Page 4 The Beacon • 252-0914 • October 2014 Page 6 The Beacon • 252-0914 • October 2014 Get G et on o the th he Nifty Nift ty T Thrifter h hrift e Trolley er Trolley o yT Tour o ourr For F or a full day of o thrift shopping. shopping. We W e will even ev ve en provide provide lunch; lunch; c all y you ou ha have av ve to to do is shop. sh s op. The T he cost cost t for for o a ticket ticket t to to board boarrd the the trolley trolley for fo or a fun ﬁlled d day of thrift thrifft shopping sh hopping in including clu uding lun lunch ch iis s$ $35. 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Please send your thoughts or remarks to The Beacon, c/o Words Plus, 308 Tequesta Drive, #3, Tequesta, FL 33469. RANDOM THOUGHTS AND OBSERVATIONS JUPITER INLET VILLAGE: We are in firm agreement with the Town of Jupiter’s concept of the Jupiter Inlet Village along A1A, from U. S. Highway One eastward. But, Save Suni Sands! There has been a movement to redevelop the Suni Sands property for additional business. We understand a group of 75 people invited to a reception at Jupiter Beach Resort appeared to review draft ideas and provide feedback to the planning team - the Modica Group and Cotleur & Hearing. There were conflicting beliefs expressed. Some wanted more development, others wanted less - most wanted to save Suni Sands. The idea of a “Funky Fishing Village” appeals to this reporter. Let’s not destroy our historic heritage with giant redevelopment. There is a plan to restore the Boat House at Suni Sands. Great idea! As long as we continue in that vein the Jupiter Inlet Village can be a tremendous advance to the community and we’re all for a plan that would keep it simple, yet inviting - not overwhelming. There is still much planning to do. There will be more feedback opportunities. Yea, for that! It should be something many would want to be involved in. Keep up the good work, people, and let’s get something we can be proud of that will be a sure destination. In an article and an ad pertaining to Fred Astaire S! Dance Studio in the October issue of The Beacon, we OOP inadvertently misspelled the owners name. It is Sergh Aliev. Also, the incorrect phone number for the studio was published. The correct number is (561) 743-3216. Further, a female dance instructor;s name was misspelled. It should be this: Mariya Khristina. We regret and apologize for the errors. 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The Roving Reporter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 The View From My Pedestal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Nifty Thrifty Trolley Tour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Think Local . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Interior Views . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Let’s Talk Chocolate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Massage, Clinically Speaking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Cypress Drive Promotion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Village Interiors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Fishing Forecast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 The Rejuvenator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 David’s Limousine (“Turtle Bus”) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Ask the Professor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Bizz-Buzz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Feast of Little Italy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Private “Eye-deas” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Jupiter/Tequesta AC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Water...View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Your Real Estate Resource . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Bean There....Brewed That . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Whole Body Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 The Comfort Keepeer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Healthful Hints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Better Business Relations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Tequesta Shoppes Redevelopment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Alice Denny Muralist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Helix Urgent Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Aliens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Steppin’ Out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Ask the Chef . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Strummin’ Around . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Entertainment Spotlight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 It’s the Law . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Alice’s Farm Fresh Foods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Pet Ponderings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Jupiter Waterfront Inn, 18903 US Hwy. One, Tequesta Ocean Bleu, (County Line Plaza, U. S. One), Tequesta Mail & News Plus, (County Line Plaza), U. S. One) Tequesta Rancho Chico U. S. One, Tequesta (Count Line Plaza) Iceland Cryo, 590 U. S. Hwy. 1 N., Tequesta (County Line Plaza) Tequesta Terrace Assisted Living, Village Blvd. & US 1, Tequesta Blondies, 181 US Highway One, Tequesta Our Sister’s Place, 580 US Hwy. 1, Tequesta - County Line Plaza Tequesta Steakhouse, 157 N. U. S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta Tequesta Sunoco, U. S. Hwy. One & Tequesta Dr., Tequesta Tequesta Drugs, 1 Main Street, Tequesta Oceana Coffee, 221 Old Dixie Hwy., #1, Jupiter L & G Fueling (Sunoco), 1625 N. Old Dixie Hwy., Tequesta Stingray Fishing Outfitters, 1405 N. Alt. A1A, Jupiter Cypress Cafe, 357 Cypress Drive, Tequesta The Good Stuff, 1515Cyypress Drive, Jupiter NPB Chamber of Commerce, 5520 PGA Blvd., PB Gardens Fassage, 725 N. A1A, C-114 (The Alhambra Plaza), Jupiter Ligthouse Cove Adventure Golf, A1A (East of Alhambra Plaza) Blueline Surf & Paddle, 997 A1A, Jupiter Food Shack, 103 S. U. S. Highway One (Publix Plaza), Jupiter Double Roads Tavern, 251 S. U. S. Highway 1, Jupiter Shoe Gallery, Driftwood Plaza, So. U. S. One, Jupiter Royal Cafe, 75 E. Indiantown Rd. (Concourse Vilage), Jupiter P. B, Compounding, 2151 S. Alt. A1A #1500 (Three Palms Cent) Economy Tire, 621 Alt. A1A, Jupiter Jupiter Medical Center Thrift Shop, 205 Center Street, Jupiter Old Dixie Cafe, 300 N. Old Dixie Hwy., Jupiter Jupiter Golf Carts, 300 N. Old Dixie Hwy., #102, Jupiter Goodyear Tire & Auto, 1350 W. Indiantown Rd., Jupiter Rancho Chico, 6390 Indiantown Rd., Ste. 45 (Chasewood; Plaza) Jupiter Nails (Publix Plaza), Jupiter Farms End Zone Bar & Grill (Publix Plaza), Jupiter Farms RJ’s Native Sun Cafe, 16891 Jupiter Farms Rd., Jupiter Farms West Jupiter Camping Resort, 130th St., Jupiter Farms J. J. Muggs Stadium Grill, Abacoa Town Center, Jupiter Juno Beach RV Park Condos, 900 Juno Ocean Walk, Juno Beach Hurricane Cafe, 14050 U. S. Hwy. One, Juno Beach (No. of CVS) Kirby’s Pub (Plaza La Mer), Juno Beach New York Bar & Grill, 12189 U. S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach www.TheBeaconMagazine.com • October 2014 Page 9 JMC Thrift Shop Sets 2015 Nifty Thrifty Trolley Tours The trolley tours all have available openings. The tours will include shops from Northlake Blvd. to Hobe This Tour will Take those Registered to Many of the Each will begin at the Non-Profit Thrifts in Palm Beach and Martin Counties Sound. Jupiter Medical Center Thrift JUPITER -- The Nifty Thrifty Trolley Tour dates for the 2014 Shop on Center Street here. 2015 event have been set, with the first outing scheduled for “The nice thing about these November 11. Trolley stops may be made at the following thrift tours,” Melissa said, “is that shops: Furry Friends, Habitat for Humanity, Hope International they all stops at non-profit Missions, Hospice of Juno Beach, House of Hope, Jupiter Medical thrift stores. She said the Center, Our Sister’s Place, Pennies for Heaven, Smiley Wiley, St. hospital gift shop is a not-forMark’s, The Give, Treasure Coast Hospice and Treasures for Hope. profit, but will not be included in the tour. However, she Organized four years ago by Melissa Fiorenza, manager of the advised that the gift shop is Jupiter Medical Center Thrift Store and the JMC Gift Shop at the going well and people who south entrance to the Jupiter hospital, this event has become one of People who sign up for the the more popular activities in the surrounding area. Ms. Fiorenza said patronize it have access to free trolley tour will ride on a vehicle like this , one provided by Molly valet parking. the thought came to her after she had organized a group of nonthe Trolley. profits to carry out an outreach program to the community. She said, At the conclusion of last “this year the tours will provide a full day of shopping and includes year’s tours, Ms. Fiorenza said “the trolley tours have made a very lunch. Tickets for boarding the trolley and lunch are $35.” positive impact on shops that are involved because we discuss the The main schedule for the balance of the season is as follows: shops during travel time on the tour and people begin to understand Wednesday, November 11; Wednesday, December 17; Thursday, what they do and how they are involved as a non-profit in giving January 15 2015; Friday, February 15; Tuesday, March 10; and back to the community.” Each of the shops benefit a charitable Wednesday, March 25. There will be a north tour and a south tour organization. For example, the Jupiter Medical Thrift Shop supports different months. the activities and involvements of the Jupiter Hospital Auxiliary, There will be a special holiday trolley evening tour from 4-9 pm on which in turn finances many projects for the medical center. For more information and for tickets to the trolley tour, contact Melissa December 4. On this tour, five shops will be visited and each will at The Jupiter Medical Center Thrift Shop at (561-746-1601 have available food and drinks. 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Best of the Beaches When you shop local it greatly benefits our community and the quality of entertainment, arts, foods, and services that are offered to our children and families. When you shop local more money stays in our community to contribute to the local economy, local charities and develop programs for our area families. 3. Through The Beaches' Citizen Card program, members can reach the general public with specials that they create. 4. The Beaches helps businesses get the word out on Facebook, and our website to bring customers through the door. 5. Increase member's business website's SEO by registering information on our website and linking their website to our Facebook page. 6. Gain support and advice from other like minded small business professionals and entrepreneurs. The Beaches SBI offers some great benefits to help you grow If you would like more information about The Beaches, your business. check us out at www.thebeachessbi.org. Start now by paying a visit to some of our members, find a list at Do you know how to get the most out of a Beaches SBI www.thebeachessbi.org. membership? Here are some of the great opportunities our members enjoy: To The Beaches Members: we look forward to seeing you all 1. The opportunity to win a free 1/4 page in the Beacon on November 3rd (member's only networking) from 8:00magazine when members attend The Beaches monthly 10:00am for some coffee at Oceana Coffee in Midtown 4885 networking meeting. Congrats to this month's winner, Denine PGA Blvd. Ward of Denine Ward Accounting, Jupiter. Join us today in Thinking Local! Let's shift our thinking 2. Gain referrals from the relationships they build with fellow today and look for ways to keep our dollars in our local Beaches members. community. www.TheBeaconMagazine.com • October 2014 Page 13 205 Center Street, Jupiter 33458 Massage...Clinically Speaking by Tory Hawkes, B. S. CMT (MA37755) • (MM12956), owner of Fassage, Jupiter Skeletal Muscle Pump and the Heart.... Are We Misinterpreting Our Leg Pain? How many times have you felt heaviness in your legs and assumed it came from the workout at the gym? How many times have you gotten out of bed in the morning and your legs and feet hurt? Perhaps they hurt from the weight of the sheets during the night as well. What about pain or tingling in the feet or toes? Where is that coming from? My legs get so tired when I climb the stairs. I need to exercise. Why are my legs so cold all the time and why do I get cramps in my legs at night? Perhaps I need to wear socks. Maybe I need the magnesium or calcium that my neighbor uses. My legs feel numb when I sleep. I must be sleeping wrong. Gosh, my toe nails are so thick. It must be hereditary. I ate too much salt in my food last night, that’s why my legs are now swollen. Darn! I can’t even fit into my shoes! My legs and feet are so pale. I must not be getting enough sun. My diet must be working because my leg muscles seem to have less mass. Have you ever wondered if something else is going on with your legs and feet? Are we misinterpreting our leg pain? Maybe the doctor does not know what the symptoms are presenting. That seems to be common these days. Let’s discuss the Skeletal-Muscle Pump and take charge of our own health. “I had several years of severe foot cramps and high blood pressure. I tried exercising and several different brands of high blood pressure medications. Everything I tried just did not seem to be working. Every time I went to the doctor to solve the problem all he ever did was raise my dosage of blood pressure medication. Finally I decided that there had to be an alternative to this problem. I felt there had to be a more natural way to deal with this dilemma. A couple of years ago I began to learn about massage therapy and the inner workings of the body and how it responds to touch. I started going to Fassage several times a week. At that time my blood pressure kept going up and down anywhere from 140/80 to 160/80. After each session I began to notice that my blood pressure began to level itself out. It started to be more consistent and stayed at 120/80 to 125/80. I cannot believe how much I learned in regards to the connections of the legs and circulation to high blood pressure. I definitely believe that this is without a doubt an alternative to taking medications which only brings on more physical problems. I feel that this is definitely a more intelligent and safer way to deal with problems that plague so many people. I am so grateful for learning about the health benefits of massage.” Thank you, John M Yes, massage surely has a place in the treatment of medical issues. It should be on every ones calendar every month no matter what age. Call it “My Own Health Plan for Prevention”. The Skeletal Muscle Pump refers to certain muscles that create a spring effect propelling the blood flow upward to the heart when we stand up. The architectural choice of muscle fiber shape and muscle fiber properties chosen by the Creator are brilliant in the design of the “calf muscles in the lower leg “, the Gastrocnemius and the Soleus muscles. These muscles are the tools the body will use to pump the venous blood upward. They play the role of “compression stockings” wrapping around the entire upper and lower leg much like a Christmas ribbon on a lamp post… ending at the Femoral artery at the hip. The gear that starts the car moving is plantar flexion of the heel…toes down when we walk. The Soleus muscle is the primary muscle for plantar- flexion. It is called “The Second Heart”. Restriction of planter flexion at the ankle joint is the beginning of Venous Insufficiency or Peripheral Artery Disease. Treating the Gastrocnemius muscle and Soleus muscle is a must for anyone who has the symptoms mentioned at the beginning of this article. To be continued in December issue….Tory Hawkes, Clinical Massage Therapist MA37755 • Reiki • Reflexology • CranioSacral Therapy • Myoskeletal Alignment A Clinical Massage Establishment And the Study of Stress Patterns Within the Body The Alhambra 725 N. A1A, C114 Jupiter, FL 33477 Cell • Manual Lymphatic Drainage • Massage Therapy • Raindrop Therapy • Home Visits for the Bedridden 561.714.1749 www.fassage.net Tory Hawkes B.S. CMT • MA37755 • MM12956 [email protected] Office: 561.575.2855 Fax: 561.575.4600 Page 16 The Beacon • 252-0914 • October 2014 Fishing Forecast Quality New and Used Furnishings & Accessories Sizzling Summer Savings! 20% OFF ALL MERCHANDISE • Attractive Pictures • Bedroom Sets •Dining Room Sets • Living Rooms • Lamps • Recliners • Mattresses A Whole Store Covered with Discounted Furniture and Accessories -- Come See and SAVE! 161 N. U. S. Highway One, Tequesta (561) 575-7107 by Ray Lorenzo, owner Stingray Fishing Outfitters, Jupiter It’s November and the start of our Sailfish season is upon us. We are looking forward to the arrival of our world class target species. Word is their southern migration is well under way and as of the end of October the leading packs have reached Jupiter. Look for baitfish schools along current rips and color changes for signs of the presence of the Sails. Fish live bait under kites or on the bump troll around the bait schools. You can slow troll ballyhoo (fished either naked or skirted) or small split tail mullet. Keep watching for the sails or tails as the Sailfish ball up the bait schools to feed. Be ready to react as Sails are pack hunters so multiple hook ups are common, always be prepared. Fish with bait or sight fish with lures for Snook and Tarpon along the beach as they feed on bait there. The Snook and Tarpon bite continues to be good in the inlets during the stronger tidal flows. Fish the rivers and estuaries looking for depth changes. The predators wait in the deeper water to ambush bait fish as they cross back into the presumed security of deeper water. At night fish under lighted docks for Snook. Use live bait or soft plastics at the edge of the lights. Remember the regulations and use sound conservation practices in all waters. The reefs provide really good Gag Grouper fishing in November. Drift live bait or drift sardines or squid along the ledges or fish the wrecks where they hang out. Try using high speed jigs for some outstanding fun. There are also some Goliath Grouper to be tangled with but remember they are protected and must be released unharmed. Lake O is always an option. The water is cooling down so the fishing will be more consistent. If you are going for the first time this season remember you must have a fresh water license. Practice good conservation wherever you fish. Reports from the Northern Bahamas indicate the Wahoo run has started early this year. Consistent catches are being reported out of Grand Cay. This bodes well for the rest of the Islands as the season progresses. Watch the weather when you cross and keep your boat seaworthy. It is a good idea to leave a float plan with someone at home and check in with them when you get there. Do the same on your way home. Let’s all be safe out there and let’s all practice good conservation. The Beacon • 252-0914 • October 2014 Page 18 The REJUVENATOR Edison Kiela, owner/operator of Iceland Cryo, Tequesta What to wear in the Cryosauna is rather simple. Whole Body Cryotherapy works best when the skin of the body core (between your waist and neck) is exposed to the ultra-low temperatures. That means you are pretty much in your birthday suit. For men, cotton underwear boxers or briefs. For women, no underwire bras. You may wear a sports bra with no metal on it, and your underwear. We will provide you with: Socks, Boots, Gloves, A wraparound Velcro towel and Leg warmers For your first session we want you to be comfortable and just get used to the cold experience. Upon subsequent sessions the women can move their towel down to their waste and men can take the towel completely off. On your first visit, we will take your blood pressure reading. If you have Systolic of over 160, sorry your pressure is too high to participate. You will also fill out the client consent form. Please review it in detail since it lists the significant contraindications for using the Cryosauna. For convenience, a copy of this form is available on our website: www.icelandcryo.com. You may read it at your leisure, fill it out, sign and initial where requested, and bring it with you. Your first Cryo session will be for 2 minutes at minus 220 Fahrenheit, followed by a brief rest of several minutes, and then a second session of 1 to 2 minutes depending on your desire. The amount of time for subsequent session will be increased to 2 minutes 20 seconds, then 2 minutes 40 seconds, culminating at 3 minutes. Our pricing plan comes in SINGLE and DOUBLE Session packages to give our clients a choice. The most popular plan is the Double 20 Session Package. All our multi session plans allow a couple to share the session plan if they so desire. Ideally, the client should try to take 3 sessions per week every other day for 3 weeks. Take a 2 week break to allow the body to catch up to the therapy, followed by another 3 weeks of every other day. Once your session is completed, you get dressed. There is no need for any showers since you are completely dry during the procedure. There are no restrictions on what you usually do following a Cryo session. You may go home and relax or go back to the gym or golf or bike. There are no collateral negative effects following Cryotherapy. If you have any questions or concerns, please call for clarification or information. Iceland Cryo is the first and only Whole Body Cryotherapy office in Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast. We are located at the County Line Plaza in Tequesta. For additional information, please email me at: [email protected] Or call (561) 315-3434. Yours for good health, Edison Kiela, Iceland Cryo, Owner/Operator NEWLY RENOVATED BREATHTAKING GEM... INTRACOASTAL VIEWS ...OLD FLORIDA WITH A The New Frontier Is Here Minus 220 degrees for 2 to 3 minutes REJUVENATE, HEAL and REVITALIZE Your Mind and Your Body Edison Kiela, Owner/Operator (561) 315-3434 MODERN TWIST OFFERING A STRESS FREE LOCAL GETAWAY RIGHT HERE IN PARADISE CALL US DIRECT FOR OUR 'LOCAL' DISCOUNT! ting mond Ra ved 3 Diat Inn has been ro p p A n lub AAA aterfro Auto C W Jupiter d by the AAA lers and e e endors ealing to trav ality of as app d for its qu omfort. signifie nd level of c us, igio ies a amenit rating is prest or. n o h The e ug and a h FEATURING: • 240' Fishing Pier • Outdoor Pool & Hot Tub • 42" Flat Screen Plasma TVs, Every Room • In-Room Jacuzzis • Refrigerators • Wi-Fi * Free Continental Breakfast Daily • Balcony/Patio Waterfront views (561) 747-9085 Fax: (561) 575-3374 18903 S.E. Federal Highway • Tequesta, FL 33469 www.jupiterwaterfrontinn.com www.TheBeaconMagazine.com • October 2014 Page 19 Limo Service Introduces the All Purpose “Turtle Bus” This Company Offers Transportation Opportunities to Serve Individuals, Large Groups and Social Outings JUPITER -- David Schott could be described an an entrepreneur, although he is more widely known for his limousine company known as David’s Limousine Service. This longtime company recently expanded its transportation options by introducing the new “Turtle Bus.” A Jupiter native, Schott is keyed in on everything local. The “Turtle Bus” is named for the famous Loggerhead Turtles that frequent our shores and often are the subject of injury, for which the Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach comes to the turtle’s aid. Schott said, “We picked our name because turtles come to Jupiter Beach every year to lay their eggs. They usually return to the place where they were born. We value the nature that surrounds us and celebrate the return of the turtles.” The bus is a 24 passenger vehicle which is available for shuttling people around. The “Turtle Bus” will offer routes between local restaurants and bars much of the time and is available for private events. The bus features television monitors ad a stereo system. The monitors will be used for fun videos, theme nights, special events, karaoke and dozens of other uses. There is also advertising on the bus, which helps keep the bus affordable for the hop on, hop off evenings out on the town. The bus is also available for weddings parties, bar mitzvahs, holiday or private parties, football games,girls night out, concerts, shopping sprees and just about anythng else one would need a shuttle bus for. Schott said, “My wife recently hopped on the bus with a friend after shopping TJ Maxx. They had a blast.” Schott said local businesses understand what the company is This is the soon-to-be famous “Turtle Bus,” the newest addition to David’s Limousine Service fleet. David Schott, owner of David’s Limousine Service stands by one of his new vehicles, a Cadillac. trying to do and how it can help them. “One of our advertisers is an amazing bakery,” he said. “She does wedding cakes, holiday pastries, cookies, breads, etc. She occasionally sends samples on the bus and those nights are especially fun.” David laughingly said, “We, of course, sample the product.” When the bus was first reserved during the month of October, it was quite busy. “We had two big events and everybody had a lot of fun. We were chartered for a rodeo and there was a Halloween Pub Crawl.” Those on the bus were in Halloween costume and had a lot of fun going from bar to bar and contest to contest. The “Turtle Bus” route includes two local luxury hotels. “Guests from the hotels who don’t have a car can still get to our area businesses,” David explained. “Those with a car may still prefer to leave the car behind and go for a nice dinner, followed by cocktails and leave the driving to use.” The Turtle Bus passes through the Jupiter Beach Resort and the Wyndham Grand Hotel at Harbourside Place, with stops at popular local restaurants on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 4 PM to 11 PM. The Turtle Bus is available for private outings during the day (seven days a week), as well as evening events from Friday through Monday. Drivers for all the limousine service vehicles are licensed and insured and all are friendly, courteous and professional. The “Turtle Bus” is a natural expansion of David’s Limousine Service which specializes in airport transportation, special event transportation and private charters. The company has a five vehicle fleet including a standard limousine. an SUV, a Cadillac Sedan, a 14 passenger golf cart and the new 24 passenger “Turtle Bus.” To learn more about the “Turtle Bus” go to www.turtlebus.us. For more information on the full services offered by David’s Limousine Service, visit www.davidslimo.com. To charter any of the company‘s vehicles available, call (561) 747-0900. The Beacon • 252-0914 • October 2014 Page 20 he ASK TPROFESSOR by James L. Casale, Ph.D., adjunct professor at P. B. State College, parent advocate, author, speaker and consultant at Casale Consulting To spank or not to spank seems to be the question. (Part One) The recent incident involving an NFL player’s interpretation of how to discipline his son has placed corporal punishment front and center. News reports, panel discussions, editorials and articles have become part of the information overload the American public have become used to when a celebrity athlete violates the law. Leonard Pitts, editorializing in the Palm Beach Post(“Spanking your kid isn’t necessarily child abuse”) opines that he has no problem with spanking and was on the receiving end of more than a few from a mother he adores and describes as ,” the best mother in the history of mothering.” I too was occasionally spanked and once was chased down the hallway of our home with a broomstick that never actually landed on my backside but scared the freckles off my face. I always adored and respected the deliverer of my consequences, my hero, my mom. A Columbia University study, reported in the Palm Beach Post, reveals that 57% of moms and 40% of dads have spanked their three year olds and about the same percentage spanked their five year olds. Adrian Petersen, a member of the Minnesota Vikings football team, decided that the best way to discipline his four year old son was to hit him with a switch, which is a thin tree branch used for whipping. He was indicted for child abuse and suspended from his team. In the same report, it is noted that only 31 of 50 states have banned corporal punishment in public schools. Most of those states are in the North and West. Is it a Southern thing? Dr. Robert Epstein, a research psychologist thinks so. The question people are pondering is not whether the punishment was abusive or over the line, it was, but whether any form of a physical consequence is acceptable as a measure of disciplining your child. But experts differ in their opinions. Some are totally against any form of physical consequences; others condone physical consequences as long a child is not injured physically or emotionally. Does a slap on the hand when a child nears an outdoor grill or a hot stove constitute abuse? Should a swat on the behind when a child runs into the street also be labeled as abusive? Or are these acceptable consequences for a young child who endangers himself? Answers vary. 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STARTING AT $319,900 308 Tequesta Drive, Suite 10 • Tequesta, FL 33469 VANDER WAAL REALTY (561) 743-0572 Page 22 The Beacon • 252-0914 • October 2014 The Italians are Coming Nov. 7-9 to Abacoa Town Center Franco Corso (Sat | Nov 8 | 5:30pm and Sun | Nov 9 | 4:30pm) – The Feast of Little Italy will Offer Three Days of Food, Recognized as the Music, Wine, Art, Culture and Plenty of Family Fun “Voice of Romance,” JUPITER -- The annual Feast of Little Italy, now in its this Italian singer, twelfth year, and presented by Arrigo Fiat, returns to the from Ventimiglia, Abacoa Town Center in Jupiter, November 7, 8 and 9th. This Italy, is a favorite of celebration of the very best of Italian culture draws thousands the ladies. of visitors who will enjoy over 150 booths featuring Sal Richards (Sun. RAY MASSA’S EURORHYTHMS everything from traditional Italian food to jewelry and home Nov 9 at 6pm) – Will be the live music stars at the furnishings. This year there will also be over 15 large Dubbed “One of the Friday, Nov. 7 Feast, starting at 8 pm. amusement rides and games and the Little Smiles Kids Zone. funniest guys in Over the last decade, the Feast has drawn attention to showbiz,” by New York’s Daily News, Richards, an actor, various local and national, nonprofit organizations and also comedian and singer, delights audiences with his contributed over $100,000 in direct and in-kind donations to characterizations of famous singers. these charities. The Feast's Official charity is Little Smiles, a CELEBRITIES AND VIPs volunteer-driven, non-profit that provides assistance to kids in local hospitals, hospices, shelters and similar facilities. Sal Richards – Event Grand Marshall This year, for the first time, Galbani Cheese, Golden Cannoli Shells Company and the Feast will make an official attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest cannoli ever made. According to Guinness, the largest to-date in the world weighed in at 123 pounds and the Feast will be looking to exceed that in weight and length. Festivities run all day and begin when the gate opens. Following are some of this year’s highlights. MUSICAL PERFORMANCES Ray Massa’s Eurorhythms (Fri. Nov 7 at 8pm) –Nationally recognized, popular, eight man Italian and Italian American variety band playing traditional Italian favorites, like the Tarantella, and pop culture hits. Gary Puckett & The Union Gap (Sat | Gary Puckett & the Union Gap Nov 8 | 8pm) - One will headline the entertainent Saturday, Nov. 8, at 8 pm. of the most successful musical groups of the sixties with such hits as, “Young Girl” and “Woman Woman.” Kevin Rolston, Virginia Sinicki and Jason Pennington from WMRF’s “Kevin, Virginia and Jason Show” Jennifer Ross from Sunny 107.9FM The Galbani Celebrity Cheese Building on Sunday, Nov. 9, 1:00 pm, is expected to be a big draw as celebrities from local TV, radio and other sources will compete in stacking string cheese to benefit their charities of choice. OTHER FOOD & WINE/DEMOS/CONTESTS Costello’s Pizza Eating Contest (Sat Nov 8, | 2:30pm) World’s Largest Cannoli/Guiness World Record Attempt with Galbani Cheese (Sun Nov 9, noon) Costello’s Lasagna Eating Contest (Sun Nov 9, | 2:30pm) Galbani La Cuccina Italiana -Celebrity Chef, Marco Sciortino from the hit TV show "Come Dine With Me" will be demonstrating his classics all weekend. ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN COPA/Youth Italian Dance Tour (Sat Nov ;8, |-3pm and Sun Nov 9 |-3:30pm) – Youth perform traditional Italian dances. Kid’s Galbani Cheese Building Contest (Sat Nov 8, | 1:30pm) Little Smiles Kids Zone- Face Painting, games and fun - All three days The Feast always provides a not-to-be-forgotten, three-day immersion with the nation’s best performers and purveyors of The Beacon • 252-0914 • October 2014 Page 24 PRIVATE EYES OPTICAL “Where the doctor examines your eyes from start to finish... Most Insurances Accepted Now accepting Care Credit 561-746-5088 Private “Eye-deas” By Dr. Laurie S. McConnell of Private Eyes Optical (In Village Sq. Shopping Plaza near Blockbuster) Pool Cleaning & More Blue Over Your Pool? Call the EXPERT...Cory Bowman LOCAL RESIDENTS SPECIAL: $49 month (chemicals only) – Full Service Available – 561-262-7786 • Durable Material • Practical Features • Affordable Prices • Beautiful Results Just a Day Away We Do Kitchens Too! 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The stories of the patients there are so inspiring. The way that the nurses administer chemo is so interesting....everyone is in the same room as they are hooked up to IV's or as they receive shots. It forms a most endearing support group as the same people are present day after day. Those who are receiving radiation are also having symptoms from that (usually fatigue and some GI upset depending on the site of radiation). The nurses/technicians that actually hook up the IV's are in the positions of true angels....as they continually manage the symptoms and challenges that arise from such difficult treatment. The patients and their caregivers are on the journey together...and wellness and hope abound. I felt honored to be among the patients there and formed alliances that are simply indescribable. On a lighter note, cancer is not for sissies! A special thank you to beautiful "Mama Colette" who held down the fort as I went in to my first treatments. We are so lucky to have a local optician who truly cares for her patients. She went full time until Kim S. was able to come back from Utah. Thank you also to Kim S. for coming in and really organizing the optical. Many patients were happily surprised to see Kim S. was back! We are so happy to have such a wonderful team to serve you here at Private Eyes. Please let us know if there is anything we can do for you...we have access to most brands if you are looking for something specific. I hope you are gearing up for the Thanksgiving holiday. Give extra hugs to your elders. Love those little ones and teach them to have grateful hearts. Enjoy. and we look forward to seeing you soon. www.TheBeaconMagazine.com • October 2014 Transitional Move for AC Company Proves Beneficial This Longtime Air Conditioning Company Expands Services. Adds Brands and Becomes More Efficient TEQUESTA -- A move in May to a County Line Plaza location has allowed Jupiter/Tequesta Air Conditioning to bring all of its services under one roof, This 31-year old company not only offers air conditioning and heating service and sales, but is now involved in plumbing, electrical and pool heating. Matthew Kuntz, vice president, has continued to uphold the quality of service and dependability his father, Rick, instituted more than three decades ago. Part of the tradition is in training as Matthew explained to The Beacon: “Our team is dedicated to making sure we are fully trained on the latest issues we are faced with in the industry, so we provide over 104 hours of training each year.” The training consists of regular classes at the company headquarters, 582 U. S. Highway One (County Line Matt Kuntz, vice president of Plaza). Jupiter and Tequesta Air With a fleet of 30 Conditioning and Heating, trucks, the company is Incorporated is shown in the company’s new showroom at County able to serve a broad area from one location. Line Plaza. Residential and Commercial clients are served from Ft. Pierce to Boca Raton. All 54 employees are licensed and experienced, and are able to serve customers 24/7, if necessary. By combining all services into one facility, the Jupiter/Tequesta concept has been solidified. Much of the business the company has enjoyed through the years can be attributed to shrewd marketing strategies. For instance, Kuntz says, “Our branding is our face.” With so many trucks driving the streets and neighborhoods daily, the vehicles have been artfully wrapped with identifying “caricatures” of Matt Branding is key for Juiter/Tequesta and his father, who is AC as this truck, one of 30 in the fondly known as “AC company fleet, would suggest. Rick.” Also, most of the trucks offer matterof-fact information pertinate to the various services the company offers. Also, in their advertising, the company is direct and to the point, frequently offering discounts on some services and seasonal specials. Such is the case in the Jupiter/Tequesta AC Page 25 full page ad in this issue of The Beacon. Several valuable specials are available. See page 4. The main brands available through Jupiter/Tequesta AC include Maytag, Lenox and Daikin, but other brands can be Main brands carried by arranged. However, Jupiter/Tequesta AC are on display Matt feels the main in their new showroom at 582 U. S. brands are among the Highway One. best in the industry. The company has offered air conditioning from the beginning. Plumbing was added five years ago and electrical about two months ago. With all the services and the large fleet, Lisa Barrea, accounts payable manger (the first person customers see when entrancing the office), said “we needed more space. With the new location, we have open bays at the rear allowing for easy transfer of equipment, AC units and parts. There is also more parking.” In addition, the company now has greater visibility being in County Line Plaza. Lisa said the standard service fee is $89. There are also annual maintenance packages for tune ups Another quality service job being with several plans performed by experienced and ranging from $155.40 licensed employees at per year to $359.40 Jupiter/Tequesta AC. per year. Maintenance plans for plumbing and electrical are also available. Although Jupiter/Tequesta is primarily an AC, heating, plumbing and electrical contractor they do offer other services such as air quality, duct work, water heaters and sewer and drain work.. As s statement regarding the company’s core values states on their website: “Home or business comfort is the only reason we exist as an organization, and we have made a company-wide commitment to do it better and more efficiently than any other company in the area we serve. At Jupiter/Tequesta Air Conditioning and Heating Incorporated, we understand that 100% customer satisfaction is the purpose of our work not a by-product.” That statement pretty much reflects the thoughts of Kuntz, who said, “We offer same day service seven days a week for 365 days a year, keeping that promise to our clients for over 31 years. Our goals for the future are to provide clients and future clients with the best customer experiences they have ever had.” For more information on this company, call 747-5740, or go to: www.Jupiter-Tequesta.com. www.TheBeaconMagazine.com • October 2014 ® The Comfort Keeper “Comforting Solutions for In-home Care”® By Paul Cain, Ph.D Aging in Place By 2030, the older population (65+) is projected to be twice as large as their counterparts in the year 2000. Their numbers are expected to grow by more than 100 percent from 35 to 72 million. The oldest among us, the elderly aged 85 years and up, are forecast to grow from the 5.5 million counted in 2010 to some 19 million by 2050. (AgingStats.com) Forecasts and graphs capture and illustrate the quantitative impact which, as we all realize, the aging "Baby Boomers" will have upon our society. We can see the differences with numerical predictability. We can be sure that things will be different than they are today. What isn't so clear is how things will be different, nor how different they will be. The quality of life considerations escape the reach of statistics. It is one thing to age and to live longer than ever before. It is quite another, however, to age well and to enjoy the independence of staying active, the comforts of familiar surroundings, the pleasures of social Page 33 interaction and the well-being that goes along with leading a life of quality. Many feel that denying and avoiding the need of assistance is the measure of independence and dignity while aging. The truth, however, is just the other way around. By preparing to 'age in place', by bringing in help as needed and by taking preventive measures to steer clear of the typical influences of less-than-optimal nutrition and even the effects of dehydration, the senior seeking a life of quality is well served with a little encouragement and hands-on help along the way. The greatest pleasures which our staff at Comfort Keepers enjoy derive from seeing our clients thrive as they get older. Once the stigma which many elderly people associate with seeking help is left behind, the support system needed to ensure the continuation of life's positive experiences can be put in place. The benefits speak for themselves. Just ask a senior who has planned ahead! Paul Cain, Ph.D. is the Owner of ‘Comfort Keepers’ of the Northern Palm Beaches and the Treasure Coast. The company provides Caregivers who - as screened, insured, bonded and trained employees - serve as Homemaker/Companions or Home Health Aids, as client needs require. Dr. Cain can be reached at the ‘Comfort Keepers’ office - 561-694-1950 for further information. ! ! " % " "" " " & $#' $## The Beacon • 252-0914 • October 2014 Page 34 Enjoy a Great Start to the Season $2.00 offf Any 200ml Bottle of Extra Virgin Olive Oil Shipping Available Limit 2 per Cust s omer - Exxpires 12-31-14 Coupon does not app pply to Gourrmet Oiils 561-203-2738 711 W. Indiantown Rd. B-3, Jupiter, FL 33458 1/4 mile west of Military Trail on the nortth side in: Jupiter Town Center Plaza www.OliveOilExchange.com & Compounding Dan and Liz Brumer, RPh. WE CAN MEET YOUR NEEDS: • Compounding Medications made here just for you • Compression Hosiery • Wheelchairs • Walkers • Canes Come in - Check Out Our New Fun Line of Costume Jewelry Ask Our Pharmacist About Special Pricing for Cialis and Viagra One Main St. Tequesta, FL Mon.- Fri. 9am-7pm Sat. 10am-4pm Sun. 10am-2pm 741-8222 Se Habla Español Family Owned & Operated, There is a difference! Healthful Hints by Dan & Liz Brumer, R. Phs. of Tequesta Drugs A Diversity of Diabetes Pills If you or someone you love has diabetes, you know how important it is to manage it well. What happens if you don’t? You’re at risk for serious complications that can affect your heart, kidneys, eyes, and nerves—to name a few. Some people can manage diabetes with meal planning, weight loss, and exercise alone. Others also need medication. Pills to lower blood sugar levels are one type of drug used to treat diabetes. Can diabetes pills help you? Not if you have type 1 diabetes. Do you have type 2 diabetes? Then, you’re more likely to benefit if you’ve had diabetes for less than 10 years and your body still makes insulin. That’s the hormone that regulates sugar levels in your blood. There is more than one type of diabetes pill, and the FDA has approved several new ones in the recent past. Sometimes combining more than one type is the best solution. Or, your doctor may prescribe pills plus insulin. There are many classes of diabetes pills. They help you control your diabetes in different ways. These drugs may do one or more of these things: · Stimulate the pancreas to release more insulin · Decrease the amount of sugar the liver produces · Make muscle tissue more sensitive to insulin · Lower blood sugar, but only when it gets too high in your body · Help the kidneys get rid of extra sugar, which lowers levels in your blood · Block the breakdown of starches such as pasta and potatoes, and slow the breakdown of certain sugars, which slows the rise of sugar levels after eating · Both lower cholesterol and reduce blood sugar Isn’t it amazing how many different ways these drugs work? If one doesn’t work well for you or if it stops working, another may be more successful. That’s because doctors and scientists think that the cause of type 2 diabetes is not the same for all people with the disease. If your doctor has prescribed one of these drugs, we can provide you with more information. To help avoid interactions with other drugs, print a list of all your medications, both prescription and over the counter and bring the list when you come talk to us. We can answer other questions you might have about your medication, such as: Are there special instructions for this medication? Do I need to take the medicine with meals or at certain times of day? Should I avoid taking this medication with any foods, vitamins, or supplements? What are the most common short-term and long-term effects of this drug? As you can see, the arsenal for fighting diabetes just keeps growing – and we haven’t even touched on new injectable and inhaled medications. Let’s save that for another day! Remember that we are “the Pharmacy with a Heart” and that we are Here for You !!! One Main Street, Tequesta - just off U. S. One and Tequesta Drive behind Bank of America. Call 741-8222. www.TheBeaconMagazine.com • October 2014 Better Business Relationships by Arlene Alpert, MS, LMHC Licensed Psychotherapist & Relationships Specialist How to Maintain The Fountain of Self-Renewal In Our Current Environment of High Stress, Pressures and Distractions I have always believed that “life works best from the inside out.” What this means to me is that I pay attention first to how my body feels and then to what I am thinking about. This attention to my inner world serves me well. When we devote our attention to our inner self, as well as our outer world we can minimize the stresses that are all around us. For our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being, it is vital to keep a positive connection with yourself and, if possible, with those that you work, live and socialize with. For many who keep their well-being as a high priority, it is their "self-awareness” that is the key to maintaining a low-stress profile. Having self-awareness keeps us in touch with our mental, emotional and spiritual health. We can do that when we accept ourselves warts and all. It strengthens our ability to handle well the "slings and arrows of outrageous fortune" -- as Shakespeare put it so well. With knowing yourself in a deeper way, you enhance your self-image and generate a new calmness, greater confidence and a strong sense of inner security. Through self-awareness, we make the discovery that we can move beyond whatever self-imposed limitations we have made a habit, and Page 35 replace them with feelings of excitement and serenity. A super-plus is that relationships become much more satisfying and productive. Developing self-awareness increases self-direction, productivity and satisfaction. We stop feeling stuck or blocked. Any feelings of not being “good enough” diminish. The work of self-awareness has a tremendous impact on our sense of aliveness. Many things change with as we gain inner strength. A number of my clients were able to increase their self-awareness and well-being in a "Self-Renewal Intensive" where they learned innovative methods to communicate, problem-solve, adapt to change, meet their needs and become more creative and successful. In the process they created a personal "Wish List" that eventually became a reality in their lives and thus gave them the support they needed to make their own selfcare a priority and a habit. A Sample Wish List: Enjoy Incredible Relationships, Take Time For Star-Gazing, Feel Successful, Not Take Things Personally, Act Assertively, Manage Time More Effectively, Solve Problems Creatively, Stay On Top Of Things, Stop Procrastinating, Connect To My Inner Wise Person, Feel More Confident, Make Life Balance A Priority, Care For Self/Care For Others, Why not make Your Wish List a reality today! Arlene Alpert, MS, LMHC is a Licensed Psychotherapist and a Specialist in Communication and Relationships. Her private practice spans over 35 years. 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Page 38 The Beacon • 252-0914 • October 2014 Local Urgent Care Relocates to Tequesta’s Village Square This Facility is a Full Service, Walk-In System that Offers Fast Comprehensive Medical Care for Families TEQUESTA -- Tequesta Urgent Care has relocated to Village Square, 225 S. U. S. Highway One, effective in September. Formerly Tequesta Urgent Care, the walk-in medical care facility for families was acquired by the Helix corporation in 2011. Helix was founded in 2008 and dedicated itself to fast, comprehensive medical care. John D’Amore, Marketing Director for Helix, said “The company was founded by doctors Today, there are two owners, one an MD, and the other a health care professional.” He explained that Helix has five locations. Three are know as Helix Urgent Care - in Deerfield Beach, Lake Worth and Tequesta. Two are located in Stuart and are known as Medstat. Helix Urgent Helix celebrated its grand opening a Care handles few weeks ago with a ribbon cutting everything from ceremony. colds to lacerations to broken bones to woundcare and lab testing. Services here also include Worker’s Compensation injury care, Occupational Health Services, PCP and Specialist referral coordination plus much more. Further, the urgent care facility will respond to large company requests to plan special in-company employee flu shots and other vaccinations. The new facility occupies 3500-square-feet of space, which is slightly smaller than the old location, only it has a better floor plan which allows for more efficiency. The location offers a new, fresh look in very comfortable surroundings. The decor is a subtle beach theme which provides a serene setting. Offices are well laid out. From a triage consultation room, a patient can then move smoothly to the appropriate health care professional. There is always at least one doctor and two nurse practitioners available during regular hours. The facility is open seven days a week: MondayFriday, 8am-7pm; Saturday, 8am4pm and Sunday from 9am-3pm. Trish Kransankas, manager since 2011, keeps the When you see this sign in Village Square, on office flow going and generally U. S. Highway One, you’ll know that you’ve oversees the staff arrived at Helix Urgent Care. of knowledgeable, experienced and friendly health care professionals. Helix Medical Centers mission is to offer a complete stressfree experience, This is the lab testing office at Helix from the initial Urgent Care. The facility can do most visit to the blood work on premises. insurance and billing process. For that reason, the medical centers accept most major medical insurance. Helix has just introduced an I-Pad (tablet style) check in system that works very well. The process of verifying patient insurance and other data make the check in easier and up front. Should a patient wish to have an appointment, it can be made on the company website: www.helixcares.com. However, all a person needs to do is walk-in. Wait time is usually not more than 20-30 minutes. One can also sign up for the urgent care newsletter online and complete various surveys. Helix has started something new - they are on the air and in the community. and now partner with the CW of West Palm Beach to bring high school football telecasts to Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast. Their staff is going into the schools talking to parents and students alike, giving away prizes, and enjoying the competition. Helix has been certified by the Urgent Care Association of The Helix staff is shown in the main America and office at the urgent care facility. From left their physicians (back row) are D’Amore, Ms. are certified Kransankas, Kia Jadusimgh and Nikki through the Florida Division Wacht. In front are Stepanie Masiak (left) and Melanie Bailey. of Workers Compensation, offering a full range of occupational medical services to area employers. The staff is trained in Work Compensation injury treatment, offering an alternative to emergency room long waits. “The company is pleased with its new location,” D’Amore said, “and is enjoying the greater visibility and convenience of being on U. S. Highway One. He said “we’ve been blessed with repeat patients and have noticed many new faces since moving.” To learn more about Helix Urgent Care, go to: www.helixcares.com, or call the Tequesta office at (561) 747-4464. The Beacon • 252-0914 • October 2014 Page 40 Steppin’ Out by Bee Bee WOW! It’s hard to believe November is here already. But, with the “Turkey Month” upon us, there are lots of happenings out there in our dining and entertainment scene and more to come. The latest scoop is that professional golfer Tiger Woods is going to open a sports restaurant in Harbourside Place. That should be a draw. Can’t wait. He is going to call it The Woods Jupiter: Sports and Dining Club. The restaurant is expected to open sometime in 2015 and will occupy approximately 5,000-square-feet. In a press release, the golfer said, “I wanted to build it locally where I live and where it could support the community.” Meanwhile, with a soft opening of this huge commercial and event plaza in October, other dining and entertainment spots have opened as well as boutiques and other businesses. The official grand opening will be in December, according to the developers, Allied Capital and Development of South Florida. Here’s another late scoop – a group has taken over the former Alberto’s Italian Restaurant in Tequesta’s County Line Plaza and will be opening Legendary Sports Bar & Grill soon. There will be a full menu with lots of appetizers, sandwiches, wraps, salads, entrees and specialties. It will offer numerous TVs for watching your favorite sports. There will be pizza available, too. We’ll have more on this place later. Scoop Number three; the former Sharky’s Bar & Grill just west of the railroad tracks on Indiantown Road is receiving a major make over. The operator of the new Old Florida Bar & Grill is Bob Gregory (the original Duffy’s owner), who has owned and operated the Riviera Beach Marina Tiki Bar for a number of years. The tiki bar closed to make way for a major development there. Gregory says he will still be at the marina, as he plans to open another waterfront restaurant when the development is completed in a couple of years. Meanwhile, Old Florida Bar & Grill is expected to open later in November. Basically it will be a seafood place, but offering several options. It’s going to be a good one, folks. We’ll have more on this place later. Here’s an even later scoop than the items addressed above. RJ’s Native Sun Café is moving to town from Jupiter Farms. The Mesquite BBQ restaurant will open in the former Cobblestone Café location in Tequesta’s County Line Plaza December 1st. RJ tells us the café will feature the same awardwinning BBQ as before. I’m telling you, folks, you’ve got to try this BBQ – beef ribs, pork ribs, brisket, tenderloin, pork chops - and I don’t know what all - are fantastic. They’ve even FEATURING THE BEST ENTERTAINMENT, COUNTY AND ROCK MUSIC ANYWHERE! Daily Food Specials Takeout Available $5.00 OFF Purchase of $25 or More With purchase of beverage. Not to be combined with any other coupon or daily specials. Expires 11/30/14 www.unclemicks.com COUNTRY MUSIC Featuring Football, Baseball & NASCAR on Three 10-foot TV Screens and 20 + Flat Screen TVs. Watch your Favorite Teams Here! Look for our Food and Drink Specials. Oct. 30-31 & Nov. 1, Wednesday Ladies Night 8 pm - Midnight The Persuaders Followed by Late Night Happy Hour Nov. 6-8, 12 am to Close Sucker Punch S Y WEDNESDA Line Dance Lessons Thursdays Nov. 13-15, Dave Thunder Road Nov. 5, DJ Don't Forget Happy Hour Nov. 20-22, ierra Band Nov. 12, S M-F, 3-7pm Cousins Alabama e 19, DJ Dav v. o N Two 4 - One Drinks, No bands ierra Band S , 6 2 v. closed Thanksgiving o Mon.-Sat, 11- am-3am N 55-cent Wings and More Rock Sunday noon-1am No Cover! Jupiter West Plaza (facing Central Blvd.) • 6671 W. Indiantown Rd. Always weekend specials 743-8330 www.TheBeaconMagazine.com • October 2014 StrumminA ’R O U N D by Jay Wolfe, proprietor of Wolfe Guitars, Jupiter I am really excited and honored that West Coast guitar great Robben Ford has just agreed to conduct a music workshop-clinic here in our Jupiter guitar shop December 13th. Many west coast artists rarely get over to our side, and Ford just happened to be recording in St. Pete the week prior, which allowed me to arrange this event. I have been a fan and admirer of Ford’s for several decades and counting. I believe his guitar style and skills are among the very best I’ve ever heard, AND, I love his singing and song writing. He exudes great taste, superb phrasing, soul and feel. His music is memorable for me, and not much is anymore. We have been privileged to host some amazing musicians in our Jupiter shop in the past, including such musical giants as Pat Martino, Jack Wilkins, Richard Gilewitz, Roy Rogers (No- NOT the cowboythe Blues legend)), Randy Johnston and others. In light of the stature of these men, I’m still over the moon that Robben Ford is going to teach and perform in my shop! Ford’s career is storied and vast, having toured with and recorded with so many greats, including - Joni Mitchell, Jimmy Witherspoon, Miles Davis, George Harrison, Phil Lesh, Bonnie Raitt, Michael McDonald, Bob Dylan, John Mayall, Greg Allman, John Scofield, Owner/Chef Arthur Rivaldo, originally from Columbia, was trained in French culinary art, too. Now, with the new Hog Snappers in North Palm Beach, the restaurant is even more popular than ever. People are converging on North Palm like wildfire. The restaurant there is much larger, but offers much of the same type foods as in Tequesta. The facility in North Palm is in the former Mondo location. Soon, there will be a third Hog Snappers in Stuart. Have you been to Krave in County Line Plaza, Tequesta, yet? This gourmet style restaurant produces exceptional foods from owner and chef, Michael Rolchilgo. The chef has just introduced new creative appetizers including Trader Horn Farm Organic Soufflé with prosciutto di Parma wrapped white asparagus on a toasted brioche, with hackleback caviar. That sounds like a mouthful – and it is. Also, there are some new entrees like blackened Caribbean Red Snapper, mustard green salad, caramelized onion hush puppies, Cajun aioli. Krave has a new dessert, too. Try the Pecan Tart with coconut and Belgian chocolate and full spiced whipped cream. The restaurant is open Tuesday through Saturday from 5-10 pm. Well, Bravo Cucina Italiana was the first business, in fact, the first restaurant to open in the new Harbourside Place development at U. S. Highway One & Indiantown Road, Jupiter. It is located at the extreme northeast end of the complex and overlooks the beautiful amphitheatre Page 45 Susan Tedeschi, Keb Mo, Larry Carlton, Mavis Staples, Brad Paisley, and many others. (See his online Discography for a more complete list). His recordings with his own group are my favorites and we listen to him often at the Wolfe household. Here are a few YouTube videos I can recommend, for those unfamiliar with this talented man: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VsY_h7CBbY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUOA_7tInfw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oRil3JBW35c The format for the clinic features approximately two hours of teaching, a short break, and then (drum roll please) Robben will perform/jam with a local rhythm section! I’m selecting the lucky players now and hope to have a top flight group standing by for Robben to perform with. We host this type of event as a community outreach vehicle and we do not benefit financially from them as the funds are for the artist. Our goal is to provide a venue for these great musicians to feel comfortable and welcome, and to lecture and teach local enthusiasts. Our in-store events have been well received by local musicians and music lovers. We are limiting this event to 30 very fortunate people. The cost is $100 in advance, and we sold 11 the first day we posted it on facebook. Guitar players in particular “love” this guy, and some that are attending are excellent musicians themselves. An experienced player can always glean a few nuggets from a musical giant like Ford, and this is a good enough reason to participate, however some are coming just to meet and hang with someone they admire so much. After all ya’ll......... “ROBBEN freakin’ FORD right here in Jupiter, at our humble guitar shop.........C’mon now, it doesn’t get much better than THAT! 2875 Jupiter Park Dr. #400, Jupiter, FL 33458 SELECTION • VALUE • SERVICE Largest Selection of NEW & USED Acoustics, Electrics, Basses, Ukuleles, Mandolins & More WE BUY GUITARS and other string Instruments Offering Expert Repairs and Set-Up 561-746-2209 www.wolfeguitars.com HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 10-6, Sat. 10-4 www.TheBeaconMagazine.com • October 2014 Page 47 Entertainment Spotlight Unique Singer/Guitarist is In Popular Demand Locally This New Hampshire-Inspired Performer Working Singer Island to Jupiter/Tequesta is Very Powerful JUPITER -- It is quite an adjustment to move from anywhere up north to Florida, but when you are a musician from New Hampshire looking to make performing a full time livelihood it is even more time consuming,stressful and usually an uphill battle. Reason? There are so many good musicians already here and competing for the various venus. But, guitarist and vocalist Joe Birch broke the barrier in just three short years. Birch is booked as a solo performer six nights a week, sometimes playing two engagements a day, something many musicians would envy. But, despite this marvel, Birch is a seasoned musician with considerable background performing with various groups in his native New Hampshire. Birch told The Beacon, “I started learning the guitar at age 10, and found I had a natural talent for the instrument. By the time I reached junior high school I began playing in different bands, as Joe Birch performs at Shipwreck Bar & well as all through Grille’s upstairs bar on Monday nights. high school.” He is virtually self taught, despite his early lessons. By the time he graduated from high school he was playing with many rock bands. It was only 10 years ago that Birch discovered he could sing. “I had been content to just play the guitar before, but finding I enjoyed singing I began to develop my own style and eventually hit the road as a solo performer. But, in New Hampshire the bookings were slow, so I worked a construction job up to the time I decided to move to Florida and give full time music a shot.” And, that he did, taking the local music scene by storm, reason being, he has a very unusual vocal style and a sharp, snappy guitar sound. We caught Joe playing the first time on a Monday night at Shipwreck Bar & Grill’s upstairs bar. His voice is deep, somewhat guttural, but powerful and on target. Some, he admits, have compared his voice to Bob Seger, but we found it is more unique and certainly Joe Birch. However, he can do a very good imitation of Seger. This performer has combined a mix of blues, soul, classic rock and today’s music into his repertoire and can easily do most any song requested, as he has more than 400 songs in his playlist. Joe explained, “I grew up listening to this kind of music and got my first guitar at age 10. My father saw how I took to it like a duck to water, so he took me to hear B.B. King at a Boston concert. I was so inspired it set me on a path to listen and learn from all the With the sun shining on Birch, a near blues and rock legends. ethereal glow. perhaps, brings out his soulful It’s funny how 30 years demeanor. later, I found myself in full circle headlining every week at B.B. King’s, City Place.” Joe finds the music opportunities in this area to be really vibrant. “I’m so pleased to be able to work all the time here and in so many different places. It was fortunate that I had come to this area several times on vacation and always thought it would be good to work into the music scene here.” His schedule finds him performing Monday nights at Shipwreck Bar & Grille, Tuesdays at the Marriott Hotel Time Share on Singer Island, Wednesdays at Angry Moon Cigar Bar, Fridays at Carmine’s Ocean Grill, Saturday afternoons at the Marriott Time Share, Sunday afternoons at Two Drunken Goats on Singer Island (with Dr. Jay) and some Sunday nights at Blue Lobster Grill at the Jupiter Pointe Marina (with Dr. Jay). He works on the pleasure cruise boat Majestic Princess many Sarturday nights. Despite his busy music schedule, Birch continues to look for other possible venus. One of the things audiences find fascinating about a Joe Birch performance is the feeling he puts into his songs. “I don’t always do a song like the original,” he said, “but, I try to put feeling into it with my Joe also performs on the Majestic own twist.” Birch’s guitar skills Princess cruise boat, which he say is are well honed and he feels he different, but very enoyable. has perfected his vocal style, although he is constantly working to improve. Attending a Birch performance is a real treat. His varied material, unusual vocal and guitar style and connection with the audience makes for good listening and a genuine toe-taping experience. To learn more about Birch, or to arrange a booking, call (561) 225-4656, or send him an email to: [email protected] www.TheBeaconMagazine.com • October 2014 Page 49 New Farm Fresh Food Store Available on Center Street This Store is Located at Dix Landscaping, Yet is a Separate Entity, Offering Locally Grown Fresh Foods JUPITER -- Alice Odaffer and her family had turned to organic foods nearly 20 years ago, so when the opportunity to take over a business to offer farm fresh foods became available, it was a natural things for her to do. She took over the former Terra Verde Farms location at 5800 Center Street and opened Alice’s Farm Fresh Foods in mid September. Before she started the business, Alice met with small local farmers to arrange obtaining these healthy foods, mostly organic, Everything is in place now, and with the growing season in Florida now upon us, she anticipates being very busy. “We had many customers who referred others to us before,’ she said, “but with our tourist season and the growing season now here, we are hoping to build a healthy clientele from now through May, which is the primary growing season. Store owner Alice Odaffer (left) and clerk Amy Crockett are shown by one of several attractive fresh food displays. Ninety percent of the food grown by area farmers is available within 90 miles of Jupiter. From the time the food is harvested to the time it arrives at the store, it is less than three hours. Alice said she receives shipments from certified organic growers elsewhere, but only within the United States. Also, none of the foods have been grown with the use of harmful pesticides or fungicide and the produce is the best quality available. “We’re really pleased to assist in the support of local small farmers and in the long-term health of the community,” Alice explained. “And, the nice thing about our foods is that the farmers we buy from grow their produce for their families, not commercially.” “One of the reasons you should shop with us is that you will be supporting local farmers,” Alice explained. “Why does that matter, you may ask? Supporting local farmers is good for the local economy because it keeps the small farmer in business. It has become the norm for society to become dependent on huge industrial farms which takes away the consumer's choice in the quality of the food they purchase. The small-town farmer is feeding his/her family from their farm, so great care is taken in the stewardship of the farm.” The refrigerated section at Alice’s Farm Fresh Foods keeps the naturally grown produce cool and appetizing. Alice said she would be pleased to purchase foods from individual residents as long as they don’t use chemicals. “If you or anyone you know grows fruit in the backyard and do not use chemicals, let us know. We would love to buy fruit from you,” she concluded. Alice’s Farm Fresh Foods offers a delivery service to Jupiter, Tequesta, Juno Beach and Palm Beach Gardens. The cost of delivery for Jupiter and Tequesta is $5.00 and the rate for delivery for Juno Beach and Palm Beach Gardens is $7.00. The foods Alice sells are very reasonably priced, so the delivery fee is implemented only to offset the gasoline used to get the order to the address in a timely manner. Food deliveries are offered Tuesday and Thursday between noon and 4:00 pm. Go to the store’s website: www.localfreshfoods.net to complete the delivery order. You need only fill out the “Contact Us” form for you first order. One can also sign up for Alice’s weekly newsletter on the website to keep up to date on the delicious foods arriving in the shop. Besides the farm fresh foods, Alice also has fruit, sprouts and greens (kale, lettuce, etc.). All the foods at Alice’s are great, but her tomatoes are especially popular. To learn more about the locally grown and organic sustainable foods available at Alice’s Farm Fresh Foods call Alice at (561) 768-9318. A very attractive front entrance to Alice’s Farm Fresh Foods is also inviting with a colorful sign that suggests freshness and goodness.
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