. PLEASE VISIT FORT525RESIDENCES.COM OR CONTACT THE BEACHFRONT PENTHOUSE GALLERY AT 1.954.363.0000 to be furnished by the Developer to Buyer or Lessee. Plans features and amenities subject to change without notice. All illustrations and plans are artist conceptual renderings and are subject to change without notice. This advertisement does not constitute an offer in the states of NY and NJ or any jurisdiction where prior registration or other qualification is required. Fort Partners is not the project developer. The project is being developed by MW Lauderdale LP a Delaware Limited Partnership which has a limited right to use the trademarked names and logos of Fort Partners pursuant to a licensing and marketing agreement with Fort Partners. Four Seasons Private Residences Fort Lauderdale are not owned developed or sold by Four Seasons Hotels Limited or its affiliates (Four Seasons). The developer MW Lauderdale LP a Delaware Limited Partnership uses the Four Seasons trademarks and trade names under a license from Four Seasons Hotels Limited. The marks FOUR SEASONS FOUR SEASONS HOTELS AND RESORTS any combination thereof and the Tree design are registered trademarks of Four Seasons Hotels Limited in Canada and U.S.A. and of Four Seasons Hotels (Barbados) Ltd elsewhere. Fort Realty LLC is responsible for the sales of Four Seasons Private Residences Fort Lauderdale. LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 3 RIVA Days. Live on the water. Play on the water. Residents enjoy Riva s riverside park and Water Sports Center for paddleboards kayaks water-skiing and boat rentals. Live in the city. Play in the city. Residents love neighborhood icons like Casa D Angelo Gateway Theater and Whole Foods. And along with the walkability they enjoy their private water taxi to tennis in the park and shopping at Galleria. We are pledged to the letter and spirit of the U.S. policy for the achievement of equal housing opportunity throughout the Nation. We encourage and support an affirmative advertising and marketing program in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race color religion sex handicap familial status or national origin. Oral representation cannot be relied upon as correctly stating representations of the developer. For correct representations make reference to the documents required by section 4 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM RIVA Nights. Live in luxury. With an indoor-outdoor carefree lifestyle. Riva s large elegant homes come with 1 or 2 exceptionally large ocean and city view terraces the perfect spot for a dinner party under the stars. Live in the heart of the best of Ft. Lauderdale. With the perfect combination of waterfront location oceansunset views resort amenities and large comfortable homes. Just in time to move-in next Summer. Two & Three Bedrooms from the 700 s to over 3 million. Sales center open at 1200 E. Las Olas Blvd. 954.233.3288. PREMIER DEVELOPERS 718.503 Florida Statues to be furnished by a developer to a buyer. Obtain the property report required by federal law and read it before signing anything. No federal agency has judged the merits or value if any of this property. All features dimensions drawings graphic material pictures conceptual renderings plans and specifications are not necessarily an accurate depiction and are subject to change without notice and Developer expressly reserves the right to make modifications. LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 5 6 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM SUPERIOR LOCATION. LARGER RESIDENCES. STARTING AT 1.2 MILLION. ARTIST CONCEPTUAL RENDERING. DEVELOPER MAY CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. ONLY 95 BEACHFRONT RESIDENCES OVER 85% SOLD NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION 2 BEDROOMS 3 BEDROOMS AND 4 BEDROOMS AVAILABLE - DELIVERING 2017 954.514. 9749 ORAL REPRESENTATIONS CANNOT BE RELIED UPON AS CORRECTLY STATING THE REPRESENTATIONS OF THE DEVELOPER. FOR CORRECT REPRESENTATIONS MAKE REFERENCE TO THIS BROCHURE AND TO THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY SECTION 718.503 FLORIDA STATUTES TO BE FURNISHED BY A DEVELOPER TO A BUYER OR LESSEE. LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 7 FINE DINING SOCIAL ACTIVITIES OLYMPIC POOL TENNIS FITNESS GOLF PRIVILEGES FAMILY FUN & MUCH MORE For more information on membership or to arrange a tour contact Julie O Neill Membership Director at 954-566-7886 or email membership 2800 Yacht Club Boulevard Fort Lauderdale Founded in 1947 8 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL CO NOVEMBER 2016 LMGF .COM O MB OV M R 2016 LMGFL.COM MGFL O GFL F BOUTIQUE LUXURY CONDOS IN EAST FORT LAUDERDALE 954.866.8864 info Over 50% Sold 50% Sold From 595 SF 35 modern condos with Intracoastal and ocean views. From 515 SF 8 loft-inspired residences with private boat slips. SOLD OUT From 499 SF 16 condos with boat slips and rooftop terraces. Top Off Completed From 595 SF 20 double-corner residences with rooftop terraces. Sales by Sales Center Open 7 Days 1800 E. Las Olas Boulevard Fort Lauderdale FL 33301 2016 Ocean Land Investments Inc. Developer does not make any representation or warranty as to the actual size dimensions or square footage of any unit. Developer reserves the right to change or modify floor plans materials and features without prior notice or obligation. Oral representations and or renderings cannot be relied upon as correctly stating the representations of the developer. For binding representations make reference to the documents required by Section 718.503 Florida Statutes to be furnished by a developer to a buyer or lessee. LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 9 10 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM Wa t e r f r o n t l u x u r y has a new ADDRESS Sunrise to Sunset Views 2 600 to 3 800 SQ. FT. o n ly 2 3 r e s i d e n c e s f r o m 2 . 1 m i l l i o n Sales Center Location 2 - 3 Bedroom 2.5 - 3.5 Bath 4 Boat Slips for Vessels up to 70 Roof top Terrace Located in North Beach Village 780 Feet to the Beach Building Location 321 N. Birch Road Fort Lauderdale FL 33304 844.332.3243 2400 E. Las Olas Blvd Fort Lauderdale FL 33301 ORAL REPRESENTATIONS CANNOT BE RELIED UPON AS CORRECTLY STATING THE REPRESENTATIONS OF THE DEVELOPER. FOR CORRECT REPRESENTATIONS MAKE REFERENCE TO THIS BROCHURE AND TO THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY SECTION 718.503 FLORIDA STATUTES TO BE FURNISHED BY A DEVELOPER TO A BUYER OR LESSEE. Plans elevations specifications features colors designs dimensions and materials are all subject to availability and subject to change or substitution at any time and without notice. 321 Birch LLC expressly reserves the right to make modification revisions and changes as may be required for lot fit or by governmental bodies and law or other reasons as set forth in the Purchase Agreement. Illustrations of elevations and plans are artist s depictions only. Plans are only for illustrative and conceptional purposes are not to scale and may be the reverse (mirror image) of those shown. The drawings and floor plans in this brochure should not be relied upon express or implied for the final detail feature or dimensions of any home. All measurements including but not limited to room dimensions balconies porches and ceiling and wall heights are approximate and may vary from those shown as a result of among other things (i) the elevation and home-site selected and or (ii) construction materials construction practices field conditions and flooring thickness. Square footages are approximate and are measured from the outside of exterior walls. In production plans and elevations may vary in precise details and dimensions and may not actually be constructed as shown. The fixture shapes shown are graphical in nature and are not necessarily indicative of a particular style or model. In addition some features shown in the model homes may not be included in the purchase price of the home as quoted. Please consult your sales representative and refer to the Purchase Agreement in order to determine which features specifications and elevations are included in any home you may purchase. Stock photography includes stock images and is used to depict the spirit of lifestyle and not for specific references. Map is for illustration purposes not to scale and for approximate location only. For exact locations consult a sales representative. CBC017578 Exclusively Offered by Developed By 321 Birch LLC LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 11 Eight Expansive Super-Luxury Waterview Sunset Lake Residences and Six Deep-Water Yacht Slips. Just steps from Las Olas and the Beach. Three- and Four-Bedroom Residences from 2.3M to over 3M. EAST LAS OLAS BLVD ATLANTIC OCEAN Visit our Sales Gallery at 2300 East Las Olas Blvd 4th Floor. 954 233 3512 353SUNSET.COM 12 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM Broker participation invited. SOMMELIER ON THE SAND Welcome to Auberge Beach. Great wine. Great food. Great living. elaxed Napa Valley luxury married to stunning Atlantic vistas makes for the perfect pairing. Located directly on the sand in beautiful Fort Lauderdale Auberge Beach offers a taste of the wine country with a dash of understated elegance for those with an appreciation for great wine great food and great living. The healing power of pleasure awaits... R 2200 North Ocean Blvd. Fort Lauderdale FL 33305 (954) 543-5551 Oral representations cannot be relied upon as correctly stating representations of the developer. For correct representations make reference to this brochure and the documents required by Section 718.503 Florida Statutes to be furnished by a developer to a buyer or lessee. This Condominium LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 13 OWN Paradise. Lifestyles are not about the residence but the unique set of experiences sensations and memorable moments our spaces can offer us. At EWM Realty International we know the diverse set of lifestyles that Broward has to offer and we are ready to help CONTACT ONE OF OUR LIFESTYLE EXPERTS FORT LAUDERDALE 954.306.7400 WESTON TOWN CENTER 954.306.7200 14 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM 914 NE 17th Way Fort Lauderdale FL 33304 954-524-8001 LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 15 TABLE OF CONTENTS FEATURES VANESSA COLE STAR OF WAGS MIAMI HAS PLANS BEYOND THE WORLD OF REALITY TV. KEEP IT REAL 40 46 TWO RENOWNED LOCAL COLLECTORS GET YOU READY FOR ART BASEL MIAMI PLUS CHECK OUT THE COOLEST SATELLITE FAIRS. BASEL PRIMER AS HER WORLD TURNS TERESA GIUDICE DISHES ON PRISON AND BEING A REAL HOUSEWIFE. 50 ALSO IN LIFESTYLE 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 EDITOR S LETTER CULTURAL CALENDAR THE SPLURGE PRIVATE JET BAR TALK OLDIE BUT GOODIE AROUND TOWN VOLUNTEER SKIN DEEP PRODUCT FAVES THE FIND ATHLEISURE MUST CLOSE UP ALEXA CARLIN 64 70 72 78 52 62 THE 22 PROJECT DINING SPOTLIGHT HARDY PARK BISTRO DINING THE DISH LIFESTYLE LIVE ACCESS LIFESTYLE SCENE ON SITE ON THE COVER Photography Eduardo Schneider Fashion Bikini and cover-up designed by Lana Yakoby Location Bahia Mar Yachting Center Fort Lauderdale aboard the luxury yacht She s a 10 ( This page Vanessa Cole inside She s a 10 is wearing a feathered silk set designed by Lana Yakoby. 16 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM CO NS T RU C T I O N N OW U N D ER NOW UNDER LUXURY HAS ARRIVED IN POMPANO BEACH Sabbia Beach is poised to deliver a signature take on refined oceanfront living on Pompano Beach just as the city goes through a renaissance centered around the Pompano Beach Pier and Atlantic Boulevard. Contemporary luxury has found its way to Pompano Beach. Now is your chance to claim it for yourself. This offering is subject to errors omissions prior sale change of price or withdrawal without notice and not intended to solicit currently listed property. This is not an offer to sell or solicitation of offers to buy condominium units in states where such offer or solicitation cannot be made. Prices plans and specifications are subject to change without notice. Void in states where prohibited. Additional restrictions may apply. Artist s conceptual rendering. ORAL REPRESENTATION CANNOT BE RELIED UPON AS CORRECTLY STATING THE REPRESENTATIONS OF THE DEVELOPER. FOR CORRECT REPRESENTATIONS MAKE REFERENCE TO THIS BROCHURE AND TO THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY SECTION 718.503 FLORIDA STATUTES TO BE FURNISHED BY A DEVELOPER TO A BUYER OR LESSEE. ON T HE O CE AN OF T HE O CE AN Starting from the 900s 954.781.9700 Sabbia Beach Sales Gallery 723 North Ocean Boulevard Pompano Beach Developed by Architecture by Interior Design by Exclusive Sales and Marketing by LMGFL.CO LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 M LC NOVEM OV 17 EDITOR S letter PUBLISHER Michelle Simon When the casting director for the E Network series WAGS Miami reached out to Vanessa Cole the Plantation resident took time to weigh the pros and cons. On the one hand she was perfect for the reality show--young confident gorgeous and a longtime girlfriend to ex-Miami Dolphins receiver (and current Baltimore Ravens wideout) Mike Wallace. On the other hand as noted in the standard release form that reality participants must sign the editing of a show like WAGS (which stands for Wives and Girlfriends of Sports Stars) is at the producer s discretion. Participants may reveal or relate information ... of a personal surprising defamatory disparaging embarrassing or unfavorable nature that may expose them to public ridicule. Not unlike every single day of the 2016 presidential campaign. The first conversation my attorney and I had was about the potential for the show to damage my brand says Cole who aspires to have an Oprah-like TV and online presence one day. But like he said Look at reality stars of other shows. What s the worst that can happen Just don t do anything too crazy. A similar thought ran through my mind--and no doubt through the minds of our creative director Melanie Geronemus Smit and our photographer Eduardo Schneider--as a staffer at Machete Productions fitted us with wireless microphones aboard the luxury yacht She s a 10. Our team while working with Vanessa for a cover and inside feature in the November issue would be part of the storyline for an episode of WAGS Miami. For the first 15 minutes conscious of the microphone clipped to the inside of my shirt I edited everything that came out of my mouth. But at a certain point during the afternoon of shooting at Bahia Mar Yachting Center you forget that senior members of the production team are huddled inside the yacht cabin with headphones monitoring every word that s spoken while we re on the top deck having private conversations about the shoot. Did anyone say or do anything too crazy You be the judge. The episode of WAGS Miami featuring Lifestyle was slated to air Oct. 30 (10 p.m. on E ) but you also can catch this season s shows at now wags-miami. As for the photo shoot we think the cover speaks for itself--but trust us there are even more surprises inside. Enjoy the November issue. GROUP EDITOR Kevin Kaminski ASSISTANT EDITOR Alyssa Fisher ASSISTANT EDITOR Keren Moros COPY EDITOR Jason Davis CREATIVE CREATIVE DIRECTOR Melanie Geronemus Smit ART DIRECTOR Alexander Hernandez ART DIRECTOR Frank Papandrea ART DIRECTOR Evelyn Robles GRAPHIC DESIGNER Thaddeus Jordan DIRECTOR OF MARKETING & EVENTS Jennifer Barb MARKETING COORDINATOR Estefania Marin CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Clarissa Buch Leah Moskowitz Becky Randel Rachel Sobel Michelle F. Solomon CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Linzi Altabet Downtown Photo Fort Lauderdale Evelyn Robles Eduardo Schneider ADVERTISING SALES LORI CASTLE lcastle GEORGETTE EVANS gevans SHARI GLATTER sglatter DEBBY GOLD dgold SUE GOLDSTEIN sgoldstein JORDAN KNOWLES jknowles ANNA ROSENTHAL arosenthal ANA MARIA VEESER aveeser CHAIRMAN Gary Press LIFESTYLE MEDIA GROUP 3511 W. Commercial Blvd. Suite 200 Fort Lauderdale Florida 33309 954.377.9470 fax 954.617.9418 2016 Lifestyle Magazines are published by Lifestyle Media Group all rights reserved. Lifestyle Magazine is published monthly. All contents are protected by copyright and may not be reproduced without written consent from the publisher. The advertiser is solely responsible for ad content and holds publisher harmless from any error. 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GIVE on the Boulevard LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 19 c u lt u r a l calendar STEVIE NICKS NOVEMBER Boyz II Men WHEN Nov. 4 WHERE BB&T Center Sunrise DIRTY DANCING THE MUSICAL KENNY G REEL RECOVERY FILM FESTIVAL WHEN Nov. 4 6 WHERE Gateway Cinema Fort Lauderdale WHEN Nov. 29 Dec. 4 WHERE Adrienne Arsht Center WHEN Dec. 1 WHERE Broward Center SWITCHFOOT & RELIENT K WHEN Nov. 5 WHERE Revolution Live Fort Lauderdale BOYZ II MEN SOUTH FLORIDA SYMPHONY GREAT AMERICAN SONGBOOK WHEN Nov. 11 WHERE Broward Center TEGAN AND SARA WHEN Nov. 16 WHERE Revolution Live WHEN Dec. 2 WHERE The AMP (Pompano Beach Amphitheater) IHEART RADIO FIESTA LATINA WHEN Nov. 5 WHERE American Airlines Arena Miami CARRIE UNDERWOOD WHEN Nov. 17 WHERE BB&T Center SOUTH FLORIDA VEGFEST WHEN Dec. 3 WHERE War Memorial Auditorium Fort Lauderdale THE DOOBIE BROTHERS WHEN Nov. 11 WHERE Broward Center MARC ANTHONY WHEN Nov. 18 & 19 WHERE AmericanAirlines Arena BARBRA STREISAND WHEN Dec. 3 WHERE BB&T Center ETIENNE CHARLES SEXTET WHEN Nov. 5 WHERE Rose & Alfred Miniaci Performing Arts Center Davie SANDY HACKETT S RAT PACK SHOW WHEN Nov. 13 WHERE Coral Springs Center for the Arts HOLIDAY CRAFT SHOW AND GREEN FAIR WHEN Nov. 19 & 20 WHERE Bergeron Rodeo Grounds of Davie Florida ORCHID GARDEN AND GOURMET FOOD FESTIVAL WHEN Dec. 3 & 4 WHERE Bonnet House Museum and Gardens Fort Lauderdale MIAMI CITY BALLET GISELLE WHEN Nov. 5 & 6 WHERE Broward Center Fort Lauderdale TASTE OF THE ISLAND WHEN Nov. 14 WHERE Richardson Historic Park & Nature Preserve Wilton Manors DOLLY PARTON WHEN Nov. 27 WHERE BB&T Center AVENUE Q WHEN Nov. 10 20 WHERE Broward Center LOUIS C.K. WHEN Nov. 15 Nov 18 WHERE Adrienne Arsht Center Miami CHRISTMAS ON LAS OLAS WHEN Nov. 29 WHERE Las Olas Boulevard Fort Lauderdale Arts Carrie Underwood JUSTIN WILLMAN WHEN Nov. 11 18 WHERE Fort Lauderdale Improv Hollywood CHRIS YOUNG WHEN Nov. 11 WHERE Hard Rock Live Hollywood AN EVENING WITH NEIL DEGRASSE TYSON WHEN Nov. 16 WHERE Broward Center THE HIP HOP NUTCRACKER WHEN Nov. 29 Dec. 1 WHERE Broward Center 20 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM silver and gold Deborah Silver A Delray Beach vocalist tops the charts while raising awareness for a cause eradicate ALS the disease with which her sister Marjie was diagnosed in 2009. For two weeks after the album s release 100 percent of the sales went toward ALS research (the sales of her 2014 album Pure Silver also raised money for the cause) so it meant that much more that The Gold Standards placed No. 1 on the Billboard chart for Traditional Jazz Album. Silver shares more about her album musical influences and fight against ALS with Lifestyle. What keeps the standards relevant Each song can transition into any time period. Through the years many of them have evolved into becoming standards of that decade as well. What s really cool is that the younger generation is listening to these songs. They re listening to Tony Bennett sing them. They re listening to Michael Bubl sing them. It makes me happy to share this music not only with the people who grew up listening to it but to new people who are falling in love with the Great American Songbook. There was a period when you stopped performing. What happened When I had my daughter my second child I caught a very rare bone F or someone who grew up in Mississippi with a sweet twang and a passion for the blues Deborah Silver couldn t be more comfortable with the Great American Songbook. The Delray Beach resident croons the classics on her second album The Gold Standards which debuted in September. It helps that the standards on the 13-song album including a duet with jazz legend Jack Jones ( I ve Got a Crush on You ) were the ones favored by her mother (a former opera singer) while Silver was growing up. But the tracks also speak to the Silver spin --a sultry blend of her influences from bluesy to soul to funk--she brings to all her music. Silver is putting a different but no less personal spin on her quest to disease. I ended up in a wheelchair unable to walk for almost a year. I got to see a whole different perspective of the world. [After recovering] I devoted myself to raising my children so I took [a break] from my career. Children learn a lot of great things in school but I also wanted to teach them about being good people giving back to their community and doing the morally right thing. I always sang to them in bed in fact I would sing the Standards to them. We d be at Mommy and Me classes talking about nursery rhymes and I would start feeling so guilty. I d say I can t believe I didn t teach my children Jack and Jill. And somebody would always make me feel better and say Yes but your children know every song to every Broadway show. How did SLAM ALS come about My daughter Madison (age 17) and I started SLAM ALS. The ice bucket challenge did so well but it just didn t get far enough. We wanted to finally SLAM the door on ALS. We re asking people to do some kind of a video that shows people slamming something. We ve brought in a lot of celebrities. Larry King slammed his suspenders. Tommy Tune slammed his tap shoes. Even Chris Evert slammed her racket. We re just hoping that more people will see this and take it on. (Visit for information and to donate.) --ALYSSA FISHER LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 21 T H E splurge A new private jet lets the sun shine in at 35 000 feet BY MICHELLE F. SOLOMON Above the Clouds The lowdown Embraer Executive Jets which bases its U.S. headquarters in Fort Lauderdale has introduced a new interior design for its Lineage 1000E the largest business jet in its fleet seating up to 19 passengers. The details Called the Kyoto Airship the interior has a custom look that resembles a yacht more than an airplane. The plane has door-size windows and skylights that arc from the floor to the ceiling. The idea is to create a flying experience that feels similar to what passengers might enjoy at home (or on their luxury boat). Jay Beever vice president of interior design for Embraer Executive Jets worked with Fort Lauderdale-based yacht designer Patrick Knowles on the concept. The price 61 million Contact 954.359.5387 (for inquiries) 22 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 23 B A R talk COUNCIL OAK RIDES THE BOURBON BOOM WITH A SWEET SPIN ON THE OLD FASHIONED Over the years Scotch and whiskey snobs have given bourbon its share of grief leading to a handful of misguided notions about the barrel-aged beverage which is distilled from a dry-grain mix that includes at least 51 percent corn. For starters as noted by the American Bourbon Association Kentucky does not have a monopoly on the spirit it can be made anywhere in the United States (although to be fair 95 percent of it is distilled in the Bluegrass State). Also all bourbon is indeed whiskey all whiskey however does not adhere to the strict federal regulations that govern bourbon production. Then there are those who thumb their nose at bourbon s versatility. Some whiskey drinkers are adamant that drinking it any way other than neat is an outright offense to the spirit says Juan Horta sommelier at Council Oak Steaks & Seafood the award-winning restaurant inside Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood. The truth is simple. The proper way to drink [bourbon] is however you enjoy drinking it. At Council Oak which offers an impressive array of top-shelf bourbons (brands like Knob Creek Woodford Reserve and Jefferson s) that means drinking it the old-school way--like sipping Pappy Van Winkle s Family Reserve a 15-year-old bourbon that goes for 80 as part of the restaurant s One Ounce Club (an exclusive selection of high-end spirit pours served 1 ounce at a time that range from 23 to 720). Or it means drinking it the old-fashioned way which thanks to Council Oak couldn t be any sweeter. For its Barrel-Aged Chocolate Old Fashioned the mixology team blends Elmer T. Lee single-barrel bourbon with cr me de cacao--and then ages the mixture for a minimum of 41 days in an oak barrel. The resulting concoction after the finishing touches are added is a dessert unto itself-- but we suggest making it a double treat by enjoying the drink with the restaurant s mousse cake or chocolate souffl . --KEVIN KAMINSKI What s Old Is New BARREL-AGED CHOCOLATE OLD FASHIONED 2 ounces Elmer T. Lee Bourbon barrel-aged with cr me de cacao 2 dashes orange bitters 2 Luxardo maraschino cherries 1 large ice cube Directions Combine ingredients into rocks glass add ice cube. Garnish with cherries. 24 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM PHOTO BY EVELYN ROBLES TAPAS... PIZZA... PASTA... PERFECT PIZZA BAR TA PA S Formerly D Angelo Pizza 1370 Weston Rd. (Located in Country Isles Plaza) Weston 954.306.0037 To book your next event please contact Brittany at brittany or call 954.564.1234. FORT LAUDERDALE CORAL SPRINGS DELRAY BEACH 4215 N. Federal Hwy. 954.561.7300 5920 Coral Ridge Dr. 954.344.1233 16950 Jog Rd. 561.381.0037 LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 25 A R O U N D town FOOD FOR THOUGHT Feeding South Florida What Volunteering and food drives When Ongoing Where 2501 SW 32nd Terrace Pembroke Park (main warehouse) NONPROFITS THROUGHOUT BROWARD COUNTY ARE LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS TO HELP WITH PROGRAMS AND EVENTS THAT FEED THOSE LESS FORTUNATE Jubilee Center of South Broward What Soup kitchen and social services When Ongoing Where 2020 Scott St. Hollywood The lowdown This collaboration of four area congregations serves the poor and homeless with a variety of services and provisions including clothing personal hygiene supplies and pantry bags of food. In addition its weekday soup kitchen provides 11 a.m. lunches for upward of 150 people each day. The Jubilee Center is always looking for individual and group volunteers. contact 954.920.0106 The lowdown The region s leading domestic hunger-relief organization serves Palm Beach Broward Miami-Dade and Monroe counties with the help of more than 400 partner agencies and its own direct-service programs. In addition to food and fund drive opportunities Feeding South Florida encourages volunteers to help inspect and sort the more than 44 million pounds of food it takes in each year. contact 954.518.1818 Broward Outreach Centers Soref JCC What WECARE Food Pantry When Ongoing Where 6501 W. Sunrise Blvd. Plantation The lowdown The Jewish Community Center s outreach program puts some 3 500 bags of groceries annually into the hands of those who need it most throughout Broward County. In addition to accepting donations (nonperishables produce baked goods) the food pantry needs volunteers Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. to help with organization and distribution. contact 954.792.6700 ext. 306 What Pack the Pantry Food Drive When Ongoing Where 1700 Blount Road Pompano Beach The lowdown The Pompano campus of this South Florida nonprofit has been serving the homeless and needy since 2002. Volunteer opportunities range from tutoring and youth programs to serving meals. This fall the organization hopes to feed more than 200 000 people through its Pack the Pantry campaign those who live near the Pompano center are encouraged to drop off canned goods boxed cereal coffee sugar condiments and non-perishables. contact 954.979.6365 Florida Community Support Organization Family in Distress What Annual Thanksgiving Dinner When Nov. 20 When Nov. 20 hen ov Where 405 S. Fe Where 405 S. Fe her 5 Federal Highway Dania Beach The lowd wn The lowdown As p The lowdown As part of its mission to provide comfort owd hope and mentoring for those struggling to provide for hope and mento ope nd en ento themselves--inc themselves--including cancer survivors high-risk youth hem e ves--in si gle parents an single parents and the homeless--Family in Distress serves single ren meal me l to hundre meals to hundreds of less fortunate individuals at an annual meals undr ndre even that also i event that also includes singing and dancing. The nonprofit event h t ls ven is looking for volunteers to help with entertainment that s looking for vo ook ng day. day. day. contact 54 5 9 contact 954.589 contact 954.589.2618 ont t What Thanksgiving Holiday Orphan Meals When Nov. 24 Where Jarvis Hall 4505 N. Ocean Drive Lauderdale-ByThe-Sea with additional locations throughout Lauderdale Lakes and Fort Lauderdale The lowdown The Lighthouse Point-based nonprofit that works to build communities one neighbor at a time once again will serve upward of 4 000 overall meals to individuals throughout Broward County who will be alone for the holiday. In addition to day-of and pre- and post-event volunteer opportunities sponsorships ranging from 150 to 7 500 can be purchased. contact 954.501.2147 26 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 27 S K I N deep EST E LAUDER STAY-IN-PLACE FOUNDATION While I own too many foundations this double-wear product whenever I need a long-lasting look. 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The Jimmy Connors Tennis Fantasy Experience features expert instruction and court time with Connors as well as social events with the five-time U.S. Open singles champion. The three-day weekend which runs 5 495 per person also includes an all-access pass to the resort s tennis facilities (with 18 clay courts) all meals intown transportation and two nights accommodations. Only 30 spots are available. Visit for information. Liquido Assets THE POPULAR BRAZILIAN ACTIVE-WEAR BRAND GOES HOLLYWOOD BY BECKY RANDEL The Olympic Games weren t the only exciting thing to come out of Brazil this year. Entrepreneur Renata Facchini has introduced Liquido to South Florida with a boutique at 1937 Harrison St. in Hollywood (754.263.2546). It s the first U.S. outpost for the highly sought-after active-wear designer. Liquido began in 2001 in Sao Paulo and quickly generated buzz in the fashion world. In 2009 having developed a passion for yoga Facchini discovered Liquido s soft lightweight high-stretch and vibrant pieces. She decided to invest in the company and it soon gained an even larger cult following. I was searching for something that could handle the sweat and range of motion g required in yoga says Facchini who also is a yoga instructor. Everything I tried was either too restrictive lost its shape or was just ugly. When I tried pe Liquido pants I knew I had found the perfect solution. d Liquido s colorful pieces continue to grow in popularity gracing nue the bodies of Brazil s most fashionable yogis runners and more-- nable which is why Facchini thought it was time to enter the U.S. market. We bring the vibrant colors and soul of Brazilian fashion lors combined with premium quality at affordable prices she says. As for the decision of where to launch Facchini says South o Florida was a no-brainer. The name Liquido is derived from ame water which is essential to life so this area felt like a o natural fit she says. Hollywood [specifically] appealed d to us because of the strong influence of arts and ence culture as well as the strong yoga community. ga Liquido s boutique approach sits well with its customers who gravitate to the Young Circle area. The store carries limited-edition print leggings which have been known to sell out as soon as a new ut pattern is released as well as Liquido s performance wear quido s swimsuit collection and a selection of mala bead necklaces. on Even better for South Florida all leggings and swimwear l pieces offer 50-plus UVA UVB protection and are quickrotection drying. Visit for information. r Jimmy Connors in front of the Boca Raton Resort & Club 30 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM FL.COM LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 31 C L O S E up Alexa Carlin Among the thousands of people who attended the first South Florida Women Empower Expo in midOctober at the Broward County Convention Center were online followers of Alexa Carlin who came from as far away as California to hear the event s co-founder speak. It s humbling to know the impact I ve made on lives just through spreading a positive message says the 25-year-old. It s a message grounded in the dramatic events that have redirected the Boca Raton resident s journey through life. By her senior year at the University of Florida the business administration major already had designed jewelry for the humanitarian fashion brand OmniPeace she also had launched a popular nonprofit Hello Perfect intent on building confidence in the lives of young women with selfesteem issues. I remember sitting in my apartment and thinking that my life was too perfect she says. In January 2013 Alexa s mother visited Gainesville to celebrate a milestone for Hello Perfect. When she noticed the artery in her daughter s neck throbbing she rushed her to the emergency room. Alexa was going into septic shock. Doctors induced a medical coma that lasted six days. She awoke in intensive care with a tube down her throat and hooked to nine bags of antibiotics. Another deadly bacterial complication set in six months later the result of her compromised immune system. To this day Alexa occasionally deals with the painful effects of autoimmune disease--but instead of hiding it she lets people see her at her worst. Her morning A CHAMPION OF WOMEN REACHES A NEW AUDIENCE WITH HER MESSAGE OF EMPOWERMENT AFTER A NEAR-DEATH EXPERIENCE motivational show on Periscope which started in April 2015 has become a candid cathartic and inspiring video journal. My mission is to empower people to dream big and believe in themselves says Alexa who has 35 000-plus social media followers (her good vibe tribe ). You can t do that without authenticity. I m willing to be transparent and vulnerable I can tell people what worked for me during my darkest hours. People hear that and think if she was able to find some ounce of light while going through all of that maybe I can too. In addition to speaking engagements Alexa spent the past year with event partner Kyle Michaud developing the Women Empower Expo which featured more than 50 workshops and 70 exhibitors. Next year the Expo will debut in Washington D.C. (May) and return to Fort Lauderdale (October). As many as four events are planned for 2018. The gift this disease has given me is that I never take the good days for granted any day I feel good I m making the most of it she says. I m so happy now to be focusing on my passion. 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Number 85CGC1225CX LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 35 European imported Hunters Jumpers Equitation horses and ponies for sale and lea pean Hunters Jumpers lease South Florida s Premier Equestrian T i i Training and Boarding Farm dB di F 954.757.1119 6670 NW 82nd Terrace Parkland Florida 33067 LMGFL.COM LMGFL.COM LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 NOVEMBER NOVEMBER 2016 37 37 38 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 39 Green bikini and cover-up designed by Lana Yakoby 40 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM Sea of Possibilities Vanessa Cole looks to take the world by storm following her reality turn on WAGS Miami BY KEVIN KAMINSKI PHOTOGRAPHY BY EDUARDO SCHNEIDER SHOT ON LOCATION ABOARD THE LUXURY YACHT SHE S A 10 LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 41 anessa Cole swears she s never posed for a magazine fashion photographer but you wouldn t know it by the way the Plantation resident is seducing the camera (and enchanting much of the crew) like a seasoned supermodel during an all-day shoot aboard a 164-foot custom yacht. While the photographer snaps image after striking image of the 27-year-old beauty on the bow of She s a 10 another set of cameras on the perimeter of the shoot captures the action for E Network. Cole s turn as a cover girl for Lifestyle is one of the storylines during a mid-season episode of WAGS Miami the reality spinoff that follows the lives of seven wives and girlfriends of professional athletes. At one point as Cole s designer silk coverup billows dramatically in the Intracoastal breeze her marketing manager can no longer contain her enthusiasm. This is your photo shoot Vanessa she shouts. You own this boat In truth the yacht belongs to Carolyn Plummer CEO of It s a 10 hair-care products. But if Cole has her way she ll have her own luxury vessel--sooner rather than later. When you re on the exact same frequency as people whose lives are headed on a higher trajectory that s when the magic begins to happen she says. I can see [my future]. It s so vivid. I can taste it. For Cole--the mother of two daughters (Maliha 6 and Brooklyn 1) with longtime boyfriend Mike Wallace the former Miami Dolphins wide receiver who now plays for the Baltimore Ravens--the cattiness and confrontation inherent to a reality show like WAGS Miami is a means to an end. She sees the show as the next branding step in a Red-printed dress designed by Shahida Parides available at Shop Famosa Miami Springs 42 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM progression that ultimately will lead to her own TV program and a broader audience for The Vanessa Network the online platform she envisions that will offer insights into business beauty and bliss. The beauty and business elements certainly are in her wheelhouse. Though born in New York Cole spent her formative years in Dallas and later Houston (where her parents and Wallace s parents currently live). It was there that Cole began turning heads in the real estate world selling residential properties and representing investors and private equity firms. Her rapid rise at a young age led Cole and a partner to launch their own realestate investment company a venture that didn t last. I learned a lot from that experience about trusting my intuition Cole says. There were red flags going on with that company and I ignored them. There s nothing wrong with taking a risk but I was moving too fast and making hasty decisions. I needed to regroup and change lanes. It was about that time in 2013 that Cole moved to Broward County with Wallace the talented wideout who joined the Dolphins that year after a prolific fouryear run with the Pittsburgh Steelers. The two had first met in Dallas Wallace then a senior at Ole Miss was in town for a game against Texas Tech. For about three months after that night he blew up my phone Cole says. He ended up coming back to train at the Michael Johnson Performance Center [outside of Dallas] before the NFL draft. He calls one night and goes I need to see you I ve been blowing up your phone and you haven t White bandage bikini designed by Lana Yakoby given me any attention. We went to the movies and to lunch a few times. He finished his training and went back to New Orleans [his hometown]. And I realized that I was missing him. ... We ve been together now for more than eight years. The duration of their relationship gives Cole a certain cachet on WAGS especially compared to women less secure about their own situation. In the debut episode Cole boldly suggests I can teach a lot of WAGS how to keep their man I m really like their modernday Jesus. It doesn t mean however that she s above learning something from the show and her fellow cast members. LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 43 Black dress designed by Lana Yakoby The show has opened me up I ve been discovering more about who I am she says. For example in my personal relationship I don t communicate as effectively as I do in business. Maybe that s a reason why Mike and I aren t married yet. It s not something I ve pressured him about it we don t even talk about it. I just go with the flow. But now that I ve talked about it on the show I m looking at my family life and thinking Vanessa what do you want You know exactly what you want in business. What do you want from your relationship I m seeing growth in that area. Cole admits that Wallace (who doesn t appear on the show) has been nervous about WAGS even though he fully supports her moment in the spotlight. It s a little tough for Mike to swallow sometimes she says. He s [used to being] the man and he has a strong ego. But this is important to me. What happens if we don t work out I don t want to be just another statistic chasing after him for alimony and child support. I want to live my dreams and [at the same time] be in a happy relationship. Art direction Melanie Geronemus Smit Assistant photographer Socrates Morilla Styling Lizzy Molina Makeup Brenda Francois Vive La Makeup Lighting Splashlight Studio Miami Dock location Bahia Mar Yachting Center Fort Lauderdale Special thanks to Carolyn Plummer and the outstanding staff of She s a 10 for charter information visit 44 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM Catch Lifestyle on WAGS Miami The WAGS Miami cameras were rolling during our photo shoot with Vanessa Cole--and now we re part of the show s debut season. Visit now wags-miami for past episodes--including the one with Lifestyle magazine which was slated to air for New episodes air through November Sunday nights at 10 p.m. on the E Network. Our thanks to Tracy Powell segment producer at Machete Productions and everyone involved with the show for giving us a behindthe-scenes glimpse into the world of reality television. NOVEMBER 2016 Kaftan with gold belt and choker designed by Asmaa Benkirane available at Le Beau Maroc Miami 45 Portrait of a Mama Bush I by Mickalene Thomas purchased at Art Basel and part of Good and Horvitz s exhibit at NSU Art Museum ART BY MICHELLE F. SOLOMON MATTERS OF THE Two renowned contemporary art enthusiasts share their collection with a South Florida museum--and gear up for Art Basel Miami Beach There s a large portrait by artist Mickalene Thomas titled Portrait of Mama Bush I that greets visitors when they walk into the Belief Doubt exhibit on the second floor of NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale. It s an imposing horizontal painting created on a wood panel with acrylic and enamel embellished with rhinestones. To hear Francie Bishop Good talk about the time in 2010 when she and husband David Horvitz spotted the painting and then decided to buy it makes it all the more enchanting. We all saw it at Art Basel she recalls remembering that it became quite a competition with another collector who wanted the piece. Good and Horvitz finally purchased it but the other collector persisted and approached them. He wanted to buy it from us I finally said OK. Then it ended up that he said he didn t have the room in his collection for the painting. So now Portrait is one of the works that Good and Horvitz treasure. Good is a teacher and an 46 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM David Horvitz and Francie Bishop Good artist best known for her photographs but she s also a painter and multimedia creator Horvitz is an attorney entering his sixth year as chairman of the board of governors at NSU Art Museum. Together they have amassed a collection of about 800 pieces of contemporary art. Recently they announced a promised gift of 100 works to the museum 70 of which are on display there through the end of January as part of Belief Doubt Selections from the Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz Collection. Art is part of the couple s life. In 2006 they created Girls Club a nonprofit organization that provides exhibition and educational space to support local female artists. There are exhibits too in a beautifully rendered industrial space between Andrews and Northeast Third avenues designed by Fort Lauderdale s Margi Nothard of Glavovic Studio. Next door is Good s personal art studio. The Girls Club name arose because the couple s art collection focuses mostly on female artists. At one point I looked around and thought What we have is mostly women and we should focus on that. We didn t really plan anything it happened organically Good says. Horvitz adds One of the things I m most proud of is that as much as we are collectors it s not our ambition to create our own museum. It s our ambition to support local entities and places like the NSU Art Museum. It s a passion and it leaves a legacy. Good says she spends as much time as she can trolling the galleries in New York. Much time also is spent preparing her own work for exhibit. Comus a collection of 70 works on canvas of media-saturated paintings created from high school senior yearbooks of the artist and her mother from 1942 and 1967 is now showing in Lafayette Louisiana it will be on display at the David Castillo Gallery in Miami beginning in February and then at the Coral Springs Museum starting in June. Horvitz recently has started collecting civil rights-era photography and has a collection of photos of actor Paul Newman. He was a friend Horvitz says. When Art Basel takes over the Miami Beach Convention Center (Dec. 1 4) the couple are ready to be immersed. They say they approach the international art fair differently. For Horvitz it s a chance to see a lot of different works. I like to see everything in one place he says. I like the buzz and I like the people. It s also a place to step back and see what the gallerists think the trends are--what might be popular because it changes from year to year. For Good it s about being an artist. I go in 80 percent as an artist and 20 percent as a collector she says adding that she covers all 500 000 square feet of exhibition space and attends the show for all five days (including the VIP preview set for Nov. 30 this year). N by Amy Sillman part of Good and Horvitz s collection LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 47 By the Light by Shinique Smith Satellite fairs during Basel Week are scattered throughout the area bringing crowds to see one of the world s largest gatherings of contemporary art. Most of these events have shuttle service to and from the convention center. Beyond Basel IN MIAMI BEACH We almost always buy from the galleries that we know and trust and who are showing the artists I ve been following. But occasionally we re surprised. While they sometimes walk around the show in a group Horvitz advises against it. You go with another collector and they want to look at the stuff that interests them she says. It s like going on a group tour you re only as fast as the slowest person. Then there s the question of the challenge that modern and contemporary art poses to many viewers because of its lean toward abstraction and away from more representational art. If I were going to give advice to someone it would be that they should go slowly through a contemporary art fair or exhibit. If the art is going to have any effect you have to look at it. A quick run through doesn t do it WHEN Dec. 1 4 Horvitz says. WHERE Miami Beach Good a former Broward Convention Center and County art teacher says other nearby venues getting an education before TICKETS Starting at heading to Art Basel will 50 available online help with appreciation. or onsite She points to the docent INFORMATION led tours at the NSU Art Museum and guided tours or 786.276.2611 by ArtNexus at Basel. People who have a hard time with contemporary art should go with someone who knows a lot she says. I think things that are not familiar to people make them uncomfortable but once they become familiar it opens up a whole new world. 1 Aqua Art Miami This is one of the coolest and quirkiest satellite fairs mostly because of where it s staged--inside the Aqua Hotel. Last year more than 10 000 people passed through the hotel during its five days. Its focus is on emerging and mid-career artists. Why go The hotel s cozy environment has turned this fair into a communal gathering place for collectors curators and art lovers to see new works and discuss all things Basel. Details VIP preview Nov. 30 public viewing Dec. 1 4 1530 Collins Ave. ART BASEL IN AMERICA Design Miami This is a different kind of fair in the sense that it s about collectible design. What does that mean Everything from architecture to furniture is under one tent in the convention center parking lot. Why go A monumental 3-D-printed installation and public plaza by SHoP Architects will welcome visitors. Titled Flotsam & Jetsam the installation will be reinstalled in the Miami Design District s Jungle Plaza to host outdoor cultural events. Details Previews Nov. 29 30 public viewing Nov. 30 Dec. 4 Miami Beach Convention Center parking lot Meridian and 19th Street 3 Fridge Fair An offshoot of New York s Frieze event show founder and artist Eric Ginsburg had an idea to create an intimate space for art and art lovers. This year he s found it at The Betsy South Beach hotel s Underground Gallery. Why go As in the past the question posed to artists for the fourth edition is Can you fit it into the Fridge Find out. Details VIP preview Nov. 27 gala reception Dec. 3 public viewing Nov. 27 Dec. 4 The Betsy South Beach 1440 Ocean Drive 48 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM 4 5 Miami Project. In its fifth edition this world-class art fair is on par with some of the world s biggest. It has 75 000 feet of exhibit space housing 60 galleries. Why go It s built atop and within an already-expansive structure. Check out the 40-foot cathedral ceilings which were seamlessly integrated into the existing architecture. Details VIP preview Dec. 1 public viewing Dec. 2 4 6625 Indian Creek Drive miami-project. com. NADA Miami Beach. After a year at the centrally located Fontainebleau Miami Beach the New Art Dealers Alliance fair returns to the Deauville on Collins Avenue. Why go If you want to be surprised this is the place. NADA focuses on new or underexposed art that is not typical. Details VIP preview Dec. 1 public viewing Dec. 1 4 Deauville Beach Resort 6701 Collins Ave. 7 Untitled. Hosting its fifth edition this fair draws attention because of its big tent on South Beach. The pink wedge on one end is an icon dividing the main exhibition space from an area ach reserved for talks and events. iami Be M Scope Why go On Nov. 30 the first public day of the fair a group of artists along with fine-arts students from New Spalter York s Columbia University will be titled Miami Marbles. creating slogan T-shirts for sale. Download the Marbles app to see Details VIP preview Nov. 29 what happens on site. public viewing Nov. 30 Dec. 4 Details VIP preview Dec. 1 Ocean Drive and 12th Street artpublic viewing Dec. 1 4 Indian Beach Park 4601 Collins Ave. X Contemporary. The second edition of this fair is at Nobu Scope Miami Beach. Another Eden Roc resort. It s known as tent-on-the-beach exhibit this the beautiful fair because creators is one of the granddaddys of say it s dedicated to creating a the satellite fair family entering its memorable viewing experience. 16th year. Why go This year it presents a Why go If you like music historically key exhibition --The with your art Scope typically Women Who Made Art Modern presents a heavy-hitter musical explores 16 female art dealers guest. Organizers are keeping all considered great innovators. details under wraps for now but And visitors will get to explore the the show will be at Miami s Nikki newly renovated resort a venture Beach hot spot. backed by actor Robert De Niro. Details VIP preview Nov. 29 Details VIP preview Nov. 30 public showing Nov. 30 Dec. 4 public viewing Nov. 30 Dec. 4 Ocean Drive at Eighth Street Nobu Eden Roc 4525 Collins Ave. 8 9 Miami Project 6 Pulse Miami Beach. For the third consecutive year the fair will be in a two-tent pavilion at Indian Beach Park. The north tent will have multi-artist booths from established galleries while the south tent will include single-artist and two-artists presentations. Why go See the entrance created by digital artist Anne LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 49 As her world Real Housewives star Teresa Giudice re-assesses life after prison and a best-selling book BY KEVIN KAMINSKI 50 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM Some things about Teresa Giudice never will change. One of the breakout stars of Bravo s The Real Housewives of New Jersey since its 2009 debut the 44-year-old mother of four daughters (Gia Gabriella Milania and Audriana) with husband Joe remains a devoted family woman. The author of four cookbooks also is as passionate as ever about her kitchen concoctions. And as Tonia Ryan the owner of Inance boutique in Pompano Beach can attest Guidice continues to possess an impeccable sense of style. (Giudice who s a fan of the brand will appear Nov. 4 at a grand-opening event for Inance s new women s clothing store at 1324 S. Federal Highway.) But as chronicled in this year s New York Times bestseller Turning the Tables other aspects of Giudice s life have changed--and in dramatic fashion. Starting in January 2015 Giudice served 11 months in a Danbury Connecticut prison after she and Joe were convicted on federal fraud charges. (Her husband began serving a 41-month sentence in March.) During the time away she kept a diary that became the tell-all memoir released last February. In addition to sharing details of her prison stint--including the strip search upon her arrival the maggots in her food and the sexcapades that went on in her cell (in which she did not participate)--Giudice looks back on her life and opens up in ways her fans have never before seen or read. Giudice took time to reflect on some of those revelations with Lifestyle. Between the yoga and between just what s happened to me I am a different person. It s not worth it to let other people affect me. That s how I feel now. I d rather just walk away. What have you learned about yourself as a result of the book and people s reaction to it I m proud of who I am and I embrace my life. That s what makes me so strong. I know I ve inspired a lot of people. I ve had people tell me that they were going through a hard time and I helped them get through it. Maybe I had to go through what I went through to help other people with their hardships. Are you cooking differently because of your lifestyle change I still cook my pasta and my Italian dishes. But I am trying to make everything healthier. I try to bake instead of fry. Sometimes I ll use brown rice instead of white rice. I m starting to use coconut oil which is better for you. So you re not doing the popcorn balls--with melted candy bars--that you discovered during your time away No But those were so-o-o-o-o good Those were my favorites. When did you begin to understand the impact that Real Housewives would have on your life I guess when my extended family came on the show-- my cousins my sister-in-law. I knew then it wasn t fun and games anymore. In the beginning I did the show for fun. And then it started becoming something ugly. That s not what I m about. To me family is the most important thing. But I guess you can t control other people s actions. Why was it important to you to write Turning the Tables Everyone thinks they know me from the show but that s just a part of me. I wanted to let them know more going back to my childhood. I wanted people to understand my background how I was raised. I wanted to peel the onion for people. Hopefully after reading my book people have a taste of who Teresa really is. What s the best part of having this kind of celebrity To tell you the truth I haven t really had a chance to enjoy it yet. We started the show and it was all new to us. Then my family came on the show and then all the legal stuff happened. I guess the best part was being able to write my books sharing my recipes and story with the world and becoming a New York Times bestselling author four times. I have such amazing fans and I m so grateful for them. One of your personal revelations while away involved the discovery of your inner Zen. How has that changed you I tried yoga here and there but I never understood its true meaning and what it can do for your mind. Yes it can make your body look amazing but it s [more than that]. So I started doing yoga and meditating--and I just love it. It keeps me grounded and very calm. I love the way it makes my body feel but I love more how it makes my mind feel. While I was away I did take a step back. I had time to analyze everything in my life. I had raised four children--two of my babies were 16 months apart-- and then the show came about. I was caught in this whirlwind there was a lot going on. And I had a lot of negative people around me. What is your relationship like with Andy Cohen (the entertainer and author is an executive producer of The Real Housewives series.) In the beginning I wasn t sure about him. It was hard for me because I was taking everything personally. But I realize that it s his job [to stir the pot] from time to time. I get that. Now I love him. Do you see yourself being more cautious about the people you bring into your circle Absolutely. I had a lot of bad people around me. Are you looking forward to the day when the show ends I m living in the moment. But I hope the show keeps going. LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 51 HEALING OUR HEROES with treatment to improve brain health BY MICHELLE F. SOLOMON R etired Staff Sgt. Geovanny Arroyo spent five years in active duty with the U.S. Army first with the 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment (part of the 82nd Airborne Division) and then in Iraq with the 124th Infantry. When he returned to Florida he remained with the U.S. Army Reserves until 2012. For a few years after his retirement Arroyo says he was reckless. I drank a little alcohol the Deerfield Beach resident says. Well I drank a lot of alcohol. I was drinking six days a week. I was trying to readjust but I was also feeling indestructible. I had survived a few ambushes I survived an IED [improvised explosive device] and a lot of close calls. So to come back and die in a car accident didn t seem like it could happen. Arroyo also was plagued by headaches anxiety and sleep deprivation. He always seemed angry irritated and annoyed. Numerous doctors told him that he was neurologically and physically in perfect condition even though he felt otherwise. So Arroyo turned to The 22 Project a nonprofit organization based in Delray Beach ( founded in 2014 by Alex Cruz and his wife Erica to provide medical treatment for injured veterans and active-duty service members. The Cruzes who own Southeast Medical Imaging in Delray Beach began donating their imaging services after being approached by retired U.S. Marine Lt. Col. Antonio Colmenares in 2009. Colmenares had been working with veterans who had been receiving hyperbaric oxygen therapy treatments. He wanted access to brain scan images that could document the impact that the treatments were having on veterans brain health. The Cruzes scanned the brains of the first group that Colmenares brought to them. Within a few weeks the same Gulf War veterans returned--and the images of the brain were dramatically improved after the treatments Alex says. It was so encouraging. The treatment commonly known as HBOT delivers medical-grade oxygen to a person s pulmonary system while they are inside a pressurized chamber. It is used mostly to promote healing of wounds. It is considered a holistic treatment--one that encompasses the patient physically psychologically socially and spiritually-- when used for neurological disorders and is not currently considered a necessary medical treatment for neurological problems. Insurance coverage is uncommon for the treatments or the brain-imaging scans so far HBOT isn t standard care for veterans with brain injuries. In fact a study from the Department of Defense and Veterans Affairs says hyperbaric oxygen is ineffective at treating concussion-related injuries. But after undergoing 40 treatments through the 22 Project Arroyo couldn t disagree more. Within the first week and a half I felt more energetic he says. I could sleep better the sleep was deeper. I felt that I wasn t as irritable. The treatment runs for 40 days five days a week. Brain imaging scans track the progress. When we saw how much it was helping the veterans we decided to find a way to fund the treatments Alex says of the impetus behind The 22 Project. The Cruzes of Boca Raton hope to offer full services for Gulf War veterans with traumatic brain injuries. They have partnerships with physicians and psychiatrists for evaluations and they ve partnered with treatment centers in South Florida to provide HBOT and other therapies that improve cognitive psychiatric and neurological brain function. Veterans apply for a grant from The 22 Project to obtain the treatments. We want to be able to get this to more people Erica says. Two West Point cadets Adrian Shanahan and James Callan canoed 2 320 miles on the Mississippi River to support The 22 Project this summer. They were determined to raise the profile of the treatment. They received almost 12 000 through their GoFundMe page-- which happens to be the approximate cost of a full 40-course treatment. So far The 22 Project has funded treatment for 13 veterans over the past two years--but countless more are interested. And with good reason. Regrettably 22 veterans commit suicide every day Alex says referring to an often-cited figure taken from a 2012 VA study based on research between 1999 and 2010. They served our country and protected us and now it is our turn to serve and protect them. Our hope is to prevent other servicemen and women from being counted in this very sad statistic. As long as we have the funding we re willing to treat veterans. They deserve it. LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 53 54 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM Is Your Roof Hurricane Ready Latite Roofing...ready when you are Call Latite for all your repair and re-roofing needs. Latite is the largest roofing company in South Florida and has been serving residents and businesses for over 70 years. Ask for rate code Life3 to receive 10% off any repair or 300 off re-roofing. Southeast Florida Corporate Headquarters 2280 W. Copans Rd. Pompano Beach FL 33069 800.NEW.ROOF (639.7663) WWW.LATITE.COM LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 CCC 1326510 55 SPECIAL MARKETING SECTION LIFESTYLE ADVICE THREE TIPS TO IMPROVE YOUR PERSONAL BRAND Having a strong personal brand is vital to building a successful business or career. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos says your personal brand is what people say about you when you re not in the room. While you can t always control what others say or even think you can certainly affect a person s perception of your professional skills especially online. With the saturation of and reliance upon the Internet and social media there is a wide variety of ways to enhance your reputation and personal brand. they search specific keywords. SEO is an important aspect of a marketing campaign if a potential client hears about you but can t find you online it s usually a deal breaker. 3. Get involved While it requires more effort than a simple Google search getting involved in a community organization connects you with other movers and shakers whom you might otherwise never meet. Examples of groups that cater to different audiences include local alumni associations Account Executive Boardroom Public Relations 1776 N. Pine Island Road Suite 320 Fort Lauderdale 33322 954-370-8999 KELSEY DEAN 1. Actively promote yourself Don t be afraid to use your own social media accounts in equal amounts for your professional self-promotion and personal use. Your posts should reflect who you are as a person and as an expert in your field so don t be embarrassed about sharing professional wins or advice in addition to personal photos and commentary. Your brand is strongly tied to your personality and social media is an easy way to reach an audience of potential referrals or clients. Note Avoid being too sales-y. Remember that people connect with people and if you seem insincere your connections will be less likely to trust you. 2. Google yourself and your business Run an online search of your name and or your company. If you can t find what you re looking for or don t like what you see consider investing in a Search Engine Optimization (SEO) campaign. This will help search engines such as Google guide users to your website when nonprofit organizations and professional mentoring groups. Many of these organizations meet monthly and don t require a large time commitment but can be fulfilling personally and professionally. I am actively involved in certain groups and have found that the University of Florida Alumni Association s Broward Gator Club the Leadership Broward Foundation and the Public Relations Society of America s local chapter are three very different groups putting me in front of a variety of professionals with little overlap. The more you do the more you connect but even joining one group is extremely valuable. Building your personal brand requires effort and patience but the result can yield significant benefits. You ll be searchable and recognizable both elements that can lead to new business. Kelsey Dean is an Account Executive at BoardroomPR a full-service public relations and marketing agency based in South Florida. 56 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 57 WHO S WHO IN REAL ESTATE MERI & ERIC SOLOMON SOLOMON HOMES 1792 Bell Tower Lane Weston 954.465.5745 ES E D U C A T I O N Business Management Degree University of Florida (Go Gators ) Nova Southeastern Early Childhood Education State Licensed Real Estate Broker State Licensed Mortgage Broker Licensed Real Estate Salesperson A C H I E V E M E N T S Voted Best of Weston Multiple Years Consistently handling 50 to 80 transactions a year Second Generation Family Business with over 3 decades of experience Dynamic Bilingual Sales Team L O C A T I O N S Based in Weston Town Center Primary Markets include all of Broward County with a concentrated focus on Weston Parkland Davie East Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach County Committed and Passionate Eric and Meri Solomon are key players in the South Florida Real Estate Market. Their passion for family friends and the South Florida Lifestyle makes them familiar members of the community from Weston to the Beaches. Combine this with their in depth knowledge and dedication to the global real estate market and the results are well-known well-respected and well-trusted for nearly two decades. Growing up in Plantation and Cooper City their families have been entrenched in the growth of South Florida. After college at University of Florida Eric and Meri moved back to start their family and careers. Eric quickly excelled in networking marketing and sales which propelled them to open Solomon Homes in 2003. Eric with the help of Meri built a large loyal and fun client base over the years consisting of many walks of life. Their strong relationships built on trust and respect have created a referral network with quality contacts for a thriving business. This dynamic team has also created a niche with Private Money Lending to help real estate investors fund projects throughout the State of Florida. They work with hedge a traditional bank will not touch. For most of you in Weston you know Eric and Meri as Drew Noah and Jacob s coaching or helping out. Eric is proud to be on the Board of Directors of the Weston YMCA and on the JAFCO golf fundraising Committee. Meri also spends countless hours volunteering at the schools and on various charitable foundations to make our Hometown a special place. Eric Solomon has been nothing short of spectacular. We moved to Weston FL from Las Vegas. We were lucky enough to meet Eric as a sellers agent while looking at a house we quickly made him the buyers agent and found our dream home and closed the deal within 48 hours. Needless to say Eric is now our permanent South Florida realtor. He goes out of his way and continues to try and make strategic introductions (doctors services etc...) for my wife and I to help us get settled. We are proud to have Eric Solomon as our realtor but excited he is now our friend. - Gino & Yvonne 58 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM Unsurpassed Value in Private Club Communities Single-family homes with expansive golf and lake views in a boutique country club setting (2 000 to 4 000 sq ft ). 36 holes of championship golf on two pristine courses. Private golf cart privileges and readily available tee times. Contact Joann Bedia Membership & Marketing Director 10471 Boca Woods Lane Boca Raton Ph. 561.487.2800 LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 59 SILVER LINING CATERING SLEventCatering WA R M U P T O W I N T E R INSPIRATION For Winter entertaining add warmth with rustic and natural elements. Season foods with warm notes such as nutmeg and cinnamon. This relaxed style will make any occassion warm and cozy. the FOOD BUTTERMILK MARINATED SOUS VIDE TURKEY & SUCCOTASH BREAD PUDDING the DRINK ROMPOPE whole milk cane sugar vanilla extract cinnamon stick finely ground almonds rum or brandy lavender to garnish the LOOK Learn more about our specialty services. P 954-917-1020 ext. 314 60 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM DID YOU KNOW WE SPECIALIZE IN NICHE MARKETS IN BOTH NEW CONSTRUCTION & RESALES SOUTHWEST BROWARD - Weston - Davie - Plantation - Cooper City - Southwest Ranches Eric Solomon did a wonderful job selling our home and assisting with buying our new home all within one month He was extremely knowledgeable about the area and knew local realtors which led to numerous showings and a quick sale. Eric always made himself available to show us homes and when he was not personally available his team did a great job filling in for him. We could not be happier with the service we received from Eric Solomon and his team. -Brian and Jennifer Gottlieb PARKLAND - Heron Bay - Parkland Golf & County Club - Mira Lago - Watercrest - 55 Community Four Seasons Eric & Meri Solomon The Real Deal in Sales Marketing and Transaction Management. 2 families recently bought new construction with the assistance of Solomon Homes -Four Seasons and Mira Lago EAST FORT LAUDERDALE - Las Olas River House - Single Family - 353 Sunset Las Olas - Townhouses - Landings at Las Olas - Beachfront - Hendricks & Venice Isles DID YOU KNOW ERIC SOLD THE PENTHOUSE OF THE RIVER HOUSE. IT WAS A BENCHMARK SALE IN FORT LAUDERDALE THAT SOLD FOR OVER 3 MILLION. PALM BEACH COUNTY BOYNTON BEACH DELRAY BEACH AND WELLINGTON - 55 active adult communities such as Valencia communities & Villagio Reserve - 7 Bridges - The Bridges - Tuscany Selling South Florida Real Estate For Over 40 Years. We have specialists working in these areas one of them with 40 years of experience who is also resident in Palm Beach County LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 61 D I N I N G spotlight HARDY PARK BISTRO MAKES HAUTE CUISINE ACCESSIBLE IN DOWNTOWN FORT LAUDERDALE BY CLARISSA BUCH PHOTOS BY EDUARDO SCHNEIDER Neighborhood Gem 62 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM I t has been three years since a small freestanding paper-white building with the thick black initials H.P.B. fixed above its entryway revolutionized Fort Lauderdale s dining scene. With scores of dive bars burger joints and seafood shacks nearby a place such as Hardy Park Bistro beyond its quaint-yetobscure design easily sticks out. Hardy Park Bistro is the progeny of internationally trained chef owner Philip Darmon and his wife Jessica Rossitto. Located near Florence C. Hardy Park it s the dining spot downtown Fort Lauderdale long needed--a laidback restaurant serving upscale eats. In this case it s a fusion of American Mediterranean and southeast Asian flavors. I always wanted to open a restaurant Darmon says. But I just didn t know what kind. I get really upset when I see chefs who spend 20 or 25 years getting really good at something and then going and doing something totally different. All that knowledge goes wasted. I knew I didn t want that. In the last 15 years Darmon transitioned from cooking in luxury restaurants in his native Australia to journeying the open ocean on megayachts as a chef. Summers in the Mediterranean and winters in the Caribbean became routine for Darmon. In 12 years he traveled the globe and rubbed shoulders with some of its most successful people. I come from an average family Darmon explains. So to be able to pick these people s brains was phenomenal. Through working with many Americans during my time on yachts I learned that they are really positive people. I just love that. As Darmon discovered a love for American culture he also began to call Fort Lauderdale home. Since the port city is one of the world s biggest yachting bases Darmon spent most of his downtime in South Florida which is where he met Jessica. I didn t get to go home to Australia much he says. But I d come to Fort Lauderdale every so often. Jessica and I both love it here and we understand the community well. Life as a yacht chef was grueling Darmon says. Most days he d work about 17 hours leaving little time for anything else. He searched for a new challenge and decided that he wanted to merge what he learned at sea with his dreams on land. The result is a restaurant heavily influenced by Darmon s culinary past featuring an infusion of dishes and ingredients that have piqued his interests over the years. It s Philip Darmon prepares crisp-skinned salmon with ratatouille and spinach. also one with a revolving menu options change weekly often with a smattering of new dishes that even his most loyal customers don t recognize. It s an evolution he says. It keeps it interesting. I hate being tied to [a menu] for three months. But there are two dishes that always remain The H.P.B burger and the chocolate mousse. The burger is stacked with a slice of cheddar cheese crisp onion and a smear of homemade tomato chutney. The mousse is made from scratch too with a touch of pillowy cream on the side. We re in America you need a burger on the menu he says. And the mousse is just delicious. Darmon and his team pride themselves on making nearly everything in-house. They peel and slice each potato to make a day s worth of French fries and they create ice cream and sorbet concoctions to complement dessert. The product you make from scratch is far superior than what you get from a can he says. We also have an open kitchen so our customers can watch us the whole time. We don t hide anything. Recent dishes include beef tartare with a single fried quail egg grilled corvina drizzled with arugula pesto and a broccoli leek and gorgonzola dinner. Broward County s food scene is just starting he says. It s getting better but doesn t have decades of knowing good food either. It s exciting being here. Where 21 SW Seventh St. Fort Lauderdale Hours Tuesday Thursday 11 a.m 3 p.m. Friday 11 a.m. 3 p.m. 5 30 10 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. 3 p.m. 5 30 10 p.m. Sunday 10 a.m. 3 p.m. 5 30 9 p.m. Contact 954.652.1475 HARDY PARK BISTRO LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 63 D I N I N G the dish BY CLARISSA BUCH Goin Coconuts Rok Brgr (208 SW Second St. Fort Lauderdale 954.525.7656 and its sister restaurants--including Himmarshee Public House TacoCraft and Apothecary 330--have unveiled a new brew Rok N Coco. In collaboration with Wynwood s J. Wakefield Brewing the beer is a coconut IPA made from citra hops giving the brew a citrus and tropical taste. Combined with coconut it creates a balanced flavor with a tangy aftertaste. New from Warsaw A Taste of Hawaii Poke House brings its popular fast-casual concept to Broward County with the opening its first location in Fort Lauderdale (666 Federal Highway Expect Hawaiian poke bowls--traditional raw fish salads served with ingredients such as tuna soy sauce and cabbage--along with other Pacific island favorites. Memphis Garrett former director of operations at SBE a hospitality and real estate company has joined forces with other restaurateurs to open five Poke House outposts throughout Florida in the coming months. By the end of the year Warsaw Coffee Company cofounders Scott Ojeda and Blaise McMackin will open Milk Honey (815 NE 13th St. Fort Lauderdale 954.990.4189 next door to its popular caf . The spot will be a juxtaposition of coldpressed juices and craft cocktails. Planned to be open daily from 7 a.m. to midnight it will be one of the county s earliestoperating bars with a menu filled with breakfast lunch and grab-and-go options. 64 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM BECKER DOES BEARD BE THERE OR B SQUARE Snag a juicy all-natural antibiotic and hormone-free beef burger at Las Olas newest meat-and-brew joint B Square (1021 E. Las Olas Blvd. 954.999.5216 The casual restaurant features a menu of patties salads and small bites such as shrimp calamari and chicken wings. For first-timers consider The Dad Bod burger (pictured above)--which comes with with melted d Maytag blue cheese mushrooms caramelized purple onions and a sunny-side-up fried egg. Kuro the Japanese restaurant inside Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino (1 Seminole Way Hollywood 954.327.7625 returned to the coveted James Beard House in October to cook a specialty meal led by executive chef Alex Becker. It was the restaurant s second invite to cook at the famed New York venue. To celebrate Kuro is giving patrons an opportunity to sample that evening s menu. Priced at 100 a person plates include lionfish topped with brown butter and tosazu a Wagyu beef mashup and mochi cake. Pumpkin Nut Cheesecake Just in time for Thanksgiving Council Oak Steaks & Seafood at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino has divulged the recipe for its popular pumpkin-nut cheesecake with praline crumble. The thick crunchy topping made of nuts and sugar is complemented by a creamy pumpkin-inspired cheesecake blend. Finish it with a smudge of cream and a dash of cinnamon. CHEESECAKE MIX 1 quart New York cheesecake mix 8 ounces pumpkin puree 6 ounces peanut butter 1 2 teaspoon ginger 1 2 teaspoon cinnamon 1 2 teaspoon nutmeg PRALINE CRUMBLE 8 ounces praline paste 8 ounces white chocolate 8 ounces paillet feuilletine (crushed wheat wafers or cr pes) GRAHAM CRUST 1 1 2 cups graham 1 3 cup melted butter 1 2 teaspoon cinnamon ground DIRECTIONS FOR THE CRUST Combine ground graham cracker cinnamon and butter in bowl. Mix until fully incorporated. Place in bottom of pan and press to make sure crust is even. Bake at 350 degrees for 9 minutes. Remove from oven and let cool. FOR THE PUMPKIN CHEESECAKE MIX In a mixing bowl use paddle to combine all ingredients until smooth. Pour cheesecake mix into pre-baked crust. Place pan in water bath and bake at 350 degrees for 90 minutes. FOR THE PRALINE T CRUMBLE Using a double boiler place white chocolate in bowl over boiling water. Stir chocolate until melted. Remove from heat crumble the praline paste and add to the chocolate. Add the paillet feulletine and mix. Set aside until set crumble by hand. 66 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM YOLO BOATYARD S3 - SUN SURF SAND Incredible food. Unique atmospheres. Amazing locations. The restauranteurs & culinary masterminds behind many of South Florida s hot spots The Restaurant People invite you to experience three of our chic & sophisticated dining venues. Immerse yourself in the energy of downtown Fort Lauderdale at YOLO unwind along the ocean at S3 or experience our newest dynamic transformation BOATYARD. All our restaurants feature innovative cuisine and hand-crafted cocktails in stylishly-relaxed settings. Discover the concepts in The Restaurant People s collection and experience the best of Fort Lauderdale. BOATYARD - 1555 SE 17th Street Fort Lauderdale FL 33316 954.525.7400 YOLO - 333 East Las Olas Boulevard Fort Lauderdale FL 33301 954.523.1000 S3 - 505 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard Fort Lauderdale FL 33304 954.523.SURF LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 67 QUALITY EXPERIENCE BEAUTIFUL RESULTS SURGERY CONSULTATIONS INJECTABLES FILLERS MEDICAL GRADE FACIALS LASER HAIR REMOVAL COOLSCULPTING PERMANENT MAKEUP BOOK ONLINE TACHMESMD.COM LINCOLN ROAD WESTFIELD MALL DADELAND MALL MANHAT TAN LEONARD TACHMES M.D. MEDICAL DIRECTOR BOARD CERTIFIED PLASTIC SURGEON SINCE 1994 68 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 69 who what wear Dan Lindblade Marijke De Bruin president and CEO of the part of the luxury development sales team at Greater Fort Lauderdale Ocean Land Investments is Chamber of Commerce wearing an Elie Tahari dress is wearing a Jos. A. Bank signature gold suit a Manolo Blahnik heels and Vineyard Vines tie and a Diane Von Furstenberg Allen Edmonds shoes. Bonnie Barnett on the board of the NSU Art Museum is wearing a Derek Lam top Louis Vuitton scarf Rag & Bone jeans Nancy Gonzalez handbag and Christian Louboutin shoes. Kimberly Ibarra Robert L. Kagan renowned expert in nuclear luxury brand manager for Boat International Media medicine and medical is wearing a B Platinum director of the MRI Scan jumpsuit Alexandre & Imaging Centers is Birman heels Prada wearing Giorgio Armani handbag and a Rolex jacket and pants and an watch. Yves Saint Laurent shirt. Rick Hamilton general manager at The Foundry is wearing a Jos. A. Bank suit and Cole Haan shoes. 70 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM LIFESTYLE LAUNCH AT THE FOUNDRY MORE THAN 300 VIPS GATHERED AT THE FOUNDRY IN POMPANO BEACH TO CELEBRATE THE DEBUT OF LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE S EIGHTH PUBLICATION WHICH SERVES LIGHTHOUSE POINT POMPANO BEACH DEERFIELD BEACH AND HILLSBORO BEACH. SPONSORS SABBIA BEACH INANCE AND JOEY ACCARDI JOINED IN THE EVENING FESTIVITIES. BJ Martinez-Prillaman Marilyn Astle Tonia Ryan Melanie Kimpton Jonathan Howard sales executive for Sabbia managing broker of ONE realtor associate at Douglas realtor associate at Douglas CEO of Inance Women s Beach is wearing a Carmen Sotheby s International Clothing Boutique is Elliman is wearing a Theory Elliman is wearing a top suit and Hugo Boss shirt skirt handbag and heels all wearing an Inance dress Marc Valvo dress Tory Burch Realty is wearing a Laundry by Shelli Segal dress and Louis Vuitton handbag and shoes and Michael Kors by BCBG. and shoes. heels and handbag accessories. Yves Saint Laurent heels. by Tory Burch. Harry Patel managing partner at The Foundry is wearing a Banana Republic shirt Bonobos pants Alfani shoes and a Rolex watch. LMGFL.COM NOVEMBER 2016 71 Photos by Linzi Altabet NEWS & EVENTS NOVEMBER2016 A C C E S S AMARAY LAS OLAS EVENT The grand opening of Amaray Las Olas drew a host of dignitaries for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the recently developed high-rise residence. John P. Jack Seiler the mayor of Fort Lauderdale and Terry Stiles and Greystar representatives were among the speakers at an event that also featured live entertainment. Guests were greeted with Champagne later after the ribbon cutting attendees also enjoyed cocktails and light bites as they toured the meticulously designed Amaray tower and experienced all the development has to offer. L I F E S T Y L E LIGHT UP THE NIGHT The Law Offices of Baker & Zimmerman cordially invite you to kick off the holiday season in style at the fourth annual Light Up the Night celebration Dec. 8 from 7 to 10 p.m. at the firm s building (6991 N. State Road 7) in Parkland. Join personal injury attorneys Robert Baker and Robert Zimmerman as they proudly host a special evening of holiday festivities benefiting two renowned charities--the Anthony Rizzo Family Foundation and In Jacob s Shoes. The celebration will feature a ceremony honoring the building s famed light display which will be accompanied by live music from the band Sekond Nature. Expect holiday caroling light bites and refreshments from local eateries raffles prizes--and much more For more event information call 954.509.1900. LABB OPENS NEW OFFICE LABB Aesthetic Beauty Bar has opened its second South Florida medical office a Fort Lauderdale (906 NE 26th Ave.) location to go with one in South Beach. Created by Joey Chancis founder and CEO of Joey New York and her partner aesthetic nurse practitioner Danielle Smith the brand specializes in injectable aesthetic anti-aging and skin-care procedures. The LABB offers access to the industry s leading products including FDA-approved Allergan s Botox Cosmetic Juvederm Ultra Plus and Voluma. Visit for additional details. WALK-OFF FOR CANCER Throw on your shoes and strap up your laces for the fifth annual Walk-Off for Cancer Dec. 11 at 8 30 a.m. at Pine Trails Park in Parkland. Spots are limited so sign up early and join the fight against this disease. Last year the event raised more than 215 000 for the University of Miami s Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center Joe DiMaggio Children s Hospital and families battling cancer. This year the Walk-Off hopes make an even bigger impact on the South Florida community To register as an individual or as a team please visit walk. 72 NOVEMBER 2016 LMGFL.COM PHOTO BY JOSE LARROTTA Philanthropy has never looked so Randy Beckman Certified Hand Therapist with Broward Health. Randy developed the post-operative breast cancer rehab program at Broward Health Medical Center and is a founding member of their Comprehensive Cancer Program and Breast Program Leadership team. Making an Impact with the Glam-A-THONTM 2016 GLAMMY AWARDS Hono THONTM Honor Honorees Candi Evett A strong sense of community includes notable philanthropic and leadership roles with Emerge Broward Friends of Birch State Park Families of Spinal Muscular Atrophy Gala of Hope Volunteer and JA Uncorked. Fabulous Joe Feinberg Co-founder of Allied kitchen and Bath graciously hosts and underwrites numerous fundraising and awareness events at the Allied Showroom and has helped raise over 1M for the non-profit community and the people they serve. Orna Kadosh Orna is an interior designer for high profile clients in the residential yacht and aviation industries. As a recent breast cancer survivor Orna decided to join Glam-A-THONTM to raise funding and awareness to assist the local community. Wendy Liebowitz As Vice President and Branch Manager of Fidelity Investments Wendy serves the community as a Glam-A-THONTM Executive Board Member is on the Board of Directors for the Hard Rock Winterfest Boat Parade and an active member of the Ft. Lauderdale Alumni Association of Kappa Kappa Gamma. Cynthia Rodriguez owner and founder of Cystal4U brings a sparkly dimension to Glam-A-THONTM. It was Cynthia s sister s personal battle with breast cancer that motivated her to align with Glam-A-THONTM. She has participated in the 150 Mile MS Bike Tour United Way Wine Women & Shoes Headbands of Hope the Tyler Scott Goldberg Sunset Run and the Joe DiMaggio Tour De Broward. Jameson Olsen is the director of marketing and business development for All My Sons Moving & Storage. She serves as Chair of the Young Professionals Network of the Treasure Coast for the Realtors Association of St Lucie County sits on the on the Realtor s Association of the Palm Beaches Young Professional Network committee and has an active role on the REALTORS Political Action Committee the Young Professional Network Committee for St. Lucie County and the Community Outreach Committee for the Realtor Association of the Palm Beaches. Stacy Schwartz is a partner in the Fort Lauderdale office of Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP. In addition to a myriad of professional awards Stacy is also an Adjunct Professor at Nova Southeastern School of Law. As part of her profession Stacy is committed to mentoring and teaching young lawyers and law students. She volunteers for PACE Center in Broward serving as a reading mentor to teenage girls. Stacy also raises funds and gifts for new families participating in National Adoption Day each November. 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Walter Hampton and Gary Press Eric Lebersfeld Sianne Chong and Kristoffer Nino CAPITOL LIGHTING BRIGHTENS LIVES Robert Grant Guests sign the welcome board Where Pompano Beach What Owner Mike Linder and the talented team at SILVER LINING PARTY appreciation party at the company s 20 000-square-foot kitchen in Pompano Beach. More than 275 guests-- including clientele from Miami International Airport and Palm Beach International Airport as well as others in the private aviation industry--attended the affair. 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