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News: A bestseller about
Everglades orchids has critics
accusing the author of planting lies
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By revisiting the Rwanda
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Contents
Is the Miami Fusion one of the worst-run franchises in pro
sports, or does it just seem that way?
By Paul Demko
Nitpicking
Flowers
Susan Orlean’s book
about orchids has
South Floridians in an
uproar over alleged errors.
By Jay Cheshes
P.32
Mr. Saturday
Night
With Big Daddy comedic
film star Adam Sandler
continues to hit his mark,
this time for the right
reasons.
By Hal Hinson
The Artistic
and the Dead
Before Kosovo there was
Rwanda, and Alfredo Jaar,
whose work is on display
in Fort Lauderdale, hasn’t
forgotten.
By Michael Mills
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She's Demanding
I am requesting a retraction of Harris Meyer’s
use of the word whined to characterize my re-
marks at the June Dolphin Democratic Club
Board meeting (“Et Tu, Dolphins?” Harris
Meyer, June 17). If I demanded a retraction,
would you respect me more? It is regrettable
that when it comes to some men respecting
women, not much has changed after 30-plus
years of activism and education! Would you
have referred to a man angrily responding to
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tp him after hearing that my name was going
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when my time and efforts would have been
better served to ask New Times how much
care, medication, money, and compassion for
innocent children suffering (or about to be
born suffering) from the effects the AIDS
virus was caused by your salacious coverage
(“Sexual Roulette,” Jay Cheshes,. May 27) of
the sex practices of an infinitesimal minority of
the gay male community? Or to congratulate
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age of “a better way to handle hard-core juve-
nile delinquency” (“The Redemption of
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and victory in the ongoing struggle for civil
rights and respect for all the people of Flori-
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Afflicting the Barracudas of
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My fnend calls Mr. [David] Mankuta “Bar-
racuda Man-A-Kuta” (“An Ethical Variance,”
Harris Meyer, June 10). Apt?
Thank you for your work. All of Hollywood
should thank you. His behavior at the Holly-
wood Commission Meeting should have
many side effects. What developer would
want to be represented by such a schmuck?
“It is a newspaperman’s duty to comfort
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sure your article made him very uncomfort-
able. A job well done. Who is next?
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I read Robin Dougherty’s review of Al-
ways...Patsy Cline (“Musically In-Clined,”
June 3), and I could not believe how taste-
less and cruel her comments about Sally
Struthers were.
A truly good critic reviews the perfor-
manee of an actress and does not criticize
every aspect of the person performing. Con-
trary to your lengthy diatribe, all the people I
have spoken to loved Sally.
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Raincoat, and Don't Go Out
I read your story titled “Sexual Roulette”
(May 27). Jay Cheshes did an excellent job
defending the problems facing the gay com-
munity. This week I read a letter [in your pa-
per] titled “Getting Gay Men to Use Their
Brain Organ” by David W. If more gay men
were like David, the AIDS epidemic would
definitely be curtailed.
•I must respond, however, to the “safe sex”
cliché used in his letter and in the story
“Sexual Roulette.” The only safe sex is a ma-
turé, mutually monogamous relationship
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risky. If car brakes had the same failure rate
as condoms do, there would be a national re-
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promiscuous behavior, let’s not downplay the
risks. At best, condoms may make sex a little
less risky but certainly not safe.
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Ybur Assumption, Not Ours
Jay Cheshes’ article, though interesting, was
indeed inflammatory. It brought the assump-
tion that all gay men are promiscuous.
Worse, it gave ammunition to all the gay-
bashers to justify their position. Do you think
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the hate it could incite?
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Nitpicking Flowers
Just try writing a book about orchid
thieves in South Florida and unwittingly
including some errors. Then watch the
critics bloom.
By Jay Cheshes
rTF] hen you write a book about fanatics, you might expect
11 1 1J to offend a few of them, even if the book is, essentially,
111 about flowers.
â– â– â–  In the six months since its publication, The Orchid
Thief, the best-selling South Florida-based tale of plant crimes
and orchid obsession by The New Yorker magazine writer Su-
san Orlean, has offended its share of the florally fixated. Less
expectedly, the book’s frequent non-floral digressions have
managed to enrage many outside the orchid community, in-
eluding a Hollywood historian and a Washington, D.C.-based
Everglades lobbyist
These critics say the nonfiction book’s novel-like narrative
presents a distorted view of the Seminóles, of orchid lovers,
and of the Everglades itself. And to top it all off, they say, it is
packed full of myths and misspellings, erroneous figures, and
downright lies.
“There are countless egregious errors of botanical fact” de-
dares Ned Nash, director of education for the West Palm
Beach-based American Orchid Society. Nash’s criticism is iron-
ic considering that he reviewed portions of Orlean’s prepubli-
cation manuscript for orchid accuracy and is acknowledged as
Historian Patricia Wickman says Susan Orlean's The Orchid Thief
gets Seminole history all wrong
having done so in the book’s opening pages. Despite his input
he says numerous spedes misspellings and other errors found
their way into the book. “She puts the number of orchid
species .at 60,000, whereas I’ve never seen an estimate higher
than 30,000,” says Nash, who was so worried that he might be
blamed for Orlean’s inaccuracies that he considered filing a
lawsuit against her. “I wrote a letter to the publisher asking for
them to remove my name from future printings,” he says. “So
far I’ve received no response.”
The meandering 282-page book lists the names of countless
orchids and other flora and recounts with careful precision the
hundred-year history of the often deadly pursuit of wild or-
chids. (Victorian-era orchid-hunters oftén traveled to the most
remote Third World jungles in search Of prized orchid speci-
mens.) The author also devotes considerable space to both
Everglades ecology and Seminole history.
Holding all these facts and historical anecdotes together is
the story of John Laroche, an orchid eccentric and fumbling
con artist, who a few years ago was nabbed swiping rare ghost
orchids — fragile, papery white flowers that bloom only in
early summer—from the Fakahatchee Strand, an inhospitable
strip of swamp at the Southwestern edge of the Everglades. At
the time of his arrest, Laroche was in charge of the nursery at
the Hollywood headquarters pf the Seminole tribe, where he
and a number of Seminole coconspirators hoped to clone the
federally protected orchids and make gobs of money selling
them to rabid collectors.
No one in the Orlean-bashing stable interviewed for this sto-
ry attacks the basic factual framework that drives the narrative.
Instead they dwell on an agglomeration of seemingly inconse-
quential facts that taken as a whole, they say, call into question
the credibility of the entire piece.
“The author is playing fast and loose with the truth in order
to create a sellable [sic] story,” says Patricia Wickman, a histo-
rían and author who heads the department of anthropology
and genealogy for the Seminole tribe in Hollywood. “As a pro-
fessional historian, this book offends me.” Wickman attacks
much of the historical information in the chapter entitled
“Osceola’s Head,” which is largely devoted to the 19th-century
Seminole chief whose head was removed following his death.
(Contrary to Orlean’s description, the head was not Wickman
says, ever displayed in a North Florida drugstore window.) To
point up the errors she found, Wickman penned a scathing ar-
tide about the book that is scheduled to run in an upcoming is-
sue of the Seminole Tribune.
“The worst thing about The Orchid Thief \s the way it por-
trays the Seminole people as stupid, greedy, ugly cartoons,”
says Joe Browder, a former Carter-administration appointee
who has been a long-time Washington lobbyist for the Ever-
glades. His assertion that the Seminóles come off looking like
greedy dopes because they appear to go along with Laroche’s
orchidcloning scheme is questionable considering the fact
that, in the end of the story, the tribe wound up firing the nurs-
eryman. Browder is disturbed not only by Orlean’s words but
also by some ofihose attributed to members of the tribe. He
says he is particularly concerned about passages attributed to
Laroche’s boss at the tribe, Buster Baxley, whose contempt for
the Everglades is evident in quotes like “the state of Florida
better not mess around with whaf s my right [or] I’ll go in there
and take every single thing in the Fakahatchee that’s alive.”
Browder compiled a three-page list of errors and misstate-
ments relating to the Everglades and the Fakahatchee, which
he sent to New Times. “By themselves the. Everglades errors
may not be that important,” says Browder. “But considering
the way the Seminóles come across, these mistakes make you
think everything else could be wrong.”
Orlean, who spent two years writing and researching the
book, takes considerable exception to these thorny appraisals
of her work. “I don’t think I painted anyone with a broad
brush,” she said recently by phone from her office at The New
Yorker. “Of course there’s a certain margin for error in any
book. I’m not happy about any errors getting in, but I haven’t
found anything inaccurate that speaks to the soul of the book.”
Orlean acknowledged that some errors had in fact slipped
past fact-checkers and copyeditors but that every effort was
being made to correct them in future printings. “I wanted to
take ¡people on a journey,” she explained. “By and large I’ve
had a great response.”
Aside from the errors, it is the very tone of the book—often
light and breezy—that offends those most passionate about the
Everglades and the flora, fauna, and Native Americans who call
it home. The book is “virtually smothered in flashy, sensation-
alist adjectives,” writes Wickman in her upcoming column, “Ho-
Iashkoan,” which means “It’s a Lie” in the Miccosukeelanguage.
“In the 1980s we used to call [this kind of writing] fash trash."
Wickman goes on to point out a number of errors:,a Seminole
war ending ten years too early, Osceola’s home mislabeled as
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Nitpicking Flowers
Continued from page 5
Silver Springs, a treaty that never happened
attributed to the Seminóles and the Confeder-
acy. But what most upsets Wickman — the
author of Osceola’s Legacy, a book she wrote
in the early ’90s to help dispel the historical
myths surrounding the legendary chieftain
— is that her book appears in Orlean’s bibli-
ógraphy. “After four centuries of misinforma-
tion, the history of the Seminole people is be-
ing manipulated once again,” says Wickman,
who says her ire is not at all inspired by the
feet the Seminole tribe pays her salary. “Read-
ers might think she took her errors out of
my book.”
Browder’s criticisms are equally harsh. He
claims that Orlean packs all of the most inter-
esting anecdotes about the Everglades into
the tiny Fakahatehee Strand to give the area
an exaggerated sense of eccentricity. “When-
ever she finds anything dramatic or colorful,
she claims it happened in the Fakahatehee,”
he says. Though most of the factual errors he
attributes to Orlean can be written off as mere
semantics, a few are legitimately questionable.
Orlean writes that 50 acres of the Ever-
glades dries up every day, a fact disputed not
only by Browder but by Everglades research
ers as well. Fred Sklar with the Everglades
Water Management District says no one has
ever settled on a precise figure and that,
though large portions of the Everglades are
drier than they should be, other sections are in
fact too wet Fifty acres a day, he says, sounds
like a substantial exaggeration.
. She also writes that the elusive ghost orchid
is exclusive in this country to the Fakahatehee
Stra'nd. Mike Owen, chief biologist at Faka-
hatchee, says that, while the orchids are
native only to South Florida, they do appear
throughout the Big Cypress Preserve that
borders the Fakahatehee. Orlean, though, de-
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Who’s
Manateeing
the Phones?
State wildlife officials say
that amateur hotlines set up
to help protect endangered
manatees are putting the
animals at risk
By Paul Belden
When it comes to manatees, Mike Schrager is the state's go-to guy in Broward County - and Mary Anne Gray isn't
tion. Foremost among these experts is the
FMRI’s Amy Perry, who, as the staff biolo-
gist responsible for a seven-county swath
of South Florida, spends much of her time
on the road responding to reports of man-
atees struck by boat propellers, trussed
up in fishing lines, and stranded behind
canal locks. Because delay can mean the
death of an injured animal, “calls need to
get to us as soon as possible," she says.
Problem is, non-FMRI groups and hotlines
create confusion in a situation that re-
quires clarity.
For the past two years, Perry has been
fighting a two-front war against the MSF
and another group called the Marine
Mammal Conservancy (MMC), a Key
Largo outfit that also operates an emer-
gency manatee hotline. Unlike the folks at
MSF, however, MMC director Rick Trout
goes so far as to respond to manatee
emergencies, which has led Perry to
threaten him repeatedly with arrest. “I
think I might end up being a test case,”
Trout laughs, while vowing to continue re-
sponding to injured-manatee reports.
Trout’s hotline message, however, clear-
ly instructs callers to dial Florida Marine
Patrol dispatch with emergency informa-
tion and then goes on to provide the num-
ber (800-DIALFMP). The MSF hotline —
which is listed on the “Emergency'Num-
bers” page of the Greater Fort Lauderdale
phone book — merely instructs callers to
leave detailed information at the sound of
the beep. Nowhere does it mention the
FMP. “When [manatees] need help, you’ve
got to get out there quick,” Trout says. “I.
don’t care who gets there first, but some-
body has got to respond.”
To Mary Anne Gray, founder and director
of MSF, the criticism is unfounded, because
she says the hotline plays only a small role
in the foundations mission; rrjost of the
group’s budget is earmarked for education-
al projects and an annual grant to the Miami
Seaquarium. She also insists that “if we get
a call or report of an injured manatee, we al-
ways pass it on to the appropriate officials.”
But Perry says she’s never received a sin-
gle forwarded report from Gray. ‘That’s
why we set it up so that people are sup-
posed to call the Florida'Marine Patrol,” she
says. “From anywhere in the state, that call
goes straight to dispatch. Why would you
want to call anybody else?”
In her own defense, Gray claims that
quite a few of the injured-manatee reports
she receives turn out to be false alarms. “A
lot of times, somebody will call in with what
they think is an injured manatee, and I’ll
talk them through it, get them to describe
to me what they’re seeing, and it turns out
to be something else,” she says.
To Schrager, though, the thought of an un-
trained amateur conducting what amounts
to manatee triage over the
phone is the most alarming
aspect of the entire hotline
fracas. “When you’re talking
about manatees, you’ve got
to know what you’re doing,”
he says. “That’s why the state
goes to the trouble of train-
ing people like me and re-
quiring permits. For in-
stance, if somebody called in
an injured manatee and said, This mana-
tee’s got a white line across its body,’ well,
that could mean a couple things. On the one
hand, it could just be an old prop[eller] scar,
because once a manatee’s struck by a prop,
it carries that scar the rest of its life. On the
other hand, it could be a recent injury, be-
cause a manatee ; s got blubber like a whale
— a prop wound can be four or five inches
deep and still only be visible as a white line
on their skin.”
Kipp Frohlich, biological administrator of
the DEP’s bureau of protected-species
management, considers the feuding be-
tween manatee activists and experts no
more than a recurrent theme in Florida
wildlife politics. In the early ’90s, Frohlich
had problems with a West Coast group
called the Manatee Alert, which took out
newspaper ads telling people to call the
group with manatee sightings and emer-
gencies. ‘We had a dialogue,” he recalls,
with weariness in his voice. “Eventually we
persuaded them to incorporate information
about the FMP hotline in their news re-
leases.” But it wasn’t easy, and it didn’t hap-
pen quickly.
To Frohlich, hot tempers are simply a
sign of the urgency of the manatee-protec-
tion problem, which has seldom been more
acute, at least in Broward County. In 1998 a
total of seven manatee deaths were report-
ed in Broward County; already this year
there have been eight, an increase that has
Schrager stumped. “A lot of the corpses
we’ve seen have been too decayed for a
necropsy,” he says. “So we don’t know
what’s going on. It could be a coincidence,
or it could be a sign of something larger go-
ing on.” The last dramatic increase in the
manatee mortality rate occurred in 1996,
when the “red tide” algae invasion caused
the number of manatee deaths in Florida to
leap from 201 to 415 in a single year. (So far
this year, there have been 134 manatee
deaths statewide.)
Ideally Schrager would like to see Mary
Anne Gray and her ilk get out of the hotline
business completely. But as Frohlich says,
running a hotline “may be ill-advised, but
it’s not illegal.” In the end the bad blood be-
tween various camps seems to have made
meaningful dialogue difficult and con-
tributed to a situation in which a simple so-
lution may have been overlooked.
“We could just add on a line that if you
have a report about an injured manatee,
you should call the FMP,” proposes MSF
board member Kathy Schwartz. But Gray
is contemptuous of the FMP, insisting
(wrongly) that callers merely get an an-
swering machine. (Actually, callers get a
menu of options, including the option of
bypassing the menu and going directly to
a dispatcher.)
Even if a simple solution were to prevail,
chances are it will amount to merely a truce,
not a treaty. Given the passion involved
when it comes to one of Florida’s most re-
nowned living natural treasures, future bat-
ties in the manatee wars seem certain. CD
Contact Paul Belden at his e-mail address:
Paul_Belden@newtimesbpb.com
“When you're talking about
pianatees, you've got to
knowwhat you’redoing."
D n some respects this year’s gala
fundraising dinner-auction benefit-
ing the Manatee Survival Founda-
tion (MSF) was a disappointment.
And not just because Broward County Com-
missioner Lori Parrish, in a break with past
practice, left her manatee costume at home.
The turnout for the event was lower than
ever — “probably less than a hundred,”
estimated one participant — as was the
overall take. An affair that used to bring in
at least $10,000 ended up garnering a cou-
pie thousand dollars less this year. (MSF
officials refused to divulge the final tally.)
Yet the evening, which took place March 19,
did have its bright spots. The Mexican-
style buffet was decent; the crowd enjoyed
snapping up items in the charity auction
— everything from fishing excursions to
arty knickknacks; and the spectacle of
maritime executives and their spouses
dressed up in ponchos, sombreros, and
colorful Mexican dresses was entertain-
ingly goofy.
Best of all, the shindig didn’t result in the
death of a single manatee.
But then that was purely a matter of luck.
State wildlife experts are convinced the day
is coming when the foundation — and other
organizations like it — will find itself re-
sponsible for the death of one of the very
animals it was created to protect. In fact,
says Mike Schrager, director of the non-
profit State Wildlife Rescue, “I’m surprised
it hasn’t happened already.”
Schrager’s concern centers on the
foundation’s manatee-sightings hotline
(954-9434391). “They say that hotline is just
for ‘sightings,’” he explains, “but what hap-
pens when there’s an injured or dying ani-
mal and the information is just left to sit
there on somebody’s answering machine?
At the best we’re going to have an avoidable
delay. At the worst we’re going to have an-
other dead manatee.”
The MSF hotline has thus emerged as
the latest battleground between two fac-
tions that have been at war for years: the
biologists of the Florida Marine Research
Institute (FMRI) and amateur wildlife en-
thusiasts who insist on giving the insti-
tute a helping hand, however unwanted it
may be.
Because of the manatee’s status as an en-
dangered species, state law restricts their
handling to experts certified by the Flori-
da Department of Environmental Protec
New Times Broward-Palm Beach June 24-30,1999 7


T
| he fluorescent green lizard wear-
'ing a Miami Fusion uniform has
picked a bad time to visit sec-
tion 113..
It is about midway through the second pe-
riod on a steamy Saturday afternoon in late
May, and the Fusion is losing —again.
D.C. United has just scored its second unan-
swered goal of the game. Diego Serna, the
Fusion’s prolifically scoring forward, is ges-
hiring angrily at his teammates as yet anoth-
er sprint toward the opposing goal ends with
the ball sailing beyond the tip of his toe or
over his head. South Florida’s two-year-old
professional soccer team is on its way to a
fifth-straight defeat.
In section 113 at the west epd of Lock-
hart Stadium in Fort Lauderdale, home to
the Fusion’s small, loosely orgánized, but
intensely loyal supporters’ group, La Sur
de los Afusionados, it is uncharacteristical-
ly quiet. The usual physical intensity —
the ecstatic singing, drumming, scream-
ing, and jumping — has almost ceased, re-
placed with muted lethargy.
Facundo Estevez, who says he doesn’t
have a girlfriend because he’s “married to
the Fusion,” is hiding behind blue-tinted
wraparound shades. Estevez is feeling the
nauseous aftereffects of a night of drinking,
exacerbated by the afternoon sun — and an-
other dismal Fusion performance. He is one
of the Afusionados’ leaders.
Harmonious, encouraging chants of
“¡Vamos, vamos Fusion!” have been re-
placed by sporadic cries of. “¡Que se vaya
Ivo Wortmann!” a not-very-subtle request
that the Fusion’s head coach take a perma-
nent vacation back to his native Brazil.
The Fusion’s barely month-old mascot,
promoted as a “friendly green lizard”
known as “PK” (for “penalty kick”), be-
comes the unfortunate focus of the sup-
porters’ energy.
“Get the fuck out of here, you fucking
lizard!” screams Hector, a ponytailed, beer-
drinking Afusionado. “Ever since you came
here, we’ve had bad luck!”
Hector then threatens to bring; a faux PK
to the next home game and hang it in effigy;
8 June 24-30,1999 New Times Broward • Palm Beach


Others in the crowd echo Hector’s senti-
ments: PK deserves to die.
The friendly green lizard appears oblivi-
ous to the menace lurking inside the sweaty,
alcohol-fueled crowd.
Moments later, as PK stands waving on
the walkway in front of section 1Í3, a small
cavalry of about 15 Fusion supporters,
mainly teenage boys, pounce on him. He is
assaulted with fists, thrown more in jest
than out of a desire to inflict injury. The
lizard with the permanent smile flees his
menacing band of attackers. PK has not re-
turned to section 113.
And so it goes for the Miami Fusion franchise.
After 18 months of bungling and misman-
agement, both on the field and off, not even
the mascot escapes blame.
The Fusion’s woes are légion. Attendance
at home games is abysmal. The team’s only
legitimate superstar — Carlos Valderrama,
he of the electric-shock hairdo — was
benched and then driven out of town after
battling with the coach earlier this year. In
less than two seasons, three different man-
agement teams have been brought in from
out of state to try to lead the franchise. And
the Fusion’s management has alienated
much of the South Florida soccer communi-
ty with its arrogance.
The 30 or so hard-core Afusionados —
and the hangers-on that crowd section 113
for each home game — are one of the few
things the organization has going for it. Yet
the Afusionados often feel that the'team is
doing its best to drive them out of the stadi-
um as well.
“It’s embarrassing for me,” says Estevez
a few days after the D.C. United match. “I
don’t know where to hide my face.”
tilt-walkers and fire-eaters
performed to the rhythms of ca-
lypso music. Curly blond wigs
and Colombian flags, in honor of
Valderrama, were in abundance. Fireworks
exploded in celebration. On March 15,1998,
a festive sellout crowd of 20,450 packed the
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Total ConFusion
Continued from page 9
freshly painted blue and yellow seats of
Lockhart Stadium for the Fusion’s inaugural
game. At least 3000 more were turned away
át the gate. Doug Logan, the commission-
er of Major League Soccer (MLS) declared'
Lockhart Stadium a “prototype” for other
teams to emulate.
“I still remember what a pain in the ass —
but what a thrill it was — to find the monu-
mental traffic jam at that first game,” recalls
Karl Kremser, head coach of the men’s soc-
cer team at Florida International University.
‘To walk in there and see that place packed
—it was just a tremendous moment as far
as soccer was concerned down here.”
Section 113 was packed with jubilant Sup-
porters bellowing newly christened songs:.
“¡Olé, olé, olé, olé, Fusion, Fusion!” The Afu-
sionados sold 500 tickets for their section
ánd passed out 1000 songbóoks to support-
ers before the game. Adding-machine paper
cascaded down from the stands. When Unit-
ed forward Jaime Moreno was booted from
the game in the second half for a flagrant
foul, the section unanimously decreed him
“hijo de puta” — son of a whore, i
The carnival-like atmosphere was short-
lived. The Fusion lost two-nil, but monfesig-
nificantly the organization was already
showing signs of unraveling — like Ope
more role of adding-machine paper. ; mk
Months before the start of the season,
Fusion management had
been hamstrung by its in-
ability to find a home sta- ¡
dium for the club. As the
team’s moniker suggests,
the initial plan was for the
Fusion to be based in Mia-
mi. But contentious negotia-
tions between the Fusion
and Miami mayor Joe Carol-
í| over the use the Orange
Bowl broke down when the
city initially insisted on a
ten-year lease.
Instead of capitulating to
Carollo’s demands, Kenneth
Horowitz, the Fusion’s lead
investor, decided to take his
team elsewhere. Horowitz
pumped in almost $5 million
to upgrade the cozy confines
of Lockhart Stadium, which
had' been home to the Fort
Lauderdale Strikers of the
North American Soccer
League from 1977*to 1983.
But because the deal was ne-
gotiated with less than four
months remaining before
the Fusion’s home opener,
stadium workers were still
hustling to put in seats and
install skyboxes right up un-
til opening night.
Ray Hudson, who pro-
vides animated television
commentary for Fusion
games and who was a long-
time midfielder for the Strik-
ers soccer team, believes
the Fusión has never recov-
ered from the initial disar-
ray. “Since then, they’ve.al-
ways been behind the eight
ball and the eight ball seems
to keep getting bigger and big-
ger,” Hudson says.
In the midst of this confusion, Fusión
brass made a detrimental marketing error
that would have ramifications throughout
the season. The team Set ticket prices at
$18 to $30, a level closer to the Heat or the
Panthers than to what other MLS clubs
charge. (The average MLS ticket price last
year was $13.82.) Instead of competing for
entertainment dollars against a night out
at the movies with popcorn, the Fusion
would be asking potential soccer fans to
dole out twice that amount, not to mention
$5 for parking.
The decision to base the
team at Lockhart also put
up significant barriers to
drawing on Miami-Dade’s
dominant Hispanic popula-
tion, a large part of which
has strong soccer roots.
Leo Stillitano, the Fusion’s
initial general manager,
who was hired with the un-
derstanding that the team
would play in Miami, says
that he envisioned Valder-
rama as a major draw to
the Colombian population
that had established it-
self down in Kendall. The
Broward stadium locale, to
a large degree, cut off that
potential market.
By the second home
match of the season, atten-
dance had dipped to less
than 15,000 (this despite
a gratis postgapie Ziggy
Marley concert), and then
ended up 15-19; everyone makes the play-
offs in the MLS) and slashing ticket prices
near the end of the season, the average at-
tendance for the year was 10,284, second
worst in the league.
The first three months of this season have
been, if anything, worse. Average atten-
dance for home games is 8461, more than
7000-plus. The .east end of the stadium con-
tains barely enough people to field a pickup
game. One of the largest contingents of fans
is camped out underneath a Bolivian flag.
They are there not to cheer on the Fusion
but to salute United’s playmaker supreme,
Marco Etcheverry, and his Bolivian compa-
triot, Jaime Moreno.
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Among the thugs: Section 113 at Lockhart Stadium is home to the rancorous drumming,
singing, and jumping of the Afiisionados
Promise Keeper? The Fusion's mascot, “PK"
continued on a steep descent. On August 30,
an all-time low for futility was reached when
just 6127 fans watched the Fusion defeat the
New England Revolution, 3-2. Despite
squeaking into the playoffs with some im-
pressive late-season victories (the Fusion
40 percent below the league average, and the
team is exacerbating the situation by playing
miserably. The Fusion’s record is 4-11, and
thé team has lost eight of its last nine games.
It is in last place and has given up more goals
(30) than any other MLS team.
Fusion Coach Ivo Wortmann was hailed
as a savior last year when he took over in
July and led the team to the playoffs. Now
fans are calling for his head. Wortmann
notes that his players are young — the aver-
age age is just 25 — and that it takes time
for a team to jell on the field. “I’m working
up for this year but looking for the future,"
he claims, “Sometimes to build a winning
team, to build a good team, takes a little
time, If people are not patient, it’s not my
problem,” Wortmann says dismissively.
Patience is definitely running thin — with
both the Fusion’s management and its team.
“From day one the Miami Fusión ownership
and management has failed to impress me
in any sense, quite honestly,” says Jamie
Trecker, editor of the soccer magazine Kick!
and a columnist for ESPN: The Magazine. “I
have never had a sense that they have a han-
die on the market, or the game, or really a
concrete-idea of what their mission is.”
Eddie Rodger is the former general man-
áger of the Strikers and now runs Kicks In-
ternational, a soccer-marketing company
in Fort Lauderdale. He says that the second-
greatest moment in his life, after the day his
son was born, was when the Fusion arrived
in town. That sentiment has now soured.
“I’ve got a lot of bitterness in me,’The says.
“They’ve made a million mistakes,”
Uggg| he D.C. United game in late May
at which PK’s livelihood was put
in jeopardy is a ripe example of
U the predicament in which the
Fusion finds itself. The crowd is a paltry
Despite the somber atmosphere and the
complete domination of the game by D.C.
United, the Fusion mounts an unlikely
comeback. What the Fusion lacks in grace
i (which is hard to underestimate), it makes
_ up for with gráss-eating tenacity — at least
1 for the final 15 minutes. After a flurry of ac-
tivity in front of the D.C. United goal, Fusion
midfielder John Maessner propels the ball
toward the net from the top of the box,
scissor-kicking it over his head — the
crowd-pleasing bicycle kick. A lurking
¡¡ Diego Serna heads it home. The Fusion is
down by just a goal with ten minutes to go.
La Sur de los Afusionados reignites. The
big bass drum, scrawled with the names
of fans and players, pounds. Chants of
“¡Vamos, vamos Fusion!” once again rever-
berate through the west end of the stadi-
um. A gangly, longhaired Afusionado in an
Argentina jersey stands precariously on
the fence at the front of the section and
whips a shirt wildly above his head. Sec-
tion 113 is momentarily a cauldron of soc-
cer pássion amid the vast emptiness of
Lockhar t Stadium.
Then comes the kick to the groin.
Throughout the week the Fusion had run
advertisements in the daily newspapers
touting the D.C. United match as a biblical
battle between good and evil. Marco Etche-
verry, who is known as El Diablo (the Dev-
il), was cast in the role of evil. Jeff Cassar,
the Fusion’s musclebound goalkeeper, has
been christened Superman and was the
standard-bearer for the forces of good.
Etcheverry’s head was adorned with horns
in the ads; Cassar sported a halo.
As the final seconds of the game tick away,
Cassar is far upfield, hoping to assist in the
Fusion’s final attack. The ball, however,
somehow ends up at Etcheverry’s magic —
and devilish — feet. As Cassar retreats to
Continued on page 12
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June 24-30,1999
New Times Broward-Palm Beach


Evil triumphs: This advertisement came back to haunt the Fusion when El Diablo scored
on goalkeeper Jeff Cassar in the final seconds of the game
Total ConFusion
Continued from page lO
his goal, El Diablo chips the ball softly over
Superman’s head. .The ball trickles into
the empty net. Time expires. Evil has tri-
umphed over good. Again.
Over the last two seasons, the Afusiona-
dos have often felt cast in the role of evil by
Fusion management.
Early last year, as the Fusion rushed to get
Lockhart Stadium ready for opening night,
Facundo Estevez began an ad hoc campaign
to create a supporters group for the club. He
loitered at various pedestrian-heavy locales
in South Florida — South Beach, Miami-
Dade Community College — preaching the
Gospel of fútbol. Estevez carried props to
help communicate his message: pictures of
passionate South American soccer fans. The
23-year-old, who was born in Miami and has
lived in Argentina, Brazil, and Colombia,
wanted to bring that passion to South Flor-
ida. He envisioned 5000 supporters jumping
and singing in unison, an airplane so packed
with exuberant Fusion fans en route to an
away game that it would shake as if going
through a nasty pocket of turbulence.
Estevez gathered about 2000 names, tele-
phone numbers, and addresses of passersby
who expressed interest in being part of the
group. Without a nickel of the Fusion’s mon-
ey, he was building what could become a
core fan base for the team.
Around the same time, Andrew Hazleton
was working in a similar vein, but through
the Internet. Hazleton is a 32-year-old
computer networks salesman with a soccer-
rich bloodline of Brazilian and English
heritage. Also with his own resources, he
created a Website for the Fusion and an
electronic mailing list to keep would-be fans
updated on developments concerning the
neophyte team!
Eventually the two formed the Afusión-
ados, bringing their groups together —
without any help from the Fusion, ironic giv-
en the team’s name.
The problems began when Estevez and
Hazleton approached Fusion management
with their project. The team was initially
helpful and provided stamps for the Afusión-
ados’ first mailing to potential members and
a separate ticket booth was set up at Lock-
hart Stadium for the supporters group.
But as the crowds dwindled in every other
part of the stadium, section 113 began to
feel like an armed encampment. There were
often a half-dozen cops posted around the
admittedly tumultuous Afusionados. Drums
were confiscated. Paper was confiscated.
“The straw that broke the camel’s back was
the kid that was thrown out for blowing
a whistle,” says Hazleton. There were so
many police in the area that the Afusionados
came up with songs for them — in Spanish,
naturally. One of them, as translated by
Estevez (admittedly, it loses some of its
charm in English), goes:
Police police police
I feel sorry for you
Every time you come bother us
Your wife goes stroke someone else.
In late April, Hazleton sat down with the
police and Fusion management to resolve
problems in section 113. Drums and paper,
everyone present decided, would be allowed
into the stadium, but not firecrackers, flares,
t>r anything that could cause damage. Hazle-
ton believed progress had been made.
At the match immediately after this meet-
ing, several Afusionados were tossed from
the game for throwing... toilet paper. In the
ensuing ruckus, several supporters, includ-
ing Hazleton, were arrested.
“The police, they weren’t used to a crowd
like ours,” says Andres Jervis, another Afu-
sionados leader. “They weren’t Used to the
passion that soccer brings. They thought
that wé were gonna riot and kill people.”
For the most part, the problems with law
enforcement have been resolved this year.
With the exception of an overzealous Afu-
sionado who destroyed a toilet paper dis-
penser in the men’s room after a rare Fusion
victory, the only run-ins with the police have
been on the road at Tampa Bay.
One major reason for the easing of ten-
sions in section 113 is Dona Cardoza, an
administrative assistant with the Fusion.
She has become a kind of Afusionados den
mother. Cardoza knows each of the hard-
core supporters by name and understands
how to deal with their antics. “I smack them,
and I push them, and I pull them, and they
don’t say boo to me, because they respect
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with 'you won't believe what
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And since I joined IJL, I have
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1. Don't Talk About Past Boyfriends or Husbands.
It doesn't make a difference whether you are say-
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say how wonderful your last boyfriend was, your date
may wonder why you aren't still with him and he'll
wonder if he will always be compared with your ex. If
you bash your last boyfriend, the man will also won-
der why you were involved with someone you don't
respect.
Remember, every adult comes to a new relation-
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person (man or woman) is one who is able to leave
that baggage in the closet.
2. Manners Say So Much About a Person.
There is no substitute for good manners, and noth-
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date is not the time to show your disdain for bad ser-
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time to show you are a busy person by showing up
late or yelling at the valet for taking too long.
A first date is the time to show you have respect
for every person, and that every person deserves to be
treated with respect—even if they are having a bad
day. Good manners say exactly that.
3. Dress Well and Appropriately.
Dressing well says "I want to be here and I want to
be here with you." Conversely, dressing poorly or
inappropriately says "I couldn't care less about being
here. I couldn't care less if I embarrass you with inap-
propriate dressing, and I couldn't care less about ever
seeing you again."
4. Be Positive.
This doesn't mean you need to be Ms. Sunshine.
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impression you are happy with your life. When you
sound or act negatively, you create the impression you
are unhappy with your life. Who wants to date some-
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Houston
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Fusion managing director Ken Chartier is saddled with the unenviable task of pumping some air hac k
into the Fusion
Total ConFusion
Continued from page 12
me,” says Cardoza. At home games she dif-
fuses the Afusionados’ baser instincts, while
keeping the police and security guards
at bay.
The present Fusion management publicly
embraces the supporters. “Whether we’ve
been up or down, they’ve been a part of us,”
says Doug Hamilton, who along with Ken
Chartier has been the team’s co-managing
director since April. ‘They certainly make
our environment and our stadium among
the best in the country.”
Despite these sentiments, La Sur de los
Afusionados sometimes continues to feel
like they are the enemy when dealing with
the team’stop brass. Hazleton, who opted
' this year to eschew section 113 for midfield
seats with his wife and two children, says
he has lobbied repeatedly for the Fusion
to identify the west end as the home of
the Afusionados so that fans offended by
the group’s antics would know to sit else-
where. (There’s certainly no dearth of
empty seats.)
“They still haven’t put any disclaimer up,
and it makes the Afusionados look like the
bad guys,” Hazleton says.
Estevez says that he has attempted to
contact Hamilton to discuss how the Afu-
sionados might work with the team but to
no avail. “He’s too busy to talk to the real
fans,” says Estevez. “I’m tired of his mum-
bo jumbo.”
he Afusionados are a tiny sliver
of the Fusion’s fan base, and they
are far from the only people who
have been alienated by Fusion
management. Many people in the soccer
community have been turned
off by the arrogance of the or-
ganization and its unwavering
emphasis on ticket sales above
all else. Instead of attempting to
build long-term relationships
with potential fans through
player appearances, youth
clinics, and other community
events, the Fusion has often
approached people with its
hands out.
David Villano is head of the
Florida Soccer Coaches As.soci-
ation, which has more than 100
members stretching from Key
West to Lake Okeechobee. The
high-school coaches who are
part of the association have dai-
ly contact with thousands of
students with an obvious inter-
est in soccer. In other words,
potential Miami Fusion fans.
In August, Villano faxed a
letter to Fusion management
asking if the team’s coaching
staff would participate in an
October clinic for members of
the association. Despite numerous
follow-up calls, Villano received no
response. He then faxed a second letter to
the organization but still could not get
an answer. Finally, with the clinic fast ap-
preaching, Villano sent a third letter, this
one to recently hired chief operating offi-
cer Betty D’Anjolell.
Villano subsequently met with D’An-
jolell and Craig Tornberg, the team’s then-
director of crowd-building, in September.
“Rather than being conciliatory, she was
downright aggressive and obnoxious,”
says Villano, who coaches at Ransom Ever
glades School in Miami. D’Anjolell’s first
response to the idea of helping out with
the clinic, he says, was, “How much can
you pay us?” Her second response: “How
many tickets can you sell?”
Villano came to the meeting armed with a
list of ideas for how the two organizations
could work together. For example, he sug-
gested sending Fusion players to various
high schools for question-and-answer
sessions. Fusion management’s response to
this idea was a condescending question: Do
you think Dan Marino shows up at birthday
parties for Dolphin fans?
The Fusion coaching staff did eventually
participate in the clinic but only after Villano
went over D’Anjolell’s head and appealed di-
rectly to assistant coach Nick Megaloudis.
“It was the management that seemingly did
everything possible to throw a wrench in
what was an ideal community-outreach
opportunity,” Villano notes.
(D’Anjolell could not be reached for com-
ment for this story.)
14 June 24-30,1999 New Times Broward*Palm Beach


Villano says that the Fusion’s newest
management regime is trying to make
amends for the past troubles. He and an-
other member of the coaches association
met in March with Ken Chartier. As a good-
will gesture, the Fusion recently provided
free tickets to the group’s members and a
space where they could meet before the
start of the soccer match.
It may be too late, however: Only a hand-
ful of coaches showed up for the event. “Ba-
sically, what we’re saying is, the Fusion can’t
give away tickets,” says Villano.
Beyond arrogance, a major cause for the
Fusion’s difficulties in developing a larger
fan base is its revolving door at the man-
agement level. This inconsistency at the
top has been compounded by the team’s
continued reliance on executives from out-
side the area who are not necessarily famil-
iar with the peculiarities of South Florida.
The Fusion has flown in recruits with a
track record of success in other cities but
virtually ignored the serviées of experts in
its-back yard.
Tom Mulroy, for example, a leading soc-
cer consultant who runs the Copa Latina
soccer tournamént each year in Miami-
Dade, has had only fleeting contact with the
organization since its inception. “The atti-
hide was, “We know how to do it, and all you
soccer guys are knuckleheads,”’ says Mul-
roy. “With that attitude they have dug them-
selves a deeper and deeper hole.”
Leo Stillitano, the team’s first general man-
ager, believes he was handicapped from the
start because of the team’s decision to play
its home games in Fort Lauderdale. Rather
than being able to focus on what Stillitano
believes are his strengths — the Hispanic
and international communities — the move
necessitated more of an emphasis on attract
ing suburban soccer families from areas like
Pembroke Pines and Plantation.
Even before Stillitano’s departure, Betty
D’Anjolell was recruited by the Fusion to
bolster fledgling ticket sales and commu-
nity relations. D’Anjolell had previously
worked as executive vice president with
D.C. United. When Stillitano resigned in
September, D’Anjolell became the team’s
top executive. But at the end of March, as
the Fusion’s second season was getting un-
der way with attendance still alarmingly
low, D’Anjolell also resigned.
Hamilton and Chartier are the latest soc-
cer executives to arrive in South Florida.
Both worked- at Adidas and then at CC&C
Management, Chartier’s marketing compa-
ny in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Hamil-
ton is the full-time managing director of the
club, while Chartier splits his time between
Fort Lauderdale and Myrtle Beach.
Both men acknowledge that the Fusion
has alienated potential fans in the past but
are loath to point a finger at anyone in par-
ticular. They note that it takes time to build a
successful professional sports franchise,
particularly in South Florida, where base
ball, basketball, and hockey teams have all
set up camp within the last decade..The
sports market will soon be stretched thinner
with the arrival of a women’s professional
basketball team next year.
“We have not done a good-enough job
in the last year and a half of becoming a
part of the fabric of South Florida soccer,”
says Hamilton.
Chartier says that he does not consider
being from out of town a liability. “I may not
be from South Florida, but I’m part of the
soccer family,” Chartier notes, rattling off
the names of people he’s long known in the
South Florida soccer world, such as Mulroy,
Rodger, and FIU coach Kremser. Hamilton
and Chartier often echo the language of the
team’s critics. “It’s one thing to ask some-
body to buy a ticket,” says Chartier. “It’s an-
other to say, ‘How can we help you?”’
Even if Chartier and Hamilton have the
wherewithal and marketing savvy to turn
the franchise around, it is unclear whether
they will be given the free rein to do so.
Stillitano notes that even though he was
the top executive at the Fusion during his
tenure, ultimate decision-making power
rested with Kenneth Horowitz, the team’s
main financial backer. For example, Stilli-
tano says, in the earliest days of the fran-
chise, he pushed for Ivo Wortmann to be
appointed the team’s head coach. Horo-
witz, however, went with his own choice,
Carlos “Cacho” Cordoba. Cordoba lasted
just four months, compiling a record of
8-11. Wortmann replaced him in July.
“In the end Horowitz had the final say,”
says Stillitano. “In professional sports own-
ers always have the final say.”
Kick! editor Jamie Trecker and others
say that Horowitz’s soccer inexperience
(he made his money in the cellular tele-
phone business) does not bode well for the
team’s future. “You’ve got ownership who
clearly don’t know what they’re doing,”
Trecker says.
(Horowitz declined to be interviewed for
this article.)
Adds Rodger, who worked as a consultant
for the team when it was just getting off the
ground: “You’ve got a non-soccer person
that has been very successful in all his busi-
ness endeavors, and all of sudden he is not
having success — so panic has taken over.”
â–  he debilitating problems of the
Fusion are not unknown to the
MLS at large. In its fourth year of
operation* MLS continues to he-
morrhage money — about $60 million in its
first three years — and to struggle to fill the
stands. It has made great strides in some
cities, like Columbus, where a brand-new,
soccer-only stadium has energized fans. But
it has faltered in others, including Los Ange-
les, where attendance dropped off dramati-
cally this year.
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El Pibe! Carlos Valderrania's magic feet once set up goals for the Fusion, and his notorious
hair put people in the seats
Total ConFusion
Continued from page 15
The league has tweaked the international
game of football in hopes of making it more
palatable to American sportsians. In the be-
lief that Americans cannot handle the ambi-
guity of .a tie, MLS instituted a shootout. If a
game is. deadlocked at the end of regulation,
each team gets five attempts to score from
35 yards out. MLS Teams get three points
for a flat-out victory but just one point for a
shootout win.
MLS also instituted a multiround playoff
system that is closer in format to American
sports leagues than to other soccer leagues
— where titles are usually won solely
through regular-season contests. And un-
like soccer matches all over the world, in
which the official game time is known only
to the referee on the field, MLS keeps a
running scoreboard clock.
According to the league, this brand of soc-
cer is of the “entertaining, young, hip, and
cool variety.” But the end result of these
changes has been to alienate some ardent
soccer fans while making only modest in-
roads in attracting the generic American
sports enthusiast.
Despite MLS’ best efforts to American-
ize football, the league is quite different in
its business operations from the National
Football League or Major League Baseball.
In part because of the MLS’ infancy, power
rests firmly with the league itself. Fusion
investor Horowitz and his fellow MLS
financial backers do not actually own their
franchises. Instead what these investors
are purchasing is a chunk of the league it-
self — in Horowitz’s case a $20 million
stake. Because of this arrangement, the-
MLS — in particular its commissioner
Doug Logan — holds extraordinary pow-
ers. The commissioner is often referred to
by fans as “God Logan.”
Player contracts bind individuals to the
league rather than to an individual team,
with paychecks ranging from a paltry
$24,000 a year up to $247,000. Some extraor-
dinary players (in notoriety if not always
skill) — such as Carlos Valderrama and
Kansas City Wizards defender Alexi Lalas
— receive additional money through mar-
keting deals orchestrated by MLS.
The Valderrama debacle is an apt ¡Ilustra-
tion of the leagued control over individual
franchises. When the Fusion failed to find
a solution to the player-coach standoff in
April, the MLS imposed one: Valderrama
was unilaterally “reassigned” to the Tampa
Bay Mutiny. Partly as compensation for
the loss of Valderrama, the Fusion received
three players via trade earlier this month:
defender Arley Palacios and forwards Eric
Wynalda and Welton. All will undoubtedly
help the team (Welton and Palacios have
started every game since the trade; Wy-
nalda is out with an injury until at least Au-
gust), but they lack the star power of Valder-
rama and his shock of hair to draw fans to
the stadium.
t is about 6:30 p.m. on the first day
of May, and 25 Afusionados are
gathered in front of Raymond
James Stadium in Tampa Bay. They
are clad mostly in sky blue and yellow jer-
seys and shirts. They are singing — as
they have throughout the five-hour bus
ride from Fort Lauderdale.
“¡Pibe concha tu madre!” the group
screams joyously, jumping up and down in
time to the thumping pulse of the drum,
faces aglow with the faux exuberance of
alcohol and adrenaline. “¡Pibe concha tu
madre! ¡Pibe concha tu madre!”
The arriving Tampa Bay Mutiny fans
look on with a mixture of bemusement
and incomprehension.
“El Pibe” (The Kid), of course, is Carlos
Valderrama, who until just two weeks earlier
was the best-known player ever to don a Fu-
sion jersey.
The rest of the phrase translates — rough-
ly — as “motherfucker.” It is to be repeated
throughout the evening’s contest, along
with the equally profane “Pibe maricón”
(queer) and various chants involving some
combination of Pibe and puta , or whore.
“Pibe concha tu madre!”
Welcome back to Tampa Bay, El Pibe!
El Pibe was supposed to be the aging
marquee player around whom the Fusion
would build its future. The 37-year-old,
three-time World Cup participant is one of
the most notorious players in the world.
He was transferred from Tampa Bay to
Miami two years ago in hopes of jump
starting the expansion team. “Every time
he touched the ball, there was a sense of
magic, a sense of expectation in the crowd,”
recalls Ray Hudson.
Valderrama, however, never clicked with
Coach Wortmann. The two battled publicly
last year over the team’s style of play and
Valderrama’s supposed lack of enthusiasm
for defense. Their differences were sup-
posedly put aside last season but then
quickly resurfaced this year. Wortmann
believed that the play of the entire team
was being disrupted by El Pibe’s presence.
The end result was Wortmann declaring,
in essence, that Valderrama would never
play for him again.
Wortmann no longer wishes to discuss
the blowup, cutting off a reporter before he
cart finish the question after a recent week-
day practice. “This is over,” says Wort-
mann. ‘We are not missing him. I respect
Carlos. He’s a great player, but this is not
our problem. We are not missing Carlos.”
But ifsTiard to underestimate the impor-
tance of El Pibe in the public’s perception
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of the Fusion — and consequently the.
team’s ability to sell tickets. Valderrama’s *
picture appears 12 times in the Fusion’s
media guide, more than twice as often as
any other player. On the proclamation for
“Miami Fusion Day” in Fort Lauderdale,
which hangs on the wall of the team’s
offices, one of the whereases listed is that
has allowed a goal before ten minutes have
elapsed on the clock. Against New Eng-
land the team gave up a goal just 22 sec-
onds into the game — a record for futility.
The second goal by the Mutiny, 28 min-
utes into the first half, leaves the Afusiona-
dos silent — for a few minutes. It is particu-
larly devastating because Valderrama gets
the assist, delivering a delicate through-ball
to Jefferson Gottardi.
High on the Fusion? The Afusionados pound away in vain.
Valderrama plays for the Fusion — the only
player mentioned. At Sports Authority on
North Federal Highway, the soccer section
is dominated by a life-size picture of El Pibe
in his Fusion jersey.
If driving out Valderrama was, in itself, a
questionable move, there is no doubt that
the way it was handled by the Fusion was
abominable. Wortmann obviously knew
throughout the off-season — from October
until March — that he did not want to
mold the team around El Pibe. Yet instead
of dealing with the,situation then, Wort-
mann and company waited until tensions
The highlights of the match (from an Afu-
sionado standpoint) come in quick sue-
cession. Valderrama is tossed from the
game for a hard tackle from behind on
Henry Gutierrezr
“¡Pibe concha tu madre!”
Then the Fusion actually scores a goal, a
diving header by Serna. Shortly afterward,
two of the Afusionados are escorted out of
the stadium by Tampa Bay police for hurl-
ing beer at the linesman after what was
deemed a particularly egregious call.
“Every fucking time we go to Tampa Bay, at
least two people get thrown out,” Estevez
m ©ra {rkfit t)Q = (yy)@ e ir^ ‘U’OflS Qd@€Q©(y)@QS €®K) ( iH3 TIK)(s)1Wfl(°)(yKa(L reached a boiling point and the league was
forced to intervene.
Rodger says he now uses the Valderrama
debacle in marketing lectures as an example
of how not to run a team. “It’s probably the
worst thing I’ve seen handled in my life,” he
says. ‘You just don’t treat a player of Valder-
rama’s caliber the way they treated him.”
The Fusion’s first trip to Tampa Bay fol-
lowing the trade does little to change this
perception. Despite the vocal support of
the Afusionados, the Fusion goes down
meekly. Just nine minutes into the match,
Tampa Bay forward Musa Shannon knocks
home a header. The Fusion is used to early
deficits: Five times this season, the Fusion
sáys later. The Fusion loses, 2-1. In the en-
suing weeks the team will split two more
games with Tampa Bay.
The bus ride home goes no better than
the Fusion’s season. By 2:30 a.m., the 25
Afusionados are wandering the parking lot
of a 7-Eleven somewhere near Fort Myers.
The desecrated husk of a tire lies next to the
bus, having blown out along the highway. A
rangy, blond-haired guy from Fort Myers
Travel Plaza is working a lug wrench.
It will be a long ride home.
But not as long as the Fusion’s season. CQ
Contact Paul Demko at his e-mail address:
Paul_Demko@newtimesbpb.com
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Holy,” and covers Peter Tosh’s “Legalize
It” The band performs at 8 p.m. tonight at
the Pompano Beach Amphitheatre, 1801
NE Sixth St, Pompano Beach. Tickets cost
$22.50 and $25. Call 954-946-2402.
When seventh-century B.C poet Sappho
fashioned erotic lyric poems, for the
women she nurtured and loved—scenes,
for example, of girls lying on plush mats
pouring myrrh on each other—her verse
was celebrated among scholars as sub-
lime. The ancient Greeks obviously didn’t
have hang-ups about homoerotic love,
hang-ups that led later societies to outlaw
same-sexsex.
• • By the 1960s homosexuality wasn’t
illegal in much of the United SMes, hut
even in a metropolitan cite like bill
York, gays were getting hassled. In
1969 a small group til gays, lesbians,
and transgenderusts in Greenwich
Village fed up witir perpetual, often-
violent police harassment — fought
back by chanting and throwing stones
and bottles. The Stonewall Riots are be-
lieved to be the beginning of the Gay
Rights Movement
computer. For me it’s more fun to make
fee stuff up first and check facts later.” !i
Wolman began her career by check-
pgipfacte first freelancing for dozens
of magazines, including The Advocate.
;áhe also taught writing for 13 yearsh|
Los Angeles, where she earned her
master’s in professional writing
the University of Southern California
School of Journalism.
She moved to Fort Lauderdale i&bm
Phoenix last year after purchasing a car
and heading out a la Jack Kerouac on a
quest to decide where she wanted to
live. '1 was looking for a smaller and
friendlier city,” she recalls, “a city with-
out earthquakes.”
Wolman confesses to having “no idea”
what stories she’ll draw from at any giv-
en reading but lets on that she often
closes with a ritual scene from herhovel-
The Delray Beach Playhouse may be doing
more harm than good by hosting a Special
Singles Night Performance of Murder at the
Howard Johnson's — or it may be doing sin-
gles a favor. The play revolves around Ar-
lene, an underappreciated wife, Paul, her
used-car salesman husband, and the cou-
pie’s dentist, Mitchell. Looking for atten-
tion, Arlene allows herself to be seduced by
Mitchell, who considers himself something
of an orthodontic Don Juan. Once the affair
is under way, Arlene decides she doesn’t
want to hurt Paul hy asking for a divorce,
so she and Mitchell agree to kill him. Paul
has a similar plan for ending the adulterous
affair. After seeing the show, singles
who were eyeing each other at the
k 7 p.m. wine reception beforehand
might have second thoughts about
I marriage and just how life-threatening
it can be. But at least they will have en-
joyed a fast-paced, slapstick comedy
filled with sight gags. The play, which
I begins at 8 p.m., runs through Sun-
I day at the playhouse, located at 950
NW Ninth St., Delray Beach. Admis-
I sion is $15. Call 561-278-3523.
Seattle doesn’t exactly come to mind when
you think of belly-dancing, probably be-
cause the undulating stomach movements
and barefoot dance steps can’t be seen un-
der raincoats, flannel shirts, and rubber
boots. Nonetheless, the star attraction at
tonight’s Belly Dance Gala Show — which
is part of this weekend’s Belly Dance Conven-
tion in Hollywood — is Delilah, a renowned
belly dancer from Seattle. At least she’s
renowned among aspiring belly dancers,
who buy her instructional videos and flock
from around the world each January to her
ten-day belly dance blowout in Hawaii.
Delilah will perform tonight at 7 p.m. along
with Kalina, a hula dancer and instructor
from Largo, Florida, and a harem of local
belly dancers. Tickets for the show cost
$10. Delilah and Kalina will conduct semi-
nars through Sunday for $50 per day, and
belly dance costumes, jewelry, and acces-
sories áre for sale at the convention. The
show and convention take place at the
Italian-American Club, 700 S. Dixie Hwy.,
Hollywood. Call 954-929-7155.
; Lauderdale, named tor the infamous iri¡ ■
cidents, draw^f^fel^p^pfontix to-a
close in a more padfistic fashion with a
benefit reading and discussion by local
fiction-writer Karen Dais Wolman. The
library, run by a small group of devoted
volunteers, boastsftelargest collection
of gay and lesbian literature in the
- southeátenji^^^^^fl
“I wanted to 3o a benefit for a small
gay organization, and I have more time
than money togive,” Wolman states
modestly, although all of the door pro-
ceeds and half of her book-sale revenue
? lrom the event will go to the library
; Alesbian wftter difihg a benefit for a
gay library is certainly no stretch, and
not unlike Sappho’s-yíise^müch olWbl-»
man’s wor^pi^^^^oundmtefiiifeiif 1 :"
and complex women seeking to uiuleil
stand themselves, each other, and love.
Wolman’s first novel, Rites of First
Blood, spins the tale of an American
doctor named Sara — a lesbian, of
course — whose journey into the Ama-
zon jungle begins as a quest for alterna-
five medicines and ends in a love affair
with Olani, the shaman of a legendary
, matriarchal tribe. “She closed her eyés
te Olani’s touch,” Wolman writes, "“and:
images of Amazon women, Greek
women, Onasaki .women, warrior
women who did not.need men ran
through-h^niW.jj§
Originally from ^Méens, New York,
Wolman partially credits her ideas for
the fictional Onasaki tribe to undergrad
anthropology classes at Queens Col- r
lege. She’s quick to point out, though,
that the imagination serves a writer
best as a thing of mystery. “I don’t want
to question too closely, where my ideas
come from, I don’t want to know what’s
going to happen in my work. If I knew, I
would have no reason to turn on my
When your biggest hit songs are
covers, why mess with the formula?
Britain’s UB40 has perfected the art of
transmogrifying pop tunes into reggae-
Inflected hits. The group has had some
success in its homeland with albums of
" originals since it formed in 1978, but is
best known in these, the former Eng-
lish colonies, for its syncopated render-
ing of Neil Diamond’s “Red Red Wine,”
which became a U.S. hit in the late ’80s.
The song actually appeared on 1983’s
Labour of Love, the band’s first all-covers
album, but the Diamond-penned tune didn’t
become a number one hit in the States until
1988, when a Phoenix radio station added it
to their playlist and other stations followed
suit. The next covers collection, Labour of
Love II (1989), climbed to No. 6 on the U.S.
charts on-the strength of the single “The
Way You Do the Things You Do,” the
reggaefied version of the Temptations’ hit.
On the band’s third all-covers outing,
Labour of Love III, released last year, UB40
revisits another Diamond tune, “Holly
German artist Barbara Pflanz-Nagasawa
is known for her multimedia collages and
paintings, but the exhibition “Figuratively
Speaking,” which concludes today at the Mu-
seum of Contemporary Art (601 Lake Ave.,
Lake Worth), features a series of her
anatomically correct drawings and paint-
ings of human figures. Starting with a
sketch of a model, she creates the finished
image by adding charcoal, ink, watercolor,
pastel, and/or tempera to the canvas, par-
tially erasing or covering one layer with an-
other. Deciphering the anatomical correct-
ness, therefore, takes a little squinting. For
example, it’s hard to tell if the figure in the
watercolor-and-charcoal piece Let’s Go
Dancing is endowed with an exceptionally
long, pointy phallus, or whether that’s a
horn protruding from its belly. Decide for
yourself. Admission is $2. Call 561-582-0006
for more information.
dose their eyes and follow her voice as
shegui|^ihein : through;^^^^^p
diness of a Brazilian rain forest
. “People trout me enough to dHHflH
says Wolman. “Sometimes 1 have to ask
them to open their eyes when the read-
fog's over. Ifs the best compliment 1 can
receive as a writer. 1 care more about
that than selling books.” - Emma Tralles
1164 Oakland Park Blvd., Sts. 3(H), Fort Laud-
erdale. The benefit will take place at 7 p.m.
Library, 100 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale.
Admission is $10. Call 954-561-1982.
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Goyesca is one of the works featured in “Figuratively Speaking" at the Museum of
Contemporary art in Lake Worth
poem by Bob Shacochis’ dog, Frank, cón-
sists entirely of this brilliant line: “Leaves—
I thought they were birds.” The cast of
Sylvia will give a benefit reading of the book
tonight at 7:30 to raise money for the Tri-
County Humane Society. Several canines
will be present and available for adoption —
though they won’t be reading. The Caldwell
is located at 7873 N. Federal Hwy. in Boca
Raton. Tickets cost $10. Call 561-241-7432.
In the play Sylvia, which is being staged by
the Caldwell Theatre Company, the title
character is — get this — a talking dog.
And Sylvia’s owner has to decide whether
to send the aging dog to a farm or let her re-
main in the city. Sylvia, of course, has plenty
to say about the issue, and when Sylvia pro-
ducer Kenneth Kay and his wife, Kim Co-
zort, who plays Sylvia, were shopping for
dog-related gifts for the rest of the cast,
they stumbled upon a book purportedly
written by dogs. Unleashed: Poems by Writers'
Dogs, infcludes works created by the pets of
literary luminaries such as John Irving, Ed-
ward Albee, and Roy Blount, Jr. “Wind,” a
Remember when a bankrupt Chrysler
made a comeback under Lee Iacocca in the
early ’80s? If you do, Bob Edelson of Miami is
at least partly responsible. At the time he
was in the advertising biz in New York City
and helped make Iacocca a household
name. Edelson retired in 1985, after 30
years in advertising, to work full-time at his
first love, photography. Turns out he was
good at that, too. He split his time between
New York and Miami Beach, shooting
award-winning photos of SoHo as New
York’s once-neglected industrial slum trans-
formed into an artists’ enclave. He also doc-
umented Miami Beach’s turnaround as the
dty revitalized its Art Deco neighborhoods.
Edelson’s pictures ended up in major art
shows, and his third book, Hew American
Street Art, includes photographs of impres-
sive graffiti murals. In fact, one reason he
put the book together was to show that
graffiti is more than just scrawled gang
signs. Edelson recognizes imaginative “tag-
ging” with a two-page spread that features a
wall full of vividly colored, spray-painted
insignias in downtown Miami by MSG,
named Best Graffiti Crew in this paper’s
“Best of 1998” issue. Edelson appears
at 7:30 p.m. at Borders, 12171W. Sunrise
Blvd., Plantation. Admission is free.
Call 954-723-9595.
Back in early 1998, Clarence Clemons, the
former saxman in Bruce
Springsteen’s E Street
Band and a Singer Island
resident, was holding
court a couple nights per
week at clubs in West
Palm Beach and Holly-
wood, where he let local
musicians jam with him
on stage. Update: Bruce
has since reconvened the
E Streeters for his cur-
rent tour. But the Boss
has given the Big Man
a little time off, and Clem-
ons and his own sextet,
the Band of Faith, will play
shows today and July 7 at
Monkeyclub (219 Clematis
St, West Palm Beach). The band — which
includes guitarist Billy Livesay, bassist
Steve Argy, violinist Randi Fishenfeld, key-
boardist Paul Pettitt, and drummer Keith
Cronin — lays down grooves featuring
funk, soulful blues, jazz, and rock ’n’ roll
every Wednesday at thexlub, and Clemons
adds his distinctive horn to the mix when-
ever he’s in town. Sets begin at 9 and
11 pm. Cover is $10. Call 561-833-6500.
BY JOHN FERRI
Wright Slv|H
I )onald Singer was working ou another j
ho-hum losi-iuch project for oik n1j^|
architecture i lapses .it tin
1 lorida m Gaim'tille when he came
iftross drawings by Frank I.loycf¡pi|j^i|
(1869-Í959;, tile Ametic.tr, architect
whose use of natural forms in design had
a huge influence on model ri architecture
, “I'm the fii'i lime. I saw how aichitoc-
ture could be passionate and how archi-
trclui e could
ment and to humanity,” Singer recalls. “It
was something that moved me.”
It moved him so muc h that (he following
summer, in 1958, Singer made a pilgrim-
age to Taliesin West Wright’s Arizona
home. “It was an epiphany,” Singer says,
gfhe sense of pl jjjj eneratied by the build-
ing and the way Wright had integrated it,
mto the siityiphding landscape further in-
spired him.
In a black-and-white photograph tak-
en during the trip, there’s a spark is the
then-19-year-old Singer’s eyes. The shot,
which features him standing on Wright’s
property next to a tall gatepost that it'
sembles a cactus, is on display in "The
Architecture of Donald Singar, 19B4-1999:
An Exhibition” at the Broward County Mam
library in Fort Lauderdale.
Singer grew up in Broward County and
has been designing homes and commer-
cial buildings here his entire career. His j
work is more modern and modular than
ideas
about nature at e r’s
structures. Evéfi.bJ^BMB <8$6bvéiíy SÉ)
Wright’s principles, though. Singer found
cbltódhiBi, I buildings | got cov-
they
were no longer of interest tome,” he says,
like to see what’s real,”
Singer often uses wooden beams and
un-
adorned. The simple beauty of such con-
struction was reco^^®|||^^tóÍ|f|
‘ chapterO fthe American lnstitaite of
Architecture, which gave Singer
the Award of Excellence for the
signed for prominent Miami
dentist and businessman Larry
Brody. The home’s exposed ma-
sonry and beams ira me large
views of the Miami skyline
Pri lnnin.tr j^|pÍ||pÉÍigP|
photographs of the completed
bition along with sketches, mod-
r els, and pictures oí many of
f!P^ftpihpi|d<’fimlne proj-
eels Despite the retrospective
ra^pfthe show. Singer’s career
lorn over The gleam in the eyc|H
teenage architect 1 ire student
[hasn’t dimmed. Tm still passionate,” he j
â–  JohnFerri : 'C
Donald Singer, 1964-1899: An Exhibition" «41
take place tit 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 29, In the
Bienes Center Fortin Literary Arte, Broward
County Main Library, 6th Fir., 1(H) S. Andrews
Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Admission is free,
gill 954357-8892. j
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Thursday, June 24
AIDS Quilt Workshop: Every Thu, panels are added to
the Names Project Memorial Quilt, which
commemorates the lives of those who have died
frójm AIDS. Free. 6:30-9:30 pm. Center One, 2817
E Oakland Park Blvd, Sté 200, Fort Lauderdale,
954=5874111, ext 410.
American Putting Classic: Today-Fri, golfers take on
ail 18-hole putting challenge. Free. 10:30 am-9 pm.
Broward Mall, University Drive and Broward
Boulevard, Plantation, 954-473-9362.
Anything Goes Open Mic: Weekly Thu event features—
entertainers of all types on stage doing their best
routines for audiences inside and outside the shop,.
Free. 8:30 pm. Warchaus-57,1904B Hollywood
Blvd, Hollywood, 954-926-6633.
Ballroom Dancing: Dancing in a lavish ballroom
every Thu, Sat, and Wed. $7; 7:30 pm. Gold Coast
Ballroom, 1415 Lyons Rd, Coconut Creek,
954-979-0770.'
Meet Me on the Riverwalk: Weekly 'Thu event lets the
public stroll along the New River as they peruse
the works of some ofSouth Florida’s finest artists.
Free. 4-9 pm. Las Olas Riverfront, 300 SW 1st Ave,
Fort Lauderdale; 954463-6575.
Revolt of the Geishas: The event is a tasting of Asian
drinks and cuisine for single professionals in their _
20s to 40s, Free admission. 7-10 pm. Red Bowl Rice
& Noodle Co., Powerline and Palmetto Park roads,,
Boca Raton, 561-394-6699.
Single Gourmet Group regularly holds two to three
weekly gatherings at fine-dining restaurants in
Broward and Palm Beach counties for dinner and
conversation. Call 954-723-9608 or 561470-1896 for
locations, dates, and cost.
Sunset Celebration: The weekly event features 35 fs
artists displaying their wares along the sea wall at
Sailfish Marina as strolling musicians entertain,
plus food concessions and viewing at the “Feed the
Fish” sea-wall aquarium. Free. 6-9 pm. Sailfish
Marina and Resort, 98 Lake Dr, Palm Beach
Shores,'8004464577.
Symphony of Stars'. More than a dozen favorite
movie themes play while laser lights dance around
the planetarium dome during daily shows. 54-86.50.
3 pm. South Florida Science Museum, 4801 Dreher
Trl N, West Palm Beach, 561-832-1988, ext 0.
Friday, June 25
American Putting Classic: See Thu.
Brown Bag in the City: Diners bring their .meals
outside and enjoy music during lunchtime eoncert
series, and local restaurants offer $5 take-out
specials. Free. 11:30 am-l:30pm. Centennial
Square, downtown West Palm Beach,
561-659-8007. *
Drumming and Healing: Native American drumming
circle meets every Fri. Free. 8 pm. Palm Beach
Center For Living, 321 Northlake Blvd, North
Palm Beach, 561-845-8441.
Intuitive Arts and Healing Festival: Tarot readings,
palmistry, rune stones, chair massage, allergy
testing, graphology, psychic .readings, and
astrology are among the events at the fest. Free
admission (cost per reading). 6-10 pm. LifeWorks
Enrichment Center, 3200 N Federal Hwy, Ste 225,
Boca Raton, 561-391-9280.
Islands in a Sea of Night: The educational
planetarium show, which runs Fri-Sun through
Jun 27, explores the mysteries of the Milky Way
and other galaxies, including quasars, radio
galaxies, black holes, and globular dusters. $5.
7 pm. Buehler Planetarium, Broward Community
College Central Campus, 3501 SW Davie Rd,
Davie, 954475-6680. .
Laser Concerts: Laser lights flash on the
planetarium dome while a soundtrack of the Doors
and Jimi Hendrix (9 pm) or Pink Floyd (10 and
11:30 pm) plays today-Sun. $6.50. South Florida
Science Museum, 4801 DreherTrl N, West Palm
Beach, 561=832-1988, extO.
Laser Country: Country favorites by Randy Travis,
Trisha Yearwood, Reba McEntire, George Strait,
Garth Brooks and others play while lasers bounce
off the planetarium dome every Fri-Sun. $4.4 pm.
South Florida Science Museum, 4801 Dreher
Trl N, West Palm Beach, 561-832-1988, ext 0.
Make-AWish Foundation's First Annual Bachelor/
Bachelorette Auction: Eligible guys and gals are
auctioned off and the proceeds benefit the foundation,
which grants the wishes ofterminally ill kids. $10.
6 pm. Café Iguana, BeachPlacé, 17 S Atlantic Blvd,
Fort Lauderdale, 954-763-7222.
Singles Dance: The dance is hosted by the Single
Christian Social Club and open to everyone. $9.
8:30 pm. Boca Marriott, 5150 Town Center Circle,
Boca Raton, 954755-7727-
Summer Movie Camp: June is John Waters month at
the weekly Fri-Sat event for adults, and Pecker is
the film for this week. $4.50.11 pm. Gateway
Cinema 4,1820 E Sunrise Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-763-7994.
Symphony of Stars: See Thu,
Winetasting: Held every week in the specialty
department On Fri-Sat. Free.. 4-7 pm. Bread of Life
Whole Foods Market, 3565 ÑE 207th St, Aventura,
305-933-1543. |
Saturday, June 26
Antique Festival Under the Oaks: Proceeds from the
Sale today-Sun benefit the American Diabetes
Association. $2.50 plus park admission. 10-5 pm.
Topeekeegee Yugnee Park, 3300 N Park Rd,
Hollywood, 954-561-5792.
Ballroom Dancing: See Thu.
Boca Raton Mini Green Market: The market has
scaled down for the summer months, but still
features fresh local produce, plants, prepared
foods, and arts and crafts every Sat. Free. 9 am-
1 pm. SE 1st Avenue next to Royal Palm Plaza,
Federal Highway between Palmetto Park Road
and Camino Reíd, Boca Raton, 561-393-7806, ext 2.
Dolphin Daze Antiques and Collector Fair: Old
valuables are on display and for sale today-Sun.
$4.50.10 am-5 pm. War Memorial Auditorium, 800
NE 8th St, Fort Lauderdale, 954-761-5380. .
Gay Pride Parade: Participants bring Gay Pride
Month to a close with the parade of floats and
marchers, which begins at DDA Plaza (Las Olas
Boulevard and Andrews Avenue, downtown Fort
Lauderdale), heads east on Las Olas to SE 8th
Avenue, then turns north and continues to
Broward Boulevard before heading north again on
Federal Highway to Holiday Park (at Sunrise
Boulevard), where a short rally will conclude the
parade. Free. 5:30 pm. Call 954-561-2020.
Islands in a Sea of Night: 3 and 7 pm. See Fri.
Laser Concerts: Alternative rock featuring
“Laserpalooza” (7:30 and 10 pm) and “Laser Buzz”
(9 and 11:30 pm), SeeFri.
Laser Country. See Fri.
Summer Movie Camp: See Fri.
Summer Saturday Night Teen Party: All ages are
invited to a pool party featuring music, limbo,
refreshments, and other activities. $l.$0-$2,
6-9 pm. Lake Lytal Pool, 3645 Gun Club Rd, West
Palm Beach, 561-233-1429.
Sushi Demonstration: Sushi chef Steve Huang
slices fish every Sat. Free. 3-5 pm. Bread of life
Whole Foods Market, 3565 NE 207th St,:
Aventura, 305-933-1543. - •
Symphony of Stars: See Thu,,
Tropical Fruit Festival: The event features lectures
and demonstrations on how to grow and use the
fruit, plus more than 100 varieties on display,
tastings, guided tours of the gardens, and a sale of
books. Free admission. 10 am-3 pm. Mounts
Botanical Garden, 531 N Military Trl, West Palm
Beach, 561-233-1749.
Winetasting: See Fri.
Sunday, June 27
Antique Festival Under the Oaks: See Sat.
Clematis 50D ArtWalk: Weekly Sun event features
art displays by local artists along the 500 block of
Clematis Street. Free. 28 pm. Clematis Street,
downtown West Palm Beach, 561-835-8601.
Dolphin Daze Antiques and Collector Fair: 11 am-
4 pm. See Sat.
Islands In a Sea of Night: 3 pm. See Fri.
Laser Concerts: Classic rock featuring “Sgt.
Pepper’s Laser Light Show” (7:30 pm) and “Laser
Zeppelin/Grateful Dead” (9 pm). See Fri.
Laser Country: See Fri.
Symphony of Stars: See Thu.
Uptown Singles Party: The event sponsored by the
Social Connection features dancing, a buffet, and
door prizes. $10. 8 pm-midnight. Christopher’s
Nightclub, 2857 E Oakland Park Blvd, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-845-9537.
Monday, June 28
Broward Center Backstage Tours: The public goes
behind the scenes of the Broward Center For the
Performing Arts during an hour-and-a-half tour of
backstage areas, dressing rooms, prop rooms,
and other places usually off-limits. Free. 1 and
3 pm. Broward Center For the Performing Arts,
201 SW 5th Ave, Fort Lauderdale, 954462-0222.
Symphony of Stars: See Thu.
Unleashed: Poems by Writers'Dogs: The cast of the
play Sylvia will raise money for the Tri-County
Humane Society with a benefit reading from this
book of poems, and several canines will be present
and available for adoption. $10.7:30 pm. Caldwell
Theatre Company, 7873 N Federal Hwy, Boca
Raton, 561-241-7432.'See “Night & Day.”
Young at Heart Club: The active seniors group
meets every Mon to enjoy singing, bingo,
luncheons, programs, and trips. $2 annual dues,
50 cents per meeting. 1-3 pm. Hagen Park, 509
NE 22nd Dr, Wilton Manors, 954-390-2130.
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Tuesday, June 29
New American Street Art: Former advertising executive
and photographer Bob Edelson of Miami reads from r
and signs copies of his book about graffiti and
outdoor art Free. 7:30 pm. Borders, 12171W Sunrise
Blvd, Plantation, 954723-9595. See “Night & Day.”
Swing Tuesdays: Upscale professionals in their
twenties to forties meet every Tue to mingle and
take swing dance, salsa, and disco lessons from
professional instructors and enjoy hors d’oetivres
and drinks. $10. 8-11 pm- Sangria's on Las Olas, 609
E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954728-9282.
Symphony of Stars: See Thu.
Wednesday, June 30
Ballroom Dancing: See Thu.
Best Cellar Winetasting: Specially wine shop hosts the
event every Wed, featuring guest speakers from
wineries and wine distributors, a champagne
reception, and hors d’oeuvres.:$10.7:30 pm. The Best
Cellar, 2424A Wilton Dr. Wilton Manors, 954-6308020.
Boca Raton Historical Society Trolley Tours: Every Wed
the society provides docents as tour guides as the,
trolley visits, sights around the city including Old
Floresta, the Boca Raton Resort and Club, town
hall, and a 1930 train depot; reservations. $5-$7.50-.
9:15 am. Royal Palm Plaza information booth, 215
N Federal Hwy, Boca Raton, 561-3958766.
Circle of Friends: Biweekly percussion gathering.
Free. 7 pm. Wild Oats Community Market, 250.1
E Sunrise Blvd,' Fort Lauderdale, 954566-9333.
Symphony of Stars: See Thu.
Sports & Recreation
Friday, June 25
Five-Star Championship Rodeo: The Professional
Rodeo Cowboys Association-sanctioned event
today-Sat features top cowboys and cowgirls
competing in events including: bareback-riding,
saddle bronc-riding, team-roping, calf-roping,
steer-wrestling, and bull-riding. $5$12. 6:30 pm.
Davie Covered Arena, Bergeron Rodeo Grounds,
4271 Davie Rd, Davie, 9543847075.
Florida Bobcats: South Florida’s Arena Football League
team matches up with croSs-state rivals the Tampa -
Bay Storm. Call for price. 7:30 pm. National Car Rental
Center, 1 Panthers Pkwy, Sunrise, 9543218334.
Saturday, June 26
Al Capone Day. What is today Deerfield Island Park
used to be land owned by the infamous gangster, and
today guided tours of the wilderness park are
offered. $1.10 am. Boat departs from Sullivan Park,
northwest comer of Hillsboro Boulevard and the
Intracoastal Waterway, Deerfield Beach, 954360-1320.
Boat Inspection: The Coast Guard Auxiliary inspects
boats. Free. 10 am4 pm. International Game Fish
Association Fishing Hall of Fame and Museum,
300 Gulf Stream Way, Dania Beach, 9549224212.
Five-Star Championship Rodeo: See Fri.
Miami Fusion: The Major League Soccer team
takes on San Jose. $12-$16.7:30 pm. Lockhart
Stadium, 12th Avenue and Commercial
Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, 954717-2200.
Sunday, June 27
Three-onThree Basketball Tournament The indoor event
is open to men and women in various age groups and
to children in the 5th grade and above. $75 per team.
8 am8 pm. Kaplan Jewish Community Center, 3151 |
N Military Trl, West Palm Beach, 561889-7700.
Monday, June 28
Florida Marlins: South Florida’s Major League Baseball
team plays athree-game series against the New York
Mets today Wed. $1.50$44.7:05 pm. Pro Player
Stadium, 2267 NW 199th St, Miami, 305826-7328.
Tuesday, June 29
Florida Marlins: See Mon.
Wednesday, June 30
Florida Marlins: See Mon.
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Bike Ride: The Aventura Riders club hosts the
weekly Sunday ride, alternating among 20-mile
routes in Aventura, Hollywood, and North Miami.
Free. 10 am. Departs Waterways Shops, 3565 ?
NE 207th St, Aventura, 3059374463.
Catamaran Cruises: Take a two-hour cruise of the-
Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean in a
53-foot sailboat $30. Schedule varies. Cove Marina,
southwest corner of Hillsboro Boulevard and the
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Checkmate Chess and Backgammon Group: Members
meet weekly on Wed to challenge one another in
both games. Free. 7:30 pm. Chocolate Moose
Coffeehouse, 9118 State Rd 84, Davie, 954-474-5040.
Cosmic Bowling: Lasers, fog, neon lighting above
the pins, and rock music make for a spacy night of
bowling every Fri, Sat, and Mon. $3.50 per game;
$2.25 shoe rental. 10 pm-2 am. Brunswick Margate
Lanes, 2020 N State Rd 7, Margate, 954-972-4400.
Cricket This is not entomology, but rather the
British sport with wickets and such; the South
Florida Cricket League, for ages 18 and older, plays
every Sun. $1 park admission; call for additional **
fee. 11 am-4 pm. Brian Piccolo Park, 9501 Sheridan
St, Cooper City, 954437-2600. Cricketers can also
attend cricket matches for adults every Sun. Free.
Noon-6 pm. West Ken Lark Park, 1321 NW 33rd
Ave, Fort Lauderdale, 954-791-1035.
Dania Jai-Alai: The centuries-old sport from the
Basque region of Spain and France is billed as the
fastest sport going, and you can bet on the action
as you watch players whip the pelota — a ball
slightly smaller than a baseball — from their
cestas — curved baskets made of reeds. Hours
and prices vary. Dania Jai-Alai, 301 E Dania Beach
Blvd, Dania Beach, 954-920-1511.
Early-Bird Walking Club: Group meets for a walk
around the park every Mon and Wed. Free. 8 am.
Plantation Heritage Park, 1100 S Fig Tree Ln,
Plantation, 954-791-Í025.
Environmental Boat Tours: Anne Kolb Nature
Center offers eco-friendly boat tours through, a
mangrove tidal estviary in a covered boat. Fish,
birds, and other wildlife are viewed while an
onboard narrator provides informative
commentary. $3.50-$8. Daily. Tides affect
departure times. West Lake Park, 751 Sheridan
St, Hollywood, 954-926-2480.
Fencing: The art of dueling with swords (or foils)
is taught to those age 9 and older. $30 per month.
6 pm. Thu, Markham Park, 16001W State Rd 84,
Sunrise, 954-389-2000; Mon, Tree Tops Park, 3900
SW 100th Ave, Davie, 954-370:3750; and Wed,
Brian Piccolo Park, 9501 Sheridan St, Cooper
City, 954-437-2600.
Fencing: Children and adults learn the art for fun
and exercise every Mon and Wed from the
certified coaches of Ramon Fonst Fencing
Academy. $10-$30 per month for one weekly
session. 7:30-9:30 pm. David Posnack Jewish
Community Center, 5850 Pine Island Rd, Davie,
954434-0499.
Gay Skate Night Held every Tue. $4.8 pm-
midnight. Gold Coast Roller Rink, 2604 S Federal
Hwy, Fort Lauderdale, 954-523-6783.
Horseback Riding Lessons: Adults and children are
schooled in the art of English horsemanship on
trained school horses by experienced instructors.
$15 (first lesson); $20 per half-hour; $35 per hour.
Times vary. Snooty Fox Farm, 7062 Lake Ida Rd,
Delray Beach, 561-637-9628.
Horseback Trail Rides: Group night trail rides are
available for ages 12 and older in groups of six or
more. $30 per hour. By reservation. Tree Tops
Park, 3900 SW 100th Ave, Davie, 954-983-7421.
Indoor Rock-Climbing: Harness up to scale an
artificial rock wall and get instruction. $12-$21.
10 am-10 pm (weekends), 3-10 pm (weekdays).
Coral Cliffs Indoor Climbing Gym, 3400 SW 26th
Ter, A4, Fort Lauderdale, 954-321-9898.
In-Line Skating Lessons: Every Tue. 5:30-6:30 pm.
$60 for six sessions. Brian Piccolo Park, 9501
Sheridan St, Cooper City, 954437-2600.
Intro to Ice Hockey League: The league meets every
Sat in an effort to generate interest in the sport.
Call for price. 5:30-7:30 pm. Pines Ice Arena,
northwest corner of Taft Street and Flamingo
Road, Pembroke finés,#54484-6495.
Kardio Kickbox Aerobics: The sport of kickboxing is
doné for fun and fitness every Thu, Sat, and Tue.
$6. Thu: 7:30 pm. Master Baez Tae Kwon Do and
Family Fitness, 9450 Griffin Rd, Cooper City,
954-680-0249. Sat and Tue: noon. Brian Piccolo
Park, 9501 Sheridan St, Cooper City,
954437-2600.
Las Olas Canoe Club: Group meets for recreational
and competitive Hawaiian-style canoeing every
Thu and Sat. Free. Thu, 5:30 pm, George English
Park, Sunrise Boulevard and Bayview Drive,
Fort Lauderdale; Sat, 9 am, Fort Lauderdale
Beach across from Marriott Harbor Beach
Resort, 3030 Holiday Dr, Fort Lauderdale,
954-525-3059.
Masters Swim Team: Adult swim team designed to
provide health and fitness for older swimmers,
with competition training available. Meets Mon-
Sat. $40 per month. Call for times. Plantation
Central Park Pool, 9141 NW 2nd St, Plantation,
954452-2525.
Men’s Softball: A pick-up game is held every Sun
for players age 15 and older. Free. 10 am.
Floranada Park, NE 50th Court and NE 14th Way,
Fort Lauderdale, 954452-0733.
Nature Hikes: Hikes through Tree Tops Park for
school and scouting groups are available for all
ages. $l-$2. By reservation. Tree Tops Park, 3900
SW 100th Ave, Davie, 954-370-3750.
Pompano Park Racing: Drivers maneuver their
horse-drawn carts around the track in a modern
version of the chariot race Wed, Fri, and Sat.
Free-$2. Atlantic Avenue and Powerline Road just
west of 1-95,954-972-2000 or 561-734-1228.
Racquet Sport Lessons: Private and group tennis
and racquetball lessons are available for all ages
at the Tennis Center at Brian Piccolo Park. Call
for fees. By reservation. Brian Piccolo Park, 9501
Sheridan St, Cooper City, 954-437-2661.
Radio-Controlled Model Planes: Instructor Larry
Sorge of the Broward Radio Control Club
introduces new fliers to the sport every Mon.
Free. 1-3 pm. Markham Park Airfield, 16001
W State Rd 84, Sunrise, 954-981-7120.
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Scuba Lessons: A 30-minute introductory class in
the pool is offered every Sat (10 am-noon) and
Wed (3-5 pm). Free. Call 954-561-4499..
Seaside Activity Station: Book your water taxi,
parasail ride — whatever form of recreation
you’re looking for along the Palm Beaches — at
one centralized activity center at the base of
Clematis Street. Prices vary. 10 am-5 pm daily.
Palm Harbor Marina, 400A N Flagler Dr, West
Palm Beach, 561-835-8922.
Skate For a Reason: The Fri and Wed in-line
skating-development classes are an introduction
to speed skating for athletes age 5 and older, who
also receive basic instruction in balance,
controlled falls, heel stops, and more. $40 per
month. 6:30-8:30 pm. Brian Piccolo Park, 9501
Sheridan St, Cooper City, 954-437-2600.
Skate 2000: Free in-line skating lessons let you
brush up on technique and learn skating safety'
every Sun. 10 am-noon. Nine South Florida
locations* 888-SKB-2000, ext 250.
Springboard Diving Team: Plantation Parks and I *
Recreation Department sponsors: the team, open
to competitively trained divers of various age
groups and ability levels, who compete in local,
state: and national meets. Call 954-452-2525.
Stepping Out: Group for fitness walkers meets
Mon, 9 am and 5 pm; Wed, 9 am; and Thu, 5 pm.
Free. C.B. Smith Park, 900 N Flamingo Rd,
Pembroke Pines, 954-437-2650.
Strollerobics: Parents don’t have to give up being
fit, just take the kids along on your run as a part
of this group that meets to run while pushing
junior in the stroller every Fri in Aventura. $25
annual dues, plus $40 per month (includes
T-shirt). 9 a.m. Call 305-782-3481.
Sunday-Morning Pick-Up Basketball League: Staff at
Sunrise Athletic Club assists in choosing teams
and officiating competitive full-court games for all
players age 18 and older every Sun. $10-$20.
9 am. Sunrise Athletic Club Gymnasium, 10610
W Oakland Park Blvd, Sunrise, 954-747-4661.
Tennis Competition: Social Connection puts on this
evening of mixed doubles and round robin tennis
every Fri. $10 (includes balls). 7-10 pm. Plantation
Central Park, 9109 NW 2nd St, Plantation,
954-845-9537.
Tennis Lessons: For ages 3 and older by
appointment. Call for cost, which varies by type of
instruction. West Lake P.ark, 751 Sheridan St,
Hollywood, 954-926-2410.
Walk and Cross-Training Workout on the Beach: The
Body Squad fitness club meets every Tue for the
90-minute session of walking and resistance
strength-training exercise on the beach. $20-$25
per month. 6:30pm. Fort Lauderdale beach at Las
Olas Boulevard and Ocean Boulevard, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-563-6774.
Weekly Cruises: Record, a charming, 1914
' r | Norwegian-built ferry and cargo vessel, cruises
the St. Lucie River out of Stuart. Reservations are
* required. Call for dates, times, and prices, which
vary weekly. Departs from Department of
Transportation Building, sohth end of new
. Roosevelt Bridge, Stuart, 561-692-1234.
Wetlands Walking Tours: Adults and children
experience a wetlands environment on the grounds
of the International Game Fish Association Fishing
Hall of Fame and Museumlpr which features
85 species of plants, 32 species of birds, and
numerous animal species — during 25-minute
guided walks every Sat and Sun. Included with
admission of $5-$9. Noon, 2 pm, and 4 pm. IGFA,
300 Gulf Stream Way, Dania Beach, 954-922-4212.
Kid Stuff
Thursday, June 24
Chinese Kenpo Karate: Classes forkids age 5 and
older are offered in the martial art every Thu and
Tue. $5.4:30 pm. Hagen Park, 509 NE 22nd Dr,
Wilton Manors, 954-390-2130.
Larry— Cat in Space: during the 30-minute
planetarium program, offered daily through Jul 2,
children —- especially those in first through third
grades — learn about the moon, time, space, ánd
traveling in orbit while watching an adventurous
feline. $2 with regular museum admission: $5
(adults); $3 (kids). 1 pm. South Florida Science
Museum, 4801 DreherTrl N, West Palm Beach,
561-832-1988, ext 6.
Pajama Party Story Time: Kids dressed in their PJs
listen to bedtime stories every Thu. Barnes
& Noble Booksellers, 11820 Pines Blvd,
Pembroke Pines, 954-441-0444.
Teen Calabash African Dance: Teens dance for self-
expression, fun, and fitness along with the park’s
Teen Club every Thu and Tue. Call for price.
6-8 pm. Warfield Park, 1000 N Andrews Ave, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-761-5417.
Friday, June 25
Friday Fun Nights: Kids enjoy movies every Fri in
the Kids-A-Million train. Free. 10:30 am. Books-A-
Million, 1630 S Federal Hwy, Delray Beach,
561-243-3395.
Larry—Cat in Space ; 1 and 7 pm. See Thu.
PJ Party: Weekly Fri event for kids age 3-7
features professional storytellers: coloring <
activities, and milk and cookies. Free. 7 pm.
Borders, 12171W Sunrise Blvd, Plantation,
954-723,9595:
Saturday, June 26
Guitar Classes: The weekly Sat classes are for kids
age 10-15, and students must bring their own
guitar.. Free. 1:30-2:20 pm. Sadkin Community
Center, 1176 NW 42nd Way, Lauderhill,
954-321-2450.
In Afy Back Yard: Kids learn about astronomy
during a program of songs and stories about the
moon, stars, and planets, including information on
constellations and a planet rap; today-Sun through
Sep 19. $4.1:30 pm. Buehler Planetarium,
Broward Community College Central Campus,
3501 SW Davie Rd, Davie, 954-4753680.
Kids' Days at the Cinema Cafe: A weekly live stage
program featuring interpretations of popular
stories, the event also lets kids enjoy a special
lunch menu as part of the ticket price (full menu
available at cost for parents). $8.95 (parents free).
Noon. Cinema Cafe, 1455 SE 17th St, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-522-0274, ext 1.
Larry - Cat in Space: See Thu.
Storytelling: Actress Theda Reale costumes herself
as Mother Goose, Dorothy from The Wizard of
Oz, and other popular characters and reads
stories for kids every Sat. Free. 11:30 am-l:30 pm.
Brainfood!, Cypress Creek Station, Cypress Creek
Road and N Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale,
954-928-0909.
Tae Kwon Do Class: The martial art is taught to ages
4-18. $6. Times vary by age group. Brian Piccolo
Park, 9501 Sheridan St, Cooper City, 954437-2600.
Toon Party: Kids age 11-15 are invited to a pool
party featuring music, refreshments, and other
activities. $4. 6:30-9 pm. Lake Lytal Pool, 3645
Gun Club Rd, West Palm Beach, 561-233-1429.
Young People's College: Students age 8-18 caii check
out fun classes such as Cartoon Safari, Read With
Understanding, Creative Math, Future Fliers,
Drawing, Cool Science, Golf, and moré; held at
north (1000 Coconut Creek Blvd, Coconut Creek,
954-973-2204) and south (7200 Pines Blvd,
Pembroke Pines, 954-963-8815) campuses of
Broward Community College.
Youth Bowling: Two programs for kids, each
including three games of bowling, shoe rental,
and coaching. $7. 9;3Q am and 12:30 pm. Forum
Lanes and Trophies, 8500 NW 44th St, Sunrise,
954-749-1400.
Sunday, June 27
Cosmic Bowling For Kids: Lasers, fog, neon lighting
above the pins, and kids’ tunes create a fun bowling
atmosphere every Sun-Mon. $3.50 per game; $2.25
shoe rental. Noon-3 pm. Brunswick Margate Lanes,
2020 N State Rd 7, Margate, 954-972-4400.
In My Back Yard: See Sat.
Larry—Cat in Space: See Thu.
Steel Drum Class: The weekly Sun class is for kids
age 10-15. Free. 1:30-2:20 pm. Sadkin Community
Center, 1176 NW 42nd Way, Lauderhill,
954-321-2450.
Sundays at the Norton: Family activities at the art
museum include an art hunt in the galleries and
handsron projects. $2-$5.14:30 pm. Norton
Museum of Art, 1451S Olive Ave, West Palm
Beach, 561-832-5194.
Monday, June 28
Cosmic Bowling For Kids: See Sun.
Hip-Hop Dance For Kids: Children dance for fun and
fitness on Mon and Wed and can progress to join
a performance group. Call for price. 4-6 pm. Bass
Park, 2750 NW 19th St, Fort Lauderdale,
954-739-8498.
Larry - Cat in Space: See Thu.
Tuesday, June 29
Chinese Kenpo Karate: See Thu.
Kids' Film Festival: G- and PG-rated films for kids
will be screened every Tue and Wed morning
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1660 S Federal Hwy, Delray Beach, 561-272-0510.
Larry—Cat in Space : See Thu.
Teen Calabash African Dance: See Thu.
Wednesday, June 30
Hip-Hop Dance For Kids: See Mon.
Kills' Film Festival: See Tue.
Larry-Cat in Space: See Thu.
Mommy and Me: Parents are invited to read stories
to children with the help of store staff every Wed.
Free. 11 am. Borders, 12171W Sunrise Blvd,
Plantation, 954-723-9595.
Watercolors For Children: Sirce Kwai Giveon
teaches kids age 4-7 accompanied by an adult how
to paint flowers and small animals. $3. Noon-1 pm.
Dagger Wing Nature Center, South County
Regional Park, one-half mile west of State Road 7
off Yamato Road, Boca Raton, 561-488-9953.
Readings & Lectures
Thursday, June 24
Boca Lesbian Rap Group: Meets weekly to discuss
various issues..$3 donation. 7:30-9 pm. Unitarian
Universalist Fellowship, 2601 St. Andrews Blvd,
Boca Raton, 561-368-6051.
Current-Thoughts: The current-events discussion
group meets every Thu. Free. 10:30 am. David
Posnack Jewish Community Center, 5850 Pine
Island Rd, Davie, 954434-0499.
HIV-Negative Gay Men's Support Group: Anonymous
membership group meets every TTiu to discuss
staying HIV-negative, safe sex in the real world,
and relationships with HIV-positive individuals. ,
Free. Call 954-5374111, ext 142.
Friday, June 25
Gay Men's Multi-Ethnic Association: The social group
for gay men in Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm
Beach counties meets every other Fri to discuss
topics of interest to interracial gay couples. $2
donation. 7:30 pm. Gay and Lesbian Community
Center of Greater Fort Lauderdale, 1164
E Oakland Park Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-236-4510.
Guided Meditation/Reiki: Meditation session held
every Fri is followed by the ancient healing art of
Reiki for relaxation and stress release. Call for
price. Crystal Fantasy, 5111 Coconut Creek Pkwy,
Margate, 954-973-0903.
Mostly Meditation: Dr. Gregory Antyuhin, a
medical intuitive and doctor from Russia, leads
the regular Fri meeting, which is for beginners
and advanced meditation practitioners. Free.
6:30 pm. Lifeworks Enrichment Center of Boca
Raton, 3200 N Federal Hwy, Boca Raton,
561-391-9280.
Singles Discussion Group: Singles gather in a safe
and fun environment to meet others and discuss
issues. Free. 8 pm. Unitarian Fellowship of
Hollywood, 1812 Roosevelt St, Hollywood,
954-925-1917.
United Singles Talk: Humorous and engaging rap
session every Fri for singles age 30-55. $6.8 pm.
Mercpde Executive Park, 1812A N University Dr,
Plantation, 954-742-2113.
Sunday, June 27
DivorceCare: The divorce-recovery lecture series
features recognized experts on topics including
“Facing Your Anger,” Facing Your Loneliness,”
“Depression,” “New Relationships,” and
“Forgiveness”; child care is provided for children
up to fifth grade. Call for price and time. Sheridan
Hills Baptist Church, 3751 Sheridan St,
Hollywood, 954-9614251.
Fellowship For Ethical Humanism: Group meets
every Sun. Free. 10:30 am. Carole Financial Plaza,
75 NE 6th Ave, Delray Beach, 561482-3920.
55+ and Single Again: Single adults age 55 and
older examine personal philosophies and meet
new friends during the weekly Sun meeting. $2-
$3.10:30 am. David Posnack Jewish Community
Center, 5850 Pine Island Rd, Davie, 954434-0499.
Monday, June 28
Monday Meditations: Group meets every Mon for
meditation to relax the body and surrender to
inner peace. $10.7 pm. Cheyenne Studios, 115
S 19th Ave, Hollywood, 954-922-9211.
Tuesday, June 29
A Clear Path to Healing: Dr. Barry S. Weinberg
teaches students how they can have more energy,
cope better with stress, and improve their overall
health. Free. 6 pm. A Place For Healing, 3019
NW 60th St, Fort Lauderdale, 954-970-5177.
Healing Circle: Group hosted by Sacred Path .
ministries meets every Tue for meditation, hands-
on healing, and a sharing period on a given topic.
Donation. 7:30 pm. Dania Beach Lions Club, 279
SW 5th St, Dania Beach, 954-2054157.
Poetry Slam: Poet Richard Green hosts the slam
following his regular open-mic event every Tue.
Free. 8:30 pm, Underground Coffeeworks, 105
S Narcissus Ave, West Palm Beach,
561-8354792..
Single, Divorced, Separated: The group meets every
Tue to talk, receive psychic readings ($20), and
drink cappuccino. Free. Call for time. Chocolate
Moose Coffeehouse, 9118 State Rd 84, Davie,
954474-5040.
Women's Metaphysical Discussion Group: Group
gathers for its regular meeting. $10. 7:30 pm.
Earth’s Aura, 5385 Stirling Rd, Davie,
954-321-3477.
Wednesday, June 30
West Doca Toastmasters: Members gather to
improve their public speaking skills. Free.
7:15 pm. Loggers Run Middle School, 11584
W Palmetto Park Rd, Boca Raton, 561-883-5296.
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Thursday, June 24
African Drumming With Ndakhte: Learn technique
and accompaniment on African hand drums every
’Thu. $15 ($50 per month). 7 pm. 821 NE 60th St,
Fort Lauderdale, 954-771-3666.
Flamenco: Damaris Ferrer, founder of the Bailes
Ferrer Inc. dance company, teaches the Spanish
dance style every Thu and Mon. Call for price.
6:30-8 pm. University Center For the Performing
Arts, 2240 SW 70th Ave, Davie, 954-475-3000.
Foundations and Applications of Chinese Medicine:
Provocative and informative series of classes is
taught every Thu by acupuncturist Steve Chasen.
$5. 4 pm. Unicorn Village Holistic lifestyle
Center, 3575 NE 207th St, Aventura, 305-935-6726.
Hatha Yoga and Meditation: Certified instructor
Glenn Reiner teaches the Course every Thu; bring
mat or towel to siton. $10. Dagger Wing Nature
Center, South County Regional Park, one-half
mile west of State Road 7 off Yamato Road, Boca"
Raton, 561-488-9953.
Hip-Hop/Jazz Fusion Dance: Course on the musical
styles and accompanying dances taught by Pablo
Maleo, a featured dancer on Paula Abdul’s concert
tours. Held every Thu, Sat, and Mon. $9 per class.
8 pm. University Center For the Performing Arts,!
2240 SW 70th Ave, Davie, 954-475-3000.
Israeli Folk Dancing: Ben Ami, a professional folk
dancer from Israel, instructs the weekly Thu and
Mon class for all skill levels. $3-$5. 7:30 pm
(beginner), 8:30pm (intermediate), and 9:30 pm
(advanced). David Posnack Jewish Community
Center, 5850 Pine Island Rd, Davie, 954-434-0499,
Martial Arts: American Combat Karate — a
combination of karate, kungfu, jujitsu, aiki-jitsu,
Brazilian jujitsu, and kali — is taught during six-
class sessions that begin every Thu and focus on
drills that quickly teach students how to protect
themselves. Free. 7-9 pm. Bushido Knights Ryu
Academy of Martial Arts, 221W Hallandale Beach
Blvd, Hallandale, 954-455-Í005.
Painting Techniques: The ongoing Thu class taught
by Pablo Verol covers all media. $110 per six
weeks, 24 pm. Broward Art Guild, 530 NE 13th
St, Fort Lauderdale, 954-523-4824.
Salsa Dance Classes: Courses designed for
beginning to advanced dancers are offered every
Thu and Tue by Latin Beat Dance Studios. $8
(first class free). 7 pm. Polish American Club, 935
Rock Island Rd, North Lauderdale, 954-746-4444.
Friday, June 25
Capoeira : Learn the Brazilian martial arts-dance
workout set to music from Brazilian native Joe
Neto every. Fri, Mon, and Wed. $50 for 12 classes;
first class free. 7:30 pm. Lord’s Gym, 7138
N University Dr, Tamarac, 954-721-5010.
Morning Jazz Dance Class: The eye-opening course
is taught evéry Fri, Tue, and Wed. $10 per class.
10 am. University Center For the Performing
Arts, 2240 SW 70th Ave, Davie, 954475-3000.
Sea Turtle Tappers Line Dance: Members of the
Tappers, a local dance club,-teach various line-
dancing styles every Fri, Sun, and Mon for
beginning to advanced students. Call for price.
1 pm (beginner) and 2 pm (intermediate and
beyond). Northeast Focal Point Center, 227
NW 2nd St, Deerfield Beach, 954-748-0604.
Tai Chi: Every Fri, learn flowing movements
performed slowly in a standing position and
improve circulation. $5. 9:45 am. Holiday Park
Social Center, 1150 G. Harold Martin Dr, Fort
Lauderdale,.954468-1506.
Saturday, June 26
Ashtanga Yoga: Also known as “power yoga,” the
form of breathing, relaxation, and stretching
taught in the class — offered today-Wed —
develops strength, flexibility, agility, stamina, and
concentration. $12. 9 am. Medha Yoga and
Healing Arts, 915 NE 20th Ave, 2nd Fir, Fort
Lauderdale,-954-743-9218.
Building a Quality Orchid Collection: Beginners in the
four-week series of Sat classes continue today by
learning tq prepare their orchids for display,
while advanced orchid growers learn how to
groom their plants. $12-$15 per class; $48-$60 for
series. 9:30-11:30 am (beginner) and 12:30-
2:30 pm (advanced). Bonnet House, 900 N Birch
Rd, Fort Lauderdale,. 954-563-5393.
Concealed Firearms License Course: Earn your -
concealed gun permit every Sat and Wed. $30.
7 pm. IPS 911 Store, 2231 Hollywood Blvd,
Hollywood, 954-922-0301.
Fitness For Mom: Exercise class for new mothers is
held every Sat, Tue, and Wed. $5 per class.
9:30 am. Holy Cross Hospital, Sister Innocence
Conference Center, 4725 N Federal Hwy, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-776-3139.
Hip-Hop/Jazz Fusion Dance: See Thu.
International Folk Dancing: Dances from Israel,
Greece, and the Balkans are taught every Sat and
Wed. $5.1 pm. Margate Community Center, 1699
NW 10th St, Margate, 954-972-6458.
Monitored Life Drawing: During the six-week
session with ongoing registration, a model is
provided for art students to draw or parnt. $80.
4-7 pm. Broward Art Guild, 530 NE 13th St, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-5234824.
Pregnacise: Exercise course for mothers-to-be is
held every Sat, Tue, and Wed. $5 per class.
9:30 am. Holy Cross Hospital, Sister Innocence
Conference Center, 4725 N Federal Hwy, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-776-3139.
Tai-Chi: A certified master teaches thoughts,
feelings, movements, and applications of the Qi
Gong and Tai Ji Quan styles of the ancient
Oriental practice; registration required. $36 for
six-week session. 10 am. Dagger Wing Nature
Center,South County Regional Park, one-half
mile west of State Road 7 off Yamato Road, Boca
Raton, 561488-9953.
Woodcarving: Broward Woodcarvers Association
hosts woodcarving sessions for beginning to
advanced carvers every Sat. Call for fee. 8 am-
noon. North Andrews Community Center, 250
NE 56th Ct, Fort Lauderdale, 954-938-0619.
Sunday, June 27
Ashtanga Ybga: See Sat.
Infant Massage: Parents bond with babies while
learning to massage them during series of four
classes. $60. 6:30 pm. Family Center at Nova
Southeastern University, 3301 College Ave, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-929-3099.
Introduction to Hatha Yoga: The practice and
philosophy of yoga and its benefits are covered in
this ongoing class. $5.1:304:30pm. Sri Naranda
Yoga Institute, 605 SW 12th Ave, Fort Lauderdale,
954-524-0783
Sea Turtle Tappers Line Dance: 5 pm (beginners),
6 pm (intermediate and beyond). Constitution
Park Recreation Center, 2841W Hillsboro Blvd,
Deerfield Beach, 561-750-0847. See Fri.
Monday, June 28
Adult Acting: Classes for beginning to advanced
students are offered Mon-Wed on an ongoing
basis. $110 per eight-week session. Times vary.
University Center For the Performing Arts, 2240
SW 70th Ave, Davie, 954475-3000. $
Ashtanga Ybga: 6 pm. See Sat.
Backdoor Love: The women’s continuing-
education class on sexual politics meets every
Mon. $8. 8 pm. Boca Raton Women’s Learning
Center, 7400 San Casa PI, Boca Raton,
888463-1690, ext 23. .
Beginner/lntermediate Ballroom Dancing: The fox
trot, waltz, swing, rhumba, and merengue are
taught every Mon. $4-$4.50.1:30 (intermediate)
and 3:30 pm (beginner). Holiday Park Social
Center, 1150 G. Harold Martin Dr, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-76Í-5383.
Capoeira : 8:30 pm. See Fri.
Dance Favorites: Instruction in various American
and Latin dance styles every Mon. $40 per couple
for six consecutive classes. 8-10 pm. Daniel D.
Cantor Senior Center, 5000 Nob Hill Rd, Sunrise,
954-742-2299.
Drawing and Painting: The classes for adults are
offered every Mon. $75-$88, plus $10 material’s
fee. 9:30-11 am. Young at Art Children’s Museum,
11584 State Rd 84, Davie, 954-424-0085.
Figure Drawing: A live model is provided for study
by artists working in any medium every Mon.
$10-$15.2-5 pm. Art and Culture Center of
Hollywood, 1650 Harrison St, Hollywood,
954-921-3274.
Flamenco: See Thu.
Hip-Hop/Jazz Fusion Dance: See Thu.
Israeli Folk Dancing: 7:30 pm (all skill levels).
Adolph and Rose Levis Jewish Community
Center, 9801 Donna Klein Blvd, Boca Raton,
561-852-3230. See Thu.
Line-Dancing Classes For Adults: All aspects of the
popular dance style are taught, and refreshments
are served. $3.75-$4.10-11:30 am. Holiday Park
Social Center, 1150 G. Harold Martin Dr, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-468-1506.
Pottery: Wheel-throwing classes are available-
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session. Times vary. Pug Dog Pottery, 134 NE 1st
Ave, Hallandale, 954-455-3099.
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Sea Turtle Tappers Line Dance: 6:30 pm. P.G.
Doogie’s Nightclub and Restaurant, 1025
E Hillsboro Blvd, Deerfield Beach, 954-428-6438.
See Fri.
Tarot Class: Learn how to divine the future with
the deck of picture cards in this ongoing Mon
class. $20. 7 pm. Cosmic Salamander, 5631
NW 77th Ct, Coconut Creek, 954-698-6926.
Welcome to Yoga: The introductory course teaches
students the basics of yoga in order to improve
blood pressure, reduce stress, and improve
flexibility. $8.5:i5 pm. Touch Research Institute,
Nova Southeastern University, 3301 College Ave,
Fort Lauderdale, 954-929-3099.
Tuesday, June 29
Adult Acting: See Mon.
Ashtanga Yoga: 6:30 pm. See Sat.
American and Latin Ballroom Dance: Both styles are
taught every Tue, along with disco and swing, by
instructor Simon Prilutsky. $28$35, 7-8 pm. David
Posnack Jewish Community Center, 5850 Pine
Island Rd, Davie, 954-434-0499.
Fitness For Mom: 10 am and 6:30 pm. See Sat.
Morning Jazz Dance Class: See Fri.
Pregnacise: 10 am and 6:30 pm. See Sat.
Rhythm Explorer Creative Drumming Class: Course
for all ages is taught every Tue by percussionist
Jim Seidel, who leads students of all skill levels
through fun exercises, drills, and hands-on
playing on their own instruments or those
provided. $12. 7-8:30 pm. Anne Kolb Nature
. Center, 751 Sheridan St, Hollywood, 954-434-3724.
Salsa Dance Classes: See Thu.
Smash Dance: Stomp-siyle dance and percussion
taught in class by Ken Benjamin. $10.6:30 pm.
University Center For the Performing Arts, 2240
SW 70th Ave, Davie, 954-475-3000.
Swing and Salsa: Instruction in today’s hottest
dance styles is offered every Tue in four-week
^sessions. Call for.price. 7:30 pm- Arthur Murray
Dance Studio, 1153 N Federal Hwy, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-561-3262.
Tae Kwon Do: An instructional session in the
martial art is conducted for ages 5-12 (6 pm) and
ages 13 and older (7 pm) every Tue. $20 per
month, Bass Park DeGraffenreidt Center, 2750
NW 19th St, Fort Lauderdale, 954-739-8498.
Ytoga Retreat: The hour of gentle stretching,
relaxation, and meditation is held every Tue. $7.
8:30 am. Wild Oats Community Market, 2501
E Sunrise Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-566-9333.
Wednesday, June 30
Adult Acting: See Mon.
Adult Beginning Tap Dance: Students learn
Broadway style, street tap, and more every Wed.
$10. 8-9:30 pm. University Center For the
Performing Arts, 2240 SW 70th Aye, Davie,
954-475-3000.
Adult Jazz Dance Class: The weekly Wed lessons
culminate in a year-end performance. $40 per
month. 7:15 pm. That’s Dancing, 6169 Jog Rd,
A-13, Lake Worth, 561-642-9677.
Ashtanga Yoga: 6 pm. See Sat.
Ballroom Dancing: Adult beginner-to-intermediate
social and ballroom steps are taught every Wed.
$3.50 per class. 6:30 pm. Hagén Park, 509
NE 22nd Dr, Wilton Manors, 954-390-2130.
Capoeira : See Fri.
Cardiovascular Health: Ongoing series on
preventing, controlling, and reversing heart
disease meets every Wed, $35 for four classes.
5:30-7 pm. Florida Institute For Cardiovascular
Care, 6100 Hollywood Blvd, Ste 104, Hollywood,
954-967-6550.
Ceramics: The seven-week class for adults is
offered every Wed, and registration is ongoing,
$90-$105; $15 for materials. 9:30-11 am. Young at
Art Children’s Museum, 11584 State Rd 84, Davie,
954-424-0085..
Concealed Firearms License Course: See Sat.
Dancercize Class: 'Hie class includes a program of -
light workouts set to music to limber and
strengthen the body. Free. 7:15 pm. Pompano Park,
4001 Bailey Rd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-968-3835.
Fitness For Mom: 10 am and 6:30 pm. See Sat.
International Folk Dancing: See Sat.
Morning Jazz Dance Class: See Fri.
'Nature Drawing: Resident animals and plants at the
nature center are the subjects for student works
in the class for all ages and ability levels taught by
artist Sirce Kwai Giveon; paper and pencil are
required. $3.1 pm. Dagger Wing Nature Center,
South County Regional Park, one-half mile west of
State Road 7 off Yamato Road, Boca Raton,
561-4889953.
Newcomer Ballroom Dancing: Basic instruction for
dancers new to the style. Call for price. 8:15 pm.
Arthur Murray Dance Studio, 1153 N Federal
Hwy, FortiLauderdale, 954-561-3262.
Pregnacise: 10 am and 6:30 pm. See Sat.
Tai Chi/Qi Gong: The two styles of martial arts are
taught every Wed by Lewis Paleias. $7-$10. 9 am.
Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, 1650
Harrison St, Hollywood, 954-921-3274.
Comedy
Thursday, June 24
Ricky Kalmon: Danny Paul opens shows for comic
Kalmon today-Sun. Cover varies. 8:30 pm. Uncle
Funny’s Comedy Club, 9160 State Rd 84, Davie,
954-474-5653.
Bobby Slayton: Jim Florentine and Matt Davis open
shows for Sláyton today-Sat. Cover varies. 8 pm.
Comedy Corner, 2000 S Dixie Hwy, West Palm
Beach, 561-8381812.
Friday, June 25
Ricky Kalmon: 8:30 and 11 pm. See Thu,
Kevin Meaney: The standup performs shows today-
Sun. Cover varies. 9 pm. Bocanuts Co.medy Club,
8221 Glades Rd, Boca Raton, 561-470-6887.
Bobby Slayton: 8 and 10:30 pm. See Thu.
Saturday, June 26
Ricky Kalmon: 7 (smoke-free), 9, and 11 pm. See Thu.
Kevin Meaney: 8:30 and 10:30 pm. See Fri.
Bobby Slayton: 7 (smoke-free) and 10 pm. See Fri.
Sunday, June 27
Ricky Kalmon: 8 pm. See Thu.
Showcase Sunday: Local comedians step up to the
mic every Sun. $3,9 pm. Bocanuts Comedy Club,
8221 Glades Rd, Boca Raton, 561-4706887.
Wednesday, June 30
Workshop Wednesday: The weekly Wed class for .
aspiring comics covers joke writing, stage
presence, delivery, club etiquette, and what club
owners are looking for in a comic. $25 per month.
6:30 pm. Bocanuts Comedy Club, 8221 Glades Rd,
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Public Interest
AIDS Volunteers: People with AIDS in Broward
County need emotional support and
transportation to services. Anyone age 18 and
older with transportation is asked to volunteer.
Call 954-921-8810. *
Aleph Institute Car Donations: Program to raise
money for families and individuals in need
accepts donations of used cars, boats, and other
vehicles. Call 800-5482886.
American Cancer Society: The society seeks
volunteer drivers for its Road to Recovery
program, which transports patients to treatment
appointments, and volunteer licensed
cosmetologists for its Look Good Feel Better
program, which provides skin- and hair-care
needs to women cancer patients. Call
954-564-0880, ext 220.
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954-357-7443.
Broward Symphony Orchestra/Broward Choral
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954-771-7300.
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Coconut Creek Symphonic Pops Orchestra: The group
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conductor Ben Goldman: 954-974-9565.
Crisis Line Volunteers: Individuals are sought to
serve four hours per week as telephone
counselors and referral specialists after going
through a comprehensive training session
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Employment Training and Placement Opportunities:
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and time?. Sheridan Vocational Technical Center,
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Graves Museum of Archaeology and Natural History:
Volunteers of all ages are sought for a wide
variety of volunteer services at the museum in
Dania Beach. The museum also offers a special
educator’s membership for $30 per year, which
includes unlimited admission and access to
special educational materials. Call 954-925-7770.
Hollywood City Hall Call For Art The city’s artwork-
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artists who wish to have their work displayed in
city hall. For an application form, write: Artwork
Selection Committee, City of Hollywood, Rm 419,
PO Box 229045, Hollywood, FL 33022-9045.
Korean War Memorial: Local Korean War Veterans
chapter offers vets an opportunity to list names
on monument in Young Circle Park in Hollywood.
Call 954475-2681,
Local Band Directory: All local musical groups are
called to provide information for the Web-based
directory being compiled by the Art Institute of
Fort Lauderdale, the Broward County Library,
and the Southeast Florida Library Information
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Low-Cost Smoking Cessation Program: The Stop
Smoking Center offers a treatment program for
low-income individuals at many area medical
centers and hospitals. To make a reservation at a
convenient hospital, call 888-246-8044.
North Ridge Medical Center Volunteers: The center
seeks volunteers to help with patient
transportation and to work at the snack bar, gift
shop, information desk, and hospitality desk. Call
954-776-6000, ext 4430.
Retired and Senior Volunteer Program: People age 55
and older are needed to volunteer in areas of
education, public safety, environmental issues, and
health and human services. Call 954-563-8991,
Rotary Scholarships: Rotary Foundation
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independence, seeks,donations of food, furniture,
and clothing. Call 954-566-3004 for pickup.
Small Band Search: Small bands interested in
performing during City of Hollywood Parks,
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Attractions
Bonnet House: Subtropical estate, former home of
artists Frederic and Evelyn Bartlett, on 35 acres
with orchids, swans, and monkeys. $8-$9. 900
Ñ Birch Rd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-563-5393.
Broward County Historical Commission: Displays,
photo exhibitions, library, archives, and artifacts
. from Broward County’s past. Free. 151SW 2nd St,
Fort Lauderdale, 954-7654670.
Buehler Planetarium: Observatory with guided
exploration of astronomy and space. $4-$5.
Broward Community College Central Cámpus,
3501 SW Davie Rd, Davie, 954-475-6680.
Butterfly World: One of the world’s largest butterfly
collections, with thousands in their natural
habitat. $6-$10.95. Tradewinds Park, 3600
W Sample Rd, Coconut Creek, 954-977-4400.
Castaway Island: New water park for kids features
a 9000-square-foot interactive playground with a
jungle gym in a one-and-a-half-foot-deep pool with
Six slides, water cannons, and a rain curtain, plus
a 3000-squaré-foot swimming lagoon for kids age
3 and under. $3 for a one-hour, fifty-minute
session in the playground and unlimited time in
the swimming lagoon, or $2 for unlimited lagoon
time only. 9 am to 5 pm on weekends and
holidays. Topeekeegee Yugnee Park, 3300 N Park
Rd, Hollywood, 954-985-1980.
' City of Ceerfield Beach Arboretum: Tours of the “tree
zoo” are conducted at 10 am on the first Fri of
every month or by appointment, and the site is '
always open to the public for self-guided tours.
Free. Daylight hours. Constitution Park, 2841
W Hillsboro Blvd, Deerfield Beach, 954-4804494.
Everglades Holiday Park: Airboat rides ($6-$13),
Seminole Indian camp tours, alligators, and other
wildlife. Park admission free. 21940 Griffin Rd,
West Broward, 954434-8111.
Flamingo Gardens: Botanical Gardens, groves, and
a nature center in a jungle setting, with the option
of walking or taking a one-and-a-half-hour
narrated tram tour. Call for price. 3750 Flamingo
Rd, Davie, 954473-2955.
Fox Observatory: Open to the public for stargazing
every Sat and for special viewing during
astronomical events. Free. Evenings. Markham
Park, 16001W State Rd 84, Sunrise, 954-389-2000.
Funscape: Entertainment arcade for kids includes
laser tag, miniature golf, simulated roller coaster
bumper cars, simulated motion theater, video
arcade, food court, and more. $11.95-$16.95 per
day (or purchase tickets for individual
attractions). 6501 N Andrews Blvd, Cypress
Creek, 954-958-9144.
Grand Prix Race-O-Rama: Go-kart racing, miniature
golf, batting cages, and bumper cars. Various
prices for each activity. 1500 NW 1st St, Dania
Beach, 954-921-1411.
International Game Fish Association Fishing Hall of
Fame and Museum: The museum houses the records
repository for the association’s list of world-class
catches, as well as labs, interactive fishing displays,
and galleries devoted to fish, tackle, conservation,
and recreational fishing, and the 60,000-square-foot
building is situated on the 51-acre Sportsman’s
Park complex, where wetlands and a marina also
serve museum visitors. $5-$9.300 Gulf Stream
Way, Dania Beach, 954-9224212.
International Swimming Hall of Fame/Aquatic
Complex: Collection of historic aquatic
memorabilia, photos, films, and statues of famous
swimmers adjoins the gigantic pool and diving
facility. $2-$3. 501 Atlantic Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954468-1580.
Knollwood Groves: Citrus trees are planted on 30
acres, and visitors can tour the grounds, packing
plant, and gift shop and take in an alligator-
education show. $3-$5. 8053 Lawrence Rd,
Boynton Beach, 800-222-9696.
Kolb Aquarium: Anne Kolb Nature Center patrons
can get a close-up view of the center’s 3500-gallon
saltwater tank during “Aquarium: Behind the
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The Escape! arcade, and dozens of restaurants and
shops. Prices vary. Las Olas Boulevard and SW 1st
Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, 954-522-6556.
Lion Country Safari: Park features giraffes, .
elephants, zebras, gibbons, chimpanzees, and — of
course — lions that roam the 500-acre preserve
while visitors watch them from their vehicles, plus
boat rides, petting zoo, animal nursery, reptile
exhibit, picnic area, and campgrounds. $9.95-
$14.95.2003 Don Country Safari Rd, Loxahatchee,
561-793-1084.
Miami Museum of Science & Space Transit
Planetarium: “Star Trek: The Planetarium
Experience.” IMAX multimedia show based on the
popular TV series. “CyberCity.” Interactive
exhibition that explores the latest computer
technology. Ongoing. $5.50-$9. 3280 S Miami Ave,
Miami, 305-854-4247.
Museum of Discovery and Science: The newest
exhibition, “It's All in Your Head,” examines the
human brain via an interactive “road map” through
the mind that incorporates the senses of sight,
sound and touch; other interactive, themed
exhibition areas include “Gizmo City,” “Florida
Ecoscapes,” “KidScience,” “Space Base,” “Choose
Health,” “Sound,” and “No Place Like Home.”
Ongoing. $5-$6.401 SW 2nd St, Fort Lauderdale,
954467-6637.
Old Dillard School Mussum: Emphasizes cultural and
historical awareness of black history, focusing on
the heritage of the Old Dillard Community while
working to build multicultural relationships through
the arts and educational programs. Free! 1001
NW 4th St, Fort Lauderdale, 954-765-6952.
Riverwallc Development along the New River linking
Las Olas Boulevard’s historic/entertainment district
with Fort Lauderdale’s science district and the
Broward Center For the Performing Arts. Free.
954468-1541.
Seminole Indian Reservation: Authentic Seminole
Indian village, shows, and exhibits. $5.3551N State
Rd 7, Hollywood, 9549614519.
South Florida Science Museum: The current main
exhibition is “Not of This World—A Journey to the
Planets,” which features samples of space rocks
and interactive displays (through Sep 12), and
ongoing features include “Weather,” “light
& Color,” “Sound & Resonance,” “Energy
& Electricity,” and “Brain Teasers,” as well as
McGinty Aquarium, Aldrin Planetarium, and
Gibson Observatory. $3-$5.4801 DreherTrl N,
West Palm Beach, 561-832-1988.
Stranahan House: Tours are offered at historic turn-
of-the-century house — the oldest residence in
Broward County—preserved as a museum and
furnished in antiques from the era. $2-$5. Las Olas
Boulevard at the New River Tunnel, Fort
Lauderdale, 9545244736.
Young at Art Children's Museum: Art center and
museum offers fun, educational experience for
children of all ages, including exhibitions and
hands-on activities. $3.50-$4.11584 State Rd 84,
Davie, 9544240085.
Hotlines
Adults in Distress: Offers support groups for Adult
Children of Alcoholics members and those in
codependent situations, 9544346770.
AIDS Hotline of Broward County: 9545374111.
Alzheimer’s Association: Broward County Chapter,
954726-0002; Palm Beach County Chapter,
561-^6-2699.
American Cancer Society: Broward County,
954-5640880; Palm Beach County, 561-3947751.
Anti-Cult Hotline: For help leaving a'cult or for
families of cult members, 800-572-0372.
Broward County Crisis Line: 954467-6333.
CDC Rational AIDS Hotline: 800-342-2437 (English),
800-3447432 (Spanish), 800-243-7889 (TTY
services for the deaf).
Childhelp USA National Child Abuse Hotline:
8004-A-CHILD.
Coalition For Hypertension Education and Control:
800-6644447.
Cocaine Hotline: 800-COCAINE.
Deaf Services Bureau: 800-955-8770 (voice line
through Florida Relay Service).
Dial-A-Star: Astronomical hotline of sunrise and
sunset times, moon movements, star positions
and special astronomical events, 954475-6734.
Drugs, Alcohol, and Troubled Teens: 800443-3784.
Florida Bar Lawyer Referral Service: 800-342-8011.
Florida HIV/AIDS Hotline: 800-FLA-AIDS (English),
800-545-SIDA (Spanish), 800-AIDS-101 (Haitian Creole).
Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous: The group
serves Broward and Palm Beach counties with
referrals and regularly scheduled meetings,
954359-7110 or 561-968-1232.
Hepatitis-B Hotline: 800-891-0707.
Hunger Hotline: Helps locate emergency food
resources, 800-329-FOOD.
Jewish Family Services of Broward County: '
954-370-2140 or 954-966-0956.
Legal Hotline For Older Floridians: 800-252-5997.
March of Dimes National Resource Center:
888-MODIMES.
National AIDS Hotline: 800-342-AIDS.
National Cancer Institute Hotline: 954721-7600.
National Food Addiction Hotline: 800-872-0088.
Palm Beach County Crisis Line: 561-547-1000.
Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays:
561-272-1634.
Sexual Harassment Outreach and Education Project:
888-545-9798.
SIDS Hotline: Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
information and referral, 800-221-SIDS.
South Florida HealthLine: 800-624-3365.
Therapy: Offers free seminars on a variety of
mental health issues, 800-843-7277.
Wellness Center of South Florida: HIV/AIDS
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Daddy Love
By Hal Hinson
The new Adam Sandler comedy, Big Daddy, isn’t just
the funniest movie of the summer, it’s also the most
improbable feel-good movie of the season. It’s im-
probable because practically everything about
Adam Sandler seems so unlikely, so strangely back-
ássward. His whole phenomenal career “ft from Bit-
ly Madison to Happy Gilmore, from The Waterboy to-
The Wedding Singer — appears to have come to pass
less by design than by divine fluke. And the positive
energy — I don’t know what else to call it—coming
off of Big Daddy is no exception. In a comedy the
poster for which might easily generate yowls of
protest — it features Sandler and his tiny “adopted
son” peeing on a wall — the prevailing spirit is
somehow one of sweetness, caring, and genuine up-
lift. And not the sort of cheap, manipulative emotion
that insults your intelligence, either. Who’d have
thunk it?
What’s remarkable, too, is that the “kinder, gen-
tier” Adam Sandler who was first on display in The
Wedding Singer and appears in full blossom here in
Big Daddy, isn’t a “softer” Adam Sandler. None of
his sharp edges has been blunted, none of his rau-
cous outrageousness domesticated.
The picture begins in New York City at the down-
town apartment that Sandler, in the role of Sonny
Koufax, part-time tollbooth operator and full-time
layabout, shares with his lawyer roommate Kevin
Qon Stewart). Like Kevin, Sonny has also graduated
law school but at this point in his life can’t bring
himself to begin his practice..Instead he con-
tinues to live as he did in law school, funding'
his preadult indulgence with the settlement
awarded by the court when a car ran over
his foot.
By now, though, Sonny’s girlfriend, Vanessa
(Kristy Swanson), is tired of playing law school
and issues Sonny an ultimatum: Either Sonny -
demonstrates his desire to, as she puts it,
“move on to the next stage,” or she walks.
- It’s a tough choice, but no sooner have the
words left her mouth than a possible solution pre-
sents itself. It comes in the form of an adorable five-
year-old boy named Julian (played by twins Cole and
Dylan Sprouse), who shows up on Sonny’s doorstep
with no introduction except a note from his mom. As
it turns out, Kevin is Julian’s real father, but since
Kevin has just left home for an extended business
trip in China, the responsibility for the boy’s daily
needs falls to his roommate. At first Sonny sees Jo-
ban’s arrival as a godsend. But when Vanessa fails
to share in his excitement
over their instant family sta-
tus and ends their relation--
ship, his mood rapidly cy-
cles to despair.
Up to this point, Sandler
and his cowriters,"Steve
Franks and Tim Herlihy,
score most of their laughs
routinely off pee-pee and
vomit jokes. But after a
fight with his own dad (Joe
Bologna), Sonny’s child-
rearing technique gets a
radical overhaul, and the
comedy becomes smarter
and multilayered. Con-
vinced that the “father
knows best” approach is
a proven loser, Sonny de-
cides to let the kid make
most of his important life-
choices for himself. For ex-
ample, his name, Julian. He
probably had nothing to do
with that, and so he picks a
name of his own: Franken-
stein. Also, Julian's... ah, Frankenstein’s clothing
choices are his own, which makes for some pretty
hilarious outfits, including one in which a colander
serves as a hat.
Overall, Sandler’s interactions with the boy give
him a chance to demonstrate his oddball take on
life, but it’s not until Sonny begins to build a rela-
tionship with Layla Qoey Lauren Adams) that we be-
come aware of just how unique a breed of cat he is.
Sandler demonstrates that a§
soft heart doesn't necessarily go
hand-in-hand with a soft head,
It is in his scenes with Adams — who, with her
squeaky-toy voice and radiant ear-to-ear smile, turns
out to be a pretty irresistible package herself— that
Sandler lets us in on what makes Sonny tick. (It
was the same with Drew Barrymore in The Wedding
Singer .) And not only is Sonny more relaxed and
confident — and therefore more appealing — in
these scenes, but he also comes across as someone
with a definite set of values. Maybe he doesn’t think
things through as much as he should, but he also is
not some jerk who just drifts through life without a
clue. He may have postponed some of the tougher
choices in his life, but when the time comes for de-
cisiveness, he has the character to pull his life to-
gether to get what he wants.
The first real challenge in Sonny’s life comes
when the state reclaims Julian, and Sonny has to
go to court in order to get him back. It is precisely
this sort of sequence that audiences don’t expect
to see — or expect to see done well — in
an Adam Sáftdler film. But not only is the
sequence done well \— director Dennis
Dugan’s staging is particularly good here
— there is one scene between Sonny and
his father that also manages to be genuinely
moving. During moments such as these,
Sandler demonstrates that a soft heart,
mSi something he shares with almost all the
great film comedians, doesn’t necessarily
go hand-in-hand with a soft head. And fur-
thermore he shows that emotion and depth of feel-
ing need not be an enemy to comedy. Of course no
one wants Adam Sandler to stop making “dumb”
movies. It’s when he’s dumb that he’s most bril-
liant. What Sandler and his collaborators have ere-
ated in Big Daddy may sound like a contradiction,
but it isn’t; it’s a hilarious, dumb compdy that’s
smart enough to be something more. And all it
does is make him the most soulful — and the fun-
niest—comic in the business. CD
â–² Adam Sandler
is a tollbooth
operator with a
heart of gold
Big Daddy.
Directed by
Dennis Dugan.
Written by
Steve Franks,
Tim Herlihy, and
Adam Sandier.'
Starring Sandier,
Joey Lauren Adams,
Jon Stewart,
Joe Bologna, I
Kristy Swanson,
and Cole and
Dylan Sprouse.
The Lucky
Bidder
Beware
By Andy Klein
Anthology films are an odd-duck genre:
Although there once was a time — now
long gone — when books of short stories
were published with nearly the frequency
of novels, their cinematic equivalent has
never amounted to even 1 percent of the
fictional films released. You could argue
that Pulp Fiction counts as an anthology,
but its stories are too inextricably inter-
twined. Far at the other end of the spec-
trum are true anthology films, like The Yel-
low Rolls-Royce, Twilight Zone — The Movie,
and Tales From the Hood.
On that loosely improvised spectrum,
The Red Violin falls about two-thirds of the
way toward the latter films. It comprises
five stories, one of which also serves as a
framing device for the other four. As in the
amusing 1993 Twenty Bucks, the separate
narratives, are linked by the titular object.
But while Twenty Bucks eventually man-
aged to bring its stories together a little,
The Red Violin makes its central spine a
mystery... a mystery that is cleverly re-
vealed near the end.
The film starts in Montreal, where an auc-
tioneer (Colm Feore) is about to start the
bidding on a reddish-tinted violin, which, we
learn, is the most fabled and sought-after
instrument of its kind in the world. Among
those in attendance are Charles Morritz
(Samuel L. Jackson), the expert who has
authenticated it, and Evan Williams (Don
McKellar), the techie who aided him. Each
time we meet one of the prime bidders, the
film flashes back to reveal the incident that
has inspired him or her to pony up millions
for this 300-year-old curio.
First we go to Cremona, where master
violinmaker Nicolo Bussotti (Carlo Cec-
chi) is putting the finishing touches on the
instrument. His pregnant wife visits a tarot
reader, who foretells a grim, exciting, and
impossibly incident-filled fate for the
young woman.
A hundred years later, the violin turns
up in an Austrian monastery, where mas-
ter music teacher Georges Poussin (Jean-
Luc Bideau) discovers a dazzling six-year-
old prodigy (Christoph Koncz). Another
hundred years pass before the instrument
makes it way into the hands of Frederick
Pope (Jason Flemyng), a famous virtuoso-
composer who is the classical equivalent
of a pop star. And 70 years later it shows
up in Shanghai, where its presence threat-
ens to bring the wrath of the Cultural Rev-
olution down on its owner (Sylvia Chang).
In all these stories, the violin is the cat-
alyst for catastrophe — it seems to carry
a curse, as repeated flashbacks to the
tarot reading emphasize. Finally we are
brought back to the weeks before the auc-
tion, where we follow Morritz’s discovery
of the violin and his eventual unraveling of
its secret.
The Red Violin arrives here on the
strength of both its cast and the success of
32 June 24-30,1999 New Times Broward * Palm Beach


Jason Flemyng and Greta Scacchi make beautiful music with the unlucky instrument
director-cowriter Francois Girard’s last ef-
fort, Thirty Two Short Films About Glenn
Gould. The two films have more in com-
mon than their musical subject matter;
Glenn Gould was another fragmented nar-
rative, presenting brief elliptical sketches
in hopes of capturing at least some notion
of the eccentric pianist.
The earlier film was like a postmodern
or cubist portrait of its subject. The Red
Violin is far less daring. The sum of its
parts may constitute a mystery and a solu-
tion, but it’s a completely fictional and ar-
bitrary one. Without the contrast of a real-
life focus, the movie is more abstract: We
are inevitably faced with the question of
why we should be interested in this make-
believe object and its history.
The obvious answer is that storytelling
is its own reward; an engaging narrative
needs no other justification. But the narra-
five better be engaging if the entire exer-
cise is to have any aesthetic purpose, and
in the case of The Red Violin, the film-
makers just barely squeak by. Girard has
mounted a handsome production, featur
ing several first-rate actors. (Either an
uncredited Minnie Driver or her double
shows up in a cameo as a gypsy.) He wise-
ly obtained composer John Corigliano
and violinist Joshua Bell to contribute to
the score.
But, that said, I suspect the film’s tex-
ture and structure are more a result of the
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conclude this weekend at the Broward County Main
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listed in the order they will be screened; the screen-
ing begins at the time listed after the first film each
day. Admission is $6 per evening (not per film). Call
954-563-9500 for more information.
Friday, June 25
Yellow Fever. In Raymond Yeung’s* charming 1996
short, a gay Chinese Anglophile living in London
is ashamed of his attraction to his new neighbor
from Taiwan — until his female friend-cum-
spiritual adviser gives him á clue. 7:30 pm.
Gay Cuba: Using archival footage to explain how
three decades of conflict and change have
contributed to the lives of gay and lesbian Cubans
in 1995, Sonja de Vries’ candid documentary also
presents a colorful portrait of today’s gay Cubans.
Chocolate Babies: When stately, conservative city
councilman Melvin Freeman finds himself the
target of outrageous HIV-positive drag queens
and super-queers of color, he never suspects that
his adorable assistant Sam is their mole. Soon
Freeman finds himself bound and gagged in a
hysterical kidnap plot in this 1998 film by director
Stephen Winter, who has crafted a comic film that
nonetheless is a reminder that AIDS is not a thing
of the, past.
Sunday, June 27
Queer Son: In a deeply personal 1994
documentary, Vickie Seitchik interviews a diverse
group of parents of gays, interweaving their
stories with discussions with her own son, and
through the parents’ comments we learn how
they moved from fear and isolation to activism in
defense of the children they love. 6 pm.
Dakan: Sori and Manga are in love, and everyone j
knows it in this 1997 African film (in French and
Malinke with English subtitles), Through the
masterful direction of Mohammed Camara, the lust
and longing are palpable even to the audience in
this first West African film about love between men.
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The following capsule reviews are written and initialed
by David Ehrenstein, Bill Gallo, Glenn Gaslin, Hal Hinson,
Scott Kelton Jones, Andy Klein, M.V. Moorhead, Jean Op-
penheimer, and Patrick Williams. (Unsigned capsules are
for movies that have not been reviewed.) For information
about movie times and locations, see “Showtimes.”
Opening
Big Daddy (PG-13): Reviewed in this issue.
An Ideal Husband (PG-13): British writer-director
Oliver Parkér has the nerve to meddle with Oscar
Wilde’s sublime force — and the skill to pull it off. A
tweedy drama professor or two may protest, but the
political, social, and linguistic adjustments Parker
makes to the tangled tale of a seemingly spotless
member of Parliament with a dark secret in his past
give it fresh relevance without betraying the original.
Need we look any further that the recent chicaneries
at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue to affirm Wilde’s
timeless grasp of the human comedy? Here’s a great
cast: Jeremy Northám as the beleaguered Sir Robert
Chiltern, Cate Blanchett (sans crown) as his loving
but puritanical wife, Boogie Nights star Julianne
Moore as the conniving blackmailer, Mrs. Cheveley,
and — best of all — Rupert Everett as the seemingly
feckless playboy Lord Arthur Goring, who turns out
to be Chiltern’s best friend and the hero of our story.
This hugely entertaining comedy should be required
viewing for Bill and Monica, Ken Starr, and both
houses of Congress. Failing that, let’s see it as a
welcome antidote to the crash-bang summer
blockbusters and a buoyant refurbishment of a
classic. (Bill Gallo)
Limbo (R): There are some things to like in John
Sayles’ Alaskan survival drama in which an ex-
salmon fisherman with guilty memories, an itinerant
lounge singer with a lousy voice, and the singer’s
melancholy teenage daughter do battle with the
forces of nature while stranded on a remote island.
The film has a contemplative energy you won’t" find
in the summer blockbusters, and there are terrific
performances by young Vanessa Martinez, as the
troubled girl, and Kris Kristofferson, as a seedy f
bush pilot. But the rather urbane David Strathairn,
as the fisherman, and Mary. Elizabeth Mastrantonio,
as the neurotic singer, are badly miscast, Sayles
( Matewan, Lone Star ) also indulges in the same
blunt instructional tone* that characterizes his
weaker films: We “learn” here that fish suffocate in
air, people in water, and that most of us are caught
in a limbo between a past life and a future one, Or
between alienation and love. And—This just in! —
Alaska is America’s last frontier, where people are
constantly reinventing themselves. (B.G.) 3
The Bed Violin (U): Reviewed in this issue.
South Park: Bigger, longer, and Uncut (R): The boys from
the animated TV series by Trey Parker and Matt
Stone are sent to military school. Opens Wed, Jun 30.
Wild Wild West (PG-13): New twist on the Old West is
directed by Barry Sonnenfeld and stars Will Smith,
Kevin Kline, Kenneth Branagh, and Salfrfo Hayek.
Opens Wed, Jun 30.
Ongoing
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Ble (PG-13): This
sequel to the shockingly successful International
Man of Mystery kills whatever charm the first movie
had by recycling its few serviceable bits and filling
the other 85 or so minutes with a dreary series of
celebrity cameos (Tim Robbins as the. President?!),
product plugs (Virgin Megastore, Philips
Electronics), dick jokes, and extended explorations
of the humorous side of the bowel. This time,
Austin’s nemesis, Dr. Evil — also played by Mike
Myers — creates a time machine that allows him to
travel back to 1969 to steal the frozen Austin’s mojo,
the mysterious force that drives his libido. A flaccid
1999 Austin follows Dr. Evil in his own time machine
— a psychedelically painted VW Beetle — to get
back his mojo and stop Dr. Evil’s plan to hold the
world hostage with a giant, moon-based laser.
Created by physicist Alan Parsons, the laser is
called .—you guessed it—the Alan Parsons
Project. Whaf s new here is thinner, more
predictable, and far more coarse than the first film. |
(In one scene, Austin winds up drinking from a
coffee cup filled with diarrhea, then leaves his upper
lip covered in the liquid brown.) The rest borrows
wholesale from the previous movie; if you liked a
gag from the first, don’t worry, because it shows up
four more times in this one. (Patrick Williams)
Besieged (R): Bernardo Bertolucci’s Besieged is a
movie of enthralling visual poetry. Set almost
entirely inside a ravishing Roman villa, it is a love
story played out in furtive glances and stolen looks
by characters on opposite sides of the ethnic divide.
Culturally, Mr. Kinsky (David Thewlis) and
Shandurai (Thandie Newton) couldn’t be more
different. Kinsky is an accomplished pianist who
dedicates himself completely to his music. By day
Shandurai, who immigrated to Italy from her
African homeland after the imprisonment of her
husband, works as a cleaning woman for Mr.
Kinsky; at night she attends university in order to
complete her medical degree. While Shandurai goes
about her chores, the reclusive Kinsky practices his
piano, filling the villa with exquisite music. What
soon becomes clear, though, is that Kinsky is trying
to make contact with the young African beauty and,
rather than do so directly, is attempting to reach out
through his music. Bertolucci has never worked -
with the simplicity, discipline, or siibtlety that he
shows here. The impact of Besieged is that of a short
story. Still, Bertolucci and his co-scenarist, Clare
Peplóe, have built a political dimension into the
developing relationship between the protagonists,
placing pointed emphasis on the fact that Kinsky is
from the West and Shandurai from the emerging
current state of film financing than of any
inherent thematic need. The Red Violin
reeks of the International Coproduction
Syndrome: The settings are determined
by the needs of the entities putting up the
money. Officially, this is a Canadian/Ital-
ian coproduction, but it was also funded
by New Line, England’s Channel Four,
and the Vienna Film Financing Fund.
(Somewhere in the background, there just
has to have been Chinese participation
as well.)
As a result The Red Violin’s mandated
narrative is carried more by stylistic and
structural tricks than by much of a plot.
With so much leaping around in time and
such a speedy resolution to each individ-
ual segment, it's unlikely that anyone will
be bored. But it’s just as unlikely that any-
one will be swept off his or her feet, either.
The Red Violin. Directed by Francis Girard. Written
by Girard and Don McKellar. Starring Samuel L.
Jackson, Don McKellar, Jason Flemyng, Greta
Scacchi, Sylvia Chang, Carlo CecChi, Jean-Luc
Bideau, and Christoph Koncz.
Third World. The atmosphere that Bertolucci has
created is rarified and cultured without being
enervating. As Shandurai, Thandie Newton is a
revelation. She is a fearless, electrifying actress.
And David Thewlis works with tremendous
simplicity and authority. When Kinsky sits at the
piano, you feel as if you can read the music in his
fece, and when he is with Shandurai, his fragility
and openness are heartbreaking. (Hal Hinson)
The General's Daughter (R): Director Simon West
(Con Air) likes the kind of closeups that bore into
an actor’s face, exposing every clogged pore and
mascara smudge. In his new thriller, starring John
Travolta and Madeleine Stowe, his camera also
tracks in to capture the thick layer of sweat coating
the skin of both officer and enlisted man on duty at
Fort MacCallum in the remote bogs of coastal
Georgia, Where the action is set Travolta plays Paul
Brenner, a good-old-boy detective with the Army’s
Criminal Investigation Division. He boasts a thick-
as-gravy Southern accent, the stump of a stogy, and
a shit-eatin’ grin. No sooner is he finished with one
undercover job than an even bigger one lands in his
lap. Because of the special circumstances of this
murder, Brenner is joined in the investigation by a
rape specialist with the CID named Sarah Sunhill
(Stowe). From the moment Sunhill comes on board,
it becomes clear that she and Brenner are anything
but strangers. For the audience this is a blessing,
bécause the banter between them makes their
scenes together the funniest—and the sexiest— in
the film. As Brenner, Travolta may look heavier than
usual and rumpled from the humidity, but the actor
has seldom been sharper or more focused in his
work, Both physically mid intellectually, he’s a
formidable presence. His first meeting with James
Woods, who plays everyone’s primary suspect, is a
tour de force for both performers and easily the
movie’s most electrifying scene. In general it’s good
that the level of the acting in the film is so high,
because the further we are drawn into the story, the
more preposterous and less satisfying the movie
becomes. To his credit West and his collaborators
— cinematographer Peter Menzies, Jr., and
production designer Dennis Washington — have
given the film a beautiful, haunted look, in which the
landscape seems almost to be rotting before your
very eyes. This, together with Carter Burwell’s
destabilizing, gutbucket blues score, makes nearly
every frame Seem eerie and threatening, as if at any
moment violence is ready to spring. (H.H.)
Get Real (R): With Beautiful Thing, Like It Is, and
now Get Real, it would seem the British have the
gay teenage “Coming out” film down pat Maybe too ,
pat. Like its predecessors this tale of teenage love is
well shot, well directed, and well acted. But the
script (adapted by Patrick Wilde from his own play),
while sometimes touching, more often suggests the
Afterschool Special That Dare Not Speak Its Name.
A high-school student (Ben Silverstone),
remarkable for the ease with he’s adjusted to his
sexual orientation, finds himself increasingly
impatient with a world that doesn’t have a place for
him. Push comes to shove when he begins an affair
with the school’s seriously closeted Sports God
(Brad Gorton), who’s as terrified of himself as he is
of letting anyone else know about the romance.
New Times Broward • Palm Beach June 24-3D, 1999 33


Director Simon Shore gets a lot of dramatic mileage Over the sight of
the younger, slighter Silverstone holding so much power over the
slightly older and much larger Gorton. Amusing too is the hero’s best
friend (Charlotte Brittain) a gawky, overweight, but alarmingly
forthright and intelligent young woman who’s wise to the fact that the
course of true love never runs smooth. In fact, Shore might have done
better to build an entire film around this character, whose personal and
societal difficulties are far more severe than those of the lead couple.
Her dry asides pack more punch than the big telling-the-whole-school-
off speech the hero gets. “I never knew you were such a drama
queen!” she quips. Better than Like It Is but not quite as good as
Beautiful Thing, Get Real will doubtless find favor with gay teenagers
everywhere — provided they can muster enough courage to go up to
the box office and ask for atickeL (David Ehrenstein)
Hideous Kinky (R): Adapted from a novel by British writer Esther Freud
(granddaughter of Sigmund), this tale of English wanderlust in the
early 70s charts the vagabond existence of two young sisters whose
counterculture mother has taken them to Marrakesh in search of
adventure and spiritual enlightenment. Kate Winslet, sporting long,
dark hair, no makeup, and loose, formless dresses, plays the free-
thinking Julia, who has left the drab confines of London for the exotic
promises of Morocco, with its colorful streets and town squares
teeming with life. Five-year-old Lucy (newcomer Carrie Mullan, an
absolute natural in front of the camera) adapts easily to her new life but
seven-year-old Bea (Bella Riza, also excellent in her screen debut)
finds their hand-to-mouth existence unsettling and yearns for a more
stable environment. The family hooks up with a gregarious street
performer named Bilal (Said Taghmaoui, star of La Heine) who
becomes Julia’s lover and the girls’ surrogate father. Julia is torn
between her own longing for adventure and her maternal duties,
especially when Bea’s unhappiness takes an alarming turn. Directed
by Gillies MacKinnon ( Regeneration, Trojan Eddie), the film is well
acted (you can’t take your eyes off the two little girls) and sumptious to
look at, but it never establishes a consistent point of view. Freud’s
novel is told through a child’s eyes. MacKinnon and his screenwriting
brother Billy MacKinnon can’t seem to decide whose story it is: Julia’s,
whose Bohemian dreams may collide with her children’s welfare;
Bilal’s, who develops a growing sense of responsibility and emotional
maturity when confronted with taking care of his new family; or the
children’s, each of whom perceives their experience so differently.
Although the film fails td coalesce as the filmmakers intended, it
proves a captivating journey nonetheless. (Jean Oppenheimer)
Instinct (R): In an early scene in the Jon Turteltaubfilm Instinct, the
brilliant primatologist Ethan Powell (Anthony Hopkins) is being
returned to the United States from Rwanda, where for several years he
has been engaged in a close study of mountain gorillas, with whom he
lived as one of their own. While in the bush, the doctor’s gorilla family
is brutally attacked by a group of Rwandan rangers. Rather than allow
the animals to be slaughtered, Powell springs to their defense and in
the process kills two of the rangers. As a result, he is being
incarcerated in a maximum-security hellhole in Florida, where he-will
remain until it is determined whether or not he is sane enough to stand
trial. This task falls into the eager hands of Theo Caulder (Cuba
Gooding, Jr.), who sees the high-profile case as his ticket to media
stardom. The bulk of the film is comprised of the sessions between the
ambitious psychiatrist and his reluctant subject. As the de-evolving
primatologist, Hopkins builds his character mainly out of recycled bits
from other performances, primarily The Silence of the Lambs. And in
the movie’s most ludicrous scene, there’s even a tiny hint of Picasso as
the prisoner uses chalk to sketch out the history of the world on the
wall of his cell. With actors as dynamic as these two facing off against
Minnie Driver keeps an eye open for An Ideal Husband in an adaptation
of Oscar Wilde's play that's as timely today as it was in 1895
each other, it’s impossible for the picture to be completely without
fireworks. But Gooding’s role is toó dour for him to express his lusty
extroversion. And Hopkins is not phoning it in, he’s sending it by Pony
Express. (H.H.)
The King of IKasks (U): Aging street performer Wang (Zhu Xu) wanders
the villages of 1930s China displaying the dying art of “change-face
opera” — a sort of quick-change magic act in which he changes masks
seemingly instantaneously. He is the last practitioner of this skill, the
secret of which is a closely guarded family heirloom. But his only child
has long since died; and, as he is reminded by opera star Liang (Zhao
Zhigang), who attempts to recruit him for his troupe, he isn’t getting
any younger. If he doesn’t pass his technique
along soon, it will die with him. So Wang visits a
neighborhood where desperately impoverished .
parents sell their children and buys Doggie
(Zhou Ren-Ying), an adorable seven-year-old
boy. He and Doggie quickly form a deep,
emotional bond, which is destroyed when he
discovers that Doggie is actually a girl—which
makes her less than worthless in that time and
place. He eventually allows Doggie to stay as his
servant, training her in opera techniques
without confiding his secrets to her. The two are
then struck by a series of catastrophes. Director
Wu Tianming, mentor to “Fifth Generation”,-.
Chinese directors like Zhang Yimou, makes a
triumphant return to filmmaking (after years.
behind a video-store counter irt Orange County)
with this heartwarming teaijerker. He
transplants the classic Silas Mamer shtick —
child warms the heart of crusty old man — into
a specific.and particularly brutal milieu, China
between the fell of the Empire and the
Revolution. Much more sentimental than The
Old Well, Wu’s best-known previous film, The
King of Masks is nonetheless a wrenching
emotional experience. (Andy Klein)
The Loss of Sexual innocence (R): Self-indulgence
masquerading as art. The new film from writer-
director Mike Figgis ( Leaving Las Vegas, One
Night Stand) joins the ranks of the worst films
ever made, a statement that may seem harsh
and heartless but that will probably strike
anyone who actually sees the picture as a gross
understatement Presented as a series of
snippets from the life of an English film director,
the movie reveals the events that have made Nic
(Julian Sands) the man he is today. All of the
episodes involve sexual matters or incidents
equating the body with feelings of shame. As a
five-yeár-old, he witnesses a disturbing sexual
situation; as a self-conscious 12-year-old, he is
shamed by his gym teacher for being fat; at 16,
now slim and attractive (in the person of .
Jonathan Rhys-Meyers), he explores his
budding sexual feelings with his hesitant, rigid
girlfriend. A certain dysfunction and unease
surrounding sex follow him even as an adult.
Intercut with these sequences are scenes of
Adam and Eve — naked throughout the film
ánd their fall from grace. The movie is tedious
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and pedantic; one extended sequence features three actors who seem
to have dropped out of a Calvin Klein advertisement: sun-drenched,
beautiful specimens with bored expressions and an air of enveloping
narcissism. Even on the most basic storytelling level the film falters.
Why give Nic blond hair as a child and again as an adult, but make him
a brunette as a 12-year-old? It takes a while to realize that the four
characters are supposed to be the same person at different ages.
Benoit Delhomme’s arresting cinematography is the film’s one
praiseworthy feature. The unusually annoying score consists of grating
piano pieces (by Mozart and Chopin, qo less) of which the simplistic,
singsong repetition of notes constitutes a musical variation of Chinese
water torture. 0-0.)
Lovers of the Arctic Circle (R): A pair of children (Sara Valiente and Peru
Medem) meet through bizarre, almost mystical circumstances; as
teens (Kristel Diaz and Victor Hugo Oliveira), they become lovers; and
as young adults (Najwa Nimri and Fele Martinez), they are parted.
They long to reunite, but even as their paths continually cross, they
always seem to just miss connecting, until the very end — the very
ambiguous end. Spanish director Julio Medem’s fourth feature — the
first to receive distribution here in the States — more than fulfills the
promise of his excellent debut, the 1992 Cows (Vacas) . The story is
intriguing, but Medem’s prime accomplishment is in the telling, not
the plot. The narrative shuttles back and forth between the point of
views of the main characters, presenting the couple’s history as
something of a jigsaw puzzle. Repeated images, themes, and even
words are studded throughout the movie in ways both clever and
evocative. It’s almost as though Medem .decided to retell the story of
Vincent Ward’s 1993 Map of the Human Heart with the technique of
Jaco van Dormael’s Toto the Hero (1991). The central difference is one
of tone: Toto’s basic world view is comic; Lovers, for all its cleverness
and wordplay, is far more grave. In general the comic view trumps the
serious nine times out of ten. But Lovers of the Arctic Circle is that other
one out of ten; it earns its gravity. (A.K.)
Hotting Hill (PG-13): Hugh Grant is charming — almost charming
enough to make one completely forgive the weak-kneed celebrity wet-
kiss that substitutes for romance in Notting Hill, the not-a-sequel-but-
hopefully-it-feels-like-one from the writing-producing team responsible
for 1994’s surprise hit romantic comedy Four Weddings and a Funeral.
As in that film, Grant plays the perpetually fumbling hangdog
EveryBrit who has never quite found true love—but finally might in
the guise of a darling American girl. This time the darling American
girl is the biggest movie star in the world, Anna Scott, cast
appropriately enough as the Pretty Woman herself, Julia Roberts.
From the moment Anna ducks out of Hugh Grant’s unsuccessful
bookstore, impetuously leaving him with a kiss and kindling a
romance— Poof. — out of thin air, Notting Hill rarely veers far from
its amusing but rote romantic-comedy conventions. Julia Roberts, as
Anna, might as well be sitting down for a Vanity Fair interview and
photo shoot as Julia Roberts. She brings nothing to the role besides
her own star power. And when the film does try to offer a peek
beneath the surface image of the Movie Star, Anna comes off as an
utter bitch — at least thatfe the impression gleaned from scenes that
don’t involve musical interludes and fuzzy montages, and there are
many of those. From the get-go Notting Hill never plays with its
potential for satire; it barely even acknowledges it,.preferring instead
to go straight for the heart while bypassing the brain altogether.
William simply-likes Anna for who she is. OK. Fine. But the question
forever remains: Why? (Scott Kelton Jones)
Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom menace (PG-13): The prequel glows
with that hard-to-nail “Star Wars feeling,” the fairy-tale sensation that
hooked so many people the first time around, and there’s no doubt that
this is the real thing — taken to a higher, more frantic level. But the
“feeling” is dim and diffused, split through a lens of ’90s crispness and
detachment, overworked and undernourished. The story revolves
around nine-year-old Anakin Skywalker, who will grow up to become^
Darth Vader, played with surprising dexterity by Jake Lloyd. Like it or
not, this is his movie. Lucas has recast his now-familiar universe
through the eyes of a young boy, building an elaborate playhouse
where the fate of the galaxy hangs on the things that a kid might think
are cool. Two Jedi, Qui-Gon Jinn (Liam Neeson) and his apprentice
Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor, doing a perfect Alec Guinness '
impersonation), are sent to settle a trade dispute involving the teenage
Queen Anúdala (Natalie Portman), whose planet is being invaded by
scrawny robots. From here Lucas launches a relentless caper where
every move becomes an excuse for another elaborate action
showstopper, an underwater chase or a masterfully staged lightsaber
dueL And then there’s Jar Jar Binks. Voiced by Ahmed Best and
carrying the weight of “comic relief,” this wacky biped is more Roger
Rabbit than Chewbacca, and his incoherent blathering reads like a
desperate attempt for kids’ attention. The technical advances alone of
The Phantom Menace, however, make it worthy of all the fuss, with
CGI creatures rubbing elbows with meat-covered actors in nearly
every scene, with planetwide cityscapes teeming with shadows and
traffic. What’s really missing can only be described as edge. The
casual abrasiveness that made fhe original trilogy’s heavy-handed
mystical voodoo palatable is gone, replaced by silly whimsy and
misplaced irony. (Glenn Gaslin)
Tarzan (G): Disney’s latest animated extravaganza is an adaptation of ’ .;
the perennial Tarzan'of the Apes, by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the least ---
politically correct of popular American authors, yet somehow most oF
the author’s racial and social elitism has been drained from the story.
So, alas, has much of the passion. Ifs been pointed out that mothers
don’t get much play in the world of Disney animated fantasy—they’re
usually either absent altogether,- as in The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, and
Beauty and the Beast, or else they’re minor background figures, as in
The Lion King. The bottomless, courageous devotion of Kala, Tarzan’s
adoptive ape-mother, to her foundling son might partly have redressed
this gap, but Kala remains a recessive figure here, and the story:
focuses on Tarzan’s conflict with the ape-clan ruler Kerchák, who,
feeling that Tarzan is a threat to the safety of the gorillas, is no longer
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so much a menace as he is one more hard-assed dad who just doesn’t
understand. No one expected — or even wanted — fidelity to all of
Burroughs’ pulpy twists and ideas. But this film reworks the theme
into one of the most maddening of modern formulas: the Search For
the Father’s Approval. Still, on the whole, this Tarzan is a fine
entertainment value. Most kids will love it, and it won’t leave adults
fidgeting. It’s beautifully made—considering the literally thousands of
names that crawl past in the end credits, it better be — and drenched
in deep, rich emerald, with sinuous tracking visuals driven forward by
pleasantly African-flavored songs from Phil Collins. Tony Goldwyn
provides the voice of the title character, and Minnie Driver is a
charming, non-syrupy Jane. The voices of Glenn Close, Rosie
O’Donnell, Lance Henriksen, Nigel Hawthorne, Brian Blessed, Alex D.
Linz, and Wayne Knight are also featured. Directed by Kevin Lima and
Chris Buck. (M.V. Moorhead)
This Is My Father (R): The Quinn brothers — actor Aidan,
cinematographer Declan, and writer-director Paul — clearly want to be
Irish storytellers, like the esteemed Gaelic bards of old. So their first
movie collaboration is loaded up with everything that seems remotely
Irish — a penniless orphan who has been taken in by dirt farmers, a
plucky colleen who flouts convention, a pair of tyrannical priests, even
a curse that causes the cursee to trip over furniture and slice the odd
finger while peeling potatoes. The whole thing, told in flashbacks, is
drenched in the most familiar Irishisms of all — sexual repression and
romantic tragedy. In other hands, the doomed love affair of Kieran
O’Day (Aidan Quinn) and Fiona Flynn (newcomer Moya Farrelly)
might have been a welcome antidote to the relentless Irish charm of
The Secret of Roan Inish or Waking Ned Devine. But the unwieldy story
clunks along in a peipetual state of gloom while Paul Quinn works
overtime at the cliché machine. James Caan costars as the unhappy
American schoolteacher who searches out his parents’ secrets on the
Old Sod. (B.G.)
Twice Upon a Yesterday (R): On the heels of the popular Sliding Doors
comes another London-set romantic fable revolving around a “what if
scenario: “What if events had gone in a different direction?” Although
Twice Upon a Yesterday contains a couple of very clever plot twists, it
relies on the same kind of conceptual sleight-of-hand as the earlier
film, which can’t help but diminish its sense of originality and wit.
Instead of two versions of the present running side by side, the new
picture gives its protagonist the chance to relive — and thus change —
the past. Unemployed actor Vic (Douglas Henshall) precipitates a
breakup with long-time girlfriend Sylvia (Lena Headey) only to realize
he can’t live without her. By then, of course, it’s too late; she is about to
marry someone else. Vic gets drunk and falls into the hands of two
magical garbage collectors who transport him back in time to the
morning of the breakup. With 20-20 hindsight Vic doesn’t make the
same mistake again. Parts of this picture are highly enjoyable; its chief
weaknesses are a script that makes Sylvia less sympathetic as the
story progresses and the characters themselves — or perhaps it’s the
actors—who prove only intermittently engaging. This is especially
true of Henshall, who, although heris playing a very different
personality type, pales in comparison to fee irresistible John Hannah of
Sliding Doors. Shot in England wife a predominantly British cast, fee
film, curiously, was written, directed, and produced by Spaniards. In
her feature debut, director Maria Ripoll shows a sure hand wife both
fee surrealistic aspects of fee story (which include a bewitching
sequence in a whimsical junkyard) and fee more mundane romantic
developments. The filmmakers were not trying to make another Like
Water For Chocolate, and it’s a pity they weren’t, as fee junkyard scene
casts a spell fee rest of the film never recaptures. (J.O.)
Showtimes
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Fort Lauderdale Area
Blockbuster IMAX 3D Theater
401SW 2nd St, Fort Lauderdale, 954467-6637
Into the Deep Thu-Fri, Mon-Wed 10:15a, 12:50p; Sat 10:0.0a, l:40p;
Sun 11:00a, 2:40p 7-rex; Back to the Cretaceous Thu-Fri, Mon-Wed
11:40, 3:05,4:30, 6:50, 8:15; Sat 11:05,12:30,2:45, 4:10, 6:30, 8:00;
Sun 12:05,1:30,3:45,6:10,7:35 Wings of Courage Thu-Fri, Mon-Wed
1:55, 5:40,9:25; Sat 5:20,9:10; Sun 5:00,8:45
Cinema Cafe
1455 SE 17th St, Fort Lauderdale, 954-522-0271
Analyze This Thu, Sat-Wed; 7:30,9:30; Fri 8:00 (Sat-Sun matinee
5:00) Cookie's Fortune Thu 6/24 only 7:00,9:30 Instinct Fri-Wed 7:00,
9:30 (Sat matinee 3:30; Sun matinee 4:15)
Coral Ridge 10
3401 NE 26th Ave, Fort Lauderdale, 954-566-9663
Austin Powers; The Spy Who ShaggedMeThu 11:15,1:35,3:45,6:00,8:15,10:30;
FriWed 1:05,1:35,3:15,3:45,5:30,6:00,7:45,8:15,10:00,10:30 (Sat matinee
11:15) *Blg Daddy Fri-Wed 1:00, 3:15, 5:35,8:00,10:25 (Sat matinee 10:45)
Ufé Is Beautiful Thu 6/24 only 1:20,4:45,7:25,10:10 The Love Letter Thu
11:30,1:45,5:00,7:45,10:20; Fri-Wed 1:20,3:30,5:45,8:00,10:10 (Fri-Sun
10:25) (Sat matinee 11:10) The Matrix Daily 1:00,4:00,7:05,9:55 The
Mummy Datiy 1:30,4:30,7:30,10:20 AtoHing /////Daily 1:40,4:45,7:30,10:15
(Thu, Sat matinee 11:00) Star Wars Episode I; The Phantom Menace Daily
1:50,5:00,7:50,10:20 (Fri-Sun 10:30) (Thu, Sat matinee 11:00) TarzanThu
11:00,1:00,3:15, 5:30,7:45,9:55; Fri-Wed 1:15,3:20,5:25,7:30,9:35
(Fri-Sun 9:45) (Sat matinee 11:00) Trippin' Daily 2:00,5:40,7:55,10:15
Galleria Cinemas
2630 E Sunrise Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-565-1883
flaftaTue-Wed 10:00a Entrapment Thu 6/24 only 2:10,4:45,7:25,
9:45 The General's Daughter Daily 1:30,2:20,4:15,5:20,7:00,8:30,
9:45 InstinctThu 2:00, 4:10,7:15,9:50; Fri-Wed 1:30, 4:15, 7:00,9:40
*Limbo Fri-Wed 1:45,4:20, 7:10,9:45
Gateway Cinema 4
1820 E Sunrise Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-763-7994
Besieged Thu 1:00,3:00, 5:00, 7:30,9:25; Fri-Wed 1:00, 5:10, 7:00
Get /tea/Thu 1:00,3:15, 5:30,7:50,10:10; Fri-Wed 3:15,5:30,8:00,
10:15 HairsprayThu 6/24 only ll:15p *An Ideal Husband Fri-Wed
1:20,3:30,5:35,7:45,9:45 The Loss of Sexual Innocence Thu 1:20,
3:40, 6:05,8:15,10:15; Fri-Wed l:00p Hotting Hill Thu 1:30,4:30, 7:30,
10:00; Fri-Wed 2:50,8:45 Pecker Fri-Wed ll:00p # The Bed Violin Fri-
Wed 1:30,4:30, 7:30,10:00
Las Olas Riverfront 23
300 SW 1st Ave, Fort Lauderdale, 954-761-9400
Not all showtimes were available at press time.
Austin Powers; The Spy Who Shagged Ato Thu 11:10,1:00,1:40,2:10,4:00,
4:30,5:00,7:00,7:30,8:00,9:15,9:45,10:15; Fri-Tue 11:05,11:25,11:40,
1:10,1:40,2:10,4:00,4:30,5:00,7:00,7:30,8:00,9:15,9:45,10:15 (Fri-
Satiate shows 11:30,12:00,12:20) *Big Daddy Fri-Tue 11:10,11:30,
11:50,1:20,1:40,2:00,4:20,4:40,5:00,7:15,7:35,8:00,9:30,9:50,10:10
(Fri-Satlate shows 12:00,12:30,1:00) EntrapmentThu 1:10,4:10,7:20,
9:55; Fri-Tue 1:10,3:50,7:20,9:55 (Fri-Satlate show 12:20) The
General's Daughter Thu 11:10,1:10,1:40,4:10,4:40,7:10,7:40,9:50,
10:20; Fri-Tue 11:05,11:25,1:30,2:00,4:10,4:40,7:10,7:40,9:50,10:20
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(Fri-Satlate show 12:30) Get Real Thu 11:20,1:30,
4:30,7:30,10:10; Fri-Tue 11:15,1:30,4:25,7:30,
10:10 (Fri-Satlate show 12:30) ft»Thu 6/24 only
11:30,2:20,'5:10,8:10,10:20 InstinctThu 11:10,1:10,
1:40,3:50,4:40,7:20,7:50,10:00,10:30; Fri-Tue
11:10,1:40,4:40, 7:50,10:30 (Fri-Satlate show
12:50) fife Thu-Tue 11:20,1:50,4:20,7:50,10:25
(Fri-Sat late show 12:45) Lock, Stock and Two
Smoking Barrels Thu 11:30,2:00,4:10,8:10,10:35;
Fri-Tue 11:30,2:10,4:30,8:10,10:35 The MatrixThu-
Tue 12:50,4:10 (Thu 4:20), 7:10,9:55 (Fri-Satlate
show 12:45) The Mummy Thu-Tue 11:40,2:10,4:50,
7:35 (Thu only), 10:35 (Fri-Sat late show 12:55)
Hotting Hill Thu-Tue 11:00,12:50,1:20,3:50,4:20,
7:10,7:40,9:45,10:10 (Fri-Satlate show 12:25) Star
Wars Episode/: The Phantom Menace Thu-Tue 11:00,
1:00,1:30,2:00,4:00,4:30,5:00,7:00,7:30,8:00,
10:00,10:30,11:00 (Fri-Satlateshow 1:00) Tarzan
Thu-Tue 11:00,11:20 (Thu only), 1:00,1:20,3:00,
3:30,5:00,7:00,7:20,9:10,9:30 (Fri-Sat late show
12:00) The Thirteenth Floor Thu 11:50,2:20,5:10,
7:50,10:05; Fri-Tue 4:50,10:05 (Fri-Sat late show
12:15) Twice Upon a Yesterday Thu 11:20,1:50,4:40,
8:00,10:05; Fri-Tue 11:15,1:50,8:10
Swap Shop Drive-In
3121W Sunrise Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-583-7733
Not all showtimes were available at press time.
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Thu 8:45,
1(^25 Black Mask Thu 8:45 Entrapment Thu 8:45,
10:35 Foolish Thu 10:40p The General's Daughter
Thu 8:45,10:50 InstinctThu 8:30,11:00 Life Thu
8:45,10:20 The Matrix Thu 8:45,11:05 The Mummy
Thu 8:45,9:15,10:55,11:25 Hotting Hill Thu 8:45,
11:00 Tarzan Thu 8:45,10:55 The Thirteenth Floor
Thu 8:45,10:30 Trippin'Thu 8:45,10:20
Northeast Broward
Cypress Creek Station 16
N Andrews Ave and Cypress Creek Rd, Oakland Park,
954-771-0033
Not all showtimes were available at press time.
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Thu-Tue
11:05,11:30,1:30,1:55 (Thu 2:00), 4:00,4:25, 7:00,
7:25,9:15, 9:45 (Fri-Satlate shows 11:40,12:15)
♦ft# Baddy Fri-Tue 11:30,11:50,12:10,2:00,2:20,
2:40,4:30, 4:50, 5:10, 7:15, 7:35, 8:00, 9:30,9:50,
10:15 (Fri-Satlate shows 11:45,12:05,12:30) Black
MaskThu 6/24 only 12:35,2:55, 5:10,7:20, 9:35
Entrapment Thu-Tue 1:15, 3:45,7:15,9:45 (Fri-Sat
late show 12:15) The General's Daughter Thu-Tue
11:05,11:35,1:45,2:15,4:25 (Thu 4:30), 5:00, 7:10,
7:40,9:50,10:20 (Fri-Satlate show 12:30) Instinct
Thu-Tue 11:10,1:55, 4:45 (Thu 4:40), 7:35,10:30
The Love Letter Thu 6/24 only 5:15 The Matrix Thu-
Tue 12:45, 3:50,6:50,9:50 (Fri-Sat late show
12:40) The /dummy Thu-Tue 12:00,3:00, 7:05,10:15
(Tue open-captioned shows 3:50, 6:50) Hotting Hill
Thu-Tue 11:10,1:55, 4:45, 7:40 (Thu 7:35), 10:20
Star Wars Episodo I: The Phantom Menace Thu-Tue
11:00 (Thu only), 1:00,1:30,2:00 (Thu only), 4:00,
4:30,5:00 (Thu only), 7:00,7:30, 8:00 (Thu only),
10:00,10:30,11:00 (Thu only) (Fri-Satlate show
12:45) TarzanThu 11:00,12:15,1:10,2:30,3:20,
4:45,5:25, 7:05, 7:30,9:15,9:35; Fri-Tue 12:15,
12:45, 2:30,3:00,4:45, 5:15, 7:05, 7:30,9:15,9:35
(Fri-Sat late shows 11:25,11:45) The Thirteenth
Floor Thu 6/24 only 12:15,2:40, 7:40,10:15
Deerfield Cinema 5
2205 W Hillsboro Blvd, Deerfield Beach, 95442841008
Analyze This Daily 1:30,4:15,7:20,9:55 Baby Geniuses
Thu 6/24 only 1:45,4:30,7:30,9:55 Doug's 1st Movie
Thu 6/24 only 1:45,4:30,7:30,9:55 Forces ofHature
Daily 1:30,4:15,7:10,9:55 Hideous Kinky Fri-Wed
1:45,4:30,7:30,9:55 My Favorite Martian Fri-Wed
1:45 TheOut-of-Towners Daily 1:45 (Thu only), 4:30,
7:20,9:55 Twin Dragons Fri-Wed 1:45,4:30,7:30,9:55
Deerfield Mall Cinema 8
3984 W Hillsboro Blvd, Deerfield Beach, 9544294930
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Daily 1:00,
3:10, 5:25,7:40,9:55 (Fri-Sat late show 12:00) Babe
Wed 10:00a # Big Daddy Fri-Wed 12:00,2:30,4:45,
7:30,9:55 (Fri-Satlateshow 12:00) Entrapment
Thu 6/24 only 1:30,4:40,7:40,10:05 The General's
Daughter Thu 11:00,1:35,4:10,7:15,9:55; Fri-Wed
1:40, 4:10,7:15,9:55 (Fri-Sun matinee 11:15)
InstinctThu-Tue 1:15,4:20,7:25,10:05 Hotting Hill
Daily 1:15,4:30,7:15,9:55 Quest For CamelotThu
6/24 only 10:00a Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom
AfenaceThu-Sun 11:15,2:00,4:40, 7:20,10:05;
Mon-Wed 1:20,4:40,7:20,10:05 Tarzan Daily 10:30
(except Mon-Wed), 12:35,2:50,5:00,7:15,9:20 Tea
With Mussolini Daily 1:45, 4:40, 7:15,9:50 * Wild Wild
West Wed 12:15,2:45,5:15, 7:40,10:05
Festival 8
2900 W Sample Rd, Pompano Beach, 954-974-5553
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Daily 1:20,
4:10, 7:20, 9:40 Besieged Fri-Wed 1:10,4:10, 7:10,
9:45 *Big Daddy Fri-Wed 1:40, 4:30,7:00,9:15
Cookie's Fortune Thu 4:10, 7:00; Fri-Tue 1:50,4:20,
7:00,9:30 EntrapmentThu 6/24 only 1:10,9:30 The
General's Daughter Daily 1:30,4:20,7:15,9:45 The
Love Letter Thu 6/24 only 4:30,7:15 The Mummy
Thu 6/24 only 1:00, 9:50 Hotting Hill Daily 1:40,
4:30,7:10,9:45 Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom
Menace Daily 1:20,4:10, 7:00,9:45 Tarzan Daily
12:50,3:00,5:10,7:20,9:20 A Walk on the Moon Thu
6/24 only 1:10,4:00,7:10,9:20 *Wild Wild West
Wed 1:00, 4:00, 7:30,9:50
Pompano 18
2315 H Federal Hwy, Pompano Beach, 954-946-7950
Not all showtimes were available at press time.
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Thu 12:10,
12:50,1:30, 2:30,3:10, 4:00,4:50, 5:30, 6:35,7:10,
7:45,8:45,9:30,10:10 EntrapmentThu 12:10,2:25,
4:45,7:25,9:55 The General's Daughter Thu 12:15,
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Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom
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5:00, 7:00,8:00,10:00,10:45; Fri-Wed 12:15,
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General’s Daughter Thu-Tue 11:10,1:10,1:50,4:10,4:50,6:50 (Thu
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dotting Hill Thu-Tue 11:20,12:45, 2:00, 3:45, 5:00, 6:50,8:00, 9:50,
10:45 Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace Thu-Tue 1:00,1:30,
4:00,4:30,7:00,7:30,10:00,10:30 Tarzan Thu-Tue 11:00,11:40,
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Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Daily 12:30,1:00,2:40,3:15,
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show 12:00) Life Is Beautiful Thu 6/24 only 1:50,4:10,7:10,9:50
The Matrix Thu 6/24 only 10:10p The MummyThu 1:20,4:00, 7:00, 7:40,
9:40,10:20; Fri-Tue 1:20,4:00 Hotting HillThu 1:10,1:50,3:50,4:40,
7:10,7:50,9:50; Fri-Wed 1:10,3:50,7:10,9:50,10:20 (except Wed)
(Fri-Sat late show 12:20) *South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut Wed
12:10, 2:20,4:20,.7:20,9:30 Tarea» Daily 12:10,1:10,2:20,3:20,4:30,
5:30,7:00,8:00,9:20,10:20 (Thu-Mon matinee 11:00; Fri-Sat late :
show 12:00) * Wild Wild Hfest Wed 12:00,2:30,5:00,7:30,10:00
Ridge Plaza 8
9200 State Rd 84, Davie, 954457-8407
Analyze Tb/s Thu, Mon-Wed 1:30, 5:00, 7:30,9:50 (Thu 10:10); Fri-
Sun 1:25, 5:00,7:35,10:00 Baby Geniuses Thu 1:05, 3:25, 5:45,7:45,
9:55; Fri 1:05,3:15, 5:25; Sat, Mon, Wed 1:05,3:15,5:25; Sun 1:05,
3:20, 5:40; Tue 1:05, 3:15, 5:25, 7:30,9:35 Doug's 1st Movie Daily 1:00,
3:10 (except Sun), 5:20 (except Sat-Sunf Foolish Fri-Sun 1:15,3:25,
535, 7:40,9:45; Mon-Wed 1:15, 3:30, 5:35,7:45,9:55 Forces of Mature
Thu 1:05, 3:25, 5:45,8:05,10:20; Fri-Wed 1:30, 5:00, 7:15 (Fri-Sun
7:20), 9:40 (FrhSun 9:50) The King and /Thu 6/24 only 1:10,3:20,
5:30 My Favorite Martian Thu, Mon-Tue 1:20, 3:30, 5:40, 7:55,10:05;
Fri, Sun 1:20, 3:30, 5:45,8:00,10:15; Sat 1:20,3:30; Wed 1:20,3:30,
5:45 The Other Sister Thu 6/24 only 7:35,10:15 The Out-of-Towners
Fri-Wed 1:10,3:30, 5:50, 8:00 (Fri-Sun 8:05) ,10:15 (Fri-Sun 10:20)
Payback Thu 1:25,4:45, 8:00,10:15; Fri-Wed 7:45,10:00 Twin Dragons
Thu 1:15,3:30, 5:40,7:50,10:00; Fri-Wed 1:15, 3:25, 5:35, 7:40 (Fri-
Sun 7:45), 9:55 (Fri-Sun 10:05)
Westfork Plaza 13
Pines Blvd and Dykes Rd, Pembroke Pines, 954430-5505
Theater opens Wed, June 30.
Weston 8
1338 SW 160th Ave, Weston, 954-384-7713
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Thu 12:45, 3:15, 5:15, 7:30,
9:35; Fri-Wed 12:45, 2:55, 5:10, 7:30,9:35 #Big Daddy Fri-Wed 1:15,
3:15, 5:15, 7:15,9:15 Entrapment Thu 3:05, 5:20,10:00; Fri-Wed 4:15,
9:10 The General's Daughter Daily 1:45,4:30,7:25, i0:00 (Thu 9:55)
Instinct Thu 2:00, 4:45, 7:15,9:45; Fri-Wed 2:00, 4:45, 7:35,'9:55
Life Is Beautiful Thu 6/24 only 12:40, 7:40 TheMummyThu 1:35,4:15,
7:05, 9:40; Fri-Wed 1:35, 6:30 Hotting Hill Daily 1:20, 4:20, 7;20,9:50
Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace Daily 1:25 (Thu 1:15), 4:00, .
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9:15, 9:45 (Fri-Sat late shows 11:30,12:10) *Big Daddy Fri-Tue
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Election Thu 6/24 only 12:20,
3:00, 5:20, 7:45,10:00 Entrapment
Thu-Tue 11:15,1:30, 3:40, 7:10,
9:20 (Thu 9:30) The General's
Daughter Thu-Tue 11:20 (Thu
11:10), 1:20,2:00,4:30,5:00,
6:50, 7:45, 9:30,10:15 (Fri-Sat
late show 12:00) Instinct Thu-
Tue 12:10,2:40, 5:10, 7:40, 10:10
The Matrix Thu-Tue 12:10, 3:30,
7:00, 9:40 (Fri-Sat late show
12:15) The Mummy Thu-Tue
11:30, 2:10, 4:50, 7:20, 9:50 (Fri-
Sat late show 12:20) Hotting Hill
Thu-Tue 11:00 (Thu only),
12:00,1:20, 2:30, 4:10, 5:10, 6:50,
7:40,9:30,10:15 Star Wars
Episode I: The Phantom Menace
Thu 12:00,1:00, 1:30, 3:00, 4:00,'
4:30, 6:00, 7:00,7:30, 9:00,10:00,
10:30; Fri-Tue 12:00,1:30, 2:00,
4:00, 6:00, 7:00, 9:00, 10:00 (Fri-
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4:00, 5:15, 6:45, 7:20, 9:00 (Thu
9:10), 9:20 (Thu 9:30) (Fri-Sat
late shows 11:00,11:30) The
Thirteenth Floor Thu 6/24 only
12:-50, 3:10, 5:30, 7:50,10:10
A Walk on the Moon Thu-Tue
12:15, 2:20 (Thu 2:30), 4:50,
7:10,9:40
Sheridan Plaza 12
4999 Sheridan St Hollywood, 954-9874680
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged AfeThu 1:00,1:i5,3:15,3:30,
5:30, 5:45, 7:45, 8:00,9:45,10:00; Fri-Sun
11:00,11:30,1:00,1:30,3:15,3:45, 5:30,6:00,
7:45, 8:15,10:00,10:30 (Fri-Sat late shows
12:05,12:35); Mon-Wed 1:00,1:30,3:10, 3:45,
5:20, 5:50,7:40,8:05, 9:40,10:15 *Big Daddy
Fri-Sun 11:10,1:20, 3:40,6:00,8:15,10:30 (Fri-
Satiate show 12:40); Mon-Wed 1:20,3:30,
5:50,8:05,10:10 Entrapment Thu 1:20,4:50,
7:15,9:45; Fri-Wed 1:20, 4:35, 7:25, 9:40 (Fri-
Sun 9:50) (Fri-Sat late show 12:15) The
General's Daughter Daily 1:25,4:40,7:15,9:45,
(Thu-Sun 9:55) (Fri-Sat late show 12:25) |
Instinct Daily 1:10, 4:15- (Thu 4:25), 7:10, 9:55
(Thu-Sun 10:05) (Fri-Sat late show 12:35) The
Matrix Thu 1:30, 4:30, 7:30; Fri-Wed 1:10, 4:10,
7:10,9:55 (Fri-Sun 10:05) The Mummy Daily
1:20, 4:35, 7:20,10:00 (Fri-Sun 10:15) Hotting
Hill Thu 1:20, 4:45,7:35,10:15; Fri-Wed 1:15,4:20, 7:00,9:35 (Fri-
Sun 9:45) (Fri-Sat late show 12:20) Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom
Menace Daily 1:30, 4:20, 7:10,9:50 (Thu-Sun 10:00) (Fri-Sat late
show 12:35) Tarea» Thu 1:00,1:15, 3:10,3:25, 5:20, 5:35, 7:30. 7:45,
9:30,9:45; Fri-Sun 11:00,11:30,1:00,1:30, 3:20,3:50, 5:30, 6:00, 7:40,
8:10,9:40,10:10 (Fri-Sat late shows 11:40,12:10); Mon-Wed 1:00,
1:30,3:10,3:40,5:20,5:50,7:30,8:00,9:30,10:05 The Thirteenth Floor
Thu 6/24 only 1:10, 5:00, 7:40,10:05 Trip pin'Thu 6/24 only 10:10p
Taft-Hollywood Cinema 12
7001 Tan St Hollywood, 954-981-5443
Analyze This Daily 12:55,3:00, 5:00,7:00,9:05 Baby Geniuses Daily
1:05,3:05, 5:05,7:05,9:05 Cruel Intentions
Daily 1:20, 3:20,5:20, 7:20, 9:20 Doug's 1st
Movie Daily 1:15,3:10, 5:20, 7:20, 9:25 The
Faculty Daily 1:10, 3:15, 5:25,7:30,9:35
Foolish Fri-Wed 1:05, 3:00, 5:10, 7:05,9:10
Forces of Mature Thu 6/24 only 1:00,3:05,
5:10,7:15,9:20 The King and I Thu 6/24 only
1:05,3:00,5:10,7:05,9:10 My Favorite Martian
Daily 1:10, 3:10, 5:10, 7:10,9:10 TheOut-of-
Towners Fri-Wed 1:00,3:05,5:10,7:15,9:20
Payback Daily 1:00,3:05,5:05,7:10,9:20 The
Prince of Egypt Daily 1:15, 3:15, 5:15, 7:15,
9:15 She’s AH That Daily 1:20,3:20,5:15, 7:10,
9:05 Twin Dragons Daily 1:10,3:15, 5:15, 7:15,
9:15
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Boynton 8 Cinemas
2290 N Congress Ave, Boynton Beach, 561-734-0027
Entrapment Daily 12:20, 2:40, 4:50, 7:10,
9:40 The General's Daughter Daily 1:00,
1:30, 4:00, 4:30, 7:10, 7:35, 9:50,10:10 .
Instinct Daily 12:10, 2:50, 5:20, 7:50,10:20
The Matrix Daily 12:00, 2:30, 5:00, 7:40,
10:20 Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom
Menace Daily 1:00,1:30, 4:00, 4:30, 7:00,
7:30,10:00,10:30 A Walk on the Moon Daily
12:30, 2:50, 5:00, 7:20, 9:50
Delray 18
1668 S Federal Hwy, Delray Beach, 561-272-2900
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Daily 11:00,11:30,1:15,1:45,
,4:00, 4:30,7:00, 7:30, 9:20 (Thu 9:15), 9:50 (Thu 9:45) Besieged Thu
11:30,1:40,4:10,7:10,9:50; Fri-Wed 11:20,4:10,9:50 *Big Daddy Fri-
Wed 11:10,11:40,1:20,1:50, 4:i5,4:35, 7:15,7:35, 9:30,9:50
Entrapment Thu6/24 only 1:20,4:40,7:40,10:00 eXistenZ Fri-Wed
11:10,1:40,4:40,7:40,10:20 The General's Daughter Thu 11:00,1:10,
1:40,4:10,4:40, 7:10, 7:35, 9:50,10:10; Fri-Wed 11:00,1:10,1:40,
4:10,4:40i 7:10, 7:40,10:00,10:20 Get Real Thu 6/24 only 11:10,1:50,
4:50,7:50,10:20 Hideous Kinky Thu 6/24 only 11:10,1:10,4:10,7:10,
9:40 Instinct Daily 11:10,1:50, 4:50, 7:50,10:30 The King of Masks Thu
11:20,1:20,4:00,7:00,9:40; Fri-Wed 1:10,7:10 The Matrix Thu 6/24
. only 1:00,4:10, 7:20,10:10 The Mummy Daily 11:00,1:50, 4:30,7:30,
10:15 Hotting Hill Daily 11:00,1:40,4:40,7:40,10:15 *The Red Violin
Fri-Wed 1:00,4:00,7:00,10:00 Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom
Menace Daily 1:00,1:30, 4:00,4:30, 7:00, 7:30,10:00,10:30 Tarea»
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11:10,11:40,1:20,1:50, 4:00, 4:20, 7:00, 7:20,9:20, 9:40 Tea With
Mussolini Fri-Wed 1:10, 4:10, 7:10,9:50 The Winslow Boy Daily 11:20,
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Analyze This Daily 1:30, 4:15,7:10,9:30 Central Station Daily 1:30,
4:15,7:10,9:30 Forces of Mature Thu 1:30,4:15, 7:10,9:30; Fri-Wed
1:30,4:15 October Sky Daily 1:30, 4:15, 7:10, 9:30 The Other Sister
Thu 1:30, 4:15, 7:10, 9:30; Fri-Wed 7:10, 9:30 The Out-of-Towners
Fri-Wed 1:30, 4:15, 7:10, 9:30
Mission Bay Cinema 8
10101 Glades Rd, Boca Raton, 561-451-9011
BabeTue-Wed 10:00a *Big Daddy Fri-Wed 12:00,1:00,2:10, 3:10,
4:30, 5:30, 7:15,8:10,9:55,10:30 (Fri-Sat late show 12:00)
EntrapmentThu 6/24 only 1:15,4:15,7:30,10:10 The General's
Daughter Daily 1:00,2:00, 4:00,5:00, 7:00,8:00,10:00 (Fri-Sat late
show 11:00) InstinctThu 1:15, 4:15, 5:15, 7:15, 8:15,10:15; Fri-Wed
1:15,4:15,7:15,10:15 The Love Letter Thu 6/24 only 1:00,3:05 The
Mummy Thu 1:20,4:15, 7:20,10:00; Fri-Wed 1:20, 4:15, 7:20 (except
Fri-Sat) , 10:20 Hotting Hill Daily 1:15,2:15, 4:15,5:15, 7:15, 8:15,
10:15
Mizner Park 8
301 Pla 2 a Real, Boca Raton, 561-368-7744
Not all showtimes were available at press time.
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Thu 1 15,5:25,7:50,10:05;
Fri-Tue 1:20, 3:30, 5:35, 8:05,10:25 (Fri-Sat late show 12:40) *Big
Daddy Fri-Sun 1:05, 3:25, 5:45, 8:15,.10:40 (Fri-Sat late show
12:45); Mon-Tue 1:05, 3:25, 5:30, 8:00,10:20 EntrapmentThu 1:45,
5:15, 7:45,10:10; Fri-Tue 1:10, 5:40,10:30 (Fri-Sun 10:35) (Fri-Sat
late show 12 :35) The General's Daughter Thu 1:40, 4:55, 7:35,10:20;
Fri-Tue 1:30, 5:00,. 7:40,10:15 (Fri-Sun 10:20) (Fri-Sat late show
12:35) TheMummyThu 6/24 only 1:25, 5:00 Hotting Hill Thu 1:30,
5:05, 7:55.10:30; Fri-Tue 1:45, 5:15, 7:55,10:35 (Mon-Tue only)
Star Wars Episode /; The Phantom Menace Thu 1:10, 4:15, 7:10,
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5:20, 7:25, 9:30; Fri-Tue 1:00, 3:15, 5:25, 7:35, 9:40 (Fri-Sun
matinee 11:00) Tea With Mussolini Thu 6/24 only 1:35,5:10, 7:40,
10:05
Movies at Boynton
244 N Congress Ave, Boynton Beach, 561-736-5770
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Daily 12:50,1:20,3:00,3:30,
5:l5, 5:45, 7:25 (Wed 7:30), 8:00,9:40 (Wed 9:45), 10:10 *BigDaddy
Fri-Wed 12:30,1:00,2:45,3:15, 5:00,5:30, 7:15, 7:45,9:30,10:00 The
Love letter Thu-Tue 12:15,2:15,4:15,7:00,9:30 The Mummy Thu
1:00,1:30,3:45,4:15, 6:45, 7:15,9:25,9:55; Fri-Wed 1:30, 4:15, 7:15,
9:55 Hotting Hill Daily 1:05,4:00,7:00,9:45 Shakespeare in Love Thu
6/24 only 1:25,4:00,7:10,9:30 *South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut
Wed 12:15, 2:15,4:15, 7:35,9:35 Taman Daily 11:00,12:00,1:10, 2:10,
3:20, 4:20, 5:30, 6:45, 7:40, 9:00 (exceptThu), 9:45 (Wed 9:50), 9:55
(Thu only)
Movies of Delray
7421 W Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach, 561-638-0020
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Daily 1:30,4:15,7:10,9:30
*Big Daddy Fri-Wed 1:30,4:15,7:10,9:30 The General's Daughter Daily
1:30,4:15,7:10,9:30 The Harmonists Thu 4:15,7:10,9:30; Fri-Tue
1:30,4:15, 7:10, 9:30 InstinctThu 6/24 only 1:30, 4:15,7:10,9:30
Hotting Hill Daily 1:30,4:15,7:10,9:30 A Walk on the Moon Thu 6/24
only 1:30 *Wild Wild West Wed 1:30,4:15,7:10,9:30
Shadowood 16
9889 Blades Rd, Boca Raton, 561-482-2296
Not all showtimes were available at press time.
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Thu-Tue 11:00,11:30,1:30,
2:00, 4:00, 4:30, 6:50 (Thu 7:00), 7:30, 9:30,10:00 Besieged Thu-Tue
11:50,2:30, 5:10,7:50,10:10 DancemakerThu 6/24 only 11:00, .
1:10, 3:20, 5:20, 7:30, 9:40 fief Real Thu-Tue 11:50, 2:30, 5:10, 7:40,
10:10 Hideous Kinky Thu 6/24 only 1:40,9:50 *An Ideal Husband Fri-
Tue 11:00, Í2:00,1:20, 2:20, 4:50, 5:50, 7:00, 7:50, 9:15,10:30 The
King of Masks Thu-Tue 11:40-, 2:30,4:40,7:10,9:20 * Limbo Fri-Tue
11:00,1:40,4:20,6:50,9:50 Lovers of the Arctic C/rc/eThu 6/24 only
11:00,4:20, 6:50 The Mummy Thu 6/24 only 11:30,7:50 * The Red
Violin Fri-Tue 11:00,2:00, 5:00,7:50,10:20 Star Wars Episode I: The
Phantom Menace Thu-Tue 1:00,1:30,4:00,4:30, 7:00,7:30,10:00,
10:30 Taman Thu-Tue 11:10,11:40,1:15,2:10, 3:30, 4:15, 5:30, 6:50,
7:40,9:15,9:40 Tea With Mussolini Thu-Tue 11:10,2:00,5:00,7:40,
10:20 This Is My FatherThu-Tue 11:20,2:10, 4:50,7:20,9:50 Twice
Upon a Yesterday Thu 6/24 only 11:20,1:20,3:20,5:20,7:20,9:30
A Walk on the Moon Thu 2:10,4:40,10:20; Fri-Tue 2:10,10:20
The Winslow Boy Thu 12:00,2:20,4:50,7:50,10:30; Fri-Tue 11:30,
4:40, 7:50
Town Center
21090 St. Andrews Blvd, Boca Raton, 561-395-0909
Not all showtimes were available at press time.
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Thu 12:30,2:40,5:00,7:30,
9:45 Entrapment Thu 12:15,2:45, 5:15,7:45,10:10 The General's
Daughter Thu 12:05,2:35,5:10,7:45,10:15 InstinctThu 12:50,4:20,
7:20,10:00 Hotting Hill Thu 1:10,4:10,7:15,9:55 Star Wars Episode I:
The Phantom Menace Thu 1:00,4:00,7:00,9:50 Taman Thu 12:45,
2:50,5:05,7:20,9:30
Central Palm
Carefree Theatre
2000 S Dixie Hwy, West Palm Beach, 561-833-7305
DancemakerThu 6/24 only 2:00, 7:00 Lock, Stock and Two Smoking
Barrels Thu 6/24 only 4:45,9:00 # The Red Violin Fri-Wed 1:45,
4:30,7:15, 9:40 (Sat only) Rocky Horror Picture Show Satiate show
12:00
Lake Worth 8
5881 Lake Worth Rd, Lake Wtorth, 561-964-5555
Not all showtimes were available at press time.
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Thu 12:00,12:45,2:15,3:10,4:30,
5:10,7:00,7:30,9:30,10:00 Election Thu 12:10,2:20,4:45,7:05,9:30 The
Love LetterThu 12:00,8:00 The Mummy Thu 1:00,4:15,7:00,10:00
Hotting HillThu 12:50,4:30,7:15,9:50 TaraaoThu 12:15,1:00,2:30,3:00,
4:30,5:00,7:15,7:45,9:45,10:154 Walk on Hie Moon Thu 2:15,10:15
Movies at River Bridge Center
6848 Forest HHI Blvd, West Palm Beach, 561-641-3102
Entrapment Daily 11:30,2:00,4:30,7:10 (Wed 7:05), 9:50 The
General's Daughter Daily 11:30,1:00,2:10,4:00,4:50,6:50,7:30,9:30,
10:10 Instinct Daily 1:40,4:20,7:00,9:45 The MatrixThu-Tue 1:20,
4:20,7:10,10:00 Hever Been Kissed Thu-Tue 11:40,2:20,4:40, 7:20,
9:40 Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace Daily 12:15,1:15,3:15,
4:15,6:45,7:15,9:35,10:05 *Wild Hitó West Wed 11:45,12:30,2:15,
3:00, 4:40, 5:20, 7:10, 7:45,9:40,10:15
Movies at Wellington
13881 Wellington Trace, Wellington, 561-795-3887
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Daily 11:05,1:15,3:30, 5:45,
7:55,10:10 *Big Daddy Fri-Wed 11:10,1:25, 3:35, 5:50, 8:05,10:15
Doug's 1st Movie Thu 6/24 only 11:30,1:45, 3:30, 5:20, 7:10, 9:00
Entrapment Daily 11:45, 2:15, 4:45, 7:05, 9:40 The General's
Daughter Daily 11:50, 2:25, 5:00, 7:35,10:05 The Mummy Daily
11:25, 2:00, 4:40, 7:15, 9:50 Hotting Hill Daily 11:15,1:55, 4:35,
7:20,9:55 Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace Daily 1:00,4:00,
7:00,10:00 Taman Daily 11:00,1:10, 3:20, 5:30, 7:40, 9:45
Movies of Lake Worth
7380 Lake Worth Rd, Lake Worth, 561-968-4545
Analyze This Daily 1:30,4:15,7:10,9:30 Beethoven's 2nd Fri-Wed 1:30
Central Station Daily 1:30,4:15,7:10,9:30 Forces of Nature Daily 1:30
(Thu only), 4:15,7:10,9:30 Lassie Thu 6/24 only 1:30 October Sky
Daily 1:30,4:15, 7:10,9:30 The Other Sister Daily 1:30, 4:15, 7:10,
9:30 The Out-of-Towners Fri-Wed 1:30,4:15,7:10,9:30 Twin Dragons
Thu 6/24 only 4:15, 7:10,9:30
Okee Square Theatre
2027 Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm Beach, 561-697-7714
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Daily 12:00,2:15,4:45,7:40,
10:10 #Big Daddy Fri-Wed 12:15,2:40,5:00,7:50,10:15 The General's
Daughter Daily 11:00,1:40,4:20,7:20,10:00 Instinct Daily 1:20,4:10,
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The look of love: Howard Elf man (front left) romances Barbara Bradshaw, while
moving men Noah B. Jordan (back left) and Ira Phillips take care of business
Sex For
Seniors
By Robin Dougherty
Mixed Emotions! is the name of Richard Baer’s
astoundingly popular comedy about two
golden agers who fall in love. Since its Feb-
ruary opening, the show has been ^hit for
the Broward Stage Door Theatre, which has
extended it through late July. Mixed emo-
tions might also describe a demanding the-
atergoer’s reaction to the Stage Door itself.
On the one hand, the fare ranges from tame
to tired Broadway and off-Broadway hits. On
the other, the productions are amwng the
most sophisticated in South Florida, the di-
recting intelligent and thoughtful, and the
acting top-drawer.
The recently announced fall season helps
to prove my point Of the seven productions
in the wings, three (Beau Jest; Hello Muddah,
Hello Fadduh ; rind The Immigrant) are de-
signed to appeal to the aging Jewish audi-
ence that makes up a large portion of the the-
ater’s audience. One (The 1940s Radio Hour)
trades on nostalgia, and two (La Cage Aux
Folies and I Hate Hamlet) might be described
as plays for people who notice what’s playing
in New York. (Make that 16 years ago in New
York, in the case of La Cage.) While an eight-
year-old Paul Rudnick play — I Hate Hamlet
— may not be the sort of thing that gets me
out of bed in the morning, I’ll readily go see
the Stage Door production of it, because I
know the 1991 comedy will be seamless and
fun to watch.
As for the play at hand, it’s ready-made
to appeal to the mostly retired audience in
Coral Springs. Set entirely in the Central
Park West apartment of Christine Millman,
the comedy is something of a Harlequin Ro-
manee for women of a certain age. Christine,
widowed for one year, is leaving New York
for Miami, where she plans to share a condo
with a woman friend. On the eve of her
départure, Herman, her late husband’s best
friend, shows up and proposes. Herman, a
widower of three years, is Jewish. Christine
is an erstwhile Catholic who married a Jew.
Their differences aren’t religious so much
as they are mired in temperament. That is
to say, Mixed Emotions! is about a senti
mental optimist courted by
a grouchy realist
When Christine wistful-
ly imagines aloud that her
husband and Herman’s wife
may have dined together in
heaven, Herman’s immedi-
ate response is, “I hope it
wasn’t in her apartment.”
Why? “The two things she
was never known for were
parachute jumping and her
cooking.” When it comes to
Herman’s marriage propos-
al, however, Christine is the
realist. Among Herman’s
reasons that the two should
wed is the fact that they
share a warm affection. As
Herman reminds Christine,
“A warm affection can bios-
som into love.” Of course,
as he also points out, “It’s a
large leap from warm affec-
tion to sharing my bed.” To
which Christine replies, “To
be perfectly honest, I feel
a little squeamish at the
thought of drinking from
your glass.”
Christine’s resistance is
slowly broken down. Her-
man persuades Christine to
spend her; last night in New
York having dinner with
him. Unbeknownst to her,
he wages a campaign of bribery in hopes of
getting the moving men to walk off the job and
further stall her departure. After dinner Chris-
tine invites Herman up for a nightcap, but they
also have a fight. Herman won’t stop kvetch-
ing about the price, of dinner. He makes a pass
at her. She fends him off. She offers to pay
for her half of the dinner. By the end of the
evening, however, fortune smiles on both Her-
man and Christine, and by the time the cur-
tain goes down on Act One, both parties are
well on their way to sexual gratification.
Yes, indeed. Sexual gratification. For my
money, the greatest charm of Mixed Emotions!
is not its fantasy element of allowing its char-
actors to find suitable new partners after los-
ing a long-time spouse — though widows
everywhere will appreciate its honest discus-
sion óf the differences in fate between single
men and single women. In particular, Chris-
tine describes the horror of going to dinner
parties at which men are so lopsidedly under-
represented that, compared to women, they
seem like blue-chip stocks. And as if that
weren’t unfair enough, she adds, it’s social-
ly acceptable for men to date women many
decades younger, while older women who
date younger men are seen as ridiculous.
No, the thrill of Mixed Emotions! is that it
actually allows its protagonists to have
a sex life. Christine may declare, “I’m a
Catholic grandmother. I don’t kiss on the
first date.” But her actions belie her claim.
When you consider that the typical image
of men and women over age 60, TV’s Gold-
en Girls notwithstanding, tends to be that
of doddering, sexless half-wits, the mere
fact that it acknowledges the senior libido
earns Mixed Emotions! some Brownie
points. That it also thrusts Christine and
Herman into an authentic dramatic sitúa-
tion saves the play from feeling contrived.
They fall in love while dancing
to “Sentimental Journey,” a tune
that evokes powerful sensations
from each partner.
Credit Barbara Bradshaw’s de-
lightful turn as Christine for mak-
ing Mixed Emotions! a sentimental
journey we can root for. Her per-
formance is fluid and graceful
while at the same time exuding a
powerful intensity. At one point
Herman describes someone as
sweet but “covering up a killer in-
stinct” This description nearly fits
Bradshaw’s depiction of Christine
and explains much of the appeal of
her performance. Howard Elfinan
plays Herman as a libidinous Bugs
Bunny. He’s got about as much ap-
peal as the icky Mr. Burns on The
Simpsons, whom he somewhat re-
sembles, particularly when mak-
ing an unwanted pass. Together
these two fine actors feed off each
other, letting their characters stir
up their own.unlikely chemistry
through two hours.
At the helm of this polished
production is Genie Croft Kahn,
who directs with a sure hand and
a flair for comedy. In addition to
maneuvering the two principals,
she marches the two moving
men, played by Ira Phillips and
Noah B. Jordan, on and off the
stage with precision. Of the two
supporting roles, Phillips’ larger-than-life
performance as Ralph, the experienced
mover who has his own eye on Christine,
rings with authenticity and charm. Phillips’
younger colleague Jordan, who plays Chuck,
tends to steal focus from the other actors arid
thus is slightly less charming.
Michael Artiico’s Central Park West set de-
sign is handsome, even if, with its airiness, fur-
niture choice, and color scheme, it more re-
sembles a Florida condo than a New York
apartment. At first glance you might think
Christine had already started decorating with
a Miami palette. The two leads, however, have
all their colors exactly right
Mixed Emotions! Written by Richard Baer. Directed
by Genie Croft Kahn. Starring Barbara Bradshaw,
Howard Elfman, Ira Phillips, and Noah B. Jordan.
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Ain't Misbehavin': Broadway hit and Tony winner
set in a 1930s Harlem nightclub and featuring the
music of Fats Waller, including “Honeysuckle
Rose” and “The Joint Is Jumpin’.” Through
Aug 15. Fri-Sat 8 pm; matinee Sat-Sun 2 pm.
Broward Stage Door Theatre, 8036 W Sample Rd,
Coral Springs, 954-344-7765.
Always... Patsy Cline: Sally Struthers {All in the
Family) costars in this show about the country
and western singing sensation. Struthers plays a
woman who befriends Cline right before her
career takes off. The show is designed to
showcase Cline favorites, from “Crazy” and
“Walkin’ After Midnight” to less well-known
covers of Hank Williams and Bill Monroe songs,
and Michael Larsen’s music direction is almost
always sure of itself. Rachel Lynn Ricca sings the
title role; she’s a charismatic cabaret singer who
bears a striking resemblance to Cline. Hep voice
powerfully conjures iip the memory of Cline’s
gorgeous and baroque vocal mannerisms.
Struthers, on the other hand, is all ham. Through
Jun 27. Wed-Sat 8 pm, Sun 7 pm; matinee Wed,
Sat, and Sun 2 pm. Hollywood Playhouse, 2649
Washington St, Hollywood, 954-922-0404.
Bent: Martin Sherman’s 1979 play about a
homosexual who ends up in Dachau. Through
Jun 27. Fri-Sat 8 pm, Sun 7 pm. Academy Theatre,
2700 W Oakland Park Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954486-8876.
Comics Anonymous: Improv comedy troupe
featuring sketch comedy, original parodies of
songs and commercials, and short skits. Ongoing.
Sat 10:45 pm and sometimes Fri 7:30 pm. Jan
McArt’s Rooftop Cabaret Theatre, 303 SE Mizner
Blvd, Ste 213, Boca Raton, 800-841-6765 or
561-392-3755.
Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect UpP:
Musical revue about the trials'and tribulations of
elementary school. Through Jul 11. Tue-Sat 8 pm
(dinner 6 pm), Sun 6 pm (dinner 4 pm); matinee
Wed and Sat 2 pm (dinner át noon). (Call for
additional matinee performance times.) Royal
Palm Dinner Theatre, 303 SÉ Mizner Blvd, Boca.
Raton, 561-392-3755 or 800-841-6765.
Festival Rep ’99: This collaboration between
Florida Atlantic University and the Broward
Center For the Performing Arts features two
shows in repertory. Shows are directed by FAU
theater faculty and casts feature graduate and
undergraduate theater students as well as two
Equity actors. The Musical Comedy Murders of
1940 is a spoof of classic B movies, and The Rocky
Horror Picture Show, a cult classic in its own
right, spoofs horror movies. Jun 25-Jul 25
{Murders : Jun 25-27 and Jul 3,8,10,11,16,17,
and 24; Rocky Horror: Jul 14,9,10,15,17,18,
23-25). Thu-Sat 8pm (except Jul 23-24,11 pm);
matinee Sun 2 pm. (Call for additional matinee
schedule.) Broward Center For the Performing
Arts, 201SW 5th Ave, Fort Lauderdale,
954-462-0222.
Home: As though fulfilling the old adage about
good campers being able to start a fire with only
three matchsticks, the M Ensemble Company has
struck a full blaze with Home, a production
crackling with inventiveness that defies its low-
budget production values with combustible
theater talent. Samm-Art Williams’ drama-in-
poetry about a young Southern farmer who loses
his love and nearly his life to the big city has only
three actors and a defiantly simple story arc, but
the troupe is crackeijack. Through Jun 27. Thu
8 pm; matinee Sun 3 pm. M Ensemble, 12320
W Dixie Hwy, North Miami, 305-895-8955.
The Horror Café: Dracula, Frankenstein’s monster,
and other creeps (impersonated by actors)
interact with the audience, who walk through the
performance area in a tour of a simulated haunted
house. Ongoing. Thu-Sun beginning at 6 pm.
Indiana Mystery at the Horror Center, 2895
McFarlane Rd, Miami.
I Love You, You're Perfect, How Change: This affable if
not particularly original musical commentary
(with sketches) on modern romance features a
cast in good voice. Through Sep 5. Thu-Sat
8:30 pm; matinee Sun 3 pm. Actors’ Playhouse at
the Miracle Theatre, Balcony Theatre, 280
Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, 305-444-9293.
Isadora Libre: Octavio Campos’ dance-theatér
piece explores the works of choreographer
Isadora Duncan and the political speeches of
Fidel Castro. Through Jun 23. Wed 8:15 and
10:15 pm. Area Stage, 645 Lincoln Rd, Miami
Beach, 305-673-8002.
Italian American Reconciliation: Staged reading of a
comedy by John Patrick Shanley (who wrote the
screenplay for Moonstruck) about a troubled
marriage. Mon, Jun 28, 7:30 pm. GableStage at
the Biltmore, 1200 Anastasia Ave, Coral Gables,
305445-1119. .
Just the Funny Improv Comedy Theater: Former
members of Laughing Gas perform comedy,
parodies, and improv skits. Ongoing. Fri-Sat
II pm. Absinthe House Cinematheque, 235
Alcazar Ave, Coral Gables,
305446-7144.
Laughing Gas Comedy Improv
Theatre Company: Troupe
gives audiences 90 minutes
of “creative anarchy”
featuring sketches, music,
and improvised comedy
based on crowd input every
weekend. Ongoing. Fri-Sat
11 pm. New Theatre,
65 Almería Ave, Coral
Gables, 305461-1161.
Mister Abbott-A Broadway
Legacy: World premiere of a
musical revue celebrating
legendary theater producer
George Abbott and conceived
and directed by Joy Abbott,
Craig D. Ames, Lynnette
Barkley, and J. Barry Lewis.
Jun 25-Sep 5. Wed, Fri, and
Sat 8 pm, Sun 7 pm; matinee
Wed, Thu, Sat, and Sun 2 pm.
Florida Stage, Plaza Del Mar,
262 S Ocean Blvd,
Manalapan, 561-585-3404 or
800-514-3837.
Mixed Emotions!: Reviewed
in this issue. Through
Jul 25, Fri-Sat 8 pm, Sun
7 pm; matinee Sun 2 pm.
Broward Stage Door
Theatre 2, 8036 W Sample
Rd, Coral Springs,
954-344-7765.
Murder at Cafe Hoir: Audience-participation
murder-mystery modeled on ’40s detective
dramas. Ongoing. Sat 7:30 pm (includes dinner).
The Landmark, 219 N 21st Ave, Hollywood,
954-922-7488.
Murder at the Howard Johnson's: An
underappreciated wife, her husband, and their
Don Juan of a dentist form a comic love triangle
that gets messy. Jun 24-27.Thu-Sun 8 pm. Delray
Beach Playhouse, 950 NW 9th St, Delray Beach,
561-278-3523. See “Night & Day ”
The Other Bed: Staged reading of Theodore
Hirsch’s comedy about new roommates, one an
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WASP. Discussion with the playwright, director,
and cast members follows the reading. Mon,
Jun 28,2 and 7 pm. Caldwell Theatre Company,
7873 N Federal Hwy, Boca Raton, 561-241-7432.
Please Don't Squeeze the Melons: Billed as a musical
revue “about finding.and keeping love, romance
and relationships in Y2K.” Through Jun 27. Fri-
Sat 8 pm; matinee Sun 2 pm. Public Theatre at
Museum of Art Auditorium, 1F Las Olas Blvd,
Fort Lauderdale, 954-568-2243.
Psyehopathia Sexual is: Florida premiere of John
Patrick Shanley’s romantic comedy about two
men and one therapist. Through Jul 18. Thu-Sat
8 pm, Sun 7 pm; matinee Sun 2 pm. GableStage at
the Biltmore, 1200 Anastasia Ave, Coral Gables,
305-445-1119.
A Raisin in the Sun: Lorraine Hansberry’s classic,
which is 40 years old this year, is about an
African-American family who dream of living in
their own home but fight prejudice and bad luck
as they struggle to make it ¿ reality. Through
Jun 27. Fri-Sat 8 pm; matinee Sun 4 pm. Vinnette
Carroll Theatre, 503 SE 6th St, Fort Lauderdale,
954-462-2424.
Separate Cheeks: Improv comedy troupe takes
orders from audience members, who choose from
a menu of topics, including “Theatre Styles” and
“America’s Most Wanted Dating Game.” Ongoing.
Sat 11 pm. Hollywood Playhouse, 2640
Washington St, Hollywood, 954-922-0404.
The Sisters Grimm: Late-night comedy about
Lucinda and Fabella Grimm, Cinderella’s
infamous stepsisters, who retell the classic fairy
tale from their point of view. Ongoing. Fri-Sat
11 pm. EDGE/Theatre, 405 Española Way, Miami
Beach, 305-531-6083.
Sleepwalkers: Jorge Ignacio Cortiñas’ play about a
family in Havana at the end of the millennium.
Jun 24-Aug 1. Thu-Sat 8:15 pm, Sun 7:15 pm. Area
Stage, 645 Lincoln Rd, Miami Beach, 305-673-8002.
Suddenly Last Summer: Tennessee Williams’
potboiler about a woman who suffers a nervous
breakdown after experiencing an unusual incident
while on vacation. Through Jun 27. Fri-Sat 8 pm;
matinee Sun 3 pm. EDGE/Theatre at Hollywood
Boulevard Theatre, 1938 Hollywood Blvd,
Hollywood, 954-929-5400.
Summer Shorts ’99: City Theatre’s fourth annual
festival of ten-minute plays. Program A Staci
Swedeen’sA Little Bit of Culture, Don Nigro’s
Things That Go Bump in the Night, Jane Martin’s
Making the Call, Brooke Berman’s Dancing With
the Devil, David Ives’ Time Flies, Caroline
Williams’ Just Be Frank, James Farrell’s Donnie,
and A1 Sjoerdsman’s Progress. Program B: Seth
Kramer’s The Tarantino Variation, William
Mastrosimone’s Precipice, John Shedi/s Stopping
at Union, Rich Orloff s Lást-Minute Adjustments
and Matterhorn, Des Gallant’s White Dance, Leslie
Ayvazian’s Plan Day, and Christopher Durang’s
The Hardy Boys and the Mystery of Where Babies
Come From. Through Jun 27. Program A is
performed Thu and Sun 7:30 pm, Sat 5 pm.
Program B is performed Fri-Sat 7:30 pm, Sun
5 pm. Pre-show happy hourThu-Fri 6:30 pm.
Picnic supper (reservations needed) Sat-Sun
6:30 pm (between performances of programs A
and B). Play readings Wed 7:30 pm. Jerry
Herman Ring Theatre, University of Miami, 1312
Miller Dr, Coral Gables, 305-284-3605.
Sylvia: AR. Gurney’s comedy about a Manhattan
couple whose lives are upset when the husband
befriends the title character — a large dog — in
Central Park. Reprise of the popular Caldwell
production, directed by Kenneth Kay and starring
Kim Cozort as Sylvia. Through Jul 11. Caldwell
Theatre Company, 7873 N Federal Hwy, Boca
Raton, 561-241-7432.
TWIlight at Montieello: This one-man show about
Thomas Jefferson stars Orlando-based actor J.D.
Sutton, who portrays the third President as he
reflects on his career. Discussion with the actor
(who also wrote the show) follows each
performance: Jun 24-Aug 1 Thu-Sat 8 pm;
matinee Sun 2 pm. Hollywood Boulevard Theatre,
1938 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, 954-929-5400.
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Dánce Convention, the public performance
features Delilah, a renowned belly dancer from
Seattle, Kalina, a hula dancer and instructor from
Largo, Florida, and a harem of local belly dancers.
Sat, Jun 26, 7 pm. Italian-American Club, 700 S
Dixie Hwy, Hollywood, 954-929-7155. See “Night
& Day.”
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The Eyes
Have It
By Michael Mills
I went to the Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale ex-
pecting to sift through yet another juried group show.
This time it was the “1999 South Florida Cultural Consor
tium Exhibition,'' an annual competition in which more
than 350 artists from Broward, Miami-Dade, Palm
Beach, Martin, and Monroe counties were whittled
down to the eight fellowship recipients represented
in the show.
Out of the 40 or so works in the exhibition, how-
ever, only a handful is worth lingering over. The lumi-
nous oil-on-board paintings of Victoria Gitman, for
instance, deserve a show to themselves. In her Self
Representation series, Gitman draws on the art of the
past to forge a style of self-portraiture that’s also a sly
commentary on its sources, while her Fifteen Beau-
ties series re-creates famous paintings from the histo-
ry of Western art in the form of small, fake, Polaroid-
style snapshots.
Four large abstracts by the Asian-American artist
Tin Ly also hold their own on the spacious wall that
commands the large open area at the top of the mu-
seum’s staircase. Ly combines painting with sculp-
ture for his pieces, which consist of irregularly
shaped panels of steel or aluminum. Some of Ly’s
works include hinged movable parts, and all are
painted with swirls of oil in bright, tropical colors,
creating a strangely appealing hybrid of the organic
and the mechanical.
Although I didn’t find much upstairs, I discovered
downstairs a small but enormously poteñt exhibition.
‘‘Alfredo Jaar: Lament of the Images'' consists of only three
installations, but they have a cumulative emotional im-
pact that overshadows everything else in the museum.
The installations are taken from Jaar’s “Rwanda
Project,” his attempt to make sense of what guest
curator Debra Bricker Balken, in her excellent intro-
ductions to the pieces, characterizes as “the third
largest genocide of the twentieth century.” Jaar went
to Rwanda late in the summer of 1994, shortly after
the country’s Hutu majority engaged in an “ethnic
cleansing” of the Tutsi minority that left approximate-
ly a million people dead.
The rest of the world more or less looked on in
horror as the Rwandan massacres took place. The
media documented the aftermath, according to
Balken, although “this coverage focused excessive-
ly on the spectacle of mutilation, the violence of the
crazed warlords and their dismembered victims
and corpses. But these representations of cruelty
proved to be either incomprehensible or, at least,
too much for the viewer to take in. For, like the in-
action of the international community and its failure
to respond to the genocide, these images had the
numbing effect of indifference, a monstrosity too
large to endure.”
Jaar, whose background includes filmma king , was
in Rwanda documenting the atrocities, as well' But
he came to realize that literal documentation was
grossly inadequate to convey the enormity of the
carnage. As an artist he took a “different rhetorical
approach,” writes Balken. “What about occluding
the hideous nature of war ánd focusing on imagery
that can metaphorically stand in for the maimed and
the dead?”
For one of the “Rwanda Project” installations not on
display here, for instance, Jaar concealed photos he
had taken in Rwanda in black boxes. He then at-
tached a description of each image to its box, “as if I
were describing the picture to someone who was
blind,” the artist once explained.
Jaar uses the same indirect approach for the instal-
lations that make up “Lament of the Images,” to dev-
astatmg effect. The first piece, Field, Road, Cloud,
is a series of three large-scale Cibachrome pho-
tographs taken in Rwanda in 1997. The first shows
a lush field of tea plants, the second a dirt road
through the jungle, and the third a billowy cloud for-
matron. Taken at face value, the pictures are pretty
but also fairly ordinary.
Alongside each image, however, is a small sketch
that reveals information not included in the photo-
graph, information linking the site to the massacres.
By the time we reach the third picture, Jaar has pro-
vided enough details for us to realize that, beneath
that beautiful cloud, a mound of 500 dead bodies
was found.
This is political art of
a sort we may not have
seen before now.
The second installation, Let There Be Light, main-
tains an icily detached distance that, paradoxically,
augments the scale of the Rwandan civil war. The
curving wall beneath the museum staircase has been
painted black,'and along it Jaar displays ten black
lightboxes, each of which has one word in its center,
glowing white with light
From a distance the boxes look like a set of video
monitors set to the same minimalist channel. As you
get closer, the exotic-iooking words come into focus:
Shangi, Rukara, Kibungo, Ginkongoro, Cyanguru,
Cyahinda, Amahoro, Butare, Mibirizi, Kigali. Only at
the end of the wall do we get the chilling explanation
that each word is “a place name of a site where be-
tween 5,000 and 100,000 people were massacred.”
Jaar has said that while these place names don’t have
the same resonance as words like Auschwitz and
Buchenwald, they stand for the same disregard for
human life.
The final installation, The Eyes of Guíete Emérita,
begins with a long, narrow lightbox on a black
wall, with a single line of illuminated text that
stretches perhaps 20 feet It describes, with a matter-
of-factness that only makes it more wrenching, first
the basics of the 1994 massacres, then a specific
story: “One Sunday morning at a church in Ntara-
ma, four hundred Tutsis were murdered by a Hutu
death squad. Guíete Emérita, 30 years old, was at-
tending mass with her family when the massacre
began. Gutete’s husband, Tito Kahinamura, and
her two young sons Muhoza and Matirigari, were
killed with machetes before her eyes. Somehow,
Gutete was able to escape with her daughter
Marie-Louise Unumararunga.
“After weeks of hiding, Gutete has returned to the
church in the woods. When she speaks about her
lost family, she gestures to corpses on the ground,
rotting in the African sun. I remember her eyes. The
eyes of Gutete Emérita.”
Now step around the partition, and you’ll see
Jaar’s attempt to come to terms with what happened
to Gutete Emérita and, by extension, thousands of
other Rwandans with similar stories. An entire
gallery has been painted black, and in its center sits
a huge light table, about 15 feet by 20 feet. A moun-
tainous pile of 35mm color slides rests: on the table,
spilling to its edges, where small loupes (framed
magnifying glasses) are placed.
It takes only a few moments to realize that all the
slides contain the same image: Jaar’s closeup shot
of Gutete Emerifa’s eyes. It takes much longer for
the vastness of her sorrow and its.implications to
sink in. It is the sorrow of an entire people who
have witnessed the unspeakable, the indescribable.
As the artist explains: “Her eyes mirror our eyes.
Her eyes are full of the content that we rejected.”
It’s something of an understatement to say that
Jaar’s photography-based installations, which he has
been assembling for more than 20 years, are highly
political. (He was born and raised in Chile, which
has a turbulent political history.) But this is political
art of a sort we may not have seen before now. It’s
neither propaganda nor art with a specific agenda
but rather work that both documents geopolitical
events and examines the possibilities and limitations
of art in general, photography in particular, to ad-
dress those events in a meaningful way.
Jaar seems to have concluded that in our media-
saturated age a simple image — even one as elo-
quent as, say, Goya’s Third of May or Picasso’s
Guernica — may no longer be adequate to the
challenge of conveying the horrors of war and the
human suffering it entails. In the year of Kosovo,
Jaar’s “Lament of the Images” turns out to be un-
nervingly relevant. CD
â–² Point taken:
Jaar’s Gutete
Emérita makes a
case for sorrow
The “1999 South I
Florida Cultural
Consortium
Exhibition” is on
display through
September 12, I
and “Alfredo Jaar:
Lament of the
Images” is on
display through
August 22, both at
the Museum of
Art, 1E Las más'
Bivd., Fort
Lauderdale,
954-525-5500.
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The Architecture of Donald Singer, 1964-1999: An
Exhibition: Sketches, drawings, models, photographs,
artworks, books, magazines, and memorabilia related
to the South Florida architect’s award-winning 35-year
career are on view. Through Sep 29. Bienes Center
For the Literary Arts, Broward County Main Library,
6th Fir, 100 S Andrews Ave, Fort Lauderdale,
954357-8692. See “Night & Day.”
Ongoing
Armory Art Center “New Talent” The works of
graduating high-school seniors from throughout Palm
Beach County are on view. Through Jul 31.1703 .
S Lake Ave, West Palm Beach, 561-832-1776.
Art and Culture Center of Hollywood: “Romare Bearden in
Black and White: Photomontage Projections, 1964.”
After producing a body of abstract work in the ’50s, the
late photographer Bearden switched to a more
documentary style for the photomontage pieces that
appear in this show, in which he used images from the
media anchrther pictorial sources to.depictthe,
upheaval of the civil rights movement during the mid-
’60s. “A View of the Contemporary: Latin American
Artists.” The show consists of works by 36 artists
representing 12 Latin American countries, and
although the artists compose a diverse group, their
works share the use of similar contemporary
aesthetics. Through Jul 18.1650 Harrison St,
Hollywood, 954921-3274.
Artists Showplace Cooperative: “Western Communities .
3rd Annual Juried Art Exhibition.” The show of works
by Wellington Art League members was juried by Jane
Grandusky of the Visual Arts Department of the
Alexander W, Dreyfoos Jr School of the Arts. Through
Jul 5.7749 W Lake Worth Rd, Lake Worth, 5614330635.
Broward Art Guild Gallery: “The Color Blue.” A show of
works on the theme in various media by members of
the Broward Art Guild. Through Jtil 15.530 NE 13th
St, Fort Lauderdale, 9545234824.
Broward Community College Fine Arts Gallery: “1999
Adjunct Faculty Exhibition.” Paintings, sculpture,
photography, and mixed-media pieces are included in
the show. Through Jul 2. BCC, Bldg 3,3501 SW Davie
Rd, Davie, 9544756500.
Broward County Main Library: “Local Talents.”
Composed of the works of South Florida gay and
lesbian artists, a portion of the proceeds from sale of
the art will go to the Gay and Lesbian Collection Fund
of the Broward Public library Foundation, money
from which is used to enhance the library’s collection
of gay and lesbian literature, film, and art work.
Through Jun 30.100 S Andrews Ave, Fort Lauderdale,
9547634538.
Elaine Baker Gallery: “Group Show: Gallery Artists.”
The works of Dan Christiansen, Friedel Dzubas, Paul
Jenkins, Doug Ohlson, Janet Siegel Rogers, and John
Seery are on view. Through JuE4,608 Banyan Trl,
Boca Raton, 561-241-3050.
Galerie Macabre: Themed rooms feature erotic art,
three-dimensional “light morphemic” paintings,
photography, sculpture, painting, and digital art; works
on view in the current show, “Monster Race,” include
those of Tony Campagna, Shannon English, Lady
Vanessa, Ian Hammond, Joe Raymond, Wes Carson,
Peter Cocuzza, Josh Magual, Tank-A, and Peter
Giovenco. Ongoing. 207 SW 5th St, Fort Lauderdale,
954525-2098.
Gallery Cafe: “Faces and Feelings.” A collection of
paintings on the title theme by South Eloridaartists
Hegina Rodrigues and Ankristina. Through Jul 1.
Inside the Chili Pepper, 200 W Broward Blvd, Fort
Lauderdale, 954525-5996.
Gary Michael Gallery of Contemporary and Modern Art The
new three-story, 7000-square-foot gallery features
works by Alicia Quanit of Argentina, Jesus Villareal of
Venezuela, Harold Larson of Santa Fe, and Dopico
Lerner of Cuba. Ongoing. 110 E Atlantic Ave, Delray
Beach, 561-7956111.
The Joseph's Studio: “Dreamscapes.” A collection of new
works by artist Antonio Joseph, the show features
dreamlike scenery in subtle colors, in which humans,
whether in a group or alone, are always solitary
beings. Through Jun 30.785 W Palmetto Park Rd,
Boca Raton, 561-3614328..
LeeWagener Gallery: “Ed Seeman/Roy Dillworth.”
Following a career ás a photographer, cartoon cell
animator, and filmmaker, Seeman now creates brightly
colored digital art on canvas; photographer Dillworth,
who passed away last year, is known for his award-
winning environmental portraits, still-life images, and
fine-art photography. Through Jul 31. Fort
Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport,
Terminal 2, Dania Beach, 954359-1200.
Lighthouse Gallery and School of Art: “The Fme Art of
Children’s Books.” The exhibition of illustrations from
contemporary kids’ books features the work of artists
Doug Cushman, Mike Dooling, Jill Kastner, Tony
Kramer, Ted and Betsy Lewin, Garth Williams, and
Jean Zallinger. Through Jun 30.373 Tequesta Dr,
Tequesta, 561-7453101.
Moore-Lin Galleries: Works by gallery artists Dorran
Ruben Russell, Philip Hulsey, and Elaine Cohen.
Ongoing. 2161 Wilton Dr, Wilton Manors,
954566-7484.
Okeeheelee Nature Center/Sugar Sand Park: “Nature: Red
in Tooth and Claw.” Two photography exhibitions of
Everglades birds of prey and their quarry by George
Forrest, Sr. Through Jun 30. Okeeheelee Nature - ’
Center, 7715 Forest Hill Blvd, West Palm Beach,
561-233-1400; and Sugar Sand Park, 300 S Military Trl,
Boca Raton, 561-347-3909.
Palm Beach Community College - Palm Beach Gardens
Campus Gallery: “Discovering Three Different Worlds.”
The group show features watercolor works by Jerilyn
Brown, Carole DfTerlizzi, and Caren Hackman.
Through Sep 10. Building BB, 3160 PGA Blvd, Palm
Beach Gardens, 561-625-2439.
Schmidt Center Gallery: “The Art of Memory.” Works
created by prominent Australian artist Ian Miljiss
while he was an artist in residence at Florida Atlantic
University. Through Sep 5. FAU, 777 Glades Rd, Boca
Raton, 561-297-2966.
T. Curtsnoc Fine Arts: “Jae H. Hahn—New Paintings.”
Hahn’s work is known for its simplistic designs that
gain complexity through countless layers of glazes
over deep color. ‘Terrence Karppwicz -^New
Sculptures.” Finely crafted joints and use of balanced
sphere shapes are hallmarks of the sculptor’s pieces,
displayed in the outdoor sculpture garden. Ongoing.
859 NE 125th St, North Miami, 305891-3745.
Wyland Gallery: “Wyland, Jim Warren, Dan Mackin, and
A1 Hogue.” Paintings and sculptures by the surrealist
and fantasy artists, whose works often touch on
environmental themes, are on view, including recent
works by Wyland: two bronze sculptures (Dolphin
Speak and Dolphin Dream), several Lucite sculptures,
and a lithograph titled Genesis. Ongoing. 1213 E Las
Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 9545224222, â– 
Museums
Friday, June 25
Body and Soul: Art and Light in the Vbruba Universe: The
more than 150 works in the show represent past and
present beaded arts from Yoruba cultures in Africa
and the Americas. Through Aug 29. Miami Art
Museum, 101W Flagler St, Miami, 3053753000.
Sunday, June 27
Greek Mythology: Xenia Fortin, whose sculptures have
been shown at the Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale
and at the Boca Raton Museum of Art, incorporates
geometric guidelines and unusual materials to create
an illusion of suspended movement Through Sep 5.
Coral Springs Museum of Art, 2855 Coral Springs Dr,
Coral Springs, 9543404200.
Sybil Boss Heinman: The figurative study paintings by
the award-winning artist teacher, art historian, and
adjudicator are reflections on contemporary American
life. Through Sep 5. Coral Springs Museum of Art,
2855 Coral Springs Dr, Cord Springs, 9543404200.
Tuesday, June 29
Heads Up!: Highlights From the Permanent Collection: A
selection of mixed-media installations, sculptures,
paintings, and photographs are on view. Through
Sep 26. Museum of Contemporary Art, Joan Lehman
Bldg, 770 NE 125th St North Miami, 3058936211.
Ongoing
Boca Raton Museum of Art: “48th Annual All Florida
Juried. Competition & Exhibition.” Color and black-
and-white photography; oil, watercolor, and acrylic
paintings; pencil and pastel drawings; and mixed-
media works by 47 winning artists are on view.
“Herman Somberg: Post-Cubist Drawings.”
A contemporary and colleague of abstract
expressionists Franz Kline, Rothko, and de Kooning,
Somberg depicts the human condition in .
vibrant cubist shapes and radiant colors.
“Jerry Weiss: Portraits and Landscapes.”
Weiss, who creates both portraits and
landscapes, is considered one of the
leading academic portrait painters in the
United States. “Mary Eflen Mark: Imagist.”
Mark, one of the world’s leading
photojournalists, is famous for her images
of downtrodden, outcast, and oppressed -
people of the world. Through Jul 11.
Sculpture garden. Ongoing. 801
W Palmetto Park Rd, Boca Raton,
561-392-2500.
Broward County Museum: “Helping Hands
Through History: The Legacy of
Community Service in Broward County.”
Exhibition highlights the history of service
organizations in the county and is an
ongoing project that will be supplemented
during the run of the show; groups and
organizations are invited to submit
photographs, artifacts, and information.
Through Jan 2000.151 SW 2nd St, 2nd Fir,
Fort Lauderdale, 9547654671.
Cornell Museum: “1999 Ecology Exhibit”
The works of Fabian Martinéz Barrero,
Fernando de Jésus Oliveira, John Von
Schmid, and Omar Torres Perez address
dangers to the environment and wildlife.
Through Jul 6. “Cuban Masters.” More
than 40 pieces of art by master artists living
in Cuba today are on view, including works
by Nelson Dominguez, Eduardo Abela, Jose
Luis Farinas, Dagoberto Jaquinet Fabian
Martinez, Elsa Mora, and Alicia Sagal.
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Through Aug 30.51N Swinton Ave, Delray Beach,
561-243-7922.
Doll Museum: “Barbie and Her Friends: 1959-1972.”
Exhibition features original Barbies, a prototype Ken
doD that was never produced, and vignettes of early
Barbie furniture, cars, and accessories; other
exhibitions include Alexander dolls, The Wizard ofÓz
dolls, and w I Love Lucy doll. Ongoing. Dream Dolls
Gallery and More, Uptown-Downtown Flea Market
and Outlet Mall, 5700 Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm
Beach, 561-640-9575.
Fort Lauderdale Historical Museum: A gallery of changing
exhibits depicting South Florida history, as well as the
historic King-Cromartie House, New River Inn, and
Philemon Bryan House. Ongoing. 219 SW 2nd Ave,
Fort Lauderdale, 954463-4431.
Graves Museum of Archaeology and Natural History:
Permanent collection of archaeological artifacts,
including dinosaur skeletons. Ongoing. 481S Federal
Hwy, Dania Beach, 954-925-7770.
Henry M. Flagler Museum: “Whitehall.” The 55-room' J
1901 home of the pioneer Florida developer and
railroad magnate stands as a monument to the “Gilded
Age,” featuring period rooms, porcelain collections,
paintings, silver, glass, dolls, lace costumes, and The
Rambler, Flagler’s personal railroad car from 1886.
Ongoing. 1 Whitehall Way, Palm Beach, 561-655-2833.
International Museum of Cartoon Art “Tarzan: From
Burroughs to Disney.” The exhibition of comic books,
comic strips, movie posters, and vintage Tarzan toys
and games coincides with the 70th anniversary of the
first Tarzan of the Apes comic strip adaptation of Edgar
Rice Burroughs’ 1914 book and the opening this
month of the new Disney Pictures animated film
Tarzan, original sketches, drawings, and models from
which are included in the show as well. Through
Sep 19. “The World Events Gallery Featuring Hot
Topics .” Editorial cartoons on subjects of current
interest, plus selections from the permanent
collection, including international editorial cartoons,
comic book and comic strip art, and the William
Randolph Hearst Cartoon Hall of Fame. Ongoing. 201
Plaza Real, Boca Raton, 561-391-2200.
Lowe Art Museum: “Pure Vision: American Bead
Artists.” The show focuses on the rich history of
beads and their use as a vehicle for cultural expression
and includes pieces by 28 artists whose work ranges
from intricate necklaces to large wall constructions.
“The Venerable Bead: Beaded Objects From the
Permanent Collection.” A selection of pieces from the
collection illustrates the use of beads in Native
American and African art Through Jul 25. University
of Miami, 1301 Stanford Dr, Coral Gables,
305-284-3535.
Miami Art Museum: “New Work: Lisa Roberts—Blind
Side.” Paris-born New York artist Roberts created a
16mm film for the New Work series at the museum
and says the movie “operates as a sculptural element
within a constructed space” and reverses the
traditional cinematic experience by shifting the viewer
into á position of active participation. Through Jul 4.
“New Acquisitions: Dream Collection... Part Five.”
The most recent additions to the museum’s
permanent collection are unveiled and displayed
alongside other objects from the collection. Through
Oct 31.101W Flagler St, Miami, 305-375-3000.
Morikami Museum: “Cultural Tales: The Art of Japanese
Handmade Dolls by Group Kaze.” The exhibition
includes 50 dolls made by the members of award-
winning Japanese doll association Group Kaze, which,
in the long Japanese tradition, creates dolls that are
considered not toys but aesthetic works of art and '
invests the dolls’ feces with detailed expressions of
emotion. Through Sep 26. ‘Fibbers Forum.” The
interactive exhibition is based on a Japanese quiz show
and features a display Of everyday objects from Japan
for which three descriptions are provided, two of
which are “fibs,” and visitors try to choose the correct
one. “The Yamato Colony: Pioneering Japanese in
Florida.” A display of art and artifacts relating to the je
early Japanese farming settlement in Palm Beach
County. Ongoing. 4000 Morikami Park Rd, Delray
Beach, 5614950233.
Museum of Art “CoBrA' A Collection.” Pieces from
the museum’s permanent collection represent the
work of a group of artists in Europe following World
War II who shared an interest in socioeconomic
issues and took a socialist slant in their views,
believing that art for the people by the people was
the ideal, drawing upon elements of folk art,
children’s drawings, Art Brut, Nordic mythology
and African sculpture to create a new “style” of art;
includes works by Dotremont, Jorn, and Appel.
Through Jul 31. “Intimate Glackens.” Exhibition of
more than 50 small paintings by William Glackens
(1870-1938) includes preliminary sketches that
illustrate how carefully planned his impressionist -
paintings and drawings were. Through Aug 8.
“Javier Marin: Sculptures.” The clay sculptures in
the exhibition by the celebrated Mexican artist are
mostly from private collections in California, New
York, and South Florida. Through Aug 15. “Alfredo
Jaar: Lament of the Images.” Inspired by the .
politically charged legacy of the 1994 genocide in
Rwanda, Jaar has created three compelling
photographic installations that strive to counter and
transform the conventions of photojournalism by
including photographs of the eyes of witnesses and
the landscape, rather than violent images of
victimization. Through Aug 22, “1999 South Florida
Consortium Exhibition.” From among more than
350 entries submitted by artists working in.
Broward, Palm Beach, Miami-Dade, Monroe, and
Martin counties for consideration in the
consortium’s fellowship program, five out-of-state
jurors chose seven winners, whose works are on
view in the show. Through Sep 12.1E Las Olas
Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-525-5500. Reviewed in
this issue.
Museum of Contemporary Art - Lake Worth: “At
Century’s End.” Original works by young,
emerging American artists on loan from the John P.
Morrissey Collection of ’90s Art “Encuentro.” The
works by informalist Gabriel Ramos Garcia
incorporate animal skins, bulls’ horns, and
religious collages._“Figuratively Speaking.” The
paintings of Barbara Pflanz-Nagasawa feature
anatomically correct drawings of human figures
created from layers of material buildup and
reduction. Through Jun 27. 601 Lake Ave, Lake
Worth, 561-582-0006. See “Night & Day.”
Horton Museum of Art “Scale Matters: Mega Vs. Mini.”
Comprised mainly of works from the museum’s
permanent collection, the show examines how the size
of an artwork imparts meaning and features selections
such as Andy Warhol’s monumental soup cans and a
Zhou Dynasty rabbit pendant Through Oct 10.1451
S Olive Ave, West Palm Beach, 561-832-5194.
Palm Beach Photographic Centre Museum and Gallery:
“Florida Invitational Exhibition: The Photograph as a
Point of Departure.” The show highlighting Florida
photographers features traditional or digital
photographs that have been manipulated in order to
express new concepts, techniques, and emotions.
Through Aug 7.55 NE 2nd Ave, Delray Beach,
561-276-9797.
Sanford L. Ziff Jewish Museum of Florida: “Barely a
Minyan: The Last Elderly Jews of South Beach.” The
photographic exhibition features 75 images taken
between 1977 and 1986, which depict the life of Miami
Beach’s elderly Jews, a population that largely
disappeared from the area following the renaissance of
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“Mosaic: Jewish Life in Florida.” Art and objects
representative of the Jewish presence in the state.
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305672-2014.
The Wolfsonian: “Depero Futurista” A selection of
paintings, sculptures, graphic designs, set designs,
furniture, tapestries, and decorative objects by
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A Strip-Mall
Oasis
By Jen Karetnick
OK, here’s a question: What does a chef who
is a native of Lebanon, speaks five languages,
has trained in Paris restaurants, and has
attended culinary school in Oslo, Norway,
do next?
Easy — he marries an American girl from
Davie and opens a restaurant in a strip mall in
Cooper City.
Sure, that’s the shorthand version. I’ve con-
densed the 27 years that Aboud Kobaitri, pro-
prietor of La Brochette Bistro, has cooked pro-
fessionally, not to mention his now-16-year
marriage and his two practically grown kids.
I’ve skipped the dozen or so years the 46-year-
old executive chef held the helm at Charade
and Food Amongst the Flowers in Miami-
Dade and La Reserve in Fort Lauderdale. Af-
ter all, it does seem odd that Kobaitri’s world-
wide experience should have culminated in
an 84-seat, French-i nfl uenced bistro located in
southwest Broward Coupty, of all places. Let’s
face it — when Kobaitri moved to Davie lo
those many years ago (he now lives in Peru-
broke Pines), the city wasn’t exactly Inter-
national Central. It still isn’t, despite the
multicultural flight from Miami-Dade after
Hurricane Andrew.
Or then again, maybe this is exactly
where he belongs. Not only does La Bro-
chette Bistro stand out from the other local
shopping-plaza eateries, but a meal there is
an education. You can trace Kobaitri’s train-
ing in dishes such as soft-shell crab, pan-
seared, napped with a lemon-caper beurre
blanc, and served with couscous. You can
glimpse his personal history just by asking
about the name of the restaurant, which he
christened after a favorite eatery in Norway
because the appellation reminded him at
once of France and of his own country.
(Cooking en brochette basically means skew-
ering and grilling—a French term for a com-
mon method in Middle Eastern cookery).
And according to Kobaitri, you can analyze
his personality by cataloging the contents of
the restaurant, which he opened seven years
ago. Indeed, every room in the place is full of
kitschy items he has found. One of Kobaitri’s
passions, in that very little free time when he’s
not putting in a 14-hour day at La Brochette, is
scouring flea markets for old kitchenware and
decorative objects. He labels them antiques,
but I’d call most of his booty collectibles, a
kind word for a lot of junk. He crams every-
thing from French Art Deco advertisements
to Italian pepper mills to bronze sculptures of
ducks into the restaurant. Add in the floral-
patterned wallpaper, the raised dais of a dining
room, and the flat-weave carpeting, and you’ve
got someone’s grandmother’s condo after
she’s given up the family
home but kept all the fur-
nishings. He needs only
some lace doilies to com-
píete the picture.
The place has its own
kind of charm, and one of
the benefits of dining here
is that, much as at your
grandmother’s house, a
good appetite is a bless-
ing, You should come on
a day when you haven’t
eaten much, because
Kobaitri, who mans the
grill and sauté pans him-
self, serves up a terrific
amount of food. His
smoothly professional
staff, by the way, is not
above chiding you for
not cleaning your plate.
You’ve been warned.
That said, don’t ex-
pect most of the items
to arrive via brochette.
Though it’s easy to as-
sume that skewers are
the theme of the restau-
rant, Kobaitri abandoned
the concept a few years
into his stint. “People
think brochette means
shish kebab. It really just
means to be grilled,” he
says. “But if I’m going to
Call something brochette,
I will serve it on the skewer.”
He’s not kidding — the conch fritter starter,
which the menu insists is “on” brochette, con-
sisted of a dozert fried balls pierced through
their centers. The fritters were pleasantly non-
greasy, a warm golden brown, and attractively
presented with a sweet lime dipping sauce.
The only thing they needed more of was
conch, for a nubbier texture. On the other
hand, the conch fillet schnitzel appetizer was
all mollusk. The pounded conch had been bat-
tered and fried to a crisp finish, then drizzled
with a tasty caper-lime sauce. As if to prove the
conch was real, a-giant conch shell was used
as a garnish. We didn’t need the remindér,
though, for the dish toughened up just a little
as it cooled, as conch will.
A kinder, gentler starter, baked Brie en
croüte, revealed Kobaitri’s Parisian roots to
great effect. The meltingly smooth cheese,
buttery and mild, was encased in puff pas-
try and sauced with a honeyed fruit chut-
ney. He also offers escargots and French
onion soup gratinée, if you’re in a French
frame of mind. But it’s actually best not to
t:ome in here with a particular craving. Al-
though Kobaitri presents a fixed Continen-
tal menu with a dozen or so entrées, includ
ing roasted duck with orange-ginger sauce
or a tender veal Oscar, the veal scaloppini
topped with huge shrimp and touched with
what tasted like Pernod, he makes nearly as
many special main courses. Our server rat-
tied these off liké a doll with a pull-string,
but he didn’t mind repeating them and of-
fering his opinions, which we found fyelp-
ful. In fact, he talked us into a tuna steak
seared with ginger, which was served almost
sushi-rare and succulent, over a brochette
of jumbo shrimp.
Two other main courses were somewhat
disappointing. A pounded pork fillet had been
rolled and stuffed with goat cheese and juli-
enne vegetables. We found the broccoli inside
it a poor foil for the tangy cheese, however,
and the meat had been grilled too long, taking
on an unpleasantly charred flavor. The other,
letdown was ostrich, which our server, with
a poker face', described as “Big Bird.” This
meat, scarce as the dodo bird in South Florida
restaurants, seemed more like steak—seared
medallions of ruby red. But Big Bird was a
tough sell that night, quite literally. Maybe he
should have been pounded, too.
All main courses were accompanied by a
scoop of gluey but flavorful mashed potatoes
and preceded by a lovely house salad that beat
out tiie caesar salad appetizer, which was fishy
with anchovy paste. But no matter how re-
freshing the house greens are, I’d recommend
going easy on the roughage in order to save
room for dessert Workaholic Kobaitri bakes
all the sweets himself, including a sumptu-
ous chocolate layer cake filled with hazelnut
mousse, and a milk-chocolate creme brúlée as
smooth as a con man.
Like Kobaitri himself, the wine list hails
from around the world, with top bottles going
for less than 50 bucks. (You can get a good
DeLoach zinfandel for about $34.) As with the
entrées, though, the list tends to change every
so often and isn’t terribly long, so it helps to be
flexible. And if you desire something you don’t
see, just ask. Kobaitri knows that in his own
place, which he opened because “he hated
working for other people,” doing what he
wants often means doing what you want
— an attitude that makes this internation-
ally cultured chef even more of a boon to
Cooper City.
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954-435-9090. Lunch Wednesday and Thursday
from 11:30 a.m. till 2 p.m. Dinner Tuesday through
Sunday from 5 till 10 p.m.
Aboud Kobaitri serves his conch schnitzel on a plate, not a skewer
A Superb Dining
Experience
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Miami Herald ★★★
South Florida Magazine ★★★
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Florida Trend Magazine, Top 200
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Dining Guide
The following restaurants are recommended by New
Times Broward'Palm Beach restaurant criticJen
Karetnick. Please call restaurant in advance for operat-
ing hours, reservations, and other specific informátíon.
Price Guide (based on a complete meal for one,
excluding tip and alcoholic beverages)
$: Léss than $10
$$: From $10 to $20
$$$: From $20 to $30
$$$$: More than $30
Fort Lauderdale & Vicinity: Fort IfautierdalerLauaefc' - '
dale Lakes, Oakland Park, and Wilton Manors
Northeast Broward: Deerfield Bea^y^ajiderdaj^by-
the-Sea, Lighthouse Point, and Poriipario Beach
Northwest Broward: Bonaventuré, Coconut Creek, '
Coral Springs, Margate, North J[>auderdale,i
Parkland, and Tamarac
West Broward: Lauderhill, PlantationfandSunrise.'-
Southwest Broward: Coopér City, ¿Davie, Hacienda
Village, Miramar, Pembroke Pipes, and Weston
Southeast Broward: Dania Beach, Hallandale,
Hollywood, and Pembroke
South Palm: Atlantis, Boca Raton, Boca WesC^' 8 *' • ...
Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Hypoluxo, lantana,
Manalapan, and South Palm Beach
Central Palm: Cloud Lake, Glen Ridge, Greenacres,
Lake Worth, Palm Beach, Palm Springs, Wellington,
and West Palm Beach
North Palm: Juno Beach, Jupiter, Lake Park, North
Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Riviera Beach,
andTequesta
Fort Lauderdale ,Area
Baja Cafe: For information see listing tinder '
Northeast Broward. 3327 E Oakland Park Blvd,
Fort Lauderdale, 954-563-711Of |£v
Big Pink: “Real Food For Real People* Is the. irfplto
*— meaning big, juicy burgers,’ macárbiíi and; k’
cheese, baby-back ribs, rotisserp: chicken, éveñ.a
TV dinner. Ya know, comfort foods, Things gets
little creatively ethnic with items/likedjie bagel»- ,
and-lox salad, Turkish lamb pizza(Meiqcan_sh)Bffip .
calzone, and Thai pasta. Dome^e bf ithgdr® , it ;
works for us, as do old-time derisééts like red •
velvet cake. Lunch and dinner, las Olas Riverfront,
300 SW Ist Ave, Fort Lauderdale, - '«vES
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Bimini Boatyard: Positioned next to tifo marina, , •
everything is huge under this roof -4 two bars, an. :
extensive dining room, and por&fog that Costón
feed that starving child your njorn’ toWyoirabout.
for a week. Next to efficient sarvrcejtn&wSIrpfff'''*''
is the baked goods11n honey-infused loaf as a
starter, the sliced dill bread and focaccia as
sandwich materials, the biscuits that make brunch
beautiful. Enormous salads, wood oven-baked
pizzas, and seafood entrées like skillet-seared tuna
and lump crabcakes star. Outdoor seating. Brunch,
lunch, and dinner. 1555 SE 17th St, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-525-7400. $$$
Bistro Double U: A clever and hip addition to staid
Galt Ocean Mile. Chef-proprietors Uli Dippon and
Udo Mueller put hotel-school backgrounds to
good use, creating a comfortable and innovative
dining experience. A beggar’s purse appetizer,
pastry filled with escargots and a pernod-cream
sauce, or an arugula salad with warm potato
dressing highlights the pair’s European training.
The tropics come into play with a silken smoked
chicken-and-curry soup or a pan-seared snapper
entrée with a tomato-gin beurre blanc. Desserts
are fairly straightforward — créme brulée, apple
tart — but nicely done. Dinner only. 3355 NE 33rd
St, Fort Lauderdale, 954-561-8789. $$$
Boteco: This one-stop entertainment center is a
Brazilian restaurant, a sports bar, a nightclub, and
a seller of tickets to live soccer matches. The décor
is rustic and charming, and while the fare can be
too salty, it’s also verifiably authentic. Grilled
provolone cheese sprinkled with oregano, and
hearts of palm salad are less-seasoned starters.
Steaks are great cuts Of meat, while Casseroles like
feijoada or shrimp simmered in coconut milk make
for filling entrées. Passion fruit mousse for dessert
is a tangy finale. Lunch and dinner. 4140 N Federal
Hwy, Fort Lauderdale, 954-5663190. $$
Brazil Brazil: If the name isn’t enough of a hint, the
samba costumes hanging from the ceiling should
convince you that this place serves Brazilian fare.
Ijn fact, the restaurant probably serves the most
| reasonably priced fodizio in town, particularly if
you go for lunch. Whatever meal you eat, make
sure to order the full rodizto, which includes
unlimited trips to the salad bar, side dishes like
black beans and fried yuca, and of course the
grilled meats and poultry that are sliced from
skewers directly onto your plate. Lunch and dinner.
1620 N Federal Hwy, Fort Lauderdale,
954-561-8200. $$
By Ward of Mouth: More like By Sight of Eye. The
diner stands up ánd chooses from a visual menu,
gourmet grub racked and ready to go in the deli
case. Moré Automat than not, this expanded
catering operation is not for those who prefer veal
chops'and tuna^tpaks cooked to rare
spécifications. But déásert-lovers won’t mind the
rich ¿¡selection. Lunch and dinner. 3200 NE 12th
Ave, Fort Lauderdale, 954-564-3663. $$$
California Cafe: The colorful, spacious dining room
says California.thevipw says good ol’ South
Florida, and what the food says is anybody’s guess.
An upscale chain, thisl^atery isn't shy about pairing
Asian flavors with Mediterranean. The results are
barbecued ribs, tangy shrimp-and-steak stir-fry,
voluptuous salads Such as salmon over greens,
â– gourmet pizzas, and pastas. Lunch and dinner. 2301
SÉ 17th St, Fort Lauderdale, 954-728-3500. $$$
Canyon Southwest Cafe: Executive chef Chris Wilber
has a thing for Southwestern flavors — chile
peppers, roasted corn,black beans, cilantro. You
can¡get anybr all of these ingredients in palate-
tingling appetizers like the house-smoked duck
oyer tortilla chips and main courses like the shrimp-
and-scallóp burrito. Bat his sensibilities extend to
Europé and beyond, as proven by crisp prosciutto-
and-Briéqtíésadfllálpjjstachio-crusted dolphin with
a coconut-cürry sauce, and bread pudding studded
with cranberries fof dessert. Dinner only. 1818
E Sunrise Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-765-1950. $$$
Carlos & Pope’s: A Mexican-American restaurant
with a well-developed sense of humor. Mexican
pizzas, nachos, enchiladas, quesadillas, and other
cheese-topped goodies are on order here. Original
recipes like tuna dip and borrowed ones like the
original Cobb salad (from the Brown Derby
restaurant in Beverly Hills) show promise. Do
Mexican-Americans like to eat ice cream? You
-jbelcha — but deepened, of course. Lunch and
dinner. 1302 SÉ 17th St, Fort Lauderdale,
.154467-7192. $$
Casablanca Cafe: A Mediterranean restaurant in a
. restored house, open to the sea air downstairs,
-modestly elegant upstairs. Go light and seasonal
with goat cheese salad of grilled vegetables, or
hearty and hear thy with baked escargots and
Casablanca paella. The peanut butter brownie
. mousse cake for dessert comes as a slice or a
sliver; we suggest the slice. Outdoor seating.
Lunch arid dinner..3049 Alhambra St, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-764-3500. $$
Catfish Dewey’s: We’re surprised the tables and
chairs haven’t been breaded and given the hot-oil
treatment in this joint, where much of the menu
(look down, it’s your place mat) comes as crisp as
Jack jumping over the candlestick. Catch owners
Shirley and Dewey on the right night, and it’s fry-
factory delight with all-you-can-eat shrimp or
catfish. Or choose a great pair of gams—frogs’ or *
Alaskan snow crab legs, that is. Juicy baby-back
ribs and a king-cut New York strip console the
carnivore. Lunch and dinner. 4003 N Andrews Ave,
Fort Lauderdale, 954-566-5333. (Also in Northwest
Broward.) $$
Cheeburger, Cheeburger: No loafing around when the
onion loaf appears on the table, or you’ll surely lose
out. Same goes for the juicy, drippy cheeseburgers,.
ranging from sampler size (six ounces before
cooking) to serious (ten ounces b.c.) to group |
therapy (18 ounces b.c.). Wash it down with a
chocolate malt, and you’ll have experienced one of
the last unpretentious holdouts on Las Olas.
Qutdoor seating. Take-out and delivery. Lunch and
dinner. 708 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-524-8824.$
Chuck's Steak House: As if the double-entendre name
doesn’t give it all away. But even the burgers aren’t
just ground chuck — we’re talking sirloin. Not to
mention house-aged and hand-cut prime rib, filet,
and porterhouse, in addition to Southwestern-style
chicken and stuffed shrimp. Ah all-you j can-
masticate salad bar is as endangered as manatees
and just as much a South Florida delight. Lunch
and dinner. 1207 SE 17th St, Fort Lauderdale,
954-764-3333. (Also 2428 E Commercial Blvd, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-772-2850; West Broward; and
South Palm.) $$
Costello's: If the words “neighborhood” and
“elegant” aren’t mutually exclusive, then they
describe this inviting eatery. The contemporary
American menu is reasonablypriced, portions are
generous, and seafood is day-boat fresh. Take the
true test and order a shrimp cocktail and filet
mignon. Both are perfectly executed. Or sample
some of the more inventive goodies, like the pork
chop stuffed with apples and topped with a pear-
raisin chutney. A lengthy list of nightly specials
yields good pastas, too, such as the veal-stuffed
ravioli. Dinner only. 2345 Wilton Dr, Wilton Manors,
954-563-7752. $$$
Darrel & Oliver's East City Grill: The Café Maxx duo of
Darrel Broek and Oliver Saucy oversees this pan-
Asian eatery with superb efficiency, as the crowds
attest. Standouts include baby clams and black
mussels steamed in sake arid miso broth; Creole
shellfish jambalaya with a host of seafood, sausage,
and vegetables; Sonoma duck breast with currant-
papaya chutney and an orange-chipotle-tamarind
glaze; and a fabulous Korean pork tenderloin with a
spicy peanut crust and a crisp noodle spring roll. As
for dessert, anything chocolate is a treasure.
Covered outdoor seating. Breakfast, lunch, and
diriner. 505 N Atlantic Blvd, Fort ¿Lauderdale,
954-565-5569. $$$$
Dionysos: You don’t have to like belly dancing and
live music to enjoy this supper club named for the
Greek god of wine, but it helps. It also doesn’t hurt
to adore moussaka, pastitsio, souvlaki , and roast leg
of lamb, four of the house’s specialty entrées.
Stuffed grape leaves, spinach pie, and Greek
meatballs are a perfect way to prepare your
stomach for the small selection of Greek wines,
including retsina, or if you insist, the more powerful
ouzo. Dinner only. 3485 N Federal Hwy, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-5664377. $$$
East Coast Burrito Factory: Forget the standard
burrito — the “Florito’s” in favor here, with black
beans and rice substituting for refried beans to give
it that subtropical flair. Get the 12-inch (large) or
14-inch (larger) stuffed with grilled chicken,
roasted and shredded beef, marinated pork in
tomatillo sauce, or even snow crabcake. Roll-ups
(Mexican subs), fajitas, and soft tacos are variations
on the tortilla theme. Outdoor seating. Counter
service, take-out, and delivery. Lunch and dinner.
261E Commercial Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-772-8007. (Also 1016 NE 15th Ave, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-764-2223; Northeast Broward; West
Broward; and-South Palm.) $
Eduardo do San Angel: This award-winning gourmet
Mexican restaurant amazes clientele with its
subtlety. Tantalizing starters include roasted
poblano peppers filled with salmon mousse and stir-
fried spinach with baked Brie and red chili oil.
Peppercorn-crusted Keys yellowtail, butterflied
pork chop with roasted plum tomatoes and green •
chifles, and filet mignon stuffed with squash
blossoms and goat cheese challenge the
conventional definition of Mexican. Outstanding
poached pears and mango créme brülée for dessert
Dinner only. 2822 E Commercial Blvd, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-7724731. $$$
Evangeline: You can’t help hearing the Matthew
Sweet song when you think of the name. And you
can’t help singing, or at least humming, as you scarf
down the sirloin steak po’ boy, sip the turtle soup
and smoked-rabbit gumbo, or bite into the baby
coho salmon topped with spinach crabmeat mousse.
Cheesecake for dessert changes daily. Outdoor
seating. Lunch and dinner. 211S Atlantic Blvd, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-522-7001. $$$
15th Street Fisheries and Boathouse: Cozy and
unpretentious, the lounge serves a lower-priced
menu, including alligator burgers, crawfish
quesadillas, and buckets of spiced peel-’n’-eat
shrimp. For a more formal meal, the dining room
upstairs offers a variety of fresh fish, broiled or
blackened; pastas such as seafood cannelloni and
Cajun shrimp fettuccine; and exotic fare that goes
FOODSTUFF
BY JEN KARETNICK
The problem with most cooking classes, as I see it, is that they take place in a kitchen
— a hot, humid, sweaty place where you wind up smelling like whatever it is you
learned how to make:. Well, Oliver Saucy, chef-proprietor of the famed Cafe Maxx, has
come up with a solution. He, Gianni Respinto (executive chef at Saucy’s other restau-
rant, East City Grill), and pastry chef Lauren Parrish will be offering cooking classes
this summer on East City Grill’s air-conditioned porch (505 N. Ocean Blvd., Fort
Lauderdale, 954-782-0606). Not only can you divine Saucy 1 s trade secrets, but you can
do it with an ocean view. Classes run through September 16, cost $40 each, and begin
at 11:30 a.m. As a bonus, if you can’t attend the classes in person, you can log on to
digitalchefs.com and watch a live broadcast. Technology—ain’t it great?
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down under for kangaroo and ostrich filets. Dinners
look expensive, but include salad, bread, and an
appetizer. Outdoor seating. Lunch and dinner. 1900
SE 15th St, Fort Lauderdale, 954-763-2777. $$$
The French Quarter: Sister to Le Café de Paris, the
Quarter gives us New Orleans via its French
influence. For starters, escargots du cfo/blossom
with wild mushrooms in a Pernod demi-glace, and
seafood gumbo is spiked with andouille sausage.
Entrées include bouillabaisse, frogs’ legs meuniére,
duck á i’orange, and steak au poivre vert. The
setting, an old house á la Orleans just off Las Olas,
is romantic and private. Lunch and dinner. 215
SE 8th Ave, Fort Lauderdale, 9544638000. $$$
Himmarshee Bar & Grille: Owners Tim Petrillo and
Peter Boulukos, two graduates of the Mark Militello
school of cooking, run this eclectic fusion spot with
great sincerity and very little attitude. Appetizers
range from plantain empanadas stuffed with curried
lamb to duck confit over golden raisin polenta. Main
courses, none of which tops the $20 mark, yield a
tasty skirt steak with a piquant chili sauce and
grilled dolphin wrapped with napa (Chinese
cabbage). “Eggless” treats include a pungent caesar
salad and vanilla custard for dessert Lunch and
dinner. 210 SW 2nd St, Fort Lauderdale,
954-524-1818. $$$
H 2 0: More like designer water than the sludge you
get from the tap. You’ve seen the menu before —
Italian-inspired grilled meats and fish, pizzas, and
focaccia sandwiches. Steaks are tender, pastas are
homemade, and plates of greens like the
Mediterranean chopped salad topped with grilled
shrimp are especially inviting. A nice selection of
reasonably priced wines by the glass. Outdoor
seating. Lunch and dinner. 101S Atlantic Blvd, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-760-7500. $$$
II Tartufo: Classic all the way, down to the adjoining
lounge where diners smoke postprandial cigars,
and the live entertainment, a guitarist who plays a
flamenco version of “House of the Rising Sun.”-
Delicate carpaccios and delicious homemade
pastas, including a black peppercorn pappardelle
with portobello mushrooms and sun-dried
tomatoes. Meat courses range from chops to racks
to Scaloppine,- and swordfish encrusted with herbs
and bread crumbs is dependably fresh. Dinner only.
2400 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-767-9190. $$$
Indigo: Pan-Asian here means Malaysia, Indonesia,
and Singapore. The breezy décor reflects that
philosophy, as does the naan pizza with roasted
eggplant, garlic, curried tomato, and pine nuts; the
tuna marinated in coconut milk; the caesar salad
with nuoc cham and cashew dressing; the Balinese
lamb topped with pumpkin seeds and served with
coconut rice; and the Indonesian snapper baked on
banana leaves. Outdoor seating. Lunch and dinner.
Riverside Hotel, 620 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort
Lauderdale, 954467-0671. $$
Jackson's Four Fifty; This place takes seriously the
idea that dining in a restaurant should be a
pleasurable experience from start to finish. The
décor is smart, the seats are comfortable, the
service is exemplary, and the American fere — a
sensible selection of steaks, racks, chops, and
seafood — is adeptly prepared. Noteworthy are the
cider-pepper glazed pork chop, 20-ounce Angus
bone-in ribeye steak, salmon baked in phyllo dough,
and pan-roasted Chilean sea bass — all of which
arrive thick and juicy. Sweet potato hash and
creamy roast-garlic mashed potatoes are first-rate
sides, but desserts such as Snickers terrine with
chocolate sauce are overwhelmed by gooeyness.
Dinner only. 450 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-5224450. $$$$
La Calabria: Though the menu is mostly Italian,
some of the French fere actually captures blue
ribbons at this bistro. Escargots baked in baby red
potatoes are a flavorful way to start, followed by a
hearty rib eye steak smothered in Dijon mustard
sauce. But if you insist on trying the Italian food,
forget the pastas and stick with the calamari, supple
and fresh, and the excellent tiramisu for dessert
Dinner only. 2447 E Sunrise Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-565-2052. $$$
Las Olas Cafe: A charming courtyard and dining
room showcase homemade soups, sandwiches, and
pastas, many of which change daily. Quality,
however, is assured. Check the blackboard for
specials like steamed mussels in coconut milk-curry
sauce or rely on classic entrées such as veal
Marsala. Outdoor seating. Lunch and dinner. 922
E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-5244300. $$$
Las Vegas V: For information see listing under
Southeast Broward. 2807 E Oakland Park Blvd,
Fort Lauderdale,.954-564-1370.
Le Café de Paris: The charming, two-story building is
a cozy, comfortable spread and so is the fare. Páté
and vichyssoise may not surprise, but they sure do
taste good. Veal franpaise, filet of sole meuniére,
prime rib, and rack of lamb are renditions of
century-old recipes. Vive la tradition! Lunch and
dinner. 715 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954467-2900. $$$
Lord Nelson Pub and Eatery: The British have come
and, judging by the quality of the open-faced turkey
sandwich, the ploughman’s lunch, the shepherd’s
pie dampened with port, and the cod dipped in a
Whitbread ale batter and deep-fried, they’re here to
stay. If you prefer to drink your beer rather than eat
it on fish, check out the thirteen imported taps.
Outdoor seating. Lunch, dinner, and Sunday
breakfast 320 SW 2nd St, Fort Lauderdale,
954467-5867. $$
Louie Louie: Casual, comfortable bistro spot with
homemade Italian fare. Terrific tossed baby greens
and Greek salad, which can also be ordered (we’re
not kidding) as the house specialty pizza. Main
courses like veal piccata tend to be skimpy, so stuff
yourself on generous slabs of lasagna, fulfilling
fettuccine Alfredo, and monstrous meatball subs
instead. Outdoor seating. Lunch and dinner. 1103
E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-524-5200. $$
Maguire's Hill 16: One of those dark, smoky Irish
pubs you’d bring your friends to, but maybe not
your family. After all, your relatives would insist bn
sharing your Smoked wild Irish salmon, your
shepherd’s pie, your Irish beef stew, your bangers
and mash. With friends all you gotta do is order ’em
a pint of Guinness and they’ll leave you and your
corned beef and cabbage alone. Live entertainment
Lunch and dinner. 535 N Andrews Ave, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-7644453, $$
Mangos: A trendsetting sidewalk café that’s never
not busy. The fashionable snack on smoked mahi-
mahi dip and seafood salad tossed with cantaloupe
and sip cosmopolitan martinis; the uncaring gorge
on garlic smashed potatoes and chicken puff pie
and wash ’em down with a Bud. And everyone has a
good time, even when S.R.O. goes into effect during
the busiest times. Live entertainment Outdoor
seating. Lunch and dinner. 904 E Las Olas Blvd,
Fort Lauderdale, 954-5235001. $$
Mark's Las Olas: Masterminded by the talented and
award-winning Mark Militello, this sculptured
restaurant features his trademark New American
fusions. Start with cracked conch with black bean-
mango salsa and vanilla rum butter sauce, seared
scallops with oxtail and red wine sauce, or risotto
cake with a ragout of snails before moving on to
tuna pizza with oven-dried tomatoes and roasted
onions, white duck with honey-mango glaze, or osso
buceo with baby vegetables and mustard spaetzle.
Outdoor seating. Lunch and dinner. 1032 E Las Olas
Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954463-1000. $$$$
Max's Beach Place: A typical Dennis Max property—
busy, trendy, and reliably good. Service can be off at
times, but the tempura-battered mushrooms filled
with goat cheese are undoubtedly on. Salads posing
as main courses include a lovely Maine lobster and
avocado combo, complemented by roasted corn and
lemongrass vinaigrette. Redesigned comfort food is
usually the order of the day, however: herb-crusted
chicken “chop,” wood-grilled lamb “steak,” and
spice-crusted tuna “filet mignon.” White-chocolate
bread pudding for dessert. Lunch and dinner.
BeachFlace, 17 S Atla ntic Blvd. Fort Lauderdale,
954-525-5022.$$$ "W
Max's Grille: For information see listing under South
Palm. 300 SW 1st Ave, Fort Lauderdale,
954-779-1800.
Mezzanotte: For information see listing under South
Palm. Las Olas Riverfront, 300 SW 1st Ave, Fort
Láuderdale, 954-7618787.
Mistral: As blue and white as Mediterranean waves,
as friendly as South Florida’s own flat sea. Great
beach-itude combined with peppery chorizo pizzas;
beef tenderloin and baked Brie sandwiches;
spinach, raisin, and pine nut salads; and paella or
bouillabaisse entrées. Cheesecake for dessert
changes daily. Outdoor seating. Take-out. Lunch
and dinner. 201S Atlantic Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
9544634900. $$$
Outback Steakhouss: Leave it to the AuSsies to beat
us at our own game: good ol’ thick, juicy steaks.
Except tor a couple of pseudo-Australian offerings,
you’ll find the menu comparable to an American
house o’ beef—right down to non-beef offerings
such as chicken and fish — but delicious steaks and
bloomin’ onions are what this restaurant is all about
Dinner only 1801 SE 10th Ave, Fort Lauderdale,
954-5235600. (Also 6201N Federal Hwy, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-7714390; Northwest Broward;
West Broward; Southwest Broward; South Palm;
Central Palm; and North Palm.) $$
Quarterdeck: A sports bar that salutes all the local
teams, and that includes college and high school.
Still, the prime rib, homemade chili, coconut
this we know:
what's on the outside
is every bit as important
as what's on the inside.
try our tasty turkey on our
sandwichable potato bagel with
a side salad and a regular
fountain drink. 5.99
FOOD FOR A MIND BAGELING WORLDâ„¢
Call 1-800-Bagel-Me for the location nearest you.
www.einsteinbros.com
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shrimp, dolphin caesar salad) and fresh grilled-fish
sandwiches are the real reasons to attend this
sporting event Take-out Lunch and dinner. 1541
Cordova Rd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-524-1)163. (Also
2933 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-525-2010.) $$
Rainbow Palace: Aptly named—there’s gold under
this rainbow. Creative touches transform even
simple Chinese wonton and duck-noodle soups into
house specialties. Dimple like Dorothy for the
shrimp-and-lobster dumplings, orange beef, cilantro
scallops, and the mushroom trio — portobello,
shiitake, and button varieties sautéed in garlic, soy,
and sherry. Lunch and dinner. 2787 E Oakland Park
Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-565-5652. $$$
Reed's River House: A former Chart House, this
restaurant was actually the turn-of-the-century
home of two brothers, and the interior has been
somewhat restored. The Southeastern fare is also
rooted in history, utilizing ingredients and methods
that have been around since Colonial times. Low
Country dishes from Georgia and South Carolina
are well represented by stone-ground grits spiked
with goat cheese, fried green tomatoes topped with
a red-onion confit, and a rack of lamb entrée given
Southern flair with pear relish. Continuing down
the coastline, the menu also offers excellent pan-
fried alligator and sautéed Everglades frogs’ legs.
Outdoor seating. Lunch, dinner, and Sunday
brunch. 301SW 3rd Ave, Fort Lauderdale,
954-525-7661. $$$
Riverwalk Eatery: Caribbean-theme décor—loud
splashes of color and giant rattan chairs — is
complemented by a blackboard menu of fresh fish
specials and salads of the day. The written list offers
a terrific tomato soup as well as hefty servings of
some fairly standard pastas and burritos. Claims to
be the oldest restaurant on the Riverwalk—since
1990. Outdoor seating. Lunch and dinner. 215
SW 2nd St, Fort Lauderdale, 954-7604373. $$
Royal India: Excellent spicing distinguishes this
crown jewel from the pretendere that crowd the
county. Sarnosas, pakora , and onion bhajta are all
grease-free and crisp, and a half-dozen varieties of
pliant naan challenge the decision-maker. Lamb
saag and butter shrimp rival each other for
succulence. Terrific chutneys, pappadam, and raita.
Lunch and dinner. 3801 Griffin Rd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-964-0071. $$
Rustic Inn Crabhouse: This landmark seafood shack
came up with the culinarian’s answer to life’s little
irritations: garlic crabs. Smash these steamed blues
against the newspapered table with a wooden
mallet, or whack the heck out of some Jonah crabs,
stone crabs, or Alaskan queens. You’ll feel better)
especially if you begin the meal with New England
clam chowder and end it with peanut butter pie for
dessert, both as smooth as a stress-free life. Lunch
and dinner. 4331 Anglers Ave, Fort Lauderdale,
954-584-1637. $$
Sage: The wise diner finds a gourmet bargain at
this charming, cozy cottage, which belies its strip-
mall location. So does the country French fare:
starters such as onions stuffed with ground pork
and veal or goat cheese soufflé; buttery crepes
wrapped around fillings like beef tenderloin strips
with mushrooms in a mustard sauce or garlic
sausage, cheese, apples, and tomatoes; and
entrées including pistachio-crusted fish of the day
in a lightlemony sauce and grilled duck breast
with apples, pears, and arbjpricot sauce. The latter
might satisfy a sweet tootH"as well as a hunger
pang but, let’s face it, nowhere near as well as
desserts like candied créme brülée can. Lunch and
dinner. 2378 N Federal Hwy, Fort Lauderdale,
954-565-2299. $$
Sea Watch: Fresh sea air and fresh seafood mark this
spot, run by the same folks as Bimini Boatyard.
International fish, mollusk, and crustacean dishes,
including New Zealand orange roughy with dill-
chardonnay sauce, bouillabaisse á la Marseillaise in
garlic-saffron broth, and South African lobster tails,
find their way from menu to mouth. Lunch and
dinner. 6002 N Ocean Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-781-2200. $$$
Shula’s on the Beach: Miami’s winningest coach
makes his move to the trendy, revamped Strip, and
it’s no fake. Aged steaks, succulent seafood — all
your basic steak-house needs are fulfilled with
huge, quality filets and fillets, not to mention Maine
lobster. An array of sports memorabilia scattered
throughout this elegant hall creates a dramatic
impact for the fan. Outdoor seating. Breakfast,
lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch. 321N Atlantic
Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-3554000. $$$$
Smoke: A chophouse and cigar bar with a walk-in
humidor and private cigar vaults. You need a strong
stomach to dine here, not because the smoke is so
thick (it can be), but because the steaks are so large
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doused with Peter Luger’s steak sauce, is especially
succulent. Side dishes like garlicky creamed
spinach and roasted garlic mashed potatoes
covered with melted mozzarella are strong enough
to counter the beef. Dinner only. 2861
E Commercial Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-771-8336. $$$$
Starlite Diner: This star’s pretty hard to miss, given
its stainless steel siding. Inside the ’50s-style diner,
nostalgia is as strong as the smell of deep-fried
onion rings, some of the plumpest in the area.
Baked Brie is a classier starter, while chili burgers
and meat loaf platters are hefty meals. The pulled-
pork sandwich shines most brightly. Traditional
malts and egg creams could substitute for dessert
Open 24 hours. 6201 N Andrews Ave, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-938-1116. $
Sushi Rock Cafe: South Beach shows up in Broward.
Tempura and teriyaki are typical entrées, but fish is
the titillation here. Makimonos are as exciting and
innovative as that strip of sand to the south where
models and excess reign and the original Sushi
Rock rocks the blocks. For the superhungry, if not
the supermodel, sushi boats come equipped with
everything but oars. Lunch and dinner. 1515 E Las
Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954462-5541. $$
Try My Thai! Too: For information see listing under
Southeast Broward. 1507 N Federal Hwy, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-6300030.
Vito's Gourmet Pizza: The Vito of Vito & Michael’s
fame is back. This time around hé.offers some of
the best brushed-crust, stuffed-crust, and gourmet
pan pizzas in the area. Pizza chef Vito Maffei also
hand-tosses a terrific thin and crispy pie for New
York pizza fens. Altogether you can choose from
more than 40 combinations. It’s your call, literally —
this guy also delivers. Lunch and dinner. 6212
N Federal Hwy, Fort Lauderdale, 954-772-7701. $
Waxy O'Connor's: The pub’s interior is so
authentically Irish, you almost expect a peat fire to
be burning. Instead, you’ll have to get a glow off the
Harp, Guinness, or Murphy’s Irish Stout, the three
Irish brews on tap. The fere’s a bit inconsistent,
comprising American (Buffalo wings), British
(bangers and mash), and Irish (oak-smoked
salmon) favorites. The Irish standards, particularly
the beef stewed with Guinness and served with
homemade brown bread, are handled best. Have a
nightcap for dessert with whiskey-laced, bread-and-
butter pudding. Lunch and dinner. 1095 SE 17th
Street Gswy, Fort Lauderdale, 954525-9299. $$
Yesterday's: An award-winning restaurant with a
well-deserved reputation. Elegant surroundings
set the scene for finely prepared fresh seafood,
delicately fried, grilled, blackened, or sauteed, and
meats, including some of the heftiest prime rib
around these parts. Though entrées come with a
salad, you might want to indulge in supple
escargots or well-seasoned French onion soup
anyway. Waterfront dining. Dinner only. 3001
E Oakland Park Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-5614400. $$$$
ZAN(Z)BAR: This sole outpost of South African
cuisine in Fort Lauderdale serves a beginner’s
version of the melting-pot flavors of South Africa in
a glorified game-lodge setting. Samoosas are crisp
and light, and alligator croquettes taste like -
crabcakes with a kick. The boerewors and pap may
be the best sausage dish in town. The all-South
African wine list may be somewhat pricey but
features some great bottles. Share the Death by
Dessert special with six of your closest friends.
Lunch and dinner. 602 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-767-3377. $$$
Northeast Broward
Baja Cafe: The logo says, “Baja Cafe or Bust,” but
you’re most likely to do that after you’ve been there.
Fresh and ample, the Cal-Mex cuisine includes tasty
lard-free refried bean-and-vegetable burritos, Pepe’s
delectable spinach enchiladas, and scintillating
shrimp fajitas. Corn salsa and homemade chips
deliver varying degrees of snap, crackle, and
crunch. Flan topped with caramel for dessert.
Dinner only. 4190 N Federal Hwy, Lighthouse Point,
954-782-5622. (Also in Fort Lauderdale Area.) $$
Blue Moon Fish Co.: Only the high-end prices can
make you blue here. Otherwise the jazzy ambiance,
the professional service, and the delectable New
American fare, which is subject to change weekly,
satisfy all the senses. As the name implies, fish
takes center stage, with an appetizer of tuna
marinated in soy-sesame sauce and a main course of
pan-seared yellowtail snapper with goat-cheese
mashed potatoes. Landlubbers win with lamb
chops, sliced off the bone, and filet mignon covered
with pungent Gorgonzola. Godiva soufflels a
sumptuous sweet, but be warned — it’ll cost ya.
Lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch. 4405
WTradewindsAve, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea,
954-267-9888. $$$$
Cafe Arugula: The staff calls this the best rack of
Colorado lamb in South Florida, and they just might
be right Along with the best guava-barbecued
salmon over West Indian pumpkin mash; the best
pork chop Milanese stuffed with prosciutto, basil,
and Gorgonzola cheese; and the best rigatoni with
sauteed chicken, plum tomatoes, spinach, garlic,
and roasted red peppers. The desserts at this
award-winning restaurant never fail to please the
palate, either. Dinner only. 3150 N Federal Hwy,
lighthouse Point, 954-785-7732. $$$$
Calypso: The Calypso’s rocking with Caribbean fare
such as marinated and deep-fried flying fish, stamp
and go (salt cod fish cakes), curried seafood roti,
and just about the spiciest jerk chicken north of
Jamaica Service is pleasant, the atmosphere
relaxed, and the beer as pan-Caribbean as the
menu. Homemade banana bread for dessert. Take-
out Lunch and dinner. 460 S Cypress Rd, Pompano
Beach, 954-942-1633.$$
Casa Grande: The name’s pretty accurate: This is |
good, honest, home-style Cuban cuisine served in
an upscale setting. Fried yuca, ham croquettes, and
pork-filled tamals are ideal for starting a meal, while
ropa vieja and garlic shrimp and chicken satisfy the
heartiest appetites. Mountains of excellently
prepared side dishes include the usual rice, beans,
and plantains. Dinner portions may be impressive,
but then, so’s the flan for dessert Lunch and dinner.
4000 N Federal Hwy, Lighthouse Point,
954-783-5338. $$
Darrel & Oliver's Cafe Maxx: Chef Oliver Saucy and
partner Darrel Broek make culinary history nightly
at this award-winning New World wonder. The
inventive, enticing menu changes often, but if
you’re game for appetizers like grilled rabbit
tenderloin and citrus gnocchi or duck and smoked
mozzarella ravioli, you’ll never have to hunt for a
superior meal again. Main courses include
Szechuan barbecued tuna with lobster and peanut
fritters; balsamic vinegar-mustard-glazed veal chop
with goat cheese-chive mashed potatoes; and herb-
crusted chicken breast with mushroom and pea
risotto. As for dessert, well, save that diet for
another day. Dinner only. 2601E Atlantic Blvd,
Pompano Beach, 954-782-0606. $$$$
Donatello Trattoria: Delectable homemade pastas _
mark this 40-seat storefront eatery. Start with the
house salad and follow it up with a stuffed pasta —
the special ravioli of the day, perhaps, or the
tortelloni with sun-dried tomato and ricotta in a pink
sauce. Though they can be overshadowed by the
stupendous semolina, poultry, veal, and fish dishes
are also uniformly good. Meringue layer cake is a
light, crumbly dessert Dinner only. 1903 E Atlantic
Blvd, Pompano Beach, 954-786-2996. $$$
East Coast Burrito Factory: For information see listing
under Fort Lauderdale Area. 614 E Atlantic Blvd,
Pompano Beach, 954-7854111.
Fin & Claw: Early birds get the Maine lobster, the
Delta Pride catfish, the Atlantic salmon, the
Canadian scallops, and even the crabcakes
Baltimore as an entrée, sandwiched by chowder,
salad, and dessert for less than 15 bucks. But those
willing to forgo the full-course meal in favor of á la
carte items will find a large selection of beef, veal,
and chicken in addition to local and regional fish
: and seafood. Skillet-baked cornbread is a county
favorite. Dinner only. 2502 N Federal Hwy
Lighthouse Point, 954-782-1060. $$$
Hot Tomatoe: This cozy, family-oriented
neighborhood spot Serves up a well-rounded
antipasto (bruschetta, tapénade, roasted peppers,
homemade mozzarella, and chunks of provolone)
and creamy pasta fagioli soup. Eggplant Parmesan
and chicken and veal dishes are tasty; gnocchi,
however, is outstanding. Just don’t let the kids try
the rum-flavored tiramisu (they might develop a
taste for it), and don’t use the restaurant’s sign to
teach them how to spell tomato. Dinner only. 1817
NE 25th St,. Lighthouse Point, 954-785-5058. $$
Kasbah: Traditional Moroccan experiences are hard
to come by in the U.S., so take advantage of this
Pompano Beach restaurant’s pillow-sitting, tea-
drinking, hand-washing ceremonies. Kasbah serves
five-course, prix fixe meals, with all courses except
the entrée meant to be consumed with bread and
fingers. Lentil soup, Moroccan salads, and pastries
stuffed with Cornish hen and crushed almonds are
-followed by your choice of various main courses:
They include a terrific lamb with honey and
almonds, a fish stew, and several vegetarian options.
Dessert is a fruit cup spiked with orange blossom
water, Moroccan pastries, and eye candy — er, belly
dancing. Dinner only. 420 N Federal Hwy, Pompano
Beach, 954-9414277. $$$
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Laspada's: Simply put, these are the best subs in
South Florida, perhaps even the state, so distinctive
that lines are out the door at this filling station, so
mighty that the memories of one meal cast a
shadow over the next several. Homemade rolls and
top-quality meats, not to mention divine chicken and
tuna salads, are stuffed with condiments ranging
from mayo, vinegar, and oil to pickles, onions, and
sweet peppers. Don’t be afraid to have it your way,
as long as you get the words out quick enough —
the staffers are experts at the sandwich shuffle.
Counter service. Lunch and dinner. 4346 Seagrape
Dr, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, 954-776-7893. (Also
Northwest Broward and Southwest Broward.) $
Little Havana II: Elegant and efficient service makes
the tasty Cuban fere that much more satisfying.
Beyond basics include yuca pastry stuffed with
lobster, shrimp in brandy-laced “flamingo” sauce,
and pork filet in tamarind sauce. Great house
specials like dolphin stuffed with shrimp, and oxtail
with wine sauce. Crema catalana for a smooth,
sugary dessert Lunch and dinner. 800 S Federal
Hwy, Deerfield Beach, 954-427-6000. $$
Maui Grille: If all you know about Hawaii is what you
learned from the Brady Bunch episode where Greg
almost drowns while surfing, then Maui Grille will
be quite an education. Serving Hawaii Regional
cuisine, the restaurant offers such goodies as
Kahana black ribs with a passion fruit-plum glaze;
Vietnamese peanut wontons in a lemon grass-chili
vinaigrette; and breast of duck rendered Peking-
style with a sour cherry-passion fruit sauce.
Complement the fruity, spicy flavors of the inventive
fare with Maui Blanc pineapple wine, and finish off.
the meal with grilled Lanai pineapple dipped in palm
sugar. Lunch and dinner. 5022 N Federal Hwy,
Lighthouse Point, 954-571-7788. $$$
Red Fox Bistro: A bistro dressed in diner clothing—
chrome barstools, counter, and all. A touch of
Eastern European influence results in fried chicken
livers over salad, Russian borscht, and Bavarian
sauerkraut Brunch crowds laud the homemade
corned-beef hash, the rich egg dishes, and fresh
chicken and tama salads, as well as patty melts and
generous BLTs. Breakfast and lunch (dinner on
Friday and Saturday only). 3650 N Federal Hwy,
Lighthouse Point 954-783-7714. $
Seafood World: A long-time staple of the seafood
scene, where the atmosphere is rustic but the
prices are not and preparations can be iffy.
Bahamian-accented fish and shellfish are the most
reliable — conch chowder splashed with sherry, for
instance, or fluffy conch fritters. Jamaican jerk
chicken and shrimp are vibrant over Bahamian peas
and rice, and an extensive specials list includes
numerous fresh-fish choices. Lunch and dinner.
4602 N Federal Hwy, Lighthouse Point
954-942-0740. $$$
Sunfish Grill: Chef-owner Anthony Sindaco shines
in this 40-seat, hard-to-find eatery, and it’s not
because the open kitchen is making him sweat.
The perfectly turned-out fish dishes attest to this
guy’s talent for cooking fish: barbecued mahi-mahi
and wild mushrooms in a furto; pan-seared
snapper over wilted spinach and potato-onion cake;
sea bass you don’t need teeth to chew. For a
stronger pair of choppers, filet mignon or a veal
chop served with garlic potatoes and marinated
spinach will thrill. Outrageously rich desserts.
Dinner only. 2771E Atlantic Blvd, Pompano
Beach, 954-788-2434. $$$
Thai Delight The pink-and-red décor combo may
seem typical, the menu somewhat familiar, and the
dry pad Thai far from a delight But the coconut milk-
heavy red curry is anything but ordinary. Steamed
chicken-and-shrimp dumplings and beef satay with
peanut sauce also elevate the restaurant’s status.
Take-out and delivery. Lunch and dinner. 1895
Hillsboro Blvd, Deerfield Beach, 954-360-7400. $$
The Whale's Rib: Two words: fish dip. Or these two:
Ipswich clams. Or how about blackened tuna?
Conch chowder? Oysters Rockefeller? And let’s not
forget whale fries. Dive into fresh seafood here
where the prices are.fine, the servers are friendly,
and the fry cook keeps a close eye on those
bubbling, buttery clams and crisp, homemade
potato chips. Snack in the adjoining bar or sup
casually in the kitschy dining room. Lunch and
dinner. 2031NE 2nd St, Deerfield Beach,
954-421-8880. $$
Waffle's: For 50 years this Miami-based deli chain
has been serving up smoked whitefish and smoked
sable, stuffed derma and stuffed cabbage, reuben
sandwiches and knock reubens (made with
knockwurst instead of corned beef). Cheese
blintzes with cherry sauce, potato latkes with
applesauce, and homemade desserts including
prune Danish and rice pudding end the meal on a
sweet note. Take-out. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
100 S Military Trl, Deerfield Beach, 954-570-9100. $


Northwest Broward
Catfish Dewey's: For information see hsting under
Fort Lauderdale Area. 5718 N University Dr,
Tamarac, 954-722-2005.
Laspada's: For information see listing under
Northeast Broward. 7823 W Sample Rd, Coral
Springs, 954-345-8833.
McDivot's: This is not your mom and dad’s country
club restaurant. Well, OK, so maybe it is. But your
folks must be pretty hip, because despite the golf-
theme décor and elegant ambiance, this place is
relatively mod, offering Maine lobster ravioli in a
scampi sauce and pistachio-crusted grouper with
tropical fruit salsa and mango-papaya coulis. Shrimp
“martinis," Carolina blossom onion, and
mushrooms stuffed with snow crabmeat take the
usual to new levels. Lunch, dinner, and Sunday
brunch. Carolina Club, 3011 Rock Island Rd,
Margate, 954-753-3500. $$$
Muffuletta's: It’d be easy to lose track of this New
Orleans-style eatery — it’s moved a bunch of times
— were it not for the draw of the fried oysters,
crawfish, and beignets. Authentic Cajun/Creole
entrées include red beans and rice, shrimp Creole,
and jambalaya. Sandwiches, usually lighter meals,
are actually heftier here, especially the namesake
muffuletta layered with Italian meats, cheese, and
olive spread. Lunch and dinner. 5634 W Sample Rd,
Coconut Creek, 954-968-5225. $$
Outback Steakhouse: For information see fisting
under Fort Lauderdale Area. 650 Riverside Dr,
Coral Springs, 954-345-5965.
West Broward
Orasserie Max: Buried in the Fashion Mall, this place
still manages to attract a healthy crowd via its sense
of style and dependable appetizers, salads, and
entrées: barbecued salmon with roasted corn and
black bean salsa; spinach leaves with bacon, goat
cheese, and warm honey-mustard dressing; nut-
crusted dolphin, and meat loaf. Comfort continues
with desserts such as upside-down apple pie. Lunch
and dinner. 321N University Dr, Plantation,
9544248000. $$
Chuck's Steak House: For information see fisting
under Fort Lauderdale Area. 300 S State Rd 7,
Plantation, 954-584-8812.
Damon & Dano's: This high-end sports bar has the
requisite TVs, football fans, and young wait staff.
But the sophisticated dinner menu may surprise
you—especially the marinated veal chop or
boneless Delmonico steak. Catch of the day and
half a dozen pastas are freshly prepared, and creme
brúlée is a surprisingly elegant dessert But hard-
core sports bar fans need not despair; the eatery
also offers bacon-cheeseburgers, fried mozzarella,
and Buffalo wings in a variety of portion sizes at
reasonable prices. Lunch and dinner. 12594
W Sunrise Blvd, Sunrise, 954835-2220. $$$
East Coast Burrito Factory: For information see listing
under Fort Lauderdale Area. 10059 Cleary Blvd,
Plantation, 954476-5655.
Emerald Coast A popular place to stuff your face.
The reasonably priced Chinese and American
buffet is all-you-can-eat, and includes a soup cart a
salad bar, and an international dessert table.
Chinese standouts include meaty barbecued spare
ribs, tender pepper-steak, and mussels in black
bean sauce. American highlights appear on the
salad, bar: steamed peel-and-eat shrimp, New
Zealand mussels, and, on weekends, snow crab
legs. Carved prime rib alone is worth the price of
admission. For dessert ice cream sundaes, creme
caramel, and almond cookies vie for attention.
Lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch. 4519 N Pine
Island Rd, Sunrise, 954-572-3822. $$
Japan Hill/Da Mee Rale This Korean-owned Japanese
restaurant is an elegant surprise on the inside, and
not just because the décor is attractive. Soups can
be so-so, and appetizers iffy. But sushi, especially
white tuna, is reliably good. And the Korean
barbecue, grilled right at the table, is tantalizing. Be
sure to request the Korean menu and a grill table
when you walk in, though, or all you’re bound to see
is some raw fish. Lunch and dinner. 7225
W Oakland Park Blvd, Lauderhill, 954572-9197. $$
King Palace: An authentic, New York Chinatown
Chinese restaurant in an ill-lit Sunrise strip mall. Go
figure. But you can count on two things to give it
the right feel: the delectable Peking duck and the
messy floor. Choose from the countless noodle
soups and hot pots for a one-dish meal, debate over
the assorted barbecue platters, or dither between
various delectables such as beef with bitter melon
and salt-baked pork chops. Lunch and dinner. 2350
N University Dr, Sunrise, 9547494688. $$
La Stella South: Choose from a dozen veal dishes,
an equivalent number of seafood entrées, and the
same varieties of pastas — chances are, you’ll
find something comforting and familiar in this
family-run place. Spaghetti with marinara is a
staple, along with chicken cacciatora, shrimp
scampi, and fried calamari. Tiramisu may be
tired, but it’s still the recommended dessert.
Dinner only. 3801 N University Dr, Sunrise,
954748-4788. $$$
Las Vegas II: Delivery available from this location
only. For information see listing under Southeast
Broward. 7015 W Broward Blvd, Plantation,
9545844400. (Also Las Vegas IV, Southwest
Broward, 954431-6883.)
Legal Sea Foods: This Boston-based chain looks
trendy, but its best features are old New England
specialties: Ipswich clams, steamed and served with
drawn butter; signature clam chowder; mussels au
gratín; and baked Maine lobster stuffed with a
moist and flavorful cracker crumb-crabmeat
mixture. The restaurant also offers a host of fresh
Northeastern fishes, including bluefish, arctic char,
and Boston scrod. Exemplary quality control and
professional, dependable service make this eatery,
chain or no, one of the best seafood restaurants
around. Lunch and dinner. The Oasis at Sawgrass
Mills, 2602 Sawgrass Mills Cir, Sunrise,
954846-9011. $$$
Max's Grille: For information see listing under South
Palm. 2210 Weston Rd, Weston, 954217-0212.
Mido: The Japanese stuff is negligible, an
afterthought But to discount the Korean fare
would be criminal. We’re talking traditional
casseroles like boiled kim chee with tofu, noodle
dishes you mix with seafood and black bean sauce
right at the table, and barbecue dishes ranging
from marinated thin-sliced tenderloin to beef
tongue with sesame sauce. Fresh fish includes pan-
fried wahoo and broiled flounder. Semifive
entertainment by way of the karaoke machine and
the big-screen TV. Lunch and dinner. 2430
N University Dr, Sunrise, 954742-9197. $$
Mrs. Smokeys: It’s just as the name implies: The ribs
and chicken are smoked first, then barbecued with
sweet, tangy, homemade sauce. Baby-back ribs are
especially succulent Even the barbecued beans and
roasted corn in the husk are smokin’ good. The
restaurant is self-serve, seat-yourself, and the casual
nature of the place is complemented by an
artistically rendered, Western-style dining room.
A great place to finger with a slice of house-baked
pecan or key lime pie for dessert. Outdoor seating.
Lunch and dinner. 1970 Sawgrass Mills Cir, Sunrise,
9548460550. $
Muckers: An authentic Yorkshire pub in Lauderhill.
The best dish, naturally, reflects the origins:
Yorkshire pudding is a delectable, puffy soufflé
soaked with onion gravy. Fish and chips with mushy
peas, cottage pie, Cornish pasties, and Scotch eggs
are honest and wholesome. The menu even offers
some Indian fare, but unless you like your chicken
curry searing, stick with sarnosas as an appetizer.
Sticky toffee pudding for dessert Lunch and dinner.
4506 Inverrary Blvd, Lauderhill, 9547494446. $
Native Village Café: Classy and authentic, this
reasonably priced restaurant offers some of the best
Caribbean cooking in Broward County. Appetizers
are somewhat limited, so get homemade chicken
soup instead. Then follow it up with healthy
portions of curried goat roti, oxtail, jerk chicken,
brown stew fish, stir-fried okra with salt fish, or
chicken smothered with peanuts and coconut
cream. The eatery also provides an extensive
Jamaican-Chinese menu and bakes a fabulous
banana bread-pudding for dessert. On weekends it
turns into a nightclub. Lunch and dinner. 3828
N University Dr, Sunrise, 9547474316. $$ -
Outback Steakhouse: For information see listing
under Fort Lauderdale Area. 1823-B N Pine Island
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Rainforest Cafe: A theme restaurant with an
irresistible (and noisy) sense of humor apparent in
the roaring alligators, the trumpeting elephants,
and the simulated thunderstorms. Warm yourself
up with the tasty calypso dip, made with salmon and
artichokes, or cool down with the “volcanic Cobb
salad,” a plateful of tossed greens and marinated
chicken. Amazon burgers are huge, naturally, and
Kalahari safari potpie is an adventure with mashed
potatoes. Desserts named after animals, like
“monkey business” (coconut bread pudding), may
turn you into one. Lunch and dinner. Sawgrass
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The kicks range from mild, found in appetizers like
crawfish bisque and sautéed alligator, to seriously
zingy, in main courses such as blackened catfish or
blackened filet mignon. Buckets of crawfish, served
in season only (not available July through
December), soft-shell crabs, and muffulettas are
requirements for N’awlins food-lovers. Live blues
Thursday to Saturday. Lunch and dinner. 4587
N University Dr, Sunrise, 954-749-5627. $
Sterling Worth Café & Jazz Emporium: Live jazz and
large servings distinguish this handsome dining
room. Begun as a gift shop, the café was added in
1994 and now serves sprightly salads, focaccia-crust
pizzas, baked Brie sandwiches, and entrées such as
meat loaf, marinated and grilled dolphin, and New
York strip steak with blue cheese-butter topping.
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Southwest Broward. Lunch and dinner. 288 Indian
Trace Rd, Weston, 954-349-6636.
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Antonello: Fine Italian cuisine actually does live in
the suburbs. A family operation, Antdnello’s is at
once homey and classy, like an Italian wedding
reception. Antipasti from a cart include tangy
caponata and roasted-pepper salad dressed with
garlic and olive oil. Hot appetizers include egg-
battered shrimp in a black truffle Sauce and pastas;
stone crab ravioli plays up the kitchen’s expertise
with both seafood and pasta For meat dishes, veal
stuffed with prosciutto and spinach and filet mignon
in rosemary-balsamic vinegar demi-glace are
outstanding. A dessert cart features the best flan
this side Of Spain. Dinner only. 74 Indian Trace,
â– Weston, 954-349-7110. $$$
Armadillo Cafe: Chef-proprietors Kevin McCarthy
and Eve Montella have a decade of Southwestern
style under their sombreros and testimony from
critics in various counties on their walls. Tequila-
grilled shrimp over corn cakes with chipotle butter,
smoked-chicken nachos with maple bacon and
mango salsa, homemade Roquefort dressing over
mixed greens with Fuji apples and spicy onion
rings, and smoked boneless duck with citrus-hoiiey-
thyme sauce are some indications why. Or the
praise may be the result of too many watermelon
margaritas, the house specialty drink. A melting
dessert tray belies how superior the sweets can be,
especially the bourbon-pecan-chocolate-chip pie.
Make a reservation — this place hums. Dinner only.
4630 SW 64th Ave, Davie, 954-791-5104. $$$
Bamboo Garden III: The third installation of this
Miami-based Chinese restaurant might be the
best. Make sure to ask for the small “Chinese”
menu — it yields authentic goodies like kung pao
frogs’ legs and beef tripe with preserved mustard
greens. Steamed whole flounder and Maine
lobster, not to mention dishes like stir-fried rice
noodles with seafood, stocked with shrimp,
scallops, squid, and lobster, are big enough for
four to share, as is terrific hot and sour soup.
Gelatinous mango pudding is a dessert alternative
to fortune cookies. Take-out and delivery. Lunch,
dim sum, and dinner. 10041 Pines Blvd, Pembroke
Pines, 954433-3939. $$
Bangkok Cafe: The Thai sensibility overrulés the
Western one here. In other words, the spice is right,
thank the chili gods, so adjust your curries
accordingly. Sausage salad and mee krob are
excellent starters. Delicious pad Thai, meaty
Bangkok duck (a house specialty), and succulent
shrimp sautéed in a sweet-and-sour sauce challenge
the palate rather than overpower it. Take-out and
delivery. Lunch and dinner. 4801S University Dr,
Davie, 9544344222. $$
Big Tomato Market Grill: It looks and smells like an
Italian market and eats like one, too. Snack on
irresistible garlic rolls as you stare at the produce,
canned products, cheeses, and meats decorating
the dining room. Then segue into veal Parmesan,
chicken Marsala, baked ziti, Or linguine with clam
sauce. Skip the fish dishes, which can be plain and
unreliable, in favor of a different kind of risk — ;
mashed potato pizza, anyone? — to share. Take-out
and delivery. Lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch.
8300 Pines Blvd, Pembroke Pines, 954-704-0100. $$
Canton V: Faves at these popular eateries are
golden mountains of honey garlic chicken and
huge steaks — yes, steaks. In addition to
Cantonese, there’s Szechuan and Mandarin
cuisine. Sauces tend toward thick, heavy textures,
but this is not a place for people with tiny feet and
similarly bound appetites. Take-out and delivery.
Lunch and dinner. 220 N University Dr, Pembroke
Pines, 954435-3388. $$
Carib Palace: A pleasant, upscale interior elevates the
down-home island cooking found here. Trinidadian
roti —flatbread stuffed with cumin-scented beef,
chicken, or goat—is the house specialty, and
deservedly so. Curried goat and fried rice
emphasize the contribution of Asian cultures to
Caribbean cuisine, while Guyanese potato fritters
dipped in habanero chili sauce speak strictly to
owner Gobin Dyal’s nationality. Lunch and dinner.
3414 S University Dr, Davie, 954-382-5990. $
Eric's Bar-B4J Co.: The Texas two-step isn’t just a
dance — it’s' also the number of movements you
need to polish off a plate of baby-back and St. Louis
ribs. One: Hold the rib over your mouth. Two: Allow
gravity to help the meat slip off right into your
ready maw. Yes, they’re that tender. Chicken is
juicy, chili is cheesy, and cornbread is crumbly. If
this is what Texans eat on a regular basis, it’s no
wonder how they grow those cowboys so big and
healthy out there. Lunch and dinner. 10040 Pines
Blvd, Pembroke Pines, 9544353742. $$
La Carreta: A muncheris mecca, with the flashy
wagon wheel out front. The reliable Cuban food, in
fact, is not flashy. But when black beans, midnight
sandwiches, omelets, chicken and yellow rice, and
fried beef dishes like these are at the end of the
journey it’s happy trails indeed. Breakfast, lunch,
and dinner. 301 University Dr, Pembroke Pines,
954-9658161. $
La Cocina Puertorriqueña: This place isn’t named
“Puerto Rican Kitchen” for nothing; it offers
authentic Puerto Rican specialties. Alcapurria, a
meat patty, and longaniza, a homemade sausage,
are especially good to start, though you can avoid
the greasier foods by ordering a delicious conch
salad. Thirty types of mofongo (mashed plantain)
platters and asopao as well as a tangy chicken stew
are featured for entrées. live music and dancing on
weekend evenings. Lunch and dinner. 6742
Pembroke Rd, Pembroke Pines, 954-962-0777. $$
La Hacienda: Pan-Latin American cuisine in
Pembroke Pines never tasted so good, especially if
you’re familiar with Venezuelan dishes, several of
which are represented on the menu. If you’re not,
don’t worry—the octopus sautéed in garlic and
paprika and the arepitas, or fried corn cakes, make
for a pleasant introduction. Follow them up with
oxtail or goat stew, or an unusual combination
entrée of tamal and chicken salad. Rice pudding is a
more typical dessert Lunch and dinner. 11252
Pines Blvd, Pembroke Pines, 954443-0955. $$
Laspada's: For information see listing under
Northeast Broward. 2645 S University Dr, Davie,
9544751099.
Las Végas IV: Delivery available from this location
only. For information see listing under Southeast
Broward. 9905 Pines Blvd, Pembroke Pines,
954431-6883.
Lucille's American Cafe: This isn’t just another diner,
because it evokes the ’40s, not the ’50s. The décor
and comfort food at this joint suggest a decade of
quiet indulgence, when meals were shared mostly
at home. In fact the potato chips, ketchup, blue
cheese dressing, meat loaf, pot roast, arid chicken
potpie are all made on the premises. That includes
the “comfort style” strawberry shortcake for
dessert. Lunch and dinner. 2250 Westori Rd,
Weston, 954-384-9007. $$
Outback Steakhouse: For information see listing
under Fort Lauderdale Area. 7841 Pines Blvd,
Pembroke Pines, 954-981-9789.
Shorty's Bar-B-Q: Rub elbows — literally — with all
sorts at this rib-’n’-chicken joint Seating is at loñg
picnic tables. Just try tearing succulently barbecued
pork off the baby-back bone and crunching corn off
the cob without poking your neighbor at least once.
If the up-close-and-personal aspect of the place
frightens you, go for the more subtle sliced beef
sandwich or the highly seasoned pork steak, which
can be more daintily consumed with knife and fork.
Take-out. Lunch and dinner. 5989 S University Dr,
Davie, 954-6839900. $$
The Sporting Brews: The menu looks like a
newspaper, complete with “articles,” interviews, and
advertisements. If that’s not enough entertainment
for y’all who have forgotten how to read, order
something. Dill pickles are beer-battered and deep-
fried, hobo-style chicken is steamed with vegetables
and beer in aluminum foil, and Grandma Edith’s
meat loaf sandwich is served on white bread with
gravy. House-brewed beers include Winning Streak
wheat, Power Play ale, and Knockout blonde, and
from the kids’ menu, a zippy root beer. Feel free to
indulge your bladder, too — bathroom TVs ensure
you don’t miss a play. Lunch and dinner. 2460
Weston Rd, Weston, 954-3858080. $$
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Stevie B's Rib Café: Baby-back rib lovers unite here
for zesty, tender, full-slab specimens at great prices.
Meatier St. Louis ribs and the barbecued whole
chicken dinner rate for the same reasons.
Obviously this ain’t the place for timid appetites, but
kids can order off a pint-size menu or investigate
sandwiches like the barbecued brisket, half-pound
burger, or crisp-skinned hot dog. Good Buffalo
wings with celery and blue cheese and the
intriguingly named “garbage salad” provide
roughage, as do the football games that are on TV
in season. Dinner only. 2725 N Hiatus Rd, Cooper
City, 954-432-3322. (Also in West Broward.) $$
Southeast Broward
Christina Wan's Mandarin House: The ultraclean fish
tank in front is practically a metaphor for the
exemplary state of affairs here. Egg rolls are crisp
and grease-free, as is the fried tofu with black bean
sauce. Beef chow fun and crystal shrimp with
broccoli burst with bright flavors, and an exemplary
vegetarian menu includes curry “chicken” and
garlic wheat “sausage.” Take-out and delivery.
Lunch and dinner. 2031 Hollywood Blvd,
Hollywood, 954-923-1688. $$
Conca D'Oro: Say “cheese” — stuffed in your lasagna
with meatballs and sausage, layered over your
eggplant or veal Parmesan, sliced with tomato and
basü as a cooling salad, deep-fried and laced with
marinara sauce, or melted over some of the thinnest
pizza pie crust in South Florida (unless, of course,
you order Sicilian). This decades-old pizza parlor
doesn’t fool around, and neither should you,
because if you don’t get there early, you’ll probably
find yourself waiting in line with the rest of the *â– 
D’Oro devotees. Take-out. Lunch and dinner. 1833
Tyler St, Hollywood, 954-927-6704. $$
East Emerald: The menu boasts that this elegant
strip-mall eatery serves “the finest and latest in
Chinese cuisine.” The latest can be found in only
one dish, really—a moist fillet of salmon topped
with ground pork, chopped peppers and green
onions, and black-bean sauce, presented on a bed of
spaghetti. But the finest is unquestionable, from the
barbecued roast pork appetizer and velvety chicken-
com soup to the eggplant shrimp entrée and
multicourse Peking duck, a bargain at $26, Lunch
and dinner. 5301 Sheridan St, Hollywood,
954-894-1390. $$
Giorgio's Grill: If you mind folks ballroom-dancing in
the bar area, then sit in the dining room to enjoy
fried rock-shrimp or calamari, phyllo frittata,
bouillabaisse, or a variety of pastas, grilled fish, and
roasted meats Mediterranean style. If exuberance
annoys you, check out the outdoor seating, which
overlooks both the valet parking service and the
beautiful Intracoastal—both are entertaining to
watch. Lunch and dinner. 606 N Ocean Dr,
Hollywood, 954-929-7030. $$$
Goulash Charda: The Old World’s alive and well in so-
called hip Hollywood. At this kitschy restaurant, the
tender stroganoff, spiced with julienne dill pickle,
and the marinated venison, washed down with
Hungarian Bull’s Blood wine, prove it Stuffed
cabbage, cured tongue, and a casserole comprising
baked white beans and smoked duck also testify to
the sterling character of the place. For dessert
Dobos torta, a layer cake, is a true Austro-Hungarian
delight. Lunch and dinner. 2215 N Federal Hwy,
Hollywood, 954-926-3355. $$
Las Brisas: Great cuts of beef go along with the
terrific view at this Argentine meatery, located on
the boardwalk within a steak knife’s throw of the .
ocean. Deep-fried empanadas prepare the taste
buds for tender skirt steak, while a generous house
salad and homemade gnocchi doused with
marinara sauce and fresh basil excite the
vegetarian palate. Dinner only. 600 N Surf St,
Hollywood, 954-923-1500. $$$
Las Vegas I: This is the original spot, the first of six,
oftheVilarino family’s empire — comprehensively
Cuban and quite a value. Vaca frita is flavorfol
accented with raw onions and a squeeze of lime
juice, as is pork roasted with spices and chicken
sautéed with garlic. Black beans are on the sweet,
savory side, and croquetas are crisp as a new dollar
bill. Lunch and dinner. 1212 N State Rd 7,
Hollywood, 954-961-1001. (Also in Fort Lauderdale
Area, West BroWard, and Southwest Broward.) $
Le Pastis: This fine and friendly French restaurant in
downtown Hollywood just might turn into a
mainstay for locals. The hallmark here is quality:
Bay scallops are tender little nuggets, frogs’ legs are
moist and mild, rack of lamb is musky and meaty.
The atmosphere evokes Provence, as does the
plethora of dishes made with tomatoes and olives.
Order a Chocolate soufflé ahead pf time for a fluffy
dessert or h- if you forget—grab the best tarte
Tatin in the area. Dinner only. 1824 Harrison St,
Hollywood, 954-927-0002. $$$
Martha's Supper Club on the Intracoastal: Elegant and
classic, with a spectacular view of the South
Florida's aquatic artery. Escargots in puff pastry,
caesár salad, jumbo shrimp scampi, and prime rib
are especially precious ■— guard every valuable
mouthful. Contemporary-cuisine lovers, fear not.
Intriguing specials may include recipes like smoked
salmon Napoleon and halibut encrusted with
horseradish with crawfish mashed potatoes. Live
entertainment includes supper-club-style swing and
dancing. Dinner only. 6024 N Ocean Dr, Hollywood,
954-923-5444. $$$$
Marven's: Despite the addition to the menu of
grilled-to-order Greek specialties, the restaurant’s
décor and exterior (including the sign) still shout
“Smokehouse BBQ,” which used to reside at this
location. Nevertheless you’ll be happy to indulge in
grilled lamb chops, grilled quail, and souvlaki, all
doused with flavorful oregano. Orders of pasticchio,
fried calamari, and Greek salads are generous, as
are the rice or potatoes that accompany entrees.
Lunch and dinner. 1040 W Hallandale Beach Blvd,
Hallandale, 954-454-8533. $$
Pazzo: The name means “crazy,” and that’s just how
the mixed-up decor—a pleasing hash of patterns
and colors — makes you feel. The vibrantnambiance
sometimes overmatches the Mediterranean cuisine,
which ranges from a spinach-filled phyllo dough
starter to a main course of penne mixed with
chicken, oven-dried tomatoes, and goat cheese. But
you can always count on the pizzas, thin-crusted
enough to please a New Yorker. Outdoor seating.
Lunch and dinner. 2032 Harrison St, Hollywood,
954-923-0107. $$$
Revolution 2029: This restaurant turns out dishes
that are a multicultural blend of Caribbean and East
Asian flavors (with a number of notable
Mediterranean dishes) on an up-and-coming strip in
downtown Hollywood. Chef David Sloane, formerly^
of South Beach, spans the globe in creating what he
calls “New World fusion” cuisine. His lobster
pancake appetizer is crisp and luxurious. The
tamarind-glazed sea bass with warm hearts of palm
stew is fusion cooking at its finest Finish off with
the “warm chocolate sensation” or a crisp banana
spring roll. The wine fist is extensive and easy to
use. Lunch (Fri only), and dinner. 2029 Harrison St,
Hollywood, 954-9204748. $$$
Sara's: An orthodox pizza parlor, Sara’s also offers
some of the most authentic Middle Eastern and
home-cooked Jewish fore in Broward. Hummus and
felafel, stuffed cabbage, and mushroom-barley soup
have two things in common: They’re meat-free, and
they’re fantastic. Complimentary egg bread with
entrée is a challah of a good time. Breakfast, lunch,
and dinner. 3944 N 46th Ave, Hollywood,
954-986-1770. $
Sushi Blues Café: The sushi’s cold, the saki’s warm,
the blues are hot (live entertainment Thursday
through Sunday), and the crowd is loving it all.
Narrow and jam-packed, with décor like a bathroom
gone wrong, the café also serves rocking tempura,
rolling blackboard specials, and an array of seafood
dishes — look for fresh fish sauced with miso-
walnut purée. Dinner only. 1836 S Young Cir,
Hollywood, 954-929-9560. $$
Tavema Opa: This is as close as you’ll get to a Greek-
island dining experience in Hollywood. Featuring a
festive waterfront setting and an upbeat
Mediterranean staff, the restaurant is ready-made
for lingering over a long and festive meal. The best
bet is to share a whole slew of mezé, small hot or
cold dishes similar to tapas, and a crisp, chilled
bottle of Greek wine. The souvlaki and fresh
seafood áre topnotch. Don’t forget to save room for
out-of-this-world deserts like baklava and
galaktoboureko (phyllo-shrouded custard). Dinner
only. 410 N Ocean Dr, Hollywood, 954-9294010. $$
Transylvania: Forget the Gothic connotations of the
name — the Romanian cuisine here is anything but
a horror movie. Eastern European specialties
include carp roe salad, eggplant salad, stuffed
cabbage with mamaliga (like polenta), goulash, and
skirt steak. Superfriendly service and live
entertainment put you in the mood to down a bottle
or two of Romanian merloL Doboschtorte or crepes
for dessert. Lunch and dinner. 113 S 20th Ave,
Hollywood, 954-9290777. $$
Try My Thai! Café: The décoris as green as an
untried soldier but the nicely executed Thai fare’s
pretty well seasoned. Tiger tear is tidbits of beef
tossed with roasted rice to give it a nutty flair;
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namely ground chicken, clear noodles, and a
whole Gulf shrimp inside a crisp coat. Main
courses — Foster Care Alligator (tender gator
spiced with chili paste) and the Ugly Duckling
(duck sauced with garlic and vinegar) — are more
mature and sophisticated than their titles suggest.
Insist on spicy; the kitchen naturally assumes
wimpinéss. Lunch and dinner. 2003 Harrison St,-
Hollywood, 954-926-5585. (Also in Fort Lauderdale
Area.) $$
Wan's Mandarin House: Classy, family-oriented
Chinese joint has carpeting and fish tanks (read:
toddler-friendly) and a bar (read: parent-friendly).
Reliable soups, dumplings, and egg rolls. Inspired
takes on mu shu pork, three-mushroom beef, fried
and stewed prawns, and sliced leg of lamb. Take-out
and delivery. Lunch and dinner. 3331 Sheridan St,
Hollywood, 954-963-6777. $$
Wan's Sushi House: Next door to the Mandarin
House, Wan turns Japanese. Steamed pork or
shrimp shumai (dumplings) and spicy harusame
(noodle) salad. Thick-cut sushi and sashimi,
interesting rolls including shrimp tempura and eel
and salmon skin, and the usual suspects Of
teriyaki, kqtsu, and udon. Bento boxes for lunch.
Lunch and dinner. 3327 Sheridan St, Hollywood,
954-987-1388. $$
The Wild Rose: The mirrored dining room, housed in
an office building, may remind you of Grandma’s
house. The contemporary fare, listed on the
blackboard and changing daily, might remind you
of her, too |§ if she was a gourmet chef. Great
meats and poultry, usually including roast duck,
veal, and lamb, and fresh pasta, seafood, and fish
dishes. Lunch and dinner. 2699 Stirling Rd,
Hollywood, 954-962-7447. $$$
Zinkler's Bavarian Village: Austro-German fare,
featuring succulent veal or pork sausages with
sweet sauerkraut, tender, oniony goulash, and
• excellent homemade spaetzle, doesn’t get much
better than this. But be prepared for a little shtick
with your schnitzel —;the wait staff dress in
Bavarian costume, and an accordion player belts out
the tunes. Homemade Black Forest cake for
dessert. Dinner only. 1401 N Federal Hwy,
Hollywood, 954-922-7321. $$$
South Palm
Bajcony Bistro: A French oasis on the third floor of
Bloomingdale’s? Nonsense, you think. Until you dig
into chef-proprietor Jean-Louis Queller’s rich duck
páté and his sinfully creamy chicken-mushroom
crepes. For a lighter meal conducive to shopping
afterward, indulge in an herbed omelet or spinach
quiche. Entrée dishes include beef bourguignon,
veal stew, and chicken Normandy. Lunch and early
dinner. Towne Center, 5840 Glades Rd, Boca Raton,
561-394-2265. $$
Bangkok in Boca: If you don’t mind a lack of attention
to detail, then frequenting this Thai restaurant won’t
be a problem. Chicken pad khing in fresh ginger
and black-bean sauce may arrive minus the beans,
but it’s delicious nonetheless. The massaman curry
is one of the best in town, and the Imperial honey-
roasted duck is an eye-glazing treat. Start with
terrifically rich and tangy tom kha gai soap, and
finish with palate-soothing coconut ice cream.
Lunch and dinner. 500Via de Palmas, Boca Raton,
561-394-6912. $$
Big City Tavern: For information see listing under
Central Palm. 5250 Town Center Cir, Boca Raton,
561-3614551.
Bistro Zenith: This high-end bistro incorporates
influences from around the world, most notably
Asia and the Mediterranean. Take for example the
steamed chicken-and-spinach won tons served in a
roast chicken-soy broth for starters. Or the
panzanella bread salad with kalamata crostini.
Pastas and main courses range from smoked
mozzarella ravioli to mango-barbecued salmon to
miso-plum roasted duckling. Count on several
things here: The crispy-coated cheesecake for
dessert; the polite service for all the courses, and
the wait for a table if you don’t have a reservation.
Lunch and dinner. 301! Yamato Rd, Boca Raton,
561-997-2570. (Also in North Palm.) $$$
The Blue Anchor: Some of the best British pub grub
in So Flo. This place is so authentic people come
here to eat as much as they do to drink. An
extensive menu highlights ploughman’s lunch,
Scotch eggs, steak-and-kidney pie, Cornish pasties,
and, of course, shepherd’s pie and fish and chips.
Wash it down with a Guinness, a meal in itself, or
follow your liver and onions with a wedge of
crumbl^Stilton and a glass of rich port. English
sherry trifle for dessert Outdoor seating. Lunch,
dinner, and Sunday breakfast 804 E Atlantic Ave,
Delray Beach, 561-272-7272. $$
BrewZZi: Loud and proud of it, with giant TV screens
and a healthy pickup scene inside, and motor-
powered spotlights and a long line of would-be
diners contributing to the noise pollution outside. -
The home-brewed beer should be the heaviest
thing here, but the portion sizes of the salads and
Italian entrées outweigh ’em easy. Gorgonzola-
speckled cottage fries pave the way for veal or
eggplant Parmesan subs, portobeflo mushroom or
beef burgers, and pastas like orecchiette with
sausage and broccoli rabe. Outdoor seating. Lunch
and dinner. 2222 Glades Rd, Boca Raton,
561-392-2739. $$
China Dumpling: Chinese food doesn’t get much
better than this. The menu roams the provinces
from Canton to Szechuan, but Peking may be the
restaurant’s comfort zone — the four chefs,
imported from New York’s Chinatown, have a way
with wheat. Steamed pork dumplings and noodle
dishes like sesame cold hoodie or beef chow fun
with black-bean sauce are superb. Peking duck
skin, wrapped in pancakes, is both soft and crunchy.
Stir-fry dishes and hot pots are also excellent
Lunch and dinner. 1899 N Congress Ave, Boynton
Béach, 561-737-2782. $$
Chuck's Steak House: For information see listing
under Fort Lauderdale Area. 21618 St. Andrews
Blvd, Boca Raton, 561-338-5570.
The Cuban Cafe: Even if the Cuban pickings weren’t
slim in cotton candy city, this place would top the
heap. With the exception of sometimes flavorless
black beans, the fare ranges from good starters,
such as tamales with roast pork and ham croquetas,
to excellent entrées including a juicy chicken with
yellow rice and succulent shredded pork marinated
in citrus and garlic sauce. Take-out Lunch and
dinner. 3350 NW Boca Raton Blvd, Boca Raton,
561-750-8860. $$
Culinaros: Pretend that the deck overlooks the
Mediterranean Sea surrounded by mountains, and
you might truly feel like you’re on a Greek island.
Starters, including spanakopita (spinach pie) and
tzatziki (cucumber-yogurt dip), make you forget
you’re in Boca. Entrées like lamb chops sprinkled
with rosemary and oregano or roasted shrimp over
a portobello mushroom cap are huge and come
with soup or salad, so order selectively. And don’t
skip the fresh fish, displayed in a deli case in the
foyer. Gorgeous swordfish, salmon, and snapper
speak for themselves. Dinner only. 6897 SW 18th St,
Boca Raton, 561-338-3646. $$$
Dakotah 624: A beautifully appointed bistro, New
American-style. And that means all of America, and
some of the world beyond — from grilled grouper
marinated in key lime, ginger, and Cajun spices to
poblano peppers stuffed with snails to ostrich steak
with a bourbon-green-peppercorn sauce to pan-
roasted honey-soy pork loin. Travel fever extends
to the wine list, which features Australian and
South African vintages; watch for the winemaker
dinners to sample more than a few grapey brews
along with a variety of courses. Outdoor seating.
Dinner only. 270 E Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach,
561-274-6244. $$$$
East Coast Burrito Factory: For information see listing
under Fort Lauderdale Area. 1159 S Federal Hwy,
Boca Raton, 561-362-7700.
España Tapas: Tapas, tapas, everywhere. Share
several cold and hot ones and make a meal of it, or
order classic tortillas and shrimp in garlic sauce as
appetizers. Then move on to the authentic Spanish
cuisine — grilled meats, salted fish, and rice
dishes like paella. Live entertainment on
weekends includes an interactive flamenco show
and band; show even the slightest interest in them
and you just might wind up dancing and singing.
Lunch and dinner. 309 Via de Palmas, Boca Raton,
561-361-7576. $$
Hoot, Toot & Whistle: The ride in this Orient Express-
like dining car is wildly uneven, but the polite
service compensates. And when a dish works, it
rocks. Wild mushroom-and-shallot tart is an
excellent starter, as is the rich lobster bisque.
Pecan-crusted yellowtail snapper is softened with a
fragrant lemon-butter sauce; a pork chop is
heightened by a shot of Jack Daniel’s and apple-
raisin chutney. Continue with pecans, in a chocolate-
laced pie, for dessert Dinner only. 290 E Atlantic
Ave, Delray Beach, 561-243-0140. $$$
Keé Grill: A welcome addition to the north Boca fine-
dining scene, Polynesian in looks and named for a
beach in Hawaii, the eatery actually specializes in
seafood with international influences. Sure, you can
order the macadamia nut-sautéed shrimp entrée for
that Big Island flavor, but then you’d miss out on a
superb main course of Mediterranean shrimp
scampi with artichokes. And while the semifiery
sauce on the volcano grilled-shrimp starter may
remind you of Hawaiian upcountry, the hot crab-
jalapeño dip is actually a spicier appetizer.
Excellent steaks and chops, too, in addition to
homemade strawberry shortcake for dessert
Dinner only. 17940 N Military Trl, Boca Raton,
561-995-5044. $$$
Lá Tre: Owned by chef and renowned cookbook
author Binh Duong, this Vietnamese dining room is
both contemporary and traditional. Dishes reflect
the strong, uncomplicated flavors of the tropics,
making sophisticated use of herbs such as
lerriongrass, coriander, and mint, and fruits such as
tamarinds, limes, and longan nuts. Summer rolls,
shrimp and greens stuffed into rice paper, are
refreshing starters, as is crisp eggplant wrapped in
bean-thread noodles and plum sauce. Squid in spicy
tamarind sauce and beef Satay with shiitake
mushrooms are palate-pleasing entrées. Homemade
lemon mousse for dessert. Take-out Lunch and
dinner. 249 E Palmetto Park Rd, Boca Raton,
561-3924568. $$
The Little Mermaid: The stuff fairy tales are made of
— Danish ones; that is. Named after the famous
Hans Christian Andersen story, the Mermaid is at
once homey and elegant, decorated with
illustrations of Andersen’s stories. Born in the same
town as the storyteller, chef-proprietor John Isaksen
prepares a delicate gravlax (cured salmon)
appetizer and hearty roast duck and rack of lamb
entrées. Dover sole, boned and stuffed with
garlicky spinach, is a rare treat, worth paying what
can be a high market price. Dinner only. 505 NE 5th
Ave, Delray Beach, 561-276-6900. $$$
Lucille's Bad to the Bone BBQ: Baby-back or St Louis,
the ribs rule this rotisserie roost But pulled pork
and chopped beef brisket sandwiches don’t exactly
pale in comparison, and the deep-fried onion
straws... well, no way you can suck on just one.
You’ll also have a ball with the chicken “pie in a pot”
— a cast-iron skillet filled with stewed poultry and
vegetables, encrusted with mashed potatoes
instead of dough. Oh, Lucy! Take-out and delivery.
Lunch and dinner. 3011 Yamato Rd, Boca Raton,
561-997-9557. $
Mario's of Boca: Always crowded, and always
dependable. If you can get a seat, start off cheesy
with the house salad with Gorgonzola and kalamata
olives, then delve into spinach manicotti or stuffed
shells with eggplant and five cheeses. Meat-eaters
can dream of Little Italy with veal and peppers and
Sicilian pork chops. On the lighter side, penne with
escarole and white beans; grilled catch of the day
with roasted peppers, capers, and artichokes; or
seafood cioppino are equally filling. Lunch and
dinner. Glades Plaza, 2200 Glades Rd, Boca Raton,-
561-392-5595. (Also 1198 N Dixie Hwy, Boca Raton,
561-392-5885.) $$
Max's Coffee Shop: Got a hankering for some down- -
home cooking in an uptown setting? Grab some
chicken potpie or a barbecued bacon cheeseburger
with seasoned, skin-on fries at this stylish diner,
where valets park your BMW for you. Fare isn’t
fancy, just fresh and filling. Cobb salad and turkey
meat loaf satisfy the appetite, but don’t walk out the
door without stifling that sweet tooth with an old-
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tímey dessert like chocolate, coconut, or banana
cream pie from the on-premises bakery. Counter
service and outdoor seating, Take-out. Weekend
breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Mizner Park, 402 Plaza
Real, Boca Raton, 561-392-0454. $$
Max's Grille: The inaugural Dennis Max creation,
this upscale diner updates classic comfort food such
as meat loaf, grilled spring chicken, roast duck, and
even sirloin burgers (by topping them with Maytag
blue cheese). The three South Florida locations
vary slightly, but customers can count on inventive,
regional, and seasonal fare. Daily specials, day-boat
fresh fish, and sumptuous desserts make this a grill
to remember. Lunch and dinner. 404 Plaza Real,
Boca Raton, 561-368-0080. (Also Fort Lauderdale
Area and West Broward.) $$$
Mezzanotte: The South Beach original is now a
grand place for Boca Raton locals. Pastas like
gnocchi in Bolognese sauce can be shared or
ordered in starter-size portions. Veal chops and
scaloppine are especially good, topped with salads,
sauces, or cheeses. Seafood dishes also exhibit a
fair range—from grilled Swordfish with endive and
white wine to succulent Squid saütééd in clam juice
arid red wine, For dessert: people-watching. Dinner
only. 150 E Palmetto Park Rd, Boca Raton,
561-361-0111. (Also in Fort Lauderdale Area.) $$$
Mississippi Sweets: Named for the seasoned sweet-
potato crisps that are a mandatory side dish — .
along with tractor treads (crosscut French fries),
cole slaw, and baked beans §5- to the whole
rotisserie cliickeri, the succulent baby backs, the
pan-fried catfish, or the pulled-pork platter. Corn
fritters and Brunswick stew make up a hearty meal
by themselves. One of the most popular pit stop's in
town. Lunch and dinner. 2399 N Federal Hwy, Boca
Raton,=561-394-6779. (Also 6604 Hypoluxo Rd, Lake
Worth, 561432-8555.) $
Moran's: Offering more than just meat on a plate,
this steak house actually has character, with a
crowd foxtrotting in the carpeted aisles. Not to
mention one of the best caesar salads in the
business, tossed tableside. Filet mignon, sliced
sirloin over bruschetta, and veal medallions au
poivre all rate high on the tender scale. For seafood,
three-pound Maine lobsters and superb crab
imperial baked with a lemon-custard topping are
irresistible. Can’t get enough of the witty wriitstaff?
Order bananas Foster, prepared before your eyes,
for dessert. Dinner only. 21073 Powerline Rd, Boca
Raton, 561487-9966. $$$$
Nick and Max's: Chef-owner Nick Morfogen and
restaurateur Dennis Max have breathed new life
into this restaurant, formerly known as Maxaluria.
The light-infused. Art Deco interior is
complemented by Morfogen’s award-winning,
Mediterranean-inspired cuisine. Entrées like
sautéed sea bass in fennel jus over potato purée,
braised short ribs over fresh rigatpni, and Maine
lobster and potato tortellini with chanterelle
mushrooms and a corn jus all rate highly. Spend
dessert money wisely, however, by instead
investing in the “20 dollar’’ potato, a twice-baked
spud wrapped in bacon and stuffed with Gruyére
and black truffles, to start. Not only will you be too
broke for a sweet, you’ll be too full. Lunch and
dinner. 5050 Town Center Cir, Boca Raton,
561-391-7177. $$$$
Outback Steakhouse: For information see listing
under Fort Lauderdale Area. 6030 SW 18th St, Boca
Raton, 561-338-6283. (Also 1300 Linton Blvd, Delray
Beach, 954-272-7201.)
The Pineapple Grille: Off the shoulder of the main
drag, this ultrafriendly, colorful café serves an array
of artistic tropical island-influenced wraps, pastas,
and pizzas. “Grille specialties” like macadamia nut-
crusted crabcakes and roasted citrus duck with
dnnamon-scented yams are crave inducing,- if you
can get past “stimulations” like yuca cakes with
green chilies, chicken satay, and tamarind-
persimmon sauce, and salads such as field greens .
with seared scallops, dried cherries, sunflower
seeds, and citrus vinaigrette. Every wine on the list
is available by the glass. Lunch and dinner. 800
PalmTrl, Delray Beach, 561-265-1368. $$$
Safari Steakhouse: The exotic décor evokes the
African savanna, but the menu says good ol’
American steak house. Prices are high but worth it
when you weigh them against the quality and
quantity of an appetizer like the lump crabmeat-and-
avocado cocktail. Salads include new takes on old
favorites like the wedge of iceberg with homemade
blue cheese dressing, or the curly spinach salad
with hot bacon dressing. Monster veal rib chops,
filet mignons, and swordfish steaks are perfectly
cooked in the middle but may be seared too much
on the exterior, so ask for a light grilling if you like
them that way. Dinner only. 4 E Atlantic Ave, Delray
Beach, 561-272-3739. $$$$
Señor Burrito Kitchen: This restaurant sounds like
your typical Tex-Mex place, but the care it puts into
preparation belies its commercial-sounding name.
Only pure spring water is used, and everything,
including the flan and vanilla pudding for dessert, is
made on the premises. As a result the sauces are
particularly good, especially the tangy tomatillo on
the Swiss cheese enchiladas, the mole poblano over
boneless chicken breast, and the old Mayan sauce
marinating the lean pork, which is stuffed into
burritos or tacos. Excellent guacamole and refried.
beans. Lunch and dinner. 513 NE 20th St, Boca
Raton, 561-347-6600. $
Sloppy Joe's/Duval St. Grill: If you can stand the
music, ranging from acoustic folk to full-band
rock, and can speak sign language, you’ll fare
pretty well at this upscale version .of an old Key
West haunt. Dependable starters include chicken-
stuffed potato skins and a veggie-heavy conch
chowder. Look for any item with applewood-
smoked bacon, including the smothered chicken
entrée, or with barbecue sauce, like the succulent
baby-back ribs. Check out the Sloppy Joe
sandwich for a spicy kick and the key lime pie for
a just-tart-enough finish. Lunch (Saturday only)
and dinner. 21212 St. Andrews Blvd, Boca Raton,
561-393-0707. $$
32 East: Superior service and outstanding eats
anchor this comfy bistro; innovative cocktails and
-fruit-infused liquors, along with homemade
desserts, elevate it The menu changes, but spy on
it for starters like oak-roasted mussels and Maine
rock-crabcakes and entrées such as grilled
swordfish with eggplant-spinach curry and lamb
loin chops with garlic bread-pudding and stewed
tomatoes. Reward your clandestine operations with
a peanut butter ice cream-sandwich. Dinner only.
32 E Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach, 561-276-7868. $$$
Tom's Place: A barbecue dinner is a tradition here,
and so is the no-credit-card policy and the line to get
in the door—the to-go window’s your best shot
during snowbird season. Still, you can’t blame
everybody for wanting a crack at some of the
meatiest ribs in town, be they baby backs or beef.
Fried catfish also rates, as do darn-good collard
greens, black-eyed peas, cole slaw, potato salad, rice
with gravy, and sticky com muffins. For dessert,
sweet potato pie is exactly what it implies. Take-out
Lunch and dinner. 7251N Federal Hwy, Boca Raton,
561-997-0920. $
Wolfie Cohen's Rascal House: If you love to stand on
line, this deli is for you! Sibling to the famous Rascal
House in North Miami Beach, this 350-seat
behemoth of a place offers lean corned-beef
sandwich on seeded rye bread, tangy pickled I
herring in sour cream sauce, rich chopped liver, or
superb sweet-and-sour stuffed cabbage. You just
have to wait. But there’s also a bakery and takeout
counter, where you can buy your chocolate
rugelach without the hassle. Lunch and dinner.
20Ó6 Executive Center Dr, Boca Raton,
561-982-8899: $$
Yam a: Unquestionably fresh sushi and sashimi and
outstanding tempura make this Japanese eatery a
staple on trendy Atlantic Avenue. More than two.
dozen sushi rolls make for difficult choices, but the
“triple s” roll—salmon, salmon skin, and salmon
roe — is a good way to enjoy several flavors at once.
Check out the chicken livers sautéed in ginger-
garlic sauce to start and the bananas tempura
topped with ice cream for dessert Lunch and
dinner. 44 E Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach,
561-266-9929. $$
Central Palm
Big City Tavern: The logo incorporates a martini
glass, which is pretty apt, for this is the kind of
place where you just might order an extra-dry
martini with your open-face sirloin burger topped
with Gorgonzola. Of course, more upscale items
are served for dinner, including the crab and
lobster cake with citrus beurre blanc for starters
and scrambled eggs with toasted brioche and
sevruga caviar for dinner. At times the fusion
Cuisine competes with the late-night bar/singles
scene, which can be rather dramatic. Lunch and
dinner. 224 Clematis St, West Palm Beach,
561-659-1853.$$$
Galaxy Grille: Landing a table at this Palm Beach
hotspot is no mean feat during the season. Drop in
when you’ve got the urge to splurge for fresh
Asian- and Mediterranean-influenced seafood. Look
for the out-of-this-world lobster special with rock
shrimp risotto. Seafood spring rolls also are
delicious. Lunch and dinner. 350 S County Rd,
Palm Beach, 561-833-9909. $$$$
Morton's of Chicago: Handsome, clubby, and
corporate, this steak house ranks as one of the best
chains in the nation. USDA Prime meat-eors
include the double-cut, 14-ounce filet mignon, the
2(k>unce New York strip sirloin, and the 24-ounce
porterhouse. The hamburger, served at lunch only,
is also a beloved creature here, as is the house •
salad sprinkled with blue cheese, steamed
asparagus with hollandaise sauce, and lyonnaise
potatoes. Order the chocolate soufflé for dessert at
the start of the meal to insure prompt delivery.
Lunch and dinner. 777 S Flagler Dr, Palm Beach,
561-835-9664. $$$$
Outback Steakhouse: For information see listing
under Fort Lauderdale Area. 6266 Lantana Rd,
Lake Worth, 561-963-7010. (Also 871 Village Blvd,
West Palm.Beach, 561-683-1011.)
Spoto's Oyster Ban Superior fish and shellfish are
available here, for fewer'clams than you might
think, given the ritzy location. Casual, funky, and
friendly, this oyster bar offers three varieties of the
raw mollusk, along with a host of cooked
crustaceans and fish. Baked Brie and bluepoint
oysters and creamy oyster stew are particularly
good, as are Nifoise salad, yellowfin tuna steak,
and jambaláya fettuccine tossed with-jumbo
shrimp, chicken, and andouille sausage. Prime rib,
the only meat entrée, is exceptional. House-made
desserts such as peanut-fudge pie are almost
impossibly lush. Outdoor dining. Lunch and
dinner. 125 Datura St, West Palm Beach,
561-835-1828. $$$
North Palm
Bistro Zenith: For information see listing under
South Palm. 2401 PGA Blvd, Pahh Beach Gardens,
561-627-0000. ..
Jupiter Crab Company: The faux-rustic, salty décor
(wood-paneled walls, stuffed fish, fishing nets, etc.)
echoes both name and menu. But if you want the
real crab thing, better order ’em whole — snow,
Dungeness, Alaskan king, or Maryland blue —
’cause crabmeat stuffing and salad-tend to be the
fake stuff. Good grilled fish, steaks, and chops.
Lunch and dinner. 1511 Old Dixie Hwy, Jupiter,
561-747-8300. (Also 181 Ocean Ave, Singer Island,
561-882-0553.).$$$
Outback Steakhouse: For information see listing
under Fort Lauderdale Area. 103 A-l S Federal
Hwy, Jupiter, 561-7434283.
Surrey St Station: Chef-owners Kevin and Stephanie
Hiles took over a quaint and charming country inn-
restaurant that used to be a general store, but
there’s nothing backwoods about the fare. Starters
such as crab-and-corn chowder with wild rice and
fried sweet potato spears with rémoulade, and
entrées such as filet mignon au poivre and a
skinless, boneless chicken breast with 40 cloves of
roasted garlic are as sophisticated as anything
you’ll find in the big city. Desserts are homemade
— check out the moist chocolate cake. Lunch and
dinner. 16891 Jupiter Farms Rd, Jupiter,
561-746-2331. $$$
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We got ourselves a convoy: The 18 Wheelers are delivering country music to South Florida
Wheelers
in the Sky
By Emma Tralles
I got 18 different women/in 18 different
towns/I got 18 time-tested ways/To hold
my liquor down. — Chris DeAngelis,
“18 Wheeler”
With his straight chin-length hair and his
black horn-rimmed glasses, Chris DeAnge-
lis looks like he’d be more comfortable pen-
ning beat poems for open-mic night at a lo-
cal java joint than scribbling lachrymose
lyrics for the 18 Wheelers, a local collective
bent on bringing the boot-stomping beats of
honky-tonk to South Florida.
South Florida, after all, is a dance-music
haven where most locals would be hard-
pressed to identify Country Music Hall-of-
Famer Buck Owens as anything more than
“that guy on Hee Haw.”
So why are patrons at Tobacco Road jam-
ming the back patio at a recent Wheelers
gig with TNN-style dancing, gut-wrenching
yeehaws, and hearty applause at the end of
each song? And why is it that, with nary a
ten-gallon hat in sight, people are shouting
out requests for “Folsom Prison Blues,” the
Johnny Cash classic?
“This is music that’s made for the bar-
room,” says DeAngelis, who shares lead vo-
cal duties with guitarist Paul Feltman. “It
rocks; it swings. It’s got all this different
stuff going on. It’s more raucous, more real.
It doesn’t alienate people,”
Sure doesn’t. Even though the band’s cor-
railed behind a waist-high, wood-slatted
partition (visually transforming the quartet
into three legless musicians and a bobbing
head for a drummer), the audience regales
the band with brazen woooo-hoooo s as
DeAngelis dedicates the next tune. “I’ll
send one out to all of you dope-smoking
hippies out there,” he calls out before the
band swings into Merle Haggard’s “Okie
From Muskogee.”
Founded a few years ago by De-
Angelis and former Maverick gui-
tarist Ben Peeler, the band was
originally known as Dudley Peeler
and the 18 Wheelers. (“We used
[Ben’s] real name,” DeAngelis
notes.) Peeler departed last year
to pursue other projects. But there
was never a doubt in DeAngelis’
mind that the band would prevail.
“Everybody sang songs. It wasn’t like [Ben]
was the lead singer. He just had this great
name: Dudley.”
Today’s 18 Wheelers incarnation consists
of DeAngelis plucking an enormous Kaye
standup bass, lawyér-by-day Feltman strum-
ming rhythm acoustic guitar (“the same
type Johnny Cash plays,” he boasts), Peter
Párente picking lead guitar, and Robert
-Lemont swinging the sticks on drums.
Along with sharing mic time, DeAngelis
and Feltman share songwriting duties.
“He’ll bring in one; I’ll bring in one. We
haven’t collaborated on anything yet,”
says DeAngelis.
The Wheelers lure country-hungry locals
with both original and mainstream C&W
covers dating back to
the ’40s, when artists
like Lefty Frizzell
and Hank Williams
first brought Amer-
ica a carnival-ride
style of song directly
from the small-town
smoky bars known
as honky-tonks.
“When we started
the band, we decided
we were going to go
artist by'artist. We
learned a bunch of
Buck Owens tunes,
then Merle Haggard.
They’re the origina-
tors of honky-tonk,”
says DeAngelis. “Some
of those old guys were
really punk rock; they
were rebellious, anti-
social pains in every-
body’s ass. Like John-
ny Cash — he was like
that before they had a
name for it.”
The Wheelers’tunes
are propelled by swing-
style backbeats, chunky
chugga-chugging guitar lines, and occa-
sional three-part vocal harmonies. Lyrical-
ly they cleave to what DeAngelis often ex-
plains to audiences as the “traditional
country music themes: alcoholism, jail,
trains, drinking because your girl left, your
girl leaving because you’re drinking.”
• Merle Haggard’s 1966 release “Swinging
Doors” — one of half a dozen Haggard
covers the Wheelers play — boasts four
out of these five motifs: “I’ve got every-
thing I need to drive me crazy/I’ve got
everything it takes to lose my mind/And
in here, the atmosphere’s just right for
heartaches/And thanks to you I’m always
here till closing time.”
As DeAngelis observes, “If you want to
sing a really sad song, country’s the one.
Rock ’ri’ roll is good for direct stuff: ¡J want
to eat, I want to dance, let’s fuck,’ whatever.
But country has got that lonesome thing
going on.”
Feltman’s and DeAngelis’ own songs in-
corporate the emblematic themes, but
both songwriters throw in ample helpings
of humor. “Leftover Love,” a swinging dit-
ty that tracks the progression of a good
love gone bad, starts out with kisses that
“taste so sweet, like cherry pie” and ends
with busses that taste like “three-day-old
meat loaf.”
Another earnest honky-tonk tune,
“Cruel,” wails the woes of a hard-working
man caught in the clutches of a good-for-
nothin’ Dixie chick. “You called me from
the Last Chance bar,” Fejtman sings.
“Said you were ready to come home. So I
hopped in my rig, and I headed out into
the night. You Were cussing at some bik-
ers when I walked through the door. I
caught a pool cue in the head, andj hit
the floor.”
DeAngelis and his bandmates may revel
in their own brand of histrionic excess, but
they never allow themselves to get too seri-
ous. “My songs are pretty much the same
silly old songs no matter what style they’re
in. Country music is generally story kind of
music, songs with a narrative base.”
To hear him talk, one would think DeAn-
gelis was born with spurs strapped to his
heels and a wad of Skoal tucked inside his
cheek. But DeAngelis’ hillbilly roots stem
from the flatjands of Central Florida, “i’m
from Satellite Beach, the beach that leads
to Melbourne, which is a real redneck
town. This is the kind of music I’ve fought
against my whole life.”
After deciding to rebel against
all that even whiffed of shit-kick,
DeAngelis moved to Miami in
1988 and, ironically enough, be-
gan listening to mid-’70s country-
rock. Drawn to Gram Parsons
and the Flying Burrito Brothers
because they hailed from Winter
Haven, a neighboring town to
Satellite Beach, DeAngelis was
shocked when he discovered that many of
Parsons’ tunes were covers.
“You go back and find those recordings,
and you’re like, ‘Ha! This is “‘Grey Speckled
Bird,” by the Carter family, or this is a
Cash tune, or this is a Louvin Brothers
tune. [The 18 Wheelers] discovered coun-
try music by going backwards in time. A lot
of them, like the Louvin Brothers, you
think are these yokels, and then you find
these tunes that everybody has done, like
‘Love Hurts,’ which I remember as a
Nazareth tune in high school.”
While DeAngelis was busy scraping by
as a musician (he also plays for the Aveng-
ing Lawnmowers of Justice and the funk-
adelic Raw B. Jae) and a live sound engi
neer for acts like Manchild, the Mavericks,
and Mary Karlzen, Feltman had moved
from Miami to Texas to pursue his own
musical vision in the style of the early
Bakersfield sound: rough-hewn honky-
tonk. After playing in clubs around Austin
with an outfit called Cosmic Americans,
Feltman fell into debt and decided to re-
turn to Miami and start working. “I was ba-
sically operating like the federal govern-
ment,” he quips.
Currently, all the Wheelers except Par-
ente are working day jobs, something De-
Angelis gruffly notes. He recently landed a
stint penning copy for MARS Music and
Recording Superstore: The store’s execs
wanted a “real” musician writing their ads.
“First day-job in seven years, and I’m
ashamed. It’s not a career. Being a broke,
ornery old musician is my career.”
To date-the 18 Wheelers have gigged at
assorted city festivals, the Poor House and
Home (where they opened for rockabilly
legend Ronnie Dawson) in Broward, and
Rose’s and the now-defunct South Beach
Pub in Miami-Dade. They’ve even played at
Zappy’s, a bar and bait shop in Key Largo.
Next up? A self-released CD showcasing
mainly Wheelers originals, to be recorded
within the next few months.
But the band has no plan to truck to
Nashville, á la the Mavericks. ‘That’s al-
most as cheesy as going to Las Vegas,”
DeAngelis says. And although the Wheel-
ers maintain a wait-and-see approach to
their livelihood in South Florida, they re-
main confident that honky-tonk is the only
way to play. “Nobody ever talks about rock
’n’ roll coming from honky-tonk,” Feltman
says, “but rock ’n’ roll came from blues and
this country music we play.”
Adds DeAngelis: “This is the side of rock
’n’ roll they never give credit to. It’s the
ugly redheaded stepchild.”
The 18 Wheelers play at 9:30 p.m. Thursday, July 8,
at Tobacco Road, 626 S. Miami Ave., Miami. Call
305-374-1198 for more information.
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song, country's the one; it’s got
that lonesome thing going oil.”
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Alex Chilton
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Virtually ignored upon its limited-edition
release in 1979 but subsequently hailed as a
masterpiece by critics and altrockers alike,
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nally been reissued in pristine form, along
with four bonus cuts, by the same tiny Mem-
phis label that first unleashed it, And 20
years after the fact, Sherbert remains a dis-
turbing, throttling, occasionally brilliant doc-
ument of Chilton’s mindset following the
commercial Mure of Big Star.
As “classic” albums go, Sherbert is vast-
ly overrated: Throughout the set Chilton
sounds ravaged by drugs and drink,
singing like he couldn’t give
a good goddamn about what
was being caught on tape
by producer Jim Dickinson
and splattering guitar
across the songs with the
kind of snot-rock abandon
of the sloppiest punks. At
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Carter Family’s “No More
the Moon Shines on Lore-
na,” turns “Waltz Across
Texas” into an utter sham-
bles of a country and west-
ern standard, and gurgles
his way through “Girl After
Girl” like a hapless, shit-
faced rockabilly. And there’s
something disappointing
in hearing the man who
earlier in the decade penned such en-
duringly innovative power-pop gems as
“September Gurls,” “In the Street,” and
“Back of a Car” wasting his time on the
trifling originals “Rock Hard” and “Hey!
Little Girl.” Hell, drummer Ross Johnson
steals the album on the first cut, “Baron
of Love Pt. II,” on which he rants like a
drunken Jerry Clower over a mangled
blues riff.
You can hardly call it a classic, but the al-
bum is redeemed nonetheless by a few
songs that rank among Chilton’s best and
represent his apparent last attempts at do-
ing something different with his songwrit-
ing, expanding his artistry far beyond the
listless covers that have comprised most
of his post -Sherbert solo work. “Hook or
Crook” is a crushing, savage thumper with
a pained vocal, while the bonus'track “Baby
Doll” is a bent, battered homage to the
great AM pop of the pre-Beatles rock era.
It’s the title cut, though, that fuses the dev-
astated mood of Sister Lovers with the punk
sensibility that Chilton had embraced at
the time. Harnessing the chaotic energy of
Sherberf s better moments, the song is a
swirling mix of synthesized squiggles; furi-
ously pounded piano, and Chilton’s voice al-
ternating between piercing wails and deep
moans that are bone-chilling. What’s he go-
ing on abouf? Hard to tell from the lyrics,
but the effect is what he was aiming for
with Like Flies on Sherbert. Sadly, as his
sporadic later recordings have since re-
vealed, it would be the last time he so accu-
rately hit the mark. - John Floyd
Ron Sexsmith
Whereabouts
(Interscope)
Possessing what must be the drowsiest voice
in contemporary pop, Ron Sexsmith is an ác-
quired musical taste. A masterpiece of mo-
notony, Sexsmith’s vocals are so narcoleptic
and tuneless, he could be arrested for Per-
forming Under the Influence. It’s a voice you
either love or hate, and while critics uniform-
ly tout Sexsmith’s work, Joe Recordbuyer
has been slow in discovering the Canadian
singer-songwriter. This dichotomy is proba-
bly attributable to the fact that Sexsmith ere-
ates fashionably arty albums that border on
the unlistenable. In other words, he makes
music only critics could love.
All of that makes Sexsmith’s latest album,
Whereabouts, such a surprise. It is undoubt-
edly the singer’s best record; an ambitious
and uneven CD full of beguiling ballads and
pleasant midtempo rockers. Credit is due
producer Mitchell Froom, whose animated
arrangements help offset Sexsmith’s listless
drawl. The record also benefits from snazzy
guest performances by violinist Tracy Bon-
ham, former Del Fuegos singer-songwriter
Dan Zanes, and Elvis Costello drummer
Pete Thomas.
But while Whereabouts is an improvement
over Sexsmith’s previous efforts, the new al-
bum is still only mildly entertaining, and
this impotence is largely due to Sexsmith
himself. Listening to otherwise engaging
tracks such as “Still Time,” “Right About
Now,” and “In a Flash” can make even the
most patient listener want to slap some pas-
sion into the singer. Celebrated balladeers
like James Taylor and Bonnie Raitt rocketed
to the pop forefront on the strength of magi-
cal vocals. But where Taylor and Raitt croon
and shout like suburban bluesbirds, Sex-
smith never attempts anything wilder than a
whimper. His mawkish performances great-
ly diminish the impact of his songs.
Yet despite his limited vocal capabilities,
there’s still something endearing about Sex-
smith. His passiveness is an aesthetic badge;
sure, he’s unspectacular, but at least he’s
uniquely unspectacular, which is more than
can be said for many alternapop sound-alikes.
And perhaps therein lies the explanation
for Sexsmith’s cult success. In this age of
calculated wildness and irreverence, his
namby-pambiness could be viewed as down-
right rebellious. Whereabouts is one of those
albums that’s easy to admire but hard to
like. Sexsmith is pioneering a new brand of
shock-rock — shockingly monochromatic
and startling in its very tepidness. Perhaps
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Bimini Boatyard: Fri: France. 1555 SÉ 17th St, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-525-7400.
Club M: Thu: jam night. Fri-Sat: Midnight Shadow.
2037 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, 954-925-8396.
Dicey Riley's: Fri-Sat: the Big Shellelaghs. Sun: the
Young Ones. 217 SW 2nd St, Fort Lauderdale,
954-522-2202.
Dusty Road Cafe: Thu-Fri: the Funky Blues Band.
Sat: Endlesstime (classic rock). 4620 SW 64th
Ave, Davie, 954-583-1383.
Evangeline: Thu: Junior Drinkwater and the
Thirstquenchers. Fri-Sun: the Jeff Prine Group.
Mon-Tue: Ernie Southern. Wed: Joey Gilmore. •
213 S Atlantic Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-522-7001.
Poor House: Thu: Mike Locke and the Repeat
Offenders. Fri: Sheba and the Rhythm Kings. Sat:
x the Fleetwoods. Sun: open blues jam. Tue: the
Delta Duo of John the Gop and Rick Cafaro. 110
SW 3rd St, Fort Lauderdale, 954-522-5145.
Baja Beach Club: Thu-Sun, Wed: DJ Ray Kamp.
3339 N Federal Hwy, Fort Lauderdale,
954-563-7889.
Bell Bottoms: Wed-Sat: DJ Disco. 2975 N Federal
Hwy, Fort Lauderdale, 954-563-4331.
Cafe Casablanca: Fri: DJ Chaz (Latin, house). Sun:
DJs Cuda Hound, Cancer High Power, Daddy
Marcus (hip-hop, R&B). Tue: DJ Laz (hip-hop,
dance). 100 Ansin Blvd, Hallandale, 954-454-3301.
Cafe Iguana: Fri-Sat: DJs Chris Parker, Bill
Browning, Tim Gallagher (Top 40, dance).
BeachPlace, 17 S Atlantic Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, .
954-763-7222.
Christopher's: Fri: DJs Michael Taylor, Billy
DeRosa. 2857 E Oakland Park Blvd, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-561-2136.
Club Hollywood: Thu-Fri: DJ- (Top 40). Sat: DJ
(Latin night), 2031 Harrison St, Hollywood, -
954-924-1999.
Copa: Sat: DJ Pauly (dance). 2800 S Federal Hwy,
Fort Lauderdale, 954-463-1507.
The Culture Room: Thu, Tue: the Original Squeeze,
Fri: Tabloid Zoe, Matahari and the Hot Rods,
Purple Mustard, Wet Sat: New World Prophet,
Idle Time, Drone, Damn the Man, Wicked
Screaming Squirts. 3045 N Federal Hwy, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-564-1074.
Geronimo's Casual Gourmet Grill & Bar: Thu: DJ
Gerónimo (retro-disco). Fri-Sat, Wed: DJ
Gerónimo (alternative). Tue: DJ E. 3528
S University Dr, Davie, 954-474-9998.
Gotham City: Fri-Sun, Wed: DJ Adam Jackalone
(New York house, hip- hop), 1850 SE 17th St, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-467-7625.
Hot Chocolates: Fri-Sat: 12-piece Top 40 band. 3101
N Federal Hwy, Fort Lauderdale, 954-564-5552.
Manray South: Thu: Dj Jim-e (new wave). Fri:,DJ
Fizbin (speakeasy swing). Sat: Dan Electro and
the Silverstones. Sun: DJ K-7 (gothic, fetish). Tue:
DJ Falstaff (gothic, industrial). 4301 N Federal
Hwy, Pompano Beach, 954-788-2345.
Morgue: Fri: DJs Arquimedes, Reptile (gothic).
7357 Davie Rd Ext, Davie, 954-259-0752.
Play: Fri: DJs Supernaut, Catalyst. Sat: DJs Bruce
Wilcox, Sammy (house). Wed: ladies’ disco. 120
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Sushi Blues Cafe: Fri-Sat: Kenny Millions Blues
Band featuring Melissa Maslak and Dave Morgan.
1836 S Young Cir, Hollywood, 954-929-9560.
Ybllow Moon: Fri-Sat: Ed Calle. Sun: Raul Midon.
201 SW 2nd St, Fort Lauderdale, 954-522-1253.
Country
Davie Junction: Tue-Sat: 8 Seconds. 6311 Orange
Dr, Davie, 954-581-1132.
Desperado's: Thu-Sun, Wed: Brian Eckert and
Wild Oats. 2520 S Miami Rd, Fort Lauderdale,
954463-2855.
Negril MJ: Sun: Cass Country Band. 6532
Pembroke Rd, Miramar, 954-987-8015.
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Atlantis: Thu: “Fuego” (Latin night featuring DJ
Rico). 219 S Atlantic Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-522-7664.
SW 3rd Ave (Nugent St), Fort Lauderdale,
954-763-7529.
Roxy: Thu, Sat; DJ Laz, DJs Marky Mark, Roll-E
(dance). Wed: DJs Felix Samma, Eddie Mix,
Roll-E (dance). 4000 N Federal Hwy, Fort
Lauderdale, 954-565-3555.
Time Warped: Thu-Sun, Wed: DJ Crash (70s disco,
'80s retro). 1850 SE 17th St, Fort Lauderdale,
954467-7625.
Whale and Porpoise: Fri: DJ Hollyrock. Wed: DJs
Lady Groove, Hollyrock. 2750 E Oakland Park
Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, 954-565-2750.
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Briny Irish Pub: Fri: the Young Ones. 3440
E Atlantic Blvd, Pompano Beach, 954-785-2422.
Chocolate Moose Coffeehouse: Thu: open mic,
storytelling. Fri-Sat: Silk and Steel. 9118 State
Rd 84, Davie, 954474-5040.
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Independence Brewery: Sun: Randy Bernsen Trio.
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Sushi You: Fri-Sat: the Tribe. 235 S Atlantic Blvd,
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Waxy O'Connor's: Sun: traditional seisiun with
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Wild Oats: Sat: Michael Corbin. Wed: Circle of
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Chocolada: Sat: Amereida. 1923 Hollywood Blvd,
Hollywood, 954-920-6400.
Churchills: Tue-Wed: Dana Paul. 10076 Griffin Rd,
Cooper City, 954-680-0226.
Coffee Beanery Cafe: Fri: Mr. Tony Wilson and Co.
Sat Vadim. Sun: Bobby Ramirez. Mon: open mic.
Tue: karaoke with Tony Wilson. 9651 Westview
Dr, Coral Springs, 954-346-3178.
Coffee Beanery Cafe: Fri: Crossroads. Sat: David
and Adam Group. Tue: karaoke with Jerry and
Sherry. 1010 E Las Olas, Fort Lauderdale,
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Danny's 19th Hole Hestaurant and Lounge: Wed-Fri:
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1825 W Hillsboro Blvd, Deerfield Beach,
954-570-8819.
Kerry's: Wed-Sat: Marie Alicata, Maria Harding.
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954-5674022.
Mango's: Thu-Fri: Hot Brass Monkey. Sat: High
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Tandy Trio. Tue-Wed: Oop-Bop-Sha-Bam. 904 E Las
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O'Hara's Jazz Cafe & Swing Street Bistro: Thu: Blue
Fire featuring Randi the Violinist Fri-Sat: Billy
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Cancún Beach: Fri: Safari. 3051NE 32nd Ave,
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Cheers Food & Spirits: Thu-Sat: Boneshakers. Sun:
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The Back Room: Tue: open-mic night. 909
W Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach, 561-243-9110.
BamBoo Room: Fri-Sat: Fatt Bottom Blues Band.
25 S “J” St, Lake Worth, 561-585-2583.
Gigi's: Thu-Fri, Tue-Wed: Kinetix. 346 Plaza Real,
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Ray's Downtown Blues: Thu: Black River Circus. Fri:
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St, West Palm Beach, 561-835-1577.
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Ben's Steakhouse: Fri-Sat, Wed: Steve and Angela
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219 Clematis St, West Palm Beach, 561-833-6500.
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live Latin music (after 11 pm). 308 N Federal Hwy,
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with Rick. 517 Lake Ave, Lake Worth,
561-585-5911.
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25 NE 2nd Ave, Delray Beach, 561-272-5536.
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open mic. Wed: Jazzen Quartet. 10971 N Military
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with Cliff and Heidi. Sat: Melody Stuart and Matt
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wonderful sexuality, i have lots
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no excess baggage, free to
travel weekends, likes or wants
older man, n/s, non drinker, no
drugs', no diseases, iTR.
WS #9693 07/13
Hot tamale! Hot latin lover
with pierdngblue eyes whose
buff and chiseled bod desires
only to give you intense pleas.-
ure. Let me turnojlofvour.: -'
fantasiesihtbTeality. The fairy ,
tale begins when YOU-call me;.
WS #9689 07/13
Cream ISO Coffee White Eli-
ropeán male, 5'8\ 170, blonde
halt blue eyes ISO mulatto/
dark skin female for serióus
blending and fun!
WS #9846 07/20
Wanna be in movies! Euro-
pean Writef/actor wants you!
No age/experienee prefer-
ence. Must be flexible and dis-
ease free. Willing and submis-
sivea +! Guys, gals, bi females
ok! Horny, over sexedriyrriphs
needing satisfaction, call me! .
WS #9862 07/20
Swing? WM, 29) ÍSO attractive,
SBF, 25-45 to join me at Ideal
swingers clubs in Broward area.
Me: 5.7', blue eyes, black hair/
medium build.íBroward área.)
WS #9440 07/06
Lonely recluse desires hot,
erotic, pen pals, female only.
Me: 40 hellüvá writer ton make
you hot and, bothered. Can you
do same for me? Pictures
welcome! /
WS #9699 07/13
Young single European man, .
27, good.looking, sensual, (SO
hot, sexy Latin women, any
shape, age, that knows howto
move indoor or outdoor! Love
Sobe, rollerblading, boating
and giving massages. Want to
practice Spanish and have a
good time. -
WS #9344 07/06
Seeking Kinky woman. Great
looking, creative, professional,
sexually voraciousbuffed,
32yo, progressive man, seeks a
Wild, dominant, kinky and
evaporative woman for an ad-
venturous relationship.
WS#9606 07/13
QOJBoy next door type. GBM,
34y/o, seeks straight or lesbian
woman for fun times, possible
marriage. Must be feminine,
Hiy-, spiritual, loves kids and be
a lover of life. I'm a great guy.
Let's do jt.
WS#9185 06/29
Smell the glove. Wild dancing,
bongo-butt beauty sought! Ex-
hibitionist into Anne Rice fan-
tasies, your Prince awaits. Fan-
cy cloths, neo-pagen dinners.
Erotic vacations with tall, fit. Ivy
educated dream. Curious, per-
missive, obedient, first .class
leggy wonder who seeks her
match must call.
WS#9622 ~ 07/13
Seeking mature lady WM, 33,
5'10,150lbs, very romantic,
sehsual, erotic, fun, seeks ma-
ture, open minded ladies 38-
52 for fun, and romance. Love
to hug, kiss and love. You
wont be disappointed.
WS#9623 07/13
ISO That special very attractive,
sexy woman who's voluptuous,
35-50; non-smóking, over 5'6,
who would love to meet a 6'3,
financially secure, middle age
mán withgreat sense Of hu-
mor. N. Miami.
WS#9614 07/13
Good looking nice guy. Very
discreet, beard/mustache,
5'10, stable and secure. ISO of
discreet meetings with at-
tached or unattached female
for pleasure times on a regular
basis. - • v |
WS#9618 07/13
Sweet & sensual SM, 37,5 8*,
160, blue/brown, likes long
walks on beach, movies) dining;
rollerblading, dancing, is down-
to-earth, sexy, giving and lov-
ing. Seeking 21-50 SW/HF,
sexy, sensitive, caring, and
honest for possible LTR.
WS#9384 07/06
Leg show girl Want a female
.18-28, sexy legs, for discreet
encounters and sensuál activ-
ities, must be healthy, social--;.'
able and sexy. No pros.
WS #9764 07/20
Bi single white male Seeks Bi/
F, 25-50, height/weight pro-
portioned, HIV-, safe, sane, ed-
ucated, home owner, fit, 67
195lbs. Together we will, se-
duce, recruit, first time young
woman and men.
WS#9627 07/13
Lonely soul 23, Hispanic guy,
looking for any kind of rela-
tionship. Loves older women
especially in their 40's, willing
to please them anyway loves
dirty phone talk.
WS #9359 07/06
Unhappy married PWM, 32,
6'4,205, handsome, sexy, :
good shapé. Seeks married.or
attached, attractive, sexy, good
shape femále, for exciting,
sensous, very passionate day
timé rendezvous. You won't ‘
be disappointed. Discretion is a
must.
WS#9601 07/13
Need a friend? Attractive
married 30yo. PWHM living in .
the spotlight, so discretion is a
must. Searching fora married
lady between 18-45 who capes '
to change nothing, júst add to; -
it. Please be clean and ,d/d
free.
WS #9745 07/20
Safe sane dominant, JWM, T
seeks submissive female (age/
race unimportant)) Satisfaction
is guaranteed.! am expert- ,
enced and will respecfclifriita-
tions. I know what 'no' means: .
I can be sensual or strict...the
choice is yoürs) , or is it?
WS#9186 06/29
BDSM? Interested? Dominant
WM, 40,6'0,204lbs, ISO sub r
missive female for sáf e, Wild,
sane, great orgásmic fun
you've.always dreamed about
then give it a try! I also'love r â– 
boating, sandbar! UrT, snork-
ling, deep seafishing, and am a
gourmet took.
WS #9358 07/06
Sénsual intellectual. Seeking
passionate, sexy WF uhder 54,
for dancing dirty, naughty ; . ,
nights, quiétíntimacies.boóks,
blues and poetry: Me: Black,
radical, intellectual, fender.
You: You!
WS #9759 07/20
Warm/Caring fun loving, WM,
40, ISO passionate, playful, ad-
venturous, WF, who enjoys
movies, tennis, quiet times,
likes skinny dipping, share Vic-
torta Secréts with me, and see
me in my birthday suit, and
take me over her knees, and
spank me. Non smoking.
WS #9346 07/06
Looking for sex Looking for
sex nationality not important,
must be good looking with
body to match, discretion is a
must, tall black and handsome
looking for fun times not rela-
tionship.
WS#9608 07/13
Enthusiastic SM, 37.5'8', 160,
blue/brown, likes-long walks on
beach, movies, dining, roller-
blading, dandng. is down-to-
earth, sexy, giving and loving.
Seeking 21 -50 SW/HF, sexy,
sensitive, caring, arid honest *
for possible LTR.
WS #9187 06/29
Bi/HPM, 50’s looking for BIHF, ?
or lesbian, 40-55, I'm In my
50's, n/s,n/d, disease free, HIV-
, very dean> discreet, 5'10,195.
in good shape. Looking for
sexual pleasure only. No strings
attached, very oral and have it
both ways.
WS #9209 06/29
Sincere, honest WM, early
30's, seeks mature, sexy, open
minded, full figured, plus/
queen size females, 38-52; for
romance, friendship and casual
dating. Must be enjoy romantic
and quiet moments and have a
flexible schedule.
WS#9763 » 07/20
Pleasure seeker WPM, 6'3,
44yó, handsome, successful \ v
and uninhibited ISO hot choc-
oíate with a body and mind to
match. Will spoil and entertain'
you with much pleasure. R U ;
fun? 7 -
WS #9350 07/06
Long, thick hard That's how I
want to be when I meet you..
I'm a 40yo, beach resident
who's handsome and enjoys
the finer things in life and isv
extremely well hung. If your )
sexy and can get me long,
thick and hard-call me.
WS #9381 07/06
Submissive female, 25-40,
in-shape wanted by tall, áth-
letic, SWM, dining.traveLpos^
sible relationship. Must be into
spanking, N/S, N/D a plus. All
calls a'nswéred.)
WS #9750 â–  07/20
Oooooh sounds great
doesn't it? if ypy enjoy erotic
massages and being pampered
by a good-looking, humorous
guy w/healing hands, call mb .
for an experience that will
rocket you irito space. lf you're^
excited now, wait urtti! you
hear more.
WS #9746 07/20
Large breasts I am an engi-
neer seeking a woman with
large breasts, i am financially
secure, 50,5'11;fam good .
looking and trim and seeking a
heart.
WS #9757 07/20
Dominant woman required
to sternly administer discipline
ih the form of a multiple quart
enema to this attractive 36yo.
extremély submissive SWM.
WS#9197 06/29
22yo. Latin lover seeking sex-
ual fun. Hi ladies I'rtia sexy Lat-
in male, 5*8.145lbs; short
brown hair, brown eyes, good
looking, slender, open minded,
seeking sexy, fun; sensual fe-
males that would like to get
together for pleasurable fun.
WS #9594 07/13
Wanted:'DD* woman Look-
ing for the ultimate, voluptu-
ous.sénstioiisand buxom
woman- Sensitivity a plus for.
just a companionship. Movies/ ,
dining, tofes and serenades.
"call me ánd you won't régréti it.
WS #9375 07/06
WM. 51.5'9,165;'healthy and
discreet: Disease free and ex-
pect the same. Love to please a
lady to perfection. NO smoke/
drugs. I .am looking for a worn-
an, medium build, 28-55, large
breasts. .Will satisfy you more
than once if you want..
WS #9208 06/29
Marriage can be fun French
photographer, 39, with an 18
)Y/o teenage model seeks sin- :
cere, Simple, dancer girl, 18-36.-.
I respect your profession and ,
will honor you as rhy compan-
ion or-wife.
WS #9631 07/13
I submit! CUddly married BM, 1
37,5*6, seeks a independent,
intelligent BF who is domi-
neering for hot kinky sexual
encounters. Márried or single, |
30-50. No drugs or self haters.
WS#9367> 07/06
Toy boy! 6', 200lbs, black hair
Latino from New York, any-
. thing goes, well hung, seeking
a exotic sensous female, any
age. All calls answered. You
name it. Let's have a goód
time. ,
WS #9551 07/06
6’3 200LBS Middle age, sue-
- cessful man, looking for very
attractive; sexy, well built
woman for discreet relation-
ship. Mid 35-45. Call soon.
WS #9380 07/06
Fun guy attractive SWM, 38.
5'8,180, brown hair, blue eyes
wants to explore his wild side,
with gorgeous wild babe, mid
20's to 30's. If your ready to
party and have fun call me.
WS #9540 07/01
Female ejaculation if you
want to cum but don't know
how this sexy, fit bisexual male
will show you the way. Hint:
we'll need lot's of time so you
can relax. Athletic BlF 30's, a
plus.
WS #9360 07/06
Silver fox. Silver, single, ma-
ture, handsome, fit WPJM.5'8,
163, hazel eyes, with oral ex-
pertise. Seeking attractive,
slender, sensous, uninhibited;
lady. Who desires a complete
lover who is Caring, humorouSi
adventurous, arid knows how
to treat a lady Well.
WS #9379 07/06
Very attractive executive
WM, 45, brown/blue, excellent
shape, ISO pretty, fit, great
physical shape, seels pretty, ?
fit, WHF, for discreet, romantic
adventures.
WS #9747 07/20
Naked lady This tall, hand-
some. 40yo, SWJM, beach res-,
ident, is looking for a LTR with
a young, beautiful exhibitionist
who enjoys exposing her nude
body. Call a enjoy the best life
has to offer.
WS #9768 07/20
Do It in water. l9yo, athletic .
WM, college student, eloquent
and cultured, ISO 20-50 yoL/
WF for wild romance in ocean/
pool, bay, boat etc. and other
finer things. Married or single '
welcome.
WS #9357 07/06
Try me» I am 29yo, fit, looking
for a discreet relationship with
an open minded woman, af-
fectionate, honest no head
games please.
WS#9364 07/06
Mr. Spontaneous SHM, 26,
5'8,165, dark hair and dark .
eyes, ISO SF, 22-3(3, slim, to
medium build; athletic, enjoys :
out doors. Working out, the
beach, travel, and all sorts of
parting.
WS#9761 07/20
Well hung black niále, 28yb,
seeks good looking females
and couples, any race, for
friendship and wildtimes.rl am:
drug and disease free and I am
for real, l am open minded and
love to have fun.
WS #9348 07/06
ENGUSH GENTLEMAN Seeking
younger woman. SWM, 63,
seeking a pretty young lady
who would enjoy the company
of nice older man, tall and slim,
financially secure. Looking for a
LTR. Travel, dining, boating, fun
times. No drugs.
WS #9756 07/20
Disciplined/spanked By tall,
trim, mature, single english-
man. Bend over and be pre-
pared to be spanked orpad- *
died on your báre bottom. You
set the limits, beginners ok, to-
tally discreet. Let's talk.
WS #9753 - - 07/20
Fantasy fulfillment (SO.peo-
pie to help me fulfill some fan-
tasies. One of which is to end '.
up in just my underwear in
front of as many women as .
possible even in a public place;
preferable being forcibly
stripped by several people.
WS #9206 06/29
Attractive and sensuál. 45yo,.
on assignment from Europe, -
good looking, physically at-
tractive, seek attractive, sen-
suous, 30-45, for discreet re-
altionship lots of sensual love'
and affection.
WS #9762 07/20
European professional gen-
tleman seeks an attractive, very
slim and slender young lady
with great sense of humor for
mutually rewarding fun. Dis i
creet encounters.
WS #9352 07/06
Secret affair SHM, Me: 6',
brown hair eyes. Looking for a
woman, 20's, married or w/
boyfriend, for secret passion-
ate interludes of lovemaking. -
No strings.
WS #9597 07/13
Joy Stick. One woman man
hardworking, full of fun, seek-
ing a pretty fine figured intel-
ligent, independent, island
woman who is hot, homy and
freaky. No kids 18-28.
WS #9366 07/06
Uncut ecstasy European
SWM, 5'9, slim body, brown
eyes, hairy.chest, great legs,
considerate, passionate, open
minded, dean, n/s, n/d, HIV-,
early 30's. ISO of lovely lady, any
shape, race, age for discreet
encounters, sexual fantasies on
regular basis. Ü
WS #9537 07/01
I Want to Be Yours 46, green
■éyes, long brown hair, athletic,
haridsóme; German and Italian .
ancestors. Wise South Ameri-
can male, that,loves orgies, and
is open-mipded, kinky sensual,
erotic, and much more. N/d,
only HIV*.
WS#9189 06/29
Married living separate lives.
Good looking 40yo petite
brunette, educated: Well trav-
elled, well mannered, romantic
and sexy, ISO WPM, married,'
eclectic, sincere, successful,
42-56 with sense of humor to
be friends and lovers, m
WS #9630 07/13
Executive seeking very special
lady... DWM, well traveled, busi-
nessman, 6', 185110s, hand-
some, sénsüous and clean.
Seeks sexy lactating lady 'only',
for LTR. Must be dean, honest)
and sweet. Race not impor-
tant. Call me...you wjll not be
disappointed; -
WS #9766 07/20
Looking for you 6'. 200lbs,
Latino from New York, black
hair, good shape. Enjoys danc-
ing, horse back riding, tennis,
beaches, swimming etc. Well
hung, looking for a exotic, sen-
suous, sexy beautiful woman.
Everything goes..
WS #9378 07/06
Very oral. SWM, 45, in shape
loves giving oral pleasures, very
eager to please. Seeking a big,
sexy, full-figured woman, 28-
50 who loves receiving it I'm a s
knotty boy and need a good
old fashion spanking.
WS #9337 07/06
Tall, attractive GLM, looking
for new adventure, wish to
meet a female, 38-48, for
friendship, romance and may-
be more.
WS #9765 07/20
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SWJM, executive 41,5'6\ 150
lbs., loves to Swing Dance. -
Strong, yet very loving, tender
and attentive. Very dominant
in bedroom ISO SWJFfor LTR/,;
wife. 30-40,'sllm. Must Swing
Dance or willing to leam, sub-
missive in bedroom, equal
partner in all else.
WS #9287 06/29
Handsome dominant SWM,
39, seeks an attractive lady who
enjoys being submissive or
would like to explore her sub-
missive side in a safe and sane
environment, where your lim-. jj
its and desires will alway be re-
spected. Privacy and discretion
assured.
WS #9860 07/20
WM ISO M/SF who wants and
needs or deserves an old fash-
ion, bare bottom spanking. I’m
safe, sain and respect limits. So
if you have been bad, let me
relieve your guilt, i also give
birthday spankirigs. Let's talk.
WS #9442 07/06
Let’s turn fantasies into
reality! SWM, 30's, desires ex-
otic goddess to lavish with
erotic pleasures and passion. )
We'll create recipes for in-
tensely sensual thrills using hot
Oil massage, fruit, whipped
cream, melted chocolate and
bubble baths, basking in scent-
ed candlelight.
WS #9437 07/06
Romantic gentleman 5'8',
dark brown hair/eyés, djsease
and drug free. Loves to please
special lady to perfection; You
won't be disappointed. ISO 40-
'45, petite, pretty, sexy, large
busted woman, n/s, disease
and drug free.
WS #9690 07/13
OLDER LOVER WANTED
Easy going, educated WM, ISO -
easy going WF, 55-65, who de-
sires younger companion, for .
occasional-dining, discreet fun!
!-m in my 40's, 5'6', 165, trim,
n/s. healthy. Let's meet for a
casual lunch!
WS#9863 07/20
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D=Divorced
W=Widowed
A=Asian
B=Black
w=White
L=Latino/a
H=Hispanic
F=Female
M=Male
Bi=Bisexua!
G=Gay
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40's, artist/musiclan/film mak-
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35, submissivefor bondage/
SM/capture role piay/scenes;
Limits respected, prior neutral -
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WS #9859 07/20
Greek culture Let Us share
our mutual interest. Black gem
tleman, health professional,
57;1nfWPB, attached: ISO ma-
ture female, 50ish, or older,
married, any race who desires
a discreet friendship; A
WS #9290 06/29
I want a sexy woman! ISO ad-
venturous woman who is not
afraid to be spontaneous and
sensual. You must be fun and
have a great personality and be
honest. I am a 33, divorced,
very-attractive, sensual and fun
male.
WS #9851 07/20
Anal addict? Let us share bur
mutual interest. Black gentle-
man, health professinal, 57,
years young, in WPB, married
ISO mature female, 50 some-
thing or older, married pref-
erably of any race, nice buns,
who désires rear worship and
more from me, a dedicated
butt man. We could enjoy a
very discreet friendship.
WS #9850 07/20
Men Seeking Men
Buying Time
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local number to answer with
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vanee.
ISO transsexual pre op. Me:
good looking, mid 30's, healthy
•male seeks feminine, tan, soft,.
female acting transsexual.
WS #9852 07/20
Foreskin forever! WPM, 56,
6T, 240, smooth skin; dean
shaven, uncut ISO real men,
18-25 with Foreskin. I am ad-
dieted to foreskin and would
like to have fun with yours and
have you quench mythir$t E ;
live in Ft. Lauderdale.
WS #9696 07/13
Three way? Double your
pleasure, double your fun, two
masculine athletic, males one
GWM, tall, masculine, late 40's,
one CBM, 30's, masculine, nice
body. ISO casual fun. Both ver-
satile, seek same, HIV+ pre-
fenred.
WS #9444 07/06
TV/TS Wanted 43, profes-
slonal bi-DWM, would like to
meet feminine, passable Bi CD/
TV/TS to introduce me to the
scene in Broward and have
fUn; y:
WS#9697 07/13
White business man 49 HIV-
male, 6'3', 190, honest, sincere
seeks muscular rugged, very ,
aggresive, top who likes to be
Jin charge.. I am willing to share
.all with the right guy.
WS#9285 06/29
Boy wanted! 50, WM seeks
; young, white boy, 18-20 for
oral gratifications. I will orally
service you to the completion.
No reciprocation expected.
Sóuth Broward.
WS#9445 07/06
To serve man! 27, chiseled,
5'9\ straight acting, good
looking Egyptian God! ISO Val. â– 
Caesar? In order to meet Val
Caesar you must be 21-35,
straight acting, sense of hu-
mor, body builder body, enjoy -
thefruits and vegetables of
Earth with a Gothic smile.
WS#9858 07/20
Go for It! 31, .anxiously bi-cu-
nous WM, blonde, blue eyes,
6'1', good looking, 205 lbs is
inviting any guy, 18-37, good
looking, in shape for discreet
encounters. Race not impor-
tent but looks and attitude
are.
WS#9297 06/29
ISO Bl-male 25-45, WM, looks
just average. We are looking
for someone to just have a
good time with. Please call us
for more information..
WS#9856 07/20
Computer help. 37, WBiM;
220lbs, 6'0, great body and
very handsome. Needs kinky
computer wiz to help me get
on line. Already have cornput-
er. phone company repairman
preferred. HIV- only.
WS#9203 06/29
Hi fellas I'm-a 22yo Latin male,
versatile, cute, 5'8,145lbs, well
endowed, and cute bubble
butt-ISO of older men who
would like to get together for
some hot'fun. if you think you
can handle me call me.
WS #9595 07/13
SHOW US WHAT YOU
and well show the
test qfthewodd!
We are searching South Florida for the
most sexy, erotic and wild men and
women we can find to star in our
WILD SIDE campaign for the next year!
Think you got what it takes? Then
get ready to strut your stuff for
our judges and crowd of our
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is coming soon -
watch future issues
for more details,,.
Body builders. Very hand-
some, BiWM, 38,6'1, 222lbs-sf
muscle. ISO of body builders,
for safe, hot man to man ac-
tion. Italians, tattoos, crew
cuts, married, and cut pre- .
ferred. Kink ok, no drugs; HIVf
only, discreet.
WS #9202 06/29
Seeking transsexual or her- J
maphrodite. 39 yo male with
18 yo girl, seeks feminine girl.. >
to live with us. Friendship or
more. I understand you and
love you.
WS#9602 07/13 -
Go for It This 31; anxiously cu-
rious WM, good looking,
blonde/blue, 6'1> 205lbs. is in-
viting any guy 18-37, good
looking, in shape for discreet in .
counters. Race unimportant
but looks and attitude are.-
WS#9201 06/29
I want beef. Looking for a<
beefy, chubby guy, well en-
dowed, 712 or more and
thick, 18-35, masculine. I'm
5'11,175, in good shape and
good looking.
WS#9193 06/29
Young Nymphs: Me Big bear,
you young cub. Seeking youth-
ful, playful nymph for fun and
excitement. You will love the
way l make you feel. If you are
18-22, adventurous and love
the chase, so frolic today.
WS #9752 07/20
Oral sex maniac. Very attrac-
tive Bl/WM, 38. seeks black or
brown island ale for oral ad-
venture. Attitude and equip 1
ment are more important than
looks or age. Be HIV-, discrete,
homy, hung and ready. Satis-
faction assured.
WS #91% 06/29
Gay Puerto Rican male. 31.
5'7. always horny, looking to
hook up, hang out and have
some fun. No relationships, no
weddings, just fun! Very unin 1
hibited, very versatile. Let's do
it. -
WS #9599 07/13
Seeking older man Tall,
smooth stripper, muscular
chest and velvet smooth buns
needs close inspection by
homy, older man. -
WS#9372 07/06
Phone sex Nothing turns me
on more than a deep mascu-
line voice. Southern, midwest,
Texas accents are a+. If you I
want to role play with me,
BiWM, mid 30s, well-built and
you are BiWM, Caucasian, tell,
well-built. Call. Rock my world.
WS #9770 07/20
Office delivery. GWM, 29yo,
slender, handsome, ISOPCM,
35-45 for discreet daytime fun
at your office, car...? Lunch
time, break, whatever...! deliv-
er,
WS #9349 07/06
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would love to meet men who
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and we vyill see.
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lady.
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'switch' female to join open
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looking for a spedal friend and
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and ready for pleasure!
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only for fun. Gomé join my
party. Sexy females only..
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meat and have fun. We need
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JByo, 5'10, Exec. ASs, tell, me-
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Sexy blonde thing ISO same,
who is active and likes to have
fün with massages and receiv-
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SWF, 18-30, adventurous, sub-
missive, independent, obedi-
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us. Let's work some magic!
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Open marriage? Clean, dis 1
creet, erudite, erotic patriar-
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Married couple ISO lesbian to
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WS #9748 07/20
Bisexual intentional com-
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Miami. Seeking roommates,
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large house, finances, pool,
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life with other progressive bi-
sexuals.
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Erotic sensual Sobe couple
seeking playmates. ISO of oth-
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to play with us. Me: LM, 22,5'9,
145lbs, brown/brown; cute,
bubble butt. Her: 41, long au-
bum hair, green eyes, 5*8. full
figured and very sexy.
WS #95% 07/13
ISO of select singles or bi- fe-
male. She: 5'5, long black hair,
big breast, long legs HR Enjoys
more than one male and fe-
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than just One. Join me!
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Straight white male 34 yo,
ISO a single bi-curious, good
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beautiful down-to-earth wife.
Were clean, diseasef ree, very
discreet. You won't be disap-
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Three way... Double your
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GWM tall, masculine, late 40's,;
One GBM, masculine, nice
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SWM," 45 5'5, 140lbS, ISO two
BiWF, 20-35 to spend discreet
times together. Must be non-
smoker, disease free, no
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disappointed..Lets develop a
friendship. Will answer calls.
WS#9611 07/13
Your mother told you not to
go outwith people like ús. Me:
5'8.155, blond/blue, open
minted, healthy, uninhibited,
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WS #9539 07/01
Happily married seeking BiF,
must-be good looking, open-
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Were an attractive white, mar-
ried couple. He: 34, straight.
She: 33, bi-curious. Were dis-
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develop a friendship arid enjoy
good times. '
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Sexy, gopd looking $M, ISO at-
tractive couple for new and exr
citing, steamy, sensual en-
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party fox a hot couple: Secure
and confident plus discreet
WS#9619 07/13
Looking for a lesbian. Very
S discreet, mid 40's couplefor l V
friendship and maybe more.'
She's a beautiful woman, blue
eyes and a very open minded -
person, We're dying to meet J
you. Discretion a.must.
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Sobe couple Young and at-.
tractivé WC living in South Bch.
Both 25. We're looking for sim-
ilar couples and singles to go
to clubs, restaurants and may-
be...Be attractive, young, cool;
You know who you are. -
WS #9620 07/13
Are you looking for fun, dean,
good looking couples? We're
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ing for couples or bi females,
good looking, not over 40yo,
for sex and good times. First
timers welcome, serious, dean
and good shape.
WS #9760 07/20
Bi sexual girl wanted Asian,
Black, White. French lover, 39
with my 19 y/o blonde girl-
friend will give you multiple
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WS#9603 07/13
The story of "O' Sir Stephen,
and '0' seeks submissive
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than you must answer this ad.
WS #9626 07/13
Hot young Bi Miami Bch
couple. ISO bi males, bi fe-.
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are super attractive, dean, fun.
sexy.' uninhibited, intelligent,
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WS#9609 07/13
Married couple. ISO lesbian to
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WS #9600 07/13
Hot wife ISO sex fun. Sexy
erotic wife 4lyo, BBW, 5'10,
auburn/green nice chest etc, ,
seeks older prof men for sex
fun with husband involved,
pleasure and pamper me!
WS #9592 07/13
Discreet good looking, very
educated, healthy whité
couple in 30's, both very liberal
with great bodies and ex-
tremely good in bed. ISO of
other couples in 20-30 with
same profile for lots of fun.
Couples only.
WS #9382 07/06
3 way play. 43yo, handsome,
bi PDWM, educated and virile,
would, like to meet with cou :
pies in the North Miami/Bro-
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Being bi is not a must.
WS #9605 07/13
Fit to be tied, very handsome
SWM, 5'10,165lbs., fit, looking
for adventurous.-fit females/
couples for fantasy fulfillment.
I am fun, honest, smart, with
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anything goes. All ages/races. -
Must be clean and disease free.
WS #9591 07/13
For couples White.ltelian
male, 32,5'9', 150, Lauderdale,
an entertain, very clean, very
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safe, pleasurable scéneS: Cou-
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WS #9861 07/20
Hey! Let's have fun! Happily
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want to watch. Let's talk some
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140 Medical
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150 Phone
155 Restaurant/Hotel/Clubs
160 Retail
165 Sales
170 Salons
175 Technical
177 Warehouse/Mechanical
180 Entertainment
185 Positions Wanted
105
Career Training/Schools
ABC BARTENDING
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561-795-Ó240
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employment opportunity and
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background.
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AUTOMOTIVE
Tire & Battery
Technicians
Sears Tire Group is on the
leading edge of Automotive
Service. The latest technology,
a team environment and our .
unparalleled commitment to
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Mechanics
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1-877-STG-JOBS
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1 -877-NTB-JOBS
COMPUTER WORK Basic
computer work. Flexible hours.
$23-$78K yrly. Must have,
computer. 1-800-260-7721 ext
1015
Department
Administrator
creative
Broward
nrd working,V
ail oriented and
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DRIVER /Companion, part
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am a young lady, trapped by
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gentleman (gay or straight) as a
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Knowledge of comnputers and
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ROUTE DRIVERS
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required.
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SEASONAL POSITIONS
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College Students
'99 H.S: Grads-
$10.25 per hr. appL
Flex PT/FT • Entry Level
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Scholarships Corid. Apply
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Ft. Lauderdale 954-72Í -4940
Boca Raton 561-243-2410
Hollywood 954-894-4493
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A Job For You 981-9003
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ATC Staffing 731-3598
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AcctsbyGimbel 5257000
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Ace Employment 563-2828
Adecco . 776-5502
All Medical .. 9277800
All Trades j 491-7311
Alpha Temps 776-6030
Amer ¡Temps 491-6264
American Recruiters .493-9200
A-1 Temp j 783-6794
Atrium Pers 484-5401
Becker Pers 776-5554
BKO Enterprises 522-1166.
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Internet Advertising Consultant
Trader Online, the largest database of
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ate opening in Dade selling internet
advertising to franchise dealerships. If
you have previous outside sales experi-
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Planet Staffing 788-1300
Primetime Temps . 777-2787
ProStaff 938-8222
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Scientific Staffing 485-5700
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Staff Force : 491 -0077
Team Coricepts 474-8326
TIP Temp V 781-0263
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Temp One
772-7702
Total Staffing
423-3093
UniForce
485-8367
UTS Inc
733-8686
VAP Resources
491-1080
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. 749-5555
Winston
938-5222
TALENT SCOUTS Needed for
top modeling agency. Person-
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WORK AT HOME
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AND STAY-AT-HOME
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135
Management/Professional
TEACHERS wanted for SÁT
PREP: MATH/VERBAL Must be
college graduate, Please call .
Toby Rose's College Prep for
moreinfo 954-441 -8000
140
Medical
BILLER Immediate opening in
East Ft Lauderdale. Minimum. 5
years experience in Medicare/
Managed Care billing. Must be
exp.in working with Muta.l Of
Omaha billing software. Fax
resume: 954-430-3441 or call
954-430-3440
DENTAL BILLING
$20-$40
Per Hour
Easy Dental Billing. Full training.
Computer required
1-800-434-5518 ext610
RESIDENTIAL CARE PLACMENT
Helping others in your home.
$500-$2000and up per month
for complete training info :
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Discover the Exceptional
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Office Specialists is filling positions at South
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• Administrative Assistants - $20-$28K
• Legal Secretaries/Paraiegals IS25-S35K
• Medical Billers/Collections - $9-$ 12.66/hr.
• Accounting Clerks - $8-$ 10/hr.
• Receptionists - $7.50-$10/hr.
All positions available immediately. Temporary
& temp to hire opportunites.
Visit our website at: www.officespec.com
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Office
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PGA/AccuStaff 561-640-3903
VARIOUS POSITIONS
NEW TIMES IS HIRING!
CALL OUR 24 HOUR
JOB HOTLINE AT
954-233-1503
Newlinws
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.Office/Clerical
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Dynamic arts organization
seeks experienced Adminis-
trative Assistant. Excellent
computer skills required; fa-
miliarity with'classical'music :
helpful. Letter and resume to
Assistant Search: New World
Symphony, 541 Lincoln Rd,
Miami Beach, FL33139. No
phone calls, please
CUSTOMER SERVICE
CALL CENTER
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FLEX SHIFTS
Boca Raton 561 -362-4200
Ft Lauderdale 954-777-3000
Miami '305-374-7800
West Palm 561 -242-0000
CAREERS USA
LEGAL
LEGAL PERSONNEL
WANTED
Numerous Temp/Perm, PT/FT
Positions Available N0WÍ!
• Legal Secretaries
- (Florida Exp)
• Legal Assistants
^ (RE & Litigation)
• Word Processors
. (WPWin & MS Word)
• Receptionists
Fax your resume today,
work tomorrow!
ALL-WAYS LEGAL
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Fax: 954-522-4659
OFFICE ASST
OFFICE ASSISTANT
; Computer knowledge
required, Monday-Friday,
8am-5pm shift, $8 per hour.
Call:
954-986-0919
Or fax your Resume to:
954-986-0978
150
Phone
ASTROLOGERS Psychics, Tarot
Card Readers, Part Time, Full
Time, Work from home, good
pay $12.$18/hr 954-467-9776
PHONE ACTRESSES/ACTORS
PSYCHICS needed for Natl
lines. Must have previous exp.
Make your own hrs. Excellent
pay. Serious Inquiries ONLY.
Hiring Imméd 305-752-9408
PSYCHICS EXPERIENCED Be
part of the most active psychic
phone service. Work at home,
$12-$15 per hour. Call'
954-989-4950
WORK FROM HOME
Only the Best! Work from
home for small elite phone
service. Articulate and
intelligent only. Some col-
lege preferred. Generous
per minute bonus $$$.
Call 10am-6pm
954 - 419-9817
www.femalemusde.com
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Restaurants/Hotels/Clubs
AUDITIONS In this week's
Show Biz section of New Times
Classified. Turn to classification
635 for Acting, Auditions,
Modeling/Talent ads & more!
To place an ad. call
954-233-1555
HOTEL STAFF
$
¿ Howard Johnson"
• Desk Clerk
• Room Attendants
• House Persons
Excellent Benefits!
Apply in Person:
HOWARD JOHNSON
PLAZA RESORT
2501N Ocean Dr.
^Hollywood Beach EOE •
CASHIER
LAS OLAS IS HOT!
immediate opening for
AM Cashier
Apply in person,
between 2-5pm, M-F at:
Riverside Hotel
620 E. Las Olas Blvd.
Ft.Lauderdale DFWP
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Join A Winning Team
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•Competitive Compensation
•Great Benefits
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•Professional Environment
•PT/FT Nights & Weekends avail.
Call the Human Resource
1-800-804-4380
David Parker
Human Resource Generalist
Davidp @ accesstms
EXPERIENCED COOK Day or
night. Also seeking expert-
enced wait staff. Located at
298 Arizona St Hollywood, FL'
Call 954-920-6353
HOTEL POSITIONS
y-y
DAYS INN
HOLLYWOOD
Immediate openings available
for
Front Desk Clerks
van Drivers
Room Attendants
Maintenance Engineer
Front Desk/Night Audit
Apply in person:
2601 n: 29th Avenue
1-95 & Sheridan Street
ICE CREAM PARLOR
now Hiring:
ASST MANAGER
• Will train to take charge.
• Diversified job/
> Medicar insurance. ¡1
Apply in Person after 11am:
2128 N University Dr,
Sunrise
NIGHT CLUB STAFF
SS
SOLID GOLD
MIAMI BKACII
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• Bartenders • Cooks
Bar Backs • Wait StafF
Hostess Staff
'$$ Great Pay $$"
Fun Environment!
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N. Miami Beach
Call After 2pm: . '
305-956-5726
RESTAURANT POSITIONS
SEEKING:
• Servers
• Delivery Person
Apply in person, 3pm-5pm
at Beverly Hills Cafe
7041W Commercial Blvd,
Tamarac
RESTAURANT STAFF |
Light-cook, Prep-coók, Hostess,
servers, ail positions. ;
EL MARIACHI, 1372 Weston Rd.
Country lsle954-753-3788
RESTAURANT STAFF
WAIT STAFF!! $$$$$
' Needed forbusy '
Fort Lauderdale restaurant
and night Club. Must be avail-;
able to start immediately and
work nightsand Weekends.
. ..Apply in person: •
17 S Ft Láud BchBlvd. (A1A),
at Beach Place in Ft Lauderdale
954-463-6980
RESTAURANT STAFF
Now Hiring: .
•WAIT STAFF
•DELI ASST
For High-End Restaurant/Deli.
954-986-7240
RESTAURANT STAFF
ROASTED
GARLIC
Full A PT openings for .
KITCHEN STAFF
WAITSTAFF
Fax resume to: 747-5278
or apply in person
between 2-4pm at
4473 N. University Drive,
Lauderhill
SERVERS
TonyRoma’s
(•FAMOUS TOR RIBS») .
in Hallandale &
Pembroke Pines
Now Hiring SERVERS. We
offer excellent benefits. Apply:
606 E Hallandale Bch Blvd
954-454-7427 and
7920 Pines Blvd
954-962-7427
SERVERS Experience a must.
References required. Good
money flexible hours. Apply
within. DinoPete's 4221 North
State Road 7, córner of Stirling
and 441. Call for Jodi at:
954-966-4441
TESTIMONIAL
“WE GOT SO MANY
CALLS THE DAY THE
PAPER CAME OUT,
WE HAD TO STOP
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VARIOUS POSITIONS
COMFORT
SUITES
COME WORK IN A DYNAMIC
BUSY, FRIENDLY HOTEL!
; We arelooking for ;•
great people with a great smile
to fill thé following positions:
• Front Desk.Clefks
Hotel exp: pref'drAll shifts
• Sales Manager.
Heavy Outside Calls
• Night Auditors FT/PT '•'/
• Housekeepers
We offer Great-Benefits for the
right enthusiastic individuals
Apply at 1800 s Federal Hwy
Ft.Lauderdale, FL 33316
Phone 954-767-8700
Fax 954-767-8629
VARIOUS POSITIONS Coaster s
is now hiring for Bartendérs ~
arid Servers. Please apply at: |¡¡
777 East Atlantic Blvd, Delray V
Beach or call 561-272-6004 ,
Models/Entertainers/
Sp| Attendants
100’s $$$ Daily
Discreet Gentlemen’s Clubs
|n are now
hiring bikini model types.
Kpp^^feer^h^^er 11am.
SoutlisfloridAimiels
1650 N. Federal Hwy;...
Pompano Beach
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Retail
SALES PERSON
Crowing furniture company
seeks Full Timé & Part Time
Retail Sales People for it's
Plantation location. Hourly+
- Commission + Benefits.
Flexible Hours. .
Fax resume to:
407-733-0517
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ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVES
READY TO WORK? $$$
Magazine Account Reps need-
ed for Ft Lauderdale business.
|' Make 30k your 1st year! Exp.
preferred. Must be a people
person & very organized. We
•offer salary + commission &
complete Benefits Package.
For immediate consideration
fax resume to 954-537-7737
CLASSIFIED SALES
MAKE $25-$35K
YOUR FIRST YEAR
flew Times Classified is seeking
aggressive, urgent, results-
oriented, positive individuals
with strong communication
skills tojoin our growing staff.
You will sell line and display
classified advertising over the
phone & occasionally in person
•to new customers & service
existing ones. Specifically, you
will develop the employment &
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If you have telemarketing ex-
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Guitar Center
Of Hallandale
The nation's #1 musical;/
instrument retailer; has two
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those intefestéd in heiping
Gujtar Center become famous
for customer- service need â– 
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^sales experiénce a plus.
Contact Daniel Hansen at
954-456-7890
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Demonstrations by-appt. No
cold calls. Leads provided.
Guaranteed income. Please call
954-946-5050 Extension 1610
INSIDE SALES
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• Paid Training
• Advancement Opportunities
• Competitive Compensation
• Great Benefits
• Flex Schedule
• Professional Environment
• PT/FT Nights & Weekends
avail
Call Human Resource
1-800-804-4380
David Parker
Human Resource Generalist
davidp@accesstms.com
MKT/SALES
• ATTITUDE •
OVER RESUME
International Marketing
Company needs to fill 5 open-
ings immed. No Exp Néc. Full
Training. Positive Attitude-
Neat appearance
If your not making $600/wk
Call 954-776-1977
PROMOTIONAL REP
ULTIMATE SUMMER
JOB!!!
Large, inti brewery seeks out-
going Promotional- Rep in
Miami/Ft Lauderdale for eight
weeks (7/12-9/4) with potential
to continue. $400-$500/week,
expense account, car allow-
anee. Must be 21 & have own
trans. Bar/restaurant promo-
tion experience a plus. FT days,
eves & weekends. .PT avail too!
Fax resume. Attn: Murphy's
202-548-0177
TELEMARKETING We have the
best package in Town!. Vaca-
tion sales, $100 per deal from
deal 11nbound calls. Please call
954-717-9005
TM NEW CONCEPT
VACATION ROOM
Profit Sharing
No charge backs. $120-$175
per sale. $600-$1500/weekly.
Looking for stability? Share in
’reaT profits! immediatehire.
4-9pm shift. Cali Lonnie at -
954-474-5688
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Salons
SALON POSITIONS
JEAN ANDRE SALON
Seeking...
HAIR STYLISTS
UNDEG NEW OWNERSHIP! MUSt
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Entertainment
A ADULT AGENCY
DANCERS • MODELS
COMPANIONS FOR ADULT
AGENCY
Make $4,000 Weekly!
Paid Daily!
High Class Adult Agency
Elite Cash Clients
Glamor Model Types
• 1-888-734-4447 •
ACTORS/MODELS and Extras
needed for Film & TYmodels.
Print & runway. All ages. Call
for more info: 954:923-0222
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TYPES WANTED!
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ADULT AGENCY
Make $1500-^2500
PER WEEK!!
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& busy agency. Call SPICE
'CUTIES 954-785-9888
ADULT AGENCY - Model types
wanted. No exp. necessary.
Make $2,000-$4,000 per week.
Cash paid daily! In/Outcalls.
305-944-9086 / 954-797-9091
ADULT AGENCY How hiring!
Make $5pp-$1000 per day.We
are an established and safe es-
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atmosphere; part time or fuil
time available. Call 954-783-
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ADULT AGENCY Models 8r
Dancers. $6000/week possible.
Cash paid daily. Elite clients.
Call 1-954-596-0000
ADULT AGENCY
ATTRACTIVE MODEL
TYPES WANTED!
Adult agency seeks escorts for
adult service.;
Call Anytime!
954-462-0017
ADULT AGENCY NOW hiring
dancers;escorts, and models.
Top $$$.paid daily. Become one
of OUfdelidqys flavors. Drivers
and babysitting service avail-
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954-316-3031/954-293>2263
ADULT AGENCY
Now Hiring Model
Types $$$$
• Very Safe & Busy Agency
• Driver Provided
• Highest commissions!
• Paid Daily!
Call 954-735-6504
AREA MANAGER Great part
time $$ Adult Service seeks
Female Reps to Manage StafF
1-800-794-4773
www.7whispers.com
BIKINI/LINGERIE MODELS For
photos. Worldwide Internet.
Cash paid daily. Exp not neces-
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3BR&1 BR. neat, dean with on-site parking. 3 blocks from
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HALLENDALE $575 305-623-2742
Furnished 1/1 apt. tile floors, pool, AC.Iaundryand storage,
quit neighberhood good parking, ready to move in.
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HOLLYWOOD BEACH FROM $710 954-396-0447
Huge 1 bedrpom/1 bath and 2 bedroom/2 bath on the beach! A/C. .
and hot water included. 1 month free. Executive's Choice :
HOLLYWOOD BEACH $1,800 954-805-6092
Fabulous 5E corner, unbelievableoceanview/new kitchen, new
bath, flrt&ceiling Windows, oversized balcony.'Executivé's Choice
HOLLYWOOD BEACH $675 954-921-0990x720
; On The Beach Ocean Front Effic. Magnificently Furnished. Health-
clubi ; Swimming Pool, Electricity, Cable, Indoor Parking & SecJncl.
HOLLYWOOD $1,295 305-972-9165
Announcing luxurious beachfrontapt, just north of Golden Beach.
All utilities, parking and cabléiricludéd. 2401 S Ocean Drive
HOLLYWOOD $500 954-929-9380
;1 BR 1-BA, tile firs, new paint, central A/C, east of I-95, N of Holly?
Wood blvd. Clean, quiet building. E of US 1. Pager 954-506-2314
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Beautiful 2 BR 2 BA. convenient to bchs & I-95, gated community
with.pool, gym, spa & tennis:;VV/D avail. Executive's Choice
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Room for rent in Hollywood $80/wk Incl. A/C, Cable, phong, '
kitchen/laundry priviléges. No-arioking, drugs or drinking.. ‘
HOLLYWOOD $550 954-929-6176
Small furnished 1 Brapt. Lake Forest area. Tiled, kitchen, bath, Lg.
yard. Includes utilities, Ideal for.T person. Available immed.
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245
Palm Beach Apartments/Condos/Townhomes For Rent
THE LOFTS
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stairs, central A/C, pool, terrace, covered parking and security gate
PEMBROKE PINES $750 954-447-4896
2 bedroom 2 bath condo, 1,000 square feet> Mexican tile, Washer/
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PEMBROKE PINES $675 954-805-6092
New 1/1 with screened patio, washer/dryer-irieludéd inside unit,
waterviews available. 2/2 $795. Executive's Choice
DELRAY FROM $795 954-805-6092
Brand new; never lived in!.1& 2 bedrooms with pool, fitness een-.
ter, tennis, all in a gated community! Short-term and corporate
units also available. Executive's Choice,;
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Dade Rentals
AVENTURA $3,400 954-396-0447
Williams Island, Brand New!!! ,7000 building, 26th floor, panoramic
view of ocean to Intracóastaj. Elaborately furnished bY famous Eu-
ropean decorator. Must see! Executiye's'Choice
POMPANO BEACH $1500 & UP 954-942-4521
Pompano Beach luxury reso'rt, heWsuites, efficiencies and.studios.|
Pool; prkg, on the beach in beautiful tropical garden. TV, maid svc.
MIAMI BEACH $1,250 305-867-9122
Oceanfront 2/2 on high floor, i,400 square feet, A/C, carpet, to -
much to list! Hurry, won't last!
POMPANO 954-785-6488/DAYS 954-465-6488EVEN/WKNDS
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modeled. New management. Low move-in cost .
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VICTORIA PARK EAST $475-$700 954-465-2868
Effic-to iBR's and 2 -BR's, 2 pools, near Gateway, Galleria and bchs.
Annual leases. Aptslustrehabbed and.updated. 905 NE18 Ave -
215
Broward Rooms For Rent
DANIA $115/WEEK 954-922-2221
Hotel; TV/HBQ, A/C, refrigerator, maid service, security, laundry
facility, private bath. Priate's Inn Hotel.
HOLLYWOOD/SOUTH $585 954-920-2155
Spacious Condo Room, beautifully furnished & private w/ kitchen,
new tile & paint, separate entry, laundry. Central A/C. Near beach.
Incl. utilities. $$ negotiable w/extended stay. Gats okay.
240
Broward Rentals Wanted
SOUTH BROWARD 954-835-2258
Seeking 3BR + deri or 4BR home, to rent-lease option or owner
financing, West or South Broward. Need by end of July. Call Rose.
11»,as
297 Broward Roommates
299 Palm Beach Roommates
297
Broward Roommates
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EAST OAKLAND PARK $375 954-568-6633
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House privileges .for right tenant. Fum q^tinfurn; Spa, W/D
HOLLYWOOD BEACH $550 UTIL INCLUDED 954-927-6262
Spacious Private House, Large Yard and Porch, Washer/Dryer, Pets *
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NE FT LAUDERDALE $285+DEPOSIT 954-523-3692
GWM to share 3/1 house With hot tub, washer & dryer. Utilities iri^fl
eluded. Near Wilton Manors. $l 00j§eeurity:;Deposit., .
WEST HOLLYWOOD $375 954-207-0480
Share large, very nice private home with pool .Split utilitieS;;Beép.,
Hope at 954-207-0480.
WEST LAUDERHILL $125/WEEKLY | 954-684-8536
Home alone. Two females preferred to share beautiful house, 3
BR2BA, pool, no pets & ,nb kids; Excellent area. Utilities included
300
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310
Broward Condos/Townhomes For Sale
HALLANDALE ’ $58,000 954-396-0447
.Great investment! Beautiful 1 BR 1 BA w/pool across, from ocean.
Close to Diplomat Hotel. Gym, health spa. Executive'sCbOiéé. ; ;í
HALLANDALE $58.000 954-596-0447
Gorgeous 1 bedrpom/1 bath with water view, 24 hour doorman.
1,000 squarefeet. Great inyesthieht!!! Executive's Choice â–  -
HOLLYWOOD/HALLANDALE $120,000 954-396-0447
Ocean front 2 BR 2 BA, T,7(X).square feet, pool, gym, tennis. All
amenities. Great investment.near Diplomat, Executive's Choice
WESTON $68,900 954-564-4446
2 BR/2 BÁbdndo.'Washer/Dryen Dishwasher, 140 Lakéviéw Dr.
All Qualities Properties, Inc. Beep Daisy at 954-215-1657
315
Broward Homes For Sale
HALLANDALE $69,900 954-456-3407
Beautifully furn 2/2, renovated, 1,200 sq ft, kitchen, new tile, car-
peting, semd lanai, 6th fi/idosets. immaculate! Maintenance $190,
MARGATE $119,000 954-564-4446
3 BD/2 BA garage, very spacious, large kitchen, family room,
screened porch, beautiful treé lined property. Won't last! ÁQP Inc.
330
Broward Real Estate Wanted
ALL AREAS 954-473-HOME
j?eal Estate warited! Private investor wants to buy income proper-
ty. Will look at all, houses, apartments, any condition..
372
Dade Real Estate
DADE ALL PRICES 954-233-1555
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Works! Deadline Tuesdays at 6pm. Call 954-255-1555
MIAMI BEACH $125,000 305-867-9122
Oceanfront 2/2,1.400 sq ft, A/C, tile throughout, balcony, cable
included in maintenance, two parking spaces. Hurry, won't last!
SOUTH BEACH ALL PRICES 305-532-0260
3 LOCATIONS ON SOUTH BEACH TO SERVE YOU!
The Enclave 359 Meridian Ave From $71,500
Studio & 1 BRs, the BEST Renovation of an Art Deco bldg! Central
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Open Fri-Sun 2-5PM or by appt, call Bill Carson 305-286 : 8l99 -
The Vistas Venetian isles-South Beach$205,000-$575,000
Bayfront luxury condos. Open daily ...Cathy Foster 305-469-6464
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1 & 2 BRs. Beautiful! All new everything! Bill Carson 505-286-8199 ,
Park vintage 72314th Place $94,995
Huge 1/2"Corner unit, high ceilings, wood fir, w/d, A/C 401 -5111
Ocean Walk 335 Ocean Drive $59,900
Reriovdeco bldg, studio, pool/gym. Ron Chappell 305-604-3475 .
The Dixon 73010th street . $110,000
Large 2/2, garden view, new kitchen. Gary Hennes 305-277^7000
1498 Jefferson Ave 1/1 1 Parking, by Lincoln Rdt $82,000.
Decoplage, 100 Lincoln Road;r.On the ocea.n!!! .'..7$89,-900-$399,000
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1 BR/2 BA,-third floor, living & dining roQms,tile,qqntA/C.dish-
washer, bale; pvt parking, block to Lincoln Rd, pets ok'. Ready to sell
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415 Auctions
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425 Clothing
430 Computers
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445 Furniture
450 Garage/Yard Sales
455 Jewelry
460 Lost & Found
465 Miscellaneous
470 Pets/Supplies
475 Photo/Video
480 Records/CDs/Tapes/Video
485 Tickets
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Antiques/Arts/Collectibles
ANTIQUES WANTED
Paintings, Furniture, Jewelry,
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BEANIE BABIES-For Sale.
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more. Call 954-956-9277..
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Appliances
APPLIANCES- MAYTAG large
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430
Computers
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445
Furniture
BED Brand new. King size,
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$1,500, will sell for $375, can ¿
deliver, call 305-649-2351-
BEDS Name brands.new in
plastic, never used mattress
boxes was $1500, now $249
sizesfrbm tang to twin. Twin
set$125. Delivery available.
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BEDS New mattress sets with
inner coils, in plastic. Twin $ 78 ,
full $98. queen $114, includes
delivery. Se habla Español! Call
beeper 305-337-6314
FOR SALE Dresser Mirror, 2
night stands, queen head
board with rails. Sofa & love
seat and chest with matching
night stands. $350 or best of-
fer. all offers considered: 954-
484-5970 or pager for imme-
diaté response 878-4088.
455
Jewelry
‘ DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT Ring,
2 carats, sacrifice $4500. Pair of
earrings, 2.02 carats, $2,600.
Pendant,-3.90 carats $4500
561-241-1790
465
Miscellaneous
FLORIDA KEYS-Fuily Equipped
Vacation Home, Dock;- Pool.’
$595/Week. Key Colony" "
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Photovoltietaic Solar Panels;
414-650-0246
470
Pets/Supplies
BIRDS Hand-fed baby birds;
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Greys, Cockatoos, Conure,
Macaw. Call Bird Cage USA at
305-255-8484
COCKAHELS Large selection of
birds available, cockátiéls from
$39.99. Calí Hollywood Pets,
6711 Taft St, 954-894-9577
PUPPIES for Yuppies! Large ;
selection, low prices, free Vet
visit, health guarantee. Call
Hollywood Pets, 67.11 Taft St, :
954-894-9577
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REAL ASTROLOGY
For an Unreal World
By Rob Brezsny
ARIES (March 21-April 19): “I call the high and
light aspects of my being spirit * 1 saysTénzin
Gyatso, the fourteenth Dalai I-ama, “and the
dark and heavy aspects soul.” To hisfofmuiaT
would add my notion that the spirit
ing above and seeking whafs most ttoblh, IBS
the soul is about diving in and wrestling with
exactly what is. Neither realm is better'ót more
important, though most people have a bias one ,
way oí the other. You Apps folk generafrflavoij
ififespirit, especially in recent weeks, but I'd like
to encourage you to shift your focus to the soul
for a while.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20): "When I was young,”
S poifet James Tate wrote in the American Poetry
Review, “I had the idea that if I was going to
make a go of it as a poet I hád’better get out
there in the world and have some big adven-
tures so that I would have something to write
about. And I did go out there and seek big
adventures and found them aplenty. Sad to
report that not one of them ever found its way
into a poem.. And so, today, a certain bird is
more likely to find its way intojt poem of mine
than a train wreck I witnessed? Keep this
thought in mind in the coming dáys, Taurus, as
life slips you a flurry of small, almost inconspie-
uous miracles that are capable of thrilling your
most lyrical instincts.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20): I can predict with 9%“'!
percent certainty that in the coming week you.
will not suffer front multiple personality disor-,‘■‘i
der, Satanic ritual abuse, or alien abduction. I
also believe firstly that you will not get mixed
up in a plot to assassinate a foreign head of- '
state, nor will you go-into debt with organized ' â„¢
crime of find yourself possessed by the, urge to J
spraypaint graffiti on church walls. So far, so
good, right? There is á chance, however, that
you will feel driven to rise at 5 a.m. and hike five
mijbbuph5U,ti*ea do two hours of power.yoga,
weight training, and swimming, followed by a
ten-hour kick-ass work day during which you
accomplish amazing feats even though you have
nothing more to eat than a piece of cold pizza.
CANCER (June 21-July 22): According to my Staffs
most recent inventory of my fen mail, I have
received 732 marriage proposals in the last
week'álone. This far exceeds all previous
records, and I can’t help but think it’s due to the
delightfully inflationary astrological aspects that
are beginning to bless all of us members of the
Crab tribe. In thecoming weeks, I fully expect
that you too will see a spike in offers and invita- *
tions. Zillions of curious seekers will want to :ii
pick your brain, bathe in your feelings, and get
in your pants¡ Keep in mind, though, that only a
minority of therfi will smell really good to you.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): I swear I’m going to crack
someday. Across the street there are two little
white terriers that yap all night The rednecks
next to them soupedup Jtheir Harleys to ensure
that the neighborhood regularly explodes like a
war zone. The middle-aged blues-band drum-
mer next door practices cpnsfobtly in his
garage, and there's even a damn rdostef two
houses down that has a knack for rousing me
from tielightfoldreams Tdoatwantto end. it
occurs to me that maybe I should not keep pre-
tending to tolerate these affronts until that des- â– 
pérate ciay wheg/fciíS^SY^ 0 berserk. I
should |&i«Mli.itilvpul into action a measured
plan to approach all my tormentors with a polite 1
request?delivered in reasonable tones. Thisjs >
good advice for you Leos, by theWay. You can’t
afford to let the accumulating pressure reach
critical mass.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept 22): I prophesied the fell of,
Communism, j predicted me repeat Superbowl j
victories of the Denver Broncos and the break-up
of Brad Pitt and Gwyneth Paltrow. I foresaw
menstruation for men, CIA sex slaves, the
appearance of a psychic ham sandwich in com-
mercials for orange juice, and mystics who
claimed to channel the wisdom of rocks, not to I
mention the 900-number option for the 911 enter-
gency line. Do not, therefore, take it lightly when
I predict that you will soon master the Zen of
temper tantrums and deliver a bolt of the most
constructive anger you have ever perfected!
LIBRA (Sept 23-Oct 22): You may well have occa-
sion to celebrate with caviar and champagne in
the next few weeks. That’s because I foresee
the successfol culmination of work you’ve been
nursing along for some time. If you’re planning
on bubbly, I recommend the smooth, round-tex-
tured, mellow taste of Domaine Rossignol-
TrapeL When shopping for caviar, go for the
gray gold: the sturgeon roe of the Caspian Sea.
An even better suggestion, though, would be to
take the $1000 you’d spend on caviar and cham-
pagne and earmark it as seed money for your
next big labor of love.
SCORPIG-(Qct 23-Nov. 21): It’ll be an excellent
week to make an altar with Pez candy dis-
pensers nextto Tibetan prayer flags, or to fesh-
ion holy talismans out of mud while playing in'
the sandbox, or to visualize your iñner child
being carried on the shoulders by a wildly-danc-
ing Buddha. In other words, Scorpio, it’s high
time to have a whole lot more fun with your
; spirituality; it’s a perfect moment to summon
deep reserves of uniihihited innocence as you
seek more humorou|IBa|act with God.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-DM. 21): Are fpu drinking
enough water? Are you |foeping yourself in
enough baths and swífothli¿|pgols ánd lakes?
Are you making damn sme you open yourself
wide to all the emotional'rkhelMtoéed? I’m
telling you, Sagittarius, least
twice as wet as usual. It’s crucial tl®n^ití|er%
your body nor your spirit become dehydrated in
the nest few weeks. Drinking ten glasses
water every 24 hours is not too much. Nor is
swimming through the underwater mazes of
intimacy at least once a day, or soaking up the
music and painting and writing of passionate
artists, or regularly running through the sprin-
kler with the most unselfconscious people you
know..
CAPRICORN (Dec. 224N, 19): In affect of random
violeifol|u^ywi%ht pimel Beckett was once
stabbed hy a pimp on?a Paris street A stranger,
the pianist§uzanne Dhschevaux-D u mesnil,
found him and made sure he got medical help.
She visited him in the hospital, and the two
decided to live together; Eventually they mar-
ried. And what’s that gofeto do with you? 1 hap-
pen to believe that sometime in the next couple
weeks, many of you Caprifeoms will experience
a lucky romantie accident that will be farless
painful than Beckett’s but just as serendipitous.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 2Weto. 18): Here's a very timely
joke for you, Aquarius. Whafsworse than biting
into an apple and discovering a worm inside?
The answer, of course, is biting into an apple
and discovering half a worm. And how does fids
relate to your life? Well, I’m predicting that in
the coming week you’ll have an experience very
much lite a serpent offering you hpieee of fruit
from the tree of the knowledge of gbod and evil.
If you go ahead and take a bite as soon asyoiffe
offered, you’ll encounter a whole worm, If you
wait till next week or later to partake, youÜ find
a half.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): I remember all-too-
well the review I got in the Santa Cruz Sentinel
after my band Youth in Asia played tea ml
! The writer concluded that with the tMé¡ppmPÍ¡
played, I should seriously consider acareeYi|g||
mobile home management Fortunately, LdiÉÉ¡|
listen to him and continued plying my trade in
the music business. Twelve years later my band j
World Entertainment War signed a manage-
ment deal with Bill Graham Management and ” 5 :
got a contract with a major record company Let
that be an inspiration to you, Pisces, when your
exploratory initiatives in the next few weeks are
criticized or dismissed. On the other hand? :
don’t let my story give you an inflated sense of
progress. Recall that it took more than a decade
for me to prove the Sentinel writer wrong.
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Women
Seeking Men
BEYOND EXCEPTIONAL
35, intelligent, sassy sports
lover, athletic, petite, 5'5', red-
head seeks a SWPM. 30-55, to
put that spark back into her
life. Call if you dare. •
NTR #8486 07/14
KNOCKOUT BLONDE
Attractive, DWF, 5'5', blonde,
curvy, loves theater, dancing,
art and shows ISO DWM for
friendship, possibly more. 45- •
65, sincere, romantic, who
loves life.
NTR #8351 07/07
WOW!
That's what you will say when
you see this fabulous blonde/
blue eyes, 40's, financially se-
cure SWF with a great job-crazy
hours! Let's get together for a
night at the movies, walk on
the beach or just a candle lit
dinner!
NTR #8431 07/14
SMALL PACKAGES
With great wrapping. SWF, 47,
petite, very sweet, sexy, sassy.
Loves to laugh, share I¡fes
pleasure. Ready for adventure,
dining, traveling, boating, mu-
sic, art, entertaining, or night
at home. Fun/friendship first
and possible LTR.
NTR #8576 07/21
JANE SEEKS TARZAN
SWF, very attractive; 5'5", 120,
long copper red hair, brown
eyes, romantic, affectionate
and spiritual, enjoys thea arts,
movies, theater, outdoors, £
walks on the beach, goal
oriented ISO PSWM, tall, affec-
tionate, for fun, frolicking, and
fidelity. 35+.
NTR #8220 06/30
LOOKING FOR MR. RIGHT
Me: SWF, 25, brown hair,-blue
eyes, 5'5\ medium built who is
honest, sincere and profes-
sional. Enjjoy music, dancing
and going to movies.-You:
SWM, 25-32, dark hair, over.
5'8', professional and indé-
pendent, must be honest. ISO
LTR.
NTR #8696 07/15
TOTAL PACKAGE!
Exciting, very attractive, loving
SJF seeks n/s, SPM, 50-62, hon-
est, caring, spontaneous who
enjoy arts, music, sports, trav-
el. Make it happen!
NTR #8320 07/07
WHAT MAY LIE AHEAD?
Call to find out! 38, would like
to meet attractive male with a
full head of hair, humorous, ‘
loves boating, dining out,
beaches, biking, roller blading,
financially secure. Enjoy lauglv
ing, good times and the finer
things!
NTR #8321 07/07
THIS IS REALLY IT!
Once in a lifetime opportunity. .â– 
Gorgeous, vibrant, elegant and
sharp- also very feminine with
piercing blue eyes, mid 30's. I
have been extraordinarily sue-
cessful. You must be too. ISO
SM, 40's-50's. Traditionally, I
want to put my man first Best
friends, marriage and family.
NTR #8187 06/30
LIMITED EDITION!
SWF. new to Ft. Lauderdale
from Colorado. 5'3', blonde,
45, pretty and shapely. I'd like
to meet a fit, professional man.
who is over 45, non-smoker
and has'time for travel, friend-
ship and a romance. I am
unique and worth a call.
NTR #8198 06/30
ONLY THE FINEST
Beautiful, tanned and toned
professional woman is looking
-to perfect the picture. An ex-
citing career, two beautiful
children, world traveled, great
friends, scuba lover, theater
lover, a full wine cellar, accom-
plished chef...only one thing is
missing. Is it you? What would
entice me would be a tall,
handsome, sophisticated pro-
fessional man, 36-44, who has
his own ideas! Entice'me.
NTR #8381 07/07
SOUL FOOD
Cristian lady ISO my Cristian
companion for fun, the beach.
and more. Anyone interested,
please call. Lauderhill Florida.
NTR #8492 07/14
CULTURAL LOVER!
Fiin loving, humorous, infelli-
gént, honest, caring, attractive,
tall; SBF, enjoys theater, mo-
vies, jazz the arts and good
company ISO SWM, 55-65, N/S,
socail drinker, emotionally and
financially secure with Values. |
and sense of humor. Must love -
to laugh.
NTR #8387 07/07
ON THE PROWL!
DWF, 5 'T, 110, blonde/blue,
Scandinanian looks, 42 and bet-
ter not look it! Seeks S/DWM,
mid 30's-40's, slim, hair on
head for adorable boyish look
who is easy-going, calm-type
and very respectful.
NTR #8353 07/07 '
WHERE R YOU?
DJPF, 5'2', brown/blue eyes,
outgoing, independent, family
oriented. Enjoys dancing, mo-.
vies, theater shows seeks her
counterpart a SJPM, who loves
children.
NTR #8352 07/07
DANCE WITH ME
Energetic SWF, 30's, 5'5\ 120.
blonde/bazel ISO swing.partner
with patience. I am stilt taking
lessons at Fred Estaires Dance
studio. Help me become Gin-
ger.
NTR #8436 07/14
TO KNOW ME IS TO LOVE ME
Attractive SWPF, n/s. outgoing,
affectionate, romantic, and
bestfriend/physically fit, fun,
and great conversationalist,
seeks attractive and sincere,
SWPM, 53+, who loves boating,
dining, tennis, concerts, ro-
mantic weekends, and doing it
all for LTR.
NTR #8513 07/14
WUZ FUZ
Former'private eye'-retired.
SWF, blonde, trim, n/s ISO
SWM, 60+. partner. Intelligent, •
upbeat personality, emotion-
ally, financially stable. If we
connect-we'll have great times
together. Let's talk. Ft Lau- .
derdale area.
NTR #8700 07/15
STOP! IN THE NAME OF LOVE!
40's, DWF, n/s, full-figured. En-
joys romance, holding hands, :â– 
cooking, old cars, music and
Nascar. Casual dating or
LTR...PIease call.
NTR #8141 06/30
RETIRED PARTY-ER
5'3,110; curly long hair, pro-
fessional, want to meet güy
with nice teeth, no jewelry, 35-
45, no over weights apply,
please!
NTR #8219 06/30
I'VE GOT THE CRUISE
if you have the boat! Young at
heart, 30 something looking
for 'all american', well round-
ed guy, with a good sense of
humor, non smoker please!
NTR #8487 07/14
RECRUIT ME
SWF ISO SWM. I have great taste
and ISO someone to travel to
the islands and laugh. Must like
to experiment and live on the
edge or cuddleon the couch
and watch a movie.
NTR #8512 07/14 -
IS01 REAL MAN
ISO tall, masculine, affection-
ate, 34-45, fit. Must be emo-
tionally secure-no games. N/D,
into work, family and fun
times. Me: DWPF, 39, single
mom, petite and have it all to-
gethen.lf you have these qual-
¡ties, call.
NTR #8222 06/30
CAUFORNIA LADY
SWJF, 5'5'. 115, blonde, sexy
and smart ISO dynamic, hand-
some man with a warm heart
and a passion for love and life.
Lové the arts, children, travel-
ing, laughing and loving, my
heart awaits yours. Let's relish
every moment together.
NTR #8192 06/30
ATTRACTIVE FUN LOVING
Long haired, brunette (5'6',
size 6) ISO romantic, affection-
ate, n/s. health conscious, en-
terprising thirty something
SDWM into rock music, con-,
certs, dancing, movies, out-'
doors, conversation, travel/
seeing Florida and beyond!
Must love kids and appreciate
life to the fullest!
NTR #8587 07/21
ISO OF OUALITY
Tall, dassy, brunette SWPF ISO
tall, sexy, college educated
SWPM. 40-50, who énjoys life,
educated conversation and so-
dalization. Me.- n/s, college ed- •
ucated, love sports, movies,
biking; music, animals and peo-
pie.
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A FULL DECK
If you are someone, 48-58,
love the beach, a full moon
and a little champagne, please
respond. Not looking for a LTR,
just friendship, no marries
men please!
NTR #8182 06/30
YOUNG AND FLIRTATION
lively professional JSO.partner
in crime for fun. movies, con-
'versation, etc. I am attractive,
interesting and looking for like
minded person with diverse
eccentrics and great character.
NTR #8692 07/15
WAKE AND SMILE!
Pretty, petite, sensual, SWPF,.. ,
46,5'2T, long blonde hair, loves
life, laughter, outdoors. Sun-
day drives, traveling,and learn-
ing aboutYou.JSO tall, good
looking, intelligent, successful,
fun, strong, kind, adventurous,
SWPM, 40-50.
NTR #8319 07/07
CLASSY LADY
Petite, attractive, tan, blonde,
blue eyed, DJPF, sensitive, car-
ing. romantic, spontaneous,
very good listener. Interests:
spectator sports, boating,
beach, arts, theater, fine din-
ing, boozing, movies, travel.
ISO special man, 50+, to share
fun, interest and a love for my
lifestyle.
NTR #8368 07/07
REDS HAVE MORE FUN!
SWPF, attractive, 5'6\ curvy,
fashionable, honest, warm, red
curly hair, hazel eyes, n/s, ex-
pressive, charismatic, cheerful,
positive, loves dancing, movies,
the arts, dining ISO SWM, tall,
attractive, charismatic, warm,
thoughtful; generous, caring
with hwact together.
NTR #8496 07/14
CUTE BIG EYED ITALIAN
DWF, liT Chicago, baby boom-
er, bubbly, with Betty Boopish
legs, energetic, enthusiastic,
and exciting, seeks, DWM. 46-
50, handsome, warm hearted,
generous, professional, no'
nonsense rough tuff gentle-
man who likes hugs and kisses
for LTR. If your all that. .Wow!
NTR #8384 07/07
HIGH SPRITS!
Divorced'Grandma', loves the
outdoors, fine dining, dancing,
music ISO loving, adventurous,
outdoorsman.
NTR #8608 07/21
KNOCK YOUR SOCKS OFF
Vibrant, vivacious Queen-sized
Beauty Js. ready for you now!
Unencumbered SWPF, 40.
5'11', 185,*aubum/brown with
shapely shapeliness wants to
Live Love and Laugh! Nature
girl (Haulover), dancer, medí--
tator, kisser, massager, gour-
met, vegetarian, animal lov-
er...animal Period! N/S. social
drinker, drug/disease free.
Where's my dichotomous
mate? Lets go. my big, tall, in-
telligent manly man! To the
Keys! To the Boat (yours)! Let
me hear you growl!
NTR #8073 06/30
ENGLISH ROSE
ISO. my 'Successful Business-
man', who likes to travel,
walks, animals, ri/s, 55-60.
If interested, please call. ,
NTR #8493 07/14
GORGEOUS BLONDE
Sensous, fun loving, SWF, 35,
57', 125, blonde, hazel, shape-
ly. -who enjoys working out,
dancing, great conversation,
travel ISO financially secure
gentle, 35-55, for dating pos-
sible LTR.
NTR #8495 07/14
GETTING TO KNOW YOU
Attractive, youthful. 54, Euro-
pean who loves meditation,
dance, travels and working out
seeks sophisticated, adventur-
ous, financially secure man
with great sense of humor,
interested in the same.
NTR #8703 07/15
BEWITCHING
SDWF, 36, no baggage, outgo-
ing, tall, voluptuous brunette
ISO tall, artistic, fun person with
a career for friendship.
NTR #8712 07/15
RECOVERING MIME
Talking one day at a.time. Poi-
son Ivy educated- itching for a
great companion. Comely, ce-
rebral, calm, DWPF, 52, youth-
ful, slim, shapely. Big Apple
transplant loves Emerson, Brit-
ish films and maybe yoii.
NTR #8446 07/14
READY SET GO!
Come play with me! SF, 5'2',.
independent ISO SWPM, 50+,
who has class and style. We can
play in the sand or just sit back
and listen to some good music
and drink good wine.
NTR #8179 06/30
BEACH PARTNER
WF ISO friend to hang at the
beach with, sushi dinners, fish-
ing. shopping, great f rienship'.
Me: tail, tan, lean, athletic build.
6', size 5, long dark hair, tat-
toos, smokér ISO same type f e-
male, light social drinker. Let's
bum around the beach with
great conversation.
NTR #7986 06/30
BEEN AROUND THE BLOCK
a few times? SWF, needs un-
encumbered 45+, SWM, who's
been aroüpd the block a timé
or two. Tall, in shape and ready
for everything.
NTR #8596 07/21
ONE IN A MILLION
.SWF, ash blonde hair, green
eyeS/.60,5'3\ loves the beach,
dancing, dining, movies ISO
SWM, 60's, handsome, sexy,
over 5'8*, who enjoys the
same!*
NTR #8215 06/30
UVE LOVE LAUGH
Pretty, shapely, sensous, crea-
tive, fun to be with brunette,
world traveller, loves architec-
’ture, the arts, music, swim- .
ming, walks, dining, wines, and
more! ISO caring, similar, inter-
est professional, 48+, who en-
joys sharing good conversa-
tion/fun times with classy gal!
NTR #8318 07/07
SOPHISTICATED BRUNETTE!
Attractive, slim, energetic, ca-
pable, professional SWF, emo-
tionally and financially secure,
looking for same in SWPM, 40-
60, who likes music, adventure,
travel, fun days on the ocean
and sophisticated evenings.
NTR #8607 07/21
MARS, VENUS, PLUTO
I'm from Pluto. Smart, sue-
cessful, and turn heads with-
out much work. I'm witty, de-
manding. I like Aventura look
without the attitude. Guys:Be
40ish, tall, not bald, with some-
thing interesting to say. Dance,
. laugh, whispér.
NTR #8613 07/21
SWEET AND SASSY
SWF, brown curly, hair, crystal
blue eyes, long legs, feminine,,
medium build, shy, down to
earth, affectionate ISO SM. 20-
25, mature, sincere, caring,
prompt and attentive. Singles,
no bigots, no players.
NTR #8178 06/29
DOWNTOWN HOLLYWOOD
SWF,, 35 ISO somedne to talk
about the world we live in and
life in general over a beer in
Hollywood. Average looks, but
above average spirit.
NTR #8569 07/21
COMPLETEME!
I've got plenty of friends, but
I'm looking for that one who
makes me complete. Are you?
I'm SHWF, 26, new to dty. you
aré sincere, passionate, SH or
WM, 25'-35,5'10*. let's talk and
then...
NTR #8355 07/07
DANGEROUSLY FUN
Uncommonly creative, enter-
taioingly humorous, positively
dassy, definitely intelligent, at-
tractively wrapped, slim fit,
blonde/blue. 5'6',120, seeking
sensuously tactile, sweetly ro-
mantic, proportionately tall,
comfortably unpretentious, n/
s,,45-55, unbridled spirit, to
match wits, wants, wanton-
mess.
NTR #8224 06/30
ISO OF OUALITY
Tall, dassy, brunette SWPF ISO
tall, sexy, college educated
SWPM, 40-50, who enjoys life, .
educated conversation and so-
dalization. Me: n/s, college ed-
ucated, love sports, movies,
biking, music, animals and peo-
pie.
NTR #8586 07/21
CURVACEOUS FEMALE!
SBLF, 28.5'8', 165, curvaceous,
seeks attractive, gentleman
professional, with no previous
attachments, tall, in good
physical shape for LTR. I enjoy
. dandng, dining, movies, and
the fine things in life. You
must be 20-early 30's.
NTR #8142 06/30
TEA ANYONE?
SWF, 5'2', 115, fit, and sensual
ISO SWM. 25-35, fit and sassy
for LTR! Great times ahead!
NTR #8497 07/14
MOON MIAMI
SWPF, 32.5'6', 145, exercise
regularly, curty blonde/gréen,
sweet, affectionate, loves to
laugh, seeks tall, S/D/M, regular
guy, 32+, teddybearesque for
movies, dining, cuddling, ex-
ploring each others intérests. I
live and work on SOBE.
NTR #8218 06/30
DON’T MISS OUT
Cuddly, attractive, brunette.
SJF. professional, with terrific
sense of humor, would love to
meet, SJM, 40's-5Q'S; who en-
joys life. If you're interested in
movies, theater, concerts, trav-
el, walks on the beach and
great hugs, I look forward to.
hearing.from you. N/S. please.
NTR #8201 06/30
EXCLUSIVE INVITATION!
SWF, late 40's, cultivated, trav-
eled ISO DWM, well educated,
goods sense of humor, nice
looking that enjoys romantic
dinners and more.
NTR #8199 06/30
WINNING COMBINATION
Expressive SWJPF, shapely,
slender, athletic, 5'3', young
44, with beauty and intelli-
gence, wit, class/personality
enjoys adventure, sports, mu-
sic, togetherness, hugs, laugh-
ter. ISO nice guy with right
chemistry who is good na-
tured. successful, attractive, in
shape, fun, afFectionate 43-55,
LTR.
NTR #8484 07/14
HUMOROUS HONEY BLONDE
ISO handsome WPM, who is a
gentleman, 38-48, to make me-
smile. Interests include: travel,
intellectual and athletic activ-
* ¡ties.
NTR #8343 07/07
EXCITING, EXCITABLE!
This unusually, sexy, tall, slim
healthy, attractive, woman, 55
is ISO that certain man, 50+,
with similar thoughts, desires
and ideas, who knows how to
achieve them!
NTR #8523 07/21
SMOKER SEEKS FRIEND
SWJF. 40, smoker seeking
companion who is adventur-
ous, enjoys movies, theater,
music, travel and just likes to
have a good time ISO 35 to late
40's PSWM, that has similar
interests.
NTR #8388 07/07
JUST PERFECT
together. Mix a bright, attrac-
tive, slim, creative, classy
blonde lady with a tall, sharp,
proportionate, personable, n/
s, professional gentleman, 45-
55. Add a bit of humor, pas-
sion, chemistry, and sponta-
neity. Include some cuddling,
moonlight, candles, and wine
and watch the relationship
grow! |
NTR #8223 06/30
THE DOPE ON THE 'SCOPES
Read Rob Breszney*s Real
Astrology column every week
in New Times Classified's
Mind-Body-Spirit section. .
DESIRING PARTNERSHIP
GWF, 33,5'7'. 200 LBS. ISO
wonderful woman to share
thoughts, feelings, dreams and
passion about life, self and de-
siring a partnership.
NTR #8503 07/14
SUZY HOMEMAKER TYPE
Very pretty, health conscious,
tall, lean, SWF, 39, with long
blonde hair, Suzy Homemaker
type, enjoys cooking, walking,
bicycle riding/animals. ISO tail,
polished professional SWM, late
30's-50's, kind, considerate^
high moral values, financially
secure LTR/Ño Dixies please.
Westemers/Northemers+! .
NTR #8489 07/14
PRETTY LATIN FEMALE
Single, attractive Latin female
who enjoys movies, travel, mu-
- sic, nature, conversation, din-
ing, out ISO n/s. SWM/SHM, 35-
46, tall, attractive, dégreed,
loving, affectionate, honest.
I'm petite, slender, 36, bright,
educated, warm and passion-
ate ISO special relationship.
NTR #8455 07/14
KNOWS HER PRIORITIES!
if you are a mature, healthy
gentleman who strives to
cherish and pamper a strong,
petite, mature, assertive worn-
an. You will cater to my every
whim. N/S, social drinker.
NTR #8211 06/30
VIVACIOUS-ADVENTUROUS
5'61/2', longblonde/green,
fun, outgoing, creative, emo-
tionally and financially secure
enjoys outdoor, sports, ani-
mals, movies, variety of music,
working out and ride Harley.
You: tall, over 40, not into
games, honest, caring, attrac-
tive, positive attitude. I do get
mistaken for Suzanne Sum-
mers but I don't have her
. blonde personality.
NTR #8227 06/30
PIECE OF CLASS
SWF, pretty, blonde, proud to
be 51, sense of humor and
personality. ISO SWH, 43-53,
good looking, music lover,
gentleman, serous minded.
NTR #8151 06/30
UVE WHILE ALIVE!
Soho, chic, eclectic, high ener-
gy. fun. fit, sassy, professional,
35. SWJF seeks tall, manly, fit,
honest, funky guy. 30-39 for
bookstores, cafes, blues dubs,
fitness, foreign films, sponta-
neous travel, thrift shopping,
hand holding and ro-
manee..let's experiment with
life.
NTR #8366 07/07
MAKE THE CONNECTION
Pretty, slim, outgoing, with
beautiful smile, passionate
spirit, warm heart, ISO JM. 48-
62. n/s, terrific dens of humor,
enjoys friends, family, and fun.
Share similar interest in music,
sports, dnema, art. Good con-
vereationalist.
NTR #7991 06/30
LATIN DELIGHT!
ISO nice guy, in his 38-43, who
is kind, happy, loves action, the
beach, cooking, the outdoors
and the movies. If this sounds
interesting to you, then please
call.'
NTR #8588 07/21
INVITATION...
to meet fascinating senior,
who is outgoing, communlca-
tive, unencumbered seeking a
loving relationship with SJM,
honest, affectionate, good
hearted, 70-80, capable of
traveling, walking, not afraid of
new ventures. RSVP South Bro-
ward- North Dade.
NTR #8507 07/07
LIFE'S LITTLE
Treasures are being at sea.
Life's biggest treasure.- sharing
those little treasures with your
soulmate. DWF, 15 yre sailing/
cooking experience. 53, petite,
105 lbs., adventurous spirit,
uninhibited mermaid, roman-
tic, sensual. Love laughing,
dandng; smoker, sodal drinker.
Are you my soulmate? •
NTR #8702 07/15
AUSTRIAN BEAUTY
Very attractive, intelligent, sexy
legs, SWF ISO SPM for dating
and friendship. Likes to go to
the beach, work out. and see
movies.
NTR #8507 07/14
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Women
Seeking Men
continued
NOTAJAP
Cute, adorable, sexy, flats back-
wards, holy jeans, overalls to %
dressing in the finest clothes.
Enjoys antiqüé galleries; mo-
vies, hanging with good-down
to earth people ana friends:
Me: artist/teather ISO SJPM,‘
30-45, witn similar inter-
éstsrbike rides/rolíérblading. N.-
Dade.
NTR #8504 07/14
SUMMER FUNG
Sassy, witty, petite, pretty
woman seeks open minded, .
liberal gentlerhan, 40's, to 60's
forfun and adventures.
NTR #8509 07/14
WHEREARE YOU?
Extraordinary women ISO eru-
díte, sensitive, successful male,
-70'sfor life companion.
NTR #8189 06/24
DARUNG..HELLO!
IS0 55-60 professional man,
caring, well mannered, and »
soft spoken, thoughtful, kind
and cheerful, keen sense of
humor, to this petite, 50's,
114. SJF, caring, cultured, pfet-
ty lady. Nothing to loose with
that one call, but happinessto:
gain this time around! ,
NTR #8315 07/07
I LIKE PEOPLE
Brunette, Move people! Prétty,
fun-loving, romantic, intelli-
gent ISO handsome man, 40-
60, similar qualities.áñd diver-.
sif led interests.
NTR #8500 07/14
I GOT THE LOOK!
SBF, 28. classy, sexy, sports lov-
er, petite, 5'6', 135, curves in
all the right places! ISO a dassy,
financially Secure, sexy, 6'+, SB/
WPM, who loves to treat a lady
out to a great night on the
town!!
NTR #8393 - 07/14
MY DREAM LOVER
SBF, attractive, sincere, sensual
and pleasant, full figured, 5'7*,
150 ISO real man, honest, sent-
sitive, fun loving, loves to cud-
dle/long beach strolls, bé fit
nandally secured. 28-35, maxi-
mum height 6’, in good shape,
romantic at heart, friendship
first, n/s. Serious replies Only,
race unimportant.
NTR #8428 ¿ 07/14
BRIGHT AND BOUNTIFUL!
Fun loving; free-spirited, ru-
benesque, adventurous with a ,
solid spiritual andfinancial basé
seeks organized, honest, re-
sponsible, n/s-mind in a 40-60
•year Old package, no beaches
or videos. Broward only.
NTR #8669 , 07/15
CUBAN LADY
38, dlvoreed,brn/brn', 5'6", full
figured. Loves walks on beach,
musie^rnóviés, dancing, trav-
eling to the islands. Looking to
meet serious relationship
oriented gentleman, any age.
NTR #8577 07/21
BLONDE BUNNY
SWF, 26; 5'3', 170, classy, cute,
tan, extremely outgoing, arid
olGffashidheGlvalues'.n/s, seek-
ing her soulmate fór LTR. 26-
40,' handsome; sincére? and ap-
predative to country music;
and nature. '
NTR #8357 07/07
LADY Dl IS BACK!
arid ISO Prince Charming. SHPF,
attractive, fit petite; spiritual,
brunette JSOSW/H PM. 40's, fit
and trim,n/'s> n/d, financially/
emotipriallysecure, humorous,
tall, dark andsécüre.hand- 1
somEgood.cOnvérsationalist
and my soulmate. Palm Beach!
NTR #8462 , „ 07/14
STIMULATE ME!
if yoiLénjoyjlaughing, com-
municating; mental,stimúla-
tion, Have an active life; apple- â– 
date the value of a good
friend, and believe your future ;
includes a loving relationship.
This sincere, attractive,-SJF, ,
young 58 isblóndé, 5M \ into
health, epmputers.-IOts more.
NTR #8075 06/30
HONEST COMPANION
Widowed white south African
lady, 61, 57' /honest, (pYing, •
Cristian; energetic, naturé and':
farm/lover.n/s„ISO,WM, com-
paniorL-ri/s.enérgeticand
honest. •
NTR #8375 07/07
DANGER..CURVES AHEAD!
very shapely lady woüld like to ;
meet bright, dutdoofsy guy,
over 55.1 like lawyersr.but call
even if you aré not one! You
must love travel, exercise and
personal growth from; within.
NTR #8511 07/14
OLD FASHION WOMAN
ISO did fashion man. Me: 37,
blonde, brown eyes, 5-3*, 108,
no baggage ISO financially se- •
cure man for LTR. North Bro- :
ward- Palm Beach preferred. |
NTR #8350 , - 07/07
NATURAL AND ORGANIC
Down to earth, JRf (SO mar- •
riagemirided soulmate; must
havegood sense of humor,; be
intelligent, honest spiritual $;â– :
with a positive attitüdé; w^h/ ; :
d, 123, 38-50.
NTR #8579 . 07/21
SERIOUS MINDED ONLY!
SWJF, 39, attractive ISO SWJM,
40, never married, good per-
son, likes the arts, non-smoker
and straight like an arrow, kind,
considérate; must haveall his
hair and teeth, business owner
a plus!
NTR #8699 07/15
HI GUYS
Attractive, tall, late 60's, per-
sonable, easy, to know, affec- :
donate and secure. Give me a
call if you something like me
and let's talk.
NTR #8200 06/30
BEHOLD BEAUTY!
Latin beauty. 5'8', 120.29,
SWF, blonde/brown, athletic
body, very, very pretty, riice 1 $
tan. Business own, with much
bfáin. I like rollerblading, beach
cookipg. travel. ISO SWPM.28-
35, mm, very athletic, serious,
no lying, n/s/d. Just for LTR.
NTR #8583 07/21
EXTREMELY SEXY BLONDE!
SWPF. SEXY, blonde; classy, fun;
loving, extremely attractive,
tall, tnin, energetic, easy going,
n/s. secure; educated roman-
tic. ISO independent, secure,
tall/ intelligent. '55-65, SWPM,
¿who has sense of humor, likes
to travel, have fun, and enjoys
ltfe!' ; â– >.
NTR #8713 07/15
BEAUTIFUL CHRISTIAN
5'6', WF, italianrAmerican,'
Christian who enjoys movies,
sports, dancing and animals
and just plain fun. With good
personality, brown curly hair,
450, n/s and n/d.
NTR #8386 07/07
SEXY AND SLENDER!
SWJF, brown/brown, pretty.
Séxy, slender, sweet/fun loy- ..
ing, positive attitude. Enjoys
exercising, the beach, movies,
football, basketball and travel.
ISO swimming, 45-59, profes-
sional, bright, sinceré, outgo-
ing for possible LTR.
NTR #8499 07/14
COURT AND SPARK
Alluring looks, entertainingly
intelligent fit. blonde/green,
SWJPF, designer, very cool, ad-
venturous, dptimistic. loves
the blues, sports, cooking, nrio-;
vies arid New York Times. ISO
no-nonsense, sweetly roman-
tie;successful kind, tallish, at-
tractive SJPM, 40 : 48 for eternal
flame.
NTR #8359 07/07
BEST KEPT SECRET
in WPB. SWF, blonde hair, blue-
green eyes. 5'8', 129, fit sin-
cere, affectionate, pretty, ath-
létic, ambitious, 34. Loves out-
doors, skiing; music, fine din-
ing ISO handsome SWM, caring,
-sharing, fit, polished, educat-
éd, loves to laugh, loves out-
doors and travel. No kids, no
smoking:
NTR #8488 - . 07/14
CULTURED BEAUTY!
SWF, early 40's;talented;
green-eyed, attractive, viva-
ciOus, curly blonde, open, in-
spired, creative ISO SWM, 35-
45, who cares about life, at-
tractive, bright, kind,, creative,
generous, responsible, ctilti-
vated, educated, tall, exprés- ;
sive, who love the arts, danc^
ing. movies, hanging but. deep
conversation and travel.
NTR #8573 07/21
BEYOND EXCITING!
Exciting, petite, dynamic pro-
fessional, 53, blonde, brown,
ISO executive professional for.-
exciting.evenings for sports,
wild night out, possibleiTR: -
Don't be bored!
NTR #8447 07/14
FANTASTIC BLONDE
late 40's, ISOSoulmatefora .
one on one realtionship. ISO. / •
young 50's guY loves life, mo-
vies, riiusic, walks in the moon?
light and wants someone to
share good times, dinner, trav-
el with and to love. Gall me. ;
NTR #8570 ' 07/21
BEEN AROUND THE BLOCK
a few times? SWF, needs uri- '
encumbered 45+. SWM, who's :
, been around the block'a timé ->
or two. Tall, in shape and ready
for everything.
NTR #8079 06/30
STILL HOPING & SEARCHING
for that special Broward guy. m
iSOdpwri to earth, slim, fit, at-'
tractive, blonde/brown SWF,
ISO tall, fit, attractive, n/s/S/r:-"
DWM, 35-45, LTR. He'S honest; .
•kind; intélligent, youthful,
stable, knows what he wants.
She loves movies, sports, mu-
sic, outdoors, animals, biking, •
running, quiét tiriies.
NTR #8373 07/07
CHRISTIAN CUTEY!
DBFlearly 50'S, down to earth,
very honest arid fünriy, wéli
educated; caring ISO very hon-.
est ;i SDM, Christian who is
interested in a monogamous y
realtiqnship. N/S,:nbdrinking
please.
NTR #8182. 06/30
ISO ROMANCE
Vivacious;,43; 5'3" 1/2, red'hair,
athletic, ambitious,;ioves ..
sports;,tennis;swimming, ;
blading/skiing, beach, arts/the-
ater, music; events. ISO SJM; :
45-55, articulate, savvy, so; :
phisticated, warm, caring,
f riéndly, loves sports, tennis;-
swimming, basketball Daséball^
football.
NTR #8356 07/07
WOW!
5'4*, blonde/hazel, 26, down-
to-earth, honest, loves to
laugh. Enjoys dining, dancing,
beach. Dislikes bars/dubs. ISO
SWPM; strictly 30-34
(American), slim build, tall,
good personality, loves to.
laugh/have good time. BrO-
Ward/Dade only. ‘
NTR #8461 07/14
RARE EDITION!
35, Writer; picky, intelligent,
:sassy, sports lover, athletic, pe-
tite, 5'5*. red-head seeks a '
SWPM, 30-55, to put that spark
bade into her life. Can you fuel -
tfre fire and light the flame???
NTR #8346 07/07
RHYTHM & BLUE-EYES
SWPF, 39, blonde, 5'7', slim
Californian thrives ori blues
music, laughter, converation
and srianng walks with her
scooby-Doobie dog. Taurus.
No children desired. ISO SWP.
geritleman with musical soul,
and creative intellect. Open-
mind/heart and process-or-
ientation a plus.- Between 38-
45.
NTR #8525 07/21
HELP ME RELAX!
This workaholic needs-a time
out! Aventura beauty, straw- _
berry blonde, funky style, retail
executive, 46, great flgure.
Sassy at times, 5:2', 110
lb$;;Joves dubs in SOBE, wine
orí Las Olas and just relaxing
with a Guiness. You: 42-55, Pat
Riley IOoks(Class, sex-appeal
and more), affluent worka-
holic, spontaneous. Let's slow
the pace down together.
NTR #8585 07/21
SINGLE MOM
Practidng Buddhist for 30
years, vegetarian, educator to a
visionary person. I am working
on New Age schools and other
projects for the future, if you
are interested, please call for
more information. Me: 39 with
a Jewish background.
NTR #8304 > 07/07
TOUR GUIDE WANTED!
25, WF, brunette, new to area.
5'5\ 117, ISO WM, 29-45, to
show me the hot spots around
town. Must be selective, fun. ...
attractive, fit and professional.
NTR#8424 07/14
- LOVELY TO LOOK AT
Most attractive, tall, blonde/
blue eyes; flnandally secure, in-’
dependent SF, very romantic,
loves candlelight dinners, out
or at home enjoys music, from
classical to dandng. ISO n/s, -
SWPM, tall, articulate, flnancial-
Jy secure with similar interests,
NTR #8361 • JV . 07/07
SEEKING HEAVEN?
Look no more! Sexy, petite,
DWJf; attractive, slim, dassy,
5'1', brown/brown, 105, ri/s,
-.fit intelligent, affectionate, en-
ergetic, outgoing/up-
beát . More to come! ISO at-
tractive JM, 49-57, n/s, fit, ro-
mantle, honest, great conver-
sations/humor for a loving LTR
on cloud nine! -
NTR #8294 07/07
VOLUPTUOUS HOMEMAKER
Attractive, brunette ISO man,
38-45; who is attractive, fun,
adventurous. Me: SPF, college
educated, lovesbatirig, dining
tout, biking, moviés; beach
' Walks, swimming, water sports,
coricerts rock music, animals >
and children ok.. .
NTR #8322 07/07
JUSTBEING REALISTIC
Healthy; SWF 41, looks young-
er, attractive-yes.ylook like play-.
rriáte offrionth-nd. Financially-'
independent-yes,. Rich-no.
Never beenfriamed arid no
kids, but have been in LTR. N/S.
Orilyserjbus'replies,.please!'
NTR #8317 07/07
ALL OF ME
I'm ready togive my all. Look-.
ing fór a prétty» petite, Classy,
secure gal, great figure? If you
áre 50*65; enjoy candle lit din--
ners, walking, theater and trav-
el (l am travel agent), let's get -
together! Mustache and
beards a plus!
NTR #8323 07/07
Men
Seeking Women
BEACH BOY
'with long hair, healthy, in
shape,, verygood looking, 31,
beach boy, long dark blonde
hair. Love to meet other
healthy, good looking, in shape
young guyS; 18-32, to get to- ,â– 
géther, party and have fun. -
NTR #8715 07/15
ATHLETIC SHARP TAN FUN
Very attractive; rnuscülar, éd-
ucated, sexy, successful SWM,
young 42,6', 185, n/s¡ Captain
Helicopter pilot enjoys tennis, ||
the sun; animals and happy
hour.lSO pretty, fit, fun SF, ri/s, ;
for LTR:
NTR #8213 06/30
HEAVY FEMALE WANTED!
Nice; quiet, kind hearted, ,
DWJM, 52, retired on disability,"
home type, seeks a drug and
disease free,heavy orsuper
heavy. W/H or AF, 20p-900 lbs, ;
for quiet roitiaritic evenings at
home. Age and looks Lirlirn- : ;
portant.
NTR #8196 06/30
EVERYTHING BUT?
Handsome;exciting, SWM,
blonde, blué, 5'10', 155; open,
comrnunicative. integrity, mo-
rals, eclectic, been there done
that, 60, looks younger seeks
younger, good looking, in
shape, lady of meaning, for
ltr:
NTR #8480 07/14
WINE AND DINE YOU! :
Dance, travel, theater, good .
music, sports, ambling, art fes-
rivals, concerts, cruisés, cari all
be yours if you're 25-45, ma-
ture and can win the heart of.
this rétired'DJM. :
NTR #8397 07/14
AFFECTIONATE
Professional DJM, adventurous,
tail, sécuré, outgoirig, énér-
getic and artistic ISO a loving,
open and uninhibited, happy,
sjim, educated SWF. Hates TV,
football loves Chqpiri. ferry
Gross, sushi and cooking to-
gether. Aventura area.
NTR #8491 07/14
LOOK NO FURTHER!
SWM, blue/brn, 37,165, very
romantic and sensitive, down .
to earth, likes walks on the
beach, movies, dining, dancing,
and I love to dance, very fun
loving, great serise of humor,
ISO someone with the same
interests. Please calk-
NTR #8204 06/30
JOIN ME IN EUROPE
SWM. n/s, drinker, dark hair,
light eyes, fit, creativé, artistic,
optimistic. I love God, nature,
laughing, traveling. Sailing; mu-
sic, art, etc. ISO f it, young lady,
n/s. to back pack Europe and
other places and possible LTR. -
NTR #8085 06/30
FORTIES BACHELOR
SWM, ISO unencumbered lady, .
over 30, with intellect, sense Of-
hiimor and good self-image.
Voluptuous preferred, long :
hair would be a treat, if you like
books, films, good red wine,
you might be perfect.
NTR #8443 07/14
COMMITMENT MINDED
Unpretentious DJM, 60, sin-
cere, educated, adventurous,
â– funny (sometimes), seeks at-
tractive; petite, non-material-
istic, intelligent, female (47-55)
who loves travel, the beach, in-
tirriacy and laughter.
NTR #8425 07/14
OLDER MAN ISO YOUNGER
woman. Generous, attractive,
slender, DWM, seeks compan-
ionship of SF, 18-30, who
needs a helping hand in life.
Let me spoil you and we will -
cross the"generation gap to-
gether.
NTR #8420 ’ 07/14
LEFT OF CENTER
Progressive and véry success-1
ful, tall, attractive, 37, SWM, so-
dally responsible, agnostic, .
athletic, artistically inclined and
a good listéner would like to
meet intelligent SF who views
hérsélí.as creative and attrac-
tivé. Avant-gardé a plus; Relig-
iousfundamentalisma minus.
You wori't be disappointed!
NTR #8600 07/21
LOTTO WINNER
Tired of debts, working, prob-
lem? If your 25-50, mature;
and ean make me happy, sát-
isfy my needs. I will take care of
you. Older man wants LTR, ; ,
travel, sports, dandng and liv-
ing THE GOOD UFÉ with a mate.
NTR #8326 07/07
100K MAN
Very smart, very fit, successful'
above average looks, SJM, 42. -
5'11', 175 nature lover, atheist,
father of 2 girls, ISO very
bright, attractive, in-shapé PF,
N/S, 25-35 for friendship,
working out, beach, hiking, rol-
lerblading, moviés and dinner
NTR #8296 07/07
LIVE LOVE DANCE!
SM, 5'7',210,nice looking, hu-
morous gentleman seeks high |
energy, young lady, under 120 -
lbs. interested in learning out
swing/jitterbug at Manrays. Call
for details.
NTR #8324 07/07
A GENUINE KEEPER
SWM, artist, 23,5'8', 140, hon-
est, nice, romantic, laid back,
enjoys outdoors, mellow
tirftés. live music (reggae),
hanging out, traveling, possible
LTR, interested in sealing
down with the right person.
ISO simple, attractive female to
share times with.
NTR #8389 07/07
LET’S GET TOGETHER
Fun-loving, adventurous, en-
ergetic, young-looking 51 year
old PSWM, N/S, cat owner, en-
joys bowling, dancing and out-
door activities. ISO an attractive
SF sapie age or younger with-
similarjnteréstsfor romance
and fun. Can't wait to hear
from you!,.
NTR #8378 07/07
INTERESTED..
in this 45, father of three boys,
carpenter/performance poet.
Long blonde hair/hazel eyes.
6', 140 lbs. ISO lady for com-
panionship arid possibly more.
I am known to bé a great guy!
Interested? •
NTR #8437 07/14
I’M RICH!
| Oops, did I say that? Just a.
good looking guy, slim, stays
healthy and gets high on life, if
you know what I mean. You:
fit, healthy, beautiful to. me. If
you want to get ori this bus,
you know what to do.
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VERY AFFECTIONATE
DWPM-, 45; easy going, nice
guy, very passionate. ISO LTR |
with sexy, full figured, hug-
gable, lovable female, 28-48.
All calls answered!
NTR #8601 07/21
ISO WOMAN'S TOUCH!
JWM, middle aged, ISO beauti-
ful woman, 28 t 35.1 love base-
bpll politics, and good conver-
sation. Let's.meet andbave
-sorrife fun!
NTR #8333 07/07
YOUNG AND MATURE
HPM, 38 is.wating to take you
out! Let's enjoy each others
company. Real, genuine guy. If
this sounds like you, give me a.;
call-
NTR #8329 07/07
ISO FOR ADVENTURE?
SWJM, 32; hazel/brown, good
looking,. S'8-', athletic, outgo- '
ing, friendly, intelligent. ISO
SWF, 25-35, attractive, fit,
friendly, smart, sexy and ad-1
venturous for LTR.
NTR #8605 07/21
NICOLAS CAGE LOOK ALIKE
Attractive, Nicolas Case look ;
alike, tall, 34, many interest. ISO :
for an attractive female for fun;
and friendship.
NTR #8572 07/21
WAITING FOR YOU
DWM, Brazilian guy, 45,5'11',
'romantic and affectionate ISO a
special, sensual, attractive, and
intelligent WF, 30-40 for a
friendship and possible LTR.
NTR,#8398 ' 07/14
TALL/DARK/HANDSOME
with some grey, 40 something,'
DWPM, no kids at home, just a
cat Like boating, going out,'
staying home, watching mor
vies. Fun is the key word. ISO a
30-45, D/SWF, to have fun ■»■■:
with; possible ltr.
NTR #8598 07/21'
CWJM 25
Vegetarian ISO educated, pro-
fessional male, 25-35. My inter-
ests include tennis (always
looking to play), biking, beach,
travel aviation arid law and pdl-
Jtics:‘IS0 for friends and hope-
'fully a long term realtionship.
NTR #8445 07/14
PENTHOUSE!
: . ISO UR and possibly moré with
petite ladV/18-40, who enjoys ;
the good life with a mature,
athletic guy who enioys tennis, - *
-'biking; travel, intellectual/ar-
tistic activities. Ocean view of
. .Millionaire Mile. In need of a. |
womans touch.
NTR #7978 06/30
ANGEL’S HEART
; Curd's mind, artist soul, James
•Bbrid looks, substantive .
evolved, loved, communica-. :
. tive. strong, honorable,.ba|-•
anced, genius IQ, ex-model, 33,
. 6', 1.80, SWM, renaissance man, '
seeks SWF, secure, attractive,
open, fun, fit, adventurous,
. 25-35, character essential fór
; friutua! cherishing.
NTR #8464 07/14
VEGETARIAN
Good looking, healthy, tall fun-,
riy, athletic, well built, Jewish
. vegetarian and yoga teacher,
arid chiropractor, 50, loves na-
turé and natural things. ISO
béautiful, healthy, slender fe-
maíé, 30-55 to share love and
: frienshlp.
NTR#8301 07/07
SINCERE
ISO love and marriage. College
professional Successful, arid
héalthv-just one thing missing.
Love outdoors, bike, active in
community. Attractive, ro-
mantic, good character. Wants
similar interest, good charac:
ter, positive, enthusiastic ap-
proaCh to life. I am SWM, 38.
NTR #8226 06/30
SAX PLAYER
Exciting, SPM, sax player. Chivas
drinker. 34,5'6*, with my
boots on. ISO petite, beauty
(inside and out), who is looking
forthat next adventure. Stim-
ulating times (intellectually, .
spiritually and passionately)
guaranteéd.
NTR #8602 07/21
LONELY WITHOUT YOU
SWM, N/S, handsome,, doctor
5'11with personality, easy
going, sense of humor, 40's,' '
passionate, romantic, seeks at-
tractive, sexy, fit, affectionate,.,
lady, 26-41, friends, lover pos-'
sibiyiTR:-Naughty, nice, emot-
inally baggage free, intelligent;-
dynamic, riprmal, healthy, hap-
py independent, perfume and
lace..'—
NTR #8297 07/07
HANDSOME
SWM,.40, educated, clean, 185
lbs,, mustache, hairy chest. Liv-
ing in Boynton area. Lots of
fun and laughs. (SO SF, 20-50: If
your It, please call.
NTR #8370 07/07
BEAR SEEKS BEAR
Kind, honest, employed musi-
cian. Hairy, goatee, hairy, look
30, am 45,6', 230. MonOga-
mous relationship minded, .
You n/s, not cynical, 25-50,
red/blonde?, blue. We com-
municative, sci-fi, aesthetic,
movies, books, average build,
available emotionally and prac-
tical, non- materialistic, gentle,
non stereotypical, intelligent^
NTR #8453 07/08
EUROPEAN GENTLEMAN
34, DWJM, emotinoally, finan-
daily secure, adventurous;
honest, athletic, good sense of
humor, passionate; Likes.driv-
irig nice ears-Ferrari, Rolls,
loves to treat.a lady like Prin- .
céss with a nicé romantic eve-
njrig.
NTR #8225 06/30
NO MISS PRIM PROPERS
New to are, SWPM, 160 lbs:,
5'8', 35, looks and thinks 25,
average face, exceptional
frame from exercise, diet arid :
healthy lifestyle ISO attractive, -
slim/athletic female, under 30,
■for Glosé friendship first, then
just about anything if , we really-,
click.' • _
NTR #8610 07/21
ISO ETERNAL FLAME
Not afraid to be vulnerable for
LTR. DJPM, 46, brown hair/ "
éyes; enjoys reading, staying .
: fit, sports/arts, music ISO
DJPM, 30-43, ivs.who loves to
â– laugh.
NTR #8670 07/15
CREATIVE SBM
SBLM, 23^ ISO a creative, easy-
going; intelligent female for,
LTR. I'm 6'4'r casual dresser, -
laid back and a conversational-
ist with charm and humor. |
NTR #8394 07/14
YOUNGER SEEKS OLDER
SWPM, 6' 10'. bfonde/greeri, .;
28, enjoys travel, dining odt; .
and music seeks older BF of LF,
. 30-40, who likes r&b, blúes and
jazz music.
NTR #8571 07/21
AUSTIN POWERS WITH
good looks: SJM, 35, profes-
sióriál ISO SJF, 25-38, for ah'
outrageous good time. Must
be athletic and in good shape.
Must enjoy going to movies, V
concerts, athletic'events, din-
ing out and traveling. If this
sounds like you, please re-
-spondtothead.
NTR #8510 07/14
ISO EXOTIC PRINCESS
SWPM, 45, attractive, healthy,
romantic; earing, financially
and mentally secüré; lots of
fun’ ISO S/H/BF, romantic, affec
donate, exotic for f undays, ro-
mantic nights and LTR:
NTR #8440 07/14
SUMMER ROMANCEI
SWPM, 6'5', self-employed, ro-
mántic, funny and unafraid. ISO
SAF, 22-33, honest, cheerful,
good heártéd. ISOcpmpanion,
to share world with meu pds- " •
stole LTR. If your looking forre-
spect;-caring;end Recency. l'fn>
your man.
NTR #8470 ... 07/14
CULTURAL DIVERSITY
Tall, intellectual, athletic, at-
tractive; 30, SBPM,into fitness,'
beach, live music(alternative,
rock, reggae) ISOcodl.ettrac-
tive, independent, intélligent,
W/A/H female for friendship,
possible realtionship. Long hair
a plus '
NTR #7985 06/30
I'M WAITING FOR YOU
SJPM, 48, ISO in shape, sexy, in?.;
telligent, JF 35-46, for un- >
ending love. Must be a great
kisser and non smoker. Tets
make the millennium some-
thing to remember, i
NTR #8371 07/07
SPIRITUAL TRAVELER
ISO spiritual partner. 57, ex-
ceptionally fit/good looking, fi-
nancially secure, 6', dark and
handsome, athletic, spiritually
oriented, n/s; n/d, no drugs, .
Ori a spiritual journey. ISO SF
ISO very attractive, athletic, ae-
tive. 5'5'+ SPF, 55-46. Excep-
tional inquiries onlyf
NTR #8482 07/14
HERPES
SWM, 37, lopksmuch younger,
into working out, the beach, :
' togetherness looking for at-
tractive SWF, 21-35, trim with
no children to enjoy quiet
evenings together.
NTR #8522 ^07/21
KISSING MARATHON
I am seeking a SF 30-55 who
enjoys passion, relaxing, in the' -
sun or at home. Let' have a
kissing marathon!
NTR #8210 06/30
OLD FASHIONED GUY
SWM, ex New Yorker, down to
earth, likes do op music and
old cars ISO for girl with similar
interests-50's.
NTR #8331 â–  07/07
EUROPEAN MALE
52, fit, healthy, tall, slim, inde-
pendent, caring, honest, kind,
enjoys nature, music, reading,
-movies, cooking healthy food
and sharing experiences in self
awareness. ISO n/s, attractive,
compassionate, positive, spin-
tual, not to conventional fe-
male.
NTR #8390 07/07
LOVE CARIBBEAN
European, down to earth. 5'7',
romantic, handsome, finan-
dally secure, dean cut, seeking,
slender/medium, honest Car-'
ibbean S/DF or mom with one
child at homeunder 40 who
likes kissing and more. N. Dade,
S. Broward:
NTR #8185 06/30
100% TRUTHFUL
Attractive, athletic, down to
eárth, SWM, 30,5'9", 170,
brown/blue, with sense Oh hu-
mor arid values seeks attrac--. .
tive, petite, non-clubbing, SHF;
20's for initial friendship and
possible LTR.
NTR #8380 - 07/07
HAPPINESS GUARANTEED
SJPM. 48,5'10", very hand^
some, fitoedücated, hopeless
romantic. ISO JF 35-48, sexy,
passionate, cerebral, great
smile, adventurous, ri/SrWho
wants to be treated like a lady ,
forever. Let's create your own
fairy tale togéther.
NTR #8312 ' 07/07
PRINCE CHARMING!
DWJM, 53,5'6', ISO artistic
sense of humor, romantic, en-
joys cultural activities, movies,
Disney, art galleries, working
:out cooking, kids seeks S/DWF,
40-48, attractive, petite, se-
’ curé, takes pride in her ap-
pearance, affectionate,artistic,
ri/s, n/d. With similar interests
for LTR. tit . '
NTR #8591 Q7/21
LET’S CONQUER THE WORLD!
Me: 35,5'11", bm/brn, good
looking, in shape, very roman-
tic, ISO SF who loves walks on
the beach, fine dining, movies,
travel, 'cuddling at home,-ISO a
i life partnér! “
NTR #8377 07/07
DO YOU BELIEVE?
in family values? This SJM does
andheseeks a.SWF, ri/s, car- .
ing, fun to hang with. Mé: 5’8*,'
brown/hazel, likes golf-tennis,
no religious preference, but.
family orienteda pluslrs
NTR #8521 07/21
ON THE LOOSE END
SWM, 37, intrepid, moon child;
í into baseball golf, beanie ba-
bies. Meet me tonight and I'll
treat you well as a friend and
maybe more.
NTR #8691 Ó7/1S
WEST BOCA HUNK
DJ PM,: 57, ISO 47, ,5'6*, 150,
great muscular:bod- brown/
blue, non-religious» nokids,;
•bright and funny, likes country
to classical, sports, animals,
. travel ISO slim/ sexy, affection?
ate fun lover In 40's.'
NTR #8524 07/21
CHRIS FROM ORLANDO
, to Pompano! You left me a
tnessage with a bad phone
: tod m ber.You respond yo my
ád Mars form Venus! Please call
that box,number back!
NTR #8451 07/14
simple, easy, fun.
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$1.99 per minute.
84 June 24-30,1999 New Times Broward'Palm Beach


Women 'Seeking Men
SWEET AND SASSY!
SWF, brown, curly hair, crystal blue
eyes, long legs, feminine, medium
build, shy, down to earth, affection-
ateJSO SM, 20-25, mature, sin-
cere, caring, prompt and atten-
tative. Singles, no bigots, no
players.
NTR #8178 07/01
The author of this ad has won a gift
certificate to Chelsea & Co. Congratulations!
WANTED!
Spiritual, SDWM, 37,5'8', 165.
well educated, handsome, atn-
letic with positive outlook on
life seeks a balanced inner/out-
er beauty for the jouméy of
life.
NTR #8574 07/21
SPIRITUAL LADY
DWM, 50, retired, indfepend-
ent, nature lover, outgoing,
fun adventurous ISO spiritual
lady, mature lady who likes to
enjoy life and is real and likes to
have fun and love.
NTR #8448 07/14
HOLISTIC MD
Youthful senior, romantic, ad-
venturous, attractive, dynamic,
very vigorous, affectionate,
passionate about life, compás-
sionate and old fashion ideas
ISO successful of professional
Business lady, who believes in
sharing to reach life's greatest
adventure.
NTR #8300 07/07
LOVE AN MARRIAGE
That's my desire! Widower,
vegetarian, brown hair, green
i eyes ISO SF. SF, 50-60, soft
spoken, intelligent, attractive.e
slim. List of interests are in my
voice greeting.
NTR #8481 07/14
JUST BE YOU
No games. This sincere SWM is
looking for a sincere, honest,
fun loving female. No prefer-
ence required, just be you. Me:
160.5'10', sincere, 'no games'
kind of guy, down toearth and
nice.
NTR #8468 07/14
VERY SELECTIVE..WHY NOT?
WPM, 30, very attractive, fit, •
6'1 V200 lbs, intelligent, en-
trepreneur, graduate degrees,
funny, sensitive, romantic, likes
alternative, world, classical mu-
§ sic, exercise, outdoors, sun-
sets, good TV, opera, art, films
and conversation. ISO compat-
ible woman for possible LTR.
NTR #8149 06/30
FISH SEEKS SOLE MATE
N/S, SWM, 30, smart, fiinny
and attractive, with heart and
great smile who enjoys bowl-
ing, comedy thrill rides and
more. ISO n/s, smart and af-
fectionate, SWF, 24-34, with
similar interests to swim the
sea of love.
NTR #8441 07/14
LOVE WANTED!
SBM, 22,5'8', 152, honest, car-
ing, educated, hard working, /
s, loves to travel, cruise, dining .
ot, weekend getaways, LT com-
mitment ISO attractive, sweet,
slim, educated, SBF, 22-45, to
share common interest and
more.
NTR #8379 07/07
DANCE PARTNER
Slim dance partner needed for
ballroom dancing, not over
5'6'. outgoing, smiling and
we'll make a happy couple.
NTR #8449 07/14
NO TIME TO WASTE
SWM, 50's, vegetarian, hand-
some, good shape, easy going,
ftinny, superb qualities, varied
interests, no phony,m no bag-
gage, few problems. ISO my
soulmate, for LTR, any age up
to 50, very attractive, sincere,
no games, social drinking ok.
Tamarac area.
NTR #8214 06/30
PROFESSIONAL ARTIST
Dirty blonde/blue eyes, 6', 160,
36, funny, smart, attractive.e
likes old movies, foreign films,
conversations on art and cui-
ture, ISO BM, young, easy on
the eye, good to the soul, in- £
telligent, and curious, no drugs
or drinkers. Broward area.
NTR#8382 07/07
LATINA SOUGHT
Good looking, well built, easy
going, American man. ISO at-
tractive, shapely, Latin lady, 35-
49, for relationship. The beach, '%
working out, outdoor cafes,
anything with toe right lady. *
North Dade, Broward.
NTR #8580 07/21
SECRET OF MY SUCCESS!
SWM, seeking love and happi-
ness. me:very attractive, atn-
letic, intelligent, honest, funny,
college grad, professional,
warm hearted, great values
and financially secure. You: pe-
tite, under 5'6", attractive, 22-
32 old.
NTR #7965 06/30
LONESOME?
SWPM, 45, in shape, easy go-
ing, very affectionate and ea-
ger to please. ISO LTR with.
big, sexy, shapely, full figured
female, 30-50. All calls an-
swered. You will not be disap-
pointed.
NTR #8349 07/07
YOUTHFULCUTEY
Intelligent, 36, SWM, with 37'
sailboat. Not rich, but have
travelled (making documen-
taries) and still unmarried. I'm
dreaming of a smart, attractive
woman, under 30 for local and %
offshore adventure.
NTR#8395 C- 07/14
SEEKING SOULMATE
SWM, 41, tan, fit, n/s, n/d, -
seeks slim, attractive, hpnest
woman, 30-45, who emoys the
beach, movies, dancing, ro-
manee. ISO for a friendand lov-
erfor LTR. Ft Lauderdale. No
games, please.
NTR #8693 ^ 07/15
GREAT KISSER
Good looking, strong, sexy real
man ISO true love. I'm early
forties, don't look it, no bag-
gage. A writer with a golden
heart and a wicked sarcastic .
sense of humor. You're 25-35,
slim, with no kids yet..
NTR #8593 07/21
ARE YOU BRAINY?
SJM, 39, spiritual (Buddhism
and Afro-Cuban religion), in-
tellectual seeks cultured, ver-
bal, intellectual female ebun-
terpart. You must love or at
least tolerate books, cigars and
docs.
NTR #8326 07/07
NOBEL LARIAT NOMINEE
39, SWM, attractive, fit, well ed-
ucated professional, athletic,
sense of humor enjoys biking,
running and outdoor activities.
Enjoys reading, crossword puz-
zles seeks attractive, non re-
ligious liberal, educated worn-
an with similar interests.
NTR #8450 07/14
ON A PEDESTAL!
I will put thee! DWM, 59,6'2',
semi retired, good build, out-
going, enjoy life, the outdoors.
ISO DJF, 35-55,5'5, weight un-
important, children ok. If you
could cook a good pot roast I
might even get married again!
NTR #8421 07/14
ENGLISH BRAVE HEART
SWPM, 38, just arrived in Flori-
da, ri/Si well traveled, easy go-
ing affectionate. Likes, music,
travel, dining out, sports and
, fun. ISO SWF 28-40 tor nights
out, live music lots and lots of
fun.
NTR #8080 06/30
GOOD LISTENER
That's what everyone tells me.
This successful, 38, profes-
sional writer, loves swimming,
bike riding, the theater and
restaurants on toe water. I am
a caring person who wants
someone to be with and be
therefor. Let's talk.
NTR #8367 07/07
YOU’LL NEVER FIND
...a love like mine! SPM, won-
derful personality, great sense
of humor, retired business- •
man, with a great big heart.
5'8', 72, blue eyes, brown hair,
great dancer, paints pictures,
caring, sensitive and warm.
South Broward area.
NTR #8717 07/15
NEW TO FLORIDA
Progressive, easy going DWM,
n/s, interests, include tennis,
biking, cooking, sailing, the
natural world ISO 35-50, slim,
like minded, BrowarcTCounty
native.
NTR #8457 07/14
HANDSOME YOUNG EXEC!
6'3', blonde/blue, fun, emo-
tionally and financially secure,
generous, down to earth. En-
joys busy, upscale lifestyle,
travel, happy hours, and fine
dining whileliving a successful
career. I am seeking a girl
friend and partner. Looks and
class a must. Blonde or brun-
ette with great face and bikini
model body, intelligence,
goals, values, and great legs.
Young, 18-26, no divorcees,
children or emotional bag- -
gage. Must be provocative and
confident. Willing to be a best
friend, trophy and equal.
NTR #8362 07/07
ADDICTED TO ROMANCE
ISO swim in sweetwater again
and for last chance at the
grand prize. You're a dreamer
with soul of romantic post. .
Age not important, interesting
Conversation is. To me, boring
is a deadly sin. Elegant JM. 58,
5'1T, 160 lbs.
NTR #8698 07/15
EUROPEAN MALE
ISO happy, fun loving, sun wor-
shipping, movie going, water
Skiing, scuba diving, traveling,
romantic, sensuous or any one
Of the above female.
NTR #8685 07/15
SEEKING SOULMATE
SWM, 3T, 6'1', honest, caring,
sensitive, fit, intelligent, en-
| trepreneur, n/s. Christian,
wearing cap because of bald-
ness, ISO SWF, 27-34, also with
hair problems of understand-
ing, honest caring, sensitive,
n/s, for friendship, possibly
more.
NTR #8374 07/07
ISO MY SOULMATE
SJPM, 46, brown hair/eyes, en-
joys reading, staying fit, sports,
arts, music ISO SDJPF, 30-43, n/
• s, loves to laugh, but is not
afraid to be vulnerable for LTR.
NTR #8396 - 07/14
MARS SEEKING VENUS
Handsome, .SWPM, 46.6'1',
great greed eyes, n/s, n/d, ro-
mantic, best friend ISO slim, at-
tractive, romantic female to
orbit life together for a LTR,
only venusians need apply.
NTR #8292 07/07
HERE'S MY OFFER
A fun loving, open minded,
growing, free communicative,
loving, spiritual, romantic, to-
gethemess SJM, 51,5*11",
seeks very pretty, petite, sien-
derfemale, 30-49, tor an un-
ending beginning.
NTR #8293 07/07
COOL CREATIVE CATCH
SWM. 45,5'8', 140, n/s, multi
talented, writer. Energetic, ex-
citing, earthy, romantic, Latin
culture lover. Enjoysoooking,
camping, beaches, writing
poems/songs. Church intelli-
gence ISO SF, 20-35, pétie/me-
dium, sweet, caring, creative,
non materialistic, romantic.
Seeking love, truth, happiness.
NTR #8505 07/14
IVORY SEEKS EBONY
30+, WPM, seeks 25-38 SBPF. I
am not looking for LTR now,
just fun and exciting times. I
am financially secure with lots
of time. The outdoors and
travel must be Things you like
todo*.
NTR #8360 07/07
FREE AD
- Fun, easy going, outgoing,
handsome, passionate, SJM,
40, great sense if humor, dress
up or jeans and tee shirt Loves
children and pets. With good
up bringing. Seeking afrec-
tionate, single DJF or SJF, for a
monogamous LTR. No drugs,
no head games.
NTR #7981 06/30
IVORY BEAUTY!
SBPM, 47,6'2', athletic, spdn-
taneous, affectionate, hand-
some, ISO SWF who is adven-
turous, passionate, loves to
travel, enjoys music, romantic
interludes, attractive, sense of
humor, physically fit, and ready
for all the possibilities.
NTR #8469 07/14
YOUNG ORIENTAL
or Latin, SWM, 50'S, very ener-
getic and love to dance and
the beaches. ISO young female,
21 -40, who is built good, pas-
sionate, outgoing, and loves to
have fun! Will answer all Calls: I
NTR #8314 07/07
CAUCASIAN MALE
28, long brown hair, pony tail
and beard, 5'8* and thin; coF
lege graduate, literature méjjor,
law school experience, musí-
dan, unemployed, interested
in a younger female, thin, at-.
tractive, tor boating, dancing,
roller blading and tennis.
NTR #8310 07/07
BOATER SEEKS MATE
SWM, 50's, n/s, n/d, hand-
some, 6y 170, athletic, runner,
spiritual, college grad, enjoys
boating, beaches, sunsets,
seeking SWF, slim, shapely,
who enjoys having fun, laugh-
ing like children, who can com-
-•municate and share feelings,
for LTR, 49-54.
NTR #8687 07/15
MARRIAGE MINDED
Nice, tall, good looking, SWJM,
37. Travels from FI, to N.Y. v
yearly, likes sports television,
. movies and homes, lives for
dinning out! ISO nice, (¿ring,
attractive SF, 21-40 who is into
home life, family and caring
aboutpeople.
NTR #8316 07/07
EXECUTIVE
SWPM, 41,5'6', 150 lbs., loves
to Swing Dance. Strong, yet.
véry loving, tender and atten-
tive. ISO SWJF.for LTR/wife. 30-
p 40. slim, non smoker, no
drugs, to be loved deeply,
adores, cherished, respected,
paddled. cuddled and hugged.
NTR #8176 06/30
CQMPETmveSWIMMER!
SPW)°d looking, 6'1*. 185,
blonoe hair, green eyes, enjoys
competitive swimming, pow-
erboat racing, roller blading,
hiking ISO SF, 26-35, attractive
who enjoys the same. If inter-
ested, please respond.
NTR #8597 07/21
LETS HAVE FUN
SWJM, 45, attractive, tall, great
build, financially secure and fun
seeks younger, slim. sexy, easy
going, female for possible LTR.
non religious, non smoker pre-
ferred.
NTR #8426 07/14
HANDSOME MUTANT
Need unique and different?
Me too! Tall, attractive, slim,
athletic, too smart for tois -
planet. jSO wild, sexy, funny..
, 26-36, long legged beauty to
validate me. Caribbean skin-
diving. High Sierra Mountains
Dinner parties, sailing, need
highly erotic, creatively ro-
mantic, playful girlfriend.
NTR #8714 07/15
ISO CINDERELLA
to fit toe glass slipper. DWM,
' 42, varied interests ISO SF, for
communications, honesty, ro-
manee. Would you love to be
pampered. Palm Beach County
only.
NTR #8308 07/07
L'AMOUR EST MAGNIFIQUE
Romantic, 50, handsome,
world-travelled, sophisticated,
warm and caring Frenchman
.seeks lady, 30-50, educated, to
share kisses in the rain, moon-
light sailing, savoring exquisite
food and wine, gazing at the
starsjn your eyes^ and wéek-. ;
end trips to Paris for true rela-
tionship/friendship.
NTR #8478 07/14
DON'T LOOK ANY FURTHER!
SWPM. work out daily, dark
hair/brown eyes, dark mus-
tache, 60, love to dance. Don't
look of feel my age, business
owner, down to earth person
from Boston. No games/be
honest! ISO 42-52 rrionoga-
mous SPF.
NTR #7979 06/30
GATHER YE ROSEBUDS
27, SWPM, 5'10', 170, n/S.
brown eyes/hair with college
education enjoys sports, mu-
sic, movies and reading. isdfit,
cute, n/S; college educated
SWPF, 18-36 to spend time-1
with. Let us gather our rose 1
buds while we may.
NTR #8334 7 07/07
LOVE WANTED
sbm, 22.5'8', 152', honest, car-
irig, educated, hard working,
n/s, loves traveling, dining out,
weekend get-aways. ISO at-
tractive, sweet, slim, educated,
SF, 22-45, to share common
interest and possible LTR.
NTR #8592 07/21
LOOKINC FOR FUN!
29.5'8', fit. SWM ISO 20-30
SWF to share similar interests *
and havefun. Like to roller- •
blade, mountain bike and
beach.
NTR #8581 07/21
ENJOY UFE WITH ME
Young early 40's, attractive,
SWPM, 6'1,180, caring, pas-
sionate, witty, sincere, open
minded, down to earth. Enjoys
dining, dancing, concerts, mo-
vies, theater, swimming, com-
edy, quiet romantic evenings.
ISO similar, positive, easygoing,
sensual, shapely SPF ready for
fun/frienship/aoseness.
NTR #8474 07/14
I WANT A SEXY WOMAN
ISO adventurous woman who is
not afraid to be spontaneous
. and sensual. You must be fun
and have a great personality
and be honest I am a 35, di-
vorced, very attractive, sensual
and fun male.
NTR #8708 07/15
FEMALE: 25-48 WANTED!
Come and enjoy the wind and
surf on toe ocean, this also in-
dudes dining, dandng, sports,
theater, etc. If you also like
traveling and possible LTR.
NTR #8590 07/21
- I GOT A NEW LIFE
Need a new wife? DJM, 54,
5'11', 155, blk hair ISO slim,
under 50 lady, any race/height,
easy going, like me. Loves'.
mother nature, outdoors, be-
ing together. To pursue in : ~ "
door/outdoor activities up
dose and personal. !
NTR #8432 07/14
ISO BEST FRIEND
Blonde hair, brown eyes, fi-; 1,
nancially secure male seeks S/
DF. 25-35.1 will be your bést
pal for friendship, world travel,
good music and more.
NTR #8330 07/07
ADVENTUROUS?
SWJM, 45,6'3\ cute, brown
hair, blue eyes seeks SWJF,
under 45, on the adventurous
side, with apartment or home.
lnferests:great times at the
beach, romantic evenings and
weekend thrills and LTR.
NTR #8603 - 07/21
RX FOR LOVE
Passionate, sensual, adventur-
Ous, witty, attractive, vigorous,
nutritionist, dynamic, loving.
Semi-retired holistic MD de-
sires, loving, complete, total re-
lationship.
NTR #8454 07/14
BOOKS, BLUES, KISSES
Kiridheartea, unconventional,
sensitive, BSM, writer, 51 ISO
friend, lover playmate, 39-54,.
fró kissing in the rain, slow
dancing, jazz; my guitars, poet-
ry nights, bookstore rambles,
love on the beach; The sensual,
tender and intellectual are
cherished.
NTR #8707 07/15
COME FLY WITH ME!
Not a Millionaire, successful
businessman, sincere about
LTR. SWM. 47,5*8*. 190, ex-Air
Force pilot, have own plane,
like to fly away on weekends.
How about brunch in the
Keys? Seeking petite, sincere
SF. 35-48for a LTR with ad-
venture in mind.
NTR #8594 07/21
BIG LEAGUE CATCH!
SWM, 5'9', dark hair, brown
eyes, good shape, 160 lbs, con-
sidérea handsome, fun to be
with. ISO SF, pretty intelligent,
fun, and sensual and shapely
tor possible relationship.
NTR #8083 06/30
ONE REQUIREMENT
DJM, 60. seeks attractive, pe-
tite female. Must love the
NTR~#8694 07/15
MY TIME FLEXIBLE
Sophisticated, yet down-to-
earth, dancer, 5'10'YDWPM,
54,160, who enjoys kids,
beach, pool, escape weekends.
Bow Rider boat, tennis,' movies:
and being casual. ISO SW/HF, .
attractive, siender, 35-54, Ft.
Lauderdale/Boca.
NTR #8306 07/0?
LOTTO WINNER
Almostf Doctor, 50, athletic,
'medium build. Confident,
handsome, financially secure,
5'9', 175 lbs., loves travel, cul-
ture, music and having fun. ISO
LTR with upbeat, sexy, slender,
lass part-kitten-part cougar,
under 42, with great smile and
bit or mystery.
NTR #8709 07/15
Men
Seeking Men
MASCULINE MAN
GWM, br/gr, masculine, hairy
'chest, fun times, quiet times,
professional, HIV-, likes sports,
movies, dinners, spontaneous!
ISO similar GWM! Be yourself,
it's easier that way! No smok-
ers/drugs/heavy drinkers/pro-
miscuity.. I am toe real deal,
you be too!
NTR #8704 07/15
GWM ISO GBM
Attractive, European GWM, 25,
5*8' I35lbs; blonde/blue, sien-
der build. boyish looks seeking
very masculine, healthy, HIV-,
older black gentleman to hang
put with. Ft lauderdale area.
No age preference!
NTR #8430 07/14
ISO BODYBUILDER TYPE
. 23; 5'8', sexy body, swimmer,
very masculine, sexy legs and
smooth body. If tois sounds
interesting to you, you should
see toe rest*
NTR #8612 07/21
KOSHER MEAT
Lean, fresh, no artificial
ingredients! Handsome, happy,
honest, GJM, 5'10', 165,39 ISO
hot, gorgeous.masculine man,
25-35, HIV-, n/s, thin to medi-
um build, into healthy living,
sense of humor, riot into bar
lifestyle. All calls answered.
NTR #8383 07/07
BALD IS BEAUTIFUL
GWM, 50.6'2', 220, gray/
brown/green ISO somewhat
tall, GWM. with typical male
pattern baldness, over.50. Bald
top, some side hair interests
me. Please call.
NTR #8438 > 07/14
GREAT CATCH FOR GLM
Very good looking GWM ISO
dark-skinned GL/European
male who appreciates a
'Mercedes' quality man. Me:
33,5'11', 165,.very good
shape, masculine/passionate.
You: 29-40, good looking/
shape, space to make LTR pri-'
ority, masculine, affectionate,
h/s; n/d.
NTR #8514 07/14
INDECENT PROPOSAL
Real nice guy, late 30's, well
educated, in good career, 5'7',
blonde hair/medium build.
Interests: tennis, travel, dining
out, working out, movies/
reading. Not kean on bar
scene. ISO similar quality guy •
who, like myself, is trustwor-
toy, decent, educated, and
honest . „
NTR #7984 06/30
PICK ME PICK ME
49 GWM. HIV-, 6'3', 190, hon-
est, sincere, happy, humorous
guy is looking to meet a similar
male to be my life mate.
NTR #8195 06/30
I GOT THE MOVES!
GHM, 22.5'9', 145, brown/
brown. ISO good realtionship ;
with a nice guy who is down to
earth! if interested, please call!
NTR #8299 07/07
LONG HAIRED ARTIST
GWM, 5'9', 165 ISO other down
to earth, fit, creative, intellec-
tual, 25-40, interests include
film, thrift stores, bowling,
mini-golf, and weight lifting.
• Clean-cut, businessman needs
not apply.
NTR #8399 07/14
TRUTH SEEKER
GWPM, 54, ISO truth, integrity,
love and someone, special to
share life with. I am caring,
spiritual, masculine, romantic,
affectionate ISO passion and
adventure with similar GM, 35-
50. 0
NTR #8479 . 07/14
HEART TO HEART
SGM, 47,5'8', 175, athletic
build, intelligent, honest, good •
hearted, enjoys tennis, movies,
eating out, travel, outdoors,
animals, quiet times. ISO men
under 50, down to earth,
sense of humor, enjoys life,
good shape, good listener.
NTR #8372 07/07
HOPELESS ROMANTIC
Cute, GLM, 25, Libra ISO edu-
cated SGM, 25-35. My interests
include computers, travel. Ally
McBeal, piano, music, and
working out. ISO friendship and
possible relationship.
NTR #8434 07/14
FRENCH MAN
from Paris. New in Ft. Lauder-
dale. 63,5'7\ retired Doctor,
GWM, quiet, nice/funny, sen-
sual, likes reading, music, eso-
teric, likes the beach, seeking
similar guys, 40-55 for rela-
tionship.
NTR #8191 06/30
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DON'T PASS UP
this handsome and adventur-
ous Ital/lrish, 38.5*10^85, br/
gr.lSO intriguing and comfort-
able SM. 25-45. Emotionally,
spiritually, physically fit ISO
good company, a cuddle mon-
ster, and a great kisser. Serious
only, would enjoy LTR. Real guy
here!
NTR #8467 07/14
ISO BIG BODYBUILDER
5'6\ 46, gymnast-build, brown
hair, blue-eyes, outgoing, to-'
mantic, physical, WRESTLING,
cuddly who enjoys working
out, movies, malls, swimming
ISO honest, body buildeF type
shape, caring/honest, creative
and energetic, HIV-, SGM, with
a lively sense of humor.
NTR #8584 07/21
RENAISSANCE MAN
Professional, GWJM, 5*10', 165,
39, br/blue, handsome, slim,
gym body with edectic inter-
ests looking for clean cut, 25-
40. HIV-; n/s, slirri to medium
build, into healthy living, hon-
est, stable, romantic with
Sense of humor.
NTR #8230 06/30
JUST FRIENDS
WM. 21, ISO gay male friends to
go club dancing, movies or just
go shopping...so let's go girl-
friend.
NTR #8706 07/15
REAL GUY SEEKS SAME
GWM. 39 ISO real GWM, 37-44,
who is sincere* honest, and has
a great sense of humor, like
myself, HIV-, n/s. preferred. I
am a romantic, love dating,
dining out, long walks, quiet
times. LTR minded only.
NTR #8313 07/07
LIKE WATER FOR CHOCOLATE
CBPM, 30.5'11', 185, attrac-
tive, muscular, spiritual, beau-
tiful inside and out Enjoys
reading, working out. classic
movies, dining. ISO sinceré un-
attached independent GM.
who wants to build a life with
someone. For friendship pos-
stole LTR. Ethnicity unimpor-
tant.
NTR #8339 07/07
PROFESSIONAL GLM
Early 40', SM, 6', brown hair,
brown eyes, likes moonlit
nights, dancing, holding hands,
quiet walks, no discussion
needed. Everything is said
through your eyes. If you'd like
to meet my eyes.Jeavea mes-
sage. I will contact you as soon
as possible.
NTR #8338 07/07
OUAUTY AND INTEGRITY!
Handsome, muscular, 40's,
5'10', 190, with big heart,
good conversationalist, many
varied interests. Hope to con-
nect with a masculine, honest,
sincere, caring person. 35-50,
who knows what it takes to
cultivate a real relationship. N/
S, N/D. Také a chance, call.
NTR #8205 06/30
PROJECT: HUSBAND
PGLM, 24, educated, stable, re-
lationship. orjented, 5'10', 150,
enjoys arts, movies, the beach
and romance. ISO GM. prefer
professinal/educated. 20-40,
who ultimately wants a life
tong relationship. Friends first
of course.
NTR #8418 07/14
NO CONFRAMA!
Boyish, 5'10', 160, HIV-, hand-
some, exotic, arts/music, af-
fectionate. Would like to con-
nect with a smart, good look-
ing GWM, under 45, prefer
short hair, goatee. Masculine,
rough trade only.
NTR #8466 07/14
WHAT FUTURE AWAITS?
I don't know...but to start. I'm
24,5'10", 150 lbs, SGLM, pro-
Sessional and educated ISO
similar, 21 -37 GM for friend-
ship arid hopefully dating.
NTR #8172 06/30
CONCEALED WEAPON
GWM. late 40'$, tall, masculine
with big hands ands feet!
Healthy, fit, HIV+, ISO GHM/GBM
counterpart, n/s, 30-50, for
fun LTR. Call for more irifor-
mation.
NTR #8429 07/14
NICE CLEAN HEALTHY
WM. 56, seeks nice, dean
healthy mature, masculine,
WM, 45-60. If interested,
please call.
NTR #8193 06/30
EX CALIFORNIA MAN
6'3*, 200 lbs> SWM ; 40 some-
thing, great senseof tiurnor,
green eyes, likes outdoors and â– 
horseback riding, HIV+ ISO man
from, 30-50;in ; go’od; shape^
with sense of humor and ~
sense of adventure. .
NTR #8177 06/24
BOYFRIEND MATERIAL
Cute GWM, professional, 37, |
5'8', brown/blue, goatee, sexy,
defined body, HIV+. I’m have a
great life, the only thing miss-
ing is you. ISO in shape, 30.-40,
with there act together. and .
knows what life ¡s ail about.
NTR #8208 06/30
CLEAR OPEN HEART
Desire to share spirit and body,
to inspire and be inspired, to i
mine the depths of life expé- . •
rience. GWM, 38,6'3', bl/br, .
195* HIV-, passion and integ-
rity. Like minded soul ?', 20's-
30's. Please call.
NTR #8515 07/14
TROPICAL PARADISE
GWM, 5'10*. 165/brOwn/blüé,
handsome, 39, gym body, hap^
py, honest, stable, enjoys bik-
ing, swimming,' travel,-gar-
déning seeks similar 25-35, , I
HIV : , n/s, with sense of humor,
: romantic, not into bar lifestyle.
Let's grow together!
NTR #8231 06/30
HERE GOES NOTHING!
Professional GBM,30;5'9',1557
trim body, handsomeface, in-
telligent, outgoing arid fun. ISO
professional GM,-jrt Ft. Lauder-
dale: 25-40; honest, good look-
ing, masculine, furi, drug/dis-
ease-free and not overweight.
Not into.the 'scene' or gámé
players. Interested? Let's talk.
NTR #8519 07/21
COOL DUDE!
cool dude, 170,6', green/
brown; 33 r down to earth
male, with work out body ISO -
same, must be masculine, no c
femmes of barflies;
NTR #8391 07/07
AFFECTIONATE LOVER
GWM, 49, sexy, wifetypel5'7',
145 lb§., happy personality,
good looking, music, beach;
cooking, ISO ridnest, straight
acting, humorous, life mate,
and fiends. 35-55. •
NTR #8582 07/21
SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY!
GWM, 38,6'3', 195, healthy
HIV+, enjoys beach, movies,
music, and other varied inter-
ests with éasy going GWM
looking for that special person
for LTR.
NTR #8209 06/30
A GOOD ONE
GWM, 29,5*8*. athletic, great'
shape, educated, professional
guy, seeks a masculine guy.
under 45, for dating and fun.
Please masculine and prbfes-
sional only.
NTR #8068 06/30
MOSTLY PASSIVE
WM. early 60's. 5'11'.145,
body builder, very healthy,
proportioned likes biking, mu-
sic, beach, gym. tv. movies and
other interests seeks active,
dean, steady, companion, hon-
est, sincere, temperate,
monogamous, Boca area.
NTR #8206 06/30
ROMANTIC LTR
GWM, 50, look early 40's, brn/ ‘
bm, 190, HIV-, smooth. Italian/
French decent, in shape, mas-
culirie, attractive, humorous
personality, giving, intelligent,
respectful, professional, beach,
sophisticated, outdoors, un-
complicated, straight acting,
intensely sensual. loving. lSO
cultivate LTR with same type:
NTR #8471 07/14
JAMAICAN MALE
42,5'10', 170; in shape, ma-
ture, professional, health con-
sctous. ISO other Caribbean
males, with similar attributes
for friendship. Not into bars,
dubs, no smoker/drinker, rer
spond only if serious.
NTR #8336 07/07
GREAT CATCH!
GHM. 39,5'9', 179, loves work-,
ing out, travel, dining out,
quiet evenings, movies. ISO
honest, sincere GWM, 23-39,
with medium to slim built with
similar interests.
NTR #8337 07/07
UFE MATE
Healthy, caring, masculine,
WPM, 40's. 5'11*. 165, brown/
blue, HIV neg ISO outgoing,
masculine, mature, HM, who is
realtionship minded to share,
new adventures, enjoy the
outdoors, weekend trips, and
quiet times at home. For
friendship-possible LTR.
NTR #8067 06/30
GWM SEXY
Wife type, 57'. 145; happy
personality, good looking, mu-
sic, beach, cooking ISO honest,
straight acting, humorous, life
mate and friends, 35-55. '
NTR #8688 07/15
Women
Seeking Women
ISO LIPSTICK LESBIAN
‘SW/Hispanic, bi female, 29,
outgoing, adventurous. Caring,
sééks, feminine feríale. 20-35.
preferably tong hair; Lipstick
lesbiárjwanted for fun and ád-
venture and good-times.
NTR #8197 06/30
BEAUTIFUL MOTHER
Rsss....l'm looking for you -
beautiful mother. You must be
a snake bron in the month'of
Aquarius, one question’Will
you marry me?.
NTR #8689 07/15
BUSTY BLONDE
GWPF, 37,5’5\ feminine, mé-
dium/full figure, pretty, very
sexy, compassionate, passion-
ate. Intelligent, politically mb- •
tivated, also funny and spon-
tan.edus. ISO GF,.30-45, Soft |
butch, sincere, loving, working
toward LTR. No bi's no drugs.
NTR #8175 06/30
WILD AND HUGGABLE
WJ„ bi female, 65+, brunette,
petire. passioante ISO SWF;"
55+', for good times and more.
Must like men!
NTR #8176 06/30
MISSING TRICYCLE WHEEL
Bi WF, slim, fit, attractive, ,
busty, 57*, 138 ISO fit, bi fém,.
25-45, in South Broward area,,
interested in fitness, dinner,
, dancing arid passionate even-
■ ¡rigs.'Are you my missing tri-
cycle wheel? : '
NTR #7157 05/12
GWF
Ft. lauderdale area. ISO GWF, .
late 20's-late 30's for quality
friendship to Start. Me: serious
butfunny, honest, depend^
able, riot addicted, and laid
back. You: sweet, spirited, hon-
e$t, loyal, dependable and likes
to spend quality time.
NTR #8452 07/14
IT'S ABOUT TIME
ISO meaningful relationship •
with warm hearted, B/H/SF,
30-46. Me: 24, affectionate, in-
telligerit, SBGF, 5'5*, 140. If
interested, please call;
NTR #8228 06/30
FEMININE BRUNETTE
, Attractive, sincere, tong hair,
hazeleyes, slender, stable
GWF. ISO very pretty, feminine
woman (24-33) for enjoyable
times, maybe more.
NTR #8369 07/07
CONNECT.COM
GWPF, 23. independent, intel-
ligent, attractive, curious, pas-
stonate, quick to laugh, loves
ocean swims, dancing, music,
drumming, red wine, Ivlina Si-
mone, outdoors, road trips,
* travel and adventurous ISO
lovely, down to earth, woman
to spend time and make con-
nections with.
NTR #8695 07/15
TRUE COLORS
Attractive, passionate, sensual
SBF,_5'8', 195lbs. ISO the
woman of my dreams. Some-
one with absence of self. For
long strolls on the beach and
bonding partner. Someone to
laugh with. Femme or very §
soft butch, race unimportant
NTR #8309 07/07
A WOMAN'S TOUCH!
WF, bi, 32, ISO female, slightly
aggressive, BiWF, 29-39.
MEfeminine, attractive, hu-
morous, fun loving, laid back.
Smoker ok. Broward only. No
game players!
NTR #8145 06/30
REAL LESBIAN
ISO same. GBF, 25.57'. 125/
very down to earth, loves out-
door activities, exercise, long
walks with that special lady,
stimulating conversations ISO
GF, 27-37, Broward, for friend-
ship and possibly more. .If this
sounds like you. you won't be
disappointed. No bi's, no men
and no diesels.
NTR #8506 07/14
FUN AND FRIENDSHIP
ISO SW/HF, late 20's-late 30's
for casual friendship, dining
out, boating, outdoor fun and
enjoyable adventures. Let's
meet and see what develops.
MeJate 20's.
NTR #7966 06/30
CASUAL FRIENDS?
Attractive SWF, 30, shapely
feminine, passionate seeking
attractive, W/HF, 21 -35 for
great times/casual friendship.
NTR #8502 07/14
RESPOND AND BOND!
Sensitive, loving, gentle GBF.
39, no kids ISO SF, feminine, af-
fectionate. honest, GF, 35-45,
who is emotionally/financially
secure, drug and disease free
to be equal. Partner iri a mu-
tually fulfilling relationship/
friendship first. Raceunim-
portant, sincere replies only.
NTR #8303 07/07
NEW IN TOWN
SBF, lover of Jazz, tennis, travél •
, and life. ISO to meet other
'lesbian* women of eolor^nd
'class' over 35; You must be
down taearth and lovefrie
simple joys of life.
NTR #8158 06/30
FREE SPIRITED!
Late 20'S, GF, attractive, edu-
Gated, selective, successful, sin-
cere, very free spirited, ISO
same. If that's'you, let me
know. I will get back to you!
NTR #8595 07/21
EXPLORE THE POSSIBILITY!
50,5'41/2', SGWM, 155; se-
eurity guard business owner,
brown/brown, easy going,
•loves water sports, being loyal
arid easy going. ISO 40-54,
cute, nice, honest, SGWM, fairly
.good shape; who loves to
travel!
NTR #8508 07/14
LOOKING 4 HEAVEN?
GWPF, 5'5\ auburri/blue, me-
dium with athletic edge, taut
feminine heart and soul JSO a ‘
new friend that's not afraid to
share herself and receive alot
back. Me: witty,Yiealthy, ad-
venturous, hopeless romantic
ISO saíne. Ft. Lauderdale areas.
NTR #8501 07/14
SUNRISE SWEETY
GWPF, feminine, 33, petite, au-
burn (SO GWPF, femirilriei pe-
tite, caring, 25-35, to sharefuri
times, friendship, possible LTR.
All responses answered.,
NTR #8498 07/14
WHAT EV^R HAPPENED TO
'Once upon a time?'and “They
lived happily ever after?' ISO.
Cinderella, Ginger Rogers, the
woman I would love.to call my
best frierid and significant
other! Are you the woman of
my dreams?' Is it you?
NTR #8460 07/14
BUTCH WANTED
GHF, 5'5', 115 lbs would like to
meet someone, very attractive, -
honest, intelligent, with great'
sense of humor, outgoing,
and knows how to have a great
time. No femmes or bi’s, 1
please.
NTR #8171 06/30
VERY SELECTIVE
. GWPF, great looking, petite,
short haired femme, bm/
brown, very young, 50, cere-
bral, cultured, sensuous, fit,
adventurous, busy with career.
ISO tempting, n/s, companion,
soft butch or femme, with
similar attributes for weekend
replenishing of body, mind
and spirit.
NTR #8494 07/14
FIRST TIME AD
ISO bi feminine WF, 19-24,
slender to medium build, must
be drug/disease free. Friends
first, then? Me: 5'5'.125,
blonde/green, 22, shy, no *
games please.
NTR #8298 07/07
LETS HAVE FUN
Active, GWF. 42, n/s, enjoys
music, outdoors, fitness,
laughter, reading, animals ISO :
GWF, 30-45, sincere, smart, ro-
mantic, silly, independent, up-
beat for friendship/LTR.
NTR #8716 07/15
EXPLORE THE POSSIBILITIES
GWF. 38, attractive, blonde,
grey/green eyes, 57', N/S. ISO
W/HF, 25-45, forfriendship.
Let's have lunch and see what
developes. Broward only.
NTR #8341 07/07
25 FEMININE BEAUTY
Feminine, down to earth, sin-
cere ISO very feminine women
who is adventurous to have
fun with, and jüst being real
with. Lets enjoy simple things.
Please ni'o butches, bisexuals or
drugs.
NTR #7970 06/30
WHITE JEWISH
Bi female, 62+, brunette, pé-
tite, passionate ISO SWJF, 55+.
for good times and more.
Must like men. if this sounds
like you, please call:
NTR #8575 07/21
Just
Friends
SUMMER IS HERE
Single West Indian professional
female ISO other SPF/SPM. 30,
something to workout with ^
and hang out after work or the
weekends with. Me: 31,5'5',
124, attractive, Caribbean de-
scent. Speak both French and
..Spanish. Please call, ethnicity
unimportant.
NTR #8456 07/14
I MISS FUN
Miss my NY social life. SWJPF,
34, young, outgoing, funny
and friendly. ISO other straight
woman and single rrien to be
friends with. Let's go to the
beach, movies, dinners and
happy hour.
NTR #8342 , 07/07
ZORBATHEBUDDHA
Meditation and celebration,
that's what I'm about. Would
like to meet others who enjoy
meditation, but also love to
laugh and enjoy life. I'rrcit as
interested in what you Mjas
the quality that you bring to it.
NTR #8690 07/15
BACK PACK TO EUROPE
SWM, n/s, drinkér, dark hair,
light eyes, fit* creative, artistic,
.optimistic; I love God, nature,
laughing, traveling, sailing, mu-
sic; art; etc.'ISO fit, young, lady,
•ri/s, to back pack Europe and
other places arid possibleLTR.
NTR #8081 06/30
NEW ADVENTURES!
PWF ISO friends, male, of fé-
male, 20-35 to experiérice new
or old adventures, very curi-
ous. Willing to learn-new
things. J am athletic, lovedanc-;
ing, be open minded. No drug I
users, please.
NTR #8490 07/14
GREAT FRIENDS WANTED
: Native Floridian, beach lover, «
tall, tan,' lean, long dark hair,
great shape, avid salt water,
fishing, seeks same to go for
sushi, shoppirig, hanging, out.
Tatoos ok, smoker, light social,
drinkér. My boat, travél and £
great friendship. No kids, love
animals. Let's meet. ■ •
NTR #8335 07/07
THE BLUE LAGOON
SPM, blue/brn, 37,165, very
romantic and sensitive, down
to earth, likes walks on the
beach, movies, dining, dancing,
and Move to dance, very fun
lovirig, great sense of humor,
ISO someone with the same ?
interests. Please call. >
NTR #8203 06/30
. CARE TO DANCE?
SM, 50-60, dark hair, 5'8', danc-
ing, (ballroom, style), socializing
ISO counterpart who has same
interest. 50-60 for friendship.
Ft. Lauderdale to Boca. ,
NTR #8517 07/14
LET S EXPLORE
SWPM, 43,5'11', handsome,
educated ISO a lady with a
sense of humor. We'll explore
and have fun all over South
and West Florida. Call soon! -
NTR #8475 07/14
TOM CRUISE LOOKS
Attractive/sexy, very fit; SJPM,
33; 6', 175, confident; .
fun,adventurous, movies.mu-
sic, dancing, gourmet cooking,
beach. ISO SJF, 22-33, if your
sexy, fun, fit, attractive, ad-
venturous and looking for the
all around guy-call me.
NTR #8718 07/15
IN THE MIX!
Mix in a single, sexy, working
MOM (what a doll he is!) with a
bit of sass, class ahd humor
and you get a number ONE hit!
Add to it .a REAL man, (37-44)
who is solid, secure, smart, ed-
ucated and into movies, the
beach, dining out and cultured
fun!
NTR #8376 ^ ’ 07/07
JUST FRIENDS
WM, 21, ISO gay male friends to
go club dancing, movies or just
go shopping...so lets go girl-
friend.
NTR #8710 07/15
BEST FRIEND WANTED!
49, WM. 6'3', 190, hoping to
. find some new friends and
one special guy for whatever
happens happens.
NTR #8194 06/30
PREFERABLY OLDER (45+)
For this assertive woman, early
50's ISO special secure gentle-
man, giving, kind, compás-
sionate and caring to spend
quality time together for LTR.
Preferably older and mature.
N/S, social drinker.
NTR #8212 06/30
A NEW UGHT! .
Heterosexual female seeking
female friends for dance dure,
dining out, beach, art shows
and whatever!
NTR #8344 07/07
ATTENTION ALL WOMEN
Wanted: succulent, wonderful,
wild, spiritual, rare, vital, ex-
ceptional, kind, inspired. Sen-
stove, loving, single, married,
divorced, gay, straight, bisexual
women for gathering of oth-
ers like you to laugh, talk, eat
and sodalize.
NTR #8172 06/24
IT'S JUST DINNER
Lets have dinner and get to
know one another. SWPM, .43,
tall, educated, handsome ISO
to meet a corifident, easy go-
ing girl. Honesty and adven-
turous soul a must!
NTR #8476 07/14
LADIES NIGHT!
Straight SWPF from NY ISO SP
females- 30 something, fun,
energette, and outgoing. ISO
for friends to ér\jOy one or .
more of the following:sports,
the beach, theater, travel or
going out to bars/dance clubs:
NTR #8606 07/21
PRACTICING BUDDHIST
30 years, vegetarian, educator
to a visionary person. I am
working on New Age schools
and other projects for the f u-
ture. If you are interested,
please call for more informa-
tion. Me: 39 with a Jewish
background, f
NTR #8305 07/07
SHOP TIL YOU DROP!
49,5'6\ 95, blonde, brown
eyes seeking other male/fe-
male friends only to enjoy rock
concerts, shopping, exercise,
n/s.
NTR #8144 06/30
BUSINESS BUDDY
Female medical/fitness pro-
fessional looking for a gdaF
oriented male counterpart for
help on a business project. Any
age or racé with an entre :
preneur.spirit/positive mental
attitude;
NTR #8485 07/14
IF YOU LIKE PINA COLADAS
So do I! Get crazy in the fain
with this pretty, SWPF, physi-
cally fit; very energetic, wild,
(but in a good way), blonde,,
lusdous hair, hypnotizing hazel
eyes, 5 i 7'. ISO attractive, ath-
letic, SWPM, 24-35. Let's see'
what elsé we have in. common!
NTR #8302 07/07
ENJOY LIFE
ISO to share dinner, dancing,
movies, cooking. Let’s laugh
together, share time on the
beach, etc. Me:39, honest, toy--
al/together, full figure who
lives life to the fullest. Life is-to
short. Let's be friends for life!;
Please have no hang tips! - m
NTR #8609 07/21
BROWARD MALL
Saturday afternoon: You: tall
and beautiful. Me: tall, WM,
with a goatée. Can';t get you
out Of my mind. We ex-
changed a glance. Get back to
me.
NTR #8174 06/30
20 YEARS AGO
Mary P., you were always with-
your friend Ruby at the Rama-
da Inn In Deerfield Beach. I
went back north. Just won-
dering if your still around.
NTR #8705 07/15
AVENTURA MALL
Sunday afternoon. You: tall; -
5Qish, like Sam Elliot. Me: WF,
40ish, red hair. We smiled at
each other by the big Bloomies
Fountain. Want to see you you
smile again.
NTR #8686 07/15
SAW YOU AT CHARDEES
Saturday, May 29th, your
friends anniversary party. You
wore black shirt and black pant
You asked me to dance. You're
from Puerto Rico and live in
Hollywood near the circle.
Please call me now.
NTR #8173 06/30
„ UTCCHURCH
We barely made eye contact
after church, Sunday 6/6/99‘.
you wore a red shirt; i wore
green. We both seem shy.
Next time, sit near the right
side, near the front.
NTR #8419 07/14
BARNES AND NOBLES
Plantaiton-Friday evening took-
ing at jounals. You: blonde hair,
it was up arid you were in
jeans. I helped you find moré
jounals. I;d like to see you
agian! '
NTR #8458 07/14
RED UGHT
May 17th, 6 p.m., Bayview and
Oakland Park Boulevard. You
waved, I smiled (Jeep). CallTrie.
NTR #8604 07/21
Sports
Partners
COURT SIDE CUTEY!
SWF, blonde, cute shape and
then some seeks her court
partnerts) for sortie exciting
matches. If you have a racquet,
l got the time. So let's get to-
gether. The balls in your court!
NTR #8340 07/07
GOT BALLS?
0k t now l have your attention.
I'm talking basketball fever!
SPF, 26, would love to get a
group together for weekly
pickup games in the Hallandale
Beach area. Please respond!
NTR #8345 07/07
FOREIGN FRENCH MAN!
New TO FI. ISO active people to
do activities. Me:SWPM, 33;
5'11', 180, likes all sports, das-
sical music. Pink Floyd, opera,
French movies, travel, wine,
good foods, billiards, darts. For
friendship only. Central Bro-
ward.
NTR #8348 07/07
HIGH ENERGY!
SWM ISO energetic female to
Swirig/Jitterbug dance. The
new Jitterbug is as good as
anyway to keep in shape! Nat-
ural, athletic ability and rhythm
helpful. With fortitude and pa-
tiertce, one can learn anything.
N.Dade/Broward. N/D, N/S*
NTR #8156 06/30
TENNIS...
C'mon. Can you beat me? May-
be...maybe not. Well lets find
out. But seriously. I'm about a
3.5 female player who just
loves to play the game. Can
plav any afternoon after 5pm
and anytime on the weekends.
NTR #8159 ' 06/30
WEEKLY GOLF
SWM, 33, looks to fill our reg-
ular 4some for weekly week-
end golfing. Not serious, but.
shoot in low/mid 90's. Live in
West Central Broward.
NTR #8347 07/07
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Big Daddy isn't just funny — it's
the feel-good movie of the season
By revisiting the Rwanda
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proves that all's fair in art and war

Contents
Is the Miami Fusion one of the worst-run franchises in pro
sports, or does it just seem that way?
By Paul Demko
Nitpicking
Flowers
Susan Orlean’s book
about orchids has
South Floridians in an
uproar over alleged errors.
By Jay Cheshes
P.32
Mr. Saturday
Night
With Big Daddy comedic
film star Adam Sandler
continues to hit his mark,
this time for the right
reasons.
By Hal Hinson
The Artistic
and the Dead
Before Kosovo there was
Rwanda, and Alfredo Jaar,
whose work is on display
in Fort Lauderdale, hasn’t
forgotten.
By Michael Mills
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She's Demanding
I am requesting a retraction of Harris Meyer’s
use of the word whined to characterize my re-
marks at the June Dolphin Democratic Club
Board meeting (“Et Tu, Dolphins?” Harris
Meyer, June 17). If I demanded a retraction,
would you respect me more? It is regrettable
that when it comes to some men respecting
women, not much has changed after 30-plus
years of activism and education! Would you
have referred to a man angrily responding to
malicious and utterly false remarks of charac-
ter assassination as “whining”? In an effort to
be fair, I considered that you may have heard
the tone of a disabled, chronic-pain patient
whose broken wheelchair was hanging off the
back of her car. ft this is the case, then it could
have been cleared up had Meyer kept his
word and returned the phone call that I made
tp him after hearing that my name was going
to appear in the article, which he did not
It is a shame to have to ask for a retraction
when my time and efforts would have been
better served to ask New Times how much
care, medication, money, and compassion for
innocent children suffering (or about to be
born suffering) from the effects the AIDS
virus was caused by your salacious coverage
(“Sexual Roulette,” Jay Cheshes,. May 27) of
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the gay male community? Or to congratulate
you on your excellent and empathetic cover-
age of “a better way to handle hard-core juve-
nile delinquency” (“The Redemption of
Crime Boy,” Harris Meyer, June 17).
By the way, about the only thing all of the
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Ceasar and confidence that he will lead the
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and victory in the ongoing struggle for civil
rights and respect for all the people of Flori-
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Afflicting the Barracudas of
Hollywood
My fnend calls Mr. [David] Mankuta “Bar-
racuda Man-A-Kuta” (“An Ethical Variance,”
Harris Meyer, June 10). Apt?
Thank you for your work. All of Hollywood
should thank you. His behavior at the Holly-
wood Commission Meeting should have
many side effects. What developer would
want to be represented by such a schmuck?
“It is a newspaperman’s duty to comfort
the afflicted and afflict the comfortable.” I’m
sure your article made him very uncomfort-
able. A job well done. Who is next?
Alan Stieb
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I read Robin Dougherty’s review of Al-
ways...Patsy Cline (“Musically In-Clined,”
June 3), and I could not believe how taste-
less and cruel her comments about Sally
Struthers were.
A truly good critic reviews the perfor-
manee of an actress and does not criticize
every aspect of the person performing. Con-
trary to your lengthy diatribe, all the people I
have spoken to loved Sally.
Betty Weinstein
Hallandale
Safe Sex Means Wear Your
Raincoat, and Don't Go Out
I read your story titled “Sexual Roulette”
(May 27). Jay Cheshes did an excellent job
defending the problems facing the gay com-
munity. This week I read a letter [in your pa-
per] titled “Getting Gay Men to Use Their
Brain Organ” by David W. If more gay men
were like David, the AIDS epidemic would
definitely be curtailed.
•I must respond, however, to the “safe sex”
cliché used in his letter and in the story
“Sexual Roulette.” The only safe sex is a ma-
turé, mutually monogamous relationship
with an uninfected partner. Anything else is
risky. If car brakes had the same failure rate
as condoms do, there would be a national re-
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for HIV. If a person chooses to engage in
promiscuous behavior, let’s not downplay the
risks. At best, condoms may make sex a little
less risky but certainly not safe.
Sally Beach
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Ybur Assumption, Not Ours
Jay Cheshes’ article, though interesting, was
indeed inflammatory. It brought the assump-
tion that all gay men are promiscuous.
Worse, it gave ammunition to all the gay-
bashers to justify their position. Do you think
the sensationalisrti of the article was worth
the hate it could incite?
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Nitpicking Flowers
Just try writing a book about orchid
thieves in South Florida and unwittingly
including some errors. Then watch the
critics bloom.
By Jay Cheshes
rTF] hen you write a book about fanatics, you might expect
11 1 1J to offend a few of them, even if the book is, essentially,
111 about flowers.
â– â– â–  In the six months since its publication, The Orchid
Thief, the best-selling South Florida-based tale of plant crimes
and orchid obsession by The New Yorker magazine writer Su-
san Orlean, has offended its share of the florally fixated. Less
expectedly, the book’s frequent non-floral digressions have
managed to enrage many outside the orchid community, in-
eluding a Hollywood historian and a Washington, D.C.-based
Everglades lobbyist
These critics say the nonfiction book’s novel-like narrative
presents a distorted view of the Seminóles, of orchid lovers,
and of the Everglades itself. And to top it all off, they say, it is
packed full of myths and misspellings, erroneous figures, and
downright lies.
“There are countless egregious errors of botanical fact” de-
dares Ned Nash, director of education for the West Palm
Beach-based American Orchid Society. Nash’s criticism is iron-
ic considering that he reviewed portions of Orlean’s prepubli-
cation manuscript for orchid accuracy and is acknowledged as
Historian Patricia Wickman says Susan Orlean's The Orchid Thief
gets Seminole history all wrong
having done so in the book’s opening pages. Despite his input
he says numerous spedes misspellings and other errors found
their way into the book. “She puts the number of orchid
species .at 60,000, whereas I’ve never seen an estimate higher
than 30,000,” says Nash, who was so worried that he might be
blamed for Orlean’s inaccuracies that he considered filing a
lawsuit against her. “I wrote a letter to the publisher asking for
them to remove my name from future printings,” he says. “So
far I’ve received no response.”
The meandering 282-page book lists the names of countless
orchids and other flora and recounts with careful precision the
hundred-year history of the often deadly pursuit of wild or-
chids. (Victorian-era orchid-hunters oftén traveled to the most
remote Third World jungles in search Of prized orchid speci-
mens.) The author also devotes considerable space to both
Everglades ecology and Seminole history.
Holding all these facts and historical anecdotes together is
the story of John Laroche, an orchid eccentric and fumbling
con artist, who a few years ago was nabbed swiping rare ghost
orchids — fragile, papery white flowers that bloom only in
early summer—from the Fakahatchee Strand, an inhospitable
strip of swamp at the Southwestern edge of the Everglades. At
the time of his arrest, Laroche was in charge of the nursery at
the Hollywood headquarters pf the Seminole tribe, where he
and a number of Seminole coconspirators hoped to clone the
federally protected orchids and make gobs of money selling
them to rabid collectors.
No one in the Orlean-bashing stable interviewed for this sto-
ry attacks the basic factual framework that drives the narrative.
Instead they dwell on an agglomeration of seemingly inconse-
quential facts that taken as a whole, they say, call into question
the credibility of the entire piece.
“The author is playing fast and loose with the truth in order
to create a sellable [sic] story,” says Patricia Wickman, a histo-
rían and author who heads the department of anthropology
and genealogy for the Seminole tribe in Hollywood. “As a pro-
fessional historian, this book offends me.” Wickman attacks
much of the historical information in the chapter entitled
“Osceola’s Head,” which is largely devoted to the 19th-century
Seminole chief whose head was removed following his death.
(Contrary to Orlean’s description, the head was not Wickman
says, ever displayed in a North Florida drugstore window.) To
point up the errors she found, Wickman penned a scathing ar-
tide about the book that is scheduled to run in an upcoming is-
sue of the Seminole Tribune.
“The worst thing about The Orchid Thief \s the way it por-
trays the Seminole people as stupid, greedy, ugly cartoons,”
says Joe Browder, a former Carter-administration appointee
who has been a long-time Washington lobbyist for the Ever-
glades. His assertion that the Seminóles come off looking like
greedy dopes because they appear to go along with Laroche’s
orchidcloning scheme is questionable considering the fact
that, in the end of the story, the tribe wound up firing the nurs-
eryman. Browder is disturbed not only by Orlean’s words but
also by some ofihose attributed to members of the tribe. He
says he is particularly concerned about passages attributed to
Laroche’s boss at the tribe, Buster Baxley, whose contempt for
the Everglades is evident in quotes like “the state of Florida
better not mess around with whaf s my right [or] I’ll go in there
and take every single thing in the Fakahatchee that’s alive.”
Browder compiled a three-page list of errors and misstate-
ments relating to the Everglades and the Fakahatchee, which
he sent to New Times. “By themselves the. Everglades errors
may not be that important,” says Browder. “But considering
the way the Seminóles come across, these mistakes make you
think everything else could be wrong.”
Orlean, who spent two years writing and researching the
book, takes considerable exception to these thorny appraisals
of her work. “I don’t think I painted anyone with a broad
brush,” she said recently by phone from her office at The New
Yorker. “Of course there’s a certain margin for error in any
book. I’m not happy about any errors getting in, but I haven’t
found anything inaccurate that speaks to the soul of the book.”
Orlean acknowledged that some errors had in fact slipped
past fact-checkers and copyeditors but that every effort was
being made to correct them in future printings. “I wanted to
take ¡people on a journey,” she explained. “By and large I’ve
had a great response.”
Aside from the errors, it is the very tone of the book—often
light and breezy—that offends those most passionate about the
Everglades and the flora, fauna, and Native Americans who call
it home. The book is “virtually smothered in flashy, sensation-
alist adjectives,” writes Wickman in her upcoming column, “Ho-
Iashkoan,” which means “It’s a Lie” in the Miccosukeelanguage.
“In the 1980s we used to call [this kind of writing] fash trash."
Wickman goes on to point out a number of errors:,a Seminole
war ending ten years too early, Osceola’s home mislabeled as
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Silver Springs, a treaty that never happened
attributed to the Seminóles and the Confeder-
acy. But what most upsets Wickman — the
author of Osceola’s Legacy, a book she wrote
in the early ’90s to help dispel the historical
myths surrounding the legendary chieftain
— is that her book appears in Orlean’s bibli-
ógraphy. “After four centuries of misinforma-
tion, the history of the Seminole people is be-
ing manipulated once again,” says Wickman,
who says her ire is not at all inspired by the
feet the Seminole tribe pays her salary. “Read-
ers might think she took her errors out of
my book.”
Browder’s criticisms are equally harsh. He
claims that Orlean packs all of the most inter-
esting anecdotes about the Everglades into
the tiny Fakahatehee Strand to give the area
an exaggerated sense of eccentricity. “When-
ever she finds anything dramatic or colorful,
she claims it happened in the Fakahatehee,”
he says. Though most of the factual errors he
attributes to Orlean can be written off as mere
semantics, a few are legitimately questionable.
Orlean writes that 50 acres of the Ever-
glades dries up every day, a fact disputed not
only by Browder but by Everglades research
ers as well. Fred Sklar with the Everglades
Water Management District says no one has
ever settled on a precise figure and that,
though large portions of the Everglades are
drier than they should be, other sections are in
fact too wet Fifty acres a day, he says, sounds
like a substantial exaggeration.
. She also writes that the elusive ghost orchid
is exclusive in this country to the Fakahatehee
Stra'nd. Mike Owen, chief biologist at Faka-
hatchee, says that, while the orchids are
native only to South Florida, they do appear
throughout the Big Cypress Preserve that
borders the Fakahatehee. Orlean, though, de-
fends her description, stating that to her mind
the boundary between the Fakahatehee and
the Big Cypress is in feet “fluid.”
Whatever the errors in the book, and there
are a number of them, Orlean’s reputation
isn’t likely to suffer as a result The errors are
scarcely lawsuit material, and her book contin-
ues to be generally well received by both read-
ers and critics.
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ews
Who’s
Manateeing
the Phones?
State wildlife officials say
that amateur hotlines set up
to help protect endangered
manatees are putting the
animals at risk
By Paul Belden
When it comes to manatees, Mike Schrager is the state's go-to guy in Broward County - and Mary Anne Gray isn't
tion. Foremost among these experts is the
FMRI’s Amy Perry, who, as the staff biolo-
gist responsible for a seven-county swath
of South Florida, spends much of her time
on the road responding to reports of man-
atees struck by boat propellers, trussed
up in fishing lines, and stranded behind
canal locks. Because delay can mean the
death of an injured animal, “calls need to
get to us as soon as possible," she says.
Problem is, non-FMRI groups and hotlines
create confusion in a situation that re-
quires clarity.
For the past two years, Perry has been
fighting a two-front war against the MSF
and another group called the Marine
Mammal Conservancy (MMC), a Key
Largo outfit that also operates an emer-
gency manatee hotline. Unlike the folks at
MSF, however, MMC director Rick Trout
goes so far as to respond to manatee
emergencies, which has led Perry to
threaten him repeatedly with arrest. “I
think I might end up being a test case,”
Trout laughs, while vowing to continue re-
sponding to injured-manatee reports.
Trout’s hotline message, however, clear-
ly instructs callers to dial Florida Marine
Patrol dispatch with emergency informa-
tion and then goes on to provide the num-
ber (800-DIALFMP). The MSF hotline —
which is listed on the “Emergency'Num-
bers” page of the Greater Fort Lauderdale
phone book — merely instructs callers to
leave detailed information at the sound of
the beep. Nowhere does it mention the
FMP. “When [manatees] need help, you’ve
got to get out there quick,” Trout says. “I.
don’t care who gets there first, but some-
body has got to respond.”
To Mary Anne Gray, founder and director
of MSF, the criticism is unfounded, because
she says the hotline plays only a small role
in the foundations mission; rrjost of the
group’s budget is earmarked for education-
al projects and an annual grant to the Miami
Seaquarium. She also insists that “if we get
a call or report of an injured manatee, we al-
ways pass it on to the appropriate officials.”
But Perry says she’s never received a sin-
gle forwarded report from Gray. ‘That’s
why we set it up so that people are sup-
posed to call the Florida'Marine Patrol,” she
says. “From anywhere in the state, that call
goes straight to dispatch. Why would you
want to call anybody else?”
In her own defense, Gray claims that
quite a few of the injured-manatee reports
she receives turn out to be false alarms. “A
lot of times, somebody will call in with what
they think is an injured manatee, and I’ll
talk them through it, get them to describe
to me what they’re seeing, and it turns out
to be something else,” she says.
To Schrager, though, the thought of an un-
trained amateur conducting what amounts
to manatee triage over the
phone is the most alarming
aspect of the entire hotline
fracas. “When you’re talking
about manatees, you’ve got
to know what you’re doing,”
he says. “That’s why the state
goes to the trouble of train-
ing people like me and re-
quiring permits. For in-
stance, if somebody called in
an injured manatee and said, This mana-
tee’s got a white line across its body,’ well,
that could mean a couple things. On the one
hand, it could just be an old prop[eller] scar,
because once a manatee’s struck by a prop,
it carries that scar the rest of its life. On the
other hand, it could be a recent injury, be-
cause a manatee ; s got blubber like a whale
— a prop wound can be four or five inches
deep and still only be visible as a white line
on their skin.”
Kipp Frohlich, biological administrator of
the DEP’s bureau of protected-species
management, considers the feuding be-
tween manatee activists and experts no
more than a recurrent theme in Florida
wildlife politics. In the early ’90s, Frohlich
had problems with a West Coast group
called the Manatee Alert, which took out
newspaper ads telling people to call the
group with manatee sightings and emer-
gencies. ‘We had a dialogue,” he recalls,
with weariness in his voice. “Eventually we
persuaded them to incorporate information
about the FMP hotline in their news re-
leases.” But it wasn’t easy, and it didn’t hap-
pen quickly.
To Frohlich, hot tempers are simply a
sign of the urgency of the manatee-protec-
tion problem, which has seldom been more
acute, at least in Broward County. In 1998 a
total of seven manatee deaths were report-
ed in Broward County; already this year
there have been eight, an increase that has
Schrager stumped. “A lot of the corpses
we’ve seen have been too decayed for a
necropsy,” he says. “So we don’t know
what’s going on. It could be a coincidence,
or it could be a sign of something larger go-
ing on.” The last dramatic increase in the
manatee mortality rate occurred in 1996,
when the “red tide” algae invasion caused
the number of manatee deaths in Florida to
leap from 201 to 415 in a single year. (So far
this year, there have been 134 manatee
deaths statewide.)
Ideally Schrager would like to see Mary
Anne Gray and her ilk get out of the hotline
business completely. But as Frohlich says,
running a hotline “may be ill-advised, but
it’s not illegal.” In the end the bad blood be-
tween various camps seems to have made
meaningful dialogue difficult and con-
tributed to a situation in which a simple so-
lution may have been overlooked.
“We could just add on a line that if you
have a report about an injured manatee,
you should call the FMP,” proposes MSF
board member Kathy Schwartz. But Gray
is contemptuous of the FMP, insisting
(wrongly) that callers merely get an an-
swering machine. (Actually, callers get a
menu of options, including the option of
bypassing the menu and going directly to
a dispatcher.)
Even if a simple solution were to prevail,
chances are it will amount to merely a truce,
not a treaty. Given the passion involved
when it comes to one of Florida’s most re-
nowned living natural treasures, future bat-
ties in the manatee wars seem certain. CD
Contact Paul Belden at his e-mail address:
Paul_Belden@newtimesbpb.com
“When you're talking about
pianatees, you've got to
knowwhat you’redoing."
D n some respects this year’s gala
fundraising dinner-auction benefit-
ing the Manatee Survival Founda-
tion (MSF) was a disappointment.
And not just because Broward County Com-
missioner Lori Parrish, in a break with past
practice, left her manatee costume at home.
The turnout for the event was lower than
ever — “probably less than a hundred,”
estimated one participant — as was the
overall take. An affair that used to bring in
at least $10,000 ended up garnering a cou-
pie thousand dollars less this year. (MSF
officials refused to divulge the final tally.)
Yet the evening, which took place March 19,
did have its bright spots. The Mexican-
style buffet was decent; the crowd enjoyed
snapping up items in the charity auction
— everything from fishing excursions to
arty knickknacks; and the spectacle of
maritime executives and their spouses
dressed up in ponchos, sombreros, and
colorful Mexican dresses was entertain-
ingly goofy.
Best of all, the shindig didn’t result in the
death of a single manatee.
But then that was purely a matter of luck.
State wildlife experts are convinced the day
is coming when the foundation — and other
organizations like it — will find itself re-
sponsible for the death of one of the very
animals it was created to protect. In fact,
says Mike Schrager, director of the non-
profit State Wildlife Rescue, “I’m surprised
it hasn’t happened already.”
Schrager’s concern centers on the
foundation’s manatee-sightings hotline
(954-9434391). “They say that hotline is just
for ‘sightings,’” he explains, “but what hap-
pens when there’s an injured or dying ani-
mal and the information is just left to sit
there on somebody’s answering machine?
At the best we’re going to have an avoidable
delay. At the worst we’re going to have an-
other dead manatee.”
The MSF hotline has thus emerged as
the latest battleground between two fac-
tions that have been at war for years: the
biologists of the Florida Marine Research
Institute (FMRI) and amateur wildlife en-
thusiasts who insist on giving the insti-
tute a helping hand, however unwanted it
may be.
Because of the manatee’s status as an en-
dangered species, state law restricts their
handling to experts certified by the Flori-
da Department of Environmental Protec
New Times Broward-Palm Beach June 24-30,1999 7

T
| he fluorescent green lizard wear-
'ing a Miami Fusion uniform has
picked a bad time to visit sec-
tion 113..
It is about midway through the second pe-
riod on a steamy Saturday afternoon in late
May, and the Fusion is losing —again.
D.C. United has just scored its second unan-
swered goal of the game. Diego Serna, the
Fusion’s prolifically scoring forward, is ges-
hiring angrily at his teammates as yet anoth-
er sprint toward the opposing goal ends with
the ball sailing beyond the tip of his toe or
over his head. South Florida’s two-year-old
professional soccer team is on its way to a
fifth-straight defeat.
In section 113 at the west epd of Lock-
hart Stadium in Fort Lauderdale, home to
the Fusion’s small, loosely orgánized, but
intensely loyal supporters’ group, La Sur
de los Afusionados, it is uncharacteristical-
ly quiet. The usual physical intensity —
the ecstatic singing, drumming, scream-
ing, and jumping — has almost ceased, re-
placed with muted lethargy.
Facundo Estevez, who says he doesn’t
have a girlfriend because he’s “married to
the Fusion,” is hiding behind blue-tinted
wraparound shades. Estevez is feeling the
nauseous aftereffects of a night of drinking,
exacerbated by the afternoon sun — and an-
other dismal Fusion performance. He is one
of the Afusionados’ leaders.
Harmonious, encouraging chants of
“¡Vamos, vamos Fusion!” have been re-
placed by sporadic cries of. “¡Que se vaya
Ivo Wortmann!” a not-very-subtle request
that the Fusion’s head coach take a perma-
nent vacation back to his native Brazil.
The Fusion’s barely month-old mascot,
promoted as a “friendly green lizard”
known as “PK” (for “penalty kick”), be-
comes the unfortunate focus of the sup-
porters’ energy.
“Get the fuck out of here, you fucking
lizard!” screams Hector, a ponytailed, beer-
drinking Afusionado. “Ever since you came
here, we’ve had bad luck!”
Hector then threatens to bring; a faux PK
to the next home game and hang it in effigy;
8 June 24-30,1999 New Times Broward • Palm Beach

Others in the crowd echo Hector’s senti-
ments: PK deserves to die.
The friendly green lizard appears oblivi-
ous to the menace lurking inside the sweaty,
alcohol-fueled crowd.
Moments later, as PK stands waving on
the walkway in front of section 1Í3, a small
cavalry of about 15 Fusion supporters,
mainly teenage boys, pounce on him. He is
assaulted with fists, thrown more in jest
than out of a desire to inflict injury. The
lizard with the permanent smile flees his
menacing band of attackers. PK has not re-
turned to section 113.
And so it goes for the Miami Fusion franchise.
After 18 months of bungling and misman-
agement, both on the field and off, not even
the mascot escapes blame.
The Fusion’s woes are légion. Attendance
at home games is abysmal. The team’s only
legitimate superstar — Carlos Valderrama,
he of the electric-shock hairdo — was
benched and then driven out of town after
battling with the coach earlier this year. In
less than two seasons, three different man-
agement teams have been brought in from
out of state to try to lead the franchise. And
the Fusion’s management has alienated
much of the South Florida soccer communi-
ty with its arrogance.
The 30 or so hard-core Afusionados —
and the hangers-on that crowd section 113
for each home game — are one of the few
things the organization has going for it. Yet
the Afusionados often feel that the'team is
doing its best to drive them out of the stadi-
um as well.
“It’s embarrassing for me,” says Estevez
a few days after the D.C. United match. “I
don’t know where to hide my face.”
tilt-walkers and fire-eaters
performed to the rhythms of ca-
lypso music. Curly blond wigs
and Colombian flags, in honor of
Valderrama, were in abundance. Fireworks
exploded in celebration. On March 15,1998,
a festive sellout crowd of 20,450 packed the
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Total ConFusion
Continued from page 9
freshly painted blue and yellow seats of
Lockhart Stadium for the Fusion’s inaugural
game. At least 3000 more were turned away
át the gate. Doug Logan, the commission-
er of Major League Soccer (MLS) declared'
Lockhart Stadium a “prototype” for other
teams to emulate.
“I still remember what a pain in the ass —
but what a thrill it was — to find the monu-
mental traffic jam at that first game,” recalls
Karl Kremser, head coach of the men’s soc-
cer team at Florida International University.
‘To walk in there and see that place packed
—it was just a tremendous moment as far
as soccer was concerned down here.”
Section 113 was packed with jubilant Sup-
porters bellowing newly christened songs:.
“¡Olé, olé, olé, olé, Fusion, Fusion!” The Afu-
sionados sold 500 tickets for their section
ánd passed out 1000 songbóoks to support-
ers before the game. Adding-machine paper
cascaded down from the stands. When Unit-
ed forward Jaime Moreno was booted from
the game in the second half for a flagrant
foul, the section unanimously decreed him
“hijo de puta” — son of a whore, i
The carnival-like atmosphere was short-
lived. The Fusion lost two-nil, but monfesig-
nificantly the organization was already
showing signs of unraveling — like Ope
more role of adding-machine paper. ; mk
Months before the start of the season,
Fusion management had
been hamstrung by its in-
ability to find a home sta- ¡
dium for the club. As the
team’s moniker suggests,
the initial plan was for the
Fusion to be based in Mia-
mi. But contentious negotia-
tions between the Fusion
and Miami mayor Joe Carol-
í| over the use the Orange
Bowl broke down when the
city initially insisted on a
ten-year lease.
Instead of capitulating to
Carollo’s demands, Kenneth
Horowitz, the Fusion’s lead
investor, decided to take his
team elsewhere. Horowitz
pumped in almost $5 million
to upgrade the cozy confines
of Lockhart Stadium, which
had' been home to the Fort
Lauderdale Strikers of the
North American Soccer
League from 1977*to 1983.
But because the deal was ne-
gotiated with less than four
months remaining before
the Fusion’s home opener,
stadium workers were still
hustling to put in seats and
install skyboxes right up un-
til opening night.
Ray Hudson, who pro-
vides animated television
commentary for Fusion
games and who was a long-
time midfielder for the Strik-
ers soccer team, believes
the Fusión has never recov-
ered from the initial disar-
ray. “Since then, they’ve.al-
ways been behind the eight
ball and the eight ball seems
to keep getting bigger and big-
ger,” Hudson says.
In the midst of this confusion, Fusión
brass made a detrimental marketing error
that would have ramifications throughout
the season. The team Set ticket prices at
$18 to $30, a level closer to the Heat or the
Panthers than to what other MLS clubs
charge. (The average MLS ticket price last
year was $13.82.) Instead of competing for
entertainment dollars against a night out
at the movies with popcorn, the Fusion
would be asking potential soccer fans to
dole out twice that amount, not to mention
$5 for parking.
The decision to base the
team at Lockhart also put
up significant barriers to
drawing on Miami-Dade’s
dominant Hispanic popula-
tion, a large part of which
has strong soccer roots.
Leo Stillitano, the Fusion’s
initial general manager,
who was hired with the un-
derstanding that the team
would play in Miami, says
that he envisioned Valder-
rama as a major draw to
the Colombian population
that had established it-
self down in Kendall. The
Broward stadium locale, to
a large degree, cut off that
potential market.
By the second home
match of the season, atten-
dance had dipped to less
than 15,000 (this despite
a gratis postgapie Ziggy
Marley concert), and then
ended up 15-19; everyone makes the play-
offs in the MLS) and slashing ticket prices
near the end of the season, the average at-
tendance for the year was 10,284, second
worst in the league.
The first three months of this season have
been, if anything, worse. Average atten-
dance for home games is 8461, more than
7000-plus. The .east end of the stadium con-
tains barely enough people to field a pickup
game. One of the largest contingents of fans
is camped out underneath a Bolivian flag.
They are there not to cheer on the Fusion
but to salute United’s playmaker supreme,
Marco Etcheverry, and his Bolivian compa-
triot, Jaime Moreno.
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Among the thugs: Section 113 at Lockhart Stadium is home to the rancorous drumming,
singing, and jumping of the Afiisionados
Promise Keeper? The Fusion's mascot, “PK"
continued on a steep descent. On August 30,
an all-time low for futility was reached when
just 6127 fans watched the Fusion defeat the
New England Revolution, 3-2. Despite
squeaking into the playoffs with some im-
pressive late-season victories (the Fusion
40 percent below the league average, and the
team is exacerbating the situation by playing
miserably. The Fusion’s record is 4-11, and
thé team has lost eight of its last nine games.
It is in last place and has given up more goals
(30) than any other MLS team.
Fusion Coach Ivo Wortmann was hailed
as a savior last year when he took over in
July and led the team to the playoffs. Now
fans are calling for his head. Wortmann
notes that his players are young — the aver-
age age is just 25 — and that it takes time
for a team to jell on the field. “I’m working
up for this year but looking for the future,"
he claims, “Sometimes to build a winning
team, to build a good team, takes a little
time, If people are not patient, it’s not my
problem,” Wortmann says dismissively.
Patience is definitely running thin — with
both the Fusion’s management and its team.
“From day one the Miami Fusión ownership
and management has failed to impress me
in any sense, quite honestly,” says Jamie
Trecker, editor of the soccer magazine Kick!
and a columnist for ESPN: The Magazine. “I
have never had a sense that they have a han-
die on the market, or the game, or really a
concrete-idea of what their mission is.”
Eddie Rodger is the former general man-
áger of the Strikers and now runs Kicks In-
ternational, a soccer-marketing company
in Fort Lauderdale. He says that the second-
greatest moment in his life, after the day his
son was born, was when the Fusion arrived
in town. That sentiment has now soured.
“I’ve got a lot of bitterness in me,’The says.
“They’ve made a million mistakes,”
Uggg| he D.C. United game in late May
at which PK’s livelihood was put
in jeopardy is a ripe example of
U the predicament in which the
Fusion finds itself. The crowd is a paltry
Despite the somber atmosphere and the
complete domination of the game by D.C.
United, the Fusion mounts an unlikely
comeback. What the Fusion lacks in grace
i (which is hard to underestimate), it makes
_ up for with gráss-eating tenacity — at least
1 for the final 15 minutes. After a flurry of ac-
tivity in front of the D.C. United goal, Fusion
midfielder John Maessner propels the ball
toward the net from the top of the box,
scissor-kicking it over his head — the
crowd-pleasing bicycle kick. A lurking
¡¡ Diego Serna heads it home. The Fusion is
down by just a goal with ten minutes to go.
La Sur de los Afusionados reignites. The
big bass drum, scrawled with the names
of fans and players, pounds. Chants of
“¡Vamos, vamos Fusion!” once again rever-
berate through the west end of the stadi-
um. A gangly, longhaired Afusionado in an
Argentina jersey stands precariously on
the fence at the front of the section and
whips a shirt wildly above his head. Sec-
tion 113 is momentarily a cauldron of soc-
cer pássion amid the vast emptiness of
Lockhar t Stadium.
Then comes the kick to the groin.
Throughout the week the Fusion had run
advertisements in the daily newspapers
touting the D.C. United match as a biblical
battle between good and evil. Marco Etche-
verry, who is known as El Diablo (the Dev-
il), was cast in the role of evil. Jeff Cassar,
the Fusion’s musclebound goalkeeper, has
been christened Superman and was the
standard-bearer for the forces of good.
Etcheverry’s head was adorned with horns
in the ads; Cassar sported a halo.
As the final seconds of the game tick away,
Cassar is far upfield, hoping to assist in the
Fusion’s final attack. The ball, however,
somehow ends up at Etcheverry’s magic —
and devilish — feet. As Cassar retreats to
Continued on page 12
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June 24-30,1999
New Times Broward-Palm Beach

Evil triumphs: This advertisement came back to haunt the Fusion when El Diablo scored
on goalkeeper Jeff Cassar in the final seconds of the game
Total ConFusion
Continued from page lO
his goal, El Diablo chips the ball softly over
Superman’s head. .The ball trickles into
the empty net. Time expires. Evil has tri-
umphed over good. Again.
Over the last two seasons, the Afusiona-
dos have often felt cast in the role of evil by
Fusion management.
Early last year, as the Fusion rushed to get
Lockhart Stadium ready for opening night,
Facundo Estevez began an ad hoc campaign
to create a supporters group for the club. He
loitered at various pedestrian-heavy locales
in South Florida — South Beach, Miami-
Dade Community College — preaching the
Gospel of fútbol. Estevez carried props to
help communicate his message: pictures of
passionate South American soccer fans. The
23-year-old, who was born in Miami and has
lived in Argentina, Brazil, and Colombia,
wanted to bring that passion to South Flor-
ida. He envisioned 5000 supporters jumping
and singing in unison, an airplane so packed
with exuberant Fusion fans en route to an
away game that it would shake as if going
through a nasty pocket of turbulence.
Estevez gathered about 2000 names, tele-
phone numbers, and addresses of passersby
who expressed interest in being part of the
group. Without a nickel of the Fusion’s mon-
ey, he was building what could become a
core fan base for the team.
Around the same time, Andrew Hazleton
was working in a similar vein, but through
the Internet. Hazleton is a 32-year-old
computer networks salesman with a soccer-
rich bloodline of Brazilian and English
heritage. Also with his own resources, he
created a Website for the Fusion and an
electronic mailing list to keep would-be fans
updated on developments concerning the
neophyte team!
Eventually the two formed the Afusión-
ados, bringing their groups together —
without any help from the Fusion, ironic giv-
en the team’s name.
The problems began when Estevez and
Hazleton approached Fusion management
with their project. The team was initially
helpful and provided stamps for the Afusión-
ados’ first mailing to potential members and
a separate ticket booth was set up at Lock-
hart Stadium for the supporters group.
But as the crowds dwindled in every other
part of the stadium, section 113 began to
feel like an armed encampment. There were
often a half-dozen cops posted around the
admittedly tumultuous Afusionados. Drums
were confiscated. Paper was confiscated.
“The straw that broke the camel’s back was
the kid that was thrown out for blowing
a whistle,” says Hazleton. There were so
many police in the area that the Afusionados
came up with songs for them — in Spanish,
naturally. One of them, as translated by
Estevez (admittedly, it loses some of its
charm in English), goes:
Police police police
I feel sorry for you
Every time you come bother us
Your wife goes stroke someone else.
In late April, Hazleton sat down with the
police and Fusion management to resolve
problems in section 113. Drums and paper,
everyone present decided, would be allowed
into the stadium, but not firecrackers, flares,
t>r anything that could cause damage. Hazle-
ton believed progress had been made.
At the match immediately after this meet-
ing, several Afusionados were tossed from
the game for throwing... toilet paper. In the
ensuing ruckus, several supporters, includ-
ing Hazleton, were arrested.
“The police, they weren’t used to a crowd
like ours,” says Andres Jervis, another Afu-
sionados leader. “They weren’t Used to the
passion that soccer brings. They thought
that wé were gonna riot and kill people.”
For the most part, the problems with law
enforcement have been resolved this year.
With the exception of an overzealous Afu-
sionado who destroyed a toilet paper dis-
penser in the men’s room after a rare Fusion
victory, the only run-ins with the police have
been on the road at Tampa Bay.
One major reason for the easing of ten-
sions in section 113 is Dona Cardoza, an
administrative assistant with the Fusion.
She has become a kind of Afusionados den
mother. Cardoza knows each of the hard-
core supporters by name and understands
how to deal with their antics. “I smack them,
and I push them, and I pull them, and they
don’t say boo to me, because they respect
Continued on page 14
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1. Don't Talk About Past Boyfriends or Husbands.
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say how wonderful your last boyfriend was, your date
may wonder why you aren't still with him and he'll
wonder if he will always be compared with your ex. If
you bash your last boyfriend, the man will also won-
der why you were involved with someone you don't
respect.
Remember, every adult comes to a new relation-
ship with some type of baggage. The sign of a mature
person (man or woman) is one who is able to leave
that baggage in the closet.
2. Manners Say So Much About a Person.
There is no substitute for good manners, and noth-
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date is not the time to show your disdain for bad ser-
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time to show you are a busy person by showing up
late or yelling at the valet for taking too long.
A first date is the time to show you have respect
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treated with respect—even if they are having a bad
day. Good manners say exactly that.
3. Dress Well and Appropriately.
Dressing well says "I want to be here and I want to
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here. I couldn't care less if I embarrass you with inap-
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seeing you again."
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This doesn't mean you need to be Ms. Sunshine.
But when you sound and act positively, you create the
impression you are happy with your life. When you
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are unhappy with your life. Who wants to date some-
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Fusion managing director Ken Chartier is saddled with the unenviable task of pumping some air hac k
into the Fusion
Total ConFusion
Continued from page 12
me,” says Cardoza. At home games she dif-
fuses the Afusionados’ baser instincts, while
keeping the police and security guards
at bay.
The present Fusion management publicly
embraces the supporters. “Whether we’ve
been up or down, they’ve been a part of us,”
says Doug Hamilton, who along with Ken
Chartier has been the team’s co-managing
director since April. ‘They certainly make
our environment and our stadium among
the best in the country.”
Despite these sentiments, La Sur de los
Afusionados sometimes continues to feel
like they are the enemy when dealing with
the team’stop brass. Hazleton, who opted
' this year to eschew section 113 for midfield
seats with his wife and two children, says
he has lobbied repeatedly for the Fusion
to identify the west end as the home of
the Afusionados so that fans offended by
the group’s antics would know to sit else-
where. (There’s certainly no dearth of
empty seats.)
“They still haven’t put any disclaimer up,
and it makes the Afusionados look like the
bad guys,” Hazleton says.
Estevez says that he has attempted to
contact Hamilton to discuss how the Afu-
sionados might work with the team but to
no avail. “He’s too busy to talk to the real
fans,” says Estevez. “I’m tired of his mum-
bo jumbo.”
he Afusionados are a tiny sliver
of the Fusion’s fan base, and they
are far from the only people who
have been alienated by Fusion
management. Many people in the soccer
community have been turned
off by the arrogance of the or-
ganization and its unwavering
emphasis on ticket sales above
all else. Instead of attempting to
build long-term relationships
with potential fans through
player appearances, youth
clinics, and other community
events, the Fusion has often
approached people with its
hands out.
David Villano is head of the
Florida Soccer Coaches As.soci-
ation, which has more than 100
members stretching from Key
West to Lake Okeechobee. The
high-school coaches who are
part of the association have dai-
ly contact with thousands of
students with an obvious inter-
est in soccer. In other words,
potential Miami Fusion fans.
In August, Villano faxed a
letter to Fusion management
asking if the team’s coaching
staff would participate in an
October clinic for members of
the association. Despite numerous
follow-up calls, Villano received no
response. He then faxed a second letter to
the organization but still could not get
an answer. Finally, with the clinic fast ap-
preaching, Villano sent a third letter, this
one to recently hired chief operating offi-
cer Betty D’Anjolell.
Villano subsequently met with D’An-
jolell and Craig Tornberg, the team’s then-
director of crowd-building, in September.
“Rather than being conciliatory, she was
downright aggressive and obnoxious,”
says Villano, who coaches at Ransom Ever
glades School in Miami. D’Anjolell’s first
response to the idea of helping out with
the clinic, he says, was, “How much can
you pay us?” Her second response: “How
many tickets can you sell?”
Villano came to the meeting armed with a
list of ideas for how the two organizations
could work together. For example, he sug-
gested sending Fusion players to various
high schools for question-and-answer
sessions. Fusion management’s response to
this idea was a condescending question: Do
you think Dan Marino shows up at birthday
parties for Dolphin fans?
The Fusion coaching staff did eventually
participate in the clinic but only after Villano
went over D’Anjolell’s head and appealed di-
rectly to assistant coach Nick Megaloudis.
“It was the management that seemingly did
everything possible to throw a wrench in
what was an ideal community-outreach
opportunity,” Villano notes.
(D’Anjolell could not be reached for com-
ment for this story.)
14 June 24-30,1999 New Times Broward*Palm Beach

Villano says that the Fusion’s newest
management regime is trying to make
amends for the past troubles. He and an-
other member of the coaches association
met in March with Ken Chartier. As a good-
will gesture, the Fusion recently provided
free tickets to the group’s members and a
space where they could meet before the
start of the soccer match.
It may be too late, however: Only a hand-
ful of coaches showed up for the event. “Ba-
sically, what we’re saying is, the Fusion can’t
give away tickets,” says Villano.
Beyond arrogance, a major cause for the
Fusion’s difficulties in developing a larger
fan base is its revolving door at the man-
agement level. This inconsistency at the
top has been compounded by the team’s
continued reliance on executives from out-
side the area who are not necessarily famil-
iar with the peculiarities of South Florida.
The Fusion has flown in recruits with a
track record of success in other cities but
virtually ignored the serviées of experts in
its-back yard.
Tom Mulroy, for example, a leading soc-
cer consultant who runs the Copa Latina
soccer tournamént each year in Miami-
Dade, has had only fleeting contact with the
organization since its inception. “The atti-
hide was, “We know how to do it, and all you
soccer guys are knuckleheads,”’ says Mul-
roy. “With that attitude they have dug them-
selves a deeper and deeper hole.”
Leo Stillitano, the team’s first general man-
ager, believes he was handicapped from the
start because of the team’s decision to play
its home games in Fort Lauderdale. Rather
than being able to focus on what Stillitano
believes are his strengths — the Hispanic
and international communities — the move
necessitated more of an emphasis on attract
ing suburban soccer families from areas like
Pembroke Pines and Plantation.
Even before Stillitano’s departure, Betty
D’Anjolell was recruited by the Fusion to
bolster fledgling ticket sales and commu-
nity relations. D’Anjolell had previously
worked as executive vice president with
D.C. United. When Stillitano resigned in
September, D’Anjolell became the team’s
top executive. But at the end of March, as
the Fusion’s second season was getting un-
der way with attendance still alarmingly
low, D’Anjolell also resigned.
Hamilton and Chartier are the latest soc-
cer executives to arrive in South Florida.
Both worked- at Adidas and then at CC&C
Management, Chartier’s marketing compa-
ny in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Hamil-
ton is the full-time managing director of the
club, while Chartier splits his time between
Fort Lauderdale and Myrtle Beach.
Both men acknowledge that the Fusion
has alienated potential fans in the past but
are loath to point a finger at anyone in par-
ticular. They note that it takes time to build a
successful professional sports franchise,
particularly in South Florida, where base
ball, basketball, and hockey teams have all
set up camp within the last decade..The
sports market will soon be stretched thinner
with the arrival of a women’s professional
basketball team next year.
“We have not done a good-enough job
in the last year and a half of becoming a
part of the fabric of South Florida soccer,”
says Hamilton.
Chartier says that he does not consider
being from out of town a liability. “I may not
be from South Florida, but I’m part of the
soccer family,” Chartier notes, rattling off
the names of people he’s long known in the
South Florida soccer world, such as Mulroy,
Rodger, and FIU coach Kremser. Hamilton
and Chartier often echo the language of the
team’s critics. “It’s one thing to ask some-
body to buy a ticket,” says Chartier. “It’s an-
other to say, ‘How can we help you?”’
Even if Chartier and Hamilton have the
wherewithal and marketing savvy to turn
the franchise around, it is unclear whether
they will be given the free rein to do so.
Stillitano notes that even though he was
the top executive at the Fusion during his
tenure, ultimate decision-making power
rested with Kenneth Horowitz, the team’s
main financial backer. For example, Stilli-
tano says, in the earliest days of the fran-
chise, he pushed for Ivo Wortmann to be
appointed the team’s head coach. Horo-
witz, however, went with his own choice,
Carlos “Cacho” Cordoba. Cordoba lasted
just four months, compiling a record of
8-11. Wortmann replaced him in July.
“In the end Horowitz had the final say,”
says Stillitano. “In professional sports own-
ers always have the final say.”
Kick! editor Jamie Trecker and others
say that Horowitz’s soccer inexperience
(he made his money in the cellular tele-
phone business) does not bode well for the
team’s future. “You’ve got ownership who
clearly don’t know what they’re doing,”
Trecker says.
(Horowitz declined to be interviewed for
this article.)
Adds Rodger, who worked as a consultant
for the team when it was just getting off the
ground: “You’ve got a non-soccer person
that has been very successful in all his busi-
ness endeavors, and all of sudden he is not
having success — so panic has taken over.”
â–  he debilitating problems of the
Fusion are not unknown to the
MLS at large. In its fourth year of
operation* MLS continues to he-
morrhage money — about $60 million in its
first three years — and to struggle to fill the
stands. It has made great strides in some
cities, like Columbus, where a brand-new,
soccer-only stadium has energized fans. But
it has faltered in others, including Los Ange-
les, where attendance dropped off dramati-
cally this year.
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El Pibe! Carlos Valderrania's magic feet once set up goals for the Fusion, and his notorious
hair put people in the seats
Total ConFusion
Continued from page 15
The league has tweaked the international
game of football in hopes of making it more
palatable to American sportsians. In the be-
lief that Americans cannot handle the ambi-
guity of .a tie, MLS instituted a shootout. If a
game is. deadlocked at the end of regulation,
each team gets five attempts to score from
35 yards out. MLS Teams get three points
for a flat-out victory but just one point for a
shootout win.
MLS also instituted a multiround playoff
system that is closer in format to American
sports leagues than to other soccer leagues
— where titles are usually won solely
through regular-season contests. And un-
like soccer matches all over the world, in
which the official game time is known only
to the referee on the field, MLS keeps a
running scoreboard clock.
According to the league, this brand of soc-
cer is of the “entertaining, young, hip, and
cool variety.” But the end result of these
changes has been to alienate some ardent
soccer fans while making only modest in-
roads in attracting the generic American
sports enthusiast.
Despite MLS’ best efforts to American-
ize football, the league is quite different in
its business operations from the National
Football League or Major League Baseball.
In part because of the MLS’ infancy, power
rests firmly with the league itself. Fusion
investor Horowitz and his fellow MLS
financial backers do not actually own their
franchises. Instead what these investors
are purchasing is a chunk of the league it-
self — in Horowitz’s case a $20 million
stake. Because of this arrangement, the-
MLS — in particular its commissioner
Doug Logan — holds extraordinary pow-
ers. The commissioner is often referred to
by fans as “God Logan.”
Player contracts bind individuals to the
league rather than to an individual team,
with paychecks ranging from a paltry
$24,000 a year up to $247,000. Some extraor-
dinary players (in notoriety if not always
skill) — such as Carlos Valderrama and
Kansas City Wizards defender Alexi Lalas
— receive additional money through mar-
keting deals orchestrated by MLS.
The Valderrama debacle is an apt ¡Ilustra-
tion of the leagued control over individual
franchises. When the Fusion failed to find
a solution to the player-coach standoff in
April, the MLS imposed one: Valderrama
was unilaterally “reassigned” to the Tampa
Bay Mutiny. Partly as compensation for
the loss of Valderrama, the Fusion received
three players via trade earlier this month:
defender Arley Palacios and forwards Eric
Wynalda and Welton. All will undoubtedly
help the team (Welton and Palacios have
started every game since the trade; Wy-
nalda is out with an injury until at least Au-
gust), but they lack the star power of Valder-
rama and his shock of hair to draw fans to
the stadium.
t is about 6:30 p.m. on the first day
of May, and 25 Afusionados are
gathered in front of Raymond
James Stadium in Tampa Bay. They
are clad mostly in sky blue and yellow jer-
seys and shirts. They are singing — as
they have throughout the five-hour bus
ride from Fort Lauderdale.
“¡Pibe concha tu madre!” the group
screams joyously, jumping up and down in
time to the thumping pulse of the drum,
faces aglow with the faux exuberance of
alcohol and adrenaline. “¡Pibe concha tu
madre! ¡Pibe concha tu madre!”
The arriving Tampa Bay Mutiny fans
look on with a mixture of bemusement
and incomprehension.
“El Pibe” (The Kid), of course, is Carlos
Valderrama, who until just two weeks earlier
was the best-known player ever to don a Fu-
sion jersey.
The rest of the phrase translates — rough-
ly — as “motherfucker.” It is to be repeated
throughout the evening’s contest, along
with the equally profane “Pibe maricón”
(queer) and various chants involving some
combination of Pibe and puta , or whore.
“Pibe concha tu madre!”
Welcome back to Tampa Bay, El Pibe!
El Pibe was supposed to be the aging
marquee player around whom the Fusion
would build its future. The 37-year-old,
three-time World Cup participant is one of
the most notorious players in the world.
He was transferred from Tampa Bay to
Miami two years ago in hopes of jump
starting the expansion team. “Every time
he touched the ball, there was a sense of
magic, a sense of expectation in the crowd,”
recalls Ray Hudson.
Valderrama, however, never clicked with
Coach Wortmann. The two battled publicly
last year over the team’s style of play and
Valderrama’s supposed lack of enthusiasm
for defense. Their differences were sup-
posedly put aside last season but then
quickly resurfaced this year. Wortmann
believed that the play of the entire team
was being disrupted by El Pibe’s presence.
The end result was Wortmann declaring,
in essence, that Valderrama would never
play for him again.
Wortmann no longer wishes to discuss
the blowup, cutting off a reporter before he
cart finish the question after a recent week-
day practice. “This is over,” says Wort-
mann. ‘We are not missing him. I respect
Carlos. He’s a great player, but this is not
our problem. We are not missing Carlos.”
But ifsTiard to underestimate the impor-
tance of El Pibe in the public’s perception
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team’s ability to sell tickets. Valderrama’s *
picture appears 12 times in the Fusion’s
media guide, more than twice as often as
any other player. On the proclamation for
“Miami Fusion Day” in Fort Lauderdale,
which hangs on the wall of the team’s
offices, one of the whereases listed is that
has allowed a goal before ten minutes have
elapsed on the clock. Against New Eng-
land the team gave up a goal just 22 sec-
onds into the game — a record for futility.
The second goal by the Mutiny, 28 min-
utes into the first half, leaves the Afusiona-
dos silent — for a few minutes. It is particu-
larly devastating because Valderrama gets
the assist, delivering a delicate through-ball
to Jefferson Gottardi.
High on the Fusion? The Afusionados pound away in vain.
Valderrama plays for the Fusion — the only
player mentioned. At Sports Authority on
North Federal Highway, the soccer section
is dominated by a life-size picture of El Pibe
in his Fusion jersey.
If driving out Valderrama was, in itself, a
questionable move, there is no doubt that
the way it was handled by the Fusion was
abominable. Wortmann obviously knew
throughout the off-season — from October
until March — that he did not want to
mold the team around El Pibe. Yet instead
of dealing with the,situation then, Wort-
mann and company waited until tensions
The highlights of the match (from an Afu-
sionado standpoint) come in quick sue-
cession. Valderrama is tossed from the
game for a hard tackle from behind on
Henry Gutierrezr
“¡Pibe concha tu madre!”
Then the Fusion actually scores a goal, a
diving header by Serna. Shortly afterward,
two of the Afusionados are escorted out of
the stadium by Tampa Bay police for hurl-
ing beer at the linesman after what was
deemed a particularly egregious call.
“Every fucking time we go to Tampa Bay, at
least two people get thrown out,” Estevez
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forced to intervene.
Rodger says he now uses the Valderrama
debacle in marketing lectures as an example
of how not to run a team. “It’s probably the
worst thing I’ve seen handled in my life,” he
says. ‘You just don’t treat a player of Valder-
rama’s caliber the way they treated him.”
The Fusion’s first trip to Tampa Bay fol-
lowing the trade does little to change this
perception. Despite the vocal support of
the Afusionados, the Fusion goes down
meekly. Just nine minutes into the match,
Tampa Bay forward Musa Shannon knocks
home a header. The Fusion is used to early
deficits: Five times this season, the Fusion
sáys later. The Fusion loses, 2-1. In the en-
suing weeks the team will split two more
games with Tampa Bay.
The bus ride home goes no better than
the Fusion’s season. By 2:30 a.m., the 25
Afusionados are wandering the parking lot
of a 7-Eleven somewhere near Fort Myers.
The desecrated husk of a tire lies next to the
bus, having blown out along the highway. A
rangy, blond-haired guy from Fort Myers
Travel Plaza is working a lug wrench.
It will be a long ride home.
But not as long as the Fusion’s season. CQ
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Paul_Demko@newtimesbpb.com
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Holy,” and covers Peter Tosh’s “Legalize
It” The band performs at 8 p.m. tonight at
the Pompano Beach Amphitheatre, 1801
NE Sixth St, Pompano Beach. Tickets cost
$22.50 and $25. Call 954-946-2402.
When seventh-century B.C poet Sappho
fashioned erotic lyric poems, for the
women she nurtured and loved—scenes,
for example, of girls lying on plush mats
pouring myrrh on each other—her verse
was celebrated among scholars as sub-
lime. The ancient Greeks obviously didn’t
have hang-ups about homoerotic love,
hang-ups that led later societies to outlaw
same-sexsex.
• • By the 1960s homosexuality wasn’t
illegal in much of the United SMes, hut
even in a metropolitan cite like bill
York, gays were getting hassled. In
1969 a small group til gays, lesbians,
and transgenderusts in Greenwich
Village fed up witir perpetual, often-
violent police harassment — fought
back by chanting and throwing stones
and bottles. The Stonewall Riots are be-
lieved to be the beginning of the Gay
Rights Movement
computer. For me it’s more fun to make
fee stuff up first and check facts later.” !i
Wolman began her career by check-
pgipfacte first freelancing for dozens
of magazines, including The Advocate.
;áhe also taught writing for 13 yearsh|
Los Angeles, where she earned her
master’s in professional writing
the University of Southern California
School of Journalism.
She moved to Fort Lauderdale i&bm
Phoenix last year after purchasing a car
and heading out a la Jack Kerouac on a
quest to decide where she wanted to
live. '1 was looking for a smaller and
friendlier city,” she recalls, “a city with-
out earthquakes.”
Wolman confesses to having “no idea”
what stories she’ll draw from at any giv-
en reading but lets on that she often
closes with a ritual scene from herhovel-
The Delray Beach Playhouse may be doing
more harm than good by hosting a Special
Singles Night Performance of Murder at the
Howard Johnson's — or it may be doing sin-
gles a favor. The play revolves around Ar-
lene, an underappreciated wife, Paul, her
used-car salesman husband, and the cou-
pie’s dentist, Mitchell. Looking for atten-
tion, Arlene allows herself to be seduced by
Mitchell, who considers himself something
of an orthodontic Don Juan. Once the affair
is under way, Arlene decides she doesn’t
want to hurt Paul hy asking for a divorce,
so she and Mitchell agree to kill him. Paul
has a similar plan for ending the adulterous
affair. After seeing the show, singles
who were eyeing each other at the
k 7 p.m. wine reception beforehand
might have second thoughts about
I marriage and just how life-threatening
it can be. But at least they will have en-
joyed a fast-paced, slapstick comedy
filled with sight gags. The play, which
I begins at 8 p.m., runs through Sun-
I day at the playhouse, located at 950
NW Ninth St., Delray Beach. Admis-
I sion is $15. Call 561-278-3523.
Seattle doesn’t exactly come to mind when
you think of belly-dancing, probably be-
cause the undulating stomach movements
and barefoot dance steps can’t be seen un-
der raincoats, flannel shirts, and rubber
boots. Nonetheless, the star attraction at
tonight’s Belly Dance Gala Show — which
is part of this weekend’s Belly Dance Conven-
tion in Hollywood — is Delilah, a renowned
belly dancer from Seattle. At least she’s
renowned among aspiring belly dancers,
who buy her instructional videos and flock
from around the world each January to her
ten-day belly dance blowout in Hawaii.
Delilah will perform tonight at 7 p.m. along
with Kalina, a hula dancer and instructor
from Largo, Florida, and a harem of local
belly dancers. Tickets for the show cost
$10. Delilah and Kalina will conduct semi-
nars through Sunday for $50 per day, and
belly dance costumes, jewelry, and acces-
sories áre for sale at the convention. The
show and convention take place at the
Italian-American Club, 700 S. Dixie Hwy.,
Hollywood. Call 954-929-7155.
; Lauderdale, named tor the infamous iri¡ ■
cidents, draw^f^fel^p^pfontix to-a
close in a more padfistic fashion with a
benefit reading and discussion by local
fiction-writer Karen Dais Wolman. The
library, run by a small group of devoted
volunteers, boastsftelargest collection
of gay and lesbian literature in the
- southeátenji^^^^^fl
“I wanted to 3o a benefit for a small
gay organization, and I have more time
than money togive,” Wolman states
modestly, although all of the door pro-
ceeds and half of her book-sale revenue
? lrom the event will go to the library
; Alesbian wftter difihg a benefit for a
gay library is certainly no stretch, and
not unlike Sappho’s-yíise^müch olWbl-»
man’s wor^pi^^^^oundmtefiiifeiif 1 :"
and complex women seeking to uiuleil
stand themselves, each other, and love.
Wolman’s first novel, Rites of First
Blood, spins the tale of an American
doctor named Sara — a lesbian, of
course — whose journey into the Ama-
zon jungle begins as a quest for alterna-
five medicines and ends in a love affair
with Olani, the shaman of a legendary
, matriarchal tribe. “She closed her eyés
te Olani’s touch,” Wolman writes, "“and:
images of Amazon women, Greek
women, Onasaki .women, warrior
women who did not.need men ran
through-h^niW.jj§
Originally from ^Méens, New York,
Wolman partially credits her ideas for
the fictional Onasaki tribe to undergrad
anthropology classes at Queens Col- r
lege. She’s quick to point out, though,
that the imagination serves a writer
best as a thing of mystery. “I don’t want
to question too closely, where my ideas
come from, I don’t want to know what’s
going to happen in my work. If I knew, I
would have no reason to turn on my
When your biggest hit songs are
covers, why mess with the formula?
Britain’s UB40 has perfected the art of
transmogrifying pop tunes into reggae-
Inflected hits. The group has had some
success in its homeland with albums of
" originals since it formed in 1978, but is
best known in these, the former Eng-
lish colonies, for its syncopated render-
ing of Neil Diamond’s “Red Red Wine,”
which became a U.S. hit in the late ’80s.
The song actually appeared on 1983’s
Labour of Love, the band’s first all-covers
album, but the Diamond-penned tune didn’t
become a number one hit in the States until
1988, when a Phoenix radio station added it
to their playlist and other stations followed
suit. The next covers collection, Labour of
Love II (1989), climbed to No. 6 on the U.S.
charts on-the strength of the single “The
Way You Do the Things You Do,” the
reggaefied version of the Temptations’ hit.
On the band’s third all-covers outing,
Labour of Love III, released last year, UB40
revisits another Diamond tune, “Holly
German artist Barbara Pflanz-Nagasawa
is known for her multimedia collages and
paintings, but the exhibition “Figuratively
Speaking,” which concludes today at the Mu-
seum of Contemporary Art (601 Lake Ave.,
Lake Worth), features a series of her
anatomically correct drawings and paint-
ings of human figures. Starting with a
sketch of a model, she creates the finished
image by adding charcoal, ink, watercolor,
pastel, and/or tempera to the canvas, par-
tially erasing or covering one layer with an-
other. Deciphering the anatomical correct-
ness, therefore, takes a little squinting. For
example, it’s hard to tell if the figure in the
watercolor-and-charcoal piece Let’s Go
Dancing is endowed with an exceptionally
long, pointy phallus, or whether that’s a
horn protruding from its belly. Decide for
yourself. Admission is $2. Call 561-582-0006
for more information.
dose their eyes and follow her voice as
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diness of a Brazilian rain forest
. “People trout me enough to dHHflH
says Wolman. “Sometimes 1 have to ask
them to open their eyes when the read-
fog's over. Ifs the best compliment 1 can
receive as a writer. 1 care more about
that than selling books.” - Emma Tralles
1164 Oakland Park Blvd., Sts. 3(H), Fort Laud-
erdale. The benefit will take place at 7 p.m.
Library, 100 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale.
Admission is $10. Call 954-561-1982.
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Contemporary art in Lake Worth
poem by Bob Shacochis’ dog, Frank, cón-
sists entirely of this brilliant line: “Leaves—
I thought they were birds.” The cast of
Sylvia will give a benefit reading of the book
tonight at 7:30 to raise money for the Tri-
County Humane Society. Several canines
will be present and available for adoption —
though they won’t be reading. The Caldwell
is located at 7873 N. Federal Hwy. in Boca
Raton. Tickets cost $10. Call 561-241-7432.
In the play Sylvia, which is being staged by
the Caldwell Theatre Company, the title
character is — get this — a talking dog.
And Sylvia’s owner has to decide whether
to send the aging dog to a farm or let her re-
main in the city. Sylvia, of course, has plenty
to say about the issue, and when Sylvia pro-
ducer Kenneth Kay and his wife, Kim Co-
zort, who plays Sylvia, were shopping for
dog-related gifts for the rest of the cast,
they stumbled upon a book purportedly
written by dogs. Unleashed: Poems by Writers'
Dogs, infcludes works created by the pets of
literary luminaries such as John Irving, Ed-
ward Albee, and Roy Blount, Jr. “Wind,” a
Remember when a bankrupt Chrysler
made a comeback under Lee Iacocca in the
early ’80s? If you do, Bob Edelson of Miami is
at least partly responsible. At the time he
was in the advertising biz in New York City
and helped make Iacocca a household
name. Edelson retired in 1985, after 30
years in advertising, to work full-time at his
first love, photography. Turns out he was
good at that, too. He split his time between
New York and Miami Beach, shooting
award-winning photos of SoHo as New
York’s once-neglected industrial slum trans-
formed into an artists’ enclave. He also doc-
umented Miami Beach’s turnaround as the
dty revitalized its Art Deco neighborhoods.
Edelson’s pictures ended up in major art
shows, and his third book, Hew American
Street Art, includes photographs of impres-
sive graffiti murals. In fact, one reason he
put the book together was to show that
graffiti is more than just scrawled gang
signs. Edelson recognizes imaginative “tag-
ging” with a two-page spread that features a
wall full of vividly colored, spray-painted
insignias in downtown Miami by MSG,
named Best Graffiti Crew in this paper’s
“Best of 1998” issue. Edelson appears
at 7:30 p.m. at Borders, 12171W. Sunrise
Blvd., Plantation. Admission is free.
Call 954-723-9595.
Back in early 1998, Clarence Clemons, the
former saxman in Bruce
Springsteen’s E Street
Band and a Singer Island
resident, was holding
court a couple nights per
week at clubs in West
Palm Beach and Holly-
wood, where he let local
musicians jam with him
on stage. Update: Bruce
has since reconvened the
E Streeters for his cur-
rent tour. But the Boss
has given the Big Man
a little time off, and Clem-
ons and his own sextet,
the Band of Faith, will play
shows today and July 7 at
Monkeyclub (219 Clematis
St, West Palm Beach). The band — which
includes guitarist Billy Livesay, bassist
Steve Argy, violinist Randi Fishenfeld, key-
boardist Paul Pettitt, and drummer Keith
Cronin — lays down grooves featuring
funk, soulful blues, jazz, and rock ’n’ roll
every Wednesday at thexlub, and Clemons
adds his distinctive horn to the mix when-
ever he’s in town. Sets begin at 9 and
11 pm. Cover is $10. Call 561-833-6500.
BY JOHN FERRI
Wright Slv|H
I )onald Singer was working ou another j
ho-hum losi-iuch project for oik n1j^|
architecture i lapses .it tin
1 lorida m Gaim'tille when he came
iftross drawings by Frank I.loycf¡pi|j^i|
(1869-Í959;, tile Ametic.tr, architect
whose use of natural forms in design had
a huge influence on model ri architecture
, “I'm the fii'i lime. I saw how aichitoc-
ture could be passionate and how archi-
trclui e could
ment and to humanity,” Singer recalls. “It
was something that moved me.”
It moved him so muc h that (he following
summer, in 1958, Singer made a pilgrim-
age to Taliesin West Wright’s Arizona
home. “It was an epiphany,” Singer says,
gfhe sense of pl jjjj eneratied by the build-
ing and the way Wright had integrated it,
mto the siityiphding landscape further in-
spired him.
In a black-and-white photograph tak-
en during the trip, there’s a spark is the
then-19-year-old Singer’s eyes. The shot,
which features him standing on Wright’s
property next to a tall gatepost that it'
sembles a cactus, is on display in "The
Architecture of Donald Singar, 19B4-1999:
An Exhibition” at the Broward County Mam
library in Fort Lauderdale.
Singer grew up in Broward County and
has been designing homes and commer-
cial buildings here his entire career. His j
work is more modern and modular than
ideas
about nature at e r’s
structures. Evéfi.bJ^BMB <8$6bvéiíy SÉ)
Wright’s principles, though. Singer found
cbltódhiBi, I buildings | got cov-
they
were no longer of interest tome,” he says,
like to see what’s real,”
Singer often uses wooden beams and
un-
adorned. The simple beauty of such con-
struction was reco^^®|||^^tóÍ|f|
‘ chapterO fthe American lnstitaite of
Architecture, which gave Singer
the Award of Excellence for the
signed for prominent Miami
dentist and businessman Larry
Brody. The home’s exposed ma-
sonry and beams ira me large
views of the Miami skyline
Pri lnnin.tr j^|pÍ||pÉÍigP|
photographs of the completed
bition along with sketches, mod-
r els, and pictures oí many of
f!P^ftpihpi|d<’fimlne proj-
eels Despite the retrospective
ra^pfthe show. Singer’s career
lorn over The gleam in the eyc|H
teenage architect 1 ire student
[hasn’t dimmed. Tm still passionate,” he j
â–  JohnFerri : 'C
Donald Singer, 1964-1899: An Exhibition" «41
take place tit 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 29, In the
Bienes Center Fortin Literary Arte, Broward
County Main Library, 6th Fir., 1(H) S. Andrews
Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Admission is free,
gill 954357-8892. j
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Items must be received ten days prior to date of issue.
Thursday, June 24
AIDS Quilt Workshop: Every Thu, panels are added to
the Names Project Memorial Quilt, which
commemorates the lives of those who have died
frójm AIDS. Free. 6:30-9:30 pm. Center One, 2817
E Oakland Park Blvd, Sté 200, Fort Lauderdale,
954=5874111, ext 410.
American Putting Classic: Today-Fri, golfers take on
ail 18-hole putting challenge. Free. 10:30 am-9 pm.
Broward Mall, University Drive and Broward
Boulevard, Plantation, 954-473-9362.
Anything Goes Open Mic: Weekly Thu event features—
entertainers of all types on stage doing their best
routines for audiences inside and outside the shop,.
Free. 8:30 pm. Warchaus-57,1904B Hollywood
Blvd, Hollywood, 954-926-6633.
Ballroom Dancing: Dancing in a lavish ballroom
every Thu, Sat, and Wed. $7; 7:30 pm. Gold Coast
Ballroom, 1415 Lyons Rd, Coconut Creek,
954-979-0770.'
Meet Me on the Riverwalk: Weekly 'Thu event lets the
public stroll along the New River as they peruse
the works of some ofSouth Florida’s finest artists.
Free. 4-9 pm. Las Olas Riverfront, 300 SW 1st Ave,
Fort Lauderdale; 954463-6575.
Revolt of the Geishas: The event is a tasting of Asian
drinks and cuisine for single professionals in their _
20s to 40s, Free admission. 7-10 pm. Red Bowl Rice
& Noodle Co., Powerline and Palmetto Park roads,,
Boca Raton, 561-394-6699.
Single Gourmet Group regularly holds two to three
weekly gatherings at fine-dining restaurants in
Broward and Palm Beach counties for dinner and
conversation. Call 954-723-9608 or 561470-1896 for
locations, dates, and cost.
Sunset Celebration: The weekly event features 35 fs
artists displaying their wares along the sea wall at
Sailfish Marina as strolling musicians entertain,
plus food concessions and viewing at the “Feed the
Fish” sea-wall aquarium. Free. 6-9 pm. Sailfish
Marina and Resort, 98 Lake Dr, Palm Beach
Shores,'8004464577.
Symphony of Stars'. More than a dozen favorite
movie themes play while laser lights dance around
the planetarium dome during daily shows. 54-86.50.
3 pm. South Florida Science Museum, 4801 Dreher
Trl N, West Palm Beach, 561-832-1988, ext 0.
Friday, June 25
American Putting Classic: See Thu.
Brown Bag in the City: Diners bring their .meals
outside and enjoy music during lunchtime eoncert
series, and local restaurants offer $5 take-out
specials. Free. 11:30 am-l:30pm. Centennial
Square, downtown West Palm Beach,
561-659-8007. *
Drumming and Healing: Native American drumming
circle meets every Fri. Free. 8 pm. Palm Beach
Center For Living, 321 Northlake Blvd, North
Palm Beach, 561-845-8441.
Intuitive Arts and Healing Festival: Tarot readings,
palmistry, rune stones, chair massage, allergy
testing, graphology, psychic .readings, and
astrology are among the events at the fest. Free
admission (cost per reading). 6-10 pm. LifeWorks
Enrichment Center, 3200 N Federal Hwy, Ste 225,
Boca Raton, 561-391-9280.
Islands in a Sea of Night: The educational
planetarium show, which runs Fri-Sun through
Jun 27, explores the mysteries of the Milky Way
and other galaxies, including quasars, radio
galaxies, black holes, and globular dusters. $5.
7 pm. Buehler Planetarium, Broward Community
College Central Campus, 3501 SW Davie Rd,
Davie, 954475-6680. .
Laser Concerts: Laser lights flash on the
planetarium dome while a soundtrack of the Doors
and Jimi Hendrix (9 pm) or Pink Floyd (10 and
11:30 pm) plays today-Sun. $6.50. South Florida
Science Museum, 4801 DreherTrl N, West Palm
Beach, 561=832-1988, extO.
Laser Country: Country favorites by Randy Travis,
Trisha Yearwood, Reba McEntire, George Strait,
Garth Brooks and others play while lasers bounce
off the planetarium dome every Fri-Sun. $4.4 pm.
South Florida Science Museum, 4801 Dreher
Trl N, West Palm Beach, 561-832-1988, ext 0.
Make-AWish Foundation's First Annual Bachelor/
Bachelorette Auction: Eligible guys and gals are
auctioned off and the proceeds benefit the foundation,
which grants the wishes ofterminally ill kids. $10.
6 pm. Café Iguana, BeachPlacé, 17 S Atlantic Blvd,
Fort Lauderdale, 954-763-7222.
Singles Dance: The dance is hosted by the Single
Christian Social Club and open to everyone. $9.
8:30 pm. Boca Marriott, 5150 Town Center Circle,
Boca Raton, 954755-7727-
Summer Movie Camp: June is John Waters month at
the weekly Fri-Sat event for adults, and Pecker is
the film for this week. $4.50.11 pm. Gateway
Cinema 4,1820 E Sunrise Blvd, Fort Lauderdale,
954-763-7994.
Symphony of Stars: See Thu,
Winetasting: Held every week in the specialty
department On Fri-Sat. Free.. 4-7 pm. Bread of Life
Whole Foods Market, 3565 ÑE 207th St, Aventura,
305-933-1543. |
Saturday, June 26
Antique Festival Under the Oaks: Proceeds from the
Sale today-Sun benefit the American Diabetes
Association. $2.50 plus park admission. 10-5 pm.
Topeekeegee Yugnee Park, 3300 N Park Rd,
Hollywood, 954-561-5792.
Ballroom Dancing: See Thu.
Boca Raton Mini Green Market: The market has
scaled down for the summer months, but still
features fresh local produce, plants, prepared
foods, and arts and crafts every Sat. Free. 9 am-
1 pm. SE 1st Avenue next to Royal Palm Plaza,
Federal Highway between Palmetto Park Road
and Camino Reíd, Boca Raton, 561-393-7806, ext 2.
Dolphin Daze Antiques and Collector Fair: Old
valuables are on display and for sale today-Sun.
$4.50.10 am-5 pm. War Memorial Auditorium, 800
NE 8th St, Fort Lauderdale, 954-761-5380. .
Gay Pride Parade: Participants bring Gay Pride
Month to a close with the parade of floats and
marchers, which begins at DDA Plaza (Las Olas
Boulevard and Andrews Avenue, downtown Fort
Lauderdale), heads east on Las Olas to SE 8th
Avenue, then turns north and continues to
Broward Boulevard before heading north again on
Federal Highway to Holiday Park (at Sunrise
Boulevard), where a short rally will conclude the
parade. Free. 5:30 p